Home Academics List of Courses Offered at Gulu University: 2021/2022

List of Courses Offered at Gulu University: 2021/2022

1
-->
-->

The Accredited list of courses offered at the Gulu University, GU Uganda and their Requirements for 2021/2022 has been released and published here.

-->

List of Courses Offered at Gulu University, GU: 2019/2020

-->

All interested aspirants or candidates who want to apply for admission in the school can now proceed and check below for the list of courses offered in Gulu University, GU Uganda and their Requirements.

The general public and all those interested in studying at the Gulu University, GU Uganda are hereby informed that the list of courses offered at GU has been listed in the article and can be found below.

If you are looking for Gulu University, GU Uganda then you are finally in the right place especially if you have been searching so hard for it. Today, one of our article which you are currently reading now contains the official list of all the courses offered at the Gulu University also known as GU.

LIST OF UNDERGRADUATE COURSES OFFERED AT GULU UNIVERSITY, GU

Below is the full detail of all the undergraduate courses offered at the Gulu University, GU.

-->
-->
  • Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (Weekdays)
  • Bachelor of Science in Public Health (Weekdays)
  • Bachelor of Agriculture (Weekdays)
  • Bachelor of Science in Biosystems Engineering (Weekdays)
  • Bachelor of Science in Food and Agribusiness (Weekdays)
  • Bachelor of Science in Agri-Entrepreneurship and Communication Management
  • Bachelor of Business Administration (Weekdays)
  • Bachelor of Business Administration (Weekends)
  • Bachelor of Quantitative Economics (Weekdays)
  • Bachelor of Science Economics (Weekdays)
  • Bachelor of Development Studies (Weekdays)
  • Bachelor of Development Studies (Weekends)
  • Bachelor of Public Administration (Weekdays)
  • Bachelor of Public Administration (Weekends)
  • Bachelor of Science Education (Biological) – Weekdays
  • Bachelor of Science Education (Physical) – Weekdays
  • Bachelor of Science Education (Economics) – Weekdays
  • Bachelor of Science Education (Sport Science) – Weekdays
  • Bachelor of Science Education (Agriculture)
  • Bachelor of Science (Computer Science) – Weekdays
  • Bachelor of Information and Communications Technology (Weekdays)
  • Bachelor of Information and Communications Technology (Weekends)
  • Bachelor of Arts Education (Weekdays)
  • Bachelor of Arts Education (Weekends)
  • Bachelor of Business Education (Weekdays)
  • Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (Weekdays)
  • Bachelor of Science in Public Health (Weekdays)
  • Bachelor of Agriculture (Weekdays)
  • Bachelor of Science in Biosystems Engineering(Weekdays)
  • Bachelor of Science in Food and Agribusiness
  • Bachelor of Science in Agri-Entrepreneurship and Communication Management
  • Bachelor of Business Administration (Weekdays)
  • Bachelor of Business Administration (Weekends)
  • Bachelor of Quantitative Economics (Weekdays)
  • Bachelor of Development Studies (Weekdays)
  • Bachelor of Development Studies (Weekends)
  • Bachelor of Public Administration (Weekdays)
  • Bachelor of Public Administration (Weekends)
  • Bachelor of Science Education(Biological) – Weekdays
  • Bachelor of Science Education (Physical) – Weekdays
  • Bachelor of Science Education (Economics) – Weekdays
  • Bachelor of Science Education (Sports Science) – Weekdays
  • Bachelor of Science Education (Agriculture)
  • Bachelor of Science (Computer Science) – Weekdays
  • Bachelor of Information and Communications Technology (Weekdays)
  • Bachelor of Information and Communications Technology (Weekends)
  • Bachelor of Arts Education (Weekdays)
  • Bachelor of Arts Education (Weekends)
  • Bachelor of Business Education (Weekdays)
Don’t miss out on current updates, kindly like us on Facebook & follow us on  OR leave a comment below for further inquiries.

 

-->

 

 

-->
-->

-->

1 COMMENT

  1. Is there any plan of making the Masters in Public Health also available on weekends?
    It would attract lot of working class students f who may not have the time on week days from far locations.

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here