The Bachelor of Science (Mathematical Science, with IT) is offered by School of Mathematics, Applied Statistics and Actuarial Sciences
This programme which is being offered in Maseno University for the first time, has been specifically designed to provide a flexible approach to mathematical education by allowing participants to specialise through the course of the degree programme in areas of Mathematics, Applied Statistics and Actuarial Sciencess while ensuring that they have a solid foundation in Mathematics.
The programme targets professionals working or preparing to work in the banking, mathematical modelling, and research environments. The content of the later years of this programme are almost entirely elective to allow specialization in participants' respective areas of interest. In an improved and more dynamic approach to ICT integration into the Maseno University curriculum, the IT component of this programme has been fully embedded into the course content rather than offered as stand-alone modules.
The modules are offered in levels (1,2,3,4) which are equivalent to the corresponding year in the face to face programme (1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th).
- KCSE: C+ Mean Grade. Minimum of Grade B- in Mathematics at KCSE or its equivalent.
- EACE/KCE (‘O’ level) Division II and above with a Diploma in a relevant field.
- EAACE/KACE: ('A' Level), 2 Principals
- Diploma in a relevant field.
- KCSE Mean Grade of C Plain or EACE/KCE Division III must have CPA/CPS or a diploma in a relevant field.
- Degree holders from Universities recognised by Senate also qualify.
The minimum number of modules required to graduate with a Masters degree will vary between 14-18 modules. Further information can be obtained from the Dean.
Online Orientation to eLearning is a prerequisite taken for one week when enrolled for the first time
MODE OF STUDY:
Online tuition, online CATs, sit-in end of semester examinations
JAN, MAY, SEPT
For further enquiries on the programme, please contact Programmes Coordinator, School of Mathematics, Applied Statistics and Actuarial Sciences
Dr. Shadrack Adero Walwenda