| MASTER OF SCIENCE IN LIVESTOCK PRODUCTION SYSTEMS

MASTER OF SCIENCE IN LIVESTOCK PRODUCTION SYSTEMS - University of Nairobi

Several very significant factors are affecting animal production today.

 Masters  2 YEARS  Part-Time Fee: on application
UoN
Public University Starehe - Constituency, Nairobi - County

Several very significant factors are affecting animal production today. There is a consistent increasing demand for animal products as populations increase and their standard of living improves. These population increases are imposing proportionally greater demands on the resources of the semiarid and arid-lands, where livestock are the main means of utilizing the resources; it is also becoming apparent that the interaction between livestock and crop plays a key role in improving crop productivity. For these reasons, there is an increasing demand for professionally competent staff, in government services, Research and teaching institutions. Due to this the University of Nairobi has developed these Master of Science programme and others to help deal with the crisis.

Entry requirements

The following shall be eligible for admission to the University of Nairobi


1. Holders of the following degree awards of the University of Nairobi or equivalent qualifications from universities or institutions recognized by the senate of the University of Nairobi;


e) Bachelor of Veterinary Medicine


f) Bachelor of Science with at least Upper Second-Class Honours in Agriculture, Range management,


Wildlife, Zoology and Agricultural economics.


2. Holders of Lower Second-class Honours degree with at least two years relevant experience;


3. Holders of Pass degree or equivalent qualifications as listed in above with either a relevant post-graduate diploma or five years experience.

MASTER OF SCIENCE IN LIVESTOCK PRODUCTION SYSTEMS - course content

Animal Physiology


Biochemistry


Instrumentation


Biometry and Computer use


Application of Statistics in Animal Production


Principles of Scientific Comm.


Principles of Livestock production Systems


Animal Bioclimatology, Behaviour and Welfare


Livestock Population Dynamics and Modeling


Dairy Cattle Production Systems


Beef Cattle and Camel Production Systems


Sheep and Goat Prod. Systems


 Pig and Poultry Prod. Systems


 Integrated Resource Management


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