BSc Statistics

Bsc. Statistics
About Bsc. Statistics:
Statistics is a discipline that is fundamental in  decision making  and policy formulation. The program forcuses on  statistical science and its  application to  real problems. Statistical  techniques and methodologies including collecting, comparison  and designing of experiments, analysis of data handled. Graduates may apply the knowledge gained in production industry, Financial ,medical and agriculture.Statistical parkages are used   to reinforce students theretical and practicazl skills.

Entry Requirements:
1.1(a) KCSE with mean aggregate of C+ in both Mathematics and English.
1.2 Acredit pass inthe JKUAT bridging certificate may replace KSCE mathematics.
1.3 Have a minimum of 2 principal passes in Science subjects, one of which should be Mathematics, in General Certificate of Education (GCE) Advanced Level/ Kenya Advanced Certificate of Education (KACE).
or
1.4 Have aminimum of principal passes in Science  subjects , one of which should be Mathematics in General certificate of education (GCE) Advanced Level/Kenya Certificate of Education (KACE)
1.5 Have  a diploma in Mathematics or Statistics and with at least a credit  pass from an institution recognized by the University Senate.
1.6 Have A diploma in Applied sciences, in which there has been a substantial mathematics conted  with at least credit pass in relevant subjects from an institution recognized by the University Senate.
1.7 Have A diploma in Applied sciences, in which there has been a substantial mathematics conted  with at least credit pass in relevant subjects from an institution recognized by the University Senate.
Students who hold any of the qualifications 1.2, 1.3, and 1.4 above may at the discretion of the Faculty of Science be admitted directly to the second year of the course in which case they may complete their course in a minimum of three academic years.
Students who hold the qualification 1.5 above may at the discretion of the Faculty of Science be admitted directly to the third year of the course in which case they may complete their courses in a minimum of two academic years and a maximum of four academic years.

Other Information
Level: Undergraduate
Duration: 4 academic Year
Mode: Full-time
Listing: Mathematics

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