The nature of management education is eclectic. As a result, the College philosophy is to provide a balanced management education that combines intellectual development and ethical standards with the appropriate professional skills for establishing or managing organisations and resources in the most efficient manner to achieve organisational objectives.
In specific terms, the philosophy enunciated above will be implemented through the development of innovative curricula which are designed to achieve the following objectives.
To train highly-skilled professional management manpower imbued with the highest level of ethical standards of behaviour, transparency, and accountability.
To provide, through innovative curriculum and teaching methods, graduates who are able to apply theoretical knowledge and principles to live organisational management problems.
To produce graduates who are imbued with the spirit of entrepreneurship that encourages self-employment and job creation through the translation of latent opportunities in the environment into productive business organisation.
To inculcate in students the spirit of life-long learning and self-improvement
To inspire students for deeper knowledge in their areas of interest through higher education thereby making them not just consumers of extant knowledge but also potential contributors to knowledge.
To make student proficient in another foreign language (currently French) to enhance their global employability and career advancement.
The Vision of Caleb University is “to be the leader in producing manpower in commerce, technology, and the environment with due regard to relevance to societal needs”
In order to implement this corporate vision of CALEB University, COSOMAS develops its vision as being: “a top-class Nigerian and internationally acclaimed College of Social and Management Sciences, teaching its courses with excellence and resourcefulness, conducting trail-blazing researches that contribute optimally to the advancement of knowledge in management and social sciences, and taking advantage of developments in information and communication technology to provide solutions to societal problems.”
Caleb University’s Mission aims “to provide opportunities for respectable, qualitative and relevant university education for regular and mature students, with due recognition of gender sensitivity for good and balanced societal development” In line with this, COSOMAS’ mission is to “provide professionally stimulating, intellectually enlightening, problem-solving courses in social and management sciences to students who are imbued with a sense of service with integrity and social responsibility.”