Graduates from programs in this department will be employed in both the public and private sector as physical planners, spatial analysts, land-use planners, urban planners, project managers among others in national and county governments. The national urban development authority NEMA will find skills of spatial planners crucial for development control to ensure sustainable development. Other opportunities for work exist in private consultancy after professional registration and licensing by the PPRB.
The minimum university entry mean grade of C+ in the Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education and have a minimum grade C+ in the following subjects:
i. Group I: Mathematics
ii. Group I: English/Kiswahili
iii. Group II: Biology/Chemistry/Physics and one other subject from any of the following groups:
iv. Group III: History and Government, Geography, Christian Religious Education/ Islamic Religious Education/Hindu Religious Education
v. Group IV: Home Science, Art and Design, Agriculture, Woodwork, Metalwork, Building Construction, Power Mechanics, Electricity, Drawing and Design, Aviation Technology, Computer Studies
vi. Group V: French, German, Arabic, Kenyan Sign Language, Music, Business Studies.
At least two principle passes in Mathematics or economics and any of the following subjects: Geography, Biology, Physics, Chemistry, History and credit pass in English language at KCE or equivalent examination. OR Approved Diploma recognised by Kenyatta University Senate in land surveying, cartography, GIS/RS, building construction, architecture, applied sciences or related fields with a credit pass may be admitted.
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