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. Such knowledgeable professional manpower has to be produced in an atmosphere with the widest possible human and material resources, through the adoption of effective techniques of instruction and exposure to the actual practice of agriculture. Consequently, there are opportunities for formal training at the Undergraduate and postgraduate levels for the acquisition of basic and higher degrees.

These training programmes are mounted through classroom instruction, laboratory practical, field demonstration and workshop practice. Deriving from the foregoing Philosophy and the major objectives of the University, among others, are:

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