|Program Description :||Horticulture and Crop Science Program
Intended Learning outcomes:
On completion of this program it is expected that the students will be able to:
1 - Write pioneer research projects and acquire needed funds and logistical support from local, regional and international resources
2 - Work as a principal investigator and publish in highly ranked scientific journals.
3 - Lead research teams efficiently and professionally.
4 - Prepare and teach courses in the field of horticulture and crop science, and supervise professionally graduate students.
5- Solve effectively problems related to horticulture and crop sciences.
6 - Performs professionally workshops, field days, and scientific bulletins.
7 - Apply modern statistical techniques to reach the best possible solutions.
8 - Apply efficiently the results of experiments and scientific research to develop new ideas in horticulture and crop sciences.
9 - Prepare and implement effectively studies to introduce new crops.
10 - Develop thoughtful techniques to use production inputs to achieve the best results with minimal damage to environment.
11- Develop thoughtful, clear, and consistent perspectives on ethical issues with minimal damage to environment.
12 - Commit to sustainable learning and seeks to generate new knowledge in his specialty.