This programme of Development Studies offers training to undergraduate students. It is a three years programme leading to the award of Bachelor of Arts degree in Development Studies. The programme has been developed to expose students to both theoretical and practical experiences in relation to development. The theoretical component provides relevant theoretical orientations to the nature of development issues. That is, development needs interventions and challenges. The theoretical orientation also enables students to develop the skills of critical analysis of development issues.
The practical component of the course programme, presents opportunities for students to acquire development experiences across space and time. Second year students are encouraged to undertake practical projects (internship) in a chosen community or organisation to enable them learn the practice of development work and research. Other Programmes coming on board are in Gender Studies at Diploma, Degree, Post Graduate Diploma and Masters Level.