At inception, on 4th January, 2010 the University admitted students into the College of Social and Management Sciences, being one of the pioneer Colleges of the University. The session ran smoothly without hitches from 4th January to August 2010. The second session of the university started on October 4th 2010 with over 1,000 students.

So far the University has maintained strict compliance with its academic calendar which makes it possible for students to pre-determine their possible date of completion of their programmes even before enrolment. It has been the policy of the University to post on-line students’ results within 24hours of approval by the Senate.

The current academic programmes in the College of Social and Management Sciences increased from 6 to 11 programmes by the beginning of 2014 are listed below; it is gratifying to note that, all the 11 programmes are fully accredited by National Universities Commission and all the relative Professional bodies for each of the programmes. We have over 2,800 students in the college of Social and Managements Science.

 

ACADEMIC PROGRAMMES:

The following academic programs are run by the college:

  1. B.Sc Economics
  2. B.Sc Accounting
  3. B.Sc. Banking and Finance
  4. B.Sc. Media and Communications
  5. B.Sc Business Administration
  6. B.Sc Political Sciences
  7. B.Sc International Relations and Diplomacy
  8. B.Sc Peace and Conflict
  9. B.Sc Intelligence and Security Studies
  10. B.Sc Tourism and Events Management
  11. B.Sc Social Justice

The academic programs are serviced by three departments and various departments as follows:

DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMICS AND MANAGEMENT STUDIES

  1. Economics
  2. Accounting
  3. Banking and Finance
  4. Business Administration
  5. Department of political Science and International studies
  6. Political Science
  7. International Relations and Diplomacy
  8. Peace and conflict
  9. Intelligence and Security Studies
  10. Department of media, Communications and Social Studies
  11. Tourism and Events Management
  12. Media and Communication Studies
  13. Social Justice