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Level 7 qualification in Agriculture with minimum 50% average.
The Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Agriculture degree offers student the opportunity to continue their studies preparing them for more advanced entry to business with a higher skill portfolio. The degree focuses on two key areas relevant to the Munster area namely Dairy production and Food Processing, while building on the programme currently undertaken by students at CIT and equally offering progression opportunities for graduates from comparable level 7 Agriculture degree programmes.
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A key partner in this programme is Clonakilty Agricultural College which is locally known as Darrara College and has been involved in agricultural education since it was left to the local parish and later to the state for that purpose in 1905. The college aims to train students for employment in the agricultural industry and to equip young entrants into farming with the knowledge and skills to become professional farmers.
The programme focuses in two areas
- Dairy Herd Management ‐ commercial activity plus postgraduate opportunities
- Food stream ‐ facilitating commercial side of food business/agri business and also postgraduate links
The Honours degree will also afford graduates the opportunity to pursue relevant level 9 postgraduate study programmes here in Ireland and overseas.
CIT has developed a website which gives full details of all modules for all courses. The website also has information on recommended textbooks, average weekly workload, assessments, and exams.
Please click here for module information - Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Agriculture
The Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Agriculture programme aims to provide graduates with a strong focus on Science and Business disciplines as related to agriculture and agribusiness. Graduates may find themselves working in the established agribusiness area or pursuing relevant postgraduate programmes.
Applications for this course are processed by the Central Applications Office (CAO) - Advanced Entry
Please ensure that you include all relevant information that might help us assess your application:
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- A CV with information about relevant previous experience with references
- A statement of interest.