Bachelor of Science Agriculture
i. The common Kenyatta University and the School of Agriculture and Enterprise Development admission regulations shall apply.
ii. Candidates must have passed with a mean aggregate of C+ (plus) at KCSE or equivalent.
iii. In addition, the student must have obtained a minimum of C+ (plus) in any three (3) of the following subjects: Biology, Chemistry, Agriculture or Geography, Mathematics or Physics/Physical Sciences OR
iv. Mean grade C (plain) at KCSE or its equivalent with a Diploma of at least credit pass in a subject related to Agriculture, environmental studies, applied biology or any other related discipline from a recognized Institution OR
v. At least two (2) Principals and one (1) Subsidiary in science subjects with a Principal pass in biology at KACE (A-level) or its equivalent.
vi. Students can also transfer from other Institutions or Departments to the University on Credit transfer provided they meet the minimum admission requirements.
i. Kenyatta University common examination regulations shall apply.
ii. Students enrolled for the Bachelor of Science in Agriculture degree program will be expected to take written examinations on all taught units.
iii. The examinations will constitute 70% of the total marks while the course work assessment tests (CATs) will be 30%.
iv. Field trip courses and field attachment assessments will account for 100%. They will be followed by a diary, comprehensive report and marks will be awarded as stipulated in the School of Agriculture and Enterprise Development regulations. The continuous assessment will comprise of students diaries assessment, written exam based on the trip. The final exam will comprise of elaborate trip reports.
v. The pass mark for the examinations will be 40%.
The degree to be awarded is designated as: B.Sc. Agriculture
Unit Codes and Titles
UCU 100: Communication Skills
UCU 101: Development Studies
UCU 103: Introduction to Creative and Critical Thinking
KCU 100: History and Development of East Africa Agriculture
KCU 101: Fundamentals of Mathematics
KST 112: Agricultural Botany
KBT 107: Introduction to Agribusiness
KAP 103: Physiology and Anatomy of Farm Animals
KST 101: Agricultural Zoology
KST 103: Fundamentals of Physics
KST 104: Fundamentals of Chemistry
KST 111: Plant Growth and Development
KRM 102: Farming Systems
KST 130: Field Course 1
KRM102: Farming System
KCU 200: Statistics for Agriculture
KCU 201: Principles of Crop Production
KCU 202: Principles of Soil Science
SBC 120: Introduction to Genetics
KST 206: Principles of Agricultural Biotechnology
KRM 201: Agricultural Field Machinery
KAP 204: Animal Nutrition and Feeds
SMB 200: General Microbiology
KST 208: Insect Biology and Ecology
KST 209: Principles of Crop Improvement
KST 214: Plant Physiology and Biochemistry
KST 230: Field Course 2
KBT 203: Agricultural Production Economics
KCU 300: Field Attachment
KCU 301: Research Methods
KBT 312: Agri-Enterprise Development
KRM 300: Soil Fertility and Plant Nutrition
KST 300: Principles of Seed Science and Technology
KST 301: Agricultural Entomology
KST 302: Crop Diseases and Management
KST 303: Agro-climatology and Meteorology
KST 304: Weed Science and Management
KST 307: Crop Production in Controlled Environment
KST 309: Pesticide Formulation, Use and safety
KST 318: Value Addition of Farm Products
KCU 400: Research Project (equivalent to 2 units)
KBT 414: Agribusiness Entrepreneurship and Management
KRM 402: Principles of Organic and Conservation Agriculture
KST 401: Post Harvest Technology
KST 407: Integrated Pest and Disease Management Strategies
KST 408: Agriculture Extension and Rural Development
KST 413: Agricultural Policy and Law in Kenya
KST 414: Pastures and Fodder Crops production
KST 416: Field and Industrial Crops Production
KST 420: Pests and Pathogens of Stored Products
KST 421: Horticultural Crops Production