Charles Sturt University
CSU’s Bachelor of Agriculture equips you with the knowledge, skills and experience to be an asset to agricultural industries. The foundation you gain in science will be drawn on to build an understanding of management and integration of agricultural issues.
The School of Agricultural and Wine Sciences has long been considered a world leader in agricultural education. Our dedicated teaching staff have strong research backgrounds and extensive experience.
Developed in collaboration with industry to ensure that students gain the most contemporary agricultural education, the degree combines current knowledge with the best available technology.
During residential schools at the Wagga Wagga campus, you will build your practical skills, forge connections with academic staff and fellow students, and benefit from CSU’s relationships with industry.
CSU’s School of Agricultural and Wine Sciences is located in some of the most productive regions of south-eastern Australia. You’ll have access to some of Australia’s best agricultural teaching and research facilities, including:
extensive and diverse farming facilities on a 1400ha university farm incorporating precision agriculture technologies
the most sophisticated underground root growth laboratory (drainage lysimeter) in the Southern Hemisphere
mixed farms and agricultural research institutions –
modern laboratories and glasshouse facilities
university sheep and cattle herds and animal handling facilities
extensive computer facilities
strong links with the Wagga Wagga Agricultural Institute, located on campus.
|CRICOS Code||For the course code, kindly refer to the university website.|
|Institution Name||Charles Sturt University|
|Campus Location||No on campus study,Online|
|Course Duration||Full-time 3.0 years (6.0 sessions) Part-time 6.0 years (12.0 sessions)|
|Course University||Charles Sturt University|
We believe wisdom transforms communities. With tenacity, we help to shape resilient, sustainable regions for the future. Acknowledging the culture and insight of Indigenous Australians, our ethos is clearly described by the Wiradjuri phrase, yindyamarra winhanganha, meaning the wisdom of respectfully knowing how to live well in a world worth living in.