Egerton University (EU)
BSc Clothing Textiles and Interior Design
- Bachelors Degree Program
- Duration : 4 years
Despite considerable technological progress, a noticeable degree of poor housing, and interior design, health and sanitation prevails in both rural and urban areas. The programme aims at producing a cadre of trained professionals, who will advise and demonstrate approaches and techniques of altering the living environment. Moreover, there is growing demand for competent personnel in the areas of clothing, textiles and interior design with increased opportunities created by East African Federation, COMESA, and the international markets.
To be eligible for admission to the BSc. Clothing, Textiles and Interior Design programme at Egerton University, the applicant must satisfy entry requirements for Egerton University.
Additionally candidates must have passed the Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education
at the minimum grades as indicated below:
Candidates with a diploma with at least a credit pass from an institution recognised by Egerton University senate.
Mininum Entry Requirements for Bachelor's Degree
The entry requirements set out below are only minimum, and they in no way entitle an applicant to a place in the University. Applicants must:
Meet additional entry requirements as may be specified by the respective Department, Faculty, School or Institute.
To be admitted for a PRE-SERVICE DEGREE PROGRAM, a prospective candidate must have all the requirements set up by the joint Admission Board (JAB), with a prospective IN-SERVICE student must have completed a diplomaprogram in the relevant field and graduated with at least a CREDIT.
The objectives of the BSc. Clothing, Textiles and Interior Design programme at Egerton University are to: -
The BSc. Clothing, Textiles and Interior Design degree programme at Egerton Univeristy may be taken on either full time or part time basis for a minimum of 169.5 credit hours.
Graduates with a diploma from a college recognized by Egerton University senate may receive up to a maximum of 30% credit hour transfers.
Areas of study are as follows: