MAKERERE UNIVERSITYBACKGROUNDMakerere University is a reservoir of the country’s intellectual elite with the core obligation to champion social, political and economic change in society through professional extension services and influencing policy.Having started out in 1922 as a technical college, affiliated to the University of London, Makerere University mutated into one of the three constituent colleges of the University of East Africa in 1963.Later in 1970 it went on to become an independent University by an Act of Parliament. This status continued until 2001 when the Universities and Other Tertiary Institutions Act was enacted.
The University is harbored on three campuses- the Main campus on Makerere Hill, 5 km from the city centre, the College of Health Sciences- Formerly (Faculty of Medicine and School of Public Health) on Mulago Hill adjacent to the National Referral Hospital – 2 km from the Main Campus and the Agricultural Research Institute, Kabanyolo 30kms from Kampala.The University Estate also includes, Buyana Stock Farm – under the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine which is located 60kms on the Kampala -Masaka highway. Kasangati Health Centre- Linked to the School of Public Health. Kibale Forest Reserve under the Institute of Environment and Natural Resource and Budongo Forest Reserve under the Faculty of Forestry and Nature Conservation. Attached to the Institute of Adult and Continuing Education are 9 adult education and extramural centres.
Before the decision to turn Makerere University into a collegiate university, the university had one Constituent College (the College of Health Sciences) and twenty two Faculties, Schools and Institutes offering day, evening and external study programmes to a student body of over 30,000 undergraduates and postgraduates.
The University Council together with the University Senate observed that Makerere University had become too big to be managed at the Centre. There was a need to divide functions between the central administration of the university and viable constituent colleges. The transformation into a collegiate university has involved restructuring of the twenty two existing academic units into nine (9) constituent colleges and one (1) school.And it was on 1st July 2011 when Makerere University got fully transformed into a collegiate university with nine (9) constituent colleges and one (1) school.
Makerere University P.O. Box 7062 Kampala, Uganda College of agricultural and environmental sciences
To establish a world class college of agricultural and health sciences, the scholars that were tasked with the job of establishing the college had to draw ideas from a wide spectrum of structures of other Universities around the globe that have Colleges with disciplines related to agriculture, forestry environment, food and geographical sciences. And it was through their findings that the scholars managed to trace high levels of course duplication within the faculties that were running agriculture and environmental science- related programs. As a result a number of programs were clustered together as a mechanism to reconcile the earlier anomalies which were undermining the quality of education passed on to the students.
From that arrangement, three major clusters, which emerged, constituted the three schools and two research institutes in the College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences. Since the fundamental overhaul of the structures of the college, the college has now steadily grown into an outstanding training ground for agriculturalists and environmentalists.
The College of Business and Management Sciences (COBAMS) CoBAMS is an educational unit and of an exemplary combination. Rigorous academic procedures, commitment to quality education, extensive investment, solid management and continuous development are the principles that will raise the College’s profile and shape its growth over time.Students at CoBAMS will enjoy the advantages of the unique combination of FEMA and ISAE that comes with offering educational experience which is shaped by commitment, enthusiasm, discipline, effectiveness, insight and creativity: an educational experience which can withstand the demands of the contemporary world. The college is committed to establishing a College environment that allows it’s students to flourish and to grow intellectually, emotionally, and socially.
Under the school is the Faculty of Economics and Management (FEMA) which evolved out of the Makerere University Institute of Economics (MUIE). It was formerly the Department of Economics, under the Faculty of Social Sciences before the year 2000. MUIE was elevated to a faculty status in October 2004.
The faculty was mandated to teach Economics, Business and Management courses in Makerere University as well as carrying out research. The Faculty of Economics and Management is comprised of five departments which include the Department of Economic Theory and Analysis, Department of Development Economics, Department of Economic Policy and Planning, Department of Finance and Accounting and, the Department of Marketing and Management.
The college also pays homage to the Institute of Statistics and Applied Economics that was established in July 1969 as an autonomous Institute, within the legal framework of Makerere University. It was to provide facilities for high level professional training for personnel in Statistics and Applied Economics so as to meet the urgent needs of Uganda and other East African countries, as well as other English-speaking African countries.
The ISAE has grown both in scope and depth of its programmes and services since it was founded four decades ago. In order to consolidate its past successes in training statisticians at professional level and to adequately develop the post-graduate and specialized programmes, the University Council approved three departments for the ISAE, namely: Department of Statistical Methods, Department of Planning and Applied Statistics, and the Department of Population Studies.
The individual disciplinary areas of Economics, Statistics and Population Studies offered in the college essentially serve the development policy arena, and greatly support the efficient and effective functionality of Business and Management of organizations, across the spectrum of public, private and non-governmental/civil society sectors.
College of Bussiness and Management Studies
Plot 51, Pool Road
P.O.Box 7062 Kampala, Uganda
Tel: +256 414 530115
Fax: +256 414 532355
Email: [email protected]
The College of Computing and Information Sciences (COCIS) Makerere University It cuts across as a world-class college and the college has remained an icon of excellence on the continent since its inception on 13th December 2010. COCIS is one of the largest computing and ICT training, information science, research and consultancy colleges in Africa.
It is made up of the School of Computing and Informatics Technology (CIT) and the East African School of Library and Information Science (EASLIS). The college is committed to delivering excellent services in the area of Computing, Library, Records and Information Sciences and attracts both local and international students.
COCIS boasts of the state of the art infrastructure including lecture theaters, giant computer laboratories, specialized computer laboratories and a college library. Its three buildings can accommodate over 10,000 students in one sitting. The established academic staff strength of the College is about 300 teaching staff including 30 visiting and local professors. Over twenty of these staff members hold doctorate, with many others in advanced stages of completing their PhD studies.
The college is an active centre for Research and Outreach. It produces a journal, the International Journal of Computing and ICT Research (IJCIR). The College also hosts an annual international conference, the International Conference on Computing and ICT Research (ICCIR).
The College is interested in in-depth research in the areas of Machine learning, Security, ICT for development, Model and web based systems, E-Learning, Mobile computing and communication, Documentary Heritage , Records Management Education, Information Policy and Publishing, Knowledge Management, ICTs for Libraries and LIS Curriculum.The College of Computing and Information Sciences is poised to continue being a modal college in Makerere University and the region, by providing first class teaching, learning and research that directly provides answers to both local and international demands.
College of Computing and Information Sciences, Makerere University,
P.O. Box 7062, Kampala, Uganda. [email protected]
College of Education and External Studies The mandate of the College of Education and External Studies is to prepare educators, community workers, administrators, inspectors of schools, curriculum designers and community outreach implementers to work at all levels and forms of the education system.
It also focuses on the provision of adult, continuing, community, open, distance and e-learning. The College is a centre of excellence in the development, research and application of professional educational approaches in response to national and global needs.
College of Education and External Studies
P.O. Box 7062, Kampala, Uganda
Tel: +256 414 543 251
Email: [email protected]
College of Engineering, design art and Technology
The college of Engineering, design art and Technology started out as Faculty of Technology in 1969 though it fully opened its doors in July 1970 with an intake of 26 students in the three traditional areas of Civil, Electrical and Mechanical Engineering.That was the time when the Uganda Government realized that industries needed more technical manpower than what was being produced, mainly from the University of Nairobi and abroad at that time.
The college of boasts of three schools which includes the School of Engineering, Margaret Trowell School of Industrial Fine Arts and the School of Built environment.The School of Engineering houses the three traditional Engineering Departments in Makerere University and hopes to be a leading school in Engineering Education and Research innovations in Africa.
The school produces graduate engineers who are well founded in engineering fundamentals, blended with the highest standards of professional and ethical behavior, and are prepared to meet the market technical challenges and the needs of the society. The School offers both undergraduate and graduate programs in various engineering disciplines consisting of civil, electrical, and mechanical engineering. The management and use of the built environment is increasingly becoming of paramount importance in Uganda and the world over.
There are many challenges associated with the ever increasing population of the world including overpopulated cities, inadequate housing, mushrooming slums, land related conflicts, poor land management, corruption in construction, cost and time overruns, inadequate public infrastructure and many others.
These challenges are especially apparent in developing countries like Uganda. And it is against that background that while forming the college of Engineering, Design, Art and Technology, the university thought it wise that it should incorporate a School of Built Environment into the college.The School of Built Environment houses the Department of Architecture and Physical Planning; the Department of Geomatics and Land Management; and the Department of Construction Economics and Management.
The school currently offers programmes in architecture, physical and urban planning, land surveying, quantity surveying, land economics and construction management. Moving on, the Margaret Trowell School of Industrial and Fine Art (MTSIFA) is the oldest and one of the most celebrated Art School in East Africa. Founded in 1937 by Mrs. Margaret Trowell, after whom it is named, MTSIFA has three departments: Fine Art; Industrial Arts and Applied Design; and Visual Communication Design and Multimedia. It is a close-knit community of faculty, students, and professionals that serves largely as an arts conservatory and center of excellence in the arts for the East African region.MTSIFA currently offers programs in fine art and industrial design at Bachelors, Masters and PhD level.
College of Health Sciences The College of Health Sciences was established on 1st December 2007 under the “Universities and Other Tertiary Institutions Act (Establishment of College of Health Sciences, Makerere University) Order, 2008.
The College of Health Sciences has evolved from a Medical School of a University College in the early 1900s, to a Medicine Faculty, and finally to a constituent College of a fully fledged University.Makerere University College of Health Sciences (MakCHS) is a constituent college of Makerere University. The schools of the college offer diploma, undergraduate and postgraduate courses in the biomedical sciences, health sciences, human medicine and public health, covering a broad range of disciplines and specialties.
The College’s campus is located on Mulago Hill, in northeast Kampala, Uganda’s capital and largest city. The schools of the college are spread across the southern, western, northern and eastern parts of Mulago and include Mulago Hospital Complex, the college’s teaching hospital. Makerere University College of Health Sciences (MakCHS) consists of four schools. The following schools constitute Makerere University College of Health Sciences: Makerere University School of Biomedical Sciences (MakSBS) Makerere University School of Health Sciences (MakSHS) Makerere University School of Medicine (MakSM) Makerere University School of Public Health (MakSPH)
Office of the Principal, College of Health Sciences,
P.O. Box 7072, Kampala, Uganda.
Tel: 0414-530020 Email: [email protected]
College of Humanities and Social sciences
Apart from being one of the oldest and largest in the University, the College of Humanities and Social Sciences has a reputation for excellence and a commitment to ensuring that its students are well prepared for the ever-changing job market. The College aims at creating and transmitting ideas, knowledge, virtues and values to students with a view to preparing them to be leaders and committed workers for their country in particular and the world at large.
Aware of the global challenges, the college of Humanities and Social sciences designed new strategies to provide its students with more favorable and marketable programs and courses. Professional programs and new subject combinations have been introduced at the undergraduate level and are now being offered. These programs provide specific knowledge, skills and attributes that graduates gain from their respective areas of study.
The College has developed its ICT section, which is fully equipped with facilities open to all students of the College. Other college laboratories have been equipped to enable the students’ easier access to the facilities. All postgraduate programs offered cover a wide range of study areas. They provide applicants with advanced expertise in their select study areas and equip the student with an ability to apply advanced principles of the selected areas of study to everyday living.
College of Humanities and Social Sciences
P.O Box: 7062 Kampala, Uganda
Email: [email protected]
College of Natural Sciences The College of Natural Sciences is committed to creating and imparting knowledge in basic and applied sciences to society through training, research and extension services, all for the purposes of fostering sustainable development. As a result, the college has undertaken research in both basic and applied sciences in support of national development for Uganda.
Besides, the college aims at developing demand driven programmes and research as well as increasing practical skills in sciences. To do that the college has tried to create partnerships with various institutions in both the government and private sector that carry similar aspirations.College of Natural Sciences is made up of two Schools; the School of Physical Sciences and the School of Biosciences. The College offers various programmes both at undergraduate and postgraduate levels.
College of Veterinary Medicine, Animal Resources and Bio-Security (COVAB) The college of Veterinary Medicine, Animal Resources and Bio- Security is an academic, research and education pillar in the animal and associated industries.COVAB primary aim was to produce quality veterinary degree graduates to serve in the state sponsored veterinary departments across the country. COVAB was established in 1922 as a technical certificate training unit of Makerere College that was later upgraded to veterinary diploma training department in 1949 under British colonial rule.
From 1953, the department offered a Veterinary degree of the University of London until 1963 when it reverted to the University of East Africa.The Makerere University Act of 1970 established it as a legal entity that became the Makerere University School of Veterinary Medicine in 1971.
With globalization and alterations in macro-economic policies, the public craves for universities that can equip its graduates with competences that can transform youthful minds into entrepreneurial and useful citizens that are responsive to the demands for poverty eradication and creation of sustainable livelihoods in the country. Abd it such graduates that COVAB produces.
As a result COVAB envisions her purpose as to capacitate people and empower communities while fostering sustainable development through impact-oriented research, training and offering services in animal and related agricultural, biomedical and wildlife tourism industries. Over the years, COVAB has shifted from being a mono-degree institution, offering the state sponsored classical Bachelor of Veterinary Medicine degree, to a multi-degree and multifunction service institution offering diverse demand driven undergraduate and graduate training programs, research and development outreach services. Contact
College of Veterinary Medicine Animal Resources and Biosecurity
P.O BOX 7062 Kampal Uganda (East Africa)
School of Law
Since its establishment in 1968, the School of Law has sought to provide quality education in study of Law and Legal Sciences, and to promote the development of a well-rounded scholar and advocate. Over the thirty years of its existence, the School has expanded tremendously. While the fast graduating class (1968-71) was made up of 17 male students and 6 women, the school in this day and age usually admits over 300 students every year, the majority of which are female students. And whereas the School opened with only 6 teachers, in this day and age, the school boasts of a teaching staff of over thirty distinguished scholars.
All of them are Ugandan academics who have distinguished themselves in their respective disciplines. Commencing as a department in the School of Social Sciences, today the School is divided into four departments, viz., Law & Jurisprudence, Commercial Law, Public and Comparative Law and the Human Rights & Peace Centre (HURIPEC). The education offered by the School today is extremely diverse. Not only is the regular (day) program growing from strength to strength, but in 1993 the School pioneered the introduction of Evening classes – a practice that was quickly emulated throughout the university campus- Postgraduate degrees are currently offered at the Masters (LLM) and Doctorate (LL-D) level, and both are attracting a considerable clientele.
The School of Law is poised to enter the 21st Century as a trail-blazer in the arena of legal teaching scholarship and practice, providing personnel for traditional law practice, non-governmental service, international diplomacy and academia.Not only has it strengthened the traditional areas of teaching such as Legal methods, Land law and Civil Procedure, but it is introducing new areas that meet the challenges of the new millennium, such as Legal informatics, Gender and the Law, and Clinical Legal Education.
All these developments have projected the School back into the international arena, drawing student applications from within the Greater Eastern Africa region, and even stretching beyond. At the undergraduate level, the School of Law offers a 4-year undergraduate Bachelor of Laws (LLB.) degree. This course is conducted simultaneously in the Full-time Day program and Evening Program. Each of the two is specially suited for a different class of student, the latter being tailored to professionals who want to deepen their knowledge of law or are called to the legal profession later in life and is exclusively available to self-sponsored students.
The extension of the course to four years was intended to both broaden and deepen the students’ grasp of legal concepts and their relationship to other disciplines. It also gives a much wider choice of subjects, particularly in the final year of study. At the graduate level, the School of Law offers a 2-year Master of Laws (LL.M) degree and the Doctor of Laws (LL.D.). At the Master’s level, there is no specialization but the student has the choice to tailor his/her academic and professional needs according to their interests.
The Doctor of Laws generally follows the Doctor of Philosophy structure and is similar in academic rigor.
School of Law
Makerere University The Dean
Email: [email protected] Director Human Rights And Peace Center (HURIPEC)
Name: Prof: J. Oloka Onyango
Email: [email protected]
CentersChild Health and Development Centre The Child Health and Development Centre (CHDC) is a centre of excellence for sustainable interdisciplinary and multi-sectoral national capacity building for improving the health of children and women.The mission of the centre is to develop CHDC from a small, reactive centre to a more pro-active and sustainable interdisciplinary research and training institution that takes the University expertise to the people for health and social development.
The Human Rights and Peace Center (HURIPEC) The Human Rights and Peace Center (HURIPEC ) was established under the Faculty of Law in Makerere University in 1993, as the first human rights center of its kind in in Sub-saharan Africa. Although several human rights-related subjects were already being taught at the Faculty of Law, HURIPEC was established solely to foster on teaching, research and activism on human rights and peace issues at the University. Since that time, not only has the number of subjects in the area expanded considerably, but so to have the range of activities being pursued.
HURIPEC represented a Makerere University’s response to a sustained period of gross human rights violations in Uganda. The principal perpetrators of human rights violations against the population have been the state and rebel groups however, increasingly, non-state actors, ranging from the family to corporate entities have been responsible for perpetrating various human rights abuses. Cross-boarder incursions and was complicated and deepened further Uganda’s human rights situation. Far- reaching consequences have included acute decline in economic production, the decay in economic infrastructure and the cllapse of the state and political institutions.
By far the gravest consequences of sustained gross human rights violations is probably the collapse or emasculation of civil society and the widespread feeling of helplessness among large sections of the people.
Faculty of Law,
E-mail: [email protected]
Programs at Makerere University
1. COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES (CAES) Day Programmes Agr-Bachelor Of Science In Agriculture Fst-Bachelor Of Science In Food Science And Technology Age-Bachelor Of Science In Agricultural Engineering Bar-Bachelor Of Agricultural And Rural Innovation Bam-Bachelor Of Science In Agricultural Land Use And Management Hot-Bachelor Of Science In Horticulture Agm-Bachelor Of Agribusiness Management Hun-Bachelor Of Science In Human Nutrition Bvs-Bachelor Of Environmental Science For-Bachelor Of Conservation Forestry & Products Technology Bcf-Bachelor Of Social & Enterpreneural Forestry
Bae-Bachelor Of Science In Agricultural Land Use And Management
2. COLLEGE OF BUSINESS AND MANAGEMENT SCIENCES (CoBAMS) Day Programmes Eco-Bachelor Of Arts In Economics Dec-Bachelor Of Arts In Development Economics Coe-Bachelor Of Commerce Adm-Bachelor Of Business Administration Sta-Bachelor Of Statistics Bqe-Bachelor Of Science In Quantitative Economics Bps-Bachelor Of Science In Population Studies Sas-Bachelor Of Science In Actuarial Science Bbs-Bachelor Of Science In Business Statistics
Evening Programmes Ece-Bachelor Of Arts In Economics Dee-Bachelor Of Arts In Development Economics Ceo-Bachelor Of Commerce And-Bachelor Of Business Administration Bsq-Bachelor Of Science In Quantitative Economics Bpe-Bachelor Of Science In Population Studies Sat-Bachelor Of Science In Actuarial Science Ebs-Bachelor Of Science In Business Statistics
3. COLLEGE OF COMPUTING AND INFORMATION SCIENCES (CoCIS)
Day Programmes Csc-Bachelor Of Science In Computer Science Bit-Bachelor Of Information Technology Isd-Bachelor Of Information System Bsw-Bachelor Of Science In Software Engineering Dcs-Diploma In Computer Science And Information Technology Lis-Bachelor Of Library And Information Science Bra-Bachelor Of Records And Archives Management Arm-Diploma In Archives And Records Management
Evening Programmes Cse-Bachelor Of Science In Computer Science Bet-Bachelor Of Information Technology Bis-Bachelor Of Information System Sse-Bachelor Of Science In Software Engineering Dce-Diploma In Computer Science And Information Technology Ble-Bachelor Of Library And Information Science Bre-Bachelor Of Records And Archives Management Lib-Diploma In Library And Information Studies Ram-Diploma In Archives And Records Management
4. COLLEGE OF EDUCATION AND EXTERNAL STUDIES (CEES)
Day Programmes Eda-Bachelor Of Arts With Education Eds-Bachelor Of Science With Education Bac-Bachelor Of Adult And Community Education
Evening Programmes Ede-Bachelor Of Arts With Education Bce-Bachelor Of Adult And Community Education Dpm-Diploma In Project Planning And ManagementExternal Programmes Cox-Bachelor Of CommerceScx-Bachelor Of ScienceBed-Bachelor Of Education Cyp-Diploma In Youth In Development Work
5. COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING, DESIGN, ART AND TECHNOLOGY (CEDAT)
Day Programmes Civ-Bachelor Of Science In Civil Engineering Ele-Bachelor Of Science In Electrical Engineering Mec-Bachelor Of Science In Mechanical Engineering Sur-Bachelor Of Science In SurveyingArc-Bachelor Of Architecture Sqs-Bachelor Of Science In Quantity Surveying Sle-Bachelor Of Science In Land Economics Scm-Bachelor Of Science In Construction Management Ste-Bachelor Of Science In Telecommunications Engineering Cmp-Bachelor Of Science In Computer Engineering Csd-Diploma In Civil Engineering Surveying Fin-Bachelor Of Industrial And Fine ArtsParallel Programmes (Classes Are Conducted Both During The Day And In TheAfternoon) Cia-Bachelor Of Science In Civil Engineering Ela-Bachelor Of Science In Electrical Engineering Mea-Bachelor Of Science In Mechanical Engineering Sua-Bachelor Of Science In Surveying Ara-Bachelor Of Architecture Sqa-Bachelor Of Science In Quantity Surveying Sla-Bachelor Of Science In Land Economics Sca-Bachelor Of Science In Construction Management Cme-Bachelor Of Science In Computer Engineering Stm-Bachelor Of Science In Telecommunications Engineering Css-Diploma In Civil Engineering Surveying
6. College of Health Sciences
School of Medicine Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery Bachelor of Science in Medical Radiography Bachelor of Science in Speech and Language TherapySchool of Health Sciences Bachelor of PharmacyBachelor of Dental Surgery Bachelor of Nursing Science Bachelor of Dental Laboratory TechnologySchool of Public Health Bachelor of Environmental Health ScienceCertificate in Health Service Management
School of Public Health Short Courses Short Courses in Epidemiology and Biostatistics Public Health in Complex Emergencies School of Biomedical SciencesBachelor of Science Cyto-technology Bachelor of Biomedical Sciences Bachelor of Biomedical Engineering The East African Diploma in Tropical Medicine and Hygiene
7. College of Humanities and Social Sciences
BASS Bachelor of Arts in Social Sciences B.SWSA Bachelor of Social Work and Social Administration BCP Bachelor of Community Psychology BIOPP Bachelor of Industrial and Organizational Psychology BARS Bachelor of Arts in Arts BAJC Bachelor in Journalism and Communication BARS Bachelor of Arts in Arts BASPS Bachelor of Arts Social and Philosophical studies BDVS Bachelor of Development Studies BAD Bachelor of Arts in Dance MUS Bachelor of Arts in Music BAAR Bachelor of Arts in Archeology (Proposed) BADF Bachelor of Arts in Drama and Film DMDD Diploma in Music, Dance and Drama
8. College Natural Sciences
BSc. Biochemistry Major BSc. Biochemistry Minor BSc. BotanyBSc. Biotechnology BSc. ChemistryBSc. Industrial Chemistry BSc. Major in Mathematics BSc. Minor in Mathematics BSc. Physics Major BSc. Physics Minor BSc. Sports Science BSc. Petroleum Geoscience and Production BSc. Zoology BSc. Ethnobotany BSc. Fisheries and Aquaculture
9. College of Veterinary Medicine, Animal Security and Bio Resources
Bachelor of Veterinary Medicine (BVM) Bachelor of Biomedical Laboratory Technology (BLT) Bachelor of Wildlife Health Management (WHM) Bachelor of Animal Production Technology and Management (BAPTM) Bachelor of Laws (LLB) (Evening)Bachelor of Laws (LLB) (Day)
Makerere offers more than 100 graduate programmes, listed below under their respective academic units. Follow the links to the respective websites to learn more about each programme.
1. COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES (CAES) MSc. in Agricultural Extension & Education MSc. in Crop Science MSc. in Animal Science MSc. in Agricultural Engineering MSc. in Soil Science MSc. in Agricultural Economics Master of Agribusiness Management MSc. in Food Science & Technology MSc in Agricultural & Applied Economics MSc. in Plant Breeding and Seed Systems Msc in Applied Human Nutrition MSc. in Environment & Natural Resources MSc. in Agroforestry MSc. in Forestry M.A. in Geography
2. COLLEGE OF BUSINESS AND MANAGEMENT SCIENCES (CoBAMS)
PGD in Demography PGD in Statistics M.A. in Economic Policy and Planning M.A. in Economic Policy Management (Day &Evening) M.A in EconomicsMaster of Business Administration M.A. in Gender Analysis in Economics (Day) M.A. in DemographyMaster of Statistics M.A. in Population and Development MSc. in Population and Reproductive Health MSc. in Quantitative Economics MSc in Population Studies
3. COLLEGE OF COMPUTING AND INFORMATION SCIENCES (CoCIS)
PGD in Information Technology PGD in Computer Science PGD in Data Communication and Software Engineering PGD in Information Systems MSc. in Computer Science Master of Information Technology MSc. in Data Communications and Software Engineering Msc. in Information Systems MSc. in Information Science
4. COLLEGE OF EDUCATION AND EXTERNAL STUDIES (CEES)
PGD in Education M.Ed. in Science Education M.Ed. in Social Sciences & Arts Education M.Ed. in Language & Literature Education M.Ed. in Curriculum Studies M.Ed. in Educational Foundation M.A. in Educational Policy and Planning Master of Adult and Community Education
5. COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING, DESIGN, ART AND TECHNOLOGY (CEDAT)
PGD in Construction Project Management M. of Engineering – Civil (Evening) M. of Engineering – Mechanical(Evening) M. of Engineering – Electrical (Evening) MSc. in Civil Engineering(Day) MSc. in Electrical Engineering(Day) MSc. Mechanical Engineering (Day) M. of Architecture (Day) MSc. in Renewable Energy (Day) M.A. in Fine Art
6. COLLEGE OF HEALTH SCIENCES (CHS)
M. Med: Internal Medicine M.Med Family Medicine M.Med Microbiology M.Med Ophthalmology M.Med Paediatrics and Child Health M.Med Pathology M.Med Psychiatry M.Med Radiology M.Med Ear, Nose &Throat M.Med General Surgery M.Med Obstetrics & Gynaecology M.Med Anaesthesia M.Med Orthopaedic Surgery Msc in Medical Illustration MSc in Human Anatomy MSc in Pharmacology MSc in Physiology MSc in Clinical Epidemiology & Biostatistics Master of Dentistry (Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery) Master of Public Health (Full Time) Master of Public Health (Distance) Master of Health Services Research Master of Public Health Nutrition
7. COLLEGE OF HUMANITIES AND SOCIAL SCIENCES (CHUSS)
PGD in Gender and Local Economic Development PGD Counselling M.A. in Human Rights M.A. in African Languages M.A. in Philosophy M.A. in Languages(foreign) M.A. in History M.A. in Music M.A. in Literature M.A. in Religious Studies M.A. in Peace and Conflict Studies M.A. in Religious and Theological Studies(Ggaba & Kinyamasika) M.A. in Journalism and Communication M.A. in Linguistics M.A. in Gender Studies M.A. in Public Administration & Management M.A in Social Sector Planning & Management M.A. in Sociology M.A. in International Relations& Diplomatic Studies M.A. in Rural Development M.Ed. in Educational Psychology Master of Organisational Psychology (Evening) M.A. in Counselling MSc. in Clinical Psychology
8. COLLEGE OF NATURAL SCIENCES (CoNAS)
MSc. in Mathematics MSc. in Physics MSc. in Chemistry MSc. in Botany MSc. in Zoology MSc. in Geology MSc. in Mathematical Modelling M.Sc. in Biochemistry
9. COLLEGE OF VETERINARY MEDICINE, ANIMAL RESOURCES AND BIO-SECURITY (CoVAB) PGD in Livestock Development Planning & Management M. of Vet. Medicine (Food Animal Health & Production) MSc. in Molecular Biology MSc. in Vet Pathology M. of Veterinary Preventive Medicine
M. of Wildlife Health and Management
MSc inLivestock Development Planning and Management Master of Biomedical Laboratory Sciences and Management Master of Wildlife Tourism & Recreation Management Master of Science Natural Products Technology and Value Chain Management Master of Science in Animal Product Processing, Entrepreneurship and Safety
10. SCHOOL OF LAW (LAW)
Master of Laws
DOCTORAL DEGREES BY COURSEWORKS AND DISSERTATIONS
Ph.D in Information SystemsPh.D in Computer Science