About SSH


Established in May 2005, the School of Education and Arts now known as School of Social Sciences and Humanities (SSH), was the successor to the Faculty of Educational Management and Technology (FEMT) that was setup earlier in 1999. Currently the SSH is comprised of four departments: Education, Islamic Thought and Civilization, Political Science and International Relations, and department of Sociology.

The school offers graduate and undergraduate degree programs in Education, Islamic Thought and Civilization, Political Science and International Relations, Sociology and Gender Study. The School of Social Sciences and Humanities is committed to groom and prepare participants professionally who can apply new knowledge, skills, and dispositions to known and unknown settings locally and internationally.

The school actively seeks professional collaboration with academia, governmental organizations, NGOs and IGOs to provide leadership and play advisory role in research, social issues, national security, and professional development at various levels.

The SSH has services of more than 60 full time dedicated faculty members in four of its departments along with 14 non-teaching staff. Currently 35 faculty members hold PhD degrees from national and international universities of repute and are well known among academia and industry because of their valuable contribution in their respective fields. Most of the PhD faculty are HEC Approved PhD supervisors in their respective discipline.

The SSH conducts multiple national and international conferences, seminars, symposium, dialogues and workshops every year. In 2020 the SSH faculty has published more than 100 research papers in national and international journals being recognized by the higher education commission.

The faculty at the SSH believes in student centered approach in professional preparation of the participants. The courses and assessment tasks are tailored based on the same philosophy to gain wider range of societal and personal outcomes. The participants are encouraged to re-conceptualize learning in a given context through critical thinking, cooperative learning, problem solving, and actively engaging in dialogue and discussions with faculty and peers. The approach is to build a professional collaborative community where everyone contributes and learn.

The SSH welcomes you at the seat of learning and leading.

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