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Certificate / Diploma

School Of Computer Sciences

Team Leader - Dammaris Mulwa

The department’s goals are to prepare students for graduate study in specialized area of computer science, to prepare students for jobs in industry, business, or government, and to provide support courses for students studying engineering, Hospitality and Tourism, and other fields that require computing skills.

Examining Bodies

KNEC

ABMA

ICDL

Courses

KNEC Certificates are internationally recognized and can be utilized to get work within and in foreign countries. Students who finish module two of the certificate program can continue to the diploma program. Diploma Courses allow students to apply for admission to university degree programs.

We are devoted to providing exceptional customer service to our students and stakeholders, as well as excellent education employing effective approaches and methodologies such as:

  • Cultivating a growth mindset: Learning is about taking advantage of possibilities that stretch our thinking and allow us to grow. When students confront failures, encouraging a growth mindset that can help them overcome feelings of uncertainty and apprehension. We foster growth mindsets in the classroom, emphasize and praise the learning process rather than the outcomes.
  • Make learning enjoyable and encourage creativity.
  • Collaborative learning and career preparation.
  • Provide visuals: Visual examples, instructions, and explanations can help students understand. Begin with a lot of scaffolding and progressively eliminate it as the students advance.

Admission Requirements

Copy of KCSE results slip
National ID or Birth Certificate
2 passport sized photos
Birth Certificate for students enrolling for KNEC courses


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The school is continuing to expand its program offerings, and we will be launching new programs soon. We believe that these are the technologies of tomorrow’s specialists in our field, and that they will contribute to present and future discussions on how to make Kenya a globally competitive and successful nation, as envisioned in our motherland’s Vision 2030 development strategy.