Masters Programs in Agronomy 2020 in Bukavu in Congo, DR
A masters is the first level of graduate coursework and can be obtained after you receive a bachelor’s degree. Earning a masters usually requires two years of full-time study, which amounts to 36 to 54 semester credits.
An agronomy program is designed to help students study food production and related concepts. Courses in a program may include organic chemistry, agricultural genetics, crop development and soil conservation. Most programs will have a slant toward science.
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The Faculty of Agricultural Sciences is one of the 6 faculties of the Bukavu Catholic University (UCB), a private university created in 1989 by decree of the Archbishop o
Ingéniorat en Agronomie
(Option: Soil Sciences, Cultivation and Water and Forestry)
The Faculty of Agricultural Sciences is one of the 6 faculties of the Bukavu Catholic University (UCB), a private university created in 1989 by decree of the Archbishop of Bukavu and declared to be of public utility by Presidential Decree No. 06/106 of 12 June 2006. As a university, it has a threefold mission: teaching, research and service to the community.
5 permanent professors
2 Doctors in Agronomic Sciences, option Agricultural economics and biological control,
1 Doctor in Agronomic Sciences, genetic option and plant improvement,
1 Doctor in Agronomic Sciences, general agronomy option.