Agricultural Science Courses
CSU's Bachelor of Agriculture equips you with the knowledge, skills and experience to be an asset to agricultural industries.
This degree will equip you to explore the interconnections between food security, agriculture and the environment, social stability, health, plants and animals, and the sustainable use of resources.
CSU's Bachelor of Agricultural Science is science-based and has a focus on practical issues facing farmers, agribusiness and the environment.
CSU's Bachelor of Environmental Science and Management provides you with the skills and knowledge in the physical, biological and social sciences needed to restore damaged environments and create healthy and resilient ecosystems.
Through the study of agricultural and resource economics you will gain an understanding of the key challenges and trade-offs confronting business, government and the community at large.
This combined program provides the opportunity to study in areas such as animal production systems and products, crop and pasture management, animal health and welfare, feedlot management, cotton crop protection, grains crop protection, poultry and sheep production, business information technology, micro and macroeconomics, economic perspectives of environment and food, farm and resource management, agribusiness marketing, commodity markets and banking and finance.
LLB component: This course equips students with the skills needed to ensure the ongoing currency of their legal knowledge, appreciate law as a tool for social justice, and have an understanding that law is a dynamic discipline.