Overview

The objectives of the course are to equip students with:

a. Knowledge in energy, sources, availability and use.
b. Knowledge and skills required for development, acquisition and application of
   improved methods and analysis in process design, operations and management to
   minimize energy costs, improve productivity and reinforce environmental responsibility.
c. Technical as well as financial skills and ability to carry out research in energy
   management as well as develop and implement energy management projects.

The course shall run over a minimum of four (4) semesters to a maximum of ten (10) semesters of fifteen (15) weeks each.
The course shall be by course work, examination and project.
The course shall consist of six (6) core units, four (4) electives and a project (equivalent to 6units).
The first year of study shall be totally devoted to course work, while the second year of study shall be devoted to the project.
In each of the two semesters of the first year, students shall be required to take up to three (3) core units and two (2) electives.
A course unit shall be defined as forty-five (45) contact hours comprising of lectures, tutorials, laboratory practicals, industrial visits and seminars

The common regulations for the Masters degrees at the University of Nairobi
shall apply.
The minimum requirements for eligibility into Master of Science in Energy
management programme are:
  1 Holders of at least an Upper Second honours Bachelor’s degree of the
     University of Nairobi in any relevant Engineering or Physical sciences discipline.
  2 Holders of a Lower Second honours Bachelor’s degree of the University of
     Nairobi in any relevant Engineering or Physical sciences discipline and two
     (2) years of relevant experience.
 3 Holders of at least a Bachelor’s pass degree with Postgraduate diploma in
    Energy management of the University of Nairobi.
 4 Holders of equivalent qualifications to those specified in (1), (2), (3) and
    (4) above from institutions recognized by the Senate.y management projects.

MSc in Energy Management student can find employment in various fields including

- Energy producing

- Manufacturing industry

 

MASTER OF SCIENCE IN ENERGY MANAGEMENT - F542      
Year 1  Semester 1   Semester 2   TOTAL  
TUITION           240,000             240,000                 480,000
MEDICAL FEE (PER YEAR)               6,500                      -                       6,500
ICT SERVICES - (PER YEAR)               7,000                      -                       7,000
LIBRARY (PER YEAR)               5,000                      -                       5,000
ACTIVITY-( PER YEAR)               2,000                      -                       2,000
CAUTION - (ONCE)               5,000                      -                       5,000
REGISTRATION (PER SEMESTER@2250)               2,250                 2,250                     4,500
EXAMINATION (PER UNIT @1000)               5,000                 5,000                   10,000
ID CARD ( PER YEAR)               1,000                      -                       1,000
STUDENT ORGANISATION(PER YEAR)               1,000                      -                       1,000
TOTAL           274,750             247,250                 522,000
       
       
Year 2  Semester 1   Semester 2   TOTAL  
TUITION           240,000             240,000                 480,000
ICT SERVICES - (PER YEAR)               7,000                      -                       7,000
LIBRARY (PER YEAR)               5,000                      -                       5,000
MEDICAL FEE (PER YEAR)               6,500                      -                       6,500
ACTIVITY-( PER YEAR)               2,000                      -                       2,000
REGISTRATION (PER SEMESTER@2250)               2,250                 2,250                     4,500
ID CARD ( PER YEAR)               1,000                      -                       1,000
STUDENT ORGANISATION(PER YEAR)               1,000                      -                       1,000
EXAMINATION (PER UNIT @1000)                     -                        -                             -  
THESIS EXAMINATION                     -                 30,000                   30,000
TOTAL           264,750             272,250                 537,000
       
Grand TOTAL                  1,059,000
Exam Regulations

EXAMINATION REGULATIONS
The common regulations governing examinations for the Master’s Degree in the University of Nairobi shall apply.
Written Examinations
  1. All course units taken in a given semester shall be examined at the end of that semester.
  2. A candidate shall be required to complete all course work and assignments.
  3. All course units shall be examined through a two (2) hour written examination paper except the course unit FME 716.
  4. The final written examination shall account for 60% of the marks in each course unit, while course work shall account for 40%.
  5 The pass mark for each course unit shall be 50%.
  6 A candidate who fails to obtain 50% for the unit shall, on recommendation of the Board of Examiners and approved by Senate, be allowed to retake/resit the unit and attempt the examination again for a maximum of two times.
 7 A pass obtained in any repeat examination shall be recorded as 50% in the candidate’s academic record.
 8 A candidate who fails in a course unit in the second repeat examination, or fails to complete the course in prescribed time, shall on the 5 recommendation of the Board of Examiners and approved by the Senate
be discontinued.
9 A candidate shall not be allowed to sit any examination unless he or she
has attended at least two thirds of the lectures of the course unit.

Department
Mechanical