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KUCCPS 2022/2023 Cut Off Points Per Course; Bachelor of Science in Geology (B. SC. Geology)

KUCCPS 2022/2023 Cut Off Points Per Course; Bachelor of Science in Geology (B. SC. Geology)
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KUCCPS 2022/2023 Cut Off Points Per Course; Bachelor of Science in Geology (B. SC. Geology)

 

 

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

KUCCPS News Today; Bachelor of Science- Geology 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 in Geology degree Course as follows: Click HERE to see the new KUCCPS entry requirements and cut-off points for cluster eleven-Science and related. See the table below

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  KUCCPS Course Cut Off

Points 2022-2023

Level Number

 of

Subjects

Cut off Points

 per Subject

Career Pathway Duration Fees per Semester
1  Bachelor of Science in Geology Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) with mean grade of C+ or equivalent, with passes in at least three subjects from either of the following;

(i) Minimum grades of C+ in Mathematics, Chemistry, Physics, Biology and Geography or

(ii) Minimum grades of C+ in Mathematics, Biology, Geography and B- in Physical Sciences

 

 

 

Under-graduate-

Degree Level

Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) with mean grade of C+ or equivalent, with passes in at least three subjects from either of the following;

(i) Minimum grades of C+ in Mathematics, Chemistry, Physics, Biology and Geography or

(ii) Minimum grades of C+ in Mathematics, Biology, Geography and B- in Physical Sciences

 

 

 

Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) with mean grade of C+ or equivalent, with passes in at least three subjects from either of the following;

(i) Minimum grades of C+ in Mathematics, Chemistry, Physics, Biology and Geography or

(ii) Minimum grades of C+ in Mathematics, Biology, Geography and B- in Physical Sciences

 

 

 

 

 

 

The course prepares students to partake in careers in both the private and public sectors. The program is offered to both government and non-governmental organizations Eight  semesters Tuition Fees per semester are approximately KSH 70,000 but there may be slight variations from one university to the other.
A-Level Kenya Advanced Certificate of Education (KACE), or equivalent qualifications, with at least two Principal level passes in: Mathematics, Chemistry, Biology, Geography, and Physics,  Undergraduate Degree Kenya Advanced Certificate of Education (KACE), or equivalent qualifications, with at least two Principal level passes in: Mathematics, Chemistry, Biology, Geography, and Physics,  Kenya Advanced Certificate of Education (KACE), or equivalent qualifications, with at least two Principal level passes in: Mathematics, Chemistry, Biology, Geography, and Physics,  The course prepares students to partake in careers in both the private and public sectors. The program is offered to both government and non-governmental organizations    

Course Objectives

The B.Sc. Geology course offers a unique range of educational opportunities spanning the diverse range of geological professions in mineral, water, energy, and environmental studies. The driving philosophy is geared towards the promotion of effective training, relevant research and academic excellence in geological and related fields. To enrich this program, the Department maintains close links with the needs of practice through scholarship, research, consultancy, and the realization of the National and International development policy statements such as Vision 2030 and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) respectively. Virtually all the courses under this program are recognized and accredited by the Geological Society of Kenya, which is the relevant professional body in the country.

At the end of the programme, the learner should be able to:

  1. Evaluate the techniques used in determining the origin, structure, and composition of the Earth and other planets.
  2. Explain the past, present, and possible future changes on Earth as a response to the disturbance of its systems and interactions between them (e.g. climatic change, mass extinction).
  3. Describe the geological occurrence of mineral and energy resources including oil, gas, coal, and geothermal resources.
  4. Assess the monitoring and management of natural and human-induced environmental changes for better exploitation and conservation of the Earth’s resources.
  5. Apply efficient and effective geological field mapping techniques, laboratory analysis, interpretation, writing, and presentation of research data and reports using the latest technology.

 

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