Bachelor of AgriCommerce from Massey University
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A New Zealand university entrance qualification or equivalent.
What can I learn during this qualification?
Primary Industry Systems, opportunity analysis, supply chain management, international food and agribusiness strategies, accounting, finance, statistics, economics, legal and social environment of business, animals and agriculture, biology of plants, communication, agribusiness management, engineering principles in food and fibre production, applied valuation, plants in agriculture, horticulture, international trade in agri-food products, soil properties and processes, agricommerce.
What can I expect out of this qualification?
Graduates will demonstrate self-directed and independent learning, and will be able to identify, evaluate, document and disseminate knowledge. They will employ description and analysis in the development of innovative thinking and demonstrate communication and collaborative skills in a domestic and international context. They will evaluate sustainability issues and demonstrate knowledge of land-based production systems, business and a selected aspect of agribusiness.
Examples of related scholarships
Don Scott Agricultural Education Trust Grants
- Don Scott Agricultural Education Trust
- Up to the value of $500
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Massey University training provider details
Main Campus Office
Source: New Zealand Qualifications Authority (www.nzqa.govt.nz)