Mount Kenya University School of Education Courses

  

Date Posted: 7/29/2012 9:11:42 AM

Posted By: marto  Membership Level: Gold  Total Points: 4349

Mount Kenya University School of Education Courses, Duration and Tuition Fees Payable

Master of Education:
• Leadership and Management
• Curriculum studies,
• Instructional Technology,
• Educational Planning,
• Economics of Education
Schoolbased-6 sessions Kshs 45,000 per session
Regular/Distance Learning - 4 Semesters Kshs
65,000 per semester

Master of Early Childhood Studies

6 sessions Kshs 45,000 school based 8 semesters
Ksh. 54,000 (full time)

Bachelor of Education (Arts) (Full time and school based)

8 semesters Ksh. 54,000 (fulltime) 8 sessions Ksh.
33,000 per session (school based)

Bachelor of Education (Science) (Full time and school based)

8 semesters Ksh. 57,000 (full time) 8 sessions Ksh.
36,000 per session (school based)

Bachelor of Early Childhood Studies (Primary Option or Community Development)(Full time and school based)

8 semesters Ksh. 54,000 (full time) 8 sessions Ksh 33,000 per session (school based)

Bachelor of Education in Special Needs Studies (Full time and school based)

8 semesters Ksh. 54,000 (full time) 8 sessions Kshs
33,000 per session (school based)Post – Graduate Diploma in Education
3 sessions, Kshs 30,000 per session (School based)

Diploma in special needs education (inclusive) (Full time and school based)

7 trimesters Ksh.24,550 per trimester(full time)
5 sessions (school based) Kshs 30,000 per session
Diploma/certificate in Early Childhood Development and Education (Full time and school based)
Diploma 6 trimesters Certificate -3 trimesters
Ksh.24,550 per trimester (full time)
5 sessions Kshs 20,550 per session (school based)
Diploma in Education (Arts & Science)(Full time and school based)
7 trimesters (full time) Ksh.29,550 per trimester
(Arts) Ksh. 32,000 (Science)
7 Sessions (school based).

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