Department of Agricultural Management

Bachelor of Science Agricultural Management (4 Years)

Entry Requirements

To be eligible for admission a candidate must: Have at least 5 'O' Level passes including English Language, Mathematics and one Science subject at grade C of better plus either a diploma or equivalent in Agriculture or related field of study from a recognized institution. OR A certificate in Agriculture or equivalent plus on 'A' Level pass in a Science subject, preferably Chemistry or Biology. OR 'A' Level passes in Science subjects, e.g. Biology, Chemistry, Physics or Mathematics and have gone through the Accreditation of Prior Learning route. Career Prospects Agricultural Management degree holders can be employed on a wide range of agricultural disciplines where they are expected to be decision makers. These include working on farm management for livestock, crop, horticulture, pasture and agribusiness with a greater management responsibility. They are highly marketable in NGOs where they work as resource persons in various vulnerable farming communities. They are capable of conducting research and consultancy and farmer training courses.

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