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The

FA C U L T Y Faculty

BOOKLET 2004 – 2005 of Science & Agriculture

MAJOR IN AGRICULTURAL SCIENCE

LEVEL II

Students admitted into the Major in Agriculture Science are required to do the following courses:

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

Environment

5

AGSL 1000 (AS16B)

Soils and the Environment

4

COMP1011 (CS10M)

Intro. to Information Technology 3

FD11A

Caribbean Civilisation

3

Credit

LEVEL I

SEMESTER I

Course

SEMESTER II

AGBC 1002 [AP10E*]

Course Plant Physiology

Credit 2

Structure and Function of

Plants

4

Structure and Function of

Animals

4

Mathematics for Scientists

3

Introduction to Agriculture

4

Academic Writing for

Different Disciplines

3

3

ABGC 1003 [AP13B]

AGLS 1000 [AL13B]

AGRI 1003 (AG14C) AGRI 1005 (AG16B) FD11B

AGRI 1000

(AG133) Practical Skills – Summer Course

  • *

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

SEMESTER I

AGCP 2000 (AC23A)

AGCP 2001 (AC24B)

AGLS 2002 (AL22B)

Course Bio systems Engineering Principles Principles of Crop Science and Production Animal Nutrition

Credit

3

4 3

AGCP 2002 (AC25A)

Field and Vegetable Crop Production Technology OR Ruminant Production Systems

4

AGLS 3003 (AL36A)

3

AGSL 2000 (AS22B)

AGCP 2002 (AC25A)

Soil Fertility and Fertilizer Technology Field and Vegetable Crop Production Technology

3

4

SEMESTER II

AGRI 2001 (AG21C) AGRI 2002 (AG22C) AGRI 3000 (AG35B) AGLS 2001 (AL21C) AGSL 2001 (AS21D) FD13A

Course

Credit

Tropical Crop Protection Postproduction Technology Statistical Methods

3 3 4

Principles of Livestock Production 4

Soil and Water Management

3

Law, Governance,

Economy and Society

3

*Every student must complete a research project during his/her period of study. The research project would be conducted over two (2) semesters.

Course Management and Economics of Agricultural Production

Credit

and Marketing

4

Operation and Management of Extension Programmes

3

ELECTIVES

AGEX 2001 (AM23B)

AGBU 2002 (AX25B)

In order for students doing the Major in Agriculture Science to complete their degree, they may wish to do an additional approved Major OR one (1) or two (2) Minors. Students registering for this programme must do one research project.

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