The University of Southern Queensland, also known as UniSQ and formerly known as USQ, is a medium-sized regional university with three campuses located in Toowoomba, Springfield, and Ipswich in Queensland, Australia. It provides classes in the following fields: law, medicine, engineering, science, business, education, and the arts. It runs three research institutes and seven research centers that concentrate on a variety of commercial, agricultural, scholarly, scientific, technological, and environmental challenges.
Australia's largest Japanese-designed garden, Australia's largest solar-integrated parking, and a library with rainforest and water elements are among the university's notable features. The university has received praise for its initiatives to reduce violence against women, and the Federal Government's Workplace Gender Equality Agency (WGEA) named it an employer of choice for gender equality.
As a regional university, UniSQ makes sure that its curricula meet the needs of the local and regional labor market, participate in regional social and economic development, and support the local community.
To ensure ethical and sustainable food production, focus on important areas such as product quality, farm safety, animal ethics, and livestock health and welfare. You will learn to use analytical and practical skills in the field of genetics while looking at new technology in animal breeding programs. To construct a degree in agriculture that is well-rounded and increases your work options, combine it with a second major in biology, plant agricultural science, or environment and sustainability. With major organizations including John Deere, the Department of Agriculture and Fisheries, and the Department of Environment and Science, UniSQ has significant ties in the Australian and global agriculture industries.
Tuition: $34800 per year
Academics: 2.8 GPA