The requirements for undertaking the University of the Free State (UFS) Animal, Wildlife and Grassland Sciences.
The University of the Free State (UFS) Department of Animal, Wildlife, and Grassland Sciences focuses on four disciplines, namely:
The production systems of a variety of livestock species (cattle, sheep, goats, pigs, poultry), ranging from intensive to extensive, are placed under scrutiny. The total spectrum from communal, small-scale to commercial and stud units, is covered.
The fourth discipline, Grassland Science, involves the study of all aspects regarding the utilisation, conservation, and improvement of rangeland and cultivated pastures – in harmony with animal production.
Grassland Science is also committed to the conservation of the environment, and in this respect the Wildlife discipline contributes to the efficient utilisation of the grazing ecosystem. The aim of training and research is eventually the optimal production of animal protein and fibre, whilst maintaining natural resources. The interaction between the various disciplines creates endless opportunities in the fields of Animal, Wildlife and Grassland Sciences.
Bachelor of Agriculture majoring in Animal Production Management
Bachelor of Agriculture majoring in Mixed Farming Management
Bachelor of Agriculture majoring in Wildlife Management
Bachelor of Science in Agriculture majoring in Rangeland and Wildlife Ecology
Bachelor of Science in Agriculture majoring in Animal Sciences
Bachelor of Science in Agriculture majoring in Grassland Science
Bachelor of Science in Agriculture majoring in Wildlife Production
Admission requirements: Bachelor of Science in Agriculture
- Admission Point 32
- Mathematics 60% WITH TWO of the following subjects:
- Physical Sciences 60%
- Life Sciences 60%
- Agricultural Sciences 60%
Admission requirements: Bachelor of Agriculture
- Admission Point 30
- Mathematics 40% OR
- Mathematical Literacy 80% (IF Admission point is 31 and above)
However, if you meet the requirements and wish to apply to study this course. You can simply check the application processes.