University Of Nairobi UoNBI MBA

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Degree Code: d61
Degree Type: MASTERS
Degree Duration: 2
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Course Structure View Details
Part I: Taught Courses
In each semester, candidates will be required to take a minimum of two (2) and a maximum of six (6) examination papers inclusive of re-sits.
All candidates shall be required to take and pass a total of eighteen (18) examination papers before being allowed to proceed to do a Research Project.
Each course shall be examined through a two-hour written examination paper at the end of each semester.
The final written examination shall account for fifty percent (50%) of the marks in each course, while continuous assessment shall account for the remaining fifty percent (50%).
The pass mark for each course shall be fifty percent (50%).
Candidates who fail to satisfy the examiners in any course unit may on the recommendation of the Faculty Board of Examiners and approval by Senate be allowed to take up to two re-sit examinations.
A pass obtained in the re-sit examinations shall be recorded as 50% in the candidates academic record.
A candidate who fails to satisfy the examiners in the second re-sit examination shall be subject to the following on recommendation of the Faculty Board of Examiners and approval by Senate:-
a) Discontinued if the failed courseis a core course, or
b) Allowed to change to another specialization option if the failed course is a specialization course, or
c) Allowed to take another elective if the failed course is an elective course.
Part II: Research Project
Candidates shall be required to submit supervised research project for examination at least three weeks before end of semester in which it is to be examined.
For purposes of examination regulations, the Research Project shall be considered to be equivalent to six (6) courses.
The pass mark for the Research Project shall be fifty percent (50%). University Of Nairobi UoNBI MBA
A candidate who fails in the research project may on the recommendation of the Faculty Board or Examiners and approval by Senate, be allowed to re-submit the project for examination, up to two times within the stipulated period of 15 semesters.
A pass obtained in the re-submission of a research project shall be recorded as 50% in the candidates academic record.
Candidates who fail to satisfy the examiners in the second re-submission of the research project or fails to complete their study within the stipulated period of 15 semesters shall on recommendation of the Faculty Board of Examiners and approval by senate be discontinued. A candidate shall not be allowed to work on a research project for more than two semesters. All re-submissions must be done within the two semesters. University Of Nairobi UoNBI MBA
Course Structure and Duration View Details
    • The programme consists of eighteen (18) taught course units that constitute Part I, while a Research Project constitutes Part II, which is equivalent to six (6) taught course units.
    • The minimum duration for the programme shall be four (4) semesters, while the maximum duration shall be fifteen (15) semesters, and will involve coursework, examinations and the Research Project.
    • A candidate shall be allowed to take a maximum of six (6) course units and a minimum of two (2) course units in any given semester.
    • The programme is offered through a face-to-face mode of delivery; each course unit shall be taught for forty five (45) contact hours.
    • There will be twelve (12) core course units, which shall be taken by all candidates.
    • In addition to the core course units, candidates will be required to take four (4) specialization course units in a chosen thematic area, and two (2) elective course units. Specialization course units allow a student to concentrate in their chosen thematic area, while Elective course units provide options for additional knowledge in other areas of interest, not necessarily in their chosen thematic area.
    • Electives may be chosen from the list of elective course units in any area of study, or from specialization course units from a different thematic area, that would now count as electives.
    • Course units can only be taken after the prerequisites have been successfully completed.
    • After completing Part I (all the taught course units
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The common regulations for the masters
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TOTAL 13,000.00


1 MEDICAL  5,000.00 Per Annum
2 LIBRARY  3,000.00 Per Semester
3 ACTIVITY  2,000.00 Per Annum
4 CAUTION  5,000.00 Once (Refundable)
5 COMPUTER  5,000.00 Per Annum
6 REGISTRATION  1,000.00 Per Semester
7 ID     500.00 Per Annum
TOTAL 21,500.00


NO. OF UNITS SEM 1 SEM 2,3,5,6,8,9 SEM 4,7
1 29,500.00
2 47,500.00 30,000.00 42,500.00
3 60,500.00 43,000.00 55,500.00
4 73,500.00 56,000.00 68,500.00
5 86,500.00 69,000.00 81,500.00
6 99,500.00 82,000.00 94,500.00
PROJECT FEES 50,000.00

FEE PAYMENT:    BARCLAYS BANK (Westlands Branch)
A/C No. 03-073-1021554

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Introduction View Details
The Master of Business Administration (MBA) programme of the University of Nairobi seeks to equip participants with skills, techniques and understanding required for successful managerial careers in the public and private sectors of the economy. The UoN MBA programme strength is founded on its long history since 1972, experienced lecturers with a wide variety of backgrounds, and diversity in the student body in terms of backgrounds and nationalities. Participants are drawn from the Eastern African region and beyond. Our proximity to the vibrant Nairobi metropolis and central location gives us an important competitive edge regionally. The course is distinguished by its rigor and variety, offering one of the highest numbers of specialization options in the region. In its most recent revision, we benchmarked against top universities worldwide in North America, Europe, South Africa and the Far East.
Our programme caters to those with prior business training as well as those whose professional backgrounds are in other disciplines. Worldwide, professionals in areas such as engineering and medicine emphasize technical expertise in their undergraduate studies, but in time upward mobility demands knowledge of general management that includes organization structures, marketing, finance, operations, human resources, information systems and other emerging areas. The University of Nairobi MBA course complements technical knowledge with simulated managerial experiences and knowledge to make them effective managers in a dynamic organizational environment. The programme is therefore also a conversion course that aspires to make managers out of practitioners in different professional areas. Teaching goes beyond theoretical concepts to practical knowledge based on case studies and real life experiences; hence, shared experiences by the diverse student body are an integral part of MBA programme. The MBA may therefore act as a terminal degree for those interested in careers in the corporate world, or as a preparatory course for those aspiring to pursue doctorates for careers in research and teaching in business and management. University Of Nairobi UoNBI MBA
The UoN MBA therefore aims at training the critical manpower required towards achieving Kenya


Level : 1
Semester: 1
Course Code Course Name Course Hours
DAC501 Financial Accounting 45
DAC502 Public Sector Accounting 45
DAC504 Taxation 45
DAC505 Principles Of Auditing 45
DAC601 Advanced Financial Accounting 45
DAC602 Internetional Accounting 45
DAC603 Advanced Management Accounting 45
DAC604 Advanced Taxation 45
DAC605 Advanced Auditing 45
DAC606 Advanced Accounting Seminar 45
DFI502 Capital Budgeting 45
DFI503 Financial Institutions And Markets 45
DFI505 Financial Economics 45
DFI601 Corporate Finance 45
DFI602 Investment And Portfolio Management 45
DFI603 Management Of Financial Institutions 45
DFI604 International Financial Management 45
DFI605 Financial Seminar 45
DHR502 Procurement Of Human Resources 45
DHR503 Human Resource Development 45
DHR601 Compensation 45
DHR602 Employment Ralations 45
DHR603 Public Relations 45
DHR604 Human Resources Seminar 45
DIB501 Managerial Economics 45
DIB503 International Business Environment 45
DIB504 International Business 45
DIB505 International Economics And Trade 45
DIB601 Managing Across Cultures 45
DIB602 International Financial Markets 45
DIB603 Global Marketing Strategy 45
DIB604 International Managerial Finance 45
DIB605 International Business Seminar 45
DIN501 Risks And Insurance 45
DIN502 Legal Aspects Of Insurance 45
DIN503 Personal Insurance 45
DIN504 Individual Life Assurance 45
DIN601 Group Insurance 45
DIN602 Pension Schemes 45
DIN605 Insurance Seminar 45
DIS501 Introduction To Management Info System 45
DIS502 Information Systems Analysis And Design 45
DIS503 Information Systems Management 45
DIS504 Database Systems 45
DIS601 Management Information Systems 45
DIS602 Decision Supportand Expert Systems 45
DIS603 Distributed Systems 45
DIS605 Management Information Systems Seminar 45
DMA501 Marketing Management 45
DMA502 Strategic Marketing 45
DMA503 Consumer Behaviour 45
DMA504 Sales Management 45
DMA505 Social Marketing 45
DMA506 Marketing Of Services 45
DMA507 Distribution Channels Management 45
DMA601 International Marketing 45
DMA602 Marketing Communications 45
DMA604 Marketing Research And Information Systems 45
DMA605 Industrial Marketing 45
DMA606 Marketing Seminar 45
DOM501 Quantitative Analysis 45
DOM503 Operations Research 45
DOM504 Forecasting 45
DOM505 Multivariate Statistics 45
DOM506 Production And Operations Management 45
DOM601 Simulations And Heuristics 45
DOM602 Project Management 45
DOM604 Total Quality Management 45
DSM501 Management Practice 45
DSM504 Leadership And Organization Behaviour 45
DSM506 Organization Development And Change 45
DSM508 Enterpreneurship 45
DSM602 Global Strategic Management 45
DSM603 Tools/techniques Of Strategic Management 45
DSM606 Management Of Small Business 45
DSM608 Advanced Strategic Management 45
DSM610 Management Of Strategic Change 45
DSM611 Strategic Management Seminar 45
DSM612 Business And Society 45
Semester: 2
Course Code Course Name Course Hours
DFI501 Financial Management 45
DHR501 Human Resource Management 45
DMA607 Brand Management 45
DOM502 Research Methods 45
DOM606 Operations Management Seminar 45
DSM601 Strategic Management 45
Level : 2
Semester: 2
Course Code Course Name Course Hours
DAC503 Management Accounting 45
DSM601 Strategic Management 45


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