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Bachelor Of Arts In Performing Arts


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Degree Code: C01 Degree Name: Bachelor of Arts in Performing Arts Degree Type: BACHELOR Degree Duration: 4 Degree Description: Click to View Introduction Oral Literature, theatre, and music performance are the foundations of written literature. The fields of Oral literature and Theatre have grown tremendously in Kenya over the recent years, and the enthusiasm of students to learn and express themselves in these fields is overwhelming. This interest by students calls for the establishment of courses in the Performing Arts. This proposal for the establishment of a B.A. degree in Performing Arts is meant to address the lacuna in the teaching of this specialized area in the University of Nairobi. Moreover, the University of Nairobi?s vision to become a world class university, necessitates research, documentation and production of African art forms which take into consideration the fast growing culture of globalisation. This should happen if the fields of oral literature, music, dance and theatre arts were to come together in the teaching of the art of performance. The need to establish courses in the Performing Arts is also informed by an expanding popular culture and entertainment industry that needs professional performers. The production of plays, films, documentaries, song, music and dance for public consumption either in live shows or on Television has created a demand for artists who are qualified to understand and respond to the aesthetic needs of society. The teaching of courses in these areas is meant to produce artists who can come up with innovative plays, films, documentaries, songs, dances and so on, to satisfy an ever-changing market demand. Furthermore, given the government?s stated desire to promote Kenyan culture, the B.A. in Performing Arts is geared towards graduating individuals who will produce locally relevant artwork. Such productions will go towards fulfilling the demand for local content by local radio and TV stations. Fees Structure Kshs 7,200 per unit and Kshs 500/- per exam. Registration fee 1,000 Medical emergency cover (annual) 5,000 Student I/D (annual) 500 Library 1,000 Activity fee (annual) 2,000 Computer lab (annual) 5,000 SONU (annual) 1,000 Caution Money (Refundable) 5,000 Total 20,500/= Some extra fees to meet the unique requirements of the course will be charged as indicated in the table below: Extra Charges Item Amount Fieldwork & attachment 10,000 (once in third year) Practicals 3,000 (annual) Equipment and software 5,000 (annual)

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Duration:
4 years

Eligibility:
An applicant must satisfy the prescribed University of Nairobi requirements. In addition, an applicant for admission to the Department of Literature must have any of the following minimum qualifications: Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (K.C.S.E.) with a mean grade C+ or equivalent and a minimum of C+ in English or minimum grade of B in an English language bridging course offered at the University of Nairobi with at least a C- in the subject at KCSE. K.C.S.E. with a mean grade C plain or equivalent Plus a Diploma or equivalent from a recognized post- secondary institution; K.C.S.E. with a mean grade C- or equivalent Plus a Certificate and a Diploma or equivalent from a recognized post- secondary institution; Kenya Certificate of Education/East African Certificate of Education (K.C.E./EA.C.E) Div. III/ Ordinary GCE or equivalent Plus a Diploma or equivalent from a recognized post- secondary institution; Kenya Advanced Certificate of Education (K.A.C.E.) or East African Advanced Certificate of Education (E.A.A.C.E)/ Advanced GCE Certificate with one principal pass Plus a Diploma or equivalent from a recognized post- secondary institution; A Diploma from an institution recognized by the Senate of the University of Nairobi and a minimum aggregate of C at KCSE level or O-level, Division III. Qualifications deemed to be equivalent to any of the above. International Baccalaureate Diploma; A degree from a recognized University or equivalent.The Department of Literature shall be guided by the Faculty of Arts list of recognized institutions from either the Kenya National Examinations Council or Commission for Higher Education. A Diploma course shall be required to have covered at least three (3) course units of 45 contact hours each over a minimum period of two (2) semesters of 15 weeks or 270 contact hours. A student must also satisfy requirements set from time to time by the Department of Literature.

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