US Accredited Online Bachelor's Degree Pathway with Graffins College
Students completing our program will learn all the key functions needed to run a business, including accounting, budgeting, human resources, and management skills, all from a Christian perspective.
City Vision University is accredited by the Distance Education Accrediting Commission, which is recognized by the United States Department of Education..
Format & Transfer Credit
About City Vision University
The program can be taken toward a Bachelor's degree (120 credits), Associate's degree (60 credits), or certificate (30 credits). We accept transfer of up to 90 credits from any accredited college. Students can use our prior learning assessment program to apply for up to 30 credits for unaccredited training and experience.
City Vision University is a nonprofit Christian college established in 1998 providing Bachelor's in Addiction Studies, Missions, Nonprofit Management & Business and a Master's in Technology & Ministry. All of our faculty have at least Master's degrees and are current or past practitioners in their fields.
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Tuition is set in partnership with Graffins College. Price does not include books or e-books.
What You'll Learn
Students in our Business Administration program may get jobs in mid-level management in either business or non-profit settings. Some may also get jobs in accounting or office administration. Finally, some may use our entrepreneurship training to start their own business.
Accounting - coming soon
Technology & Entrepreneurship
Top-Up Degree Summary
Graffins College City Vision University Degree Path
Graffins College is the exclusive commercial provider of City Vision University's Degree pathway for Kenya. Pricing for Graffins graduates is $3,600/year or $360/unit. Pricing for graduates of other Level 5 programs is $4,000/year or $400/unit. The following is an outline of the degree path.
Graduation Requirements & Transfer Credits
Concentrations (Pick 4 Modules in One Concentration)
Core Business Modules (Required)
Spring 1 (January 9 – March 6, 2017)
Spring 2 (March 20-May 15, 2017)
Summer (June 5-July 31, 2017)
Fall 1 (August 22 – October 16, 2017)
Fall 2 (October 23 – December 18, 2017)