Monday, 20 February 2012

Hawkesbury. Agric. course suspended

The University of Western Sydney will consult with industry experts and other stakeholders to investigate ways to teach agriculture in the 21st century, following the suspension of new agriculture students for 2012.

Only 10 applied for the Bachelor of Natural Science (Sustainable Agriculture and Food Security), at the Hawkesbury campus. Dean of the School of Science and Health, Professor Gregory Kolt, said the demand for the agriculture programs at UWS has been decreasing over a number of years in line with national trends.



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