Skyway University Career 

Skyway University Career

Career Opportunities

With a Bachelor of Social Science in Community Development, students graduate with skills highly valued by employers. Alumni commonly find jobs in: different Government Ministries/Departments pertaining to community development, social welfare, transportation, land use and the environment; nonprofit organizations as program coordinators and directors; and private companies in outreach positions, real estate development, and more. Alumni are also well-positioned to pursue graduate level studies.

Entry Requirements


Year One

Malawi School Certificate of Education (MSCE) with an aggregate of not more than thirty six points (36) in the best six (6) subjects including English.

Third Year

Those with Advanced Diplomas in relevant fields from recognized institutions will be exempted and join THIRD YEAR OF STUDY.


First Semister Second Semister
Intro. to Community Development Demography and Population Studies
Social Communication Principles of Social Work
Community Health Principles of Agriculture
Sociology Gender and Development Climate Change Studies Computer Applications and Operations



First Semister Second Semister
Project Management Early childhood Development
Microfinance & Credit Management Conflict Management
Entrepreneurship Advocacy, Networking & Partnership
Human Rights and Ethics Community Empowerment
Social Research Proposal Development and Report Writing
Public and Private Sector in Dev Disaster Risk Reduction and Management



First Semister Second Semister
Extension Teaching Methods Macro Economics
Micro Economics Monitoring and Evaluation
Principles of Management Quantitative Methods for Managers
Development Psychology Social Psychology
Development Economics International Development Policy
Community Development Natural Resources Management




First Semister Second Semister
Program Planning & Scheduling Strategic Management
Total Quality Management Finance for Managers
Sustainable Development Human Resources Management
Agribusiness Management Program Appraisal Techniques
Integrated Approach to Development Right Based Programming