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Management Science


 

MANAGEMENT SCIENCE DEPARTMENT
Management Science department is one of the three departments in the school of business. It offers courses to PhD, MBA, EMBA and Bachelor of Commerce students, who also take units from the other two departments namely Accounting & Finance and Business Administration. The department also service students who take bachelor of Education (Business Studies), Bachelor of Economics and Finance.
The courses are facilitated through regular, evening /part time, Weekend, open learning, institutional based programmes. These programmes are offered in various campuses which include Nyeri, Kitui, Parklands, Ruiru , Migori, Embu, Nakuru, City and Mombasa campuses.

The Vision Statement
The vision of management science department is to be the centre for excellence in teaching, learning, research in Business

The Mission Statement
The mission of management science department is to provide quality education and training, promote scholarship, service, innovation and creativity and inculcate moral values for sustainable individual and societal development.

Objectives of the Department of Management Science
The broad objectives of the department of management science are to:-

  • Promote the development and expansion of higher education opportunities through initiation of new programmes and alternative modes of delivery using among others, modern technologies.
  • Enhance the level of participation in research, dissemination and preservation of knowledge for both academic and societal development.
  • Provide an environment that nurtures excellence and high standards of professionalism in teaching, learning, research and community service
  • Departmentalize quality assurance practices in planning, implementation and evaluation of the university’s core function in order to meet the set goals.

 

Core Values

The core values for the department involves identifying and adhering to the following:

  • Professionalism and moral integrity
  • Customer focused attitude
  • Excellence
  • Accountability
  • Innovation and creativity
  • Mutual respect
  • Teamwork
  • Responsiveness

 

Teaching and Learning

In order to remain competitive, the department’s programmes have to be market driven and of high quality. This calls for review of the current programmes and development of relevant and responsive curricula, improvement on modes of teaching and supervision, and enriching the academic programmes

 

Research, Training and Consultancy Activities

In order to attain academic excellence, the department has to have a serious research orientation and by extension be involved in consultancy and training activities aimed at the industry and the community. Further, the department aims at developing local case studies particularly targeted for improved teaching and learning initiatives.

Linkages, Marketing and Corporate Image

To ensure sustainability, quality delivery and support, it is important that the department establishes linkages with local and international institutions both private and government. To promote the departmental activities and improve corporate image, the department will institutionalize marketing of its activities

<p><strong>MANAGEMENT SCIENCE DEPARTMENT</strong><br /> Management Science department is one of the three departments in the school of business.&nbsp; It offers courses to PhD, MBA, EMBA and Bachelor of Commerce students, who also take units from the other two departments namely Accounting &amp; Finance and Business Administration. The department also service students who take bachelor of Education (Business Studies), Bachelor of Economics and Finance.<br /> The courses are facilitated through regular, evening /part time, Weekend, open learning, institutional based programmes. These programmes are offered in various campuses which include Nyeri, Kitui, Parklands, Ruiru , Migori, Embu, Nakuru,&nbsp; City and&nbsp;&nbsp; Mombasa campuses.<br /> <strong>The Vision Statement</strong><br /> The vision of management science department is to be the centre for excellence in teaching, learning, research in Business <br /> <strong>The Mission Statement</strong><br /> The mission of management science department is to provide quality education and training, promote scholarship, service, innovation and creativity and inculcate moral values for sustainable individual and societal development.<br /> <strong>Objectives of the Department of Management Science</strong><br /> The broad objectives of the department of management science are to:-</p>
<ul>
<li>Promote the development and expansion of higher education opportunities through initiation of new programmes and alternative modes of delivery using among others, modern technologies. </li>
<li>Enhance the level of participation in research, dissemination and preservation of knowledge for both academic and societal development. </li>
<li>Provide an environment that nurtures excellence and high standards of professionalism in teaching, learning, research and community service </li>
<li>Departmentalize quality assurance practices in planning, implementation and evaluation of the university’s core function in order to meet the set goals.</li>
</ul>
<ul>
</ul>
<h3><a>Core Values</a></h3>
<h2></h2>
<p>The core values for the department involves identifying and adhering to the following:</p>
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<td width="48%">Professionalism and moral integrity</td>
<td width="52%">Customer focused attitude</td>
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<td>Excellence</td>
<td>Accountability</td>
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<td>Innovation and creativity</td>
<td>Mutual respect</td>
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<td>Teamwork</td>
<td>Responsiveness</td>
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<h3><a>Teaching and Learning</a></h3>
<h1></h1>
<p>In order to remain competitive, the department’s programmes have to be market driven and of high quality. This calls for review of the current programmes and development of relevant and responsive curricula, improvement on modes of teaching and supervision, and enriching the academic programmes</p>
<h3><a>Research, Training and Consultancy Activities</a></h3>
<h1></h1>
<p>In order to attain academic excellence, the department has to have a serious research orientation and by extension be involved in consultancy and training activities aimed at the industry and the community. Further, the department aims at developing local case studies particularly targeted for improved teaching and learning initiatives.&nbsp;&nbsp;</p>
<h3><a>Linkages, Marketing and Corporate Image</a></h3>
<h1></h1>
<p>To ensure sustainability, quality delivery and support, it is important that the department establishes linkages with local and international institutions both private and government. To promote the departmental activities and improve corporate image, the department will institutionalize marketing of its activities</p>
<p><strong>PROGRAMMES OFFERED AT THE DEPARTMENT </strong><br /> Management science is one of the three departments in the school of Business. It offers Bachelor of Commerce, MBA, EMBA and PHD.</p>
<ol>
<li><strong>Bachelor of Commerce <br /><br /></strong></li>
<li><strong>Master of Business Administration (MBA)</strong></li>
<li><strong>Executive Master of Business Administration (EMBA)</strong></li>
<li><strong>Doctor of Philosophy in Business (PhD)</strong></li>
</ol><br />
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<li></li>
</ol>
<ul>
</ul>
<p>Master of business Administration students are expected to take a minimum of 20 units&nbsp;&nbsp; to qualify for graduation, During first year of study all the units are common, in second year, students move to specialization of their choice, Management science offers two options, M.B.A (Project Management option) and M.B.A (Management Information Systems option).</p>
<ul>
<li></li>
</ul>
<p>The program is designed to take one academic year consisting of three semesters. A total of 16 units are taken, consisting of 12 taught units and a project equivalent to 4 taught units. Students are required to take 4 taught units per semester. During the third semester students will in addition be required to register for the project. The program aims to provide higher education opportunities to executives in both the public and private sectors, through flexibility in timing and course delivery</p>
<ul>
<li></li>
</ul>
<p>The Program takes a minimum of four years and maximum of six years for part time students. The Program consists of a total of seventeen (17) units comprising of course work (9 units) and thesis (8 units). Students embark on the thesis upon completion of the coursework.<br /> Management Science offers four options namely:</p>
<ul type="disc">
<li>PhD in Business - Management Science Option</li>
<li>PhD in Business - Actuarial Science Option </li>
<li>PhD in Business - Project Management Option</li>
<li>PhD in Business - Management Information Systems Option</li>
</ul>
<p> </p>
<p> </p>

S . NO

DATE

MEETING / EVENT / ACTIVITY

5th – 7th May 2015

Registration of students

2

8th May 2015

Start of lectures

22nd May 2015

Departmental meeting

4th June 2015

MBA defences

8th – 12th  June 2015

First CAT

6

16th June 2015

Departmental meeting

17th June 2015

PHD defence

27th – 28th June 2015

DSVOL undergraduate tutorials

9

4th – 5th July 2015

DSVOL undergraduate tutorials

10

11th – 12th July 2015

DSVOL Postgraduate and Diploma tutorials

11

17th July 2015

PHD defence

12 

13th – 17th July 2015

Second CAT

13 

27th July – 7th August 2015

Examination period for Regular students

14 

21st August 2015

Deadline for submission of May 2015 examinations results by lecturers

15 

25th August 2015

Departmental Examination board meeting

 

 

 

 

Management science is one of the three departments in the school of Business. It offers Certificate, Diploma , Bachelor of Commerce, MBA, EMBA and PHD.

Certificate  In
• Project Management
• Monitoring and Evaluation
Certificate  students are expected to take 12 units to qualify for graduation.The program duration is one academic year.
The Programmes are offered through Full-time, Part-time and Distance learning.

Diploma In

• Project Management
• Monitoring and Evaluation
Diploma students are expected to take  18 units to qualify for graduation.The program duration is two academic years.
The Programmes are offered through Full-time, Part-time and Distance learning.

Bachelor of Commerce
Entry Requirements
Bachelor of Commerce students are expected to take a minimum of 50 units to qualify for graduation, During first and second year of study all the units are common, in third year, students move to specialization of their choice, Management science department currently offers two areas of specialization.

The department is in the process of reviewing the curriculum to introduce new areas of specialization in the BCOM which are Management Information Systems and Procurement and Supply Chain management Master of Business Administration (MBA)Entry Requirements

        • A holder of a bachelor's degree with at least upper second class honors degree of Kenyatta University or any other recognized university.
        • Those with Second Class (Lower Division) may be considered on condition that they attained Grade C and above in the units relevant to their areas of specialization and KCSE (less than C, must have a certificate and a diploma)
        Master of business Administration students are expected to take a minimum of 20 units to qualify for graduation, During first year of study all the units are common, in second year, students move to specialization of their choice, Management science offers two options:
        M.B.A (Project Management option)
        M.B.A (Management Information Systems option).

 Download MBA Course Description.

    1. Executive Master of Business Administration (EMBA)
      Entry Requirements

      • First degree from Kenyatta University or any other recognized institution.
      • In addition the applicants must have served in a senior management position for at least two years.

      The program is designed to take one academic year consisting of three semesters. A total of 16 units are taken, consisting of 12 taught units and a project equivalent to 4 taught units. Students are required to take 4 taught units per semester. During the third semester students will in addition be required to register for the project. The program aims to provide higher education opportunities to executives in both the public and private sectors, through flexibility in timing and course delivery.Download EMBA Course Description.

    2. Doctor of Philosophy in Business (PhD)
      Entry Requirements
      The following shall be eligible for admission:

      • A holder of a Masters of Business Administration (MBA) degree or its equivalent in Business from Kenyatta University or any other institution recognized by Kenyatta University Senate.
      • A holder of a Masters degree from Kenyatta University in areas of specialization relevant to disciplines in the school of Business or any other institution recognized by the Kenyatta University Senate.

      The Program takes a minimum of four years and maximum of six years for part time students. The Program consists of a total of seventeen (17) units comprising of course work (9 units) and thesis (8 units). Students embark on the thesis upon completion of the coursework.

      Management Science offers four options namely:
      • PhD (Project Management)
      • PhD (Actuarial Science)
      • PhD (Management Science)
      • PhD (Management Information Systems)
      Download PhD Course Description.

 

 

 

 

 

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RESEACH PROJECTS MANAGEMENT SCIENCE

NAME

REG. NO.

TITLE OF THE PROJECT

AREA OF SPECIALIZATION

SUPERVISORS

Rogo David

D53/CTY/PT/20686/2010

Factors Influencing the Growth of Digital Media in Kenya. Case of Selected Media Firms in Kenya

Management Information Systems

Mr. Paul Sang                 Ms. Gladys Kimutai

Mourice Kagwe Ndungu

D53/CE/22170/2010

Determinants of Information and Communication Technology Usage in Secondary Schools in Gatundu District, in Kiambu County in Kenya

Management Information Systems

Dr. Nzuki

Odingo Robert Ouko

D53/OL/1010/02

Determinants of Business Information Systems Adoption in Business Operations in Kenya: A Case of Selected Tea Companies in Nandi County

Management Information Systems

Dr. Nzuki

Mutuku Kaunda Morrisson

D53/CTY/PT/23774/2011

Effects of E-Commerce on Business Profitability in the Communication Sector in Kenya: A Case of Selected Companies in Nairobi County

Management Information Systems

Dr. Nzuki

Malonza Gladys Nduku

D53/CE/22147/2010

Determinants of Adoption of Enterprise Resource Planning Systems by Listed Companies in Kenya

Management Information Systems

Dr. Nzuki

Beatrice Ongaki

D53/CTY/PT/20915/2010

Factors Affecting the Use of Informaiton and Communication Technology in Government Parastatals: Case of National Environment Management Authority

Management Information Systems

Mr. Sang                          Ms. Rosemary James

Gataua David Irungu

D53/CE/23321/2010

Determinants of Information and Communication Technology Adoption by Small and Medium Enterprises in Thika Municipality: A Case of Selected SMEs

Management Information Systems

Dr. Nzuki

Ruth Bitutu Ogoti

D53/CTY/PT/21227/10

Determinants of Government Human Resource Information System Adoption in Ministries in Kenya

Management Information Systems

Mr. Sang                         Ms. Gladys Kimutai

James Murage Kweri

D53/CTY/PT/20805/2010

Determinants of Data Security in Management Information Systems of Commercial Banks in Nairobi, Kenya

Management Information Systems

Ms. Kimutai                          Mr. Kandiri

Caroline Chebet Saina

D53/CTY/PT/24314/2011

Effects of ICT on Immigration Service Delivery in Border Towns in Kenya: A Case Study of Isebania and Busia Border Control Points

Management Information Systems

Mr. Bett

Joshua O. Buromu

D53/CTY/PT/20675/2010

Challenges in the Implementation of Enterprise Resource Planning System in Kenya: A Case of National Cereals and Produce Board

Management Information Systems

Ms. Rosemary James               Mr. Paul Sang

Francis K. Mutua

D53/CTY/PT/23336/11

Determinants of E-Learning in Secondary Schools in Kenya: A Case of Selected Public Secondary Schools in Westlands District in Nairobi County

Management Information Systems

Dr. Nzuki

Catherine Achieng Sijenyi

D53/CE/12402/2009

Determinants of E-Commerce Adoption in the Tourism Sector in Nairobi County: A Case of Selected Tours and Safaris Firms

Management Information Systems

Dr. Nzuki

Gideon Ochogo Joshua

D53/CE/22122/2010

Implementation of Determinants of Management Information Systems Projects in Tea Factories in Nyamira County

Management Information Systems

Dr. Nzuki

Asha Jepkemoi Juma

D53/CTY/PT/23284/2011

Deteminants fo Management Information Systems Adoption in Parastatals within the Tourism Industry in Nairobi Metropolitan Area in Kenya

Management Information Systems

Mr. Bett

Yegon Gilbert

D53/CE/21742/2010

Determinants of Clinical Decision Support Systems Usage in Hospitals: A Case of Selected Hospitals in Nakuru County

Management Information Systems

Dr. David Nzuki

Cheruiyot Kipkirui Dominic

D53/CTY/PT/23266/2011

Challenges in the Management of the Application of Enterprise Resource Planning System: A Case of National Cereals and Produce Board in Kenya

Management Information Systems

Mr. Chrispen Maende

James Nambusi Makhulo

D53/CTY/PT/24321/2011

Team Leaders Role in Implementation of Information Communication Technology in Higher Education Sector: A Survey of Selected Projects at Kenyatta University

Management Information Systems

Mr. John Kandiri

Amos M. Mjomba

D53/CTY/PT/23332/2011

Adoption Determinants of E-Procurement System in Small and Medium Enterprises (SME's) in Nairobi Central Business District, Nairobi County Kenya

Management Information Systems

Dr. David Nzuki

Mary Muthoni Mwangi

D53/CTY/23763/2011

Effects of Information Systems on Corporate Performance in Cargo-Handling Centres at Jomo Kenyatta International Airport, Kenya

Management Information Systems

Dr. David Nzuki

Kamau Bonface Gitau

D53/CTY/PT/10998/2006

Determinants of online Payment Systems Adoption in Nairobi Metropolitan in Kenya: A Case of Selected Firms Using Pesapal System

Management Information Systems

Dr. David Nzuki

Matilda Gakii Kanyuuru

D53/OL/23385/2012

Adoption of the Automated Billing Systems by Customers of the Kenya Power: A Case of Thika Town

Management Information Systems

Dr. Rosemary James

Maruta James Mwiti

D53/OL/25016/2011

Determinants of Mobile Commerce Adoption in Agent Banking: A Case of Equity Bank Agents in Nairobi County

Management Information Systems

Dr. David Nzuki

Egessa Masinde Mathew

D53/OL/20446/2012

Information Communication Technology Adoption on Customer Service Delivery in Machakos County Government, Kenya

Management Information Systems

Dr. Felix Musau

Michael Kimani Maina

D53/CTY/PT/23203/2011

Adoption Determinants of E-Learning Management System in Institutions of Higher Learning in Kenya: A Case of Selected Universities in Nairobi Metropolitan

Management Information Systems

Dr. David Nzuki

 

Nabisswa Wamai James

D53/CE/10209/2007

Effects of Information Systems on Performance of Microfinance Institutions in Kenya: A Case of Kenya Women Finance Trust, Nairobi County

Management Information Systems

Dr. David Nzuki

Gikonyo Murigi Julius

D53/OL/25540/2011

Effects of Information Technology on Tasks' Performance in Secondary Schools in Lari Sub-County, Kiambu County, Kenya

Management Information Systems

Dr. David Nzuki

Kirui Kiplangat Leonard

D53/CE/22076/2010

Adoption Determinants of Revenue Management Information System in Nakuru County Government in Kenya

Management Information Systems

Dr. David Nzuki

Catherine W. Njoroge

D53/CTY/PT/26017/2013

Effects of enterprise resource planning systems on the operational performance of savings and credit societies in Nairobi County, Kenya.

Management Information Systems

Dr. David Nzuki

John Maina Njenga

D53/OL/25052/2012

Effects of the adoption of customer  relationship management on organizational performance of small and medium enterprieses in Nyeri Town, Kenya.

Management Information Systems

Dr. David Nzuki

Titus Murage Maina

D53/OL/29001/2013

Integrated registration system effects on organizational performance of civil registration department in Nyeri, Kenya.

Management Information Systems

Dr. David Nzuki

Osindi Ouko Joshua

D53/OL/27266/2013

Determinants of electronic commerce adoption in small and medium enterprises in Kenya.  A case of  Tourism in Nairobi.

Management Information Systems

Dr. David Nzuki

Kithinji Samuel Mwenda

D53/CTY/PT/24704/2013

Effects of Information and Communication Technology Assessment on Service Delivery in Public Organizations: A Case of Three Selected Agencies in Nairobi County, Kenya

Management Information Systems

Dr. Felix Musau

Jackson Kipchirchir Machii

D53/CTY/PT/24354/2012

Assessment of Information Communication Technology Adoption for Performance of Selected Small and Medium Enterprises in Nairobi County, Kenya

Management Information Systems

Dr. Felix Musau

Sirali Ngugi Erick

D53/OL/23505/2012

Use of Global Positioning System (GPS) and Customs Systems in Assessing Corridor Performance in Kenya: A Case of Northern Corridor Transport Observatory

Management Information Systems

Dr. Felix Musau

Ombongi Nickson Apima

D53/PT/CTY/21563/2012

Information and Communication Technology Effects on Performance of Commercial Banks in Kenya: A Case of Commercial Banks in Nairobi County

Management Information Systems

Dr. Felix Musau

Gyaviira Kibuuka Ogola

D53/CTY/PT/25415/2013

Effects of information communication and technology systems on the service quality of Commercial Banks in Kenya.  A case of Nairobi County.

Management Information Systems

Dr. Felix Musau

Omunzi Violet Kavai

D53/OL/25286/2011

Investigating the effectiveness of ICT network security systems in the Kenya Energy Public Institutions.  A case of Kenya Electricity Generating Company - Kengen.

Management Information Systems

Dr. Felix Musau

Wamai Muiga John

D53/CTY/PT/28425/2013

Determinants of mobile banking technology adoption by customers of microfinance institutions within Nairobi County.

Management Information Systems

Dr. John Kandiri

Kilembwa Muthengi Joseph Nzeveka

D53/OL/24949/2011

The Effect of Customers Perception on the Usage of Internet Banking in Commercial Banks in Kenya

Management Information Systems

Dr. Stephen Waithaka

Masara K. Deborah

D53/CTY/PT/23246/2011

Influence of Mobile Applications Capabilities on the E-Commerce Adoption: A Case of Selected SME's in Nairobi Kenya

Management Information Systems

Dr. Stephen Waithaka

Patrick Lau Muthoka

D53/EMB/PT/23209/2011

Impact of Mobile Banking on the Financial Performance of Commercial Banks in Kenya: A Case Study of Commercial Banks in Machakos County

Management Information Systems

Dr. Stephen Waithaka

Josephine Chepkoech

D53/CTY/PT/21625/2012

Relationships between Management Information System Implementation Strategies and Organization Customer Registration Performance in National Hospital Insurance Fund, Nairobi Kenya

Management Information Systems

Dr. Stephen Waithaka

Philip Kiilu

D53/CTY/PT/22137/2012

Information communication technology adoption relationship to employee perfomance in Commercial Banks in Kenya.

Management Information Systems

Dr. Stephen Waithaka

mzungu Louis Arthur

D53/OL/CTY/26607/2013

Adoption of information systems and performance of universities in Nairobi County, Kenya.

Management Information Systems

Dr. David Nzuki

Winnie Njeri

D53/CTY/PT/26097/2013

Effects of social media networks on performance of commercial banks in Kenya.

Management Information Systems

Dr. David Nzuki

Gladys Mumbi Nderitu

D53/CTY/PT/26232/2013

E-learning integraton and organizational performance of universities in Nairobi Metropolitan, Kenya.

Management Information Systems

Dr. Rosemary James

Paul Kamau Kamiru

D53/CTY/PT/24744/2013

Internet connectivity and service quality of selected Commercial Banks in Kenya.

Management Information Systems

Dr. David Nzuki

Okindo Ochenge Willys

D53/OL/NKU/24181/2014

Influence of hospital information management system on patient care management in rift valley provincial general hospital.

Management Information Systems

Dr. John Kandiri

Jared Okinyi Otieno

D53/OL/26554/2013

Open source software features and performance of Kenyan University Libraries in Nairobi Metropolitan, Kenya.

Management Information Systems

Dr. David Nzuki

Baituru Mwongela Benson

D53/CTY/PT/26245/2013

Drivers of information communication technology adoption by small and medium enterprises.  A case of Klynveld Peat Marwick Goerdeler Top 100 small and medium enterprises.

Management Information Systems

Prof. Felix Musau

 

Injera Vosevwa Lilian

D53/OL/KKA/24547/2014

Adoption of information communication technoloygy among small and medium enterprises in Kakamega County, Kenya.

Management Information Systems

Dr. Paul Sang

Masika John Simiyu

D53/MSA/11211/2006

An analysis of the critical success factors for effectiveness implementation of enterprise resource planning (ERP) system in selected public service sector organisations in Kenya.

Management Science

Ms. Gladys Kimutai

Samuel Ndirangu

D53/RI/11394/2004

Determinants of Power Projects Performance in the Kenya Power and Lighting Company Limited

Management Science

Mr. Paul Sang

Kenneth Irungu

D53/CE/22092/2010

Determinants of performance of Water Projects in Muranga County Kenya

Management Science

Ms.Janesther Karugu

Mercy Ngethe

D53/RI/11551/2004

Determinants of Service Delivery in Commercial Parastatals: A Case of Kenya Power and Lighting Company

Management Science

Mr. Sang

Rita Chepkoech

D53/PT/12477/2009

An Investigation of the Factors that Affect Sustainability of Community Based Projects in Bomet County

Project Management

Mr. Paul Sang                        Ms. Gladys Kimutai

Nancy Mairu Ireri

D53/CE/11758/2008

Factors Influencing Effective Monitoring and Evaluation of CDF Projects in Dujis Constituency, Garissa District

Project Management

Ms. Rosemary James    Ms. Gladys Kimutai

Kinyua Ken Frank Mugambi

D53/CE/11674/08

The Challenges Facing the Implementation of Government Povery Alleviation Programmmes - Youth Enterprise Development Fund in Igembe South District

Project Management

Mr. Philip Wambua       Mrs. Joyce Gakobo

Rotich Hillary Kiptoo

D53/12387/2009

Factors Affecting the Adoption of Project Management Tools and Techniques in Decision Making in Health Related Projects in Kenya. A Case of Youth Reproductive Health and HIV/AIDS Projects in Nairobi

Project Management

Dr. Muathe                 Mr. Bett

Robinson Askari Gwadoya

D53/10780/07

Factors Influencing Effective Implementation of  Monitoring and Evaluation Practices in Donor Funded Projects in Kenya. A Case of Turkana District

Project Management

Ms. Gladys Kimutai

Odhong' Okeyo Alex

D53/CE/11702/2008

The Factors Influencing Implementation of Community Projects in Kenya. A Survey of Horticultural Projects of Homa Bay County

Project Management

Mr. Shadrack Bett           Mr. Robert Nzulwa

Omwega Mosembe Archmond

D53/12416/2009

Factors Affecting Completion of Housing Projects. Survey of Prisons Housing Projects in Nairobi County

Project Management

Mr. Julius Murungi          Ms. Anne Muchemi

Edith Jepkosgei Kigen

D53/CE/11655/08

An Investigation on Factors Influencing Successful Implementation of Projects in Public Secondary Schools in Kenya. A Case of Baringo District Secondary Schools

Project Management

Mr. Shadrack Bett           Mr. Julius Murungi

 

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REG. NO.

TITLE OF THE PROJECT

AREA OF SPECIALIZATION

SUPERVISORS

Nderitu Ann Muthoni

D53/CE/11356/2007

Factors Affecting Performance of Community Based Projects: A Case Study of Self Help Groups in Fish Farming in Nyeri County, Kenya

Project Management

Ms. Rosemary James  Mr. Paul Sang

Njuguna Angela Nduta

D53/CE/11721/2008

Factors Influencing Performance of the Kazi kwa Vijana Projects in Kenya: A Case of Githunguri District - Kiambu County

Project Management

Ms. Gladys Kimutai          Ms. Rosemary James

Bokea Davis Inchaga

D53/CE/11747/2008

Factors Influencing Project Implementation of Community Based Projects - A Survey of Banana Projects in Kisii County, Kenya

Project Management

Dr. Muathe SMA            Ms. Anne Muchemi

Peter M. Kioko

D53/PT/12469/09

Analysis of Critical Factors that Affect Performance of Electrical Power Projects in Kenya: A Case of Kenya Electricity Generating Company (KENGEN)

Project Management

Mr. G.K. Atheru          

Mavyala Khakayi Catherine

D53/CE/15498/2008

Impact of Project Evaluation Tools as used in Project Planning and Decision Making in Kenya by Educational Institutions

Project Management

Mr. Ndede FWS            Ms. Farida Abdul

Benard Mbugua Rimui

D53/PT/CTY/13787/2009`

To Investigate Factors Influencing Implementation of Upgrading Projects within Kibera Slum in Nairobi, Kenya

Project Management

Mrs. Gitonga                   Mr. Shadrack Bett

Michael Murimi Mwai

D53/10187/07

Factors Influencing Project Performance of IT Projects in Kenya: A Case Study of Selected Firms in Nairobi

Project Management

Ms. Gladys Kimutai          Ms. Rosemary James

Wasirimba N. Joy

D53/PT/CTY/13815/2009

The Effect of Non Governmental Organizations Operations on Project Socio-Economic Performance in Busia County, Kenya

Project Management

Ms. Rosemary James     Mr. Paul Sang

James Barare Nyakundi

D53/CE/11711/08

The Effect of Risk Management Strategies on the Performance of Youth Projects in Nyamira County

Project Management

Mr. Kilika                          Mr. Nzulwa

Benjamin Musyoka Mutua

D53/12392/2009

Factors Influencing Effective Project Risk Management in the Building and Construction Industry in Nairobi Area, Kenya

Project Management

Mr. Paul Sang                       Ms.Rosemary James

Martin Ambrose Mutua

D53/PT/10607/2008

An Analysis of Agribusiness Support Projects Contribution on Coffee Production in Machakos County - Kenya

Project Management

Mrs. Gitonga                     Mr. Philip Wambua

Njue L. Kawira

D53/12390/2009

Factors Affecting the Adoption of ICT in Building and Construction Projects in Nairobi County

Project Management

Ms.J. Karugu            Mr. Obere

Ogachi Felix Mogoi

D53/CE/11637/2008

Investigation of the Effects of Business Risks on the Performance of Commercial Banks in Nairobi, Kenya

Project Management

Dr. Jagongo                 Mr. Theuri

Kipkemoi Samuel Langat

D53/CE/11728/2008

Effects of the Elements of Public Procurement Practices on Projects Implementation. A Case of Kericho District

Project Management

Mr. Murungi

Richard Isaac Mwangangi

D53/CTY/PT/20827/2010

Determinants of Performance of Government Funded Projects in Kenya. A Case Study of Ministry of Public Works' Projects in Nairobi County

Project Management

Mr. Sang                         Ms. Gladys Kimutai

Wanyaga Joseph Kariuki

D53/CE/15121/2008

Factors Influencing Ex-Post Evaluation f Loca NGO Projects in Kenya. A Case of NGOs Operating in Laikipia County

Project Management

Dr. Jagongo

Gikunju David Theuri

D53/MSA/13071/2009

Analysis of the Relationship between Risk Management Strategies and Projects' Sustainability in Kajiado County, Kenya

Project Management

Mr. Kilika                               Ms. Janesther Karugu

Abdikarim Mohamed Sadiq

D53/OL/15477/2008

Factors Affecting the Performance of Water and Sanitation Projects in Garissa County, Kenya. A Case of Garissa Municipality

Project Management

Ms. Gladys Kimutai

Solomon Otieno Oluoch

D53/CTY/PT/21276/2010

Determinant of Effective Monitoring and Evaluation Systems. A Case Study of National Youth Service Empowerment Projects ( Nairobi Region)

Project Management

Ms. Gladys Kimutai          Ms. Rosemary James

Elizabeth Wangeci Thumbi

D53/CTY/PT/20694/2010

Determinants of Performance of Digital Villages Project in Kenya

Project Management

Ms. Gladys Kimutai          Ms. Rosemary James

Muthuri Wallace Lee Koome

D53/CTY/PT/21236/2010

The Determinants of the Logical Framework Adoption among Non-Governmental Organizarions in Nairobi County, Kenya

Project Management

Ms. Gladys Kimutai          Mr. Paul Sang

Otedo William Adhoch

D53/CE/15816/2005

Factors Affecting Performance of Quality Assurance and Standards Offices - A Case Study of Kiambu County

Project Management

Mr. Murungi

Mege Harry Odiwuor

D53/OL/11068/06

An Assessment of Factors Influencing the Implementation of Rural Electrification Projects in Homabay District, Homabay County

Project Management

Mr. Paul Sang                     Ms. Rosemary James

Rita Njambi Ng'ang'a

D53/15290/2008

An Analysis of the Factors Influencing the Implementation of the Youth Enterprise Development Fund (YEDF) in Kenya. A Survey Of Westlands Constituency, Nairobi County

Project Management

Ms. Gladys Kimutai            Mr. Paul Sang

 

Esther Gakii Ngiri

D53/PT/13077/09

Factors Influencing Performance of Rural Development Community - Based Projects in Murang'a South District, Murang'a County

Project Management

Mr. Paul Sang                   Ms. Gladys Kimutai

Maithulia Mutwiri Moses

D53/CE/11746/2008

Factors Influencing Implementation of Donor Funded Projects in Meru County

Project Management

Mr. Kilika                          Mrs. Genga

Fowzia Ibrahim Hussein

D53/CTY/PT/21282/10

Factors Affecting the Performance of Projects in Hargeisa Somaliland. A Case Study of the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP)

Project Management

Mr. Sang

Jones O. Mobegi

D53/PT/12444/2009

An Analysis of Information Communication Technology Adoption and Performance of Rural Based Business Projects. Case of Kibwezi District - Makueni County

Project Management

Mr. Obere                          Mr. Nzulwa

Rutere Jenniffer Kathambi

D53/PT/12493/2009

Assessing Factors Affecting Agents Operating Agent Banking in Kenya

Project Management

Dr. Namusonge                Mr. Murungi

Flora Vihenda Mwala

D53/CTY/PT/10595/2008

Effect of Project Monitoring on Implementation of Economic Stimulus Projects in Education Sector within Nairobi County, Kenya

Project Management

Dr. Muathe                        Mr. Kilika

Robin M. Mbae

D53/CTY/PT/20787/2010

Factors Influencing Implementation of ALLPRO Beekeeping Project in Kajiado and Mwingi Districts

Project Management

Ms. Gladys Kimutai             Ms. Rosemary James

Kariuki Samuel K

D53/OL/16161/2006

An Analysis of Effects of Project Risks on Performance of CDF Projects in Kenya. A Case of Kieni Constituency

Project Management

Ms. Gladys Kimutai             Ms. Rosemary James

Jayne Khwivaso Makale

D53/CTY/PT/20714/2010

Determinants of Effective Performance of Contact Centres in Commercial Banks in Kenya. Case Study of Selected Banks in Kenya

Project Management

Mr. Paul Sang              Ms. Gladys Kimutai

Maina P. Gichuki

D53/OL/11062/2007

Factors Affecting Monitoring and Evaluation of Microfinance Institutions' (MFS's) Projects in Kenya. A Case Study of Murang'a County

Project Management

Mr. Sang                          Ms. Rosemary James

Peter Kibocha Maina

D53/OL/16334/06

The Effect of Project Management Processes on Performance of Secondary Schools in Kenya. A Case of Nyeri County

Project Management

Ms. Gladys Kimutai         Mr. Paul Sang

Simon Mamadi Shiamwana

D53/CE/11727/2008

Determine factors that affect the performance of retirees' Business projects in Kakamega Municipality

Project Management

Mr.A. Thuo Ms.F.Abdul

Benedict Felix Okumu

D53/CE/15578/2008

Investigation of Challenges Affecting Implementation of Poverty Alleviation Projects by Pastoral Integrated Support Programme (PISP) in Marsabit District, Kenya

Project Management

Mr. Obere                                 Mrs. Gitonga

Meri Jino Bornd

D53EA/CTY/PT/20840/10

Determinants of Effective Monitoring and Evaluation Systems for Non Profit Projects. A Case of International Non Governmental Organizations Projects in Nairobi

Project Management

Ms. Kimutai                  Mr. Sang

mbithi M. Mulwa

D53/MSA/11112/07

A Survey of Open, Distance and Electronic Learning Mode in Kenyan Universities with a  bias to Administration, Delivery and Evaluation Functions

Project Management

Mr. Francis Kiarie                             Mr. Samson Kaplelach

Nancy Kemuma Onchoke

D53/CTY/PT/20026/2010

Factors Influencing Performance of Community Development Projects in Kenya. A Case of Kisii Central District

Project Management

Ms. Gladys Kimutai

Caroline Cherop Korir

D53/PT/CTY/13767/2009

Challenges Affecting Successful Implementation of Water and Sanitation Projects in Urban Slum Areas in Kenya. A Case Study of Mukuru Slum

Project Management

Mr. Bett

Rebecca Chebore Boen

D53/OL/14894/2009

Determinants of Human Resource Performance in Project- Oriented Organizations in Kericho Municipality

Project Management

Dr. Nzuki

Mwakio Samuel

D53/OL/14674/2009

Influence of Compensation Strategies on Project Team Performance in Local Government Projects: A Case Study of Karatina Open Air Market Project

Project Management

Dr. David Nzuki

Backstone Otieno Ang'ana

D53/CTY/PT/20914/2010

Determinants of Effective Supply Chain Management Performance in Road Construction Projects in Kenya

Project Management

Ms. Gladys Kimutai

Owoko Raphael Mono

D53/OL/15272/2008

Determinants of Successful Delivery of Housing Construction Projects in the Ministry of Housing in Nairobi, Kenya

Project Management

Ms. Gladys Kimutai

Kaburu Beatrice Njeri

D53/NYI/PT/21769/2010

An Investigation into the Factors Influencing Success of CDF Financed Community projects in Nyeri County: A Survey of CDF Financed Community Projects in Kieni East District

Project Management

Ms. Anne Muchemi

Joseph Kingo'ri Wamuyu

D53/NYI/PT/21456/2010

Challenges Facing Public Secondary School Heads in the Management of School Projects. A Case of Mathira Constituency

Project Management

Ms. Rosemary James

John Edgar Kihato Chege

D53/PT/CTY/13759/09

Barriers to the Exchange of Electronic Medical Recordss between Hospitals Funded by Donors to Treat HIV/AIDs in Nairobi

Project Management

Mr. Julius Murungi

Charles M. Jumba

D53/OL/16188/06

The Effect of Corporate Culture on Project Performance at Nation Media Group

Project Management

Mr. Sang

Stephen Tembo Gambo

D53/OL/16333/2006

Evaluation of Challenges Facing Industrial Crops Farming in the Coastal Region of Kenya

project Management

Mr. Maina Rugami                 Mr. Francis Kiarie

Joyce N. Kaniu

D53/NYI/PT/22318/2010

Factors Affecting Effective Implementation of Street Children Projects in Kenya: A Case of Nanyuki Municipality

project Management

Ms. Rosemary James

Elizabeth Wanda Mutisya

D53/PT/12492/2009

The Role of Participatory Monitoring and Evaluation for Sustainable Backyard Aquaculture: A Survey of Fish Projects in Kikuyu, Lari and Githunguri

Project Management

Ms. Rosemary James              Mr. Sang

Julius Kipketer Leley

D53/CTY/PT/20628/2010

Determinants of Implementation of Donor-Funded Infrastructural Projects in Kenya: A Case of Roads in Nairobi County

Project Management

Mr. Sang

Elkana Cheruiyot Rorio

D53/MSA/PT/21860/10

Factors Influencing Customer Loyalty in the Banking Sector: A Case of Commercial Banks in Mombasa Kenya

project Management

Mr. Maina Rugami

 

Amimo Benard Mukhwana

D53/PT/15481/2008

Challenges Facing Implementation of Telehealth Projects in Kenya

Project Management

Mr. Sang

Mukhwana Delephine Nabangala

D53/10240/2007

An Assessment of the Factors Influencing Consittuency Youth Enterprise Fund Programme in Promoting the Growth of Micro and Small Enterprises in Webuye Constituency, Bungoma County

Project Management

Mr. Obere

Christine Kagendo

D53/PT/CTY/13785/2009

 

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