MOUAU Postgraduate Courses and Requirements

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MOUAU Postgraduate Courses and Requirements

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MOUAU Postgraduate Courses and Requirements

MOUAU Postgraduate Courses and Requirements

It is important that you know MOUAU Postgraduate Courses and Requirements very well before proceeding to register. To register, you need to get MOUAU Postgraduate Admission Form here on examstuts.

What is the importance of Knowing MOUAU Postgraduate Courses and Requirements? There is a lot to gain as it will deeply help you in making an informed choice.

Here are all the Postgraduate courses offered in MOUAU and their entry requirements.

A. COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS, RURAL SOCIOLOGY AND EXTENSION

(a). Department of Agricultural Economics

M.Sc. and Ph.D Agricultural Economics -Areas of specialization include:
1. Agribusiness Management and Co-operatives.
2. Agricultural Finance.
3. Agricultural Project Management.
4. Agricultural Marketing.
5. Farm Management and Production Economics.
6. Agricultural Policy and Development.

(b). Department of Rural Sociology and Extension

Postgraduate Diploma (PGD) in Rural Sociology and Extension M.Sc. and Ph.D in:
I. Agricultural Extension Communication,
2. Agricultural Extension Administration.
3. Agricultural Extension Education.
4. Rural Sociology and Development.

(c) Departmeni of Agribusiness and Entrepreneurship Development.

M.Sc. and Ph.D in Agribusiness and Entrepreneurship Development.

Qualifications:

To qualify for M.Sc. admission in Agribusiness and Financial Management options, the candidates must have a minimum of Second Class Honours Lower Division in any Management Science/Economics, Agricultural Economics, Agribusiness and any relevant course/ or 3.5 and above in Postgraduate Diploma of MOUAU or any other recognized University.
Ph.D in Agribusiness and Financial Management:

A candidate must have obtained a Masters degree which include course work and Research in any options from a recognized University with a CGPA of at least 3.5 (on 5 point scale) or 2.84 (on 4 point scale).
There is no direct admission to Ph.D no matter the class of Degree in the Undergraduate programme.

B. COLLEGE OF APPLIED FOOD SCIENCE AND TOURISM

(a). Department of Food Science and Technology

Postgraduate Diploma (PGD) in Food Science and Technology; M.Sc. and Ph.D in:
I. Food Processing and Preservation.
2. Food Chemistry and Biotechnology.
3. Food Microbiology and Biotechnology.
4. Food Quality Control and Assurance.

In addition to general entry requirement for Postgraduate programmes, Department of Food Science and Technology requires O’level credit passes in English, Mathematics, Chemistry, Physics and Biology.

(b). Department of Human Nutrition and Dietetics.

Postgraduate Diploma (PGD) in Human Nutrition and Dietetics; M.Sc. and Ph.D in:
I. Applied Human Nutrition.
2. Community Nutrition.
3. Experimental Nutrition.
4. Food Option.

(c). Department of Home Economics/Hotel Management and Tourism.

Postgraduate Diploma (PGD) in Home Economics MSc. and Ph.D in:
1. Home Management.
2. Human and Family Development.
3. Clothing and Textile.
4. Foods and Nutrition.

C. COLLEGE OF ANIMAL SCENCE AND ANIMAL PRODUCTION.

(a). Department of Animal Breeding and Physiology.

Postgraduate Diploma (PGD) in Animal Breeding and Physiology; M.Sc. and Ph.D.
M.Sc. in:
I. Animal Breeding and Genetics.
2. Animal Physiology.
Ph.D in:
1. Animal Breeding and Physiology.
2. Animal Physiology.

(b). Department of Animal Nutrition and Forage Science.

Postgraduate Diploma (PGD) in Animal Nutrition and Forage Science; M.Sc. and Ph.D in:
I. Animal Nutrition and Biochemistry.
2. Forage Science and Range Management.

(c) Department of Animal Production and Livestock Management.

Postgraduate Diploma (PM) in Animal Production and Management; M.Sc. and Ph.D in:
1. Poultry Production.
2. Rabbit Production.
3. Swine Production.
4. Ruminant Production (Cattle, Sheep and Goat).

D. COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURAL AND SCIENCE EDUCATION.

(a) Postgraduate Diploma in Education (PGDE) full time
Qualifications:
1. Third class or pass degree in Education.
2. Holders of single Honours in Secondary Teaching subjects.
3. HND holders.
(b) M.ED and Ph .D Programmes in the following areas:

  1. Administration and Planning.
    2. Adult and Continuing Education.
    3. Guidance and Counselling.
    4. Measurement and Evaluation.
    5. Psychology.
    6. Curriculum studies.
    7. Biology Education.
    8. Chemistry Education.
    9. Computer Science Education.
    10. Integrated Science Education.
    11. Mathematics Education.
    12. Agricultural Education.
    13. Physics Education.
    14. Home Economics Education.

E. COLLEGE OF CROP AND SOIL SCIENCES.

(a). Department of Agronomy.

Postgraduate Diploma in Crop Production; M.Sc. and Ph.D in:
I. Crop Physiology and Production.
2. Plant Breeding and Genetics.

(b). Department of Plant Health Management.

Postgraduate Diploma (PGD) in Plant Health Management; M.Sc. in:
1. Plant Pathology.
2. Applied Entomology.
3. Weed Science.
Ph.D in:
1. Plant Pathology (Mycology).
2. Plant Pathology (Nematology).
3. Weed Science.
4. Applied Entomology.

(c). Department of Soil Science and Meteorology.

Postgraduate Diploma (PGD) in Soil Science and Meteorology; M.Sc. and Ph.D in
1. Soil Survey and Land Use Planning.
2. Soil Physics and Conservation.
3. Soil Fertility and Fertilizer Technology,
4. Soil Chemistry and Mineralogy.
*No Ph.D Programme in Soil Survey and land Use Planning.

F. COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING AND ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY

 

(a), Department Of Agricultural and Bio-resources Engineering.
Postgraduate Programmes in Agricultural and Bio-resources Engineering; M.Eng and Ph.D in:
1. Farm Power and Machinery,
2. Processing and Storage of Post Harvest Agricultural Materials.
., Soil, Water and Aquacultural Resources Engineering.

(b). Department of Mechanical Engineering.

Postgraduate Programmes in Mechanical Engineering;
M.Eng and Ph.D with options in:
1. Energy and Power Engineering.
2. Materials Mechanics.
3. Design and Production Engineering.
4. Industrial and System Engineering.
5. Oil and Gas Engineering.

G. COLLEGE OF NATURAL RESOURCES AND ENVIRONMNETAL MANAGEMENT.

(a) Department of Forestry and Environmental Management.

Postgraduate Diploma (PGD) in Forestry and Environmental Management;
M.Sc. and Ph.D in:
1. Forestry and Environmental Management,
2. Toxicology and Environmental Management.
3. Agroforestry.
4. Wood Technology and Industries.
5. Wildlife and Forest Resources Management.

(b). Department of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources Management.

Postgraduate Diploma (PGD) in Fisheries and Aquatic Resources Management;
M.Sc. and Ph.D in:
1. Fisheries and Hydrobiology.
2. Aquaculture.
3. Aquatic Pollution and Toxicology.

  1. COLLEGE OF MANAGEMENT SCIENCES.
    (a) Department of Accounting.

M.Sc. and Ph.D in Accounting

(b). Department of Banking and Finance.

M.sc and Ph.D in Banking and Finance

(c). Department of Marketing.

M.Sc. and Ph.D in Marketing

(d). Department of Human Resource Management.

M.Sc. and PhD in Human Resource Management

(e). Department of Business Administration.

M.Sc. and Ph.D in Business Administration

I. COLLEGE OF NATURAL SCIENCES.

(a). Department of Biochemistry.

M.Sc. and Ph.D in:
1. Biochemical Toxicology.
2. Nutritional Biochemistry.
3. Clinical Biochemistry.
4. Environmental Toxicology

(b). Department of Microbiology. M.Sc. and Ph.D in:

  1. Food Microbiology.
    2. Industrial Microbiology.
    3. Environmental Microbiology.
    M.Sc. in Medical Microbiology

(c). Department of Plant Science and Biotechnology.

M.Sc. and Ph.D in:
1. Plant Taxonomy and Biosystematics/ Cytogenetics.
2. Mycology.
3. Plant Physiology.

(d). Department of Zoology and Environmental Biology.

  1. M.Sc. and Ph.D in Parasitology.
    2. M.Sc. Entomology.
    3. M.Sc. Hydrobiology.

J. COLLEGE OF PHYSICAL AND APPLIED SCIENCES.

(a). Department of Chemistry.

M.Sc. and Ph.D in:
1. Analytical Chemistry.
2. Environmental Chemistry.
3. Physical Chemistry.
4. Organic Chemistry.
5. Inorganic Chemistry
*Inorganic Chemistry is available only at M.Sc. level

(b). Department of Mathematics

M.Sc and Ph.D in Pure and Applied Mathematics with specialization In the following area:

(a) Applied Mathematics

  1. Differential Equations
    2. Optimization.
    3. Numerical Analysis.
    4. Fluid Mechanics
    5. Mathematical Modeling.
    (b) Pure Mathematics
  2. Functional Analysis.
    2. Image Processing.
    3. Topology.
    4. Algebra.

(c). Department of Physics.

M.Sc. and Ph.D in:
1. Geophysics and
2. Engineering Physics.

(d). Department of Statistic & M.Sc. and Ph.D with options in:

1.. Time Series Analysis.
2. Econometrics.
3. Demography.

Admission Requirements For MOUAU Postgraduate Programmes

To be eligible for admission into a Postgraduate programme of the University, the candidate must possess five O’ Level credit passes in English Language, Mathematics and any other three relevant subjects at not more than two sittings.

  1. DIPLOMA (PGD)

To be eligible for admission into the PGD programme, candidates must be holders of Pass or Third Class Honours first degree in a relevant discipline from any University or holders of Higher National Diploma (HND) at minimum of Upper Credit level in a relevant discipline. For unclassified HND certificates, a CGPA of 3.50 (5-point scale) and 3.00 (4-point scale) or 60% shall be taken as equivalent to Upper Credit.

  1. MASTERS DEGREE (M.Sc.)

To be eligible for admission into the Michael Okpara Uni. Masters degree programme, candidates must.
1. Be graduates of Michael Okpara University of Agriculture Umudike or any other recognized universities by Senate and shall have obtained a first degree with at least Second Class Honours.
2. Possess a first degree with Third Class Honours from a recognized University and at least an Upper Credit at Postgraduate Diploma in a relevant field, or
3. Possess the Higher National Diploma (HND), with at least Upper Credit and Postgraduate Diploma in a rel evant field from a recognized institution, or
4. Any other certificate or qualification that may be acceptable to Senate.

  1. DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY DEGREE (Ph.D).

To be eligible for admission into the Doctor of Philosophy degree programme, a candidate shall have obtained a Master’s Degree which includes course work and research from this or its equivalent from any other University recognized by Senate in relevant disciplines, with Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) of at least 3.5 (5- point scale) or 3.00 (4- point scale).

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  1. Efiok Udosen says:

    Please when will the postgraduate forms be out for sales, and how much will it cost,for new intake ,I am eligible. Thank you.

  2. Umoh Umoh says:

    Please what are the options in Electrical Engineering Department?

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