KUCCPS 2022/2023 Cut Off Points Per Course; Bachelor of Science- Education (B. Sc Ed)
KUCCPS News Today; The Bachelor of Science (Education) 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 Science (Education) degree Course as follows: Click HERE to see the new KUCCPS entry requirements and cut-off points for cluster 22-education science and education arts. See the table below
|KUCCPS Course||Cut Off
|Cut off Points
|Career Pathway||Duration||Fees per Semester|
|1||Bachelor of Science (Education)||KCSE mean grade of C+ with at least a B (plain) in two teaching subjects and a C (plain) in English and mathematics.||Under-graduate-
|KCSE mean grade of C+ with at least a B (plain) in two teaching subjects and a C (plain) in English and mathematics.||KCSE mean grade of C+ with at least a B (plain) in two teaching subjects and a C (plain) in English and mathematics.||The course prepares students to partake in careers in education in both the private and public sectors. The program is offered to both government non-governmental organizations||Eight to twelve semesters||Tuition Fees per semester are approximately KSH 60,000 but there may be slight variations from one university to the other.|
|2||Post Graduate Diploma in Education PGDE||Diploma in Education Science after bagging a basic degree||KCSE mean grade of C+ with at least a B (plain) in two teaching subjects and a C (plain) in English and mathematics.
|C plain in English, the main tool of communication in Education.||The course prepares students to partake in careers in education in both the private and public sectors. The program is offered to both government and non-governmental organizations|
These teachers will guide students in the science pathway
“On February 24, the placement service received proposals on the reviewed placement criteria to degree programmes from the TSC,” said Dr. Wahome in the circular dated April 26. She said TSC proposals take cognizance of the introduction of several education courses and recommendations of the CBC Taskforce.
According to TSC chief executive Nancy Macharia, each student pursuing education should have three teaching subjects, (two major subjects and one minor) for cost-effectiveness and proper utilization of the teacher.
“This will assist the commission to handle the new areas that have been introduced in the CBC for junior and senior secondary,” said Ms. Macharia, adding that “the whole course will take five years and a half”.
Ms. Macharia said students will be required to undertake a two full-term practicum of six months after completing the course.