The Faculty of Agriculture (FOA) is the chronological successor of the Government Farm School (1910-1942), Jamaica School of Agriculture (1942-1981) and the College of Agriculture 1981-1995. The Faculty of Agriculture is mandated to prepare candidates for service in the field of Agriculture. Aditionally, consistent with CASE’s mission, the FOA has a unique mandate to provide effective teaching, conduct relevant applied research, provide extension support/ provide outreach to communities & organisations in the public arena/public service. Its role considers that CASE is Jamaica’s only designated Tertiary Agricultural Institution.
As a multi-disciplinary tertiary institution with a rich and storied heritage dating back to 1910, the College of Agriculture, Science and Education, offers students a unique opportunity to obtain higher-level education in some of the most sought after professions.
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Whereas the Faculties of Agriculture and Education are the natural successors of the former College of Agriculture and the Passley Gardens Teachers’ College, respectively, the Faculty of Science (FOS) was given birth with the establishment of the College of Agriculture, Science and Education in 1995. Without the benefit of forebears, the Faculty of Science has now established itself as a pivotal plank in the execution of the challenging tripartite (teaching, research, and outreach) mission of CASE, by making the relentless pursuit of excellence its raison d’être.
Faculty of Education (FOE) is the natural successor to the Passley Gardens Teachers’ College. It is mandated to prepare students for service in the field of Teaching, Hospitality and Tourism Management, Business Studies, and Social Work catering especially to those in the Eastern Jamaica. Consistent with CASE’s mission, the Faculty’s intention is to prepare and develop individuals who are professionally qualified, articulate, culturally, aware, environmentally and health conscious, morally sensitive, ethically motivated and service oriented; and in so doing respond to the needs of Jamaica for persons dedicated to excellence and to increase productivity in their chosen fields. Members of faculty also serve the community in a myriad of outreach roles.
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The Department of Continuing Education and Extramural Services (CEMS) is deeply committed to the advancement and enrichment of education within the eastern belt of Jamaica and the rest of the island as well as the Caribbean region. Our continuing education programmes are designed to help individuals grow, whether it in exploring an interest, developing skills or shifting careers.
The Office of International Programs (OIP) at the College of Agriculture, Science and Education (CASE), initiates, coordinates and facilitates sustainable relations between CASE and other international institutions and organizations. The OIP fosters global integration of the College, by promoting, supporting, and developing a wide range of international and intercultural educational opportunities for members of the College community as well as the wider global community.