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The Bachelor degree course in Urban Development and Environmental Management is intended for persons who will conduct and coordinate urban development and environmental planning and management activities; design and prepare urban development plans; coordinate environmental related programmes and projects; and control, monitor and evaluate the implementation of urban development plans.

After completing this course, graduates are expected to be competent in application of knowledge and skills in a wide range and unpredictable variety of contexts in urban development and environmental management with substantial personal responsibility and responsibility for the allocation of resources at various administrative and spatial levels.

Specifically graduates will be able to do a variety of urban development and environmental management functions such as facilitating the preparation of the urban physical and socio-economic profiles, prepare urban detailed planning schemes, facilitate the preparation of participatory urban general planning schemes and manage urban development and the environment.

Minimum Entry requirements

The candidate shall be deemed eligible for consideration for admission to a course leading to the Bachelor Degree in Urban Development and Environmental Management award if he/she has obtained either Ordinary Diploma in Environment and Development, Development Planning and any other relevant field (NTA level 6, with at least lower second class for classified awards or a B average grade for unclassified awards) from IRDP or any other learning institution accredited by NACTE.

OR

Advanced Certificate of Secondary Education (ACSEE) with a minimum of 4.5 grade points obtained from at least two principal passes and any subsidiary pass in Mathematics, Economics, Geography, Chemistry, Physics, Biology and Agriculture, History, Accountancy and Commerce.

Minimum Entry requirements

The candidate shall be deemed eligible for consideration for admission to a course leading to the Bachelor Degree in Human Resource Planning and Management award if he/she has obtained either Ordinary Diploma (NTA level 6, with at least lower second class for classified awards or a B average grade for unclassified awards) from IRDP or any other learning institution accredited by NACTE.

OR

Advanced Certificate of Secondary Education (ACSEE) with a minimum of 4.5 grade points obtained from at least two principal passes and any subsidiary pass in Commerce, Geography, History and English.

Bachelor Degree in Population and Development Planning (BPP)

This course is intended for persons who will conduct research, coordinate planning activities, design and prepare development plans with population related programmes/ projects, prepare policies and perform monitoring and evaluation of plan implementation.

 

After completing this course, the graduates are expected to be competent in the application of knowledge and skills in a wide range and unpredictable variety of contexts in Population and Development Planning with substantial personal responsibility and responsibility for the allocation of resources at various spatial levels. Moreover, the graduates are expected to be responsible for policy formulation, planning, execution, monitoring and evaluation of projects/ programme related to population and development.

 

Entry Requirements

A candidate should have either

(i) At least two principal passes not below 4.5 points in the Advanced Certificate of Secondary Education Examination (ACSEE) in Mathematics, Economics, Geography, Chemistry, Physics, Biology, History and Religious studies based on the following grades to point conversion scale: A=5; B=4; C=3; D=2; E=1;S=0.5

Or

(ii) A relevant Ordinary Diploma with at least second class or Higher Diploma from any higher learning institution registered by the Government or any recognized body of the country of study

 

 

Course modules

 

Semester One (Year One)

 

Module Code

Module Name

Contact Hours

CA 110

Application I

64

PD 110

Introduction to Population Studies

64

EC 110

Micro Economics

96

QM 110

Introduction to Mathematics and Statistics

96

DS 110

Development Studies I

64

CS 110

Communication Skills

64

PW 100

Studio/Practical

64

Semester Two (Year One)

 

Module Code

Module Name

Contact Hours

PD 120

Perspective Demographic Features

64

PD 121

Population and Gender Planning

64

PD 122

Social Development Planning

64

CA 120

Computer Application

64

PD 123

Population and Settlement Planning

64

PW 100

Practical Work I

 

RPW 210

Field Work: Area / District Socio-

economic Profile

210

 

Semester Three (Year Two)

 

Module Code

Module Name

Contact hours

PD 210

Theories and Models of Population

64

QM 210

Applied Statistics I

96

PD 211

Population and Education Development

64

EC 210

Macro-economics

96

DS 210

Development Studies II

64

PW 220

Studio/ Practical work

64

 

Semester Four (Year Two)

 

Module Code

Module Name

Contact hours

PD 220

Population and health Planning

64

PD 221

Population and Food Security

64

PD 222

Migration and Urbanization

64

PT 223

Development Planning Techniques

64

MG 220

Principles and Practices of Management

64

PW 220

Practical Work II

170

Elective Courses

DF 124

Financial Management and Development

64

DF 110

Financial Accounting

64

RPW 210

Studio: Field Placement

210

Semester Five (Year Three)

 

Module Code

Module Name

Contact hours

PD 310

Population Policy Analysis and

Development Planning

64

PD 311

Population, Environment and Natural

Resources

64

RP 314

Principles of Law

64

QM 310

Applied Statistics II

96

RM 311

Applied Social Science Research

64

PW 320

Studio/Practical

64

 

Semester Six (Year Three)

 

Module Code

Module Name

Contact hours

PD 320

Human Resource Planning and Management

64

RP 320

Project Planning and Management

96

PD 321

Population and Poverty Analysis

64

PD 322

Disaster Management

64

PW 320

Practical Work III

210

Elective Courses

 

RP 323

Agricultural Development Planning

64

PD 323

Youth Employment and Development

64

PW 310

Research Work

160

Bachelor Degree in Development Finance and Investment Planning (BDF)

The general objective of the Bachelor Degree in Development Finance and Investment Planning Course is to impart knowledge to students on Development Finance and Investment. Specifically, it intends to: equip students with skills of conducting researches on development finance and investment issues; enable students to facilitate preparation of development finance and investment plans; equip students with skills of coordination and implementation of development finance and investment plans; enable students to monitor plan implementation and enable students to correlate practice with policy tenets pertaining to sustainable development finance and investment and poverty reduction strategies.

 

After completing this course, the graduates are expected to be competent in application of knowledge and skills in a wide range and unpredictable variety of contexts in Development Finance and Investment Planning with substantial personal responsibility for the allocation of resources at various spatial levels. Moreover, the graduates are expected to be responsible for policy formulation, planning, execution, monitoring and evaluation of projects/programmes related to Development Finance and Investment Planning.


Entry Requirements

A candidate should have either

(i) At least two principal passes not below 4.5 points in the Advanced Certificate of Secondary Education Examination (ACSEE) in Mathematics, Accountancy, Commerce, Economics, Geography, History, English and Kiswahili based on the following grades to point conversion scale: A=5; B=4; C=3; D=2; E=1;S=0.5

Or

(ii) A relevant Ordinary Diploma with at least second class from the Institute of Rural Development Planning or any higher learning institution recognized by the Government or any other recognized accreditation body of the country of study


Course modules

Semester One (Year One)

 

Module Code

Module Name

Contact hours

QM 112

Mathematics

64

CS 110

Communication Skills

32

EC 110

Micro-economics

96

DS 110

Development Studies I

64

DF 112

Financial Accounting

64

DF 113

Information and Communication Technology

64

PW 110

Studio: Baseline Data Collection Techniques

96

 

Semester Two (Year One)

 

Module Code

Module Name

Contact hours

QM 121

Statistics

64

EC 120

Macroeconomics

64

DF 120

Financial Management I

64

DF 121

Investment Analysis I

64

DF 122

Introduction to Econometrics

96

DF 123

Development Finance

64

PW 120

Field Work: Area / District Socio-economic Profile

210

 

Semester Three (Year Two)

Module Code

Module Name

Contact hours

DF 213

Financial Management II

64

DF 212

Risk and Insurance Analysis

64

DF 211

Entrepreneurship Development

96

DF 214

Investment Analysis II

64

DF 215

Principle of Auditing

64

DS 210

Development studies II

64

DF 210

Studio: District Investment Planning

170

 

Semester Four (Year Two)

 

Module Code

Module Name

Contact hours

DF 221

Principles of Marketing

64

PD 320

human Resources Planning Management

64

RP 320

Project Planning and Management

64

DF 222

Cost and Management Accounting

64

DF 223

Institutional Economics

64

PW 221

Studio: Field Placement

210

MG 220

Principles and Practices of Public Administration and Management

64

 

Semester Five (Year Three)

 

Module Code

Module Name

Contact hours

DF 311

Public Finance

96

DF 312

International Economics

72

PD 314

Applied Social Science Research

96

RP 315

Agricultural Development Planning

64

DF 313

Financial Markets and Institution

64

PW 210

Studio Work

36

Elective Courses

EP 313

Natural Resource and Land Use Planning

64

DF 316

Farm Business Planning and Management

64

 

Semester Six (Year Three)

Module Code

Module Name

Contact hours

DF 315

Investment Planning and Management

96

RP 313

Industrial Development Planning

64

DF 322

Business Law

64

DF 323

International Finance and Development

64

DF 320

Studio: Preparation of a Investment Plan

36

DF 325

Research Work

160

RP 325

Agricultural Development Planning

64

Elective Courses

DF 324

Transport Economics

64

DF 326

Labor Economics

64

 

Bachelor Degree in Environmental Planning and Management (BEP)

This course is intended for persons who will conduct research, coordinate planning activities, design and prepare development plans with environmental related programmes/projects, prepare policies, perform monitoring and evaluation of plan implementation and conduct Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) and Auditing of Development Projects

After completing this course, the graduates are expected to be competent in the application of knowledge and skills in a wide range and unpredictable variety of contexts in Environmental Planning and Management with substantial personal responsibility and responsibility for the allocation of resources at various spatial levels. Moreover, the graduates are expected to be responsible for policy formulation, planning, execution, monitoring and evaluation of projects/ programme related to environment and development and conduct Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) and Auditing of Development Projects.

 

Entry Requirements

A candidate should have either

(i) At least two principal passes not below 4.5 points in the advanced Certificate of Secondary Education Examination (ACSEE) in Mathematics, Economics, Geography, Chemistry, Physics, Biology and

Agriculture based on the following grades to point conversion scale: A=5; B=4; C=3; D=2; E=1; S=0.5

Or

(ii) A relevant Ordinary Diploma with at least second class from any institution registered by the Government or any other recognized body of the country of study.

 

Course modules

Semester One (Year One)

 

Module Code

Module Name

Contact hours

EP 110

Environment and Development

64

QM 110

Introduction to Mathematics and Statistics

96

EC 110

Micro-Economics

96

CS 110

Communication Skills

64

DS 110

Development Studies I

64

EP 111

Planning Theory and Practice

64

CA 110

Computer application

64

PW 100

Studio/Practical work ( Data Collection and Analysis Techniques)

64

 

Semester Two (Year One)

 

Module Code

Module Name

Contact hours

EP 123

Settlement Planning

64

EP 122

Environmental Sociology

64

EP 125   

Environmental health and Sanitation

64

EP 121

Land Use Planning

96

EP 124

Remote Sensing and Geographical Information system

96

PW 100

Studio/Ptactical Work (Data Collection and Analysis Techniques)

64

PW 110

Field Work : Area / District Socio-economic Profile with Environmental concern

210

 

Semester Three (Year Two)

 

Module Code

Module Name

Contact hours

QM 210

Applied Statistics I

96

EP 210

Gender and Environment

64

EP 211

Poverty and Environment

64

DS 210

Development Studies II

64

EP 212

Natural Resources Planning and Management

64

RP 211

Transport Planning

64

PW 200

Studio work (Preparation of Land Use Plan)

64

 

Semester Four (Year Two)

 

Module

Code

Module Name

Contact hours

EP 224

Environmental Pollution and Control

96

EP 225

Environmental Impact Assessment

64

PT 221

Development Planning Techniques

64

MG 220

Principles and Practice of public Administration and Management

64

EP 226

Environmental Ecology and Livelihood

64

PD 322

Disaster Management

64

PW 220

Studio/Practical Work (GIS Applications)

64

Elective Courses

DF 110

Financial Accounting

64

DF 224

Financial Management and Development

64

RPW 210

Studio: Field Placement

210

 

 

Semester Five (Year Three)

 

Module Code

Module Name

Contact hours

 

QM 310

Applied Statistics II

96

 

RM 311

Applied Social Science Research

64

 

EP 310

Environmental Economics

96

 

EP 311

Principles of Environmental Planning and

Management

96

 

EP 312

Urban Development and Environmental

Management

64

 

EP 314

Principles of Urban Planning Schemes

64

 
 

PW 310

Studio/ Practical Work (Environmental Impact

Assessment )

64

           

 

Semester Six (Year Three)

 

Module Code

Module Name

Contact hours

RP 320

Project Planning and Management

96

EP 322

Environmental Law

64

EP 323

Environmental Policy Analysis

64

EP 324

Climatic Changes and Variability

64

EP 325

Environmental Communication and Education

64

PW 320

Studio/Practical Work ( Environmental Auditing)

64

Elective Courses

RP 325

Agricultural Development Planning

64

RP 313

Industrial Development Planning

64

 

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