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UDS Postgraduate Programmes

Regular (Fulltime) UDS Postgraduate Programmes

UDS Postgraduate Programmes

The following graduate programmes (Regular) would be offered by the University for the 2021/2022 academic year:

NYANKPALA CAMPUS

a.    Faculty of Agriculture, Food and Consumer Sciences

  • M.Sc./M.Phil./Ph.D. in Post Harvest Technology
  • M.Sc./M.Phil./Ph.D. in Soil &Water Conservation & Management
  • M.Sc./M.Phil./Ph.D. in Animal Science (Options: Meat Science, Nutrition, Breeding and Genetics, & Production)
  • M.Sc./M.Phil./Ph.D. in Crop Science (options: Agronomy, Crop Physiology, Crop Protection, Plant Pathology, & Weed Science)
  • M.Sc./M.Phil./Ph.D. in Horticulture (options: Postharvest Physiology, Postharvest Technology, Olericulture, Pomology, Seed Technology, Landscape Design and Floriculture).
  • M.Sc./M.Phil./Ph.D. in Innovation Communication
  • M.Sc./M.Phil./Ph.D. in Agricultural Economics
  • M.Sc./M.Phil. Agricultural Project Management
  • M.Sc./M.Phil. in Agribusiness
  • M.Sc./M.Phil./Ph.D. in Climate Change


b.    Faculty of Environment and Natural Resources

MSc/MPhil/PhD Environmental Management and Sustainability

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c.    Faculty of Biosciences

  • MPhil. in Fisheries
  • M.Sc./M.Phil./Ph.D. in Biotechnology

d.    School of Engineering

Master and Doctoral Research Programmes in Irrigation and Drainage Engineering

TAMALE CAMPUS

a.    School of Allied Health Sciences

  • MSc. Public Health Nutrition (PHN) – Modular
  • M.Phil. in Public Health Nutrition (PHN) – Modular
  • MPhil./PhD Chemical Pathology

The MSc/MPhil. PHN programme aims to produce a cadre of practitioners and health professionals for teaching and research in academic institutions and for positions of professional leadership in health and health-related agencies where research is an important function. The MSc/MPhil. PHN graduates will be equipped to advocate better health through diet and nutrition, promote health and reduce the risk of diet-related diseases through educational and environmental approaches to improve nutrition and physical activity.
The MSc. programme covers 16 months duration whilst the MPhil. takes two (2) academic years to complete.

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The MPhil Chemical Pathology programme is full-time and takes two (2) academic years to complete.


b.    School of Public Health

  • Master of Public Health (MPH) (with options)programme is full-time and takes two (2) academic years to complete
  • Master of Public Health (MPH)in Maternal and Child Healthprogramme is full time and takes two (2) academic years
  • Master of Public Health (MPH) in Environmental Health Sciencesprogramme is full time and takes two (2) academic years
  • Master of Science (MSc) in Community Disaster Resilience Studiesprogramme is full time and takes two (2) academic years
  • Master of Science (MSc) or Master of Philosophy (MPhil) in Community Health and Development

c.    School of Medicine and Health Sciences

  • MPhil/PhD Infectious Diseases
  • Master of Health Professionals Education

The MPH programme is full-time and takes two (2) academic years to complete.


d.    Faculty of Education

  • MPhil. in Training and Development
  • MPhil. in Agriculture Education
  • MPhil Special Education
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e.    Faculty of Sustainable Development

  • MSc/MPhil Development Education Studies

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