36 months

Starting Date

February, July

Tuition Fee

AUD $33,200 per year 


Online, On Campus (Wagga Wagga, Australia)



About the program

Charles Sturt University’s Bachelor of Agricultural Business Management provides you with knowledge and skills required to work anywhere along the agricultural supply chain, from farm production through to export and marketing of agriproducts, as well as the many businesses servicing this sector.

This course offers access to Charles Sturt University’s 1400-hectare commercial mixed farm at Wagga Wagga (an outdoor classroom that has been in operation since the 1800s). Our farms, field and laboratory facilities, all located on campus, provide a training facility for students and a base for several commercial, educational and research enterprises.

If you’ve received an eligible diploma from TAFE, you could benefit from guaranteed entry into the Bachelor of Agricultural Business Management and fast-track your degree. You could even receive an offer to study before you get your end-of-year high school marks through the School Recommendation Schemes (SRS). This degree is open to students at eligible schools, agricultural colleges and TAFE institutes.

Charles Sturt University is the largest provider of agricultural, horticultural and wine science education supporting rural industries in Australia. Research is undertaken through key Charles Sturt University Research Centres, and staff have major involvement in national Cooperative Research Centres – linking universities, government bodies and industry organisations across Australia to focus on national sector-wide issues. Our industry links ensure courses remain relevant and topical, and that you graduate ready to make an impact on your profession.

Career opportunities

  • With the right mix of business management training, practice and commercial exposure, career development can be rapid in this evolving sector, particularly if you’re innovative and resourceful in your approach.
  • Career options emerge as you acquire expertise in marketing, accounting, finance, people management, agricultural production systems, enterprise management, sustainable resource management and entrepreneurship. In fact, many Charles Sturt University ag students are offered jobs before they graduate.

Courses Included

  • Agricultural Economics
  • Agribusiness Systems
  • Agricultural Marketing
  • Commodity Trade and Pricing
  • Agricultural Business Risk and Investment
  • Agribusiness Planning
  • Livestock Production Systems
  • Plant Production Systems
  • Livestock Management
  • Agricultural Finance and Business Management
  • Business Law
  • Soil Science
  • Annual Crop Management

Interested? Get started today!