KeMU Womens Soccer Team qualifies for the FKF Women Premier League. In the Picture is the Dean of Students Mr. James Kubai (Back row, left) and the Coach, Mr. Hillary Mukasa (Back row, second right)
On Friday July 17th, 2015 , Professor Henry Kirimi Kiriamiti was installed as the Third (3rd) Vice Chancellor of Kenya Methodist University. The ceremony was led by the Chancellor, the Presiding Bishop of the Methodist Church in Kenya, Bishop Joseph Ntombura. In attendance were members from the Board of Trustees, the University Council, KeMU Administration, and other dignitaries to include the immediate former Vice Chancellor, Prof. Alfred Mutema. To witness the event was the graduating class of 2015, which was present in preparation for the 15th Graduation Ceremony.
Thursday, July23rd, 2015
KeMU Vice Chancellor, Prof. Henry Kiriamiti, is visited by the Partnership Co-ordinator from the World Church Relationship of the British Methodist Church, to discuss the donation of thousands of theology and religious studies books. In the photo is (Left to right), Dr. Peter Ensor (Department of Theology and Religious Studies), Dr. B. Olayisade (Partnership Co-ordinator for Africa), the Vice Chancellor Prof. Henry Kiriamiti, the Deputy Vice Chancellor Finance and Administration, Prof. Alice Mutungi, and the Deputy Vice Chancellor Academic Affairs Rev. Prof. Peter Mageto.
15th Graduation Ceremony
The Deputy President of the Republic of Kenya, His Excellency, William S. Ruto, gives his address at the 15th Graduation Ceremony of Kenya Methodist University, on Saturday July 18th, 2015
15th Graduation Ceremony
Saturday July 18, 2015
KeMU VC
The Third Vice Chancellor of Kenya Methodist University, Professor Kirimi H. Kiriamiti
Meru ASK Show
Kenya Methodist University stand is visited by the Meru ASK Show Guest of Honour, Honorable Rahim Dawood, MP, North Imenti, Meru County. He is seen engaging with students from the Faculty of Computing and Informatics where the students displayed software and robotics concerning food security.
Students of the 2015 graduated Class of 2015 from the Weekend Intensive Mode of Study in the Department of Hospitality and Tourism, Kenya Methodist University. These students come from different parts of the hospitality and tourism sector, to include the Mr. Robert Kinyua (CEO of Clarion Hotel), GM Nairobi Serena, Mr. Gerald Kiragu (F&B Manager, Ole Sereni), Charles Kimeu (Parklands Sports Club), and Mr. Charles Kinyua (Former General Manager, Jacaranda Hotel, Nairobi), Eunah Munene (Cooperative University), Symon Nyamu (Manager, Green Hills Hotel, Nyeri). Included is Prof. Robert Gateru (former Principal Nairobi Campus) in the center and Dr. Bichage (C.O.D Hospitality and Tourism Department), second right.

US Embassy Visits Main Campus

Master of Science in Nursing Education

Masters of Science in Nursing Education

The graduate of the programme will be able to plan, develop, implement and evaluate Nursing curricula and Nursing development, professional continuing education and community education programs. The MScN in Nursing Education program will also enhance performance evidence-based research and pioneer innovations. It will also provide an opportunity for career development.

Kenya Methodist University endeavours to develop professional nurses at higher levels of education who will maximize their contribution in nursing education and practice as leaders and change agents.

Goal of the program

The main purpose of the program is to prepare nurse educators who have in depth knowledge, skills and professional values essential for working in a variety of educational and health care settings. The graduates will assume leaders roles as dynamic faculty members in Universities and other training programmes including staff development continuing education and community programmes.

Expected Learning Outcomes

At the completion of the course, the traduate nurse will be able to:

  1. Analyze societal health needs.
  2. Utilize a variety of teaching strategies and educational resources to facilitate learning in classroom and clinical areas.
  3. Analyze trends in nursing education and their impact of development.
  4. Participate effectively in the development, implementation, review and evaluation of Nursing Education curricula and programs.
  5. Conduct research in the area of nursing education.

Mode of Delivery

The following three modes of study shall apply:

  • Full Time Study – The program shall extend over a period of two calendar years (24 months) for a full time student.
  • Part Time Study – The program shall extend over a period of three years (36 months) for part time students.
  • Distance Learning Mode – The program shall extend over a period of (36 months) for distance learning students.

A student who requires extending the time limit shall make a special request to the Department, Faculty Board and Board of postgraduate Studies. The recommendation of the major supervisor and the Chairman of department will be required. The request should indicate clearly why the extension is required and how it will ensure the program is completed successfully. A student shall not be allowed to request for an extension of more than one year and not more thane once in the program.

Admission Requirements for MScN IN Nursing Program

  1. In order to be considered for admission into the above program, the candidate must:
  2. Be a holder of Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BScN) from KEMU or any other recognized University.
  3. Be registered by the Nursing Council of Kenya (NCK) or its equivalent.
  4. Should have worked for a minimum of 2 years in a relevant health institution.

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