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The College of Agricultural Management and Rural Development was created in 2009 out of the then College of Agricultural Management, Rural Development and Consumer Studies.

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The primary philosophy that guides the training of students is the production of skilled manpower that is adequately furnished with the comprehensive information required for engaging in economic agricultural production in an environment characterized by rural setting and adequate land endowment.

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These training programmes are mounted through classroom instruction, laboratory practicals, field demonstration, and workshop practice. Deriving from the foregoing philosophy, the major objectives are:

  1. To assist in the attainment of self-sufficiency in the production of basic food;
  2. To contribute to the achievement of the goal of marked increase in the production of agricultural raw materials to support the growth of our several industries;
  3. To enhance the production and processing of export produce;
  4. With emphasis on relevant agricultural production, processing, storage, preservation and distribution;
  5. To enhance the rural employment opportunities and the attendant improvement of the quality of rural life;
  6. To evolve effective ways of protecting agricultural land resources from ecological degradation such as erosion, pollution, etc.
  7. To develop new patterns of agricultural structures and government policies which clearly demonstrate that agriculture is an important part of our national economy.

 

 

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MANDATE AND ACTIVITIES

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The College contributes to the Bachelor of Agriculture degree programme by offering both core and elective courses through its two Departments of Agricultural Economics and Farm Management as well as Agricultural Extension and Rural Development.

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A new Department of Agricultural Administration has just been created. Although, the Department of Communication and General Studies Department does not offer degree programmes at the undergraduate level, it offers General Studies courses to all students in the areas of Philosophy, Politics, Sociology and English Language all of which broaden the knowledge of students beyond their immediate professional horizon. The College is involved in various practical oriented research activities aimed at solving societal problems in the areas of innovation in agriculture, and post-harvest processing and technology, improvement techniques.

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In compliance with the tripodal mandate of the University, that is, teaching, research and extension, the College provides resource persons in subject matter area for extension activities of the Agricultural Media Resources and Extension Centre (AMREC).

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Currently, the College comprises four academic Departments as follows:

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  1. Department of Agricultural Economics and Farm Management;
  2. Department of Agricultural Extension and Rural Development;
  3. Department of Agricultural Administration (new)
  4. Department of Communication and General Studies

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Last Updated on January 15, 2020 by FUNAAB