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The

FA C U L T Y Faculty

BOOKLET 2004 – 2005 of Science & Agriculture

ELECTIVES

Agri-business students are required to complete six (6) cred- its of electives from the courses listed below:

  • B.

    Sc. HUMAN ECOLOGY SPECIALISATIONS:

    • I.

      NUTRITION AND DIETETICS II CONSUMER SCIENCES

Course Codes AGEX 3000 (AX30A)

AL21B MS33C MS23B

AC33A AC34A

AGEX 3002 (AX36A)

HUEC 3007 (AH35A) AGBU 3007 (AM37A)

Course Technology Transfer in Agriculture Livestock Production Entrepreneurial Studies Caribbean Business Environment Post Harvest Technology Biometrical Methods in Agriculture

Credits

3 4 3

3 3

4

Communication Skills for Agricultural Professionals Law and the Family New Venture Creation and Management

3 3

4

1.

Students entering Year 1 will be required to pass the following courses:

LEVEL I Year 1

SEMESTER I Course AGRI 1001 (AG13B) AGRI 1000 (AG13C) AGRI 1004 (AG15B)

MS15E

HUEC 1003 (AH12B) HUEC 1001 (AH10C)

Microbiology I Microbiology II Economic & Social Environment Introduction to Financial Accounting Introduction to Nutrition Food Science University Foundation Course

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HUEC 2009 (AH25B) AC38A AGBU 3004 (AM34A)

MS21E MS30D MS33A GENS 3260 (NS21B) AGBU (AM33D)

Family Resource Management 3

Ornamental Horticulture Agricultural Finance and Farm Credit Introduction to E-comme

rce

3

3 3

Marketing Planning

3

Small Business Management Gender and Science Introduction to Ecotourism:

3 4

Product Design & Management4

SEMESTER II Course HUEC 1004 (AH13B) AG14C MS15F COMP 1011

LEVEL II

Introduction to Foods Mathematics for Scientists Introduction to Accounting Introduction to Information Technology University Foundation Course

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  • *

    Courses may also

Entrepreneurship minor.

be

selected

from

the

The programme for Level II is listed below: The core courses are common to both specialisations.

*NB: Elective Courses may include any advanced course offered by FSA, or courses from other Faculties with the approval of the Dean provided that the prerequisites for the courses are satisfied.

Year 2

CORE COURSES

SEMESTER I Course HUEC 2001(AH21A)

AGEX 3002 (AX36A)

PS11B

HUEC 2000 (AH20A)

Basic Human Anatomy & Physiology Communication Skills for Agri. Professionals Introduction to Social Psychology Biochemistry

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