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Asunto:NoticiasdelCeHu 791/03 - Studies in Kenya
Fecha:Viernes, 20 de Junio, 2003  23:42:12 (-0300)
Autor:Humboldt <humboldt @............ar>

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NCeHu 791/03
 

Moi University
Eldoret, Kenya


SCHOOL OF ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES


Divisions
Biological Science
Environmental Economics
Environmental Health
Environmental Information Systems
Environmental Law
Environmental Planning and Management
Human Ecology
Physical Science
The School of Environmental Studies was established at Moi University in 1986, with a mandate to provide leadership in the area of Environmental Studies in all its aspects in Kenya.

The School focuses on postgraduate programmes leading to Masters and Doctoral degrees.

A postgraduate diploma programme around the thematic topics and certificate courses have also been initiated. The school has eight divisions offering specialised courses. These are: Environmental Biological Sciences, Environmental Economics, Environmental Health, Environmental information, Systems, Environmental Law, Physical sciences, Environmental Planning and Management of Human Ecology. For purpose of administration the divisions have been clustered under the following headships:

 

Environmental Economics and Human Ecology Division

  • Environmental Planning and Management, and Environmental Monitoring and Cartography Divisions
  • Environmental Law Division
  • Physical Sciences and Environmental Health Division
  • Biological Sciences Division

 

SCHOOL OF SOCIAL, CULTURAL AND DEVELOPMENT STUDIES


Departments
Anthropology
Cultural Studies
Business Management
Economics
Geography
Government and Public Administration
History
Linguistics and Foreign Languages
Literature
Philosophy
Language and Literary Studies
Religion
Sociology
Creative Arts
Kiswahili and Other African Languages
The School of Social, Cultural and Development Studies came into being in 1978 but admitted its first students in 1988. The main aim of the School; as envisioned by the Mackay Report of 1981, is to offer arts based BA, M.Phil and D.Phil. programmes in a predominantly technological University.
Apart from training its own students, the school offers service courses to all other faculties, especially the Faculty of Education.

Because of the need to forge an even closer inter-disciplinary approach, various disciplines have been re-packaged to constitute seven new degree programmes namely:

BA-Cultural studies, BA-Social Studies, BA-Economics, BA-Geography, BA Creative Arts, BA-Language and Literary Studies and Bachelor of Business Management (BBM).

Because real life situations do not demand over-specialisation in one discipline, there are university-wide, school-wide, divisional, discipline of major and elective courses in prescribed proportions aimed at producing an all-round graduate. The school also gives students an opportunity to learn an extra course in either a new language, accounting or computing, regardless of the area of specialisation. There are six departments in the school offering masters programmes. These are History, Geography, Philosophy, Linguistics, Kiswahili and Religion. Two departments, Religion and Kiswahili, offer Doctorate programmes


SCHOOL OF GRADUATE STUDIES


Departments
Graduate Studies

The School of Graduate Studies provides central co-ordinating services for all matters pertaining to graduate programmes. However, lectures and research are undertaken in the various teaching departments. Applications for admission into any graduate programme are processed initially by the School of Graduate Studies. The entry requirements for Master of Philosophy (M.Phil.)are a First Class or Upper Second Class Honours degree recognised by the Senate. Holders of Lower Second Class Honours degrees may also be considered if in addition to the degree, they possess a postgraduate qualification or have research experience as evidenced by at least one refereed publication. On the other hand, a relevant Masters degree is the minimum entry requirement for Doctor of Philosophy (D.Phil.) candidates.

MASTER OF PHILOSOPHY PROGRAMMES

M.Phil. programmes are conducted by course work, examination and thesis. They last two years, and are divided into four semesters. The second year is largely devoted to field work and/or laboratory research and thesis writing. Students are, however, expected to take some courses in their fourth semester to ensure that they remain on campus and maintain contact with their supervisors while writing their theses.

The School offers the following Master of Phylosophy degree programs:

1 AGRICULTURE Soil Science
Crop Production and Seed Technology
Agricultural Resources economics
Rural Engineering
2 BOTANY Genetics
Plant Ecology
Plant Physiology
Plant Taxonomy
Plant Pathology
3 EDUCATIONAL ADMINISTRATION, PLANNING AND CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT
4 EDUCATIONAL COMMUNICATION AND TECHNOLOGY
5 EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATIONS
6 EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY
7 INFORMATION SCIENCES Library and Information Studies
8 FORESTRY Tropical Forest Biology and Silviculture
Forest Economics and Management
Agroforestry
9 LINGUISTICS English
10 PRODUCTION ENGINEERING Applied Mechanics
Machine Design
Materials Engineering
Manufacturing Technology
11 CIVIL & STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING Water Engineering
Structural Engineering
12 MATHEMATICS Bio-Statistics
Pure Mathematics
13 WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT Human Wildlife Conflict Resolutions
Economics and Utilisation of Wildlife
Wildlife Ecology
Biogeography
14 CHEMISTRY Analytical
Inorganic
Organic
15 ZOOLOGY Ecology
Entomology
Parasitology
Physiology
16 ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES Biological Sciences
Environmental Health
Environmental Economics
Environmental Information Systems
Environmental Planning & Management
Human Ecology
Physical Sciences
17 PHYSICS Photovoltaics
Condensed Matter Physics
Theoretical Physics
18 GEOGRAPHY Regional Development Manning
Geomorphology
Transport Geography
Industrial Geography
Arid and Semi Arid Lands
Political Geography
Development Geography
19 RELIGION
20 HISTORY
21 KISWAHILI
22 PHILOSOPHY
23 LITERATURE
24 WOODSCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
25 PUBLIC HEALTH
26 MASTERS IN PUBLIC HEALTH
27 FISHERIES
DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY PROGRAMMES

D.Phil. programmes are also by course work, examination and thesis students may, by the recommendation of their departments, be allowed to do research only. D.Phil. programmes normally last for three years of full time attendance or four years of part-time attendance. The postgraduate diploma programme is based on coursework, examination and project and lasts one academic year.

The following Docter of Phylosophy degree programs are available:

1 AGRICULTURE Soil Science
Rural Engineering
2 ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES Biological Science
Environmental Health
Human Ecology
Environmental Physical Science
3 PHYSICS Photovoltaics
Theoretical Physics
Condensed Matter Physics
4 RELIGION Christianity
African Religion
Oriental and Ancient Religion
Islam and Comparative Study of Religion.
5 KISWAHILI
6 BOTANY
7 ZOOLOGY
8 BIOSTATISTICS
9 EDUCATIONAL COMMUNICATION + TECHNOLOGY
10 PRODUCTION ENGINEERING
Materials Engineering