School of Computing and Information Technology

Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology

ADMISSION FOR SEPTEMBER 2018 INTAKE IN PROGRESS
Apply for September 2018 Intake. Admissions are currently on at JKUAT

You can download Undergraduate-application form or Postgraduate postgraduate-application form.

Entry requirements for the courses are available for download at Undergraduate and Postgraduate courses.

You can contact Director SCIT as follows; email: director@icsit.jkuat.ac.ke tel 067-5352711 EXT 2823/067-5352181 EXT 2823 or visit SCIT,JKUAT Main Campus, Science Complex 1st floor

PROGRAMMES
B.Sc. in Business Computing
The course opens up a wide range of career opportunities in software development, or more general IT roles, which can lead to Project Management, IT and general management as well ...
B.Sc. in Information Technology (Year II) Part Time
The course provides adequate training, knowledge and skills in order to develop solution providers in the ICT dynamic world and prepare graduates for progression to higher levels o ...
RESEARCH PROJECTS
Title:
An Optimization of SOAP Performance to Improve Communication in Web Services
Author:
Mutange Kennedy Senagi
Abstract:
Web services widely implements Service-Oriented Architecture. WS extends World Wide Web infrastructure of services. WS communication is facilitated by Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP). SOAP offers a simple and lightweight mechanism for exchanging structured and typed information among computing ...
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THE DIRECTOR'S MESSAGE

Thank you for visiting with us online. Welcome aboard. The School of Computing and Information Technology (SCIT) has a made a name for itself. We are renowned in the region and beyond for our outstanding computing and IT education, training, research, and innovations. We declare our commitment to excellence in ICT education, training, research, and innovations as we endeavour to positively transform and impact the society through ICT.

NEWS & EVENTS HEADLINES

Newton Utafiti Workshop to Enhance Kenyan/UK Research Capacity

The Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology (JKUAT) and the University of Wolverhampton (UK) organized a Newton Utafiti Researcher Links Bilateral Workshop that ran from 25 – 28 June, 2018.

The workshop titled: “Learning for Rural Livelihoods: researching the convergence of sustainable agriculture, informal community learning and appropriate digital technology,” w More ...

KUZA CEO Urges Students to Forge Proactive Networks

University students have been challenged to go beyond their academic work in the lecture halls and strive to forge and cultivate proactive and close networks with people and organizations who can challenge and propel them towards actualizing their career aspirations and entrepreneurial ideas.

Speaking to the third and fourth year undergraduate students pursuing Bachelor of Science in More ...

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