THE Faculty of Social Sciences (FOSS) consists of seven teaching departments, namely, Economics; History and Political Studies; Sociology and Social Work; English; Modern Languages; Geography and Rural Development; and Religious Studies. It has the largest number of students (Regular) in the University, accounting for about 11% of the students’ population. This is largely due to the attractive courses offered by all the departments at both graduate and undergraduate levels. In addition to the large student numbers, the Faculty has over 100 full-time academic staff, making it the second largest after the School of Medical Sciences.
Prof. Eugenia Amporfu