BSc. Agribusiness Management and Enterprise Development

A degree in Agribusiness Management and Enterprise Development focuses on agribusiness and business development in nonmetropolitan regions. Agribusinesses in these regions tend to be smaller and more self-sufficient, which poses special challenges and opportunities. The program is also of interest to students seeking a career in rural enterprise development. The program offers training in the use of business, marketing, financial management, economics, and computer applications to address agribusiness management and small enterprise development in agriculture. This degree program combines knowledge of business management and agricultural systems with an understanding of how the market economy works and the appropriate role of government regulation.

Admission Requirements
1.1. A candidate wishing to be admitted into the Bachelor of Science degree programme in Agribusiness Management and Enterprise Development must satisfy the minimum University entry requirements and Faculty of Agriculture regulations.

1.2. In addition to the above, the candidate must have obtained a minimum aggregate mean of C+ (plus) and a C (plain) in each of the following subjects: Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics Physics/Geography/Agriculture OR C (plain) in each of the following subjects: Biological Sciences, Physical Sciences, Mathematics/Geography/Agriculture or any of the Group IV subjects at K.C.S.E. or an A Level equivalent.

1.3. Alternatively, admission shall be granted to holders of Diploma in Agriculture, Horticulture, Animal Health, Animal Production and Husbandry, Farm Management  or other equivalent qualifications from institutions recognized by JKUAT (with credit and above) from Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology or from other institutions recognized by the University Senate. Such candidates shall enter the programme at the second year of study unless otherwise specified by the Faculty. Holders of a pass diploma with 2 years relevant experience may be admitted in 1st year of study.