Our key programme objective is to develop, through excellence in teaching and research, the skills and competencies necessary for meeting the professional needs of society, particularly those of teachers and health-, media-, information- and language specialists, and also of translators, managers, environmentalists, social workers, religious leaders and professionals in cultural expression and the arts. The Faculty, founded in 1996, has its headquarters at Neudamm Campus, approximately 40 km from the main UNAM campus in Windhoek. The Faculty aim is to promote sustainable agriculture and natural resources development and management in Namibia, through teaching, research and extension services to communal and commercial farming communities. After spending their 1st year in the Faculty of Science in the Windhoek Campus of UNAM, B.Sc. students in both Agriculture and Natural Resources and Conservation spend their 2nd Year at the Neudamm Campus. Specialisation in Agriculture start in the third year whereby the students choosing Crop Science go north to the Ogongo campus while those in Agricultural Economics & Extension, Animal Science and Food Science & Technology specializations remain at Neudamm. The Natural Resources and Conservation courses (Fisheries and Marine Science Option) currently return to the Windhoek Campus from 3rd year. However It is planned that there will be a Fisheries campus at the coast where the Fisheries and Marine Science option of Natural Resources and Conservation will be offered. Faculty Activities are coordinated at the Neudamm Campus. The National Diploma in Agriculture is offered at both Neudamm and Ogongo, coordinated by the Ministry of Agriculture, Water and Rural Development. The National Diploma in Forestry is offered at Ogongo. The Ogongo Campus, 50 km from Oshakati, is one of the most technologically advanced facilities in Northern Namibia.
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Mr. E. Nowaseb
Tel: ++264-61-206-3363 / 3890
Fax: ++264-61-206-3013 / 206-4027