A degree in agricultural economics and resource management addresses issues that deal with the constantly changing economy and make decisions concerning risk and uncertainty of agricultural production, reliance on natural resources, key aspects of institutions that govern food and agriculture, and the competitive structures within agribusiness.
This Bachelor of Science In Agricultural Economics and Resource Management degree programme at Moi University seeks to ensure that the students learn:
- Farm Management,
- Resource Economics,
- Agricultural Extension and Practical Work.
The curriculum produces practically oriented graduates who are competent and sensitive to address issues related to increased small farm productivity and development.
The graduates of Bachelor of Science in Agricultural Economics and Resource Management should also be able to participate in the agricultural industry in a variety of roles notably self-employment where feasible, agricultural extension and credit administration, agricultural project planning and implementation, marketing consultancy, natural resources management and the teaching of agricultural economics.