The Master of Arts in Gender and Development is for students who are interested in gaining further skills and knowledge in gender and development issues. The programme will enable students to mainstream gender into development planning, programming and policy implementation to achieve gender equality in resource allocation between women and men in society. It deals with critical gender analysis and practical skills as constructive approaches to reforming development practice towards more equitable and sustainable outcomes. The rationale of the programme is to relate different analytical and policy concerns raised in gender and development to specific sectoral plans and policies at all levels and stages of development interventions.
Minimum Entry Requirements
Entry requirements to the University of Nairobi for the above programme are:
1. Holders of a Bachelorís degree of the University of Nairobi with at least an Upper Second Class honors or equivalent qualification from other institutions recognized by the University of Nairobi Senate.
2. Holders of a Bachelorís degree with a Lower Second class honors and a post-graduate diploma from the University of Nairobi or other institutions recognized by the University of Nairobi Senate.
3. Holders of a pass degree with working experience of three years and a post-graduate diploma from the University of Nairobi or other institutions recognized by the University of Nairobi Senate.
Concepts in Gender Analysis
Integrating Women and Gender Mainstreaming
Gender, Social Change and Sustainable Human Development
Social Science Research Methods
Theoretical Approaches in Gender Discourse
Education and Training of Women
Media, Literary works and Gender
Gender Violence and Conflict Resolution
Gender and Employment
Gender Issues in Agrarian Development
Religion and Gender
Gender and Law
Democracy, Political Participation and Gender
Gender, Language and Socialization
Changing Gender Roles & Relations
Gender and Poverty Reduction Strategies
Gender and Reproductive Health
Gender and Technology Transfer
Gender Issues in Cross-cultural Studies
Gender and Urban Development
Gender & Global Communication Network
Gender & Natural Resources Management Research Project 2