Best Degree courses to do in Kenya when you are not good in Mathematics

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If you are not good in mathematics, there are specific university courses to study in Kenya and get a job quickly after graduation. Being not good in mathematics means that you are scoring less than 40% in Mathematics, which translates to a D+ and below.

Though many Kenyans try to imagine that being good in mathematics is the only way to success, there are several other courses which don’t require mathematics and are marketable.

The minimum qualification for a degree course in KCSE is C+.But you find that there is someone who scored a B plain in KCSE but only managed a C- or D+ in Mathematics. To make it easy for you to choose a course, we have listed the best degree courses for Kenyans who are not good in mathematics, they include:

  1. Bachelor of Arts in Criminology and Security Management
  2. Bachelor of Arts in Film and Animation Studies
  3. Bachelor of Arts in Mass Media and Communication
  4. Bachelor of Arts in Film and Animation Studies
  5. Bachelor of Counselling
  6. Bachelor of Education in Early Childhood Studies
  7. Bachelor of Education in Special Needs Education (Primary Option)
  8. Bachelor of Education (Arts)
  9. Bachelor of Education (Primary Education)
  10. Bachelor of Education in Special Needs Education (Secondary Option)
  11. Bachelor of Laws
  12. Bachelor of Management and Office Administration
  13. Bachelor of Science in Animal Health and Production
  14. Bachelor of Science in Animal Science
  15. Bachelor of Science in Hospitality Management
  16. Bachelor of Science in Nursing
  17. Bachelor of Science in Nursing (Mental Health and Psychiatry)
  18. Bachelor of Science in Nursing Pediatrics
  19. Bachelor of Science in Public Health

    You can pursue Bachelor of Journalism and start your own blog and media house. This course is ideal for individuals wanting to employ themselves.

Bachelor of Special Needs Education is another marketable course to study in Kenya because there are numerous special schools in Kenya. Teachers in special schools earn higher salaries than those in other normal schools.

Nursing is also another course which does not require one to score A in mathematics. You can be admitted with even a C- in Mathematics as long as your general grade is B+.

Another marketable course that doesn’t require mathematics is Bachelor of Law.I know several Kenyans who scored C plain in mathematics and ended up pursuing Bachelor of Law.