PhD Programme in Construction Engineering and Management ( Research and Thesis)
INTAKE: “Throughout the year Subject to Successful Presentation of Proposal”.
The main objective of the programme is to develop competent and well-rounded construction engineers and managers who will have the skills to source, secure and effectively handle projects in the domestic and international construction market, as well as be leaders in research and innovation in the built environment. The PhD shall be by thesis only and shall extend over a minimum of 3 calendar years.
Minimum Admission Requirements
Applicants should have a recognized masters degree in Civil Engineering or Construction Engineering and Management, Building Economics, Construction Project Management or Architecture or Construction Management, or Agricultural Engineering or Biomechanical & Process Engineering or equivalent, and in addition should have met the following requirements in the undergraduate program:
a) a holder of at least second class (lower division) honours, degree as underlined above, of JKUAT,
b) a holder of at least second class (lower division) honours degree as underlined above, from any other institution recognized by JKUAT senate as being of equivalent academic status, or a holder of at least second class (lower division) honours degree in a field which is recognized by JKUAT as an adequate prerequisite for the Master of Science in Construction Engineering and Management, or any other equivalent qualification.