CSU's Bachelor of Agricultural Science Industry practicum program prepares students for a future role as a leader in the agricultural industry by ensuring they receive industry relevant technical skills, professional skills and experience during their university studies.
In the final year of the Bachelor of Agricultural Science degree, students divide their time between professional development training on the Wagga Wagga campus and working in Industry beside a mentor as they develop their job readiness for a part of the Industry where they have a career interest.
Students are in the driving seat - developing their own plans and pathways for professional development in both technical and generic skill areas.
CSU invites organisations to participate in a program designed to skill and grow the Agricultural Industry's professionals of tomorrow. By hosting these final year students we (CSU and the Ag Industry) can expose them to a range of people, experiences and opportunities that can't be provided in the classroom alone.
Out into the world with a highly relevant work experience and skills, a professional network and an ability to problem solve and view issues systematically