The master program


The master program on climate smart agriculture will start in January 2022 at PSTU.
The development of the program is in progress. For the ones who cannot wait, a preliminary overview of the courses is provided below…

Semester-1 (January-June)

A. Compulsory Courses (8 Cr. Hr.)

    
Course No.Title of the CoursesCr. Hr.Marks
CSA 6101Global Climate Change Issues2100
CSA 6102Stress Physiology for CSA2100
CSA 6103Advanced Agro-analytical Chemistry2100
CSA 6104Agricultural Meteorology2100

B. Elective Courses (At least 4 Cr. Hr.*)

Course No.Title of the CoursesCr. Hr.Marks
CSA 6109Gender Issues in CSA2100
CSA 6110Coastal Ecosystem Services2100
  C. CSA 6113: Research Work  3  Satisfied/ Unsatisfied

Semester-2 (July- December)

A. Compulsory Courses (8 Cr. Hr.)

Course No.Title of the CoursesCr. Hr.Marks
CSA 6105Tree and Crop Modeling for CSA2100
CSA 6106Ariel Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing & GIS in CSA2100
CSA 6107Climate Information Services2100
CSA 6108Research Methodology2100

B. Elective Courses (At least 4 Cr. Hr.*)

Course No.Title of the CoursesCr. Hr.Marks
CSA 6111Coastal Soil Management2100
CSA 6112Surface Water Hydrology for Adopting Climate Change2100
  C. CSA 6114: Research Work    3  Satisfied/ Unsatisfied

Semeser-3 (Thesis Semester)

Course No.Title of the CoursesCr. Hr.Marks
CSA 6115Research2Sat/Unsat
CSA 6116Thesis Evaluation5100
CSA 6117Thesis Defense3100
  Grand Total  40 Cr. Hr. 

Note: * More elective courses will be developed in future.