Nairobi — The United States International University-Africa (USIU-Africa) today made history in the local higher education sector by graduating its first cohort of students with a Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree offered entirely online. I was.
The class of 12 alumni was part of more than 1,339 alumni who earned a variety of undergraduate, graduate and doctoral degrees at the 44th Commencement Ceremony of the best universities.
In a colorful ceremony presided over by outgoing Vice-Chancellor Professor Frieda Brown and newly appointed Vice-Chancellor Professor Margie Ensign, university leaders strengthen e-learning learning programs to meet growing market demand I confirmed my plan.
Attending the graduation ceremony, Evans Atambo, Senior Secretary for University Education and Research, commended USIU-Africa for leading the development of e-learning solutions that complement traditional higher education delivery options.
“The graduation of this first cohort of graduate students who have studied online from beginning to end is encouraging and a good testament to Kenya’s ability to deliver quality e-learning at the tertiary level,” said Atambo. said Mr. He said.
USIU-Africa received regulatory approval from the Commission on University Education (CUE) to offer a fully online MBA program in 2020. Learning resources, including e-books, e-journals, and other e-resources from your university’s online library.
Vice Chancellor Professor Frieda Brown, who delivered a commencement speech, said the graduating class also included the first cohort of a Bachelor of Arts degree in Animation and a Bachelor of Science degree in Epidemiology and Biostatistics. .
“Congratulations to our Class of 2022. You are future global leaders, not only here in Kenya, but across the continent and beyond. I look forward to hearing about the impact she will create in.” Professor Ensign said she will bring to her new position an outstanding academic and administrative reputation from both the United States and Africa.
In its recently announced 2021-2026 Strategic Plan, the university outlines plans to strengthen enrollment by more than 32% while diversifying the range of market-driven courses offered as part of the university’s growth plan. Did. The Strategic Plan also highlights a blueprint for securing the University’s revenue mobilization efforts and funding academic offering programs while leveraging robust information technology systems.
The university also aims to move 85% of its students into the labor market through market-driven programs that meet the needs of 21st century industry. As part of its strategic plan, the institution plans to triple external research funding and productivity by 2026.
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