MASTERS IN COMMUNITY ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT (MCED)
The Master programme is aimed at training community economic development practitioners to work in the government and communities. Graduates should be in a position to generate knowledge and information that will permit local leaders to make informed decisions. The platform students are registered into the system and a lecturer for each course uploads documents to be read and continuously interact online with the students.
Candidates holding the following qualifications will be eligible for admission into the Masters in Community Economic Development (MCED) Programme:
- First degree holders from recognized universities in the field of community economic development with at least a minimum GPA of 2.7; and/or;
- Candidates with postgraduate Diploma with at least two years practical work experience in a relevant field.