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  • Bachelor of Agriculture (General Agricultural Production)

    Bachelor of Agriculture students investigate principles necessary for developing the knowledge and skills required for employment in Agribusiness, Cropping and Livestock industries.

    University of New England
  • Bachelor of Agriculture (Plant Production)

    Bachelor of Agriculture students investigate principles necessary for developing the knowledge and skills required for employment in Agribusiness, Cropping and Livestock industries.

    University of New England
  • Bachelor of Agriculture (Technology)

    Bachelor of Agriculture students investigate principles necessary for developing the knowledge and skills required for employment in Agribusiness, Cropping and Livestock industries.

    University of New England
  • Bachelor of Animal Science (Canine and Equine Science)

    Bachelor of Animal Science students explore animal behaviour and evolution, conservation and ecology, and animal physiology and genetics. Courses study animals from both land and marine environments.

    University of New England
  • Bachelor of Animal Science (Livestock Production)

    Bachelor of Animal Science students explore animal behaviour and evolution, conservation and ecology, and animal physiology and genetics. Courses study animals from both land and marine environments.

    University of New England
  • Bachelor of Animal Science (Wildlife Management)

    Bachelor of Animal Science students explore animal behaviour and evolution, conservation and ecology, and animal physiology and genetics. Courses study animals from both land and marine environments.

    University of New England
  • Bachelor of Arts (Ancient History)

    Bachelor of Arts gives students the chance to study humanities, social sciences or liberal arts and offers a more flexible range of subjects than other degrees. A broad base education with a selected major is standard.

    University of New England
  • Bachelor of Arts (Ancient Near East)

    Bachelor of Arts gives students the chance to study humanities, social sciences or liberal arts and offers a more flexible range of subjects than other degrees. A broad base education with a selected major is standard.

    University of New England
  • Bachelor of Arts (Archaeology)

    Bachelor of Arts gives students the chance to study humanities, social sciences or liberal arts and offers a more flexible range of subjects than other degrees. A broad base education with a selected major is standard.

    University of New England
  • Bachelor of Arts (Australian History)

    Bachelor of Arts gives students the chance to study humanities, social sciences or liberal arts and offers a more flexible range of subjects than other degrees. A broad base education with a selected major is standard.

    University of New England
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