Horticulture

[:en]The Horticulture Major prepare students for the production of fruits, vegetables, and ornamentals, and for landscape construction and maintenance.

Horticulture Courses

  1. Geographic Information System (GIS)
  2. Land Used and Planning
  3. Ornamental Plant
  4. Plant Breeding
  5. Olericulture and Pomology
  6. Pest Management
  7. Project Management
  8. Landscaping and Landscape Design
  9. Farm Management

`Career Opportunities

Graduate in the Horticulture have a number of employment opportunities with private industries state and non-governmental organizations such as farm managers, consultants and analysis.

Curriculum

N Courses Credit Code
1 Core Botany 3(2,1) HTC2201
2 Pedology 3(2,1) HTC2202
3 Microbiology 3(2,1) HTC2203
4 Plant Physiology 3(2,1) HTC2204
5 Plant Genetics and Breeding 3(2,1) HTC2205
Sub Total 15 Credits
1 Compulsory Geographic Information System (GIS) 2(1,1) HTC2301
2 Introduction to Statistics 3(2,1) HTC2302
3 Plant Pathology 2(1,1) HTC2303
4 General Entomology 3(2,1) HTC2304
5 Weed Science 3(2,1) HTC2305
6 Plant Protection 3(2,1) HTC3306
7 Soil and Water Management 3(2,1) HTC3307
8 Floriculture (Ornamental and Flower) 3(2,1) HTC3308
9 Olericulture 3(2,1) HTC3309
10 Plant Propagation 3(2,1) HTC3310
11 Pomology (Fruit Science) 2(1,1) HTC3311
12 Research Methodology and Experimental Design 3(3,0) HTC3312
13 Postharvest Technologies 3(2,1) HTC3313
14 Project Management 3(3,0) HTC4314
15 Scientific Writing and Communication 3(3,0) HTC3315
16 Industrial Placement or Internship 3
17 Field Trip I 1
18 Field Trip II 1
19 Undergraduate Seminar 1
Sub Total 48 Credits
1 Prescribed Plant and Soil 2(1,1) HTC2401
2 Land Use and Planning 2(1,1) HTC3402
3 Farm Management 3(2,1) HTC4403
4 Landscaping and Landscape Design 3(2,1) HTC4404
5 Industrial Crop 3(2,1) HTC4405
6 English 1 3(3,0) HTC2406
7 English 2 3(3,0) HTC2407
Sub Total 19 Credits
Free Elective Sub Total 09 Credits
      Thesis 08 Credits
Total of Credit for Whole Program 133 Credits

 [:kh]The Horticulture Major prepare students for the production of fruits, vegetables, and ornamentals, and for landscape construction and maintenance.

Horticulture Courses

  1. Geographic Information System (GIS)
  2. Land Used and Planning
  3. Ornamental Plant
  4. Plant Breeding
  5. Olericulture and Pomology
  6. Pest Management
  7. Project Management
  8. Landscaping and Landscape Design
  9. Farm Management

`Career Opportunities

Graduate in the Horticulture have a number of employment opportunities with private industries state and non-governmental organizations such as farm managers, consultants and analysis.

Curriculum

N Courses Credit Code
1 Core Botany 3(2,1) HTC2201
2 Pedology 3(2,1) HTC2202
3 Microbiology 3(2,1) HTC2203
4 Plant Physiology 3(2,1) HTC2204
5 Plant Genetics and Breeding 3(2,1) HTC2205
Sub Total 15 Credits
1 Compulsory Geographic Information System (GIS) 2(1,1) HTC2301
2 Introduction to Statistics 3(2,1) HTC2302
3 Plant Pathology 2(1,1) HTC2303
4 General Entomology 3(2,1) HTC2304
5 Weed Science 3(2,1) HTC2305
6 Plant Protection 3(2,1) HTC3306
7 Soil and Water Management 3(2,1) HTC3307
8 Floriculture (Ornamental and Flower) 3(2,1) HTC3308
9 Olericulture 3(2,1) HTC3309
10 Plant Propagation 3(2,1) HTC3310
11 Pomology (Fruit Science) 2(1,1) HTC3311
12 Research Methodology and Experimental Design 3(3,0) HTC3312
13 Postharvest Technologies 3(2,1) HTC3313
14 Project Management 3(3,0) HTC4314
15 Scientific Writing and Communication 3(3,0) HTC3315
16 Industrial Placement or Internship 3
17 Field Trip I 1
18 Field Trip II 1
19 Undergraduate Seminar 1
Sub Total 48 Credits
1 Prescribed Plant and Soil 2(1,1) HTC2401
2 Land Use and Planning 2(1,1) HTC3402
3 Farm Management 3(2,1) HTC4403
4 Landscaping and Landscape Design 3(2,1) HTC4404
5 Industrial Crop 3(2,1) HTC4405
6 English 1 3(3,0) HTC2406
7 English 2 3(3,0) HTC2407
Sub Total 19 Credits
Free Elective Sub Total 09 Credits
      Thesis 08 Credits
Total of Credit for Whole Program 133 Credits

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