Department of Liberal Studies


The liberal studies department was created in October 2007 to coordinate and run courses that are common to all HND Programmes in the Polytechnic. These courses include communication skills, African Studies, Computer Literacy and Entrepreneurship.
The main purpose of these courses to broaden the horizon of students and equip them with the requisite knowledge and skills that will enhance their ability to obtain and process information effectively to meet their academic requirements as well as help them function adequately in society. The department is also responsible for the provision and maintenance of ICT facilities and services in the Polytechnic.

Vision

To become a socio-technically balanced department and endowed with highly qualified and motivated staff and modern facilities, providing support for the development of highly skilled manpower.

Mission

To offer quality teaching, learning and research services to students with emphasis on-hands on experience and provide state-of-the-act ICT platform for effective academic and administrative activities in the Polytechnic.

 Staff of the Department of Liberal Studies

NAME

QUALIFICATION

POSITION

Charles D. Nanglakong

MA (TESL), B.Ed

Lecturer / HoD

Boatbil Christopher Sormiteyema

MPhil, BA  Senior Lecturer 

Joseph D. Kpemka

LLB, BL, BA

Lecturer

Oscar M. Avomah

MA (TESL),B.Ed, Dip.

Lecturer/Dean of Students

Ayoung Daniel A

MSc, BA

Lecturer

Cletus Ganaa

MA, BA

Lecturer

David Batame Moari

MA, BA

Lecturer

Rev.Fr. Peter Ayorogo (Dr)

PhD. (French)

Lecturer

Akamboe Ayeribasiya

MPhil, BA, Dip.

Lecturer

Adams Mohammed A.

MPhil.,BA

Lecturer

Oswin Aganda Anaba

MBA, BSc

Lecturer/Coord., Access 

Asaamoning Godwin Anuork

MSc, B.Ed, HND

Lecturer/ICT Unit Head

Ayannor I. Baba

B.Ed

Senior Instructor

James Konjaang Kok

BSc, HND

Senior Instructor

Richard Azunre

BSc

Senior Instructor

Sinabisi Patrick K.

BSc, Diploma

Assistant Technician