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    D. Wickham,

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    Sc., Ph.D. (UWI)

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    A. Wilson,

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    Sc. M.Sc. (London-UCWI),

Ph.D. (Brist.)

Nazeer Ahmad, AICTA, M.Sc. (UBC), Ph.D. (Nott.)

Hollman E. Williams, D.V.M (Tor.), M.Sc. (Wis.), Ph.D. (Edin.), M.R.C.V.S.

The

FA C U L T Y Faculty

BOOKLET 2004 – 2005 of Science & Agriculture

Professor Emeritus, Soil Science

COURSE ARRANGEMENT BY YEAR AND SEMESTER OF THE B.SC. AGRICULTURE (General) CORE COURSES

Professor Emeritus, Livestock Science

To complete the B.Sc. Agriculture (General) students must pass the core courses, and a minimum of fifteen (15) credits of elective courses. In addition, all students must complete AG133 (Practical Skills), AG233 (Internship) and AG312 (Research Project).

LEVEL I – CORE COURSE

AGBC 1001 [AP10C*)

Cell Biochemistry

2

AGBC 1000 [AP10B]

Cell Biochemistry and Genetics

4

AGRI 1001 [AG13B]

Microbiology 1

2

AGRI 1004 (AG15B)

Economic and Social Environment5

AGSL 1000 (AS16B)

Soils and the Environment 4

COMP 1011

Intro . to Information Technology 3

FD11A

Caribbean Civilisation

3

Senior Lecturer, Crop Production

Professor Emeritus, Crop Science

B.Sc. AGRICULTURE (General)

Students admitted into the B.Sc. Agriculture programme in the academic year 2004-2005 are required to complete the courses given below.

SEMESTER I Course

Credit

AGBC 1002 [AP10E*] AGLS 1000 [AL13B]

Course Plant Physiology

Credit 2

Structure and Function of Animals

4

SEMESTER II

AGBC 1003 [AP13B] AGRI 1003 (AG14C) AGRII 1005 (AG16B) FD11B

Structure and Function of Plants 4

Mathematics for Scientists

3

4

Introduction to Agric Academic Writing for

ulture

Different Disciplines (AGRI 1000) AG133 Practical Skills – Summer Course

  • *

    To be taken by COAJ/CASE admissions to Part II only

3

3

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