The Bachelor of Technology in Horticulture Management (BTHM) program is a four-year technology course aimed at molding and preparing students to become professionals, technologists and entrepreneurs, specializing in horticultural crops, and environmental horticulture. It prepares graduates to be equipped with the basic concepts, principles, and applications of horticultural crops production.
After three to five (3-5) years, graduates of Bachelor of Technology in Horticultural Management (BTHM) are:
Upon completion of the Bachelor of Technology in Horticulture Management program, graduates can:
(PQF level 6 descriptor);
BTHM graduates can be self-employed as entrepreneurs or employed in private firms, government agencies, people’s organizations, non-government organizations, research firms and many other related establishments here in the Philippines and abroad. Horticulture offers a wide array of opportunities for individuals who are knowledgeable and skillful in the field.
They could either be:
Work in Bank and Finance
In the BSA curriculum, students will not only be immersed on science-based curriculum but also in technology-based through several platforms of practical learning in agriculture. In the junior year, students will be exposed to On the Job Training (OJT) to various Research and Production projects of the University. Thus, giving them a feel of both the research and production dimensions of their would-be profession. Being a science-curriculum, students are fully exposed to undergo individual or group researches based on their respective area of specialization during their senior year, culminating with a thesis project or manuscript. Similarly, aggie students who take teaching as their calling by majoring Agricultural Education will be equipped of the pedagogy and andragogy of mentoring through their very competent professors. Hence, job opportunities such as becoming a Senior High School teacher in the K-12 programs of the Department of Education just beckon in the corner.