Bachelor of Science (BSc) in Agriculture (Various)

Bachelor of Science (BSc) in Agriculture

  • Do you like working with animals or crops?
  • Are you concerned about problems arising from the expanding population growth (e.g. food security and safety; loss of natural and farming resources; urbanisation)?
  • Interested in using the science of agriculture to inform on health, diet and nutrition?

If you answered ‘Yes’ to one or all of the above questions, the Warnborough College Bachelor of Science (BSc) in Agriculture degree program could be for you! The degree program is structured in a way that helps students build up their knowledge and practice in agriculture and related fields, while allowing them the opportunity to apply this learning to specific disciplines. There are three specialisation possibilities.

The ideal candidate must be able to work independently very effectively. Possible scenarios of prospective candidates include:

  • someone with a keen interest in farming who would like to have the opportunity to work professionally in agriculture.
  • someone with spare land they would like to cultivate and/or rear animals upon. Whether this is for personal use or for private enterprise, the BSc in Agriculture would be perfect for you!
  • a company looking to expand the skill set of its work force in a cost efficient fashion.
  • someone with farming experience looking for the opportunity to make their knowledge more in-depth.

Applicants are also expected to be skilled in the use of computers, especially with respect to word-processing and spreadsheets (eg. Microsoft Word and Excel). If your skills are limited in this area, you may find it necessary to undertake an I.T. course before commencing the degree. Applicants should have a good command of the English language. If English is not your native language, we will require proof that your English language skills will allow you to cope with the course material and requirements (eg. a TOEFL score of 550 or an IELTS score of 6.0).