The School’s Bachelor of Commerce degree prepares students to work in the area of management, finance, accountancy, banking, micro-finance, administration and other related fields. The course is structured to reflect the changing world of commerce and to equip its learners with the necessary skills, ethical principles and general knowledge needed for decision-making in a contemporary business environment.
The programme incorporates some courses in Information Technology to help meet the demands of the current job market and the projected continued influence of electronic trade in conducting business. Courses in humanities and ethics are included to address the need for a wider consideration of issues in business decision-making. Students also have the option of studying a foreign language including: French, German, Japanese or Spanish.
Partnership with ACCA
Strathmore’s partnership with ACCA seeks to provide a unique strategic opportunity and an educational support framework for students of Strathmore University to achieve the highest professional standards in their professional development for a career in accounting, business leadership and commercial finance.
To facilitate, encourage progression and further students’ educational development, ACCA and Strathmore University offer a unique ACCA embedded Bachelor of Commerce degree programme with special incentives.
The Bachelor of Commerce course is offered in two stages
The minimum requirements for the Bachelor of Commerce Degree:
Prospective students who meet the minimum requirements must sit for and pass the Strathmore General Entrance Examination which consists of a written exam and oral interview. Interviews will be conducted every Tuesday and Thursday at 8.00am, Madaraka Campus. In order to sit for the General Entrance Examination students will be required to bring:
Kindly register for the programme through the form below.