Undergraduate studies in agriculture, food and ecosystem sciences

Our world-renowned experts teach into the innovative Bachelor of Agriculture, the comprehensive Bachelor of Science and the unique, one-year Diploma in General Studies program.

Bachelor of Agriculture

With a focus on science and sustainability, explore how we can adapt to our changing climate and declining environmental quality to improve food security and global health. Graduates with degrees in agriculture are highly sought after in Australia, with an employment rate of over 91 per cent.

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Bachelor of Science

With over 40 majors to choose from, the Bachelor of Science is one of the broadest undergraduate degrees around – and we teach many of them:

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Diploma in General Studies (DiGS)

Whether you’re finishing high school and want to explore your options, or you’re already in the workforce and looking to advance your career, this unique one-year program is designed to build skills for further study and provide practical learning opportunities in a supportive environment.

The Diploma in General Studies (Extended) is a pathway into further study for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students who may not meet the regular Diploma's entry requirements.

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Elective subjects

If you're studying a different undergraduate course at the University of Melbourne, you can still dip into agriculture, food or ecosystem sciences by studying Breadth subjects (as long as you meet any prerequisites). You can see all the undergraduate subjects we teach in the University of Melbourne Handbook.

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