Bachelor Of Agricultural And Rural Innovation

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Undergraduate or Graduate Level : Undergraduate Level
Duration of Program : 4 Years

About this Program

The goal of the program is to strengthen the relevance of the curriculum by encompassing the emerging national agricultural and rural development issues such as poverty, natural resource degradation, and socio economic inequities among others.
OBJECTIVES OF THE PROGRAMME
Integration of social and technical disciplines related to agricultural and rural development to enable graduates champion development in agrarian societies.
Developing a systematic view of development among professionals of rural and agricultural development.
Developing multi skilled professionals with agricultural, leadership, analytical, facilitative and reflective competencies to coordinate, stimulate and guide innovations and multi actor partnerships for improving rural livelihoods with broader view of local, regional and global trends in development.
Integrating professional and ethical values and mindsets for accountable agricultural and rural development professionals.
Providing alternative training approaches for more effective professionals to confront the complex challenges of poverty, food insecurity and natural resources management in the sub-Saharan region.

Courses

Year 2
Semester 1
Course Title Course Code Credit Units Level
INTRODUCTION TO AGRONOMY AND FARMING SYSTEMS CRS 1204 3 Undergraduate Level
PRINCIPLES OF SOIL MANAGEMENT SOS 2103 3 Undergraduate Level
Semester 2
Course Title Course Code Credit Units Level
INTEGRATED SOIL FERTILITY MANAGEMENT SOS 2201 3 Undergraduate Level
Year 3
Semester 1
Course Title Course Code Credit Units Level
ETHICS AND INTEGRITY ARI 3104 2 Undergraduate Level
VEGETABLE PRODUCTION HRT 3101 3 Undergraduate Level
Tropical Soils and Their Management SSL 3102 3 Undergraduate Level
Semester 2
Course Title Course Code Credit Units Level
FIELD CROPS DISEASES CRS 3201 3 Undergraduate Level