Faculties and Departments
Currently, BUC has three main faculties to oversee six specialised departments and a Centre.
Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences
This faculty describes each underlined department’s actions, processes and functionalities:
Department of Security Studies
This Department provides quality, broad-based theory, complemented by appropriate practical application. The object process involves the learning aspects of conflict, industrial and public security, and lead to the analytical of corporate security decision-making.
Department of Intelligence Management
The subject-department is developed with the idea of offering students the opportunity acquire the knowledge in the concepts and theories Intelligence Processes, Human Security, National Security and counterintelligence application. The intelligence learning furnishes students with the ‘’know-how’’ to be able to lead and manage effectively within the dynamic national security environment and inevitably, at the private intelligence organisation settings.
Faculty of Behavioural and Human Sciences
BUC is committed to establishing a bona fide community with qualified graduates. Our innovative Departments blend Business, Media, Science and Arts, and it’s enhanced by operational research:
Department of Investigative Forensic Psychology
The Department herewith reflects the ethos and distinctiveness of the faculty by examining science in its practical investigative context, underpinned by technological awareness and psychological approach. The Department is focus on maintaining a sustainable links with relevant employers and recognised industries to ‘’create routes’’ for visits, consultancy services and occasional invitation to campus by these employers and representatives from the target industries.
Department of Investigation Studies
The purpose for developing this department is to acquaint students with principles of practical and theoretical aspects in Investigations; highlighting the contemporary challenges to facts acquisition or findings as partly the results of media, politics, scientific approach, technology, etc.
Faculty of Law and Criminology
Department of Crime and Administrative Justice
This innovative Department is recognised with characteristics and operations of the criminal justice system and the relative aspects of crime and social justice within the environment of a democratic society. This Department is specifically designed to unearth the fundamental impacts on criminal justice policies and operations within the context of theoretical and practical perspectives. Political, cultural, social and institutional challenges are broadly deemed in the curriculum offerings, approved by the Department.
Department of Policing and Public Safety
Policing has emerged as one of the exciting academic disciplines. The object of creating this Department is to add value to the existing approach to policing, and to further explore areas where human, private and public assets are safeguarded within the law of the state. Due to the current trend in the conduct of terrorism and other menace in the society, this Department will work closely with the police forces, community and business leaders, legal practitioners, private law enforcement agencies, policy makers, media representatives, NGO’s, etc. to share their academic and professional skills that will enhance the collaborative management of sustainable national security and public welfare.
Centre for Human Rights, and Conflict Resolutions
This Centre is specially developed to be a premier Centre to offer Human Rights courses to all prospective students and practitioners wishing to register their interest in the Centre’s research opportunities. Foremost, the Centre is promoted to attract renowned academician of international standing to provide first-class Human Rights education and Conflict Resolution training.