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AGREECULTURE Science 🧫Research


Master of Science in Agricultural Innovation

i.e.,

Master of Science in Agreecultural Innovation


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Innovators are farmers who are eager to
accept new ideas. Usually there are only a few people in this
class in a farming community.


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Master of Science in Agricultural Innovation


Degree overview

Globally
agriculture will need to feed over nine billion people by 2050. With a
changing climate and increasing competition for land, water and energy
resources, the agricultural sector will need to find innovative ways to
do more with less.


To achieve this, an interdisciplinary approach to problem solving
will be required. This is the only degree of its kind in Australia,
and brings together students with pre existing undergraduate knowledge -
environmental, business, computer science, biology, engineering or
systems modelling to collectively work together on real world
agricultural challenges. By integrating and adapting knowledge from
different disciplines, novel solutions to complex problems can be
achieved.


What you’ll learn


Master of Science in Agricultural Innovation

You will learn from world-leading experts from across ANU, industry
and research partners. The hands on learning will include research and
technology that cuts across traditional discipline boundaries to address
industry challenges. Your cognate discipline is welcomed to the
program, for its through this knowledge that you will learn to apply
your existing knowledge to the agricultural sector.

Working in multidisciplinary teams on industry projects, graduates
will translate research and theory into real-world outcomes, gaining
industry relevant skills and a deep understanding of the challenges
faced by industry.



https://programsandcourses.anu.edu.au/2021/program/NSCAI

Master of Science in Agricultural Innovation




A single two year graduate degree offered by the
ANU College of Science

NSCAI



Academic Year

2021

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  • Length
    2 year full-time
  • Minimum
    96 Units
  • Mode of delivery

    • In Person
  • Field of Education

    • Agriculture
  • Academic contact

With a Master of
Science in Agricultural Innovation you will have the skills required to
solve the complex challenges facing the world.

 

Globally
agriculture will need to feed over nine billion people by 2050. With a
changing climate and increasing competition for land, water and energy
resources, the agricultural sector will need to find innovative ways to
do more with less. To achieve this, an interdisciplinary approach to
problem solving will be required. By completing courses in environmental
management, business, computer science, biology, engineering or systems
modelling, you will have the skills to integrate and adapt knowledge
from different disciplines to design novel solutions to complex
problems.

 

You will learn from world-leading experts from
across ANU, and its industry partners, through initiatives including the
Centre for Entrepreneurial Agri-Technology (CEAT), a joint ANU-CSIRO
initiative. In partnership with government and industry, CEAT brings
together research and technology to address industry challenges, cutting
across traditional discipline boundaries.

 

Working in
multidisciplinary teams on industry projects, graduates will translate
research and theory into real-world outcomes, gaining industry relevant
skills and a deep understanding of the challenges faced by industry.

Career Options

ANU ranks
among the world’s very finest universities. Our nearly 100,000 alumni
include political, business, government, and academic leaders around the
world.

We have graduated remarkable people from every part of our continent, our region and all walks of life.

This program is available for applications to commence from First Semester, 2021

Employment Opportunities

Stakeholder
engagement with research and industry during the program development
phase continually identified the skill shortage of system thinking, team
ready and broad knowledge graduates. An aging community within the
agricultural research and industries is considered a limitation to
advancing the agri system. Graduates would be expected to build careers
in state and federal government, as researchers in industry bodies,
corporations and research institutions, as innovation technologist
across the agricultural sector and in supporting non government
organisations globally. Graduates would have the capacity to enter at
managerial and strategic thinking level positions and also educate the
next generation of leaders in agricultural fields.

Learning Outcomes

  1. Demonstrate an understanding of the complexity of agricultural systems and value chains.

  2. Interpret,
    synthesize and critically analyse published literature of relevance to
    agricultural systems in the context of innovation, productivity and
    resilience to climatic environmental, economic and social drivers of
    change.

  3. Apply knowledge of innovation systems in identifying emerging opportunities and solving challenges in the agricultural sector.

  4. Integrate
    and adapt appropriate knowledge and problem-solving methods from
    different disciplines and industries, to co-design novel solutions with
    stakeholders and clients effectively in multi-disciplinary teams.

  5. Demonstrate a critical understanding of science in society

  6. Clearly communicate theory and results in both written and oral formats




Master of Science (Advanced) in Agricultural Innovation
A single two year graduate degree offered by the ANU College of Science
VSCAI
Academic Year 2021
Apply
Enquire Now
Overview
Admission & Fees
Study
Length 2 year full-time
Minimum 96 Units
Academic plan VSCAI
Post Nominal MSciAdvAgIn
CRICOS code 0101484
UAC code
830727 (M Sci Adv in Agri Innovation ))
Mode of delivery
In Person
Field of Education
Agriculture
Academic contact
Dr Craig Strong
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Introduction
Employment Opportunities
Career Options
Learning Outcomes
Research Strengths
Admission Requirements
Credit Granted
Cognate Disciplines
Scholarships
Indicative Fees
Program Requirements
Master Research
Master Research Training
Capstone Course
Hurdle Requirements
With
a Master of Science (Advanced) in Agricultural Innovation you will have
the skills required to solve the complex challenges facing the world.
Globally
agriculture will need to feed over nine billion people by 2050. With a
changing climate and increasing competition for land, water and energy
resources, the agricultural sector will need to find innovative ways to
do more with less. To achieve this, an interdisciplinary approach to
problem solving will be required. By completing courses in environmental
management, business, computer science, biology, engineering or systems
modelling, you will have the skills to integrate and adapt knowledge
from different disciplines to design novel solutions to complex
problems.
The
Master of Science (Advanced) in Agricultural Innovation program
provides you with the opportunity to extend your practical and
coursework experience with the development and implementation of a
research project supervised by an academic. This is particularly
relevant to those who wish to benefit from the research strengths of ANU
and pursue a career in research.
You
will learn from world-leading experts from across ANU, and its industry
partners, through initiatives including the Centre for Entrepreneurial
Agri-Technology (CEAT), a joint ANU-CSIRO initiative. In partnership
with government and industry, CEAT brings together research and
technology to address industry challenges, cutting across traditional
discipline boundaries.
Working
in multidisciplinary teams on industry projects, graduates will
translate research and theory into real-world outcomes, gaining industry
relevant skills and a deep understanding of the challenges faced by
industry.
Career Options
ANU
ranks among the world’s very finest universities. Our nearly 100,000
alumni include political, business, government, and academic leaders
around the world.
We have graduated remarkable people from every part of our continent, our region and all walks of life.
This program is available for applications to commence from First Semester, 2021
Employment Opportunities
Stakeholder
engagement with research and industry during the program development
phase continually identified the skill shortage of system thinking, team
ready and broad knowledge graduates. An aging community within the
agricultural research and industries is considered a limitation to
advancing the agri system. Graduates would be expected to build careers
in state and federal government, as researchers in industry bodies,
corporations and research institutions, as innovation technologist
across the agricultural sector and in supporting non government
organisations globally. Graduates would have the capacity to enter at
managerial and strategic thinking level positions and also educate the
next generation of leaders in agricultural fields.
Learning Outcomes
Demonstrate an advanced understanding of the complexity of agricultural systems and value chains.
Interpret, synthesize and critically analyse published literature of relevance to agricultural systems.
Apply knowledge of innovation systems in identifying emerging
opportunities and solving challenges in the agricultural sector.
Integrate and adapt appropriate knowledge and problem-solving
methods from different disciplines and industries, to co-design novel
solutions with stakeholders and clients effectively in
multi-disciplinary teams.
Demonstrate a critical understanding of science in society
Perform experimental work, interpret and analyse results, write reports and collate data into a thesis.
Research Strengths
The
program requires 48 units of research project, carried out on an
individual basis with an academic supervisor at the ANU and assessed
through a written thesis and a final oral presentation.
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Student experience
Top-down view of small plants being time-lapse imaged in a SpectralPhenoClimatron chamber
Australian Plant Phenomics Facility

Use
state-of-the-art phenotyping tools at the only place in the world
providing high-calibre public sector access to infrastructure and
expertise on crop performance.

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Location


Centre for Entrepreneurial Agri-Technology
CEAT
was established in July 2018 as a joint initiative between the ANU and
CSIRO, with support and funding from the ACT Government.
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The
Australian National University (ANU), in collaboration with CSIRO, has
launched a new lab that will help solve some of Australia and the
world’s biggest agriculture challenges.
Based
in the Centre for Entrepreneurial Agri-Technology (CEAT), the new
innovation hub comes with $1.3 million in ACT Government funding over
three years.
This is matched by $1.3 million in ANU funding and $1 million in-kind support from CSIRO.
The
hub was officially opened by ACT Chief Minister Andrew Barr, ANU
Vice-Chancellor Brian Schmidt and Dr Michiel Van Lookeren Campagne —
CSIRO Director, Agriculture and Food.
Agriculture is worth $59 billion to Australia.
ANU
Vice-Chancellor Professor Brian Schmidt said the Centre Entrepreneurial
Agri-Technology (CEAT) brings together world-class research and
technology to solve agriculture challenges.
“Since
The Australian National University announced the creation of CEAT last
August, it has made remarkable progress and I am delighted to officially
open the Centre’s Innovation Hub,” Professor Schmidt said.
“Five
businesses have already set up shop in the Innovation Hub including
Gondwana Genomics - the first company in the world to deploy DNA
screening on a large scale to boost tree production in commercial
forestry.
“Other
work at CEAT is helping farmers track remote stock with drones, as well
as cut fertiliser and water waste with AI and satellites.
“Since
launching, CEAT has become a focal point for agri-tech in Canberra and
indeed Australia, building networks both locally and globally.
“The
Centre is just one example of the University’s broader commitment to
addressing issues of national importance by fostering collaboration
between industry and academia.
“Working with the ACT Government has ensured that ANU is able to deliver on these important objectives.
“I want to thank Chief Minister Barr for this funding and for the vital work it will help drive.”
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