Bachelor of Science - Agriculture
The B.Sc.(Agr.) degree differs from a B.Sc. degree in that the courses focus on agriculture: for example, the student will study agricultural economics rather than economics. Like engineering or forestry, agricultural science courses are infused with practicality. The B.Sc.(Agr.) degree is normally not a general degree but requires specialization: for example, majoring in animal science, plant protection, soil science or agricultural engineering.
After completion of this degree, candidates can get more job opportunities and wide scope as a research officer, quality assurance officer, agriculture office, farm manager and agriculture loan officer (in banks) in private as we as government organizations.