Planned Academic Units

  • Alliance College of Arts and the Humanities

    The degree programs proposed by the Alliance College of Arts and the Humanities aim at providing graduates with a strong intellectual foundation in a liberal arts education that not only ignites their passion for greater learning in the disciplines of the humanities and social sciences but also prepares them for satisfying careers at various levels in government, private sector, and non-profit organizations. The College plans to introduce programs both at the undergraduate-and-postgraduate levels, which would include, but are not restricted to the following disciples under arts, humanities, and social sciences: economics, political science, history, sociology, psychology, anthropology, linguistics, public policy and administration, gender studies, and philosophy.

  • Alliance College of Science

    The degree programs proposed by the Alliance College of Science seek to build in its graduates subject-matter experts who are skilled and adept in the understanding and application of scientific theory to advances in the fields of nanotechnology, biotechnology, bioinformatics, biological sciences, chemistry, mathematical sciences, earth sciences, and the physical sciences. The College strives to instill in its graduates a keen sense of scientific enquiry and its programs strive to create and sustain a passion for research in them: both empirical and theoretical of scientific phenomena, even while preparing them as scientists and researchers to pursue rewarding careers in the sciences, applied research, biotechnology, environmental sciences, and academia.

  • Alliance College of Medicine and Dentistry

    The degree programs proposed by the Alliance College of Medicine and Dentistry aim at building world-class graduates who are outstanding medical and dental professionals with clinical skills of the highest order and demonstrate an unwavering commitment for patient care in the fields of anesthesiology, biochemistry, biomedical engineering, cardiology, endocrinology, metabolism & diabetes, gastroenterology and human nutrition, orthopedics, pediatrics, pathology, physiology, surgical disciplines, orthodontics & dentofacial orthopedics, prosthodontics, and oral & maxillofacial surgery. The College endeavours to provide excellence in medical education and thereby prepares its graduate-doctors for fulfilling careers in clinical practice, medical research, and healthcare delivery.

  • Alliance College of Education and Human Services

    The Alliance College of Education and Human Services has a vision to become a center of excellence in educational training, teaching, research and capacity building at the national and international level, and to prepare its graduates for professional career opportunities as effective teachers, leaders, world-class educators and education administrators. The vision of the College would be realized through its differentiated and specialized program offerings in teacher education, higher and professional education and educational research designed to reach out to a wide cross-section of society. The College would proactively also undertake the design of innovative and multi-channeled distance learning systems involving interactivity in learning. The College plans to offer degree programs in study in the following areas of education, training, and human-service administration: education policy, administration and management, social engineering, social justice and empowerment, career education and life-skill development, social work, mental health and human development, cognitive and neurosciences, guidance counseling, technology and education and human services administration.

  • Alliance School of Health Sciences

    The Alliance School of Health Sciences would offer degree programs in the critical support areas of medicine, healthcare, and clinical research. The School plans to offer programs of study in the following health professions: hospital administration, healthcare management, medical process outsourcing, nursing, physical therapy, anesthesia, health sciences, public health administration, optometry, podiatry, clinical psychology, psychiatry, and other related disciplines. The School also plans to establish state-of-the-art centers for research, clinical support, and other services. The School is committed to delivering excellence in teaching and research, and its offerings aim to prepare its future graduates for rewarding careers at various levels across healthcare professions.

  • Alliance College of Media and Communications

    The academic programs offered by the Alliance College of Media and Communications aim at equipping graduates with the knowledge and skills to excel as outstanding communicators in the fields of mass media such as print journalism, radio and television journalism, photo journalism, communication research, and advertising and public relations. The programs at the College aim at building articulate, passionate, and media-literate graduates who are acknowledged for their scholarship, professional expertise, and a deep commitment to social responsibility, even as they seek to advance creative endeavor and public engagement in a rapidly evolving media environment. The uniquely-crafted programs at the College prepare graduates for exciting and fulfilling careers in the press, advertising, entertainment, and academia as journalists, editors, advertising professionals, producers, and media faculty teaching in quality colleges and universities worldwide.