Masters Degrees in Agriculture

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We have 252 Masters Degrees in Agriculture

Masters degrees in Agriculture explore the understanding and management of farmland, forestry, fisheries and livestock. They focus on a wide range of specialist topics, from commerce and technology to sustainability and zoology.

These courses can be taught or research-based, with many drawing on existing undergraduate science qualifications. MBAs are also available in specific specialisms such as food production and agricultural management

Why study a Masters in Agriculture?

Practical applications for degrees in this subject area are very diverse. Obvious career choices include agricultural food and resource production, but even here there are a range of options for professional specialisation. You might end up working for a global agribusiness firm, carrying out research in the Agricultural Sciences or developing a more specialised local farming business.

Agriculture postgraduates also develop skills and experience that are in demand with a wide range of other employers, from government planning and development departments to international conservation charities and lobbying groups.

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