The mission of the Department of Accounting and Finance is the provision and advancement of a Christian educational experience for students pursuing careers in accounting and finance in order to equip them with necessary skills for service to God and humanity.
A graduate in accounting and/or finance has a wide variety of career opportunities. The Department prepares, equips, trains and develops the students for career possibilities in business and industry, hospitals, schools, universities, religious and not-for-profit institutions, public accounting, proprietorship, government service, and in many other recognized organizations. It is a common observation that almost every organization has accounting and/or finance personnel among the ranks of its officers and employees. The graduate may become an accountant, controller, treasurer, manager, financial analyst, chief executive officer,investment consultant, tax advisor, auditor, production supervisor, or other related areas.
An applicant, who scores a minimum of KCSE mean grade of C+ (Plus), with a minimum of C or its equivalent in both English and Mathematics, may be considered to pursue either a Bachelor of Business Administration in Accounting or Finance, or a minor in Accounting or Finance. For international students or other non-KCSE certification, the University will consider equivalent qualifications.
The vision of the department is to be a centre of excellence producing world class experts in accounting and finance fortified with moral values.