The Bachelor of Science in Agriculture provides students with knowledge in agricultural chemicals, crop raising, integrated pest management, fertilizers, seed conditioning, and other areas related to the production and quality control in the food and fiber industry. Students will also learn about livestock raising and how to manage a farm or agribusiness.
Students who will complete the first two years of this program will be awarded a Certificate of Agriculture, which can be used to have a technical-vocational training under TESDA. Graduates of this program can become a Licensed Agriculturist by passing the Agriculturist Licensure Examination.
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