SANR-CUIB offers an integrated program in Agriculture crowned by a Bachelor of Science in Agriculture. The duration of the program is four years including Freshmen (year one), Sophomore (year two), Junior (year three and Senior (year four).
A total of 234 core credits and 30 electives courses are required for graduation cutting across Agronomy and crop production, Animal Science and production, Food Science and Agribusiness and Extension. During their training, Students in SANR do not only acquire skills through theory but a high level blend with laboratory practicals, hands on application, through work placements in industries, farm practice, field visits, individual student projects and a strong emphasis on their spiritual and moral well-being.
Internships and Industrial placements are facilitated via MOUs with Renowned industries and National Research Centers among which, IRAD-Cameroon (Institut de la Recherche Agricole pour le Development), and CDC (Cameroon Development Corporation) to named a few. At the end of the fourth year, each student defends and submits a report from a Senior-year project on a research topic in a particular field of interest.