TABLE OF CONTENTS Mzumbe University

					                                 MZUMBE UNIVERSITY

                                 (CHUO KIKUU MZUMBE)



                                                       P.O. Box 1
                                                       Mzumbe
                                                       Morogoro
E-mail:mu@mzumbe.ac.tz                                 Tanzania
Tel: +255( 0) 23 260 43801/3/4
Fax: + 255( 0) 23 260 4382
Cell: +255(0) 754694029
Website: www.mzumbe.ac.tz




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                                       2010-2011
TABLE OF CONTENTS




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VICE CHANCELLOR ‘S WELCOME NOTE




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S E N I O R O F F I C E R S O F THE U N I V E R S I T Y

Chancellor
Hon. Chief Justice Barnabas Samatta(rtd)     (Academic qualification)

Chairman of the University Council
Prof Mkude                                   (Academic qualification)

Executive Officers of the University

Vice-Chancellor (VC)
Prof. Joseph A. Kuzilwa                    BA (UDSM), PGD (Lancaster), MA. (Lancaster), PhD (Illinois),

Deputy Vice- Chancellor (Academic) (DVC-A)
Prof. Magishi N. Mgasa               BVM (Nairobi), MVM (SUA,Morogoro), PhD (RVAU,
                                        Copenhagen)

Deputy Vice- Chancellor (Administration & Finance) (DVC- A&F)
Prof. Faustine R. Kamuzora               BSc. (SUA), MSc.(NCA & T State University), PGD (Bradford),
                                          Ph.D ( Bradford )
Directors under the Office of the Vice Chancellor:

Directorate of Internal Audit
Mr. Benedict Nkinda                          ADA (MUCCOBS), PGD (MUCCOBS), MSc. (MU), CPA (T)

Directorate of Finance
Mr. Jerry Sabi                               Dipl. Acc., CPA (T), MBA (Mzumbe)

Directorate of Communication
Ms. Reinfrida Ngatunga                       BA (UDSM), MA (UDSM), MA (Westminster)

Directorate of Quality Assurance
Acting Director Dr. Jennifer Sesabo          ADEP (IDM), MSc. (Agricultural University of Norway),
                                             PhD (Hamburg)

Directors Under the Office of the Deputy Vice Chancellor (Academics):

Directorate of Undergraduate Studies
Acting Director Mr. Noel Mrope               Dip (Ed.) (Shinyanga), ADMA (IDM), PGDB (Birmingham),
                                                     M.Sc. (Manchester) CIPS Graduate Diploma
(MCIPS),
                                             CSP (T)

Directorate of Research, Publications and Graduate Studies
Director Dr. Aggrey Kihombo               BA. (UDSM), MA (UDSM), PhD (Brandeis)
Associate Director Dr. Ganka Nyamsogoro ADCA (IDM), CPA (T), PG (UK), MSc. (Greenwich),
                                          PhD. (Greenwich, UK)

Directorate of Library and Technical Services
Director Mrs. Matilda S. Kuzilwa         ADPA(IDM), DIP-LIS (UCL, London), MLIS (UCL, London)
Associate Director Mr. George Bea        ADPA(IDM), M.SC (Agder)

Directorate of Information and Communication Technology
Acting Director Mr. Almasi Maguya     B.Sc.(Hons) (UDSM), MSc. (Lappeenranta University of
                                               Technology)


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Associate Director Mr. Mohamed Ghasia ADCS (IFM), MSc (SHU)


Deans and Directors of Institutes

Faculty of Social Sciences
Dean                                  Vacant
Associate Dean Dr.Jeremiah N. Kirway ADCA (IDM), MBA (RVB,Delft), PGD ( ISS), Ph.D (SUA)

Business School
Dean Dr. Joseph A. Kimeme                B.Sc. (UDSM), MBA (Pasific State), PhD (SUA).
Associate Dean Mr. Davis J. Meela        ADCA (IDM), MBA (RVB Maastricht)

Faculty of Law
Dean Dr. Eleuter G. Mushi                LL.B (Hons) (UDSM), LL.M (Warwick), Ph.D (Mzumbe)
Associate Dean Benjamin Jonas            LL.B Hons (UDSM), LL.M (Pretoria), Advocate of the High
                                                Court and Subordinate Courts.

Faculty of Science and Technology
Dean Prof. Philbert C. Ndunguru          B.A (Stat.) (Dar) MBA (Leuven-Belgium )Ph.D (UDSM)
Associate Dean Mr. Simon K. Njovu        B.Sc.(Hons) (UDSM) M.Sc. (Hull)

School of Public Administration and Management
Dean Prof. Josephat S. Itika          ADPA (IDM), PGD (Machester), MSc. (Wales), Ph.D (SUA)
Associate Dean Dr. Richard Gellejah   Dip. Med. (Tanga), ADM (Bugando), MPH (Boston)
                                      CHCDC (Boston)

Mzumbe University Dar es Salaam Campus College
Dean Dr. Andrew H. Mbwambo           ADBA (IDM), MBA (IDM), Ph.D (Nairobi)
Associate Dean Dr. Mpamila M. Madale ADLA (IDM), PGD (Swansea), Msc. (Swansea), PhD (SUA

Institute of Development Studies
Director Dr. Iddi Makombe                  BA.Ed.(Hons) (UDSM), M.A. (UDSM), Ph.D (UNISA)
Associate Director Mr. Adolf Makauki       BSc. (SUA), MSc. (SUA), MA (SUA)

Institute of Continuing Education
Director Mr. Aloyce P. Maziku              ADCA (IDM), MSc (Glasgow Caledonian)
Associate Director Paul Nsimbila           Dip(Ed), Monduli, ADMA (IDM), CPSP(T), MSC.
                                                   Purchasing & Logistics (UK), MCIPS (UK).

Institute of Public Administration
Director Dr. Emmanuel J. Matiku            ADSW    (UDSM),    MPA    (IDM),   DIP.   (UDSM),       Ph.D
(Brisbane)
Associate Director Dr. Leticia Warioba     BA (UDSM), MA (ISS), Ph.D (UNISA)

Mbeya campus college College
Director Mr. Ross Kinemo                   LL.B Hons (UDSM), PGDL (UDSM), LL.M (UDSM)
Associate Director Mr. Yohana Seme         LL.B Hons (UDSM), LL.M (UDSM)


Directors Under the Office of the Deputy Vice Chancellor (Administration and Finance):

Directorate of Human Resources
Director Mr. Didace Baasha                 ADPA, (IDM), PGDM (IDM)

Directorate of Planning and Control
Director Mr. Gottfried Mwamanga            Adv. Dip (IDM, Mzumbe), PGD (IRDP), PGD (UDSM),
                                           M.Phil. University of Glasgow

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Directorate of Students Welfare
Director Mrs. Mariam Mattao            Dip.Ed, (Dip.(KTC), B.A Ed(UDSM), M.A E.D (UDSM)

Directorate of Health Services
Director Dr. Bunini Manyilizu          MD, MPH, MBA - Mzumbe

Directorate of Buildings and Estates
Director Arch. Steven Mpapasingo       Adv. Dip (DSM Technical), PGD – DSM, M.A (Arch) – DSM
                                               Technical College




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ADDRESSES AND TELEPHONE NUMBERS

General administration                           Mzumbe University
                                                 P.O. Box 1
                                                 Mzumbe. Tanzania.
                                                 Tel.255 023 260 4381/3/4
                                                 Fax 255 (0) 23 260 4382
                                                 E-mail:mu@mzumbe.ac.tz
                                                 Website: www.mzumbe.ac.tz

Vice-Chancellor                                  P.O. Box 1, Mzumbe
                                                 Tel.255 023 260 4381/3/4
                                                 Fax 255 (0)23 260 4259
                                                 E-mail: vc@mzumbe.ac.tz

 Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Academic Affairs)
                                                                                       P.O. Box 1,
Mzumbe
                                                 Tel.255 023 260 4381/3/4
                                                            Fax 255 (0) 23 260 4257
                                                 E-mail: dvc@mzumbe.ac.tz

Deputy Vice-Chancellor                           P.O. Box 1, Mzumbe
(Administration and Finance)                     Tel.255 023 260 4381/3/4
                                                            Fax.255 (0) 23 260 4382
                                                 E-mail: reg@mzumbe.ac.tz/
                                                            dvc-af@mzumbe .ac.tz

Secretary to the Council                         P.O. Box 1, Mzumbe
                                                 Tel.255 023 260 4381/3/4
                                                 Fax 255 (0) 23 260 4274
                                                 E-mail: cs@mzumbe.ac.tz

Business School                                  P.O. Box 6, Mzumbe
                                                 Tel.255 023 260 4381/3/4
                                                 Fax 255 (0) 23 260 4382
                                                 E-mail:foc@mzumbe.ac.tz

Faculty of Social Sciences                       P.O. Box 5, Mzumbe
                                                 Tel.255 023 260 4381/3/4
                                                 Fax 255 (0) 23 260 4382
                                                 E-mail: fss@mzumbe.ac.tz

Faculty of Law                                   P.O. Box 9, Mzumbe
                                                 Tel.255 023 260 4381/3/4
                                                             Fax 255 (0) 23 260 4382
                                                 E-mail: fol@mzumbe.ac.tz

Faculty of Science and                           P.O. Box 87, Mzumbe
Technology                                       Tel.255 023 260 4381/3/4
                                                 Fax 255 (0)23 260 4382
                                                 E-mail: fst@mzumbe.ac.tz


School of Public Administration                  P.O. Box 2, Mzumbe
AndManagement                                    Tel.255 023 260 4381/3/4
                                                 Fax 255 (0) 23 260 4382
                                                 E-mail: fpam@mzumbe.ac.tz


Directorate of Information &                     P.O. Box 1, Mzumbe
Communication Technology                         Tel.255 023 260 4381/3/4
                                                 Fax 255 (0) 23 260 4382
                                                          E-mail: dict@mzumbe.ac.tz


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Directorate of Research,                 P.O. Box 63, Mzumbe
Publications &                           Tel.255 023 260 4381/3/4
Post Graduate Studies                    Fax 255 (0) 23 260 0329
                                          E-mail: drps@mzumbe.ac.tz


Directorate of Library and               P.O. Box 4, Mzumbe
Technical Services                       Tel.255 023 260 4381/3/4
                                         Fax 255 (0) 23 260 4382
                                         E-mail: dlts@mzumbe.ac.tz


Directorate of Strategic Business        P.O. Box 2, Mzumbe
Development (SBD)                        Tel.255 023 260 4381/3/4
                                         Fax 255 (0) 23 260 4382
                                         E-mail: dsbd@mzumbe.ac.tz


Institute of Public Administration       P.O. Box 2, Mzumbe
                                         Tel.255 023 260 4381/3/4
                                         Fax 255 (0) 23 260 3555
                                         E-mail: ipa@mzumbe.ac.tz


Institute of Continuing                  P.O. Box , Mzumbe
Education (ICE)                          Tel.255 023 260 4381/3/4
                                         Fax.255 (0) 23 260 4382
                                         E-mail: ice@mzumbe.ac.tz


Institute of Development                 P.O. Box 83, Mzumbe
Studies (IDS)                            Tel. 255 023 260 4381/3/4
                                         Fax 255 (0) 23 260 4382
                                         E-mail: ids@mzumbe.ac.tz


Mzumbe University                        P.O. Box 136, Mzumbe
Women Research                           Tel.255 023 360 4381/3/4
Consultancy & Training Group             Fax 255 (0) 23 260 4382
                                         E-mail: worecot@mzumbe.ac.tz



Lumumba Complex                          P.O. Box 11, Mzumbe
                                         Tel.255 023 260 1192
                                         Mobile: 0744 319378
                                         Fax: 255 (0) 23 2601513
                                         E-mail: lumumba@mzumbe.ac.tz


Directorate of student welfare           P.O. Box 2, Mzumbe
                                         Tel.255 023 260 4381/3/4
                                                    Fax 255 (0) 23 260 4382
                                         E-mail: dos@mzumbe.ac.tz


University Bookshop                      P.O. Box 1, Mzumbe
                                         Tel.255 023 260 4381/3/4
                                         Fax 255 (0) 23 260 4382
                                         E-mail: bookshop@mzumbe.ac.tz


Mzumbe University Academic               P.O. Box 1, Mzumbe

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Staff Association (MUASA)                            Tel. 255 023 260 4381/3/4
                                                     Fax 255 (0) 23 260 4382
                                                     E-mail: muasa@mzumbe.ac.tz

Directorate of communication                         P.O. Box 1, Mzumbe
                                                     Tel.255 023 260 4381/3/4
                                                     Fax 255 (0) 23 260 4382
                                                     E-mail: cpro@mzumbe.ac.tz

Directorate of Finance                               P.O. Box 3, Mzumbe
                                                     Tel.255 023 260 4381/3/4
                                                     Fax 255 (0) 23 260 4382
                                                     E-mail: finance@mzumbe.ac.tz

Directorate of Quality Assurance                     P.O Box 62, Mzumbe
                                                     Tel No. 255 023 2604381/3/4
                                                     Direct Line: 255 073 293 1045
                                                     Fax 255 255 073 293 1045
                                                     Email: dqa@mzumbe.ac.tz

University Chaplain, Christian                       P.O. Box 88, Mzumbe
Council of Tanzania (CCT)                            Tel.255 023 260 4381/3/4
                                                     Fax 255 (0) 23 260 4382
                                                     E-mail: cct@mzumbe.ac.tz

Mzumbe University Credit Union                       P.O. Box 1, Mzumbe
                                                     Tel.255 023 260 4381/3/4
                                                                Fax 255 (0) 23 260 4382
                                                     E-mail: cu@mzumbe.ac.tz

Mzumbe University Dar es salaam Campus College       P. O. Box 20266
                                                     Dar es Salaam
                                                     Tel: +255 22 2152586
                                                     Fax +255 22 2152584

Mzumbe University Mbeya campus college College       P. O. Box 6559
                                                     Mbeya
                                                     Tel: +255 2502863
                                                     Fax: +255 250 2862




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1.0 GENERAL INFORMATION
  1.1     Introduction
   Establishment
  Mzumbe University was established by the Mzumbe University Charter 2007 (established) Made
  under section 25 of the Universities Act. No. 7 of 2005 which repealed the Mzumbe University Act
  No. 21 of 2001. Mzumbe University is a public University and operates under the Ministry of
  Education and Vocational Training. The University boasts of over 50 years of experience in training
  management, administration of justice and good governance. Mzumbe started in 1953 as a local
  government school, training chiefs, native authority staff and councelors. After independence, the
  scope of its activities was expanded to include training of government officials, rural development
  officers and local court magistrates. In 1971 it was transformed into the Institute of Development
  Management (IDM) and later in 2006 into a fully fledged University.

  Location
  The University main campus is located 25 Kms South-West of Morogoro Municipal centre, about 3.5
  Kms off the Dar es Salaam - Zambia Highway. It is about 220 Kms away from Dar es Salaam, and
  within an hour's drive to the Mikumi National Park. The University, which is situated at the foothills
  of the Uluguru Mountain ranges on the Eastern arc of Udzungwa range, shares a common border with
  Mzumbe Secondary School on the East. The University has another campus in Mbeya and a Business
  school in Dar es Salaam. The Mbeya campus college is located in the Mbeya city, Forest Area at a
  walking distance from the Dar es Salaam - Zambia Highway. The Dar es Salaam campus college is
  located in Upanga area, Olympio Street. The Dar es Salaam campus college specializes in postg
  raduate programmes in various business studies.

  Mission
   The Mission of the University is to provide opportunities for acquisition, development, preservation
  and dissemination of knowledge and skills through training, research, technical and professional
  services.

   Vision
  Mzumbe University is to be a center of excellence in management science for knowledge acquisition
  and adaptation through training research, consultancy, public service and outreach activities in Africa
  and beyond by the year 2015.

  Accreditation
  The University is a fully registered institution by the Tanzania Commission for Universies. It has also
  been chartered in 2007 in accordance with the Universitiesy Act, No.7 of 2005.

  Membership
  The University is a full member of the following institutions:
      (i)      Inter University Council for East Africa (IUCEA)
      (ii)     Association of Commonwealth Universities (ACU),
      (iii)    Association of African Universities (AAU),
      (iv)     African Institute for Capacity Development (AICAD),
      (v)      African Association of Public Administration and Mgt (CAPAM),
      (vi)     Southern African Regional Universities Association (SARUA),
      (vii)    Association of Management Training Institutions in Eastern and Southern Africa
               (AMTIESA), and
      (viii)   It is also an affiliate member of the Tanzania Academy of Sciences (TAAS).

  Academic Organs
  The University consists of the following academic organs:
      (i)      Three faculties,
      (ii)     Three institutes,
      (iii)    Four directorates,
      (iv)     Two schools


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Administrative Directorates
The university consists of the following administrative directorates
    (i)      The Directorate of Planning and Development
             The directorate handles all matters related to policy planning, resource mobilization and
             institutional statistics
    (ii)     The Directorate of Human Resource and Administration
             The directorate handles all matters related to personnel and staff welfare, general
             administration and manpower planning and training.
    (iii)    The Directorate of Finance
             The directorate has responsibility of undertaking all matters related to revenue collection,
             expenditure and preparation of financial and management reports.
    (iv)     The Directorate of Students Welfare
             The directorate has responsibility of handling all matters related to students’ welfare,
             counseling and career guidance and sports and games.
    (v)      The Directorate of Buildings and Estates
             The core function of the directorate is to coordinate all matters related to estates,
             maintenance of infrastructure of the University.
    (vi)     The Directorate of Health Services
             The directorate has responsibility of undertaking all matters related to public health and
             clinical services.

 Quality Assurance
The university has a Directorate of Quality Assurance which is currently responsible for coordinating
quality assurance matters at the University level. Mzumbe University is a dynamic community of
students, scholars and staff committed to performing at quality standards. The university’s aim is to
provide a stimulating and innovative environment for teaching, learning, research and research training
as well as community outreach. Its approach to quality assurance and continuous improvement is to
learn from best practices worldwide and benchmark on quality to achieve academic excellence.

Development Partners
Mzumbe University has a long and strong relationship with development partners, who have assisted
in the institution's development. These development partners include Royal Norwegian Government,
DFID, NUFFIC, SIDA, UN agencies, and the World Bank.

Institutional Collaboration
The Univesity collaborates with more than 20 academic institutions, within the Country, Africa
America, Asia, Austrasia and Europe.

Lumumba Complex

Mzumbe University owns a state of the art hotel, Lumumba complex, which is ideal for
accommodation to executives attending short courses, workshops, or conferences and leisure.
Lumumba complex offers the following services;
• Accommodation with 31 self-contained, air conditioned rooms, water heaters, well furnished with
    TV sets and direct line telephone facilities.
• Modern conference rooms which can accommodate at least 40 people at a time.
• Two large convertible lecture rooms with a capacity of 80 people at a time.
• Four Seminar/syndicate classrooms.

1.2      Students Services
1.2.1    Medical Services
The University has a Health centre facility which provides clinical and health services. The health
center has full-time University Medical Officers and full-time Nursing staff who attend the students,
and the university staff as well as neighbouring community. The University Health Centre provides for
referral of cases to Morogoro Regional Hospital, Muhimbili National Hospital and Kilimanjaro
Christian Medical Centre (KCMC) where facilities for serious medical and surgical attention exist.

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Staff and student medical services including hospitalization, are provided upon receipt of medical
cards. University students and staff are required to join National Health Insurance Fund (NHIF) which
guarantees the medical treatment at the University Health Centre.Upon admission, all students are
required to pay medical capitation fees and receive medical services based on these fees.

All new students are required to furnish the University with a satisfactory medical report, including a
chest X-ray from a recognized medical practitioner or medical officer.

1.2.2    Students Welfare
The Directorate of Student welfare is responsible for students’ administration, personal and social
welfare of the students’s life at the University. The Directorate is headed by Director of Student
welfare, who is assisted by the associate director and janitors.

The Directorate provides the following facilities: residence, games and sports, religious activities,
general counseling and students’ employment and oversee the activities of student organizations.

1.2.3    Residence
Students are either accommodated in the hostels or find their own accommodation outside the campus.
Students who secure University accommodation are obliged to pay accommodation fees at an
authorised rate. All payments for accommodation in university hostels shall be made in advance and no
student will be accommodated without full payment of accommodation fee..

Mzumbe University (MU) comprises three campuses, Dar es Salaam campus college, Mbeya campus
college and main campus, Mzumbe. All students at Dar es Salaam campus college are off campus. The
MU Mbeya campus college has 3 hostels (blocks) which can accommodate about 400 students. At the
main campus, there are 10 halls of residence which can accommodate up to 1960 undergraduate
students. There is also small houses with self-contained rooms for postgraduate students which can
accommodate up to 124 postgraduate students. No student will be given a room in the University Halls
of Residence until he/she has paid the prescribed rent. Priority for on campus accommodation will be
given to students with disabilities, foreign students and female students. The university does not offer
accommodation for students with children; such students will be required to look for their own
accommodation off campus. All students are urged to observe the student bylaws in the halls of
residence.

1.2.4    Mzumbe University Student Organisation (MUSO)
Formal student activities are administered by the Mzumbe University Student Organization (MUSO).
MUSO is concerned with students’ academic, social and recreational activities. Every MU student is
automatically a member of MUSO. Most of the students’ activities are organized by the student
organization. The student organization addresses itself on aspects of representing students’ interest on
various decision making bodies such as Faculty/Institute/School boards, senate and University
Council. MUSO under leadership of its Chairperson is a formal active voice of students, within and
outside the university.

Under MUSO there are affiliated organizations such as religious, Environment protection and foreign
students’ organizations.

1.2.5    Games and Sports
The University has sporting facilities such as tennis court, track field, soccer pitch, netball, basketball
courts and badminton. Students can, therefore, participate in athletics, jogging, table tennis, football
(Soccer), basketball, netball and badminton. Mzumbe University students, through Tanzania
University Sports Association (TUSA), can take part in sports and games competitions organized by
various sports bodies, such as the East African University Games (EAUG), East, Central and Southern
African Universities Sports Association (ECSAUSA), the Federation of African University Sports
(FASU) and Federation of International University Sports (FISU).



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1.2.6    Catering Services
Catering services at the University are commercialized. Students are required to pay cash for their
meals. . The cafeteria services are outsourced, that is, they are offered by private catering service
providers who have been approved by the University. Meals are served on commercial basis where a
student has to pay for meals on a fixed charge. Catering services can be offered by the service
providers to conference and seminar participants on cash basis upon special arrangements. Students are
not allowed to cook in halls of residences and therefore are adviced to use the catering services
approved by the university.


1.2.7    Religious Activities
Religious facilities and services are available on campus for various Christians and Moslem
denominations. Protestants have a Chaplain appointed by the Christian Council of Tanzania (CCT),
and Catholics get spiritual services from the Mzumbe Catholic Parish. The Muslim Students
Association of Mzumbe University caters for the interests of the Muslim Students’ Community.

1.2.8    Postal and Banking services
There is a Post Office at the Mzumbe University which provides all the normal postal services. The
Post Office serves all residents of Mzumbe University, Mzumbe Secondary School and the
surrounding villages of Changarawe, Mikongeni, Kipera, Kinyenze, Konga, Mapate, Sanga Sanga,
Kauzeni, Kinyomvi and Mlali.

With regard to banking services, there are two banks which offer services at Mzumbe. CRDB has a
branch at the Mzumbe University which provides all normal banking services. The National Bank of
Commerce (NBC) does not have branch at Mzumbe University, but has an Automated Teller Machine
(ATM) to provide NBC teller services.

1.2.9   The University Bookshop
The University operates a bookshop. Its major function is to sell to the students and general public
textbooks, stationery and a wide range of selections of background reading materials. The bookshop is
open from 8.00 to 15.00 hours from Mondays to Fridays. It is closed on Saturdays, Sundays and
Public Holidays.

Bookshop Regulations
(i)  Textbook requirements for any new academic year are often scrutinized by the heads of
     department before they are submitted to the Bookshop for ordering. Orders from individual
     lecturers must be endorsed by their heads of departments before acceptance.

(ii)    Lecturers are required to recommend the most necessary basic textbooks. Other recommended
        readings are taken care by the University Library.

(iii)   All textbook requirements for new academic year are sent to the Bookshop by March of each
        year to give the Bookshop enough time to scruitinize and execute the orders. Early execution of
        orders allows the Bookshop at least 4 - 6 months transit or delivery period before the new
        Academic year starts.

1.2.10 Mzumbe University Academic Staff Association (MUASA)
Academic staffs of Mzumbe University are all members of Mzumbe University Academic Staff
Association (MUASA). MUASA is a non profit registered academic staff association which deals and
represents academic members of staff in matters of their academic and social interest including hosting
of academic forum and representation in academic committees and the University council.




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  1.2.11    Mzumbe University Library

  Organization
  The Mzumbe University library is under the Directorate of Library and Technical Services. The
  Directorate has three departments;
    (i)    Department of Reader Services
  This department coordinates all reader services within the library and organizes the library stock and
  co ordinates book circulation
    (ii) Department of Library and Technical services
  This department is responsible for book selection, acquisition and processing of new library materials.
  Also it deals with accessions bulletin, evaluation of book stocks, automation of the library catalogue
  and ICT provisions. In addition, the department provides bindery services and audiovisual aids which
  support the teaching function.
    (iii) Department of Library Science and Information Management
  This department is responsible for provision of reference services to readers, selection, acquisition and
  processing of periodicals, journals and reference books and organizing the information in the stacks. It
  also deals with indexing and abstracting services, electronic media search like the CD-ROM and other
  ICT provisions.

  Library collections
  The Mzumbe University Library contains one of the best and up-to-date book collections in the fields
  of Management, Administration, Accountancy, Business and Economics. The collection currently
  comprises about 30,000 book volumes catering for all the courses conducted at the University. There
  are about 800 titles of periodicals and journals which provide current information in related fields. The
  library can accommodate 750 readers at any one time and has 4 study carrels for students’ use while
  carrying out intensive study.

  The book stock is classified and arranged according to the Dewey Decimal Clasification 22nd edition
  and catalogued according to the Anglo American Cataloguing Rules (AACR) 2nd edition Revised
  2002.

  Information Services
  The library publishes a quarterly Accession Bulletin as well as Library Rules and Guide as may be
  required within an academic year. The Guide is for distribution to fresh students during the orientation
  week and they are required to read and abide by library rules and regulations. In addition there is
  growing collection of CD-ROMs (Compcact Disc Reads Only Memory) database services. The CD-
  ROM databases are important because they provide up-to-date information published in various
  subject areas.




2.0 FACULTIES, DIRECTORATES AND INSTITUTES
  2.1       Schools
        2.1.1              Business School
        This consists of the following Departments:
        (1) Department of Accountancy and Finance (DAF)
        (2) Department of Business Administration (DBA)
        (3) Department of Procurement and Logistics Management (DPLM)
        (4) Entrepreneurship Development Centre (EDC)
        2.1.2              School of Public Administration and Management
        This consists of the following three Departments:
        (1) Department of Public Service and Human Resource Management
        (2) Department of Health Service Management
        (3) Department of Local Government Management


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    2.2 Faculties
    2.2.1 Faculty of Science and Technology
    This consists of the following three Departments:
    (1) Department of Quantitative Methods
    (2) Department of Production and Operations Management
    (3) Department of Information and Communication Technology

    2.2.2 Faculty of Law
    This consists of the following four Departments:
    (1) Department of Criminal and Civil Law
    (2) Department of Economic Law
    (3) Department of Constitutional and Administrative Law
    (4) Department of International Law

    2.2.3 Faculty of Social Sciences
    This consists of the following five Departments:
    (1) Department of Economics
    (2) Department of Languages and Communication Studies
    (3) Department of Educational Foundations and Teaching Management
    (4) Department of Community Development and Social Work
    (5) Centre for Population Studies

2.3 Institutes
    2.3.1 Institute of Public Administration
    This comprises the following three Departments:
    (1) Centre for Public Service Studies
    (2) Centre for Local Government Studies
    (3) Centre for Health Services Management


    2.3.2 Institute of Development Studies
    This comprises the following four Departments:
    (1) Department of Development Policy
    (2) Centre for Environment, Poverty and Sustainable Development
    (3) Centre for Gender Development
    (4) Centre for Rural Development

    2.3.3 Institute of Continuing Education
    This comprises the following four Departments:
    (1) Department of Extension Services
    (2) Centre for Advocacy, Human and Civil Rights Services
    (3) Centre for Part-time Distance Education

    2.4 Directorates

    2.4.1 Directorate of Research, Publications and Post Graduate Studies
    This comprises of the following two Departments:
    (1) Department of Research and Publications
    (2) Department of Postgraduate Studies




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        2.4.2 Directorate of Strategic Business Development
        This comprises the following four Departments:
        (1) Department of Public Service Business
        (2) Department of Gender and Environment
        (3) Department of Long term Training and International Business
        (4) Department of Private Sector and Entrepreneurship Business

        2.4.3 Directorate of Library and Technical Services
        This comprises the following three Departments:
        (1) Department of Reader Services
        (2) Department of Library and Technical Services
        (3) Department of Library Science & Information Management

        2.4.4 Directorate of Information and Communication Technology
        This comprises the following three Departments:
        (1) Department of Maintenance and Technical Services
        (2) Department of Software Development and Application
        (3) Department of Systems Management.

        2.4.5 Directorate of Undergraduate Studies
        This comprises of the following three Units
             (1) Field Studies
             (2) Admissions
             (3) Examinations

3.0 ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
  3.1       General Provisions
        3.1.1            Admission Fees

        Applicants must pay an application fee (amount to be determined from time to time).

        Fees for prospective candidates applying at the Main Campus are payable to:-
                 Mzumbe University
                 CRDB Bank Plc Account no. 01J1012013400

        Fees for prospective candidates applying at the Dar es Salaam campus college are payable to:-
                 Mzumbe University
                 CRDB Bank Plc Account no. 01J1043012201

        Fees for prospective candidates applying at the Mbeya campus college are payable to:-
                 Mzumbe University
                 CRDB Bank Plc Account no. 01J1065743701

        All enquiries about admission for undergraduate studies should be addressed to:-
                Admission Office
                Mzumbe University,
                P.O. Box 1,
                Mzumbe, Tanzania.

        All enquiries about admission for postgraduate studies should be addressed to:-
                The Director
                Research, Publication and Postgraduate Studies
                Mzumbe University,
                P.O. Box 63,
                Mzumbe, Tanzania.

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             3.1.2             Payment of Fees
             Students will only be registered upon payment of the prescribed fees in full,
                      whose amount shall be determined from time to time.

             3.1.3              Guarantee of Sponsorship
             Applications can only be considered for registration once the University receives satisfactory
             evidence that the candidate will be adequately financed during his or her course at the University.
             Applicants who are in need of assistance to meet the University fees and expenses should seek
             bursaries from funding organizations. Currently the University does not offer any scholarship or
             financial assistance to any candidate seeking admission.

             3.1.4              Mzumbe University Academic Year
             The academic year starts in between October/November every year, and ends in June/July, except
             for first year programmes earmarked for staggered semester.

             3.1.5             Registration Deadline
             Deadline for registration for new students will be two weeks after the first day of orientation week.
             All new students are required to submit original certificates, including birth certificates, for the
             purpose of registration. No student will be registered after the deadline and /or without
             presentation of original certificates.

             Deadline for registration for continuing students will be at the end of the first week of each
             semester. Students who fail to register within this period will not be admitted into the semester
             and may be required to postpone or be deregistered if they do not apply for postponement.

             3.1.6             Change of Courses
             No student will be allowed to change programme after admission.

             3.1.7            Consistency of Students’ Names
             No change of names by students will be permitted during the course of study at the University and
             students will only be allowed to use names appearing on certificates which qualified them for
             admission. Exceptions to this provision are the following circumstances:
             (i)      Marriage
             (ii)     Change of religion
             (iii)    Divorce

       3.2         General Admission Requirements for the Bachelor Degrees Programmes
             The following are the MINIMUM entrance requirements for undergraduate degrees:

             3.2.1            Direct Entrance Scheme
             Applicants under direct entry scheme must fullfil the following requirements:


             (i)      Must hold at least three (3) O-level credit passes in relevant subjects according to specific
                      programme.

(ii)         The applicant must have at least two principal level passes and one subsidiary level pass in the A-
             level, provided that the total number of points is at least 4.5 in the scale where
             A=5;B=4;C=3;D=2;E=1;S=0.5.




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      3.2.2           Equivalent Qualifications Entry Scheme
      Candidates under equivalent category must meet the following requirements before they can be
      selected:

      (i)        Must hold an appropriate Diploma from an accredited Institution of not less than second
                 class level

                                                              OR

      (ii)       A certificate from Mzumbe University of not less than second class level, following
                 completion of form VI with at least one principal level pass and at least 3.5 points at
                 Advanced Level certificate.

      (iii)      Additional requirements for entry to a particular Faculty or Programme are presented in
                 the Faculty specific requirements in section B.


      3.2.3            Mature Age Entry Scheme
      The university offers an alternative method of entry through the Mature age entry Scheme for
      persons who satisfy the following requirements:

      (i)        Applicants must be 25 years of age or older, in the year in which admission is sought and
                 the applicant must have attended and passed tests in extra mural classes, residential
                 courses or courses offered by adult education centre or college recognized by an
                 appropriate authority. OR must have post secondary school work experience in relevant
                 field of not less than four (4) years.

      (ii)       Applicants must have obtained at least two (2) credit passes in relevant subjects in
                 specific programmes in their Ordinary Certificate of Secondary Education (O-Level).

      (iii)      Applicants will be required to sit for and pass the Mzumbe University Mature Age Entry
                 Examination at 50% level and above.

      (iv)       Additional requirements for entry to a particular Faculty are presented in section B.

      NOTE:               Principal passes in Divinity/Islamic Knowledge are NOT considered in the
                          computation of points.


3.3           General Admission Requirements for the Certificate Programmes
      The following are the MINIMUM entrance requirements for certificate programmes:
                 i) Applicant must have passed in at least five (5) subjects in the Ordinary Certificate of
                     Secondary Education
                 ii) Candidates must pass an Aptitude Test to be conducted by the University;
                 iii) ‘A’ Level candidates shall be exempted from sitting for an aptitude test, provided
                     that they have one principal pass in one of the subjects;
                 iv) The duration for MU Certificate programmes shall be one academic year;
                 v) Special consideration shall be made to admit applicants in a related degree
                     programme provided the Mzumbe Univesity Certificate award is either first class or
                     second class upper division.


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              vi)       Additional requirements for entry to a particular Faculty or Programme are
                        presented in the Faculty/School/Campus college specific requirements


3.4      General Admission Requirements and Guidelines for the Postgraduate Degrees
      Programmes
      3.4.1             Admission Requirements
      The following are the MINIMUM entrance requirements for postgraduate degrees:
              i) A candidate for admission into the master’s degree shall hold at least a second class
                    bachelor’s degree from a recognized institution of higher learning or,
              ii) A second class advanced diploma or equivalent qualifications obtained in at least
                    three (3) years of study or,
              iii) A professional qualification such as ACCA, CPA (T), MD, CSP, MCIPS, or their
                    equivalent from recognized professional bodies or institutions,
              iv) A candidate with PASS degree will also be considered upon producing evidence of
                    having obtained an examined postgraduate or professional qualification,
              v) A candidate who holds unclassified degrees should have an average credit of B or
                    above,
              vi) A candidate holding a degree whose classification is not easily distinguishable by the
                    University shall be required to have his or her qualifications clarified by the
                    Tanzania Commission for Universities (TCU) before being considered for an
                    admission.
              vii) Additional requirements for entry to a particular Faculty/ Institute/ school or
                   Programme are presented in the Faculty/ Institute/ school specific requirements
      3.4.2             Registration Requirements for the Postgraduate Degrees Programmes
              i) A candidate shall be registered for the postgraduate diploma or masters degree, upon
                    presenting proof of possession of the entry qualifications.
              ii) Deadline for registration for those selected during first selection shall be on the
                  Friday of the second week of the semester of the academic year. For those selected
                  during second selection the deadline shall be on the Friday of the fourth week after
                  the commencement of the programme in that academic year.
              iii) No candidate shall be registered prior to payment of fees and other dues payable to
                    Mzumbe University.
              iv) Except for executive/distance learning mode, the duration of registration shall be
                    eighteen (18) months provided the maximum duration of active registration period
                    (including extensions if any) shall not exceed three (3) consecutive years. The
                    maximum duration for executive/distance learning mode, shall be five (5)
                    consecutive years.
              v) Duration of registration shall be one (1) academic year for postgraduate diploma
                    provided the maximum duration of active registration period (including extensions if
                    any) shall not exceed three (3) consecutive years.
              vi) A student may be allowed to postpone studies for reasons of proven continued ill
                  health supported by a doctor’s medical certificate, financial problems, or for any
                  other reason which, in the opinion of the Senate, is strong enough to prevent one
                  from pursuing studies effectively.




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        vii) Such postponement which shall be approved by the Senate shall be for a semester or
             one academic year as the case may be provided that this postponement would be
             within the limit of the three-year time frame.
        viii) A candidate requesting for postponement shall sit for supplementary examination for
              subjects he/she is entitled to supplement.
        ix) The candidate may apply for extension to relevant Faculty/Institute/School and the
             Directorate of Research, Publications and Postgraduate Studies (DRPS), and the
             same be approved by the Senate. A candidate who fails to complete his or her
             studies within the specified period shall be deregistered from studies.
        x) Notwithstanding sections 3.3.3 and 3.3.4, a candidate seeking for extension beyond
           the specified period of completing his or her programme shall be required to pay
           extra fees proportionately.
        xi) A candidate who passes his or her coursework but fails to complete his or her
             dissertation or extra required coursework within the period of three (3) years will be
             entitled to a Postgraduate Diploma subject to Senate’s approval.
        xii) A masters and postgraduate candidate who fails in not more than three subjects shall
             be allowed to sit for supplementary examinations in September. The candidate who
             fails in the supplementary examinations shall be allowed to re-sit the failed subjects
             during the end of semester one examinations of the following academic year, after
             which if he/she fails again shall be discontinued.
        xiii) A candidate who produces a fraudulently obtained certificate during registration
              process or after registration shall not be registered or shall be deregistered and legal
              actions shall be taken against him or her.


3.4.3            Delivery Modes and Categories of Postgraduate Programmes
        i)   Masters programmes may be offered under the following delivery modes including
             but not limited to distance learning, executive, or mainstream.
        ii) The modes can be offered in two categories: by either coursework and dissertation,
            or coursework only.
        iii) Postgraduate diploma will be offered by coursework only.

3.4.4            Coursework and Examinations Evaluation
        i)   Candidates registered for coursework and dissertation programme shall do
             coursework examinations following assessment criteria and procedures approved by
             the Senate through the relevant Faculties/Institutes/Schools
        ii) The coursework portion shall consist of a minimum of forty (40) credit points of
             postgraduate courses as specified by each Faculty/Institute/School. One (1) subject
             (other than subjects offered by the Faculty of Law) carries four (4) credit points. For
             the Faculty of Law one subject carries five (5) credit points. The courses may be
             taken at Mzumbe University or at any other approved institution.
        iii) Pursuant to section 3.1.5 of the Regulations and Guidelines for Postgraduate
             Programmes, the additional courses pursued to meet the minimum requirements to
             the programme shall not be counted during determination of the overall grade for the
             Masters.
        iv) Matters relating to evaluation and examinations not addressed in the Regulations and
             Guidelines for Postgraduate Programmes, shall abide to the Mzumbe University
             examination and students’ assessment criteria by – laws.


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4.0         RULES AND REGULATIONS                                 FOR        UNDERGRADUATE                        AND
            POSTGRADUATE STUDIES
            Approved MU’ rules and Regulations include the following:
               (i)       The Mzumbe University Examination and Students’ Assessment Criteria By- Laws,
                         2007
               (ii)      Undergraduate Field attachment Policy
               (iii)     Postgraduate Guidelines
               (iv)      Theses and dissertations writing
               NB. All students are required to read and understand all these important documents upon
               registration.




5.0 MZUMBE UNIVERSITY FEE STRUCTURE

      5.1       Category A: Residents (East African)
      5.1.1     Bachelor Degree Programmes
      Fee Payable to The University
 Item Description                                                                              Amount in Tshs.
 Tuition per year (including registration, tuition, examination, and library services)                  1,300,000
 Campus Accommodation Fees per bed per year [Tshs. 500 per bed per day]                                   119,000
 Non-refundable medical fee per year                                                                       75,000
 Total                                                                                                  1,494,000


Direct Student Costs (Tshs)
  Meals (Tshs.        Application      Student Union       Books per         Field (Tshs.                 Total
 5,000 per day)           Fee               Fee               year         10,000 per day)
 1,190,000           20,000            10,000             200,000          1,190,000                 2,610,000
Caution money: Tshs. 50,000, payable prior to registration in the first year.

      5.1.2 Diploma Programmes
      Fees Payable to the University
   Item Description                                                                                  Amount in
                                                                                                           Tshs
   Tuition per year (including registration, tuition, examination, and library services)              1,200,000
   Campus Accommodation Fees per bed per year [Tshs. 500 per bed per day]                               119,000
   Non-refundable medical fee per year                                                                   75,000
   Total                                                                                              1,394,000


      Direct Student Costs (Tshs)
      Meals (Tshs.     Application      Student Union       Books per          Field (Tshs.            Total
       5,000 per         Fees               Fees              year           10,000 per day)
          day)
       1,190,000          20,000            10,000            200,000           1,190,000            2,525,000
            Caution money: Tshs. 50,000/= payable prior to registration in the first year.




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      5.1.3 Certificate Programmes
      Fees Payable to the University
  Item Description                                                                             Amount in Tshs
  Tuition per year (including registration, tuition, examination, and library services)             1,000,000
  Campus Accommodation Fees per bed per year [Tshs. 500 per bed per day]                               119,000
  Non-refundable medical fee per year                                                                   75,000
  Total                                                                                             1,194,000


      Direct Student Costs (Tshs)
    Meals (Tshs       Application Fees      Student Union        Books per       Field (Tshs. 10,000     Total
   5,000 per day)                               Fees               year               per day)
     1,190,000              20,000             10,000             200,000             1,190,000        2,605,000

           Caution money: Tshs. 50,000/= payable prior to registration in the first year.



 NOTE: FOR ALL UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS
 1. An academic year has two semesters each lasts for 119 days. The fees payable to the University are
     for the period of the two semesters;
 2. Fees may be paid in two equal installments, an installment being due at the beginning of each semester
     prior to registration;
 3. Fees once paid are not refundable;
 4. Fees do not include incidental expenses such as, transport;
 5. The University reserves the right to change fees at any time;
 6. Direct student fees have been benchmarked against Government rates, but sponsors may vary them
     according to their policies;
 7. Accommodation charges are Tshs 119,000/= per annum per bed for undergraduates;
 8. Exept for certificate programme, usually students go on field for the whole first semester of the final
     year of their studies; and Caution money is refundable, after clearance, upon completion of the studies
 9. Caution money is refundable, after clearance, upon completion of the studies
 10. Medical Fee is payable as follows: Tshs 62,700/= in the First Semester prior to registration and Tshs
     12,300/= in the Second Semester prior to registration.


      5.1.4 All Graduate Programmes (Except Executive MBA & PhD)
      Fees Payable to the University
Item Description                                                                                       Amount in Tshs
Fee per programme (including registration, tuition, examination and library services                        3,600,000.0
Total                                                                                                      3,600,000.00


 Direct Students costs
 For living expenses and other costs for books, stationeries, and so on, the following information should
 help students and their sponsors in reaching agreeable direct student costs ( which are payable DIRECTLY
 to the student and NOT to the university)

           1.   An academic year has two semester each lasting for 120 days
           2. The third semester or the period for undertaking research is approximated between 120 days
                for those that may pursue their programmes through course work only and up to 180 days for
                those undertaking their programmes through dissertation.
           3.   Accommodation costs are around Tshs. 2,500 per day for those who manage to stay on
                campus and up to Tshs. 5,000 per day for those for staying off-campus
           4.   Food is estimated at Tshs. 10,000 – 15,000 per day

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     5. Books range Tshs. 8,000 – 300,000 depending on sponsor’s ability to pay
     6.   Students staying on the campus will need caution money of Tshs. 100,000, which is
          refundable, after clearance, on completion of studies.
     7.   Student union fee: Tshs. 10,000/=, payable in the first installment of tuition fee
     8.   Fees may be paid in two equal installments, an installment being due at the beginning of
          each semester prior to registration
     9.   For research and dissertation costs, students should come up with a breakdown of what it will
          take to carry out the two tasks and negotiate with their sponsors on the amount of money they
          will need.

 **The information applies to Main Campus only. For Dar es Salaam campus college or Mbeya
 campus college, the rates are either not applicable or should be agreed upon between the student and
 the sponsor

 Graduate Programmes (Executive MBA) Fees Payable to the University
Item Description                                                                          Amount in Tshs
Tuition fee per programme (including registration, tuition, examination, and library            5,100,000
services) for residents


 Direct Student Costs (Tshs)
 For living expenses and other costs for books, stationeries, and so on, the following information should
 help students and their sponsers in reaching agreeable direct student costs ( which are payable
 DIRECTLY to the student and NOT to the university)

     1.   An academic year has two semesters, the first semester lasting 8 weeks, from 8th of
          November, 2010 to 16th April, 2011; and the second semester lasting seven weeks, from 9th
          May, 2011 to 8th October, 2011.
     2.   The two semester will be followed by a third semester lasting seven weeks for those
          pursuing their programmes through course work only and up to 180 days for those
          undertaking their programmes through the dissertain mode.
     3.   Dissertation costs should be approximated based on the number of field work days,
          transportation, priting and stationeries that the student may require to accomplish this tasks.
     4.   Fees do not include expenses such as transport , accommodation, meals books etc. These
          costs are borne by the students.
     5.   Direct student costs for meals, books, accommodation etc. should be in accordance with the
          sponsors’ policies and/or ability to pay
     6.   Fees once paid are not refundable
     7.   Fees are subject to periodic revision
     8.   A limited number of rooms are available at the University (at Lumumba Complex) for those
          with early booking at a price of Tshs. 30,000 per night.

 5.1.5 PhD Fee Structure
 Cost Item                                             Year 1           Year 2         Year 3          Total
 Direct University Cost                                Tshs             Tshs           Tshs            Tshs
 Application Fees                                          30,000                0              0              30,000
 Registration Fees                                         20,000                0              0              20,000
 Tuition /supervision                                   3,000,000        3,000,000      3,000,000           9,000,000
 Examination                                                    0                0        300,000             300,000
 MUSO Contribution                                         10,000           10,000         10,000              30,000
 Graduation Fees                                                0                0         20,000              20,000
 Medical capitation                                       170,000          170,000        170,000             510,000
 Total Payable to the University                        3,230,000        3,180,000      3,500,000           9,910,000
 Direct Student Costs


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    Accommodation (one semester)                               297,500               0         595,000                   892,500
    Meals (Annually)                                         1,800,000       1,800,000       1,800,000              5,400,000
    Books (annually)                                           500,000         500,000         500,000              1,500,000
    Stationery (annually)                                       70,000          70,000          70,000                210,000
    Dissertation Production Costs                                    0               0         270,000                270,000
    Facilitation Allowance (annually)                        1,200,000       1,200,000       1,200,000              3,600,000
    Identity Card                                                5,000               0               0                  5,000
    Field Research                                                   0       2,000,000       1,000,000              3,000,000
    Total Direct Student costs                               3,872,500       5,570,000       5,435,000             14,877,500
    Grand Total                                              7,102,500       8,750,000       8,935,000             24,787,500


    5.2     Category B: Non – Residents
    5.2.1 All Undergraduate Progrmmes
    Fees Payable to the University
     Item Description                                                                                    Amount in USD
     Tuition per year (including registration, tuition, examination, and library services)                        2,500
     Campus Accommodation Fees per bed per year [USD.2 per bed per day]                                             476
     Non-refundable medical fee per year                                                                            100
     Total                                                                                                        3,076
    Direct Student Costs
     Meals (USD.      Application Fees        Student Union         Books per        Field USD. 40          Total
     10 per day)                                  Fees                year              per day

     USD 2,380        USD 20                USD 10                 USD 300          USD 4,760             USD 7,470
          Caution money: USD. 100, payable prior to registration in the first year

NOTE:
  1. An academic year has two semesters each lasts for 119 days. The fees payable to the University
       are for the period of the two semesters;
  2. Fees may be paid in two equal installments, an installment being due at the beginning of each
       semester prior to registration;
  3. Fees once paid are not refundable;
  4. Fees do not include incidental expenses such as, transport;
  5. The University reserves the right to change fees at any time;
  6. Direct student fees have, as far as possible, been benchmarked against Government rates, but
       sponsors may vary them according to their policies;
  7. Accommodation charges are USD 476 per annum per bed for foreign undergraduate students;
  8. Usually students go on field for the whole first semester of the final year of their studies; and
  9. Caution money is refundable, after clearance, upon completion of the studies
  10. Medical fees are payable as follows: USD 75 in the First Semester and USD 25 in the Second
       Semester.
  5.2.2 All Graduate Programmes (Except PhD)
    Fees Payable to the University
   Item Description                                                                              Amount in USD
   Tuition per programme (including registration, examination, and library services)                        6,000
   Campus Accommodation Fees per room per year [USD 5 per room per day]                                     1,190
   Non-refundable medical fee                                                                                      150
   Total                                                                                                         7,340


    Direct Student Costs (USD)
   Meals [USD      Application       Student          Books         Field [USD 40 per day for            Total
   20 per day]       Fees           Union Fees       per year       140 days, including report


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                                                                                   writing]

   4,760               30            10             1,000             5,600                                    11,400

   Caution money: USD 100, payable prior to registration.

NOTE:
 1. An academic year has two semesters, each lasts for 119 days. The fees payable to the University are
    for the period of the two semesters;
 2. Fees may be paid in two equal installments, an installment being due at the beginning of each semester
    prior to registration;
 3. Fees once paid are not refundable;
 4. Fees do not include incidental expenses such as, transport;
 5. The University reserves the right to change fees at any time;
 6. Direct student fees have, as far as possible, been benchmarked against Government rates, but sponsors
    may vary them according to their policies;
 7. Accommodation charges are USD 1,190 for the 238 days of studies per annum. Occupation of rooms
    beyond the 238 days will attract additional charges;
 8. Usually students go on field for 70 days after coursework. Accommodation will only be provided to
    thesis students when available and at a cost of USD 5 per room per day ; and
 9. Caution money is refundable, after clearance, upon completion of the studies
 10. Medical fees are payable as follows: USD 75,000 in the First Semester and USD 75,000 in the
    Second Semester.

    5.2.3 PhD Fee Structure (USD)

           Cost Item                                Year 1           Year 2        Year 3         Total
           Direct University Cost                   USD              USD            USD           USD
           Application Fees                                 30                 0              0           30
           Registration Fees                                60                 0              0           60
           Tuition/supervision                        4,000              4,000        4,000        12,000
           Examination                                          0              0        900           900
           MUSO Contribution                                30                30          30              90
           Graduation Fees                                      0              0          60              60
           Medical capitation                           170                 170         170           510
           Total Payable to the University            4,290              4,200        5,160        13,650
           Direct Student Costs
           Accommodation (one semester)                368            184              368           920
           Meals (Annually)                          3,600                 -
                                                                        3,600        3,600         10,800
           Books (annually)                            750                  750        750         2,250
           Stationery (annually)                       210                  210        210           630
           Dissertation Production Costs/Seminars           -                          810           810
           Facilitation (annually)                   3,600                 -
                                                                        3,600        3,600         10,800
           Identity Card                                15                                -           15
           Field Research                                   -              -
                                                                        2,000        1,000         3,000
           Total recommended Direct Student Costs    8,543             10,344       10,338         29,225
           Total Direct Student costs recommended
           Grand Total                               12,833             14,444       15,498        42,875




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6.0     THE STRUCTURE OF MZUMBE UNIVERSITY PROGRAMMES

      6.1 Semester
      The University academic year consists of two semesters, each running for 17 weeks except for the
      Executive Programmes. The Executive Programmes’ semesters are of 6 weeks of intensive study
      spread in five months.

      6.2 Mode of Teaching
      All Mzumbe University courses are taught in lecture sessions combined with seminars each week.
      The lecture sessions are mainly for “one-way” information from the lecturer to the students. The
      lecture sessions may consist of students from different programmes.

      The seminar groups are small approximately 30 students. Generally the students are divided into
      seminars according to their programmes. The student-teacher relationship in the seminars is close
      and a variety of different learning methods are used.

      Mzumbe University students are responsible for their own learning. Self studies and group
      discussions are considered as important as lectures and seminars. For each course there will be an
      outline given to the students. The course outline is a plan for all plenary sessions and seminars in
      a particular course. The course outline specifies the detailed timing and sequencing of each topic.
      The students are expected to prepare themselves and follow up with self studies on each topic.

      Faculty members of the Mzumbe University are available on appointment for individual student
      consultation.

      6.3 Workload and Credit Points for Undergraduate Students
       On average, a degree, diploma or certificate course student is expected to spend a total of 50
      hours per week, for 15 weeks, on academic work. This total weekly workload of 50 hours is set to
      10 credit points (cp) per semester for all undergraduate programmes except LLB & BED
      programmes which have 12 cp per semester.

      All courses offered in a semester have a total workload of 10 cp (except LLB & BED), and each
      course unit is assigned 2 cp weight reflecting the estimated workload. The 2 cp weight includes
      plenary lectures, seminars as well as self studies, group work etc.
      Bachelors Degree Programmes consist of 6 semesters. LLB and BED students are required to
      complete a total of 72 credit points. Students in other Undergraduate programmes have to
      complete a total of 60 credit points (including the field project) in the course of three years. The
      maximum duration of studies for bachelor degree programme is five (5) years.

      Certificate Programmes consist of 2 semesters, each of 10 cp. This requires the students to
      complete a total of 20 credit points during the one year. (Certificate in Law students are required
      to clear 25 cp to cover the Field Attachment).

      For Diploma in Law the total number of credit points is 47. Ten (10) cp are granted each of the
      four semesters and 7 cp cover the Field Attachment between the two years of study.

      6.4 Workload and Credit Points for Graduate Students
      Workload and evaluation of the Graduate students is based on the semester system. The semester
      consisting of 14 weeks of class work, is set for rigorous professional training and subsequent
      evaluation takes place. Each course unit in a semester is given 4 credit points except in the the
      Faculty of Law where each course unit carries 5 credit points. Total course work for graduate
      students in an academic year is 40 credit points.




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Candidates who qualify to continue with the research phase after the coursework part shall be
required to submit a dissertation (in partial fulfillment of the master’s degree requirements) before
the expiry of the registration period. A candidate who has successfully passed both coursework
and dissertation components will be entitled to be awarded the Mzumbe University masters degree
in the relevant field of study.

6.5 Field Attachment and Term Paper Writing
The field attachment for Mzumbe University undergraduate students is meant to provide a
practical element in the study programmes. In their field attachment period, students are placed in
organizations and given an opportunity to practice some of the theoretical concepts learned in the
classroom.

The field attachment is integrated into the programme and allocated one full semester of study (17
weeks).

Before students go to the field, they use part of their fourth semester to prepare a field study
programme in the form of a project proposal. The various departments are responsible for helping
the students to plan and carry out their projects. Each student is, therefore, attached to a lecturer
who will supervise the student throughout the various phases of the project. Students can work in
a field project individually or as a group. A field project carries a full 10 credit points per one
semester. In cooperation with the organization/institution, the student is also given a field
supervisor from the organization/institution. The field project is evaluated based on the Field
Attachment Policy and the Mzumbe University (Examination and Students Assessment Criteria)
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7.0 SCHOOL OF PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION AND MANAGEMENT
      7.1 Introduction
         The School of Public Administration and Management aims at promoting the Mzumbe University
         aims, objectives and functions. Specifically, the School of Public Administration and Management
         aspires at increasing efficiency of public/civil servants, local government staff and staff working
         in executive agencies, independent government departments, and those from other public
         institutions including international and local institutions operating in Tanzania and within Africa at
         large.

         The folowing are the degrees programmes offered by School of Public Administration.:

         Undergraduate degree programs
            (a) Bachelor of Human Resource Management (BHRM)
            (b) Bachelor of Public Administration (BPA)
            (c) Bachelor of Public Administration (Records and Archive Management) (BPA- RAM)
            (d) Bachelor of Local Government Management (BLGM)
            (e) Bachelor of Health Systems Management (BHSM)

         Non Degree Programmes
            (a) Certificate of Human Resource Management (HRMC)
            (b) Certificate in Local Government Management (LGMC)
         Graduate Degree Programmes
            (a) Master of Science in Human Resource Management (MSc. HRM)
            (b) Master of Science in Local Government Management (MSc. LGM)
            (c) Master of Health System Management (MHSM)

         7.2 Specific Faculty Admission Requirements for Different Undergraduate Degree
             Programmes
         Following the University general admission requirement, the following are additional Faculty
         specific entry requirements:

         7.2.1 Bachelor Degree programmes
         Direct entry qualification
         At least two (2) principal level passes and one subsidiary in any subject at the Advanced
         Certificate of Secondary Education Examination (A.C.S.E.E) or equivalent: Where the principal
         passes do not include English; the applicant must have obtained a credit pass in English at ‘O’
         Level;

         Equivalent Entry Qualifications
         (i)     An appropriate diploma of not less than second class level from registered Institution.

                                                                 OR

         (ii)        A certificate from Mzumbe University of not less than second class level. The candidate
                               must have completed form VI with at least 3.5 points in the ACSEE. Where the
principal                              pass does include English Language, the applicants must have obtained
at least a credit in                   English Language at O-level.




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Mature Age Entry Qualification
(i)                     Applicants must be 25 years of age or older, in the year in which
admission is sought and the applicant must have attended and passed tests in extra mural classes,
residential             courses or courses offered by adult education centre or college recognized
by an                   approved authority. OR must have post secondary school work
experience of not less than four (4) years,

(ii)                    Applicant must have obtained at least two (2) credits one of which must
         be English Language at O-Level and


(iii)    Applicant must sit and pass the MU mature age entry examination.
Diploma in Human Resources Management
Applicants for admission into the Diploma in Human Resources Management             of the Mzumbe
University must be holders of:

(i)      Certificate in Human Resources Management (CHRM) or Certificate                in Local
         Government Administration (CLGA) or any other relevant certificate of at least a Second
         class level from an accredited institution

(ii)     The applicant must hold at least one principal level pass in the Advanced level of
         Secondary Education (“A” level). The principal pass must be in English.

Where the principal pass does not include English in the Advanced Certificate of Secondary
Education, applicant must have passed with a credit in English Language at the Ordinary
Certificate of Secondary Education (“O-level”).

Certificate in Human Resources Management (HRMC)
Applicant must have passed in at least five (5) subjects in the Ordinary Certificate of Secondary
Education provided that the passes include English Language.

Certificate in Local Government Management (CLGM)
Applicant must have passed in at least five (5) subjects in the Ordinary Certificate of Secondary
Education provided that the passes include English Language.

7.3 Undergraduate Degree Programmes
7.3.1 Bachelor of Human Resource Management (BHRM)
Programme Objective and Description

This is a three year programme for middle level professionals in human resources management.
The program covers six (6) semesters of 17 weeks each. It requires candidates to successfully
complete a total of sixty (60) credit points, including field project in the fifth semester of the
study. The program is designed to provide job-based training to future human resource specialists
to serve in both public and private sector organisations. It is a professionally tailored program to
meet the growing demand for well- trained and skilled human resource managers, who can greatly
contribute in helping organizations acquire, develop, motivate, and effectively utilize the most
valuable organizational asset (the people) and consequently achieve intended corporate results. It
also equips candidates with theoretical foundations to develop independent analysis of issues and
pursue higher degree programmes successfully.




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  Programme Structure
Year 1                               Year 2                                       Year 3
Semester 1        Semester 2         Semester 1            Semester 2             Semester1    Semester 2
PUB 113           LAW 105            PUB 217               PUB 232                             PUB 323
Principles of     Labour Law         Industrial            Strategic management        F       Managing Partnerships
Management                           Relations and                                             in Public Service
                                     Legislation                                           I

                                                                                       E
DST 100           ECO 123            PUB 216               PUB 226                             PUB 321
Development       Economics          Organizational        Fundamentals of                     Strategic Negotiation
                                                                                       L
Perspectives      Introduction to    Behavior              Recruitment and                     and Mediation
                  Economics                                Selection
                                                                                       D
LAW 101           PUB 126            ACC 281               PUB 220                             PUB 326
Introduction to   Office and         Basic Accounting      Social Science                      Human Resource
Administrative    Records            & Financial           Research Methods                    Mgmt Inform Systems
Law               Management         Management
                                                                                       A
                                                                                       T
QMS 100           PUB 124            PUB 224               BUS 210                             PUB 324
                                                                                       T
Basic Applied     Introduction to    Principles of         Customer service                    Performance and
                                                                                       A
Mathematics and   Public             Human Resource        management                          Reward Management
                                                                                       C
Statistics        Administration     Management
                                                                                       H
                                                                                       M
COM 101           PUB 129            PUB 228               PUB 212                     E       ELECTIVE
Communication     Ethics and Good    Human Resource        Human Resource              N
Skills in         Governance         Planning and          Development                 T
Management                           Budgeting

10 cps            10 cps             10 cps                10 cps                 10 cps       10 cps



  ELECTIVES
  BUS 310:          Introduction to Business Management
  ECO 327:          Project Planning and Management
  PUB 328:          International Human Resource Management

  7.3.2 Bachelor of Public Administration (BPA)
        Programme Objective and description

  This is a three-year programme in Public Service Management. The programme covers six
  semesters of 17 weeks each and requires candidates to successfully complete a total of 60 credit
  points, including field project in the sixth semester of study.The programme is designed to provide
  job-based training to future administrators in the public sector. It is professionally tailored to meet
  the growing demand for well trained and skilled middle level administrators who can be
  instrumental in helping the public sector to sustainably achieving results in the ever changing
  social, economic and political environments.




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           Programme Structure
                  Year 1                                  Year 2                                  Year 3
Semester 1            Semester 2         Semester 1         Semester 2              Semester1         Semester 2
PUB 113               PUB 120            PUB 217            PUB 227                        F          PUB 326
Principles of         Introduction to    Industrial         Public Policy                             Human Resource
Management            Sociology          Relations and      Analysis                       I          Management
                                         Legislation                                                  Information
                                                                                           E          Systems
DST 100               ECO 123            ACC 285             PUB 236                                  PUB 321
Development           Introduction to    Financial           Social and Economic           L          Strategic
Perspectives          Economics          Management and      Services Management                      Negotiation and
                                         Control in the                                    D          Mediation
                                         Public Sector
                                                                                           A
LAW 101               PUB 126            PUB 215             PUB 220                                  PUB 323
Introduction to       Introduction to    Applied Public      Social Science                T          Managing
Administrative        Office and         Administration      Research Methods                         Partnership in
Law                   Records                                                              T          Public Service
                      Management
                                                                                           A
QMS 100               PUB 124            PUB 224             BUS 210                                  PUB 324
Basic Applied         Introduction to    Principles of       Customer Service              C          Performance and
Mathematics and       Public             Human Resource      Management                               Reward
Statistics            Administration     Management                                        H          Management

COM 101               PUB 129             DST 201            PUB 232                      M           ELECTIVE
Communication         Ethics and Good    International       Strategic Management
Skills in             Governance         Relations                                         E
Management
                                                                                           N

                                                                                           T


      10 cps                10 cps             10 cps               10 cps               10 cps             10 cps

           Electives
           PUB 335:              NGOs in Development
           ECO 327:              Project Planning and Management
           PUB 320:              Managing Intergovernmental Relations


           7.3.3 Bachelor of Public Administration (Records and Archive Management-                     BPA-RAM)
                 Programme Objective and Description
           This is a three year programme in Public Service Management focus on Records and Archive
           Management, programme covers six semesters of 17 weeks each and require candidates to
           successfully complete a total of 60 credit point including field project in the in the sixth semester
           of study.


           Records and archives management is considered to be a new concept which emerged in the 19th
           century. But this concept has gained value going pace to pace with human civilization. Records
           are the basis for accountability and effective delivery of services. Modern governments rely
           heavily upon written policies and procedures and upon written records of formal transactions. The
           management of recorded information is thus a cornerstone of any government’s ability to ensure
           the degree of openness, accountability and integrity necessary to fulfill the government’s basic
           responsibility to serve the public interest. The course exposes students to the fundamentals of
           public administration but with more focus on records and archives management.


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                     Programme Structure
                 Year 1                                                 Year 2                                         Year 3
Semester 1             Semester 2               Semester 1                Semester 2                    Semester1    Semester 2
PUB 113                PUB 120                  ACC 285                   PUB 233                            F       PUB 326
Principles of          Introduction        to   Financial                     Specialized     Records                Human Resource
Management             sociology                Management       and      Management                             I   Management Information
                                                Control in the Public                                                Systems
                                                Sector                                                           E

DST 100                  ECO 123                ICT 200                    PUB 203                               L   PUB 324 Performance and
Development              Economics              Data Management            Records Management II                     Reward Management
Perspectives                                                                                                     D

LAW 101                  PUB 126                PUB 204                    PUB 205                                   PUB 320
Introduction to          Inroduction to         Archives                   Archive Management II             A       Managing Intergovernmental
Administrative Law       Office and             Management I                                                         Relations
                         Records                                                                                 T
                         Management
QMS 100                  PUB 124                PUB 202                    PUB 220                               T   PUB 338
Basic Applied            Public                 Records Management         Social Science Research                   Institutional Framework on
Mathematics and          Administration         I                          Methods                               A   Records and Archives Mgt
Statistics
COM 101                  PUB 129                PUB 224                    BUS 210                               C   ELECTIVE
Communication            Ethics and Good        Principle of Human         Customer Service
Skills in Management     Governance             Resource                   Management                            H
                                                Management
                                                                                                             M

                                                                                                                 E

                                                                                                                 N

                                                                                                                 T
10 cps                   10 cps                 10 cps                     10 cps                       10 cps       10 cps



                     ELECTIVES
                     ECO 327:              Project Planning and Management
                     PUB 321:              Strategic Negotiations and Mediation
                     PUB 323:              Managing Partnerships in Public Service


                     7.3.4 Bachelor of Local Government Management (BLGM)
                     Programme Objective and description
                     This is a three-year programme in Local Government management. The programme covers six
                     semesters of 17 weeks each. Candidates are required to successfully complete a total of 60 credit
                     points, including field project in the sixth semester of study.

                     The programme is designed to provide specialised training to future administrators in local
                     government service. It is professionally tailored to meet the growing demand for well trained and
                     skilled middle level administrators who can ably take part in helping the local government
                     authorities to achieve their objectives in service delivery and therefore meet the expectations of the
                     citizens as key stakeholders.




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Programme Structure

Year 1                                Year 2                                      Year 3
Semester 1         Semester 2         Semester 1           Semester 2             Semester1    Semester 2
PUB 113            PUB 120             PUB 217             PUB 229                       F     PUB 326
Principles of      Introduction to    Industrial           Principles of Local
                                                                                               Human Resource
Management         sociology          Relations      and   government                      I
                                                                                               Management
                                      Legislation          Management
                                                                                               Information
                                                                                           E
                                                                                               Systems
DST 100            ECO 123            ACC 285              PUB 232                             LAW 303
                                                                                           L
Development        Introduction to    Financial            Strategic Management                Local Government
Perspectives       Economics          Management and                                           Laws
                                                                                           D
                                      Control in the
                                      Public Sector
                                                                                           A
LAW 101            PUB 126            PUB 216              PUB 220                         T   PUB 331
Introduction to    Introduction to    Organisational       Social Science                  T   Rural and Urban
Administrative     Office and         Behaviour            Research Methods                A   Development
Law                Records                                                                 C   Management
                   Management                                                              H
QMS 100            PUB 124            PUB 224              PUB 236                         M   PUB 320
Basic Applied      Introduction to    Principles of        Social and Economic             E   Managing Inter
Mathematics and    Public             Human Resource       Services Management             N   governmental
Statistics         Administration     Management                                           T   Relations
COM 101            PUB 129            DST 210              BUS 210                             ELECTIVE
Communication      Introduction to    Community            Customer Service
Skills in          Ethics and Good    Participation in     Management
Management         Governance         Development




10 cps             10 cps             10 cps               10 cps                 10 cps       10 cps

           Electives
           PUB 323:           Managing Partnerships in Public Service
           PUB 321:           Strategic Negotiations and Mediation
           PUB 324:           Performance and Reward Management

           7.3.5 Bachelor of Health Systems Management (BHSM)
           Programme Objective and Description
           This is a three-year programme run under semester system of 17 weeks each
           designed to provide knowledge, skills and attitude necessary for middle level
           managers who want to pursue careers in the public and private health sectors
           health systems.. It is tailored to meet the growing demand for well trained and
           skilled health managers who can make significant contribution to the development
           of the health sector in national economies.

           Programme Structure

Year 1                                Year 2                                      Year 3
Semester 1         Semester 2         Semester 1           Semester 2             Semester 1   Semester 2
PUB 113            PUB 128 Health     PUB 234              ACC 281 Basic                 F     ECO 307
Principles of      Systems            Epidemio-logy        Accounting and                      Project Planning
                                                                                           I
Management         Management         and Biostatistics    Financial                           and Management
                                                           Management                      E   in Health
DST 100            PUB 126            PUB 216              PUB 223 Health                      PUB 325
                                                                                           L
Development        Introduction to    Organiza             Sector Strategies                   Methods of Health
Perspectives       Office and         tional Behaviour                                     D   Sector Financing
                   Records
                   Management
LAW 101            PUB 124            PUB 218              PUB 221 Health                  A   Law 103 Health
Administrative     Introduction to    Human                Systems Research                T   care law
Law                Public             Management for

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                    Administration        Health Systems
QMS 100             PUB 129               PUB 217            PUB 225                                       PUB 323
Basic Applied       Ethics and Good       Industrial         Health Policy and                             Managing
Mathematics and     Governance            Relations and      Planning                                      Partnerships in
Statistics                                Legislation                                                      Public Service

COM 101             ECO 123               ECO 206            PUB 243 Health                    T           Elective
Communication       Introduction to       Health Economics   Psychology                        A
Skills in           Economics
Management                                                                                     C
                                                                                               H
10 cps              10 CPs                10 CPs             10 CPs                     10 CPs M           10 CPs

         Electives

         PUB 329:              Emergencies and Disaster Management in Health
         PUB 321:              Strategic Negotiation and Mediation
         PUB 337:              International Health

         7.3.6 Certificate in Human Resource Management (HRMC)
         Programme Objectives and Description
         This is a one-year certificate course in human resource management for officers at lower levels in
         organizational hierarchies in both public and private sectors. The program runs for two (2)
         semesters of seventeen (17) weeks each. The program introduces students to principles, functions,
         and practices of human resource management. Also, it builds their capacity and orients them to
         key issues and techniques of managing people in work organizations.
         Programme Structure

          Semester 1                                         Semester 2
          ACC 098                                            PUB 012
          Elements of Accounting and Financial               Organizational Behaviour
          Management
          QMS 070                                            BUS 012
          Elementary Mathematics and Statistics              Introduction to Customer Service Management

          PUB 010                                            PUB 026
          Supervisory Skills and Leadership Skills           Office Procedures and Records Management

          PUB 014                                            PUB 013
          Human Resource Management                          Human Resource Training and Development
          COM 050                                            LAW 036
          Communication Skills in Management                 Labour Law and Labour Relations
          10cps                                              10cps

         7.3.7 Certificate in Local Government Management (LGMC)
         Programme Objective and Description
         This is a one year certificate course in local government administration for officers in lower levels
         in the local authorities. The programme runs for two semesters of 17 weeks each and requires
         students to successfully complete a total of 20 credit points. The programme introduces students to
         principles, functions, institutions and practices of local government administration. It also builds
         the administrative capacity and orients them to key issues and techniques of management in local
         government.




         Programme Structure
         Semester 1                                                     Semester 2
         PUB 017                                                        BUS 012


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Introduction to Local Government Management                     Introduction to Customer Service Management
PUB 010                                                         PUB 026
 Supervisory skills and Leadership Skills                       Office Procedures and Records Management
PUB 014                                                         DST 010
Human Resources Management                                      Introduction to Rural Development
COM 050                                                         ACC 094
Communication Skills in Management                              Basic Accounting and Financial Management in the Public
                                                                Sector
QMS 070                                                         LAW 034
Basic Mathematics and Statistics                                Introduction to Local Government Laws
10 cps                                                          10 Cps


7.4 Graduate Programmes
7.4.1 Master of Science in Human Resource Management (MScHRM)
Programme Objectives
The objective of the programme is to train and produce human resource managers who are strong
in both theory and practice. Essentially, these will be human resource managers who will be able
to use human resource management theories, methods, procedures, techniques and tools and
human resource professional practices for better management of human resource functions in
organisations. The programme will equip graduates with competencies required in proactively
developing better human resource strategies in contemporary organisations
Programme Structure
CODE              SEMESTER I                          CODE            SEMESTER II                          SEMESTER III
PUB 534           Organisational Behaviour            PUB 521         Advanced Human Resource
                                                                      Management
PUB 520           Principles and Practices of Human   ACC 610         Financial Planning and Budgeting




                                                                                                                   DISSERTATION
                  Resource Management
PUB 570           Strategic Management                PUB 620         Social Science Research Methods

PUB 537           Managerial and Leadership Skills    PUB 625         Management Control and
                                                                      Information Systems
ML 530            Industrial Relations and Labour                     Elective
                  Laws


Electives
PUB 510:             Training and Development
PUB 650:             Organisational Development
PUB 515:             Performance management

7.4.2 Master of Science in Local Government Management
Programme Objectives
The objective of this programme is to expose students to knowledge on the current developments
in local government management and emerging implications on institutional frameworks, service
delivery and best practices. The programme will equip students with skills and competencies
required to take the role as heads of departments and directors working in local authorities in a
manner that reflects strong commitment to service provision to citizens as customers by
demonstrating high degree of professionalism.




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Programme Structure
 CODE              SEMESTER I                            CODE          SEMESTER II                SEMESTER III
 PUB 540           Local Government Management           ACC 580       Local Government Finance
 PUB 600           Public Policy Analysis                PUB 620       Social Science Research
                                                                       Methods




                                                                                                       DISSERTATION
 ML 505            Local Government and                    PUB 533     Rural and Urban
                   Administrative Laws                                 Governance

 PUB 520           Principles and Practices of Human       PUB 610     Management of Social and
                   Resource Management                                 Economic Services

 PUB 545           Management Control and
                   Information System                                  ELECTIVE

Electives:
PUB 650:          Organisational Development
PUB 670:          Comparative Local Governments
DST 530:          Participatory Development Planning

7.4.3 Master of Health Systems Management (MHSM)
Programme Objectives
The programme is designed at building the capacity of the graduate student to think outside the
box in relation to challenges facing health systems in developing countries and beyond. It intends
to enable the student avoid “cook book” solutions and put the student in the middle of action,
forcing him/her to be analytical, innovative and creative in managing health systems and utilize
the knowledge and skills to solve problems facing different health systems.
Programme Structure
    CODE              SEMESTER I                                        SEMESTER II               SEMESTER III
    PUB 762           Human Resource                   BUS 530       Marketing Strategies for
                    Management for Health                              ACC 610: Financial
                          Systems                                     Planning Budgeting ,
                                                                         Health Services




                                                                                                           DISSERTATION
    PUB 763        Strategic Management of             PUB 781       Health Systems Research
                        Health Systems
    BUS 530         Marketing Strategy for             PUB 760       Health Policy and Planning
                        Health Services
   ECO 750            Health Economics                 LAW 620        Legal Aspect of Health
                                                                      Systems Management
    PUB 780            Epidemiology &
                         Biostatistics                                      ELECTIVE




Electives
PUB 630:          Public Sector Governance
PUB 610:          Management of Social & Economic Services
PUB 536:          Strategic Health Psychology


7.4.4 Masters of Public Administration (MPA)
Programme Objectives
The MPA programme aims at the acquisition and application of scientific knowledge of
governance and administration to public sector management. The program purpose is to prepare
students to take managerial roles in the public domain. The program further aims at preparing
students to be able to relate theoretical issues with practical experiences and use such relationship

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to analyse critical issues and problems in public administration in developing countries
particularly Africa and Tanzania. At the end of the programme students will be equipped with
competencies required in proactively developing better strategies in contemporary public
management. The main clients for this programme are students from developing countries who
will work in public sector – but applicants from other parts of the world are also welcome and
encouraged.
Programme Structure
 CODE       SEMESTER I                          CODE      SEMESTER II                   SEMESTER III
 PUB500     Public Administration               PUB 630   Public Sector Governance

 PUB 600    Public Policy Analysis              PUB 620   Social    Science  Research




                                                                                             DISSERTATION
                                                          Methods
 ML 501     Administrative Law                  ACC 540   Public Sector Planning and
                                                          Budgeting
 PUB 520    Principles and Practices of Human   PUB 610   Management of Social and
            Resource Management                           Economic Services
 PUB 545    Management         Control     &
            Information System                            ELECTIVE




PUB 670:          Comparative Local Governments
PUB 650:          Organisational Developments
PUB 510:          Human Resources Development


7.4.5 PhD Programme in Public Administration
The School of Public Administration of Mzumbe University offers a minimum of three years PhD
degree by research in Public Administration. The general objective of the programme is to train
candidates to become independent inetnational researchers in lien with the current and future
requirements for research, supervision and dissemination of knowledge in the areas of public
administration and management.




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7.5 Course Offered by Faculty of Public Administration
BUS 012: Introduction to Customer Service Management
LAW 036: Labour Law and Labour Relations
DST 010: Introduction to Rural Development
LAW O34: Introduction to Local Government Laws
ACC 094: Basic Accounting and Financial Management in the Public Sector
PUB 010: Supervisory and Leadership Skills
PUB 012: Organizational Behaviour (2 credit points)
PUB 013: Human Resources Training & Development (2 credit points)
PUB 014: Human Resources Management (2 credit points)
ACC 098: Elements of Accounting and Financial Management
PUB 017 : Introduction to Local Government Management
QMS 070 : Elementary Mathematics and Statistics
COM 050: Communication skills in Management
PUB 026: Office Procedures and Records Management
PUB 113: Principles of Management (2 credit points)
PUB 120: Introduction to Sociology
PUB 124: Introduction to Public Administration
PUB 126: Introduction to Office and Records Management
PUB 129: Ethics and Good Governance
PUB 212: Human Resources Development
PUB 215: Applied Public Administration
PUB 216: Organization Behaviour (2 credit points)
PUB 217: Industrial Relationsand Legislations (2 credit points)
PUB 220: Social Science Research Methods
PUB 221: Health Systems Reserch (2 credit points)
PUB 223: Health Sector Strategies (2 credit points)
PUB 224: Principles of Human Resource Management (2 credit points)
PUB 226: Fundamentals of Recruitment and Selection
PUB 227: Public Policy Analysis
PUB 228: Human Resource Planning and Budgeting (2 credit points
PUB 234: Epidemiology and Biostatistics
PUB 236: Social and Economic Service Management
PUB 232: Strategic Management (2 credit points)
PUB 323: Managing Partnerships in Public Services ( 2 credit points)
PUB 324:Performance and Reward Management (2 credit points)


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PUB 325: Methods of Health Sector financing (2 credit points)
Pub 321: Strategic negotiation and mediation
PUB 326: Human Resource Management Information Systems
DST 100: Development Perspectives
LAW 101: Introduction to Administrative Law
LAW 103: Health Care Laws
QMS 100: Basic Applied Mathematics and Statistics
COM 100:Communication Skills in Management
ECO 123: Introduction to Economics
BUS 210: Customer Service Management
BUS 310: Introduction to Business Management
ECO 327: Project Planning and Management
PUB 328: International Human Resource Management
ACC 281: Basic Accounting and Financial Management
ACC 285: Financial Management and Control in the Public Sector
DST 201: International Relations
PUB 320: Managing Intergovernmental Relations
ICT 200: Data Management
PUB 204: Archives Management I
PUB 202: Records Management I
PUB 233: Specialized Records Management
PUB 203: Records Management II
PUB 205: Archives Management II
PUB 338: Institutional Framework on Records and Archives Management
DST 210: Community Participation in Development
LAW 303: Local Government Laws
PUB 331: Rural and Urban Development Management
PUB 128: Health Systems Management
PUB 218: Human Management for Health Systems
ECO 206: Health Economics
PUB 225: Health Policy and Planning
PUB 243: Health Psychology
ECO 307: Project Planning and Management in Health `
PUB 329: Emergencies and Disaster Management in Health
PUB 335: NGOs in Development
PUB 337: International Health (2 credit points)
PUB 534: Organizational Behaviour
PUB 570: Strategic Management

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PUB 537: Managerial and Leadership Skills
PUB 530: Industrial Relations and Labour Laws
PUB 521: Advanced Human Resource Management
PUB 515: Performance Management
PUB 540: Local Government Management
ML 505: Local Government & Administrative Laws
ACC 580: Local Government Finance
PUB 533: Rural and Urban Governance
PUB 650: Organization Development
PUB 670: Comparative Local Government
PUB 530: Participatory Development Planning
PUB 500: Public Administration
PUB 600: Public Policy Analysis
ML 501: Administrative Law
PUB 520: Principles and Practices of Human Resource Management
PUB 625: Management Control and Information Systems
PUB 620: Social Science Research Methods
ACC 540: Public Sector Budgeting and Planning
PUB 610: Management of Social and Economic Services
PUB 510: Human Resource Training & Development
PUB 762: Human Resource Development
PUB 763: Strategic Management of Health Systems
ACC 610: Financial Planning and Budgeting.
ECO 750: Health Economics
DST 530: Participatory Development Planning
PUB 780: Epidemiology& Biostatistics
BUS 530: Marketing Strategy for Health Services
PUB 781: Health Systems Research
PUB 760: Health Policy and Planning
LAW 620: Legal Issues in Health Systems
PUB 630: Public Sector Governance
PUB 536: Strategic Health Psychology


7.6 Faculty Staff

Faculty Dean and Associate Professor
Prof. Josephat S. Itika ADPA (IDM), PGD (Manchester), Msc. (Wales), Ph.D (SUA)

Associate Dean and Lecturer
Dr. Richard Gellejah    DIP. Med. (Tanga) ADM (Bugando), MPH (Boston) CHCDC (Boston)


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List of Academic Staff
Department of Public Service and Human Resource Management

Head of Department and Lecturer
Rashid Mfaume,          Dip. (Monduli), ADPA (IDM) M.Phil (Bergen)

Associate Professors:
Moses M.D. Warioba       DPA (IDM), Dip.(Aston) MBIM- (London),M.Sc
                         (Birmingham), LLB(OUT)(On PhD Studies)
Mujwahuzi H.M. Njunwa    BA (Hons) (UDSM), M.A. (UDSM)

Senior Lecturers
Donald J.K. Maziku       BA(Hons), (UDSM), MSc (Belgrade) (On Contract)
Raphael J.M. Habi        ADPA (IDM), MSc(Aston),MIPM(U.K.), Dip. (Manchester)
                         (On Ph.D Studies)
Wilson Mtebe             BA (Goshen College), MA (Ball State University) Mae (Ball State
                         University), Ed. D(Ball State University) (On Contract
Emmanuel J. Matiku       ADSW (UDSM), MPA (IDM), DIP. (UDSM), Ph.D (Brisbane)
Christopher M. Sotta     DPA (IDM), PG.D. (IDM) , MPA (IDM), (On Contract)
                         (On PhD Studies)
Leticia M. Warioba       BA (UDSM), MA (ISS), Ph.D (UNISA)
Montanus .C. Milanzi     ADPA (IDM) M.A (Hull) Ph.D (Lincoln)
Emmanuel D. Ndikumana    Dip. (Dar), ADPA (IDM) PGD (Manchester), MSc. (Manchester)
                         (On Ph.D Studies),
Aloyse N. Shayo          ADPA (IDM), PGD. (Birmingham), M.Sc. (Manchester)
                         (On Secondment)
Charles M. Kilasile      ADPA (IDM), PGD. (Birmingham), MBA (Birmingham)

Sabina P. M. Gellejah    DPA (IDM) PGD (Manchester), MDS (ISS),Dipl. (Baring),
Stella M. Kinemo         ADPA (IDM), MPA (IDM), Ph.D (SUA)
Emmanuel J. Gibai        ADPA (IDM), PGD (Wales) MA. (Sussex (On Ph.D Studies)

Lecturers:
Issa H. Faisal           ADPA (IDM), PGD (Glasgow),MBA (Strathclyde) Ph.D(Bremen)
                         (On Secondement)
Wilhelm Leonard          ADPA (IDM), MSc (Glasgow) (On Ph.D Studies)
Saida Fundi              ADPA (IDM), M.Phil (Bergen)
Edmund C. Matotay        ADPA (IDM), MPA (Agder), PGD (Erasmus University of Rotterdam)
Elizabeth Mwakasangula   ADPA (IDM), M.Phil (Bergen) (On PhD Studies)


Assistant Lecturers:
Gervas Kolola            ADPA (IDM), M.Phil (Bergen), MPS (Arkansas)
Paul Fatty               ADPA (IDM) M.Sc. (Glasgow )
Neema H. Mwakabonga      Dip. (CFR), BPA (Mzumbe ), MSc. (Erasmus University of
Rotterdam)
                         (On PhD Studies)
Christopher M. Nyaruba   BPA (Mzumbe ), MSc. (Erasmus University of Rotterdam)
Zuwena K. Hamis          ADPA (IDM, MPA (Mzumbe )
Cliford J. Ringo         ADPA (IDM), MPA (Mzumbe )
Denis Kamugisha          BA(Hons) (UDSM), MBA (UDSM)
Oscar Tefurukwa           BA (Hons) (UDSM), MBA (UDSM, MPA (Tsinghua)
Lameck Wilfred           BPA (Mzumbe ), MSc. (Erasmus University of Rotterdam)
Orest Masue              Dip (Monduli), BPA (Mzumbe), MPhil. (Bergen)

Tutorial Assistants:

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Moses Kwayu Daniel         Dip (Monduli), BPA (Mzumbe ), MSc (Groningen)
Hamis Kiyabo               BPA (Mzumbe , (On Master studies)
Pendo Oweru                BPA (Mzumbe )(On Master studies)

Department of Health Service Management Studies

Head of Department and Lecturer:
Dr. Richard Gellejah   DIP. Med. (Tanga) ADM (Bugando), MPH (Boston) CHCDC (Boston)

Senior Lecturers
John M. Fussi            ADHA (IDM), PGD ( (London), MSc. (Wales), (On Contract)
Alto G. Simime           ADHA (IDM), PGD ( Leeds), M.Sc. (Aston) (On Contract)

Lecturers
Richard Gellejah         DIP. Med. (Tanga) ADM (Bugando), MPH (Boston) CHCDC (Boston)
Henry Mollel             ADHA (IDM), Msc.(Aston ), PhD (Groningen)

Assistant Lecturers
Paul Amani               ADHA (IDM), MPA ( Agder ) (On Masters Studies)
Lawrensia D. Mushi       BPA (Mzumbe ), MSc. (Erasmus University of Rotterdam)
Fatma H. Saleh           BPA (Mzumbe ), MPH (University of New South Wales)
Anasel Mackfallen        Diploma (COTC-Mtwara), BPA (Mzumbe), Msc. (Groningen)

Department of Local Government Management Studies

Head of Department
Oscar Tefurukwa and Assistant Lecturer

Lecturer
Gustav E. A. Kunkuta     ADPA (IDM),PGD (Swansea), M.Sc. (Swansea) (On Ph.D Studies
George. R. Igulu         ADLA (IDM) PGD (Birmingham), MBA (Birmingham),

Assistant Lecturer
Idda Lyatonga            BPA (Mzumbe )MSc. (Erasmus University)




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8.0 FACULTY OF LAW

     8.1 Introduction
     Established in August 2002, the Faculty focuses on the administration of justice by providing
     opportunities for the acquisition, development and preservation of knowledge and skills in the
     legal area, through training, research and professional services. The Faculty of Law runs
     undergraduate and postgraduate programmes, namely, Certificate in Law, Diploma in Law, LL.B,
     LL.M and PhD in Law programmes.

     In particular, the Faculty strives to achieve the following:
     (a)     To enhance knowledge in the administration of justice by encouraging both the academic
             staff and students to learn and seek knowledge and truth.

     (b)   To produce highly educated and adequately trained experts for the administration of justice,
           but who are also well prepared to use the acquired skills for self-employment and the
           manning of key positions in both the public and private sectors.

     8.2 Specific Faculty Admission Requirements for Different Undergraduate Degree
         Programmes
     Following the University general admission requirement, the following are additional faculty
     specific entry requirements:

     Bachelor Degree programmes
     (a)     Direct entry qualification for Bachelor of Laws
             The applicant must hold at least two (2) principal passes and one subsidiary in any
             subject at the Advanced Certificate of Secondary Education Examination (ACSEE). In
             any case where the principal passes do not include English, the applicant must have
             obtained a credit pass in English Language in the Ordinary Certificate of Secondary
             Education.

     (b)     Equivalent entry qualification
             A diploma in Law of at least a second class level awarded by Mzumbe University or any
             other registered institution.

                                                   OR

             The applicant must hold a certificate in Law of at least Second Class Level awarded by
             Mzumbe University. In addition an applicant must also have completed form VI with at
             least 3.5 points in the advanced level certificate.

     (c)     Mature Age Entry qualification

             (i)      Applicants must be 25 years of age or older, in the year in which admission is
                      sought and the applicant must have attended and passed tests in extra mural
                      classes, residential courses or courses offered by adult education centre or
                      college recognized by an approved authority. OR must have post secondary
                      school work experience of not less than four (4) years,

             (ii)     Applicant must have obtained at least two (2) credit passes including English
                      Language in the Ordinary Certificate of Secondary Education and

             Applicant must sit and pass Mzumbe University Mature Age Entry Examination.




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Certificate in Law Programme (CL)
Applicant must have passed in at least five (5) subjects in the Ordinary Certificate of Secondary
Education provided that the passes include English Language.

Diploma in law programme
Applicants for admission into the Diploma in Law programme of the Mzumbe University must be
holders of:

(i)      Certificate in Law of at least a Second class level from an accredited institution.
                                                 OR

(ii)     The applicant must hold at least one principal level pass in the Advanced level of
         Secondary Education (“A” level). The principal pass must be in English.

Where the principal pass does not include English in the Advanced Certificate of Secondary
Education, applicant must have passed with a credit in English Language at the Ordinary
Certificate of Secondary Education (“O-level”).

Certificate in law Programme(CL)
Applicant must have passed in at least five (5) subjects in the Ordinary Certificate of Secondary
Education provided that the passes include English Language.

8.3 Undergraduate Degree Programmes

8.3.1 Bachelor of Laws (LLB)

Programme Objective and description

The Faculty offers a Bachelor of Laws degree based on a combination of taught courses and a
dissertation. The programme involves full-time study for three years, each year being divided into
two semesters. In total, there are six semesters to be covered before one graduate, and each
semester carries the weight of twelve (12) credit points. The long vacation after completing
second year studies is devoted to students’ field attachment, and the purpose is to enable students
to merge the theoretical knowledge gathered in the classroom with the practical life beyond the
classrooms. At the end of the field work, each student is required to produce LL.B dissertation. At
the end of the programme, graduates will be able to serve in the legal system; provide legal
services both in the public and private sectors of their countries and analyse legal documents for
legal opinion, both to individuals and the public.




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         Programme Structure


                                     Programme Structure for the Bachelor of Laws (LL.B) Degree


                YEAR I                                   YEAR 2                                             YEAR 3
                                                                                     F
                                                                                     I
                                                                                     E
Semester I          Semester II         Semester I           Semester II             L       Semester I        Semester II
                                                                                     D

                                                                                     P
LAW 12 0            LAW 121              LAW 22 0            LAW 22 1                R
                                                                                     A       LAW 32  0         LAW 32  1
Legal Methods I     Legal                Land Law I          Land Law II
                                                                                     C       Jurisprudence I   Jurisprudence II
                    Methods II
                                                                                     T
                                                                                     I
                                                                                     C
                                                                                     A       LAW 32  4         LAW 32  5
LAW 12 2            LAW 12 3                                 LAW 2  28
                                         LAW 22  2                                   L       Civil Procedure   Civil Procedure
Criminal Law        Criminal                                 Law of
                                         Law of Evidence I                                   I                 II
                    Procedure                                Evidence II
                                                                                     T
                                                                                     R
                                                                                     A
                                                                                     I
                                                                                     N
                    LAW 12 5                                                         I
LAW 12 4                                 LAW 22 4            LAW 22 5                        LAW 32  7         LAW 33 1
                    Law of Contract                                                  N
Law of Contract I                        Law of Tort I       Law of Tort II                  Law of Business   Labour Law
                    II                                                               G       Associations I

                                                                                     &
                                                                                     L
LAW 12  6           LAW 1  27           LAW 22 6             LAW 22 7                L       LAW 32 8
                                                                                     B                         LAW 323
Legal Systems       Constitutional      Administrative       Administrative                  Family Law
                                                                                                               ADR
                    Law                 Law I                Law II
                                                                                     D
                                                                                     I
                                                                                     S
                                                                                     S
                                                                                     E                         LAW 32   6
COM 1   03                                                                                   LAW 32  2
                    DST 10  0            LAW 22   3          LAW 22 9                R                         Private
Communication                                                                                Legal Skills
                    Development          Public              Legal Research          T                         International
Skills for
                    Perspectives         International Law                           A                         Law
Lawyers
                                                                                     T
                                                                                     I
                                                                                     O
                    ACC 402                                                          N
ICT 121
                    Accounting for       Elective            Elective                        Elective          Elective
Computer Skills
                    Lawyers


12cps               12cps               12cps                12cps            6cps           12cps
                                                                                                               12cps



         ELECTIVES:
         LAW 329:                 Legal Aspects of International Trade and Investment
         LAW 332:                 Intellectual Property Law
         LAW 333:                 Securities Regulations
         LAW 334:                 Taxation Law
         LAW 335:                 Insolvency Law
         LAW 336:                 Arbitration
         LAW 337:                 Environmental Law
         LAW 338:                 Criminology and Penology
         LAW 339:                 Customary and Islamic Law
         LAW 340:                 Banking Law
         LAW 341:                 Insurance Law
         LAW 342:                 Negotiable Law
         LAW 343:                 Media Law

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LAW 344:            Computer/Internet Law
LAW 346:            Human Right Law
LAW 347:            Law of the Child
LAW 350:            Health Law
LAW 351:            International Humanitarian Law
LAW 352:            Conveyaning Law
LAW 353:            Law of Succession and Trusts
LAW 354:            Sales and Goods & Agency
LAW 355:            Law of the Sea
LAW 356:            Social Security Law

8.3.2 Diploma in Law
Programme Objective and description

This is a two-year programme, four semester programme lasting 17 weeks each semester. The
programme requires candidates to successfully complete 47 credit points including field work
which has to take place between the two years. The programme aims at equiping students with
fundamentals of various fields of the law in order to prepare them for middle level positions as
judicial officers, administrative officers and legal officers who are well prepared to cope with the
socio-economic changes in their country.

Programme Structure

                YEAR 1                                                YEAR 2
Semester I             Semester II                        Semester I                   Semester II
LAW 020                LAW 018                                 LAW 040                 PUB 026
Legal Methods          Legal Systems                  F        Civil                   Office
                       & Constitutions                         Procedure II            Management
LAW 037                LAW 038                                 PUB 018                 LAW 029
Law of Evidence I      Law of Evidence II             I        Management              Labour Law
                                                               Skills and
                                                               Practice
LAW 019                LAW 021                        E        LAW 028                 LAW 027
Criminal Law           Criminal                                Administrative          Land Law
                       Procedures                              Law
LAW 022                LAW 039                        L        LAW 024                 LAW 025
Law of Contract        Civil Procedure I                       Law of Torts I          Law of Torts II
COM 070                DST 020                                 LAW 024
Communication          Introduction      to           D        Family Law              Elective
Skills                 Perspective
10 cps                 10 cps                     7 cps          10 cps                10 cps

ELECTIVES
LAW 030:            Corporate Law
LAW 036:            Customary & Islamic Law
LAW 031:            Law of Succession & Trusts
LAW 032:            Criminology & Penology
LAW 033:            Commercial Law
QMS 020:            Micro-Computer Application

8.3.3 Certificate in Law
Programme Objective and Description
This is a one year, two semester programme running for 17 weeks each semester. The programme
requires candidates to successfully complete a total of 25 credit points including field work which
is to take place between the two semesters. It is a practical, job oriented programme which
prepares candidates to work as Primary Court Magistrates, legal technicians or clerical personnel
with legal background in the Judicial Department or Law firms/organisations.



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Programme Structure

                Semester I                                                      Semester II
LAW 010                                                      LAW 045
Criminal Procedure                               F           Criminal and Penology
LAW 011                                                      LAW 015
Civil Procedure                                  I           Basic Human Rights Principles
LAW 013                                                      LAW 016
Law of Evidence                                  E           Land/ Tort/ Contract
LAW 012                                                      LAW 017
Criminal Law                                     L           Constitutional and
                                                             Administrative Law
LAW 014                                          D           ACC 071
Family Law                                                   Basic Bookkeeping
10 cps                                         5 cps         10 cps


8.4 Graduate Programmes
8.4.1 LL.M Degree Programme
Programme Objectives and Description
The LL.M degree Programme is intended to train law graduates and provide them with a deeper
understanding of the law and other relevant legal skills that will enable students to pursue the
cause of justice in respect of persons (natural and legal) who need legal assistance on various
matters.

LL.M (Administrative Law)
Programme Structure
                Semester I                            Semester II                        Semester III
ML 500                                ML 503
Legal Research Methodology            Constitutional Law of Tanzania II                   LAW 537
ML 501                                ML 504
Constitutional Law of Tanzania I      Administrative Law II                          FIELD RESEARCH
ML 502                                ML 505
Administrative Law I                  Comparative Constitutional Law                          AND
Elective                              Elective
                                                                                      DISSERTATION
16 cps                                16 cps                                      16 cps

ELECTIVES
ML 506:              Legal Education and Legal Profession in Tanzania
ML 507:               General Principles of Constitutional Law
ML 508:              Legal Systems of the World




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LL.M (International Law)
Programme Structure
                Semester I                              Semester II                           Semester III
ML 500                                  ML 511
Legal                                   International Law of War and Neutrality                LAW 537
Research
Methodology                                                                            FIELD RESEARCH
ML 509                                  ML 512
Public International Law of Peace       International Environmental Law                          AND
ML 510                                  ML 513
Private International Law               International Law of Air, Sea and outer          DISSERTATION
                                        Space
Elective                                Elective
16 cps                                  16 cps                                       16 cps

ELECTIVES
ML 506:              Legal Education and Legal Profession in Tanzania
ML 507:              Law of International Institution
ML 508:              International Human Rights Law

LL.M (Crimes and Torts)
Programme Structure
              Semester I                             Semester II                              Semester III
ML 500                                  ML 511
Legal Research Methodology              Law of Evidence                                        LAW 537
ML 516                                  ML 519
Principles of Criminal Law and Select   Law of Tort                                    FIELD RESEARCH
offences under the penal code of
Tanzania.                                                                                        AND
ML 517                                  ML 520
Law of Criminal Procedure                Law on Socio-Economic Offence                   DISSERTATION
Elective                                Elective
16 cps                                  16 cps                                       16 cps
ELECTIVES
ML 506:              Legal Education and Legal Profession in Tanzania
ML 521:              Comparative Criminal Law
ML 522:              Criminology and Penology

LL.M (Commercial Law)
Programme Structure
                   Semester I                                    Semester II                                 Semester III
ML 500                                          ML 525
Legal Research Methodology                      Banking, Finance and Insurance Law                            LAW 537
ML 523                                          ML 526
General Principles of Law of Contract           Law on Investment and Security                         FIELD RESEARCH
ML 524                                          ML 527
Company Law                                     Law on Taxation                                                 AND
Elective                                        Elective
                                                                                                        DISSERTATION
16 cps                                          16 cps                                              16 cps

ELECTIVES:
ML 506:               Legal Education and Legal Profession in Tanzania
ML 528:               Intellectual Property Law
ML 508:              Transport Law

LL.M (Employment and Labour Law)
              Semester I                              Semester II                             Semester III
ML 500                                  ML 525
Legal Research Methodology              Law of Trade Unions                                    LAW 537
ML 530                                  ML 526
Employment Law in Tanzania              Law of Social Security and Labour              FIELD RESEARCH
                                        Organization

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ML 531                               ML 536                                        AND
Settlement of Industrial Dispute     International Labour Organization
Elective                             Elective                                DISSERTATION
16 cps                               16 cps                              16 cps


ELECTIVE:
ML 506:                Legal Education and Legal Profession in Tanzania
ML 532:                Comparative Labour Law
ML 533:               Labour Management Relations

8.4.2 PhD in Law
General objective
The general objective of the PhD in Law Programme is to enable students to acquire in-depth
knowledge in the field of law and competence in different methods and techniques of research.


8.5 Course Listing
LAW 010: Criminal Procedure (2 credit points)
LAW 011: Civil Procedure (2 credit points)
LAW 012: Criminal Law (2 credit points)
LAW 013: Evidence (2 credit points)
LAW 014: Family Law (2 credit points)
LAW 015: Administration of Justice (2 credit points)
LAW 016: Legal Principles Relating to Land/Contract/Tort (2 credit points)
LAW 017: Introduction to Constitutional and Administrative Law (2 credit points)
LAW 018: Legal Systems and Constitution (2 credit points)
LAW 019: Criminal Law (2 credit points)
LAW 020: Legal Methods (2 credit points)
LAW 021: Criminal Procedure (2 credit points)
LAW 022: Law of Contract (2 credit points)
LAW 024: Law of Torts I (2 credit points)
LAW 025: Law of Torts II (2 credit points)
LAW 026: Family Law (2 credit points)
LAW 027: Land Law (2 credit points)
LAW 028: Administrative Law (2 credit points)
LAW 029: Employment Law (2 credit points)
LAW 031: Succession and Trusts (2 credit points)
LAW 032: Criminology and Penology (2 credit points)
LAW 033: Commercial Law (2 credit points)
LAW 034: Basic Local Government Law (2 credit points)
LAW 035: Administrative Law (2 credit points)
LAW 036: Labour Law (2 credit points)
LAW 037: Law of Evidence I (2 credit points)
LAW 038: Law of Evidence II (2 credit points)

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LAW 039: Civil Procedure I (2 credit points)
LAW 040: Civil Procedure II (2 credit points)
LAW 045: Criminology and Penology (2 credit points)
LAW 100: General Principles of Law (2 credit points)
LAW 101: Introduction to Law (2 credit points)
LAW 102: Administrative Law (2 credit points)
LAW 103: Health Law (2 credit points)
LAW 104: Commercial Law (2 credit points)
LAW 105: Mercantile Law I (2 credit points)
LAW 106: Mercantile Law (2 credit points)
LAW 120: Legal Methods I (2 credit points)
LAW 121: Legal Methods II (2 credit points)
LAW 122: Criminal Law (2 credit points)
LAW 123: Criminal Procedure Law (2 credit points)
LAW 124: Law of Contract (2 credit points)
LAW 125: Law of Contract II (2 credit points)
LAW 126: Legal Systems and Constitution of East Africa I (2 credit points)
LAW 127: Constitutional Law
LAW 203: Local Government Law (2 credit points)
LAW 220: Land Law I (2 credit points)
LAW 221: Land Law II (2 credit points)
LAW 222: Law of Evidence I (2 credit points)
LAW 223: Public International Law (2 credit points)
LAW 224: Law of Torts I (2 credit points)
LAW 225: Law of Torts II(2 credit points)
LAW 226: Administrative Law I (2 credit points)
LAW 227: Administrative Law II (2 credit points)
LAW 228: Law of Evidence II(2 credit points)
LAW 229: Legal Skills (2 credit points)
LAW 320: Corporate Law (2 credit points)
LAW 321: Jurisprudence II (2 credit points)
LAW 322: Legal Skills (2 credit points)
LAW 323: Alternative Dispute Resolution
LAW 324: Civil Procedure I (2 credit points)
LAW 325: Civil Procedure II (2 credit points)
LAW 326: Private International Law (2 credit points)
LAW 327: Law of Business Associations (2 credit points)
LAW 328: Family Law (2 credit points)


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LAW 329: Legal Aspects of International Trade and Investment (2 credit points)
LAW 330: Law of Trusts(2 credit points)
LAW 331: Labour Law (2 credit points)
LAW 332:Intellectual Property Law (2 credit points)
LAW 333: Securities Regulations (2 credit points)
LAW 334: Insolvency Law (2 credit points)
LAW 335: Insolvency Law (2 credit points)
LAW 336: Arbitration (2 credit points)
LAW 337: Environmental Law (2 credit points)
LAW 338: Criminology and Penology (2 credit points)
LAW 339: Customary and Islamic Law (2 credit points)
LAW 340: Banking Law (2 credit points)
LAW 341: Insurance Law (2 credit points)
LAW 342: Negotiable Instruments (2 credit points)
LAW 343: Media Law (2 credit points)
LAW 344: Computer/Internet Law (2 credit points)
LAW 346: Human right Law (2 credit points)
LAW 347: Law of Child(2 credit points)
LAW 350: Health Law (2 credit points)
LAW 351: International Humanitarian Law (2 credit points)
LAW 352: Conveyancing Law (2 credit points)
LAW 353: Law of Succession and Trusts (2 credit points)
LAW 354: Sales of Goods & Agency (2 credit points)
LAW 355: Law of Sea (2 credit points)
LAW 356: Social Security Law (2 credit points)
LAW 405: Local Government Law (2 credit points)
LAW 500: Administrative Law (2 credit points)
LAW 620: Legal Aspects of Health Care (2 credit points)
LAW 630: Legal Environment of International Business (2 credit points)
LAW 640: Industrial Law and Trade Unionism (2 credit points)
LAW 660: Legal and Contractual Aspects of Procurement (2 credit points)

ML 500: Legal Research Methodology (4 credit points)
ML 506: Legal Education and Legal Profession in Tanzania (4 credit points)
ML 509: Public International Law of Peace (4 credit points)
ML 510: Private International Law (4 credit points)
ML 511: International Law of War and Neutrality (4 credit points)
ML 512: International Environmental Law (4 credit points)
ML 513: International Law of Air, Sea and Outer Space (4 credit points)

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ML 514: Law of International Institutions (4 credit points)
ML 515: International Human Rights Law (4 credit points)
ML 516: Principles of Criminal Law and Selected Offences under the Penal Code of Tanzania (4
                 credit points)
ML 517: Law of Criminal Procedure (4 credit points)
ML 518: Law of Evidence (4 credit points)
ML 519: Law of Torts (4 credit points)
ML 520: Law on Socio-Economic Offences (4 credit points)
ML 521: Comparative Criminal Law (4 credit points)
ML 522: Criminology and Penology (4 credit points)
ML 523: General Principles of the Law of Contract (4 credit points)
ML 524: Company Law (4 credit points)
ML 525: Banking, Finance and Insurance Law (4 credit points)
ML 526: Law on Investments and Securities (4 credit points)
ML 527: Law of Taxation (4 credit points)
ML 528: Intellectual Property Law (4 credit points)
ML 529: Transport Law (4 credit points)
ML 530: Employment Law in Tanzania (4 credit points)
ML 531: Settlement of Industrial Disputes (4 credit points)
ML 532: Comparative Labour Law (4 credit points)
ML 533: Labour Management Relations (4 credit points)
ML 534: Law of Trade Unions (4 credit points)
ML 535: Law of Social Security and Labour Welfare (4 credit points)
ML 536: International Labour Organization (4 credit points)
ML 540: Legal Aspects of Environment Management (4 credit points)


8.6 Faculty Staff
Dean and Senior Lecturer
Dr. Eleuter G. Mushi                LL.B Hons(UDSM), LL.M (Warwick),   Ph.D (Law) (Mzumbe)


Associate Dean
Mr. Benjamin Jonas                  LL.B Hons (UDSM), LL.M (Pretoria), Advocate of the High
                                    Court and Subordinate Courts.


Academic staff List

Department of Economic Law

Head of Department and Lecturer
Mr. Benjamin Jonas             LL.B Hons (UDSM), LL.M (Pretoria), Advocate of the High
                               Court and Subordinate Courts.


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Department of Constitutional and Administrative Law
Ag. Head of Department and assistant Lecturer
Mr. Ignas Seti Punge            LL.B Hons (UDSM), LL.M (Cape Town), Advocate of the
                                High Court and Subordinate Courts

Department of Civil and Criminal Law

Head of Department and Lecturer
Mr. Julius Cosmas              LL.B Hons (UDSM), LL.M (Stelenbosch), Advocate of the
                               High Court and Courts Subordinate thereto

Department of International Law

Head of Department and Professor
Professor Padma Sabaya         Ph.D (K.V) (India), M.A (Osmania), LL.M(Osmania),
                                  LL.B(Osmania), B.A (Womens College) - (On contract)


Professors:
Abdul Rayees Khan                 Ph.D (Law) (Osmania University), Ph.D (Osmania), M.A
                                  (Osmania), LL.M(Osmania), LL.B(Osmania), B.A (Osmania)
                                  (On contract)
Ghormade Vijay                    Ph.D (Delhi), LL.M (Pune), LL.B (Nagpur), (On contract)

Senior Lecturers:
John M. Kagirwa                   LL.B (Hons) (UDSM), LL.M (Canada),Ph.D ( Australia), (On
                                          contract)

Cyriacus S. Binamungu             Cert.(Kibosho), LL.B Hons (UDSM), PGD (Bristol),
                                  LLM (Commercial Law) Aberdeen (UK) - On PhD Studies

Lecturers:
Modesta Opiyo                     LL.B (Hons) (UDSM), LL.M (Strathcycle), Ph.D (Law)
                                          (Mzumbe)
Hillary Lubengo                   LL.B. Hons (UDSM), LL.M (Wales), (Leave of Absence)

Assistant Lecturers:
Zainab M. Mwatawala               MMC (IDM), Dip.(TSJ), LL.B. (UDSM), LL.M (UDSM),
                                  (On Ph.D Studies )
Joel Laurent                      LL.B Hons (UDSM), LLM Widener), (Leave of Absence)
Laurent Agola                     ADMA (IDM), LLB. Hons (UDSM), LL.M (Glasgow
                                           Strathclyde)
Phineas L. Matto                  LL.B Hons (UDSM), LL.M (UDSM)
Jocaniah J. Niteleka              Dip. (IDM), LL.B Hons (UDSM), LL.M (UDSM),
                                   (On PhD Studies)
John Ombella                      LLB (Mzumbe), LLM (Western Cape)
John Ubena                        LL.B ( Mzumbe ), LL.M (Stockholm), (On PhD studies)
Omari Issa                        Dipl. Ed. (Chang’ombe TTC), LL.B (Hons) (UDSM),
                                   LL.M (UDSM)
Irene T. Mwakilema                Dipl. (Mzumbe), LL.B (Mzumbe), LL.M (UDSM)
Martin P. Massawe                 LL.B Hons (UDSM), LL.M (Oslo)
Mwajuma Kadilu                    LL.B Hons (UDSM), LL.M (UDSM)
Hanifa Massawe                    LL.B (Mzumbe), LL.M (Stellenbosch)
January Nkobogo                   LL.B Hons (UDSM), LL.M (UDSM)
Saraphina M. Bakta                Dipl. (Mzumbe), LL.B (Mzumbe), LL.M (Capetown)

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      Innocent L. Mgeta                    LL. B (Mzumbe), LLM (Stellenbosch)
      Ferdinand M. Temba                   LL.B (Mzumbe) , LLM (Capetown)


      Tutorial Assistants:
      Jonas E. Nkya                        LL.B (Mzumbe), (On further Studies)
      Charles W.M. Marwa                   LL.B (Mzumbe), (On further Studies)
      Ines Kajiru                          LL.B (Mzumbe), (On further Studies)
      Daniel Muya                          LL.B (Mzumbe), (On further Studies)
      Thobias Mnyasenga                    LL.B (Mzumbe), (On further Studies)
      Isabela Warioba                      LL.B (Mzumbe), (On further Studies)
      Edward K. Prosper                    LL.B(Mzumbe)

9.0 BUSINESS SCHOOL

  9.1 Introduction
  The business school was established in January, 2011. The Business School offers undergraduate
  degrees in Accountancy, Business Administration, Entrepreneurship and Supply and Logistics
  Management. It also offers certificate programmes in Accountancy, Business Management and
  Logistics Management.

  Apart from undergraduate courses, the Business School offers MBA Degree (in regular and executive
  delivery modes) and MSc. Degree in Accounting and Finance, Marketing, Entrepreneurship and
  Supply & Logistics Management. Also, it offers PhD studies in Business Administration.

  Apart from undergraduate courses, the Business School offers postgraduate diploma programmes in
  Services Management and in Purchasing and Logistics management. In addition, the Faculty offers an
  ordinary MBA and Executive MBA degrees.

  In line with the vision and mission of Mzumbe University, the Business School is committed to
  developing highly qualified graduates in the areas of Accountancy, Finance, Banking, Business
  Administration, Entrepreneurship and Supply and Logistics Management with the capacity and
  competence to manage and promote entrepreneurial development efforts both at national and at
  international level. This will be achieved through providing demand driven curriculum that equips
  students with both theoretical and practical tools necessary for analysing and solving business
  problems. The Business School is also committed to developing individuals with ethical and
  professional attitudes and behaviour.

  9.2 Specific Faculty Admission Requirements for Different Undergraduate Degree Programmes
  Following the University general admission requirement, the following are additional faculty specific
  entry requirements.

  BUSINESS SCHOOL
  9.2.1        Bachelor of Accounting and Finance with options in:
               •    Business Accounting and Finance (BAF)
               •    Local Government Accounting and Finance (LGAF)
               •    Public Sector Accounting Finance and Investigation (PSAFI)

  (a) Direct Entry Qualification
  Applicant should hold at least two (2) principal level passes and one subsidiary level pass in the
  Advanced Certificate of Secondary Education (“A”-Level).




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Where the subjects passed do not include Advanced Mathematics, Economics or Commerce, an
applicant must have obtained a credit pass in Basic Mathematics, or Commerce or Book-keeping in
their Certificate of Secondary Education (“O” Level).


(b) Equivalent Entry Qualification

    The applicants must be a holder of either
    (i)                        Diploma in Accountancy or in Business Administration with major in
    Accountancy                Commerce of at least second class level from an accredited Institution
                                                                OR

    (ii)                       Mzumbe University’s Certificate in Accountancy (CA) of at least
    second class level,        provided that the applicant has a total sum of at least 3.5 points in
    Advanced Certificate       of Secondary Education (“A” Level).

    (b)      Mature Age Entry Qualification

             (i)               Applicants must be 25 years of age or older, in the year in which
                               admission is sought and the applicant must have attended and passed
                               tests in extra mural classes, residential courses or courses offered by
                               adult education centre or college recognized by an approved authority.
                               OR must have post secondary school work experience of not less than
                               four (4) years,

             (ii)              Applicant should have obtained at least two (2) credits in subjects that
                               include Basic Mathematics, or Commerce, or Book keeping in their
                               Certificates of Secondary Education (“O” Level) and

             (iii)             Applicant must have sat and passed the Mzumbe University Mature
                               Age Examination.

    Diploma in Accountancy
    Applicants for admission into the Diploma in Accountancy of the Mzumbe University must be
    holders of:

    (i)      Certificate in Accountancy of at least a Second class level from an accredited institution

                                                    OR

    (ii)     The applicant must hold at least one principal level pass in the Advanced level of
             Secondary Education (“A” level). The principal pass must be in Mathematics or
             Commerce or Accountancy.

    Where the principal pass does not include Mathematics or Commerce or Accountancy in the
    Advanced Certificate of Secondary Education, applicant must have passed with a credit in Basic
    Mathematics or Commerce or Book-keeping at the Ordinary Certificate of Secondary Education
    (“O-level”).


    Certificate in Accountancy (CA)
    Applicant must have passed in at least five (5) subjects in the Ordinary Certificate of Secondary
    Education provided that the passes include Basic Mathematics or Commerce or Book-keeping.

    Certificate in local Government Finance(CLGF)


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        Applicant must have passed in at least five (5) subjects in the Ordinary Certificate of Secondary
        Education provided that the passes include Basic Mathematics or Commerce or Book-keeping.




        9.2.2Bachelor of Business Administration with option in:

Marketing Management

Entrepreneurship Development

        (a)     Direct Entry Qualification

                (i)             Applicant must have at least two (2) principal level passes and one
                subsidiary                      level pass in the Advanced Certificate of Secondary
                Education (“A”-Level).

                (ii)              Where the subjects passed do not include Advanced Mathematics,
                Economics or              Commerce, applicant must have obtained a credit pass in
                Basic Mathematics, or                     Commerce or Book-keeping in their
                Certificate of Secondary Education (“O”                   Level).

        (b)      Equivalent Entry Qualification
                 (i)     Applicant should hold either a Diploma in Business Administration with major
                         in marketing or entrepreneurship of at least second class level

                                                                    OR

                (ii)     An appropriate certificate of at least second class level from Mzumbe
                         University, provided that the applicant has a total sum of at least 3.5 points in
                         Advanced Certificate of Secondary Education (“A” Level).


        (c)     Mature Age Entry Qualification

                (i)      Applicants must be 25 years of age or older, in the year in which admission is
                         sought and the applicant must have attended and passed tests in extra mural
                         classes, residential courses or courses offered by adult education centre or
                         college recognized by an approved authority. OR must have post secondary
                         school work experience of not less than four (4) years,

                (ii)     Applicant should have obtained at least two (2) credits in subjects that include
                         Basic Mathematics, or Commerce or Book keeping in their Certificates of
                         Secondary Education (“O” Level) and

                (iii)    Applicant must have sat and passed the Mzumbe University Mature Age
                         Examination.

       Business Management Certificate (BMC)
       Applicant must have passed in at least five (5) subjects in the Ordinary Certificate of Secondary
       Education provided that the passes include Basic Mathematics or Commerce or Book-keeping.

        Diploma in Business Administration
        Applicants for admission into the Diploma in Business Management of the Mzumbe University
        must be holders of:

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(i)              Certificate in Business Management or Administration of at least a Second class
        level from an accredited institution

                                         OR

(ii)    The applicant must hold at least one principal level pass in the Advanced level of
        Secondary Education (“A” level). The principal pass must be in Mathematics or
        Commerce or Accountancy.

Where the principal pass does not include Mathematics or Commerce or Accountancy in the
Advanced Certificate of Secondary Education, applicant must have passed with a credit in Basic
Mathematics or Commerce or Book-keeping at the Ordinary Certificate of Secondary Education
(“O-level”).


9.2.3   Bachelor of Business Administration - Procurement and Logistics Management
        (PLM)
        ((a)    Direct Entry Qualification
                The applicant must hold at least two principal level passes and one subsidiary in
                the Advanced Certificate of Secondary Education (ACSE). If none of those two
                principal and subsidiary passes is in Advanced Mathematics, then applicant
                must have a subsidiary in Basic Applied mathematics at A-Level and a credit in
                Basic Mathematics at “O” level.

        (b)      Equivalent Entry Qualification
                 (i)     The applicant must hold a diploma in Business Administration with
                         major in Procurement or Materials Management or Logistics, or
                         Supplies of at least Second Class level from an accredited Institution.

                                                       OR

                 (ii)    An appropriate certificate of at least second class level from Mzumbe
                         University, provided that the applicant has a total sum of at least 3.5
                         points from two principal subjects in Advanced Certificate of
                         Secondary Education (“A” Level).


        (c)      Mature Age Entry Qualification

                 (i)     Applicants must be 25 years of age or older, in the year in which
                         admission is sought and the applicant must have attended and passed
                         tests in extra mural classes, residential courses or courses offered by
                         adult education centre or college recognized by an approved authority.
                         OR must have post secondary school work experience of not less than
                         four (4) years,

                 (ii)    Applicant should have obtained at least two (2) credits in subjects that
                         include Basic Mathematics in their Certificates of Secondary Education
                         (“O” Level) and

                 (iii)   Applicant must have sat and passed the Mzumbe University Mature
                         Age Examination.




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    Diploma in Logistics Management
    Applicants for admission into the Diploma in Logistics Management of the Mzumbe University
    must be holders of:

    (i)           Certificate in Logistics Management (CLM) of at least a Second class level from an
                  accredited institution.

                                                            OR

    (ii)          The applicant must hold at least one principal level pass in the Advanced level of
                  Secondary Education (“A” level). The principal pass must be in Mathematics or
                  Commerce or Accountancy.

    Where the principal pass does not include Mathematics or Commerce or Accountancy in the
    Advanced Certificate of Secondary Education, applicant must have passed with a credit in Basic
    Mathematics or Commerce or Book-keeping at the Ordinary Certificate of Secondary Education
    (“O-level”).


    Certificate in Logistics Management (CLM)
    Applicant must have passed in at least five (5) subjects in the Ordinary Certificate of Secondary
    Education provided that the passes include Basic Mathematics or Commerce or Book-keeping.

9.3 Undergraduate Programmes

9.3.1 Bachelor of Accounting Degree – (Business Accounting and Finance)
          Programme Objectives
The programme is designed to produce professionals in Business Accounting and Finances Local
Government Accounting and Finance, Public Sector Accounting Finance and Investigation suitable for
the Tanzania Government Environment. On successful completion of the programme, graduates will
be exempted from foundation and intermediate stages of NBAA scheme of examinations. The
graduands will also be exempted from seven papers in the fundamental level of ACCA. Mzumbe
University is currently the only institution in the country with such an arrangement.
    Programme Structure
                      YEAR 1                                 YEAR 2                                 YEAR 3
   Semester I            Semester II        Semester I         Semester II             Semester I      Semester II
   QMS 101               QMS 102            ICT 210            ACC 251                                 ACC 360
   Mathematics           Statistics         Information        Managerial                              International
                                            Systems &          Finance                                 Finance
                                            Advanced
                                            Computing
   ECO 100                ACC 101           ACC 202            ACC 203                                   ACC 391
   Micro                  Financial         Financial          Financial Accounting             F        Taxation
   Economics              Accounting I      Accounting II      III                              I
   ACC 100                ECO 101           ACC 221            ACC 222                          E        ACC 381
   Introductory           Macro Economics   Cost Accounting I  Cost Accounting II               L        Government
   Accounting                                                                                   D        Accounting
   LAW 105                LAW 106           ACC 231              ACC 232                                 BUS 360
   Mercantile             Mercantile        Auditing I           Auditing II                             Strategic
   Law I                  Law II                                                                         Management &
                                                                                                         Consultancy Skills
   COM 101                DST 200           PUB 201              PUB 220                                 QMS 203
   Study Skills and       International     Principles of        Research Methods                        Quantitative
   Business               Cooperation       Management           and Basic Computing                     Techniques
   Communication          Development       Organization
                                            behavior
   10 cps                 10 cps            10 cps               10 cps                10 cps            10 cps




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9.3.2 Bachelor of Accounting Degree – (Local Government Accounting and Finance)

      Programme Objectives
The programme is designed to produce professionals in Business Accounting, and Finance Local
Government Accounting and Finance, Public Sector Accounting Finance and Investigation suitable for
the Tanzania Government Environment. On successful completion of the programme, graduates will
be exempted from foundation and intermediate stages of NBAA scheme of examinations. The
graduands also will be exempted from seven papers in the fundamental level of ACCA. Mzumbe
University is currently the only institution in the country with such an arrangement.

       Programme Structure

                      YEAR 1                                  YEAR 2                                  YEAR 3
   Semester I            Semester II         Semester I         Semester II             Semester I       Semester II
   QMS 101               QMS 102             ICT 210            ACC 251                                  ACC 360
   Mathematics           Statistics          Information        Managerial                               International
                                             Systems &          Finance                                  Finance
                                             Advanced
                                             Computing
   ECO 100                ACC 101            ACC 202            ACC 203                                   ACC 391
   Micro                  Financial          Financial          Financial Accounting             F        Taxation
   Economics              Accounting I       Accounting II      III                              I
   ACC 100                ECO 101            ACC 221            ACC 222                          E        LAW 203
   Introductory           Macro Economics    Cost Accounting I   Cost Accounting II              L        Local Government
   Accounting                                                                                    D        Law
   LAW 105                LAW 106            ACC 231              ACC 232                                 BUS 360
   Mercantile             Mercantile         Auditing I           Auditing II                             Strategic
   Law I                  Law II                                                                          Management &
                                                                                                          Consultancy Skills
   COM 101                DST 200            PUB 201              PUB 220                                 QMS 203
   Study Skills and       International      Principles of        Research Methods                        Quantitative
   Business               Cooperation        Management           and Basic Computing                     Techniques
   Communication          Development        Organization
                                             behavior
   10 cps                 10 cps             10 cps               10 cps                10 cps            10 cps


9.3.3 Bachelor of Accounting Degree - (Public Sector Accounting Finance and Investigation)
       Programme Objectives
The programme is designed to produce professionals in Business Accounting, and Finance, Local
Government Accounting and Finance, Public Sector Accounting Finance and Investigation suitable for
the Tanzania Government Environment. On successful completion of the programme, graduates will
be exempted from foundation and intermediate stages of NBAA scheme of examinations. The
graduands also will be exempted from seven papers in the fundamental level of ACCA. Mzumbe
University is currently the only institution in the country with such an arrangement.

      Programme Structure
                      YEAR 1                                YEAR 2                                      YEAR 3
    Semester I           Semester II          Semester I      Semester II                Semester I       Semester II
    QMS 101              QMS 102              ICT 210         ACC 251                                     ACC 360
    Mathematics          Statistics           Information     Managerial                                  International Finance
                                              Systems &       Finance
                                              Advanced
                                              Computing
    ECO 100                ACC 154            ACC 202         ACC 203                                     ACC 391 Taxation
    Micro                  Public Sector      Financial       Financial Accounting               F
    Economics              Accounting I       Accounting II   II                                 I
    ACC 102                ECO 101            ACC 271         ACC 255                            E        PUB 341
    Financial              Macro Economics    Cost Management  Public Sector                     L        Public Sector


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    Accounting                                 Accounting           Accounting II                   D         Auditing
    LAW 101                LAW 104             ACC 242              ACC 224                                   ACC 360
    Introduction to        Commercial          Auditing &           Public Sector                             Strategic Management
    Law                    Law                 Investigation        Budgeting, Costing &                      & Consultancy Skills
                                                                    Acc Package
    COM 101                DST 200             PUB 201              PUB 220                                   QMS 203
    Study Skills and       Development         Principles of        Research Methods                          Quantitative
    Business               Prospective II      Management           and Basic Computing                       Techniques
    Communication                              Organization
                                               behavior
    10 cps                 10 cps              10 cps               10 cps                 10 cps             10 cps


9.3.4 Bachelor of Business Administration – (Marketing Management)
       Programme Objectives
This is a three-year, six semester programme of 17 weeks each. The programme requires candidates to
successfully complete a total of 60 credit points including a field project in the fifth semester of study.




    Programme Structure
                       YEAR 1                                 YEAR 2                                        YEAR 3
    Semester I            Semester II          Semester I       Semester II                Semester I          Semester II
    QMS 101               QMS 102              QMS 210          LOG 250                                        BUS 330
    Mathematics           Statistics           Micro-Computing  Physical Distribution                          International
                                               and MIS          Management                                     Marketing
    PUB 113                ACC 184             ACC 271          ACC 272                                        BUS 340
    Principles of Mgt      Basics of Finance   Cost & Mgt.      Basic Financial Mgt.                           Strategic
                           and Government      Accounting                                                      Marketing
                           Accounting                                                                   F
    ECO 100                ECO 101             BUS 230              BUS 260                             I        BUS 360
    Micro                  Macro Economics     Sales Mgt.           Retailing &                         E        Strategic Business
    Economics                                                       Wholesaling                         L        Management and
                                                                                                        D        Consultancy Skills
    LAW 104                Buss 110            DST 200              BUS 270                                      BUS 375
    Commercial             Introduction to     International        Entrepreneurship &                           Marketing
    Law                    Marketing           Cooperation and      Small Business                               Application
                                               Development          Development                                  Packages
    COM 100                DST 100             COM 200              BUS 280
    Communication          Development         Business             Research Methods for                         ELECTIVE
    Skills                 Prospective         Communication        Marketers
    10 cps                 10 cps              10 cps               10 cps                 10 cps                10 cps

    Electives
    LOG 300:               Supply Management
    ECO 307:               Public Finance and Project Management
    DST 300:               Gender Respective & Environmental Management

    9.3.5 Bachelor of Business Administration – (Entrepreneurship Development)
    Programme Objectives
    This is a three-year, six semester programme of 17 weeks each. The programme requires
    candidates to successfully complete a total of 60 credit points including a field project in the fifth
    semester of study.




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Programme Structure
                YEAR 1                                  YEAR 2                               YEAR 3
Semester I         Semester II          Semester I         Semester II          Semester I      Semester II
QMS 101            QMS 102              BUS 225            BUS 270                              BUS 300
Mathematics        Statistics           Business Planning Small                                 Entrepreneurship
                                                           Business                             & Business
                                                           Management                           Management
PUB 113             BUS 120             ICT 210            ACC 272                              ECO 307 Project
Principles of Mgt   Theories of         Information        Financial                            Management
                    Entrepreneurship    Systems and        Management                    F
                                        Advanced                                         I
                                        Computing                                        E
LAW 104             ECO 101             ACC 271            BUS 255                       L       BUS 385
Commercial Law      Macro Economics     Cost and            Business                     D       Promoting
                                        Management         Growth                                Enterprises
                                        Accounting
ECO 100             ACC 184             BUS 275            BUS 280                               POM 308
Micro Economics     Basics of Finance   Marketing for      Marketing Research                    Total
                    and Government      Small                                                    Quality
                    Accounting          Entrepreneurs                                            Management
COM 100             DST 100             COM 200            DST 200
Communication       Development         Business           International                         ELECTIVE
Skills              Prospective         Communication      Cooperation and
                                                           Development
                                                           Perspectives
10 cps              10 cps              10 cps             10 cps               10 cps           10 cps




Electives
POP 200 - Population Studies                                 ECO 300 - Industrial Economics
EC0 355 - Macro-economic Planning                            EC0 208 - Agricultural Economics
ECO 306 - Transport Economics                                DST 300 - Environmental Management

9.3.6 Bachelor of Business Administration – (Procurement and Logistics Management)

Programme Objectives
This is a three-year, six semester programme of 17 weeks each. The programme requires
candidates to successfully complete a total of 60 credit points including a field project in the fifth
semester of study.


Programme Structure
                YEAR 1                                YEAR 2                                 YEAR 3
Semester I          Semester II         Semester I       Semester II            Semester I      Semester II
QMS 101             QMS 102             ICT 210          LOG 210                                LOG 350
Mathematics         Statistics          Micro Computing  Warehouse                              International
                                        & M.I.S          and stock                              Procurement
                                                         Auditing
PUB 113              ACC 170            ACC 271          ACC 272                                  BUS 360
Principles of        Basic Accounting   Cost and         Financial Mgt.                           Strategic Business
Management                              Management                                       F        Management
                                        Accounting                                       I
ECO 102              LOG 100            LOG 200              LOG 250                     E        POM 320
Economics            Introduction to    Purchasing            Physical                   L         Production
                     Materials          Principle            Distribution                D        Management
                     Management                              Management                           Packages
LAW 104              BUS 110            DST 200              LOG 240                              ICT 365
Commercial Law       Introduction to    International        Inventory                            Information
                     Marketing          Cooperation          Management &                         Technology

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                                         And              Control                                 Management
                                         Development
COM 101             DST 100              QMS 203          PUB 220                                 LOG 300
Communication       Development          Quantitative     Research                                Supply
Skills              Prospective          Methods          Methodology                             Management

10 cps              10 cps               10 cps           10 cps                10 cps            10 cps


9.3.7 Certificate in Accountancy
Programme Objectives
This is a one year certificate programme in accountancy for junior officials who work in finance
departments of commercial and public sectors. The training framework of the programme is
designed to provide a broad understanding of the day to day routines and procedures of finance
and accounting in commercial and public sectors in a dynamic environment. More specifically, the
programme will improve performance of junior staff in accounts departments.

Programme Structure
                         Semester I                                           Semester II
 ACC 060                                                  ACC 061
 Book-Keeping and Accounting                              Accounts Basic Financial and Auditing
 QMS 070                                                  ACC 084
 Elements of Business Mathematics & Statistics            Basic Cost Accounting
 ACC 086                                                  ACC 087
 Public Sector Accounting and Financial Procedures        Elements of Taxation and Economics
 COM 050                                                  LOG 090
 Business Communication                                   Commercial Knowledge and Materials Management
 PUB 011                                                  QMS 020
 General Principles of Management                         Micro Computer Application
6.1.1    Certific
9.3.8 Certificate in Local Government Finance

Programme Objectives
This is a one-year certificate programme in finance for junior and middle level officials who work
in finance departments of Local Authorities in Tanzania. The programme runs for two semesters
of 17 weeks each. It requires the candidates to successfully complete a total of 20 credit points.
The training framework of the programme is designed to provide an understanding of the day-to-
day routine and procedures of finance and accounting in the urban and district councils.

Programme Structure
                       Semester I                                                Semester II
 ACC 081                                                  ACC 081
 Basic Local Government Finance I                         Basic Local Government Finance II
 LAW 034                                                  PUB 023
 Basic Local Government Law                               Basic Local Government Administration
 ACC 080                                                  ACC 080
 Basic Local Government Accounting I                      Basic Local Government Accounting II
 COM 050                                                  LOG 030
 Business Communication                                   Elements of Supply Chain Management
 DST 050                                                  ICT 020
 Development Studies                                      Micro Computer
                                                          Application




9.3.9 Business Management Certificate

Programme Objectives



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This is a one-year, two semester certificate programme of 17 weeks each. The programme is
intended for serving junior managers and supervisors with a potential to advance into managerial
positions. The programme requires the candidate to successfully complete a total of 20 credit
points.

Programme Structure
              Semester I                                       Semester II
 QMS 070                               BUS 030
 Business Mathematics and Statistics   Strategic Management
 COM 050                               POM 040
 Business Communication                Productions and Operations Management


 PUB 011                               ACC 070
 General Principles of Management      Business Accounting
 ECO 020                               BUS 020
 Business Economics                    Marketing Management
 LOG 030                               ICT 020
 Elements of Suppy Management          Micro Computer Application




9.3.10 Certificate in Logistics Management

Programme Objectives
This is a one-year certificate programme in Logistics Management. The programme is intended
for serving junior managers and supervisors in the procurement, operations, purchasing, and
stores. The programme requires the candidate to successfully complete a total of 20 credit points.
The general training objectives are to provide the student with.


(i) The importance of effective materials management and its influence on company’s
       profitability.
(ii) To improve the performance of participants by introducing to them the modern ideas and
       techniques in the materials management function.

Programme Structure
                          Semester I                                             Semester II
LOG 101                                                   BUS 020
Elements of Materials                                     Marketing Management
Management
COM 050                                                   BUS 040
Business Communication                                    Production and Operations
                                                          Management
PUB 018                                                   LOG 060
Organization Behavior                                     Store-Keeping and Procedure
QMS 070                                                   LOG 070
Business Maths and Statistics                             Purchasing Principles
ACC 090                                                   TCT 020
Business Accounting                                       Micro Computer Application
10 cps                                                    10 cps


9.4 Graduate Programmes
9.4.1 MBA (Corporate Management)

Programme Objectives
At the end of this programme students will be able to:
(i) Select and apply management theories for practical decision making;
(ii) Effectively and efficiently identify, analyse deploy and develop organisational resources;


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(iii) Demonstrate analytical, planning, implementation and control competences in all functional
        areas of business;
(iv) Demonstrate effective communication and negotiation skills;
(v) Demonstrate competence in identifying major national, regional and global developments
        relevant to businesses; and
(vi) Demonstrate ability to apply theory in their quest to solve strategic company problems.

Programme Structure
Semester I                          Semester II                           Semester III
ECO 5011                            PUB 5112
Managerial Economics                International Business Management
BUS 5011                            PUB 5012




                                                                                    Dissertation
Marketing Management                Organization behaviour & HRM
ACC 5111                            BUS 5032
Finance for Managers                Business Research Methods
BUS 5021                            LAW 5112
Strategic Business Management       Cooperate Law & Governance
POM 5011
                                                   ELECTIVE
Operations Management




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  Electives
  BUS 5042:         Theories of Entrepreneurship and small Business Management
  ICT 5012:         Information Technology Management

  9.4.2   Msc in Marketing Management

  Programme Objectives
  At the end of this programme students will have developed academic/analytical capacities next to
  practical marketing skills. Academically and analytically they will be able to do the following:
  (i) Demonstrate a critical academic level of thinking;
  (ii) Show an academic understanding and an analysis of marketing theories, models and
          techniques;
  (iii) Select, apply and adapt generic marketing theories, models and techniques appropriate for the
          Tanzanian context and other NEMs; and
  (iv) Demonstrate analytical, planning, implementation and control competences in the marketing
          related functions.

  Programme Structure
Semester I                             Semester II                              Semester III
BUS 5011                               BUS 5052
Marketing Management                   Consumer Behaviour




                                                                                         Dissertation
BUS 5511                               BUS 5062
International Marketing                Services Marketing
BUS 5521                               BUS 5042
Marketing Communication                Theories of Entrepreneurship &
                                       Small Business Management
BUS 5021                               BUS 5032
Strategic Business Management          Business Research Methods
ECO 5011
                                                      ELECTIVE
Managerial Economics

  Elective
  PUB 5012:         Organization Behaviour & Human Resource Management
  LOG 5012:         Strategic Procurement & Supply Chain Management
  ICT 5012:         Information Technology Management

  9.4.3 MSc in Banking Management

  Programme Objectives
  At the end of the program, students should be able to:
  (i)   Apply economic theories in practical banking business decisions;
  (ii)  Analyze national and economic trends which might have impacts on banking industry;
  (iii) Manage banking operations efficiently and effectively;
  (iv)  Prepare various accounts, and bank annual financial reports in line with various laws and
          standards;
  (v) Apply various theories in making various investment and corporate policy decisions;
  (vi) Examine and manage issues relating to financial crisis, bank runs and regulatory responses to
          the same;
  (vii) Apply various risk and credit management techniques;
  (viii) Design appropriate customer relationship management approaches that enhances close
          bank- customer relationships;
  (ix) Demonstrate an understanding of the operations of international financial institutions and their
          implications to global economy by applying best practices of international finance theories
          in facilitating international trade, resolving balance of payments and currencies crises,


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        evaluating overseas investments, managing foreign currency exposures and other risks, and
        money transfers etc;
(x) Exercise powers of inquiry, logical thinking, and critical analysis of arguments and evidence
        on the operational performance and impact of microfinance intervention;
(xi) Face the challenges of the operational management of microfinance institutions;
(xii) Apply various banking laws in real banking operations/ situations; and
(xiii) Plan, execute and relate cutting-edge research to recent and prospective developments in
        accounting and finance related disciplines.

Programme Structure
             Semester I                               Semester II                           Semester III
 ECO 5311                              LAW 5312
 Economic Context of Banking           Legal Aspects of Banking
 ACC 5011                              ACC 5042
 Financial Accounting I                Portfolio Theory and Investment




                                                                                                Dissertation
                                       Analysis
 ACC 5021                              ACC 5032
 Finance Theory & Corporate Policy     International Finance
 ACC 5311                              BUS 5032
 Banking Management                    Business Research Methods
 ACC 5331
                                                     ELECTIVE
 Management of Risks in Banking

Elective
ACC 5322:            Microfinance Theories & Practice
BUS 5062:            Service Marketing

9.4.4 MSc in Procument and Supply Chain Management
Programme Objectives
At the end of the programme students will be able to:
(i) Describe and apply relevant procurement and supply chain management           techniques     in
          achieving organisational decisions;
(ii)    Develop and organise procurement strategies, policies, procedural manuals related to
          procurement and supply chain management;
(iii)   Evaluate the performance of the supply chain management department within the organisation
          and bench mark with other departments outside the organization;
(iv)    To be employed and work as materials managers, procurement officers, transport managers,
          storehouse and warehousing managers; and
(v)     To work in different economic sectors; extractive (mining, fishery and agriculture),
          constructive (manufacturing, building and processing industries) and service rendering
          industries (banks, hospitals, schools and retail services), and in the public and private
          sectors.


Programme Structure
Semester I                                  Semester II                                         Semester III
BUS 5021                                    LOG 5012
Strategic Business Management               Strategic Procument & Supply Chain Management
ACC 5631                                    LOG 5652
                                                                                                               Dissertation




Procurement and Contracts Management        Inventory and Stores Management System
LOG 5611                                    LOG 5652
Procurement Theory and Systems              e- Procument & e-Supply Chain Management
LOG 5621                                    BUS 5032
National & International Logistic           Business Research Methods
POM 5011                                    ELECTIVE
Banking Management


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Elective
BUS 5062:           Services Marketing
PUB 5012:           Organizational Behaviour and human Resources Management
ACC 5111:           Finance for Managers

9.4.5 MSc in Accounting and Finance
Programme Objectives
At the end of the program, students should be able to:
(i) Design accounting and management control information systems;
(ii) Prepare various accounts, and corporate annual financial reports in line with various laws and
        standards;
(iii) Perform auditing activities and provide assurance services to various clients;
(iv) Apply various theories in making various investment and corporate policy decisions;
(v) Demonstrate an understanding of the operations of international financial institutions and their
        implications to global economy by applying best practices of international finance theories
        in facilitating international trade, resolving balance of payments and currencies crises,
        evaluating overseas investments, managing foreign currency exposures and other risks, and
        money transfers etc; and
(vi) Plan, execute and relate cutting-edge research to recent and prospective developments in
        accounting and finance related disciplines.


Programme Structure
               Semester I                             Semester II                 Semester III
ACC 5211                             ACC 5252
Management Accounting                International Finance
ACC 5011                             ACC 5032




                                                                                       Dissertation
Financial Accounting I               Inventory and Stores Management System
ACC 5221                             ACC 5042
Auditing and Assurance Services      Portfolio Theory and Investment Analysis
ACC 5021                             BUS 5032
Finance Theory & Corporate Policy    Business Research Methodss
ACC 5231
                                                     ELECTIVE
Financial Statement Analysis

Elective
ACC 5242:           Financial Accounting II
BUS 5021:           Strategic Business Management

9.4.6 MSc in Entrepreneurship
Programme Objectives
At the end of the program, students should be able to:
(i)   Show an understanding and analysis of theories of entrepreneurship;
(ii)  Demonstrate the knowledge to identify opportunities in the environment;
(iii) Demonstrate and evaluate approaches to small business establishment;
(iv)  Demonstrate a critical evaluation of different approaches to financing small business ventures,
        in the Tanzanian context;
(v) Apply networking theories in entrepreneurship development;
(vi) Evaluate institutional infrastructure surrounding entrepreneurship;
(vii) Show an understanding and application of new concepts of marketing, particularly in relation
        to SMEs; and
(viii) Appraise gender relations in entrepreneurship development in Tanzania.




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        Programme Structure
                     Semester I                         Semester II               Semester III
         BUS 5011                          ACC 5412
         Marketing Management              Financial Management for Business
                                           Enterprises
         BUS 5021                          BUS 5042
         Strategic Business Management     Theories of Entrepreneurship &




                                                                                      Dissertation
                                           Small Business Management
          BUS 5411                         BUS 5422
         Venture Creation and Business     Creativity and Business Growth
         Planning
          ECO 5011                         BUS 5032
         Managerial Economics              Business Research Methodss
          LAW 5411
                                                        ELECTIVE
         Business Law



        Elective
        PUB 5012:         Organizational Behaviour & Human Resources Management
        ICT 5012:         Information Technology Management
        BUS 5052:         Consumer Behaviour

        9.4.7    Doctor of philosophy degree (Ph.D)
        In Commerce and Business Management
        The Doctoral Degree in Commerce and Business Management at Mzumbe University focuses
                 on the interdisciplinary area of Commerce and Business Management. Within this
subject area, there are numerous for doctoral aspirants to direct their interests on specific
        functional specialized topics, including crosscutting issues. The objectives of the programme
        are:
        1.       To enable students conceptualize real world issues in the multidisciplinary subject
                          area of Commerce and Business Management as applied to profit and non-profit
                          organizations.
        2.       To develop student’s analytical skills and ability in making critical judgements
                          pertaining to research.
        3.       To enhance student’s ability for research and knowledge application in problem
                          formulation, investigation and research analysis.
        4.       To contribute to existing knowledge base in Commerce and Business Management and
                          allied areas.

        9.5 Course Listing
        ACC 060: Fundamentals of Accounting (2 credit points)
        ACC 061: Basic Financial Accounting and Auditing (2 credit points)
        ACC 070: Accounting for Managers (2 credit points)
        ACC 071: Basic Book-Keeping (2 credit points)
        ACC 080: Basic Local Government Accounting (2 credit points)
        ACC 081: Basic Local Government Finance I (2 credit points)
        ACC 082: Basic Local Government Finance II (2 credit points)
        ACC 083: Basic Government Accounting (2 credit points)
        ACC 084: Basic Cost Accounting (2 credit points)
        ACC 085: Principles of Local Government Finance (2 credit points)
        ACC 086: Basic Public Sector Accounting (2 credit points)
        ACC 087: Elements of Taxation and Economics (2 credit points)

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ACC 090: Basic Business Accounting (2 credit points)
ACC 100: Introductory accounting (2 credit points)
ACC 101: Financial Accounting I (2 credit points)
ACC 102: Financial Accounting (2 credit points)
ACC 154: Public Sector Accounting I (2 credit points)
ACC 184: Government Accounting (2 credit points)
ACC 185: Accounting for Lawyers (2 credit points)
ACC 202: Financial Accounting II (2 credit points)
ACC 203: Financial Accounting III (2 credit points)
ACC 221: Cost and Management Accounting I (2 credit points)
ACC 222: Cost Management Accounting II (2 credit points)
ACC 231: Auditing I (2 credit points)
ACC 232: Auditing II (2 credit points)
ACC 242: Auditing and investigation (2 credit points)
ACC 243: Public Sector Budgeting and Finance (2 credit points)
ACC 244: Public sector budgeting, costing and accounting Packages (2 credit points)
ACC 255: Public Sector Accounting (2 credit points)
ACC 251: Management Finance (2 credit points)
ACC 271: Cost and Management Accounting (2 credit points)
ACC 272: Financial Management (2 credit points)
ACC 286: Local Government Finance and budgeting (2 credit points)
ACC 361: International Finance (2 credit points)
ACC 341: Public Sector Auditing (2 credit points)
ACC 380: Local Government Finance: (2 credit points)
ACC 381: Government Accounts and Accounting Packages (2 credit points)
ACC.382: Local Government Accounting (2 credit points)
ACC 391: Taxation (2 credit points)
ACC 405: Financial Management in Local Authorities (2 credit points)
ACC 408: Accounting for Decision Making in Local Authorities (2 credit points)
ACC 500: Accounting for Decision Making (2 credit points)
ACC 510: Financial Management (2 credit points)
ACC 530: Financial Statement Analysis (2 credit points)
ACC 540: Management Control Systems (2 credit points)
ACC 5211: Management Accounting
ACC 5011: Financial Accounting I
ACC 5221: Auditing and Assurance Services
ACC 5021: Finance Theory and Practice
ACC 5042: Investment Analysis and Portfolio Management

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ACC 5242: Financial Accounting II
ACC 5252: Management Control Systems
ACC 5032: International Finance
ACC 5231: Financial Statements Analysis
ACC 5311: Banking Management
ACC 5331: Management of Risks in Banking
ACC 5322: Microfinance Theories and Practice
ACC 5111: Finance for Managers
ACC 5412: Financial Management for Business Enterprises
BUS 020: Basic Principles of Marketing (2 credit points)
BUS 030: Strategic Management (2 credit points)
BUS 110: Introduction to Marketing (2 credit points)
BUS 120: Theories of Entrepreneurship (2 credit points)
BUS 210: Customer Service Management ( 2 credit)
BUS 225: Business planning (2 credit points)
BUS 230: Sales Management (2 credit points)
BUS 255 Business Growth (2 credit points)
BUS 260: Retailing and wholesaling management (2 credit points).
BUS 270: Entrepreneurship and Small Business Development (2 credit points).
BUS 275: Marketing for Small Enterprises (2 credit points)
BUS 280: Marketing Research (2 credit points)
BUS 281: Research Methods for Entrepreneurs (2 credit points)
BUS 300: Enterprises and Business Management (2 credit points)
BUS 330: International Marketing (2 credit points)
BUS 340: Strategic Marketing (2 credit points)
BUS 360: Strategic Management and Consultancy Skills (2 credit points)
BUS 401: Applied Marketing in Local Authorities (2 credit points)
BUS 5032: Business Research Methods
BUS 5021: Strategic Business Management
BUS 5062: Services Marketing
BUS 5011: Marketing Management
BUS 5042: Theories of Entrepreneurship and Small Business Development
BUS 5112: International Business Management
BUS 5411: Venture Creation and Business Planning
BUS 5052: Consumer Behaviour
BUS 5422: Creativity and Business Growth
BUS 5511: International Marketing
BUS 5521: Marketing Communication

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         LOG 010: Element of Materials Management (2 credit points)
         LOG 030: Strategic Management (2 credit points)
         LOG 050: Materials Management in Local Government (2 credit points)
         LOG 060: Storekeeping and procedures (2 credit points)
         LOG 070: Introductory Purchasing (2 credit points)
         LOG 090: Commercial Knowledge (2 credit points)
         LOG 100: Introduction to Materials Management (2 credit points)
         LOG 200: Purchasing Principles and Applications (2 credit points)
         LOG 205: Business Logistics (2 credit points)
         LOG 210: Stores and Warehouse Administration (2 credit points)
         LOG 240: Inventory Management and Control (2 credit points)
         LOG 250: Physical Distribution Management (2 credit points)
         LOG 300: Supply Management (2 credit points)
         LOG 350: International Procurement (2 credit points)
         LOG 580: Buying Policies and Systems (2 credit points)
         LOG 5611: Procurement theory and systems
         LOG 5621: National and International Logistics
         LOG 5631: Procurement and Contract Management
         LOG 5642: Inventory and Stores Management Systems
         LOG 5652: E-Procurement and E-Supply Chain Management
         LOG 5012: Strategic Procurement and Supply Chain Management


         9.6 School Staff
         Dean and Senior Lecturer
         Dr. Joseph A. Kimeme               B.Sc. (UDSM), MBA (PSU, Los Angeles), PhD
(SUA).

         Associate Dean and Senior Lecturer
         Mr. Davis Meela                  ADCA (IDM), MBA (RVB Maastricht)

         Academic Staff List

         Department of Business Administration

         AgHead of Department and Assistant Lecture
         George Mofulu                   BBA (Mzumbe), MSc. (Mzumbe)


         Senior Lecturers:
         Daudi J. Misango                   B.A. (Hons)(U.E.A), M.A. (UDSM), Dip. (RVB-Delft),
                                                     Dip.(RVB-Delft), (On contract)
         Gabriel G.M. Ituga                 B.A. Ed. (Hons) (UDSM), M.A. (UDSM), (On contract)
         Benard J.M. Nsana                  ADBA (IDM), PG.D.(Aston), M.Soc.Sc.(Stockholm),(On
                                            contract)
         Jaraj S.M. Kikula                  ADBA (IDM), MBA (RVB Maastrich School of Mgt.),

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                                (On Ph.D Studies),
Jones A. Mnzava                 B.Com (UDSM), MBA. (UDSM)

Lecturers:
Gabriel Elisante                PGDM (CIM), Mech. Eng. (MTC), MSc. ( Salford)
                                (On PhD Studies)
Hawa Petro                      ADBA (IDM), MBA, (Agder), (On PhD Studies)

Assistant Lecturers:
Omary Swalehe                   ADBA (IDM), MBA (Bradford) AMBA (Association of MBA)
                                (On PhD Studies)
Robert F. Makorere              BBA (Mzumbe) MBA (UDSM), (On PhD Studies)
Daudi Mollel                    FTC (DTC),ADBA (Mzumbe), MBA (Mzumbe),
                                (On PhD Studies)
Mushumbusi P. Kato              BBA (Mzumbe), MSc. (Vrije Universiteit) (On PhD Studies)
Mwakujonga Joshua               BBA (Mzumbe) MBA (Wuhan University of Technology)
Fridolin M. Wilbard             BBA (Mzumbe) (On further Studies)
Jasinta Msamula                 BBA (Mzumbe) (On further Studies)
Emmanuel J. Chao                BBA (Mzumbe) (On PhD studies)
Baraka Kambi                    BBA (Mzumbe) (On further studies)
Nicholaus Tutuba                BBA(Mzumbe), MSc. ED (Mzumbe)

Tutorial Assistant
Deogratius Kibona                BBA (Mzumbe)
Moses Marko                      BBA (Mzumbe)
Happines Mhiche                  BBA (Mzumbe) On further studies

Department of Procurement & Logistics Management

Head of Department and Lecturer
Mr. Aloyce J.F. Mlolere         ADMA (IDM),MSc (Agder) MBA (Agder University),
                                         CIPS Graduate Diploma (MCIPS)
Professors
Prof. Shiv K. Tripath           B.E; MBA, Ph.D. (India), Strategic Management Teachers
                                Certificate

Senior Lecturers:
Noel P. Mrope                   Dip (Ed.) (Shinyanga), ADMA (IDM), PGDB (Birmingham),
                                        M.Sc. (Manchester) CIPS Graduate Diploma
(MCIPS),
                                CSP (T)

Anatory M. Kamihanda            ADBA (IDM), Diploma (West Browch) GCIPS (UK),
                                Certificate (UK), AMITD (UK), AMBIM (UK)
Lecturers:

Arbogast K. Musabila            ADMA (IDM), MSc. (Agder), Adv. Diploma (Agder), MIST
                                (Agder), (On PhD Studies)

Geraldine A. Rasheli            Dip (Ed.) (Monduli TTC), ADMA (IDM), MSc. (Manchester)
                                CPSP (T), MCIPS (UK), (On PhD Studies)

Leonada Mwagike                 ADMA (IDM), MSc. (Manchester),
                                       CIPS Graduate Diploma (MCIS), (On PhD Studies)



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       Paul M. Nsimbila                Dip (Ed.) Monduli TTC, ADMA (IDM), CPSP (T), MSc.
                                       (Manchester) MCIPS (UK)

       Assistant Lecturers:
       Emmanuel A. Akili               Dip. (Pharmacy), BBA (Mzumbe), (On futher Studies)
       Bakari M. Mohamed               BBA (Mzumbe), CPSP (T), MSc. PSCM (Mzumbe)

       Godfred B. Mbanyi               Dip. (UK), BBA (Mzumbe), CPSP (T), MSc. PSCM (Mzumbe)
       Edward Makoye                   BBA (Mzumbe) CPSP (T), (On further Studies)

       David K. Njovu                  Certificate (Peramiho Major Seminary), ADMA (IDM), MSc
                                       (Molde University College)


       Department of Accounting and Finance

       Head of Department and Lecturer
       Benedictor Lukanima             ADCA (IDM), MSc. (Salford), PhD (Hull)

       Professors
       Prof. Venkateswara A.Rao        LLB (Jabalpur), MCom (Jabalpur), MPhil   (S.V. University),
                                               PhD (S. K. University)

       Prof. Medisheti Shri Nivas      Mcom (Osmania), PhD (Kakatiya)

       Senior Lecturers
       Dominius M.L Kasilo             ADCA (IDM), MBA (RVB Delft), CPA (T), CSP (T),
                                       PhD (Twente)
       Jeremiah N. Kirway              ADCA (IDM), MBA (RVB-Delft), PG.Dip. (ISS), PhD (SUA)
       Davis J. Meela                  ADCA (IDM), MBA (RVB Maastricht)
       A. M. Komunte                   ADCA (IDM), PGDA (IFM), CPA (T), MSc (Stirling)
       Ganka Nyamsogoro                ADCA (IDM), CPA (T), PG (UK), MSc. (Greenwich)
                                       PhD (Greenwich)
       Alloyce P. Maziku               ADCA (IDM), MSc (Glasgow Caledonian)
       Ernest Kihanga                  ADCA (IDM), MBA (Agder) MSc (Salford),
                                              CPA(T),Certificatee in Culture and Civilization
(Norway),                                              PhD(Groningen)

       Lecturers:
       Godfrey Kasaro                  ADA (IFM), PGDA (IFM), CPA (T),
                                       MSc. (Central Michigan)
       Joseph Kiria                    Dip. (Ed), (Monduli TTC), ADCA (IDM),
                                       MSc (Glasgow Caledonian), CPA (T)(On PhD Studies)
       Harun Mapesa                    ADCA (IDM), CPA (T), MBA (UCE) (On PhD Studies)
       Gabriel Komba                   ADCA (IDM), MSc (Salford) CPA (T, (On PhD Studies)
       Ernest Samwel                   ADCA (IDM), MSc (UCE), (On Ph.D Studies)

       Assistant Lecturers:
       A.N. Mwakibete                  ADCA (IDM), PGD (Birmingham), MBA (Birmingham)
       Martha Adolf                    ADCA (IDM), MBA (UCE), (On PhD Studies)
       Nsubili Isaga                   ADCA (IDM), MBA (UCE) (On Ph.D Studies)
       Elias S. Malubi                 ADA (IFM), CPA (T), MBA (Mzumbe), (On contract)
       Juma Buhimila                   BAF (Mzumbe), CPA (T), MBA (–UDSM)
       Cosmas Mbogela                  Dip. (Kibosho), BAF (Mzumbe), CPA (T), MSc (Groningen)
                                                MSc (Uppsala, (On PhD Studies)
       Jema Myava                      BAF (Mzumbe), CPA (T), MSc (Acc. and Finance)(Mzumbe)


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Seif R. Muba           BAF (Mzumbe), MSc. BA –(Vrije Universiteit),
                       (On PhD Studies)
Erasmus L.F. Kipesha   BAF (Mzumbe), CPA (T), MBA (–UDSM)(On PhD Studies)
Falesy Kibassa         BAF (Mzumbe), MBA (UDSM)




Tutorial Assistants:
Moshi James            BAF (Mzumbe) MSc (Accounting and Finance)(Mzumbe)
Janeth Patrick         BAF (Mzumbe), CPA (T), (On further Studies)
Pascal Daudi           BAF (Mzumbe) (On further Studies)
Selvario Nyaulingo     BAF (Mzumbe), (On further Studies)
Rocke Alex Muhabe      PSAFI (Mzumbe, (On further studies)
Francis Lilagonya      BAF (Mzumbe), (On further Studies)
Gasper Severine        PSAFI (Mzumbe), (On further Studies)




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10.0     FACULTY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
       10.1 Introduction
       The Faculty of Science and Technology was established in August 2002. It runs training
       programmes in information and communication technology management; production and operations
       management and applied statistics.

       10.2 Specific Faculty Admission Requirements for Different Undergraduate Degree
            Programmes
       Following the University general admission requirement, the following are additional faculty
       specific entry requirements:

       10.2.1 Bachelor of Science in Information and Commmunication Technology Management
       (a)       Direct Entry Qualification
                 The applicant must hold at least two principal level passes and one subsidiary in the
                 Advanced Certificate of Secondary Education (ACSE). If none of those two principal and
                 subsidiary passes is in Advanced Mathematics, then applicant must have a subsidiary in
                 Basic Applied mathematics at A-Level and a credit in Basic Mathematics at “O” level.

       (b)       Equivalent Entry Qualification

                 (i)      The applicant must hold a diploma in computing science
                          of at least Second Class level from an accredited Institution.
                                                                 OR

                 (ii)     An appropriate certificate of at least second class level
                          from Mzumbe University, provided that the applicant has a total sum of at least
                                    3.5 points from two principal subjects in Advanced Certificate of
Secondary                           Education (“A” Level).
                                                                  OR
                 (iii)    Full Technician Certificate (FTC) in Computer Science
                          or related Discipline with at least an average score of B and at least a credit of
                                    Basic mathematics at ‘O’ Level


         (c)     Mature Age Entry Qualification

                 (i)      Applicants must be 25 years of age or older, in the year in which admission is
                                  sought and the applicant must have attended and passed tests in extra
mural                             classes, residential courses or courses offered by adult education centre
or                                college recogniesed by an approved authority, OR must have post
secondary                                   school work experience of not less than four (4) years,

                 (ii)     Applicant should have obtained at least two(2) credits in subjects that include
                                  Basic Mathematics in their Certificates of Secondary Education (“O”
Level) and


                 (iii)    Applicant must have sat and passed the Mzumbe University Mature Age
                                  Examination.




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  Certificate in Information and Communication Technology systems (CICT)
  Applicant must have passed in at least five (5) subjects in the Ordinary Certificate of Secondary
  Education provided that the passes include Basic Mathematics.

  Diploma in Information Technology Systems
  Applicants for admission into the Diploma in Information Technology of the Mzumbe University
  must be holders of:

  (i)      Certificate in Information Technology (CIT) of at least a Second class level from an
           accredited institution

                                                 OR

  (ii)     The applicant must hold at least one principal level pass in the Advanced level of
           Secondary Education (“A” level). The principal pass must be in Mathematics or Physics.

  Where the principal pass does not include Mathematics or Physics in the Advanced Certificate of
  Secondary Education, applicant must have passed with a credit in Basic Mathematics at the
  Ordinary Certificate of Secondary Education (“O-level”).


10.2.2 Bachelor of Science in Production and Operations Management
(a)       Direct Entry Qualification
          The applicant must hold at least two principal level passes and one subsidiary in Science
          Subjects in the Advanced Certificate of Secondary Education (ACSE). If none of those
          two principal passes is not in Advanced Mathematics, the applicant must have subsidiary
          in Basic Applied Mathematics and a credit in Basic Mathematics at “O” Level.
                                                              OR

(b)        Equivalent Entry Qualification
           (i)     An appropriate diploma in Engineering or related field of at least Second Class
                            level from an accredited institution.
                                                           OR
           (ii)    Certificate in Applied Statistics of at least second class level from Mzumbe
                   University, provided that the applicant has a total sum of at least 3.5 points in
                   Advanced Certificate of Secondary Education (“A” Level).


(c)        Mature Age Entry Qualification
                  (i)     Applicants must be 25 years of age or older, in the year in which
                          admission is sought and the applicant must have attended and passed
                          tests in extra mural classes, residential courses or courses offered by
                          adult education centre or college recognized by an approved authority.
                          OR must have post secondary school work experience of not less than
                          four (4) years,

                   (ii)     Applicant must have obtained at least two (2) credit passes in their
                            Ordinary Certificate of Secondary Education, one of which must be
                            Basic Mathematics and

                   (iii)    Applicant must have sat and passed the Mzumbe University mature age
                            entry examination.




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10.2.3 Bachelor of Science in Applied Statistics (B.Sc. Applied Statistics)
(a)     Direct Entry Qualification
        The applicant must hold at least two principal level passes and one subsidiary in Science
        Subjects in the Advanced Certificate of Secondary Education (ACSE). If none of those
        two principal passes is in Advanced Mathematics, the applicant must have a subsidiary in
        Basic Applied Mathematics and a credit in Basic Mathematics at “O” level.

                                                        OR

(b)     Equivalent Entry Qualification
        (i)     A diploma of at least Second Class level in Statistics or related subjects from a
                        accredited Institution.

                                   OR

        (ii)     Certificate in Applied Statistics of at least second class level from Mzumbe
                 University, provided that the applicant has a total sum of at least 3.5 points from
                 two principal subjects in Advanced Certificate of Secondary Education (“A”
                 Level).

(c)     Mature Age Entry Qualification
        (i)    Applicants must be 25 years of age or older, in the year in which admission is
               sought and the applicant must have attended and passed tests in extra mural
               classes, residential courses or courses offered by adult education centre or
               college recognized by an approved authority. OR must have post secondary
               school work experience of not less than four (4) years,

        (ii)     Applicant must have obtained at least two (2) credit passes in their Ordinary
                 Certificate of Secondary Education, one of which must be Basic Mathematics
                 and


        (iii)    Applicant must have sat and passed the Mzumbe University mature age entry
                 examination.

Diploma in Applied Statistics
Applicants for admission into the Diploma in Applied Statistics of the Mzumbe University must
be holders of:

(i)     Certificate in Applied Statistics (CAS) of at least a Second class level from an accredited
        institution.

                                               OR

(ii)    The applicant must hold at least one principal level pass in the Advanced level of
        Secondary Education (“A” level). The principal pass must be in Mathematics.

Where the principal pass does not include Mathematics in the Advanced Certificate of Secondary
Education, applicant must have passed with a credit in Basic Mathematics at the Ordinary
Certificate of Secondary Education (“O-level”).



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  Certificate in applied statistics (CAS)
  Applicant must have passed in at least five (5) subjects in the Ordinary Certificate of Secondary
  Education provided that the passes include Basic Mathematics.
10.3 Undegraduate degree Programmes
10.3.1 BSc. Information Communication and Technology Management
Programme Objectives
The programme is structured to equip students with fundamental knowledge and skills of
management information systems and information technology management in the IT profession to
enable them to effectively execute their roles as information systems and information technology
managers.

  Programme Structure
                    YEAR 1                                   YEAR 2                                YEAR 3
  Semester I           Semester II        Semester II          Semester II          Semester I        Semester II
  QMS 101              QMS 102            LAW 104              ICT 209                                ICT 313
  Mathematics          Statistics         Commercial           Global Networks                        Database
                                          Law                                                         Management and
                                                                                                      Administration
  ACC 100               ICT 116           ICT 208               QMS 214                               ICT 314
  Introductory          Management of     Database              Operations                            Information
  Accounting            Information       Concepts and          Research                     F        Technology and
                        Systems           Design                                             I        Society
  ICT 106               ICT 110           ICT 215               ICT 211                      E        ICT 315
  Introduction to       Fundamentals of   Computer               IT and                      L        Software
  Information           Computer          Architecture &        Business                     D        Engineering
  Technology            Networks          Operating              Computing
                                          System
  ECO 102               ICT 109           ICT 214               PUB 220                                   ICT 316
  Economics             Computer          Computer              Research                                  System Analysing
                        Architecture &    Programming           Methods                                   and Design
                        Operating
                        Systems 1
  PUB 113               DST 100           COM 200               QMS 216
  Principels of         Development       Business              Discrete                                  Elective
  Management            Perspectives      Communication         Mathematcs
                                          Skills
  10 cps                10 cps            10 cps                10 cps              10 cps                10 cps
  Electives
  BUS 240:              Inventory Management and Control
  POM 205:              Work Study & Ergonomics
  QMS 315:              Operations Research II
  ICT 317:              IT Project Management

10.3.2 BSc. Applied Statistics
Programme Objectives
The programme is structured to equip students with fundamental knowledge and skills in statistics to
enable them to apply the knowledge gained to other subjects in their curricula and to enable them to
work effectively after graduating as statisticians and researchers in government and the private
sector.
  Programme Structure
                     YEAR 1                                      YEAR 2                                       YEAR 3
  Semester I              Semester II        Semester II              Semester II            Semester I       Semester II
  ECO 100                 ECO 101            POP 202                  POP 201                                 POP 300
  Micro                   Macro              Introductory             Measuring                               Understanding
  Economics               Economics          Demography               Population                              Population
                                                                      Dynamic                                 Dynamics



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  QMS 101                  ACC 271            QMS 208                      QMS 212                          POM
  Mathematics              Cost &             Design and                   Sampling                         Quality
                           Management         Analysis of                  Theory and                 F     Control and Reliability
                           Accounting         Experiments                  Techniques                 I
  COM 101                  ICT 110            QMS 209                      QMS 214                    E     ECO 213
  Study Skills and         Fundamentals of    Inferential Statistics       Operations                 L     Econometrics
  Business                 Computer                                        Research I                 D
  Communication            Networks
  ICT 106                  QMS 102            QMS 213                      PUB 220                          QMS 315
  Introduction to          Statistics         Multivariate Analysis        Research                         Operational Research II
  Information                                                              Methods
  Technology
  ACC 100                  DST 100            QMS 211                      ICT 210
  Introductory             Development        Time Series Analysis         MIS and                          Elective
  Accounting               Perspectives       and Index Numbers            Micro Computing
  10 cps                   10 cps             10 cps                       10 cps               10 cps      10 cps

  Electives
  POM 205:              Work Study and Ergonomics
  ECO 307:              Project Management and Public Finance
  QMS 316:              Actuarial Statistics

10.3.3 BSc. Production and Operations Management
Programme Objective
The main objective of the programme is to train the students in the principles, methods and
techniques for the management of the production of the production and service operations of an
organization. The programme focuses on the management of the process (conversion) activities of
the Input-Process-Output model of the organization. The goal is to produce high level professional
managers capable of managing the operations of organizations for enhanced productivity.
  Programme Structure
                     YEAR 1                                       YEAR 2                                  YEAR 3
  Semester I              Semester II         Semester II           Semester II              Semester I      Semester II
  QMS 101                 QMS 102             QMS 203               ICT 210                                  SUP 240
  Mathematics             Statistics          Quantitative          Management                               Inventory
                                              Methods               Information System                       Management
                                                                    and                                       & Control
                                                                    Micro
                                                                    Computing
  PUB 113                  ACC 170            ACC 221               ACC 272                           F       LAW 104
  Principles of            Basic Accounting   Cost &                Basic Financial                   I       Commercial Law
  Management                                  Management            Management                        E
                                              Accounting                                              L
  ECO 102                  POM 101            BUS 205                  POM 205                        D       POM 307
  Economics                Introduction to    Business Logistics       Work Study &                           Maintenance
                           Production                                  Ergonomics                             Management
                           Management
  ICT 106                  BUS 110            POM 203                  POM 204                                POM 308
  Introduction to          Introduction to    Production               Production Planning                    Total Quality
  Information              Marketing          Planning &               & Control II                           Management
  Technology                                  Control I
  COM 101                  DST 100            POM 202                  POM 206
  Study Skills and         Development        Facility & Process       Research                               Elective
  Business                 Perspectives       Design                   Development &
  Communication                                                        Product
                                                                       Innovation
  10 cps                   10 cps             10 cps                   10 cps                10 cps           10 cps

  Electives
  PUB 322:              Strategic Management
  BUS 325:              Entrepreneurship - Theory and Practice
  ECO 306:              Transport Economics
  PUB 224:              Human Resource Management
  PUB 235:              Organizational Behaviour

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10.3.4 Certificate in Information and Communication Technology
Programme Objective
The Certificate Programme in Information and Communication Technology aims at enabling
learners to aquire basic knowledge in Information Technology (IT) to enable them to deal effectively
with routine IT-related activities particularly data entry, data validation and data processing. Special
consideration shall be made to admit applicants in the BSc. ICTM degree programme provided the
certificate award is either first class or second class upper division.



  Programme Structure
 Semester I                                             Semester II
 ICT 030                                                ICT 020
 Introduction to Information Technology                 Micro Computer Applications
 ICT 040                                                ICT 070
 Introduction to MIS and Computing                      Introduction to Database Systems
 LOG 052                                                ICT 050
 Element of Materials Management                        Fundamentals of Programming
 COM O50                                                ACC 070
 Business Communication                                 Business Accounting
 QMS 070                                                ICT 080
 Elements of Business Mathematics & Statistics          Information Technology Management and Computer
                                                        Trouble shooting
 10 cps                                                 10 cps



10.3.5 Certificate in Applied Statistics
Programme Objective
The programme is intended mainly for middle level (district or regional) planning officers, quality
controllers, ward/division officers and district or regional executive officers. This programme
targets at people who will be collecting, analyzing and keeping statistical data at these levels.




  Programme Structure
 Semester I                                               Semester II
 ICT 040                                                  QMS 013
 Introduction to Management Information System      and   Elements of Probability Theory
 Computing
 QMS 070                                                  ICT 014
 Elements of Business Mathematics and Statistics          Basic Statistical Computing
 ECO 020                                                  QMS 015
 Business Economics                                       Introductory to Demography
 ACC 010                                                  QMS 016
 Introduction to Accounting                               Applied Statistics
 COM 050                                                  QMS 017
 Business Communication                                   Index Numbers Time Series Analysis, Regression and
                                                          correlation analysis
 10 cps                                                   10 cps




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10.4     Course Offered by Faculty of Science and Technology
ICT 020: Micro Computer Applications (2 credit points)
ICT 030: Introduction to Information Technology (2credit points)
ICT 040: Introduction to IS and Computing (2 credit points)
ICT 050: Fundamentals of computer programming (2 credit points)
ICT 070: Introductory Database Management System (2 credit points)
ICT 080: Information Technology Management and Computer Troubleshooting (2 credit points)
ICT 106: Introduction Information Technology (2 credit points)
ICT 109: Computer Architecture and Operating Systems (2 credit points)
ICT 110: Fundamentals of Computer Networks (2 credit points)
ICT 116: Management Information Systems (2 credit points)
ICT 208: Database Concepts and Design (2 credit points)
ICT 209: Global Networks (2 credit points)
ICT 210: MIS and Micro Computing (2 credit Points)
ICT 211: Information Technology and Business Computing (2 credit points)
ICT 214: Computer Programming (2 credit points).
ICT 215: Computer Architecture and Operating Systems II (2 credit points)
ICT 313: Data Base Management and Administration (2 credit points)
ICT 314: Information Technology and Society (2credit points)
ICT 315: Software Engineering (2 credit points)
ICT 316: Systems Analysis and Design (2 credit points)
ICT 317: IT Project Management (2 credit points)
QMS 013: Elements of Probability Theory (2 credit points)
QMS 015: Introduction to Demography (2 credit points)
QMS 016: Applied Statistics (2 credit points)
QMS 017: Index Numbers and Time Series Analysis, Regression and Correlation (2 credit points)
QMS 070: Elements of Business Mathematics and Statistics (2 credit points)
QMS 100: Mathematics and Statistics ( 2 credit points)
QMS 101: Mathematics (2 credit points)
QMS 102: Introduction to Statistics (2 credit points)
QMS 203: Quantitative Methods (2 credit points)
QMS 208: Design and Analysis of Experiments ( 2 credit points)
QMS 209: Inferential Statistics (2 credit points)
QMS 211: Time Series and Index Numbers (2 credit points)
QMS 212: Sampling Theory and Techniques (2 credit points)
QMS 213: Multivariate Analysis (2 credit points)
QMS 214: Operations Research I (2 credit points)
QMS 315: Operations Research II (2 credit points)

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QMS 316: Actuarial Statistics (2 credit points)
QMS 410: Management Science (2 Credit Points)
QMS 520: Management Science (2 credit points)
QMS 610: Research Methods in Social Sciences (2 credit points)
QMS 620: Statistics in Health Services (2 credit points)
POM 040: Production and Operations Management (2 credit points)
POM 220: Production Management (2 credit points)
POM 412: Operations Management (2 credit points)
POM 101: Principles of Production Management (2 credit points)
POM 202: Facility and Process Design (2 credit points)
POM 203: Production Planning and Control I (2 credit points)
POM 204: Production Planning and Control II (2 credit points)
POM 205: Work study and Ergonomics (2 credit points)
POM 206: Research Development and Production Innovation (2 credit points)
POM 307: Reliability and Maintenance Management (2 credit points)
POM 308: Total Quality Management (2 Credit points).
POM 312: Quality Control and Reliability Management (2 credit points)


10.5     Faculty Staff
Dean and Associate Proffessor
Prof. Philbert C. Ndunguru                   B.A (Stat.) (Dar) MBA (Leuven-Belgium )
                                            Ph.D (UDSM)

Associate Dean and Senior Lecturer
Mr. Simon K. Njovu                           B.Sc.(Hons) (UDSM) M.Sc. (Hull)

Academic Staff List

Department of Quantitative Methods

Head of Department and Lecturer
Bahati Ilembo                                B.A. (Hons) (UDSM), M.A (Stat.) (UDSM)

Associate Professors:
Anthony A. Chamwali                          BSc. (U.E.A.), MSc.(Br.Col.) (On contract)
Hamisi I. Mahigi                             B.A.(UDSM) ,MSc.(LSE) (On contract)
Damas S.R.M. Muna                            B.A (UDSM),PGD (Manchester) M.A (Kent),
                                                              M.A (UDSM)(On contract)
Philibert C. Ndunguru                        B.A (UDSM) MBA (Leuven )Ph.D (UDSM)

Lecturers:
Emmanuel M. Kikuli                           BSc.Ed (Hons) (UDSM) Dip.Leeds) MSc (Reading)
                                             MBA (Africa University)
Bahati Ilembo                                B.A. (Hons) (UDSM), M.A (Stat.) (UDSM)

Assistant Lectures
Mbegalo Tukae                                B.A. (Hons) (UDSM), Msc(Manchester).

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Wantrudis Mkomange                     BSc. Ed (Tumain University),

Tutorial Assistants:
Idi Harun                              BSc. ( UDSM)
Mbukwa Justine                         BSc (Mzumbe)(On further Studies)
Masoude A. Komunte                     BSc. Ed (UDSM)


Department of Production and Operations Management

Ag: Head of Department and Lecturer
Emanuel M. Kikuli             BSc. Ed. (Hons) (UDSM) Dip. (Leeds) MSc (Reading )
                              MBA (Africa University )

Senior Lecturers
Joseph. A. Kimeme              B.Sc. (UDSM), MBA (Pasific State Univ) PhD (SUA).

Abraham N.Mwangakala           B.Sc. (U.E.A), MSc. (Manchester) (On contract)

Assistant Lecturer
Joseph Sungau                  BSc (Hons) (UDSM), MBA (UDSM)
Felichesmi S. Lyakurwa         B.Sc. (UDSM), MEM (UDSM)

Tutorial Assistants
Lena A. Lyama                  BSc. (Mzumbe) (On Studies)
Mangula S. Michael             BSc.(Mzumbe)(On Studies)
Ashraf H. Abeid                BSc.(Mzumbe) (On Studies)

Department of Information and Communication Technology
Head of Department and Lecturer
Simon Msanjila                 BSc. (Hons) (UDSM), MSc (TuDelft ), Phd (UvA )

Senior Lecturers:
Simon K.M. Njovu               B.Sc.(Hons) (UDSM) M.Sc. (Hull)
Simon Msanjila                 BSc. (Hons) (UDSM), MSc (TuDelft ), Phd (UvA )
Lecturers:
Didas M. N. Mrina              B.Sc. Ed (Hons) (UDSM) Dip. (Plesen), MBA (RVB),
                               (On PhD Studies)

Assistant Lecturers:
Almasi A.S. Maguya             B.Sc.(Hons) (UDSM), MSc. (Lappeenranta University of
                               Technology)
Mercy M. Komba                 Adv. Dipl. (IFM), MSc. (Salford)(On PhD Studies)
Emanuel M. Wambura             BSc. (Hons) (UDSM)
Patrick D. Kihoza              BSc.(Mzumbe) (On studies)

Tutorial Assistants:
Cornel Joachim                 BSc (UDSM) (On Studies)
Morice Daudi                   BSc (Hons) (UDSM) (On studies)
Tupokigwe Isaga                BSc (UDSM)




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11.0 FACULTY OF SOCIAL SCIENCES
   11.1 Introduction
   The Faculty of Social Sciences was established in August 2002, as one of the founding Faculties of
   Mzumbe University. Currently the Faculty offers degrees in Economics and Education.
   The Department of Economics offers a Bachelor of Science (BSc) Degree in Economics. It aspires
   to be a leader in the country in the areas of economic policy planning, and project planning and
   management, and population development. The Department of Economics, jointly with the Centre
   for Population Studies offers a specialization in population studies.
   The Department of Education Foundations and Teaching Management offers three year Bachelor of
   Education Degree Programme. The programme offers a rigorous foundation in the analytical tools
   and applied areas of languages and management, accounts, mathematics, economics, and commerce.
   Its focus is to train teacher trainee to provide teaching services at secondary school and teacher
   training college levels.

   11.2 Specific Faculty Admission Requirements for Different Undergraduate Degree
        Programmes
   Following the University general admission requirement, the following are additional faculty
   specific entry requirements

   11.2.1 Bachelor of Science in Economics
   Direct Entry Qualifications
   At least two principal level passes and one subsidiary in the Advanced Certificate Secondary
   Education (ACSE), from the following subjects: Accountancy, Biology, Chemistry, Commerce,
   Economics, Geography, History and Physics. Such applicant must have a credit in Mathematics at
   either O-level or at least subsidiaty at A-level.


   Equivalent Entry Qualification
   Diploma of at least Second Upper class level in related field from an accredited Institution. In
   addition the applicant should have at least three (3) credits at O-level where one of the credits must
   be in basic mathematics.

   Mature Age Entry Qualification
   Applicant must have obtained at least three (3) credits passes in their Ordinary Certificate of
   Secondary Education, two of which must be Mathematics and English.

   11.2.2   Bachelor of Education in Language and Management (BELM)

   Direct Entry Qualification
   At least two principal level passes and one subsidiary in Advanced Certificate Secondary Education
   (ACSE), preferably form one of the following subjects: English Literature, French, Geography,
   Kiswahili and History.

   Equivalent Entry Qualification.
   Diploma in Education with an average of ‘B’ and above from an accredited higher learning/ teachers
   training college. In addition, an applicant should have at least a subsidiary pass in the Advanced
   Certificate of Secondary Education (ACSE) preferably from one of the following subjects: English,
   Literature, French, Geography, Kiswahili and History.


   Mature Age Entry Qualification
   Applicants must have obtained at least three (3) credits passes in their Ordinary Certificate of
   Secondary Education, one of which must be English.


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11.2.3 Bachelor of Education in Commerce and Accountancy (BECA)
Direct Entry Qualification
At least two principal level passes and one subsidiary in Advanced Certificate Secondary Education
(ACSE). Where the principals passed do not include Advanced Mathematics, or Bookkeeping, or
Commerce, candidates must have obtained a pass in Mathematics, or Commerce or Book-keeping in
their ordinary Certificate of Secondary Education (‘O’ Level) or its equivalent.

Equivalent Entry Qualification.
Diploma of at least Second Upper in related field from accredited learning institutions. In addition,
an applicant should have at least three (3) credits at O-Level education where one of the credits must
be either in Booking-keeping, Commerce or Mathematics.

Mature Age Entry Qualification
Applicants must have obtained at least three (3) credits in their Ordinary Certificate of Secondary
Education, one of which must be Mathematics, Book-keeping or Commerce.

11.2.4 Bachelor of Education in Economics and Mathematics (BEEM)
Direct Entry Qualification
At least two principal level passes and one subsidiary in Advanced Certificate Secondary Education
(ACSE), preferably from the following subjects: Accountancy, Biology, Chemistry, Commerce,
Economics, Geography, History, Mathematics and Physics.

Equivalent Entry Qualification.
Diploma of at least Second Upper in related field from accredited learning institutions. In addition,
an applicant should have at least three (3) credits at O-Level education where one of the credits
must be in Basic Mathematics.

Mature Age Entry Qualification
Applicants must have obtained at least three (3) credits in their Ordinary Certificate of Secondary
Education, one of which must be Basic Mathematics.

11.3 Undergraduate Degree Programme
11.3.1 BSc. in Economics - Economic Policy & Planning
Programme Objectives
This programme is designed to equip students with analytical knowledge and skills for effective
economic planning and policy formulation and evaluation for government institutions and similar
institutions like banks, central ministries and international financial institutions.

  Programme Structure
                    YEAR 1                                   YEAR 2                              YEAR 3
  Semester I             Semester II       Semester I           Semester II         Semester I    Semester II
  ECO 100                ECO 101           ECO 200              ECO 210                           ECO 300
  Micro                  Macro Economics   Intermediate         Intermediate                      Fiscal/Monetary
  Economics                                Economics I          Economics II                      Accounting &
                                                                                                  Analysis
  QMS 103                 QMS 102          ECO 203              ECO 204                           ECO 310
  Mathematics for         Statistics       Econometrics         Econometrics                      Public/Private
  Economists                               I                    II                       F        Sector
                                                                                         I        Investment
  PUB 125                 ECO 103          ECO 205              ECO 202                  E        ECO 302
  Human Resource          Quantitative     Participatory        Project                  L        International
  Mgt. & Organization     Economics &      Development          Planning &               D        Economics
  Behavior                Computing I      Approaches           Management
  LAW 100                 ACC 184          ECO 207              ECO 208                           ECO 310
  General Principles of   Government       Economic Policy      Economic Policy &                 Quantitative
  Law                     Accounting       & Planning I         Planning II                       Economics &
                                                                                                  Computing II
  COM 101                 DST 100          DST 200              ECO 210


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  Study skills &           Development        International      Research                          Elective
  Business                 Prospectives       Coop &             Methods for
  Communication                               Development        Economists
  10 cps                   10 cps             10 cps             10 cps             10 cps         10 cps

  Electives
  ECO 303              -            Industrial Economics
  ECO 304              -            Agricultural Economics
  ECO 306              -            Transport Economics
  ECO 308              -            Urban Economics
  ECO 309              -            Resource Economics
  BUS 300              -            Enterprise & Business Management
  PUB 323              -            Rural Development
  PUB 324              -            Managerial Skills


11.3.2 BSc. in Economics - Project Planning and Management
Programme Objectives
This programme is designed to equip students with analytical managerial knowledge and skills for
effective project planning and management both in the public and private sector.

  Programme Structure
                     YEAR 1                                YEAR 2                              YEAR 3
Semester I            Semester II          Semester I         Semester II         Semester I      Semester II
ECO 100               ECO 101              ECO 200            ECO 210                             ECO 300
Micro                 Macro                Intermediate       Intermediate                        Fiscal/Monetary
Economics             Economics            Economics I        Economics II                        Accounting &
                                                                                                  Analysis
QMS 103                QMS 102             ECO 203            ECO 204                             ECO 311
Mathematics for        Statistics          Econometric        Econometric                         Agricultural and
Economists                                 I                  II                           F      Rural Finance
                                                                                           I
PUB 125                ECO 103             ECO 205            ECO 209                      E       ECO 312
Human Resource         Quantitative        Participatory      Agricultural                 L       Project
Management. &          Economics &         Development        Planning, Policy             D       Implementation
Organization           Computing I         Approaches         & Development                        & Management
Behavior
LAW 100                ACC 184             ECO 211            ECO 212                              ECO 310
General Principles     Government          Project            Project Planning,                    Quantitative
of Law                 Accounting          Planning           Appraisal and                        Economics &
                                           Appraisal and      Finance II                           Computing II
                                           Finance I
COM 101                DST 100             DST 200            ECO 210
Study skills &         Development         International      Research                             Elective
Business               Prospective         Coop &             Methods for
Communication                              Development        Economists
10 cps                 10 cps              10 cps             10 cps              10 cps           10 cps
  Electives
  ECO 303              -            Industrial Economics
  ECO 306              -            Transport Economics
  ECO 308              -            Urban Economics
  ECO 309              -            Resource Economics
  BUS 300              -            Enterprise & Business Management
  PUB 323              -            Rural Development Management
  BUP 324              -            Managerial Skills




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        11.3.3 BSc. in Economic - Population & Development
        Programme Objectives
        This programme is designed to equip students with analytical knowledge and skills needed in
        population dynamics to solve social economic development problems.

           Programme Structure
                                YEAR 1                                  YEAR 2                                    YEAR 3
       Semester I                Semester II           Semester I          Semester II            Semester I       Semester II
       ECO 100                   ECO 101               ECO 200             ECO 210                                 POP 300
       Micro                     Macro Economics       Intermediate        Intermediate                            Understanding
       Economics                                       Economics I         Economics II                            Population Dynamics
                                                                                                                   II
       QMS 103                     QMS 102             ECO 203              POP 201                                ECO 300
       Mathematics for             Statistics          Econometrics I       Measuring                              Fiscal/Monetary
       Economists                                                           Population                   F         Accounting &
                                                                            Dynamics II                  I         Analysis
       PUB 125                     ECO 103             ECO 205              POP 202                      E          ECO 308
       Human Resource              Quantitative        Participatory        Understanding                L          Urban
       Mgt. & Organization         Economics &         Development          Population Dynamics          D          Economics
       Behavior                    Computing I         Approaches           I

       LAW 100                     ACC 184             POP 200              ECO 204                                 ECO 310
       General Principles of       Government          Measuring            Econometrics II                         Quantitative
       Law                         Accounting          Population                                                   Economics &
                                                       Dynamics I                                                   Computing II
       COM 101                     DST 100             DST 200              ECO 210
       Study skills &              Development         International        Research                                Elective
       Business                    Prospective         Coop &               Methods for
       Communication                                   Development          Economists
       10 cps                      10 cps              10 cps               10 cps                10 cps            10 cps

           Electives
           ECO 303                 -            Industrial Economics
           ECO 306                 -            Transport Economics
           ECO 309                 -            Resource Economics
           BUS 300                 -            Enterprise & Business Management
           PUB 323                 -            Rural Development Management
           PUB 324                 -            Managerial Skills
           ECO 304                 -            Agricultural Economics
           PUB 324                 -            Managerial Skills

        11.3.4 Bachelor of Education - Language and Management
        Programme Objective
        This programme is designed to equip teacher trainees with knowledge and skills both in the English
        language and Management in general, with a view to enabling them to teach effectively and provide
        managerial skills in secondary schools, teachers training colleges and related educational
        institutions.
           Programme Structure
                   Year 1                                               Year 2                                              Year 3
Semester I                    Semester II                  Semester I          Semester II                          Semester I            Semester II
EMA 110                     EMA 112                     EMA 201            EMA 202                             EMA 300                ACC 372
Principle of                Organization                Human Resource     Change                              Industrial Relations   Financial
Management                  Theory                      Management         Management and                      and Labour             Management
                                                        Development        OD interventions                    Legislations
LANG 100                    LANG 101              T     LANG 200           LANG 201                  T         LANG 300               LANG 301
Introduction to             Introduction to       E     English Language   Analysis of Literary      E         English Language II    Analysis of Literary
English Language            Literature            A     I                  Works I                   A                                Works II
                                                  C                                                  C
EDU 100                     EDU 101               H     EDU 200              EDU 204                 H         EDU 300                EMA 306
Principles of               Educational           I     Principles of        Educational             I         Philosophy of          Education Planning
Education                   Psychology            N     Curriculum           Measurement and         N         Education              Management and


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                                               G    Development          Evaluation                G                              Administration
                                                    Teaching
COM 104                   EDU 105              P    EDU 201              EDU 205                   P         EDU 301              EMA 307
Communication Skills      English              R    Educational          Research Methods          R         Sociology of         Organizational and
for Teachers              Language             A    Media and            in Education              A         Education            Administrative
                          Teaching             C    Technology                                     C                              Behaviour in
                          Methods              T                                                   T                              Education
DST 103                   EMA 113              I    EDU 202              EDU 206                   I         EDU 302              EDU 308
Development Studies       Public Policy        C    History of           Education Statistics      C         Economics of         Comparative
for Education                                  E    Education                                      E         Education            Education

ICT 106                   EDU 102                   EDU 203              EDU 207
Introduction to           Child                     Contemporary         Education Career                    Optional Courses     Optional Courses
Information               Development               Issues in            and Counselling
Technology                and Learning              Education
                          Process
12cps                     12cps             12cps   12cps                12cps                   12cps       12cps                12cps

           Optional Courses - Semester I
           EDU 303: Human Rights and Gender Issues in Education
           EDU 304: Pedagogy of Teacher Education
           Optional Courses - Semester II
           EDU 305: Special Education
           EDU 310: Project Analysis Management in Education.

        11.3.5    Bachelor of Education - Commerce and Accountancy
        Programme Objective
        This programme aims at imparting knowledge and skills of commerce and accountancy to teacher
        trainees to enable them to effectively teach in secondary schools, teachers training colleges and
        related educational institutions.
           Programme Structure
                          Year 1                                        Year 2                                          Year 3
           Semester I          Semester II                    Semester I       Semester II                      Semester I       Semester II
          BUS 105           QMS 102                         BUS 220           BUS 250                          BUS 320         BUS 350
          Commerce I        Statistics                      Commerce II       Commerce III                     Commerce        Commerce V
                                                                                                               IV
          QMS 101             ACC 106                       ACC 205               ACC 206                      ACC 305         ACC 306
          Mathematics         Accounting for                Accounting for        Accounting                   Accounting      Accounting for
                              Teachers I                    Teachers II           for Teachers                 for Teachers    Teachers V
                                                                                  III                          IV
                                                    T                                                    T
          EDU 100             EDU 101               E       EDU 200               EDU 204                E     EDU 300          EMA 306
          Principles of       Educational           A       Principles of         Educational            A     Philosophy       Education
          Education           Psychology            C       Curriculum            Measurement            C     of Education     Planning
                                                    H       Development           and                    H                      Management and
                                                    I       Teaching              Evaluation             I                      Administration
          COM 104             BUS 106               N       EDU 201               EDU 205                N     EDU 301          EMA 307
          Communicati         Commerce              G       Educational           Research               G     Sociology of     Organizational
          on Skills for       Teaching                      Media and             Methods in                   Education        and
          Teachers            Methods               P       Technology            Education              P                      Administrative
                                                    R                                                    R                      Behaviour in
                                                    A                                                    A                      Education
          DST 103             ACC 107               C       EDU 202               EDU 206                C     EDU 302          EDU 308
          Development         Accountancy           T       History of            Education              T     Economics        Comparative
          Studies for         Teaching              I       Education             Statistics             I     of Education     Education
          Education           Methods               C                                                    C
          ICT 106             EDU 102               E       EDU 203               EDU 207                E
          Introduction        Child                         Contemporary          Education                    Optional         Optional
          to Information      Development and               Issues in             Career and                   Courses          Courses
          Technology          Learning Process              Education             Counselling

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                       12cps             12cps               2cps      12cps                      12cps            4cps       12cps             12cps
                        Optional Courses - Semester I
                        EDU 303: Human Rights and Gender Issues in Education
                        EDU 304: Pedagogy of Teacher Education
                        Optional Courses - Semester II
                        EDU 305: Special Education
                        EDU 310: Project Analysis and Management in Education

                      11.3.6      Bachelor of Education - Economics and Mathematics
                      Programme Objectives
                      This programme provides teacher trainees with the necessary knowledge in Economics and
                      Mathematics to enable them to effectively teach in secondary schools, teachers training colleges and
                      related educational institutions.


                        Programme Structure
                          Year 1                                        Year 2                                            Year 3
    Semester I                Semester II                    Semester I          Semester II                      Semester I             Semester II
QMS 151                   QMS 251                       QMS 152                QMS 252                        QMS 351                 QMS 352
Mathematics               Mathematics                   Mathematics            Mathematics                    Mathematics             Mathematics
Fundamentals I            Fundamentals II               Fundamentals III       Fundamentals                   Fundamentals V          Fundamentals VI
                                                                               IV
ECO 150                   ECO 151                       ECO 250                ECO 251                        ECO 350                 ECO 351
Macroeconomics for        Macroeconomics                Intermediate           Intermediate                   Economic Planning       Economic Planning
Education                                               Macroeconomics for     Macroeconomic                  for Education I         for Education II
                                                  T     Education              s                          T
                                                  E                                                       E
EDU 100                   EDU 101                 A     EDU 200                     EDU 204               A   EDU 300                 EMA 306
Principles of             Educational             C     Principles of               Educational           C   Philosophy of           Education Planning
Education                 Psychology              H     Curriculum                  Measurement           H   Education               Management and
                                                  I     Development                 and Evaluation        I                           Administration
                                                  N     Teaching                                          N
COM 104                   QMS 103                 G     EDU 201                     EDU 205               G   EDU 301                 EMA 307
Communication             Mathematics                   Educational Media           Research                  Sociology of            Organizational and
Skills for Teachers       Teaching Methods        P     and Technology              Methods in            P   Education               Administrative
                                                  R                                 Education             R                           Behaviour in
                                                  A                                                       A                           Education
DST 103                   ECO 153                 C     EDU 202                     EDU 206               C   EDU 302                 EDU 308
Development Studies       Economics Teaching      T     History of Education        Education             T   Economics of            Comparative
for Education             Methods                 I                                 Statistics            I   Education I             Education
                                                  C                                                       C
ICT 106                   EDU 102                 E     EDU 203                     EDU 207               E
Introduction to           Child Development             Contemporary Issues         Education                 Optional Courses        Optional Courses
Information               and Learning Process          in Education                Career and
Technology                                                                          Counselling

12cps                     12cps                  2cps   12cps                       12cps            4cps     12cps                   12cps

                        Optional Courses - Semester I
                        EDU 303: Human Rights and Gender Issues in Education
                        EDU 304: Pedagogy of Teacher Education.

                        Optional Courses - Semester II
                        EDU 305: Special Education
                        EDU 310: Project Analysis and Management in Education




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    11.4 Graduate Programmes
    11.4.1 Master of Science (MSc) in Economics
    Programme Objectives
    The MSc in Economics is a Master Degree programme that aims at providing balanced and
    rigorous training in modern theories and techniques in economics at postgraduate level. The
    programme involves introducing students to key concepts, ideas, tools and techniques in
    economics providing them with the opportunity to integrate and practice their skills in analysing
    economic issues. The programme aims at producing graduates who are not only well trained in
    theory and application, but also possess the ability to bring their analytical strengths to bear on
    policy-related issues.
    The course aims at providing adequate degree of flexibility by allowing students to opt for areas
    focusing on project management and economic policy.


    Programme Structure
    MSc in Economics (Project Planning and Management)
Semester I                              Semester II                                          Semester III
ECO 501                                 QMS 610
Advanced Micro Economics                Research Methods in Social science
ECO 502                                 ECO 504
Advanced Econometrics                   Project Planning and Analysis




                                                                                                   Dissertation
ECO 503                                 ECO 601
Advanced Macro Economics                Project Implementation and Management
ECO 506                                 ECO 508
Development Economics and               Fiscal/Monetary Analysis
Agricultural Rural Policy
ECO 509
Environmental and Resource Economics                      ELECTIVE

    Elective
    ECO 606:            International Finance for Development
    ECO 608:            Industrial Economics
    ECO 660:            Public/Private Sector Relationship
    BUS 570:            Small Business and Entrepreneurship Management
    MSc in Economics (Economic Policy & Planning)
  Semester I                                         Semester II                                    Semester III
  ECO 501                                            QMS 610
  Advanced Micro Economics                           Research Methods in Social science
  ECO 502                                            ECO 511
  Advanced Econometrics                              Economic Planning and Policy Analysis
                                                                                                                  Dissertation




  ECO 503                                            ECO 602
  Advanced Macro Economics I                         International Economics
  ECO 506                                            ECO 508
  Development Economics and Agricultural Rural       Fiscal/Monetary Analysis
  Policy
  ECO 509
  Environmental and Resource Economics               ELECTIVE (One Subject)

    Elective
    ECO 608:            Industrial Economics
    ECO 606:            International Finance for Development
    ECO 660:            Public/Private Sector Relationship
    BUS 570:            Small Business and Entrepreneurship Management


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11.5 Course Listing
ECO 020: Business Economics (2 credit points)
ECO100: Microeconomics (2 credit points)
ECO 101: Macroeconomics (2 credit points)
ECO 102: Economics (2 Credit Points)
ECO 103: Quantitative Economics and Computing I (2 Credit Points)
ECO 200:Intermediate Economics I (2 credit points)
ECO 201: Intermediate Economics II (2 credit points)
ECO 202: Project Planning and Management (2 credit points)
ECO 203: Econometrics I (2 credit points)
ECO 204:Econometrics II (2 credit points)
ECO 205: Participatory Development Approaches (2 credit points)
ECO 206: Health Economics (2credit points)
ECO 207: Economic Policy & Planning I (2 credit points)
ECO 208: Economic Policy & Planning II (2 credit points)
ECO 209: Agricultural Planning, Policy and Development (2 credit points)
ECO 210: Research Methods for Economists (2 credit points)
ECO 211: Project Planning, Appraisal and Financing I (2 credit points)
ECO 212: Project Planning, Appraisal and Financing II (2 credit points)
ECO 300: Fiscal/Monetary Accounting and Analysis (2credit points)
ECO 301: Public/ Private Sector Investment (2 credit points)
ECO 302: International Economics (2 credit points)
ECO 303: Industrial Economics (2 credit points)
ECO 304: Agricultural Economics (2 credit points)
ECO 306: Transport Economics (2 credit points)
ECO 307: Project Planning and Public Finance (2 credit points)
ECO308: Urban Economics (2 credit points)
ECO 309: Resource Economics (2 credit points)
ECO 310: Quantitative Economics and Computing II (2 credit points)
ECO 311: Agricultural and Rural Finance (2 credit points)
ECO 312: Project Implementation and Management (2 credit points)
ECO 500: Managerial Economics (2 credit points)
ECO 501: Advanced Microeconomics (2 credit points)
ECO 502: Advanced Econometrics (2 credit points)
ECO 503: Advanced Macroeconomics (2 credit points)
ECO 504: Project planning and Analysis (2credit points)
ECO 506: Development Economic (2 credit points)
ECO 509: Environmental and Resource Economics (2 credit points)

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ECO 510: Project Management and Public Finance (2 credit points)
ECO 530: Cooperate Banking (2 credit points)
ECO 540: International Trade Finance (2 credit points)
ECO 601: Project Implementation and Management (2credit points)
ECO 602: International Economics (2 credit points)
ECO 660: Public and Private Sector Relationships (2 credit points)
ECO 710: Development Policy Analysis (2 credit points)
ECO 750: Health Care Economics (2 credit points)
ECO 790: Health Care Planning (2 credit points)
POP 200: Measuring Population Dynamics I (2 credit points)
P0P 201: Measuring Population Dynamics II (2 credit points)
POP 202: Understanding Population Dynamics I (2 credit points)
POP 300: Understanding Population Dynamics II (2 credit points)
COM 050: Business Communication (2 credit points)
COM 070: Communication Skills for Law (2 credit points)
COM 100: Communication Skills (2 credit points)
COM 101: Study Skills and Business Communication (2 credit points)
COM 102: Intensive Grammar (2 credit points)
COM 103: Communication Skills for Law (2 credit points)
EDU 100: Principles of Education (2 credit points)
LANG 100: Introduction to English Language (2 credit points)
EDU 102: Child Development and Learning Process (2 credit points)
EDU 103: Commerce Teaching Methods (2 credit points)
EDU 105: English Language Teaching Methods (2 credit points)
EMA 110: Principles of Management (2 credit points)
EMA 112: Organization Theories (2 credit points)
EMA 113: Public Policy (2 credit points)
ECO 150: Microeconomics (2 credit points)
ECO151: Macroeconomics (2 credit points)
EDU 106: Mathematics Teaching Methods (2 credit points)
EDU 107: Economics Teaching Methods (2 credit points)
EDU 200: Principles of Curriculum Development and Teaching (2 credit points)
LANG 200: English Language I (2 credit points)
EDU 201: Education Media, Technology and Distance Learning (2 credit points)
EMA 201: Human Resource Management and Development (2 credit points)
LANG 201: Analysis of Literary Works I (2 credit points)
EDU 202: History of Education (2 credit points)
EMA 202: Change Management and OD Interventions (2 credit points)

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EDU 203: Contemporary Issues In Education (2 credit points)
EDU 204: Education Measurement and Evaluation (2 credit points)
EDU 205: Research Methods in Education (2 credit points)
EDU 206: Educational Statistics (2 credit points)
EDU 207: Education, Career Guidance and Counseling (2 credit points)
ECO 250: Intermediate Microeconomics for Education (2 credit points)
ECO 251: Intermediate Macroeconomics (2 credit points)
LANG 300: English Language II (2 credit points)
EDU 300: Philosophy of Education (2 credit points)
LANG 301: Analysis of Literary Works II (2 credit points)
EDU 301: Sociology of Education (2 credit points)
EDU 302: Economics of Education (2 credit points)
EDU 303: Human Rights and Gender Issues in Education (2 credit points)
EDU 304: Pedagogy of Teacher Education (2 credit points)
EDU 305: Special Education (2 credit points)
EMA 306: Education Planning, Management and Administration (2 credit points)
EMA 307: Organizational and Administrative Behavior in Education (2 credit points)
EDU 308: Comparative Education (2 credit points)
EDU 310: Education Project Analysis and Management (2 credit points)
ECO 350: Economic Planning I (2 credit points)
ECO351: Economic Planning II (2 credit points)


11.6 Faculty Staff
Faculty Dean and Associate Professor
                                               Vacant

Associate Dean and Senior Lecture
Dr Jeremiah N. Kirway ADCA (IDM), MBA (RVB,Delft), PGD ( ISS), Ph.D (SUA)

Academic Staff List:

Department of Economics

Head of Department and Senior Lecturer

Dr. Charles S. Tundui               ADEP (IDM), Cert.(UNCRD) MSc. (Bradford)
                                    PhD ( (Kwazulu Natal)

Professors:
Joseph A. Kuzilwa                   B.A (UDSM), PGD (Lancaster), M.A. (Lancaster),
                                    PhD (Illinois),
Estomih J.A. Nkya                   M.Sc. (Bucharest), M.A. (Carleton), PhD.(Pittsburgh)
                                    (On contract)




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Associate Professors
Enock J.M. Wiketye            B.A. (UDSM), M.A.(UDSM),PhD. (Washington State),
                              (On contract)
Joseph A. Nagu                B.A (UEA), MSc.(Tennessee) Ph.D.(Tennessee), (On contract)

Senior Lecturers:
Mushi E.K.                    B.A. (UDSM), PGD (EastAnglia), MA.(East Anglia),
                              (On contract)
Nelson Ngilangwa               ADEP (IDM), MSc.(Bradford)
Divina L.Shio                 ADEP (IDM), MA.(ISS), (On Ph.D studies)
Philbert Rutebinga            BA (UDSM), MSc. (Bradford)(sick leave)
Salvius J. Mbano              ADEP (IDM), MSc. (Bradford), Cert. (Bradford),
                              (On PhD Studies)
Aggrey Kihombo                BA. (UDSM), MA. (UDSM), PhD (Brandeis)
Aurelia N. Kamuzora           Dip. Ed. (Dar es Salaam, TTC), ADEP (IDM), MSc.(Agder),
                               PhD (Groningen)
Harold Utouh                  B.A. (Havana), PGD (Havana), MA. (Havana)

Lecturers
Jennifer Sesabo               ADEP (IDM), MSc. (Agricultural University of Norway),
                              PhD (Hamburg)

Diodorus Kamala               ADEP (IDM), MSc. (Lincolnshire), MSc. (Bradford)
                              (On leave of absence)
Anne R. Mwakibete             ADEP (IDM), Adv .Dip. (Adger), MBA (Agder)
Christina Shitima             ADEP (IDM), Adv .Dip. (Adger), MBA (Agder),
                              PGD (Maastricht)
Mursali. A. Milanzi           ADEP (IDM), MSc. (Agricultural University of Norway),
                              (On PhD Studies)
Romanus L. Dimoso             Cert. (Kibosho Philosophicum), Dip. (Kipalapala
                              Theologicum),
                              B.A. (Urbanian), B.A. (UDSM), MA. (UDSM), PhD.
                              (Wageningen).

Assistant Lecturers:
Tumaini M. Katunzi            BSc. (SUA), MBA (Lincoln), (On Secondment)
Muhajir A. Kachwamba          ADEP (IDM), MBA (Agder), (On PhD Studies)
Thobias E. Nsindagi           ADEP (IDM), MBA (Agder),
Robert Lihawa                 ADEP (IDM), PGD (Maastricht), M.A, (East Anglia)(On PhD
                                      studies)
Fred R. Rwechungura           BSc. (SUA), MSc. (Bradford), (On PhD Studies)
Bonaventure Amri              B.A. (UDSM), MSc. (Bradford), (on PhD studies)
Proscovia P. Kamugisha        BSc. (SUA), MSc. (SUA), (On PhD studies)


Department of Languages and Communication Studies

Head of Department and Senior Lecturer

George Shumbusho              BA.Ed.(UDSM), MA. (Warwick), PhD (Western Cape)

Senior Lecturers:
Mr. Nazar Sola                Dip. Ed. (Marangu TTC), B.A. Ed. (UDSM),
                              PGD (Birmingham)
                              M.A. (Manchester),



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      Lecturer
      Dominik T. Msabila                 B.Ed. (UDSM), MA. Ed. (UDSM)

      Assistant Lecture
      Estomihi K. Merisali               BA. Ed. (Bethany College ,)MA Ed. (UDSM) (On leave of
                                         absence)
      Amba T. Oyugi                      BA (UDSM), PGDE (Vatican), MA (Vatican)
      Maria Kanigi                       BA. (UDSM), MA. (UDSM), (On PhD Studies (UNISA)

      Center for Population Studies

      Head of Centre and Senior Lecturer
      Jeremiah N. Kirway              ADCA (IDM), MBA (RVB,Delft), PGD ( ISS), Ph.D (SUA)

      Associate Professors:
      Damas S.R. Muna                    B.A (UDSM), PGD (Manchester), MA. (Kent),
                                         MA. (UDSM), (On contract)

      Department of Education Foundations & Teaching Management

      Ag. Head of Department and Lecturer

      Dominick T. Msabila                B.Ed. (UDSM), MA. Ed. (UDSM)

      Assistant Lecturer
      Perpetua J. Kalimasi               BA. Ed. (UDSM), MBA (UDSM), (On PhD Studies)

      Tutorial Assissitants
      Harun Machumu                      BA. Ed. (UDSM), (On further Studies)
      Bryson Kinyaduka                   Cert. Ed. (Tabora TTC), Dipl. Ed. (Mpwapwa TTC).

                                         BA.Ed. (UDSM) (On further Studies)

12.0 INSTITUTE OF DEVELOPMENT STUDIES
    12.1 Introduction
    The Institute of Development Studies (IDS) was established in line with Mzumbe University by the
    Mzumbe University Charter of 2007 made under Section 25 of Universities Act No.7 of 2005 which
    repealed Mzumbe University Act No. 21 of 2001. As a university organ, IDS is responsible for
    teaching, conducting research and development interventions, offering advisory services and
    undertaking publications on various development issues.

    12.2 The Objectives of the Institute
    The overall objective of the Institute of Development Studies is to provide conducive environment
    for generating, propagating and preserving knowledge about development issues in Tanzania, Africa
    and other developing countries.

    12.3 Programme offered by Institute of Development Studies
    12.3.1 Overview
    IDS offers development studies courses to both undergraduate and graduate students. All
    undergraduate students must take a Development Studies course in the first year of studies.
    Currently the Institute does not offer its own degree programme at undergraduate level but it offers
    Master of Science degree programmes in Develoment Policy (MSc DP) and Environmental
    Management (MSc EM). In addition, the institute offers Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in
    Development Studies.

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12.3.2     MSc (Development Policy) programme
            Programme Objectives
Formulation of development policies is one of the continuous functions of any manager in
government or non–governmental development actors. MSc (Development Policy) programme
offers an opportunity (but not limited) to officers of the policy and planning divisions of the central
government, administrative officers, planning officers, statisticians, economists, policy makers and
analysts, demographers, monitoring and evaluation officers and development programme/project
officers.
  Programme structure
                                YEAR 1
                                                                          YEAR 2
         Semester I                           Semester II
          DST 640                              DST 730
     Development Theory              Development Policy and Poverty
                                               Reduction
          DST 630                              DST 740
   Development Policy and            Gender and Development Policy




                                                                            DISSERTATION
      Practice Analysis
          DST 610                                DST 650
        Governance                      Participatory Development
                                                 Planning
          ECO 660                                DST 620
      Public and Private             Project Planning, Monitoring and
     Sector Relationship                        Evaluation
           DST 680
   Social Science Research                     ELECTIVE
   in Development Studies

   ELECTIVES
   DST 600:              International Relations
   DST 720:              Environment Management
   ICT 501:              ICT for Development

12.3.3     MSc (Environmental Management)
  Programme Objectives
The general objective of this Master’s programme is to qualify young professionals for a career in
the area of environmental management. The program aims at producing graduates with capability to
constructively engage in complex environmental concerns that confront contemporary societies. It
emphasizes on the integration of theory and practice and provides interdisciplinary ground in
sustainability, environmental management, impact assessment, auditing and policy.

The programme is open to graduates from a wide range of background and experience. It caters for
both mid-career professionals wishing to gain a postgraduate qualification, upgrade and extend skills
and knowledge, or move into the environmental field, and suitably qualified graduates from cognate
fields.

              Programme structure
                                  YEAR 1
                                                                                           YEAR 2
            SEMESTER 1                          SEMESTER 2
                                                   ECO 603
               DST 640
                                         Environmental Resource Use and
         Development Theories
                                              Economic Efficiency
              DST 660                              DST 670




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         Global Environmental           Environment and Sustainable
              Concerns                         Development


            DST 710
                                                 ML 540
     Managing Disaster in
                                      Legal Aspects of Environmental




                                                                              DISSERTATION
    Environmental Resource
                                              Management
           Utilisation
            DST 680                               DST 620
   Social Science Research in         Project Planning, Monitoring and
     Development Studies                         Evaluation
            DST 760
                                              ELECTIVE(S)
   Waste Disposal Management

   ELECTIVES
   DST 690:         Environmental Auditing
   DST 750:         Environmental Ethics
   DST 770:         Land and Water Resources Management
   PUB 537:         Managerial and Leadership Skills

12.3.4     PhD in Development Studies
Programme Objectives
IDS offers Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) programme in Development Studies whose purpose is
promote research based on independent and original thinking as well as to foster excellence in the
area of development and other growth drivers. The programme aims at developing a “knowledge
pool” that will critically analyse practical solutions to development issues in African countries and
other developing nations.

Since development studies is both interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary in nature, applicants for
PhD in Development Studies may specialise in different areas such as governance and development,
health and development, education and development, agriculture and development, gender and
development, environment, population and development, politics and development policy analysis,
rural development as well as law and development.

Full time candidates are expected to complete their programme in a minimum of three (3) years and
a maximum of six (6) years. Part time candidates will have a maximum of eight (8) years to
complete the programme.

12.4 Course Listing
DST 010: Introduction to Rural Development (2 credit points)
DST 020: Introduction to Development Perspectives (2 credit points)
DST 100: Development Perspectives (2 credit points)
DST 101: Introduction to International Cooperation (2 credit points)
DST 103: Development Studies for Education (2 credit points)
DST 200: International Cooperation and Development (2 credit points)
DST 201: Introduction to International Relations (2 credit points)
DST 300: Environment Management and Gender Perspectives in Development (2 credit points)
DST 600: International Relations (4 credit points)
DST 610: Governance (4 credit points)
DST 620 Project Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation (4 credit points)
DST 630: Development Policy and Practice Analysis (4 credit points)
DST 640: Development Theories (4 credit points)
DST 650: Participatory Development Planning (4 credit points)
DST 660: Global Environmental Concerns (4 credit points)
DST 670: Environment and Sustainable Development (4 credit points)
DST 680: Social Science Research in Development Studies (4 credit points)
DST 690: Environmental Auditing (4 credit points)

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DST 710: Managing Disaster in Environmental Resource Utilisation (4 credit points)
DST 720: Environment Management (4 credit points)
DST 730: Development Policy and Poverty Reduction (4 credit points)
DST 740: Gender and Development Policy (4 Credit points)
DST 750: Environmental Ethics (4 credit points)
DST 760: Waste Disposal Management (4 credit points)
DST 770: Land and Water Resources Management (4 credit points)


12.5 Institute’s Academic Staff
  Director and senior Lecturer
  Dr. Iddi I.A.M Makombe                     BA.Ed.(Hons) (UDSM), M.A. Educ (UDSM), Dlit et
                                             Phil(Dev Studies) (UNISA)

  Associate Director and Lecturer
  Adolf F. Makauki                           BSc. (SUA), MSc. (SUA), MA (SUA)


  Centre for Environment, Poverty and Sustainable Development

  Head of Centre and Lecturer
  Vanosa A. Mushi                            BSc (SUA.), PGD (UDSM), MA. (SUA)


  Associate Professors
  Leonard .J. Shio                           BA.Ed) (Hons) (UDSM.), M.A. (UDSM),
                                             (On contract)

  Lecturers
  Ashatu Hussein                             ADEP (IDM), MSc. (University of Agder), (On PhD
                                             Studies)

  Assistant Lecturers
  Theobald F. Theodory                       BA (Hons) (UDSM.), M.A. (UDSM)
  Norbert J. Ngowi                           BSc. Ed (Hons) (UDSM), MSc.(Addis Ababa)

  Assistant Research Fellow
  Nicolaus J. Kavana                         MD (USSR), DAP (Malaysia), MSc. (Malaysia) (On
                                             PhD Studies)

  Department of Development Policy

  Head of Department and Lecturer
  Dr. Boniface E.S. Mgonja                   ADPA (IDM-Mzumbe), BA (Global University), MA
                                             (Meiji), Ph.D (Alberta)

  Lecturers
  Elizabeth Lulu Genda                       Dip. Ed. (Korogwe TTC), BA. Ed. (UDSM), MA
                                             (UDSM) (On PhD Studies)
  Mrisho M. Malipula                         BA (Hons) (UDSM), MA (UDSM)
  Moses J. Ndunguru                          BA. Ed.(Hons) (UDSM), MSc. (IHS, Erasmus
                                             University)

  Centre for Rural Development

  Head of Centre and Assistant Lecturer

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      Athanas A. Ngalawa                          B.A. (Hons) (UDSM), M.A. (UDSM)

      Associate Professors
      Faustine R. Kamuzora                        BSc. (SUA), MSc.(NCA & T State University), Ph.D (
                                                  Bradford )

      Lecturers
      Adolf F. Makauki                            BSc. (SUA), MSc. (SUA), MA (SUA)
      Jasmine Tiisekwa                            BA. Ed. (Hons) (UDSM), M.A. (SUA),
                                                  (On Ph.D Studies)
      Vanosa A. Mushi                             BSc. (SUA), PGD (UDSM), M.A. (SUA)
      Mamkwe C. Edward                            Dip. (Ed.) (Kleruu TTC), B.Sc. (SUA), MSc. (SUA)
                                                  (On PhD Studies)

      Centre for Gender Development

      Head of Centre and Assistant Lecturer
      Yona M. Matekere                            Cert. (Nachingwea TTC), Dipl (Ed.) (Mpwapwa
                                                  TTC), BA. Ed. (Hons) (UDSM), M.A. (UDSM)

      Associate Professors
      Eulalia I. Temba                            BA. Ed (Hons) (UDSM), MA (ISS), PhD (UDSM)


13.0 DIRECTORATE OF INFORMATION AND TECHNOLOGY (DICT)
    13.1 Introduction
    The Directorate of Information and Communication Technology (DICT) was created in 2001 after
    the then Institute of Development Management was transformed to a University.

    13.2 Objectives of the Directorate
    The DICT handles all matters related to information and communication technology activities at the
    University. Its major objective is to ensure that the University has the right technology at the
    appropriate time and with a right quantity and quality. It also ensures that the ICT services are
    readily available to users in the University and downtime is minimal. The vision of the Directorate
    of Information and Communication Technology is to facilitate the University with wide access to
    and utilization of Information and Communication Technology and to enhance the position of
    Mzumbe University as center of academic excellence, and its contribution to the sustainable
    development of society by using ICTs. The mission of DICT is to provide technical support related
    to ICT services to all stakeholders of Mzumbe University and its partners.

    13.3 Functions of the Directorate
      (i)      To advise the Mzumbe University (MU) management on the appropriate ICTs to acquire;
      (ii)     To advise the MU management on the acquisition of both hardware and software;
      (iii)    To advise the MU management on the segmentation of the LAN to logical division;
      (iv)     To advise the MU management on the development and maintenance of corporate and
               other databases;
      (v)      To advise the MU management on how to share resources in the LAN;
      (vi)     To train users – students and employees – on new software;
      (vii)    To service and repair computer systems and their peripherals;
      (viii)   To organize and supervise major repair on ICTs in case MU technicians fail to solve the
               problem;
      (ix)     To supervise and monitor the usage of computer equipment in staff offices and students’
               laboratories;


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      (x)      To develop and customize computer software;
      (xi)     To set ICT utilization policy and user guidelines and oversee its implementation;
      (xii)    To develop and maintain MU website;
      (xiii)   To ensure that the MU Local Area Network (LAN) works properly all the time;
      (xiv)    To design and facilitate specialized computer applications courses; and
      (xv)     Any other function as may be directed by the University Management through the Deputy
               Vice Chancellor.




14.0 DIRECTORATE OF RESEARCH, PUBLICATIONS AND POSTGRADUATE STUDIES
    14.1 Introduction
    The directorate was established in August 2002, after taking over the functions of the former
    Departments of Research, Information and Publication, Committee for Field Attachment, and part of
    the duties of the former Directorate of Graduate Studies. This is a policy coordination directorate of
    the University in matters pertaining to research, publications and postgraduate studies.
    14.2 Departments of the Directorate
    The Directorate is structured into three departments: Research and Publications, Postgraduate
    Studies and Field Studies. The Directorate is headed by a Director assisted by three Heads of
    Departments.
    14.3 Functions and Roles
    Functions and roles of the directorate as related to research and publications include coordination of
    the implementation of the University Research and Publication Policy, forging intra and inter-
    institutional collaboration in research, preparation of University research plans and budgets,
    solicitation of research funds, coordination of internal and external dissemination of research
    findings, publication of the University UONGOZI journal, and management of the University
    Publication Foundation.

    The directorate functions related to postgraduate studies include policy coordination of postgraduate
    programmes in terms of quality control and assurance, which include vetting of academic
    programmes and programme structures, coordination of admissions, and ensuring adherence to the
    delivery of approved programmes of study. The various faculties and teaching directorates are
    responsible for operational academic management and administration.

    The functions related to field studies include coordination of practical field studies for undergraduate
    students, solicitation of field study places and placement of students, preparation of budget for field
    studies, and coordination of field study report writing and evaluation by students and their
    supervisors.

    The Directorate of Research, Publications and Graduate Studies under a Director consists of the
    following departments which are headed by Heads of Departments.

      (i)      Research and Publications
      (ii)     Post-graduate Studies
      (iii)    Field Studies

      The overall coordinating functions of the Directorate are:
      (i)   To initiate, stimulate and develop research and publication in the University;
      (ii)  To administer and co-ordinate the admission and registration of post-graduate students
            including Master’s and Doctorate Programmes;
      (iii) To co-ordinate and supervise research work for both undergraduate and graduate students
            in liaison with relevant faculties, institutes and directorates;

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         (iv)     To administer and manage research and publications.
         (v)      To disseminate information through workshops and conferences; and
         (vi)     To co-ordinate, oversee and monitor field studies by all students and or jointly by staff and
                  students.
       14.4 Areas of Research
       The university conducts research on the following broad areas in accordance with the functions set
       out in the Act establishing the Mzumbe University:

         (i)      The government sector including Local Government
         (ii)     The Industrial Sector.
         (iii)    Agro-Industry.
         (iv)     The Service Sector.
         (v)      Environmental Issues.
         (vi)     Population and Development Issues.
         (vii)    Gender and Development Issues.
         (viii)   Systems Thinking.
         (ix)     Information and Communication Technology.

       Besides the aforementioned research areas, both students and Academic Staff are at liberty to
       develop and conduct research in any other areas of their interest.

15.0 DIRECTORATE OF STRATEGIC BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT SERVICES
       15.1 Departments of the Directorate
       The Directorate of Strategic Business Development (SBD) under the Director consists of the
       following departments:
         (i)    Public Service Business
         (ii)   Gender and Environment
         (iii) Longterm Training & International Business
         (iv) Private Sector and Entrepreneurship Business

        The functions of this Directorate include:
        (i)    Market research and development for the University. This includes long-term and short-
               term training programmes, consultancy services and contract research;
        (ii)   Promotion of the University capability, programmes and services within and outside
               Tanzania;
        (iii) Preparation and execution of fund-raising programmes within and outside Tanzania;
        (iv) Advising the University on investments in stock market and government securities;
        (v)    Providing input for the development of University long-term and short-term training
               programmes;
        (vi) Provide market signals for cost control in the production of income generation products
               and services;
        (vii) Development and maintenance of an up-to-date data bank for market developments and
               opportunities in training, consultancy and contract research;
        (viii) Development and maintenance of a cost-effective computerised Management Information
               System (MIS) within the SBD directorate and linked to all the other units of the University
               involved in income generation activities.
16.0   DIRECTORATE OF LIBRARY & TECHNICAL SERVICES
       16.1 Mission Statement of the Library
       The Sub-mission of the Mzumbe University (MU) Library which contributes towards the main MU
       mission is stated as:
        (i)     To support the teaching, research and technological services of the University, and to cater
                for the MU students and other readers’ needs by provision of books, periodicals, journals,
                other relevant materials, and study places;
        (ii) To act as a reservoir/storage of information resources of the University; and

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      (iii)   To provide audio visual aids services to students and academic staff.

    16.2 Departments in the Directorate
    The Directorate has three Departments as follows:
     (i)    Department of Reader Services
     (ii)   Department of Library & Technical Services
     (iii) Department of Library Science and Information Management.

    The Department of Reader Services coordinates all reader services within the library, organizes the
    library stock and coordinates the book circulation. The Head of Department acts as a link between
    the Directorate and book borrowers.

    The Department of Library Technical Services is responsible for book selection, acquisitions and
    processing of all new library materials. Also it deals with the preparation of accessions bulletin,
    evaluation of book stock, automation of the library catalogue and ICT provision. In addition, the
    department provides the bindery services and audio visual aids which support the teaching functions.
    These aids are as follows:
      (i)     The video library (educational film tapes),
      (ii)    Overhead projectors, transparencies,
      (iii) Photographic services,
      (iv) Public address system
    The Department of Library Science and Information Management is responsible for provision of
    reference services to readers, selection, acquisitions and processing of periodicals, journals and
    reference books, and organizing the information in the stacks. It also deals with indexing and
    abstracting services, electronic media search like the CD ROM and other ICT provision.
    16.3 The Library Resources
      The Library collection is geared towards providing materials and audio visual aids to support the
      teaching, learning and research activities of the University. The Library contains one of the best
      and up-to-date book collections in the fields of Management, Administration, Accountancy,
      Business and Economics. The collection currently comprises about 37,000 book volumes catering
      for all the courses conducted at the University. The book collection can be viewed online through
      this web address: http://library.mzumbe.ac.tz. There are about 300 titles of periodicals and
      journals which provide current information in related fields. The library can accommodate 800
      readers at any one time, and has 4 study carrels for students’ use while carrying intensive study.
      The book stock is classified and arranged according to the Dewey Decimal Classification System,
      22nd edition, and catalogued according to the Anglo American Cataloging Rules (AACR2) 2nd ed
      Revised, 2002.
      The library publishes a quarterly accession bulletin as well as a library rules and guide as may be
      required within an academic year. The guide is for distribution to fresh students during the
      orientation week and they are required to read and to abide by library rules and regulations. In
      addition, there is a growing collection of CD-ROMs (Compact Disc Reads Only Memory)
      database services. The CD-ROM Databases are important because they provide up to-date
      information published in various subject areas.


17.0 INSTITUTE OF PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (IPA)
    17.1 The Establishment of IPA
    The Institute of Public Administration of Mzumbe University was established in 2000. It is one of
    the three (3) Institutes of the University which focus on management training, research and advisory
    initiative to meet the political, cultural, social and economic challenges facing people and
    organizations in developing countries in general and the United Republic of Tanzania in particular.
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institutions such as the civil service, local government, donor institutions, civil society organizations
and business organizations.
The University, in recognition of its requirements for the country’s human resource development
including institutional development and management development in terms of preparing and
providing efficient human resources, and upgrade the performance level and efficiency of public and
private agencies and institutions working in the various development fields, established the Institute
of Public Administration.
17.2 Strategic Objectives
In order to achieve the purpose for which it was established, IPA pursues the following strategic
objectives:
  (i)     Provides a forum of exchanging ideas and experiences between public administrators,
          managers, scholars and teachers of management and public administration and other
          stakeholders with a view to finding solutions to organization’s pressing problems.
  (ii)    Promotes short-term management training in areas of management and public
          administration.
  (iii)   Promotes research in public administration and local government management.
  (iv)    Fosters professionalization of public administration and management in Tanzania through
          the organisation of training, workshops, seminars, symposia, short courses and conferences
          on topical issues.
The overall objective of the Institute of Public Administration is to enable the public and the private
sectors achieve high and quality management and administrative performance thereby enhancing
socio-economic development through:-
  (i)     Conducting demand driven training related activities,
  (ii)    Carrying out research to create and document new knowledge, and
  (iii)   Utilizing created knowledge and technology to provide advisory services.
In order to achieve the above vision, mission and strategic objectives, the Institute has three centres,
each with specific roles to play but in a manner, which is mutually supportive. These are: Centre for
Central Government Studies (CCGS), Centre for Local Government Studies (CLGS) and Centre for
Private Sector Studies (CPSS),


17.3 Specific Functions of the Centres
Each Centre performs the following functions:
17.3.1 Research Function
The Institute, through its centres, conducts scientific research in the areas of Public and Private
Sectors Management. In particular it is supposed to:
  (i) Maintain a continuous appraisal of management training needs in the country;
  (ii) Solicit and provide funds for conducting applied research and case writing;
  (iii) Conduct applied research on management and administration in the public and private
          sectors;
  (iv) Develop, publish and disseminate an action research agenda to guide research initiatives for
          determining management and administrative performance problems in the public and
          private sectors in the context of on-going reforms;
  (v)     Write case studies and develop educational materials in the area of management and
          administration based on research findings; and
  (vi)    Use developed case studies and educational materials to train staff in the public and private
          sectors to facilitate improved performance in the social and economic sectors of the
          country.

17.3.2 Short Term Training Function


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      The three centres are there to:
      (i)     Design, implement and evaluate short term professional, demand- driven and practical short
              courses for public and private sectors;
      (ii)    Design, conduct and evaluate internship/ orientation programmes for newly employed civil
              servants and Local Government staff so as to mentor and inculcate into them the necessary
              job knowledge and skills required to enable them perform their jobs effectively and
              efficiently;
      (iii)   Acquire, maintain and make available for use laboratories for dummy experimentation of
              Civil Service and Local Government practical decision-making and operational procedures.
      (iv)    Design, conduct and evaluate seminars, workshops, conferences, symposia to address
              current management and administrative issues of organizations;
      (v)     Develop and publish standard training modules in different areas of management and
              administration of organizations in the public and private sectors;
      (vi)    Disseminate training modules to relevant faculties, institutes and directorates to be included
              in different curricula at appropriate intervals of curricula review; and
      (vii)   Build the capacity of organizations to conduct needs assessment and design appropriate
              interventions to current and future problems.

    17.3.3 Consultancy Function
    The three centres are also supposed to:
      (i)     Provide technical advice and services to government and private institutions on
              performance management systems;
      (ii)    Advice government for informed decision making in areas where performance of its
              departments is indicative of faltering;
      (iii)   Advise Central and Local Government departments, as well as private sector organizations,
              on the best practices to be adopted in order to improve their performance and achieve better
              results;
      (iv)    Help Central and Local Governments to form appropriate code of ethics for public servants.
      (v)     Assist relevant faculties; directorates and institutes to develop new programmes at
              undergraduate and postgraduate levels to respond to current and future needs for human
              resources.

      It is envisaged that the Institute of Public Administration should be working closely with the
      following institutions, among others:
      (i)     The President’s Office, Public Service Management and related commissions;
      (ii)    The President’s Office, Regional Administration and Local Government and related
              Commissions;
      (iii)   Executive Agencies;
      (iv)    Civil Societies;
      (v)     Government Ministries


18.0 INSTITUTE OF CONTINUING EDUCATION (ICE)
    18.1 Introduction
    The Institute of Continuing Education (ICE) was established in 2002. The rationale of forming the
    ICE is founded on the indisputable need for Mzumbe University to engineer and spearhead
    practically based continuous knowledge, skills development and growth of its internal and external
    clients. Accordingly, the ICE is responsible for innovative imagination of practical academic and
    professional knowledge and skills that is evidenced by best performance practices demonstrated by
    improved life-styles of the people. The ICE espouses the philosophy that living is learning and
    learning is living better than before.


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18.2 Vision of ICE
The vision of the Institute of Continuing Education is to be a centre for leadership excellence in the
acquisition, development and preservation of knowledge and skills through innovative continuing
education that is guided by best performance practices, applies appropriate and affordable
technological advances and is demand driven.


18.3 Mission of ICE
The mission of the Institute is to promote and provide opportunities for the acquisition, development
and preservation of knowledge and skills through continuing education by conducting action
oriented research, evidence- based training, consultancy, extension services and by publication.


18.4 ICE Status and Responsibility
The Institute of Continuing Education is a formal structure of the Mzumbe University with a status
equivalent to that of an academic faculty. The Institute is responsible for formulating policy
guidelines and standards in all areas of continuing education and recommending them to the council
of the University. The Institute coordinates the implementation of continuing education activities for
the University through research, consultancy, training, publication and extension services.


18.5 Organisation of ICE
The Institute of Continuing Education is organised under the Deputy Vice-ChancellorAcademic
(DVC-A) of the University. It is structured into twoservice centres and one department namely;
Centre for Part-time Training and Distance Learning; Centre for Advocacy, Human and Civil Rights
Services, and Department of Extension Services. The Institute is managed by a director and three
heads of centres/department.


18.6 The ICE Goals and Functions
The performance of the Institute of Continuing Education is guided by the following goals:-
  (i)    To conduct action oriented research in order to determine and document academic,
         professional and practical needs for continuing education in the country;
  (ii)   To design, conduct and evaluate demand driven short courses, workshops, seminars,
         conferences and symposia;
  (iii) To collect, compile, maintain and advocate performance based best practices in full-time,
         short courses and part-time distance learning courses;
  (iv) To promote the competence of the faculty and non–faculty members of the Mzumbe
         University by designing, implementing and evaluating an appropriate Continuing
         Education Programme;
  (v)    To acquire, make available and accessible modern buildings, facilities and equipment for
         conducting and managing activities of Continuing Education;
  (vi) To develop, field test and consolidate country specific and country relevant approaches of
         enhancing continuing education in Tanzania;
  (vii) To plan, conduct and evaluate advocacy, human and civil rights services to different groups
         particularly the marginalized in the society;
  (viii) To build relevant and appropriate capacity in rural communities and village governments of
         Tanzania;
  (ix) To promote networking, staff exchange and collaboration with other continuing education
         centres, institutes, and universities inside and outside the country as part of continuing
         education; and
  (x)    To generate revenue and contribute to the financial sustainability of the University.

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   18.7 Specific Functions

   Centre for Part-time and Distance Education
   The core function of the Centre for Part-time and Distance Education is to plan, conduct and
   evaluate short courses. In this regard the Centre coordinates short courses organised by the
   University Faculties, Institutes and Directorates by providing technical guidelines in the
   development of curriculum and training materials; providing modern training equipment and
   developing the training capacity of the faculty members through short courses, workshops and
   seminars.
   Further more, the Centre designs, tests and implements innovative approaches to part-time and
   distance education so that those who cannot attend full-time training courses may benefit from part-
   time distance learning programmes.

   Department of Extension Services
   The Department’s functions include designing and implementing technically feasible consultancy
   proposals and advise clients on designing, implementing and evaluating value adding continuing
   education programmes. The Department also designs and conducts action-oriented research in rural
   communities, village governments, public and private organisations to determine needs for
   continuing education. The results of the research are used to design appropriate in-service full-time
   and part-time distance learning programmes. Particular attention is given to building the capacity of
   rural communities and good governance in village governments to fight against ignorance, poverty
   and diseases, especially, HIV/AIDS.
   The Department conducts needs assessment for consultancy and research capacities of the university
   faculty. Based on the identified needs the department designs, conducts and evaluates appropriate
   consultancy and research courses and workshops for the faculty members.

   Centre for Advocacy, Human and Civil Rights Services
   The functions of this Centre address the different rights of the individuals and groups of individuals
   and the way these rights are being granted in the society. The Centre designs and implements
   advocacy programmes on different human and civil rights at individual, household or family,
   community and organization levels. The Centre will always work in collaboration with Civil Rights
   Commissions and Human Rights Groups inside and outside the country.


19.0 THE MZUMBE UNIVERSITY MBEYA CAMPUS COLLEGE
   19.1 Introduction
   Mzumbe University Campus College was established in January, 2011. Its establishment was due
   to high demand for higher education by many Tanzanias especiallly those who had reached
   advanced level of secondary education following the 'Double Cohort' in 2005. The Government
   through the Ministry of Higher Education, Science and Technology directed Higher Learning
   Institutions to admit more students to solve the problem. Mzumbe University implemented it by
   establishing the campus.
   Mzumbe University Mbeya campus college College provides academic activities including teaching,
   training short courses and consultancy for the University.


   19.2 Staff List

     Director and Senior Lecturer


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Mr. Ross E.J. Kinemo             LL.B Hons (UDSM), PGDL (UDSM), LL.M (UDSM)


Associate Director and Assistant Lecturer
Mr. Yohana B. Seme                LL.B Hons (UDSM), LL.M (UDSM)



Academic staff List:

Department of Administrative Studies

Head of Department and Assistant Lecturer
Mr. Yohana B. Seme              LL.B Hons (UDSM), LL.M (UDSM)

Senior Lecturers
Mr. Ross E.J. Kinemo             LL.B Hons (UDSM), PGDL (UDSM), LL.M (UDSM)


Assistant Lecturers

Mr. Albano Lukanga               LL.B (Hons) (UDSM)
Mr. Omary Issa                   Dipl. (Ed.) (DSM), LL.B (Hons) (UDSM),
                                 LL.M (Stockholm University)
Mr Yauleni Zumba                 Bsc. (SUA), MA (SUA)
Ms. Neema Mwalyaguke             Bsc (SUA), MA (SUA)
Ms. Ninga Mwampeta               ADHA (IDM), Msc.(Agder)


Tutorial Assistants
Mr. Kennedy Makafu               LL.B (Mzumbe), (On further leave)
Mr. Daniel Muya                  LL.B (Mzumbe), (On futher studies)
Mr. Ladislaus Rwekaza            LL.B (Mzumbe), (On futher studies)
Mr. Vicent Mtavangu              LL.B (Hons) (UDSM), (On futher studies)
Mr. Luambano Tasco               LL.B (On futher studies)
Mr. Frank Mchomvu                LL.B (Hons) (UDSM)
Mr. Stephen John                 LL.B
Mr. Habib Kamru                  LL.B

Department of Business Studies

Head of Department and Assistant Lecturer
Mr. Eldephonce Ndolomi (Ag)     ADBA (IDM), MBA (Mzumbe)

Assistant Lecturers

Mr. Eldephonce Ndolomi (Ag)      ADBA (IDM), MBA (Mzumbe)

Tutorial Assistants

Mr. Jacob Mpemba                 BAF (Mzumbe)
Mr. Sarikiaeli Borish            BBA (OUT)
Mr. Francis Rilagonya            BAF (Mzumbe), (On futher studies)
Mr. Silverio Nyaulingo           BAF (Mzumbe), (On futher studies)
Mr. Frank Kilima                 BSc (Mzumbe)



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20.0 THE MZUMBE UNIVERSITY DAR ES SALAAM CAMPUS COLLEGE
    20.1 Introduction
    Mzumbe University – Dar es Salaam Campus College was established in January, 2011. In line with
    the Mission of the University, the main purpose of the campus college is basically to offer high
    quality training, research and consultancy. The location of the campus is strategic, since Dar es
    Salaam is the home of many Tanzanians who would like to pursue Masters Degrees that the campus
    offers.
    20.2 Programmes Offered by Mzumbe University Dar es Salaam Campus College
      (i)     Masters in Business Administration (Corporate Management)
      (ii)    Master of Public Administration
      (iii)   Masters of Science in Human Resources
      (iv)    Masters of Science in Marketing
      (v)     Masters of Science in Accounting and Finance
      (vi)    Masters of Science in Procurement and Supply Chain Management

    20.3 School Staff
      Dean and Senior Lecturer
      Andrew Mbwambo                    ADBA (IDM), MBA (IDM), Ph.D (Nairobi)

      Associate Dean and Senior Lecturer
      Mpamila Madale                  ADLA (IDM), PGD (Swansea), Msc. (Swansea), PhD (SUA)

      Department of Administrative Studies

      Head of Department and Senior
      Francis Mwaijande             BA. Ed. (UDSM), PGD (Warwick), M.A. (Wolverhampton)
                                    Ph.D (Arkansas)

      Senior Lecturers:

      Mpamila Madale                    ADLA (IDM), PGD (Swansea), Msc. (Swansea), PhD (SUA)
      Prosper H. Ngowi                  ADEP (IDM), MBA ( Agder )

      Lecturers

      Felician B. Mutarabukwa           BSc. Ed (UDSM), M.Ed-Mgt S(Bolton), PhD (OUT)
      Kanty P. Mtei                     Dip. Ed (Marangu TTC), BA.Ed (UDSM),
                                        MPA(Jackson State University ), PhD (Jackson St. University )
      Lucy Massoi                       ADPA (IDM), MPhil ( (Bergen), (on PhD studies)
      Coretha Komba                     ADEP (IDM),PGD (Maastricht),
                                        M.A. (International University of Japan, (On Phd Studies)
      Darlene K. Mutalemwa              BA(Hons) ( Nottingham), Msc. (LSE), PhD (East Anglia)
      Godbertha Kinyondo                Bsc ( Maryland), MA. (American), PhD (Pretoria)

      Assistant Lecturers
      Mary Rutenge                      BPA (Mzumbe), MSc. (Meiji), (On Phd Studies)
      Venance Shillingi                 BPA (Mzumbe), MBA. (Mzumbe)

      Department of Business Studies

      Head of Department and Senior Lecturer
      Thomas G.J. Magambo           Dip. Ed.(Chang'ombe TTC), ADCA (IDM),
                                    MSc.(Glasgow Caledonian)



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     Professors:
     Chungi Prem Chander             B-COM (Osmania), M-COM (Osmania), M.Phil (Hyderabad),
                                     LLB (Osmania), LLM (Osmania) (On Contract)

     Associate Professors:
      Kweku O. Amaa                  MSc. (Helsinki School), PhD. (Uppasala)(On Contract)

     Senior Lecturers:
     Andrew Mbwambo                  ADBA (IDM), MBA (IDM), PhD (University of Nairobi)
     Evasius Litamu Nchimbi          BA (Hons) Ed, (UEA), MA (Ed) (UEA), CIPS, (On Contract)
     Angelo Rutainurwa               BA (Hons) (UEA), PGD (ISS), MBA (York), (On Contract)

     Assistant Lecturers:
     Terevael Masawe                 ADBA (IDM), MBA (Fairleigh Dickinson)
     Ngemba M.P.R Makuru             BCOM (UDSM), MBA (UDSM)
     Makawa Newa                     ADBA (IDM), MBA (Mzumbe), Msc.(Agder)
     Sarah Mngoya                    ADA (IAA), Msc. (Mzumbe)
     Maige M. Mwakasege              ADPS (CBE), MBA (Mzumbe)
     Marialauda J. Goyayi            Bsc. (UDSM), MBA (UDSM)

     Tutorial Assistants:
     Lusekelo Kasongwa               BAF (Mzumbe), CPA (T)


21.0 THE MEMBERS OF THE SENATE
      1. Prof. J.A. Kuzilwa    -                Chairman, Vice Chancellor,
                                                Mzumbe University
     2. Prof. Magishi Mgasa             -       Deputy Vice Chancellor (Academic)
                                                Mzumbe University
     3. Prof. Faustine R. Kamuzora     -        Deputy Vice Chancellor (Admin and Finance)
                                                Mzumbe University
     4. Eulalia I. Temba               -        Dean, Faculty of Social Sciences,
                                                Mzumbe University
     5. Dr. J. Kimeme                  -        Dean, The Business School
                                                Mzumbe University
     6. Prof. P. Ndunguru              -        Dean, Faculty of Science & Technology
                                                Mzumbe University
     7. Dr. E.G. Mushi,                -        Dean Facult of Law
                                                Mzumbe University
     8. Dr. A. Kihombo                 -        Director, Directorate of Research , Publications
                                                and Post Graduate Studies, Mzumbe University
     9. Mr. A. Maguya                  -        Director, Directorate of Information and
                                                Communication Technology, Mzumbe University
     10. Mrs. M. Kuzilwa               -        Director, Directorate of Library & Technical
                                                Service, Mzumbe University
     11. Dr. I.A.M. Makombe            -        Director, Institute of Development Studies,
                                                Mzumbe University
     12. Prof. Josephat Itika          -        Dean, Faculty of Public and Management,
                                                Mzumbe University
     13.                               Mr. A. Maziku -          Director, Institute of Continuing
                                                Education,
                                                Mzumbe University


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14.                              Mr. Y. Bujiku -            Council Secretary
                                            Mzumbe University
15.                              Dr. E. Matiku -            Director Institute of         Public
                                            Administration,
                                            Mzumbe University
16.                              Dr. Andrew Mbwambo -                 Dean, Mzumbe University
                                            Dar es Salaam Campus College
                                            Mzumbe University
17.                              Mr. Ross Kinemo            -         Director, Mbeya campus
                                            college
                                            Mzumbe University
18.                              Mrs Z. Mwatawala                 -            A        Woman
                                            representative from the Academic Staff
                                            Association, Mzumbe University
19. Mr. Noel P. Mrope            -          Secretary to the Senate,
                                            Mzumbe University
20.                              Mr. M. Mtila                    -             Examination
                                            Officer
                                            Mzumbe University
21.                              Mr. G. Igulu                    -             Mzumbe
                                            University
22.                              Mr. J. Tlegray                  -             Bursar
                                            Mzumbe University
23.                              Mr. E. Kimwaga                     -          Representative of
                                            Non Academic Staff
                                            Mzumbe University
24.                              Mr. J. Sabi                          -                Chief
                                            Internal Auditor
                                            Mzumbe University
25. Ms Winfrida Ngahunga         -          Chief Public Relation Officer
                                            Mzumbe University
26.Mr. Lubambula, M.             -          Director of Loans Distribution Higher Education
                                                  Student’s Loans Board, Dar es Salaam
27.      Dr. Clemence P. Tesha   -          Representative from Bodies, National Board of
                                                  Materials
28. Mr. P. A. Maneno             -          Ag. Executive Director, NBAA, Dar es Salaam
29. Prof. E. Mwaikambo           -          A Women Representative from Private
                                                  Universities, The Hubert Kairuki Memorial
                                                  University, Dar es Salaam
30. Prof. W.S. Abel              -          Director of Higher Education, Ministry of
                                                  Education and Vocational Training, Dar es
Salaam
31.                              -         The Chairman of the Student’s Organization
                                                (MUSO), Mzumbe University
32.                              -         A Student Representative from the Faculty
                                                Commerce, Mzumbe University
33.                              -         A Student Representative from the Faculty of
                                                Public Administration and Management,
                                           Mzumbe University
34.                              -         A Student Representative from the Faculty of
                                                Commerce, Mzumbe University
35.                              -         A Student Representative from the Directorate of
                                                Research    and     Postgraduate    Studies,
                                           Mzumbe University


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36.          -    A Student Representative from the Institute of
                       Development Studies, Mzumbe University
37.          -    A Student Representative from the Faculty of Law,
                  Mzumbe University
38.          -    A Student Representative from the Faculty of
                       Science    and     Technology,      Mzumbe
University
39.          -    Leader from the Mbeya campus college, Mzumbe
                       University
40.          -    Leader from Mzumbe University Dar es Salaam
                       Campus School




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22.0 THE MEMBERS OF THE COUNCIL

     1. Prof. Daniel Joseph Mkude    -   Chairman, P.O. Box 35040
                                         Dar es Salaam

     2.   Mr. Edmund M. Kinwasi,     -   Representative of Ministry of Education and Vocational
                                                  Training
                                         P.O. Box 2645
                                         DAR ES SALAAM

     3. Prof. Joseph A. Kuzilwa      -   Vice Chancellor,
                                         Mzumbe University
                                         P.O. Box 1
                                         Mzumbe - MOROGORO

     4.   Mrs. Rosemary Lulabuka -                Director General
                                         Tanzania Education Authority
                                         P.O. Box 9080
                                         DAR ES SALAAM

     5. Mrs. Blandina Nyoni          -   Permanent Secretary
                                         Ministry of Tourism and
                                         Natural Resources
                                         P.O. Box 9374
                                         DAR ES SALAAM

     6.        -                         Zanzibar Parliament
                                         Representative
                                         P.O. Box 902
                                         Zanzibar

     7.        -                         Member of Parliament,



     8.        -                         Member of Parliament,
                                         Special Seats


     9.   Prof. Gerald C. Monela     -   Vice Chancellor,
                                         Sokoine University of
                                         Agriculture
                                         P.O. Box 3000
                                         MOROGORO

     10. Mr. George Yambesi          -   Principal Secretarty,
                                         Civil Service Department
                                         P.O. Box 2483
                                         DAR ES SALAAM

     11.       Monica Mwamunyange        -         Representative of the
                                         Ministry of Finance
                                         P.O. Box 9111
                                         DAR ES SALAAM

     12.       Mr. Pius A. Maneno        -        Ag. Executive Director
                                         NBAA,
                                         P.O. Box 5128
                                         DAR ES SALAAM

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13.                    -            Representative of the
                            Mzumbe University
                            Academic Staff Association
                            (MUASA); P.O. Box 1
                            MZUMBE - MOROGORO

14.                     -           Representative of RAAWU
                            P.O. Box 1
                            MZUMBE -MOROGORO

15.                    -             Representative of Mzumbe
                            Non-Academic Staff
                            P.O. Box 1
                            Mzumbe

16.                    -              Representative of Mzumbe
                            University Students’
                            Organisation (MUSO)
                            P.O. Box 1
                            MZUMBE-MOROGORO

17.   Mr. Mr. Yona Bujiku   -        Secretary to the Council
                            P.O. Box 1
                            MZUMBE-MOROGORO




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