Bachelor of Arts Degree in Social Communication is awarded by the Catholic University of Easter Africa (CUEA) to students, who over a period of three years, complete the prescribed course of studies, with submission and successful defense of a Final Essay/Project.
Duration of the Programme
The Bachelor Programme extends over a period of three academic years, i.e., eight semesters of 16 weeks each (14 weeks for academic input and 2 weeks for examinations). The third semester in each of the first two years is devoted to Media Experience and Attachments, respectively.
For admission to the Bachelor of Arts Degree in Social Communication candidates must:
- Have completed Secondary education in their country of origin at the standard to be admitted to University (consideration is given for certified experience and qualification to make up for lower standard);
- Have professional training in computer and 1-year experience in any field of communication/evangelization;
- Have attained and show that they have attained a level of English necessary for tertiary level studies at Tangaza College. The normally accepted evidence of having attained the level of English required is: Intermediate Pass from Pitman, First Certificate of English Pass (Grade C) from the University of Cambridge Local Examination Syndicate, 5.0 score (Academic) in IELTS, 500/173 score TOEFL.
The final decision on all admissions rests with the Admission’s Board of the Institute of Social Communication.