Facts & figures
The Master of Agriculture and Environment trains you to solve the big challenges in the world: food security, climate change, and management of carbon, water and the environment.
With lots of professional experience in the lab and out in the field, you’ll be ready to contribute to a booming sector that generates over $150 billion a year in production, contributes around 16% of Australia's export earnings, and tackles the biggest global issues of our time.
"By studying agriculture and environment at a postgraduate level, students gain knowledge and skills in crops, soil, climate and environmental science and economics in order to understand existing natural and managed systems," explains
"Graduates apply their knowledge in creative ways to make changes and evaluate the effects of these changes on the future of agriculture and the planet."
Within our Master of Agriculture and Environment you will be innovatively addressing modern-day problems, while also honing your skills in project management, communication and cross-disciplinary thinking. At the masters level, students undertake a research project as part of their studies.
You can choose from a range of specialisations depending on where your interests lie, including Agricultural and Environmental Economics, Agricultural and Environmental Technologies and Horticultural Technologies.
Importantly, the course gives you lots of hands-on experience, which helps to make you highly sought-after by employers in both the public and private sectors.
Your studies will be bolstered by state-of-the-art facilities that are among the best in Australia. These include:
Opportunities for skilled graduates are in growing fields such as:
Our graduates are employed in a range of industries including: