College: College of Social Sciences, Theology, Humanities and Education
Programme Level: Undergraduate
Duration: 4 year(s)
Department: Department of Social Sciences
Learning Mode: Full Time
Location: Main Campus
The four-year Bachelor of Social Sciences Honours in Industrial Sociology and Labour Studies programme explores the changing nature of global workplaces, industries, worker struggles and work dynamics with a view to strengthening the ability of undergraduate students to generate solutions and initiatives that address the continent’s industrial/labour needs. The programme places culture, research, change, industrialisation and innovation at the center of its analysis through an examination of Africa’s cultural, technological, work, labour, environmental, climatic, economic, political and innovation experience. Considerable emphasis is placed on guiding students to conduct independent research relating to industrial work and labour organization in industries of the 21st century.
To register for the Bachelor of Social Sciences Honours in Industrial Sociology and Labour Studies, a candidate must satisfy the minimum entry requirements for undergraduate degrees as stipulated in the University registration rules. English Language at O’ Level is a compulsory subject and should normally have been obtained with a minimum grade “C”. In addition to the above, admission to the programme of study requires at least two A’ level passes or equivalent university entry qualifications in the applicant’s country of origin.
Notwithstanding the above, candidates with 5 O’ Level passes including English Language with a minimum “C” grade and a relevant Diploma in Education, Social Work, Human Resources, Development Studies, Tourism and Hospitality and any other diploma in an approved field from a recognized and accredited institution may be granted admission to the first year of the programme.
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