The program prepares community development professionals who will promote active and representative participation in enabling all community members to meaningfully influence the decisions that affect their lives.
Objectives of the Program
It equips students to engage community members in learning about and understanding community issues, and the economic, social, environmental, political, psychological, and other impacts associated with alternative courses of action.
It incorporates the diverse interests and cultures of the community in the community development process, and lead to disengagement from support of any effort that is likely to adversely affect the disadvantaged members of a community.
The enables students to work actively to enhance the leadership capacity of community members, leaders, and groups within the community. It will be open to using a broad range of action strategies to work toward the long-term sustainability and wellbeing of the community
Concepts of Computer Application
Intro. to Community Development
Principles of management
Capacity Building and Sustainable Development
Mathematics for Liberal Arts
Community Mobilization in Development
Human Resource Management
Development of Society
Peace Building and Post-Conflict Development
Principles of Social Work
Health Education and Community Development
Entrepreneurship and Community Development
Project Developments and Management
Monitoring and Evaluation of community projects
Internship (Field Attachment/ Practicum)
Minimum KCSE grade of C- (Minus)
3 credits in IGCSE or its equivalent.
Minimum GPA of 2.3 from ANU Certificate