Professor Stanley Ngome Mutsotso (PhD)
Associate Professor of Education (Instructional Technology)
Dean School of Graduate Studies
Department of Curriculum and Instructional Technology
Faculty of Education and Social Sciences
The mandate of the school is to coordinate all post graduate matters including development of programmes and admission of graduate students. The programmes on offer are market driven and highly popular. Additional new programmes are being developed by the respective schools and departments. By end of 2014/2015, the school had a total of 201 students, male 135 and female 66. The school expects 10 students to graduate this year. For the academic year 2015/2016, a total of 24 new students, male 15, female 9 have reported.
State of the art SGS boardroom has been established and now in use. The boardroom location is Academic Block B, room ABB 108. Special class rooms have been set aside with special facilities for post graduate teaching. Qualified graduate faculty has been hired per department to teach graduate programmes.
The vision of the school is to become a reputable world class school that offers interdisciplinary space to train and nurture intellectual faculties for knowledge creation and application. The mission of the school thereforeis to provide a strong and supportive infrastructure for post graduate training by encouraging intellectual and social interactions guided by the values of integrity, respect and meritocracy.
The school is committed to ensuring that students complete their graduate studies on time. To realize this,a tracking system of all registered students is being developed to monitor the activities of students and their supervisors including the set timelines. More importantly, the school will remain faithful to its philosophy of originality, truth and innovation and as a custodian of the prescribed Commission for University Education graduate standards
Elizabeth Oloo successfully defended his thesis entitled “Influence of Peer Teaching Methods on Performance in Mathematics among Secondary School Students in Kenya”. His supervisors were Professor Stanley Ngome and Dr. Edwin Masibo. He is the first Post graduate student from the Faculty of Education and Social Sciences to defend a thesis. The event that was organized by the school of graduate studies was chaired by the Chairman, Dr. Maiyo Julius. Other members present in the event include, Prof. Mustosto Stanley, Prof Mukwa Chris, Dr. Wepukhulu Rispah, Dr. Masibo Edwin and Dr. Kadian Wanyama.. Students from the departments of Curriculum and Instruction and Information Technology were present in the event. The event was organized in the school of Graduate studies Boardroom on 4th Feburary, 2016.
Batoya Isaac Barasa successfully defended his thesis entitled “Social Technical Integration Framework on ICT Readiness in Bungoma County Primary Schools”. His supervisors were Dr. Wabwoba Franklin and Mr Juma Kilwake. He is the first Post graduate student from the school of computing and informatics to defend a thesis. The event that was organized by the school of graduate studies was chaired by the Chairman, Faculty Graduate Studies Committee – Faculty of Education and Social Sciences, Dr. Masibo Edwin. Other members present in the event include, Dr. Mbugua Samuel, Dr. Anselemo Ikoha, Dr. Wabwoba Franklin, Mr. Rono Richard, Ms. Shisoka Dorcas, Mr. Brian Singoro and Mr. James Abila of Rongo University. Students from the departments of Curriculum and Instruction and Information Technology were present in the event. The event was organized in the school of Graduate studies Boardroom on 9th November, 2015.
Faraji Anduku Yatundu successfully defended his thesis entitled “Effect of Branding Strategies on Performance of Public Sugar Manufacturing Firm in Western Kenya”. His supervisors were Dr. Otiso Ntabo and Dr Wanyama Kadian. He is the first Post graduate student to successfully defend a thesis. The event that was organized by the school of graduate studies was chaired by the Dean of the graduate school, Prof. Stanley Ngome Mutsotso. Other members present in the event were, Dr. Otiso Ntabo, Dr. Wanyama Kadian, Dr. Wabwoba Franklin, Dr. Masibo Edwin, Dr. Maiyo Julius, Dr. Anselemo Ikoha, Mr. Brian Singoro and students from the departments of Business Administration and Management, Curriculum and Instruction and Information Technology. The event was organized in the school of Graduate studies Boardroom on 6th November, 2015.
Students from the department of Social sciences, pursing master’s degree in religion presented their concept papers at the departmental level. SGS boardroom was the venue for the presentation. The event that attracted both graduate students and graduate faculty had six students presenting their research proposal. The Dean faculty of Education and Social sciences Dr. Rispah Wepukhulu, The CoD Social Sciences Ms. Muchilwa were part of present.
|The School of Graduate Studies Boardroom that has the ability of holding meetings of more than fifty (50) people is an advantage to graduate students as it helps in processing of their research proposals, thesis and research proposal defense. The boardroom has held research proposal defenses from departments of Information Technology, Education Planning Management and Biological and Applied Sciences. The boardroom is used to hold SGS Board meetings and other meetings such as Faculty, departmental, ISO and different committee meetings. The boardroom is located at the Academia Block B, first floor room number ABB 108. The Boardroom has a notice board that assists in passing of information to Kibabii University College community.|
Masters students from department of English , Literature, Journalism and Mass Communication defend their concept papers before a panel in Boardroom A
Masters students from department of Social Sciences defend their proposals before the panel in Graduate School Boardroom
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
A student from the Department of Mathematics during masters defence.
Members of the school of graduate studies in a meeting
Members of the school of graduate studies in a workshop
School business students and staff during project defense.
For more information, comment, complaint and compliment, Send an email to SGS@kibabiiuniversity.ac.ke or Call: Prof Stanley N Mutsotso, +254(0)721-548-523 or Mr. Prestone Simiyu, 0719123671