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Postgraduate Programmes Offered at Chuka University Main Campus.

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With reduction of cut points required to join university and college, there is influx of students doing various courses. Since the minimum admission required for one to pursue diploma course in Kenya is now C- (minus) in Kenya certificate of secondary education (K.C.S.E), it is projected that there will be many students joining various institutions.

Therefore, it is high time for graduates to further their education in their field because Kenya as a country more people who have done a general course. There is need for specialization and this can only be done at postgraduate level. At postgraduate level, you will be able to narrow down to a single area for specialization.

For the above matter, here comes the Chuka university main campus which is a favorable institution for specialization. Chuka is a young public university in Kenya but since its charter last year it has launched several postgraduate programmes under the respective faculties. These postgraduate programmes are postgraduate diplomas, masters and doctor of philosophy. There is the faculty of agriculture and environmental studies, arts and humanities, business studies, and faculty of education and human resource development.

Faculty of education and human resource development.

Masters of education in:

  • Education Management.
  • Guidance and Counseling.
  • Curriculum and Instruction.
  • Education Foundation.
  • Science Education.

Doctor of philosophy (Ph.D) in:

  • Psychology.
  • Education Management.
  • Curriculum and Instruction.
  • Science Education.
  • Educational Foundation.

Faculty of Business Studies.

  • Masters of Business Management.
  • Ph.D in Business Management.

Faculty of Arts and Humanities.

  • Masters of Arts (M.A) (with options in English language, literature, linguistics, Kiswahili, history, geography, religious studies, sociology, community development, philosophy, journalism and mass communication).

There is Ph.D in:

  • English.
  • Literature.
  • Religious studies.
  • Communication and media.
  • Kiswahili.
  • History and Political science.

Faculty of Agriculture and Environmental Studies.

There is Master of Science (M.Sc.) in:

  • Animal Nutrition.
  • Horticulture.
  • Plant Biotechnology.
  • Agronomy.
  • Tourism Management.
  • Environmental Science.

Ph.D in:

  • Horticulture.
  • Animal Science.
  • Plant Biotechnology.
  • Crop Science.
  • Dryland Agriculture.
  • Food Science.
  • Environmental Science.

For more information on the postgraduate courses offered at Chuka University main campus, contact:

Tel: 020 2310512, 0715505858, 0731620266

P.O. Box 109, Chuka, Kenya.

Email: [email protected]

Website: www.chuka.ac.ke.


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