BSc (Hons) Agribusiness Management
- September 2022, Full Time
Our new BSc (Hons) Agribusiness Management degree is being launched ready for September 2021 entry and replaces our current FdSc in Agricultural Management.
This programme includes modules to develop skills to support professional careers in the agriculture and food industries. Built round a core of science and management the programme provides scope to develop your individual interests through project based work. The programme will be supported with links to the regional agriculture, food and research sectors.
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Our typical offer is 64 UCAS tariff points from A levels or equivalent. A minimum of GCSE Maths, English and Science (preferred) grade 4/C or above. UCAS points from Scottish Highers or Advanced levels are accepted. UCAS tariff points from BTEC or City and Guilds diplomas are accepted. Open University credits in lieu of A levels. Access to HE Diplomas at Pass level, or above, and with suitable science credits.
A range of assessment strategies allows students to be assessed both practically and theoretically and assist in the transition into the working environment appropriate to agri-food industry.
Assessment takes the following forms:
Project work – including proposals, plans, presentations and reports
Formative assessment is embedded into the modules to aid student progress and development towards the summative work.
Students who successfully complete the degree programme may wish to pursue further study at Master's level, at other institutions in the UK, subject to meeting the specific entry requirements of the particular institution that they wish to study with.
Students successfully completing this degree programme will be well placed to entry a range of careers in the Agriculture and Food sectors.
£9,000 per annum