The programme involves identification and pursuit of opportunities, marshalling of required resources and their strategic allocation, and management. Apart from lectures, much of the programme is delivered through case analysisin a team setting where students develop critical thinking, problem solving and communication skills.
Entry requirements Bachelor of Commerce in Entrepreneurship
Direct entry qualifications
Two principal passes in the following subjects: History, Geography, Kiswahili, English Language, French, Arabic, Fine Art, Economics, Commerce, Accountancy, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Advanced Mathematics, Agriculture, Computer Science or Nutrition. If one of the principals is not Advanced Mathematics an applicant must have at least a subsidiary pass in Advanced Mathematics or a minimum of “C” grade in Basic Mathematics at O-Level.
Equivalent entry qualifications
Diploma in Business Administration, Entrepreneurship or Procurement and Logistics Management, Accountancy, Banking and Finance, Marketing, Economics or any other related Diploma in Business with an average of ‘B’ or GPA of 3.0 and four passes at O’ Level with an average of ‘B’ or GPA of 3.0 and four passes at O’ Level.
While a good number of our graduates are succefully running their own businesses, others have obtained good positions in the government and private sector such as Business Manager, Marketing Researcher, Loans Advisor, Sales Manager, Business Consultant, NGO Fund raiser,etc.