This course provides the student practical training in Agricultural Science. With the assistance of an instructor-coordinator, the student is assigned to work under a supervisor in a governmental department or a private business firm in order to learn through an actual work experience
This course provides instruction in managing a small diversified farm including the efficient use of farm resources, budgeting, credit and finance, planning, decision-making, farm records keeping, labor supervision, and marketing of farm goods. The emphasis of the course is on using t
This course provides the student with theoretical and practical skills in crop protection, including identification and control of insects, weeds, and pathogens. Emphasis in the course is on integrated management of the main crop pests in the Pacific Islands through an understanding o
This course is designed to prepare students for job entry in landscaping private homes, schools, hotels, government buildings, and recreation areas. This course covers landscape arts, style, and design; identification of ornamental and landscape plants; nursery production of ornamenta
This course provides general instruction in the techniques of poultry and swine production, including breed selection, feeding, management, housing and disease control. It emphasizes poultry and swine production in the tropics. AG215 – Modern Livestock and Poultry Production htt
This course introduces the principles of plant growth, classification of crop plants, soils and soil preparation, planting, fertilizing, harvesting, and general management of crop production. The course emphasizes tropical vegetable crops, root crops, and fruit/tree crops.
This course introduces students to the basic principles of plant structure, classification, growth, reproduction, propagation, and utilization. The course emphasizes plant science from an agricultural standpoint, stressing its importance in everyday agriculture.
This course is designed to provide instruction in the principles of efficient animal production. It covers topics in general farm breeds, selection of breeds, anatomy, physiology, genetics, nutrition, feeds and feeding, housing, management, sanitation and animal health and disease con
Soil is a complex matrix of physical, chemical, and biological interactions between its living and nonliving components. This course covers soil identifications, fertility, microbiology, amendments, testing, and practical implications for agriculture.
An orientation to Agricultural Science which provides an overview of the fundamental principles of the field. The course stresses agriculture in the tropics and Micronesia, covering a variety of topics in plant science to animal science. It also introduces students to the various care