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Courses Offered at Moi University School of Education.

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Courses Offered at Moi University School of Education.

Kenya has many teachers in civil servants sector more than any career. They are among the low paid civil servant and this lead to recent strikes witnessed in the country (Kenya) until some of their allowances were increased. The undergraduate teachers are trained in many institutions in Kenya and Moi University is one of them that do that. This is offered at the school of education that was formed in 1987 when there were offering only one course; bachelor of education (arts).

The school of education in Moi University offers educational courses from diploma to doctor of philosophy by specialists in the respective courses offered. The current dean of this school is Professor P.L. Barasa.

Diploma courses.

They include Diploma of Education in:

  • Education Arts.
  • Early Childhood and Primary Education.
  • Pedagogy.

Degree programmes.

The programmes offered here is the Bachelor of Education in:

  • Arts.
  • Guidance and Counselling.
  • Special Needs Education.
  • Early Childhood and Primary Education.
  • Education Science.
  • Technology Education.
  • Business Education.

Postgraduate programmes in school of education.

  • PGD (postgraduate diploma) in Education.
  • PGD in Guidance and Counselling.

Master programmes in the school of education.

They include Master of education in:

  • Curriculum Studies.
  • Educational Administration.
  • Educational Planning.
  • Educational Technology.
  • Geography Education.
  • Economics of Education.
  • Mathematic Education.
  • Language Education (Kiswahili).
  • Language Education (English).
  • Literature Education.
  • History Education.
  • Religious Studies Education.
  • Philosophy of Education.
  • Sociology of Education.
  • Guidance and Counselling.

The other master programmes offered includes:

  • Master of Education in Comparative Education.
  • Master of Education in Educational Psychology.
  • Master of Education in Early Childhood and Primary Education.
  • Executive Masters in Educational Leadership and Policy.

Doctor of Philosophy programmes.

They include doctor of philosophy (D.Phil) in:

  • Social Education and Ethics.
  • Educational Communication and Technology.
  • Curriculum Studies.
  • Educational Management.
  • Religious Education.
  • Educational Psychology.
  • Language Education.

Since you have seen the courses being offered at Moi University school of education, you can now apply for various courses depending on your qualification. For more information on the programmes offered at this school, you can contact:

Dean, School of Education, Moi University,

P.O. Box 3900 – 30100,

Eldoret, Kenya.

Website: www.mu.ac.ke.



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