FUNAAB Postgraduate Courses And Requirements

Want to see the full list of FUNAAB Postgraduate Courses? The administration of the Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta, has shared the list of FUNAAB postgraduate courses available at the institution.

Each program, whether full-time or part-time, has specific admission requirements, and while there are variations, there are fundamental compulsory entry prerequisites for prospective candidates during the application and registration processes.

Upon completing their undergraduate studies, individuals aspiring to pursue postgraduate education at FUNAAB often have questions about the available courses, admission requirements for PGD or Master’s programs, and occasionally inquire about Ph.D. admission requirements. To address these questions comprehensively, we have compiled a detailed list of Postgraduate Courses offered at the Federal University of Agriculture Abeokuta, and their admission requirements.

Duration of Postgraduate Courses at Federal University of Agriculture Abeokuta

– Full-time Master’s degree program: 4–6 semesters
– Part-Time Masters Degree Program: 6 – 8 Semesters
– Ph.D. Full-Time Program: Minimum of six (6) semesters and a maximum of ten (10) semesters
– Ph.D. Part-Time Program: Minimum of eight (8) semesters and a maximum of twelve (12) semesters
– Postgraduate Diploma Program (PGD) Full-Time: Minimum of two (2) semesters and a maximum of four semesters
– Postgraduate Diploma Program (PGD) Part-Time: Minimum of four (4) semesters and a maximum of six (6) semesters

Federal University of Agriculture Abeokuta Postgraduate Courses

Department of Agricultural Economics and Farm Management:

– M.Sc., Agricultural Economics (Professional)-Weekend
– M. Agric.& Ph.D., Agricultural Economics, with options in:
– Agribusiness Management and Finance
– Agricultural Development and Policy Analysis
– Agricultural Marketing and International Trade
– Consumer Welfare and Food Economics
– Cooperative Development
– Environmental and Resource Economics
– Production Economics and Farm Management
– Master’s in Business Administration (Weekend)

Department of Agricultural Extension and Rural Development:

– PGD (Weekend)
– Agricultural Extension and Rural Development
– Gender Development Studies
– M.Sc. (Professional)-Weekend
– Rural Sociology and Community Development
– Gender Development Studies
– Agric. & Ph.D.
– Agricultural Extension and Innovation Studies
– Agriculture and Rural Development Studies
– Agricultural Communication
– Agricultural Extension System Management
– Subject Matter Extension

Department of Communication and General Studies:

– Communication Studies
– Peace and Strategic Studies
– Professional Ethics
– Library and Information Studies
– M.Sc. (Professional) PMCS Weekend
– Communication Studies
– Security and Intelligence Studies
– Peace and Strategic Studies
– M.Sc. (Academic)
– Communication Studies
– Peace and Strategic Studies
– Professional Ethics
– Library and Information Studies
– Security and Intelligence Studies
– Ph.D, Communication Studies

College of Animal Science and Livestock Production (COLANIM):

– Department of Animal Breeding and Genetics (M.Agric. and Ph.D.)
– Animal Biotechnology
– Animal Breeding and Genetics
– Poultry Breeding, Artificial Insemination and Hatchery Management

Department of Animal Nutrition (M.Agric. and Ph.D.):
– Monogastric Animal Nutrition
– Ruminant Animal Nutrition
– Livestock Feed Resources

Department of Animal Production and Health (M.Agric. and Ph.D.):

– Ruminant Production
– Non-Ruminant Production
– Livestock System
– Small Ruminant Production
– Beef and Dairy Cattle Production
– Meat Processing and Packaging
– Poultry Production
– Pig Production
– Rabbit Production

Department of Animal Physiology (M.Agric. and Ph.D.):
– Animal Physiology

Department of Pasture and Range Management (M.Agric. and Ph.D.):

– Pasture Production and Management
– Range Management.
– Pasture Production

College of Engineering (COLENG):
– Department of Agricultural Engineering (M.Eng. and Ph.D.)
– Farm Power and Machinery
– Soil and Water Engineering
– Processing and Storage Engineering
– Agricultural Engineering
– Department of Civil Engineering (M.Eng and Ph.D)
– Highway & Traffic Engineering
– Structural Engineering
– Water Resources & Environmental Engineering.
– Department of Electrical/Electronics Engineering Ph.D Only
– Electrical/Electronics Engineering
– Department of Mechanical Engineering (Ph.D only)
– Thermo-fluids
– Industrial Engineering
– Materials Engineering
– Production Engineering

College of Environmental Resources Management (COLERM):

– Department of Aquaculture and Fisheries Management (MAF and Ph.D)
– Aquaculture
– Fish Nutrition
– Fish Pathology
– Fisheries Management
– Aquaculture and Fisheries Management.
– Nutrition & Fisheries Management.
– Department of Environmental Management and Toxicology
– MEMP (Academics)
– Environmental Management and Protection
– MEM (Professional) Weekend (PT)
– Environmental Management

– Environmental Management
– Environmental Toxicology
– Department of Forestry and Wildlife Management (M.F. and Ph.D)
– Agro-Forestry
– Forest Ecology and Conservation
– Forestry Biometric & Remote Sensing
– Forestry Economics and Management
– (MWM and Ph.D.)
– Wildlife Domestication and Production
– Wildlife Management
– Wildlife Park Planning & Recreational Development.
– (MWS and Ph.D)
– Pulps and Paper.
– Wood Protection & Utilization
– (Ph.D Only)
– Forest Operations
– Department of Water Resources Management (M.Sc. and Ph.D)
– Agro-meteorology
– Water Resources Management
– Agro-hydrology
– Water Security and Safety Management
– Hydro-meteorology
– Climate Change and Food Security

College of Food Science and Human Ecology (COLFHEC):

– Department of Food Science and Technology (M.Sc. and Ph.D)
– Food Quality Control & Assurance
– Food Process Engineering
– Food Microbiology & Biotechnology
– Food Processing & Storage Technology
– Department of Nutrition and Dietetics (Ph.D)
– Nutrition & Dietetics
– Department of Home Science and Management (M.Sc. and Ph.D)
– Clothing and Textile (PhD only)
– Human Development and Family Studies ((M.Sc and Ph.D.)

College of Biosciences (COLBIOS):

– Department of Biochemistry (Ph.D and M.Sc)
– Biochemistry
– Department of Pure and Applied Botany (M.Sc and Ph.D)
– Botany (Plant Physiology)
– Botany (Plant Taxonomy)
– Botany (Cytology & Cytogenetics)
– Botany (Plant Pathology)
– Botany (Plant Anatomy)
– Department of Pure & Applied Zoology (M.Sc and Ph.D)
– Zoology (Animal Physiology)
– Zoology (Entomology)
– Zoology (Parasitology)
– Department of Microbiology (M.Sc and Ph.D)
– Environmental Microbiology
– Food & Industrial Microbiology
– Medical Microbiology & Public Health.
– Agricultural Microbiology & Biotechnology

College of Physical Sciences (COLPHYS):

– Department of Computer Science (M.Sc, Ph.D and PGD)
– Computer Science
– MICT (Weekend)
– Masters in Information and Communication Technology
– Department of Mathematics Ph.D only
– Fluid Mechanics
– Algebra (Loop Theory, Fuzzy Logic)
– Ordinary Differential Equations
– Optimization Theory
– Mathematical Analysis
– Department of Physics (M.Sc and Ph.D)
– Environmental Physics
– Radiation and Health Physics
– Condensed Matter Physics
– Solid Earth Physics/Geophysics
– Theoretical Physics
– Department of Statistics (M.Sc and Ph.D)
– Statistics
– Applied Statistics
– Biometry
– PGD Part-Time(Weekend only)
– Statistics

College of Plant Science and Crop Production (COLPLANT):

– Department of Crop Protection (M.Agric and Ph.D)
– Crop Protection (Entomology)
– Crop Protection (Nematology)
– Crop Protection (Pathology)
– Crop Protection Technology
– Department of Horticulture (M.Agric and Ph.D)
– Horticulture & Land Management
– Horticulture
– Department of Plant Breeding and Seed Technology (M.Agric and Ph.D)
– Plant Breeding
– Seed Science and Technology
– Plant Breeding and Seed Technology
– Department of Plant Physiology and Crop Production (M.Agric. and Ph.D)
– Crop Physiology
– Crop Production
– Weed Science
– Crop Production Technology (PGD)
– PGD Soil and Land Management (M.Agric and Ph.D)
– Soil Chemistry
– Soil Physics
– Soil Fertility
– Soil Mineralogy
– Soil Conservation & Management
– Soil Microbiology & Biochemistry
– Pedology
– Environmental Soil Science
– Land Use Planning & Management
– Soil Management and Land Use Planning

College of Veterinary Medicine (COLVET) (M.Sc., M.VSc and Ph.D)

– Department of Veterinary Medicine & Surgery (MVSc& PhD.)
– Veterinary Medicine
– Veterinary Surgery
– Department of Veterinary Health &Reproduction (MVSc& PhD.)
– Veterinary Public Health & Preventive Medicine
– Veterinary Theriogenology
– Department of Veterinary Pathology (MVSc& PhD.)
– (i) Veterinary Pathology
– Department of Veterinary Microbiology & Parasitology (M.Sc, MVSc& PhD.)
– Veterinary Microbiology
– Veterinary Parasitology
– Department of Veterinary Anatomy (M.Sc,& PhD.)
– Veterinary Anatomy
– Department of Veterinary Physiology & Pharmacology (M.Sc,& PhD.)
– Veterinary Physiology
– Veterinary Pharmacology
– Veterinary Biochemistry

We trust that the provided information proves beneficial to you. If you have any further queries or require additional clarification regarding FUNAAB PG courses, please feel free to pose your questions in the comments section.