School of Arts and Social Sciences (SASS)

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School of Arts and Social Sciences

The School of Arts and Social Sciences (SASS) was founded as a result of increasing enrollment of students with special interests in arts and social sciences. In line with the vision and mission of Kisii University, the SASS successfully trains and graduates competent students in Certificate, Diploma, Bachelors, Masters and Doctoral courses. The School offers academic programmes that cover various areas in social studies. This gives students an opportunity to choose areas of their interest as per the market demands in society.
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0 Lecturers

The School of Arts and Social Sciences counts with 50 qualified members of staff: 37 Ph.D., 13 Masters, total 50.

0 Departments

SASS has 8 Departments.

0 Programmes

All the programmes in the School of Arts and Social Sciences are accredited by the Commission for University Education. They are market-driven programmes.

0 Programme Categories

SASS offers Certificate, Diploma, Degree, Masters and Ph.D. Prgrammes

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