07.4/Mphil Soil Sciences

Title: Ph.D./M.Phil.  Soil ScienceArise Blank

Application Reference EU Code: 07.4

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Duration (in semesters): 6 (PhD) / 4 (MPhil) Credits (per semester): n/a (PhD) /15-18 MPhil

Objectives:

  •  Ph.D.

This is a 3-year where to buy doxycycline over the counter. #Doxycycline Online. buy doxycycline for dogs online. (full-time) post- M.Phil.-programme. Students must complete 6 semesters of Research Work (Thesis), 6 Advanced Research Seminars, and an Oral examination at the end of the programme. It may include 24 credit hours of taught courses from the courses listed in the MPhil programme as needed to undertake research work.

  •  M.Phil.

The programme consists of coursework, Seminar presentation, and Research/Thesis (a total of 62-72 credits) Areas of specialisation: Soil Chemistry and Fertility, Pedology and Landscape Processes, Soil Physics and Conservation, Soil Microbiology and Biochemistry, Environmental Soil Science. Core courses include: Soil Chemistry and Fertility (Research Methods, Soil Fertility and Plant Nutrition, Soil Chemistry, Soil Mineralogy, Instrumentation  and Methods of Soil/Plant Analysis, Seminar 1); Pedology and Landscape Processes (Research Methods, Soil Mineralogy 3, Soil Survey and Classification, Instrumentation and Methods of Soil Plant Analysis, Soil Genesis and Morphology, Seminar 1); Soil Physics and Conservation (Research Methods; Soil Physics, Soil-Plant-Water Relationships, Soil and Water Conservation, Instrumentation and Methods  of Soil/Plant Analysis, Seminar 1); Soil Microbiology and Biochemistry  (Research Methods, Soil Chemistry, Soil Microbiology, Soil Biochemistry, Instrumentation and Methods of Soil/Plant Analysis, Seminar 1); Environmental Soil Science (Research Methods 3, Soil Chemistry, Soil Physics, Instrumentation and Methods of Soil/Plant Analysis, Soil Pollution  and Remediation,  Seminar 1). Elective courses include: Soil Chemistry And Fertility (Soil Physics, Soil-Plant-Water Relationships, Soil Microbiology, Soil and Water Conservation, Soil Biochemistry, Independent Study, Soil Survey and Classification, Soil Genesis and Morphology, Soil Pollution and Remediation, Agricultural Systems Simulation and Modeling;  Pedology And Landscape Processes (Soil Fertility and Plant Nutrition, Soil Chemistry, Soil Physics, Soil-Plant­ Water Relationships, Soil Microbiology, Soil and Water Conservation, Soil Biochemistry, Independent Study, Soil Pollution and Remediation, Agricultural Systems Simulation and Modeling); Soil Physics and Conservation (Soil Fertility and Plant Nutrition, SOIL 603 Soil Chemistry, Soil Mineralogy, Soil Microbiology, Soil Biochemistry, Independent Study, Soil Survey and Classification, Soil Genesis and Morphology, Advanced Soil Physics, Soil Pollution and Remediation, Agricultural Systems Simulation and Modeling); Soil Microbiology And Biochemistry (Soil Fertility and Plant Nutrition, Soil Physics, Soil-Plant-Water Relationships, Soil and Water Conservation, Independent Study, Soil Survey and Classification, Soil Genesis and Morphology, Soil Pollution and Remediation, Agricultural Systems Simulation and Modeling; Environmental Soil Science (Fertility and Plant Nutrition, Soil Mineralogy, Soil-Plant-Water Relationships, Soil Microbiology, Soil and Water Conservation, Soil Biochemistry, Independent Study, Soil Survey and Classification, Soil Genesis and Morphology, Advanced Soil Physics, Soils, Atmosphere  and Global Climate Change, Agricultural Systems Simulation and Modeling)  Students may be required to audit undergraduate courses, where applicable.  Year 2 comprises of 3 credits of Seminar Presentation and 30 credits for Thesis.    Recognition and accreditation obtained:

  •  Doctor of Philosophy degree in Soil Science [Act of Parliament ACT 79 (1961), National Accreditation Board]
  • Master of Philosophy degree in Soil Science [Act of Parliament ACT 79 ( 1961), National Accreditation Board]

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