BSc. in Economics - Economic Policy & Planning
Programme Objectives

This programme is designed to equip students with analytical knowledge and skills for effective economic planning and policy formulation and evaluation for government institutions and similar institutions like banks, central ministries and international financial institutions.

Programme Structure 

YEAR 1

YEAR 2

YEAR 3

SEMESTER

SEMESTER II

SEMESTER I

SEMESTER II

SEMESTER I

SEMESTER II

ECO111

Micro-economics

ECO121 Macro-economics

ECO211 Intermediate Microeconomics

ECO 221

Intermediate Macroeconomics

FIELD ATTACHMENT

ECO 321

Monetary Economics

QMS103 Mathematics for Economists

QMS 102

Inductive Statistics

ECO212 Econometrics I

ECO222 Econometrics II

ECO 324

Investments Analysis

QMS 101

Descriptive Statistics

PUB 125

Human Resource Management and OB 

ECO 213

Public Finance

ECO 226

Agricultural Planning, Policy and Development

ECO 322

International Economics 2cp

LAW 100

Business Law

ACC 188

Principles of Financial Accounting 

ECO 214

Economic Policy & Planning I

ECO 224

Economic Policy & Planning II

ECO 323

Quantitative Economics

COM101 Communication Skills

DST101 Development Perspectives

ECO 217

Project Planning & Management

ECO 223

Research Methods for Economists

ELECTIVES

10 CP

10 CP

10 CP

10 CP

10 CP

10 CP

ELECTIVES

ECO 325: Industrial Economics
ECO 326: Urban Economics
ECO 328: Labour Economics
ECO 327: Environmental and Natural Resource Economics
ECO 329: Participatory Development Approaches


BSc. in Economics - Project Planning and Management
Programme Objectives

This programme is designed to equip students with analytical managerial knowledge and skills for effective project planning and management both in the public and private sector.

Programme Structure 

YEAR 1

YEAR 2

YEAR 3

SEMESTER I

SEMESTER II

SEMESTER I

SEMESTER II

SEMESTER I

SEMESTER II

ECO111 Micro-economics

ECO121 Macro-economics

ECO211 Intermediate Microeconomics

ECO221 Intermediate Macroeconomics

FIELD ATTACHMENT

ECO321 Monetary Economics

QMS103 Mathematics for Economists

QMS102 Inductive Statistics

ECO212 Econometrics I

ECO222 Econometrics II

ECO324

Project Implementation Management

QMS101 Descriptive Statistics

PUB125 Human Resource Management and OB 

ECO213

Public Finance

ECO225 Agricultural Planning, Policy & Development

ECO322 International Economics

LAW100 Business Law

ACC188 Principles of Financial Accounting

ECO215

Project Planning, and Financial Analysis

ECO225 Economic & Social Cost-Benefit Analysis

ECO323 Quantitative Economics

COM101 Communication Skills

DST101 Development Perspectives

ECO216 Industrial Economics

ECO223 Research Methods for Economists

ELECTIVES

10 CP

10 CP

10 CP

10 CP

10 CP

10 CP

ELECTIVES

ECO 325: Industrial Economics
ECO 326: Urban Economics
ECO 327: Environmental and Natural Resource Economics
ECO 328: Labour Economics
ECO 329: Participatory Development Approaches

BSc.in Economics - Population & Development
Programme Objectives

This programme is designed to equip students with analytical knowledge and skills needed in population dynamics to solve social economic development problems.

Programme Structure 

YEAR 1

YEAR 2

YEAR 3

SEMESTER I

SEMESTER II

SEMESTER I

SEMESTER II

SEMESTER I

SEMESTER II

ECO111

Micro-economics

ECO121 Macro-economics

POP200 Measuring Population Dynamics

POP201 Understanding Population Dynamics 2cp

FIELD ATTACHMENT

POP300 Population & Socio-Economic Variables 2cp

QMS103 Mathematics for Economists

QMS102 Inductive Statistics

ECO 213

Public Finance

POP202 Population, Health & Environment

ECO321 Monetary Economics

QMS101 Descriptive Statistics

PUB125 Human Resource Management and OB

ECO211 Intermediate Microeconomics

ECO221 Intermediate Macroeconomics

ECO322 International Economics

LAW100 Business Law 

ACC188 Principles of Financial Accounting

ECO212 Econometrics I 

ECO222 Econometrics II 

ECO323 Quantitative Economics

COM101 Communication Skills

DST101 Development Perspectives

ECO 217

Project Planning & Management

ECO223 Research Methods for Economists

ELECTIVES

10 CP

10 CP

10 CP

10 CP

10 CP

10 CP

ELECTIVES

ECO 325: Industrial Economics
ECO 326: Urban Economics
ECO 328: Labour Economics
ECO 327: Environmental and Natural Resource Economics
ECO 329: Participatory Development Approaches

Bachelor of Education - Languages and Management
Programme Objective
This programme is designed to equip teacher trainees with knowledge and skills both in the English and Kiswahili languages and Management in general, with a view to enabling them to teach effectively and provide managerial skills in secondary schools, teachers training colleges and related educational institutions.

Programme Structure 

YEAR 1

TEACHING PRACTICE TP100

YEAR 2

TEACHING PRACTICE TP 200

YEAR 3

Semester 1

Semester 2

Semester 1

Semester 2

Semester 1

Semester 2

KSW 100 Fasihi

KSW 101 Isimu

KSW200 Fasihi Andishi

KSW 201 Mofolojia

KSW300

Fasihi Simulizi

KSW 301

Sintaksia

ENG 100 Literature and society, theories and devices

ENG101 English Structure

ENG200 Poetry & Drama

ENG 201 Morphology

ENG300 Second Language Learning

ENG 301

The Rise of the Novel

EDU100 Principles of Education

EDU101 Introduction toEducational Psychology

EDU200 Principle of Curriculum Development and Teaching

EDU204 Educational Measurement and Evaluation

EDU300 Philosophy of Education

EMA 306

Education Planning, Management and Administration

COM104 Communication Skills for Teachers

EDU105 Languages Teaching Methods

EDU201 Educational Media and Technology

EDU205 Research Methods in Education

EDU 301 Sociology of Education

EMA307 Organizational and Administrative Behaviour in Education

DST103 Development Studies

KSW 108 Semantiki na pragmatiki

EDU202 History of Education

EDU206 Educational Statistics

EDU302 Economics of Education and Finance

EDU308 Comparative Education

EMA 113 Principles of Educational Management

EMA 115 Policy Studies in Education

KSW203 Fonolojia

ENG209 Phonetics and phonology

ENG 318 Sociolinguistics

EMA 320

Human Resource Management in Education

ICT111 Introduction to Information Technology and Systems organization

EDU109 Classroom Practical Teaching and Organization

EMA 210 School Governance and Leadership

EDU207 Education, Career Guidance and Counseling

EDU 304

Pedagogy of Teacher Education

Elective Course

14 CPS

14 CPS

2CPS

14 CPS

14 CPS

4CPS

14 CPS

14 CPS

ELECTIVES

KSW 303: Tafsiri na Ukalimani
KSW 310: Mbinu za Ufundishaji Kiswahili kwa Wageni
EDU 305: Special Education
EDU 312: Professionalism and Ethics in Education
EDU 314: Library Education and Information Management
LAW 109: Administrative Law


Bachelor of Education - Commerce and Accountancy
Programme Objective

This programme aims at imparting knowledge and skills of commerce and accountancy to teacher trainees to enable them to effectively teach in secondary schools, teachers training colleges and related educational institutions.

Programme Structure 

YEAR 1

TEACHING PRACTICE

YEAR 2

TEACHING PRACTICE

YEAR 3

Semester 1

Semester 2

Semester 1

Semester 2

Semester 1

Semester 2

BUS 105: Commerce I

BUS 120: Theories of Entrepreneurship

BUS220: Commerce II

BUS250: Commerce III

BUS320: Commerce IV

BUS350: Commerce V

QMS 112 Business Mathematics and Statistics

BUS 110 Introduction to Marketing

ACC 205: Accounting for Teacher II

ACC 206: Accounting for Teachers III

ACC305: Accounting for Teachers IV

ACC306: Accounting for Teachers V

ACC102: Basic Financial Accounting for Teachers

ACC 106: Accounting for Teachers I

ACC202: Financial Accounting II

ACC203: Financial Accounting III

BUS385: Promoting Enterprise

BUS340: Strategic Business Management &Consultancy Skills

EDU100: Principles of Education

EDU101: Introduction toEducational Psychology

EDU200

Principle of Curriculum Development and Teaching

EDU204: Educational Measurement and Evaluation

EDU300: Philosophy of Education

EMA306: Educational Planning, Management and Administration

COM104: Communication Skills for teachers

EDU 103

Commerce Teaching Methods

EDU 201

Educational Media and Technology

EDU 205:

Research Methods in Education

EDU 301

Sociology of Education

EMA307 Organizational and Administrative Behaviour in Education

DST 103: Development Studies for Education

EDU 104:

Accountancy Teaching Methods

EDU 202:

History of Education

EDU 206: Educational Statistics

EDU 302: Economics of Education and Finance

EDU 308:

Comparative Education 

ICT 111:

Introduction to Information Technology and System organization

EDU 108

: Classroom Practical Teaching and Organization

EDU 203: Contemporary Issues in Education

EDU 207:

Education, Career Guidance and Counselling

EDU304:

Pedagogy of Teacher Education

Elective Course

14CPS

14 CPS

2CPS

14 CPS

14 CPS

4CPS

14 CPS

14 CPS

ELECTIVES

EDU305: Special Education
EDU 310: Educational Project Design and Management
EDU 312: Professionalism and Ethics in Education
EDU 314: Library Educations and Information Management

Bachelor of Education - Economics and Mathematics
Programme Objectives

This programme provides teacher trainees with the necessary knowledge in Economics and Mathematics to enable them to effectively teach in secondary schools, teachers training colleges and related educational institutions.

Programme Structure 

YEAR 1

TEACHING PRACTICE TP 100

YEAR 2

TEACHING PRACTICE TP 200

YEAR 3

Semester 1

Semester 2

Semester 1

Semester 2

Semester 1

Semester 2

QMS 151 Basic Mathematics

QMS 152 Intermediate Mathematics

QMS 251 Advanced Calculus and Coordinates Geometry

QMS 252 Vectors, Complex Numbers and Numerical Method

QMS 351 Basic Statistics

QMS 352 Mathematics Fundamentals VI

ECO 111 Microeconomics

ECO 121 Macroeconomics

ECO 211 Intermediate Microeconomics

ECO 221 Intermediate Macroeconomics

ECO 214 Economic Policy Planning I

ECO 224 Economic Policy Planning II

EDU 100 Principles of Education

EDU 101 Educational Psychology

EDU 200 Principle of Curriculum Development and Teaching

EDU 204 Educational Measurement and Evaluation

EDU 300 Philosophy of Education

EMA 306 Educational Planning, Management and administration

QMS103 Mathematics for Economists

ACC 106 Accounting for Teachers I

ECO 212 Econometrics I

ECO 222 Econometrics II

ECO 328 Labour Economics

ECO322 International Economics

COM 104 Communication Skills for teachers

EDU 106 Mathematics Teaching Methods

EDU 201 Educational Media and Technology 

EDU 205 Research Methods in Education

EDU 301 Sociology of Education

EMA 307 Organizational and Administrative Behaviour in Education

DST 103 Development Studies for Education

EDU 107 Economics Teaching Methods

EDU 202 History of Education

EDU 206 Educational Statistics

EDU 302 Economics of Education and Finance

EDU 308 Comparative Education

ICT 106 Introduction to Information Technology and system organization

EDU 108: Classroom Practical Teaching and organization

EDU 210 School Governance and Leadership

EDU 207 Educational Career Guidance and Counseling

EDU 304 Pedagogy of Teacher Education

Elective Courses

14 CPS

14 CPS

2CPS

14CPS

14 CPS

4CPS

14 CPS

14 CPS


ELECTIVES

EDU 310: Educational Project Design and Management 
EDU 305: Special Education
EDU 312: Professionalism and Ethics in Education
EDU 314: Library Educations and Information Management

 

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