Bachelor of Arts (Arts) degree and Potential Areas of Employment.


This is a versatile course that provides students with the optimal balance between a defined sequence of study and flexible course option. It is distinguished by its arts emphasis.

It is built on a solid foundation on core areas in arts such as sociology, anthropology, social work, international relations, economics, Maths, culture, languages etc. The units one chooses guide them towards their desired careers. It can open many doors and create plenty of opportunities but where the degree leads to depends upon ones aspirations and interests.

Bachelor of arts graduates work in a range of areas e.g marketing, tourism, hospitality, advertising, performing arts, teaching, management, human resource e.t.c. The amount of job areas are almost limitless.
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4 comments:

  1. The way tuko wengi campo, hii Kenya utapata job wapi? Heri niaza biashara

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  2. I always believe dt besides being the best, you also have to be outstanding, unique & an asset! Be an individual with your own set of qualities that goes against old conventional ones.

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  3. Izt marketable? En cn 1 study math as a course

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    1. Yes, one can study Maths as a major course but with a Bachelor of Science. There is no BA(Mathematics) in Kenyan universities. Marketability and employability varies with ones area of interest.

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