Degree Type:Master of Science
Department:Department of Agricultural Economics and Extension
Modes of Study:Sandwich
Candidates seeking admission into Master of Science in Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) Studies and Management (Sandwich) must have obtained a good baccalaureate degree at least Second Class Lower Division or better from a recognised institution or Cumulative Grade Point (CGPA) of 2.5 on a 1 - 4 scale or its equivalence in agriculture or related field. Considerable working experience preferably in Agriculture is desirable but not required. A considerable working experience will be an advantage but not a prerequisite.
Primarily, the programme is to train high calibre development professionals who will provide sterling leadership for the efficient management of NGOs and sister-organizations. Essentially, the programme will be tailored to meet the technical and managerial expertise required by managers/staff of NGOs to effectively function in the ever-changing development arena. This will ensure that development practitioners do not lose sight of the fundamental philosophy and spirit of philanthropy and volunteerism in the cause of especially the poor, marginalized, women, and children.