Message from the Dean, School of Education, Humanities and Social Sciences

Dr. Rabach Odek

Dean, School of Education, Humanities and Social Sciences |

Message from the Dean, School of Education, Humanities and Social Sciences

It is my pleasure to welcome you to the School of Education, Humanities and Social Sciences at the University of Eastern Africa Baraton! Greetings to our current and prospective students, faculty, community members, and our alumni. As an academic community, we provide students with a transformative educational experience which combines rigors in academics with hands on knowledge. We are committed to foster critical thinking in order to prepare our students for productive and fulfilling lives while working towards a just and sustainable society.

In our rich and diverse school, students may choose from 15 nationally accredited bachelor degree programs and 19 minors. These are from across the three departments: Education, Humanities and Social Sciences and Theology and Religious Studies. The department of Education also offers 2 Masters and 2 Doctoral programs. Wholistic education is at the heart of our educational mission. We focus on developing our students physically, mentally, and spiritually to their highest potential. Our curriculum enables the students to translate theory into practice through practicum assignments, and structured internship programs. Our faculty are exceptional teacher-scholars who are passionately committed to sharing their knowledge, and expertise with students.

In a fast-changing world, we endeavor to prepare students for success by providing them with the ability to learn and apply knowledge in whichever context they will find themselves in. Thus, our students are made ready for graduate or professional studies, career or service opportunities. Our graduates nationally and across Africa and far beyond are known for their abilities, skills, knowledge and versality.

Whatever your interests, I urge you to visit us.



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