Headed by: Dr. Samuel V. Obiero
Infrastructure & Services Thematic Areas
The role of infrastructure and Services in Propping urban and rural livelihoods cannot be gainsaid. Their direct and indirect contribution to GDP growth through enabling citizens to live safely, transfer goods and services, the convenient management of resources and simply making life easy and relaxed cannot possibly be quantified. The living environment is alive because of infrastructure, physical and social infrastructure and the wherewithal we carry out all our daily socio-economic activities as well as generate wealth.
|Course Codes||Course Description|
|1.||BUR 206||Infrastructure & Utilities Planning I|
|2.||BUR 303||Planning for Transportation|
|3.||BUR 313||Urban Planning Studio I|
|4.||BUR 312||Urban Planning Studio II|
|5.||BUR 506||Planning for Transportation|
|6.||BUR 508||Planning for Engineering Services|
|7.||BUR 512||Urban Planning Studio|
|8.||BUR 515||Information Technology in Planning|
Graduates of Urban and Regional Planning can find employment in NGO's, County Governments, Central Governments UN Bodies- UNCRD, UNEP, UN-Habitat, Parastatals – Nairobi County Council (NCC), Kenya Urban Roads Authority (KURA), ENNDA, Ministry of Housing, Physical Planning Departments, National Lands Commission (NLC), Regional Development Authority and Water and Sewerage Companies under the Water Act.