|COURSES||REQUIREMENTS MINIMUM||DURATION||Examination Body|
|Diploma-Animal Health & Production||C(plain),Bio C(plain)||9Terms||KYCAT|
|Diploma-Animal Production & Health Management||C(-)||9Terms||KYCAT|
|Diploma-Information Communication Technology (ICT)||C(-)||6Terms||KYCAT|
|Diploma-In Electrical & Electronic Engineering||C(-)||9Terms||KYCAT, CITY&GILDS|
|Diploma in business management||C-||6Terms||KNEC/KYCAT/CITY|
The college admits students in January, May and September.
For those students preferring to be residents, the college has halls of residence for the respective gender. However these halls of residence are out of bound to members of the opposite gender and are allocated on a first come basis. The cost per term is Kshs.3000.
All academic programmes are open to both male and female students without discrimination.
The college runs a cafeteria where students access meals at very affordable prices. This has enabled students to exercise freedom in the choice of meals.
Drug Free Environment
The Kenya YMCA College of Agriculture and Technology strictly prohibits the manufacture,possession, use, sale or distribution of illicit drugs by anyone on the institutions’ property or part of any of its activities.Kenya YMCA College of Agriculture and Technology is designated as a“No Smoking Zone”. Smoking is not permitted in any othercollege location including its building, bathrooms, walking on campus, or at the entrance of any building.There are no smoking breaks.
- Community based training (CBT); involves visits to self-help groups in Limuru-Ndeiya wards.
- Agro-enterprise Development Training; A programme in partnership with county governmentof Kiambu and International institute of rural Reconstruction. Here extension and KYCAT staffs train farmers on agro-enterprise development with the aim of increasing farm productivity.The programme has been implemented in Limuru, Kiambaa and Lari sub-counties.
As a project of the Kenya YMCA, the YMCA College of Agriculture and Technology purpose is to attract, bring together and develop the youth to meet their foremost needs in and for their communities in accordance with Christian values as stated in the Holy Bible.