Chemistry is part of physical science and studies composition, properties, structure and changes that matter goes through.
Chemistry also covers composition, properties, structure and reactions of molecules, atoms and systems that include the two.
KSCE C+ (plus), Maths C+ (plus), Chemistry/Biological Sciences – B-(minus)
Alternatively: KSCE C (plain), Maths C+(plus), Chemistry C+(plus) and Diploma in Analytical Chemistry
Mean grade of C- (minus) at KCSE and progressed from certificate to Diploma at Kenyatta University or any other recognized/accredited Institutions. Mode of Study (e.g. Regular, IBP, ODeL, etc): Regular
Bachelor of Education Chemistry - course content
- The same entry requirements as for B.Sc. will apply for those wishing to study Chemistry as one of their subjects.
- In the first year students will study 4 units in Chemistry and in the second year 4 units.
- In the third and fourth year the student may study Chemistry as a major, regular or minor subject. The following options will therefore be offered in the third and fourth years.
Major 6 units, Regular 4 units, Minor 2 units.
- A student should not register for a course before he/she has taken the prerequisite course. Minors and regulars must choose their courses from the core units offered first before taking the electives. For a students to graduate he/she must have passed all the required units.