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Bukalasa Agricultural College

Bukalasa Agricultural College was founded in 1920 as a Cotton Breeding Centre and since then, partly via mergers with other institutes, developed into the current institute that provides agricultural education in a broad range of fields. Since 1991 BAC is under the responsibility of the Ministry of Education and Sports. The college receives substantial funding from the Danish government for rehabilitation of the facilities en reviewing the curricula.
 
Mission
To produce competent professionals and practitioners with positive attitudes to engage in the delivery of quality services in Agricultural and agro-industrial development
 
Vision
An institution of impeccable reputation in the participatory development of the most relevant and gender-responsive knowledge, skills and attitudes contributing to qualitative leaps in the performance of the Agricultural Sector in Uganda
 
Curriculum
Since 2000, the college offers a two-year Diploma and Certificate course in:
  • Crop Production and Management
  • Animal Production and Management.
The curriculum is under review. It is the intention to include the more traditional courses in the new curriculum, including:
  • Dairy Science and Technology
  • Poultry Production and Management.
  • Horticulture
  • Floriculture
  • Leather Science and Technology
For Certificate level courses, a student must have passed "O" level with 6 passes and with at least credit passes in Biology or Agriculture, Geography and good passes in Mathematics and English.
 
For Diploma level courses, a student must have passed "A" level with at least a principle pass in Biology or Agriculture and subsidiary in Geography.

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