Bachelor of Agricultural Technology (BAT) is a four year ladderized degree program that focuses entirely on plant and animal technology. The program aims to help students gain a fundamental understanding of agricultural processes and the types of equipment and tools used to grow plants, breed animals and maintain outdoor environments.
The Bachelor of Agricultural Technology program teaches students the practical and theoretical knowledge in animal production, crop production, postharvest technology, pest management and agribusiness management.
After three to five (3) years, graduates of Diploma in Agricultural Technology are:
Upon completion of the DAT-BAT program, graduates are able to:
DAT-BAT graduates are employed in public and private agencies as:
Diploma in Agricultural Technology ladder to Bachelor in Agricultural Technology is a CHED-TESDA accredited ladderized agricultural technology course. Recent revision complies CHED’s Executive Order #358 aimed to widen career opportunities both for employment and entrepreneurship.
DATBAT is a course for practical business-minded people and ecologically-sound attitudes, cleaves on the concept of “learning by doing” and “earning while learning”. It trains innovative young entrepreneurs who advocates global competitiveness and ensures food security.