DEPARTMENTS

Accountancy

the philosophy of the Accounting Programme is based on the predicament that academic and professional excellence is fundamental for any student to succeed in today’s environment. The academic programmes are designed to prepare students to be able to fit in a dynamic, complex, expanding and constantly changing accounting profession. Read More...

Agriculture

SANR-CUIB offers a general and integrated programme in Agriculture crowned by a Bachelor of Science in Agriculture and Agripreneurship. The duration of the programme is four years including Freshmen (year one), Sophomore (year two), Junior (year three) and Senior (year four).Read More...

Banking and Finance

The Banking and Finance department offers courses leading to the award of a B.Sc. in Banking and Finance. The program is designed to inculcate in the students the ability to identify, analyze and offer solutions to complex financial problems that may arise from the technologically changing financial environment.Read More...

Chemical Engineering (CME)

Chemical Engineering deals chiefly with industrial processing to produce value-added products from raw materials. It therefore embodies the processing of organic (crude oils, natural gas, lumber), inorganic (ores, rocks, salts) and biological (sugars, lipids, proteinsRead More...

Civil and Environmental Engineering (CEE)

This brings us to the uniqueness of the double major undergraduate program in the School of engineering. This program intends to equip graduates with skills needed to provide human services in a sustainable way, balancing society’s need for long-term infrastructure with environmental health.Read More...

Computer Networks and telecommunication Systems

The Computer Networks and Telecommunication Systems programme focuses on developing the technical ability to plan, design, install and monitor network architectures and systems, as well as the market insight and interpersonal skills that every employer looks for.Read More...

Cyber and Information Security

As society becomes increasingly reliant on electronic information, and as the number of security incidents steadily rise, the demand for a new breed of information technology professionals keeps growing.Read More

Electrical and Computer Engineering

Electrical and Computer Engineering encompasses the exploitation of physical phenomena from research, to bring about practical experiences from theoretical ideas in the field of electricity.Read More...

Human Resource Management and Employment Relations

Though its existence can be dated from the period of Industrial Revolution, the nomenclature (Human Resource Management was ascribed to the fields only in the 1980s with major contributions such as, enhancement of human performance, change management and keeping the employerRead More...

Insurance and Risk Management

The world is becoming more and more business oriented as demonstrated by the multiplicity of large and small size businesses. These businesses acquire and use new technologies which are very much open to varied categories of risks, a phenomenon which is almost unavoidable.Read More...

Management

“…..Management is all and all”. This phrase by an ardent scholar in the field, Peter F. Drucker reflects the holistic approach to management scholarship embraced by CUIB and epitomized by the BSc. Management programme. The programme is built on the manifested need of the professional business. Read More...

Marketing

“Marketing begins with consumers needs and ends with consumer satisfaction”. This consumer centric philosophy expounded by modern marketing gurus like Kotler and Lancaster emphasizes that the starting point of every business is the market.Read More...

Mechanical Engineering

Mechanical engineering is the discipline that applies the principles of engineering, physics, and materials science for the design, analysis, manufacturing, and maintenance of mechanical systems. It is the broadest branch of engineering; it encompasses mechanics.Read More...

Software Engineering

Software engineers apply principles and techniques from computer science, engineering and mathematical analysis to specify, design, implement, evaluate, and maintain software systems. The Bachelor of Science in Software Engineering prepares students for a wide range of careers in the..Read More...