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The Bachelor of Agricultural Production and Management has been developed by the University of New England (UNE) and commenced in February 2014 and is now taking enrolments for the 2018 academic year. This program provides an integrated Vocational Education and Training (VET) and higher education degree for people who are looking to start or progress their career in agricultural production and management.

This course provides exit points at Diploma, Advanced Diploma, Associate Degree and Degree after three years of full-time study. By completing the Bachelor of Agricultural Production and Management, you will have attained national competencies in agricultural production, farm management, leadership and communication, with university units in agricultural science and systems management.

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UNE Bachelor of Agricultural Production and Management

In this short vid, Dr Janelle Wilkes gives us the lowdown on the new Bachelor of Agricultural Production and Management. It's a unique course that combines vocational and university units, and you can do it even without completing Year 12. It's extremely flexible, with multiple pathways, and you can do it on-campus or online, part-time or full-time. It's the Bachelor course that rewards your existing real-world experience. Learn more at une.edu.au/agproduction

Posted by UNE Agriculture on Wednesday, September 27, 2017



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