Hello, I’m Prof. Franklin Wabwoba. As dean of the Kibabii University, School of Computing and Informatics (SCAI), I can assure you, if you’re interested in exploring and applying Information Technology or Computer Science, you have come to the right place. With a rare combination of top scholars, an international footprint and multidisciplinary opportunities, Kibabii University is making itself known as a global leader in Information Technology education and research.
Here you’ll learn to think logically, deal with uncertainty and change, work with technology in a socially and environmentally responsible manner, communicate effectively and collaborate with other bright students, all within a supportive community to fulfill the motto of the university of “Education for development” and above all the school’s motto “ Computing, ICT knowledge and skills for development”. Your student experience will be enhanced by experiences of hands on work and interaction with the industry.
If you’re enrolling as a graduate student, you probably know that the Kibabii University is one of the nation’s premier research universities in the field of Information Technology. Interacting with world-renowned scholars and adjunct lecturers from the Industry, you may work on solutions that make an impact at the nanoscale or the cosmic scale.
Students pursuing computing careers at Kibabii look forward to promising futures. If you’re seeking a career in computer Science or Information Technology or Computing Education you’ll find a degree in that field at Kibabii University which is an excellent foundation. With faculty support, many students are headed to convert research projects into commercial products and their own successful companies.
Our shared commitment to democracy, diversity, and social justice means that the problems we take up are motivated by the need to address profound inequities in today’s schools. Within the SCAI community, we are proud of our cross-campus collaborations with the School of Business and Economics, Faculty of Education and social sciences and Faculty of Science. We are designing new learning environments and new technologies in the classrooms and in after-school programs through partnering with policymakers and industry to provide rigorous investigations of policy intentions and their actual effects on Computing professionals and students. We are dedicated to preparing the next generation of computer science and Information Technology specialists who have the passion and knowledge to improve learning ICT experiences for the industry.
While many invest in advertising, we invest in the product. SCAI will provide you with more than a superior technological education. Welcome to the global centre of excellence in harnessing and disseminating Computing, ICT knowledge and skills for development.
Prof. Franklin Wabwoba, PhD (IT)
Dean, School of Computing and Informatics
Out of 4200 ICT graduates who were called for Presidential Digital Talent Programme (PDTP) interview, 400 graduates were successful through a very competitive process. Kibabii University alone managed 8 slots.
Mr. Julius Magero commended Kibabii University for job well done.
Those in the programme include:
Kibabii University SCAI graduates who were taken up on Presidential Digital Talent Programme pose for a photo with the ICT Director Bungoma County Dr. Wakoli in Nairobi.
Information Technology representatives from ; Kibabii University, Matili TTI, Kibabii Diploma Teachers College, Sang’alo TTI, Moi Girls High School (Eld), Teremi High School and Bungoma County pose for a group photo after the Java Programming Refresher Course which was sponsored by Oracle. Inset is Mr. Nelson Ochieng’ from Strathmore University who was the trainer
Members of School of Computing & Informatics (SCAI) during first ISO internal auditing process
PhD Students defending their research proposals on 3rd July 2015 in the School of Graduate Studies Boardroom.The Defense was chaired by Dr. Wasike Deputy University Librarian. Other members present include:Prof. S. Shibairo, Deputy Principal (AR&E), Dr. F. Wabwoba, Ag. Dean School of Computing and Informatics, Dr. S. Mbugua, Director, ICT, Dr. P. Obin, Coordinator, Research, Consultancy and Extension, Dr. J. Wasike, Deputy Librarian, Dr. Peters Anselemo, CoD, IT , Mr. B. SingoroCoD, Accounting, Finance and Economics, Ms. D. Shisoka , CoD, Computer Science, Mr. S. Obwoge, SGSC, Chairman, Mr. E. Masinde,SGSC, Director of Academics
Bsc computer science, BIT and EDS (computer option) in industrial training. The program runs for nine weeks with a climax being visits to major ICT industries in Kenya.
IT Phd students defending proposals at the postgraduate computer lab.
Book on Attackability Metrics Model For Secure Service Oriented Architecture written by Dr. Mbugua and Dr. wabwoba
Dean of school of computing and informatics Dr. wabwoba discussing issues on the programming with other participants at Daresalaam in Tanzania to harmonise computer science and information technology to facilitated manpower exchange and student free movement within East African states
Book on GREEN ICT IMPLEMENTATION IN DEVELOPING NATIONS written by Dr Wabwoba and Dr mbugua from School of Computing and informatics