The University has three faculties at this stage of operation. These are the Faculty of Business Administration, the Faculty of Mass Communication and Fine Arts and the Faculty of Religions and Humanities. This last Faculty includes among its embedded departments, the Department of Translation and Languages.
The University is in the process of acquiring a licence from the Ministry of Education and Higher Education to launch two new faculties. These are the Faculty of Engineering and the Faculty of Sciences.
Each of the faculties is focused on delivering quality educational services for a range of stakeholders primarily students. The faculty represents the core body of the University guided by the University mission and vision. It includes teaching and research, academics, professional support services, diversified up-to-date programs and students, all being led by Deanship with assistants.
Eighteen majors in different fields of studies are offered by the three faculties. They enable students to be graduated after three years of studies with a Bachelor of Arts or a Bachelor of Sciences. The Faculties abide by the highest standards and operate with qualified instructors who have both, professional and academic experience.
Banking and Finance
Bachelor of Since
|Mass Communication and Fine Arts|
|Religions and humanities|