Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Horticulture (180 credits)

Overview

This programme gives learners skills in the latest horticultural practices with the use of modern technology. Learners will have the opportunity to study and practise different aspects related to their main area of study, with the aim of seeking employment at management level in private enterprise, in research and development and/or in regulatory services both locally and internationally. This programme offers the required knowledge and competences related to Sustainable Land Use, Integrated Pest Management, Plant Nutrition and Fertilisation, Agricultural Technology, Rural Development and Garden Design/ Landscaping. During this course students need to undertake a research project whereby a topic is chosen and subsequently investigated, researched, a methodology formulated and data collected, analysed and discussed

Admission Requirements

Advanced Diploma in Fish Management or Advanced Diploma in Animal Management and Veterinary Nursing or Advanced Diploma in Horticulture or 2 A-Level passes and 2 I-Level passes

Course Duration

3 Years Full-Time