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KUCCPS 2022/2023 Cut Off Points Per Course; Bachelor of Economics and Statistics.

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KUCCPS 2022/2023 Cut Off Points Per Course; Bachelor of Science in Economics and Statistics.

KUCCPS Adopts New TSC Entry Requirements and Cut off for Education Degree and Diploma Courses

KUCCPS News Today;  The Bachelor of Science in Economics and Statistics is one of the top 10 marketable courses in Kenya that is highly sought after in Kenya. The Kenya Universities and Colleges Central Placement Service, KUCCPS has released new cut-off points and entry requirements for applicants wishing to pursue a Bachelor of Economics and Statistics degree Course as follows: Click HERE to see the new KUCCPS entry requirements and cut-off points for Cluster 2-Business and Related. See the table below

  KUCCPS Course Cut Off

Points 2022-2023

Level Number

 of

Subjects

Cut off Points

 per Subject

Career Pathway Duration Fees 
1  Bachelor of Science in Economics and Statistics KCSE Mean grade of C+ (plus) and a minimum of grade B in Mathematics offered in the
Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) examinations, or their equivalents
Under-graduate

(Degree Level)

KCSE Mean grade of C+ (plus) and a minimum of grade B in Mathematics offered in the
Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) examinations, or their equivalents
as specified by Kenya Universities and Colleges Central Placement Service.
KCSE Mean grade of C+ (plus) and a minimum of grade B in Mathematics offered in the
Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) examinations, or their equivalents
as specified by Kenya Universities and Colleges Central Placement Service.
The areas identified in these courses are related to emerging trends in Agricultural Education and technology. They provide career pathways for graduates in both government and private institutions. The Bachelor of Economics and Statistics is a one-tier programme that requires 4 Years with two semesters each. 

3.1 This is a FOUR YEAR undergraduate program in conjunction with the school of
Mathematics. Each year is broken into TWO semesters of 15 weeks each.
3.2 Learners are expected to cover FIFTY-SIX units of study, each with 45 contact hours. This
makes the program consistent with other professional courses offered at the University of
Nairobi. It also exposes learners to the broader field of applied statistics and economics.
3.3 The 56 units shall include FOUR common courses.
3.4 ONE common course shall be covered in each semester of the first and second years of
study.
3.5 During the first and second years of study, learners will be required to take SIXTEEN-course
units each year including the TWO common courses.
3.6 During the third year of study, learners will be expected to take a total of TWELVE course
units.
3.7 During the fourth and final year of study, learners will be expected to take TWELVE-course
units.

The tuition fee is approximately KSHS Kshs. 400,000 but there may be slight variations from one university to the other.

 

BACHELOR OF ECONOMICS AND STATISTICS KUCCPS 2022-2023 CUT-OFF POINTS AND REQUIREMENTS PER UNIVERSITY

PROG CODE INSTITUTION NAME PROGRAMME NAME 2022/2023 CUTOFF 2019/2021 CUTOFF 2018 CUTOFF 2017 CUTOFF 2016 CUTOFF 2015 CUTOFF
1 1061199 KABARAK UNIVERSITY BACHELOR OF ECONOMICS AND STATISTICS 31.04 35.083 34.073 31.693
2 1079199 KIRINYAGA UNIVERSITY BACHELOR OF ECONOMICS & STATISTICS 20.048 23.815 23.768 24.015
3 1087199 KISII UNIVERSITY BACHELOR OF ECONOMICS AND STATISTICS 24.598 29.555 27.602 32.229 36.42 37.56
4 1093199 UNIVERSITY OF EMBU BACHELOR OF ECONOMICS AND STATISTICS 20.048 23.402 23.079 29.762 24.596

Course Objectives

A growing economy and demand for education in Kenya and elsewhere need the services of
highly skilled economics/statisticians. The government, whose economic policies vitally affect
the growth and stability of the economy, needs the input of economists/statisticians. The private
sector, which is an important instrument for socio-economic transformation, also needs well-trained economists/statisticians. Presently, there are few centers of learning in Kenya that have
the capacity for training an adequate number of economists/statisticians. It is in this context that
the School of Economics in collaboration with the School of Mathematics has designed this new
syllabus to fill the gap.

Objectives
The objective of the Bachelor of Economics and Statistics program of study is to impart
knowledge and prepare undergraduates for careers in the fields of Economics and Statistics
through a judicious mix of units that are core to the disciplines and those drawn from
complementary disciplines.

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