The School of Business and Economics is one of the schools established in Turkana University  College . The School offers both undergraduate  and postgraduate programmes that are market driven. Kindly take a virtual tour of the School  to familiarize yourself with our activities. 

Staff In the School

1.Mr Darius BosireMBAFinanceDean
2.CPA Jared OkelloMBAAccountingChair of Department
3CPS Collins OburaMBAProcurementExaminations officer
4.Dr. Henry OngoriPh.D.ManagementLecturer
5.Dr. Tom NyamancePh.D.Business financesenior lecturer
6.Linda WanjalaDiploma School Administrator

Programmes offered

a) Masters in Business Administration(MBA)

In the following areas:

(Accounting, Marketing, Human Resource, Production & Operation Management, Small Business Management, or Strategic Management)

b) Masters of Arts in Public Administration & Management (MPAM)

In the following areas

(Public Policy and Administration, Local Government Administration, Community Development and NGO Management, Financial Management)

c) Bachelor in Business Management

(Accounting, Marketing, Finance, HRM, Entrepreneurship, Purchasing & Supply Chain management)

      d)Diploma in Business Management

In the following areas:

(Accounting, Marketing, Finance, HRM, Entrepreneurship, Purchasing & Supply Chain management)

       e) Certificate in Business Management

Career opportunities

Learners are expected to land into the careers upon completion of their business programmes. They include but not limited to the following:

  1. Business adviser
  2. Business analyst
  3. Business development manager
  4. Chartered management accountant
  5. Corporate investment banker
  6. Data analyst
  7. Data scientist
  8. Forensic accountant
  9. Insurance underwriter
  10. Management consultant
  11. Project manager
  12. Risk manager
  13. Stockbroker
  14. Supply chain manager
  15. Actuarial analyst


Once our learners pursue business degree programmes, they prepare one for a career in business, which can apply to any sector or industry. Learners would have to decide on the area they want to work in and aim to get relevant work experience. One can gain experience at university through extracurricular activities, such as club membership or taking a role on a society that will develop team-building, business and finance skills. They should get a part-time job in an area related to a chosen career which provides commercial skills and/or gives one knowledge in business functions and how organisations operate. This could be acquired through industrial attachment which orients them into business environments.