The B.Sc (Astrophysics) is designed to train graduates who will have the relevant skills to work in areas of Basic and Applied Space Sciences, such as Satellite Space Stations (e.g., San Marco in Malindi), Astronomical observatories and Aeronautical Engineering Departments and Remote Sensing. Through this course, we hope to build capacity of expertise needed for the development of space science in Kenya. Currently Kenya is engaged in some joint Space Science activities, with the Italian Government through the San Marco Project in Malindi.
The program consists of 54 course units covered in eight regular University of Nairobi semesters i.e. 4 years with a period for Industrial Attachment.
Career Prospects For BSc (MIT)
- Kenya space agency
- Remote science stations
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