Diploma in Civil & Structural Engineering - Masinde Muliro University of Science and Technology - MMUST | Educartis

Kakamega
Diploma
On Campus

Benefits

Course Overview

The Faculty of Engineering supports students in gaining an in-depth understanding of basic engineering, broadening their perspectives, and developing their creativity, humanity and practicality, so they will become key players in industrial circles and international arenas.
The faculty's industry consultants specialise in the design and production of customised training courses, training manuals, skills audits, workplace assessments and occupational health and safety training.
Training courses for engineering options are regularly updated to meet the changing needs of technology and production methods in Kenya and abroad.
The Faculty of Engineering dates back to 2002. Since then, the Faculty has extended in size and scope to meet the increasing need of engineers to keep pace with the growth of Kenyan economy. The Faculty is now composed of three departments covering a wide range of engineering sciences. All departments offer regular Day courses.

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How This Course Will Benefit Your Career

To train at least 40 graduate engineers per academic year who can accomplish the design and supervision of construction of civil engineering infrastructure and give consultancy services with due regard to professional ethics. To develop vocational and entrepreneurial skills as a basis of employment and career development in line with the Vision 2030 blue print. To undertake research and develop new innovations geared towards solving Engineering problems. To undertake at least 3 No consultancy projects per year, and engage with the external industry and community in the area of civil and structural engineering.
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When do I start?

Next available course