Message From the Dean
Faculty of Life Sciences and Natural Resources Management (FLIN) was established in 2019 to strengthen the niche area of the University College focusing on dryland farming and mining. The faculty endeavours to be a key player in the national development agenda enshrined in vision 2030 and “The Big Four” by producing
graduates with skills and competences in sustainable food production and prudent use of natural resources for food security and poverty alleviation. The Faculty appreciates that farming and natural recourses utilisation are the
backbone for industrialization that must be based on science and technology whose sustainability requires sound environmental management practices. set itself on a roadmap to grow into a world leading Faculty of Life Sciences and Natural Resources Management.
The Faculty has one Department of Dryland Farming and Natural Resources that focuses in dry land animal, horticultural and crop farming, agro-forestry, environmental management, hospitality, wildlife enterprise & eco-tourism. entrepreneurial courses for preparing our students for self-employment. The faculty offers a conducive work environment that is student-centred and interactive. Students will find more opportunities in the faculty in developing their career for employment.
FLIN is actively engaged in research programs through a multidisciplinary approach by collaborating with other agricultural institutions in the country. The Faculty envisions research excellence in arid and semi-arid lands to
We offers undergraduate programs
- . BSC (Health Records and Information Management),
- BSC (Animal Science), BSC (Agriculture),
- BSC (Environmental Science),
- BSC (Agricultural Education and Extension),
- Bachelor of Agribusiness Management, Bachelor of Hotel Management,
- Bachelor of Science in Ecotourism,
- Bachelor of Tourism Management.
- BSC (Dryland farming),
- BSC (Animal Products Processing and Technology),
- BSC (Animal Science and Rangeland Management),
- BSC (Agribusiness & Rural Development),
- BSC (Biodiversity and Conservation management).