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.
This new three-year Bachelor of Agriculture degree offers students the option of a double major in agricultural production and agricultural business management, which reflects the University and State Government’s commitment to the future of agriculture in Tasmania. Students will gain knowledge and skills in the principles and practices of agricultural production as well as an understanding of the business environment that is critical to the economic performance of agricultural industries and enterprises.
The Bachelor of Antarctic Science is a three-year science degree with an optional honours year. Antarctica, together with its surrounding ocean, is a region of major scientific, environmental, strategic and economic interest. The Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies (IMAS) is based at the University of Tasmania and acts to promote and focus Australian academic activity concerned with the region.
The Bachelor of Environmental Design (Architecture) is a three-year full time course serving as a qualifying course for the Master of Architecture, and therefore forms a necessary first stage in the qualifying process for an architect.
The Master of Architecture is a two-year full time course aimed specifically at the needs of the architectural profession. n. It seeks to equip students with the knowledge, skills, competencies and awareness necessary for a graduate to practise architecture.
The Bachelor of Environmental Design (Furniture Design) is a three-year full time course that prepares graduates for professional practice in the furniture industry. The course focuses on innovating and pushing the boundaries of design and use of materials. Sustainable design practices and the value adding of materials, identity and craftsmanship are intrinsic to the values of this course.
The Bachelor of Environmental Design (Interior Design) is a three-year full time course that prepares graduates for professional practice either as independent designers or within interior design consultancies or multi-discipline based architectural consultancies. Students will learn how to identify, research and creatively solve problems related to the function of residential and commercial spaces.
Authorised by the Dean, Faculty of Science, Engineering & Technology
20 August, 2013