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The Department of Crop Science and Horticulture contributes to increased productivity of field and horticultural crops through quality training, research, technology development and advisory services with five sections of Crop Protection, Horticulture, Crop improvement, Agronomy and the African Seed Health Center

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What we offer

The Department of Crop Science and Horticulture hosts 1 Diploma, 3 Bachelor degrees, 3 Master’s degree and PhD programmes in  Crop Science, Horticulture, Agriculture general, Crop Production, Agro- ecology, Seed Technology,

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Facilities

The Department of Crop Sciences and Horticulture hosts a number of laboratories for teaching, research and consultancy. Our labs are found in different buildings within the Main Campus. They are organised according to their specialised functions.

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News

Latest Updates, Announcements, Stories and more

FIELD PRACTICAL TRAINING ALLOCATION 2021/2022

Field practical training for the academic year 2021/2022 will be conducted for five weeks from 7th March to 8th April...
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SELECTED CANDIDATES TO ATTEND INTERVIEW

Kilombero Sugar Company (KSC)  in cooperation with the College of Agriculture has scheduled an interview for candidates who wish to...
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TRAINING ON PESTICIDE APPLICATION AND MANAGEMENT

Tanzania  Agricultural College and University Students  Association (TAUSA) in collaboration with  Tanzania Plant Health and Pesticide Authority (TPHPA) invite students,...
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Undergraduate, Postgraduate courses and programmes
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Undergraduate Programmes

The Department hosts 3 Bachelor degrees in Crop production and management, Agriculture General and Hortculture

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Masters Programmes

The Deartment host 3 Masters Degree in Crop Science, Horticulture and Seed Technology and Business

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PhD

The Department hosts PhD program specializing in crop improvement, protection, agronomy, horticulture, seed technologies

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Staff Profiles

The Department has 23 academic staff, five technical staff, three agricultural officers and 22 supporting staff

Research

The Department conducts various research in a broad area of crop science and horticulture for improved food security and livelihoods of rural and urban communities

Projects

The Department host more than 20 projects which is funded from various National and International donors such as MAS, SEVIA, IPM IL,  and many more