Bachelor Of Economics And Statistics, Bachelors Degree Program.

At University Of Nairobi

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Course Type: Bachelors Degree

Duration: 4 YEARS

Study Method: Fulltime

Fee: Kshs on application

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Overview:

The School economics at the University of Nairobi has an outstanding research capacity. Areas of capacity concentration include development economics, health economics, environmental and resource economics, macro economics, trade and finance, industrial and enterprise economics. The School also maintains close interactions with the School of Mathematics, Institute of Development Studies, the Kenya National Bureau of Statistics, the World Bank, the International Development Research Centre, the Central Bank of Kenya and the Ministry of Finance among other strategic institutions.

Course Details:

The School economics at the University of Nairobi has an outstanding research capacity. Areas of capacity concentration include development economics, health economics, environmental and resource economics, macro economics, trade and finance, industrial and enterprise economics. The School also maintains close interactions with the School of Mathematics, Institute of Development Studies, the Kenya National Bureau of Statistics, the World Bank, the International Development Research Centre, the Central Bank of Kenya and the Ministry of Finance among other strategic institutions.

Course Entry Requirements:

A candidate must satisfy the prescribed University of Nairobi requirements.


1.      KCSE with a mean grade of C+ and B plain in Mathematics


2.      KCE Division II with credit pass in mathematics


3.      KACE or EAACE certificate with two principal passes; with credit pass in Mathematics at KCSE or equivalent.


4.      A degree from a recognized University or its equivalent.

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Course Programme

100 Level Course Units


First Semester


Introduction to Microeconomics


Basic Mathematics


Economic History of Kenya


Introduction to Sociology


Introduction to Logic


Legal Systems and Methods


Introduction to Psychology


Communication Skills


Second Semester


Introduction to Macroeconomics


Economic Statistics 1


Calculus 1


Introduction to Political Economy


Introduction to Ethics


Introduction to Computers


Aspects of Language Skills


HIV/AIDS


200 Level Course Units


First Semester


Microeconomics


Linear Algebra


Calculus II


Mathematics for Economists 1


Economic Statistics II


Introduction to Financial Accounting


Introduction to Real Analysis & Topology


Human Health


Macroeconomics


Introduction to Ordinary Differential Equations


Electives


Introduction to Numerical Methods


Introduction to Optimization


Introduction to Management Accounting


Property Law


Science & Technology in Development


300 Level Course Units


First Semester


Mathematics for Economics II


Development Economics


Probability and Statistics II


Probability Modeling


Electives


Economic and Social Statistics


Theory of estimation


Intermediate Microeconomics


Entrepreneurship Development and Technology


Introduction to Labour Economics


Second Semester


Welfare Economics


Development Planning


Linear Modeling I


Testing Hypotheses


Introduction to Time Series Analysis


Statistical Inference


Intermediate Macroeconomics


Asset Pricing


Resource Economics


400 Level Course Units


First Semester


Public Economics


Introduction to Research Methods


Linear Modeling II


Sample Survey Theory


Stochastic Models for Social Processes


Institutional Economics


Poverty and Development


Research Paper


Applied Econometrics


Survey Research Methods


Second Semester


Electives


Environmental Economics


Monetary Economics


Economics of Industry


Non-Parametric Methods


Applied Multivariate


Applied Stochastic process