Master of Banking and Finance
The program targets early career individuals in organizations especially staff from banking, finance and economic institutions, private companies, as well as fresh graduates from universities.
It also targets persons who, in response to the challenge of globalization, seek to acquire the techniques of financial and risk assessment, corporate finance and management, corporate governance as practiced in international capital markets.
The following shall be eligible for admission to the Master of Banking and Finance:
i) Holders of at least second-class honours upper division degree in Business Management or Economics of Moi University or second-class honours lower division degree
in the above fields of study with at least three years works experience.
ii) Holders of at least second-class honours upper division degree in Business Management, Economics, Commerce, Business Administration from an accredited university and recognized by Moi University Senate as equivalent to at least second class honours upper division degree of Moi University.
Mode of Study
The programme shall be undertaken on a full-time (day classes) or part-time basis (evening and weekend classes).
Duration of the Programme
The duration of programme shall be four semesters of full time attendance or a maximum period of four years of parttime attendance from the date of registration.
Examinations and Assessment
a) Candidates shall be required to pass in all the prescribed courses in a given programme. The pass mark shall be 50%
b) Assessment at the end of the course work shall consist of:
i) A written examination which shall normally constitute 60% of the total marks in each course.
ii) Continuous assessment based on essays, assignments and such other tests as may be prescribed by the instructor. This will normally constitute 40% of the total marks.
This program is spread into two semesters of course work and two semesters of research work.
There are four specialization options in this program namely:
Banking; Financial sector Policy; Financial Markets; and Micro-finance.