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1.0 BACKGROUND

1.1 UNIVERSITY VISION, MISSION AND PHILOSOPHY

Vision

The Vision of Maasai Mara University (MMU) is:

“to be a world class university committed to academic excellence for development”.

Mission

The Mission of Maasai Mara University is:

“to provide quality University education through innovative teaching, research and consultancy services for development”.

Philosophy

The Philosophy of MMU is:

“to promote holistic education for both students and staff through teaching, research, innovation and extension, in order to promote social, economic and political development of Kenya and beyond and to realize sustainable conservation of the environment through natural resource management and tourism”.

1.2 UNIVERSITY MINIMUM ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

The Maasai Mara University common regulations for admission for undergraduate programmes shall apply. As stipulated by Maasai Mara University Senate, the minimum requirement for admission for an undergraduate degree course is a mean grade of C+ in the Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) examination or its equivalent as determined by the Kenya National Examinations Council (KNEC). In addition, the regular government sponsored students are admitted upon meeting the requirements stipulated by the Kenya Universities and Colleges Central Placement Service (KUCCPS). Students on the Privately Sponsored Students Programme (PSSP) are admitted upon meeting the requirements specified in section 2.7.1.

1.3 ACADEMIC RESOURCES FOR THE SUPPORT OF THE PROGRAMME

The University has adequate resources to support the programme. For Staffing, see Appendix 1.

2.0 THE PROGRAMME

2.1 TITLE

The title of the programme is Bachelor of Commerce (BCom).

2.2 PHILOSOPHY

The Philosophy of the Bachelor of Commerce programme is to inculcate in the students a commercial culture; one that will provide a strong academic and professional foundation in business and organizational management. This will be achieved by equipping the learners with the appropriate knowledge, skills, attitudes and strong ethical foundations to enable them to meet the ever evolving career requirements for business and organizational managers in the private, public and nonprofit sectors or for starting and managing business ventures successfully.

2.3 RATIONALE

This programme has been developed in response to the changing needs of both the private and public sector based on a situational analysis. The programme is intended to develop trainees to acquire skills in: business administration, entrepreneurship, and project and programme management. Business and organizational managerial skills will be emphasized so as to make graduates from the programme useful to business and other economic, social and political organizations.

2.4 GOAL

The goal of the programme is to orient and/or re-orient students’ thinking into creating jobs for themselves and others as opposed to focusing on getting employed in the formal sector.

2.5 EXPECTED LEARNING OUTCOMES / PROGRAMME OBJECTIVES

The Programme aims at providing the students with knowledge and skills that will enable them to:

  1. Contribute to national and international economic growth by providing quality business management training and outreach.
  2. Promote co-operation and awareness between academia and the general business community.
  3. Promote the use of basic and applied research and the development of training tools in commerce.
  4. Design solutions to the dynamics and challenges of rapidly changing global market.
  5. Undertake further studies in commerce and related areas.

2.6 MODE OF DELIVERY

The programme shall be delivered using any or a combination of following the modes:

  1. Face-to-face learning mode (for full-time, part-time, evening, weekend students);
  2. Open and distance learning mode;
  3. E-learning mode;
  4. Blended mode.

The mode of delivery may, however, vary from time to time and from Campus to Campus based on the specific needs of the students, the environment, and the available resources.

2.7 ACADEMIC REGULATIONS

2.7.1 Admission Requirements

The Maasai Mara University common regulations for admission into undergraduate programmes shall apply. Whereas the regular government sponsored students are admitted upon meeting the requirements stipulated by the KUCCPS, to be admitted forthe Privately Sponsored Students Programme, an applicant should be a holder of:

  1. At least a mean grade of C+ (plus) and a C (plain) in English Language and C (plain) in Mathematics or at least a D+ in Mathematics and a C (plain) in Commerce, Business Studies, Accounting, or Economics; in the Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education; OR,
  2. At least two Principal and one Subsidiary passes in Kenya Advanced Certificate of Education (KACE); OR,
  3. A two-year Diploma in Entrepreneurship, Business Management, Economics, or any other business area of study from Maasai Mara University or any institution recognized by Maasai Mara University Senate with at least an overall grade of “Credit” to be admitted in the second year of study while those with an overall grade of “Pass” to be admitted in the first year of study; OR,
  4. A two-year Diploma in non-business area of study to be admitted in first year of study; OR,
  5. A one-year Diploma from Maasai Mara University or from other institutions recognized by Maasai Mara University Senate (e.g. KIM, ABE, CIM and CIPS) to be admitted in the first year of study.
  6. CPA/CPS 1, 2, or 3 to be admitted to either first, second, or third year of study respectively.

2.7.2 Credit Transfer

Transfer of Credits shall be accepted for purposes of student mobility and recognition of previous learning subject to Senate-approved common regulations on credit transfers for undergraduate programmes. In addition, the following regulations shall apply:-

  1. In line with the existing qualification frameworks, credit transfers shall only be accepted from accredited institutions and programmes;
  2. Credit transfers may be permitted up to a maximum of 49% of the core courses/units for similar programmes at the same level;
  3. No credit transfer shall be allowed in respect of University-wide Common Courses.

2.7.3 Student Assessment Policy/Criteria

The stipulations on student assessment as contained in the Common Rules and Regulations for Undergraduate Examinations of Maasai Mara University shall apply. The pass mark for each course shall be 40%. There shall be a written end-of-semester examination for each course taken during the semester, and it will contribute 70% of the total marks for each course. In addition, there shall be Continuous Assessment Tests (CATs) worth 30% of the total marks for each course. CATs will normally be in the form of assignments, sit-in tests, seminars, term papers, or essays.

Letter grades shall be assigned to the respective performance levels in individual courses as follows:

Letter Grade                          Performance

A                                            70% and above

B                                             60-69 %

C                                             50-59 %

D                                             40-49%

E (Fail)                                    39% and below

2.7.4 Examination Regulations

Examinations will be governed by the Common Rules and Regulations for Undergraduate Examinations of Maasai Mara University.

2.7.5 Graduation Requirements

To qualify for graduation, a student will be required to pass a total of 58 courses, comprising of 6 University-wide Common Courses, 37 Programme Core courses, 12 Specialization courses and 3 Elective courses. In total, a candidate must cover a total of credit hours 180, which is within the range of 168-192 credit hours for an undergraduate programme as per the Standards and Guidelines for Academic Programme (INST/STD/00) from the Commission for University Education.These are distributed as presented in Table 1.

Table 1: Requirements for Graduation

S/No

Category of Courses

No. of Courses

No. of Credit Hours

1

University-wide Common Courses

6

18

2

Programme Core Courses

37

117

3

Specialization Courses

12

36

4

Elective Courses

3

9

 

Total

58

180

For a more detailed presentation on the distribution of various courses by category, semester and academic year, see Table 2.

2.7.6 Degree Classification

The stipulations on Degree Classification as contained in the Common Rules and Regulations for Undergraduate Examinations of Maasai Mara University shall apply. The degree to be conferred to each candidate shall, therefore, be classified based on the overall weighted average performance as follows:

            Classification                                                 Percentage Level

First Class Honours                                        70% and above

Second Class Honours, Upper Division         60-69 %

Second Class Honours, Lower Division         50-59 %

Pass                                                                 40-49%

Academic credits acquired elsewhere and transferred into a student’s programme shall not be considered in the calculation of the final classification his/her degree. 

2.7.7 Regulations for Research Project

Each student shall carry out a supervised individual research project in a relevant area of business or organizational management. The research project shall be undertaken as per the relevant Policy and Procedures governing the conduct of research by undergraduate students as documented in the Quality Management System of Maasai Mara University.

2.8 COURSE EVALUATION

The programme shall be evaluated as per the Maasai Mara University Quality Management System (QMS) Policy and Procedures on course evaluation. The evaluation shall cover all the aspects of each courseincluding the course content, instructional process, infrastructure and equipment for the delivery of the course, instructional and reference materials,and assessments.The feedback on course evaluation shall be utilized in decision-making with regard to all the coursesin the programme.

2.9 MANAGEMENT AND ADMINISTRATION

The management and administration of the Bachelor of Commerce programme shall be undertaken in such a way that it will ensure adequateacademic leadership and internal quality assurance mechanisms. The programme will be taught by a mix of professors, senior lecturers, lecturers and assistant lecturers. The senior academic staff shall provide the necessary academic leadershipat both the department and school levels. 

For effective and efficient teaching and learning, the Maasai Mara University ISO policies and procedures contained in various Quality Manuals of the Quality Management System (QMS) shall be followed strictly. There shall be proper documentation of any deviations or non-conformities and prompt corrective action.

2.10 COURSE DISTRIBUTION TABLE

The degree programme comprises of University-wide Common Courses, Programme Core Courses, Specialization Courses, and Elective Courses. The distribution of the courses and the respective credit hours are presented in Table 2.

Table 2: Distribution of Courses by Year and Category

YEAR OF STUDY

CATEGORY

TOTAL COURSES

TOTAL CREDIT HOURS

University-Wide Common

Programme Core

Specialization

Elective

Year 1

 

 

 

 

 

 

Semester 1

2

5

 -

 -

7

21

Semester 2

1

6

 -

 -

7

21

Sub-total

3

11

0

0

14

42

Year 2

 

 

 

 

 

 

Semester 1

2

6

 -

 -

8

24

Semester 2

 -

7

 -

 -

7

21

Sub-total

2

13

0

0

15

45

Year 3

 

 

 

 

 

 

Semester 1

 -

3

3

1

7

21

Semester 2

1

4

3

 -

8

27

Sub-total

1

7

6

1

15

48

Year 4

 

 

 

 

 

 

Semester 1

 -

3

3

1

7

24

Semester 2

 -

3

3

1

7

21

Sub-total

0

6

6

2

14

45

TOTAL COURSES

6

37

12

3

58

180

NB:Each course carries 3 Credit Hours except Industrial Attachment and Research Project which carry 6 Credit Hours each.

  1. a) University-Wide Common Courses

Students are required to take all the University-wide courses. These are the courses which are common to all degree programmes in Maasai Mara University and, therefore, tie the graduates to the Alma-Marta (Alumni) of the university. There are six (6) University-wide Common Courses as listed below:

  Code                         Title                                        Credit Hours

CMJ 1100:      Communication Skills                                     3

ZOO 1100:      HIV & AIDS and Lifestyle Diseases                3

COM 1200:     Computer and Information Literacy                3

ENS 2100:      Environmental Skills                                        3

REL 2100:       Philosophy and Critical Thinking                    3

BBM 3200:     Entrepreneurship Skills                                    3

Three of the courses are to be taken in the first year of study. Another two and one courses shall be taken in the second and third years of study respectively. Each of the six courses is worth 3 credit hours. This means that together, the University-wide courses are worth a total of eighteen (18) credit hours. 

  1. b) Programme Core Courses

Programme Core Courses are the courses that all BCom students must take regardless of their areas of specialization. Programme Core Courses are spread through the four years of study.

c)SpecializationCourses

Specialization Courses are those that are taken by only students opting for a given area of specialization. The Specialization Courses are spread through the 3rdand 4thyears of study.

The specialization courses are organized around the following five (5) areas specializations:-

  1. Accounting
  2. Finance and Banking
  3. Marketing Management
  4. Purchasing and Supplies Management
  5. Business Administration
  6. d) Electives Courses

A student enrolled in the BCom programme is required to take elective courses in the 3rdand 4thyears of study. Elective Courses at a given level will be picked from Programme Core Courses on offer in the other areas of specialization.

2.11 DURATION, LIST OF COURSES AND STRUCTURE OF THE PROGRAMME

The duration of the course shall normally be four academic years made up of two semesters each. 

The courses and structure of the programme is as presented below.

YEAR 1

Year 1 Semester 1(7 COURSES)

                                                                                                                                                COURSE CODE                              COURSE TITLE                        CREDIT HOURS

CMJ 1100                               Communication Skills                                                   3

ZOO 1100                               HIV & AIDS and Lifestyle Diseases                               3

BCM 1103                              Foundations of Accounting I                                         3

BCM 1104                              Introduction to Business Studies                                  3 

BCM 1105                              Introduction to Computer Science                                3

BCM 1108                              Business Mathematics I                                                3

ECO 1103                               Introduction to Microeconomics                                   3

Total                                                                                                                            21____

Year 1 Semester 2(7 COURSES)

                                                                                                                                                COURSE CODE                              COURSE TITLE                        CREDIT HOURS

COM 1200                              Computer and Information Literacy                       3

BCM 1206                              Foundations of Accounting II                                   3

BCM 1207                              Theory &  Practice  of management                         3

BCM 1209                              Introduction to Business information systems          3

BCM 1211                              Business Mathematics II                                        3

BCM 1212                              Business Law                                                       3

ECO 1203                               Introduction to Macroeconomics                            3

Total                                                                                                                     21____

YEAR 2

Year 2 Semester 1(8 COURSES)

  COURSE CODE                             COURSE TITLE                              CREDIT HOURS

REL 2100                                Philosophy and Critical Thinking                                           3

ENS 2100                                Environmental Skills                                                              3

BCM 2103                              Introduction to Programming                                                3

BCM 2104                              Financial Accounting I                                                            3

BCM 2105                              Principles of Marketing                                                          3

BCM 2106                              Human Resource Management                                             3

BCM 2107                              Business Statistics                                                                 3

ECO 2103                               Intermediate Micro economics                                             3

Total                                                                                                                                       24____

Year 2 Semester 2(7 COURSES)

  COURSE CODE                             COURSE TITLE                              CREDIT HOURS

BCM 2208                              Management Information Systems                                          3

BCM 2209                              Principles of Finance                                                                3

BCM 2210                              Introduction to Risk and Insurance                                      3

BCM 2211                              Entrepreneurship Theory and Concepts                                  3

BCM 2212                             Financial Accounting II                                                           3

BCM 2213                             Introduction to Purchasing                                                      3

ECO 2201                               Intermediate Macroeconomics                                                 3

Total                                                                                                                                       21____

YEAR 3

Year 3Semester 1

(1) ACCOUNTING OPTION (7 COURSES)

COURSE CODE                              COURSE TITLE                              CREDIT HOURS

BCM 3113                              Business Finance                                                                    3

BCM 3163                              Organizational Theory and Behaviour                                     3

BCM 3151                              Managerial Statistics                                                               3

BCM 3101                              Public Sector Accounting                                                       3

BCM 3103                              Introduction to Management Accounting                               3

BCM 3105                              Audit & Internal Review                                                         3

Plus one Elective                     ………………………………………………………                   3

Total                                                                                                                                       21____

(2) FINANCE & BANKING OPTION (7 COURSES)

COURSE CODE                              COURSE TITLE                              CREDIT HOURS

BCM 3113                              Business Finance                                                                    3

BCM 3163                              Organizational Theory and Behaviour                         3

BCM 3153                              Managerial Statistics                                                               3

BCM 3114                              Banking Theory and Practice                                                  3

BCM 3115                              Financial Institutions and Markets                                          3

BCM 3116                              Asset Valuation & Management                                             3

Plus one Elective                     ………………………………………………………                   3

Total                                                                                                                                       21____

(3) MARKETING MANAGEMENT OPTION (7 COURSES)

COURSE CODE                               COURSE TITLE                               CREDIT HOURS 

BCM 3113                              Business Finance                                                                    3

BCM 3163                              Organizational Theory and Behaviour                         3

BCM 3153                              Managerial Statistics                                                               3

BCM 3133                              Marketing Management                                                          3

BCM 3134                              Consumer Behaviour                                                              3

BCM 3138                              Product Management                                                              3

Plus one Elective                     ………………………………………………………                   3

Total                                                                                                                                       21____

(4) PURCHASING AND SUPPLIES MANAGEMENT OPTION (7 COURSES)

COURSE CODE                                COURSE TITLE                              CREDIT HOURS

BCM 3113                              Business Finance                                                                    3

BCM 3163                              Organizational Theory and Behaviour                         3

BCM 3153                              Managerial Statistics                                                               3

BCM 3148                              Purchasing Management                                                         3

BCM 3149                              Logistic Systems                                                                     3

BCM 3133                              Marketing Management                                                          3

Plus one Elective                     ………………………………………………………                   3

Total                                                                                                                                       21____

(5) BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION OPTION (7 COURSES)

COURSE CODE                               COURSE TITLE                               CREDIT HOURS 

BCM 3113                              Business Finance                                                                    3

BCM 3163                              Organizational Theory and Behaviour                         3

BCM 3153                              Managerial Statistics                                                           3

BCM 3133                              Marketing Management                                                          3

BCM 3105                             Introduction to Management Accounting                                3

BCM 3123                             Risk and Insurance Management                                            3

Plus one Elective                     ………………………………………………………                   3

Total                                                                                                                                       21____

Year 3Semester 2

(1) ACCOUNTING OPTION (8 COURSES)

COURSE CODE                              COURSE TITLE                              CREDIT HOURS

BBM 3200                               Entrepreneurship Skills                                                           3

BCM 3255                              Industrial Attachment                                                              6

BCM 3258                              Operations Research I                                                             3

BCM 3254                              Research Methods                                                                   3

BCM 3206                              Taxation                                                                                  3

BCM 3205                              Advanced Financial Accounting I                                           3

BCM 3208                              Accounting for Retirement Benefits                                        3

BCM 3261                              Financial Information System                                     3

Total                                                                                                                                       27____

(2) FINANCE & BANKING OPTION (8 COURSES)

COURSE CODE                              COURSE TITLE                              CREDIT HOURS

BBM 3200                               Entrepreneurship Skills                                                           3

BCM 3255                              Industrial Attachment                                                              6

BCM 3258                              Operations Research I                                                             3

BCM 3254                              Research Methods                                                                   3

BCM 3206                              Taxation                                                                                 3

BCM 3217                              Corporate Finance                                                                   3

BCM 3226                              Public Finance and Fiscal Policy                                             3

BCM 3261                              Financial Information System                                     3

Total                                                                                                                                       27____ 

(3) MARKETING MANAGEMENT OPTION (8 COURSES)

COURSE CODE                              COURSE TITLE                                CREDIT HOURS 

BBM 3200                               Entrepreneurship Skills                                                           3

BCM 3255                              Industrial Attachment                                                              6

BCM 3258                              Operations Research I                                                             3

BCM 3254                              Research Methods                                                                   3

BCM 3206                              Taxation                                                                                 3

BCM 3235                              Channel Management                                                  3

BCM 3236                              Sales Management                                                                  3

BCM 3240                              Marketing of Services                                                             3

Total                                                                                                                                       27____ 

(4) PURCHASING AND SUPPLIES MANAGEMENT OPTION (8 COURSES)

COURSE CODE                              COURSE TITLE                                CREDIT HOURS

BBM 3200                               Entrepreneurship Skills                                                           3

BCM 3255                              Industrial Attachment                                                              6

BCM 3258                              Operations Research I                                                             3

BCM 3254                              Research Methods                                                                   3

BCM 3206                              Taxation                                                                                 3

BCM 3250                              Logistics Management                                                            3

BCM 3251                              Supply Chain Management                                                     3

BCM 3295                              Warehousing and Inventory Management                               3

Total                                                                                                                                       27____

(5) BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION OPTION (8 COURSES)

  COURSE CODE                           COURSE TITLE                                 CREDIT HOURS

BBM 3200                               Entrepreneurship Skills                                                           3

BCM 3255                              Industrial Attachment                                                              6

BCM 3258                              Operations Research I                                                             3

BCM 3254                              Research Methods                                                                   3

BCM 3206                              Taxation                                                                                 3

BCM 3262                              Co-operative Management                                                      3

BCM 3278                              Innovation and Micro- Enterprise Development                     3

BCM 3275                              Culture and Management                                                        3

Total                                                                                                                                       27____

YEAR 4

Year 4Semester 1

(1) ACCOUNTING OPTION(7 COURSES)

COURSE CODE                              COURSE TITLE                              CREDIT HOURS

BCM 4163                              Research Project                                                                      6

BCM 4113                              Financial Management                                                3

BCM 4109                              Business Social Responsibility, Values & Ethics                    3

BCM 4103                              Advanced Taxation                                                                 3

BCM 4104                              Management Accounting                                                        3

BCM 4105                              Auditing & Assurance Services                                              3

Plus one Elective                     ………………………………………………………                   3

Total                                                                                                                                       24____

(2) FINANCE & BANKING OPTION (7 COURSES)

COURSE CODE                              COURSE TITLE                              CREDIT HOURS

BCM 4163                              Research Project                                                                      6

BCM 4113                              Financial Management                                                3

BCM 4109                              Business Social Responsibility, Values & Ethics                    3

BCM 4112                              Performance Management                                                       3

BCM 4117                              Real Estate Finance                                                                 3

BCM 4114                              Financial Economics                                                               3

Plus one Elective                     ………………………………………………………                   3

Total                                                                                                                                       24____

(3) MARKETING MANAGEMENT OPTION (7 COURSES)

COURSE CODE                               COURSE TITLE                               CREDIT HOURS 

BCM 4163                              Research Project                                                                      6

BCM 4113                              Financial Management                                                3

BCM 4109                              Business Social Responsibility, Values & Ethics                    3

BCM 4133                              Marketing Communications                                                    3

BCM 4134                              International Marketing                                                           3

BCM 4136                              Relationship Marketing                                                           3

Plus one Elective                     ………………………………………………………                   3

Total                                                                                                                                       24____

(4) PURCHASING AND SUPPLIES MANAGEMENT OPTION (7 COURSES)

COURSE CODE                              COURSE TITLE                                CREDIT HOURS

BCM 4163                              Research Project                                                                      6

BCM 4113                              Financial Management                                                3

BCM 4109                              Business Social Responsibility, Values & Ethics                    3

BCM 4182                              Project Management                                                                3

BCM 4148                              Logistic Strategy                                                                     3

BCM 4149                              International Purchasing                                                          3

Plus one Elective                     ………………………………………………………                   3

Total                                                                                                                                       21____

(5) BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION OPTION (7 COURSES)

COURSE CODE                                          COURSE TITLE                  CREDIT HOURS 

BCM 4163                              Research Project                                                                   6

BCM 4113                              Financial Management                                                           3

BCM 4109                              Business Social Responsibility, Values & Ethics                      3

BCM 4182                              Project Management                                                              3

BCM 4103                              Advanced Taxation                                                                3

BCM 4195                              Management of Strategic Change                                          3

Plus one Elective                     ………………………………………………………                   3

Total                                                                                                                                       24____

Year 4Semester 2

(1) ACCOUNTING OPTION(7 COURSES)

  COURSE CODE                            COURSE TITLE                              CREDIT HOURS

BCM 4250                              Production and Operations Management                                3

BCM 4278                              International Business Management                                        3

BCM 4275                              Business Policy & Strategy                                                      3

BCM 4206                              Advanced Financial Accounting II                                           3

BCM 4215                              Company Law                                                                          3

BCM 4253                              Accounting Information System                                              3

Plus one Elective                     ………………………………………………………                    3

Total                                                                                                                                        21____

 

(2) FINANCE & BANKING OPTION (7 COURSES)

 COURSE CODE                             COURSE TITLE                              CREDIT HOURS

BCM 4250                              Production and Operations Management                                3

BCM 4278                              International Business Management                                        3

BCM 4275                              Business Policy & Strategy                                                      3

BCM 4217                              Investment and Portfolio Management                                    3

BCM 4218                              International Finance                                                                3

BCM 4215                              Company Law                                                                          3

Plus one Elective                     ………………………………………………………                   3 

Total                                                                                                                                        21____

(3) MARKETING MANAGEMENT OPTION (7 COURSES)

COURSE CODE                               COURSE TITLE                               CREDIT HOURS 

BCM 4250                              Production and Operations Management                                3

BCM 4278                              International Business Management                                        3

BCM 4275                              Business Policy & Strategy                                                      3

BCM 4237                              Advertising & Brand Management                                          3

BCM 4238                              Agribusiness Marketing Systems                                            3

BCM 4257                              Marketing Information Systems                                               3

Plus one Elective                     ………………………………………………………                    3

Total                                                                                                                                       21____

(4) PURCHASING AND SUPPLIES MANAGEMENT OPTION (7 COURSES)

COURSE CODE                        COURSE TITLE                                                CREDIT HOURS 

BCM 4250                              Production and Operations Management                                3

BCM 4278                              International Business Management                                        3

BCM 4275                              Business Policy & Strategy                                                      3

BCM 4268                              Total Quality Management                                                       3

BCM 4252                              Emerging Issues in Purchasing & Supplies                             3

BCM 4251                              Procurement & Supply Law                                                     3

Plus one Elective                     ………………………………………………………                    3

Total                                                                                                                                        21____

(5) BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION OPTION (7 COURSES)

COURSE CODE                                 COURSE TITLE                              CREDIT HOURS 

BCM 4250                              Production and Operations Management                                3

BCM 4277                              International Business Management                                        3

BCM 4275                              Business Policy & Strategy                                                      3

BCM 4268                              Total Quality Management                                                       3

BCM 4270                              Contemporary Issues in Management                                     3

BCM 4269                              Managerial Economics                                                             3

Plus one Elective                     ………………………………………………………                     3

Total                                                                                                                                        21____ 

Collaborations and Linkages

University of Pau-France

It was requested that MMU to host one French Master of Tourism student for internship in 2014.The details to be discussed between Dean Tourism MMU and Director Tourism University of Pau France after the conference.

Clemson University - U.S.A.

Exchange research, training and workshop conference Developing a tourism information system for Maasai Mara Game Reserve

University of Bordeaux 3-France

Establishment of a French Language Institute/ centre Maasai Mara University is currently teaching French language to students undertaking tourism, arts and hospitality courses.

Aarhus University- Denmark

Establish and promote joint research, development projects and academic cooperation with focus on the Maasai Mara (ecosystem, living conditions, economic growth and biodiversity)

Regents University-London-U.K

Areas of collaboration: Education cooperation and articulation programmes. Research collaboration Exchange of students, faculty and staff members Joint consultancy activities Knowledge transfer Participation in seminar and academic meetings Exchange of academic materials and other information.

Kenya Industrial Estates

Create incubation centers and incubate student's projects with potential for commercialization. Attachment of MMU staff to enterprise funded through KIE for purposes of gaining experience that would be ploughed back into teaching.

University of Hertfordshire.- London-U.K

To conduct a survey to identify current research, educational, policy and regulatory activities (Governmental, academic, NGO)

University of Munster, Germany

The parties agree to collaborate in the following area of mutual interest: Explore possibilities for joint research programmes, Exchanges for students.

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