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Undergraduate Programmes Offered at Moi University School of Arts and Social Sciences.

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Have you ever thought of becoming an adjudicator sitting before congregation of people singing and you are the person to make decision on the best people out of many who make presentations in theatre. Have also though of learning languages of other countries such as France and Germany? School of arts and social sciences in Moi University trains graduate in this fields and others such as diplomats, media, and religion.

The admission criteria for students in this school fall into two categories; personal sponsored students and government sponsored students. For those who want to apply on themselves (self-sponsored), they should ensure that they have obtained a minimum mean grade of C+ at K.C.S.E. for degree courses, C (plain) for diploma courses and C- for certificate courses. Those who passed their form four examinations, their government sponsorship depends on the cluster points.

The undergraduate programmes are categorised according to their levels. For instance the certificate courses offered at the school of arts and social sciences in Moi University are certificate in:

o   Creative Writing.

o   Specialized Writing.

o   Theatre.

o   Drama and Music Adjudication.

o   Educational Drama.

Diploma programmes:

They include diploma in:

o   Social Work.

o   Criminology.

o   Public Administration.

o   Religious Studies.

o   Children’s Literature.

o   Literacy Criticism.

o   Literacy Journalism.

o   Creative Writing.

o   Theatre.

o   Film.

Degree programmes:

The undergraduate (degree) programmes offered at school of arts and social sciences at Moi University includes:

a)      Bachelor of Arts in:

o   Geography.

o   Penology, Correction and Administration.

o   Kiswahili.

o   Linguistics, Media and Communication.

o   French.

o   Germany.

o   Education.

o   Music.

o   Social work.

o   Community Development.

o   Psychology.

b)      Bachelor of Science in Counselling Psychology.

For more information on the undergraduate programmes offered, you can contact:

Dean, School of Arts and Social Sciences,

P.O. Box 3900-30100, Eldoret, Kenya.

Telephone number: 053 43093.

Email address: [email protected].

Website: www.mu.ac.ke.




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