To serve the emerging needs of various industries, Strathmore School of Humanities and Social Sciences (SHSS) has today launched three new degree programs: Bachelors in Communication Studies (BCS), Bachelors in International Studies (BIS) and Bachelors in Development & Philosophy Studies (BDS). The intake to these 3 new exciting degrees is currently ongoing and classes are set to begin in June 2016.
The Dean of SHSS Prof. Christine Gichure expressed her joy to the start of these new courses, while giving her welcoming remarks, highlighting the advantages of studying the courses at Strathmore. “We have already formed strong networks with Hampton University in Virginia, USA and George Washington USA. Students taking these courses will learn foreign languages, experience international trips & explore other possibilities. It is time for students to take the courses of their choice at the University of their Choice,” she said.
The Keynote address was given by State House Spokesperson and Secretary of Communication, who is also an alumnus of Strathmore, Mr. Manoah Esipisu. Mr. Manoah commended the school on the timely launch of the new courses, stating that these are the times when development, devolution and new technologies are on the rise. He stated the importance of communication, recognizing the fact that through this art, people are able to make informed decisions at all times.
The courses on offer include Communication Studies, International Studies, Philosophy studies and Development studies. For more information on the courses visit the Strathmore website.
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