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Farm management is a two year (three year part-time) programme that involves far more than the production of agricultural produce. Farm businesses are complex operations requiring the utilisation of expensive assets to achieve growth in an increasingly competitive and regulated market. This FdSc Agricultural Management is a two year (three year part-time) programme which will enable you to be effective in all forms of agricultural employment: it’s a mixture of science and business management comprising twelve modules, each worth twenty credits — incorporating practical as well as academic elements — delivered through a set of compulsory modules. You will be encouraged to develop your particular interests within the course modules, and specialist teaching is complemented by personal development through the professional practice module and 20 days’ relevant work experience.

Farm management is a two year (three year part-time) programme that involves far more than the production of agricultural produce. Farm businesses are complex operations requiring the utilisation of expensive assets to achieve growth in an increasingly competitive and regulated market. This FdSc Agricultural Management is a two year (three year part-time) programme which will enable you to be...

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Entry Requirements

-160 UCAS credits from 2 A levels at grade C or above, or equivalent qualifications -English and maths to GCSE grade C and above -A personal statement that reflects your strengths and suitability for the programme -An academic or professional reference

-160 UCAS credits from 2 A levels at grade C or above, or equivalent qualifications -English and maths to GCSE grade C and above -A personal statement that reflects your strengths and suitability for the programme -An academic or professional reference

Assessment Methods

Traditional essays and research projects, report writing, presentations, portfolio preparation and the planning and delivery of authentic agricultural management plans.

Traditional essays and research projects, report writing, presentations, portfolio preparation and the planning and delivery of authentic agricultural management plans.

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