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Diploma Policies

 A student will have met the requirement of the department for graduation if they:

  • (1) have learned the basic knowledge related to the agricultural field environment, production process, and the production materials to provide crops safely and securely.
  • (2) have become equipped with the basic knowledge and skills related to the preservation, manufacturing and distribution in the postharvest environment to provide consumers food safely and securely.
  • (3) possess the knowledge and skills related to the qualities either of agricultural crops or food and the evaluation of safety standards.
  • (4) have acquired the basic ability to overcome any matter encountered concerning food safety.

Curriculum Policies

  • (1) General classes related to agricultural science, chemistry and biology are provided in order to study the basic knowledge and skills for further learning in the food and life sciences and a wide range of agricultural knowledge.
  • (2) Specialized classes related to crop production and the preservation, manufacture and distribution in the post-harvest environment are provided to master the knowledge and skills to ensure production of food safely and securely.
  • (3) Practical classes are provided to master the knowledge and skills related to the qualities either of agricultural crops or food and the evaluation of safety standards.
  • (4) Practical skills to overcome any matter that may be encountered are developed throughout the education provided to researches in the Food Safety and Bio-Environmental Science.

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