Monsignor Stephen Kyne Technical College ( MSKTC )

The Dean of the Monsignor Stephen Kyne Technical College (MSKTC) proudly welcomes you to its academic programs.

The Dean of the Monsignor Stephen Kyne Technical College (MSKTC) proudly welcomes you to its academic programs. Courses at the college are designed to provide professional skills, quality education, and training through theoretical and practical demonstrations that will enable students to succeed in the technical sector.

Through various specialized courses, students will understand basic concepts and principles that should allow them not only to acquire positions in industries, but to also become self-reliant. We invite you to take part in this exciting academic experience which should be integral to your future growth and development in the technical industry.

Sincerely yours,
J. Exodus Flanjay - Dean, MSKTC

  • To teach students and train future technicians and engineers to become industrious.
  • To build the capacity of students through skills and knowledge to be efficient in addressing the challenges of engineering.
  • To prepare students for graduate study in various fields of engineering.
  • To prepare students and graduates to contribute to the community and national development.

A candidate for the degrees of Associate of Art (AA) and Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) in Architectural Engineering, Building Construction Technology, Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Electronics Engineering, and Environmental Science must complete a combined total of 146, 197, 211, or 153 respectively of semester hours to qualify for graduation at the Bachelor level. The curriculum in each field of study is presented in two parts:

Part I: Deals with the complete Associate of Arts (AA) degree program.

Part II: Deals with third, fourth, and fifth year of the Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) degree program.

The program of study for each of the six areas of the curriculum is made of three core courses: 1 the academic supporting, 2 the technical orientation, and 3 the specialized engineering courses. In addition to this arrangement of the program, the curriculum is designed to provide a considerable time for practical experience through laboratory activities and field training programs.

Area of Study Degree / Credit Hours Degree / Credit Hours Combined Total Credit Hours
Architectural Engineering AA / 112 B.Sc. / 34 146
Building Construction Technology B.Sc. / 146
Civil Engineering AA / 169 B.Sc. / 28 197
Electrical Engineering AA / 169 B.Sc. / 28 197
Electronics Engineering AA / 121 B.Sc. / 90 211
Environmental Science AA / 119 B.Sc. / 34 153

Note - Interested candidates can view the Admission Page of this website to obtain all necessary information on the Entrance Exams and Admission Policy and Procedure of the Polytechnic. You can download, print, complete and submit in hard copy or complete the Entrance Exams or the Admission Form electronically and submit.