MSc. Agricultural Economics - University of Nairobi | Educartis

2 years
On Campus


Course Overview

College of Agriculture and Veterinary Sciences is the centre of the University of Nairobi that teaches veterinary medicine and various disciples in agriculture. The undergraduate courses taught in its faculties include Agriculture, Management of Agroecosystems and Environment, Food Science and Technology, Food, Nutrition and Dietetics, Range Management, Agribusiness Management, Agricultural Education and Extension, Crop Protection, Biomedical Technology, Veterinary Medicine, Wildlife Management and Animal Health and Production.

How This Course Will Benefit Your Career

The College of Agriculture and Veterinary Sciences is guided by the following principals in order to achieve its vision;To manage the college efficientlyTo produce quality and holistic graduates in agricultural, veterinary and environmental sciencesAdvance and consolidate scientific and technological innovations in agriculture, veterinary and environmental sciencesTo enhance the competitiveness of CAVS as a centre of excellence in agricultural, veterinary and environmental sciencesAll students and staff in the College will embrace these values which will remain the cornerstone in service delivery.​
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Admission Criteria

The common admission regulations governing Masters degree in the University of Nairobi and the Faculty of Agriculture shall be applicable.The following shall be eligible for admission for the degree in Agricultural Economics.Holders of at least an Upper Second Class Honours degree or equivalent qualification in Agriculture, Food Science, Range Management or in any other subject are judged relevant from a university recognized by SenateHolders of Lower Second Class Honours degree in the same discipline as in 2.2 (i) from the University of Nairobi or from another University recognized by the senate but must show proof of academic advancement either through research and publication or postgraduate training since graduation with a Bachelors degree.Holders of a Pass degree in the same discipline as in 2.2 (i) and a relevant postgraduate diploma from a recognized University or at least five years of field experience and evidence of research publication since graduation.​

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