Academic Programmes

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

Ph.D. Programmes

Masters Programmes

  • Master of Science in Information Technology
  • M.Sc. ICT Integration in Education and Instructional Design
  • Executive MBA
  • in Business  Administration (options: Marketing, Finance or Strategic Management)
  • in Entrepreneurship
  • in Human Resource Management
  • in Marketing For Enterprise  Development
  • in Procurement
  • in ICT Policy & Regulation
  • in Extension Studies
  • in Microfinance
  • in Project Management
  • in Computer Systems
  • in occupational Safety and Health
  • in Public Health

Undergraduate Programmes

  • Bachelor of  Information Technology
  • 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
  • Bachelor of of science in Human Nutrition and Dietetics
  • Bachelor of science in food science and Nutrition

Diploma Programmes

  • 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
  • Diploma in Information Technology
  • Diploma in County Governance

Certificate programmes

  • Certificate  in Information Technology
  • Certificate in HIV
  • Certificate in County Governance

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.