BUAN Management, Students Clash

Botswana University of Agriculture and Natural Resources (BUAN) management had a tough time dealing with irate students.

Students of the agricultural school last week held peaceful demonstrations in protest of unaccredited courses that include four-year degree programmes the university offer.

First year students were told to enroll for Bachelor of Science first and promised that when they complete the programme other curriculums or courses would later be accredited. The courses or programmes are BSC mathematical science, BSC wildlife management and BSC bio diversity.

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