Programmes

The following courses are currently on offer at JKUAT Mombasa Campus both in full time and part-time (evening and weekend) modes:

School of Human Resource Development & Business Programmes

  • Certificate in HIV
  • Diploma in Purchasing and Supplies management
  • Diploma in Microfinance
  • Diploma in Human Resource Management
  • Diploma in Community Development
  • Diploma in Public Relations
  • Diploma in Mass Communication
  • Diploma in Business Information Technology
  • Diploma in Business Administration
  • Diploma in Marketing
  • Bachelor of  Supply Chain Management(Options: shipping/marine Management, clearing and Forwarding, Transport and Logistics)
  • Bachelor of Purchasing and Supplies Management
  • Bachelor of Commerce(options: Accounting,Finance,Banking,Marketing,Human Recourse and Administration)
  • Bachelor of Business Information Technology
  • Bachelor  of Science in Public Health
  • Bachelor  of Science in Community Health and  Development
  • Bachelor of Entrepreneurship
  • Bachelor of Business and Office Management
  • Bachelor of Development Studies

Institute of Computer Science and Information Technology (ICSIT)

  • Certificate  in Information Technology
  • Diploma in Information Technology
  • Bachelor of  Information Technology

Masters Programs

  • Executive MBA
  • M.sc. in Business  Administration (options: Marketing, Finance or Strategic Management)
  • M.sc. in Entrepreneurship
  • M.sc. in Human Resource Management
  • M.sc. in Marketing For Enterprise  Development
  • M.sc. in Procurement
  • M.sc. in ICT Policy & Regulation
  • M.sc. in Extension Studies
  • M.sc. in Microfinance
  • M.sc. in Project Management
  • M.sc. in Computer Systems
  • M.sc. in occupational Safety and Health
  • M.sc. in Public Health

Ph.D. Programs

Soon the campus will start offering Nursing courses in partnership with Pandya Memorial Hospital.

Intakes
The campus admits students thrice per year in January, May and September. The campus runs a trimester systems, which reduces the total calendar time spent by students in the university by up to one-third.


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