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Programmes Offered at Moi University School of Human Resource Development.

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Human resource is a career that deals with recruitment, staffing, motivation and promotion of workers in any given organisation in both public and private sector. It also involves management of resources in those sectors. Courses that are in close proximity with human resource are also offered in Moi University. These courses are offered in the school of human resource development.

The school of human resource development in Moi university is one of old schools in the university and was formed in 1989. It is currently headed by Professor Joshua Kwonyike is the dean. It has staffs that have diverse areas of specialisation with wide experience and this ensures the graduates produced from this school are well equipped with knowledge and skills.

The courses offered in this school are diplomas, postgraduate diplomas, degrees, masters and doctor of philosophy. The diploma and postgraduate programmes take duration of one each. The master is a two year programmes while doctor of philosophy takes three years.

Diploma programmes.

They include diploma in:

  • Human Resource Management.
  • Public Relations.
  • Entrepreneurship Studies.
  • Projecting Planning and Development.

Degree programmes.

They include:

  • Bachelor of Science in Communication and Public Relation.
  • Bachelor of Science in Graphic Communication and Advertising.
  • Bachelor of Science in Human Resource Management.
  • Bachelor of Science inEntrepreneurship.
  • Bachelor of Science in Communication and Journalism.
  • Bachelor of Science in Strategic Planning.
  • Bachelor of Science in Project Planning and Management.

Postgraduate programmes.

They include:

  • PGD (postgraduate diploma) in Human Resource Management.
  • PGD in project Planning and Management.
  • PGD in Public Relation.
  • PGD in Entrepreneurship.

Master programmes.

They include Master of Science in:

  • Communication Studies.
  • Development Studies.
  • Entrepreneurship Studies.
  • Human Resource Development.
  • Communication and Journalism.
  • Project Planning and Management.

Doctor of philosophy programmes.

  • D.Phil. in Communication Studies.
  • D.Phil. in Development Studies.
  • D.Phil. in Human Resource Development.
  • D.Phil. in Entrepreneurship Studies.

For more information on the programmes offered at Moi University School of human resource development, you can contact:

  • Dean, School of Human Resource Development,
  • P.O. Box 3900, Eldoret, Kenya.
  • Telephone number: 053 20 43153
  • Email address: [email protected].
  • Website address: www.mu.ac.ke.



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