University of Melbourne

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Agricultural Systems Analysis

  • AGRI30003
  • Contact Hours: Forty-eight hours of lectures/tutorials, and up to 30 hours practical/field work
    Total Time Commitment: 120 hours
  • 12.50
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Farm productivity and profitability is a result of interdisciplinary interactions between soil, plant, animal, climatic, human, risk and market factors. This subject aims to develop the skills required to analyse these interactions and support decision-making in agricultural businesses. The subject is taught using problem-based learning by doing. Students will conduct farm management economics case study analyses during the semester, and submit a detailed report on these. Each case study is based on a commercial farm business. Case study analysis will require students to clearly identify the problem to be solved and the context for problem solving (including business and personal goals of... -- Course Website

Prerequisites: None

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