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  • School of Nursing
Dean School of Nursing
Ms. Linda Mogambi
About Us

Our national healthcare system requires innovative solutions in order to meet the demands of changing trends of morbidity in our current society. Nursing profession has a unique role to meet the increasing complex client needs brought by these changes. To prepare graduates to meet these challenges, our curriculum is grounded in science as well as the art of nursing and incorporates information technology to address education and practice needs for the 21st century.

Our faculty comprises of skilled advanced practice nurses who are highly trained to provide classroom, clinical and community experiences that is required of Nursing graduates. Our graduates are trained to uphold professionalism and provide evidence based nursing care as well as nursing leadership, research and education.

At Maseno University, we strive to achieve excellence and are committed to training of health professionals responsive to regional, national and global health needs.

We welcome you to join us in advancing health and healthcare.

The School

Maseno University School of Nursing offers nursing programs for both undergraduate and graduate degrees. Each nursing program is designed to prepare students for the clinical demands of the nursing field through strong academics and practice.


Community Health Nursing
Medical Surgical Nursing
Nursing Education, Leadership and Research
Midwifery Nursing

School Activities and Notices

Research meetings – Held every end of the month for monitoring of progress on current research activities 

Teaching and Clinical Attachments 

Term 2 2020/2021 – Commences on the 1st of November 2021 – 18th February 2022

Term 3 2020/2021 – Commences on the 20th of February – 27th May 2022


Currently the department is conducting end of semester Examinations for Years 2, 3 & 4

End of year for BSc. Nursing Year 1 – 1st November – 19th November 2021