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The

FA C U L T Y Faculty

BOOKLET 2004 – 2005 of Science & Agriculture

ELECTIVE COURSES

2.

B.Sc. Human Ecology students are required to pass a minimum of six (6) credits of elective courses.

Code Credits AH31C

PS24D

Advanced Flat Pattern Development Selected Theories in Social Psychology

Course Title

3

3

Development of Technology

3

Advanced Apparel Design and

Construction

3

PS24E HUEC (AH37C)

QUALIFICATIONS FOR ADMISSION

To be admitted to read for the Diploma in Agricultural Extension, candidates must:

  • i.

    be graduates of an approved University; or

  • ii.

    hold an approved technical or professional qualification award by an approved body; and have, in the opinion of the University, practical experience or other qualifications of special relevance to the course of studies.

Candidates will be awarded the diploma on successful completion of all the core courses and one of the two elective courses:

AC33A AC34A

AC38A

AGBU 3000 (AM30C) AGBU 3001 (AM32A) AGBU 3004 (AM34A)

AGBU 3006 (AM36A)

AGBU 3005 (AM35B)

AGEX 2001 (AX25B)

AGEX 3003 (AX39A) SY31C

Post harvest Technology Biometrical Methods in Agriculture Ornamental Horticulture

Farm Business Management Marketing and Price Analysis Agricultural Finance & Farm Credit Agricultural Project Appraisal & Implementation Introduction to Quantitative Methods in Economics Operation and Management of Extension Programmes Gender Issues in Agriculture Sociology of Health

3

4 3 4 4

3

3

3

4 3 3

CORE COURSES AGBU 3004 (AM34A)

AGBU 3006 (AM36A)

AGBU 3005 (AM35B)

AGEX 2001 (AX25B)

AGEX 3003 (AX39A)

ELECTIVE COURSES AGEX 5006 (AX507)

AGEX (AX508)

Agricultural Finance & Farm Credit Agricultural Project Appraisal & Implementation Introduction to Quantitative Methods in Economics Operation and Management of Extension Programmes Gender Issues in Agriculture

3

3

3

4 3

Managing Extension for Agricultural and Rural Development Rural Social Systems

GENS 3260 (NS21B)

Gender and Science

4

  • *

    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.

DIPLOMA IN AGRICULTURAL EXTENSION

The course of study for the Diploma in Agricultural Extension will be completed over one (1) academic year of full-time studies, consisting of lectures, seminars and practical assignments along with field research which can be conducted in any Caribbean country.

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