The Bachelor of Arts in Geography at Catholic University of Eastern Africa aims to train and equip professionals with geographical skills and knowledge necessary for sustainable resource management, research, planning and dispensation of services of the present and future generations and for the natural good of the environment.
Minimum Entry Requirements
To be accepted for the Bachelors of Arts in Geography programme at CUEA, a candidate requires:
Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education with the minimum mean grade of C+ (Plus) And a minimum grade of C in Geography and D+ in mathematics
A Principal pass in the A-Levels in the Kenya Advanced Certificate of Education (A-Levels) or GCE A-Level or the equivalent Kenya Advanced Certificate of education with a minimum of 2 principal passes or the equivalent
A Diploma social work from a recognized institution or the equivalent
The Bachelor of Arts in Geography at Catholic University of Eastern Africa seeks to produce high quality graduates who should be able to:
1. Conduct scientific research in Geography.
2. Participate in sustainbale resource utilization and management.
3. Apply geographic skills and knowledge in regional planning location and distribution of natural resource.
4. Undertake advanced studies in geography.
Depending on the prospective students qualifications the Bacheor of Arts in Social Sciences (Anthropology) at the Catholic University of Eastern Africa can be either a four year programme, three year programme.
Four Year Bacheor of Arts in Geography Programme.
Students shall register for four core courses in geography and courses from two other departments.
In the first year, students shall take two common courses, four courses in geography and three in each of the other two departments.
In the second year, students shall take two common courses in geography and four courses from each of the other two departments.
In the third and fourth years, students shall take six courses each year in geography and four from the other department in each year.