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The Relevance (Why the course is being taught)

Objectives Of The Programme

The goal of the programme is to strengthen the relevance of the curriculum by encompassing the emerging national agricultural and rural development issues such as poverty, natural resource degradation, social economic inequities among others.

The curriculum modification with addition of more rural development and innovations, entrepreneurial, business oriented and social science related courses will make graduates more capable of facilitating rural innovation through providing innovative, need-based, demand driven, market oriented services in a liberalized and competitive service delivery system that currently characterizes the agricultural sector.

It will also match the human resource requirements of several stakeholder organizations at national, regional and international level.

Specifically, the programme aims at:

1. Intergration of social and technical disciplines related to agricultural and rural development to enable graduates champion development in agrarian societies
2. Developing a systematic view of development among professionals of rural and agricultural development.
3. Developing multi-skilled professionals with agricultural, leadership, analytical, facilitative and reflective competences to coordinate, stimulate and guide innovations and multi-actor partnerships for improving rural livehoods with a broader view of local, regional and global trends in development.
4. Intergrating professional and ethical values and mindsets for accountable agricultural and rural development professionals:
5. Providingalternativetrainingapproaches for more effective professionals to confront in the complex challenges of poverty, food insecurity and natural resources management in the sub Saharan region

Source* https://www.mak.ac.ug/prospectus/Agriculture/Bachelor%20of%20Agricultural%20and%20Rural%20Innovation%20Studies.pdf

Course Entry Requirements

Subjects for Admission

Essential Subjects (X3) [?]

Relevant Subjects (X2) [?]
Entrepreneurship Education
Foods And Nutrition
Desirable Subjects (X1) [?]
Computer Studies
General Paper
Subsidiary Mathematics
Course Cut off Points
Course Career Paths
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Graduates can work for organisations undertaking rural developments and innovations.

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