Agricultural Science and Arts
Pursue your passions and maximise your career options with our combined bachelor's degree in Agricultural Science and Arts. You'll graduate with two degrees in just four years, a Bachelor of Agricultural Science where you will take a defined study plan and a Bachelor of Arts where you'll choose a major from a wide range of options.
- Course code
- TISC code
- CRICOS code
- February and July
- 4 years
- Minimum ATAR or equivalent
- 85 ATAR
- Mathematics Methods ATAR or Mathematics Applications ATAR with a mathematics unit taken in your first year. Students without ATAR mathematics will take two first-year mathematics units. Chemistry ATAR or an additional chemistry unit taken in the first year.
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Why study this course?
In a competitive employment market, you will maximise your career options by developing advanced agricultural science and training along with transferable communication and critical thinking skills that employers are looking for. You will graduate with two qualifications, having cut two years off the time it takes you to study two degrees. If you decide either degree isn’t right for you, you can exit one and complete the other.
What will I learn?
The Bachelor of Agricultural Science will provide you with skills in research and technology, and knowledge for the sustainable and ethical development of the agricultural industry. You'll learn to investigate the challenges of a rapidly growing population, climate change, and the limitations of land and fresh water and how this impacts the ability of agriculture to meet the demand for food.
Studying UWA's Bachelor of Arts lets you cultivate your passions while developing transferable skills that are essential in every industry and can never be automated - they'll set you apart from the competition and prepare you for a future-proof career.
You can combine one of the following extended majors from the Bachelor of Agricultural Science:
With a wide range of undergraduate majors from the Bachelor of Arts.
You can also include minors and elective units in your degree. Learn more about what makes up your degree with Our Courses Explained.