The four-year program in agricultural science gives students a foundation in the physical and biological sciences, and specialisation in a broad range of agricultural disciplines. In their final year of study, students have the opportunity to undertake an honours research project of their choice, as a pathway to a future career in agricultural research and development.
The Bachelor of Agriculture degree offers students the option of a major in agricultural production or agricultural business management. Students will gain knowledge and skills in the principles and practices of agricultural production and an understanding of the business environment that is so fundamental to the economic performance of agricultural industries and enterprises.
The Bachelor of Environmental Design (Architecture) serves as a prerequisite course for the Master of Architecture forming the first step towards qualifying as an architect.
Delivered on-campus in the award-winning, environmentally sustainable UTAS School of Architecture & Design building, Launceston. The course prepares graduates for professional practice in the furniture industry by developing innovative approaches to design and manufacture while nurturing their distinctive style. Students explore the many facets of furniture design and making through identifying, researching and creatively approaching design challenges.
The course prepares graduates for professional practice in the field of interior design. It explores the design of living and working environments to increase the satisfaction, productivity and wellbeing of people. Students learn to identify, research and apply creative problem solving in the context of commercial and residential spaces. The Bachelor of Environmental Design (Interior Design) is unique in Australia for its focus on sustainable design practices and healthy environments across the entire course.
Chemistry is the study of chemical and physical properties of substances and is a fundamental enabling science. At the University of Tasmania we have innovative teaching programs and a vigorous research program that covers most of the major areas, including analytical and industrial chemistry plus areas of biological chemistry.
Authorised by the Dean, Faculty of Science, Engineering & Technology
15 May, 2014