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.
Biological & life sciences is an area of science that focuses on the body and all of the functions associated with it. Students may choose to take classes such as anatomy, physiology, genetics, immunology, and toxicology.
The system of higher education in Zimbabwe is famous for higher technical education as well as linguistic studies. Arts and the culture have also remained as a strong part of the system and society. It is because of this art and culture that many want to study in Zimbabwe.
Top Master Programs in Life Sciences in Zimbabwe 2018
Two Year Full-time Program. Each student will conduct a research project as approved by the College and submit a dissertation by the end of the second academic year. A Bachelor’s degree in Agriculture/Biological Science inappropriate subjects as Program Requirement. [+]
Two Year Full-time Program.
Each student will conduct a research project as approved by the College and submit a dissertation by the end of the second academic year.
A Bachelor’s degree in Agriculture/Biological Science in appropriate subjects as Program Requirement.Program Structure ACP 501 Biostatistics (3 Credit Hours) ACP 502 Advanced Plant Pathology (3 Credit Hours) ACP 503 Weed Ecology and Management (3 Credit Hours) ACP 504 Insect Pest Management (3 Credit Hours) ACP 505 Crop Production (3 Credit Hours) ACP 506 Crop Improvement (3 Credit Hours) ACP 507 Soil Fertility Management (3 Credit Hours) AAE 506 Irrigation Agronomy (3 Credit Hours) AEC 507 Dissertation Proposal Development (3 credit hours) AEC 508 Conduct Research, Analyse and Prepare Dissertation (9 credit hours) Career and Job Opportunities Researcher Academic NGOs - FAO, UNDP, UNEP Self-employment Consultancy Financial Assistance ... [-]