The demand for highly skilled ag science graduates is huge - and growing.
TIA trains tomorrow's viticulturalists, microbiologists, animal nutritionists, overseas development workers, plant breeders, soil scientists, forensic entomologists, sustainability resource managers… and much more!
We offer unparalleled access to research facilities and real-life researchers.
Our students have won 'Best National Agriculture Student' two years running and our lecturers consistently win prestigious university teaching awards.
By applying the latest scientific methods – in areas from molecular biology to sustainable resource management – our award-winning graduates advance global agricultural production and food systems in an innovative and responsible way.
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Our teaching reputation is world-class. We offer the highest number of scholarships at UTAS and one of the best staff-student ratios in Australia.
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We offer a diverse range of degrees. Choose from:
Bachelor of Agricultural ScienceBachelor of Applied Science (Agriculture and Business) Master of Applied Science (Agricultural Science) Master of Applied Science (Microbiology)
The outputs of TIA's research, development and extension are integrated into undergraduate teaching, while more than 80 postgraduate students play a key role in TIA's research effort.
Ag Science is the foundation for some of the best careers on earth! Watch Dr Jo Jones' story to find out more
A degree in agriculture opens the door to a diverse range of careers options, including:
- Agricultural economist
- Boutique brewery owner
- Rural journalist
- Production agronomist
- Aquaculture operator
- Bioterrorism risk assessor
- Overseas research and development
- Wine industry policy offer
- Food biologist
So whether you want a hands-on career as a viticulturist or biosecurity manager, a career in government as a policy officer or even to work as a marketing manager in agribusiness – a degree in agriculture can get you there
We collaborate closely with industry and organisations – both locally and internationally – to give staff and students exciting, challenging opportunities to further their careers and to contribute to the local and global community.