Careers and further study
This major opens up a world of future study pathways and career options.
The Agricultural Technology major trains you with the scientific and problem-solving abilities required for the many career opportunities in agriculture including (but not limited to):
- 'AgTech'/digital agriculture
- Precision Agriculture
- Agricultural Research
Graduates can further their studies by taking a master’s degree in:
Master of Agricultural Science
Fees and scholarships
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The University of Western Australia welcomes applications from international and domestic school-leavers, mature-age applicants and those with previous tertiary study. If you’re interested in studying this major, find out the admission details below.
Minimum entry requirements
This major requires a certain level of Mathematics. If you do not meet this level, you may be able to take additional Mathematics units in your first year to satisfy this requirement.
WACE prerequisite: Mathematics Methods ATAR
How to apply
About the course
- Available 2021
- Perth (Crawley campus)
- Albany (Regional campus)
- Semester 1, Semester 2
- 3 years (BSc), 4 years (BSc[Hons])
Why study this course
- Agricultural technology ('AgTech') is rapidly developing and there is a high demand for skilled graduates in this area
- UWA aims to make a contribution to sustainable food production
- UWA is ranked 1st in Australia for Agricultural Sciences (ARWU 2019)
You'll learn to
- integrate agricultural knowledge with skills in geographic information systems (GIS), programming and data analysis, to guide decision making for improved agricultural productivity
- be a critical thinker who is scientifically skilled and able to address global challenges such as climate change and increasing demand for food and fibre
- show knowledge of farming in Western Australia and skills to assess agricultural systems using scientific methods
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