This Department is engineered to provide thousands of trainees with quality training in the field and introduce concepts that can be applied to address the demands of local, national international industries. The technical programmes equip students with transferrable skills that can translate to employment and entrepreneurial opportunities.
To meet the increased demand for the programme, the University department is staffed with Faculty members who train learners to be innovative, practical and professional.
Head of Department
The Engineering Department falls under our Faculty of ICT and Engineering which is headed by Ms. Josephine Wanjira, who leads a capable Faculty team in imparting quality training in Engendering to thousands of students. Under her leadership, the department continues to experience and boast of commendable growth creating curriculum aimed at producing graduates who excel both in academia and character.
Ms. Josephine is pursuing a PhD in Information Technology- Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology; she has a Master of Science in Information Technology Management from the University of Nairobi and a Bachelor of Science in Computer Information Systems, from the Kenya Methodist University. She also pursued Business Computing (IMIS) at Strathmore University and is a Cisco Certified Network Associate.
1. Equip students with professional skills to meet the demands of the market and the entrepreneurial world.
2. Empower learners with the knowledge, skills and practical experiences to adapt to modern trends and excel in a competitive field,
3. Empower learners to use research to enable them to come up with innovative ideas to impact industry.
1. Apply insight on forecast network growth for enterprise network planning
2. Impart skills on design and management of IP based network telecommunications equipment
3. Understanding of implementing convergence technologies in enterprise telecommunications networks
4. Ability to design and manage optical and wireless network telecommunications architectures for high speed broadband capability.
5. Ability to use the techniques, skills, and tools necessary for science and engineering practice.