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Bachelor Of Arts In Kiswahili And Creative Studies (BAKISW)

The Kiswahili and Creative Studies programme is divided into THREE levels: 100 series, 200 series and 300 series. At level 100 series, the courses acquaint students with both the background and other major linguistics and literary theories and the application of these theories in critically analyzing Kiswahili language and literary works. The two remaining Levels (200 -300 series) of the programme provide instruction on a more advanced level in a broad range of core subjects. They therefore enable a student to choose from a range of optional courses which might form the basis of specialization in their future career and studies. The programme is concluded by testing students’ research skills. Those who scored B+ in research methodology (OSW 235) will be allowed to demonstrate their acquaintance with research methods and methodology by registering OSW 336 Research Project in Kiswahili. All candidates are required to take at least 36 OUT units which is equivalent to 360 TCU credits, each unit covering content materials equivalent to thirty-five one-hour lecture materials.

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Course Name:Bachelor of Arts in Kiswahili and Creative Studies
Course Initials:  BAKISW
Total Units: Minimum 36 and Maximum and 42 Maximum
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