List of Courses in Spiritan University | www.spiritanuniversity.edu.ng
Spiritan University Courses – The list of current accredited courses offered in Spiritan University, has been fully compiled in this article, to give students seeking admission in the institution an insight on the available courses. Check below to see the list of SUN Courses.
List of Courses Offered in Spiritan University & Subject Combination
Below is the current list of Accredited available Courses in Spiritan University(SUN). Click on each course to see its SUBJECT COMBINATION.
- BANKING AND FINANCE
- BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
- CHRISTIAN RELIGIOUS STUDIES
- COMPUTER SCIENCE
- ENGLISH LANGUAGE
- HISTORY AND DIPLOMATIC STUDIES
- POLITICAL SCIENCE
Spiritan University, Nneochi
The word Spiritan, which is derived from the Latin word “Spiritus” (Spirit), refers to a Religious Order, Congregation of the Holy Spirit (Congregatio Sancti Spiritus) to which the proprietors belong. The Congregation of the Holy Spirit is an International Religious Order in the Catholic Church founded in France on May 27, 1703. The first Spiritan Missionaries arrived and began their Educational and evangelization work in Nigeria in 1885. Presently it has indigenous membership of over six hundred, working in various areas of youth apostolate through Education ministry nationally and internationally. This Religious Order is specifically dedicated to the Holy Spirit, who is the Spirit of Knowledge, Understanding, Wisdom and Fortitude. The name of the University is inspired by the above chrisms from the Holy Spirit, hence the University aims at imparting holistic knowledge, understanding and wisdom which constitute the hallmark of University education.
The Spiritans are known in Nigeria for the promotion of education in their evangelical work as a gateway to enhance the integral development of local communities. The full story of development in many parts of Nigeria, especially in the South-East (Eastern Nigeria of old) and the middle belt (Benue-Plateau) is never told without reference to the contribution thereto made from the work of the Spiritans in education (both in primary and secondary Education). The school system of the early Spiritan Missionaries contributed a lot to the development of the people of Nigeria. Some leading national figures – politicians, professionals, and industrialists – are products of Missionary schools of the Spiritans. They established numerous primary and secondary schools and some teacher training colleges in different parts of the country.
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