|Degree Code:||J42_3||Degree Name:||BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT|
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BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT
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Candidates eligible for admission to the above degree programmes will be required to be holders of the following qualifications:
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To qualify for the award of the degree, a candidate shall have passed all the prescribed courses. The Degree award and classification for the various options shall be based on the mean scores in all the four years. The standard University of Nairobi rules shall be applied as follows:-
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The degree programme shall consist of four academic years of 2 semesters of 15 weeks each.
At the end of the degree programme candidates shall be awarded the Bachelor of Science degree in any one of the following options taken in their fourth year of study:
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A The B.Sc. degree in wildlife is designed to produce personnel with the requisite knowledge and skills to work in wildlife, fisheries, tourism, environment and related fields. Wildlife, fisheries and tourism are key sectors in national economies. In Kenya , tourism is one of the largest foreign exchange earners while fisheries alone earns the country more than five billion shillings in foreign currency. Environmental management and conservation plays a major role in planning and sustainable development worldwide. This requirement demands adequate capacity building in both personnel and technology. The above sectors are expanding rapidly and so is the demand for the relevant skilled personnel. In recognition of this demand, the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine together with Kenya Wildlife Services (KWS) have teamed up to offer a hands-on, practical oriented training in these fields. The combined resources of these two institutions in terms of manpower and facilities are best placed to provide this training.
The overall goal is to fill an existing gap in training of practically oriented skilled personnel to work in areas of wildlife, fisheries, tourism and environmental management and conservation who successfully completes the course shall be awarded the degree of Master of Science in Nutrition and Feed Science.
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The specific objectives will be to train personnel with relevant wildlife skills in :
Environmental management as it relates to the above fields will underpin the training in these programmes.