UNAM Masters in Science in Rangeland Resources and Management

Degree

Masters in Science

Admission Criteria

N.1.1 The University of Namibia general regulations regarding admission of students to Masters Degree programmes shall apply.
N.1.2 Notwithstanding the above, students wishing to enroll for this programme must be in possession of a good undergraduate Bachelor of Science degree in Agriculture, Biology, Life Sciences, or related field from a recognized and accredited institution of higher learning.

Duration of Study

It will be a two-year fulltime program with a 50:50 weighting of course work to research. The program is based at Neudamm Campus. Classes/Lecturing will take place during daytime.

Modules

YEAR 1, SEMESTER 1
Research/ Exp Design & Analysis
Geographic Info Systems & Remote Sensing
Intro Integrated Resource Management
Rangeland Ecosystem Structure & Function
Soil Dynamics
Water Dynamics
Environmental Physiology
Land Use Planning
Fodder Flow
Rangeland Management
Academic Writing for Postgraduate Students
YEAR 1, SEMESTER 2
Research/ Exp Design & Analysis
Geographic Info Systems & Remote Sensing
Wildlife Ecology & Management
Rangeland Degradation and Its Mitigation
Nutrition of Foraging Animals
Sustainable Livelihoods
Range Biodiversity and Conservation
Natural Resource Economics
Natural Resource Policies
Academic Writing for Postgraduate Students
YEAR 2, SEMESTER 1
Research Project / Thesis
YEAR 2, SEMESTER 2
Research Project / Thesis