Graduate Certificate in Agriculture

Candidates for the Graduate Certificate complete a total of 24 credit points (cp) made up of 12cp from their selected specialisation as specified in Table A and the balance from elective units chosen from any other units listed in Table B (subject to meeting prior learning requirements and timetabling). Students who have completed relevant prior learning at an equivalent level may be given up to 6cp advanced standing.

Table A units of study
Unit of study Credit points A: Assumed knowledge P: Prerequisites C: Corequisites N: Prohibition Session

Table A units of study

Agricultural and Environmental Economics
At least two of study beginning with prefix AGEC54 and/or RSEC54
Agricultural and Environmental Technologies
At least two units of:
AFNR5110
Crop Improvement
6    A Basic knowledge of plant genetics and breeding, similar to that covered by GENE4012 and GENE4013.
Semester 2
AFNR5201
Crop Agronomy
6    P AGRO3004 and (PLNT2003 or PLNT2903) and SOIL2003
Semester 1
AFNR5307
Crop Protection
6      Semester 1
Biosphere Atmosphere Interactions
At least two of:
AFNR5701
Plants and the Environment
6      Semester 1
AFNR5801
Climate Change: Process, History, Issues
6    A A basic understanding of climate change processes and issues.
Semester 2
Forest Technologies
At least two of:
AFNR5701
Plants and the Environment
6      Semester 1
AFNR5705
Australian Forest Systems
6    A A broad understanding of plant physiological and ecological concepts
Semester 2
Horticultural Technologies
At least two of:
AFNR5210
Sustainable Horticultural Cropping
6      Semester 1
AFNR5701
Plants and the Environment
6      Semester 1