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 THE SCHOOL OF GRADUATE AND ADVANCED STUDIES

Academic Programmes

The following postgraduate programmes are currently running:

School of Mechanical and Process Engineering:
Master of Technology in Mechanical Engineering Technology.
Master of Technology in Mechanical Engineering Technology is a five (5) semester full-time evening or regular programme by coursework, examination and industry-based research and thesis. The students proceed for industrial attachment in the third semester of their first academic year of study. Tuition and statutory fees are as in the Master’s fees structure, with additional fees charged for the extra semester.

School of Mathematics and Actuarial Science:
Master of Science in the following:
Applied Statistics.
Mathematical Statistics.
Mathematics (Pure and Applied Mathematics).
The Masters’ programmes of the School of Mathematics and Actuarial Science are five (5) semester full-time evening or regular programmes by coursework, examination and thesis. Students can opt to graduate with a Postgraduate Diploma certificate at the end of the first academic year of study instead of continuing with research and thesis preparation in the second year. Tuition and statutory fees are as in the Master’s fees structure, with additional fees charged for the extra semester.

School of Physical Sciences and Technology:
Master of Technology in Environmental Resource Management.
The Master of Technology in Environmental Resource Management is a five (5) semester full-time evening or regular programme by coursework, examination and industry/case study-based research and thesis. The students proceed for industrial attachment in the third semester of their first academic year of study. Tuition and statutory fees are as in the Master’s fees structure, with additional fees charged for the extra semester.


School of Biological and Life Sciences:
Master of Technology in Applied Parasitology.
Master of Philosophy in Applied Parasitology.
Master of Science in Applied Parasitology.
Master of Science in Forensic Biochemistry.
The Masters’ programmes of the School of Biological and Life Sciences are five (5) semester full-time evening or regular programmes by coursework, examination and dissertation/thesis. Students can opt to graduate with a Postgraduate Diploma certificate at the end of the first academic year of study instead of continuing with research and dissertation preparation in the second year. The students proceed for industrial attachment in a research institution in the third semester of their first academic year of study. Tuition and statutory fees are as in the Master’s fees structure, with additional fees charged for the extra semester.

School of Information and Communication Studies:
Master of Science in Applied Linguistics.
Master of Science in Information and Knowledge Management
The Master of Science in Applied Linguistics and  Master of Science in Information and Knowledge Management programmes are four (4) semester full-time evening or regular programmes by coursework, examination and dissertation. Tuition and statutory fees are as in the Master’s fees structure.

School of Business and Management Studies:
Master of Arts in Entrepreneurship.
Master of Business Administration.
The Master of Arts in Entrepreneurship and Master of Business Administration programmes are four (4) semester full-time evening or regular programmes by coursework, examination and dissertation. Tuition and statutory fees are as in the Master’s fees structure.

School of Social and Development Studies:
Master of Science in International Relations.
 The Master of Science in International Relations programme is a four (4) semester full-time evening or regular programme by coursework, examination and dissertation. Students can opt to graduate with a Postgraduate Diploma certificate at the end of the first academic year of study instead of continuing with research and dissertation preparation in the second year. Tuition and statutory fees are as in the Master’s fees structure.

School of Creative Arts and Technologies:
Master of Music in Music Education
Master of Music in African Music Studies
Master of Musical Arts in Composition
Master of Musical Arts in Performance
The Masters’ programmes of the School of Creative Arts and Technologies are four (4) semester full-time evening or regular programmes by coursework, examination and dissertation/thesis. Tuition and statutory fees are as in the Master’s fees structure

PhD Programmes by Research and Thesis:
Currently there are 65 PhD programmes running in various departments with 65 registered PhD students.