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Courses Handbook 2018

This handbook contains information for courses and units at Curtin in 2018.
Information for the previous year's courses and units is available at Courses Handbook 2017.

Results for search "area: Department of Environment And Agriculture"

Results 1 - 20 of 95

 

CodeTitleArea
AGRI3003Advanced Cropping Systems and Precision AgricultureDepartment of Environment and Agriculture
AGRI3004Advanced Livestock Production SystemsDepartment of Environment and Agriculture
MARI3000Advanced Marine Science and TechnologyDepartment of Environment and Agriculture
VITI5002Advanced Practical Wine ProductionDepartment of Environment and Agriculture
FOOD5002Advanced Sensory Evaluation of WineDepartment of Environment and Agriculture
AGRI5002Advanced Soil ScienceDepartment of Environment and Agriculture
AGRI4000Advanced Statistics for Environment and AgricultureDepartment of Environment and Agriculture
VITI3004Advanced Wine ProductionDepartment of Environment and Agriculture
AGRB3000Agribusiness Capstone 1Department of Environment and Agriculture
AGRB3001Agribusiness Capstone 2Department of Environment and Agriculture
AGRB2004Agribusiness Risk ManagementDepartment of Environment and Agriculture
AGRB2003Agribusiness and Farm ManagementDepartment of Environment and Agriculture
AGRI3006Agricultural MicrobiologyDepartment of Environment and Agriculture
AGRI2001Animal ProductionDepartment of Environment and Agriculture
AGRI5001Animal ScienceDepartment of Environment and Agriculture
GENE2002Applied GeneticsDepartment of Environment and Agriculture
AQUA5000Aquaculture NutritionDepartment of Environment and Agriculture
AQUA5002Aquaculture Principles and PracticesDepartment of Environment and Agriculture
AQUA5003Aquaculture TechnologyDepartment of Environment and Agriculture
AQUA5004Aquaculture and Food SecurityDepartment of Environment and Agriculture

 

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