• Overview
  • Programme Structure
  • Admission Requirements
  • Fees & Scholarships

The MPhil  degrees is a graduate degree carried out primarily through supervised research. A student may be required to undertake and pass some coursework in order to enhance his/her research studies, provided that such coursework shall not exceed three (3) courses.

Studies may be pursued on a full-time or on a part-time basis.

Fields of study for research are Agribusiness, Agricultural Economics, Crop Production, Animal Science, Forestry, Horticulture, Irrigation, Water Management, Wildlife Management and Natural Resources.

The MPhil degree is a graduate degree carried out primarily through supervised research. A student may be required to undertake and pass some coursework in order to enhance his/her research studies, provided that such coursework shall not exceed three (3) courses.

Applicants may be considered who hold a:

  1. BSc Agriculture and/or Natural Resources or equivalent Honours degree in the First or Upper second class division;

  2. BSc Agriculture and/or Natural Resources or equivalent Honours degree in the Lower second class division provided performance in the intended subject of study was B grade or above.

  3. General BSc Agriculture and/or Natural Resources or equivalent degree provided that a grade of B or above was attained in the intended subject of study;

  4. Other approved equivalent qualifications and have at least three years relevant experience.

  5. Applicants may be required to pass a University qualifying examination.

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