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COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE, XAVIER UNIVERSITY
ITS HISTORY AND AIMS


afraid to work, a heavy
load of actual field work
was built into his
formation. For every two
hours of lectures weekly
in a professional agri-
cultural subject there
are three hours in the
field. To help this
budding agriculturist
grow in acceptance of
his Community role 11
subjects are required
in Religious Studies,
Philosophy and Sociology
The Xavier Agriculture
student carries an aca-
demic load of 185 units
for completion of his
Bachelor degree.
The quality of our
graduates has led to
great demands for our
young men and women,
more than we have been
able to meet. As this
has become known, our
student body has ad-
vanced from 13 at our
start in 1953 to 927
in our 26th year in 1978.
Our major offerings in-
clude Agronomy, Animal
Husbandry, Agricultural
Economics, Agri-business,
Development Communications
and F o od Technology.
Agricultural Engineering
is offered as a de~parate
degree.
Yearly, a minimum of
18 Scholarchip are of
fered for incoming Fresh-
men students.


In the early 1950s
two facts began to have
significant impacts on the
agricultural segment of
human society and on the
institutions at the ser-
vice of Agriculture ....
the population growth and
the science breakthrough,
the former a threat, the
latter a promise.
SThe situations clear-
ly called for c-ostly at-
tention in the sincerity,
in the quality, in the
practicality of the Lea-
dership provided the Ru-
ral Communities*
mhe preponderant pro-
portion of the educational
system the basic source
of the leadership cadre -
as a whole was moulded
to meet the needs of the
service professions, with
the production sector left
far behind.
Xavier University,
felt that it had particu-
lar reason to seek to meet
the double need of our Ru-
ral Communities, a Social-
ly Dedicated and Scienti-
fically Competent Leader-
ship.
So, its College of
Agriculture opened In
1953, with a very dis-
tinctive and rigorous cur-
ricullum. To help breed
an agriculturist who was
committed to actual pro-
duction in the field, not





ACADEMIC INFORMATION


ADMISSION


High School graduates
who wish to enroll in Xa-
vier University must have
passed the NCEE and must
take the Entrance Examina-
tion administered by the
Testing Center. Also re-


quired is the High School
Report Card (Form 138) or,
in the case of transferees
a Certificate of Transfer,
Credential and a copy of
previous academic records
for evaluation purposes.


CHANGING/DROPPING OF SUBJECTS


Changing, adding or
dropping of subjects is
permitted only within the
first two weeks of regular
classes and only when ap-
proved by the dean of the
college. A special form


for this purpose may be
obtained from the Regis-
trar's Office. A fee is
charged by the Treasurer's
Office for each change of
subject.


CLASS ATTENDANCE/ABSENCES


Students are required
to attend their classes
regularly. If absent for
a good reason, a student
is responsible for all as-
signments given during his
absence, unless excused by
the teacher,
All Freshmen and So-
phomores are allowed up
to six absences for every
3-unit subject for M-W-F
classes and four absences
for T-Th classes; all
Juniors and Seniors, nine
absences for M-W-F classes
and Six abs ences for 'T-Th
classes. For I or 2-unit
lab subjects, two or four
absences are allowed,
Wi thi n the allowed


number of absences no
'Excuse Note' is needed,
since all absences are
counted against the allow-
ance. But once the al-
lowed number is reached
the student is overcutt"
and automatically dropped.
It is the faculty's res-
ponsibility to record stu-
dent absences. He will
keep a daily record with
the help of the class bea-
dle, and who will furnish
the Student Affairs Office
with a 11st of students
incurring~ a warning or an
overcut.- Consideration in
exceptional cases is given
only by th e res pecti ve
dean in consultation with
the teacher concerned.





EXAMINATIONS


Besides quizzes and
tests, regular comprehen-
sive examinations a re
given at mid-term and at
the end of the semester.
At the ~teacher's discre-
tion, oral exams may be
given. Before the mid-term
and semestral examination


clearance must be obtained
from t he Treasurer's
Office, the Bookcenter,
the Library, the Student
Affai rs Off ice and the
Student Counselor's of-
fice. The Clearance stamp
or slip will be inspected
during examinations.


GRADING SYSTEM

Letter grades and the Quality Point Index (QPI) a re
used to gauge a student's progress, according to the
following norms:


lEQUIVALENT
94 100
90 -93
84 -89
80 -83
76 -79
70 -75
below 70
- ithdrewh
SAbsent-Falled


GRADE QPI
A 4
A- 3.5
B 3
B- 2.5
C 2
D 1
F 0
OTHER SYMBOLS: W


DESCRI~PTIONJ
Excellent
Very good
Good
Fair
Satisfactory
Passed
Failed

or Qvercut


The weighted QPI is computed by multiplying the num-
ber of units by the equivalent QPI for each academic sub-
ject excludee PE/ROTC), adding the products, and divi-
ding the sum by the total number of academic units
taken during the semester.

For unconditional promotion to sophomore year, a
freshman should obtain a year's QPI of at least 1.5 at
the end of the second semester of the academic year; the
required QPI at the end of the second semester of so-
phomore year for eligibility for junior y ear is at least
18 and the required qPI: at the end of the! second semese
ter of junior year for pligiblity for senior year is at
least 2.0. A minimum QPI of 2 y the end of the final
semester is required for graduation. This Is computed by
obtaining the average of all course units taken by thle
student during his senior year.






PROBATION


be
for
the


aca-

that
par-


not withdraw from any
course or may not drop a~n
enrolled subject and must
obtain the required QPI
for his/her year in order
to pass probation. Proba-
tion cannot be repeated
consecutively. In no way
shall a student getting a
QPI below 1.0 in any year
be given reconsideration
for admission, enrollment
or probation.


Students will
placed on probation
either or both of
following reasons:

1) Failure of two
demic subjects.
2) A QPI below
required for a
ticular year.


Probation means that
the student has a reduced
load of not more than 15
units; may incur no over-
cut or fil-ing grade,_ may


CROSS ENROLLMENT


Expl ici t
of the regional
the Ministry of


permission
office of
Education


and Culture is required to
cross enroll in another
school,


WITHDRAWAL


To withdraw from en-
rollment during any term,
all teachers concerned
must be notified and a
withdrawal form accom-
plished, which may be ob-
tained from the Regis-
trar's Office. For trans-
fer to another school, a
Certificate of Transfer
Credential may be obtained
from the same office.
Students will be
asked to withdraw from the


College for the follow-
ing reasons:
1) Failure of Probation-
When at the end of the
probation period one F/AF
is obtained or a QPI be-
low that required for un-
conditional promotion.
2) Failure in three or
more academic subjects.
3) A QPI bel ow th at
necessary for probation.








GRaoADUATON REQUIREMENT


fulfilled the YCAP, Tree
Planting and other such
government requirements as
may be announced from~
time to time.


For Graduation, a stu-
dent must have completed
all the requirements of
the official curriculum of
his course and must have


XAVIER UNIVERSITY DIPLOMA


To receive the XU
diploma, a student must
have completed at XU at
least 50% of all units
pertaining to his degree.,
including all major elec-
tives of his course, must


have obtained afl' QPI of ait0
least 2.0 at teedo
his senior year and must
have fulfilled the Univer*
sity's req u irements thr
Philosophy and Religious
Studies.





SERVICES


College of


Agriculture Library


The Colleae of Agri-
culture library located in
the Science Center 8uil-
ding, has a growing col-
lection of 16,000 volumes
covering agricultural, ge-
neral and social sciences.
There is quite an exten-
sive collection of titles
on agronomy, general
sciences, animal nutri-
tion, engineering and ani-
mal husbandry, periodical
subscribed to number 45,
in addition to those
donated.
The Library has been
approved as an offi cial


depository of all Food and
Agriculture organization
(FAO) publications.

The Aggie Library
also serves the different
units of the Aggie College
Complex.

The Aggie students
may also use the 3,250
volumes at the Sou heast
Asia Rural Social Leader-
ship Institute (SEARSOLIN)
Library, besides the Uni-
versity Main Library.


Guidance and


Counselling


The Guidance & Coun-
selling serves the fol-
lowing functions: conducts
orientations to help stu-
dents adjust to the school
environment and acquire a
feeling of security and
belongingness; undertakes
inventories of student's
needs and problems; admi-
nisters aptitude, interest
and personality tests in
coordination with the Uni-
versity Testing Center;
provides consultations
with and amo ng parents
teachers and prefects;
'akes charge of Career


information services; pro-
vides occupational infor-
mation; a nd conducts
Career counselling and
placement services.

The placement ser-
vices include follow-up of
the graduates in their
jobs to determine the deg-
ree of employee adjust-
ment and satisfaction le-
vel to measure the effec-
tiveness of the Guidance
Program Services and to
determine whether the in-
dividuals need further as-
sistancp.





Agiri~cultural College Costs including tuition
and all fees.
(N.B. There may be a slight increase defending
upon change of schedule of fees Wilth MEC pert
mission).

8. S. A.

Year Ist Sem. 2nd Sem. Summer

Freshman ? 700,09 P 687.52
Sophomore 645.27 612.32 P 125 *
170 **
Junior
MaJ orti:
Agronomy P 582.21 P 655.14
Ag. Economics 627.21 622.71
An. Husbandry 636.57 544. 14
Food Technology 707.67 705.52
Dev. Communication 636.57 599.64
Agri -Busi1ness 672.21 622.71
Senior
Majors:
Ag ronomy P 651.93 B 602.07
Ag Economics 587.07 504.78
An. Husba-ndry 574.50 602.07
Food Technology 681.93 599.64
Dev. Communication 651.93 524.64
Agri-Business 587.07 504.78

*- for BSA major in Agronomy, Ag Econ,, An. Husbandry &
Dev. Communication.
** for BSA major in Agri-Business & Food Technology.

B. S. Ag Engineering
Year 1st Sem. 2nd Sem. Summrier
First P 743.69 ) 653.69
Second 682. 51 647.46 ? 177.
Third 534.98 515.85-
Fourth 608,11 Q48.78
Fifth 719.75 b88.15






SCHOLARSHIPS

The College of Agriculture administers an extensive
scholarship program for agriculture students.

Schol arshi ps are granted to students who are both
academically qualified and in need of financial help.

In-coming freshmen aggie students who wish to apply
for a scholarship must take the IQ test administered by
the Xavier University Testing Center.

Scholars must maintain the QPI equivalent to the
scores they obtained in their IQ test.

Applications for scholarships should be made to the
Chairman of the College of Agriculture Scholarship Commit-
tee, Mr. Anselmo B. Mercado.




BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN AGRICULTURE (B.S.A.)


Students enrolled in the B.S.A. curriculum major in
Agri. Econ., Agronomy, Animal Husbandry, Dev. Com., Food
Technology and Agri Business will have the ff. courses in
the first and second years.
FRESHMAN YEAR


First Semester
RS 10 Intro. to Christ
Life & Thought
ENG 1 Basic Comp. I
MATH 0&1- College Algebra
CHE~M 51 Gen. Inorganic
Chemistry
AGRO 52 Prin. of Crop Prod.
(w/ Environ.Beaut.& San.)
810 51 Gen. Botany (w/
Wise Consery. & Util. Nat.
Resources )
PILIPINO 1 Sining ng Paki-
kipagtalastasan
P. E. 1 1 unit
ROTC 1 1.5 units
SOPHOM
First Semester
RS 30 Church & Sacra-
ments I
ENG 3 Rhetoric
SPAN 1 Elem Spanish
PHY 51 Agri Physics I
CHEM1 55 Quali. & Quanti.
Chem.
SOILS 51- Prin. of Soil Sc.
AGRIMETH 51-Agr. Statistics
PHY 53 Agri Meteorology*
PE. 3 1 unit
ROTC 3 1.5 units


Second Semester


RS 20 Christology
ENG 2 Basic Comp. II
810 52 Plant Physio-
logy
810 53 Gen. Zoology
MATH 2 Plane Trigo.
CHEM 53 Organ~ic Chem.
HUSB 52 Prin. of Ani=
mal Husbandry
PILIPIN0 2 Panitikang
Pilipino: Pahapyao na
Kasaysayan at mga pi-
ling katha
P. E. 2 1 unit
ROTC 2 1.5 units
ORE YEAR
Second Semester
RS 40 Church & Sacra-
ments II
AG LAW 51 Tax'n & Land
Reform (Agri. Juris)
810 57 Genetics
SPAN 2 Inter. Spanish
PHY 52 Agri Physics II
CHEM 57 Agri. Biochem.
PATH 51 Agri. Microbio.
AG ECO. 54 Prin. of
Agri. Econ.
SOILS 52 Soil Management
P.E. 4 1 unit
ROTC 4 1.5 units


SUMMER
New Phil Constiftution
Phil. Hist. & Government


POL SCI. 10 -
HIST 10 -


MATH

*PHY


3 Analytical Geo. & Intro. to Calculus (Food
Tech majors only)
53 Agric. Meteorology (Agri-Bus. majors only)







































AGRONOMY 14AJOR SUBJECTS


AGRONIOMY MAJOR


JUNIOR YEAR


First Semester


Second Semester
PHILO 15 Philo. of Man
S-PAN 4N Lit. in Span.
SOCIO 103 Soc. & Eco. of
Cooperatives
AG ENG'G 62 Farm Machine-
ries
AG ENG'G 63 Irrigation &
Drainage
AGRO 54 Prin. of Hort.
MAJOR 1
MINOR 1
YCAP


50 Theo, of Dev,
& Liberation
01 Logic
3 c Adv, S banish
58 Entomology
51 Fund. of Sur-
veying
53 Agr. Meteorology
53 Prin, of Field
Crop Production
58 Farm Engines


RS

PHILO
SPAN
BIo
AG ENG'G

pHY
AGRO

AG ENG'G


SENIOR YEAR


First Semester


Second Semester
Philo 30 General Ethics
(with Moral Reg.
& Drug Abuse)
HIST 11 Rizal
SOCIO 104 Family Sociology
(w/ Family Planning)
AG ECO 56 FArm Management
AG ECO 58 Farm Marketing
AGRIMETH 53 Seminar
AGRO 55 Plant Protec-
tion (Adv. Con-
trol of Insects,
Dis-. & Weeds)
MAJOR 4
MAJOR 5


Philo. of Rel.
Crop Diseases
Rural Sociology
Farm Acctg
Scientific
Reporting


PHILO
PATH
SOCIO 1
AG ECO
AGRIMETH


MAJOR 2
MAJOR 3
MINOR 2
TREE PLANTING


First Semester
AGRO 92 Cereals & Field
Legumes
AGRO 94 Trop. 01ericul.
AGRO 98 Weed Science
SOILS 53 Soil Fer~tility
AGRO 95 Pasture and
Forage Crops


Second. Semester
AGRO 91 Plant Breeding
AGRO- 93 Trop. Pomology
AGRO 96 Perennial & In-
dustry Crops
ACRO 37 Plant Propaga-
tion






































AGRI. ECON. MAJOR SUBJECTS


AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS MAJOR


JUNIOR YEAR


First Semester


Second Semester
PHILO 15 Philo. of Man
SPAN 4N Phil. Lit. in
Spanish
SOCIO 103 Soc. & Eco. of
Co-ops
AG ENG'G 62 Farm Machine-
ries
AG ENG'G 63 Irri. & Drain.
AG ENG'G 76 Farm Buildgs.
AGRO 54 Prin. of Horti-
culture
MINOR 1
YCAP


RS

PHILO
SPAN
BIO
AG ENG'G

AG ENG'G
PHY
AGRO


50 Theo. of Dev. &
Liberation
01 -Logic
3 Adv. Spanish
58 Econ. Entomology
51 Fund. of Sur-
veying
58 Farm Engines
53 Agri. Meteorology
53 Prin. of Field
Crop Production


SENIOR YEAR
First Semester
PHILO 25 Philo. of Rel.
SOCIO 108 Rural Sociology
HUS8 56 Animal Diseases
4G ECO 57 Farm Acctg.
AGRIMETH 52 Scientific
Reporting
MAJOR 1
MAJOR 2
MINOR 2
TREE PLANTING


Second Semester
PHILO 30 -
HIST 11 -
SOCIO 104 -
AG ECO 56 -
AG ECO 58 -
AGRIMETH 53 -
MAJOR 3
MAJOR 4
MAJOR 5


Gen. Ethics
Rizal
Family Socio.
Farm Management
Farm Marketing
Semi na r


First Semester
92 Farm Finance
94*- Agri. Geography
96 Land Economics


Second Semester
AG ECO 93 Agri. Produc-
tion Economics
AG ECO 95 Econ. of Agri.
Dev.


AG ECO
AG ECO
AG ECO


* Econ. 108 (Econ. Geog.) or Econ. 107 (Int. Trade) may
substitute for this course.





ANIMAL HUSBANDRY MAJOR


JUNIOR YEAR


Second Semester
PHILO 15 Philo. of Man
SPAN 4N Phil. Lit. in
Spanish
SOCIO 103 Soc. & Eco. of
Cooperatives
AG ENG'G 76 Farm 81dgs.
HUSB 58 Feeds & Feeding
AGRO 54 Prin. of Hort.
MINOR 1
YCAP


First Semester
50 Theo. of Dev.
& Liberation
0 Logic
3 Adv. Spanish
58 Eco. Entomology
51 Funds of Sur-
v e i ng
55 Animal Anatomy
& Physiology
53 Prin. of Field


RS

PHILO
SPAN
BIO
AG ENG'G

HUSB

AGRO

MAJOR


Crop Prod.


SENIOR YEAR


First Semester
PHILO 25 Philo. of Rel.
HUSB 56 Animal Diseases
SOCIO 108 Rural Sociology
AG ECO 57 Farm Acctg.
AGRIMETH 52 Scientific
Reporting
MAJOR 2
MAJOR 3
TREE PLANTING


Second Semester
PHILO 30 General Ethics
HIST 11 Rizal
SOCIO 104 Family Sociology
AG ECO 56 Farm Management
AGRIMETH 53 Seminar
AG ECO 58 Farm Marketing
MAJOR 4
MAJOR 5
MINOR 2

MAJOR SUBJECTS

Second Semester
HUSB 92 Swine
HUSB 93 Cattle & Carabao
HUSB 95 Animal Breeding
HUSB 97 Livestock & Poul
try Processing


ANIMAL HUSBANDRY


First Semester
91 -Poultry
94 Animal Nut.
95 Pasture and
Forage


HUSB
HUSB
AGRO





DEVELOPMENT COMMUNICATION MAJOR


JUNIOR YEAR


First Semester


Second Semester


RS 50 Theo. of Dev't.
& Liberation
PHILO 01 Logic
SPAN 3 Adv. Spanish
BIO 58 Econ. Entomology
AG ENG'G 51 Fund. of Sur-
veying
AGRO 53 Prin. of Field
Crop Production
DEV.COM. 51 Intro. to Dev.
Com.
MINOR 1


ahilo 15 Philo. of Man
SPAN 4N Phil. Lit. in Span.
SOCIO 103 Soc. & Eco. of
Co-ops
AG ENG'G 63 Irri. & Drainage
AGRO 54 Prin. of Hort.
DEV.COMJ. 52 Soc. Psycho. &
Attitude Change in DC
DEV.COM. 53 Intro. to Comm.
Resea rch
MINOR 2
YCAP


SENIOR YEAR


First Semester


Second Semester


PHILO 25 -
HUSB 56 -
SOCIO 108 -
AG ECO 57 -
AGRIMETH 52 -

DEV.COM. 91 -
tion
DEV.COM. 92 -


Philo. of Rel.
Animal Diseases
Rural Socio
Farm Acctg.
Scientific
Reporting
Writing & Edi-
for Print Media
Writing & Pro-


Philo 30
HIST 11
SOCIO 104
AG ECO 56
AG ECO 58
AGRIMETH 53
DEV.COM. 94
Cultural
DEV.COM. 95


- General Ethics
- Rizal
- Family Sociology
- Farm Management
- Farm Marketing
- Seminar
- Folk Arts & the
medium in Dev.Com.
- Project in Dev.
Communication


duction for Rural Radio
DEV.COM. 93 Visual Aids,
Plan'g, Prep. & Present'n
TREE PLANTING


DEV. COM. MAJOR SUBJECTS


First Semester
DEV.COM. 91 Writing & Edi-
tion for Print Media
DEV.COM. 92 Writing & Pro-
duction for Rural
Radio
DEV.COM. 93 Visual Aids
Planniing, Preparation
& Presentation


Second Semester
DEV.COM. 94 Folk Arts & the
Cultural Mediumn in Dev.
Communication
DEV.COM. 95 Projects in Dev.
Communication





































Food Technology Major Subjects


FOOD TECHNOLOGY MAJOR


JUNIOR YEAR
First Semester
RS 50 -Theo. of Dev. & Lib.
PHILO 01 Logic
SPAN 3 Adv. Spanish
BIO 58 Econ. Entomology
AG ENG'G 51- Fund, of Sur-
veying
AG ENG'G 58- Farm Engines
AGRO 53 Prin. of Field
Crop Prod.
FOOD TECH SI-Food Chem.


Second Semester
PHILO 15- Philo. of Man
SPAN 4N- Phil. Lit. in
Spanish
SOCIO 103- Soc. & Eco.of
Co-ops
AGRO 54- Prin. of Hort.
AG ENG'G 62- Farm Machine-
ri es
.FOOD TECH 52- Food Analysis
FOOD TECH 53- Prin, of Food
Eng'g
MINOR 1
YCAP


Second Semester
PHILO 30 General Ethics
HIST 11 Rizal
SOCIO 104 Family Socio
AG EC6 56 -Farm Management
AG ECO 58 -Farm Marketing
AGRIMETH 53 Seminar
MAJOR 3
MAJOR 4
MAJOR 5


SENIOR YEAR
First Semester
PHILO -25 Philo. of Rel.
HUSB 56 Animal Diseases
SOCIO 108 Rural Sociology
AG ECO 57 Farm Acctg.
AGRIMETH 52 Scientific
Reporting
MAJOR 1
MAJOR 2
MINOR 2
TREE PLANTING


First Semester
Food Microbiology
Food Processing I
Food Processing II


Second Semester
FT 94 Sensory Evaluation
of Food Products
FT 95 Food Processing
Management
FT 96 Food Science Sem.


FT 91
FT 92
FT 93




































AGRI-BUSINESS MAJOR SUBJECTS


AGRI-BUSINESS MAJOR


JUNIOR YEAR


First Semester
50 Theo. of Dev. &
Liberation
10 New Phil. Const.
01 Logic
3 Adv. Spanish
58 Econ. Entomology
51 Fund. of Sur-
veying
58 Farm Engines
1- Intro. to Agri-
business
53 Prin. of Field
Crop Production


Second Semester
PHILO 15 Philo. of Man
SPAN 4N Phil. Lit, in
Spanish
SOCIO 103 Soc. & Eco. of
Co-ops
AG ENG'G 62 Farm Machine-
ries


RS

POL.- SCI
PHILO
SPAN
BIO
AG ENG'G

AG ENG'G
AGRI BUS

AGRO


AG ENG'G
AG ENG'G
AGRO
HIST
MINOR
YCAP


Irri. & Drain.
Farm Bldgs.
Prin. of Hort.
Phil. Hist. & Govt.


SENIOR YEAR


First Semester
25 Philo. of Rel.
108 Rural Sociology
52 Crop Diseases
57 Farm Acctg.
52 Scientific
Reporting


Second Semester
PHILO 30 Gen. Ethics
HIST 11 Rizal
SOCIO 104 Family Sociology
AG ECO 56 Farm Management
AG ECO 58 Farm Marketing
AGRIMETH 53 Seminar
MAJOR 3
MAJOR 4
MAJOR 5


PHILO
SOCIO 1
PATH
AG ECO
AGRIMETH


MAJOR 1
MAJOR 2
MINOR 2
TREE PLANTING


Second Semester
AGRI BUS 93 Prin. in Human
Relations & Org'1
Behavior in Business
AGRI BUS 95 Business Laws
AGRI BUS 96 Business Po-
licy
AG ECO 105 Econ. Analy-
sis & Plan'g of Agri.
Project-


First Semester
AGRI BUS 92 Mgt. of Selected
Crop & Livestock Ent.
AGRI BUS 94 Fin. Statement
Analysis
AG ECO 92 Agri. Credit &
Finance
AG ECO 93 Econ. of Agr'1
Production


* Summer





B.S. IN AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING


FIRST YEAR
First Semester
10 Intro. to Christian
Life & Thought
1 Basic Canposition I
51 Gen. Botany
01 College Algebra
51 Gen. Inorganic Chem*
52 Prin. of Crop Prod.
1 Engineering Drawing
1 1 unit
1 1.5 units


Second Semester


RS

ENG
BIO
MATH
CHEM
AGRO
DRAWING
P.E.
ROTC


RS
ENG
BIO
CHEM
MATH
DRAWING
AN HUSB

P,.E
RGOTC


20 Church & Sac. I
2 Basic Comp. II
53 Gen. Zoology
53 Organic Chem.
2 Plane Trigo.
2 t ENG'G Drawing
52 Prin. of An.
Husbandry
2 unit
2 1.5 units


SECOND YEAR


First Semester


Second Semester
RS 40 Church & Sac. II
SPAN 2 Inter. Spanish
AGRIMETH 51 Agri Statistics
PHY 52 Agric. Physics II
MATH 52 Differential
Calculus
CHEM 57 Agri. Biochem.
AG LAW 51 Taxation & Land
Reform
PILIPIN0 2 Panitikang Pili-
pino:Pahapyao na
Kasaysayan at mga
Piling Katha
P. E. 4 1 unit
ROTC 4 1.5 units


RS 3
SPAN
ENG
MATH 5
CHEM 5
AG ENG'G 5j

PHY 5
PILIPING

P. E.
ROTC


10 Church & Sacraments I
1 Elem. Spanish
3 Rhetoric
1i Analytical Geanetry
i5 Qual1. & Quanti. Chem
1i Fundamentals of Sur-
veying
1 Agri. Physics I
1 Sining Ng Pakikipag-
talastasan
3 unit
3 1.5 units


SUMMER

10 New Philippine Constitution
53 Agri. Meteorology
'10 Phil. Hist. & Govt.


POL SCI
PHYS
HIST






B.S. IN AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING


THIRD YEAR


First Semester
RS 50 Theo. of Dev.
& Liberation
SPAN 3 Adv. Spanish
PHILO 01 Logic
MATH 53 Integral Calculus
AG ECO 54 Prin. of Agri.
Econ,
AG ENG'G 52 Fund, of Elec-
tricity
AG ENG'G 53 Applied Mecha-
nics
AGRO 53 Prin. of Field
Crop Production


Second Senester
PHILO 15 Philo. of Man
AG ENG'G 54 Mechanics of
Fluid
AG ENG'G 55 Thermodyna-
mics
AG ENG'G 56 AC-~DC Circuit
AG ENG'G 57 Eng'g Mate-
rials
SOCIO 103 Soc. & Eco. of
Cooperatives
SPAN 4 Phil. Lit. in
Spanish
YCAP


FOURTH IEAR


Second Semester
Philo 30 Gen. Ethics
AG ECO 56 Farm Management
AG ECO 58 Farm Marketing
AG ENG'G 62 Farm Machine-
rie (N'~G Designs & Appli.)
AG EG'G63 Irrigation&
Drainage
AG ENG'G 64 Farm Waste Dis-
posal, utilization &
Sanitation
AG ENG'G 65 Timber & Steel
Design
AN. HUSB 58 Feeds & Feed-
ing


First Semester
PHILO 25 Philo. of Rel.
SOILS 51 Prin. of Soil
Science
AG ENG'G 58 FARM Engines
AG ENG'G 59 Kinematics
AG ENG'G 60 Theory of
Structure
AG ENG'G 61 Strength of
Materials
AG ECO 57 Farm Acctg.






B.S. IN AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING


FIFTH YEAR


First Semester
AG ENG6'G 66 Farm Mecha-
nization
AG ENJG'G 67 Farm Electri-
fication
AG ENG'G 68 Design of
Farm Road
& Bridges
AG ENVG'G 69 Farm Shop
Practice
AG ENG'G 70 Design of Ir-
rigation & Conser-
vation Structures
AG ENG'G 71 Elements of
Machine Design
SOCIO 108 Rural Socio.
AGRIMETH 52 Scientific
Report ng


Second Semester


AG ENG'G 72 -

AG ENG'G 73 -

AG ENG'G 74 -

AG ENG'G 75 -

AG ENG'G 76 -

AG ENG'G 77 -

AGRIMETH 53 -
SOCIO 104 -


Hist 11


Soil & Water
Conservation
Agricultural
Refrigeration
Agricultural
Processing
Concrete & Ma-
sonry Design
Farm Buildings
& Structures
Agri Eng'g.
Econromics
Seminar
Family Socio.
(w/Family
Planning)
Rizal





COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE COMPLEX

Manresa Research Station


Viable plans for pro-
vincial development prog-
rams are provided by the
The Institute
The Institute is en-
gaged in applied research
in Agricultural Economics,
particularly in the area
of agricultural marketing.
Priority is given to mar-
keting problems affecting
farmers and agribusiness
firms in Northern Minda-


Rural Development Survey
and Advisory Service.

of Market Analysis
nao, Studies have been con-
ducted on the marketing of
coffee, coconuts, vegetable
and livestock products in
Misamis Oriental and Bukid-
non. On-going research pro-
jects include a business
survey of agricultural tnB-
ders in Cagayan de Gro


Agricultural research
is undertaken in the three
Manresa experiment sta-
tions where plant and ani-


mal breeding, weed control
improved pastures, soil
structures are main con-
cerns.


Extension Service


It is through its Ex-
tension Service that the
Aggie College reaches out
and relates to the Agri-
cultural community. The
Extension Service is par-
ticularly concerned with
two main areas: helping
increase the agricultural
productivity of small far-
mers and the creation of
socio-economic structures
geared to development lea-
Coo-op Credit


dership and bring about a
more just return for the
farmer's labor.

At one time orano-
ther the Extension Service
has fielded 32 men and wo-
men in 9 provinces of Min-
danao. Presently there are
18 working in two provinces
with rice and corn growers,
with coconut planters, with
tree farming, and fishermen.
Union Promotion


The Credit Union and
Cooperative Promotion ac-
count for the organization
over the years of some 50
credit unions, producers
Rural Development


and marketing coops, consu-
mer, agricultural supplies,
tractor pool and gasoline
cooperatives.

Advisory Service





City, an investigation of
the economics of limiting
in corn production in Bu-
kidnon, an analysis of sea-
sonal price variability of
important agricultural pro-
ducts, and costs and re-
turns studies for selected
agricultural enterprises.
The Institute is staf-
fed with five Agricultural
Economists (two Ph.D., one


M.S., and two M.S. degree
candidates) who also teach
Agricultural Economics and
Agribusiness courses in
the College of Aglriculture.
Assisting the staff are 3
research assistants (8
starting school year 1979
1980) who rre working to-
ward their M.S. degree in
agriculturall Economics.


Rural Communication Center (RCC)


The RCC produces
broadcast materials in
School-on-the-Air and radio
play formats as well as
complimentary low-cost print
media materials and visual
aids on non-formal educa-
tion for rural audiences.


Future expansion of
communication services will
be towards technical slide
production communication
research and workshops on
low-cost media materials.


Southeast Asia Rural Social Leadership Inst.


The synthesis of the
Aggie Complex Academic and
Social Experience is trans-
lated in SEARSOLIN from
which some 620 rural lea-
ders from the 18 nations of
India, Sri Lanka, Thailand,
Malaysia, Indonesia, Viet-
nam, Hongkong/Macao, Korea,
Taiwan, Laos, Khmer, Bang-
ladesh, Papua New Guinea,
Fiji Islands, Samoa, the
Marianas, Caroline and Mar-
shall Islands Ghana and
the Philippines have been
trained to help their peo-
ple "To do more, know more,
and have more in order to
be more."


The SEARSOLIN program
provides for in-depth un-
derstanding of the princi-
ples entailed in rural
development, philosophi-
cally, economically, socio-
logically, and for the en-
hancement of a range of
skills, from communication
through agricultural tech-
nology all geared to a
highly competent and moti-
vated leadership.

From it have stemmed
through its alumni other
smaller training centers In
several countries.






COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE FACULTY


Full Time Faculty
Francisco Aclan Asso. Professor; BSA (UP),M.S. Agron
(UP), Ph. D. Hort. (Ohio State)
Ramon M. Branzuela Asst. Instructor; BSAE (CMU)
Benedicto V. Boiser -Asst. Professor; BSA (CMU),
M. Eng'g (AIT-Thailand)
Eduardo S. Canvas Asst. Professor; BSA (XU);, Dip.
in Soc. Leadership ( Coady Int'1.
Inst., Canada), M.A. Eco. (XU),
Ph. D. Ag. Eco. Cand. (Ohio State)
Floro V. Dalapag Asst. Instructor; BSA (XU}
Miguel L. Fabello I- Instructor; BSA (XU), M.S. Ag.
Eco. Cand. (XU)
Bonnie A. Fairbanks Asst. Instructor; 8.S. Animal
Science (Univ. of Rhode Island)
Ismael P. Getubig Asso. Professor; AB,BSA (XU),M.S.
Ag Eco. (Vlirginia Polytechnic Inst)
Ph. D. Ag Eco. (Univ. of Hawaii)
Enrico N. Imperio Instructor; BSA (UP)
Antonio Ledesma, S.J.* Asst. Professor; AB,M.A. (UP)
Ph. D. Rural Socio Cand. (Univ. of
Wisconsin)
Isidro Q. Lico Instructor; BSA (CMU), M.S. Ag Eco.
(XU)
William F. Masterson, S.J. Professor; A.B., S.T.L.,
Ph. L., M.A. Phil. (Woodstock)
Anselmo B. Mercado Asso. Professor; BSA (XU), Dip.
in Soc. Leadership (Coady I-nt'1.
Inst., Canada), M.S. Ag Extension
Ed. (Virginia Polytechnic Inst.)
Alfredo A. Navarro Asst. Instructor; BSA (XU)
Bernabe F. Noble Instructor; BSME (Mapua)
Lillian G. Occena Asst. Instructor; B.S. Food
Tech. (UlP)
Erasmo G. Sagaral Asso. Professor; BSA (CMU) M.S.
Agron (UlP), Ph. D. Physiology (Vir-
ginia Polytechnic Inst)
Milagros F. Sandoval Instructor; BS Ag Ext. (UP),
M.S. Dev. Com (UP)


* On Stuldy Leave








Full Time Faculty


Renato L. Siong Asso. Professor; BSA (CMU), M.S. Ag
Chem. (]Madras, India)
Alejandro S. Villamor Asst. Instructor; BSAE (CMU)
Wilfred R. Yacapin Instructor; BSA (XU), M.S. Ag.
Eco. Cand. (XU)
Thelma A. Zablan Professor; B.S. Pharm. (UST), M.N.S.
An. Nutrition (Cornell)


Part Time Faculty


Godoftedo S. Abuzo Lecturer-Instructor; BSAE (CMU)
Socorro 0. Acosta Lecturer-Asso. Professor; B.S.
Home Tech (UtP), M.S. Poultry Nutric
tion (UP), M.S. Poultry Science
CUniv. of Hawaii), Ph. D. Products
Tech (lowa State)
Jesus V, Agana Lecturer-Asst, Professor; L1. B.
(Ateneo de Manila)
Gil Cordenillo Lecturer-Instructor; Asso. in Sur-
veying (Divine Word), B.S.C.E.(UB)
81as C. Garcia Lecturer-Asst. Professor; D.V.M.
(State Col. of Washington)
Josefino M. Magallanes Lecturer-Asst. Professor;
BSC (XU), M.A. Sociology (XU)
A'lejo R. Parel Lecturer Instructor; BSA (UP)
Cert. of Instruction in Entomology
(Engl and)
Crisologo M. Petalcorin Lecturer Instiuctor; B.S.
Civil Eng'g (CIT), M.A. Cand. (CMU)
Pedro P. Pilapil Lecturer-Instructor; B.S. Chem Eng'g
(CIT)


* On Study Leave





XAVIER UNIVERSITY COLLEGES AND SPECIALIZED PROGRAMS

Undergraduate Colleges

College of Arts and Sciences
Bachelor of Arts (A.B.) in English Literature
A.B. in Philosophy
A.B. in Economics
A.B. in Sociology
A.B. in History
A.B. in Library Science
A.8. th Philippine Studies
A.B. in Pilipino
A.B. in Natural Science
Bachelor of Science (B.S.) in Marine Biology
B.S. in Biology
B.S. Major in Chemistry
B.S. Major in Mathematics
B.S. Major in Guidance & Counselling
Two-year Pre-Nursing Program
College of Agriculture
B.S. in Agriculture
Major in Agricultural Economics
Major in Agri-business
Major in Agronomy
Major in Animal Husbandry
Major in Development Communication
Major in Food Technology
B.S. in Agricultural Engineering
College of Commerce
8.S. in Commerce
B.S. in Business Administration
Major in Management
Major in Banking & Finance
Major in Economics
Major in Marketing
College of Education
B.S. in Elementary Education
B.C. in Education






College of Law


Graduate School
Master of Science (M.S.) in Agricultural Economics
Master of Arts (M.A.) in Economics
M.S. in English
M.A. in History
M.A. in Philippine Studies
M.A. in Sociology
Ph.D. in Sociology
General Sociology
Demography
Population Studies
Anthropology
Rural Sociology
M.A. in Guidance and Counselling
M.A.T. Communication Arts (English)
M.A.T. Communication Arts (Pilipino)
M.A.T. General Science
M.A.T. Mathematics
M.A.T.E.A. Elementary Agriculture
Doctor in Education
Master in Business Administration
Master of Public Administration
M.A. in Educational Management (IDEA)

Research Programs
Research Institute for Mindanao Culture (RIMCU)
Institute of Marine Science
Philippine Folklife and Folklore Research
Institute of Market Analysis (IMA)

Community Programs
Xavier Folklife Museum
Child Care Center
Legal Aid and Research Center
Xavier University College of Agriculture Ext. Service
Rural Communication Center