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Southern Luzon State University Colllege of Agriculture Department of Agriculture

VISION A globally productive higher education institution with excellent academic programs in the fields of business and education, engineering and technology, social and natural science, and allied medicine, spearheading proactive research and extension programs and the sustainable stewardship of Mount Banahaw. MISSION Committed to building people, providing quality education and promoting a healthy environment. Go S L S U CORE VALUES God-loving Service-Oriented Leadership by Example Sustained Passion for Excellence Undiminished Commitment to Peace and Environmental Advocacy GOALS OF THE COLLGE OF AGRICULTURE 1. Produce academically equipped and reputable technical personalities in the fields of Agriculture, Forestry, Fisheries and Environmental Science. 2. Develop and promote state-of-the-art technologies that are economically, physically and socially feasible. 3. Develop graduates who are not only technically competent but also intellectually and culturally mature, capable of assuming roles of leadership in an increasingly complex society.

EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES OF THE BSA PROGRAM

Goals And Objectives 1 2 3

Providing students with fundamental principles and practices of agricultural production Developing the technical and scientific habit of thought in the utilization and conservation of food system resources Developing competencies in identifying, diagnosing and analyzing problems and in designing, packaging and applying technologies needed in the improvement of food system resources

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COURSE SYLLABUS 1. Course Code: 2. Course Description: 3. Pre-Requisite: 4 Co-Requisite: 5. Credit/ Class Schedule:
6. Course Description: 3 units ; 3 lecture hours per week Basic concepts related to starting and managing an agriculture enterprise with focus on farming as a business and role of farmers as entrepreneurs, to preparing business plan.

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7. Program Outcomes and Relationship to Program Educational Objectives:

Program Outcomes

Program Educational Objective 1 2 3

Ability to perform the tasks in the technical and scientific fields with confidence and creativity Ability to diagnose and analyze strengths and limitations, opportunities, threats in the practice of agriculture profession Ability to conceptualize and formulate systems-oriented strategic plans and programs for agricultural development Ability to manage resources effectively and efficiently Ability to monitor and evaluate planms and programs in Agriculture Ability to advocate agricultural Ability ot practice and promote public safety in the use of agricultural technology Ability to implement agricultural development compatible with resource conservation Ability to communicate skills and strategies Ability to develop and cultivate collaborative and productive work attitude towards the agriculture profession Ability to provide leadership and vision in identifying, creating and pursuing opportunities in agricultural development Ability to practice ethical interpersonal relations with employers, subordinates, peers, clients and the general public

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Course Objective Discuss and understand concept of farming as a 1 business and the entrepreneurial role of farmers

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2 Identify factors related to the choice of a business enterprise 3 Familiarize with the steps and processes in establishing an enterprise 4 Prepare a business feasibility study Validate concepts on agricultural entrepreneurship 5 through interaction with entrepreneurs 9. Course Coverage WEEK HOURS TOPIC Orientation; discussion of course goals and expected outcomes; discussion of course policies, grading system Introductory concepts; entrepreneurship and farming as a business The Feasibility Study 1 (Introduction) Product quality survey 2 Farmers as entrepreneur Overview of Philippine agriculture Analysis of market size and value 3 Classifications of farms Demand and supply forecasting 4 Farmbusiness preparation The 4 ps of business Presentation of lab.ex.4 Preparation break Market analysis presentation

METHODOLOGY and STRATEGY Class Discussion

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Prelimenary examination (Laboratory) The demand function; definition and graph, change vs. shift Demand elasticities Technical analysis 5 The supply function; definition and graph, change vs. shift Supply elasticities Depreciation and asset valuation 6 Depreciation and asset valuation Presentation of lab.ex.no.6 Presentation break Technical analysis presentation Conventions on farm accounting Financial statement preparation Balance sheet 7 Measures of finanical position Liquidity ratios Income statement 8 Solvency ratios Cash flow statement 9 Profitability ratios Presentation of lab.ex.no.9 Activity ratio Break Finanical and profitability analysis presentation

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Final presentation break Dos and donts in formal paper presentation Power dressing Final paper presentaion Integration period Final examination (Lecture) Final examination (Laboratory)

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10. Course Outcomes and Relationship to Course Objectives / Program Outcomes:

Course Outcome
A student completing this course should at the minimum be able to:

Course Objectives 1 2 3 a b

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Discuss basic concepts of 1 entrepreneurship and farming as business 2 Discuss the dynamics of Philippine agriculture 3 Enumerate the classifications of farm 4 Identify the factors in putting a business enterprise Graph and perform relevant 5 computations on demand function Graph and perform relevant 6 computations on supply function 7 Prepare and analyze relevant finanical statements Perform relevant computations 8 on measures of financial position

11. Contribution of the Course to Meeting the Professional Component: Agriculture topics: % General education component: % 12. Textbook:

Kay, Ronald D. et al. 2003. Farm Management, 5th Edition. McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. United States of America.

13. Course Evaluation: Students must earn 60% or better in order to pass the course. Requirements such as examinations, quizzes, research works, laboratory exercises, individual and group works- portfolio and attendance shall be evaluated accordingly. Lecture (2/3) Major Examinations Quizzes Recitation and Assignment Attendance TOTAL

40% 30% 25% 5% 100%

Laboratory (1/3) Major Examinations Quizzes Recitation and Exercises Attendance TOTAL

40% 30% 25% 5% 100%

Aside from academic deficiency, other grounds for a failing grade are:

Grave misconduct and /or cheating during examinations Unexcused absences of more than 20% of required number of meetings per term A failing academic standing and failure to take the final exam

14. References:

a. Demand and Supply. Retrieved June 20, 2012, from http://ocw.mit.edu/courses/sloan-school-ofmanagement/15-988-system-dynamics-self-study-fall-1998-spring-1999/readings/economics.pdf b. Elasticity of Demand and Supply. Retrieved July 28, 2012, from http://www.extension.iastate.edu/agdm/wholefarm/pdf/c5-207.pdf

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15. Course Materials Made Available:

a. Samples of homework sets from students b. Samples of exercises sets from students c. Samples of quizzes and major exams from students d. End-of-course assessment report by the students and the faculty
16. Committee Member: Alexander C. Garcia

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