Rationale of the Programme
Bachelor in Science in Electrical and Electronic Engineering is therefore designed to meet the challenges and demands affecting Kenya’s labour market as dictated by both local and international demands. The program is also designed to combat shortage of professionally trained teachers in this country, Africa region and the world at large.
Why study the Programme
The programme shall provide Bachelor of Science in Electrical and Electronic Engineering graduates with real world situations full of various techniques of teaching, knowledge, skills, attitudes, and experiences that prepare them to meet challenges in the fields of Electrical and Electronic Engineering.
The curriculum is designed to provide interdisciplinary approaches for training education professionals and scientists who need to work competitively in all fields and areas in the energy and environment sector of this country and beyond.
Upon successful completion of the prescribed course of study, the Bachelor of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, graduates will have acquired knowledge, skills and abilities to be able to:
Candidates shall be eligible for admission into the Bachelor of Science in Electrical and Electronic Engineering (BEEE) degree of Mount Kenya University in the following categories:
Minimum Entry Requirements for a Bachelor’s Degree.
i. The University and Faculty common regulations shall apply.
ii. The candidate must have passed the K.C.S.E. or equivalent examination at the minimum grades indicated below:
Alternative "A" Alternative "B"
Mathematics C+ Mathematics C+
Physics C+ Physical Science B-
Geography C+ Geography C+
In addition , a candidate in alternative "A" having any one of the following subjects shall have an added advantage while those in alternative "B" must have a minimum of grade C+ in any one of the following:
iii. Kenya Advanced Certificate of Education (KACE) or the A-level equivalent should satisfy all the requirements below:
iv. Higher Diploma holders: A candidate holding a Higher Diploma from Kenya National Examination Council in relevant area or its equivalent as shall be determined by university senate, shall be admitted into the third year of study.
v. Diploma applicants: A candidate must be holders of MKU diploma in engineering with at least a credit pass in the relevant discipline or its equivalent as shall be determined by university senate. Diploma holders will normally be admitted into the second year of study.
vi. A holder of other qualifications recognized by the Senate as equivalent to i, to iv above.
The curriculum for the degree programme shall extend over a period of not less than five academic years of study.