Academic Programmes

Degree Programme

  1. Bachelor of Laws

Entry Requirement:

  1. Be a holder of a Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (K.C.S.E.) with a mean grade of at least C+ (Plus) or its equivalent with a minimum grade B (Plain) in English or Kiswahili.
  2. Be a holder of a Kenya Advanced Certificate of Education (K.A.C.E) with at least three principal passes.
  3. Be a holder of a Degree from a recognized University.
  4. A credit passes in a Diploma in Law examination from an accredited institution.

Course Duration:

The SEKU SoL LL.B programme is undertaken within a four-year period.

Applications Procedure:

Application forms may be obtained from our website OR SEKU Main Campus, Kwa Vonza, Off Machakos-Nairobi Road, Tel: +254 748 605 997 Email: or
Application fee (non-refundable) of Ksh. 2,000/= is payable through the following bank accounts:

  • National Bank of Kenya (SEKU Branch) A/C No. 0102152862000,
  • Equity Bank Ltd ( Kitui Branch) A/C No. 0720295920757,
  • Barclays Bank of Kenya Ltd (Kitui Branch) A/C 2021558152,
  • Co-operative Bank (Kitui Branch) A/C No. 01129300544600,
  • Kenya Commercial Bank (Kitui Branch) A/C No. 1127693166,
  • Family Bank (Kitui Branch) A/C No. 072000038445

Academic Registrar, South Eastern Kenya University
P.O Box 170-90200, Kitui



The SEKU SOL LL.B Programme Curriculum

As an Accredited School of Law, licensed for the next five years by the Council of Legal Education (CLE), it offers the 16 Statutory and mandatory Core Units as follows 1. Legal Research, 2. Law of Torts, 3. Law of Contract, 4. Legal Systems and Methods, 5. Criminal Law, 6. Family Law and Succession, 7. Law of Evidence, 8. Commercial Law (including Sale of Goods, Hire Purchase and Agency), 9. Law of Business Associations (to include Insolvency), 10. Administrative Law, 11. Constitutional Law, 12. Jurisprudence, 13.Equity and the Law of Trusts, 14. Property Law, 15. Public International Law, and 16. Labour Law. Additionally, the SEKU SoL identified and expounded units from its niche areas of Laws in Electoral, Sustainable Development, Dryland Agriculture, and Management and Conservation of Natural Resources and Environment. The SEKU SoL LL.B Programme is structured as follows.


  1. Communication Skills
  2. Introduction to Ethics, Integrity and Values
  3. Introduction to Environmental Management
  4. Legal System and Methods
  5. Contract Law I
  6. Social Foundations of Law
  7. Constitutional Law I
  8. Criminal Law I
  9. Elements of Economics
  10. Contract Law II
  11. Criminal Law II
  12. Constitutional Law II
  13. Legal Research and Writing
  14. Law of Tort I
  15. Administrative Law I
  16. Sustainable Development Law


  1. Law of Tort I
  2. Administrative Law II
  3. Commercial Law
  4. Property Law
  5. Law of Evidence I
  6. Civil Procedure I
  7. Criminal Procedure
  8. Information Communication Technology and Space Law
  9. Law of Evidence II
  10. Civil Procedure II
  11. Labour Law
  12. Law of Trust and Equity
  13. Family Law
  14. Law of Business Association I
  15. Land Law and Land Use Policy
  16. Clinical/Judicial Program Attachment


  1. Jurisprudence
  2. Public International Law
  3. Law of Business Association II
  4. Law of Succession
  5. Environment and Natural Resources Law
  6. Intellectual Property Law
  7. Tax Law
  8. Energy Law
  9. Human Rights Law
  10. Electoral Law
  11. Research Methodology
  12. International Humanitarian Law
  13. International Trade and Investment Law
  14. Devolution Law
  15. Capital Markets and Securities Law
  16. Food Law and Policy


  1. Law of Conveyancing
  2. Disability Law
  3. Legislative Drafting
  4. Dissertation
  5. Agricultural Law
  6. Conflict of Laws
  7. Children and the Law
  8. Competition Law
  9. Water Resources Law
  10. Climate Change Law
  11. Accounting for Lawyers
  12. Alternative Dispute Resolution
  13. Insurance Law
  14. Consumer Protection Law
  15. Cooperative and Micro Finance Law
  16. Law, Science and Technology

Our History

The SEKU SoL is a key legacy of our Founding Vice Chancellor, Prof. Geoffrey M. Muluvi and also an achievement for the first chairman of the Council, Prof. Munavu, who held this objective in mind since it was a Constituent College of University of Nairobi. The SEKU SoL was accredited by the Council of Legal Education (CLE) on 29th November 2022... Read more