Faculty of Management & Entrepreneurial Sciences

The Faculty of Management and Entrepreneurial Sciences aims at making a significant contribution to Education 5.0 through research, teaching, community service and innovations that improve national skills and contribute to the development of enterprises in support of industrialisation and job creation. The mission is to transform students' lives by developing their academic potential, creativity, employability, global insight, and ethical awareness in order for them to outperform in a challenging business environment and make a real difference in the world as an entrepreneur, investor, manager, and strategic planner.


Our programmes

The faculty offers a range of programmes that are career focused and aim for the following:

  • Equipping students with the knowledge and skills required to further their careers in management or to start their own businesses.
  • Capacitating graduates to venture into entrepreneurship and business development.
  • Producing industry-ready employees prepared to work at any level and efficiently in complex and uncertain environments.

An esteemed Faculty of world-class researchers and lecturers will provide the student with current and relevant knowledge of management and entrepreneurship practice and theory.

We are excited to collaborate with you to achieve your objectives and advance this field.

All Programmes

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Diploma Programmes

Executive Diploma in Management

Entry Requirements:           

Applicants should be in senior management positions or anticipate being in this job role.  General entry requirements for undergraduate courses shall apply, and there are no exemptions in this programme.  Applicants need to be approved by their employers.


The normal duration of the programme shall be one academic year full time covering nine courses and a research project.


For each module there are three assignments and at the end of the semester students shall write a three-hour examination. 


Coursework shall constitute 30% while examinations shall constitute the other 70% of the student’s overall grade.

A student should pass both coursework and final examination.


Learning Methodology

Lectures constitute the bulk of the teaching and learning components of each course. Students are therefore advised to attend all lectures.  Students are expected to prepare for classes and presentations. 

Lecture notes are not the sole source of knowledge.  At this level, students are required to demonstrate academic rigour through research and consulting various sources to include textbooks, journals and the Internet.


Assignments and Tests

Students shall be subjected to continuous assessment assignments and in-class tests as deemed necessary by course facilitators.  Course work contributes 50% towards the student’s final mark for a course.  Students are advised to submit their assignments on due dates.  Communication with respective lecturers is very important if a student has problems in meeting deadlines.  Students found guilty of plagiarism and other forms of academic dishonesty are penalized.  All work submitted should be of acceptable academic standard.  Long essay assignments should be referenced.

Diploma in Project Planning Management
Diploma in Business Management

Academic Staff

Undergraduate Programmes

Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Information Systems



Regulations for the Bachelor of Science (Honours) Degree in Information Systems shall apply subject to provisions for both the University and Faculty General Academic Regulations. General Faculty Regulations shall normally take precedence over specific degree special regulations where both are read together.

Programme Aim

The aim of the degree programme is to prepare students for professional Information Systems practice in a wide range of contexts and in both primary and secondary settings. Additionally, the programme equips students with Computer Science knowledge and skills to deliver developmental and therapeutic services. 

Programme Objectives

The overall programme objectives are to:

  • Produce knowledgeable and skilled individuals who can formulate, design, implement and administer   Information Systems programmes for the full benefit of individuals, groups and industry;
  •  Develop technical problem solving skills that can facilitate full potential of individuals, groups and communities through professional innovations;
  • Equip students with knowledge and skills for troubleshooting maintaining and configuring technical aspects.
  • Ability to solve problems critically and creatively in the presence of problems and challenges in life


Entry Requirements

For all entry pathways candidates must have at least five Ordinary Level subjects/ National Foundation Certificates including English Language, Mathematics and a Science subject at grade C or better

  • Normal Entry: A minimum of 2 A’ Level passes in Mathematics AND (Physics OR Computer Science OR any other relevant Science subject).
  • Special Entry: Special entry may be granted to applicants with a National Diploma in Computer Science or any related field from a recognized institution.
  • Mature Entry: Should be at least 23 years old AND should have at least 2 years relevant industrial experience.

Duration of Programme

The Bachelor of Science (Honours) Degree in Computer Science shall take four years to complete full time. Applicants with Diploma in Computer Science/ I.T from HEXCO and other recognized universities will start at second year level.

Assessment of the Students

Normal evaluation shall be based on continuous assessment as well as an examination at the end of the course.

The assessment shall be as follows:

Coursework               30%

Examination             70%

Career Opportunities

The graduates are prepared for career-entry positions in areas such as:

  • Software Development and Support
  • Research and Development Scientists
  • Systems Analysis and Design
  • Computer Networking
  • Web Design and Authoring
  • Software Engineering
  • Applications Engineering
  • Computer Engineering

Programme Structure

All Bachelor of Science (Honours) Degree in Computer Science students are expected to do a minimum of thirty three courses. To meet these requirements, students will undertake thirty-three courses and a project on an approved Computer Science problem.

  • In the first year, students shall undertake eleven courses on offer. For a student to proceed to second year, a CGPA of above 2 is required.
  • In second year students shall undertake ten courses.
  • In the third year, students shall go on Attachment for the whole year.
  • In the fourth year, students shall undertake at least eleven courses.
  • In order to proceed to register for the project, a student must also have passed KBM225 Business Research Methods in the second year.
  • All Sociology and Psychology related courses such as Introduction to Gender, Communication Skills will be offered from their respective disciplines.

Year 1 First Semester

Code               Course

KHCS111        Principles of Programming Languages

KIS114            Introduction to Computer Science

KHCS114       Operating Systems

KIS116            Foundations of Information Systems

KSS122           Introduction to Gender Studies

KIS115            Ethics and Professionalism


Year 1 Second Semester

KIS121            Introduction to Database Systems

KCS121          Visual Languages and Programming

KHCS124       Computer Architecture and Organisation

KHCS212       Data Structures and Algorithms

KIS213            Software Engineering

KIS117            Applied Statistics


Year 2 First Semester

KIS214            Business Communication

KIS215            Business Management

KHCS211       Object Oriented Programming

KIS217            Systems Analysis & Design

KIS218            E- Commerce

KBAS212       Financial Accounting 1A

KBM117         Financial Accounting

KIS219            Physical Computing & IoT


Year 2 Second Semester

KBAS121       Financial Accounting 1B

KBM225         Business Research Methods

KHCS222       Software Project Management

KIS225            Internet and Website Design

KIS226            Data Communication & Computer Networks

KIS218            Group project


Year 3 First Semester

KIS325           Professional Attachment


Year 3 Second Semester

KIS325           Professional Attachment


Year 4 First Semester

KHCS314       Computer Graphics

KIS211            Management Information Systems

KIS412            Information Security

KIS411            Human Computer Interaction

KIS314            Artificial Intelligence and Expert Systems


Year 4 Second Semester

KIS421            Information Systems Audit and control

KIS422            Advanced Database Management Systems

KIS423            Enterprise Architecture

KIS424            Entrepreneurship theory and practise

KIS425            Capstone Project









Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Management and Entrepreneurial Development Studies
Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Purchasing and Supply Chain Management
Bachelor of Accounting Science Honours
Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Human Resource Management
Bachelor of Commerce Honours in Marketing
Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Computer Science
Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Business Intelligence and Data Analytics

Postgraduate Programmes

Masters in Business Administration (MBA)
Masters in Public Administration (MPA)
Master of Science in Strategic Marketing (MSM)
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