Bachelor of Commerce

    Intake Periods
  • January
  • May
  • September
    Modes of Study
  • Full Time
  • Part Time
  • Weekend
Course Overview

This programme provides a general coverage of business management encompassing all aspects of business, finance, management and IT. The curriculum has a strong emphasis on project work, building problems solving and critical thinking skills needed by professionals in the corporate world. By the end of the programme the graduate should exhibit strong business orientation and knowledge, execute ethical and demonstrate adequate research and industrial exposure. Students can choose an area of specialization in any of the six areas: Finance, Accounting, Banking, Entrepreneurship, Human Resources Management, and Marketing.

Specialization
  • Finance,
  • Accounting,
  • Banking,
  • Entrepreneurship,
  • Human Resources Management
  • Marketing
Who Can Join

This programme is suitable for anyone seeking practical knowledge on the fundamentals of business. It is a flexible business programme with a wide range of study areas for those who are looking for a wider variety of career options.

Entry Qualifications

KCSE mean grade C+ (plus) OR any other equivalent qualification approved by the university senate. For actual subject and work experience requirements please contact the enrollment office.

Duration: 3 years (9 trimesters)

Curriculum Road Map
Year I
Year II
Year III
Trimester I Trimester II Trimester III
  • CUU 1002 Information Literacy
  • ICT 1101 Introduction to Information Systems
  • ACC 1101 Introduction to Accounting I
  • BAM 1101 Business Studies
  • BAM 1102 Principles of Management
  • CUU 1003 Communication Skills
  • MAT 1102 Management Mathematics I
  • CUU 1001 Health Awareness &Life Skills
  • BAM 1204 Business Law
  • BAM 1205 Development Studies and Ethics
  • ACC 1202 Introduction to Accounting II
  • ECO 1201 Introduction to Microeconomics
  • MKT 1101 Principles of Marketing
  • MAT 1203 Management Mathematics II
  • ACC 1303 Introduction to Taxation
  • ACC 1304 Intermediate Accounting I
  • FIN 1301 Business Finance
  • STA 1305 Business Statistics I
  • ECO 1302 Introduction to Macroeconomics
  • HRM 1302 Introduction to Human Resource Management