The faculty of Engineering (FENG) at Koya University is an excellent place to acquire education. It is the center of excellence for advanced education and research in different fields of engineering. It comprised of seven departments: Department of Civil Engineering, Department of Geotechnical Engineering, Department of Architectural Engineering; Department of Petroleum Engineering, Department of Chemical Engineering, Department of Manufacturing Engineering and Department of Software Engineering.
The faculty of Science and Health (FSCH) at Koya University is a center of excellence for advanced education and research in the fields of health and the basic or applied sciences such as Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics and Physics. It comprised of three schools: the school of medicine, the school of science which includes five scientific departments and the school of health including the departments of Clinical psychology, and Medical Microbiology.
The Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences (FHSS) where we are committed to exploring and researching the key contemporary social and political issues of our day. Their focus on excellence in teaching, learning and research produces graduates with the skills and knowledge to make a difference in society.
The Faculty of Education is engaged and dynamic in advancing education as a professional practice and in the field of scholarly inquiry through excellence in teaching, research and community service that promotes freedom, democracy, equality and human dignity. The Faculty of Education is committed to improving the quality and understanding of education and social services provision internationally through high quality teaching, research and professional development.
The School of Medicine at Koya University train tomorrow’s doctors on a vibrant undergraduate medical course with a unique intercalated BMedSci, alongside running a specialised graduate-entry programme built around clinical problem solving. SMED will have full access to Koya University Hospital with futuristic approach in doctor-patient relationship.
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