Department of Business

Dickson Moywaywa - COD, Business

The Business Department has quite satisfied the thirst of experienced professionals who have a positive mind set in establishing a multinational cooperation. We turn curiosity into discovery, changing what we know about the world.

The pursuit of fundamental knowledge lifts the human spirit and inspires us. We have a profound impact on the way the world does business. We offer the corporate excellence to all Business related professionals.

Creating an environment that results to win-win relationships both locally and globally is our key objective.

Talk to us – we always speak your language

Certificate Courses

·       Certificate in Business management

·       Certificate in Procurement and Logistics Management

Diploma Courses

·       Diploma in Business Management

·       Diploma in Procurement and Logistics Management

·       Diploma in Accounting

Bachelors:

·       Bachelor of Commerce (BCom)

·       Bachelor of Procurement and Logistics Management

·       Bachelor of Science in Economics and Statistics

·       Bachelor of Cooperative Management

·       Bachelor of Entrepreneurship and Enterprise Management

·       Bachelor of Purchasing and Supplies Management

Postgraduate Courses:

·       Master of Business administration (MBA)

·       Master of Science in Procurement and logistics management

·       Master of Science in Economic

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KASNEB COURSES (The Kenya Accountants and Secretaries National Examinations Board)

  • Certified Public Accountants (C.P.A) -ALL SECTION
  • Certified Credit Professionals (C.C.P) -ALL SECTION
  • Certified Public Secretaries (C.P.S) -ALL SECTION
Nyakundi, M. H., Simiyu, J. M., & Galo, N. M. (2017). Revenue Forecasting Approach Towards Public Sector Wage Bill Management Dilemma in Kenya. International Journal of Accounting, Finance and Risk Management, 2(2), 80.
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Simiyu, J. M. (2017). Effectiveness of Commercial Banks’ Strategies on the Frequency of Customers’ ATM Card Usage: A Case of Commercial Banks in Embu West District, Kenya. International Journal of Accounting, Finance and Risk Management, 2(4), 138.
 
Ndung’u, S. K., Simiyu, J., Galo, N., & Mbogo, J. (2014). The Effect of Dividend Announcementon Share Price Changes for Companieslisted at Nairobi Securities Exchange, Kenya.
 
DICKSON, M. M. (2018). INVENTORY MANAGEMENT PRACTICES AND OPERATIONAL PERFORMANCE OF KENYA ANIMAL FEEDS INDUSTRY (Doctoral dissertation, UNIVERSITY OF NAIROBI).