Department of Human and Social Development
Society currently faces social, economic, political and technological transformations, all of which impact immensely on human relations. The societal dysfunctions caused thereof can be managed by professional social workers with skills and knowledge to adequately sensitize consumers of the dangers posed by the dynamic technological advancement. Professional social and community development workers require skills such as community resource mobilization and management, community capacity building, fundraising for project sustainability, managing community based projects, social reintegration and rehabilitation, gender and development. The Department of Human and Social Development trains competent professionals who can promote sustainable social change and enhance problem solving in human interrelations. The programmes offered target both the private and public institutions such as local and international non-governmental organizations, faith based organizations, development agencies and other non-state intervention agencies.