A certificate is awarded to students who have received a certain type of education or who have passed tests required to obtain it. With this academic document, individuals are given opportunities to achieve higher education or a job related to the skills they learned.
An agronomy program typically provides students with a science-based course load. Programs focus on studying plants and soil, along with policies, issues and concerns for the agriculture industry. Possible courses include soil conservation, crop genetics and global farming issues.
The USA remains the world’s most popular destination for international students. Universities in the US dominate the world rankings and the country also offers a wide variety of exciting study locations. State university systems are partially subsidized by state governments, and may have many campuses spread around the state, with hundreds of thousands of students.
The Certificate of Competence in Food Production and Technology is a competency-based program to create skilled agricultural-food technicians and enhance the skills and k
The Certificate of Competence in Food Production and Technology is a competency-based program to create skilled agricultural-food technicians and enhance the skills and knowledge of existing agricultural biotech employees and incumbent workers in other related fields.
The Certificate of Competence in Plant-Food Production and Technology is a credit certification program requiring a total of 9 credits. Select three of the following classes:
BOT 105 - Ethnobotany (3 credits)
BOT 130 - Plants in Hawaiian Environment (4 credits)
BOT 160 - Identification of Tropical Plants (3 credits)
BOT 199 - Independent Study (2 -3 credits)
AG 120 - Plant Science (3 credits)
AG 149 - Plant Propagation (3 credits)
AG 152 - Orchid Culture (3 credits)
FSHN 185 - Human Nutrition (3 credits)