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Bachelor of Crops Science

Objectives 

Bachelor Program of Crops Science aims

  • To train agricultural engineers with political moral qualification and good health;
  • To equip students with a comprehensive knowledge of crops science and provide them practical skills in crops production and modern agricultural techniques in cultivation, crops breeding, biotechnology and plant protection;
  • To enable students speak English fluently and master basic computer skills.

Duration:  4.5 years 

Total required credits: 191 credits 

Candidates

Pupils graduated from high-school

Qualified students must pass the university entry examination with 3 required subjects: Math, chemistry and biology following the enrolment regulations defined by the Ministry of Education and Training, and passed an English test.

 Training process and graduation conditions 

Training program is built based on the training program of crops science of the University of California, UC Davis., one of the top public research universities in the United State. Lecturers are professors who have high expertise in teaching and research. They all pursued their higher education in America, Japan and Holland and used to work there.  The lectures are also given by professors of the University of California, UC Davis.

The training process complies with the credit system of education. Students must complete all compulsory subjects and elective subjects with a total of 191 credits. Students must pass 5.0 marks following the 10 mark bench. In addition, the students must complete an internship course and fulfill a thesis.

Course structure

No

Courses

Number of credits

Number of hours

Total

Theory

Exercise & Practice

REQUIRED COURSES

181

 

 

 

1

General basic courses

93

1395

-

-

2

Soil and crop science courses

44

660

-

-

3

Integrated pest management courses

16

240

-

 

4

Economy and business administration

9

135

135

 

5

Core courses on special topics

7

105

105

 

6

Thesis

12

180

-

-

SELECTIVE COURSES

10

 

 

 

7

Selective courses (related to major)

4

60

60

 

8

Other selective courses

6

90

90

 

 

 

Curriculum  

For more information, please contact:

Ms. Vu Thi Thuy Hang

Tel: 0436.762.892;

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Presentation Day of students

  

Study tour of Students to Sapa