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A study tour examining the interactions between agriculture, horticulture and environment through a series of field visits to selected agriculture, horticulture and environment systems in New Zealand. The course uses a case study and portfolio approach to develop reflective, critical, and analytical thinking on key primary industries, the New Zealand environment, and the associated interactions.
Note(s): This course is only available to approved international students. The Semester One offering will usually start mid-April (Stream site open and pre-visit activities) with the Expedition running for two weeks from late May to early June, and the final assessment due mid-June. This timing has been selected to fit with the North America semesters. Timing for the Study Abroad programme may vary from year to year but will be more or less as described. A minimum of 15 students is required for the course to proceed.
|2020||Semester One non-standard||Distance|
|2021||Semester One non-standard||Distance|
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