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    • Duration: 2 Years | Level: Masters Program Course Description MS Biological and Agricultural Engineering is a masters degree offered at College of Agricultural and Life Sciences The program’s coursework and thesis research generally take two years to complete Of the minimum 30 credits required for the degree, at least 18 credits must be at the 500s level; the remainder may include 400 level courses in the major, and 300 or 400 level courses in supporting areas
    • New Zealand is a world leader in agriculture, and for over 130 years Lincoln University has been training world-leading agricultural specialists.

    • Lincoln’s Bachelor of Agriculture uses real world examples and practical experiences to produce graduates who can immediately make a difference in jobs across all areas of agricultural production and related industries

    • There are no formal majors in the BAg, but instead the program is structured around courses in four key disciplines: plant science, animal science, soil science and farm management

    • A period of work experience is a required part of this degree
    • Students get 40 hrs work permit per week along with studies.
    • Has a student population from more than 60 countries.
    • The work-study program is available for both Undergraduate and Master students.
    • Covers basic functional areas of business with stress on their inter-relationships.
    • Smaller class size.
    • Primary campus is situated on 50 hectares (123 acres) of land.
    • University of Idaho is a public institution that was founded in 1889.
    • It has a total undergraduate enrollment of 9,388, its setting is rural, and the campus size is 1,450 acres.
    • It utilizes a semester-based academic calendar.
    • Consistently recognized as one of the best public colleges in America by The Princeton Review.
    • Kiplinger’s listed Idaho in its “Best 100 Values in Public Colleges” for academic strength and affordability.
    • Princeton Review recognized Idaho as “Top 286 Green Colleges” in their list of most environmentally responsible.
    • Among only 15% of the nation’s colleges listed in The Princeton Review’s “Best 368 Colleges”.
    • Newsweek magazine ranked Idaho as the third most affordable university in the nation in its “Best Colleges For You 2012”.

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