BACHELOR OF PROJECT PLANNING AND MANAGEMENT


ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

1. A candidate must satisfy the prescribed University of Nairobi requirements.

2. Subject to regulation 1 above, a candidate for admission to the School of Continuing and Distance Education (hereinafter referred to as “the School”) must have any one of the following as minimum qualifications:

                                i.            Holders of KCSE certificate with a minimum aggregate of C+ and a minimum of C in both mathematics and either English OR Kiswahili.

                              ii.            KACE certificate with a minimum of two principal passes and a minimum of a credit (6) pass in mathematics at EACE/KACE.

                            iii.            K.C.S.E with a mean grade C plain or equivalent, plus a DIPLOMA or equivalent from a recognized post-secondary institution.

                            iv.            K.C.S.E with a mean grade C- or equivalent, plus a CERTIFICATE and a DIPLOMA or equivalent from a post-secondary institution recognized by University of Nairobi Senate.

                              v.            K.C.E/ E.A.C.E, DIV III/ Ordinary GCE or equivalent Plus a DIPLOMA or equivalent from a recognized post-secondary Institution.

                            vi.            K.A.C.E/E.A.C.E/ Advanced GCE CERTIFICATE with one Principal pass plus a recognized DIPLOMA or equivalent.

                          vii.            K.A.C.E certificate with a minimum of two subsidiary passes plus a diploma or equivalent from a recognized post-secondary institution.

                        viii.            International Baccalaureate DIPLOMA.

                            ix.            A degree from a recognized University or equivalent.

                              x.            Holder of CPA/CPS part II or equivalent professional qualification.

3. The School Board shall obtain a list of recognized institutions from either the Kenya National Examinations Council or Commission for Higher Education.

4.  A DIPLOMA course shall be required to have covered at least three (3) course units of 45 contact hours each over a minimum period of two (2) semesters of 15 weeks or 270 contact hours.