JKUAT Diploma, Degree and PhD in Architecture admission requirements and fee structure

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Below are the entry requirements for Architecture related courses at JKUAT and fee structure:

Diploma in Architecture: 6 Semesters
Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) aggregate grade C or equivalent and grades C- in English/Kiswahili, Mathematics, Physics, Geography or Drawing and Design or Art and Design or History and Government or Chemistry (C Physical Science) OR A-Level Certificate with one (1) Principal Pass in Mathematics or Physics and two subsidiary passes or other equivalent qualifications as approved by the University Senate.

Master of Urban Design; 2 Years
Applications should either be: Holders of a Bachelor’s Degree with at least a 2nd Class Honors (Upper Division) from JKUAT in relevant fields or from any other institution recognized by the JKUAT Senate, OR Holders of other qualifications recognized by JKUAT senate as being equivalent or higher than those specified above.

Ph.D Architecture
A holder of a Master degree in a relevant discipline recognized by JKUAT Senate may be registered for a Ph.D in the department

Bachelor of Architectural Studies/Bachelor of Architecture – 4/6 years

Minimum entry requirement

KCSE minimum aggregate of B- (minus) and C+ (plus) as the minimum grade in cluster Groups of 4 subjects which include: Mathematics, Physics, any subject from Group III (History and Government OR Geography OR Christian Religious Education OR Islamic Religious Education OR Hindu Religious Education); OR

2nd Group II (Biology or Chemistry); OR 2nd Group III OR Group IV (Home Science, or Art and Design or Agriculture or Aviation Technology or Computer Studies); OR Group V (French, German, Arabic, Music, Business Studies)

Tuition fees per academic year: Kshs. 266,790/= (Kenya shillings two hundred sixty six thousand seven hundred ninety only).