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Department of Mathematics and Actuarial Science

SPAS Mathematics Department

COURSE

MINIMUM ENTRY REQUIREMENT

DURATION

Master of Science in

Statistics

Bachelor’s degree with at least Second Class honours (Upper Division) in Statistics or its equivalent from an institution recognized by CUE and the University Senate; OR Be a holder of a Bachelors degree with Lower Second Class honours in Statistics provided the candidate can show proven evidence of research ability or three (3) years relevant experience in a relevant field.

Two (2) Academic years

Bachelor of Science in

Mathematics and

Computer Science

K.C.S.E. Mean grade C+ with C+ in Mathematics, C+ in

English, C (plain) in Physics and C (plain) in Chemistry/Biology  OR a relevant three (3) year Diploma from an Institution recognized by CUE and the University Senate.

8 semesters

Bachelor of Science in

Mathematics and

Economics

K.C.S.E. Mean grade C+ with C+ Plus in Mathematics and English OR Two (2) Principal Passes including Mathematics in advanced level;  OR a relevant three (3) year Diploma from an Institution recognized by CUE and the University Senate.

8 semesters

Bachelor of Science in

Applied Statistics with

Programming

K.C.S.E. Mean grade C+ with C Plain in Mathematics and 

English OR Two  (2) Principal Passes including mathematics in advanced Mathematics OR a relevant three (3) year Diploma from an Institution recognized by CUE and the University Senate.

8 semesters

Bachelor of Science in

Actuarial Science

K.C.S.E. Mean grade C+ with a C+ in Mathematics and a C+ in English OR a three (3) year Diploma in a relevant discipline from an Institution recognized by CUE and the University Senate.

8 semesters