|Degree Code:||C102, C114, C119||Degree Name:||CERTIFICATE|
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|Admission and Registration Requirements||View Details|
A candidate must satisfy any requirements that the University of Nairobi may prescribe from time to time.
Subject to Regulations above, the minimum qualification for admission to a certificate shall be:
i. A KCSE certificate with a minimum aggregate of C-, or equivalent.
ii. An ‘O’ level certificate with a minimum aggregate of Division III, or equivalent.
iii. ‘A’ level qualification with a minimum of three subsidiary passes, or equivalent.
Individual Departments within the Faculty of Arts may set additional requirements specific to their disciplinary mandates, and these shall be subject to Senate approval.
Where these regulations are silent on any aspect of University admission, existing University of Nairobi, Faculty of Arts regulations shall apply
|Course Structure and Duration||View Details|
Certificate programmes shall consist of lectures, lecture-discussions, class presentations, seminars, demonstrations, fieldwork, student-teacher consultations, supervised independent study, coursework, or any combination of these, as well as written final examinations, and shall run for a minimum of one hundred and eighty (180) contact hours, or equivalent, representing four course units each of which shall be covered in forty five (45) contact hours.
Departments may, at their discretion, offer shorter courses lasting less than one hundred and eighty (180) contact hours and award their own certificates, provided that the Dean is notified not less than two weeks before such courses begin.
Students shall undergo continuous assessment in each taught course, which shall take the form of written tests, oral presentations, field assignment, or any combination of these.
|Examination Regulations||View Details|
i. Unless otherwise specified, final examinations shall be given at the end of every certificate programme; and each final examination shall in the form of a two-hour written paper.
ii. The written final examination shall account for seventy percent (70%) of all the marks in each course unit, while continuous assessment tests shall account for thirty percent (30%).
iii. In every course taken, the pass mark shall be forty percent (40%), which shall be arrived at by adding the overall continuous course marks obtained in that course to the final end-of-semester marks.
iv. A candidate who fails in the final examination may sit a supplementary examination when it is scheduled, and should he/she once again fail, may have the second and final attempt of another supplementary examination when it is next scheduled, provided that he/she shall pay such fees as may be prescribed by the Faculty in respect of such examination
v. Existing University rules and regulations pertaining to conduct during actual examinations, and to examination matters not specifically mentioned in these regulations, shall apply to all candidates, invigilators and other persons.
vi. Each candidate’s cumulative performance in a certificate programme, as well as his/her overall performance, shall be summarized in an average score over 100, and a letter grade reflecting current University of Nairobi practice.
vii. A student who, for good cause supported with authenticated documentary evidence, fails to sit or complete an end-of-course examination may be allowed to sit a special examination for the paper(s) concerned when the examination is next scheduled, without paying additional fees.
|MODULE II FEES||View Details|
* All Certificate Courses (47700/=) each
Each unit cost is 10,000/=. Other statutory charges= 7,700/=.
NOTE: ALL FEE PAYMENTS MUST BE STRICTLY BY BANKERS CHEQUE. MAKE BANKER’S CHEQUE PAYABLE TO: UNES LTD. CASH DEPOSIT: UNES LT, BBK, WESTLANDS BRANCH ACCOUNT NO. 1021554