The following shall be eligible for admission into the MBA Oil and Gas Management Programme in the Department of Business Administration, School of Business, and Kenyatta University:
(a) A holder of at least Second Class honours (Upper Division), Bachelor of Science degree in the relevant field as stipulated by University Senate of Kenyatta university.
(b) A holder of at least Second Class honours (Upper Division), Bachelor of Science degree in the relevant field, from any other institution recognized by the University Senate as being of equivalent Academic status to (a) above.
(c) A holder of Second Class honours (Lower Division), Bachelor of Science degree in the relevant field or from any other institution, which is recognized by the University Senate as being of equivalent academic status and who in addition must show proof of either two years relevant experience and professional development or academic advancement through research and publication since graduation with the bachelors degree or a postgraduate Diploma in the relevant field.
(d) A holder of other qualifications recognized by University Senates as being equivalent to (a), (b), and (c).
Duration and Structure
The duration for the MBA Oil and Gas Management shall be two years (24 months) where the candidates will do course work, examination and submit a Project for examination.
No candidate for the degree of MBA (Oil and Gas Management) in the Department of department of Business Administration shall not be registered as a student for more than twenty-four (24) calendar months without submitting his/her dissertation project work, except by permission of the Board of Postgraduate Studies (BPS).
The MBA (Oil and Gas Management) Programme shall be done through course-work, examination and Research project guided by supervisors approved by BPS and submission of a Project Dissertation. In the course of the project research, candidates shall be required to participate in seminars and present their research progress reports.
Students are required to take a total of sixteen (16) taught units and a research project equivalent to 4 taught units making a total of 20 units by the end of the programme
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To qualify for admission to this programme, candidates must meet the following minimum requirements:
First degree from Kenyatta University or any other recognized Institution.
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In addition the applicants must have first class or second upper division
Those with second class lower division should have two years’ working experience
Duration and Pattern
i. The M & E programme is designed to take 2 academic years
ii. The Programme consists of a total of eighteen (18) units comprising of course work (14 units) and project (4 units).
iii. Students will take a maximum of five (5) and minimum of four (4) coursework units per semester.
iv. Students shall embark on the project upon completion of the coursework.
Examination and Regulations
i. Students enrolled for the Masters of Monitoring and Evaluation degree programme will be expected to take written examinations on all taught units.
ii. University examinations shall be given at the end of each semester and shall contribute sixty (60) percent of the total marks; continuous assessment shall constitute the remaining forty (40) percent.
iii. All examination papers shall be of 3-hour duration.
iv. The pass mark for all units shall be 50%.
v. A candidate who fails more than two units in the end of semester University examination in any one-semester shall be discontinued.
vi. For the purposes of evaluation, a research project shall be regarded as equivalent to four (4) units and shall be examined at the end of the fourth semester.
The learner is required to do a total of eighteen (18) units, Fourteen (14) taught units and a project equivalent to four (4) units. The structure of the programme is shown below.
On successful completion of the course a candidate will be awarded a Master of Monitoring and Evaluation Degree.
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A holder of at least an upper second class honors Bachelor of Commerce degree or its equivalent of Kenyatta University or of any other recognized university.
A holder of a lower second class Bachelor of Commerce degree or its equivalent of Kenyatta University or of any other recognized university with proven ability in research.
Duration and Pattern
The programme of study for the MSc (Human Resource Management) & MSc. (Entrepreneurship) degree consists of coursework, examination and thesis.
The programme is offered in two modes, full-time and part-time with students in both modes being required to take a total of twenty (20) units by the end of the programme.
In the first year of study, a student takes ten (10) core units and any two (2) of approved electives. Such electives may also be taken from the approved list of units from the other programmes within the school.
In the second year of study, a student will concentrate on research work and submit a thesis which is equivalent to 8 units.
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Why this course?
Our MSc in Entrepreneurship is a highly practical, career-focused programme that addresses the global demand for talented entrepreneurs and those working for and managing entrepreneurial ventures.
The students learn how to transform theoretical concepts in entrepreneurship into viable practical business ventures with the aim of promoting innovation and creating employment.
By the end of the programme students will possess knowledge, skills and abilities that introduce best entrepreneurial practices and entrepreneurial strategy to businesses. The students will have opportunity to interact with experts in various fields, and successful entrepreneurs at the innovation centre located in the university.
General structure of the Masters Programme
The programme of study for the MSc (Entrepreneurship) degree is by coursework, examination and thesis. The programme is offered in two modes, full-time and part-time with students in both modes being required to take a total of twenty (20) units by the end of the programme. In the first year of study, a student is required to take twelve (12) core units. In the second year of study, a student will concentrate on research work and submit a thesis. The thesis is equivalent to eight (8) units.
Master of Science in Entrepreneurship graduates will be well suited to find employment in a variety of exciting roles both in the country and around the globe. This may involve:
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The following shall be eligible for admission into BHRM programme.
i. Mean grade of KCSE C+ or equivalent with at least C in Mathematics and English.
ii. A-Level certificate with 2 principal passes and a credit pass in Mathematics at ‘O’ Level
iii. Degree from a recognized university.
iv. Mean grade of C (plain) at KCSE and C (plain) in Mathematics and English plus a Diploma in Human Resource Management and/or a diploma relevant to disciplines in business from an institution recognized by Kenyatta University Senate.
v. Mean grade of C- (C Minus) at KCSE plus a certificate and a diploma in Human resource management and/or a certificate and diploma relevant to disciplines in business from an institution recognized by Kenyatta University Senate.
Programme Structure and Duration
i. The Programme shall take a minimum of three years and a maximum of four years for fulltime students.
ii. The Programme shall take a minimum of four years and maximum of six years for part time students.
iii. The Programme consists of a total of forty nine (49) units.
iv. Students are expected to take seven units the first semester, first year and six units in the other consecutive semesters.
v. Students will take a maximum of seven (7) and minimum of three (3) coursework units per semester.
The final written examinations will constitute 70% of the total marks while the continuous assessment tests (CATS) and assignments will constitute 30%. Pass mark for all units shall be 40%. Research projects and field attachments shall be assessed out of 100%. The final classification of the diploma will be based on all the eighteen (18) units taken during the programme. The total score will be based on cumulative score average to arrive at the following final classification: 70% up to 100 (Distinction), 60% - 69% (Credit One), 50 % - 59% (Credit Two), 40% - 49% (Pass). A candidate who fails in any course shall be allowed to re-sit the unit when it is next on offer. A candidate can only have three re-sits per unit. A candidate who fails in all the units offered in a semester shall be discontinued.
The certificate to be awarded is designated: Bachelor of Human Resource Management (BHRM)
Units Codes and Titles
UCU 100: Communication Skills
UCU 101: Development Studies/ UCU 106: Ethics, Citizenship & Diversity
UCU 103: Critical Thinking
BBA 100: Business Studies
BBA 101: Business Law I
BBA 102: Principles of Management
BAC 100: Fundamentals of Accounting I
ASC 100: Introduction to Sociology
BHM 110: Motivation and Stress Management
EPS 100: Introduction to Psychology
BHM 111: Career Guidance and Management
BHM 113: Human Resource Computer Interaction
BHM 114: Business Ethics
BBA 200: Organization Behaviour
APS 203: Cross-Cultural Psychology
BHM 221: HR Policy Analysis and Management
BHM 222: Organization Development
BHM 223: Organisational Learning and Innovation
BHM 224: Human Resource Planning and Job Analysis
BHM 225: Conflict Management
BHM 226: Pensions Management
BHM 227: Corporate Governance in Human Resource Management
BHM 228: Leadership Development and Management
BHM 229: Labour Laws
BMS 202: Risk Management
BHM 301: Human Resource Management I
BHM 324: Human Resource Information Systems
BHM 308: Human Resource Management II
BHM 309: Employee Training and Development
BBA 311: Business Communication
BBA 312: Office Management
BHM 314: Public Relations
BHM 320: Recruitment and Staffing
BHM 322: Work and Reward
BHM 323: Performance Management
BSU 305: Research Methods
BBA 300: Organization Theory
HRS 448: Managing Diverse Work Force
BHM 447: Strategic Human Resource Management
BHM 406: Industrial and Labour Relations
BHM 420: Contemporary Issues in human resource management
BHM 408: Employee Counselling and Crisis Management
BBA 410: Total Quality Management
BHM 422: Industrial Psychology
BHM 421: Occupational Health, Safety and welfare
BHM 423: Sociology of Work Management and Employment
BHM 446: International Human Resource Management
BHM 401: Change Management
BHM 450: Industrial practicum
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