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  • Agribusiness
  • Agricultural Sciences
  • Horticulture

Agricultural Studies - Agribusiness

Introduction

Agribusiness is a course majoring in the research of agriculture products from its production to sales. Consequently, the students of this course not only need to learn the basic knowledge of agriculture, for instance, the yield of crops and its relationship between the season and region, but also the knowledge of the market economy and business management, and agriculture laws, to be familiar with the agricultural products and sales issues.

 

Study Subjects

Agribusiness Entrepreneurship, Agribusiness Financial Management, Agribusiness Marketing, Agribusiness Policy and Regulations, Agribusiness Project Planning and Management, Agribusiness Research Methods, Agribusiness Strategic Management, Agricultural Chemistry, Agricultural Decision Analysis, Agriculture, Environment and Food System, Aquaculture Farm Practices, Basic Agriculture, Commercial Law, Cost and Management Accounting, Crop Production System, Current Issues in Agribusiness, E-Agribusiness, Farm Management, Futures and Options Trading, Livestock and Aquaculture Production Systems, Livestock Production, Management of Agricultural Cooperative, Plantation Management System, Principle of Agribusiness Management, Principle of Agribusiness Marketing, Principles of Economics, Program Development in Agricultural Extension, Quantitative Techniques in Agribusiness, Statistics in Agribusiness

 

Career Opportunities

Graduates may work for the government on the production, processing, marketing, quality monitoring or research of agriculture products. Or they may choose to devote themselves to private industry-related enterprise to in charge of the procurement, sales, market development and the promotion of products.

Agricultural Studies - Agricultural Sciences

Introduction

Agricultural science focuses on studying the plants, crops and manufactured goods and covers the basics of farming and agriculture. Thus, besides learning the knowledge involving the scientific planting method of crops, for examples, the variety, planting, yield, climate and environmental impact, students also need to apply this knowledge onto the variety improvement, product development and research on related technologies. Apart from that, students also study agriculture and planting management, product development, processing and sales.

 

Study Subjects

Agribusiness, Agro-biodiversity, Economics and management of animal and plant production, Entomology, Horticulture, Land and water management, Plant breeding and genetics, Plant pathology, Principles and applications of science, Production techniques, Scientific concepts of agricultural production, Soil science, Systems analysis

 

Career Opportunities

Graduates may serve in the government department or the research institutions such as the National Agriculture Council, to engage in research, technology design, planning, promoting and development work. Other than that, graduates can also choose to work for the private institutions, for instance, the planting landscape and the farm, to take charge of the production, management, quality control and the sales of original and processed products.

Agricultural Studies - Horticulture

Introduction

Horticulture is the studies of the cultivation of horticultural crops, as well as landscaping, and landscape design and construction. Student will not only gain the knowledge of various garden plants, such as cultivation and care methods, Variety improvement, Landscape Design and Management, they will also be taught to enhance their creativity, and aesthetics in their work

 

Study Subjects

Basic Plant Physiology, Plant Pathology, Seed Science, Floral Science, Fruit Cultivation, Vegetable Cultivation, Garden Plant Cultivation, Ornamental Tree Science, Lawn Science, Bonsai and Flower Arrangement Art, Landscape Design, Garden Planning and Design, Urban Green Space System Design and Planning, Soil Quality Science, Farm Management, Economics, Agricultural Marketing

 

Career Opportunities

  • Agriculturist
  • Sales Executives
  • Farm Manager
  • Jobs in areas of agribusiness, allied agricultural and horticultural industries, etc

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  • Agribusiness
  • Agricultural Sciences
  • Horticulture

Agricultural Studies - Agribusiness

Introduction

Agribusiness is a course majoring in the research of agriculture products from its production to sales. Consequently, the students of this course not only need to learn the basic knowledge of agriculture, for instance, the yield of crops and its relationship between the season and region, but also the knowledge of the market economy and business management, and agriculture laws, to be familiar with the agricultural products and sales issues.

 

Study Subjects

Agribusiness Entrepreneurship, Agribusiness Financial Management, Agribusiness Marketing, Agribusiness Policy and Regulations, Agribusiness Project Planning and Management, Agribusiness Research Methods, Agribusiness Strategic Management, Agricultural Chemistry, Agricultural Decision Analysis, Agriculture, Environment and Food System, Aquaculture Farm Practices, Basic Agriculture, Commercial Law, Cost and Management Accounting, Crop Production System, Current Issues in Agribusiness, E-Agribusiness, Farm Management, Futures and Options Trading, Livestock and Aquaculture Production Systems, Livestock Production, Management of Agricultural Cooperative, Plantation Management System, Principle of Agribusiness Management, Principle of Agribusiness Marketing, Principles of Economics, Program Development in Agricultural Extension, Quantitative Techniques in Agribusiness, Statistics in Agribusiness

 

Career Opportunities

Graduates may work for the government on the production, processing, marketing, quality monitoring or research of agriculture products. Or they may choose to devote themselves to private industry-related enterprise to in charge of the procurement, sales, market development and the promotion of products.

Agricultural Studies - Agricultural Sciences

Introduction

Agricultural science focuses on studying the plants, crops and manufactured goods and covers the basics of farming and agriculture. Thus, besides learning the knowledge involving the scientific planting method of crops, for examples, the variety, planting, yield, climate and environmental impact, students also need to apply this knowledge onto the variety improvement, product development and research on related technologies. Apart from that, students also study agriculture and planting management, product development, processing and sales.

 

Study Subjects

Agribusiness, Agro-biodiversity, Economics and management of animal and plant production, Entomology, Horticulture, Land and water management, Plant breeding and genetics, Plant pathology, Principles and applications of science, Production techniques, Scientific concepts of agricultural production, Soil science, Systems analysis

 

Career Opportunities

Graduates may serve in the government department or the research institutions such as the National Agriculture Council, to engage in research, technology design, planning, promoting and development work. Other than that, graduates can also choose to work for the private institutions, for instance, the planting landscape and the farm, to take charge of the production, management, quality control and the sales of original and processed products.

Agricultural Studies - Horticulture

Introduction

Horticulture is the studies of the cultivation of horticultural crops, as well as landscaping, and landscape design and construction. Student will not only gain the knowledge of various garden plants, such as cultivation and care methods, Variety improvement, Landscape Design and Management, they will also be taught to enhance their creativity, and aesthetics in their work

 

Study Subjects

Basic Plant Physiology, Plant Pathology, Seed Science, Floral Science, Fruit Cultivation, Vegetable Cultivation, Garden Plant Cultivation, Ornamental Tree Science, Lawn Science, Bonsai and Flower Arrangement Art, Landscape Design, Garden Planning and Design, Urban Green Space System Design and Planning, Soil Quality Science, Farm Management, Economics, Agricultural Marketing

 

Career Opportunities

  • Agriculturist
  • Sales Executives
  • Farm Manager
  • Jobs in areas of agribusiness, allied agricultural and horticultural industries, etc

Other courses you might be interested...

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