The history of the School of Engineering and Technology has its roots in the Appropriate Technology Centre (ATC), which was created in the early 1980’s to demonstrate the application of physics in solving day-to-day problems in the rural and urban areas of Kenya using locally available resources. The centre was later upgraded and became a Department of Appropriate Technology (DAT) between 1985-2002.
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On Friday 23rd May 2014, the School of Engineering and Technology hosted a Stakeholders' Workshop to discuss two programmes, namely Aerospace Engineering which is new and Energy Engineering which was being revised.Read More
Workshop on GIS Applications in Hydrology and Water Resources Management:17th – 21st of Feb. 2014 .Read More...
The first Kenyan-Austrian University Cooperation meeting was recently held at the KUCC of Kenyatta University on November the 7th 2013. Read More
6th International Conference on Appropriate Technology.Submit your Abstract to the 6th ICAT.
Dates:Nov. 25-29,2014.Read More.
Having completed my first year studies pursuing BSc Civil engineering in Kenyatta University I have experienced growth in all dimensions of life. This can be attributed to the opportunities the school of engineering presents to its students. Read More....
As a 5th year Mechanical Engineering student, I’m grateful for the large knowledge base and professional environment in the school of Engineering. Read More..
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