The department of Protected Agriculture Science and Engineer is established in 2007. The faculty members emphasize a range of research areas in protected horticulture, including horticultural crop physiology and molecular biology, soil-less cultivation, plant factory etc. The department offers undergraduate program of Protected Agriculture Science and Engineer, and offers research-centered advanced degrees including Master of Agronomy (in field of vegetable science and protected horticulture) and Doctor of Agronomy (in field of vegetable science). Students graduate with the qualitative and quantitative skills necessary for professional research and teaching in one or more of the following areas: the production, management and utilization of protected horticultural plants.
Our faculty includes 2 professors, 3 associated professors, 1 lecture.