List of Courses Offered at Caritas University, Amorji-Nike, Enugu 2018


Caritas University is a private Catholic university in Amorji-Nike, Enugu State, Nigeria. Enjoying both state and ecclesiastical approval, it strives to revive in its community the age-long tradition of Catholic education and the exacting demand of contemporary society for sound education rooted in salubrious life-promoting morality.

Caritas University was approved by the federal government of Nigeria on December 16, 2004. It was officially opened on January 21, 2005 by the federal Minister for Education, Prof. Fabian Osuji. The formal opening was on January 31, 2005. The pioneer students of 250 matriculated on May 28, 2005.

It is the second Catholic university in Nigeria founded by Rev. Fr. Prof. Emmanuel Paul Matthew Edeh C.S.Sp, OFR. Although he founded the school, the proprietor of the university is the Congregation of Sisters of Jesus the Saviour, a religious congregation of nuns founded by him.

The principal objective of Caritas University is to remain in the frontline of centres of learning, teaching and research.As a Nigerian University with difference, Caritas university works for the improvement of her local community as well as for an active contribution to the needs of the international community in the aforementioned areas.

List of Courses Offered at Caritas University
Here is a list of courses offered by Caritas University as published on jamb.org.ng and all candidates interested in studying at the institution are encouraged to take note:

Administration

Accountancy/Accounting
Business Administration
Industrial Relations And Personnel Management
Marketing
Public Administration
Arts And Humanities

English Language
Engineering/Tech/Env

Architecture Banking And Finance
Chemical Engineering
Computer Engineering
Electrical /Electronics Engineering
Estate Management
Mechanical Engineering
Urban And Regional Planning
Sciences

Biochemistry
Computer Science
Industrial Chemistry
Mathematics With Statistics
Microbiology
Social Sciences

Economics
Mass Communication
Political Science
Psychology
Sociology