Agriculture including forestry and fishery, plays a
dominant role in the Philippine economy. The
country's population is predominantly rural (70
percent of the total) and two-thirds of this
population depends on farming for their livelihood.
In terms of employment, about one-half of the labor
force is engaged in agricultural activities.
The Bachelor of Agricultural
Science program is designed to provide a sound knowledge of
scientific, technological, managerial, economic and
sociological principles associated with agriculture.
Below are the Student
Technologist and Entrepreneurs of the Philippines (STEP)
Skills Development Program which are being contested upon
the skills of Agricultural Arts:
1. Asexual Area
Proposal in Animal Production
Plant & Soil double major allows students to experience a
broad range of
agricultural activities before choosing an area of
specialised study. Students are encouraged to become
environmentally aware and work towards
Student Technologists and Entrepreneurs of
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