Welcome to the Faculty of Science and Education of Busitema University

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The Faculty of Science and Education (FSE) is one of the seven (7) Faculties of Bustema University. It was one of the first Pioneer faculties established in Bustema University. The Faculty is located at Nagongera within Nagongera Township in Tororo d istrict about 17 kilometers from Tororo town along Tororo-Busolwe road. Nagongera campus was previously a National Teachers' College (NTC) and was given to Busitema University in 2006. The campus is set on 850 acres of land which provides amble space opportunity for expansion for the training, research and outreach activities. The Faculty became operational in 2007. At undergraduate level, the Faculty currently trains professional teachers in sciences in the subjects of Agriculture, Biology, Chemistry, Computer Studies, Economics, Entrepreneurship, Geography, Mathematics, and Physics.

Faculty Goal
The goal of Faculty of Science and Education is to develop and implement demand driven innovative training, research and outreach programmes, increase practical skills for promotion of technological advancement and forge linkages with grassroots, civil society, government, private sector and international community for promotion of sustainable development.

Faculty Vision: In agreement with the overall vision of Busitema University, the vision of Faculty of Science and Education is to be the centre of excellence in developing practical, innovative and motivated graduates in sciences and teacher education who will effectively respond to needs of local and international communities.

Mission: To enhance professionalism and innovativeness through quality training of teachers and science professionals and promote research and community outreach for socio-economic transformation and sustainable development.

Core values: Excellence, relevance, innovativeness, professionalism, ethics, integrity, equity, internationalization and respect for diversity.

Expansion of Training Programmes
In an effort to respond to the government policy of increasing the number of science and practical life skill subject teachers for secondary schools, the faculty has planned to introduce new subjects in the areas of Marine Science, English and Literature, Sports Science in 2015/2016 academic year.