It’s a three years course where each year has an average of six units. At the end of every year a student seat for KNEC Exams to advance to the next module.
At the end of the three years the student has acquired skills in Programming, Hardware maintenance and Networking. Research skills are also imparted through a group consultancy project where students research issues that affect the ICT industry.
- Introduction to ICT and Ethics
- Computer Application 1
- Communication Skills
- Structured Programming
- Computational Mathematics
- Operating Systems
- Entrepreneurship Education
- System Analysis and Design
- Object Oriented Programming
- Data Base Management System
- Computer Application 2
- Visual Basics
- Research Projects
- Data Communication and Networking
- Management Information System
- Principles and practices of Management
- Quantitative Techniques
- Internet based programs
- Business plan
Graduates have opportunities in software companies to generate software needed by the businesses. Companies like Google and Microsoft.
Graduates have opportunities in Electronic (computers) Repairs and Assembly Companies.
Also, there are opportunities in Networking companies that deals with Internet and CCTVs.
KCSE aggregate C (minus) or KNEC graduates of Craft Certificate in ICT Related courses may apply.