Bachelor in Landscaping and Floriculture Program
Program Description :Landscape and Flower Production Program Bachelor degree Intended Learning outcomes: On completion of this program it is expected that the students will be able to: 1- Demonstrate a deep understanding of basic agricultural information and practical skills and employing these concepts efficiently in different work locations. 2 - Apply modern concepts of agricultural systems in landscape and gardening. 3 - Prepare and manage plants precisely. 4 - Improve and develop new landscape and gardening plants. 5 - Apply modern mechanization techniques and employ it in agricultural gardening sector. 6 - Analyze and present solutions for related problems in the production process. 7 - Develop thoughtful, clear, and consistent perspectives on ethical issues with minimal damage to environment. 8 - Communicate and work efficiently with gardens owners, investors and agricultural institutions at the local, regional and international levels. 9 - Employ creative ideas and use production programs that fit the prevailing conditions and meet the needs of the local, regional and international markets. 10 - Apply concepts of research to select, manage and improve plants and their products. 11 - Commit to sustainable learning and critical thinking.
Program Type :Undergraduate
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Program Department :Horticulture and Crop Science
 

School of Agriculture
Department of Horticulture and Crop Science

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