• Kenyatta University Tennis Team

  • 2nd International Conference on Physical and Sports for Health Development in Africa

  • 2nd International Conference on Physical and Sports for Health Development in Africa

  • 2nd International Conference on Physical and Sports for Health Development in Africa

  • 2nd International Conference on Physical and Sports for Health Development in Africa

Entry Requirements

Applicants for the Postgraduate Diploma in Sports Administration course shall have attained a minimum academic qualification of Bachelor’s degree or its equivalent from a recognized University.

Course Requirements

The duration of the course will be one academic year of two semesters during which 10 units of 35 contact hours each will be covered and a research project undertaken.

In order to qualify for the award of Kenyatta University Postgraduate Diploma in this programme, a candidate shall be expected to have passed CATS, Research Project and the final written examinations with a minimum score of 50%.

Each candidate will also be expected to successfully complete a practicum of four (4) months during which she/he will be expected to prepare and submit a written report supervised and assessed by a University Examiner.

Program Structure, Duration and Pattern

Academic year

Year 1

Total

No. of Units

10

10

Semester

Sem 1

Sem 2

Unit loads

5

5

Course Units

Core Units

s/n

Unit Code: Title

Sem 1

Sem 2

 

HRS 740: History and Development of Sports

+

 
 

HRS 748: Research Methods in Sports

+

 
 

HRS 749: Applied Statistics

 

+

 

HRS 755: Research Project & Report

 

+

 

HRS 761: Practicum (16 weeks)

 

+

Electives

NOTE: Each Year Group to take similar electives because of the minimum quorum required for a class. Thus not all units are on offer at any given time

 

HRS 741: Principles of Sports Management

 

+

 

HRS 745: Design and Management of Sports Facilities

+

 
 

HRS 746: Principles of Sports Marketing

 

+

 

HRS 750: Sports Event Planning and Management

 

+

 

HRS 751: Sports Team Management

+

 
 

HRS 753: Psychology of Sports

 

+

 

HRS 754: Leadership in Sports Organization

+

 
 

HRS 756: Financial Management in Sports

+

 
 

HRS 757: Sociology of Sport

 

+

 

HRS 758: Sport Activities (Swimming, Basketball & Tennis)

+

 

Dr. Festus Kiplamai

Chairperson

Department of Recreation Management & Exercise Science


 

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