Archives and Library Certificate

KNEC

Certificate 2 years

Overview

This Archives Management Certificate program teaches archival history, theory, methods, organization and ethics with an archival practicum.

The program prepares students for careers in both digital and physical archives

The demand for archivists has expanded as society has become more aware of the value of preserving our heritage and records. Archivists collect, appraise, and preserve documents and materials found in manuscripts, moving images and photographs, oral-history recordings, multimedia, government records, and literary correspondence.

Graduates of this program work in varied settings, such as public archives, colleges and universities, museums and cultural heritage sites, photographic and film collections, public libraries, foundations, government agencies, and corporations.

Entry requirements

  • KCSE mean Grade D (plain)

Colleges offering Archives and Library Certificate course

Entry requirements

  • KCSE mean Grade D (plain)

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