School of Business and Management Studies

Prof. Atieno Ndede-Amadi Associate Dean/Head of SchoolThe School of Business and Management Studies imparts creative and innovative training in business and management that develops knowledge, skills, competence, and attitudes that enable students to achieve competitive edge in the national, regional and global markets. The staff and students are committed to living up to the highest ideals of citizenship and to seeking to be trustworthy, respectful, honest and socially
responsible members of society. The School is one of the largest schools in the University College with a combined student population of more than 2,000 in both the full and part-time programmes. The School has 43 full-time and 23 parttime teaching staff, and seven non-teaching staff. We have a well trained and qualified staff consisting of one Professor, one Senior Lecturer, 32 Masters Degree holders 16 of who are currently pursuing their PhD degrees in business and management studies in various local and international universities. In addition to supporting the five departments in the School, the lecturers also service other Schools in the University College in their business, management, and law course offerings.

The School offers business, management, and related courses in both full and part-time programmes with part-time classes running from 6.00 pm to 8.00 pm on weekdays and from 8.00 am to 4.00 pm on Saturdays. Most of our courses run on semester basis although there are a few that still run on term basis. We offer courses at Degree, Diploma, Advanced Certificate, Certificate and Single Subject levels.
Single subjects are offered mainly as upgrading subjects for English, Mathematics or business subjects to enable a student qualify for enrolling in a main course in Business Management. Our courses are examined by various professional bodies. For example, the Kenya Accountants and Secretaries National Examinations Board (KASNEB) examines many of our Accountancy courses; the Kenya National
Examination Council (KNEC) examines many of our Business courses, while the Association of Business Executives (ABE) examines some of our Business courses. The large majority of our courses are, however, examined by the University College itself. Information and communication technology (ICT) is integrated into all our course offerings. The School also offers Management and Computer related seminars during  the holidays when the facilities are idle.

Staff in the School of Business and Management Studies

The School offers business, management, and related courses in both
full and part-time programmes with part-time classes running from
6.00 pm to 8.00 pm on weekdays and from 8.00 am to 4.00 pm on
Saturdays. Most of our courses run on semester basis although there
are a few that still run on term basis. We offer courses at Degree,
Diploma, Advanced Certificate, Certificate and Single Subject levels.
Single subjects are offered mainly as upgrading subjects for English,
Mathematics or business subjects to enable a student qualify for
enrolling in a main course in Business Management. Our courses are
examined by various professional bodies. For example, the Kenya
Accountants and Secretaries National Examinations Board (KASNEB)
examines many of our Accountancy courses; the Kenya National
Examination Council (KNEC) examines many of our Business courses,
while the Association of Business Executives (ABE) examines some of
our Business courses. The large majority of our courses are, however,
examined by the University College itself.
Information and communication technology (ICT) is integrated into all
our course offerings. The School also offers Management and Computer
related seminars during the holidays when the facilities are idle.
 

Departments in School of Business and Management Studies