Study Programmes

The department offers two programmes in the field of Adult and Community Education that is, BACE (Bachelor of Adult and Community Education) and MACE (Masters in Adult and Community Education).

Bachelor of Adult and Community Education (BACE)

Main Objective
To create a cadre of well trained decision-makers, designers and implementers of programmes in Adult and Community Education.  The programme is designed to equip students with sound knowledge, skills and attitudes in adult education, community development and contemporary socio-economic issues related to the development process. The graduates of this programme are expected to work in a multitude of adult and community education situations and environments in order to facilitate a quick process of community development and social transformation. Read More

Master of Adult and Community Education (MACE)

Introduction
The Department of Adult and Community Education has had the particular mandate of developing professional adult education in the University and the country at large and has, in the pursuit of this goal, taken deliberate efforts to consolidate the position of the School of Distance and Lifelong Learning as a major academic unit in the University. In 1997, the Department launched the Bachelor of Adult and Community Education (BACE). The main goal of BACE is to create a cadre of well-trained decision-makers, designers and implementers of programmes in Adult and Community Education.  The programme is designed to equip its participants with sound knowledge, skills and attitudes in adult education, community development and contemporary socio-economic issues related to the development process. During the first five years, over 500 students had registered for the BACE programme and 270 of them had graduated, 46% female and 54% male. Read More