Master of Environmental Planning & Management

Kenyatta University

Program Description

Master of Environmental Planning & Management

Kenyatta University

We are living in the century whereby environmental pressures such as global warming, ozone depletion, pollution, climate change, overexploitation of natural resources, altered land use and loss of biodiversity – coincide with a growing world population that needs food and an acceptable standard of living. The complex nature of these environmental problems can be best understood and addressed through studies that cross traditional academic disciplinary boundaries. This applies to studies of both global-scale processes as well as those that occur at the local level.

Entry requirements

Holders of Bachelor of Environmental Planning and Management, Environment Studies; Environmental Studies (Planning and Management), Urban and Regional Planning. Bachelor of Science/Arts in Geography, Economics, Surveying, Geometrics and Geospatial Sciences, Land Economics, Building Economics, Estate Management, Housing Technology. Engineering, Sociology, Agriculture Forestry and Wildlife, Zoology or Botany. Bachelor of Architecture and Law.

Those with Second Class (Lower Division) may be considered on condition that they have Grade "C" and above in units relevant to their areas of specialization.

Examination

Candidates examinational shall be through written examination (CAT/Assignments and sit in examination)., practical examination (i.e. Studio) and research project (individual student).

Certification

Master of Environmental Planning and Management

Master's by Project

  • EPM 811: Planning Theory
  • EPM 871: Site and Neighbourhood Planning - Studio I*
  • ESU 801: Research Methods
  • EPM 833: Computer Applications. and Geographic. Information System
  • ESU 802: Environmental Impact Assessment and Audit
  • ESU 800: Statistics
  • EPM 842: Environmental Planning Law & Development Control
  • EPM 831: Participatory and Advocacy Planning
  • EPM 852: Transportation infrastructure Planning
  • EPM 861: Planning for Disaster Preparedness and Mgt
  • EPM 872: Urban Planning - Studio II
  • EPM 873: Regional Planning - Studio IV
  • EPM 874: Rural Planning - Studio III

Year 2

  • EPM 892: Research Project

NB:

  • (1) All units are compulsory
  • (2) 1 Studio unit = 2 units, Research project = 4 units
This school offers programs in:
  • English


Last updated September 28, 2017
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This course is Campus based
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Jan. 2018
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2 years
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Kenya - Nairobi
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