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Professional Technician in Agricultural Production

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Program

  • Carry out agricultural work during the production process of the agricultural unit from nursery, sowing, maintenance, harvesting, storage and transport.
  • Recommend or execute systems of soil conditioning, irrigation, drainage and activities of sowing, harvesting, adaptation and basic transformation of primary products, in accordance with the technical operations recommended in the agricultural production unit.

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  • Manage livestock and agricultural activities in accordance with the characteristics of the production system, in accordance with good practices, recommendations and current legislation, and respecting the natural environment of the agricultural production unit.
  • Manage the business of the agricultural production unit at all stages of the operation, taking into account quality and yield parameters and risks due to climatic changes.
  • Carry out data collection tasks, considering the management of inputs, times and production parameters that allow subsequent analysis by researchers in the field.
  • Promote the appropriate use of the infrastructure available in their agricultural production unit.

Bucaramanga, Barbosa, Barrancabermeja, Málaga, Socorro, San Vicente de Chucurí y San Alberto (Cesar):  SNIES 54745 | Qualified Registry: Resolución del Ministerio de Educación Nacional (MEN) No. 14917 del 21 de julio de 2016, modificada por la Resolución No. 18572 del 22 septiembre de 2016.

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Título

DEGREE:

Agricultural Production Technician

Duración

DURATION:

4 semesters

Modalidad

MODALITY:

Distance Education

Ubicación

CAMPUS:

Central Campus, Bucaramanga

APPLICANT'S

Profile

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Those wishing to study the Professional Technique in Agricultural Production must possess:

  • Willingness to work in a team.
  • Ability to learn, identify problematic situations, analyze them, apply acquired knowledge to solve them, and continue learning.
  • Ability to recognize the importance of establishing associative units, cooperatives, individual enterprises, or self-employment initiatives.
  • Proficiency in reading, interpreting, arguing, listening, and effective oral and written communication.
  • Values such as respect, discipline, and responsibility.
  • Willingness to work in agricultural and livestock activities.

 

 

 

GRADUATE'S

Profile

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The professional technician in Agricultural Production is a person with high ethical, political and professional quality; from an integral perspective and considering the characteristics and competences necessary to work in small and medium agricultural enterprises, they develop competences in:

  • Agricultural production
  • Agricultural marketing
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Research
  • Communication and knowledge management
  • Partnership and community development
  • Technology transfer and development
  • Environmental Protection

LABOR

Field

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Graduates of the program will work in companies and public or private organizations: participating in agricultural projects of their agricultural production unit, in coherence with the regional productive vocation, performing plant propagation tasks in nurseries, applying productivity and competitiveness criteria, respecting sustainability and environmental conservation standards in their agricultural production unit, marketing agricultural products, and supervising post-harvest and packing operations of agricultural products.

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Program

Curriculum

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Code:  24621           Credits:   3  - Agro-Industrial Production Vision


Code:  24962           Credits:   4  - Design of the Agro-Industrial Production System


Code:  28190            Credits:  2   - Soil Conservation and Adaptation


Code:  24964            Credits: 4   - Plant Nutrition Management


Code:  24965            Credits: 4  - Nursery Management


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Code:  28191           Credits: 3 - Strategic Planning in Agribusiness


Code:  24630           Credits: 4 - Plant Health Prevention


Code:  28192           Credits: 5 - Handling, Processing, and Storage of Crops of Perishables and Grains


Code:  24628           Credits: 3 - Genetic Material Management


Code:  24634           Credits: 2 - Agricultural Water Resource Management


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Code:  28193           Credits: 3 - Agricultural Trade Transactions


Code:  28194           Credits: 2 - Comparative Morphophysiology for Animal Health


Code:  24631           Credits: 4 - Animal Nutrition Management


Code:  24641           Credits: 4 – Health Care for Livestock Productivity


Code:  28195           Credits: 3 - Ruminant Production Systems


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Code:  28197           Credits: 2 - International Agribusiness Vision


Code:  24627           Credits: 3 - Exploring and Developing Agricultural Marketing


Code:  28198           Credits: 3 - Production Systems for Minor Species


Code:  28196           Credits: 3 - Reproductive System of the Livestock Farm


Code:  28199            Credits: 3 - Pig Production and Aquaculture System


PLEASE NOTE

Additional Information

      

1st semester

2023

* Available upon request

Registration collection deadline

Web registration deadline

Results publication

 

January 20, 2023

January 24, 2023

February 03, 2023

  
List of requirements
GENERAL REQUIREMENTS FOR DISTANCE AND VIRTUAL UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMS

Those interested in participating in the admission process to the Professional Technique in Agricultural Production must meet the following requirements:

  • THaving a high school diploma, or its equivalent abroad, or being in the eleventh grade of Colombian high school.
  • Having obtained a score in the State Examination according to the following criteria:
    • State exam taken before the year 2000: a minimum weighted score of 213 points is required.
    • State exam presented from the year 2000 to 2011: Minimum score of 31 points in all the areas that compose the exam, except in Foreign Language.
    • State exam presented as of 2012: minimum score of 31 points in each of the areas that make up the Saber 11° exam. For applicants exempted from the English test according to Article 1 of Decree 34 of 1980 of the Ministerio de Educación, only scores in Mathematics, Critical Reading, Social and Citizenship, and Natural Sciences will be taken into account.

Those who have obtained their bachelor's degree abroad, must present it duly apostilled and translated into Spanish if it is in a foreign language, at the time of registration.

For the purpose of the registration process for applicants who took the Saber 11° State Examination in 2012, 2013 and the first semester of 2014, the results re-scaled to the new structure of the Saber 11° State Examination, issued by the ICFES, will be taken into account.

Even if they comply with the above requirements, they will not be able to enroll in the program, and if they do, their enrollment will be cancelled:

  • Being under disciplinary sanction.
  • Having lost student status for poor academic performance (PFU) in the same program on two occasions.
  • Be applying to the same program of study from which he/she was excluded due to poor academic performance or has not renewed enrollment in that program.
  • Having initiated without concluding studies in more than one academic program at the UIS. "No person may study in the UIS more than two undergraduate programs", as stated in Article 5 of Agreement 16 of 2008 of the Superior Council.

Registration:

10 % of 1 SMMLV (minimum legal wage(s) in force)

Tuition fees per semester

0.5 SMMLV

Academic fees per semester

0.5 SMMLV

The university has a mechanism whereby a student's financial obligations can be partially or totally covered by a company or entity willing to support the student.

Various payment methods have also been made available, so that students can combine the available payment methods according to their particular conditions. On the "Start enrollment process" page you will find the available options.

Additionally, in order to facilitate access to graduate programs, the UIS has signed several agreements with entities specialized in educational loans. These agreements seek facilities and better credit conditions for UIS students.

* Students who have a voting certificate from the last popular election process in Colombia may apply for a 10% discount on tuition fees.

Note 1: The tuition fee for those who hold a professional academic degree from a university institution duly recognized by the Ministerio de Educación Nacional will be two (2) SMMLV (Acuerdo del Consejo Superior No 016 del 2008).

PROFESsORS

IPRED

Margarita Rodríguez Villabona

Magíster en E-Learning

Juan Carlos Barbosa Herrera

Doctor en Psicología

Jorge Winston Barbosa Chacón

Magíster en Informática - Línea: Desarrollo de Sistemas aplicados a la Educación

José Germán Toloza Hernández

Doctor en Arte: Producción e Investigación

Jova Ramírez Charry

Magíster en Farmacología

Carlos Aníbal Vásquez Cardozo

Magíster en Ciencias en Sistema de Producción Animal

Carlos Jesús Muvdi Nova

Doctor en Ingeniería de Procesos

Germán García Vera

Magíster en Gerencia de Negocios

Daniel Felipe Torres Ruda

Magíster en Producción Animal

Julián Mauricio Botero Londoño

Doctor en Ciencias Agrarias

Ronald Alfonso Montañez Valencia

Magíster en Conservación y Usos Sostenibles de Sistemas Forestales

Leonardo Avendaño Vásquez

Doctor en Acuicultura

Diego Suescún Carvajal

Magíster en Bosques y Conservación Ambiental

Sandra Milena Díaz López

Magíster en Manejo, Uso y Conservación del Bosque

Celmira Pereira Franco

Magíster en Dirección Estratégica

Laura Victoria Buitrago Álvarez

Magíster en Administración con énfasis en Innovación

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DISCOUNTS FOR

Academic performance

STUDENT

EXEMPTION

DISCOUNT

2216430 – CASTRO FERREIRA MARIA FERNANDA

DISTINGUISHED STUDENT 25%

25

2216208 – DUARTE BARRERA WILSON

DISTINGUISHED STUDENT 25%

25

2216259 – GUIZA ESPINEL ANA KATERYNE

DISTINGUISHED STUDENT 25%

25

2216177 – GUIZA ESPINEL WILIMBER YEFRY ADOLFO

DISTINGUISHED STUDENT 25%

25

2216213 – JAIMES ORTIZ MARIA ALEJANDRA

DISTINGUISHED STUDENT 25%

25

2206650 – MUÑOZ OCAMPO HECTOR EMIRO

DISTINGUISHED STUDENT 25%

25

2216445 – OBREGON SILVA MARIA JAZBEIDY

DISTINGUISHED STUDENT 25%

25

2206772 – PICO HERNANDEZ OLGA LILIANA

DISTINGUISHED STUDENT 25%

25

2206542 – POLANCO OCHOA ROCIO LUZ ELENA

DISTINGUISHED STUDENT 50%

50

2206835 – QUINTERO ACEVEDO KAREN LISETH

DISTINGUISHED STUDENT 25%

25

2216398 – REYES SUAREZ MARIA ARGENIS

DISTINGUISHED STUDENT 50%

50

2216465 – REYES SUAREZ YULEY KATHERINE

DISTINGUISHED STUDENT 50%

50

2206873 – RINCON GOMEZ DANIELA DEL PILAR

DISTINGUISHED STUDENT 50%

50

2206256 – SILVA MONSALVE DANIEL OSWALDO

DISTINGUISHED STUDENT 50%

50

2216012 – VILLARREAL PIERUCCINI CARMEN SOFIA

DISTINGUISHED STUDENT 25%

25

2206454 – ZARATE GUTIERREZ DAILYS YENISSA

DISTINGUISHED STUDENT 25%

25

STUDENTEXEMPTIONDISCOUNT
2216163 – ARENAS ROSADO MARIA JULIANADISTINGUISHED STUDENT 25%25
2206029 – BENAVIDES SAAVEDRA JUAN SEBASTIANDISTINGUISHED STUDENT 25%25
2216430 – CASTRO FERREIRA MARIA FERNANDADISTINGUISHED STUDENT 50%50
2216208 – DUARTE BARRERA WILSONDISTINGUISHED STUDENT 25%25
2196513 – GARNICA GARAVITO KAREN NATHALIADISTINGUISHED STUDENT 25%25
2206682 – GONZALEZ MARTINEZ JILMAR ANDRESDISTINGUISHED STUDENT 25%25
2206857 – MACHUCA CASTELLANOS KELLY JOHANADISTINGUISHED STUDENT 25%25
2206791 – MONSALVE SILVA ROBINSSONDISTINGUISHED STUDENT 25%25
2206650 – MUÑOZ OCAMPO HECTOR EMIRODISTINGUISHED STUDENT 50%50
2216445 – OBREGON SILVA MARIA JAZBEIDYDISTINGUISHED STUDENT 50%50
2206772 – PICO HERNANDEZ OLGA LILIANADISTINGUISHED STUDENT 50%50
2206542 – POLANCO OCHOA ROCIO LUZ ELENADISTINGUISHED STUDENT (DM)100
2206835 – QUINTERO ACEVEDO KAREN LISETHDISTINGUISHED STUDENT 50%50
2206873 – RINCON GOMEZ DANIELA DEL PILARDISTINGUISHED STUDENT 25%25
2216012 – VILLARREAL PIERUCCINI CARMEN SOFIADISTINGUISHED STUDENT 50%50

Student

% DTO

2216163 – ARENAS ROSADO MARIA JULIANA

25 %

2206029 – BENAVIDES SAAVEDRA JUAN SEBASTIAN

25 %

2216430 – CASTRO FERREIRA MARIA FERNANDA

50 %

2216208 – DUARTE BARRERA WILSON

25 %

2196513 – GARNICA GARAVITO KAREN NATHALIA

25 %

2206682 – GONZALEZ MARTINEZ JILMAR ANDRES

25 %

2206857 – MACHUCA CASTELLANOS KELLY JOHANA

25 %

2206791 – MONSALVE SILVA ROBINSSON

25 %

2206650 – MUÑOZ OCAMPO HECTOR EMIRO

50 %

2216445 – OBREGON SILVA MARIA JAZBEIDY

50 %

2206772 – PICO HERNANDEZ OLGA LILIANA

50 %

2206542 – POLANCO OCHOA ROCIO LUZ ELENA

100 % (DM)

2206835 – QUINTERO ACEVEDO KAREN LISETH

50 %

2206873 – RINCON GOMEZ DANIELA DEL PILAR

25 %

2216012 – VILLARREAL PIERUCCINI CARMEN SOFIA

50 %

Student

% DTO

2206025 – ARDILA URBINA ORLANDO

25 %

2206029 – BENAVIDES SAAVEDRA JUAN SEBASTIAN

25 %

2196640 – CELIS MONCADA JUAN MIGUEL

25 %

2186015 – CIPAGAUTA BALLESTEROS LUIS EDGAR

25 %

2206006 – DUARTE CARREÑO LARRY ALBERTO

50 %

2186136 – FERNANDEZ ZAMBRANO LUIS CARLOS

50 %

2196593 – GARCIA SUAREZ WILSON

25 %

2196555 – LOPEZ CRISTANCHO MIGUEL FERNANDO

25 %

2186172 – ORTIZ FORERO JHON ALEXANDER

50 %

2206309 – PACHECO ABAUNZA MAYRA GISSELA

50 %

2186122 – RUEDA VILLAR DIEGO FABIAN

50 %

2186059 – SALAZAR ZAMBRANO LUIS HERNANDO

25 %

2186228 – TORRES MONTERO NUBIA STELLA

25 %

2196624 – VERGARA AMAYA EDISON

25 %

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Contacto

Professional Technician in Agricultural Production

Telephone: +57 (607) 634 4000

Extension: 2614

E-mail: acad.agroindustrial@uis.edu.co

Ubicación

UIS Central Campus

Bucaramanga, Santander

Carrera 27 calle 9

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Horario

Office hours:

Tuesday to Saturday

7:00 a.m. to 12:00 m.

2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.

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