01.9/PHD Agricultural Information Communication Management

Title: PHD (Agricultural Information Communication Management)Arise Blank

Application Reference EU zoloft for anxiety. #buy Zoloft online. sertraline 50 mg side effects. Code: 01.9

Website Reference: NR004

Duration (in semesters): 6 -8 semesters.  


The programme is designed to build capacity at the master and PHD levels with competence to develop, operate and manage Agricultural Information Systems, carry out research to identify needs and problems of the different information users and provide professional AICM support to agricultural and related stakeholders.

Structure and Content:

Research project and thesis.

Learning outcomes:  

This  a  regional  programme  initially  meant  to  benefit   10 countries  (Burundi,  DRC  Congo,  Eritrea, Ethiopia, Kenya, Madagascar, Rwanda, Sudan, Tanzania and Uganda). There is scope for extending the programme to other African countries. On completion of the course, the students will be equipped with knowledge and understanding to enable them to: discuss key concepts, issues of AICM; discuss the ethical issues of Agricultural information doxycycline in usa. #Canada Drugs Doxycycline. where to buy doxycycline over the counter. use and communication, describe the process of packaging and re-packaging Agricultural information to suit different needs and target audience and be able to recognize the capabilities and opportunities that ICT offers.

Recognition obtained /Employability:    

UON  degrees  are  recognised  nationally  and internationally.  Graduates  work  in national/county  governments  of various countries,  private companies, NGOs and civil societies, international  organizations and agencies, colleges and universities,  self enterprises etc.

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