Welcome to the School of Agriculture and Enterprise Development (SAED), one of the youngest but fast growing Schools in the University, having been established four years ago to offer unique training in agriculture with emphasizes on agriculture as a business. 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 resource management.
The school has three Departments; Agricultural Resources Management (ARM), Agricultural Science and Technology (AST) and Agribusiness Management and Trade (ABMT) under which seven Bachelor of Science Programmes are offered.
Last Updated on Friday, 16 January 2015 11:17
Kenyatta University-AGRA International Conference on building a new generation of agricultural scientists was held on 1st- 5th December, 2014 at Kenyatta University, Nairobi, Kenya.The conference was organized by the School of Agriculture and Enterprise Development,Kenyatta University. The theme of the conference was "Bridging the gap between Society,Science and Industry".......Read More....
The School of Agriculture and Enterprise Development has established a farm on a land area of 11.5 acres situated across Thika Superhighway from Kenyatta University Main Campus. It is a mixed farm having both crops and animals. Read More..........
Maximum quality studies and excellence which blossoms from lab practices, field academic tours and great lecturers, who practically teach agriculture as an enterprise. The school has met my expectations and guided my career path and led me towards realization of my dreams as a professional agriculturalist.
I’m thankful to God who allowed me to pursue my MSc at KU and gain such tremendous knowledge in ISFM. I was able to teach at the National University of Rwanda (Faculty of Agriculture) and at the High Institute of Agriculture and Animal husbandry before joining the World Agroforestry Centre (ICRAF) in 2013. I will now be pursuing my PhD in Agroforestry at Wageningen University (The Netherlands). I appreciate the contribution of my lectures from ARM who have turned me into a fellow.