Programs

The department, With an aim to promote basic and applied researches in crop science, effort has been focused on recruiting faculty members with strong background in modern agriculture and bioscience as well. Improving research facilities are also our major concern. In the aspects of teaching and research, the faculty always grasps the progress of high technology. In the applied field, they try hard to contact, guide and solve the problems of nowadays agriculture.

Department of Agronomy offers undergraduate and graduate programs. The undergraduate program prepares the students for a career in various fields of Crop Science as well as for further study. The undergraduate students can flexibly select their studies in any field by their interests and capabilities. The graduate program, leading to the degrees of master of science (M.S.) and doctor of philosophy (Ph.D.), aims to prepare the students especially for a career in teaching and/or research.

Undergraduate Programs

The department offers a four-year program for undergraduate students leading to the Bachelor's degree of science in Agronomy. Students must complete a minimum of 128 credits of course work.

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Master's Programs

The Graduate Institute comprises two divisions of Crop Science and Biometry. Each offers a 1 to 4 year program toward the Masters degree of science in Agriculture. Candidates for a Master's degree must complete a minimum of 24 credits (excluding thesis).

The required courses and credits are listed as following:

Crop Science division

Biometry division

Doctoral Programs

The Graduate Institute comprises two divisions of Crop Science and Biometry. Each offers a 2 to 7 year program toward the Doctor's degree of Agronomy. Candidates for Doctor's degree must have completed a minimum of 18 credits (excluding thesis).

The required course and credits is: Seminar(2)

The program leading to the Doctor of Philosophy in Agriculture requires the following qualifications: (1) passing the Ph. D. candidacy qualification examination within the first four years (2) one published SCI paper and (3) presentation of a dissertation approved by a committee.

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