Bachelor of Economics (International Agricultural Business)

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  • Tuition fee AUS $22,000 a year
  • Start Date of Studies 27-Jul
  • Programme Alternatives full-time
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  • Programme Description This program aims to educate future decision-makers in global agricultural markets and provides both the general and specialist skills necessary to succeed. The program contains core studies in accounting, agricultural business, economics, finance, law, and marketing. Considerable choice is available in the areas of economics and agribusiness studied at second and third year, including Australian and international agribusiness, and development and international economics. Students use computer software to explore how some of the country's most important corporations manage, distribute and market primary and processed farm products including wine, seafood, horticultural goods, grains and livestock products. Courses in humanities, social sciences, science, mathematical and computer science and commerce may also be included in the degree program.

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