What is Agricultural Biotechnology?
Agricultural Biotechnology examines agriculture and the natural world, emphasizing the relationships between food production, the environment, science and society.
The program focuses on the life sciences, with prominence given to the application of Biotechnology in agriculture. It also delves into agriculture’s associated sectors including: government, policy development, farm production, environmental implications and agricultural sciences.
Studying Agricultural Biotechnology will give you a strong science and Economics background rooted in both theoretical knowledge and practical experience, and focusing on the issues, research and course materials relevant to agriculture.
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