SOUTHERN PHILIPPINES AGRIBUSINESS & MARINE & AQUATIC SCHOOL OF TECHNOLOGY Matti, Digos City COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES COURSE SYLLABUS

2nd Semester, SY 2005-2006

Course No. AgBus 6 Course Title : Agribusiness Finance Course Descriptive: The subject deals on Major Spheres of Business Finance, Business Objectives, Different Forms of Business Organizations, Project Feasibility Study Preparation, Finance Functions coordinated with different tools and Financing Strategies and Techniques in Financial Planning and Capital Investment Analysis. VISION OF THE INSTITUTION: SPAMAST shall emerge as the center for advance studies in fishery and marine science, agriculture and agri-business to sustain and accelerate the socio economic development through modern innovative entrepreneurial undertakings. MISSION OF THE INSTITUTION: To produce highly competent development-oriented, globally competitive individuals in the fields of agro-industry,fishery and marine sciences through quality and responsive instruction, research, extension and production function. It shall provide value oriented and technically skilled manpower to the fast growing industry. DEPARTMENT VISION: A leading College in molding dynamic entrepreneurs towards the development of Southern Mindanao. DEPARTMENT MISSION: Consistent provider of cost-effective, quality and competitive entrepreneurial education committed to build a just and productive society. GOALS OF THE DEPARTMENT: To promote productive and innovative education committed in sustaining countryside development. OBJECTIVES OF THE DEPARTMENT: The objectives of Agricultural Business Department are: 1. Produce competent and skilled entrepreneurs and cooperative managers; 2. Provide prospective entrepreneurs and cooperative managers as ooportunity to conduct and disseminate researches; 3. Lead in curriculum development to keep abreast of the changing demand of the dynamic society; 4. Undertake relevant extension services through the conduct of formal and non-formal education programs; and 5. Strengthen partnership and linkages with local and international linkages. GENERAL OBJECTIVES OF THE COURSE: A. COGNITIVE : At the end of the course, the students : Conceptualize the basic concepts, principles and functions of Business Finance. Describe and compare the different forms of Business organizations in the Philippines, PFS Preparation, Business and its, Regulatory Agencies and Financial tools and analysis. B. Affective ; At the end of the course, the students: Appreciates the significance of business finance Values coordination and hardwork in the business C. Psychomotor: At the end of the course, the students are able to: Use learned skills in Actual Application Perform best in his/her own field of specialization

Prerequisite: Unit Credit: 3 units Semester:2nd SY:04-05 Lecture: Dept. Subject Offered: AgriBusiness Instructor: Merlyn G. Hefervez,MBA

CONTENT I-INTRODUCTION a. Definition of Business Finance b. Major Spheres of Business Finance c. Primary Goals of Business Finance d. Concepts & Functions of Business

OBJECTIVES To let the students define Business Finance Enumerate and expain the its' major spheres, Primary Goals, and Concepts and Functions

DELIVERY/STRATEGY Learning Activity, discussion with interaction of the students Lecture and motivate students for class participation

REQUIREMENT/ASSESSMENT METHOD Performance on the Activity, Quizzes and Oral Recitation, Assignments

TIME FRAME 2nd week of Nov. 3rd week of Nov. 3rd week of Nov. 4th week of Nov.

Finance

SOUTHERN PHILIPPINES AGRIBUSINESS AND MARINE AND AQUATI SCHOOL OF TECHNOLOGY Matti, Digos City COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES COURSE SYLLABUS 1st Sem. 2006-2007

Course No. : Ag Bus 1 Prerequisite: None Curriculum : 1 BSAB - A&B Course Title : Intro to Agri-business Unit Credit : 3 Units Lecture : 3 hrs./week Course Description: The subject deals on the Introductory Concept of Agri-business, the management concepts and its functions, role of managers/entrepreneurs, success stories of entrepreneurs, entrepreneurial undertakings, profile of farmer-entrepreneur, opportunity seeking in agribusiness, the agribusiness chain, steps in making new business as well a managing risks in the business. VISION OF THE INSTITUTION: SPAMAST shall emerge as the center for advance studies in fishery and marine science, agriculture and agri-business to sustain and accelerate the socio economic development through modern innovative entrepreneurial undertakings. MISSION OF THE INSTITUTION: To produce highly competent development-oriented, globally competitive individuals in the fields of agro-industry,fishery and marine sciences through quality and responsive instruction, research, extension and production function. It shall provide value oriented and technically skilled manpower to the fast growing industry. DEPARTMENT VISION: A leading College in molding dynamic entrepreneurs towards the development of Southern Mindanao. DEPARTMENT MISSION: Consistent provider of cost-effective, quality and competitive entrepreneurial education committed to build a just and productive society. GOALS OF THE DEPARTMENT: To promote productive and innovative education committed in sustaining countryside development. OBJECTIVES OF THE DEPARTMENT: The objectives of Agricultural Business Department are: 1. Produce competent and skilled entrepreneurs and cooperative managers; 2. Provide prospective entrepreneurs and cooperative managers as ooportunity to conduct and disseminate researches; 3. Lead in curriculum development to keep abreast of the changing demand of the dynamic society; 4. Undertake relevant extension services through the conduct of formal and non-formal education programs; and 5. Strengthen partnership and linkages with local and international linkages. GENERAL OBJECTIVES OF THE COURSE: A. COGNITIVE : At the end of the course, the students : Conceptualize the basic concepts, principles and functions of Agri-business Describe and compare the different functional areas of the Agri-business in the countryside development B. Affective ; At the end of the course, the students: Appreciates the significance of Agri-business Give more emphasis on careful Agri-business planning and analysis C. Psychomotor: At the end of the course, the students are able to: Use learned skills in Actual Application Perform best in his/her own field of specialization CONTENT OBJECTIVES I - INTRODUCTION a. Personal Assessment The students will be able to: 1. Know the techniques in assessing and and recognizing their own Entrepreneurial Competences (PECS) 2. Identify its public area, blind area secret area and unknown area

DELIVERY/STRATEGY

REQUIREMENT/ASSESSMENT METHOD TIME FRAME

Reference

b. The Johari Window Model

Learning by doing Activity, Discussion with the interaction of the students and group dynamics Learning by doing Activity, Discussion with the interaction of the students and group dynamics

Performance on the activity,Quizzes and Oral Recitation Performance on the activity

2nd week of June

Entrepreneurship for Small Business CEFE Approach Training Module

3rd week of June

c. An overview of Agri-business, its concept, importance and dimension d. Principles of Agri-business and its Application e. PROFILE OF THE FARMER-ENTREPRENEUR f. General Qualities and role of an Entrepreneur g. Criteria in opportunity-seeking in Agribusiness, causes of failures on an entrepreneur, essentials for the success of Agribusiness h. Definition of Production and its principles II. THE AGRI-BUSINESS CHAIN a. Agricultural Marketing System, 4 P's of Marketing and the Husbands and Wives of Marketing b. The Agri-business Road Map

3. Define and discuss the concepts, importance and dimensions of Agri-business 4. Conceptualize and discuss the principles and applications of Agribusiness criteria in assessing resources 1. Identify and discuss the qualities and roles of an entrepreneur 2. Distinguish the criteria, causes of failures and the essentials for the success of agribusiness 3. Define, understand and equip on developing a production plan 1. Identify, understand and discuss the 4 P's systems, 4 P's, Husbands and Wives of Agricultural marketing 2. Identify and presents the road map from production-marketing and outline how the cooperatives can help-farmer-entrepreneurs market their products 3. Understand and identify the role of coop's, the different players in the agri-business chain and the channel of distribution

Micro teaching

Performance on the Activity, Quizzes and oral recitation Performance on the activity,Quizzes & Oral Recitation

4th week of June

Learning by doing Activity, Discussion with the interaction of the students and group dynamics Learning by doing Activity, Discussion with the interaction of the students and group dynamics Learning by doing Activity, Lecture with class participation Group Dynamics Learning by doing Activity, Lecture, Group Dynamics and presentation of output Learning by doing Activity, Lecture with class participation and presentation of output conduct assessment/evaluation in the marketing system of a farmer-entrepreneur Learning by doing Activity, Lecture with class participation and presentation of output

1st week of July

Agribusiness Mgt. & Farming Systems Dev't. Training Module Agribusiness Mgt. & Farming Systems Dev't. Training Module Agribusiness Mgt. & Farming Systems Dev't. Training Module Agribusiness Mgt. & Farming Systems Dev't. Training Module Agribusiness Mgt. & Farming Systems Dev't. Training Module Agribusiness Mgt. & Farming Systems Dev't. Training Module Agribusiness Mgt. & Farming Systems Dev't. Training Module Agribusiness Mgt. & Farming Systems Dev't. Training Module

Performance on the activity,Quizzes & Oral Recitation Performance on the activity,Quizzes, Oral Recitation and Assignments

2nd week of July

3rd week of July

Performance on the activity and Quizz

Performance on the activity and Quizz

4th week of July to 1st week of August 1st week of August

Content of the output, performance in the presentation of the output and Mid Term Examination Performance on the activity and Quizz

2nd & 3rd week of August

c. The cooperative as marketing arm, players in the Agri-business chain, channel of distribution, major players at various levels of marketing process III. PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT a. Definition, aspects, role of management b. Functions and Role of Managers

4th week of August and 1st week of Sept.

1. Understand, define and discuss the role and aspects of management 2. Understand, define and discuss the five functions of mgt. and role of managers 3. Understand and identify the difference of a manager and entrepreneur 4. Understand and discuss the case study analysis

Lecture and discussion with the interaction of the students Lecture and discussion with the interaction of the students Lecture and discussion with the interaction of the students Lecture and discussion with the interaction of the students

Quizz and Oral Recitation Quizz and Oral Recitation Quizz and Oral Recitation Quizz and Oral Recitation

2nd week of Sept. 3rd & 4th week of Sept. 1st week of Oct.

c. Difference of Manager and a Entrepreneur

d. Case Study in relation to mgt. style

Quizz, Oral Recitation, presentation of case analysis and Final Exam

2nd week of Oct.

Essentials of Mgt. and Fundamentals of Mgt. and Org'n. Essentials of Mgt. and Fundamentals of Mgt. and Org'n. & one minute manager Essentials of Mgt. and Fundamentals of Mgt. and Org'n. & Entrepreneurship Magazine Essentials of Mgt. and Fundamentals of Mgt. and Org'n.

Prepared by: MERLYN G. HEFERVEZ,MBA Instructor I

Reviewed by: ZANDRO P. IBAÑEZ,MBA Subject Coordinator

Noted by: MARILYN F. CAMPANER, MA Dept. Chairman

Approved by: RUTH LUCERO, MS Director for Instruction

SOUTHERN PHILIPPINES AGRIBUSINESS AND MARINE AND AQUATI SCHOOL OF TECHNOLOGY Matti, Digos City COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES COURSE SYLLABUS 1st Sem. 2006-2007

Course No. : EM 3 Prerequisite: None Curriculum : 3BSAB Major in Enterprise Management Course Title : Farm Management Unit Credit : 3 Units Lecture : 3 hrs./week Course Description: The subject deals on the concept of farm management, the economics and agriculture, role of farm managers/entrepreneurs, Land Management, Farm Credit, Agricultural Production and Agricultural Extension VISION OF THE INSTITUTION: SPAMAST shall emerge as the center for advance studies in fishery and marine science, agriculture and agri-business to sustain and accelerate the socio economic development through modern innovative entrepreneurial undertakings. MISSION OF THE INSTITUTION: To produce highly competent development-oriented, globally competitive individuals in the fields of agro-industry,fishery and marine sciences through quality and responsive instruction, research, extension and production function. It shall provide value oriented and technically skilled manpower to the fast growing industry.

DEPARTMENT VISION: A leading College in molding dynamic entrepreneurs towards the development of Southern Mindanao. DEPARTMENT MISSION: Consistent provider of cost-effective, quality and competitive entrepreneurial education committed to build a just and productive society. GOALS OF THE DEPARTMENT: To promote productive and innovative education committed in sustaining countryside development. OBJECTIVES OF THE DEPARTMENT: The objectives of Agricultural Business Department are: 1. Produce competent and skilled entrepreneurs and cooperative managers; 2. Provide prospective entrepreneurs and cooperative managers as ooportunity to conduct and disseminate researches; 3. Lead in curriculum development to keep abreast of the changing demand of the dynamic society; 4. Undertake relevant extension services through the conduct of formal and non-formal education programs; and 5. Strengthen partnership and linkages with local and international linkages. GENERAL OBJECTIVES OF THE COURSE: A. COGNITIVE : At the end of the course, the students : Conceptualize the basic concepts, principles and functions of Agri-business Describe and compare the different functional areas of farm management in sustainable agriculture. B. Affective ; At the end of the course, the students: Appreciates the significance of Farm Management Give more emphasis on careful Farm Management planning and analysis C. Psychomotor: At the end of the course, the students are able to: Use learned skills in Actual Application Perform best in his/her own field of specialization CONTENT OBJECTIVES I - INTRODUCTION a. Definition of Farm Management Principles of Farm Management Characteristics of a Desirable Farm The students will be able to: 1. Know and understand the concepts, principles of farm management and characteristics of a desirable farm

DELIVERY/STRATEGY

REQUIREMENT/ASSESSMENT METHOD TIME FRAME

Reference

Learning by doing Activity, Discussion with the interaction of the students and group dynamics

Performance on the activity,Quizzes and Oral Recitation

2nd week of June

Agricultural Economics

b. Role/Job of a Farm Manager and Farm Manager as a Decision Maker c. Problems of Farm Manager d. Farm Planning, its considerations and and field lay out e. Nature, characteristics, disadvantages and similarities of farming to other businesses f. Qualifications of a Good Farmer II. LAND MANAGEMENT a. Definition of STOP, its Principles and and Purpose b. Classification of different land units using SLOPE INDICATOR c. Definition of SWC, Its role, principles, strategies and practices d. Classes of Soil Types

2. Identify its roles/functions and its involvement in the decision making process 3. Determine & discuss the problems 4. Conceptualize and discuss farm planning its considerations and field lay out 5. Identify, understand and discuss the nature, characteristics, disadvantages and similarities of farming to other businesses 6. Know, understand and enumerate the qualifications of a good farmer 1. Identify,understand and discuss the principles and Purpose of STOP 2. Identify and able to utilize the Slope Indicator in distinguishing the different land units 3. Identify, Understand and discuss SWC, Its role, principles,strategies& practices 3. Understand,assess and identify the different types of soil based on the recommended strategies of UDP 4. Define and understand the principles, strategies and practices of DFS 1. Understand, define and discuss the meaning, reasons and price of credit 2. Define and discuss loan sharks, determinants of cost credit, principles in the use of credit and guidelines in obtaining farm credit 3. Understand and identify the requirements and steps of supervised credit 4. Understand and discuss credit consciousness and agricultural credit in other asian countries 1. Identify and understand the factors and nature of agricultural production 2. Determine, understand and discuss the input output ratio, significance of the land and production decisions 1. Identify, understand and presents the principles and methods of extension 2. Understand and discuss community-based extension delivery scheme

Learning by doing Activity, Discussion with the interaction of the students Micro teaching Learning by doing Activity, Discussion with the interaction of the students Learning by doing Activity, Discussion with the interaction of the students and group dynamics

Performance on the activity Performance on the Activity, Quizzes Performance on the activity,Quizzes & Oral Recitation Performance on the activity,Quizzes & Oral Recitation

2nd week of June 3rd week of June 3rd week of June

Agriculture Economics and Agribusiness Magazine VOL. 11 Agribusiness Mgt. & Agribusiness Mgt. & Farming Systems Agribusiness Mgt. & Farming Systems Dev't. Training Module

4th week of June to 1st week of July

e. Definition of DFS, Its principles, strategies, purpose and practices III. Farm CREDIT a. Definition, reasons of needing and the price of credit b. Loan sharks, determinants of cost credit , principles in the use of credit & guidelines obtaining farm credit c. Requirements and steps of supervised supervised credit d. Credit consciousness and agricultural credit in other asian countries IV. AGRICULTURAL PROD'N & MARKETING a. Factors and nature of agricultural production b. Input-output ratio, law of diminishing significance of the land and production decisions V. AGRICULTURAL EXTENSION a. Extension principles and methods b. The community-based extension delivery scheme

Learning by doing Activity, Lecture with class participation, field work and presentation of output Lecture &Discussion, Goup dynamics and Field Work Lecture &Discussion, Goup dynamics and Field Work Learning by doing Activity, Lecture w/class participation and presentation and Field Work Learning by doing Activity, Lecture with class participation and Field Work Lecture and discussion with the interaction of the students Lecture and discussion with the interaction of the students Lecture and discussion with the interaction of the students Lecture and discussion with the interaction of the students

Performance on the activities and Quizzes Quizzes, Content of the output, Performance in the presentation Quizzes, Content of the output, Performance in the presentation Performance on the activity and Quizz Performance on the activity and Quizz and Mid Term Exam Performance on the Activity, Quizzes Performance in the presentation of output Quizz and Oral Recitation Quizz and Oral Recitation Quizz and Oral Recitation Quizz and Oral Recitation Quizz and Oral Recitation,

2nd week July to 3rd week of July

Agribusiness Mgt. & Farming Systems Dev't. Training Module and Ag Ext & Land Mgt. Manual last week to 1st Agricultural Extension and Land week of August Management Trainer's Manual 2nd week of Agricultural Extension and Land August Management Trainer's Manual 2nd week of August Agricultural Extension and Land Management Trainer's Manual and SWC Hand out 3rd week of August Agricultural Extension and Land Management Trainer's Manual and DFS Hand out 4th week of August 1st week of Sept. 2nd week of Sept. 3rd week of Sept. Agricultural Economics and Credit access hand out Agricultural Economics and Credit access hand out Agricultural Economics and Credit access hand out Agricultural Economics and Credit access hand out

Learning by doing Activity, Lecture with class participation and presentation of output Learning by doing Activity, Lecture with class participation and presentation of output Lecture and discussion with the interaction of the students Learning by doing Activity, Lecture with class participation and presentation of output

Performance on the activity and Quizz

4th week of Sept.

Agricultural Economics

Performance on the activity and Quizz

4th week of Sept.

Agricultural Economics

Quizz and Oral Recitation, Performance on the activity and Quizz and Final Exam

1st week of Oct.

Agrc'l. Extension & Land Mgt. Trainer's Manual 2nd week of October Agrc'l. Extension & Land Mgt. Trainer's Manual Agrc'l. Extension &

Requirement: Conduct one (1) Farm Assessment Conduct one (1) Training course

Prepared by: MERLYN G. HEFERVEZ,MBA Instructor I

Reviewed by: ZANDRO P. IBAÑEZ,MBA Subject Coordinator

Noted by: MARILYN F. CAMPANER, MA Dept. Chairman

Approved by: RUTH LUCERO, MS Director for Instruction

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