The program outcomes of the Bachelor of Science in Agribusiness Management are progressively developed as the level of education progresses. These are expressed in the following learning objectives: a. Demonstrate entrepreneurial, interpersonal, leadership, organizational and managerial competencies; b. Demonstrate capability to conduct researches framed to build a reservoir of agricultural data for program planning and policy formulation; and c. Disseminate agribusiness related information that contribute to the socio-economic development of the community. Graduates of Bachelor of Elementary Education program should be able to: a. Demonstrate in-depth understanding of the diversity of learners in various learning areas; b. Manifest meaningful and comprehensive pedagogical content knowledge (PCK) of the different subject areas; c. Utilize appropriate assessment and evaluation tools to measure learning outcomes; d. Manifest skills in communication, higher order thinking and use of tools and technology to accelerate learning and teaching; e. Demonstrate positive attributes of a model teacher, both as an individual and as a professional; and f. Manifest a desire to continuously pursue personal and professional development. By the time of graduation, the student of Bachelor of Science in Agricultural and Biosystems Engineering shall have the ability to: a. Apply knowledge of mathematics and science to solve complex AB engineering problems; b. Design and conduct experiments, as well as analyze and interpret data; c. Design a system, component, or process to meet desired needs within realistic constraints, in accordance with standards; d. Function in multi-disciplinary and multi-cultural teams; e. Identify, formulate, and solve complex engineering problems; f. Understand professional and ethical responsibility; g. Communicate effectively complex AB engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large; h. Understand the impact of AB engineering solutions in a global, economic, environmental, and societal context; i. Recognize the need for, and engage in lifelong learning; j. Know contemporary issues; k. Use technique skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for AB engineering practice; l. Know and understand engineering and management principles as a member and leader of a team, and to manage projects in multi-disciplinary environment, an m. Understand at least one specialized field of ABE practice. By the time of graduation, the student of Bachelor of Science in Information System shall have the ability to: 1. Apply knowledge of business and management processes, computing, mathematics, and social sciences appropriate to Information Systems to address real-world problems. 2. Analyze complex problems, identify and define the computing requirements needed with respect to organizational factors, and plan strategic designs with appropriate solutions and implement client support practices. 3. Evaluate information systems in terms of general quality attributes, design, and possible trade-offs presented within the given competency requirements. 4. Design and implement information systems solutions that enhance organizational performance to achieve their goals within a competitive global environment. 5. Use knowledge and understanding of fundamentals of service management, enterprises in modelling and design of information systems to articulate latest developments with respect to environment concerns. 6. Utilize modern computing to deploy and use effectively skills, tools and techniques necessary for information systems based on industry standard practices. 7. Fluent in techniques for acquiring, converting, transmitting and storing data and information, including those related to data quality. 8. Function efficiently and effectively on teams in achieving the vision, direction and strategic purpose for the creation of an information systems project. 9. Exhibit strong ethical principles and have good interpersonal communication in team skills. 10. Communicate and work efficiently, effectively and independently with a range of multidisciplinary and diverse audience. 11. Ensure that data and IT infrastructure are protected from a variety of security threats and identify high level solutions to protect the data of the organization. 12. Demonstrate an understanding of the social issues and ethical implications of technology across organizations and society. 13. Participate and engage in research and life-long learning, planning, and improving performance as the foundation for professional development. The minimum standards for the Bachelor of Science in Forestry program are expressed in the following minimum set of program outcomes: a. Design appropriate agroforestry systems, cropping combination, and supportive technologies for ecological stability and socioeconomic productivity. Manage agroforestry enterprises/projects following the appropriate tools and processes from planning, production, harvesting, processing and marketing. b. Formulate, package, implement, and evaluate agroforestry related research, development and extension programs, projects and policies. c. Use appropriate tools, approaches and methods in problem solving, planning and management. At the end of the course, a graduate of the Bachelor of Science in Environmental Science program us expected to: a. Demonstrate broad and coherent knowledge and understanding in the core areas of environmental science b. Disseminate effectively knowledge pertaining to sound environmental protection, conservation, utilization, and management; c. Generate new knowledge and innovation related to the environment; d. Demonstrate the ability to contribute to the protection and management of the environment; e. Analyze local environmental issues and problems in the regional and global context and find solutions/approaches/strategies towards the attainment of sustainable environment.