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Welcome to the School of Agriculture and Enterprise Development (SAED), one of the youngest but fast growing Schools in the University. The School of Agriculture and Enterprise Development (SAED) was established in December, 2007 to offer unique training in agriculture (including livestock production) with emphasis on agriculture as business and enhancement of Agriculture value chain in line with the objectives of the National Vision 2030, the Millennium Development Goals and other relevant policy documents. Through this webpage we hope to give you a virtual tour of the academic programs we are currently offering in the school and students experience. Our current thrust is to prepare competent future leaders in agricultural sciences, agribusiness and agricultural resvource management.
The School has four Departments; Agricultural Resources Management (ARM), Agricultural Science and Technology (AST), Agribusiness Management and Trade (ABMT) and Animal Sciences (AS) under which seven (7) Bachelor of Science Programmes, eleven (11) MSc, and thirteen (13) Doctoral programmes are currently offered.
Last Updated on Monday, 15 August 2016 06:24
On 25 th July, 2016, the School of Agriculture and Enterprise Development was recognized and accredited by.... Read More.......
Agriculture can’t be learned solely from a textbook. Our 80-acre Kenyatta University Teaching & Research Farm Unit, more commonly known as the K.U Farm, is so important to our educational programs. Read More..........
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