Our Undergraduate Programmes

Undergraduate Programs:

  • Bachelor of Environmental Science (BES)
  • Bachelor of Science in Civil and Environmental Engineering (BSCEE)
  • Bachelor of Science in Project & Construction Management (BSPCM)

Short Courses (Certificate Programs):

  • Computer Aided Drawing/Design (AutoCAD 2D)
  • Disaster Risk Management and Climate Change Mitigation
  • Geographical Information Systems (GIS) UNDER DEVELOPMENT
  • Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) UNDER DEVELOPMENT
  • Sustainable Energy


  • Bachelor of Science in Computer Science 
  • Bachelor of Science in Information Technology (BSIT)
  • Computational Science (BCS)
  • Diploma in Entrepreneurship and Information Technology

The Department offers the following short courses to meet the demand for computing and technology basic skills.

  • Certificate in Computer Applications (CCA)
  • CISCO Certified Network Associate (CCNA)
  • Linux Administration

Undergraduate Programs:

  • Bachelor of Agricultural Science and Entrepreneurship (BASE)

  • Bachelor of Science in Food Science and Technology (BFST)

  • Bachelor of Science in Agribusiness (BSAB)

What To Know
A note on Undergraduate Programmes:
Most of the undergraduate programmes are three-year full time courses offered at our main campus in Mukono and Kampala as well as our Constituent Colleges: Bishop Barham University College-Kabale, Mbale, and Arua Campuses.

There are three intakes.
♦ Easter (January) semester intake
♦ Trinity (May) semester intake
♦ Advent (September) semester intake

For detailed information about our programmes and admission requirements, please visit the university website http://ucu.ac.ug/admissions

The Faculty programmes are designed to attract a diversity of students from across Africa and beyond: Uganda, Kenya, Tanzania, Rwanda, Burundi, DRC, Sudan, Nigeria, Zimbabwe etc. This gives our students excellent opportunity for exposure to international experiences.

Our programmes are designed to equip students with practical knowledge and skills through fieldwork/experiential learning. Our students are also engaged in community outreach programmes, as part of the university's corporate social responsibility but also as an opportunity for students to be innovative and to gain meaningful practical skills. This has been possible through faculty partnerships with different government institutions, local and international organizations.
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