This is the fees structure of Mount Kenya University School of Nursing. The MKU School of Nursing offers 3 academic programs as listed below.
KCSE mean grade of C+ (plus)and C+ (plus) in each of the following subjects: English/Kiswahili, Mathematics/Physics, and Chemistry & Biology or its equivalent
12 trimesters: Ksh.101,300 per trimester
2. Bachelor of Science in Nursing (Upgrading, Distance Learning)
KCSE mean grade C (plain) or Division II Plus A valid practice license from Nursing Council of Kenya Plus Two years of work experience after graduating as a registered nurse
8 trimesters Ksh. 60,000 per trimester (Excluding placement fee), Indexing and NCK training materials Ksh 25,000 Payable directly to Nursing Council of Kenya.
3. Master of Science in Nursing
• Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Mount Kenya University or any other recognized university.
• Must have been practising for at least TWO years post Bachelors in Science training.
• Must possess a valid practise license from the Nursing Council of Kenya.
2 years (Regular) Ksh.100, 000 per semester (excluding university admission fees, project and practical fees). Research and clinical attachment Ksh. 100,000
4. PhD in Nursing. (Thesis only)
Master’s degree in the area of specialization
6 semesters: Ksh.600,000 whole course
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