School of Business and Management Sciences


Profile

Dr. Otuya

Dr. Robert I. Otuya
Ph.D (Kabarak), MBA (Moi), HND, Diploma (KTTC)


Ag. Dean, School of Business. & Management Sciences

The School of Business and Management Sciences offer a wide range of market driven programs in Management, Entrepreneurship, Project Planning and Management, Tourism, Hotel and Hospitality Management. The programs range from Diploma, to Postgraduate level.

The School’s strategic networks with the industry have enabled the packaging of training programs to be in line with the current industry challenges and demands.

Our mission as a school is to equip learners with knowledge and skills in business and management sciences through teaching, research, mentorship and partnerships with local and international institutions. We produce scholars for domestic and global markets.

The school has three departments. The department of Business Management which offers courses that equips learners with skills and competencies in Finance, Banking, Accounting, Purchasing and Supplies, Marketing, Entrepreneurship and Project Planning.

The department of Tourism and Tour Operations Management produces highly innovative and broadly interdisciplinary oriented professionals in aspects of tourism planning, development and tour operations management.

The department of Hotel and Hospitality equips learns with management skills to enable them to effectively run hospitality establishments locally and globally.



Department of Business management

Department of Tourism, Tour and Travel Management

Department of Hotel and Hospitality



Major Achievements

  1. The school jointly worked with HNU University in Germany to train 18 students from 5 countries in Africa in MBA Healthcare Management.
  2. Enactus University of Eldoret led by the school of Business and Management Sciences worn the Enactus Kenya 2016 Nation Expo 2nd Runners up trophy. They also had worn Ford Foundation Funding for a Project on reduction of food wastage through cold storage facility.
  3. Three students from the school participated in Consumer Goods Forum in Capetown, South African.