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The Master of Agriculture and Environment is focused on providing you with the knowledge and skills necessary to tackle and create solutions for our time in areas such as food security, climate change, and management of carbon, water and the environment within the changing complexity of global markets and world economics.

If you have a degree in Science, Economics or related work experience (accreditation subject to approval) the Master of Agriculture and Environment is the degree for you. You will gain important hands-on experience, which is highly valued by employers in both the public and private sectors. Within this articulated degree you will complete a research project that provides you with the opportunity to identify and address critical and current problems and issues, and develop your skills in project management, effective communication and cross-disciplinary thinking. A range of specialist streams is available to those wishing to target specific areas of interest.

The Faculty has access to some of the world’s best-equipped and newest research facilities, including the Centre for Carbon, Water and Food, and the world renowned Plant Breeding Institute. The Faculty’s substantial field stations in Australia include1200 hectares of farmland, and house state of the art research facilities with enviable amenities for large-scale field studies in agricultural science, food science, environmental studies, ecology, bush-fire research and more.

A Master of Agriculture and Environment qualification will allow you to develop a career in an exciting and leading-edge sector that generates over $150 billion a year in production, contributes around 16% of Australia's export earnings, and tackles the global issues of food, water, energy and soil security internationally.

For further information on this course please visit The Master of Agriculture and Environment is focused on providing you with the knowledge and skills necessary to tackle and create solutions for our time in areas such as food security, climate change, and management of carbon, water and the environment within the changing complexity of global markets and world economics.

If you have a degree in Science, Economics or related work experience (accreditation subject to approval) the Master of Agriculture and Environment is the degree for you. You will gain important hands-on experience, which is highly valued by employers in both the public and private sectors. Within this articulated degree you will complete a research project that provides you with the opportunity to identify and address critical and current problems and issues, and develop your skills in project management, effective communication and cross-disciplinary thinking. A range of specialist streams is available to those wishing to target specific areas of interest.

The Faculty has access to some of the world’s best-equipped and newest research facilities, including the Centre for Carbon, Water and Food, and the world renowned Plant Breeding Institute. The Faculty’s substantial field stations in Australia include1200 hectares of farmland, and house state of the art research facilities with enviable amenities for large-scale field studies in agricultural science, food science, environmental studies, ecology, bush-fire research and more.

A Master of Agriculture and Environment qualification will allow you to develop a career in an exciting and leading-edge sector that generates over $150 billion a year in production, contributes around 16% of Australia's export earnings, and tackles the global issues of food, water, energy and soil security internationally.

For further information regarding this course please visit the website http://sydney.edu.au/courses/master-of-agriculture-and-environment

To ask a question about this course, visit http://sydney.edu.au/internationaloffice/

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