- +Key Dates
- Intakes are in March and September of every year. Next intake scheduled for March 2018.
- +Industry Fit
- The graduate of this program can be deployed in the following fields:
→ Hospitals as healthcare senior or middle managers
→ Hospital as health service providers
→ Research programmes
→ Nurse training institutions
→ Humanitarian sectors
→ Non-Governmental and community development sector
- +Admission Requirements
- A Diploma in Nursing (KRCHN, KRN, and KRM) or its equivalent, from a recognized institution.
C (plain) in the Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) or its equivalent and a C plain in English/Kiswahili
KCE/EACE Division II plus a Diploma in nursing and a pass in English/ Kiswahili
At least 2 years’ working experience after the attainment of the Diploma in Nursing.
- +Hours and days of study
- It is a part-time course with a five (5) week face to face session in a 24 week semester
- +Credit Transfer
- Credits transfer is based on University of Nairobi credit transfer regulations
- +Learning Outcomes
- By the end of the programme, the graduate should be able to:
- Recognize the physical, social and psychological factors inherent in illness and their effect on the patient/client, family and the community.
- Plan, direct, provide, coordinate and evaluate nursing care based on the understanding of scientific principles.
- Evaluate his/her knowledge and performance in the light of the changing health and nursing trends.
- Demonstrate an educational basis upon which postgraduate studies for further specialisation as clinician, educator, administrator or researcher in nursing may be built.
- Research nursing and disseminate the findings
- +Mode of Delivery
- Distance Learning using blended e-learning model
- +Fee structure/guideline
- Semester 1: KShs. 137,500
Semester 2: KShs. 98,000
Semester 3: KShs. 108,500
Semester 4: KShs. 90,500
Semester 5: KShs. 106,000
Total: KShs. 540,500
Head of Department,
Department of Nursing
Contacts: 020 6993219/20