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M.Sc. in Food and Agro-Processing Technology

Overview

The M.Sc. in Food and Agro-Processing Technology (FAPT) is a professional programme designed to produce knowledgeable and highly skilled technical graduates who are on the cutting edge of innovation in the Food and Agro-Processing sectors. Graduates will gain a competitive advantage for employment in both the private and public sectors, or may be motivated to persue entrepreneurial opportunities.

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B.Sc. in Special Chemistry

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B.Sc. in Occupational and Environmental Safety and Health (OESH)

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Entry Requirements

In order to be admitted into the Bachelor’s programme, candidates must have satisfied the general Faculty entry requirements and have passed two units of Chemistry, Biology or Physics at CAPE (or equivalent).

Graduates of this programme will form a core of professionals who will be competent in:

•    The recognition, evaluation and provision of basic control options for workplace hazards;
•    The development, implementation and management of basic OESH programmes;

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M.Sc. /M.Phil./Ph.D. Occupational & Environmental Safety & Health

Occupational & Environmental Safety & Health
Director of Institute:  Prof. Ishenkumba Kahwa

The Department of Chemistry, through the OESH Programme, offers the following Graduate programmes:

    -M.Sc. Occupational & Environmental Safety and Health (face to face, intense delivery mostly during evenings, weekends and holidays)
    -M.Phil./Ph.D. Occupational & Environmental Safety and Health (Research degrees)

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M.Phil./Ph.D. - Chemistry

The Department of Chemistry, through the OESH Programme, offers the following Graduate programmes:
M.Phil. and Ph.D. (Chemistry)

Programme Objectives:
1.    To produce a cadre of leaders in science for academia (research and teaching), government and quasi-governmental organizations and industry: exponents of science and technology and conduits for S & T driven change and development.

2.    To generate new knowledge and publishable results

3.    To produce graduates with:

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B.Sc. - Chemistry (General)

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The Department of Chemistry offers Bachelor of Science degrees in a number of majors and minors as listed below:

 

Majors:

Pure Chemistry
Applied Chemistry
Food Chemistry

Minors:

Chemistry
Environmental Chemistry
Food Chemistry
Food Processing
Industrial Chemistry

Bachelor of Science in Occupational and Environmental Safety and Health (OESH)

 

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