Mr Hussein Kalinaki
Mr Hussein Kalinaki

Dean FOEH

Faculty Dean
Mr. Hussein Kalinaki
BSc. CS, MIT, CCNA

HOD Computing
Ms Charlotte. F. Kyomuhendo
ADSE, BSc. ITBIS, MSc BISM

Ag. HOD Science
Mr Adam Muhumuza
BSc. Agric

HOD Vocational Studies
Mr. Isaac Newton Nkata


Applications for Admissions now open for January 2021 study intake

Email Address: dean.fost@miu.ac.ug,
                             admissions@miu.ac.ug

Phone Contacts:
+256 777203994

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FOST

In the Faculty of Science and Technology, much of our work is guided by the notion that people have an essential part to play in modern engineering and technology. Within our Faculty we are attempting to integrate the study of people, both as individuals and societies, with that of artefacts and the sciences that are involved.

Our Faculty brings together leading academics from a wide variety of backgrounds, working together to ensure that broad perspectives of systems are used, to challenge thinking and formulate approaches to science, engineering, design and analysis that are fit for purpose in our modern world.

Our approach to teaching is built on professional practice and applied research. We work with industry leaders to ensure you develop the skills employers

Mission

To advance learning and knowledge through teaching and research, particularly:

– in science, technology, mathematics and agricultural studies; and

– at the postgraduate level;

To assist in the economic and social development of Uganda

Vision

To unlock the potential of our staff, students and communities, in an environment conducive to learning, through teaching and research, and the pursuit of strategic partnerships.

To be a leading university with significant international impact and strong local commitment

Departments at faculty of Science & Technology (FOST)

Department of Computing

The Computing Department at Metropolitan International University aims to equip students with knowledge of the foundations of their chosen subject area and the skills necessary to apply their discipline to real-world problems. Our teaching regularly achieves high satisfaction scores and you will find many of our courses provide a diverse and engaging approach to teaching and learning, including project-based activities in all years, invited speakers and access to leading edge technologies in a range of dedicated labs throughout the campus.

We have particular strengths in Networks, Foundations of Computing, Software Systems Engineering, Computational Simulation, Intelligent Networks, and HCI. Research is integrated with our teaching and students have an opportunity to be introduced to emerging technology in these areas at undergraduate level of study.

Department of Science

The department of Science is a vibrant, innovative centre of scientific and mathematical excellence, with a mission to unlock the potential of our staff, students and communities through teaching, research, and strategic partnerships. It is the flagship faculty due to its productivity.  Our academics continue to build strong relationships with industry, public partners and their academic peers nationally. These collaborations present enormous opportunities for our students to be exposed to diverse teaching, research and community engagement opportunities, which are relevant to our immediate environment and the national context. The staff of the faculty (academic and support) strive to create an enabling and affirming educational environment where students are encouraged to take their education serious and become excellent ambassadors for the faculty, society and their families as they enter the workplace.

Department of  Vocation Studies

The department of Vocational Studies is a vibrant, innovative centre of excellence, relevant to the scientific, and technological needs of society. This department is unique as it offers both skills and knowledge in line with the national aspirations enshrined in the Business, Technical, Vocational Education Training (BTVET) and the Universities and other Tertiary Institutions (UOITA) Acts.