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Aims & Objectives
- To help develop interest and understanding about the life of people who lived in the past to develop a sense of identity and a cultural understanding based on their historical heritage to help make their own life choices today.
- To evaluate and appreciate significant contribution to events in the past have influenced our lives today and also to investigate these past events and, by so doing, to develop the skills of enquiry, analysis, interpretation and problem-solving.
- To foster interest in the past and to develop an understanding that enables history to be enjoyed, what history has to offer and to appreciate how things have change over time.
- To have some knowledge and understanding of historical development in the wider world and to develop a sense of chronology.
- To help society develop a sense of their cultural heritage.
Political Science Programme
- The Political Science Programme is geared towards the development of a tradition, deeply rooted in the field of political science.
- To offer the undergraduate an exposure to political life in relation to the study of political theory, political processes and institutions at the national and international levels.
- To train students to describe and evaluate curricular reform in political science
- To address issues and approaches regarding political science education, including teaching-related issues, methods and techniques.
- To equip students in educational assessment in political science, graduate education, and curriculum development.