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c) Qualifications offered at the University of Fort Hare

University of Fort Hare offers various degrees in the Science and Agriculture Faculty. For admission to any of these degrees, an FET certificate with an endorsement is required and the successful completion of Mathematics at this level. The qualifications offered include:

  • Bachelor of Agriculture

  • Bachelor of Agricultural Economics

  • Bachelor of Agricultural Extension / Production

  • Bachelor of Science with a specialisation in Agriculture, Agricultural Economics / Economics, Agricultural Economics / Livestock Production / Plant Production, Horticultural Science / Soil Science, Crop Science / Botany / Soil Science / Livestock and Pasture Science

  • Bachelor of Science with a specialisation in Zoology, Botany, Microbiology or Life Sciences.

Contact Details for UFH:

Alice (Main) Campus

Bisho Campus

East London Campus

(040) 602 2011 086 010 3626 www.ufh.ac.za (040) 639 2445 www.ufh.ac.za (043) 704 7000 www.ufh.ac.za

C.A.P.E. Cape Action Plan for the Environment

d) Qualifications offered at Stellenbosch University

Degrees in Agricultural and Forestry Sciences

The University of Stellenbosch’s Science Faculty offers two degrees in Agricultural and Forestry Sciences, namely the Bachelor of Agricultural Administration and the Bachelor of Forestry. Admission requirements for both of these degrees are an FET Certificate (Grade 12) with an endorsement, Mathematics at this level and one of either Physical Science or Biology (Life Science).

  • Bachelor of Agricultural Administration

The Bachelor of Agricultural Administration (B.AgicAdmin) provides three specialised learning pathways from which to choose towards this qualification: (1) The Agribusiness pathway focuses on the management of agriculture and agriculture-related business, with a background in either crop or agricultural production. (2) A second pathway, Agricultural and Rural Development Management, emphasises public and development management and policy analysis with crop or animal production as a background; and (3) A third option is offered in Industry- specific Farming Management. Further specialisation could be undertaken through an Honours, Masters and Doctoral Programme offered in Agricultural Administration.

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