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Bachelor of agricultural science%2C horticulture major in University of the fraser valley

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In addition to including the core content offered by Horticulture programs in this field (e.g. nursery, greenhouse, vegetable, fruit production and science), the degree has a strong applied focus. Most of the courses are associated with a laboratory section, practical greenhouse work, and/or field trips.Lab work in Biology, Chemistry, Physical Geography courses provide exposure to laboratory equipment as well as training in report writing and presentations. The Agriculture courses emphasize greenhouse operation, pest diagnosis and treatment, and soil analysis both from a theoretical and practical perspective.The degree includes the following general requirements:13 credits of Business, Statistics and Communication courses,21-22 credits of lower-level Science courses,a minimum of 8 credits at the lower- or upper-level of "Agriculture in society" electives.The requirements for the Horticulture Major include:33 credits of lower-level Agriculture courses,21 credits of upper-level Agrology (Agriculture) courses,14-20 credits of upper-level Biology and/or Physical Geography courses,4-5 credits for one capstone course

BC secondary school graduation or equivalent,Prerequisites for CHEM 110,Prerequisites for BIO 111.Prerequisites for STAT 104

agribusiness companies, greenhouses, research and testing labs, government agencies, industry associations, consulting firms, parks, nature preserves, botanical gardens, and more.


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