Journalism and Communication

Departments

(a). The Grotius School of Journalism, offers a 3 year full time Bachelor of Journalism and Communication degree programme as well as a one and a half year Diploma in Journalism and Media Management that satisfy the requirements of the Press and Journalist Act (1995) and the demands for the National Council for Higher Education in academically equipping students and sufficiently preparing them to undertake professional training in Journalism, Communications and Media Management.

(b). The Grotius School of Information Technology         

The department offers a Bachelor of Information Technology (BIT), a three year full-time degree program and a one and a half year Diploma in Information Technology open to all prospective students. The program is concerned with the application of existing computing technologies to the information needs of organizations and individual computer users. The current curriculum was designed with emphasis on having the student acquire the business, media, computing and communication skills necessary for employment and career opportunities in today’s ICT industries and business organizations.

 

 Students on this Programme develop conceptual and practical IT skills in integrating financial, organizational, marketing and production/service function with an overall business strategy. Most students will take up administrative positions in Information and Communication Technology sectors, Systems Analysts, Web-Designers, Web Programmers, Information Technology Planners, IT Company Secretaries and IT Project Managers.