Agriculture Courses offered at Ndejje University in Uganda.
We have to all admit that agriculture is the backbone of Uganda’s economy today. Certainly, this is because of the fact that the climatic conditions are most favourable for farming and agribusiness in Uganda. As such, we have over 2 million farmers in Uganda who are earning thousands from food and animal production. However, without the wisdom of agriculture, you can end up with nothing from your own productive pieces of land.
In our previous article, we covered the business courses offered at Ndejje University in Uganda. Similarly, we also listed all the agriculture courses offered at Makerere University. Today, we shall educate you on all the agriculture courses offered at Ndejje University in Uganda.
Faculty of Environment and Agricultural Sciences at Ndejje University
Anyone can be enrolled to study the agriculture courses offered at Ndejje University in Uganda. However, this depends on whether an individual meets the eligibility or requirements of the institution. So what are the requirements by the Faculty of Environment and Agricultural Sciences in Ndejje University?
Eligibility for enrollment
At least 5 passes in O level (UCE) or its equivalent and one related subjects. In addition, two subsidiary passes obtained at the same sitting at ‘A’ level (UACE) or its equivalent or a post ‘O’ level diploma/ certificate.
First, you should pay the application fee. Then, collect the application forms, fill, and submit to the Academic Registrar’s Office at either Main or Kampala Campus. Most noteworthy, you should attach copies of O level, A level and any other relevant transcripts and certificates. Also, don’t forget to attach 2 colour passport size photos of yourself.
Ndejje University Agriculture Courses
- Bachelor of Forest Plantation and Agroforestry (BFPAF).
- Bachelor of Environment and Natural Resource Management (BENRM).
- B. Sc. In Agricultural Entrepreneurship and Farm Management (BAEF). And finally,
- Bachelor of Science in Sustainable Agriculture and Extension (BSAE).
- Bachelor of Forest Science and Environmental Management (BFEM).