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Diploma Policies

 A student will have met the requirements of the course for graduation if they:

  • (1) have mastered taught technologies with specialized knowledge of the cultivation and utilization of crop and horticultural products.
  • (2) have mastered the professional knowledge of the biological phenomena of crop and horticulture products and experimental techniques.
  • (3) have gained an understanding of the issues and problems of agriculture on a global scale, and those challenges can be addressed appropriately.
  • (4) have acquired skills for research planning, practice, data interpretation and collection, and the ability to make an effective and informative presentation.

Curriculum Policies

  • (1) To establish subjects for students that allow them to learn the relationship between agricultural production and the natural environment, diverse genetic resources and agricultural technologies.
  • (2) To establish subjects for students that allow them to cultivate the ability to cope with problems of crop and horticulture products.
  • (3) To establish subjects for students that allow them to be able to understand agricultural production from an international perspective.
  • (4) To establish subjects for students that allow them to conduct data collection, analysis and presentation skills of research.

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