• Our Philosophy

    We are placing graduate on the leading edge of technology.


About the College

The College of Business and Social Sciences (CBS) has been in existence since the inception of the University in 2011 and has consistently played a key strategic role in the realization of the overarching vision and mission of Landmark University. The College is dedicated to raising a new generation of leaders and solution providers.

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Vision of the College

The vision of the College which draws from the vision of the University is to:

Train and produce resourceful and all-round graduates who are equipped with life-applicable skills necessary to function as solution providers in the highly complex and competitive national and global environment.

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Our Goals

The College goals are:

  1. Teaching
  2. Research
  3. Community Development
  4. Linkages
  5. Synergy with relevant industries
  6. Agricultural development
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Vision of the University

To be a leading world class university, by spearheading an agrarian revolution on the African continent through the exploration of hidden treasures in the mother-earth thereby restoring the dignity of the black race.


Research is the key business and driver of the College as it is the basis of University education. In Landmark University, our research focus is agriculture which is in line with our vision. The College promotes scholarly research on both local and international problems and encourages Faculty members to publish their research outputs in indexed and high impact journals (Scopus). As at today, many Faculty members have published in highly rated journals with high impact factors both nationally and internationally, majority of which are Scopus indexed.

Feminization, food security, and hunger eradication: A Case of Omu-Aran community in Kwara State, Nigeria

Ake, Modupe and Rasak, Bamidele and Igbolekwu, chisaa O. and Ogunlade, Peter and Nwozor, Agaptus

Are Oil Prices Mean Reverting? Evidence from Unit Root Tests with Sharp and Smooth Breaks

Lawal, A. I. and Babajide, Abiola A. and Nwanji, T. I. and Eluyela, F. D

Is there any relationship between monetary policy tools and external credit-growth nexus in Nigeria?

Adediran, O.S. and George, E.O. and Alege, P. O. and Obasaju, B.O