Overview of Programme
This program is about training graduate students who can:
- Analyze and interpret Clinical Pathology parameters and how they relate to animal health and production
- Apply knowledge and skills in Clinical Pathology to determine laboratory diagnosis of animal disease
- Undertake research, teach in tertiary institutions and pursue PhD studies in Clinical Pathology, and
- Undertake consultancies and establish laboratory enterprises in Clinical Pathology
Structure of the Programme
This programme is offered either as face to face and blended mode where lectures are delivered online and practical is provided face to face.
The program comprises part I and II.
Part I is offered in Year 1, semesters one and two, and consists of ten (10) taught course units of which nine (9) are compulsory and one (1) is elective. Each course has 60 contact hours.
Part II takes the rest six semesters. It is undertaken after successful completion of coursework and entails development of a research project proposal, implementation of the research project, and writing and submission of thesis for examination.
The common regulations for the degree of Masters of Science in all faculties of the University of Nairobi shall apply. In addition, the candidate is expected hold any of the following degree awards of the University of Nairobi or a University recognized by the Senate of the University of Nairobi
a) Bachelor of Veterinary Medicine
b) Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery
c) Holders the following classified degrees, at upper second class honors, of the University of Nairobi, or equivalent qualification from a University recognized by the Senate of the University of Nairobi
- BSc. in Medical Laboratory Science and Technology OR equivalent
- BSc. in Animal Science/Health
d) Holders of the above classified degrees, at lower second class honors, of the University of Nairobi, or equivalent qualification from a University recognized by the Senate of the University of Nairobi and at least 3 years research/ work experience
e)Holders of the above classified degrees, at pass level, of the University of Nairobi, or equivalent qualification from a University recognized by the Senate of the University of Nairobi and post graduate diploma in relevant areas
Careers Prospects/Attachment Opportunities
Graduates of this program will work in their areas of specialization as follows:
- Support technical experts and consultants in clinical pathology and laboratory diagnosis of terrestrial and aquatic animals
- Researchers and early career professionals in local and international research institutions
- Tutorial fellows and assistant lecturers in world class universities and other institutions of higher learning
- Mentors and supervisors of undergraduate students projects in public and private universities
- Authors of book chapters, teaching modules, journal articles and other scholarly literature
- Competitive candidate for PhD scholarships in Clinical pathology and related areas of specialization
Fees and Funding
|YEAR 1||YEAR 2|
|Semester 1||Semester 2||Semester 3||Semester 4||Totals|
|ICT SERVICES - (PER YEAR)||7,000.00||-||7,000.00||-||14,000.00|
|REGISTRATION (PER SEMESTER@2250)||2,250.00||2,250.00||2,250.00||2,250.00||9,000.00|
|ID CARD ( PER YEAR)||1,000.00||-||1,000.00||-||2,000.00|
|CAUTION - (ONCE)||5,000.00||-||-||-||5,000.00|
|MEDICAL FEE (PER YEAR)||6,500.00||-||6,500.00||-||13,000.00|
|LIBRARY (PER YEAR)||5,000.00||-||5,000.00||-||10,000.00|
|ACTIVITY-( PER YEAR)||2,000.00||-||2,000.00||-||4,000.00|
|STUDENT ORGANISATION(PER YEAR)||1,000.00||-||1,000.00||-||2,000.00|
|EXAMINATION (PER UNIT @1000)||6,000.00||6,000.00||-||-||12,000.00|
Philosophy and Rationale
Good health and well-being are essential in order to obtain sustainable development. At the same time, there are many factors, diseases included, that militate against this desired status, but lead to changes in various body components. When these changes are correctly analyzed and interpreted, they provide useful information that lead to disease diagnosis, assessment of disease progression and/or monitor the health status of the animal in question.
This program uses mixed teaching and learning activities majorly, lectures, practical, demonstrations and seminars to provide trained personnel with requisite knowledge and skills to support laboratory diagnosis of livestock diseases, as well as research and training in Clinical Pathology for local, regional and international markets
Online student Application Manual
How to apply
Before continuing please read the University of Nairobi admission requirements
Please ensure that you meet the admission requirements before applying.
- It is in your best interest to complete your own application. The University of Nairobi does not make use of representatives, agents or agencies during the application process. If you choose to make use of representatives, agents or agencies, you do so at own risk.
- The closing dates are non-negotiable. It is your responsibility to ensure you apply before the applicable deadline!
- It is of utmost importance that you provide your correct personal email, Mobile Number, postal addresses and Next of Kin contacts to enable the University of Nairobi to contact with you directly.
You will only be able to submit your online application once you have:
- Completed the full online application form, AND
- Uploaded all the necessary scanned supporting documents in .pdf format, AND
- Either paid the application fee by any of the provided means.
- If you have not successfully paid by either means, your form has not been submitted.
Once your application has been successfully submitted after you have clicked VERIFY and APPLY:
- You will no longer be able to do any further editing of your application via the Online Application system.
- You will be informed by SMS and Email what your allocated reference number is.
- You will also be sent other important procedures describing how to check your progress and application results on your Email.
Persons with disabilities:
The online application system provides the facility for an applicant to disclose his/her disability status. Applicants are encouraged to make use of this facility to disclose their disability status at this point in the application process. Such a disclosure will in no way prejudice an application. Disclosing your disability status enables the University of Nairobi to better anticipate the needs arising from these disabilities.
STEP-BY-STEP GUIDE FOR ONLINE APPLICATION
Step 1: Access from your computer www.application.uonbi.ac.ke
Note: All details marked with a red asterisk are mandatory and you will be required to provide them before you proceed and you must read and accept the terms and conditions before submitting yourdetails.
This will allow you to log into your account to manage your profile and track the progress of your application. To create your account please click on the Register button otherwise enter your username and password to log in to your account.
Step 3: Profile Management
To apply for a University programme you will be required to complete your profile. These include your Personal details, Contact information, Education background, Work experience and Referees. You will also be required to upload scanned copies of your certificates, transcripts and passport photo.
Note: If you do not manage to complete your profile in one session your data will be saved and you can still come back and complete it at a later time
Step 4 Programme Selection
Once you click you will be lead to the form below where you select the preferred type of degree
You will also be able to view the entry requirements for the programme to see if you meet the requirements before making the application.
On selection of the degree programme types e.g Certificate & Diploma, Undergraduate/Bachelors,
Masters/Postgraduate Diplomas or PhD you intent to apply for, you will get a list of all the
preferred programme as shown below
available programmes in that category. Click on ‘Apply for this Programme’ Button alongside the
Payment of Application Fees
If satisfied and wish to proceed you will be directed to the payment section where you pay the application fees. The system supports online payment using Master and Visa cards, Mpesa and payment through the bank. In each case the system will issue an applicant reference number which should be used as the account no when making the payment.
APPLICATION FEE PAYMENT VIA M-PESA
Pay the required amount through your mobile phone by M-PESA following the instructions below:
- Go to M-PESA on your phone.
- Select Lipa na M-PESA option
- Select Pay Bill option.
- Enter Business no.
- Enter your Reference number as sent to your mobilephone
- Enter the Amount you intend to pay.
- Enter your M-PESA PIN and Send
N/B. Only make the payment if you have been allocated an application reference number sent to your phone or email
APPLICATION FEE PAYMENT USING VISA CARD
You can also pay using a VISA debit or credit card by choosing the VISA option as shown
Select VISA option
Enter the card number, Expiry date and the security code, then click on the ‘Pay’ Button
NOTE: You will be notified on successful payment process. You can print the payment report generated after the process.
PAYMENT BY DIRECT BANKING
- Visit any Kenya Commercial Bank (KCB) branch
- Obtain a cash deposit slip
- Enter the branch as University Way
- Enter Account number 1177475707
- Enter Account Name University of Nairobi (CESSP)
- Quote the application reference number as sent to your mobile phone
- Enter amount being paid eg. (KES3,000.00)
- Deposit your money
- Log in to your online application account to confirm that the payment has been processed
APPLICATION PROGRESS TRACKING
The Online application system provides a mechanism for applicants to track the progress of admission process at any given time, and also download the admission letter and joining instructions.
All this can be done from the applicant’s portal account by click of a button.
CHANGE OF APPLIED COURSE
The applicant may request for a change course in the following instances:-
- They did not meet the admission criteria for the programme applied and therefore have not been shortlisted.
- They wish to change the course applied for.
- The applicant is not eligible for the course they have applied for.
To apply for the change of course the applicant may write a letter to the Academic Registrar, requesting for “Change of Applied Course” Quoting their Application Reference Number and indicating clearly the new course they wish to change to. This letter may be emailed to reg- firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
There is no additional cost to a request for Change of Course.
Updated February 2021
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