Faculty of Social Sciences and Technology (FSST)

Executive Dean

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Prof. P. M. Matu

The Technical University of Kenya has a long-standing reputation in offering technical courses, which form the backbone of a skill-based economy. The Faculty of Social Sciences and Technology is designed as an organ of the University where competitive knowledge and skills are developed in the liberal, business, hospitality and creative disciplines. This Faculty has designed academic programmes that provide the human perspective of science. The Society aspect of this academic unit is to provide the much-needed bridge between applied sciences and engineering sciences, even with the liberal and vocational standpoint of these programmes, The Technical University of Kenya strongly believes in the practical approach to teaching and learning, hence the incorporation of full-scale technology into all the curricula. Focusing on capacity for the nation’s industry, learners are prepared for service, with discipline-related technological knowledge and skills. The Faculty comprises five Schools, namely: Business and Management Studies; Creative Arts and Technologies, Hospitality and Tourism Studies, Information and Communication Studies and Social and Development Studies. The Centre for Creative and Cultural Industries in the Faculty provides scope for close ties with and contribution to the creative economy

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Directors of Schools and Centres in the Faculty of Social Sciences and Technology

Prof. John Odoch Pido
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Dr. Micheni Elyjoy

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Prof. John Odoch Pido Prof. Richard Makopondo Prof. Tom Kwanya Dr. Micheni Elyjoy Dr Patrick Maison Dikirr
SCHOOL OF INFORMATION AND SOCIAL STUDIES (SISS)
SCHOOL OF HOSPITALITY AND HUMAN ECOLOGY (SHHE)
SCHOOL OF INFORMATION AND SOCIAL STUDIES (SISS)
SCHOOL OF BUSINESS AND MANAGEMENT STUDIES (SBMS)
CENTRE FOR SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY STUDIES (CSTS)