Welcome to the School of Arts and Humanities (SAH)
The School of Arts and Humanities seeks to promote academic excellence and holistic transformation for the development of humanity and society. It fosters critical thinking, transformative learning, research and creativity through relevant academic programs in a collegial environment.
It comprises three departments namely:
Bachelor of Education Degree (Arts/Science)
The B.Ed aims at training professionally qualifed teachers who are competent and skilful enough to teach and provide effective servant leadership and management at all levels of education in private, corporate and public service. The programme focuses on building a broad foundation of theoretical and professional knowledge in education while on the other hand, focusing on concepts, skills and knowledge in specifc disciplines.
Bachelor of Education (B.Ed Arts)
Bachelor of Education (B.Ed Science)
Post-Graduate Diploma in Education – PGDE
The purpose of the Postgraduate Diploma in Education (PGDE) is to train university graduates currently employed as untrained graduate teachers. Such training will equip them with the needed professional qualifcations and expertise necessary to successfully carry out their responsibilities as teachers or managers in various felds of education. The Postgraduate Diploma in Education is a one-year intensive programme primarily designed to give untrained graduate teachers skills to carry out their instruction with a Christian commitment.
Bachelor of Arts in Peace & Conﬂict Transformation
This program equips the student with an understanding of the causes of war and conflicts in our world and ways of responding to war and conflict. It is a multidisciplinary program whose emphasis is on Transformation and Management of Conflicts in our world. In addition, the Programme is concerned with factors and conditions that make peace and justice possible including the promotion and protection of human rights, human security, and the causes of poverty and injustices in Africa.
Master of Arts in Diplomacy, Development and International Security