FA C U L T Y Faculty
BOOKLET 2004 – 2005 of Science & Agriculture
Candidates who fail four (4) or more courses will be required to withdraw from the programme.
Candidates marginally failing three (3) or less courses will normally be allowed a supplementary examination in these courses.
iii. Candidates who fail no more than two (2) courses may be allowed to register for those courses as a final attempt.
Enforced Withdrawal And Resits
Requirements For Graduation
The Diploma in Institutional and Community Dietetics and Nutrition will be awarded on successful completion of all courses.
The Diploma will be awarded with distinction to candidates whose overall average is 70% or greater.
REGULATIONS FOR THE DIPLOMA IN AGRICULTURAL EXTENSION 2004/2005
This programme will be offered subject to a minimum registration of ten (10) students. The course of study for the Diploma in Agricultural Extension is offered over one (1) academic year of full-time study, and consists of lectures, seminars and practical assignments along with field research which can be conducted in any Caribbean country.
Qualifications For Admission
In order to be admitted candidates must:
be graduates of an approved University; or
hold a technical or professional qualification awarded by an approved Tertiary Level Institution in addition to practical experience or other qualifications of special relevance to the course of studies.
Outline Of The Programme
Candidates will be awarded the diploma on successful completion of all the core courses listed below and one of the two elective courses:
CORE COURSES AGEX 5001 (AX502) AGEX 5002 (AX503)
AGEX 5003 (AX504)
AGEX 5004 (AX505)
AGEX 5005 (AX506)
Community Analysis Extension Philosophy and Principles Communications Theory and Practice Current Issues in Agricultural & Rural Development Field Research Project
ELECTIVE COURSES AGEX 5006 (AX507)
Managing Extension for Agricultral and Rural Development Rural Social Systems