Faculty of Science


Message from The Dean of Faculty

I am very excited to serve the Faculty of Science, Information Technology, Art and Design (FSITAD) and its community as Dean. On behalf of the Faculty staff members, I would like to take this Opportunity to introduce to you the Faculty as one of the core pillars of the University with a focus on imparting Engineering, IT and Fine Art skills to students who are pursuing their degrees, diplomas and certificates in related courses. The faculty is committed to attract and support student population that is reflective of the communities in which we live. Our faculty provides the highest quality of education through teaching and research excellence, a vibrant educational environment and innovative programs. All these provide our graduates with the skills needed by employers to succeed and become leaders of tomorrow. In order to achieve this the faculty is guided by its vision, core values and objectives. The faculty is expanding to provide new programmes which are demand driven by the society. I invite you to visit our web page, which gives detailed information about our programs and most recent news and activities. I also personally welcome you to our campus to visit our laboratories and capabilities, and to meet our professors, staff and students.

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Our vision is to uniquely position the Faculty to be a dynamic centre of excellence in innovation and creativity, engineering, computer science and information technology and fine art dedicated to teaching, lifelong learning, professionalism, research, entrepreneurship, and partnership with local and global communities.


Our mission is to foster excellence in teaching, research, and learning within a systems approach. Our goal is to produce graduates with both a strong base of technical knowledge and the complementary skills needed to be successful professional in the modern world and solve societal problems.

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  1. Professionalism
  • Accreditation – Working to maintain and protect the National Accreditation standards in teaching.
  • Respect – Demonstrating respect for our profession, our students, our colleagues, the environment, and the communities we serve.
  • Ethics – Remaining conscious of our rights and responsibilities as professionals, as academics (lecturers and researchers), as mentors and leaders, and as colleagues.
  1. Systems Approach
  • Focuses on the breadth of skills necessary for professional practice in the modern world.
  • Fosters team orientation to facilitate working with others.
  • Encourages adaptability, flexibility, and responsiveness to diversity and to a range of communities.
  1. Service/Entrepreneurship
  • Engaging in leadership and mentorship wherever and whenever possible.
  • Learning the needs of our communities and striving to meet them.
  • Striving to develop ideas to serve our communities and implement them wherever and whenever possible.
  1. Diversity
  • University education is global.
  • Diversity fosters global partnerships, sharing of information and resources, and tackling global problems by sharing local and regional experiences and successes.
  1. Mentorship
  • Engaging in and providing Lifelong Learning.
  • Engaging in and providing professional growth opportunities and both seeking and providing guidance to meet teaching, research, and career goals.
  1. Excellence in teaching and research
  • Producing highly qualified personnel.
  • Conducting sound research that benefits the academic and professional communities, as well as our communities (the public) at large, including the environment.
  • Preparing our students for professional work and development in modern business, industry, and communities.
  1. Engagement/Community
  • Participation and communication (dialogue) with our students and alumni, within our Faculty, with the University community, with our academic and professional communities, and with our communities (the public) at large.
  1. Responsiveness
  • Remaining responsive to the communities we serve (the public, academia, our university, our faculty, our students, business, and industry).
  • Engaging with our communities to remain conscious of their changing needs.
  • Remaining flexible and current in teaching and learning.
  1. Sustainability
  • Providing solutions for economic and environmental sustainability for our communities (the public, academia, our university, our faculty, our students, business, and industry).
  • To be responsive to the needs of our faculty so that it can continue to grow without straining resources.
  • Continuing to provide quality education to our students while keeping costs low.


  • To address the increasing demand for creativity and innovative manpower in the field of business and management
  • To develop problem –solving and decision-making skills enabling future managers to identify, analyse and solve complex and unstructured problems.
  • To provide opportunities for students and staff development and generation of knowledge for professional growth.
  • To foster a sense of service, professionalism, ethics, and dedication in our students.
  • To maintain a professional, ethical, and respectful workplace that is mutually supportive and open to diversity and that fosters communication, dialogue, and sharing of ideas and resources whenever possible.
  • To remain responsive to the needs of our communities (the public, our profession, academia, our university, our faculty, our students, and business and industry, as well as the environment).
  • To maintain a strong focus on sustainability (in our teaching and research, in how we operate, and in our consideration of our communities and our environment).
  • To develop the physical, infrastructure, and human resource capacity to provide students a high-quality, world-class education and to expand our world-class research capabilities.
  • To develop our research base by strengthening ties between the Faculty, the University, the community, and industry.

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