POST GRADUATE PROGRAMMES FOR SCCD

/POST GRADUATE PROGRAMMES FOR SCCD
  1. Masters of Cooperative Business (MCB)

Duration of the Programme

The Programme will run for a period of 2 years for 4 semesters

Mode of study

Full time and part-time via IODEL

Employment Opportunities

  1. Institutions of higher learning
  2. Government ministries
  3. Cooperative sector and banks
  4. Research institutions
  5. Non-governmental organizations
  6. Self-employment as a consultant

 

Entry Requirements

For a candidate to be admitted to Entry Requirements

For a candidate to be admitted to Masters of Cooperative Business (MCB) programme in the School he/she must have any of the following:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Cooperative Business or any other related field of business with at least upper second class honours degree or cumulative Grade Point Average ( GPA) of 3.0 on a scale of 4.00 ;

OR

  • Lower  Second Class Honours  or cumulative GPA of 2.50 on a scale of 4.00 with relevant  working experience of two years;

OR

  • A postgraduate diploma, or its equivalent.

 

  1. Qualification units/courses/modules

(Summarize the ALL units/courses that must be taken for the qualification by Semester/term to be awarded and the credits carried by each of the units/courses; Level and credit value of each course/unit; Arrange them in the sequence in which they are taught, Indicate Core, optional and elective courses; Pre-requisites and co-requisite; Indicate courses which are mainly fieldwork/work based practice) use the table below and-add more space if necessary-Max 3000 words

 

UNIT CODE UNIT NAME Year Semester Option Prerequisite Notional hours Credits
MCCD 5101 Theory and Practice of Community Development 1 1 Core None 135 13.5
MCCD 5102 Contemporary Issues in Social Development 1 1 Core None 135 13.5
MCCD 5103 Project Design and Management  1 1 Core None 135 13.5
MCCD 5104 Social Research Methods 1 1 Core None 135 13.5
MCCD 5105 Co-operative Philosophy 1 1 Core None 135 13.5
MCCD 5106 Training Techniques for Development 1 1 Core None 135 13.5
MCCD 5107 Social Statistics 1 2 Core None 135 13.5
MCCD 5108 Community Organizing and Action 1 2 Core None 135 13.5
MCCD 5109 Comparative International Devolved  Governance Systems 1 2 Core None 135 13.5
MCCD 5110 Monitoring and Evaluation of Community Development Projects 1 2 Core MCCD 5104 135 13.5
MCCD 5111 Community Entrepreneurship 1 2 Core None 135 13.5
MCCD 5112 Comparative International Social Welfare Policy and Administration 1 2 Core None 135 13.5
MCCD 5201 Participatory  Community Development Approaches 2 1 Core None 135 13.5
MCCD 5202 Comparative Models of  International  Development 2 1 Core None 135 13.5
MCCD 5203 Resource Mobilization and Fund Raising 2 1 Core None 135 13.5
MCCD 5204 Urbanization in Underdeveloped Countries 2 1 Elective None 135 13.5
MCCD 5205 Social  Policy Formulation and Analysis 2 1 Elective None 135 13.5
MCCD 5206 Voluntary Agencies/Civil Society  in Development and welfare 2 1 Elective None 135 13.5
MCCD 5207 Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) 2 1 Elective None 135 3
MCCD 5208 Gender and Development 2 1 Elective None 135 3
MCCD 5209 Social Psychology 2 1 Elective None 135 3
MCCD 5210  Sustainable Development Strategies 2 1 Elective None 135 3
MCCD 5211 Community Extension Education Systems 2 1 Elective None 135 3
MCCD 5212 Community Leadership, Volunteerism and Philanthropy 2 1 Elective None 135 3
MCCD 5213 Field Placement 2 1 Core None 135 3
MCCD 5214 Research Thesis 2 1&2 Elective MCCD 5104, MCCD 5107 540 180
MCCD 5215 Research Project 2 1&2 Elective MCCD 5104, MCCD 5107 1540 180

 

 

  1. Masters In Community Development

Duration of the Programme

The Programme will run for a period of 2 years for 4 semesters

Mode of study

Full time and part-time via IODEL

Employment Opportunities

  1. Institutions of higher learning
  2. Government ministries
  3. Cooperative sector and banks
  4. Research institutions
  5. Non-governmental organizations
  6. Self-employment as a consultant

 

Entry Requirements

For a candidate to be admitted to Masters of Community Development programme in the School he/she must have any of the following:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Community Development, Development studies, Social Work OR ant other related field with at least upper second class honours degree or cumulative Grade Point Average ( GPA) of 3.0 on a scale of 4.00 ;

OR

  • Lower  Second Class Honours  or cumulative GPA of 2.50 on a scale of 4.00 with relevant  working experience of two years;

OR

  • A postgraduate diploma, or its equivalent.

 (Provide all the possible minimum entry requirement)

  1. Qualification units/courses/modules

(Summarize the ALL units/courses that must be taken for the qualification by Semester/term to be awarded and the credits carried by each of the units/courses; Level and credit value of each course/unit; Arrange them in the sequence in which they are taught, Indicate Core, optional and elective courses; Pre-requisites and co-requisite; Indicate courses which are mainly fieldwork/work based practice) use the table below and-add more space if necessary-Max 3000 words

 

 

UNIT CODE UNIT NAME Year Semester Option Prerequisite Notional hours Credits
MCCD 5101 Theory and Practice of Community Development 1 1 Core None 135 13.5
MCCD 5102 Contemporary Issues in Social Development 1 1 Core None 135 13.5
MCCD 5103 Project Design and Management  1 1 Core None 135 13.5
MCCD 5104 Social Research Methods 1 1 Core None 135 13.5
MCCD 5105 Co-operative Philosophy 1 1 Core None 135 13.5
MCCD 5106 Training Techniques for Development 1 1 Core None 135 13.5
MCCD 5107 Social Statistics 1 2 Core None 135 13.5
MCCD 5108 Community Organizing and Action 1 2 Core None 135 13.5
MCCD 5109 Comparative International Devolved  Governance Systems 1 2 Core None 135 13.5
MCCD 5110 Monitoring and Evaluation of Community Development Projects 1 2 Core MCCD 5104 135 13.5
MCCD 5111 Community Entrepreneurship 1 2 Core None 135 13.5
MCCD 5112 Comparative International Social Welfare Policy and Administration 1 2 Core None 135 13.5
MCCD 5201 Participatory  Community Development Approaches 2 1 Core None 135 13.5
MCCD 5202 Comparative Models of  International  Development 2 1 Core None 135 13.5
MCCD 5203 Resource Mobilization and Fund Raising 2 1 Core None 135 13.5
MCCD 5204 Urbanization in Underdeveloped Countries 2 1 Elective None 135 13.5
MCCD 5205 Social  Policy Formulation and Analysis 2 1 Elective None 135 13.5
MCCD 5206 Voluntary Agencies/Civil Society  in Development and welfare 2 1 Elective None 135 13.5
MCCD 5207 Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) 2 1 Elective None 135 3
MCCD 5208 Gender and Development 2 1 Elective None 135 3
MCCD 5209 Social Psychology 2 1 Elective None 135 3
MCCD 5210  Sustainable Development Strategies 2 1 Elective None 135 3
MCCD 5211 Community Extension Education Systems 2 1 Elective None 135 3
MCCD 5212 Community Leadership, Volunteerism and Philanthropy 2 1 Elective None 135 3
MCCD 5213 Field Placement 2 1 Core None 135 3
MCCD 5214 Research Thesis 2 1&2 Elective MCCD 5104, MCCD 5107 540 180
MCCD 5215 Research Project 2 1&2 Elective MCCD 5104, MCCD 5107 1540 180

 (Please attach proof of development of occupational standards used or minutes of stakeholder consultation used to develop the qualification)

Pathways of the Qualification

(Diagram or narrative showing: Entry pathways into the qualification, exit points within the qualification, Employment and higher education destinations after completing the qualification)-Max 2000 wards

 

  1. Bachelors in community development/any related field recognized by CUK senate
  2. Masters in community development
  3. Proceed to Doctorate
  4. Employment in government ministries, NGOs, self-employment/ lecturer