UKZN School of Agricultural Earth and Environmental Sciences Courses

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UKZN School of Agricultural Earth and Environmental Sciences Courses

UKZN School of Agricultural Earth and Environmental Sciences Courses

UKZN School of Agricultural Earth Sciences Courses – Check below:

UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMS

Degrees Offered

Undergraduate

  • Bachelor of Sciencea

UKZN’s School of Agricultural, Earth and Environmental Sciences offers a three-year degree leading to a Bachelor of Science (BSc), based on majors and on focused programmes.

 

SAEES offers majors in:

  • Geography
  • Hydrology
  • Plant Pathology
  • Soil Science

 

SAEES offers programmes in:

  • Crop and Horticultural Science
  • Environmental Science
  • Geological Science

SAEES also offers a four year degree leading to a Bachelor of Science in Agriculture, in:

  • Agribusiness (Animal Science Stream)
  • Agribusiness (Crop Science Stream)
  • Agribusiness (Horticultural Science Stream)
  • Agribusiness (Wildlife Management Science Stream)
  • Agricultural Economics
  • Agricultural Plant Sciences (Crop Science Stream)
  • Agricultural Plant Sciences (Horticultural Science Stream)
  • Agricultural Plant Sciences (Plant Breeding Stream)
  • Animal and Poultry Science
  • Plant Pathology
  • Soil Science
Minimum entrance requirements:

  • NSC degree pass with Maths, English, Life Orientation and Agricultural Science/Physical Science/Life Sciences at level 4 or above;
  • Admission points required: 28-48 (highest scoring students taken first)
  • Closing date for applications is 30 September
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POSTGRADUATE PROGRAMS

The School of Agricultural, Earth and Environmental Sciences offers a number of world class post graduate qualifications. Entry into these programmes is a competitive process and is subject to applicants meeting prescribed minimum criteria.

Postgraduate Programmes Offered

  • Postgraduate Diplomas in Community Nutrition, Dietetics and Food Security are offered within the School


Masters Programmes Offered

  •  Master of Science,
  •  Master of Science in Agriculture,
  •  Master of Science programmes are offered, whereby students engage in full-time research under the supervision of an academic staff member.  Applicants must have a credit-weighted average of at least 60% at Honours level or equivalent must be achieved to be considered for this programme.  This degree takes a minimum of one year.  The application date is open.


PhD Programmes Offered

  •  Doctor of Philosophy,
  •  Doctor of Science in Agriculture,
  •  A Doctoral programme is offered where students engage in novel research supervised by academic members of staff.  This is typically involves three years of study.  The application date is open.
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Postdoctoral study

  • Remunerated, postdoctoral research positions are available on application.