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BSc Agricultural Business Management

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  • Objectives
    What is the future for British agriculture in the 21st century? Can farming continue as a profitable industry or does the British countryside face economic decline? Farming is no longer a matter of growing crops and animal husbandry. Today’s farmers also need to be business astute, aware of environmental pressures and legislation and be able to anticipate future UK government and EU policy directives. These programmes provide a balance between breadth and specialist training and include a thorough grounding in agricultural practice, business management, and legal, environmental and scientific principles. Good business management skills and practices are emphasised and aimed at equipping young farmers of the future with the necessary skills to succeed in an increasingly changeable and competitive market. As a BSc(Hons) student, you are encouraged to reflect on the theories and principles of agriculture and land management.
  • Entry requirements
    Requirements GCSE: English A-level subjects: Biological Science Tariff points range: 160-200 Access: Yes Baccalaureate EB %: 62-64
  • Academic Title
    BSc Agricultural Business Management
  • Course description

    Level 1

    -The Rural Economy
    -Farm Management
    -Farm Mechanisation

    Level 2

    -Crop Protection
    -Rural Law
    -Forage Management
    -Woodland Management
    -Rural Enterprise and Business Planning
    -Management of Labour

    Level 3

    -Integration of Crops and Wildlife
    -Estate Management
    -Rural Diversification
    -Waste Management
    -Rural Environmental assessment
    -Advanced Animal Production

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