Faculty of Social Science

Bachelor’s Degree Programs

1.  Bachelor of Science in Criminology, Conflict and Security Studies

The Bachelor of Science, BSc in Criminology, Conflict and Security Studies is an undergraduate program in the Faculty of Social Sciences with the objectives to expose students to the art and science of criminology, conflict and security studies. There is connectivity between criminology, conflict resolution and security. Students will get to learn criminology and it theories and also the role criminologists play is shaping the social standard behaviors of people is a defined jurisdiction. Students will also get to learn peace and conflict resolution

and how it can be applied in the various strata of the society both in the public and private sectors. Security is an essential component of the society and our students will be exposed to intelligence and strategic security studies.

Note: 120 credit units are required for Bachelor of Science in Criminology, Conflict and Security Studies and it is categorized as follows: 69 credit units for compulsory courses, 33 credit units for elective courses, and 18 credit units for general education courses.

2.  Bachelor of Science in Economics

The Bachelor of Science, BSc in Economics is an undergraduate program in the Faculty of Social Sciences with an objective to expose students to the theories of economics both microeconomics and macroeconomics. Students will get to understand the importance of economics in building, developing and sustaining an entity whether public or private.

Note: 120 credit units are required for Bachelor of Science in Economics and it is categorized as follows: 69 credit units for compulsory courses, 33 credit units for elective courses, and 18 credit units for general education courses.

3.  Bachelor of Science in Politics and International Relations

The Bachelor of Science, BSc in Politics and International Relations is an undergraduate program in the Faculty of Social Sciences with objectives to expose students with the art and science of politics and international relations. Students will get to understand the State as a political entity; the political theories and structure of a State and how State relate and interact on international domain.

Note: 120 credit units are required for Bachelor of Science in Politics and International Relations and it is categorized as follows: 69 credit units for compulsory courses, 33 credit units for elective courses, and 18 credit units for general education courses.

4. Bachelor of Science in Public Administration

The Bachelor of Science, BSc in Public Administration is an undergraduate program in the Faculty of Social Sciences with objectives to expose students with the art and science of Public Administration, Governance and Structure. Students will get to understand the State and Governance; the State and its Administrative Theories, the State and its Structure and also the interaction of the State with Individuals, Corporate Entities and other States.

Note: 120 credit units are required for Bachelor of Science in Public Administration and it is categorized as follows: 69 credit units for compulsory courses, 33 credit units for elective courses, and 18 credit units for general education courses.

5. Bachelor of Science in Criminology and Criminal Justice

6. Bachelor of Science in Peace and Conflict Resolution

7. Bachelor of Science in Anthropology

8. Bachelor of Science in Sociology

9. Bachelor of Science in Demography and Social Statistics

10. Bachelor of Science in Environmental Protection and Resources Management

11. Bachelor of Science in Geography and Meteorology

12. Bachelor of Science in Industrial Psychology and Labor Relations

13. Bachelor of Science in Library and Information Science

14. Bachelor of Science in International Relations and Strategic Studies

15. Bachelor of Science in International Disaster Management

Note: 120 credit units are required for Bachelor of Science and it is categorized as follows: 69 credit units for compulsory courses, 33 credit units for elective courses, and 18 credit units for general education courses.

Master’s Degree Programs

1. Master of Science in Criminology, Conflict and Security Studies

The Master of Science, MSc in Criminology, Conflict and Security Studies is a postgraduate program in the Faculty of Social Sciences with an objective to expose students to the advanced art and science of criminology, conflict and security studies.

Note: 36 credit units are required for Master of Science in Criminology, Conflict and Security Studies and its categorized as follows: 26 credit units for compulsory courses, 4 credit units for elective courses and 6 credit units for thesis.

2.  Master of Science in Economics

The Master of Science, MSc in Economics is postgraduate programs in the Faculty of Social Sciences with an objective to expose students with advance theories of economics both microeconomics and macroeconomics.

Note: 36 credit units are required for Master of Science in Economics and its categorized as follows: 26 credit units for compulsory courses, 4 credit units for elective courses and 6 credit units for thesis.

3.  Master of Science in Politics and International Relations

The Master of Science, MSc in Politics and International Relations is a postgraduate program in the Faculty of Social Sciences with objectives to expose students with the advance theories of politics and international relations.

Note: 36 credit units are required for Master of Science in Politics and International Relations and its categorized as follows: 26 credit units for compulsory courses, 4 credit units for elective courses and 6 credit units for thesis.

4. Master of Public Administration (MPA)

The Master of Public Administration, MPA, is a postgraduate program in the Faculty of Social Sciences with objectives to expose students with the advance arts and science of a State, Governance, Structure, Theories and Administration.

Note: 36 credit units are required for Master of Public Administration and its categorized as follows: 26 credit units for compulsory courses, 4 credit units for elective courses and 6 credit units for thesis.

5. Master of Science in Criminology and Criminal Justice

6. Master of Science in Peace and Conflict Resolution

7. Master of Science in Anthropology

8. Master of Science in Sociology

9. Master of Science in Demography and Social Statistics

10. Master of Science in Environmental Protection and Resources Management

11. Master of Science in Geography and Meteorology

12. Master of Science in Industrial Psychology and Labor Relations

13. Master of Science in Library and Information Science

14. Master of Science in International Relations and Strategic Studies

15. Master of Science in International Disaster Management

Note: 36 credit units are required for Master of Science and it is categorized as follows: 26 credit units for compulsory courses, 4 credit units for elective courses, and 6 credit units for thesis.

Doctoral Degree Programs

1. PhD in Criminology, Conflict and Security Studies

The PhD in Criminology, Conflict and Security Studies is the apex academic degree in the postgraduate school of the Faculty of Social Sciences with an objective to prepare students with leadership skills and knowledge needed to succeed and occupy top leadership positions both in the academics and other industries.

Note: 57 credit units are required for PhD in Criminology, Conflict and Security Studies and its categorized as follows: 21 credit units for core courses, 8 credit units for general courses, 12 credit units for doctoral seminars and 16 credit units for thesis.

2.  PhD in Economics

The PhD in Economics is the apex academic degree in the postgraduate school of the Faculty of Social Sciences with an objective to prepare students with leadership skills and knowledge needed to succeed and occupy top leadership positions both in the academics and other industries.

Note: 57 credit units are required for PhD in Economics and its categorized as follows: 21 credit units for core courses, 8 credit units for general courses, 12 credit units for doctoral seminars and 16 credit units for thesis.

3.  PhD in Politics and International Relations

The PhD in Politics and International Relations is the apex academic degree in the postgraduate school of the Faculty of Social Sciences with an objective to prepare students with leadership skills and knowledge needed to succeed and occupy top leadership positions both in the academics and other sectors.

Note: 57 credit units are required for PhD in Politics and International Relations and its categorized as follows: 21 credit units for core courses, 8 credit units for general courses, 12 credit units for doctoral seminars and 16 credit units for thesis.

4. PhD in Public Administration

The PhD in Public Administration is the apex academic degree in the postgraduate school of the Faculty of Social Sciences with an objective to prepare students with leadership skills and knowledge needed to succeed and occupy top leadership positions both in the academics and other sectors.

Note: 57 credit units are required for PhD in Public Administration and its categorized as follows: 21 credit units for core courses, 8 credit units for general courses, 12 credit units for doctoral seminars and 16 credit units for thesis.

5. Doctor of Public Administration (DPA)

The Doctor of Public Administration is a top degree in the postgraduate school of the Faculty of Social Sciences with an objective to prepare students with leadership skills and knowledge needed to succeed and occupy top leadership positions both in the academics and other sectors.

Note: 54 credit units are required for Doctor of Public Administration and its categorized as follows: 21 credit units for core courses, 8 credit units for general courses, 9 credit units for doctoral seminars and 16 credit units for thesis.

6. PhD in Criminology and Criminal Justice

7. PhD in Peace and Conflict Resolution

8. PhD in Anthropology

9. PhD in Sociology

10. PhD in Demography and Social Statistics

11. PhD in Environmental Protection and Resources Management

12. PhD in Geography and Meteorology

13. PhD in Industrial Psychology and Labor Relations

14. PhD in Library and Information Science

15. PhD in International Relations and Strategic Studies

16. PhD in International Disaster Management

Note: 54 credit units are required for Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) and it is categorized as follows: 21 credit units for core courses, 8 credit units for general courses, and 12 credit units for doctoral seminars and 16 credit units for thesis.