Message from Dr. Kennedy Nyabuto Ocharo
Hi! Welcome to the School of Business and Economics website. The school was established in 2014. The School has been growing steadily in both staff and students numbers over the years. Currently, the student population stands above 800 with 10 faculty. The school has developed the following programs which are market-driven:
- Post Graduate Programs
Ph.D. in Business Administration and Master of Business in Business Administration
- Undergraduate programs
Bachelor of Commerce, Bachelor of Economics, Bachelor of Economics and Statistics, Bachelor of Purchasing and Supply Management and Bachelor of Science in Finance. The School is also in the process of developing a program on Bachelor of Economics and Finance.
- Diploma programs
Diploma in Purchasing and Diploma in Business Management with IT
- Certificate Programs
Certificate in Purchasing and Supplies, and Certificate in Business Management with IT
The school has collaborated with KRA to set up tax clubs among the students. The clubs help the community in tax compliance issues including filing returns. The school has partnered with the Capital Market Authority (CMA) to continually sensitize students in capital market matters. The school has also partnered with KASNEB to provide an examination centre for its professional courses.
Dr. Kennedy Nyabuto Ocharo, Ph.D
Dean, School of Business and Economics
A Milestone for the School of Business and Economics
Monday, 02 September 2019 10:26
A Milestone for the School of Business and Economics The School of Business and Economics is proud to contribute to the first batch of University of Embu PhD graduands in this Graduation Ceremony....
Monday, 02 September 2019 09:26
School of Business & Economics Linkages
Wednesday, 04 April 2018 09:31
Linkages - Kenya Revenue Authority (KRA)
- Post Graduate Programs
SBE Staff Profiles
Latest Publications from the School
- Gatimbu, K. K., Ogada, M. J., Budambula, N., (2019). Environmental efficiency of the small-scale tea processors in Kenya. An inverse Data Envelopment Analysis Approach, Environment Development and sustainability.-Springer
- Makau, Justus, K. Njuru, Stephen. Ocharo, K.N. (2018) Macroeconomic Environment and Public Debt in Kenya. International Journal of Economics, Vol.3, Issue 1, pp 49 - 70
- Kulane, A.A., & Kariuki, S. N. (2018). The influence of board structure on the financial performance of tier three commercial banks in Nakuru County, Kenya. International Journal of Business and Processes, 4(2), 24-29.
- Muteti, E. N., & Kariuki, P. (2018). Effect of Investment Criteria on Financial Performance of Private-Equity Firms In Kenya. The Strategic Journal of Business & Change Management, 5(4)