The Bachelor of Science in Agriculture offers a broad training in the Agricultural sciences. The focus of this four-year applied degree is on the development of highly qualified professionals with analytical, quantitative, computing and communication skills. Students learn how to apply the knowledge and principles of Agricultural Sciences to the understanding and management of the production, processing and marketing of agricultural products, and to the management and conservation of natural resources. Highly regarded skills are acquired through the completion of a research thesis. All students undertake practical field trips and 3 months of approved professional practice within a wide range of agricultural enterprise, natural resource management, and agribusiness industry of a commercial and related government organization active in the field.

Entry Qualifications

5 credit “O” levels which should include mathematics and English

Study Modes

Full time: January and May intakes Distance: April, August, December intakes