MASTERS OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION IN OIL AND GAS MANAGEMENT
The following shall be eligible for admission into the MBA Oil and Gas Management Programme in the Department of Business Administration, School of Business, and Kenyatta University:
(a) A holder of at least Second Class honours (Upper Division), Bachelor of Science degree in the relevant field as stipulated by University Senate of Kenyatta university.
(b) A holder of at least Second Class honours (Upper Division), Bachelor of Science degree in the relevant field, from any other institution recognized by the University Senate as being of equivalent Academic status to (a) above.
(c) A holder of Second Class honours (Lower Division), Bachelor of Science degree in the relevant field or from any other institution, which is recognized by the University Senate as being of equivalent academic status and who in addition must show proof of either two years relevant experience and professional development or academic advancement through research and publication since graduation with the bachelors degree or a postgraduate Diploma in the relevant field.
(d) A holder of other qualifications recognized by University Senates as being equivalent to (a), (b), and (c).
Duration and Structure
The duration for the MBA Oil and Gas Management shall be two years (24 months) where the candidates will do course work, examination and submit a Project for examination.
No candidate for the degree of MBA (Oil and Gas Management) in the Department of department of Business Administration shall not be registered as a student for more than twenty-four (24) calendar months without submitting his/her dissertation project work, except by permission of the Board of Postgraduate Studies (BPS).
The MBA (Oil and Gas Management) Programme shall be done through course-work, examination and Research project guided by supervisors approved by BPS and submission of a Project Dissertation. In the course of the project research, candidates shall be required to participate in seminars and present their research progress reports.
Students are required to take a total of sixteen (16) taught units and a research project equivalent to 4 taught units making a total of 20 units by the end of the programme