This programme focuses first on developing language skills and appreciation of our shared African experience. In addition, it centres on developing and deepening realistic and critical reflection on this experience, and later on forming a personal synthesis. The aim is to enable a student to acquire a capacity for self-education and, thus, become a responsible educator throughout life. The programme is designed to form a person who lives by authentic values, is prepared for genuine dialogue and is available for the service of others. Such a person will be able to judge a situation reasonably, decide and act responsibly for the good of all and educate likewise.
The University will propose as candidates for a Bachelor of Arts Honours degree those who meet the requirements for graduation. For admission all must have passed English language at Ordinary Level as well as Mathematics. Normal entry to the University requires both O Level five passes and at least two at the Advanced level, or four passes with at least three at the Advanced level. Mature entry for students 30 years and older requires five passes at the Ordinary level and experience in virtue of which the University considers them ready for a degree programme.
Electives from ICT & Engineering (First Semester)
Electives from Education and Leadership (First Semester)
Fourth Year Courses