A public research university with its main campus in Tasmania, Australia, is called the University of Tasmania (UTAS). Built around 1890. It is the fourth-oldest university in Australia. The institution is made of sandstone and a part of both the Association of Southeast Asian Institutions of Higher Learning and the international Association of Commonwealth Universities.
The university collaborates with 20 specialized research institutes and cooperative research centers, and it provides a variety of undergraduate and graduate degrees in a number of subject areas. The university's multiple 5 rating scores (far above world standard) for excellence in research earned by the Australian Research Council are in large part due to the Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies. At the Australian Maritime College, the country's hub for maritime education, training, and research, the university also offers tertiary education.
There are three main campuses for the institution, located in Burnie, Launceston, and Hobart. On its Sydney sites in Darlinghurst and Rozelle, the College of Health and Medicine also houses a variety of small, specialized facilities. Additionally, it shares a research space with the Australian National Maritime Museum in Pyrmont.
The research strengths of the institution aim to benefit from Tasmania's distinctive features, notably its natural environment and geographic location. The research is strongest in the areas of data, knowledge, and decision-making as well as the environment, resources, and sustainability; creativity, culture, and society; health; the marine, antarctic, and maritime.
Graduates of the Master of Agriculture and Food Science (Specialization) program will have extensive understanding of modern agricultural and food sciences. Students will have the ability to do independent research and solve problems, which can lead to a higher research degree or a position in companies connected to agriculture and food. They will be able to use their knowledge and abilities to address current issues, promote Tasmania's innovative food production and sustainable agricultural growth.
Graduates will be able to critically assess data and support sustainable, ethical, and safe practices in the sectors they choose to work in thanks to the specialized skills and knowledge they will have acquired via this course. Graduates will be equipped with the necessary skills to support the university's strategic goal of enhancing sustainability outcomes in Tasmania's blue and green economies.
By critically analyzing current advancements in theory and practice from the core sciences, business, and agriculture, address complex issues in the agricultural and food systems.
Utilize scientific methods and techniques to increase disciplinary understanding and guide decision-making in workplace settings related to agriculture and food.
By assessing and disseminating pertinent information to various stakeholders, you may encourage the adoption of creative, lucrative, and sustainable techniques in agriculture and food systems.
Create and carry out independent investigations utilizing suitable methods and procedures unique to the profession.
Encourage the adoption of safe, courteous, ethical, and responsible work practices that abide by the necessary legal and ethical standards.
Tuition: $31950 per year
25% reduction in registered tuition fees for the duration of the course.
Academics: 2.8 GPA