Welcome to the new School of Economics Building
Prof. Etyang with guests during the official opening of economic building
Heads,former Dean and other School Senior Staff during opening of the School Building
Dr Tom Kimani of AERC toured Kenyatta University to assess the capacity of the facilities to host the AERC,s Joint Faciliy for Electives, at the school of Economics. With Him is the dean, School of Economics, Prof. Wawire
Governor, Central Bank of Kenya with Members of University Management, staff from school of economics and invited guests outside the newly opened economics building.
(L-R) Prof. Njuguna donates two of his recent publications to the University through the Dean, School of Economics Prof. Nelson Wawire.
The Dean School of Economics, Professor Nelson Wawire, displays an award he won in Africa Education Leadership Award-Best Professor in Economics Category.
Mr. Kinuthia Wamwangi, Chairman Transition Authority visited the University on 25th of March 2015 to give a public lecture on ‘Understanding Devolution’
The Director New Hope Children’s Centre with donors and some of the Economic students
Prof John W Harris; based in Boston University and Prof Germano Mwabu of the University of Nairobi, on 4th February 2015.The duo were on a familiarization tour of KU School of Economics, and were received by the Dean of the School, Prof Nelson Wawire

Master of Economics (Agriculture)

First Year
Core Units
EET 500 Microeconomic Theory I
EET 501 Macroeconomic Theory I
EET 502 Microeconomic Theory II (Prerequisite: ETH 500)
EET 503 Macroeconomic Theory II (Prerequisite: ETH 501)
EES 500 Econometrics I
EES 501 Econometrics II (Prerequisite: EES 500)
EAE 507 Agricultural Economics
EAE 500 Project Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation

Second Year
Core
EAE 501 Economic Research Methodology
EAE 526 Economics of Global Food Security
EAE 534 Agricultural Policy Analysis
EAE 544 Research Project (Equivalent to four units)

Electives
One unit to be selected from the pool of electives

Last Updated on Saturday, 19 October 2013 20:55

News and Events

EcoPublic Lecture on 25 March 2015 on Devolution

The School of Economics held a Public lecture on the 25th of March 2015. The topic of the lecture was ‘Understanding Devolution’ and the key note speaker was Mr. Kinuthia Wamwangi, Chairman-Transition Authority. Among the issues the Speaker looked at were, the meaning of devolution, the role of Transition Authority in the devolution process, the objectives of devolution, the principles guiding devolution, the economic impact of devolution on the Kenyan economy, the status of devolution, the challenges facing devolution and the opportunities devolution offers to Universities and Kenyatta University in particular.

 

Official Launch of Master of Economics (Cooperation and Human Development)


 

First Year Students Orientation

In his speech, the dean of the School of Economics, Prof. Nelson Wawire, congratulated the first years for achieving admission to Kenyatta University and in the School of Economics. The faculty members from the school encouraged the students to work hard, set their goals right, and work towards achieving their goals. The dean explained the structure of the school expounded on the various program as; Bachelor of Economics and Finance......<<Read More>>


New Programme

The School, in Partnership with the University of Pavia, Cooperation and Development Network, UNDP, Tangaza College and CISP, has developed a Master of Economics (Cooperation & Human Development) which took off in September, 2013 with an initial enrolment of seventeen (17) students. Five (5) of the students are foreigners. Three (3) students from Malawi are on scholarships awarded by the project Onlus Malawi. Eight (8) students from Kenya were awarded scholarships by the Foundation Assistance International. UNDP has also extended financial support to the programme.


Testimonials

The school of economics has highly qualified lecturers who work tirelessly to help the student achieve their goals. The likes of Dr. Gachanja, DR. Onono, DR. Gitahi and many others are very industrious. They take the interest of students at heart. Apart from availing themselves in classes on time, they also create extra time for consultation and academic guidance and counseling where necessary. It is my prayer that God continues to bless them so that they continue with their hard work. Thank you.

Joseph Moyoncho
Economics and Finance Student

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PROFESSORS JOHN HARRIS AND GERMANO MWABU VISIT THE SCHOOL OF ECONOMICS ON 4TH FEBRUARY 2015

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The School of Economics at Kenyatta University was privileged to receive two scholars in Economics:- Prof John W Harris; based in Boston University and Prof Germano Mwabu of the University of Nairobi, on 4th February 2015.The duo were on a familiarization tour of KU School of Economics, and were received by the Dean of the School, Prof Nelson Wawire

 

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