School of Humanities staff and students during the Career Week held between january 28 - February 2, 2019 at the Graduation Square
Registrar RIO graced the launch of Professor. Githiora's book on Sheng' at the Graduate School Building Room 202
CODESRIA team members following the discussion during the workshop training hosted by the School of Humanities and Social Sciences at KUCC
CODESRIA team members following the discussion during the workshop training hosted by the School of Humanities and Social Sciences at KUCC
Participants comparing notes in their groups during the Group Discussion Session at the CODESRIA workshop hosted by the School of Humanities and Social Sciences at KUCC
Professor Joy Obando of the Department of Geography referring to her notes on Research Integrity and Ethics during the CODESRIA workshop hosted by the School of Humanities and Social Sciences at the KUCC
The gracious Professor Joy Obando of the Department of Geography, explaining ethical concepts in research to members of the CODESRIA team during the 10 day workshop hosted by the School of Humanities and Social Sciences at KUCC
Confucius Institute Event held at BSSC Room 14
Professor Abdul Karim Bangura explaining to the participants about the Ideal Dissertation Structure during the CODESRIA workshop hosted by the School of Humanities and Social Sciences at KUCC
The Dean, School of Humanities and Social Sciences, Professor Chris Shisanya giving his presentation on Epistemological Paradigms in Social Research during the CODESRIA workshop hosted by the School at KUCC
Professor Ishmael Munene presenting a certificate of participation to Lydia Amoah from University of Ghana during the closing ceremony of CODESRIA workshop hosted by the School of Humanities and Social Sciences at KUCC
Professor Ibrahim Oanda presenting a certificate of participation to Florence Shingirayi Chamisa from University of FortHare during the closing ceremony of CODESRIA workshop hosted by the School of Humanities and Social Sciences at KUCC
Professor Ibrahim Oanda presenting a certificate of participation to Sylvester Kohol Shima from University of Ibadan during the closing ceremony of CODESRIA workshop hosted by the School of Humanities and Social Sciences at KUCC
The facilitators Professors Chris Shisanya being presented with gifts as a token of appreciation for the exemplary job they did during the CODESRIA workshop hosted by the School of Humanities and Social Sciences at KUCC.
The facilitators Professors Joy Obando being presented with gifts as a token of appreciation for the exemplary job they did during the CODESRIA workshop hosted by the School of Humanities and Social Sciences at KUCC.
Dr. Godwin Murunga, the Incoming Executive Secretary of CODESRIA giving his closing remarks during the workshop hosted by the School of Humanities and Social Sciences at KUCC
The facilitator being presented with gifts as a token of appreciation for the exemplary job they did during the CODESRIA workshop hosted by the School of Humanities and Social Sciences at KUCC.
The facilitator being presented with gifts as a token of appreciation for the exemplary job they did during the CODESRIA workshop hosted by the School of Humanities and Social Sciences at KUCC.
The facilitator being presented with gifts as a token of appreciation for the exemplary job they did during the CODESRIA workshop hosted by the School of Humanities and Social Sciences at KUCC.
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Welcome to the School of Law, Arts and Social Sciences

The School of Law, Arts and Social Sciences came into being fol­lowing the merger of four former Schools namely School of Human­ities and Social Sciences, School of Creative Arts, Film and Me­dia Studies, School of Security, Diplomacy and Peace Studies and School of Law.  The School has a total of sixteen (15) departments and one (1) Institute namely:

  1. Department of Literature, Linguistics and Foreign Languages
  2. Department of Sociology, Gender &Development Studies
  3. Department of Geography
  4. Department of History, Archaeology and Political Studies
  5. Department of Kiswahili and African Studies
  6. Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies
  7. Department of Psychology
  8. Department of Public Policy and Administration
  9. Department of Communication Media & Theatre Studies
  10. Department of Fine Art and Design
  11. Department of Music & Dance
  12. Department of Fashion Design & Marketing
  13. Department of Security, Diplomacy and Peace Studies
  14. Department of Public Law
  15. Department of Private Law
  16. Confucius Institute

The objectives of the school are:

  1. To expand and diversify existing programmes in departments in order to offer more opportunities for relevant academic and professional development of students and staff.
  2. To implement a socially relevant research agenda for staff and students based on global demands and challenges.
  3. To design and develop programmes that enhance acquisition and cultivation of ethical values in staff and students as effective leaders in their various fields.
  4. To equip the trainees with various skills in the different branches of Fine Art and Design, Music and Dance, Fashion Design and Marketing and Communication, Media, Film and Theatre studies.
  5. To develop skills in arts and design, music and dance, fashion design and marketing, writing, vocal, acting, directing, photography, and management skills especially for practitioners;
  6. To enhance generation of knowledge and research in the fields of Art and design, music and dance, fashion design and marketing, writing, vocal, acting, directing, photography, and management skills.
  7. To enhance community service through Art and design, music and dance, fashion design and marketing, writing, vocal, acting, directing and photography.
  8. To promote and appreciate African Culture in the context of Art and design, music and dance, fashion design and marketing, writing, vocal, acting, directing and photography.

MODE OF STUDY

  1. Full-Time
  2. Continuing Education Programme
  3. Part-time
  4. Virtual and Open Learning

 

ACADEMIC PROGRAMMES OFFERED IN HUMANITIES AND SOCIAL SCIENCES

  1. Short Courses
    1. Beginners in Chinese Language and Culture
    2. Proficiency in Chinese Language and Culture

 

  1. Certificate Programmes
    1. Certificate in Chinese Language and Culture

 Entry requirements

Mean grade C- (Minus) at KCSE or equivalent OR proficiency in Chinese Language and Culture certificate

  1. Diploma Programmes
  2. Diploma in Chinese Language and Culture

Entry requirements

Candidates must have a minimum grade of C (Plain) at KCSE examinations or its equivalent with at least C- in English or Kiswahili or KACE with at least a Subsidiary pass or mean grade of C (Plain) at KCSE with a certificate in Chinese language and culture awarded at Kenyatta university or level II Chinese language proficiency test awarded by Kenyatta University or any other recognized institution. In addition to the above requirements, applicants should have either a Credit pass in certificate in Chinese language and culture. Or a Credit pass in Chinese Language Proficiency test, (HSK) level II or youth Chinese Test (YCT) level III.

  1. Diploma in Disaster Management
  2. Diploma in Crime Management and Prevention

Entry requirements

Mean grade of C (Plain) at KCSE or Division III or equivalent OR Mean grade of C - (Minus) at KCSE or equivalent with a Certificate in relevant field from a recognized institution

  1. Undergraduate Programmes
  2. Bachelor of Arts (Cluster points: 28.196)

The subject combinations include:

  1. Sociology, Economics, Mathematics
  2. Gender and Development Studies, Psychology, Sociology
  3. Psychology, Economics, Sociology
  4. English, Literature, Sociology
  5. History, Psychology, Sociology
  6. Philosophy and Religious Studies, Psychology, Sociology
  7. English and Linguistics, History & Sociology
  8. History, Philosophy and Religious Studies, Psychology
  9. Kiswahili, History, Sociology
  10. Literature, French/German, Sociology
  11. Geography, History, Psychology
  12. Geography, English, Sociology
  13. History, Sociology, Economics
  14. Gender, Kiswahili, Sociology
  15. Bachelor of Arts in Psychology (Cluster points: 32.615)
  16. Bachelor of Arts in Counselling Psychology (Cluster points: 25.828)

The subject combinations include Psychology, Philosophy & Religious Studies, English,

And Sociology

  1. Bachelor of Arts in Gender and Development Studies (Cluster points: 26.891)

The subject combinations for this programme:

  • Gender, Psychology, Sociology
  • Gender; Philosophy and Religious Studies; Sociology
  • Gender, History, Psychology, Common Units

 

Entry requirements

A mean grade of C+ KCSE or its equivalent in any 3 of the following subjects: English, Kiswahili, Mathematics, History & Government, Geography and Religious Studies.

  1. Bachelor of Arts in Public Policy and Administration (Cluster points: 32.489)

Entry requirements

  • A mean grade of C+ KCSE
  • In addition, the applicants are re­quired to have attained at least C (plain) in Mathematics and English.
  1. Postgraduate Diploma Programmes
  2. Post Graduate Diploma in Translation Studies
  3. Post Graduate Diploma in Addiction Treatment Science
  4. Master’s Degree Programmes (In all the Disciplines offered in Undergraduate)

Entry requirements

Applicants must possess a Bachelor’s Degree in related studies or equiv­alent qualification from Kenyatta University or any other recognized institution of higher learning of higher learning and meet departmental requirements.

  1. Doctoral Programmes (In all the Disciplines offered in Postgraduate)

Entry Requirements

Applicants must possess Master’s Degree in related studies or equivalent qualification from Kenyatta University or any other recognized institution of higher learning of higher learning and meet departmen­tal requirements.

 

ACADEMIC PROGRAMMES OFFERED IN FINE ART, FASHION DESIGN & MARKETING

  1. Diploma Programmes
  2. Diploma in Fine Art

Entry Requirement

  • A mean grade of at least C(plain) in KCSE with a mean grade of C-(minus) and above in Art and Design OR
  • A certificate in Art and Design from a recognized institution of higher learning of higher learning OR
  • Those without a grade in Art and Design to present a portfolio of artworks to a university selection panel for interview and selection.
  1. Undergraduate Programmes
  2. Bachelor of Science in Fashion Design and Marketing

Entry Requirements:

  • A mean grade of C+ (plus) in KCSE or equivalent with at least C+ (plus) in Art and Design or Home Science or any one science subject OR
  • A mean grade of C (plain) in KCSE or equivalent with a Diploma of at least credit pass in Fashion Design or Clothing from a recognized institution of higher learning OR
  • A mean grade of C- (minus) at KCSE and a Diploma at Kenyatta University or any other recognized/accredited institution of higher learning.
  1. Bachelor of Arts in Art and Design; and
  2. Bachelor of Ed­ucation in Art and Design

Entry Requirements

  • A mean grade of C+ (plus) in KCSE or its equivalent with a minimum of C in Art and Design OR
  • A mean grade of C+ (plus) in KCSE or its equivalent without art. Present a portfolio of artworks to the Department of Fine Art and Design for assessment OR
  • A mean grade of C (plain) in KCSE or its equivalent and with a Diploma in Art and Design from a recognized institution of higher learning OR
  • A mean grade of C (plain) in KCSE or its equivalent with a P1 certificate and proven experience in Art and Design.
  1. Masters Programmes
  2. Master of Science in Fashion Design and Marketing

Entry Requirements

  • At least an Upper Second-class Bachelor of Science in Fashion Design and Marketing or in Textile Science and Design; or a B.Sc. in Textiles, Clothing or Fine Art with a bias to textiles or its equiva­lent from a recognized university OR
  • At least an Upper sec­ond-class Bachelor of Education (Home Economics or Home Science) OR
  • A Lower Second-class B.Sc. in Fashion Design and Marketing; or Textile science and design; Textiles; Clothing; or Fine Art which has a bias towards textiles; or BED (Home Economics or Home Science) or its equivalent from a recognized University.
  1. Master of Arts in Fine Art

Entry Requirements

  • A holder of Bachelor of Arts in Theatre Arts and / or Film Technology, Bachelor of Arts in Journalism / Mass communication or their equivalent with at least an upper second class honours of Kenyatta University or any other recognized University. Holders of Lower Second class degrees may also be admitted on condition that they have at least three years’ work experience.
  • A holder of Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Education (Arts) degree with specialization in Literature or Kiswahili or English with at least Upper second class honours of Kenyatta University or any other recognized University who also hold a certificate or Diploma in Theatre Arts and / or Film Studies or have proven interest in theatre or film. Holders of Lower Second class degrees who also hold a certificate or diploma in Theatre Arts and / or Film Technology with at least a pass or have proven interest in Theatre and Film may also be admitted on condition that they have at least three years’ work experience.

 

  1. Doctor of Philosophy in Art and Design

Entry Requirement

A holder of Master of Arts in Theatre Arts and / or Film Technology, or a related field from Kenyatta University or any other recognized University with a thesis or at least a score of 60% in the project.

ACADEMIC PROGRAMMES OFFERED IN CREATIVE & PERFORMING ARTS, FILM AND MEDIA STUDIES

  1. Certificate Programmes
  2. Certificate of Music

Entry Requirements

  • Proof of music activity e.g. member of an orchestra; and church or other recognized organization choir, OR
  • A mean grade of D+ (plus) in KCSE or its equivalent OR
  • Holders of at least ABSRM grade 6 piano performance or equivalent certificate in piano performance.
  1. Certificate in Film and Theatre Arts
  2. Certificate in Digital Animation

Entry Requirements

  • A mean grade of D+ (plus) in KCSE; Division III in EACE or their equivalents.
  • Proof of prior experience/involvement/participation in film, media, and theatre arts will be an added advantage.
  1. Diploma Programmes
  2. Diploma in Music

Entry Requirements

  • A mean grade of C- (minus) with at least a C+ in music;
  • Higher Certificate of Music of Kenyatta University or its equivalent;
  • Associated Board of the Royal School of Music (ABRSM) Grade 6 Theory and Grade 5 Practical or proof of equivalent music activity e.g., member of an Orchestra; Church Choir, Kenya Amy Band.
  1. Diploma in Film and Theatre Arts
  2. Diploma in Communication and Media Studies
  3. Diploma in Digital Animation

Entry Requirements

  • A mean of grade C-(minus) in K.C.S.E or its equivalent.
  • Applicants for Diploma in film and Theatre Arts must show proof through certificates or otherwise, that they have been involved in Film or Drama and Theatre Art practice.
  • Applicants must satisfy the minimum departmental entry requirements before registering for the specific Diploma programme
  • Applicants for Diploma in Film and Theatre Arts, must possess a Certificate in Theatre Arts or Film studies with a minimum of credit pass
  • P1 teachers with a minimum of Division III and teaching experience in performing arts will be considered.
  1. Undergraduate Programmes
  2. Bachelor of Music

Entry Requirements

  • A mean grade of C+ (plus) in KCSE and a score of at least B in music or its equivalent.
  • Associated Board of the Royal School of Music (ABRSM) grade 5 Theory and grade 4 practical or their equivalent.
  • Diploma in Music or Education with Music from Kenyatta University or any other recognized institution of higher learning
  • PI teacher certificate with grade 5 theory ABRSM with a minimum of C+ at KCSE is also acceptable.
  1. Bachelor of Arts in Film and Theatre Arts; and
  2. Bachelor of Arts in Communication and Media Studies

Entry Requirements  

  • At least a mean grade of C+ (plus) in KCSE
  • Division III in EACE or its equivalent
  • Applicants for the Film and Theatre Arts programme must have at least a Diploma in Theatre Arts, Film Production, or Mass Communication; or a Diploma in Education and /or proven experience /interest in Theatre Arts or film.

 

  1. Masters Programmes
    1. Master of Musical Arts in Performance
    2. Master of Music in Musicology
    3. Master of Music Education
    4. Master of Arts in Composition
    5. Master of Arts in African Music
    6. Master of Arts in Ethnomusicology

Entry requirements

  • Bachelor of Education degree, or any first degree with a Postgraduate Diploma in Music Education, with a minimum of 2 years teaching of music experience for Master of Education
  • Candidates for Masters Degrees in performance must be holders of Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Music in performance.
    1. Master of Arts in Film and Theatre Arts
    2. Master of Arts in Film Studies
    3. Master of Arts in Film Technology
    4. Master of Arts in Theatre Arts
    5. Master of Arts in Communication and Media Studies

Entry Requirements

  • A relevant bachelor’s degree or its equivalent with at least an Upper Second Class Honors pass of Kenyatta University or any other recognized University.
  • Lower Second Class degrees and at least three years’ work experience.
  • Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Education (Arts) degree with specialization in Literature, Kiswahili or English with at least an Upper Second Class Honors degree from Kenyatta University or any other recognized University; a Certificate or Diploma in Theatre Arts and / or Film Studies; or Communication and Media Studies; or proven interest in Communication and Media Studies, Theatre Arts or film
  • A Lower Second Class Honors degree with at least a pass certificate or diploma in Communication and Media Studies, Theatre Arts and / or Film Technology; or have proven interest in Communication and Media Studies, Theatre Arts and Film and at least three years’ work experience.
  1. Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D)
  2. Doctor of Musical Arts

Entry requirements

  • Holders of Master of Musical Arts from Kenyatta University or any other institution of higher learning.
  • Master of Arts in Music Performance or Master of Music Performance with extensive performance record for the performance degree or Master of Arts in Musical Composition.
  1. Doctor of Music Education

Entry Requirements

  • Master of Music Education from Kenyatta University or any other institution of higher learning.
  • Holders of the degree of Master of Education with Music from Kenyatta University or any other institution of higher learning and three (3) years’ experience in teaching or research.
  1. Doctor of Philosophy in African Music;
  2. Doctor of Philosophy in Ethnomusicology; and
  3. Doctor of Philosophy Musicology

Entry Requirements

  • Master of Arts or Master of Music degree in the area of spe­cialization from Kenyatta University or an international equivalent
  1. Doctor of Philosophy in Film Studies
  2. Doctor of Philosophy in Theatre Arts
  3. Doctor of Philosophy in Communication and Media Studies

Entry Requirements

  • Master of Arts in Communication, Journalism, Theatre Arts, Animation and / or Film studies / Technology, or their equivalent from Kenyatta Univer­sity or any other recognized University with a thesis or at least a score of 60% in the project.

 ACADEMIC PROGRAMMES OFFERED IN SECURITY, DIPLOMACY AND PEACE STUDIES

  1. Certificate Programmes
  1. Certificate in Security and Correctional Science (Kenya Prisons Service only).

 

  1. Diploma Programme
  1. Diploma in Security Management and Police Studies.
  2. Diploma in Security and Correctional Science (Kenya Prisons Service only).
  3. Diploma in Leadership & Security Management (National Police Service Only).

Entry Requirements

  • Mean Grade of C (Plain) at KCSE or Division III at KCE OR Mean grade of C- (minus) with a Certificate in Police Studies or equivalent from a recognized Institution.

 

  1. Undergraduate Programmes
  1. Bachelor of International Relations and Diplomacy

Entry Requirement

  • Mean Grade C+ at (KCSE) or equivalent. In addition, applicants must meet specific Degree requirements for the School.

 

  1. Bachelor of Science in Military & Security Studies (Defense Forces only).
  2. Bachelor of Security Management and Policing Studies

Entry Requirements

  • Minimum grade C+ (plus) at K.C.S.E. or its equivalent.
  • ‘A’ Level or K.A.C.E. or its equivalent with two principal passes and a subsidiary pass.
  • Holders of a Diploma in Security Science and Management, Diploma in Security and Correction Science, Diploma in Crime Prevention and Management or any other diploma from a recognized institution of learning provided they scored a C (Plain) at KCSE or its equivalent. Such applicants will be considered for credit waiver according to existing Kenyatta University and Commission for University Education policy on credit waiver.
  • Those in the disciplined services (e.g. National Police Service, Kenya Defense Forces, Kenya Prisons Service, Kenya Wildlife Service) with a C- (Minus) at KCSE), a Diploma from a recognized institution and an initial professional training certificate
  • Any degree holder from an Institution of higher learning recognized by the Kenyatta University

 

  1. Postgraduate Diploma Programmes
  1. Postgraduate Diploma in Security & Correctional Science (Kenya Prisons Service only).

 

  1. Masters Programmes
  1. Master of Arts in International Relations

Entry Requirements

  • Bachelor of Arts (International Relations and Diplomacy OR Political Science) degree with at least Second Class Honours (Upper or Lower Division) from any recognized University. Those with Bachelor of Arts degree in related disciplines such as History, Political Philosophy/Theory, International Law or Economics will be also be considered.

 

  1. Master of Arts in Conflict and Peace Studies

Entry Requirements

  • Bachelor’s degree with at least Second Class Honours (Upper or Lower Division) from Kenyatta University or any other recognized by the university senate. Those who are eligible to apply are fresh graduates in the disciplines of Conflict and Peace, Political, Development and Gender Studies, History, Sociology, Law, International Relations, Public Policy and Administration and personnel working with civil societies, government and the public sector interested in pursuing the discipline of peace and conflict

 

  1. Master of Security Management and Police Studies.
  2. Masters of Arts in Leadership and Security Management (National Police Service).
  3. Master of Science in Security Strategic Studies (Defense Forces only)

Entry Requirements

  • Bachelor’s degree with at least Second Class Honours (Upper or Lower Division) from Kenyatta University or any other recognized University. Those with Second Class (Lower Division) and at least two (2) years relevant work experience may be considered.

 

  1. PhD Programmes
    1. Doctor of Philosophy in Peace and Conflict Management

Entry Requirements

  • Master’s degree of Kenyatta University or equivalent qualifications from any other University recognized by Kenyatta University Senate with a course work component in any one of the following specializations: Peace, Conflict, Political, Development and Gender Studies, History, Sociology, International Relations, Public Policy and Administration and any other related field.

    1. Doctor of Philosophy in International Relations and Diplomacy
      Entry Requirements
  • Holders of Master of Arts (International Relations and Diplomacy or Political Science) degree or any related discipline from a recognized University by Senate.

 

  1. Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in Security Studies

Entry Requirements

  • Minimum entry requirements include a holder of Master’s degree of Kenyatta University or any other recognized and accredited University with a course work component in any one of the following specializations: Security Studies, Sociology, Criminology, Political Science, Peace Studies, African Studies, International Relations, Public Policy, Economics, Environmental Security, Military Science, and Forensic Science.
  • Those with a Master’s degree in a closely related area of specialization and have at least three years postgraduate research or teaching experience in the subject area, may be considered

ACADEMIC PROGRAMMES OFFERED IN LAW

Undergraduate Programmes

  1. Bachelor of Laws

Entry Requirements

  • A mean grade of C+ (plus) in the Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education or its equivalent with at least B (Plain) in English or Kiswahili OR
  • At least three Principal Passes in the Kenya Advanced Certificate of Education Examination OR
  • A degree from a recognized University; OR
  • A Credit Pass in a diploma in law examination from an accredited institution of higher learning and at least C (plain) in the Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education and a C+ (plus) in English

 

CAREER PROSPECTS

The School programmes offer broad career prospects in various sectors and work arenas such as; Non-Governmental Organizations, Government Institutions, Social Services, Media, Entertainment Sector, Law Forms, Schools, Hospitals, Mental Clinics, Industries, Businesses, Security sector,  Refugee Councils, Institutes of Peace, Humanitarian and Relief Services, Civil Service, Diplomatic service, Foreign Service, Community Service, Defense Departments, International Criminal Tribunals, Human Rights Organizations, Peace Keeping Organizations among other sectors.

Graduates from the School can work as Sociologists, Journalists, Musicians, Security managers & advisors, diplomats, lobbyists, Political Analysts, Intelligence officers, International Aid/development Workers, Policy makers, Researchers, Peace Mediators, Writers, Administrators, Public relations officers, Theologians, Social workers, Teachers, Conflict Resolution Officers, Human Rights Officers, Project Officers and in many other related fields

Seminars, Conferences and Workshops

The School has consistently participated, encouraged and supported departments towards this endeavour. A few highlights of what has transpired in the school and ongoing ventures include the following:

The Department of Gender and Development Studies held a Seminar on Gender Policy and Gender-Based Violence and Sexual Harassment policy for employees in Schools.
The School participated in a workshop on Education for Sustainable Development in Africa organized by United Nations University. This provided a forum for dialogue on themes where leading experts in ESDA participated in making presentations.
The School also participated in the Biennial Conference of the International Society and comparative Physical Education and Sports (ISCPES). The conference provided an important platform for scholars, researchers managers and professionals in the broad areas of Physical Education, Health, Exercise, Sports and Recreation to share knowledge.
The School also participated in the Poverty reduction and Environmental Education seminar in urban communities organized by Yokohama University.

School Journal

The School of Law, Arts and Social Sciences has re-launched its bi-annual international journal known as "Chemchemi". Currently, the Editorial Board is fine-tuning the Call for Papers (CFP) document. The first issue came out in February 2013. The contents of the journal are purely articles focusing on issues affecting mankind in the universe and providing solutions to the same.

School Information Booklet

The students' information Booklet was been developed by the School of Law, Arts and Social Sciences Academic Advisory Committee. The Information Booklet is a guide to both staff and students on academic matters.

In a nutshell, the School shall always endeavour to expand and diversify existing programmes in its various departments and institutes. This will provide a platform for the realization of more opportunities and enable both staff and students to exploit a niche in reaping high-quality academic returns.

Executive Dean

Dr. Richard M. Wafula 
Executive Dean School of Law, Arts and Social Sciences
 

Dr. Tom Ratemo

Dr. Tom Ratemo

Deputy Executive Dean


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