Courses & Units

Case Studies in Agriculture A KLA402

Introduction

This unit contains a series of case studies, selected from different areas of agriculture,
for example, horticulture, animal production, post-harvest processing, vegetable
cropping, dairy, water policy. Within each case study, the student will consider
complex problems from an industry perspective, taking on the role of a consultant to
provide practical recommendations for addressing the presented problems. The
student will learn to analyse information and apply scientific knowledge to
real world problems.

Summary

Unit name Case Studies in Agriculture A
Unit code KLA402
Credit points 25
College/School College of Sciences and Engineering
Tasmanian Institute of Agriculture
Discipline Agriculture and Food Systems
Coordinator Doctor Matthew Wilson
Available as student elective? No
Delivered By University of Tasmania

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Learning Outcomes

  • Analyse problems in agriculture through considering multiple sources of information.
  • Develop recommendations for real-world problems through consideration of relevant factors that affect agricultural production.
  • Present findings and recommendations in both written reports and oral presentations to a professional standard and in a manner suitable for a client including growers, agronomists and government agencies.
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Teaching

AssessmentTest or quiz (10%)|Presentation (10%)|Assignment (40%)|Case Study (40%)
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Textbooks

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