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FA C U L T Y Faculty

BOOKLET 2004 – 2005 of Science & Agriculture

  • *

    For B.Sc Agriculture, Human Ecology,

Chemistry & Management, and Com- puter Science & Management, only one of the two (2) A’ Levels need be in an approved science subject; For Computer Science & Management (Maths) and for

Chemistry & Management (Chemistry).

b. i.

satisfy the University requirements for lower level matriculation;


and have obtained passes at CXC Sec- ondary Education, General Proficiency/ Level with grade I or II (or grade III after 1998) or equivalent in Mathematics, En- glish Language and two (2) approved Science subjects (see Appendix I); or



  • iii.

    have obtained a Diploma or Associate degree from an accredited Tertiary Level Institution in Agriculture, Home Economics, Food and Nutrition, Dietetics or Science with normally a minimum average mark of 60%; or other qualifications acceptable to the FSA.

    • N.

      B.: Candidates must also satisfy any relevant departmental regulations)

In order to be admitted to the Diploma in Agricultural Extension candidates must:

  • i.

    be graduates of an approved university; or

  • ii.

    have an approved technical or professional qualification from an approved institution; and have sufficient experience or other relevant qualifications which are deemed by the FSA to be adequate



order to be admitted to the Diploma in

Institutional and Community Nutrition and Dietetics, candidates must have successfully completed:

  • i.

    A Bachelor’s Degree (no more than 5 years prior to application) with major credits in Clinical (Human) Nutrition, Foodservice Systems Management, and Community Nutrition, from an accredited Tertiary Level Institution.

  • ii.

    Applicants who do not qualify for entry as specified at (i) may be required to pursue supplementary Core and Professional courses at the University, to a minimum of 18 credits.

    • iii.

      Selection from suitably qualified applicants will be based on interviews.

  • 5.

    In order to be admitted to the B.Sc. Agri-business Management degree Candidates must satisfy the University requirements for Normal Matriculation . (Passes in any two (2) A’ Level subjects)

  • C.

    Application Procedure

    • 6.

      Applications for entry to the FSA should normally be received on or before January 31 of the year in which the applicant wishes to enter and should be accompanied by:

  • (i)

    official certificates giving details of all examinations passed;

  • (ii)

    a signed statement from parent or guardian, agreeing that the applicant shall become an undergraduate in the FSA;

  • (iii)

    a signed statement from parent or guardian, or from a responsible individual or authority that funds will be available for the payment of fees;

  • (iv)

    an application fee of $30.00 (Bds., EC, J or TT).

Application forms may be obtained from the Registry - Mona, St. Augustine or Cave Hill or from the Resident Tutors in non-campus countries.

Late applications may be accepted on the payment of a late application fee of $40.00.


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