This course requires students to carry out a mini research project in the area of education. It involves selecting a research topic, framing statement of the problem, identifying the variables to be discussed under the topic, stating the research questions or objectives of the study; stating hypothesis of the study; stating the rationale and the scope of the study, identifying theory or conceptual framework of the study,stating the method and the design to be used, population and sampling: selecting data collection instruments, statistical tools, interpreting data and writing a research report.

The purpose of this course is to acquire students with foundations of educational management, theories and their application.

This course examines the concepts of educational leadership exhibited by educational administrators and current issues in the leadership of educational institutions.  The study looks at the educational leadership centers around three factors namely being a leaders, leading others and leading effectively; schools as an organized social system; functions and skills of educational leadership, leadership styles,  It also looks at the leader as a steward; characteristics of an effective leaders; leadership challenges, contemporary issues etc  

This course introduces students to the discipline of sociology. Here students will learn concepts and principles of sociology in order to understand the impact of social, cultural, political and religious factors in the lives of people in the society. It is a critical study of the culture and social change in Kenya and other parts of the world. Lastly, this course seeks to determine the relationship of sociology and anthropology with other behavioral sciences.

The course introduces students to aspects of the French language.  The four language skills of reading, writing, listening and speaking are 

This course exposes st