Agricultural Education and Extension (AGED)

The Department of Agricultural Economics proposes to start a degree of B.Sc. (Agricultural Education and Extension). The emphasis of the programme is on Rural Sociology, Extension Education, Cultural and Rural Development. The aims and objectives of the programme shall be to produce personnel who will help to enhance the participation of agricultural change agents, such as extension agents, farm advisors, community agents and others who are dedicated to developing Kenya's food supplies and helping people in other ways. The course is planned for both regular Government sponsored students and self-sponsored (parallel) students. The course will offer the flexibility of full-time as well as part-time teaching. Students shall cover the programme in four academic years, involving study by course work, project paper and field work.

1. Dr. Evans Chimoita

2. Dr. Lucy Karega