Skilled manpower trained at the post-graduate level in rangeland resource management is limited in most African countries. The majority of the rangeland resource managers in the region have been trained abroad where training is not appropriate for the African set up where the mode of production is largely labour-intensive, low capital subsistence pastoralism. Trained skilled manpower is expected to act as a catalyst for enhancing the productivity and human support capacity for pastoral systems in the region.
The degree programme shall consist of research by thesis.
- The common regulations governing Doctor of Philosophy Degrees in the University of Nairobi shall apply. Accordingly the following rules will apply.
The programme shall take a minimum of 3 years and a maximum of 5 years.
Holders of a Master of Science degree in agricultural related disciplines, Range management, Soil science, biological sciences, environmental sciences or in natural resource management or an equivalent qualification from an institution recognized by senate.
Holders of Masters degree in relevant social sciences recommended by the faculty board and approved by senate.
To equip trainees with relevant skills to enable them participate in the rehabilitation, rational management and efficient utilization and conservation of arid and semi-arid land resources, Range management , Natural resources management and related fields
Fees and Funding
|DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY IN RANGE MANAGEMENT (A802),|
|Year I||Year 2||Year 3||Total|
|ICT SERVICES - (PER YEAR)||7,000.00||7,000.00||7,000.00||21,000.00|
|REGISTRATION (PER SEMESTER@2250)||4,500.00||4,500.00||4,500.00||13,500.00|
|ID CARD ( PER YEAR)||1,000.00||1,000.00||1,000.00||3,000.00|
|CAUTION - (ONCE)||5,000.00||-||-||5,000.00|
|MEDICAL FEE (PER YEAR)||6,500.00||6,500.00||6,500.00||19,500.00|
|ACTIVITY-( PER YEAR)||2,000.00||2,000.00||2,000.00||6,000.00|
|LIBRARY (PER YEAR)||5,000.00||5,000.00||5,000.00||15,000.00|
|STUDENT ORGANISATION(PER YEAR)||1,000.00||1,000.00||1,000.00||3,000.00|
|EXAMINATION (PER UNIT @1000)||-||-||-||-|
Research by thesis
Dr. Oliver Wasonga