Bachelor of Project Planning and Management

Overview

COURSE OBJECTIVES

The main objectives of the programme will be:

1.Introduce students to the general issues and approaches in Project planning, design and implementation

2. Produce graduates equipped with knowledge, skills and values in project monitoring and evaluation.

3. Produce skilled human resource in planning and managing, financial resources for infrastructure and development projects.

4. Develop human capacity in research and evaluation in projects.

5. Train human resource that can create and manage their own projects.

The Bachelor in Project Planning and Management will be both academic and practical in its orientation. The teaching and learning methods will include lectures, distance study materials, assignments, class discussions, case analysis and research. Students will be evaluated on the basis of class attendance and participation, performance in assignments and end of semester examinations. The course will create links with the business community, industry, parastatals and other government institutions through attachment.

  1. 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 (here in after 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 English/Kiswahili

                     ii. Holder of KACE certificate with a minimum of two principal passes and a minimum of a                               credit 6 pass in mathematics at KCE

                     iii. KCSE with a mean grade C plain or equivalent plus a Diploma or equivalent from a                                    recognized post-secondary institution.

                     iv. KCSE with a mean grade C- or equivalent plus a Certificate and a Diploma or equivalent                           from a recognized post-secondary ins tu on.

                     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 or E.A.A.C.E/Advanced GCE Certificate with one Principal pass plus a Diploma                             or equivalent.

                      vii. K.A.C.E or E.A.C.E Certificate with two Principal passes or equivalent.

                      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 3 course units of 45 contact hours each         over a minimum period of 2 semesters of 15 weeks or 270 contact hours

Course Objectives The main objectives of the programme will be: (a) To introduce students to the general issues and approaches in project planning, design and implementation (b) To produce graduates equipped with knowledge, skills and values in project monitoring and evaluation. (c) To produce skilled human resources in planning and managing financial resources for infrastructure and development projects.

1ST YEAR

1st Sem   82,000

2nd Sem  60,500

TOTAL     142,500

2ND YEAR

1st Sem   77,000

2nd Sem  60,500

TOTAL     137,500

3RD YEAR

1st Sem   77,000

2nd Sem  60,500

TOTAL     137,500

4TH YEAR

1st Sem   77,000

2nd Sem  60,500

TOTAL     137,500

GRAND TOTAL 555,000