School of Business and Economics
The School of Business and Economics specialises in the teaching of material relevant to business and economics. The School offers training in a variety of business programmes and allows qualified students to pursue a course based on the field he/she would like to specialise in. Thousands of students who join the School benefit from training that challenges them to generate business solutions that will respond to global challenges and improve lives.
Dean- School of Business and Economics
The Dean of the Faculty is headed by Prof. Peter B. Kibas, a seasoned academician in the area of business education and entrepreneurship. The Professor of Entrepreneurship and Management leads a strong team of trainers in providing quality education to students from Kenya and beyond.
Prof. Kibas has a Doctorate (PhD) degree in Entrepreneurship Development from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (UC), USA, a Master of Education Degree, Vocational/Business Studies, University of Illinois at UC and a Bachelor of Education degree, Business Studies from the University of New Brunswick, Canada. Additionally, he has a Diploma in Business Studies from Kenyatta University and several Certificate qualifications in business, entrepreneurship and education.
Head of Department
Mr. Henry Kiogora Thiga is the Head of Department in the School of Business. He works with a team of lecturers whose role is to impart to students the relevant knowledge, skills and practicals relevant to the contemporary business world and required for success in a business career. Mr. Kiogora is pursuing a PhD in Supply Chain Management at the Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology (JKUAT). He holds a Master of Science in Procurement & Logistics from JKUAT and a B.Ed. in Arts (Mathematics & Business Studies) from the Kenyatta University. Mr. Kiogora is also a Certified Public Accountant of Kenya (CPAK).
The programmes include:
Bachelor of Business Administration and Management (BBAM)
Bachelor of Purchasing and Supply Chain Management (BPSM)
Bachelor of Economics and Statistics (BES)
Bachelor of Accounting and Finance (BAF)
Bachelor of Science in Health Systems Management (BSc.HSM)
Bachelor of Commerce (BCOM)
Bachelor of Science in Actuarial Science (BSc.AS)