The Department currently has 29 staff members, with eleven on leave of doctoral study. The distribution of academic staff on post in terms of ranks is as follows: 4 professors (formally retired), 2 associate professors (one of whom is formally retired), 3 senior lecturers, 7 lecturers, and 13 assistant lecturers. Academic programmes and students The Department offers two undergraduate degree programmes (a Bachelor of Education in Commerce and a Bachelor of Education in Adult and Community Education) and one graduate degree programme (a Master of Educational Management & Administration, MEMA). In collaboration with the College of Social Sciences and the College of Humanities, the Department also offers a Master of Arts in Education (MA Ed) on both a regular and an evening/parallel basis. The total student enrolment in both undergraduate and graduate programmes is 896. The Department is planning to offer the MEMA degree programme also on an evening/parallel basis because evidence indicates that there is a high demand for the programme. The Department is also thinking of introducing a new master’s programme in Management of Higher Education Institutions. There is demand for this kind of graduate programme on account of expanding private higher education institutions for which planning and management is often constrained by lack of sufficient knowledge and skill in the field.

The Department currently has thirty two (32) staff members on post, including nine (9) members on leave of doctoral study. The distribution of academic staff on post in terms of ranks is as follows: one full professor (officially retired) and three associate professors (of whom two are formally retired), 6 senior lecturers, 7 lecturers, 13 assistant lecturers and two tutorial assistants. About 51% of all academic staff members are on leave of PhD training. The Department is currently managing the teaching of a heavy load through co-teaching arrangements, along with a temporary retention of the retired staff. Academic programmes and students The Department offers two undergraduate degree programmes (a Bachelor of Education in Psychology and a Bachelor of Education in Early Childhood Education) and two graduate degree programmes (a Master of Education in Science Education and a Master of Arts in Applied Social Psychology). The total student enrolment in both undergraduate and graduate programmes is 322. The Department is planning to offer a Masters Degree in Languages and in Measurement and Evaluation.