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About School of Environment & Earth Sciences
Global Environmental issues such as Climate Change, Natural Resources Management, Water and Sanitation, Energy, Human Settlements and Waste Management are the current focus of the School.The School of Environment and Earth Sciences offers professional Undergraduate and Postgraduate degrees in following departments: Environmental Science, Geography and Natural Resource management, Hydrology and Water Resource Management and Climate Change and Development, all of which aim at training experts with unparallel skills to address global environmental problems.
SEES has a total of 30 academic staff members who include; Professors, Senior Lecturers, Lecturers, Assistant Lecturers and Senior Technologists. About 70 students graduate from SEES every year.
The School of Environment and Earth Sciences is the only one in Kenya offering Bachelors degrees in: • Hydrology and Water Resource Management. • Climate Change and Development.
Since its inception in 2005, the School has graduated 398 undergraduates, 21 Masters and 6 PhDs. Members of Staff are involved in many research initiatives, some of which include: Victoria Research Initiative- VicRes, East African Environmental Network-EAEN and International Geographic Union –IGU research projects.