Master Degree in Organic Agriculture Management


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Organic Agriculture Management

1.1      Philosophy; Importance

          Aim to produce graduates equipped with knowledge, ability and skills. Therefore, utilize those interdisciplinary knowledges in the management of organic agriculture. Make it accepted and spread it out at the international level.

1.2      Objectives

  1. To produce graduate that can apply acquired knowledge in organic agriculture to create skills in organizing integrated agriculture and sustainability in the community, society, country and international level through research works.
  2. To produce graduates with the skills of giving up-to-date advice and consultation in terms of standardization and management of organic agriculture.
  3. To produce knowledgeable graduates with production skills, produce graduates that can sell their products, filled with proper morals and ethics and graduates that shows community, society and environmental responsibility.
  4. To produce graduates who possess the ability to use English in presenting or publishing in internationally recognized journals.
  5. To produce graduates who can effectively choose to use information technology for communication and development of organic agriculture.

1.3      Educational System

The Educational system in Maejo University International Colleges, Maejo University uses a binary education system, 1 academic year is divided into 2 regular semesters, 1 regular semester has a study period of not less than 15 weeks.

1.4      Structure of the Curriculum (Divided into 3 types)

  1. Plan A Type 1.1
  2. Thesis 36       credits
  3. Non-credit courses 7        credits

total credits throughout the curriculum    36      credits

  1. Plan A Type 1.2
  2. Major Core Courses 9        credits
  3. Major Elective Courses 15      credits
  4. Thesis 12      credits
  5. Non-credit courses 7        credits

total credits throughout the curriculum    36      credits

  1. Plan B
  2. Major Core Courses 9        credits
  3. Major Elective Courses 21      credits
  4. Independent studies 6        credits
  5. Non-credit courses 7        credits

total credits throughout the curriculum    36      credits