Doctor of Philosophy in Agronomy

Graduates of the Ph.D. in Agronomy are expected to:

  1. articulate and discuss the recent advanced  trends and  developments in the  field of agriculture;
  2. work effectively and independently in multidisciplinary and multicultural teams;
  3. generate and share knowledge relevant to specific fields in the study of advances in agriculture;
  4. formulate, package, implement, and evaluate agriculture-related research, development and extension programs, projects and policies;
  5. participate in the generation of new knowledge or in research and development projects;
  6. apply scientific method in the conduct of research activities;
  7. understand and apply the concepts of agricultural productivity and sustainability in the context of regional, national and global development;
  8. engage in agricultural productivity and post production/postharvest handling activities;
  9. promote sound agricultural technologies to various clients and in the manpower development in agricultural sector; and
  10. use IT and other traditional and modern tools, approaches and methods in problem solving, planning, management and other agriculture related activities.

Doctor of Philosophy in Animal Science

Graduates of Ph. D. in Animal Science are expected to: be able to:

  1. articulate and discuss the recent advanced  trends and  developments in the  field of animal science;
  2. work effectively and independently in multidisciplinary and multicultural teams;
  3. generate and share knowledge relevant to specific fields in the study of advances in animal science;
  4. formulate, package, implement, and evaluate agriculture-related research, development and extension programs, projects and policies;
  5. participate in the generation of new knowledge or in research and development projects;
  6. apply scientific method in the conduct of research activities;
  7. promote technologies in enhancing poultry and swine productivity and sustainability in the context of regional, national, and international development;
  8. promote advanced poultry and swine processing technologies;
  9. promote generated technologies in the production of non-conventional feeds for poultry/livestock and aquaculture; and
  10. use IT and other traditional and modern tools, approaches and methods in problem solving, planning, management and other animal production  related activities.

Doctor of Philosophy in Rural Development

Graduates of the Ph.D. in Rural Development are expected to:

  1. articulate and discuss the recent advanced  trends and  developments in the  field of agriculture and rural development;
  2. work effectively and independently in multidisciplinary and multicultural teams;
  3. generate and share knowledge relevant to specific fields in the study of advances in agriculture and rural development;
  4. formulate, package, implement, and evaluate agriculture-related research, development and extension programs, projects and policies;
  5. participate in the generation of new knowledge or in research and development projects;
  6. apply scientific method in the conduct of research activities;
  7. understand and apply the concepts of agricultural productivity and sustainability in the context of regional, national and global development;
  8. engage in agricultural productivity and post production/postharvest handling activities;
  9. promote sound agricultural technologies to various clients and in the manpower development in agricultural sector; and
  10. use IT and other traditional and modern tools, approaches and methods in problem solving, planning, management and other agriculture related activities.

Master of Science in Forestry

The graduates of the MS Forestry program shall be able to:

  1. articulate and discuss the latest developments in the specific field of practice;
  2. work effectively and independently in multidisciplinary and multicultural teams;
  3. act in recognition of professional, social and ethical responsibilities;
  4. generate and share knowledge relevant to specific fields in the study of forestry;
  5. formulate and implement of forestry developments plans and programs;
  6. apply scientific method in the conduct of research activities;
  7. generate and disseminate  technologies in  forest  management-related research development  and extension  programs and projects;
  8. interpret and assess  formulated forest related policies and laws;
  9. use IT and other traditional and modern tools, approaches and methods in problem solving, planning, management and other management activities; and
  10. participate in the generation of new knowledge or in research and development projects.

Master of Science in Agriculture

Graduates of the Master of Science in Agriculture (MSA) are expected to:

  1. articulate and discuss the recent advanced  trends and  developments in the  field of agriculture;
  2. work effectively and independently in multidisciplinary and multicultural teams;
  3. generate and share knowledge relevant to specific fields in the study of advances in agriculture;
  4. formulate, package, implement, and evaluate agriculture-related research, development and extension programs, projects and policies;
  5. participate in the generation of new knowledge or in research and development projects;
  6. apply scientific method in the conduct of research activities;
  7. understand and apply the concepts of agricultural productivity and sustainability in the context of regional, national and global development;
  8. engage in agricultural productivity and post production/postharvest handling activities;
  9. promote sound agricultural technologies to various clients and in the manpower development in agricultural sector; and
  10. use IT and other traditional and modern tools, approaches and methods in problem solving, planning, management and other agriculture related activities.

Bachelor of Science in Agriculture (BSA)

Graduates of the Bachelor of Science in Agriculture (BSA) are expected to:

  1. articulate and discuss the latest development in the field of agriculture (PQF level 6 descriptor);
  2. effectively communicate orally and in writing using both English and Filipino;
  3. work effectively and independently in multidisciplinary and multicultural teams (PQF level 6 descriptor);
  4. act in recognition of professional, social, and ethical responsibility (RA 8435);
  5. preserve and promote “Filipino historical and cultural heritage” (RA 7722);
  6. generate and share knowledge relevant to specific fields in the study of agriculture;
  7. formulate and implement of agricultural developments plans and programs;
  8. apply scientific method in the conduct of research activity;
  9. apply the concepts of agricultural productivity and sustainability in the context of national, regional, and global developments;
  10. engage in agricultural production and post-production activities;
  11. promote sound agricultural technologies to various clients and in manpower development of agriculture attitudes and become environment-conscious and socially responsive individuals;
  12. employ relevant tools in information technology in solving agriculture-related problems;
  13. practice and promote public safety in the use of technology in agriculture;
  14. diagnose and analyze strengths, weaknesses and limitations including opportunities and threats in practicing the agriculture profession; and
  15. ability to participate in the generation of new knowledge or in research and development projects particularly in the field of Agriculture (CMO 46 s. 2012).

Bachelor of Animal Science (BAS)

The graduates of the Bachelor of Animal Science must be able to:

  1. articulate and discuss the latest development in animal science;
  2. effectively communicate orally and in writing using both English and Filipino;
  3. work effectively and independently in multidisciplinary and multicultural teams;
  4. act in recognition of professional, social, and ethical responsibility;
  5. preserve and promote “Filipino historical and cultural heritage”;
  6. apply scientific method in the conduct of research to generate new information and viable animal technologies;
  7. able to participate in the generation of new knowledge in the study of animal science or in research and development projects;
  8. formulate and implement animal development plans and programs;
  9. apply the concepts of animal productivity and sustainability in the context of regional, national, and global developments;
  10. utilize competencies in animal science work required by the local and international animal industries;
  11. engage in animal production and post-production activities;
  12. promote sound and environment-friendly animal production technologies to various clients and in the manpower development of agriculture; and
  13. employ relevant tools in information technology in solving animal-related problems.

Bachelor of Science in Food Technology

Graduates of the Bachelor of Science in Food Technology (BSFT) are expected to:

  1. articulate and discuss the latest development in the field of food science and technology (PQF level 6 descriptor);
  2. effectively communicate orally and in writing both English and Filipino;
  3. display higher level of literacy, numeracy, critical thinking and learning skills needed for higher learning;
  4. work effectively and independently in multi-disciplinary and multi-cultural teams
  5. act in recognition of professional, social, and ethical responsibility;
  6. preserve and promote “Filipino historical and cultural heritage” (based on RA 7722);
  7. generate and share knowledge relevant to food technology;
  8. formulate and implement of food science and development plans and programs;
  9. develop focus and depth in the food science discipline through competency in the following core knowledge areas: food chemistry and analysis, food safety and microbiology, food processing, applied food sciences;
  10. develop technical competence and entrepreneurial skills oriented towards food technology;
  11. recognize and use appropriate technologies, such as computer applications and food laboratory methodologies and other relevant technologies;
  12. participate in the generation of new knowledge or in research and development projects; and
  13. support “national, regional and local development plans.” (RA 7722).

Bachelor of Science in Forestry

Graduates of the Bachelor of Science in Forestry (BSF) are expected to be able to:

  1. articulate and discuss the latest developments in forestry;
  2. effectively communicate orally and in writing using both English and Filipino;
  3. work effectively and independently in multi-disciplinary and multi-cultural teams;
  4. act in recognition of professional, social and ethical responsibilities;
  5. preserve and promote “Filipino historical and cultural heritage”;
  6. generate and share knowledge relevant to specific fields in the study of forestry;
  7. formulate and implement of forestry developments plans and programs;
  8. conduct comprehensive assessment and accounting of forest ecosystem services and resources and social processes using appropriate ICT and related tools and methods;
  9. assess climate change impacts, risks and vulnerabilities, and to prepare climate change adoption, mitigation and disaster risk reduction plan;
  10. formulate, package, implement, and evaluate forest management-related research, development and extension programs, projects and policies;
  11. interpret and  assess formulated forest related policies and laws;
  12. use IT and other traditional and modern tools, approaches and methods in problem solving, planning, management and other management activities; and
  13. participate in the generation of new knowledge or in research and development projects.
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