The department of Business Administration at KeMU university offers a four year equivalent course leading to the degree of Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA). The goal of the Business Administration programme is to enable graduates apply sound business principles with Christian values. This includes being able to combine knowledge, skills and experiences to recognize opportunities or problems, identify alternative solutions, make choices and implement decisions. The BBA program is flexible, broadly based and tailored to meet the current needs of the real world.
The BBA curriculum at KeMU University is designed to help students prepare themselves for service in the broad field of business, as either creative employees or entrepreneurs, and hence develop graduates who can first and foremost create jobs for themselves and others by starting and operating new business and / or growing, changing or expanding existing ones. The development of entrepreneurial skills and development of small scale and medium scale business enterprises are thus given special attention.
To support this objective, this programme provides broad training in the areas of entrepreneurship accounting, information technology, economics, finance, human resources management and marketing. Special attention has been given to integrating information technology into our curriculum so that the students acquire practical skills and use computers as tools for effective management.
The department of Business Administration has established close relationships with private and public sectors in the development and implementation of the curriculum. This is to ensure that our curriculum produces graduates who meet the needs and solve problems in these sectors. The programme also provides business consultancy and training to the community through short-term courses.
In the first two years, all students take core and Common Courses. By the beginning of the third year the students are required to select a concentration option. During the third and fourth years, students take courses in their options and additional required core and electives to constitute majors in: Accounting and Finance, Management Information Science, Human Resources Management, Marketing and Entrepreneurship. Specialized diversification can be achieved by combining a major with a minor in Business Administration.
KCSE C+ (plus) or equivalent