Mutuku Kavoi ,a PhD Kiswahili Student after his succesful thesis defense on 22/9/2019
Nixon Sangili,a PhD Student during his defence on 3/10/2019
We offer a quality teaching and experience to our undergraduate students.
We offer a unique experience and opportunity to work to our graduate students.
We offer a unique experience and opportunity to work to our doctorate students.
Dr. Jonathan M. Mulwa
Ag. Dean, School of Arts, Social Sciences and Business
Vision of School
A Premier technology-driven School of Arts, Social Sciences and Business
Mission of School
To provide higher education in Arts, Social Sciences and Business through quality and innovative teaching, research, and community service
Welcome to the School of Arts, Social Sciences and Business. The school was established in 2012, previously as School of Arts & Social Sciences, and School of Business & Human Resource Development with the two schools merging in 2022 to harness their synergies and enhance efficiency in research and teaching. The School is responsible for teaching and examination, research and outreach in the Arts, Humanities, Social Sciences and Business disciplines. It aspires to provide wholesome learning and training in these disciplines through innovative and professionally focused and sound academic processes
The school has three departments namely:
- Department of Business, Tourism and Hospitality
- Department of Humanities and Social Sciences
- Department of Languages, Linguistics and Literature
Academic Programmes offered in the School
The school offers programmes at Certificate, Diploma, Undergraduate Degree, Masters and Doctoral levels. Details of the programmes can be viewed under the departments.
Current News & Events
Stakeholders Workshop for Curriculum Review
On 11th May 2022, the School of Arts and Social Sciences held a stakeholders workshop for curriculum review at good morning hotel in Rongo
Simulation Exercise for International Relations (IR) Students
The students were role modelling Africa Union Summit as part of their course work.
African Union Theme: “African Continental Free Trade
Area: Challenges and opportunities
Title of thesis: Impediments to parental prevention of teenage pregnancies in Narok, North Sub County, Narok County Kenya. By: Elon Midigo Akuno Supervisors: Dr. Taji Shivachi and Prof. Wilson Otenga
The Science and Religion Club of Kenya
The Science and Religion Club of Kenya (SRCK), Rongo University Chapter was launched on Thursday, 11th March 2021. SRCK is an initiative of the Christian Scientific Association of Kenya (CSAK), which is the premier body that promotes constructive science-religion dialogue. CSAK is a professional, apolitical and non-sectarian network of more than 350 scientists drawn from more than 30 universities and research bodies in Kenay. SRCK aims at fostering synergetic interaction between science and religion, and to promote character development among University students. The SRCK Rongo University Chapter was launched by the CSAK project director, Prof. Francis Muregi. Present were the club patron Prof. Michael Ntabo, CSAK members Dr. Taji Shivachi, Dr. Damaris Nyakoe, Dr. Omondi Odero, Dr. James Ontieri, Mr. Moses Obama, Ms Maureen Kwamboka. Also present were the SRCK Rongo Chairman Hillary and other officials, as well as club members
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