The 2010 Kenya Constitution has appropriately placed considerable emphasis on the proper administration and management of public lands. In order to implement the provisions in the constitution in respect to land, considerable expertise in this area will be needed. In anticipation of the need to strengthen capacity in the area of land administration, the University has already established a programme in Land Administration in the Department of Land and Infrastructure Management in the School of Architecture and the Built Environment. It has however been considered that in order to give this area of study commensurate presence within the University, the programme of study ought to be domiciled in a dedicated department. Consequently, it has been proposed to establish the Department of Land Administration and Information within the School of Surveying and Geospatial Sciences. The study programmes in the Department shall cover in particular issues to deal with policy and technical aspects of public land administration including land tenure, cadastral systems, land registration, and land information management.