Agricultural Extension and Rural sociology Department at a glance

The Agricultural Extension and Rural sociology Department looks forward to preparing a graduate with a Bachelor’s degree in agricultural sciences to be able to plan economically, socially, culturally and healthily, and to keep pace with the renewed needs of the labor market in a changing world in which the graduate is characterized by the knowledge, mental and technical skills that make them eligible to compete with Others have the opportunity to find suitable work internally or externally. The department believes that it is necessary to rely on the concepts of integrated development and work to enrich community participation and change trends, and rely on field scientific research related to the reality and the surrounding circumstances. Facing fresh graduates, small farmers, and investors by transferring and disseminating scientific research results based on their actual needs.