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CORRESPONDENCEPlease address all correspondence to:The University RegistrarUniversity of VendaPrivate Bag X5050THOHOYANDOULIMPOPO PROVINCE0950TELEPHONE NUMBERFACSIMILE NUMBER::(015) 9628000(015) 9624749WEBSITE:www.univen.ac.za1

VISION & MISSION STATEMENTVisionA university leading in engaged scholarshipMissionThe University of Venda produces graduates that are locally relevant and globallycompetitive2

THE CALENDAR IS OBTAINABLE IN THE FOLLOWING SEPARATE PARTS:1.GENERAL INFORMATIONPART 1Academic Year Plan MissionStatement Officers of theUniversity Council of theUniversity SenateAcademic Staff and DepartmentsAdministrative StaffColours and Hoods for DegreesAdmission and Registration GeneralRegulationsLibraryGeneral Rules for Degrees, Diplomas and Certificates2.SCHOOL OF AGRICULTURE, RURAL DEVELOPMENT AND FORESTRYPART 23.SCHOOL OF EDUCATIONPART 34.SCHOOL OF ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCESPART 45.SCHOOL OF HEALTH SCIENCESPART 56.SCHOOL OF HUMAN AND SOCIAL SCIENCESPART 67.SCHOOL OF LAWPART 78.SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT SCIENCESPART 89.SCHOOL OF MATHEMATICAL AND NATURAL SCIENCESPART 910.STUDENT FEESPART 103

OFFICERS OF THE SCHOOL OF AGRICULTUREDeanVice-DeanSchool AdministratorExecutive SecretaryJJO Odhiambo, BSc (Agric) (Hons), MSc (Agric) (Nairobi), PhD (British Columbia,Canada)JJ Baloyi, BSc (Agric.) (Hons) (UZ), MSc (UK), PhD (UZ)MM Maboho, BCom (Univen)LH KoneSCHOOL RESEARCH PROFESSOR:ProfessorVacantResearch AssistantVacantACADEMIC STAFF AND DEPARTMENTSHeads of Departments/Centre(s) are indicated by means of an asterisk*Agricultural Economics and AgribusinessSenior Lecturer*EN Raidimi, BSc (Agric.) (Hons) (UFH), MSc (Agric. Ext) (Reading), PhD (UP)Associate ProfessorPK Chauke, BSc (Agric.) (Econ) (UFH), M.Inst (Agric) (Eco) (UP), PhD (Univen),HEDLecturerM Tshikororo, BSc(Agric)(Unizul), MSc (Agric), PhD (Agric)(Univen)Teaching AssistantVacantAgricultural and Rural EngineeringSenior Lecturers*MO Marenya, BSc(Hons)(Agric.Eng), MSc(Agric.Eng)(Nairobi), PhD(Agric. Eng)(UP)LecturerVacantnGAP LecturerDC Sambo, BSc (Agric)(Univen), MSc (UKZN)Chief Lab TechnicianMB Mongwai, BSc (Agric.) (Univen)Animal ScienceProfessorAssociate ProfessorSenior Lecturer(s)Vacant*JJ Baloyi, BSc(Agric)(Hons)(UZ), MSc (UK), PhD (UZ)E Bhebhe, Dip.Agric (Chibero), BSc(Agric)(Hons) (UZ); MSc; PhD (Texas A&M)(USA)F Fushai, BSc(Agric) (Hons) (UZ); MSc (Natal); PhD (Unisa)MS Mikasi, BSc(Agric), MSc(Agric.) (Agric) (Univen), PG Dip (HE)(UKZN)AJ Netshipale, BSc(Agric)(Univen), MSc(Agric)(Natal),PG Dip(HE)(UKZN)VeterinarianVacantChief Farm Technician KT Mahlako, BSc(Agric), MSc (Agric)(Univen), PG Dip(HE)(SU)Chief Principal Lab Tech EM Nyathi, BSc, MPH (Univen)Lab TechnicianAM Raseona, BSc(Agric)(UL); MSc(Agric)(Univen)Consumer SciencesProfessorLecturerSenior Lab TechnicianVacantMT Malaza, B Home Economics (Education) (UWC), B Consumer Science(Hons)(UP), Masters in Consumer Science (UP)M Mulondo, BFECS, HONRDV (Univen)Food Science and TechnologyProfessorAIO Jideani, BSc(Hons), MSc(Food Tech)(Ibadan), PhD(Leeds),PG Dip(Food Tech)(Ibadan)Associate ProfessorVacant4

Senior LecturersLecturer(s)Teaching AssistantPilot Plant ManagerPilot Plant TechnicianLab TechnicianLaboratory AssistantForestryProfessorLecturerTeaching AssistantsSenior Technician*SE Ramashia, BScFST (Univen), MTech(Food Tech)(TUT), PhD(Univen)H Silungwe, Dip. Agric. Eng. (UNZA), BSc (Agric) (UNISWA), MSc.(Agr.Eng.Tech) (Food Processing) (UCD-Ireland), PhD (Univen)T E Kgatla, BSc(FST)(Univen), Master of Nutrition(UL)M E Mashau, BInstAgrar (Food Processing) (UP), MSCFST(Univen),PGDip.HE (UKZN)VacantVacantN J Matodzi, BScFST(Univen)B Nethathe, BSc(Univen); BSc(Hons), MSc (UFH), PhD(UP)T Mokhele, BInstaAgrar (Food Processing)(UP), MSc(Agric)(Unisa)B Moyo, BSc, BSc(Hons)(Unisa)Vacant*PO Adesoye, B.Agric.Tech (Forestry & Wood Tech)(FUTA), M. Agric.Tech)(Forest Mgt)(FUTA), PhD(Forest Biometrics)(UI)VacantVacantP Munyanduki, BSc(Hons)(Forest Resources and Wildlife Mgt)(NUST), MSc(Forest Mgt & Environment)(UP)Horticultural SciencesAss Professor*GRA Mchau, Dip (Horticulture), BSc(Fruit Ind.), MSc(Agric)(Pomona)PhD (University of California)LecturerF Thovhogi, BSc(Agric)(Univen), MSc (Stellenbosch)ML Ramphinwa, BSc(Agric), MSc(Agric)(Univen)Teaching AssistantVacantCrop TechnicianMV Makhado, BAgric(Hons)(Univen)Plant ProductionProfessorsAss. ProfessorLecturerLab TechnicianSoil ScienceProfessorSenior LecturerLecturerLab Technician*ET Gwata, BSc(Agric)(Novi Sad), MSc (Melbourne), PhD (Florida)JBO Ogola, BSc(Hons), MSc (Nairobi), PhD (Reading)VacantTM Maphosa, BSc(Agric), MSc(Agric)(UL)T Leboho, BAgric (Hons)(Univen), MSc(Agri) (UL)*JJO Odhiambo, BSc(Agric)(Hons), MSc(Agric)(Nairobi), PhD(British Columbia,Canada)J Mzezewa, BSc(Agric)(Hons)(UZ), MSc(Agric)(Aberdeen), PhD (UFS)HP Nemakundani, BSc(Agric)(Unin), BSc(Agric)(Hons)(UP), Masters inSustainable Agric(UFS)SG Lusiba, BSc(Agric)(UL); MSc(Agric)(Univen)VacantInstitute for Rural DevelopmentAss. Professor*J Francis, BSc(Agric)(Hons), MPhil, PhD(UZ)Senior LecturersG Oloo, BSc, MBA(USIU), Dip HRM(Manchester), Cert MF(Cranefield),B Kilonzo, Dip. Community Empowerment(Israel), BA(Rani Durgavati),MA(Agra), PhD(Univen)M. Manjoro, BSc(Agric)(Hons), MSc Agric(UZ); PhD (UFH)J Zuwarimwe, BSc(Hons)(Rural & Urban Planning), MSc(Rural Econ.Dev5

LecturerFarm ManagerPlan)(UZ), PhD(UP)MA Mathaulula, SSTD, BPaed(Home Econ.)(Unizul), PGDTE, PGDEM(Unisa),HONRDV(Univen), MRDV (Univen), PhDRDV(Univen)TG Kutama, N.Dip.(Animal Prod.)(Pret Tech.), B Tech.(Agric Mgt)(Unisa), BAgric (Hons)(Univen)6

SCHOOL OF AGRICULTURERULES FOR THE SCHOOLS.1DEGREES / DIPLOMAS CONFERRED IN THE SCHOOL.Bachelor of Science in Agriculture (various specializations)Bachelor of Science in ForestryBachelor of Science in Food Science and TechnologyBachelor of Science in Agricultural and Biosystems EngineeringBachelor of Agriculture HonoursBachelor of Arts Honours in Rural DevelopmentMaster of Science in Agriculture (various specializations)Master of Science in Food Science and TechnologyMasters in Rural DevelopmentDoctor of Philosophy in AgricultureDoctor of Philosophy in Rural DevelopmentS. 2ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS2.1GENERAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS2.1.12.1.2BSC (Agric)BSCFONBSCFSNBSC(ENG.)BAGRIC (Hons)BAHRDVMSCAGRMSCFSTMRDVPhD (Agric)PhDRDVThe minimum admission requirement for a candidate wishing to enroll for the degreeprogram is a National Senior Certificate (NSC) or Independent Examination Board (IEB)school leaving certificate as certified by Council for Quality Assurance in General andFurther Education (Umalusi) with a minimum achievement rating of 4 (adequateachievement, 50-59%) in Mathematics and Physical Science, English and either LifeSciences or Agricultural Sciences. In addition, applicants must have a minimumadmission point score (APS) of 26 (subject to review by Senate from time totime). A grade 12 certificate with a bachelor’s degree or matric exemption if grade 12 wascompleted before 2008.Candidates may be admitted based on Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) (Selectiontesting; interviewing; and assessment of portfolio of evidence). Individuals will be declaredcompetent on the basis of the provisions of the Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) policyof UNIVEN.Note: Achievement of the minimum admission requirements does not guarantee anapplicant admission to any programme.Calculation of admission point scoreA 790 - 1009.0 - 10A780 - 898.0 - 8.9B670 -797.0 - 7.9C560 - 696.0 - 6.9D450 - 595.0 - 5.9E340 - 494.0 - 4.97

The School does not include Life Orientation and Mathematics Literacy in the calculation of APS.2.2DEGREE - SPECIFIC ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS2.2.1BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN AGRICULTURE (leading to BSc in Agriculture withspecialization in Agricultural Economics, Agribusiness, Animal Science, HorticulturalSciences, Plant Production and Soil Science):2.2.1.1 The minimum admission requirement for a candidate wishing to enroll for the degree program is aNational Senior Certificate (NSC) with a bachelor’s endorsement or Independent Examination Board(IEB) school leaving certificate as certified by Council for Quality Assurance in General and FurtherEducation (Umalusi). A pass with a minimum achievement rating of 4 (50-59%) inMathematics and Physical Science, English and either Life Sciences or AgriculturalSciences is required to enroll for the programme. In addition, applicants must have aminimum point score of 26.2.2.2. BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN FORESTRY2.2.2.1 The admission requirements are the same as for the Bachelor of Science in Agriculture above.2.2.3.BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN FOOD SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY2.2.3.1 The minimum admission requirement for a candidate wishing to enroll for the degree program is aNational Senior Certificate (NSC) with a bachelors’ endorsement or Independent Examination Board(IEB) school leaving certificate as certified by Council for Quality Assurance in General and FurtherEducation (Umalusi). A pass with a minimum achievement rating of 5 (60-69%) inMathematics and Physical Science, achievement rating of 4 (50-59%) in English andeither Life Sciences or Agricultural Sciences is required to enroll for the programme. Inaddition, applicants must have a minimum point score of 32.2.2.4BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN AGRICULTURAL AND BIOSYTEMS ENGINEERING2.2.4.1 The minimum admission requirement for a candidate wishing to enroll for the degree program is aNational Senior Certificate (NSC) with a bachelors’ endorsement or Independent Examination Board(IEB) School Leaving Certificate as certified by Council for Quality Assurance in General and FurtherEducation (Umalusi). A pass with a minimum achievement rating of 6 (70-79%) inMathematics, Physical Science, Life Sciences or Agricultural Sciences and a minimumachievement rating of 4 (50-59%) in English is required to enroll for the programme.In addition, applicants must have a minimum point score of 32.2.2.5BACHELOR OF AGRICULTURE HONOURS2.2.5.1 To qualify for admission a student must possess a Bachelor's degree in Agriculture with an averageof 60% pass in the field of specialization.2.2.6BACHELOR OF ARTS HONOURS IN RURAL DEVELOPMENT2.2.6.1 To qualify for admission, a student must possess a Bachelor's degree with an average of60% pass in the field of specialization.2.2.6.2 Minimum qualification for admission is an undergraduate degree in Agriculture (B. Agric orBSc. Agric), BA or BSc in Sociology, Anthropology, Development Studies, CommunityDevelopment, Environmental Sciences, Education, B.Com in Economics, Management or8

any other related discipline, from this or any other university, as may be determined bythe Director of the Centre.2.2.6.3 Recognition of Prior Learning of practitioners in line with the University policy.2.2.7MASTER OF SCIENCE IN AGRICULTURE and MASTER OF SCIENCE IN FOOD SCIENCEAND TECHNOLOGY (DISSERTATION ONLY)2.2.7.1 A relevant Honours degree or the equivalent is required for admission to study for theMaster’s degree.2.2.7.2 A student who has obtained an Honours degree at another university or anyother institution must apply for status recognition subject to the prescribed conditions.2.2.7.3 Before a student’s application for registration can be considered, a provisionaltopic and field of study is to be specified and submitted to the Registrar onrecommendation by the Head of Department and approval by the School Board.2.2.7.4 A student may be required to visit the University for an Interview with the Headof the Department concerned before admission.2.2.7.5 Unless otherwise decided by Senate, a second Master’s degree may not be taken in thesame field of study.2.2.8MASTERS IN RURAL DEVELOPMENT2.2.8.1 A relevant Honours degree or the equivalent is required for admission to study for theMasters degree.2.2.8.2 A student who has obtained an Honours degree at another university or anyother institution must apply for status recognition subject to the prescribed conditions.2.2.8.3 Before a student’s application for registration can be considered, a provisionaltopic and field of study is to be specified and submitted to the Registrar onrecommendation by the Head of Department and approval by the School Board.2.2.8.4 A student may be required to visit the university for an interview with the Headof Department concerned before admission.2.2.8.5 Unless otherwise decided by Senate, a second Master’s degree may not be taken in thesame field of study.2.2.9DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY IN AGRICULTURE2.2.9.1 A relevant Master’s degree or its equivalent is required for admission to study fora Doctoral degree.2.2.9.2 A student who has obtained a Master’s degree from another university or institution mustapply for status recognition subject to the prescribed rules.2.2.9.3 Before a candidate’s application for registration can be considered, the title or topic of theproposed thesis, together with a brief outline of the research must be submitted to theDepartment and the School’s Postgraduate Committee for recommendation and approvalby Senate.2.2.10 DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY IN RURAL DEVELOPMENT2.2.10.1 The minimum admission criterion for a doctoral degree is a master's degree in the relevantareas from this University or any other university, which is evaluated by the Director of theCentre and judged adequate.2.2.10.2 Before a candidate’s application for registration can be considered, the title or topic of theproposed thesis, together with a brief outline of the research must be submitted to theDepartment/Centre and the School’s Postgraduate Committee for recommendation andapproval by Senate.9

S. 3DURATION OF STUDY3.13.23.3The curriculum shall extend over at least four years of full-time study for theBSCAGRIC, BSCFON, BSCFSN and BSCENG.The minimum duration of study for the MSCAGRIC and MRDV (research only) is oneacademic year. The maximum period of study is three years for full-time study and fouryears of part-time study. Students who wish to defer their studies at any stage must submitan application to the relevant department. If granted, such deferment will be for amaximum period of one year, after which a further application must be submitted.Deferment will, at most, be granted twice.The duration of study for a DOCTORAL degree will extend over a period of at least twoyears of full-time study and three years of part-time study. The maximum period of studyis five years full-time and seven years part-time, subject to Senate approval. Extensionmay be granted only in exceptional cases and for only one year. A student who desires anextension must submit a motivated application for consideration by Senate.S. 4COMPOSITION OF THE CURRICULUM4.1BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN AGRICULTURE (all specializations)4.1.14.1.24.1.34.1.4When the word "module" is used, it shall mean for a period of one semester except thoseending with code 081.Students may not select modules that clash on the lecturing and practical timetables. Nomodules, whether within the School or from outside the School will be recognized unlessapproved by the relevant Heads of Departments and the Dean of the School. Studentswishing to enroll for non-degree purpose (NDP) modules must consult the Head ofDepartment and the Dean.Students are allowed to register only modules for which prerequisites havebeen passed.A student who does not gain any credit in his/her first year of study will not be re-admittedto the same programme in the following year.4.2BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN FORESTRY4.2.1. Same as in 4.14.3BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN FOOD SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY4.3.1. Same as in 4.4.5MASTER OF SCIENCE IN AGRICULTURE, MASTER OF SCIENCE IN FOODSCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY and MASTERS IN RURAL DEVELOPMENT(Dissertation only)4.5.1The curriculum consists of a dissertation based on a topic recommended by the Head ofDepartment as well as the school’s Postgraduate Studies Committee for approval bySenate.4.5.2Students may be required to take some makeup/ancillary modules as may be determinedby the Head of Department under which the student is specializing. The modules may beat undergraduate or honours level or both.10

4.6DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY IN AGRICULTURE and DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY IN RURALDEVELOPMENT4.6.1The curriculum consists of a thesis based on a topic approved by the Head of theDepartment as well as the school’s Postgraduate Studies Committee for approval bySenate.S. 5MODULE CREDITS5.15.25.6Students retain credits for all modules passed.A candidate shall not be permitted to repeat a module more than once. In the case of a final yearstudent, the rule may be waived at the discretion of the Dean in consultation with the Head ofDepartment.No student will be allowed to switch from one School to another without consulting the relevantDeans and Heads of Departments and without complying with the relevant School entrancerequirements.Senate, on the recommendation of the School, may cancel or refuse to renew theregistration of any student whose academic record is regarded by the School to be so unsatisfactorythat the degree will not be completed within the period as stipulated in the General Rules.PROMOTION / PROGRESSION RULES In order to register second year modules, a student must pass 60% of first yearmodules. To register third year modules, all first year and second year modules must bepassed All modules at first, second and third years must be passed in order to registerfor the final year of study of a programme.To register for a module, the prerequisite module(s) must be passed where applicable.S. 6CREDIT FOR MODULES PASSED ELSEWHERE.6.1Accepted candidates may, subject to the provision of Rules S.4 and S.5 receive credit for modulescompleted at another recognized University towards a degree of this University, on application tothe Senate.Candidates holding a Diploma in Agriculture from a recognized Tertiary Institution may beexempted from certain modules on recommendation by the School and approval by Senate. Forstudents who are granted exemption, there may be restrictions on the choice of disciplines.5.35.45.56.2S. 7 ASSESSMENT METHOD FOR DIPLOMA, BACHELOR’S AND HONOURS DEGREES7.17.27.37.47.5.In the first 3 or 4 years of study of a bachelor’s degree each module will be assessed thus:Continuous assessment of content (60%)Examinations of content (40%)A student must acquire a minimum of 40% in each of the two components of assessment. Toqualify for the examination a student must have obtained 40% in the continuous assessment (tests,assignments and projects).Subject to the respective rules, candidates for postgraduate degrees will only be assessed in aparticular module if they attended lectures, tutorials and prescribed practicals satisfactorily andobtained a semester mark of 50%.Candidates are not entitled to their assessment results unless they have paid the prescribed fees.A student must attain a minimum of 50% pass in each of the components of assessment. A studentwho fails one of these components, will be allowed to repeat only that component. The writtenexamination component will be conducted during the next normal examination period for thatspecific module.11

7.67.7.7.8.7.9.7.10All written examinations will be taken only during official examination sessions.A mini dissertation / research report for honours students will not exceed 60 pages. Progress mustbe kept by both the supervisor and the Head of department and a report must be produced everysemester. This report must serve at the respective school boards through the School's PostgraduateStudies Committee at the end of every semester. Each school shall submit their reports to the Deanwho will in turn submit these reports to Senate.All examination reports will be approved by the respective departments. These reports should besubmitted to the School Postgraduate Studies Committee. The Committee should then forwardthese reports to Senate for ratification.A candidate who fails the mini-dissertation will be allowed to resubmit within a periodnot exceeding 6 months.Students must submit five bound copies of the final mini-dissertation to their departments foronward transmission to the Examination Section. These mini-dissertations must be hard boundafter finalization.S. 8ASSESSMENT METHOD FOR MASTERS DEGREE BY COURSEWORK8.1The examination comprises a minimum of five (5) papers (may vary depending on individualdepartmental requirements) and a mini-dissertation.Individual departments will, where applicable prescribe compulsory papers to be taken.The student must write the relevant examinations during the year of registration (i.e., Jun/Jul) and(Nov/Dec) of the year of registration.To pass the examination the student must obtain an average of 50% in each individualpaper.8.28.38.4S. 9ASSESSMENT METHOD FOR MASTERS DEGREE BY RESEARCH9.1The examination consists of a dissertation based on a topic recommended by the Head ofDepartment and approved by Senate.A dissertation may not be submitted until one year has elapsed after completion of therelevant honours degree.The dissertation will be examined by both internal and external examiners. An oral examinationmay be required.9.29.3.S.10ASSESSMENT METHOD FOR DOCTOR of PHILOSOPHY IN AGRICULTURE AND DOCTORof PHILOSOPHY IN RURAL DEVELOPMENT10.110.2A Doctor’s degree is awarded on the basis of a thesis only.The degree may be conferred on a candidate after a period of two years has elapsed since he/shehas obtained the Masters degree.A candidate for the doctoral degree has to present himself / herself for the oral defense of his /her thesis before the examination committee as part of the assessment criteria for the degree.10.312

S.11COMPOSITION OF THE CURRICULA FOR UNDERGRADUATE DEGREESBACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN AGRICULTURE (AGRCULTURAL ECONOMICS SPECIALIZATION)AGBAAEYear ISemester 1ACC 1142(12)ECO 1141(12)ECS 1141(12)CHE 1140(12)MAT 1143(12)PHY 1127(6)Semester 2Year IISemester 1ACC 1244(12)AGR 1231(9)BIO 1243(12)CHE 1221(6)CHE 1222(6)ECO 1241(12)ECS 1245(12)ANS 2131(9)AEC 2141(12)AGR 2141(9)BMA 1141(12)ECO 2141(12)SSC 2141(12)STA 1149(12)Semester 2AGM 2241(12)BMA 1241(12)ECO 2241(12)STA 1248(12)Year IIISemester 1Semester 2Year IVSemester 1Semester 2AEC 3141(12)AEC 3142(12)AEC 3143(12)ECO 3141(12)EXT 2141(12)AEC 4141(12)AEC 4142(12)AEC 4381(15)WIL 4182(30)ECO 3241(12)AEC 3242(12)AEC 3243(12)AGM 3241(12)EXT 3241(12)AEC 4241(12)AEC 4242(12)AEC 4381(15)CRD 4241(12)BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN AGRICULTURE (AGRIBUSINESS MANAGEMENT SPECIALIZATION)AGBAAMYear ISemester 1ACC 1142(12)BIO 1142(16)ECS 1141(12)STA 1149(12)MAT 1143(12)CHE 1140(12)Semester 2ACC 1244(12)AGR 1231(9)BIO 1243(12)ECS 1245(12)STA 1249(8)Year IISemester 1PHY 1127(6)AEC 2141(12)AGR 2141(9)BMA 1141(12)SSC 2141(12)EXT 2141(12)Semester 2Year IIISemester 1Semester 2Year IVSemester 1Semester 2AGM 2241(12)ARE 2241(12)CHE 1222(6)BMA 1241(12)ANS 2243(12)AEC 3141(12)AEC 3142(12)AEC 3143(12)BMA 2141(12)FST 2141(12)AEC 4141(12)AEC 4142(12)AEC 4381(15)WIL 4182(30)AEC 3242(12)AEC 3243(12)AGM 3241(12)BMA 2241(12)EXT 3241(12)AEC 4241(12)AEC 4242(12)AEC 4381(15)CRD 4241(12)BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN AGRICULTURE (ANIMAL SCIENCE SPECIALIZATION)AGBAASYear ISemester 1BIO 1142(12)ECO 1141(12)ECS 1141(12)CHE 1140(12)MAT 1143(12)PHY 1127(6)Semester 2AGR 1231(9)BIO 1243(12)CHE 1221(6)CHE 1222(6)ECO 1241(12)ECS 1245(12)GEN 1241(12)Year IISemester 1AGR 2141(9)ANS 2131(9)ANS 2132(9)EXT 2141(12)SSC 2141(12)STA 1149(12)Semester 2AGM 2241(12)ANS 2231(9)ANS 2243(12)ARE 2241(12)STA 1249(12)Year IIISemester 1ANS 3131(9)ANS 3133(9)ANS 3141(12)ANS 3135(12)ANS 3134(12)AGR 3131(9)Semester 2ANS 3233(9)ANS 3234(9)ANS 3241(12)ANS 3232(12)EXT 3241(12)RME 3248(12)Year IVSemester 1WIL 4182(60)ANS 4381(30)Semester 2ANS 4241(12)ANS 4242(12)ARE 4241(12)CRD 4241(12)13

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN AGRICULTURE (HORTICULTURAL SCIENCES SPECIALIZATION)AGBAHSYear ISemester 1BIO 1142(12)CHE 1140(12)ECO 1141(12)ECS 1141(12)MAT 1143(12)PHY 1127(6)Semester 2AGR 1231(9)BIO 1243(12)CHE 1221(6)CHE 1222(6)ECO 1241(12)ECS 1245(12)GEN 1241(12)Year IISemester 1AGR 2141(12)ANS 2131(9)EXT 2141(12)HRT 2141(12)PPR 2141(12)SSC 2141(12)STA 1149(12)Semester 2ARE 2241(12)BCM 2221(6)BCM 2222(6)HRT 2241(12)STA 1249(12)Year IIISemester 1HRT 3145(9)HRT 3134(9)ARE 3145(12)AGR 3141(12)Semester 2HRT 3231(9)HRT 3242(12)HRT 3243(12)PPR 3231(9)PPR 3241(12)EXT 3241(12)RME 3248(12)Year IVSemester 1HRT 4381(30)WIL 4182(60)Semester 2HRT 4242(12)HRT 4243(9)HRT 4244(12)CRD 4241(12)BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN AGRICULTURE (AGRONOMY & CROP SCIENCE SPECIALIZATION)AGBACSYear ISemester 1BIO 1142(12)CHE 1140(12)ECO 1141(12)ECS 1141(12)MAT 1143(12)PHY 1127(6)Semester 2AGR 1231(9)BIO 1243(12)CHE 1221(6)CHE 1222(6)ECO 1241(12)ECS 1245(12)GEN 1241(12)Year IISemester 1AEC 2141(12)ANS 2131(9)BCM 2121(6)BCM 2122(6)EXT 2141(12)HRT 2141(12)SSC 2141(12)STA 1149(12)Semester 2AGM 2241(12)AGR 2241(12)ARE 2241(12)STA 1249(12)Year IIISemester 1AEC 3141(12)AGR 3141(12)AGR 3131(12)AGR 3133(12)PPR 3141(12)SSC 3142(12)Semester 2AGR 3241(12)PPR 3231(12)PPR 3241(12)CRD 3241(12)RME 3248(12)Year IVSemester 1AGR 4381(15)WIL 4182(60)Semester 2AGR 4381(15)AGR 4232(12)PPR 4241(12)BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN AGRICULTURE (SOIL SCIENCE SPECIALIZATION)AGBASSYear ISemester 1BIO 1142(12)CHE 1140(12)ECO 1141(12)ECS 1141(12)MAT 1143(12)PHY 1127(6)Semester 2Year IISemester 1Semester 2Year IIISemester 1Semester 2Year IVSemester 1Semester 2AGR 1231(9)BIO 1243(12)CHE 1221(6)CHE 1222(6)ECO 1241(12)ECS 1245(12)GEN 1241(12)AGR 2141(12)ANS 2131(9)BCM 2121(6)BCM 2122(6)EXT 2141(12)SSC 2141(12)STA 1149(12)AGR 3141(12)ARE 3147(16)ARE 3148(8)SSC 3142(12)SSC 3143(12)SSC 3144(12)WIL 4182(60)SSC 4381(30)ARE 2231(9)ARE 2241(12)CHE 2220(6)STA 1249(12)AGR 3231(12)EXT 3241(12)SSC 3241(12)SSC 3242(12)RME 3248(12)SSC 4241(12)SSC 4244(12)SSC 4245(12)CRD 4241(12)14

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN FOOD SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY (AGBFST)AGBFSTYear ISemester 1BIO 1141(12)BIO 1142(12)ECS 1141(12)CHE 1140(12)MAT 1143(12)PHY 1127(6)Semester 2AGR 1231(9)BIO 1243(12)CHE 1221(6)CHE 1222(6)ECS 1245(12)MAT 1243(12)PHY 1227(6)Year IISemester 1BCM 2121(6)BCM 2122(6)BMA 1141(12)FST 2141(12)MBY 2121(6)STA 1149(12)Semester 2BCM 2221(6)BCM 2222(6)FST 2221(6)FST 2242(12)FST 2243(12)FST 2244(12)STA 1249(12)BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN FORESTRYYear ISemester 1BIO 1142(12)ECO 1141(12)ECS 1141(12)CHE 1140(12)MAT 1143(12)PHY 1127(6)Semester 2AGR 1231(9)BIO 1243(12)CHE 1221(6)CHE 1222(6)ECO 1241(12)ECS 1245(12)GEN 1241(12)Year IIISemester 1Semester 2FST 3141FSN 3241(12)(12)FSN 3142FSN 3242(12)(12)FSN 3143FSN 3243(12)(12)FSN 3381FSN 3381(12)FSN 3244(12)RME 3248(12)Year IVSemester 1FSN 4141(60)FST 4381(30)Semester 2FSN 4241(12)FST 4381FSN 4242(12)CRD 4241(12)FST 4243(12)(AGBSAF)Year IISemester 1Semester2FRT 2141FRT 2241(12)(12)FRT 2144FRT 2243(12)(12)FRT 2145FRT 2244(12)(12)FRT 2146STA 1249(12)(12)SSC 2141(12)STA 1149(12)Year IIISemester 1Semester 2Year IVSemester 1Semester 2AEC 3143(12)FRT 3141(12)FRT 3142(12)FRT 3144(12)FRT 4381(30)WIL 4182(60)FRT 3242(12)FRT 3243(12)FRT 3244(12)FRT 3245(12)FRT 3646(12)RME 3248(12)FRT 4241(12)FRT 4242(12)FRT 4243(12)FRT 4244(12)FRT 4245(12)CRD 4241(12)BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN AGRICULTURAL AND BIOSYSTEMS ENGINEERING(NB: First intake in 2017)AGBABEYear ISemester 1ABE 1531(8)ABE 1532(12)ABE 1533(12)ABE 1534(12)ABE 1535(12)ABE 1536(8)ABE 1537(8)Semester 2ABE 1631(8)ABE 1632(12)ABE 1633(12)ABE 1634(8)ABE 1635(12)ABE 1636(12)ABE 1637(8)Year IISemester 1ABE 2131(12)ABE 2132(12)ABE 2133(8)ABE 2134(12)ABE 2135(8)ABE 2136(8)ABE 2137(8)ABE 2138(8)Semester 2ABE 2231(12)ABE 2232(12)ABE 2233(12)ABE 2234(8)ABE 2235(8)ABE 2236(8)ABE 2237(8)ABE 3238(8)Year IIISemester 1Semester 2ABE 3131ABE 3231(8)(12)ABE 3132ABE 3232(8)(12)ABE 3133ABE 3233(8)(8)ABE 3134ABE 3234(8)(12)ABE 3135ABE 3235(16)(8)ABE 3136ABE 3236(12)(8)ABE 3137ABE 3237(12)(8)ABE 3238(8)Year IVSemester 1Semester 2SESSION IABE 4231ABE 4000(16)ABE 4232SESSION II (8)ABE 4999ABE 4132(0)(8)ABE 4133SELECT 40(8)CREDITSABE 4134FROM(8)MODULESABE 4135BELOW:(8)ABE 4223(8)ABE 4136ABE 4224(8)(12)ABE 4233(8)ABE 4137ABE 4234(8)(8)ABE 4235(8)ABE 4138ABE 4236(8)(12)ABE4237(16)15

ABE 4238(8)ABE 4239(8)ABE 4241(8)ABE 4243(8)ABI 4231 (8)ABI 4232(16)ABI 4234 (8)ABI 4235 (8)ABI 4242 (8)ABS 4231 (8)ABS4232(16)ABS 4233 (8)ABS 4234 (8)ABS 4235 (8)ABS 4236 (8)ABS 4237 (8)ABS 4238 (8)S. 12COMPOSITION OF THE CURRICULUM FOR BAGRIC (HONS)BACHELOR OF AGRICULTURE HONOURS (BAGRHP) (Plant Production)Semester 1ModuleCRD 5541AGR 5531ARE 5531AGR/PPR 5099Credits18141410TOTAL56Semester 2ModuleSTA 5649EXT 5641AGR 5631PPR 5621PPR 5632AGR/PPR 5099Credits14161410141078BACHELOR OF AGRICULTURE HONOURS (BAGRHS) (Soil Science)Semester 1ModuleCRD 5541AGR 5531ARE 5531SSC 5531SSC 5099Credits1814141410TOTAL56Semester 2ModuleSTA 5649EXT 5641SSC 5631SSC 5632SSC 5099Credits141614141068BACHELOR OF AGRICULTURE HONOURS (BAGRHH) (Horticultural Sciences)Semester 1ModuleCreditsCRD 5541ARE 5531HRT 5531HRT 5532 or HRT 5533HRT 5099TOTAL181414141070Semester 2ModuleCreditsSTA 5649EXT 5641HRT 5621 or HRT 5622HRT 5099141614105416

BACHELOR OF AGRICULTURE HONOURS (BAGRHA) (Animal Science)Semester 1ModuleCreditsCRD 5541ANS 5531ANS 5532ANS 509918141410TOTAL56S. 13Semester 2ModuleCreditsSTA 5649EXT 5641ANS 5631ANS 5632ANS 5099141614141068COMPOSITION OF THE CURRICULUM FOR BA(Hons) IN RURAL DEVELOPMENTBA HONOURS IN RURAL DEVELOPMENT (BAHRDV)Semester 351445399Semester 2ModuleCreditsIRD 5241IRD 5242IRD 5231141214Elective ModulesIRD 5221IRD 522288S. 14 COMPOSITION OF THE CURRICULUM FOR MASTER OF SCIENCE IN AGRICULTURE(COURSEWORK AND MINI-DISSERTATION)MASTER OF SCIENCE IN AGRICULTURE (MSCAEC)(Agricultural Economics)Year 1Semester 1Semester 2AEC 6541AEC 6542AEC 6543AEC 6641AEC 6642EXT 6641Year 2Full yearAEC 6099 (Dissertation)17

MASTER OF SCIENCE IN AGRICULTURE (MSCANS)(Animal Science)Year 1Semester 1Semester 2Compulsory moduleANS 6531Compulsory moduleSTA 6649ANS 6631Elective modules(Choose two)ANS 6542ANS 6543ANS 6544ANS 654Elective modules(Choose two)ANS 6642ANS 6643ANS 6644ANS 6645Year 2Full yearANS 6099 (Dissertation)MASTER OF SCIENCE IN AGRICULTURE (MSCHRT)(Horticultural Sciences)Year 1Semester 1Semes

program is a National Senior Certificate (NSC) or Independent Examination Board (IEB) school leaving certificate as certified by Council for Quality Assurance in General and Further Education (