The College of Management and Social Sciences is as old as when the University commenced academic activities in January, 2009. The College is made up of two major components:

Management Sciences

Accounting & Finance

Business Administration

Economics

Public Administration

 

Social Sciences

Criminology & Security Studies

Peace And Development Studies

International Relations And Diplomacy

Mass Communication.

 

The Handbook is an invaluable guide to all the Global Leaders of the College of Management and Social Sciences both old and new as it contains valuable information about the University and the College. It contains the code of conduct and academic requirements of the University. Hence, being in possession of such a document, it is expected that Global Leaders will discharge their responsibilities effectively.

It is hoped that all the members of staff and Global Leaders of the College will find this information very useful as an instrument for life success.

Departments

The Department of Social Science was created in 2011 when the former Department of Criminology and Penology, Economics, Peace and Development Studies and Regional Integration and Diplomacy were merged to allow for optimal use of existing capacity. As students’ enrolment into the programme increases over time, it will become expedient to allow each programme to become full fledge department again.

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The Department of Management Sciences has the general objective of training Entrepreneurs, Marketers, Accountants, Business Administrators, Office and Human resources Managers and Mass Communicators who can play leadership roles in private and public organizations. As a result, the Department is committed to making its academic programmes qualitative and globally competitive.

The Department aspires to become a preferred destination for the training of professionals and practitioners in the management sciences. To this end, our lecturers work tirelessly to promote learning and understanding among students, by adopting world class teaching and research techniques