By JOSEPHAT SIROR
Its directors have been in the country assessing work, which is expected to last for few days before it officially opens its doors.
“In the next few months, we will be admitting students. For now, we are almost completing setting up everything,” said CMU president Dominic Mwenja.
|CMU president Dr Dominic Mwenja (right). [PHOTO: Tabitha Otwori/Standard]|
He said the institution would feature uniquely to bridge runaway qualifications required of students seeking enrollment in the public universities.
The university board says its accreditation will certainly match with the normal validation process by the Commission for Higher Education.
“Being an accredited American university makes the process easier since the US accreditation will also be enforced on our local branch campus,” Dr Mwenja explains.
The university is fully accredited in the US. CMU, according to the board, will offer several degree courses including business, health, accounts, and leadership.
It also plans to adopt a similar curriculum used in Asian branch for uniformed standard but little adjustment to suit local needs.
“American curriculum is no different from Kenya’s, but we have developed in a manner that would suit local students and the market,” said Mwenja who himself studied in America.
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