本系旨在培养具有实际技能和资质，能在美化国家和社会的园艺产业所有领域中奉献，并发挥指导作用的专业园艺师。 为此，本系开设了栽培、遗传学等相关理论课程，以理解和实践蔬菜、瓜果、花卉等亲环境园艺作物的生产和新品种的栽培，另指导学生进行各种具有现场感的实验和实习。本系的教育内容不仅涵盖园艺产业各个方面，还涉及 BT产业的尖端技术。打造人类生活的舒适空间，提高生活的质量，积极支持学生的创业和研究社团的活动，帮助学生在在学期间积累各种经历经验，成长为有用的园艺师和专家。
Department of Horticultural Science Kongju National University 54 Daehak-ro, Yesan-gun, Chungcheongnam-do 32439 Republic of Korea
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Post Harvest Technology (3 Credits)
The aim is for students to master the use of the production of horticultural crops, to get the general idea of theory to increase production, facilitate the processing of storage under the guidance of the Professor and to master the technology of the horticultural plants' physiology , composition and timely maintenance after crops have been harvested. And study ways of how to create high-added-value.
Life Science Plant (3 Credits)
The aim is for students to learn about the structure and development of plants associated with life sciences. This study is on how to adapt in a variety of environments and how to make sure all kinds of skills are utilized in the survival plants.
Horticultural Crop Cultivation (3 Credits)
The aim is for students to master the development, environment, and technology related with cultivated plants. The knowledge-based study of the cultivation and production associated with horticultural crops is covered. Students also study the basic theory and application of production and planting of horticultural crops.
Principles of Pomology and Practice (3 Credits)
The aim is for students to learn the classification and appearance of a variety of fruit trees, and the growth, flower bud differentiation, maturation and nutrition of fruit trees, while also understanding the physiological phenomenon and ecological habits of fruit trees.
Vegetable Crop and practice (3 Credits)
The aim is for students to learn the theory of cultivation and management, cultivation environments, planting methods, pest management, and farm operators on kinds of vegetables. Students develop their ability on cultivation and study the whole process of cultivation.
Horticultural Crop Tissue Culture and Practice (3 Credits)
The aim is for students to learn about the large number of proliferations and the capacity of agriculture of horticultural crops as the base on plant morphology. And they also learn the methods of how to create a variety of nutrients and the distinction of certain kinds of medium and cell fusion so that can use tissue culture skills.
Horticultural Plant Nutrition and Lab. (3 Credits)
The aim is for students to master knowledge of absorption and aspects of physiological, and its relations. Students aim to understand the root structure, soil environment and principles of nutrient uptake. They learn how to control nutrition diagnosis, fertilization methods and cultivation processes to improve plant reproduction.
Eco-friendly Soil Science and Lab. (3 Credits)
The aim is for students to learn the basic characteristics, the formation process and theoretical basis of soils, and also to master the knowledge of how to manage the soil so to maintain the quality of fruit.
Experimental Statistics (3 Credits)
Students learn about all the kinds of horticultural operations and the methods of how to deal with their statistical analysis. They aim to understand the design methods on outdoor experiments and laboratory tests. They learn different theories of statistical treatment and calculation methods.
Agricultural Venture Business and Seminar (3 Credits)
The aim is for students to create high-value-added agricultural products for the free market, and to create new markets and new infrastructures. They also study how to create networks of agriculture through seminars.
Hydroponics in Horticulture and Practice (3 Credits)
The aim is for students to study the scientific knowledge on how to make nutrient solutions, on kinds of hydroponic cultivation and on the practical application of hydroponic cultivation for different crops. Students learn the practicality of cultivation techniques.
Horticultural Crop Protection and Practice (3 Credits)
Students study the species, invasion, life-history, physiology, ecology and prevention of pests as parasites and nematodes in cultivation environments. They gain a comprehension on the protection methods and preventive effects for horticultural crops from pests. They also study protection technology.
Floriculture and Practice (3 Credits)
The aim is for students to learn the theories on physiological characteristics and proliferation, environments, cultivation management in all kinds of florist crops. They gain a comprehension on how to use flowers realistically in life and study such technology.
Flower Decoration and Practice (3 Credits)
The aim is for students to learn how to use the flower crops to decorative our living spaces conveniently and beautifully. They receive training in practical ability.
Flower Decoration and Practice (3 Credits)
Urbanization and modernized lifestyles have meant the gradual development of the home interior. Plants play a major role here, in the purification of and in the beautification of living spaces. Lectures are given on the physiological characteristics and cultivation methods plants for the interior. Students aim to master special cultivation methods and methods of interior decoration.
Horticultural Plant Interior Decoration and Practice (3 Credits)
Taking the horticultural crop's disease germs as the object, this lecture focuses knowledge on morphology, physiology, manifestation and diagnosis methods, infection rates of pathogens and on the theory of pathogens on plant physiology and methods of pathogen control.
Plant Growth Regulation (3 Credits)
The aim is for students to master the characteristics and the use of methods of growth regulation that is used in the cultivation of horticultural crops. Lectures are on the theory of how to effectively use these in actual life.
Horticultural Therapy (3 Credits)
The aim is for students to understand the function and characteristics of plants used in living spaces and how they can be adapted for the education, psychology and physical usage by society, thus improving society,. Students aim to understand the relationship between the plants that can promote the somato-psychic health of people and the living environment.
Horticultural Seed, Seeding Production and Lab. (3 Credits)
Students learn about the physiological properties of seeds and the basic theories of horticultural crops' seedling production. They are trained in the business-handling related to seedling production.
Principles of Vegetable Crops and Practice (3 Credits)
Principles of Vegetable Crops and Practice: To master the required of comprehensive vegetables' management techniques through on the study by principles of vegetable crops and experimental practice and teach the basic knowledge for vegetable production.
Horticultural Crop Physiology and Lab (3 Credits)
Students receive an introduction to crop cultivation of organ structures, their functions and physiology, and an exposure in general to the cultivation of horticultural plants.
Horticultural Science (3 Credits)
Students are taught about the environmental factors that affect plants, such astemperature, moisture, air, light, soil, and inorganic matters. Crop cultivation technologies and their operation are also covered so students get to understand the characteristics and techniques of vegetable cultivation, flower cultivation, fruit tree cultivation.
Experimental Methods of Horticultural Science (3 Credits)
Students strive to master the basic knowledge of horticulture, and learn how to use experimental equipment and how to deal with published data and statistics.
Floriculture and Practice (3 Credits)
Students get an opportunity to understand an introduction to kinds of flowers and their physiological characteristics, breeding methods, growth environment, cultivation and management, flowering, and pruning. They also study floriculture training applications.
Protected Horticulture and Practice (3 Credits)
Students learn the importance of protected horticulture; and master such things as the kinds of facility characteristics, structural characteristics, environmental factors, physical properties which apply to such protection. The relationships between plants and their environment in-house are covered. Students get to understand the methods of control for in-house environments, to gather knowledge on their cultivation and new methods of technology used in the process.
Pomology and Practice (3 Credits)
Students learn species name as they study fruit crops from a Taxonomic point of view. They study the theory of cultivated management, physical barriers, and pest and disease control. They strive to master the methods of cultivating fruit crops, learn about the species characteristics, and study on-site techniques for the different kinds of fruit crops.
Eco-friendly Agricultural Materials and Lab. (3 Credits)
Many attempts have been carried out to achieve harmony in eco-agriculture production but most haven't proceeded beyond the application of chemical fertilizers and pesticides. This lecture studies how to develop and how to make environmentally-friendly fertilizer and pest control agents which can be used instead of chemical fertilizer and pesticides. Students learn about the cultivation techniques of environmentally-friendly products.
Effective Micro-organisms Science and Lab. (3 Credits)
Students attempt to master the classification, structure and characteristics, proliferation, growth environment, and genetic and ecological properties of general microorganisms. Focus is on agricultural production material and effective microorganism production, etc. Students learn about the basic theory of efficient bacterium isolation, preservation and development which is used in the production of t useful substances based on the properties of microorganisms. Students also study the cultivation techniques for effective microorganisms which can be used instead of chemical fertilizers and control techniques that can be used instead of pesticides. They also study environmentally-friendly cropland management and how to carry out ecological environment reconstruction.
Plant Genetics (3 Credits)
This lecture focuses on the basic concept of plant genetics, principles and patterns of heredity, the structure and discovery of genetic factors, and the genetic organization and differentiation of a group etc. Students specifically study the specialized cases of plant genetics in the agricultural sector, to learn such knowledge as close as practical.
Horticultural Crop Breeding and Lab. (3 Credits)
Students learn about the basic knowledge of plant genetics and study recent developments in breeding technology recently. They study the distinctions between new and classical breeding methods, and learn to understand the methods and nature of conversion and practical breeding.
Horticultural Crop Pathology and Lab. (3 Credits)
This horticulture module includes fruit gardening, vegetables gardening, flower gardening and landscaping. Students study the scientific theory of propagation and the flexible use of technology, on which they also conduct research.
Horticultural Plant Propagation and Practice (3 Credits)
Students study technology on circulation and the marketing of flower, commodity characteristics, and quality evaluation of flowers. They also cover post-harvest management of cut flowers and potted flowers, the types and operation of gardens, and related regulations.
Flower Marketing and Management (3 Credits)
With the increase in the consumption of flowers, in order to take full advantage of this, the producers, the distributors and the consumers need to co-ordinate their activities mutually. As such students focus on the investigation of the living environment and physiological properties of flowers and study the knowledge of environment and nutrition order to maintain high quality flowers.
Natural Farming in Horticultural (3 Credits)
Discussion on vegetative cultivation and cultivation methods that use natural green juices, han-prescription nutrients, fruit enzymes, brown rice vinegar which is extracted from plants, instead of chemical fertilizers and pesticides is covered.
Weed Science (3 Credits)
As the 21st century is a time for eco-agriculture harmony and development and an increased likelihood of agricultural imports, we need cultivation methods whose production cost is low. Weeds can be used on agricultural resources and also can be closely related to people. We will study knowledge from the biological characteristics to the control, and resistance of weed-icides and their environmental dynamics. Students study the theory of weed control on Genetically Modified Organisms (GMO) which have genes resistant to herbicides.
Plant and Environmental Ecology (3 Credits)
Because of the abuse and misuse of chemical fertilizers and pesticides, our greenbelt environment has become damaged. This module focuses on understanding the safety and health-care of agricultural products in view of harmony with eco-agriculture. Students cover the theory of the natural ecosystem to realize the harmony that can exist between it and eco-agriculture.