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Courses Offered at the University Of Nairobi

Saturday, 5 March 2016 /
The following is a comprehensive list of undergraduate degree programmes offered at the University of Nairobi.

Programmes in Agriculture and Veterinary Sciences

  1. ( Food Science & Technology)
  2. ( Agriculture,education And Extension)
  3. (agribusiness Management)
  4. (food Science, Nutrition & Dietetics)
  5. Climate Change & Development
  6. Bachelor Of Science In Agribusiness Management
  7. Bsc.agricultural Economics
  8. Bsc.agricultural Education And Extension
  9. Bachelor Of Science In Agriculture(animal Science Major)
  10. Bachelor Of Science Fisheries And Aquaculture Management

  11. Bachelor Of Science In Wildlife Management And Conservation
  12. Bsc Food Science And Technology
  13. Bsc Food Nutrition And Dietetics
  14. (agriculture)
  15. ( Range Management)
  16. Bsc. Management Of Agroecosystems & Environment
  17. Bachelor Of Science In Horticulture
  18. (bio-medical Technology)
  19. Bachelor Of Science In Wildlife Management
  20. Bachelor Of Veterinary Medicine
  21. Bsc. In Wildlife Management And Conservation

SEE ALSO: Courses offered at Egerton University

Bachelor Programmes in Biological and Physical Sciences

  1. Bachelor Of Science In Environmental Chemistry
  2. Bachelor Of Science In Analytical Chemistry
  3. Industrial Chemistry
  4. Chemistry
  5. Bachelor Of Science In Petroleum Geoscience
  6. Bachelor Of Science In Actuarial Science
  7. Bachelor Of Science In Mathematics
  8. Bachelor Of Science In Statistics
  9. (meteorology)
  10. Bachelor Of Science In Atmospheric Science
  11. (microprocessor Technology & Instrumentation)
  12. In Astronomy And Astrophysics
  13. Bachelor Of Science In Physics
  14. Bed Science (physics)
  16. Bsc. Microbiology And Biotechnology
  17. Bachelor Of Science In Environmental Conservation And Natural Resource Management
  18. Bsc. Computer Science
  19. Industrial Chemistry
  20. Bachelor Of Science
  21. Bachelor Of Science (distance Learning)
  22. Bsc Geology (distance Learning)
  23. Bachelor Of Education (science)
  24. Analytical Chemistry
  25. Bachelor Of Science In Chemistry

SEE ALSO: Courses Offered at Moi University

Bachelor Programmes in College of Architecture and Engineering

  1. Bas/barch
  2. B.a. Design
  3. (civil Engineering)
  4. (environmental And Biosystems Engineering)
  5. ( Electrical And Electronic Engineering)
  7. ( Electrical Engineering)
  8. (geospatial Engineering)
  9. (mechanical Engineering)
  10. Bachelor Of Real Estate
  11. Bachelor Of Construction Management
  12. Bachelor Of Quantity Surveying
  13. B.a (urban & Regional Planning)

SEE ALSO: Courses Offered at JKUAT

Bachelor Programmes in College of Education And External Studies

  1. Bachelor Of Commerce By Distance
  2. Bachelor Of Arts(distance)
  3. Bachelor Of Education (arts, B.ed Distance)
  4. B.ed Science By Distance Learning
  5. Bachelor Of Education (arts, B. Ed)
  6. B.ed.(arts) External Studies
  7. B.ed.(science) External Studies
  8. Bachelor Of Education (early Childhood)
  9. Bachelor Of Education (arts)
  10. Bachelor Of Education (science)
  11. BaChelor Of Education (ict)
  12. B.ed.(arts) By Distance Learning
  13. B.ed.(science) By Distance Learning
  14. B.a. In Project Planning And Management
  15. Bachelor Of Education (science)
  16. Bachelor In Education (ict)
  17. Bsc Computer Science
  18. Bachelor Of Education (physical Education)

SEE ALSO: Courses Offered at Kenyatta University

Bachelor Programmes in Health Sciences

  1. Bsc. Biochemistry - ( Revised Edition)
  2. Bsc (biochemistry)
  3. Human Anatomy
  4. Bachelor Of Science In Medical Laboratory Sciences And Technology (bsc Mlst)
  5. Bachelor Of Science In Medical Laboratory Science And Technology
  6. Bachelor Of Science (intercalated) (honors) In Medical Physiology
  7. Human Anatomy(intercalated)
  8. Bachelor Of Medicine And Bachelor Of Surgery
  9. Medical Physiology
  10. ( Nursing)
  11. Bachelor Of Dental Surgery (bds) - 5 Year Course
  12. Bachelor Of Pharmacy

SEE ALSO: Courses Offered at Masinde Muliro University of science and technology

Bachelor Programmes in Humanities and Social Sciences

  1. Bachelor Of Arts In Gender And Development
  2. Bachelor Of Arts In Anthropology
  3. Bachelor Of Economics
  4. Bachelor Of Economics & Statistics
  5. Bachelor Of Commerce - Finance Option
  6. Bachelor Of Commerce- Accounting Option
  7. B.a German Studies
  8. Bachelor Of Arts In International Studies
  9. Bachelor Of Arts In International Studies
  10. Bachelor Of Arts (broadcast Production)
  11. Bachelor Of Arts (journalism & Media Studies)
  12. Bachelor Of Education (science)
  13. Bachelor In Education (ict)
  14. Bsc Computer Science
  15. Bachelor Of Project Planning And Management
  16. Bachelors Of Law
  17. Bachelor Of Arts
  18. Ba Kiswahili
  19. Bachelor Of Arts Degree In Korean Studies
  20. Communication Skills
  21. Bachelor Of Law(ll.b)
  22. Bachelor Of Arts In Literature
  23. Bachelor Of Arts In Performing Arts
  24. Bachelor Of Commerce
  25. Bachelor Of Law (llb)
  26. B.a In Project Planning And Management
  27. Bachelor Of Psychology (counselling)
  28. Bachelor Of Arts In Psychology
  29. Bachelor Of Arts In Social Work
  30. Bachelor Of Arts In Sociology
  31. Bachelor Of Criminology And Criminal Justice

THE CAMPUS LADY: Here's Why You Need to Download The March Edition

Friday, 4 March 2016 /
The Plus-size Edition: You’ve got to flaunt what your Mama Gave You!

It’s the third month of the year. Valentine’s is already done. Relationships were broken on 13th and restarted on 15th. One thing was missing though: the February Edition of The Campus Lady. We are, however, back with a bang: rejuvenate, bigger and better. You will now have your copy of your favorite Magazine on time. 

When we were settling on this month’s theme for your favorite magazine, a colleague joked that the Plus-size theme would be fun ‘especially the part where we encourage them to eat.’  

Ladies are usually sensitive when it comes to their body and therefore settling on the Plus-size theme is timely so that we can finally tackle the elephant in the room. As usual, The Campus Lady has gone out of its way to bring you well researched and inspiring works of art that will leave you appreciating your body as it is. 

We appreciate the fact that everybody is created in the image and likeness of God and hence our writers this month went out of their way to ensure that they emphasize on that fact and make you proud of yourself. 

Plus-size ladies usually suffer from esteem issues; however, after reading this month’s edition of The Campus Lady you will kick esteem issues where it hurts most and flaunt what your mama gave you. 

This month we also launch two programs that we hope every lady on campus will appreciate and voluntarily be part of in order to promote the girl-child. First, we will be running competitions on our social media platforms to select our monthly cover girl. These cover girls will not only be about beauty, but also about brains and willingness to voluntarily impact on the society for good. 

For the March Edition, we have Wanjiru Gaitho, a victim of Cyber Bullying. You will read her story in the pages of this Magazine and she officially becomes The Campus Lady’s Ambassador against Cyber Bullying.

 If you have ever experienced any cyber-related harassment, kindly get in touch so that we can get you help on overcoming the trauma.

Secondly, we are launching University Editions of The Campus Lady that will endeavor to empower Kenyan Campus Ladies to take charge of their destiny, provide a platform for mentorship in our respective campuses, provide a networking platform for Kenyan university students and spur and promote talents and ambition among female Kenyan Universities students. Keep following our Social Media Platforms for details on how you can be part of this life-changing course.

We hope this Edition of the Magazine will be an inspiration to you all. Enjoy.

Grab a Copy of The Campus Lady Magazine and have a Merry Christmas!!!

Friday, 11 December 2015 /

Campus Lady Magazine Cover Page

I have a problem with modern-day month of December and for that, I will start with a rant. Why does December come so quick after January? I feel like January was just yesterday and yet here we have December already! Who died and shortened everything from ladies’ skirts to months of the year? Back in the days – yeah, I drank Maziwa ya Moi for several years before the trucks that used to bring it got stuck somewhere in the Rift Valley, so I’m that old – we could wait forever for December to come. 

We could go to school from January till forever before April came. August was another universe away and we didn’t complain, we just piled the pressure and looked forward to December. When December finally came, we were a year older, several centimeters taller and a lot of kilograms heavier. We were ready for that month when we would finally travel to wherever and eat like we would never eat again for the rest of the year.

Today, that is neither here nor there…

So, December is finally here with us and this means three things to The Campus Lady readers: Christmas Festivities; time with family and loved ones; and most definitely another amazing read of your favorite Magazine. It’s a pleasure bringing you an improved Edition of The Campus Lady Magazine with new stories, new inspiration, new tips, and most importantly, new sections. 


In this Edition, we will get to share your thoughts on the stories that we brought you in the November Edition. It’s with pleasure that I note your overwhelming readership and support of our maiden copy. That such an amazing piece of art is for free is beyond the comprehension of most of our readers, but as the team behind The Campus Lady Magazine, we are amazing like that!

The Relationships Section gets a boost as we introduce another piece that will leave you rethinking about your dating life. This is in addition to the usual relationship drama that we brought you last month. We also introduce you to the Lifestyle Section, a brand new section that lets you in on the lifestyles of the Kenyan Campus Ladies.

Our Entrepreneurship writer had a sit down with a 22-year old lady who is doing it big in the Fashion industry. You can’t miss out on such Determination and Inspiration! Her outfits also get to grace the pages of this Magazine this month. Your thoughts will be highly appreciated.    


Has your boyfriend asked you to name a gift he can get you this Christmas? You should contact Laika Collections for amazing outfits that will bring the Christmas cheer in your heart. I know there are guys reading this, the best surprise you can get your chic this festive season is a call from Laika Collections informing her where to pick her outfit for Christmas. Trust me, she will sing your name all through 2016.

I can promise you for free that you will not put TheCampus Lady down before letting yourself on the Humor section. It’s good to laugh this December in readiness for the January stress and Wandering Nilote got you covered. In My Life Section just got even better. You can’t wait to feed your eyes with the latest happenings in the life of a campus lady.


Wednesday, 11 November 2015 /

We wish to inform our readers that the school online application system for the 2015 K.C.S.E Examination Candidates opened on September 1, 2015 and will close on January 15, 2016. The application system is open to all Schools/ Centres with 2015 K.C.S.E. Candidates wishing to apply for Degree and Diploma courses in Universities and Colleges respectively.


All K.C.S.E. candidates with a minimum grade of C- and above or equivalent including those who did their K.C.S.E in past years are eligible for admission under Government sponsorship for Diploma courses offered in Technical and Vocational Education and Training Institutions.

We encourage students with C- and above to take advantage and apply for admission to Colleges under Government Sponsorship.

The relevant guiding application information can be accessed from our website or via the official website of the placement for downloads.

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2. How to Apply A course using the Online Application System

Bachelor Of Science in Telecommunication and Information Engineering

Monday, 26 October 2015 /

Course Overview
It is a five-year engineering programme that aims to provide students with sound theoretical and practical training in telecommunications and information technology.The graduates are also trained on entrepreneurship, accounting, management and project management.

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In the first two years of the bachelor program, students are introduced to wide range of basic science and engineering topics such as chemistry, calculus, engineering drawing, circuit and network theory, mechanical engineering,  etc. In the third, fourth and fifth years, courses are more specialized and industrially oriented.

See Also: Bachelor Of Science in Mathematics and Computer Science

Study Areas
Areas of Specialization include:
  • optical communication
  • signal processing
  • microprocessor design
  • image processing
  • computer communication
  • cellular communication
  • digital signal processing
  • teletraffic engineering
  • engineering project.  

Career Opportunities
The telecommunication and information engineering sector has become very high growth area.  Career opportunities are available in the following areas: Test engineers, telecom software engineers, telecommunication product managers, wireless access protocol specialists, telecommunication product manager network security and network planning.

See Also: Bachelor of Electrical Engineering

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Pwani University closed indefinitely following students protest over water crisis

Wednesday, 21 October 2015 /

Pwani University Closed

Pwani University was on Tuesday closed down indefinitely after the students protested over lack of water for the last two weeks. 

The acute shortage of the precious commodity is as a result of the disconnection of supplies to the Kilifi and Mariakani Water and Sewerage Company by the Coast Water Services board over a Kshs 1.2 billion debt.

In a memo, Vice-Chancellor Mohamed Rajab ordered the students to vacate the premises by 11am on Tuesday. The memo read  read in part:

“Following an acute shortage of water for the last two weeks as a result of the disconnection of supplies to the Kilifi and Mariakani Water and Sewerage Company by the Coast Water Services Board, the University Senate has decided to close the institution until further notice.”

The latest universities to hit headlines following students’ protests include Egerton University, Maseno University, Jaramogi Oginga Odinga, Mombasa Technical, Kibabii and Laikipia university.

Technical University of Mombasa Indefinitely Closed after students Protest aganist Fee Increment

Monday, 19 October 2015 /

The Technical University of Mombasa was closed indefinitely on Monday 20th of October 2015, after students took to the streets in protest against fee increment and other management issues they say are hampering learning at the institution.


The students accused the university of increasing the school fees by Sh3,000 without "official communication". The comrades also demanded the senate to review supplementary exams and called for the immediate resignation of the VC, Josphat Mwatela for incapacitation in service delivery.

SEE ALSO:Maseno Uni Closed Following the killing of 2 students

According to the University senate, through a notice issued today, it has become impossible to continue normal university activities. However, Kwale and Lamu campuses will not be affected by the closure, added the statement that was signed by Vice-Chancellor Josphat Mwatelah.
The students were ordered to vacate the halls of residence and the university’s premises within 30 minutes.

Here is the notice:

End Results:

Two garbage collection trucks belonging to the Mombasa County government burnt by the rioting students.

Mombasa County Govt. truck burnt by the rioting students