The University is organised into three Colleges and five Faculties. Each College
and Faculty is headed by a Dean who is responsible for its administration and
academic affairs and reports to the Deputy President and the Academic Board.
The academic sub-divisions within each entity include Schools, Departments
and Divisions. Additional information is available on the University’s website.
COLLEGE OF BUSINESS & MANAGEMENT
The College of Business and Management comprises the following Schools:
• The School of Business Administration
• The School of Hospitality and Tourism Management
• UTech/JIM School of Advanced Management
• The Joan Duncan School of Entrepreneurship, Ethics & Leadership, which
includes the Technology Innovation Centre (TIC).
The College creates and maintains close strategic alliances with corporate
Jamaica and other similar entities within the region, thereby helping to ensure
the continued relevance of its programmes.
COLLEGE OF HEALTH SCIENCES
The College offers an impressive array of graduate and undergraduate courses
for health related professions in local, regional and global markets in several
fields, such as Pharmacy, Nursing, Dietetics and Nutrition, Medical Technol-
ogy, Herbal Studies, Child & Adolescent Development and Health Information
Technology. It is also committed to research activities that will address and
provide solutions to health care problems locally and regionally. The College
consists of three Schools: School of Pharmacy, School of Allied Health and
Wellness and the Caribbean School of Nursing, UTech. The Schools are located
on the main campus (Papine). The Caribbean School of Nursing has a satellite
campus in Montego Bay located at Barnett Clinic.
SCHOOL OF GR ADUA T E S TUD I E S R E S E A RCH AND ENT R E P R ENE UR SH I P
GOV E R N A NC E