BIOLOGICAL SCIENCE covers knowledge of genetics, ecology, physiology and biochemical processes in plants and animals. The morphology, anatomy and taxonomy that include vegetative and reproductive, structure and function of plants and animals will be discussed. In plants and animals genetic, reproduction system, inheritance of qualitative and quantitative characters, heritability, selection methods for self- and cross pollinated crop also will be discussed. Plant physiology covers seeds germination, growth and plant development, photosynthesis, respiration, translocation, water relations and plant growth regulators. The biochemical aspects include introduction to structure and function of protein, carbohydrate, lipid, nucleic acid, enzymes reaction and its application in genetic engineering.
MATHEMATICS FOR TECHNOLOGY introduces students to fundamental mathematics concepts such as basic algebra, geometry, measurement, function and graph, and statistic. It provides a foundation for other courses in applied science and agricultural science programs.