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|Tuition Fees:||$0 /year|
|Applications Begin:||June 2020|
|Final Award:||Bachelor of Science in Management of Agroecosystems and Environment|
|Start Date:||September 2020|
|Academic Unit:||Faculty of Agriculture|
|Campus:||Upper Kabete Campus|
|Application Deadline:||30 September 2020|
The department of LARMAT has a unique heritage because it was established in 2005 following the merger of two previously full-fledged departments and an Institute. The departments were Soil Science, Range Management and the Institute for Dryland Research Development and Utilization. It is the second-largest and dynamic department of the Faculty of Agriculture in the College of Agriculture and Veterinary Sciences.
The department of Soil Science was among the oldest units of the Faculty of Agriculture teaching all soil science and related courses in the faculty. In 1976, the department launched a Master’s degree programme in Soil Science and thereafter a Doctoral programme. Several of the Master’s graduates proceeded to PhD.
– The teaching period for the degree programme shall extend over not less than four academic years or their equivalents. Each academic year shall consist of two semesters of 15 teaching weeks and two weeks of examination.
– A candidate enrolled for the degree shall satisfactorily complete the programme in a period of not more than twice the minimum period for which he/she was registered for the degree.
– A candidate for B.Sc. Management of Agro-ecosystems and Environment shall participate and complete course work and practical assignments that may be applicable to the programme. Admission to the examination at the end of the semester shall be based on satisfactory completion of such requirements.
– Each student shall be required to undertake field practice (attachment) after completion of the second semester of the third year of study. During the field attachment, students are expected to embark on a research project, which they have to complete and present at a seminar during the fourth year of study.
In addition to satisfying the minimum University entrance requirements, the candidate should also offer passes at C+ or above in Biology or Biological Sciences, Physics and Chemistry or Physical Science and in Mathematics. In order to satisfy the cluster of four subjects, for candidates offering Physical and Biological Sciences, the fourth subject may be selected from the following:
Drawing and Design
Candidates who satisfy the minimum University entrance requirements, but have a C plain in Biology or Biological Sciences, Physics and Chemistry or Physical Sciences and Mathematics shall be eligible for admission after taking and passing bridging courses in these subjects offered by the University of Nairobi.
Admission to the degree course may also be granted to the following candidates:
– Holders of K.A.C.E or equivalent with minimum 2 principal passes in Biology and Chemistry and at least a subsidiary pass in Mathematics. If Mathematics was not offered at K.A.C.E, then it is accepted at Ordinary Level but with a minimum of a credit or above.
– Holders of a Diploma in Agriculture or related equivalent from a recognized institution with pass at credit or distinction. Candidates with a pass with two years or more relevant working experience.
– Holders of a Higher National Diploma or equivalent in biological sciences and other related sciences from a recognized institution.
– Holders of credit pass Ordinary Diploma in biological sciences or related sciences from a recognized institution.
– Holders of a degree in biological sciences or related sciences from a recognized university.
How to Apply:
Applicants should visit = https://application.uonbi.ac.ke/ to apply Online
University of Nairobi has three intakes in an Academic year. Main intake being in September/October for all the courses and December/January for Bachelor of Education(Arts), Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Commerce, Bachelor of Hospitality Management, Bachelor of Travel and Tourism April/May for Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Education(Arts), Bachelor of Education Early Childhood, Bachelor of Commerce, Bachelor of Economics ,Bachelor of Economics and Statistics ,Bachelor of Journalism and media Studies, Bachelor of Art Broadcast Production, Bachelor of Hospitality Management, Bachelor of Travel and Tourism, Bachelor of Arts Broadcast Production and all Diploma and Certificate courses.
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Tuition Fees per year for Kenyan Students = 184,000 KES
Tuition Fees per year for International Students = 220,800 KES
**This programme will be completed after a duration of 4 years, with fees per year as follows:
– First year = 184,000 KES
– Second year = 179,000 KES
– Third year = 179,000 KES
– Fourth year = 179,000 KES
International Students pay 20% more than the Kenyan Students.