Department of Plant Science

Bachelor (Licence) in

Agronomy (BSc. .A.)

GOAL

This will make you a bachelor general agronomist with scientific knowledge in the field, an overview of agricultural production systems, an understanding of the agricultural reality, as well as personal skills and mastery of communication to provide services- Agri-Environmental Advisory and about the soil, crops and livestock.

During your training, you will be studying on the development, adaptation, dissemination and popularization of agricultural production methods. You gain the skills to ensure sustainable practices by assessing development projects soils, crops and livestock and the implementation of the regulatory framework for agricultural production. You will explore various opportunities for marketing of agricultural and food products.

The program includes joint training in economics and management, and in the three main agricultural fields or soil and the environment, crops and animal production.

Abilities

Love nature and science. Wanting to apply science to analyze and solve problems. Be versatile, loving transmit knowledge and counsel people. Having the ability to communicate and work in teams. Be autonomous, have the entrepreneurial knowledge and show initiative.

Opportunity

As an agronomist, you will be asked to intervene mainly in agricultural areas but also in urban and suburban environments. You will visit agricultural enterprises, observe production systems, gather data and analyze them in order to make a diagnosis and to make recommendations before making follow-up with producers.

You will practice a profession exclusive exercise that involves the application, communication, extension, education or development of principles, laws and agricultural processes. You will be able to assume different functions with competence in relation to the agronomic consulting service. Employment prospects are excellent, and very competitive salaries.

Professional Development

Officer Agent or research assistant agronomist 

Agricultural adviser agronomist 

Agronomist Consultant 

Sales Representative

Teacher

Business Manager

Manager of programs and projects

Specialized Journalist popularizer

Employers

Agronomists

Consultancies

Research centers

Companies

Agricultural Companies which supply farms

Advisory service firms

Educational institutions

Government Agencies

Agricultural producers

Combinations

CONTINUATION OF STUDIES FOR GRADUATE

This leads to bachelor graduate studies in agricultural sciences, particularly in the following disciplines: agroforestry, plant biology, animal science, soil and environment, food microbiology and integrated rural development.

CONDITIONS OF ADMISSION

All requirements must be met when undertaking the program.

The applicant must meet the following conditions:

Be 18 years or older.

Hold a high school diploma (Bac II) or its equivalent.

Having left school early.

Applicants presenting a combination of education and relevant experience deemed equivalent to that required of the holder applicant may be eligible as a result of the analysis of the file.

The program is limited enrollment, the number of places is very limited.

Selection criteria

The application is analyzed on the basis of the quality of academic record.

Laptop

In undertaking its program, the student must acquire, from the first session, a portable computer equipped with a number of software, allowing the applicant to undertake the course of his research. Proficiency in basic computer functions and common software is essential. Introductory courses to specialized software are offered outside the program.

Knowledge of French

The student admitted to the EA must comply with the provisions relating to the application of the Policy on the use of French at the University GOC

Non-francophone candidate

The candidate whose language of instruction in primary and secondary education is not the French must demonstrate a minimum level of knowledge of the French language. His skills in written French will be assessed on arrival and, where applicable, a patch French courses could be added to its journey.

 

PROGRAM STRUCTURE

GRADE

Bachelor (Licence) in Agronomy Sciences (BSc. .A.)

*This page presents the official version of the program. The University G.O.C. reserves the right to change the content without notice.

AGN – Agronomy 7

AGN210 Special Topics in Agronomy

Professional practice in agronomy AGN3100

AGN3500 Professional Internship agronomy

AGN3510 international and intercultural Internship agronomy

AGN3520 Professional training in agronomy research

AGN3950 professional integration Internship agronomy

EHE – Studies 194 off-premises

EHE1AGN Studies – International profile – Bachelor in Agronomy


TRACKING PROGRAM

GENERAL(63 CREDITS)

BCM-1903 Biochemistry and Metabolism (3 credits)

Description

Classification and nomenclature of amino acids, carbohydrates, lipids and nucleic acids. Overview of the energy metabolism of plants and animals. Basics of Bioenergetics and enzymology. Study of photosynthesis and photorespiration. Description of the main pathways of energy metabolism. Integration and control of these metabolic pathways.

PLG-1001: Sustainable Crop Production (3 credits)

Description

Introduction to the concepts and techniques of sustainable crop production. Notions of domestication of plants for agriculture, grain production, fodder and vegetables. Sustainable governance cultures: fertilization and biological control, symbioses, tropical and temperate agroforestry crops. The course is offered in modules presented by industry experts. Visits to agricultural enterprises.

PLG-1002: Anatomy and plant morphology (3 credits)

Description

Phylogenetic study of vascular plants and spermatophytes. Morphology, anatomy, histology and development of vegetative and reproductive organs. Depth study of vegetative meristems. Elements floral biology and embryology. Classification of inflorescences and fruits. Practical: microscopic observations of cells, tissues and plant organs.

SAN-1003: Sustainable Livestock Production (3 credits)

Description

Introduction to the breeding of farm animals in a context of sustainable development. Definition of sustainable development and its technical and economic aspects, environmental and social, including animal welfare, as they apply to livestock and their products. Characterization and visit of the main breeding territory (milk, pork, beef, poultry, eggs, sheep, goats and fish). Recognition of the strengths and limitations in terms of sustainable development of farming systems. Complementary activities related to training and agricultural profession.

SLS-1000: Soil Science (3 credits)

 Description

Following a brief history of soil science, this course covers among others: the concept, soil as a three phase system, the physical properties (texture, structure, etc.), physicochemical (pH, capacity exchange, etc.) and biological (micro-organisms, bio-geochemical cycles, etc.), water, soil, organic matter of the soil fertility, soil formation, classification and soil conservation , etc.

JMA-1003: Accounting Agribusiness (3 credits)

Description

Application of accounting principles to the information needs and accounting analyzes of agricultural and food companies. Accounting cycle, structure and use of financial statements. Accounting system of agricultural and food companies.

BIO-1003: General microbiology and laboratory (3 credits)

 Description

Bacterial structure. Bacterial growth. Viruses, molds, yeasts. Notions of immunology and pathology. Antimicrobial agents. Bacterial genetic elements. Concepts applied to the laboratory.

GAE-1900: Introduction to Agricultural Engineering (3 credits)

 Description

Systems of SI units. Environmental control principles for animal and plant production. Principles of mechanization of crop production and conservation of agricultural products. Hydrological cycle. Appearance of water management engineering and soil conservation. Cultural operations and tillage.

SAN-1001: Anatomy and animal physiology (3 credits)

 Description

This course aims to give basic training in anatomy and physiology of animals to all students of agronomy program. It is primarily the study of anatomical characters of different devices (skeletal, muscular system, etc.) of farm animals and understanding of their functioning. The knowledge gained in this course therefore enable future agronomists to understand the concepts inherent to food, reproduction, development, and animal behavior.

SLS-1300: Soil Chemistry (3 credits)

Description

Soil chemistry. Individual chemistry of agronomic and environmental importance elements. Their forms and activities in the soil solution. The phenomena of exchange, alteration, redox, salinity and acidity. The soil organic matter: properties and role. The chemistry of submerged soils. The physicochemical and chemical methods used in agricultural practice, study of soils and environmental studies.

AGN-2500: Internship in agricultural production (6 credits)

Description

This summer course takes place over a period of at least 12 weeks in a farm, between the first and second years of study. The aim of the course is to become familiar with the farming community, agricultural production and food processing environment. The student must demonstrate oral and written way, it includes the operation of the company as a whole and the place of the company in its physicosocial environment. The student shall also develop an adequate vision of its future role as a professional agrologist.

JMA-2000: Management of the farm

 Description

During economic and financial management of the farm business. Balance sheet analysis, results analysis and investment projects and risk management, business diagnosis. The systems approach and the consulting aspect to the farmer are taken into account in all cases discussed. The teaching method is essentially based on case studies.

BIO-2905: Plant Physiology Growth and Development (3 credits)

 Description

Plant-water relationship: absorption, translocation and sweating. Mineral nutrition of the plant: essential elements and functions, absorption and translocation of minerals. Photosynthesis, biosynthesis, respiration, organic translocation. Growth and development: germination, dormancy, phytohormonale and chemical regulation, thermopériodicité, vernalization, photoperiodism. Practical application.

SAN-2000: Animal nutrition (3 credits)

 Description

Description nutrients including their chemical nature, their function and origin. General processes of metabolism of carbohydrates, lipids and proteins. Deficiency symptoms and function of minerals and vitamins. Comparative study of nutritional requirements of various animal species.

BIO-1902 Introduction to Genetic Analysis (3 credits)

Description

Mendelian genetics. Chromosome theory. Genetic linkage and chromosome mapping. Cytogenetics. Structure and function of DNA. DNA manipulation. Transgenesis. Regulation of gene expression. Mechanisms of genetic change. Genomics. Quantitative genetics. Population genetics. Ethics and genetics.

PHI-2902: Ethical issues in contemporary food (3 credits)

Description

The course highlights the ethical issues raised by today’s agriculture and food. It places special emphasis on a number of aspects relating to the production, processing and utilization of agricultural products for human consumption, including food safety, genetic modification of animals and plants Food insecurity and the fight against obesity. While allowing the student to gain a better understanding of the ethical component of societal challenges posed by agriculture and food, the course also helps strengthen the reflexive skills in the articulation of an enlightened individual position .

SLS-3000: Fertilizing soils (3 credits)

Description

History of fertilization. Elements of limiting plant growth. Foliar diagnostics. Soil-plant relationships. Analyses of soil and plants. Curves production and analysis group in soil fertility. Board of fertilization and liming. Organic and mineral fertilizers. Fertilizer blends. Fertilizer application. Fertilization programs.

STT-1920: Statistical Methods (3 credits)

 Description

Descriptive statistics, overview of probability theory, binomial and normal distribution, estimation and hypothesis testing on the parameters of one and two populations, analysis of variance, regression and correlation, frequency tables.

JMA-2900: Layout market for agricultural products (3 credits)

Description

Special features of agricultural trade. Specificities of public and collective interventions. Operating modes in the collective marketing of agricultural products. Case Study by product sector.

AGN-3100: Professional Practice in agronomy (3 credits)

Description

This course is aimed at the professional practice, and particularly the Board, in its theoretical dimensions, technical and ethical. It further seeks to understand the context in which it is updated, or the world of organizations. It will therefore issue the advisory function, skills and competencies to be developed, as well as the analysis of the main components of the organizations that affect one way or another professional intervention.

AGN-3101: agro environmental management of agricultural enterprises (3 credits)

description

Haitian agricultural environment, creation of an agro-environmental fertilization plan, Regulation farms, approaches and systems assessments, crop fertilization, use and crop rotation, nitrogen and mineral balances of farms, processing and treatment of effluents, management odors Council agri-environment, agronomic practice, conduct and ethics.

RULE 1-3 AMONG CREDITS

 

PLG-3100: Seminar in Plant Science (3 credits)

 Description

Introduction to writing and oral and visual presentation of scholarly works on topics related to plant biology or plant production.

SAN-3100: Seminar in Animal Science (3 credits)

 Description

The student attends virtual information sessions on bibliographic research methods, writing a scientific report, preparation of audiovisual materials and ways to properly report orally. Thereafter, it is required to put this teaching into practice by drafting and presentation of a scientific report. Finally, the student must improve his knowledge by attending seminars of other students in the group.

SLS-3100: Seminar floors (3 credits)

Description

In third or fourth year, written and oral presentation of a personal work or literature review related to the science of soil or soil-plant-water relations.

OTHER REQUIREMENTS 51

RULE 1-6 AMONG TO 12 CREDITS

GAE-1004: Process of Soil-Water Systems (3 credits)

Description

Soil Texture; mechanical analysis; structural state; slaking crust; structural crust; aerating the soil; porous media; water content; energetic state of the water; Total potential; hysteresis; load profile; retention curve; Darcy law; hydraulic conductivity; homogeneity and isotropy; saturated environment; unsaturated media; diffusion equation; solute transport; advective flows; diffusive flux; energy transfer; energy balance; thermal properties of the soil; soil compaction; bearing capacity; limit voltage; farm machinery; wind erosion, water erosion; Modelling water erosion; integrated management of water catchment areas.

SLS-2200: Bioclimatology (3 credits)

Description

Factors modifying solar energy before coming to the ground. Radiative balance. Energy balance analysis in relation to agricultural production. Heat flow in soil. Action of radiation and sensible heat on plants. Latent heat and evapotranspiration. Problems frosts. Bioclimatic zones.

SLS-2300: Genesis and classification of soils (3 credits)

 Description

Soil: horizon pedon series. Genesis forming factors. Systematic soil: Detailed study of soil classification system. Practical work: interpretation of soil maps, photo-interpretation. Laboratories (three to four) on the ground.

SLS-3302: Pesticides and the Environment (3 credits)

Description

History on the use of pesticides. Pesticide classification target, mode of action, biochemical response, selectivity, the stage of application, the chemical nature and the danger of Use. IPM principles. The pesticide formulations. Use and handling of pesticides. Absorption and transport of pesticides in plants. Transformations of pesticides. Movement of pesticides in soil, water and air. Effects of pesticides on living organisms. Federal and provincial legislation related to pesticides.

RULE 2-6 To 12 AMONG CREDITS

PLG-3201: Horticulture (3 credits)

 Description

Genetic and physiological factors in horticulture. Biology of the main species of fruit and vegetables. Adaptation and economic importance. Production technology.

PLG-3202 Cereals and corn (3 credits)

Description

Origin, description and distribution of major cereals and corn. Analysis of factors of production. Determination of major yield losses. Use and marketing of grains and corn.

PLG-3204: oilseed and fiber plants (3 credits)

 Description

History, origin, distribution, morphological, development efficiency, AE constraints and use of oilseed plants (soy, canola, sunflower, pea, dry bean, faba bean, lentil, chickpea) and fiber crops (flax, hemp) nationally and internationally, with a particular focus on crops adapted to Haiti. Analysis of agricultural practices in a context of sustainable agriculture, production costs and marketing in Haiti for species that are grown there.

PLG-3206: Forage (3 credits)

Description

Grasses and hay and pasture legumes. Species, cultivars and blends. Implementation, control and maintenance of meadows and pastures. Silage. Grass.

PLG-4054: Production of agricultural biomass for energy purposes (3 credits)

Description

Presentation of the issues of production and utilization of agricultural biomass for energy and the main production chains of biofuels. Soil and climate requirements and modes of production of crops for ethanol production. Comparison of biomass production of saccharide (sweet sorghum) amlyacées (corn, wheat) and lignocellulosic (switchgrass, miscanthus, willow)

 

RULE 3-6 AMONG TO 12 CREDITS

SAN-3201: Beef production (3 credits)

Description

Study of the characteristics of the beef industry. Study of the application of principles of genetics, nutrition and physiology to all forms of beef production. Notions of technical-economic management and preventive medicine applied to the production of beef.

SAN-3202: Milk production (3 credits)

Description

This course aims to develop a better understanding of milk production by diagnosing problems encountered in herds of our campaigns. Topics include: sources of information; dairy industry; profitability, breeding strategy; feeding programs; diagnostic comfort, udder health and milk quality.

SAN-3203: Poultry production (3 credits)

Description

Classification, distribution and economic importance of the main poultry species. Origin and description of the main races. Genetic improvement (lines, hybrids, etc.). Biology and physiology of birds and flesh lay. Incubation and development of the embryo. Board breeding and feeding programs. Hygiene, health and various treatments. Poultry products: eggs and meat. Environment and welfare. Costs of production and marketing.

SAN-3204: Swine Production (3 credits)

Description

Integration of the principles of nutrition, physiology, genetics and technical-economic management to optimize swine production while appealing to critical thinking, judgment and observation of the student. Notions of preventive medicine and environmental protection. Laboratories including farmed tours and real case studies in the field.

RULE 4-0 AMONG TO 18 CREDITS

Animal production

SAN-2200: Principles of hygiene and animal pathology (3 credits)

 Description

Detailed study of the fundamental principles in hygiene, parasitology, pharmacology and animal pathology. Interactions between physiology, nutrition, ethology, the environment and health of animals.

SAN-2201: Behaviour and Animal Welfare (3 credits)

 Description

Study of fundamental and applied concepts of farm animal behavior with emphasis on animal welfare. This course aims to familiarize students with specific behaviors to livestock, to raise awareness of the welfare and the ethics of animal use and to enhance their critical thinking towards modern practices breeding.

SAN 2202: Reproductive Physiology (3 credits)

 Description

Reproduction course with emphasis on pets during which will be discussed the following topics: endocrinology, physiology of reproductive organs, folliculogenesis, spermatogenesis, fertilization, implantation, placentation, induction of parturition and lactation. In addition, reproduction intervention methods will be explained: insemination, in vitro fertilization, embryo transfer and new biotechnologies.

SAN-2203: Improvement and animal genetics (3 credits)

 Description

History of animal breeding. Overview of basic concepts in genetics and population genetics. Traits of interest for the main species breeds in Haiti. Impact of selection and inbreeding. Cytogenetics. Chromosomal regions of research associated with traits of interest. Marker assisted selection. Future of genetic improvement and conservation of these genetic resources.

SAN-3200: Animal feed (3 credits)

Description

Portrait of the Haitian animal feed sector and laws and regulations. Characteristics and nutritional value of the main ingredients and additives for use as farm animal feed. Determination of nutritional needs of farm animals. Formulation of food mixtures that meet the nutritional needs as well as technological, economic, environmental or regulatory. Hot topics (eg. GMOs, animal meal and antibiotic growth factors).

SAN-3205: Sheep Production (3 credits)

 Description

Integration of the principles of nutrition, reproduction, genetics and herd management to optimize sheep production while appealing to critical thinking, judgment and observation of the student. Herd organization, genetic selection, productivity improvement methods. Factory Tours of sheep. The course is given every two years, in the fall of even years.

SAN-3206: Goat Production (3 credits)

Description

This course is for people who are particularly interested in goat production. The general objective is to present the theoretical and practical aspects linked to the breeding of this production, and the processing and marketing to enable the student to integrate this knowledge into a global vision.

SAN-3207: Aquaculture Production (3 credits)

 Description

The general objective of this course is to present the theoretical and practical aspects of aquaculture production and allow the student to integrate them into an overall vision. The course provides an overview of activities related to fish farming. It also includes an introduction to other aquaculture species farmed.

 

Plant production

BIO-2300: Taxonomy of Haiti plants (3 credits)

Description

Study of the most important families of vascular plants of the flora of Haiti. Introduction to bryophytes. Use of floras.

BIO-2901: Plant Pathology (3 credits)

Description

Main abiotic diseases (acid rain) and biotic: symptoms, etiology, pathogenesis, epidemiology. Major pathogens: fungi, bacteria, viruses, viroids and nematodes. Physiology of plant-pathogen interactions. Main control methods: chemical, genetic and biological. New developments in research.

BIO -3900 : IPM Principles (3 credits )

Description

Theory and principles of integrated pest diseases and plant pests arthropods. Integration of chemical approaches, cultural and biological. Use and biological attributes of the natural enemies to pathogens and arthropod pests. Haitian problematic.

PLG -1102 : Agricultural Entomology (3 credits )

Description

General biology and ecology of insects and related arthropods. Elements systematically . Study of the major pests in agriculture: their biology and methods of intervention. Practical work on the criteria for identifying the main orders of insects . Observations of insect pests and natural enemies . Excursions and mounting a collection.

PLG -3200 : Plants and ornamental crops (3 credits)

Description

The plants used for the purpose of exterior ornamentation are becoming more numerous. After presenting various factors that may influence the choice of a plant as well as the principles of culture in the ground and growing in pots, describes the characteristics of species and cultivars belonging to more than 140 botanical species. Environmental conditions that suit each are also mentioned.

PLG- 3203: Nursery Crops (3 credits)

Description

After outlining the current situation of nursery production, this course presents the key elements to establish, develop and lead a nursery. The main methods used are described multiplication and general principles of the control plants grown in the ground and in containers are studied in detail. Some aspects of inventory, standardization and marketing are discussed.

PLG- 3205: Weeds (3 credits)

Description

Part of biology, ecology and physiology of weeds, interference notions of competition and allelopathy . Part II: Principles of fight against weeds: Cultural struggles, biological and chemical.
Laboratory: Identification of weeds in crops; experiment in the greenhouse.

PLG- 3207 : Greenhouse Crops (3 credits )

Description

The course aims to present the various aspects greenhouse crop. It is divided into two parts: the first concerns the environment of the greenhouse and the main production equipment, while the second focuses more on cropping areas. The following topics are covered in the first section: construction and greenhouse covers, heating, ventilation, artificial lighting, carbon dioxide enrichment, control of relative humidity, the culture media and systems computerized control. The second section covers the main greenhouse crops or the flower and vegetable crops.

DDU-2000: Sustainable Planning (3 credits)

Description

Study of the most important families of vascular plants of the flora of Haiti. Introduction to bryophytes. Using flores.

GAE-1001: Environmental problems in food (3 credits)

Description

The physical environment and resources (water, air, soil, fauna, flora, solar, etc.). The human in the environment (health, economy, etc.). Human activity and the environment (fishing, agriculture, forestry, industry, urbanization). The importance of the environment for agriculture and food processing. Environmental issues. The concept of sustainable agriculture. The approach balances. The approach of environmental indicators. The means of intervention.

GAE-2000: Agricultural Hydrology and Environment (3 credits)

Description

Climate and hydrology. frequency analysis. Watershed. Rainfall. Infiltration. Evapotranspiration. Hydrograph. Separation of hydrograph. runoff volume. Classification of pollutants. Mechanisms of agricultural diffuse pollution. Nitrogen environment. Phosphorus pollution. Organic contaminants in the environment. Become pesticides. Hydrological modeling of water quality.

GAE-3001: Drainage (2 credits)

Description

Underground drainage in Quebec. Principles and methods of soil remediation. Principles of groundwater flow. Drainage patterns. Design criteria. Tablecloth control and underground irrigation. Filter materials. Installation.

GAE-3005: river management and conservation of soil (2 credits)

Description

Fundamentals of hydraulic free surface flows. Development of rivers. Development of water grassed waterways. Culverts. protection structures. energy sinks thresholds. Wind and water erosion. Evaluation of soil loss by erosion. soil conservation techniques. Management of aquatic habitats.

GAE-3006: Irrigation (3 credits)

Description

Historical importance of irrigation. Irrigation requirements. Types of irrigation systems. Design of irrigation systems. Determining costs. Water supply. Quality of irrigation water. Pumping. sprinkler irrigation systems. Hydraulic design of pipe networks. Surface irrigation. Micro-irrigation. CROPWAT software.

GGR-4600: Computer Assisted Cartography (3 credits)

Description

Presenting an overview of the concepts, methods and techniques of computer-aided mapping. Allow the student to acquire the skills necessary to perform, using a computer, representations commonly used in thematic mapping, in accordance with the concepts and methods of mapping.

 

 

Land and Environment

GMT-1005: Fundamentals of Geographic Information Systems (3 credits)

Description

Introduction to Geographic Information Systems (GIS). knowledge and skills needed to understand the spatial reference, implementation and analysis of relational databases, the rules of thematic cartography and types of geometric structures (raster and vector). Notions on data acquisition (eg. GPS), preparation and publishing of geospatial data. Experimentation of metric and topological spatial analysis operations. This course has important practical work with ArcGIS software and MS Access. The student must have a good knowledge of computing.

SLS-2302: Geography of soils (3 credits)

Description

Different classification systems study (France, Canada, USA, FAO). edaphic phenomena that influence the global distribution of soil. Characterization and soil formation processes: ultisols, oxisols, Andosols vertisols. Working staff from soil maps, climatic, geological and vegetation.

SLS-2900: Microbiology and soil biochemistry (3 credits)

Description

Soil: habitat for microorganisms and their reactions. Methods used in the study of soil organisms. Soil organisms. carbon cycling and soil organic matter. Decomposition of organic residues. The nitrogen cycle. Influence of soil environment on soil microflora. Influence of microflora in the soil environment. Interactions between soil microorganisms and vegetation: rhizosphere, symbioses. Interactions between the terrestrial microorganisms.

SLS-4000: Environmental Soil Sciences (3 credits)

Description

Concepts of environment, pollution and sustainable land management. State agricultural and urban environments. Environmental elements of agricultural soils, forestry, urban and industrial. ecological functions of soils. Sol system sensitivity to chemical and biological stress. Quality criteria for soil and water. Diffuse pollution by nitrates and phosphates. organic and bacterial pollution from agriculture. Toxicity reactions and xenobiotics (pesticides and other compounds) in soils. Dynamics of toxic trace elements in the soil-plant-water systems. air pollution and soil functioning. Recycling of the elements contained in the waste and effluent water (agricultural, urban and industrial) through the soil-plant systems. Composting and land application of organic waste on land. Principles of rehabilitation and degraded or polluted sites bioremediation (soil, sediment, tailings). Policies and regulations.

 

Ecological and organic farming

RULE 5-0 At 9 AMONG APPROPRIATIONS

ENV-2900: Composting and use of compost in organic farming (3 credits)

Description

This course covers the principles of composting organic farming and the benefits of compost for the health of the agro-ecosystem. It deals with the available resources and recycling through composting, composting processes, key factors of composting and compost production, evaluation of compost quality, recovery and use of composts , regulations surrounding composting and compost, and economic aspects of composting. There is also reviewed compost in organic farming.

PLG-2300: Ecological Agriculture (3 credits)

Description

This course aims to introduce future players of the agricultural community the overall picture of organic agriculture in Haiti under the historical, organizational and technical, and so they are able to actively contribute to the sustainable development of this sector. The course is designed to lead the student to the knowledge of the reasons for the emergence of current ecological agriculture and understanding of the state of the current situation; to master the scientific basis of ecological agricultural practices; the acquisition of a systemic view of the organic sector in Haiti, the development of the critical approach to various types of ecological agriculture; the establishment of a network of contacts inside and outside of the Faculty; and knowledge of available resources to ensure its own continuing education in the field. The teaching method includes field trips, individual work and team to do in class and at home, resource persons lectures and master classes.

PLG-2303: Organic production of field crops (3 credits)

Description

This course presents the principles and practices associated with the production and management of field crops in an organic farming environment. The modules bring the student to know the general and specific rules related to standards of organic production of various types of plants such as the forage plants, oil plants, grain and row crops (potato, soya and maize) . We review all the stages of production, crop establishment to marketing, through harvesting and storage. It also discusses the aspects of governance in the field regarding the management of soil fertility, insects, diseases and weeds. Specifically, the course reviews the proper techniques of working the soil, the fertilization plan, the establishment of green manure, planning crop rotation, no chemical weed control strategies and the means necessary to achieving a healthy and balanced agro-ecosystem.

 

SAN-2301: Organic Animal Production (3 credits)

Description

This course concerns the principles and practices of organic production of major livestock species. It deals with the certification standards and challenges in organic farming. The means available to producers to safeguard the welfare and health of their animals are discussed, as well as the particularities of different types of production.

Animal production

JMA-3101: Management of dairy herds (3 credits)

Description

The dairy industry study in the caribbean: production, processing, consumption of milk. Managing dairy herds with a view to technical and economical synthesis: power management, reproduction, reform, replacement and health herds. This course is based on theoretical studies and case studies.

SAN-2300: Animal products, from the farm to the table (3 credits)

Description

Produce and manage the quality of animal products in the food continuum from farm to table. Study the factors influencing the production of quality animal products. Know the technological constraints linked to the transformation of a liquid matrix (milk) to a solid matrix (meat).

SAN-2500: Science Internship animals (3 credits)

Description

Internship of a minimum of two months in a type of employment that attempts to reconstruct the conditions under which the student will be placed after his studies. Writing a report.

SAN-3101: Technical and economic management of the beef business (3 credits)

Description

Designed according to approach problems, this course is the acquisition of knowledge on the economic impacts associated with the main technical parameters of beef farms. Solving team problems allows students to develop their ability to assess the economic value of projects on cattle farms and to develop its own approach to the agronomic practice. Several problems are solved so as to cover the main issues associated with the technical and economic management of a cattle farm, as lower feed costs, the profitability of a feedlot or cow-calf business , the expansion of a cow-calf enterprise and fattening package.

SAN-3102: Technical and economic management of the dairy business (3 credits)

Description

Designed according to approach problems, this course is to acquire knowledge on the economic impacts associated with the main technical parameters of Quebec dairy farms. Problem solving in teams allows students to develop their ability to assess the economic value of projects on dairy farms as well as develop their own approach to the agronomic practice. Several problems are solved so as to cover the main issues associated with the technical and economic management of a dairy farm, including the purchase of quota, the costs of breeding and feeding, investment in infrastructure and machinery and that the management of the workforce.

SAN-3103: Application of new feeding concepts cattle (3 credits)

Description

Designed by mode of problem-based learning, this course is the development of feeding cattle knowledge and integrating them in a professional practice environment. The resolution team offered different problems allows students to apply concepts of power while developing their own working method for agronomic practice. The characteristics associated with eating different animal groups (lactating cows, dry cows, cows in preparation for calving heifers growing and finishing cattle) are studied.

SAN-3104: Technical and economic management of the porcine company (3 credits)

Description

Designed according to approach problems, this course is the acquisition of knowledge on the economic impacts associated with the main technical parameters of Quebec hog farms. Solving team problems allows students to develop their ability to assess the economic value of projects on pig farms, as well as develop their own approach to the agronomic practice. Several problems are solved so as to cover the main issues associated with the technical and economic management of a pig farm, such as lower feed costs, investment in infrastructure, the management of the workforce and fattening package.

SAN-3302: Production equine (3 credits)

Description

This course is for students who have a particular interest in equine production. The general objective is to present the theoretical and practical aspects of equine production as well as activities related to the breeding and care of horses. It allows the student to integrate them into an overall vision. The basic concepts are presented in lectures, usually three hours per week. Some parts of the course are reserved for practical training activities, conferences on specific topics and agronomic visits to sites off campus.

SAN-3303: Introduction to research in science animals (3 credits)

Description

Under the guidance of a teacher, the student will lead a project or applied fundamental research related to animal science. To do this, the student chooses a subject of appropriate research and prepare a short project proposal of about a page with the help of the teacher. The student carries out a review of relevant previous work to identify and expand the problem and the hypothesis of his research. The student formulates a methodological strategy to test this hypothesis and performs, to the extent possible, some practical manipulations. Subsequently, the student prepares a concise report in the form of a research manuscript (or a scientific poster) to synthesize the research.

Plant production

AGF-4013: Visits agroforestry (3 credits)

Description

Agroforestry practices through study visits on the ground in a given territorial context, in tropical or temperate. Knowledge of biophysical, socio-economic and political context in relation to agricultural production, forestry and agroforestry. Agroforestry production systems. Products and services of agroforestry. Practice of agroforestry. Agronomic and silvicultural aspects of agroforestry production. Ecological interactions, control and production economy. Social, political, institutional and regulatory. Agroforestry for sustainable development, biodiversity and fighting climate change. Multifunctionality, development and occupation of rural territory. Research and training. Dissemination and adoption of agroforestry systems.

AGN-4900: Introduction to Tropical Agriculture (3 credits)

Description

The course deals with tropical agriculture in its agronomic, environmental, economic and social. It presents the various components of the unit of agricultural production, including soil, plants and animals, and describes some unique aspects to traditional food processing. It is agricultural activity in its environmental context, by applying to the wet or dry tropical environments, the concepts for ecosystem conservation and sustainability. The course seeks to illuminate the history of various tropical agricultural systems and their current evolution taking into account the social components and global economic trends.

FOR-2206: Maple Sugar (3 credits)

Description

This course introduces the concepts, principles and techniques underpinning maple production: evaluation of environmental conditions Sugarbush; development and forestry; Sugarbush nutrition; protective and harmful factors; planning and implementing infrastructure plan; physiology of the casting and tapping; advertising agency and production; marketing.

PLG-1101: Herbarium – vascular plants (3 credits)

Description

Presentation of a herbarium of 100 species of native and naturalized plants of the soil that the student must have itself collected, labeled and identified. Detailed information from the teacher in charge.

PLG-2100: Landscaping (3 credits)

Description

The course addresses the issue of public and private facilities. It discusses the use of plants in a thoughtful and environmentally sensitive manner. It also aims to sensitize forest managers face the landscape in which it operates. It helps to understand the plants to choose them well and place them in the right place. He will bring the student to integrate the plant component in the organization of space and the creation of residential landscaping.

PLG-2101: Arboriculture: principles and Maintenance Practices (3 credits)

Description

Introduction to principles of culture and maintenance of trees and shrubs in development. Roles and functioning of the tree in its environment. Main techniques used in arboriculture. Protection awareness of these plants. Description of the practices employed in urban areas.

PLG-2102: Management and maintenance of lawns (3 credits)

Description

Biology, physiology, taxonomy and use of the main lawn grasses. Cultural practices: sowing, mowing, irrigation, aeration, top dressing, stubble. Pathological problems, and entomological malherbologiques.

PLG-2103: Herbarium – bryophytes (3 credits)

Description

Presentation of a herbarium of bryophytes 20 species of wetlands and boreal forest associated with laboratory training of the teacher responsible for bryophytes. Detailed information from the teacher in charge of the small group training sessions (usually in May or June). An experienced naturalist student can present a herbarium of 30 species without laboratory training after prior agreement with the responsible teacher.

PLG-2302: Multiplication of plants (3 credits)

Description

Theoretical and practical aspects of selection and multiplication of plants. The course covers the concepts associated with hybridization, breeding new varieties, seed production and vegetative multiplication. Laboratory: practical work and experiments in greenhouses.

PLG-2500: Internship in plant science (3 credits)

Description

Internship of a minimum of two months in a type of employment that attempts to reconstruct the conditions under which the student will be placed after the graduation. Writing a report.

PLG-3305: Introduction to research in plant sciences (3 credits)

Description

Development and implementation of an experimental work and writing a report under the direction of a professor of the Department.

PLG-4050: Taxonomy and Sampling bog (3 credits)

Description

This course prepares students to be independent to conduct floristic inventories Bog: for vascular plants, the student becomes familiar with the Cyperaceae and Ericaceae. For bryophytes special attention is given to Sphagnum mosses and liverworts preferential brown bogs. The student becomes familiar with the sampling methods in Bog (Great Blue plée) by monitoring a restoration project (vegetation monitoring, biogeochemistry of the site and site hydrology) or a Team research project bogs. The student is also introduced to productivity estimation methods and decomposition of the ecosystem and delineation of wetlands.

PLG-4051: Ecology and responsible management of peatlands (3 credits)

Description

In keeping with the recognition of ecological goods and services that provide bogs, this course covers: classification of wetlands, terminology associated with peatland ecosystems, their development since the last ice age, hydrology, cycle carbon, the importance of peatlands in regulating the climate, agriculture and forestry on peatlands, effects of human activities associated with the development, conservation and ecological restoration and an overview on assessing the economic value of peatlands. Three trips are planned: peat bog, fen (fen), bog (bog) and landscaped freshwater marshes.

PLG-4053: Mycology food (3 credits)

Description

Elements of taxonomy and identification of fungi. Growth and development. Metabolism. Nutritional and environmental needs. Bioactive Molecules (Carcinogenic, anti-cancer, lipid-lowering, hallucinogens, etc.) and nutraceuticals. Deterioration of food and animal and plant production. Management and control of fungal growth. Culture of microscopic and macroscopic fungi. Mushrooms and agrifood biotechnology.

Socioeconomic food

AGC-1000: Food Marketing (3 credits)

Description

Study of the basic elements of marketing applied to the food industry. Integration of marketing objectives in relation with the characteristics of the market for food products. Functions and services of marketing, market concepts, types of intermediaries and marketing networks, pricing mechanism and analysis of costs and margins are treated.

AGC-2001: Economics of Natural Resources and Environment (3 credits)

Description

Study of the basic elements of marketing applied to the food industry. Integration of marketing objectives in relation with the characteristics of the market for food products. Functions and services of marketing, market concepts, types of intermediaries and marketing networks, pricing mechanism and analysis of costs and margins are treated.

AGC-2002: Economic History of Haitian food (3 credits)

Description

Analysis of major economic movements, political and social that caused the transformation of agriculture in the twentieth century. This course aims to know the institutions, policies that have shaped agricultural structures.

JMA-3000: Food Financing (3 credits)

Description

Sources and methods of financing in the food sector. Analysis of the financial structure of the company, selection criteria for investments, introduction to futures markets. Use of financial mathematics.

JMA-3100: Rural Development and the Third World (3 credits)

Description

This course is designed to support a team in interdisciplinary reflection on a previously set theme of rural development in the Third World. Several topics are presented and discussed. Students choose one on which they will then prepare a coordinated manner records. They must finally, genuine seminar, discussing the facts and possibilities for change.

AGC-3110: Training in Tropical Agriculture (6 credits)

Description

This course consists of a stay of at least eight weeks in a tropical country. It provides a unique opportunity to develop agricultural knowledge in tropical agriculture practicing, participating in dissemination activities and completing his training under the supervision of specialists. Offered in Cuba, this course requires a basic knowledge of Spanish. The intern will be integrated in the life of the community and will benefit a university framework. It may thus develop his technical knowledge as well as his knowledge of the language, socioeconomic realities and culture of the country. This course is designed specifically for students who wish to make international cooperation.

 

Soil and environment

GCI-3001: Environmental Impacts (3 credits)

Description

This course helps to learn the impact studies and develop methodological tools for such studies. It includes a review of the impact assessment and their regulatory process; the review of available methods, types case studies of recent projects; the identification and management of conflicts of environmental impacts. Notions of environmental auditing.

GGR-1006: Climate Change (3 credits)

Description

Introduction to the climate system and its operation. Review and characteristics of the main greenhouse gas. Introduction to climate modeling, scenarios and forecasting models. Analysis of climate change impacts on physical and human environment. Adaptation measures envisaged to mitigate climate change. International agreements and the situation of Haiti.

GLG-1000: Planet Earth (3 credits)

Description

This course is a broad academic audience, as one who wishes to complete his training in science or engineering as one that cares about its physical environment. None required beforehand. Earth – a history of 4.6 billion years of Earth origin, internal structure, dynamics of the terrestrial globe, continental drift and plate tectonics, volcanism, mountain ranges, first continental cores, birth of the Atlantic, major glaciations. Life through geologic time: the appearance of life on Earth, highlights the evolution, large extinctions. The geological landscape: modeling continents by water and ice, groundwater, oceans. Geological riches: minerals, rocks and fossils, gems and precious stones, mineral deposits and oil fields, exploration and mineral economics. Haiti’s geology and history.

GLG-1002: materials of the terrestrial crust (3 credits)

Description

The earth’s crust consists of rocks and minerals. This course is an introduction to the mineral world. Its main objective is to teach the student to identify and classify the main minerals and rocks. The theoretical concepts are used to make connections between crystallography, physical properties and chemical properties of minerals.

SLS-2500: Internship directed floors (3 credits)

Description

Training lasts approximately three months in a job including: soil-plant-climate relations; a biophysical inventory including the ground: management problems and conservation of soil and water. This placement is subject to prior agreement with the employer of the student and takes place under the assistance of a faculty adviser of the Department. A report by end of training is required.

SLS-3400: Introduction to research in soil (3 credits)

Description

Development of a soil research project and writing a report under the direction of a teacher.

 

Other courses

AGN-2100: Special Topics in Agronomy (3 credits)

Description

This course enables students to deepen a particular aspect of Agricultural Sciences or a related area that is not covered in the regular course of the program. This ongoing individualized training can take different forms, including directed readings or individual research. It requires that the student is a councilor who agreed to meet regularly to monitor and evaluate their learning.

BIO-1909 Cell and Structural Biology (3 credits)

Description

Study of the structure and function of plant and animal cell components: the extracellular matrix, the membrane system, the various organelles, cytoskeleton, nucleus and chromosomes. The macromolecular organization of the structural proteins, membrane components and DNA will be described. Cell division, DNA replication, RNA transcription and protein synthesis are also studied. A brief introduction to modern methods of cell studies and macromolecules, such confocal microscopy, electron microscopy and high-resolution spectroscopy and X-ray diffraction, promote understanding and integration of knowledge about the structure and function of various cell components.

STA-1900: Food Science I (3 credits)

Description

This course is intended for people who have to work as a director in the food sector. The aim of the course is the acquisition and integration of basic knowledge in biochemistry, food chemistry and technology with a view to understanding the processes applied to foods.

The student admitted to the entrepreneurial profile should follow the following two courses:

Entrepreneurial Profile

ENT-3000: Entrepreneurial Portfolio I (3 credits)

Description

The student must be admitted to the entrepreneurial profile, Certificate in Entrepreneurship and SME management or firmware developing entrepreneurial skills and detain or above average 2.67 calculated on 24 credits or more in a program to register in this activity. The entrepreneurial portfolio allows students to develop a project related to their field of study, to establish a network of contacts and thus improve their entrepreneurial skills. Personalized support is provided by frequent meetings with a counselor Entrepreneurship throughout the project development period. Coaching facilitates the process by allowing the student to validate and deepen their project idea, to focus its efforts and develop its action plan.

ENT-3010: Entrepreneurial Portfolio II (3 credits)

Description

The student must be admitted to the entrepreneurial profile, Certificate in Entrepreneurship and SME management or firmware developing entrepreneurial skills and detain or above average 2.67 calculated on 24 credits or more in a program to register in this activity. The entrepreneurial portfolio allows students to develop a project related to their field of study, to establish a network of contacts and thus improve their entrepreneurial skills. Personalized support is provided by frequent meetings with a counselor Entrepreneurship throughout the project development period. Coaching facilitates the process by allowing the student to validate and deepen their project idea, to focus its efforts and develop its action plan.

 

RULE 6-6 AMONG CREDITS

AGN-3500: Professional training in agronomy (6 credits)

AGN-3520: Professional training in agronomy research (6 credits)

The student admitted to the research profile should register in AGN-3520.

 

RULE 7-3 AMONG CREDITS

Pass the course ANL-2020 Intermediate English II. The student who demonstrates that he has acquired this level must choose an English graduate courses or in another modern language.

 

RULE 8-6 AMONG CREDITS

JMA-1001: applied microeconomics (3 credits)

Description

The internship is a paid stay of at least 12 weeks in a business-oriented career in agronomy. It falls after the third year of the Bachelor. The student is supervised and evaluated by an agronomist experience, which promotes the transfer of skills. The head of the course follows the student throughout the stages of the course. The student produces an activity report and a case study.

AGN-3510: international and intercultural Course Agronomy (6 credits)

Description

The internship is a paid stay of at least 12 weeks in a business-oriented career in agronomy. It falls after the third year of the Bachelor. The student is supervised and evaluated by an agronomist experience, which promotes the transfer of skills. The head of the course follows the student throughout the stages of the course. The student produces an activity report and a case study.

BIO-1910: Ecology and pollution (3 credits)

description

Environmental issues and their solutions according to the angle of ecology and ecosystem functioning. Sustainability of ecosystems and concept of balance. Human impacts: air, water, soil and groundwater, solid waste. Global issues: greenhouse effect and climate change, alternative energy, acid rain, ozone layer, biodiversity conservation, protected areas, international agreements. Environmental assessment, environmental management and certification. Sustainable development policy. Exposed lectures, industrial visits and workshops allow students to experience an environmental analysis according to different fields of practice.

COM-1005: Scientific Communication (3 credits)

Description

Initiation processing of specialized information, particularly in the fields of scientific research and technology: desk research, verification of information, language levels, writing and interview techniques.

DDU-1000; Foundations for Sustainable Development (3 credits)

Description

This introductory course to sustainable development is for all undergraduate student. It is to provide an introduction to the concept of different sizes and the implementation of sustainable development tools. It allows the student to acquire the basic elements of a general reflection on sustainable development, which takes into account its many ambiguities and difficulties in its operationalization. In addition, this course encourages thinking about the tools necessary for his apprehension as social project. This interdisciplinary course is delivered remotely to autumn sessions, winter and summer. This course is mandatory sustainability profile.

DRT-1718: Legal aspects of business (3 credits)

Description

The purpose of this course is to introduce students to the thought and the legal vocabulary by making him aware of the legality of all activities necessitated by the administration of a business and business in general. This course includes a general introduction to business law and studying the law of property, of contract theory, as well as collateral and guarantees which are the basis of credit and finance.

DRT-1721: Introduction to Environmental Law and Sustainable Development (3 credits)

Description

Introduction to environmental law in the context of current and future environmental challenges. Presentation of the main legal instruments to fight against environmental pollution and climate change, preserving biodiversity and implement sustainable development. Study of administrative appeals, civil and criminal. Study of authorization schemes, procedures of public review of the impacts and administrative appeals, civil and criminal to the public and to public administration.

DRT-1903 Legislation Agri-Food (3 credits)

Description

Study and interpretation of the main laws governing agricultural activities, the marketing of food products and the quality of the environment, protection of agricultural land, the organization of marketing boards, joint plans and quotas. Comparative analysis of provincial and federal legislation in these areas; influence and impact on the setting of market prices and consumer habits; control mechanisms and consumer redress.

ECN-1010: Principles of Macroeconomics (3 credits)

Description

The macroeconomic objectives: full employment, price stability, balance of the balance of payments. National Accounts. P.I.B. balance and full employment. Roles of the currency and financial institutions. The State and aggregate demand. Macroeconomic objectives and internal policies. The constraints posed by the opening of the economy. Keynesians and monetarists. The difficult art of macroeconomic policy. Looking for a consensus on the desirability and means of state intervention.

EDC-1001: Research, Analysis and dissertation (3 credits)

Description

The general objective of this course is to enable students to acquire the skills required to produce a dissertation of a dozen historical pages in his field of study. This course can therefore cover several academic areas: archeology, political science, social sciences, translation, business administration, management, law, policy, education, pure sciences. This course can therefore be relevant to any program that requires the student, at one time or another, the production of a long process that involves the history of a discipline or field of study . Specifically, the student must develop skills to establish a problematic, a hypothesis and a demonstration plan to differentiate factual information of a copyright argument, writing complete paragraphs, to develop text coherent and structured, and many other aspects that are addressed in the training manual for this purpose.

ENT-1000: Know undertake: the passion to create and act (3 credits)

Description

This introductory course in entrepreneurship is for any student in the first cycle. It aims to develop a sense of initiative and entrepreneurship in students, to help them discover and exploit its full entrepreneurial potential. The knowledge imparted to students relate to both the entrepreneur and the creative process by which he leads his project to fruition, be it a social project, commercial, cooperative, artistic or otherwise. Concrete examples are given to illustrate the passion of entrepreneurs, their need to create and innovate and action orientation. Available in class or distance, the course plays a key role in the development of entrepreneurial skills. The course includes the realization of an entrepreneurial sketch to sensitize the students to the realities of an entrepreneurial project and develop a more just vision of the challenges to be considered. The sketch is not a comprehensive business plan, the progress of the course remains primarily the discovery and development of the entrepreneurial potential of the student and not the creation of a company.

ENG-1113: Principles of drafting (3 credits)

Description

The course is for students who wish to improve the linguistic quality of their written work. Content items: proofreading techniques and self-correcting, traps written French, descriptive discourse, narrative and argumentative, textual coherence. Note – This course aims to consolidate the general knowledge of French and knowledge of university-level French.

GGR-1005: Human Geography: population, environment, development (3 credits)

Description

Introduction to the study of the relationship between human societies, their economic activities and geographical areas. The development, its manifestations and problems. The consequences on the environment. Environmental problems and their impact on the economy. Links between the different spatial scales (local, regional, national, international).

MNG-1900: Human Resource Management (3 credits)

Description

This course covers the various activities of the human resources management. It helps to clarify some basic concepts, to raise awareness of the importance and the strategic role that human resources play in the company, and use various tools to solve the main problems.

MNG-2003: Planning and Project Management (3 credits)

Description

This course covers two main aspects: the creation and project development and management. It presents the approaches, methods and techniques of creativity with practical applications to the emergence and explanation of a project. It then presents the methods and techniques of managing a project, including: planning; the programs; activities; action plans in human, financial and physical; calendars; and evaluation of the project.

MNG-2108: Achieving its entrepreneurial project (3 credits)

Description

This distance learning course is for anyone interested in a real or simulated process of making a commercial project, social, cooperative, artistic or otherwise, and who wishes to establish his own record company for the realization of his project. The concepts acquired in this course allow everyone to increase their general knowledge in the field of entrepreneurship, but especially to analyze the elements necessary for the realization of a business plan to fully determine the needs related to their project and the specific constraints on startup.

MNG-4144: Transmission and business succession (3 credits)

Description

This course covers the various aspects of the business transfer or the transfer of management and the transfer of ownership, taking into account the various actors involved in the process. Although an important place is given to the transmission of family business, the course also covers internal transmission (by employees) and external (redemption). This undergraduate course is for the person who works in a family business or aspiring to do so, and anyone who wishes to transfer his enterprise, acquire or take over. It is also of interest to the person wishing to eventually act as counsel to the parties concerned by the transfer of a business, including the seller and the buyer.

MNG-4145: autonomous and microenterprise work (3 credits)

 Description

This course aims to present the realities of the entrepreneur who operates as a self-employed and in the context of micro-enterprise (less than five people). The participant is required to study the benefits, obligations, responsibilities, resources and proper management practices for this type of career and activities.

MNG-4146: Group Entrepreneurship: social and cooperative (3 credits)

Description

The objective of this course is to familiarize the participant to the specific context of cooperative and non-profit organizations in the context of an entrepreneurial approach. The course caters for the person looking for an alternative to traditional entrepreneurship or who wants to respond associatively to a common problem.

PHI-1900: Logical Principles (3 credits)

 Description

This course aims to make known some of the tools of thought and above all to show how to use them to better arrange the existing knowledge or those under development. We learn to analyze a text or a point of view, to bring out the essential, defining the concepts involved, to distinguish and evaluate the arguments involved. Such training is proving an asset to profitably address any field of study. It also assists in drafting more precise and coherent texts. As this is a basic course requires no previous training in logic. It may be followed by people in any field, as well, of course, by those who are enrolled in a philosophy program.

POL-2207: Environmental Policies (3 credits)

Description

The course objective is to introduce students to environmental issues from the perspective of policy analysis and public administration. The evolution of ecological thinking. The appearance of the main environmental issues and problems in contemporary societies. The instruments and management mechanisms at national and international level. The role of social forces. Haitian dimension of environmental policies. Foreign experiences.

SOC-2114: Environment and Society (3 credits)

Description

Study of the relationship between nature and societies. Representations of nature. Genesis of the ecological thought. Environmental issues: water, forests, air, ocean energy. Science and politics of global environmental problems: climate change, biodiversity. The environmental movement: origin, diversification, actions and impacts. Environmental policies and sustainable development.

The student admitted to Entrepreneurial profile should follow the ENT-1000 and a course of the following five courses: MNG-2003 MNG-2108, 4144 MNG-MNG-MNG-4145 or 4146.

CHOICE PROFILES

DISTINCTION PROFILE

The student should have acquired two thirds of the program credits and have an average program of equal or greater to 3.67 / 4.33.

RULE 1-12 CREDITS

ENT-1000: Know undertake: the passion to create and act (3 credits)

Description

This introductory course in entrepreneurship is for any student in the first cycle. It aims to develop a sense of initiative and entrepreneurship in students, to help them discover and exploit its full entrepreneurial potential. The knowledge imparted to students relate to both the entrepreneur and the creative process by which he leads his project to fruition, be it a social project, commercial, cooperative, artistic or otherwise. Concrete examples are given to illustrate the passion of entrepreneurs, their need to create and innovate and action orientation. Available in class or distance, the course plays a key role in the development of entrepreneurial skills. The course includes the realization of an entrepreneurial sketch to sensitize the students to the realities of an entrepreneurial project and develop a more just vision of the challenges to be considered. The sketch is not a comprehensive business plan, the progress of the course remains primarily the discovery and development of the entrepreneurial potential of the student and not the creation of a company.

ENT-3000: Entrepreneurial Portfolio I (3 credits)

Description

The student must be admitted to the entrepreneurial profile, Certificate in Entrepreneurship and SME management or firmware developing entrepreneurial skills and detain or above average 2.67 calculated on 24 credits or more in a program to register in this activity. The entrepreneurial portfolio allows students to develop a project related to their field of study, to establish a network of contacts and thus improve their entrepreneurial skills. Personalized support is provided by frequent meetings with a counselor Entrepreneurship throughout the project development period. Coaching facilitates the process by allowing the student to validate and deepen their project idea, to focus its efforts and develop its action plan.

ENT-3010: Entrepreneurial Portfolio II (3 credits)

Description

The student must be admitted to the entrepreneurial profile, Certificate in Entrepreneurship and SME management or firmware developing entrepreneurial skills and detain or above average 2.67 calculated on 24 credits or more in a program to register in this activity. The entrepreneurial portfolio allows students to develop a project related to their field of study, to establish a network of contacts and thus improve their entrepreneurial skills. Personalized support is provided by frequent meetings with a counselor Entrepreneurship throughout the project development period. Coaching facilitates the process by allowing the student to validate and deepen their project idea, to focus its efforts and develop its action plan.

RULE 1-3 AMONG CREDITS

MNG-2003: Planning and Project Management (3 credits)

Description

This course covers two main aspects: the creation and project development and management. It presents the approaches, methods and techniques of creativity with practical applications to the emergence and explanation of a project. It then presents the methods and techniques of managing a project, including: planning; the programs; activities; action plans in human, financial and physical; calendars; and evaluation of the project.

MNG-2108: Achieving its entrepreneurial project (3 credits)

Description

This distance learning course is for anyone interested in a real or simulated process of making a commercial project, social, cooperative, artistic or otherwise, and who wishes to establish his own record company for the realization of his project. The concepts acquired in this course allow everyone to increase their general knowledge in the field of entrepreneurship, but especially to analyze the elements necessary for the realization of a business plan to fully determine the needs related to their project and the specific constraints on startup.

MNG-4144: Transmission and business succession (3 credits)

Description

This course covers the various aspects of the business transfer or the transfer of management and the transfer of ownership, taking into account the various actors involved in the process. Although an important place is given to the transmission of family business, the course also covers internal transmission (by employees) and external (redemption). This undergraduate course is for the person who works in a family business or aspiring to do so, and anyone who wishes to transfer his enterprise, acquire or take over. It is also of interest to the person wishing to eventually act as counsel to the parties concerned by the transfer of a business, including the seller and the buyer.

MNG-4145: autonomous and microenterprise work (3 credits)

Description

This course aims to present the realities of the entrepreneur who operates as a self-employed and in the context of micro-enterprise (less than five people). The participant is required to study the benefits, obligations, responsibilities, resources and proper management practices for this type of career and activities.

MNG-4146: Group Entrepreneurship: social and cooperative (3 credits)

Description

The objective of this course is to familiarize the participant to the specific context of cooperative and non-profit organizations in the context of an entrepreneurial approach. The course caters for the person looking for an alternative to traditional entrepreneurship or who wants to respond associatively to a common problem.

EHE-1AGN: Studies – International profile – Bachelor’s degree in agronomy (12 to 18 credits)

Description

Activities carried out in a university abroad, under international profile, which will be equivalencies student record upon presentation of the official transcript of the activities.

 

SEARCH PROFILE 12 CREDITS

AGN-3520: Professional training in agronomy research (6 credits)

Description

The internship agronomy research consists of a paid stay of a minimum of twelve weeks in a research team whose efforts enrich scientific advances in agronomy. It takes place after the third year of the Bachelor. The student is supervised by a scientist with more than three years of experience in agricultural research, which promotes the transfer of skills. The head of the course follows the student throughout the course. The student performs the tasks under supervision of a professional research and write a case study. The professional training in agronomy research is part of the courses required to obtain the endorsement ‘Research Profile »Bachelor of Agronomy of the University GOC

 

RULE 1-3 AMONG CREDITS

AGN-2100: Special Topics in Agronomy (3 credits)

Description

This course enables students to deepen a particular aspect of Agricultural Sciences or a related area that is not covered in the regular course of the program. This ongoing individualized training can take different forms, including directed readings or individual research. It requires that the student is a councilor who agreed to meet regularly to monitor and evaluate their learning.

COM-1005: Scientific Communication (3 credits)

 Description

Initiation processing of specialized information, particularly in the fields of scientific research and technology: desk research, verification of information, language levels, writing and interview techniques.

 

RULE 2-3 AMONG CREDITS

PLG-3305: Introduction to research in plant sciences (3 credits)

 Description

Development and implementation of an experimental work and writing a report under the direction of a professor of the Department.

SAN-3303: Introduction to research in science animals (3 credits)

Description

Under the guidance of a teacher, the student will lead a project or applied fundamental research related to animal science. To do this, the student chooses a subject of appropriate research and prepare a short project proposal of about a page with the help of the teacher. The student carries out a review of relevant previous work to identify and expand the problem and the hypothesis of his research. The student formulates a methodological strategy to test this hypothesis and performs, to the extent possible, some practical manipulations. Subsequently, the student prepares a concise report in the form of a research manuscript (or a scientific poster) to synthesize the research.

SLS-3400: Introduction to research in soil (3 credits)

Description

Development of a soil research project and writing a report under the direction of a teacher.

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