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Sokoine University of Agriculture is a university in Tanzania, specializing in agriculture.


Sokoine University of Agriculture was established on the 1st July, 1984 by Parliamentary Act No. 6 of the same year.

It is located at 3.0 km from the centre of Morogoro Municipality, which is about 200km west of Dar es Salaam.

The University is currently made up of four campuses and one constituent college.

The campuses are: the Main Campus and Solomon Mahlangu Campus in Morogoro, the Olmotonyi Campus in Arusha, and the Mazumbai Campus in Lushoto.

The constituent college, known as Moshi University College of Cooperative and Business Studies (MUCCoBS) is located in Moshi municipality.

SUA has four mandates: training, research, consultancy and outreach. SUA offers training that lead to awards of certificates, diplomas, bachelors, masters, and doctorates.

Non-degree programmes offered by SUA include Diploma in Information and Library Science, Diploma in Records, Archives and Information Management, Diploma in Animal Health and Production, Diploma in Laboratory Technology.

SUA trains students at undergraduate level leading to degree awards in BSc. Agriculture General, BSc. Agronomy, BSc. Human Nutrition, BSc. Food Science and Technology, BSc. Horticulture, BSc. Applied Agricultural Extension, BSc. Agriculture Economics and Agribusiness, BSc. Aquaculture, BSc. Range Management, BSc. Animal Science, BSc. Agricultural Engineering, BSc. Forestry, BSc. Wildlife Management, Bachelor of Tourism Management, Bachelor of Veterinary Medicine, BSc. Biotechnology and Laboratory Sciences, BSc. Environmental Sciences and Management, BSc. Education (Chemistry & Biology; Chemistry & Mathematics; Geography & Biology; Geography & Mathematics and Informatics & Mathematics options), BSc. Informatics, Bachelor of Rural Development, BSc. Agricultural Education, Bachelor of Family & Consumer Sciences, BSc. Irrigation and Water Resources and BSc. Bio-process and Post-harvest Engineering.


Furthermore, SUA offers the following masters degree programmes;

MSc. Agricultural Economics,

MBA (Agribusiness),

Master in Applied Agricultural Economics,

MBA (Evening Programme),

MSc. Agricultural Education and Extension,

MSc. Agricultural Engineering,

MSc. Irrigation Engineering and Management,

MSc. Land Use Planning and Management,

MSc. Crop Science,

MSc. Soil Science and Land Management,

MSc. Tropical Animal Production, MSc. Food Science,

MSc. Human Nutrition,

MSc. Forestry,

Master of Natural Resources for Sustainable Agriculture,

MSc. Wildlife Management,

Master of Veterinary Medicine,

MSc. Comparative Animal Physiology,

MSc. Biochemistry,

MSc. Clinical Chemistry,

MSc. Pharmacology, MSc. in Applied Toxicology,

MSc. Anatomy,

Master of Applied Cell Biology,

MSc. Veterinary Pathology, MSc. Clinical Pathology,

MSc. Applied Microbiology,

MSc. Molecular Biology and Biotechnology,

MSc. Parasitology,

Master of Preventive Veterinary Medicine,

MSc. Public Health and Food Safety,

MSc. Epidemiology,

MSc. Veterinary Surgery,

MSc. Applied Veterinary Anesthesiology,

MSc. Animal Reproduction and Biotechnology MSc. One Health Molecular Biology and Master of Rural Development.

The University offers PhD programmes by research in various areas of specialization and PhD by coursework and Research in Soil and Water Management.

The Institute of Continuing Education (ICE) in collaboration with faculties, centers and other institutes offers short-term in-service programmes to field and operational staff as well as training and extension services to farmers and community leaders. It also coordinates outreach programmes.

SUA’s main research objective is to provide leadership in basic and applied research in order to generate science evidence knowledge and innovations that respond to contemporary and emerging needs.

SUA thus emphasizes that research becomes linked to development and societal issues.

Research, outreach and consultancy services are driven by trained agricultural and natural resource manpower base that comprises 486 academic staff, out which more than 50% are PhD holders.

Research capacity at SUA is further enhanced through collaborative research projects, which are supported by more than 50 memoranda of understanding.

Sokoine University of Agriculture offers consultancy and outreach services in areas such as agriculture, forestry, natural resource management, veterinary, rural development, information and communication technology.

SUA's facilities include lecture theaters used for lectures; research laboratories for research and training.

SUA hosts the National Agricultural Library (SNAL) which is the University Library and it provides information resources in print and electronic format.

Furthermore, it has the Computer Centre which provides a wide range of information and communication technology (ICT) services and state-of-the-art networking environment to support teaching, learning, research and administrative activities of all students and staff of the University.

In addition, Sokoine University of Agriculture has 2,300ha farm which is used for training, research and demonstration. For more information contact:

Office of the Vice Chancellor.

Sokoine University of Agriculture,

P.O. Box 3000 Chuo Kikuu, Morogoro

Tel. + 255 23 260 46514523/260 3511-4.

Fax: + 255 23 260 4651

Telefax: + 255 23 260 4651


Other Universities and Colleges in Tanzania

Ardhi University Tanzania › | Hubert Memorial University Tanzania › | International Medical and Technological › | Sebastian Kolowa University College Tanzania › | Moshi University College of Co-operatives and Business › | Dar es Salaam University of Education › | Mount Meru University Tanzania › | Muhimbili University of Health and Allied › | Open University Tanzania › | Muslim University of Morogoro Tanzania › | Ruaha University College › | St Augustine University of Tanzania › | Kilimanjaro Christian College › | Teofilo Kisanji University Tanzania › | University of Dodoma Tanzania › |
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