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Courses

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Courses

Department of Agronomy offers undergraduate and graduate programs.

Undergraduate Program
The department offers a four-year program for undergraduate students leading to the Bachelor of Science in Agronomy. Students must complete a minimum of 128 credit hours.

The required courses with credits in this department are listed as follows:
General Chemistry & Lab [4], Organic Chemistry & Lab [4], Calculus (1 & 2) [6], General Botany & Lab [4], Introduction to Crop Science [2], Introduction to Crop Production [3], Genetics & Lab [4], Statistics [3], Plant Physiology & Lab [4], Experimental Design [3], Crop Breeding [3], Crops (I) & (II) [6], Field Crop Practical (I) & (II) [2], Soil Science & Lab [3], Crop Physiology [3], Plant Disease and Insect Control & Practice [4], Seminar in Agronomy (I) & (II) [2].

Master’s Programs
Our department has two divisions of “Crop Science” and “Biometry”. Each division offers a 1 to 4 year program toward the Master of Science in Agronomy. Candidates for a Master's degree must complete a minimum of 24 credit hours and Master's thesis.

The required courses with credits in master’s programs are listed as follows:
(A) Crop Science Division (Crop Science Group and Genetic Breeding Group)
Seminar*@ [2], Advanced Crop Science* [3], Advanced Crop Physiology* [3], Research Methodology of Crop Physiology* [4], Advanced Crop Breeding@ [3], Research Method in Crop Breeding@ [2].

"*" indicates courses for Crop Science Group; "@" indicates courses for Genetic Breeding Group

(B) Biometry Division
Seminar [2]

Doctoral Programs
Our department has two divisions of “Crop Science” and “Biometry”. Each division offers a 2 to 7 year program toward the Doctor of Philosophy in Agronomy. Candidates for Doctor of Philosophy must have completed a minimum of 18 credit hours and a doctoral dissertation.
The required course with credits in doctoral programs is: Seminar [2]

The doctoral programs leading to the Doctor of Philosophy in Agronomy require the following qualifications: (1) passing the Ph. D. candidacy examination within the first four years (2) one published SCI paper and (3) public presentation of the dissertation approved by the committee.