The Bachelor of Community Development is designed to instil knowledge, skills and attitudes and to provide tools, all of which are focused on responding to the social and economic needs of the people as identified by the people themselves. Graduates in this degree programme will fit under several employment opportunities including in the government as community development workers, social, poverty and community development policy analysts and planners. They will also work with the private sector as coordinators, managers, and programme officers, social and community development workers in Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs), Community-Based Organizations (CBOs) and Faith-Based Organizations (FBOs) involved in poverty reduction programmes, natural resource and environment management, gender issues, social services delivery, HIV/AIDS control, and food security improvement.
Preservice applicants and in-service candidates with extensive experience in the areas of community development but seeking to advance their career.
Course Admission Requirements
- BGCSE holders with Credit in English and Pass in Maths. Holders of Diploma in Community
- Development or any related Diploma will start the programme at 3rd Year.