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To be a leader in Social Science research and scholarly programmes that are relevant to the development of society


To undertake interdisciplinary Social Science research that responds to/and informs pertinent policy questions through research, teaching and consultancy

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The Socio-Cultural Research Programme has three (3) Research Fellows, namely: Prof. Mubanga Edmund Kashoki, Parkie Mbozi and Mr. Munyima Munukayumbwa who is the Programme Coordinator.

The Programme research areas include;

  • Mass Media and Information communication
  • Arts, gender and culture
  • Language and Linguistics
  • Socio- Economic Developments
  • Social Policies and Planning
  • Tourism Development