Students have the opportunity to undertake exciting Honours projects.
The agricultural workforce is currently facing many complex challenges. The Master of Agriculture qualification by coursework will enhance your abilities to tackle those challenges within this essential occupation.
Students will have greater flexibility, cross-disciplinary study and collaboration across a broad range of topical issues.
You may wish to undertake significant analysis and research in this complex and crucial discipline. The Faculty is at the forefront of innovative research and agricultural development.
Enhancing Phosphorus and Sulfur Nutrition with Rhizosphere Microorganisms
The Effect of Democratic Transition on Environmental Quality: A Cross Country Empirical Analysis
Effect of smoke from bushfires and prescribed burning on plant physiology
The basis of improved water use efficiency in hexaploid wheat.
Digital Soil Mapping: Whole soil profile predictions of soil properties at a consistent resolution across user-defined study areas and landscapes
Can planting trees make it rain? Investigations into land surface atmosphere feedbacks
Nutritional qualities of potatoes
Modelling system interdependency for sustainable food: The relationship between the environment, agriculture and nutritional food
Fire ecology of woody weeds in Australian forests and woodlands
Improving the auditability of soil carbon
Economics of Managing Pollution in a Catchment and in a Lake.
Genetic and molecular characterization of stem rust resistance in wheat
Where is the water going? Scaling forest water budgets to explain spatial and temporal variation in evapotranspiration
Whether you choose to study a coursework degree comprising a smaller research project component or undertake an intensive research only degree, you will benefit by undertaking Postgraduate studies with the Faculty of Agriculture and Environment. The Faculty has a dynamic interdisciplinary research community that attracts high levels of industry support and funding both nationally and internationally.
Click here for the 2014 Postgraduate Research Prospectus.