Plant Food Production and Technology

The Certificate of Competence in Plant Food Production and Technology is a nine (9)-credit certificate that appeals to a new generation of skilled agricultural-food technicians who seek to expand their skills and knowledge in agricultural biotech and related fields. Besides employing people for research and development, the industry also caters to various other agricultural biotech-related fields including horticulture, floriculture, and tissue culture. Agricultural based biotechnologists can also sharpen students’ academic skills by working with food processing or post-harvest technology. Graduates will gain knowledge in propagating, planting, and understanding the uses of plants, as well as skills in tissue culture and food sciences.

Total credits:
9

Overview

Program

Type

Certificate of Competence

Curriculum Guide