I am most excited to welcome you to the Department of Mathematics, Chemistry, and Physics at UEAB which is found in the School of Science and Technology. In the department, we provide and advance wholistic education which develops and prepares students with pure and applied knowledge and practical skills in mathematics, chemistry, and physics to enable them to excel in their chosen careers.
Our programs are tailored to meet the 21st-century industrial requirements and job market demands as envisioned in the Vision 2030 and 2050 millennium goals and the church mission. The undergraduate programs offered include;
A minimum KCSE C+ grade is required to join the undergraduate programs. Students with a minimum of KCSE C- grade can join a diploma course while a D grade in KCSE will guarantee a place for a certificate course.
The department is proud to be served by competent experienced faulty, laboratory technicians and staff that teach/instruct different areas of specialization in the department, guide students in the practical and/or lab sessions, carry out research and also provide academic advice to our students. The department’s laboratories for Chemistry, Mathematics and Physics are well equipped with resources, equipment, apparatus, and computers to ensure competent practical sessions and hands-on experience in the new era of the competence-based education system which ensures positive response to societal needs and global challenges.
The department, being one of the oldest at UEAB, has produced graduates in mathematics, chemistry, and physics who have found job opportunities in the manufacturing and processing industries, mining and petroleum industries, research institutions, educational institutions, data processing industries, banks, and insurance companies among other areas. Our alumni have been recognized to offer exemplary services wherever they are working, locally and globally.
We endeavour to produce hands-on quality graduates, able to critically apply scientific knowledge and skills in addressing and solving challenges facing the world.
On behalf of the department, once again, I welcome you to the Department of Mathematics, Chemistry, and Physics and wish you well as you join and study with us.