Course details

Integrated Diploma Program (Diploma of Agriculture AHC50110)

​Presented by the University of Queensland and South Regional TAFE and developed specifically for Western Australian farming conditions, this two year program will prepare you to work in agricultural production and management, rural merchandising, technical advisory roles and research and development.

Expert trainers from the agriculture and agribusiness industry will ensure you gain contemporary knowledge and skills.

On completion you will exit with:

  • a Diploma of Agriculture (AHC50110);
  • an academic transcript for the completed academic courses (16) from the University of Queensland for the Academic Program in Agricultural Technologies; and
  • a pathway towards university, subject to individual entry requirements.

​First year subjects:

  • ​Agricultural mechanisation​
  • Agronomy
  • ​Animal husbandry
  • Rural business
  • Agriculture and biology
  • Soil and water science
  • Communications

​Second year subjects:

  • Animal production
  • Plant protection
  • Crop production

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Suitable for:

• school leavers;
agricultural college graduates;
employees; and
teachers/trainers working in the agricultural sector.

Subject matter expert:
University of Queensland
Registered training organisation:
South Regional TAFE
RTO Code: 52790
Dates:
Orientation week: 27 February - 3 March 2017. Semester one: 6 March - 16 June 2017. Semester two: 10 July-27 October 2017.
Prerequisites:
Minimum year 12 along with five sound achievements including a science subject, mathematics and English, or a Certificate III in Agriculture equivalent.

Students may be given special consideration based on their experience, skills and knowledge. Talk to us about your entry options.

Further study options:

​Contact Muresk Institute to discuss pathway options to a degree program.

Fee information:

​The Western Australia Vocational Education and Training Fees and Charges policy applies. Fee caps and concession rates may apply for eligible students. For more information visit the fees and costs section of the Department of Training and Workforce Development website.

Accommodation:

​Muresk Institute offers on site accommodation for students studying the Integrated Diploma Program.

Muresk Institute offers a variety of accommodation with shared facilities (bathrooms and lounge/common rooms). For more information view our facilities and complete an accommodation request form.

Registration instructions:

​Candidates will need to register their interest and will be assessed to determine eligibility for this program and advised of appropriate pathway options.

Enquiries:

​Prue Jenkins
General Manager
Muresk Institute
T: 9690 1556
E: prue.jenkins@dtwd.wa.gov.au

The above information is correct at the time of publishing however may be subject to change.

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