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The

FA C U L T Y Faculty

BOOKLET 2004 – 2005 of Science & Agriculture

AGCP 3006 (AC32J) PRINCIPLES OF FRUIT CROP PRODUCTION (4 credits)

Prerequisite: AG16B and AL21C Syllabus: Introduction to the status of fruit crop industry with specific reference to tropical crops. The role of fruits in human nutri- tion. The scientific principles of fruit crop growth and yield development. Production principles and technologies used in commercial fruit crop enterprises for selected fruits. Assess- ment of the commercial potential of minor fruits. Current is-

sues and research needs of tropical fruit crops. Assessment: Coursework: 40% Examination: 60%

AGCP 3013 (AC313) RESEARCH PROJECT (CROPS) (3 credits) AGEX (AX508) RURAL SOCIAL SYSTEMS (4 credits)

Syllabus: A systems approach in the analysis of rural social relations. Definition and discussion of primary and secondary groups, roles and social status, geographic and cultural communities. Rural-urban drift and immigration processes. Structural and

social

Caribbean

rural

development.

Policy

issues

and

programmes in the promotion of integrated rural development. Assessment: Coursework 25%

AGCP 3010 (AC38A) ORNAMENTAL HORTICULTURE (3 credits)

Syllabus: Economic and social importance of ornamental horticulture. History of gardens. Establishment and maintenance of orna- mental plantings inclusive of trees, shrubs, turfs and ground covers, and potted plants. Introduction to landscape design. Tropical floriculture for domestic and export markets includ-

ing post harvest handling. Assessment: Coursework: Examination:

40% 60%.

AGEX 2001 (AX25B) OPERATION AND MANAGEMENT OF EXTENSION PROGRAMMES (4 credits)

Prerequisite: Syllabus: Opportunities for programme delivery within communities. Skills for programme development. The support environment for programme delivery. Alternative strategies for community based programmes. Needs assessment methodologies. The Adult Learner. Group Behaviour. Leadership. Evaluation.

Assessing Clients for Programme Delivery. Assessment: Coursework Examination

40% 60%

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