Bachelor of Architecture Two-Tier Programme
The programme of study is divided into two parts: Part I [Bachelor in Architectural Studies] and Part II [Bachelor of Architecture]. Part I of the programme comprises of the first, second, third and fourth years of study plus the external practical attachments, while Part II comprises of the fifth and sixth years of study. A candidate is required to complete Part I [Bachelor in Architectural Studies] of the programme of study in not more than four years of study and Part II [Bachelor of Architecture] of the programme in not more than two years of study.
a) Bachelor of Architectural Studies/Bachelor of Architecture
A candidate wishing to be admitted into the Department of Architecture in pursuit of a Degree of Bachelor of Architectural Studies/Bachelor of Architecture must:-
(a) Satisfy the minimum entrance requirement of the University.
(b) Score a minimum grade of C+ in the Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education and have a minimum grade of C+ in the following subjects
ii) English or Kiswahili
iii) Physics and any 2nd Group II (Biology or Chemistry)
iv) Any Group III (Geography or History or Religious Education)
v) Any group IV (Home Science or Art and Design or Agriculture or Aviation Technology or Computer Studies)
vi) Any group V (French, German, Arabic, Music, Business Studies)
(c) A-Level - Two Principal Passes in any one of the following subjects: Economics, History, Geography, Commerce, or any other relevant subject, and a credit pass in the English language and Mathematics at KCE level or equivalent.
(d) Approved Diploma - Candidates with a Kenyatta University approved diploma or Kenya National Examinations Council (KNEC) Diploma with at least a credit in: Building Construction, Architectural Studies, Land Surveying and Civil Engineering; or Diploma in Estate Agency and Property Management; or Diploma in Technology (Dip. Tech) in Land Administration may be admitted into the first year of study.
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