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UNIVERSITY OF DAR ES SALAAM













POSTGRADUATE PROSPECTUS

2013/2014-2014/2015





















DIRECTORATE OF POSTGRADUATE STUDIES
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Table of Contents
TABLE OF CONTENTS ................................................................................................................................................ II
GENERAL INFORMATION ....................................................................................................................................... VII
A: STUDENT ADMINISTRATION............................................................................................................................... VII
B: MEDICAL SERVICES .............................................................................................................................................. IX
C: DR. WILBERT CHAGULA UNIVERSITY LIBRARY ...................................................................................................... X
OPENING HOURS ..................................................................................................................................................... XI
SENIOR OFFICERS OF THE UNIVERSITY ...................................................................................................................XII
UNIVERSITY OF DAR ES SALAAM COUNCIL MEMBERS ....................................................................................... XXIII
INTRODUCTION TO THE UNIVERSITY OF DAR ES SALAAM ....................................................................................... 1
DIRECTORATE OF POSTGRADUATE STUDIES (DPGS) ................................................................................................ 2
STRUCTURE AND DURATION OF POSTGRADUATE PROGRAMMES .......................................................................... 3
1 GENERAL INFORMATION ....................................................................................................................................................................3
1.1 Submission of Applications .................................................................................................................................................................3
1.2 Application Fees ..................................................................................................................................................................................3
1.3 Coding of Postgraduate Courses .........................................................................................................................................................3
1.4 Entry Qualifications .............................................................................................................................................................................3
1.4.1 Postgraduate diploma .........................................................................................................................................................................3
1.4.2 Masters degree ...................................................................................................................................................................................3
1.4.3 Doctor of Philosophy degree ..............................................................................................................................................................4
1.4.4 Other Requirements ...........................................................................................................................................................................4
1.5 Registration ........................................................................................................................................................................................5
1.6 Intellectual Property Rights Contract ..................................................................................................................................................8
2 COURSEWORK EVALUATION ...............................................................................................................................................................9
3 REGULATIONS ON THESIS/DISSERTATION PHASE .............................................................................................................................10
3.1 GENERAL REGULATIONS ...................................................................................................................................................................10
3.2 NOTICE OF INTENTION TO SUBMIT ............................................................................................................................................................10
3.3 ACADEMIC DISHONESTY ..........................................................................................................................................................................10
4 EXAMINATION OF MASTERS THESES/DISSERTATIONS AND DEGREE AWARDS ................................................................................11
4.1 GENERAL REGULATIONS ...................................................................................................................................................................11
4.2 VIVA VOCE EXAMINATIONS FOR MASTERS DEGREE BY THESIS PROGRAMMES .................................................................................12
4.3 APPEALS ............................................................................................................................................................................................14
5 DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY (Ph.D.) DEGREE ........................................................................................................................................15
5.1 Ph.D. MODES OF REGISTRATION .......................................................................................................................................................15
5.2 Entry Qualifications ...........................................................................................................................................................................15
5.3 General Regulations for Ph.D. by Coursework and Dissertation Programmes ..................................................................................15
5.4 Registration of Ph.D. Candidates ......................................................................................................................................................16
5.5 Submission of a Ph.D. Thesis/Dissertation ........................................................................................................................................17
5.6 Examination of Theses/Dissertations and Award of a Ph.D. Degree .................................................................................................18
5.7 Viva voce Examination for Ph.D. Candidates.....................................................................................................................................18
6 HIGHER DOCTORATE DEGREES .........................................................................................................................................................21
6.1 Definition ..........................................................................................................................................................................................21
6.2 Eligibility for Candidacy .....................................................................................................................................................................21
6.3 Application for Candidacy .................................................................................................................................................................21
6.4 Submission of Published Works and Examinations ...........................................................................................................................22
6.5 Higher Doctorate Award ...................................................................................................................................................................22
7 OCCASIONAL STUDENTS ...................................................................................................................................................................22
7.1 Definition ..........................................................................................................................................................................................22
7.2 Entry Requirements...........................................................................................................................................................................22
8 SHORT-TERM STUDENTS ...................................................................................................................................................................23
8.1 Definition ..........................................................................................................................................................................................23
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8.2 Entry Requirements...........................................................................................................................................................................23
9 SANDWICH PROGRAMMES ...............................................................................................................................................................24
10 ENQUIRIES ABOUT POSTGRADUATE STUDIES ...................................................................................................................................24
UNIVERSITY OF DAR ES SALAAM FEE STRUCTURE ................................................................................................. 26
1.0 FEE STRUCTURE FOR TANZANIAN STUDENTS ...................................................................................................................................26
1.1 Direct University Costs ......................................................................................................................................................................26
1.2 Tuition Fee for Postgraduate Diploma, Master and Ph.D. Programmes ...........................................................................................26
1.3 Direct Student Costs (Payable direct to the student) .........................................................................................................................26
1.4 Research Funds .................................................................................................................................................................................27
1.5 Clarification on Research Funds ........................................................................................................................................................27
1.6 BANK DETAILS ...................................................................................................................................................................................27
2.0 FEE STRUCTURE FOR FOREIGN STUDENTS ........................................................................................................................................28
2.1 Direct University Costs ......................................................................................................................................................................28
2.2 Tuition Fee for Postgraduate Diploma, Master and Ph.D. Programmes ...........................................................................................28
2.3 Direct Student Costs (Payable direct to the student) .........................................................................................................................28
2.4 Research Funds .................................................................................................................................................................................29
2.5 Clarification on Research Funds ........................................................................................................................................................29
2.6 BANK DETAILS ...................................................................................................................................................................................29
COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SOCIAL SCIENCES (CASS) .................................................................................................. 30
DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMICS ............................................................................................................................... 33
DEPARTMENT OF FINE AND PERFORMING ARTS .................................................................................................... 35
DEPARTMENT OF HISTORY ..................................................................................................................................... 38
MASTER OF ARTS IN HERITAGE MANAGEMENT (M.A. HERITAGE MANAGEMENT) ................................................ 39
DEPARTMENT OF FOREIGN LANGUAGES AND LINGUISTICS ................................................................................... 41
DEPARTMENT OF GEOGRAPHY .............................................................................................................................. 42
DEPARTMENT OF LITERATURE ............................................................................................................................... 46
DEPARTMENT OF SOCIOLOGY ................................................................................................................................ 47
DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS ................................................................................................................................. 50
DEPARTMENT OF POLITICAL SCIENCE AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION .................................................................. 51
MASTER OF ARTS IN POLITICAL SCIENCE ................................................................................................................ 51
MASTER OF ARTS IN PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION ...................................................................................................... 53
DEMOGRAPHIC TRAINING UNIT ............................................................................................................................. 60
INFORMATION STUDIES PROGRAMME .................................................................................................................. 61
COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY (COET) ......................................................................................... 64
DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION AND GEO-TECHNICAL ENGINEERING ........................................................... 71
POSTGRADUATE DIPLOMA IN CIVIL ENGINEERING WITH SPECIALIZATION IN TRANSPORTATION ENGINEERING ............................................72
MASTER OF SCIENCE IN HIGHWAY ENGINEERING ............................................................................................................................................72
DEPARTMENT OF WATER RESOURCES ENGINEERING ............................................................................................ 73
POSTGRADUATE DIPLOMA IN CIVIL ENGINEERING WITH SPECIALIZATION IN WATER RESOURCES ENGINEERING 74
MASTER OF SCIENCE IN WATER RESOURCES ENGINEERING................................................................................... 75
MASTER IN INTEGRATED WATER RESOURCES MANAGEMENT (MIWRM ............................................................... 76
MASTER IN INTEGRATED SANITATION MANAGEMENT (MISM) ............................................................................. 79
DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING ......................................................................................................... 80
POSTGRADUATE DIPLOMA IN ELECTRICAL POWER ENGINEERING ...................................................................................................................80
MASTER OF SCIENCE IN POWER ELECTRONICS AND ELECTRICAL DRIVES .........................................................................................................81
MASTER OF SCIENCE IN POWER SYSTEMS AND HIGH VOLTAGES......................................................................................................................81
DEPARTMENT OF MECHANICAL AND INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING .......................................................................... 82
POSTGRADUATE DIPLOMA IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING..............................................................................................................................82
POSTGRADUATE DIPLOMA IN ENGINEERING MANAGEMENT ...........................................................................................................................83
MASTER OF SCIENCE IN PRODUCTION ENGINEERING .......................................................................................................................................86
MASTER OF SCIENCE IN ENERGY ENGINEERING ................................................................................................................................................87
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MASTER OF ENGINEERING MANAGEMENT (PROJECT MANAGEMENT) ............................................................................................................88
MASTER OF ENGINEERING MANAGEMENT (INDUSTRIAL AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY MANAGEMENT) ...............................................89
MASTER OF ENGINEERING MANAGEMENT (TECHNO-ENTREPRENEURSHIP) ....................................................................................................89
MASTER OF SCIENCE IN RENEWABLE ENERGY ..................................................................................................................................................90
DEPARTMENT OF CHEMICAL AND MINING ENGINEERING ..................................................................................... 93
POSTGRADUATE DIPLOMA IN ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING .......................................................................................................................93
MASTER OF SCIENCE IN CHEMICAL ENGINEERING ............................................................................................................................................94
COLLEGE OF INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES (COICT) .................................................... 95
DEPARTMENT OF COMPUTER SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING ................................................................................... 95
DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRONICS AND TELECOMMUNICATIONS ENGINEERING ...................................................... 98
COLLEGE OF NATURAL AND APPLIED SCIENCES (CONAS) ....................................................................................103
POSTGRADUATE DIPLOMA IN SCIENTIFIC COMPUTING .................................................................................................................................. 104
MASTER OF SCIENCE IN APPLIED ZOOLOGY ................................................................................................................................................... 110
MASTER OF SCIENCE IN BIODIVERSITY CONSERVATION ................................................................................................................................ 111
MASTER OF SCIENCE IN BIOLOGY .................................................................................................................................................................... 112
MASTER OF SCIENCE IN APPLIED BOTANY (M.Sc. Appl. Bot.) .......................................................................................................................... 113
MASTER OF SCIENCE IN PHYSICS ..................................................................................................................................................................... 116
MASTER OF SCIENCE IN MATHEMATICAL MODELLING ................................................................................................................................... 117
MASTER OF SCINECE IN MATHEMATICS .......................................................................................................................................................... 118
MASTER OF SCIENCE IN CHEMISTRY BY THESIS ONLY .................................................................................................................................... 121
MASTER OF SCIENCE IN CHEMISTRY BY COURSE WORK AND DISERTATION PROGRAMME ............................................................................ 121
MASTER OF SCIENCE WITH EDUCATION (CHEMISTRY) .................................................................................................................................... 122
MASTER OF INTEGRATED ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT (MIEM) .................................................................130
THE UNIVERSITY OF DAR ES SALAAM BUSINESS SCHOOL (UDBS) ........................................................................133
POSTGRADUATE PROGRAMMES OFFERED BY UDBS ............................................................................................133
I) MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (MBA) .....................................................................................134
A. MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (FULL TIME) ............................................................................135
B. MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (EVENING) ..............................................................................139
C. MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (EXECUTIVE) ...........................................................................142
II) MASTER OF ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND ENTERPRISE DEVELOPMENT (MEED) .........................................147
III) MASTER OF INTERNATIONAL TRADE (MIT)..............................................................................................149
IV) MASTER OF INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS (MIB) ........................................................................................152
V) MASTER OF SCIENCE IN INTERNATIONAL TRANSPORT AND LOGISTICS ..................................................155
POSTGRADUATE DIPLOMA PROGRAMMES OFFERED BY UDBS ............................................................................157
POSTGRADUATE DIPLOMA IN MICROFINANCE (PGDMF) .....................................................................................157
POSTGRADUATE DIPLOMA IN ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND ENTERPRISE DEVELOPMENT (PGDEED) ......................159
UNIVERSITY OF DAR ES SALAAM SCHOOL OF EDUCATION ..................................................................................162
UNIVERSITY OF DAR ES SALAAM SCHOOL OF LAW ..............................................................................................169
A. POSTGRADUATE DIPLOMA IN LAW (PGDL) .......................................................................................................169
B. SPECIALIZED POSTGRADUATE DIPLOMA IN LAW (SPGDL) ....................................................................................170
A. MASTER OF ARTS IN REVENUE LAW AND ADMINISTRATION (M.A. RLA) .................................................170
B. TAUGHT LL.M ..........................................................................................................................................172
C. TAUGHT LL.M. IN COMMERCIAL AND CORPORATE LAW .........................................................................172
D. TAUGHT LL.M. IN TAXATION ....................................................................................................................174
E. TAUGHT LL.M. IN MIGRATION AND REFUGEE LAW .................................................................................175
F. TAUGHT LL.M. IN PROCEDURAL LAW AND INTERNATIONAL LEGAL PRACTICE ........................................176
DEGREE OF DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY ..................................................................................................................178
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SCHOOL OF JOURNALISM AND MASS COMMUNICATION ...................................................................................180
POSTGRADUATE PROGRAMMES OFFERED BY SJMC ............................................................................................180
POSTGRADUATE DIPLOMA IN MASS COMMUNICATION ................................................................................................................................ 180
MASTER OF ARTS IN MASS COMMUNICATION ............................................................................................................................................... 183
INSTITUTE OF DEVELOPMENT STUDIES ...............................................................................................................185
MASTER OF ART IN DEVELOPMENT MANAGEMENT ....................................................................................................................................... 186
MASTER OF ARTS IN GENDER STUDIES ........................................................................................................................................................... 187
DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY (Ph.D.) .................................................................................................................................................................... 188
THE INSTITUTE OF KISWAHILI STUDIES (IKS) ........................................................................................................190
M.A. KISWAHILI BY COURSE WORK AND DISSERTATION ......................................................................................190
M.A. KISWAHILI BY THESIS ....................................................................................................................................191
DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY PH.D IN KISWAHILI BY THESIS ......................................................................................191
INSTITUTE OF MARINE SCIENCES (IMS)................................................................................................................194
MASTER OF SCIENCE IN MARINE SCIENCES BY COURSEWORK AND DISSERTATION ............................................195
M.SC. MARINE SCIENCES BY THESIS ......................................................................................................................198
DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY PH.D. IN MARINE SCIENCES BY THESIS ........................................................................198
INSTITUTE OF RESOURCE ASSESSMENT (IRA) ......................................................................................................199
POSTGRADUATE PROGRAMMES OFFERED BY IRA ...............................................................................................199
MASTER OF SCIENCE IN NATURAL RESOURCE ASSESSMENT AND MANAGEMENT ...............................................199
MASTER OF SCIENCE IN CLIMATE CHANGE AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT (MSC.CC & SD) ..........................200
Ph.D. Programme ........................................................................................................................................................................................ 204
STAFF LIST.............................................................................................................................................................205
COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SOCIAL SCIENCES (CASS) ................................................................................................205
OFFICE OF THE PRINCIPAL ............................................................................................................................................................................... 205
DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMICS ....................................................................................................................................................................... 205
DEPARTMENT OF FINE AND PERFORMING ARTS ............................................................................................................................................ 206
DEPARTMENT OF FOREIGN LANGUAGES AND LINGUISTICS ........................................................................................................................... 207
DEPARTMENT OF GEOGRAPHY ....................................................................................................................................................................... 208
DEPARTMENT OF HISTORY .............................................................................................................................................................................. 210
DEPARTMENT OF LITERATURE ........................................................................................................................................................................ 211
DEPARTMENT OF POLITICAL SCIENCE AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION ........................................................................................................... 212
PHILOSOPHY UNIT ........................................................................................................................................................................................... 213
DEPARTMENT OF SOCIOLOGY & ANTHROPOLOGY ......................................................................................................................................... 213
DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS .......................................................................................................................................................................... 214
COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY (COET) .......................................................................................215
DEPARTMENT OF STRUCTURAL AND CONSTRUCTION ENGINEERING ............................................................................................................. 216
DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING .................................................................................................................................................. 217
DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION AND GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEERING ..................................................................................................... 218
DEPARTMENT OF WATER RESOURCES ENGINEERING ..................................................................................................................................... 218
DEPARTMENT OF CHEMICAL AND MINING ENGINEERING .............................................................................................................................. 219
DEPARTMENT OF MECHANICAL AND INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING .................................................................................................................. 220
TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT AND TRANSFER CENTRE .................................................................................................................................. 222
TRAINING WORKSHOPS DEPARTMENT ........................................................................................................................................................... 222
COLLEGE OF INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES (COICT) ..................................................222
OFFICE OF THE PRINCIPAL ............................................................................................................................................................................... 222
ELECTRONICS AND TELECOMMUNICATIONS ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT .................................................................................................... 222
COMPUTER SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT ................................................................................................................................. 224
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CENTRE FOR VIRTUAL LEARNING .................................................................................................................................................................... 225
COLLEGE OF NATURAL AND APPLIED SCIENCES (CONAS) ....................................................................................225
OFFICE OF THE PRINCIPAL ............................................................................................................................................................................... 225
UNIVERSITY OF DAR ES SALAAM BUSINESS SCHOOL (UDBS) ...............................................................................236
OFFICE OF THE DEAN ...................................................................................................................................................................................... 236
DEPARTMENT OF ACCOUNTING...................................................................................................................................................................... 237
DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE ............................................................................................................................................................................. 238
DEPARTMENT OF GENERAL MANAGEMENT ................................................................................................................................................... 239
DEPARTMENT OF MARKETING ........................................................................................................................................................................ 240
UNIVERSITY OF DAR ES SALAAM SCHOOL OF EDUCATION ..................................................................................242
OFFICE OF THE DEAN ...................................................................................................................................................................................... 242
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY AND CURRICULUM STUDIES ................................................................................................. 243
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATIONS, MANAGEMENT AND LIFELONG LEARNING ....................................................................... 244
UNIVERSITY OF DAR ES SALAAM SCHOOL OF LAW ..............................................................................................246
OFFICE OF THE DEAN ...................................................................................................................................................................................... 246
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC LAW ........................................................................................................................................................................ 246
DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMIC LAW ................................................................................................................................................................. 246
DEPARTMENT OF PRIVATE LAW ...................................................................................................................................................................... 247
SCHOOL OF JOURNALISM AND MASS COMMUNICATION ...................................................................................248
OFFICE OF THE DEAN ...................................................................................................................................................................................... 248
INSTITUTE OF DEVELOPMENT STUDIES (IDS) .......................................................................................................249
THE INSTITUTE OF KISWAHILI STUDIES (IKS) ........................................................................................................250
DEPARTMENT OF KISWAHILI LANGUAGE AND LINGUISTICS ........................................................................................................................... 250
DEPARTMENT OF KISWAHILI LITERATURE, COMMUNICATION AND PUBLICATIONS ....................................................................................... 251
INSTITUTE OF MARINE SCIENCES .........................................................................................................................252
INSTITUTE OF RESOURCE ASSESSMENT (IRA) ......................................................................................................254
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GENERAL INFORMATION

A: STUDENT ADMINISTRATION
The Department of Student Administration, headed by the Dean of Students, deals
primarily with the personal and social welfare aspects of the students life. The following
facilities are provided by the office of Dean of Students: residence, games and sport,
worship, student counseling in various problems and career guidance. The Dean of
Students also assists the Deputy Vice Chancelor-Planning, Finance and Administration in
student disciplinary matters.

Residence
A limited number of rooms in the halls of residence are available on application before
the beginning of the academic year. Accommodation in the Halls is therefore not
guaranteed for every student. Students are urged to find their own accommodation
outside the Halls. At present there are six Halls of Residence on the main campus. There
also residential places for students at Ubungo and Mabibo Hostels.

Payment of rent is made to the University Students Accommodation Bureau (USAB)
offices located near Hall V premises and through the NBC Ltd. on campus. No student
will be given a room in the Halls of Residence until s/he has paid the prescribed rent.
Priority for on - campus accommodation will be given to students with disabilities,
foreign students, and female students from up country.

Student Activities
Most of the student activities are organized by DARUSO, the student union. The student
organization is concerned with the students academic, political, social and recreational
activities. Students are encouraged to form academic/professional organizations.
They are also encouraged to form and join social organizations that have been
registered. New social and academic organizations are registered with the Dean of
Students office. Some outstanding student organizations at present include Dar es
Salaam University Economic Association, Dar es Salaam University Marketing
Association, Accounting Association of the University of Dar es Salaam, Geological
Association of Students, University of Dar es Salaam Law Society, Dar es Salaam
University Finance Association, International Relations Association, University of Dar es
Salaam Education Students Association, International Students Association, Uganda
Students Association in Tanzania, Dar es Salaam University Political Science Students

Games and Sports
The University main campus has some of the best sporting facilities in the country
including an international size track field, a swimming pool, tennis courts, soccer
pitches, netball and basketball courts, hockey and cricket fields. However, most of these
facilities require intensive rehabilitation. A gymnasium where badminton, squash and
weight lifting can be held is in place. Students can therefore participate in athletics,
swimming, lawn tennis, table tennis, soccer (football), basketball, netball, hockey,
badminton, cricket, handball and boxing.

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University students, through their Student Sports Council, Tanzania University Sports
Association (TUSA), can take part in sports and game competitions organized by various
sports bodies, such as the East, Central and Southern Africa Universities Sports
Association (ECSAUSA), the Federation of African University Sports (FASU) and the
Federation of International University Sports (FISU).


Religious Activities
Students and staff have complete freedom of worship. At present facilities are available
for Christians and Moslems. Catholics have one Chaplain appointed by the Tanzania
Episcopal Conference (TEC). They have Mass every Sunday at 6.15, 7.15 and 8.15 a.m
besides the daily mass at 6.00 p.m.

Lutherans and other Christian denominations have a Chaplain appointed by the
Christian Council of Tanzania (CCT). - Their services are held in the chapel at 10.00 a.m.
in Swahili. Also, they conduct Swahili services every Sunday at 7.00 a.m in Nkrumah Hall
and English services at 9.00 a.m.

The University Students Christian Fellowship has meetings daily from 6.30 p.m to 7.30
p.m. on Monday to Friday and from 7.00 p.m on Saturdays. Activities include Bible study,
films out-reach (to other colleges) and in reach i.e. room to room witnessing for Christ.
There is also a staff and students Bible study group which meets in the Chapels seminar
Room at 6.00 p.m. every Tuesday. The Seventh Day Adventist meet every Saturday from
9.00 a.m to 11.00 a.m. There are Confirmation Classes for CCT on Saturdays at 10.00 a.m
and on Wednesdays at 4.00 p.m in the Chapels Seminar Room. Baptisms and marriages
are also arranged by the Chaplain, on request. Non-Catholics have Chapel Council for
CCT which meets three times annually. A Joint Christian Committee (for TEC and CCT
meets once a semester).

A Joint Christian Chapel is situated opposite Hall No. 4 on Kilimahewa Road. It is
administered by the Joint Chapel Committee composed of representatives of the TEC and
CCT Councils. The University Christian Perspective which is the Christian voice on the
campus is produced once a semester. This publication was initially a TEC initiative, but
articles are now contributed by members of all Christian denominations. Religious
articles and books are on sale every Sunday outside the Chapel before and after Mass.
Articles sold include papers like Kiongozi, and Mwenge, rosaries, medals and religious
books. Other books dealing with social and psychological problems that students face in
their everyday lives everywhere are among items that are also sold.

There are Catechism classes for children of the University staff and workers twice a
week in the Chapel. Baptisms are held on request every Sunday morning after the
second Mass. Marriages are also arranged by Chaplains and celebrated either in the
chapel or in one of the churches in town. The Chaplains are available for counselling in
the Chaplains Office, No. 15 in the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, or at the
Chaplaincy, Kilimahewa House No. 4 for Catholics and Kilimahewa House No. 6 for non-
Catholics. The Chaplains normally visit the sick in the University Health Center.
However, those who wish to see the Chaplain can request the nurse to contact him.

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The Muslims Students Association of the University of Dar es Salaam (MSAUD) caters
for the interests of the Muslim students community on all campuses of the University.
They also have a Mosque and regular prayers which are held five times every day. Friday
and Idd prayers are also performed at the Mosque. Other than daily prayers, the Muslim
Students Association jointly performs other activities such as coordinating fasting
during the Holy Month of Ramadhan. The Association also undertakes the publication of
Voice of MSAUD, organizes public functions such as Idd Baraza (get together for
welcoming freshers), public lectures on Islamic ideology, study groups on Islamic
knowledge, and national seminars during vacations for Muslim students and teachers.

Catering
The University offers cafeteria services for all meals to students at subsidised rates. The
meals are paid for at the cafeteria counters. There are three cafeterias and the number of
canteens on the main campus which have the capacity to serve the present student
population.

B: MEDICAL SERVICES
The University of Dar es Salaam owns and operates a Health Centre which provides
medical and health care services mainly to University students, University staff
members, staff families and to the general public. The Centre is located within the
Universitys main campus. There is also a clinic at the Mabibo students hostels. The
main campus clinic is on the right hand side as one walks along Sinza Road from the
University Post Office. It is the nearest building to the swimming pool and plays grounds
especially handball and lawn tennis courts.

Organization
The Centre is headed by a Medical Officer In-Charge who is assisted by a health
administrator, matron and heads of preventive, clinical and finance and administration
sections.

Service Provision
The Centre operates on a twenty-four hour basis. Outpatient services are offered from
8.00 a.m to 8.00 p.m on weekdays and Saturdays. Outside these hours, and on Sunday
and Public Holidays, only emergency cases are handled. There are two ward wings, for
male and female patients, with a 24 bed capacity. Both medical and preventive health
services are offered at the University Health Centre. In order to access medical services
at the health centre, students are strongly advised to obtain health insurance cover
offered by the National Health Insruance Fund (NHIF) or other health insurance
providers. The Office of the Dean of students may be contacted on the logistics regarding
health insurance services.


Procedure
All fresh students are required to produce proof of their physical and mental fitness to
undergo University studies. Students who report at the Centre for treatment are
required to produce identity cards. All cases which can not be managed at the Centre are
normally referred to Mwananyamala Municipal Hospital or Muhimbili National Hospital.

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Treatment outside the Health Center must have prior permission of the Medical Officer
In-Charge of the University Health Center otherwise the University will not be
responsible in any way. Where a student falls sick/ill in the Hall of Residence/Hostel and
is not able to walk to the Health Center/Clinic, the right thing to do is to contact a Hall
Manager/Warden for further action.

Students who fall sick shortly before, or during examinations, are advised to
immediately report to relevant authorities in their respective departments and then to
the Health Center for treatment and further directives.

Apart from the general outpatient clinic, there is also a students clinic. The clinic, in
addition to the provision of clinical services, it also informs, educates, communicates and
counsels students on reproductive health. This also includes provision of family planning
services and treatment of sexually transmitted infections (STIs). The clinic also offers
specialized back-up services to the University Youth Reproductive Health Programme.
The Health Center also offers eye and optical services.

Things to Note
Malaria is an endemic disease in Dar es Salaam. This University is not an exception.
Malaria is, however, preventable and the following are some of the preventive measures:
to cover exposed skin especially in the evening, sleeping under a mosquito net
(preferably a treated one) and early and complete treatment can make you safe from
malaria. HIV/AIDS is a threat to the lives and welfare of Tanzanians. However, practising
safe sex may prevent HIV transmission.

Other conditions commonly noted among students are worm infestations, upper
respiratory tract infections, skin diseases and diarrhoea diseases.
Personal hygiene and environment sanitation are among the key preventive strategies.
Also for a health body and mind, a balanced diet and physical exercises are
recommended. Further information on health matters can be obtained from the
University Health Education Programme Offices which are situated opposite the
Microbiology Department and next to the Demography Training Unit. It goes without
saying that ill health can impair ones academic performance. It takes a health body and
mind to excel in academics and achieve academic excellence.

It is very important to note that services are provided to students during term time only.
Treatment during vacations is the students own responsibility. The University is not
responsible for refund of any medical costs incurred outside the Health Center. Refund is
made only when the Medical Officer In-Charge has authorized treatment in other
hospitals.

C: DR. WILBERT CHAGULA UNIVERSITY LIBRARY
The University of Dar es Salaam Main Library has three divisions: Technical Services;
Reader Services and Research and Documentation. Each division is headed by an
associate director.

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The primary role of the Library is to support teaching, learning and research through
provision of quality library services to users both within and outside the country. In
addition, senior library staff are involved in teaching, research and consultancy services.
The University Library is a national depository Library and collects materials published
in Tanzania and on Tanzania which are housed in the East Africana Collection and
include books, research reports, Government and University publications. Concerted
efforts have been made to collect materials on Tanzania published outside Tanzania,
which form the core of the East Africana research collection. It also includes materials on
the former East African Community, the Liberation Movement and the Southern African
Development and Coordinating Committee (SADCC) and SADC.

Being a national depository library and the largest national collection of research
materials, services are also extended to researchers and scholars both within and
outside the country. The broad subject areas covered are Arts and Social Sciences,
Commerce and Management, Engineering, Law, and the Physical, Biological and Marine
Sciences. The collection currently comprises about 600,000 volumes of books and 2,800
periodicals titles.

The Library has a rich collection of manuscripts, including the Cory papers, Arabic and
Swahili manuscripts and Newspapers which are available in microfiche format, micro
materials, maps, and CD-ROM (Compact disc Read Only Memory) database which can be
accessed to retrieve up-to-date information published in a wide range of disciplines such
as Engineering, Education, Science, etc. The Library subscribes to a variety of electronic
journals and bibliographic databases and has developed local content databases. These
include the Environmental and the Biodiversity Databases, Regional and Civil Society
Databases, Economics, Education and Sociology, etc.

Materials that are not available in the Library can be obtained from other libraries
through inter-library loan arrangements or electronic document delivery services. The
Library is a member of the Database of African Theses and Dissertation network
(DATAD). To date the UDSM Library has contributed over six thousand records of
abstracts of Thesis and Dissertations to the DATAD database.

OPENING HOURS
University of Dar es Salaam Main Library
Term: Monday Saturday 8.00 a.m. 06.30 p.m.
7.30 p.m. 10.30 p.m.
Public Holidays 2.00 p.m. 06.30 p.m.
Sundays 1.30 p.m. 10.30 p.m.
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SENIOR OFFICERS OF THE UNIVERSITY

CHANCELLOR
Ambassador F.M. Kazaura, B.A. (Economics) (Hons.), M.A. (Cantab.); Dipl. (Agro-Industrial
Planning and Bus. Admin. (Arthur D. Little Mangt. Inst., Cambridge ((Mass.)), USA)

OFFICE OF THE VICE-CHANCELLOR

VICE-CHANCELLOR
Prof. R.S. Mukandala, B.A., M.A. (Dar), Ph.D. (Berkeley), Cert. NIE (Berkeley)

Director, Vice-Chancellors Office
R. Upor, B.A. (Ed.), M.A. (Dar) Ph.D. (Georgia)

COUNCIL SECRETARIAT
Corporate Counsel and Secretary to the Council
Ag: Dr. R. Mwaipopo, B.A, M.A. (Dar) Ph.D. (University of Cape Town)

AUDIT SECTION
Chief Internal Auditor
A.T. Msinjili, FCCA (UK), FCPA (T), PGD [Fin. Managnt.] (Netherlands)
Principal Internal Auditor
D.P. Wangoma (Mrs), D.B.A. (C.B.E.), B.Com. (Dar), CPA (T); (NBAA)
Assistant Internal Auditor
H.M. Chambo, ADCA (IDM, Mzumbe)

PUBLIC RELATIONS SECTION
Public Relations Officer
J. Isidory B.A. (PRA) (Dar)
Assistant Public Relations Officer (TBA)

DIRECTORATE OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
Director
Dr. E.W. Dungumaro, B.Sc. (Ed.), M.A. (Demography) (Dar), Ph.D. (Hitotsubashi, Tokyo)

GENDER CENTRE
Director
Dr. R. Mwaipopo, B.A, M.A. (Dar) Ph.D. (University of Cape Town)

QUALITY ASSURANCE BUREAU (QAB)
Director
Dr. W. Anderson, B.Com., MBA (Dar), MTEE, Ph.D. (Balearics)

OFFICE OF THE DEPUTY VICE CHANCELLOR (ACADEMIC)
Deputy Vice Chancellor - (Academic)
Prof. M.A.H. Maboko, B.Sc., M.Sc. (Dar), Ph.D. (ANU)


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DIRECTORATE OF UNDERGRADUATE STUDIES
Director
Prof. A.R. Mushi, B.Sc. Ed. (Dar), M.M.S. (UCD) Ph.D. (DCU)
Deputy Director
Dr. P.D. Ndomba, B.Sc. (Eng.), M.Sc. (Eng), Ph.D. (Dar)

Admissions Section
Senior Administrative Officer
B. Dyegula, B.Ed. Psych. (Dar), M.A. Ed.) (Dar)

Administrative Officers
M. Magezi (Ms.), .B.A. (PSPA) (Dar)
J. M.G. Buhenyenge, B.A (Ed.) (Dar).

Senate, Examinations and Undergraduate Programmes Section
Senior Administrative Officer
D. Magwe (Mrs.), LLB (Dar), PGDHRM (IFM)
Administrative Officers
V. Lyimo (Ms.), B.A (Dar)
Magreth Magezi, B.A. (PSPA) (Dar)
Master Timetable Coordinator
Dr. E. Mujuni,
Assistant Master Timetable Officer
M.E. Mwakatobe, B.Sc. (Comp. Sc.) (Dar)

DIRECTORATE OF POSTGRADUATE STUDIES
Director
Prof. J.R. Ikingura, B.Sc., (Dar), M.Sc., Ph.D. (Carleton)
Deputy Director
Dr. W.M. Charles, B.Sc. (Ed) (Dar), M.Sc. (Zimbabwe), Ph.D. (TU, Delft, The Netherlands)
Principal Administrative Officer and Head of Section
Fatma Basleman, MPA (Liverpool)
Senior Administrative Officer
Grace Marandu, B.A. [PSPA] (Dar)
Administrative Officer
Morry H. Kijonjo, B.A. [PSPA] (Dar)

OFFICE OF THE DEPUTY VICE CHANCELLOR (RESEARCH AND KNOWLEDGE
EXCHANGE)

AG. DVC- RESEARCH AND KNOWELEDGE EXCHANGE
Prof. F.D.A.M. Luoga, LL.B., (Dar); M.I.L. (Lund); LL.M. (Queen's); Ph.D (Warwick).

DIRECTORATE OF RESEARCH
Director
Prof. R.Y.M. Kangalawe, Dip. Crop Prod. (Uyole), B.Sc. [Agric.] (SUA), Pg. Dip. MNRSA,
M.Sc. (AUN), Ph.D. (Stockholm)
Intellectual Property Manager
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S.J. Mwakaje, LL.B., LL.M. (Dar), LL.M. in Intellectual Property (Franklin Pierce)
Senior Administrative Officer
N. Jonathan (Ms), B.Sc. [SUA], MBA (Dar)

DIRECTORATE OF KNOWLEDGE EXCHANGE
Director
Prof. E. Elisante, B.Sc. (Eng.) (Dar), M.Sc. (Eng.) (Arizona), Ph.D. (Tohoku)
Acting Manager (Consultancy)
Prof. E.A.M. Mjema, B.Sc [Eng] (Dar); Msc [Eng] (Alberta); Drying (Aachane Univ. of
Technology)
Acting Manager (Marketing)
O.K. Mbura, B.Com, MBA (Dar); M.A. (The Hague), Ph.D. (Dar)
Senior Administrative Officer I
P.K. Munthali, BA. (Dar); Cert. in Adv. Prof. Training (EDP), Acct. and Control (Hamburg)
Senior Artisan I
Ramadhani Kitwana, Cert. [Journalism] Dip. [Journalism] (TSJ)
System Administrator III
A.Bitobo, B.Sc. [Comp.Eng. &IT] (Dar)

ENTREPRENEURSHIP CENTRE
Manager
A. N. Towo, BSc. (Eng.), (Dar), MsC. (Urban), Ph.D. (Bath)
CENTRE FOR VIRTUAL LEARNING
Director
M.M. Kissaka, B.Sc. (Dar), PhD (Manchester, UK)

OFFICE OF THE DEPUTY VICE CHANCELLOR - (ADMINISTRATION)
Deputy Vice Chancellor (Administration)
Prof. Y.D. Mgaya, B.Sc. (Dar), M.Sc. (Brit. Columbia), Ph.D. (Galway, Ireland)

DIRECTORATE OF PLANNING AND FINANCE
Ag. Director
Dr. J. King'ori, B.Com. (Dar); MBA (Leuven), Ph.D. (Illinois), CPA (T)
Deputy Director (Planning)
Dr. R.B. Lokina, B.A., M.A. (Dar); Ph.D. [Econ] (Gotenburg)
Deputy Director (Finance)
Mr. D.M. Ngari, ADCA (IDM), PGD in Sci. Comp., MBA (Dar), CPA (T)
Deputy Director (Investments)
Dr. G. Kahyarara, Cert. in Econ. (Gothenburg), B.A. (Econ), M.A. (Econ) (Dar); M.Phil.
(Econ.), Ph.D. (Econ) (Oxford)
Principal Planning Officer
R.G. Sanane, M.Sc. [Econ] (Odessa)
Principal Planning Officer (Advancement)
R. D. N. Toba, B.Sc. (Eng.), M.Sc. (MEM) (Dar)
Senior Planning Officer
A. Kitaluka, B.Stat. (Makerere)
NORAD/NUFU Programme Coordinator
S. Manya, B.Sc., M.Sc., Ph.D. (Dar)
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Head, Information Management Unit (IMU)
C. Tarimo, B.Sc. [Eng] (Dar), Ph.D., Ph.LM (Comp. Syst. Sci.) (Stockholm)
Senior System Administrator
B. Rashid, B.Sc. [Comp. Science] (Dar)

System Administrator I
A.M. Majaliwa, B.Sc. [Comp. Science] (KIU - Kampala)
Accountants, External Funds Administration Unit (EFAU)
G. N. Aman, B. Comm [Accts], PDComp. Sc. (Dar)

CONVOCATION UNIT
Convocation Liaison Officer
D. Stephen, B.A. (Dar)

DIRECTORATE OF HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT
Ag. Director
N.B. Mpakama, (Ms), LL.B., LL.M. (Dar)

Human Resource Management Information System (HURIS)
Principal Administrative Officer and Head of Section
E. Michael, B.A. (Socio.), M.A. (DS) (Dar)
Adminstrative Officer
R. A. Hussein, B.A. (Public Admin.) (Mzumbe Univ.)

Recruitment and Appraisal Section
Senior Administrative Officer and Head of Section
S.J. Mwaiswaga (Ms), B.A., (Dar); M.A. (International University -London Centre)
Senior Administrative Officers
L.L. Mwakyusa, B.A. (Dar)
A.I. Hoyeshi (Ms), B.A. (Dar)
Administrative Officers
P. Laswai, B.A. (Socio.) (Dar)
L. Augustino, B.A. (PSPA) (Dar)

Compensation and Benefits Section
Head of Section
E. Mbekomize, B.Com, MBA (Dar); CPA (T)

Finance Office
A.E. Hoseah, NABOCE, ATEC II, ADA, (CPA) (T) (Dar)

Principal Insurance Officer (Pensions Management)
S.W. Kingu, Adv. Dipl. (Insurance); PGD Fin Mangt (IFM)
Assistant Accountant
Z. Ngibwa, Dip. in Accountancy (CBE)

Staff Training and Development Section
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Principal Administrative Officer and Head of Section
S.I. Mchallo, ADPA (IDM); PGD Law (Dar); M.A (Mzumbe)

Health and Safety Section
Senior Administrative Officer and Head of Section
Rose Ngeve, B.Com. (Dar), MBA (Dodoma)

BURSARS OFFICE
Deputy Director (Finance)
Mr. D.M. Ngari, ADCA (IDM), PGD in Sci. Comp., MBA (Dar), CPA (T)
Deputy Bursar
F.R. Moshi (Mrs), B.Com (Acc) MBA (Dar) CPA (T)

Salaries Section
Accountant and Head of Section
Mariamu Mwanga, ADA, CPA (T), MBA (Dar)

Revenue Section
Accountant and Head of Section
George Sanga, CPA (T), MBA (Dar)

Expenditure Section
Accountant Trainee and Head of Section
N. Kiwera, CPA (T)

Budgetary Control Section
Accountant and Head of Section
Vacant
General Ledger and Final Accounts Section
Ag. Accountant and Head of Section
W. Luyangi, B.Com [Acc] (Dar)

Procurement Management Unit (PMU)
Procurement Manager
D.S.M Mugasa (Mrs), ADMA (IDM); CSP, CPA (T)

Procument/Supplies Officers
P. Kuhanga (Ms), [Dip Bus. Admin.], ADMA (CBE); CPSP (T); MBA (Mzumbe)
Paul M.R. Tito, NDMM (NBMM); CPSP (T); B.Comm (Dar)
Jacob Mtenga, MSc. [Maint. Eng.] (?)
Baraka T.M. Mbughi, FTC (DIT); ADMA (IDM); CPSP

Insurance Section
Senior Insurance Officer and Head of Section
J. Damko (Mrs) Ad Dip [Insurance] (IFM)

Estates Department
Estates Manager
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L. M. Chamuriho (M): B.Sc. (Eng) (Dar); M.Sc. (Ilinois at Urban-Champign), Ph.D (Tokyo)
Ag. Deputy Estates Manager
Hassan Jumanne, B.Sc. [Eng.] (Dar)
Head PPU
M.Mwashihava, B.Sc. (Eng.) (Dar), M.Sc. (Eng.) (U.K.), Reg. Eng. (T)
Head - Emergence Services
M.Mpembeni, FTC ( Building &Civil Eng) (DIT), Dip (Building & Civil Eng) (DIT), Reg. Eng
(T)
Estates Officer
F. Aloyce, Adv Dip (Land Mgt& Valuation( Ardhi University); Msc (MEM) (Dar), Reg
Valuer
Inspectors of Works
A.Shayo, Adv Dip (BE) (Ardhi University)
**Z.Mbwambo, Adv Dip ( BE) (Ardhi Univerasity), Msc (MEM) (Dar)
P. Asenga, Bsc. Eng (Dar), Msc (Structural Eng) (China), Reg. Eng (T)
G.Mutoiz, Bsc. Eng (Dar), Msc (Agric. Eng (Machinery), CITS : Isoe College (UK)
M.J.Ndayeza, FTC (Civil) (Arusha Tech), Bsc (BE) ( Ardhi University)
A.Kashangaki, FTC( Building &Civil) (DIT), HND- Built Environment with Maintenance
Mgt (UK)
Housing Officer
A.Hussein, Adv Dip [BE] (ARU); PGD (Scientific Compting) (Dar), Cerificate (CISCO
Networking) (UCC- UDSM)
Head - Carpentry
D. Ngaile, Cert. (Carpentry), Cert. ( Techn. Instructor) (USA), Cert. (Surnafil Roofing
Tech)
Head - Masonry
S.Mayunga, FTC (Civil)
Head - Plumbing
C.Lyatuu, Grade Test ( Chang'ombe)
Accountant
Suleiman Mayongela, CPA (T), MPA (Mzumbe Univ.), M.Sc. (Finance) (UK)

OFFICE OF THE DEAN OF STUDENTS
Dean of Students
Dr. R. Sima, Dip. Ed., B.A. (Ed) (Dar); M.A. (Counselling) (Keele); Ph.D. (Manchester)
Deputy Dean of Students
A.E. Maro, Cert. in Teach., B.A. (Ed) (Dar), M.A. (Iowa)
Senior Assistant Dean of Students [Coordinator Students Development and Counselling
Services]
M.A. Mungaho, Cert. (Phil.) (Bukoba), Dip. (Theol.) (Tabora), B.A. (Theol.), M.A. (Psych),
M.A. (Counselling) (Loyola, USA)
Senior Assistant Dean of Students
C.A. Swai (Ms), B.A. (Ed.), M.A. (ASP) (Dar)
Assistant Dean of Students
S.A. Lyimo (Ms), B.A. (Ed.) (Dar) M.A. (Appl. Soc. Psych.) Dar***
Senior Assistant Dean of Students [Coordinator Students Catering, Health and
Accommodation Services]
J.E.M. Bukuku, Dip. in Clin. Medic. MATC, (Mbeya), B.A. [Soc], MA [Demography] (Dar)
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Assistant Dean of Students [Coordinator for Student Government Affairs, Judicatory and
Control Services]
(Vacant)
Assistant Dean of Students [Assistant Coordinator for Student Government Affairs,
Judicatory and Control Services]
A. Mdima, BA. PGDE, M.A. (Dar)
Assistant Dean of Students [Counselling Services]
A. Hebron (Ms), B.Ed, MA [Demography] (Dar)
G. Luambano (Ms), B.Ed (Dar)
Assistant Accountant
Peter Damson
Assistant Dean of Students
Secilia Izahak (Ms), BA (Ed), MA [Pol.Sc] (Dar)

Games and Sports
Chief Games Coach/Coordinator Sports, Games and Recreational Services
(Vacant)
Principal Games Coach/Assistant Coordinator Sports, Games and Recreational Services
L.H. Gogomoka, Dip. in Coaching (Arusha), Dip. in Track & Field Coaching (Mainz- FRG)
Senior Games Coach/Assistant Coordinator Sports, Games and Recreational Services
*N.B. Kiunsi, Dip. (Ed.) (Agri.), B.Ed. (PESC) (Dar)

Chaplaincy
C.C.T. Chaplain
Rev. Ezekiel Upendo Ngao, B.D. (Makumira Luth. Theol. College), M.Theo. (Tumaini Univ.,
Makumira College)

T.E.C. Chaplains
Msgr. D.H. Mbiku, Ph.D. (Rome)
Fr. D.J. Mkude, B.A. (Dar), Ph.D. (London)
Fr. C.A. Mogella, B.A., M.A. (Dar), Ph.D. (Carleton)

Student Leaders (DARUSO)
DARUSO President
DARUSO Vice President
DARUSO Prime Minister

University Students Accommodation Bureau (USAB)
USAB Manager
Paulina Mabuga, Dip Ed. (Kleruu), BA [Ed], MA [App. Soc Psy] (Dar)
Administrative Officer
Zabibu Abdallah (Ms), LLB (Dar)
Wardens
Hall VII
Rose Kabuje, B.A., MBA (Dar)
Hall VI
Joyce Mongi (Ms), Dip. Ed (Maramgu)
Hall V
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Shija Mathias, Cert in Land Use (Nyegezi), Cert in Law (Dar)
Hall IV
S.S. Amsi, B.Ed. (Sc.), M.A. (Dar)
Hall III
Jane Nchimbi, B.A. (Dar)
Hall II
Jonas Jiori, Dip Ed., B.A. [Ed] (Dar)
Hall I
Zuhura Mbogo (Ms), MEED, BBA (Dar); NMMC, DGI (Kivukoni); DCD (Adae Training
Centre)
Mabibo Hostel
Block A
Nipwapwacha R., (Ag. Warden)
Block B
Abnery Mganga, Dip Ed (Morogoro)
Block C
A.H. Kambanga (Ms), Dipl. (Ed.) (Marangu), B.A. (Ed.), MA (Dar)
Block D
Julita Kilawe, BA [PA &PS] (Dar)
Block. E
Gaubiro Malobe, BA (Dar)
Block F
Stephen Masalu [Ag. Warden]

Kunduchi
Gloria Mbonika, [Ag Warden], Dip Ed (Kleruu) Cert. Counseling (Kairuki)

UNIVERSITY HEALTH CENTRE
Deputy Director (Medical Services)
A. Msasu, M.D. (Dar)
Medical Officers
H. Mbulumi, Dip. Clin. Med. (Sengerema), M.D.(Kharkov), MMED (Summy)
M.S. Zacharia, M.D. (Dar)
*C.M. Kitemba, M.D. (MUHAS)
*M.M. Maboko, M.D. (China)
G. Masuma, MD (Dar)
L. Shukuru, MD (Dar)
Assistant Medical Officers
E.U. Mbangula, Dip. Clin. Med. (Ifakara) ADCM (Tanga)
Sabrina Kaikai, Dip. Clin. Med. (Mtwara) ADCM (Ifakara)
T. Masochi, Dip. Clin. Med., ADCM (Mbeya)
L. Kida, Dip. Clin. Med. (Tanga) ADCM (Mbeya)
Dermatovenereology Officer
S.F. Nchobe, Dip. Clin. Med. (Tanga), ADCM (Bugando), ADDV (RDTC - KCMC)
Senior Pharmaceutical Technician
Joyce Massawe
Health Administrator
I.B. Sengenge, Dip. Ed., ADHA (IDM), MPA (Mzumbe University)
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Matron
Joan A.P. Bigirwa, Dipl. in Nursing (St Francis), B.Sc. Nursing (Aga Khan)
Assistant Matron
N.D. Mwankina Diploma in Nursing (Bugando)
Operating Theatre
J. Lesso, Dipl. Theatre Tech. (Mbeya)
Laboratory Services
G. Kyando, Dipl. in Med. Lab. Sciences (MUCHS); B.Sc. (SUA)
Ophthalmic Services

Health Officer
J.Mallan, Dip. Env. Health Sc. (Muhimbili)
Accountant
Filbert B Kasanyi, ADA (IFM)
Procurement Management Officer
Peter Mgwala, Dip. Materials Mgmt. (Dar)

DR. WILBERT CHAGULA UNIVERSITY LIBRARY
Senior Librarian and Director
A.M.M. Kabudi, BSc. (Dar), M.A. [Lib.] (Sheffield), Ph.D. (Humboldt)
Associate Director
E.N. Sichalwe, B.A. (Ed), M.A. (Information) (Dar)

Senior Administrative Officer I
*E. Michael (Mrs), BA. [Soc.], MA [DS] (Dar)

Reader Services Department
Associate Professor and Head
M.P. Nyerembe, B.A. M.A. (Dar), M.A. Lib (Univ. of London), Ph.D (North London)

Social Sciences Section
Assistant Librarian and Head of Section
H. Mungwabi, B.A. (Dar) M.Sc. (Inf..Studies) (Addis Ababa)
Tutorial Assistant
Jerome J. Ngogo, B.A. (Dar)
Associate Professor
E. Kiondo, B.A. (Dar), M.L.S.(Toronto), Ph.D. (Natal)***
Assistant Librarians
J. S. Kilemile, Teacher's Cert. (Marangu), B.Ed (Dar) M.Sc. (Inf. Sc) (Addis Ababa)*
C. Kimaryo, B.A (Ed.) M.A. (Inf. Studies) (Dar)*

Science and Engineering Collection
Assistant Librarian and Head of Section
E. Ndenje-Sichalwe, B.A. (Ed.) (Dar), M.A (Information) (Dar)
Assistant Librarian
Mwantimwa, B. A. (Ed.), MA (Inf. Studies) (Dar)*


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Law Collection
Librarian and Head of Section
*R.M. Mwinyimbegu, B.A. (Dar), PG. Dip. Lib., M.A (Lib) M.Sc. (Inf. Studies) (London)
Tutorial Assistant
M. Kassim, BA (Dar)
Assistant Librarians
P. S. Muneja (GATCE (Kasulu), Dip.Ed (Butimba) B.A, M.A. (Information Studies) (Dar)*
M. B. Matiyas B.A (Dar) M.Sc. [Inf Studies] (Addis Ababa) M.Phil. (Bergen)*

Technical Services Department
Associate Professor and Head of Department
P.A. Manda, B.A. (Dar), PG.Dip.Lib., M.A. (Wales), Ph.D. (Minnesota)

Reference and Document Delivery
Assistant Librarian and Head of Section
C. M.O. Kapaya, Dip.Ed (Dar CNE), B.A. (Dar), M.L.I.S (Louisiana State Univ), Ph D (Dar)
Assistant Librarian
*K. Katunzi-Mollel, Dip Ed (Marangu), B.A. (Ed), M.A. (Inf. Studies) (Dar)

Acquisitions
Senior Librarian and Head of Section
A.K. Nkebukwa, B.A. (Dar), PG. Dip.Lib. (Wales), M.A., PhD (Dar)

Information and Communication Technologies
Librarian and Head of Section
E.F. Wema, BLIS (Makerere), MA (Dar), PGD (MEM) (Stellenbotsch), Dip (MIS) (Oxford
College), Ph.D. (Loughborough)
Assistant Librarians
M. M. Materu-Behitsa, Dip.Ed. (Dar), B ED (Dar), M.Sc. (Inf. Studies) (Addis Ababa)*
F. Ndumbaro, B.A, M.A. (Inf. Studies) (Dar)*

Research and Special Collections
Associate Professor and Head of Department
A.G. Nkhoma-Wamunza, BA (Dar), PG Dip. Lib., (Wales) M.A (London), Ph. D. (North
Carolina- Chapel Hill).

East Africana Collection
Senior Librarian and Head of Section
P.D. Mwaimu, B.A. (Dar), MSLS (Atlanta Univ.)*
Tutorial Assistant
E. Makhai, B.A. (Dar)
Senior Librarian
F. E. Mukangara, B.A.(Dar), PG.Dip. Lib - (Canberra College), M.A.Lib (Sheffield), Ph.D.
(Natal)***

Library and Information Science Programme
Professor and Coordinator of the Programme
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J. Nawe, B.A. (Ed) (Dar), Dip Home Economics (Dar CNE), M.A. (Lib.) (London), Ph.D.
(Wales)
Assistant Librarian
*I. Luambano, B.A. (Dar) M.A. (Information Studies) (Dar)

Coordinator CT 300
E. F. Elia, B.Sc (SUA), M.A. (Inf. Studies) (Dar)
C. Mwinyimbegu, B. A, MA (Inf. Studies) (Dar).
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UNIVERSITY OF DAR ES SALAAM COUNCIL MEMBERS

Name and Address
Mr. Peter J. Ngumbullu
(Appointee of the President, URT)
Chairman of the Council
P.O. Box 3596
DAR ES SALAAM

Prof. Rwekaza S. Mukandala
Vice Chancellor
University of Dar es Salaam
DAR ES SALAAM

Hon. Judge Joseph S. Warioba
(Appointee of the UDSM Convocation)
P.O. Box 77597
DAR ES SALAAM

Amb. Ami R. Mpungwe
(Appointee of UDSM Chancellor)
P.O. Box 6444
DAR ES SALAAM

Mrs. Rose Magreth Lugembe
(Appointee of UDSM Chancellor)
P.O. Box 7244
DAR ES SALAAM

Prof. Joseph A. Kuzilwa
Vice Chancellor
Mzumbe University
(Appointee of CVCP, Tanzania)
P.O. Box 1
MZUMBE

Dr. F. Michael
(Appointee of UDASA)
UDASA Chairperson
P.O. Box 35091
DAR ES SALAAM

Ms. Esther Mkwizu
(Appointee of the Council)
Chairperson, Tanzania Private Sector Foundation
Masaki Mwaya Road Plot 1288, Msasani
DAR ES SALAAM

Amb. Nicholas A. Kuhanga
(Appointee of the Council)
P.O. Box 76869
DAR ES SALAAM
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Prof. J.K. Shija
(Appointee of the Minister, MoEVT)
Vice Chancellor
IMTU
DAR ES SALAAM

Director of Higher Education
(Representing Permanent Secretary, MoEVT)
P.O. 9121
DAR ES SALAAM

Dr. Zakia M. Abubakar
(Appointee of the Rev. Government of Zanzibar)
State University of Zanzibar
P.O. Box 146
ZANZIBAR

Treasury Registrar
Ministry of Finance
P.O. Box 9111
DAR ES SALAAM
Mr. J. Rweikiza (MP)
(Appointee of National Assembly)
P.O. Box 1652
BUKOBA

Eng. S.M. Manyanya (MP)
(Appointee of National Assembly)
P.O. Box 72605
DAR ES SALAAM

Dr. Rose Mwaipopo
(Appointee of Senate)
P.O. Box 35043
DAR ES SALAAM

Dr. Charles Kimei
CRDB Bank
(Appointee of the Council)
P.O. Box
DAR ES SALAAM
Ms. Mwanaidi Mtanda
Accountant General
(Appointee of the Council)
DAR ES SALAAM

Mr. B. Itembe
President DARUSO
(Appointee of DARUSO)
P.O. Box 35090
DAR ES SALAAM
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Ms. E.A. Mwamgiga
Vice President DARUSO
(Appointee of DARUSO)
P.O. Box 35090
DAR ES SALAAM

Ms. E.A. Mwamgiga
Vice President DARUSO
(Appointee of DARUSO)
P.O. Box 35090
DAR ES SALAAM

Prof. F.D.A.M. Luoga
Corporate Counsel & Secretary to Council
P.O. Box 35091
DAR ES SALAAM


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INTRODUCTION TO THE UNIVERSITY OF DAR ES SALAAM

The University of Dar es Salaam (UDSM) was born out of a decision taken on 25
th
March,
1970 by the East African Authority, to split the then University of East Africa into three
independent universities for Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania. For purposes of maintaining
East African inter-university academic cooperation and communication, an Inter-
University Council for East Africa (IUCEA) was set up in 1970. The Council established
an Inter-University Exchange programme, through which the University admits students
from other East African countries mainly Kenya and Uganda. Recently, IUCEA has its
membership to include other universities within East African Community (EAC).


The University of Dar es Salaam is situated on the west side of the City of Dar es Salaam,
Tanzania. It occupies 1,625 acres on the Observation Hill, 13 k.m .from the centre of the
city of Dar es Salaam.

The University has six campuses UDSM Mwalimu J.K. Nyerere Main Campus, the
Institute of Marine Sciences (IMS) located in Zanzibar, the School of Journalism and Mass
Communication (SJMC) located in Mikocheni, Dar es Salaam, the College of Information
and Communication Technology (COICT) in Kijitonyama, Dar es Salaam opposite the
Commission of Science and Technologies (COSTECH), The Dar es Salaam University
College of Education (DUCE) located at Changombe, Dar es Salaam, and the Mkwawa
University College of Education (MUCE) located in Iringa. Every year, candidates are
admitted into the University of Dar es Salaam to pursue various degree
programmes/courses tenable at the said campuses.

The University has continued to grow and expand in terms of diversified academic
programmes and student numbers. The number of students admitted at the University
of Dar es Salaam has been increasing steadily. There were 14 only students in 1961.
Presently, university has a student population about 23,000 pursuing undergraduate
and postgraduate degrees and non-degree programmes.

With regard to academic programmes, the University offers various programmes leading
to the award of certificates, diplomas, first degrees, postgraduate diplomas, masters and
Ph.D. degrees. A total of 4 certificates, 2 diplomas, 65 first degrees, 17 postgraduate
diplomas and 78 master degrees, and 4 Taught Ph.d. programmes as well as several Ph.d.
programmes by thesis which are offered by the various academic units of the University
of Dar es Salaam.

The University admits local students as well as foreign students from several countries
worldwide through established links, exchange programmes or individual applications.
Most of these students receive their bursaries from their respective governments. Also
students from other countries are considered for admission to undergraduate and
postgraduate studies on self-sponsored basis.
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DIRECTORATE OF POSTGRADUATE STUDIES (DPGS)

The Directorate of Post Graduate Studies (DPGS) formally replaced the School of
Graduate Studies (SGS) in 2009. The former School was established in 2006, with the
main function of administering and coordinating postgraduate studies at the University
of the Dar es Salaam (UDSM). The postgraduate student population was around 100
students in 1993/1994. By 2006/07 there were 449 postgraduate students registered to
study various postgraduate programmes.

From academic year 2007/2008 to 2012/2013, the University of Dar es Salaam
registered a total of 7,337 students pursuing postgraduate diplomas, and Master and
Doctor of Philosophy degrees. In 2012/2013 academic year, the Directorate registered
1,535 first year students pursuing various postgraduate programmes. The graduation
statistics from 2007/2008 to 2012/2013, show that a total 4,636 postgraduate students
graduated as holders of postgraduate diplomas, master degrees and Ph.D. in various
academic programmes.

The University offers a wide range of postgraduate programmes at Postgraduate
Diploma, Master and Ph.D. levels. Currently, there are 18 postgraduate diploma, 76
Master and 17 Ph.D degree programmes. 4 Ph.D. progrsmmes are offered by Course and
Dissertation and the rest are offered by research and thesis. The postgraduate
programmes range from basic sciences and applied sciences, education, social sciences
and humanities to professional degrees in engineering, medicine, law and business
administration. In addition, three postdoctoral degrees namely Doctor of Laws (LL.D),
Doctor of Literature (D.Lit) and Doctor of Science (D.Sc) are offered by the University. It
is also possible for one to pursue a Ph.D. degree programme in any academic department
at the University of Dar es Salaam provided that the applicant has adequate
qualifications, and that supervisors and facilities are available in the chosen field of
study.

Detailed information on various programmes is available in this prospectus under the
respective academic units as well as in the booklet on the University of Dar es Salaam
General Regulations and Guidelines for Postgraduate Study Programmes. Additional
information is available on the university website: www.udsm.ac.tz.


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STRUCTURE AND DURATION OF POSTGRADUATE PROGRAMMES

1 GENERAL INFORMATION

1.1 Submission of Applications
a) All applications for postgraduate training at the University of Dar es
Salaam should be submitted to the Director of Postgraduate Studies.
b) Subsequently, a standard Application Form (UDSM/PG.F1) should be dully
filled and submitted, accompanied with the referees reports and copies of
transcripts and certificates.
c) Applicants are responsible for soliciting two academic reports from
referees regarding their suitability for postgraduate studies. Form
UDSM/PG.F2 shows the format, which is expected of the reports.

1.2 Application Fees
a) All applicants are required to pay a non-refundable application fee. The fee
should be paid when the application forms are submitted.
b) The fees will be revised from time to time, as the need arises. Information
on the fees applicable for any given year is obtainable from the
College/School/Institute Principals/Deans/Directors, from the Director of
Postgraduate Studies and from the University Prospectus.

1.3 Coding of Postgraduate Courses
a) Each postgraduate course shall be given a code number as follows:
500 - 598 series for Postgraduate Diploma Courses (except the
dissertation);
599 for Postgraduate Diploma Dissertations/Research Project Papers;
600 - 698 for Masters Degree courses (except the dissertation);
699 for Masters Degree Dissertations;
700 - 798 for Ph.D. courses (except the dissertation);
799 for Ph.D. Degree Dissertations.
b) The code name shall be restricted to two letters, followed by the
appropriate digits in the series (e.g. ML 612).

1.4 Entry Qualifications

1.4.1 Postgraduate diploma
A candidate for admission into a Postgraduate Diploma programme shall have
the following qualifications:
(i) A Bachelors Degree or an Advanced Diploma (or its equivalent) from a
recognised institution of higher learning.
(ii) Candidates with equivalent qualifications must also possess at least
secondary school certificates with three credit passes.

1.4.2 Masters degree
A candidate for admission into the Masters degree programme of the University
of Dar es Salaam shall hold the following qualifications:
i. At least a Second Class degree of the University of Dar es Salaam or an
equivalent degree from a recognised institution of higher learning.
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Candidates who hold an unclassified degree (e.g., M.D.) should have at least a
B grade average in the subject of the intended Masters study.
ii. Candidates with pass degrees may also be considered for admission if:
a) Their undergraduate performance in the proposed subject of study
was a B grade or higher;
b) They have satisfied the relevant College/School/Institute regarding
their academic potential through subsequent research experience
and/or additional training;
iii. Candidates with a coursework average of B+ or higher in specified
Postgraduate Diplomas may upgrade to registration for a dissertation
leading to a relevant Masters Degree.
For Masters by Thesis programmes, candidates must have at least an upper
second degree in the relevant field.

1.4.3 Doctor of Philosophy degree
A candidate for admission into the Doctor of Philosophy degree programme of
the University of Dar es Salaam shall hold the following qualifications:
a) Masters degree of the University of Dar es Salaam or an equivalent Masters
degree from a recognised institution of higher learning; or
b) Candidates with an Upper Second Class Bachelors degree or holders of a
distinction in the case of unclassified degrees may also be considered for
Ph.D. registration. Such candidates have to initially register for the Masters
degree and do at least one full years postgraduate training. If they
demonstrate outstanding performance and obtain authorisation of Senate
on the recommendation of the relevant College, School or Institute Board
and the Senate Postgraduate Studies Committee (SPSC), they may upgrade
their registration to PhD candidacy.

1.4.4 Other Requirements
a) Certificates obtained from foreign institutions of higher learning shall be
subject to recognition by the Tanzania Commission for Universities (TCU).
b) A candidate discontinued on academic grounds from a postgraduate
programme may be allowed to apply for admission into another
programme. Such a candidate may be admitted into the same programme
only after showing evidence that he or she has attended and passed a
relevant professional or academic course lasting at least six months after the
discontinuation.
c) Students discontinued from studies because of examination irregularities
will be considered for re-admission only after they have been away for three
years. They will be required to re-apply and compete with other applicants
for re-admission into the first year.
d) The application deadline shall be 31st March for the 1st Semester intake and
30th November for the 2nd Semester intake or any other time as may be
specified.

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1.5 Registration
1.5.1 Candidates will be registered either for coursework study followed by research
leading to a dissertation or by research leading to a thesis without a prescribed
coursework component.
a) Candidates may register as full-time or part-time students. Registration will
take place during the first two weeks of Semester I and Semester II for the
respective intakes.
b) First year candidates must submit the following documents at the time of
registration:
i. Evidence of payment of the University fees;
ii. Copies and the originals of transcripts and certificates. [The originals
will be returned to the candidate after physical verification];
iii. Two stamp-size (or passport-size) photographs; and
c) Candidates shall be required to register at the beginning of the first year of
their studies using forms UDSM/PG.F3 and UDSM/PG.F4 for the thesis
mode, and UDSM/PG.F4 for the coursework and dissertation mode.
d) Candidates must renew their registration at the beginning of every
subsequent year by submitting a duly filled form (UDSM/PG.F5) and paying
the required fees.
e) Failure to renew registration shall lead to automatic discontinuation from
studies.
1.5.2 Students shall be registered by names appearing on their certificates. No change
of names by students shall be entertained during the course of study at the
University.
1.5.3 No student shall be allowed to postpone studies after effective commencement of
an academic year except under special circumstances. Permission to postpone
studies will be considered after producing satisfactory evidence of the reason
for postponement. Special circumstances shall include:
i) Sickness;Serious social problems (each case to be considered on its own
merit); or
ii) Severe sponsorship problem.
1.5.4 Students shall be allowed to be away from the University studies for a maximum
of two years if they are to be re-admitted to the same programme and to the
year of studies where they left off.
1.5.5 No student shall be allowed to change subjects/courses/programmes after the
third week of commencement of the semester.
1.5.6 Transferring from one academic programme to another will be allowed only if
the candidate possesses the required admission criteria for the programme for
which transfer is being sought and a vacancy exists in that programme.
1.5.7 The registration of new and continuing students shall be two weeks from the first
day of the commencement of classes. Students seeking registration during the
third week shall be liable to a surcharge paid per day as the Council may from
time to time prescribe. No student shall be registered after the third week since
the commencement of the semester.
1.5.8 Every registered candidate is required to submit a progress report
(UDSM/PG.F6) to his/her supervisor who shall forward to the
College/School/Institute through the Head of Department.

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1.5.9 Masters by coursework and dissertation
Students who intend to do their Masters degree by coursework will have to
observe the following procedures:
(a) To complete the coursework component of the programme a student must
pass a minimum number of units, including all the prescribed core courses
in the programme.
(b) On Senate's approval of the results, the candidate proceeds to the
dissertation phase of the programme. It is essential that he/she writes and
tables a comprehensive proposal in a departmental seminar for the
departmental postgraduate studies committee to review and approve.

1.5.10 Masters by thesis
Having satisfied the admission criteria for Masters Degree by thesis, candidates
will have to observe the following procedures:
(a) Within four months of the registration, the candidate must have presented
a comprehensive substantive research proposal in a Departmental
seminar for all (especially the Department's Postgraduate Studies
Committee) to review.
(b) Guidelines on the writing of the Research Proposal are detailed in
Appendix II. The proposal should not exceed 20 pages in length, typed in
12-point font (Times New Roman, CG Times or Times) and have double-
spaced lines. Each member of the department's postgraduate studies
committee should be given a copy of the proposal for scrutiny at least
seven days before the date of the seminar presentation.
(c) If satisfied with the proposal's quality, the department submits the
proposal to the School/Institute/College Postgraduate Studies, Research
and Publications Committee. Students shall present the proposals
themselves to the School/Institute/College Postgraduate Studies
Committee.
(d) The School's/Institute's /Colleges Postgraduate Studies, Research and
Publications Committee will subsequently approve the proposals and
report to the SPSC for noting.
(e) Research proposals for Masters-by-thesis candidates must be submitted to
the School's/Institute's/Colleges Postgraduate Studies, Research and
Publications Committee and approved within six months from the date of
formal registration. Candidates shall pay to the School/Institute/College a
fee for each monthly extension beyond the six months as the Council may
from time to time prescribe.
(f) The duration of the registration period for Masters by thesis candidates,
including the six months of developing and submitting a research
proposal, shall be two years for full-time candidates and three years for
part-time candidates.
(g) Students registered for Masters Degree programmes by thesis may, on the
recommendation of the relevant College/School/Institute Board, be
required to do one or more formal courses appropriate to their fields of
study. In addition, students are advised to undertake short courses in
Communication Skills and computing.

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1.5.11 Extension of registration period
(a) Candidates who, for valid reasons, fail to complete their
theses/dissertations within the specified period may apply (using
UDSM/PG.F7) for an extension of the registration period.
(b) The student shall pay an extension fee per month as Council may from
time to time prescribe.
(c) The extension period shall not exceed six months for full-time and twelve
months for part-time candidates. Under very special circumstances, the
SPSC may consider a further extension of registration period for a
maximum of six months provided it is within the maximum allowable
period of registration.

1.5.12 Postponement of studies
Postponement of studies shall not be entertained. However under special
circumstances, permission to postpone studies may be considered as per
regulation 1.5.3 for students at the coursework phase. Students on thesis and
dissertation phase shall be required to freeze registration as per regulations
1.5.13.

1.5.13 Freezing registration
(a) If, for any sound reason, a candidate fails to continue with his/her studies,
he/she may apply to the SPSC for the freezing of the registration through
his/her Department and College/School/Institute.
(b) The maximum period for such freezing shall be two years.
(c) Freezing of registration is not allowed for students during the coursework
phase.

1.5.14 Maximum period of registration
(a) The maximum period of registration for a Postgraduate Diploma shall be
three years for full-time and four years for part-time students.
(b) The maximum period of registration for a Masters degree shall be four
years for full-time and five years for part-time students.
(c) The maximum period of registration for a PhD degree shall be six years for
full-time and eight years for part-time students.
(d) A candidate who fails to complete the Masters or Postgraduate Diploma
Study programme within the maximum period of registration shall be
discontinued from studies.

1.5.15 Transfer of registration
(a) A Postgraduate Diploma candidate with a coursework average of B+ or
higher may, on the recommendation of the Head of Department and the
School Dean, Director of Institute or College Principal, apply to Senate for
permission to transfer registration to that of a Masters degree. Senate will
determine the contribution of the work done under Diploma candidacy
towards the Masters degree applied for. No candidate shall acquire both
the Postgraduate Diploma and the Masters from the same programme.
(b) A student pursuing a Masters degree by thesis may, on the
recommendation of the Department and College/School/Institute
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concerned, apply through SPSC to the Senate for permission to transfer
registration to that of a Ph.D. Senate will determine what recognition may
be given to the period which the applicant has completed his or her
studentship for Masters, as a contribution towards the fulfilment of the
requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy. No candidate shall
acquire both the Masters and the Doctorate from the same programme.
(c) A student for a Masters or Ph.D. degree may, on the recommendation of
the Head and Principal/Dean/Director concerned, apply through SPSC to
Senate at any time before submission of the thesis for permission to
transfer registration to that of Postgraduate Diploma or Masters Degree
respectively, subject to the availability of the relevant programme.
(d) A PhD or Masters candidate, whose thesis examiners are either in
disagreement or have recommended thesis revision and resubmission
may, on the request of the candidate and recommendation of the
College/School/Institute Board, transfer registration to a Masters or to a
relevant existing Postgraduate Diploma programme respectively.
(e) Candidates from other Universities who would like to complete their
postgraduate programmes at the University of Dar es Salaam, may apply
to Senate through respective Colleges/Schools/Institutes and SPSC to
transfer from their previous Universities credits/units that do not exceed
1/3 of the total credits/units for the programme, provided the former
institution is accredited and the candidates meet the minimum entry
qualifications for the programme in which they wish to enrol.

1.6 Intellectual Property Rights Contract
Each registered candidate shall sign a contract with the University of Dar es
Salaam declaring that all research findings and innovations done during
studentship shall be the property of the University of Dar es Salaam and shall be
protected under the Patents Act, Cap 217 [R.E. 2002] and the University of Dar
es Salaam Intellectual Property Policy, 2008, and other applicable legal
instruments. It shall not be reproduced by any means, in full or in part, except
for short extracts within the meaning of fair use, for research or private study,
critical scholarly review or discourse with an acknowledgement, without the
written permission of the Directorate of Postgraduate Studies, on behalf of the
University of Dar es Salaam. A sample of Intellectual Property Rights Contract is
included in the Handbook of the General Regulations and Guidelines for
Postgraduate Programmes, 2013.


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2 COURSEWORK EVALUATION
2.1 Candidates registered for Postgraduate Diploma, Masters/PhD by coursework
and dissertation programmes shall sit for course examinations following
assessment procedures approved by the relevant College/School/Institute,
SPSC and Senate. Unless stipulated otherwise the General University
Undergraduate Examination Regulations shall be used to guide the conduct of
examinations of all postgraduate courses.
2.2 In all Colleges/Schools/Institutes, the relationship between letter grades,
award, numerical score and grade points shall be as follows:

Letter
Grade
Award Numerical
Score (%)
Grade
Point
A Excellent 70 100 5
B+ Very Good 60 69 4
B Good (min. passing grade) 50 59 3
C Marginal Fail 40 49 2
D Fail 35 39 1
E Absolute Fail 0 34 0

2.3 All coursework examination results must be submitted to the relevant Boards
of the Colleges/Schools/Institutes, SPSC and Senate for approval.
2.4 Presentation of examination results to Boards of Colleges/Schools/Institutes;
SPSC and Senate shall be in accordance with the University approved format.
2.5 Candidates must successfully complete the coursework phase before they are
allowed to proceed to the dissertation phase. Successful completion of the
coursework phase shall mean attainment of a "B" grade or above (i.e. a grade
point average (GPA) of at least 3.0) in all examinations.
2.6 Candidates who fail in one or more examinations, but whose GPA is 2.7 and
above shall be allowed to do supplementary examination(s) in the failed
course(s).
2.7 Candidates who fail to attain a GPA of at least 2.7 shall be discontinued from
studies.
2.8 Candidates who fail in any supplementary examination and have a GPA of 3.0
and above may be allowed to repeat the failed course(s) but shall not be
allowed to proceed to the dissertation phase before passing the failed course.
2.9 Candidates who fail to attain a GPA of at least 3.0 after supplementary
examinations shall be discontinued from studies.
2.10 Departments/Colleges/Schools will administer supplementary examinations
within a period of three months of Senate approval of the results.
2.11 All courses shall be subjected to the external examination process.
2.12 Computation of the final GPA for a degree shall be based on the minimum
number of units required to complete a degree programme or the closest
number marginally exceeding the prescribed minimum by including


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(a) all the prescribed core courses
(b) the best performed elective courses.
2.13 Grades of all courses attempted by the candidate shall appear in the transcript.
2.14 The General University Undergraduate Examination Regulations shall govern
the handling of examination irregularities except where it is indicated
Undergraduate Studies Committee should read Postgraduate Studies
Committee.

3 REGULATIONS ON THESIS/DISSERTATION PHASE
3.1 GENERAL REGULATIONS
3.1.1 Candidates doing a Postgraduate programme by coursework and dissertation and
who have qualified to continue with the dissertation phase after the
coursework part, shall be required to submit a dissertation in partial fulfilment
of the degree requirements, after a specified period set by the relevant College,
School or Institute.
3.1.2 In the case of some Colleges/Schools/Institutes where the dissertation
constitutes a small proportion of the degree programme (i.e. less than 50% of
the study units), the College/School/Institute regulations for the submission
and examination of dissertations shall apply.
3.1.3 Both dissertations and theses shall be examined and graded with a letter grade
according to form UDSM/PG.F9.
3.1.4 The grade for the dissertation shall contribute to the final grade point average
(GPA).
3.1.5 Before the initial submission of the dissertation/thesis, all thesis and dissertation
postgraduate candidates shall make a presentation to the departmental
postgraduate studies committee which shall approve such submission.
3.1.6 All PhD thesis and dissertation candidates shall be required to produce at least
one paper, published or accepted for publication in a journal recognised by
UDSM, during the course of their study programme.

3.2 NOTICE OF INTENTION TO SUBMIT
At least three months before submitting a dissertation or a thesis a candidate
shall, through the supervisor, Department and College/School/Institute, give
notice in writing to the Chairperson, SPSC, expressing intention to submit the
dissertation/thesis. This notice shall be submitted using form UDSM/PG.F8.

3.3 ACADEMIC DISHONESTY
3.3.1 Acts of academic dishonesty include but are not limited to:
(a) Plagiarism, or
(b) The acquisition, and use, without acknowledgement, of academic
materials belonging to someone else.
3.3.2 The term plagiarism includes but is not limited to, a deliberate or negligent use
by paraphrase or direct quotation of the published or unpublished work of
another person without full and clear acknowledgment.
3.3.3 Any candidate found guilty of academic dishonesty shall be deemed to have
committed an examination irregularity and shall be discontinued forthwith from
studies.
3.3.4 If cases of academic dishonesty are discovered after the candidate has been
awarded a degree, the University shall have the power to withdraw the award.


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4 EXAMINATION OF MASTERS THESES/DISSERTATIONS AND DEGREE AWARDS
4.1 GENERAL REGULATIONS
4.1.1 All Masters candidates must present their dissertation/thesis to the
departmental postgraduate studies committee for it to approve that the
dissertation/thesis is ready for examination.
4.1.2 Every dissertation/thesis shall be examined by at least two examiners who are
specialists in the area and approved by the relevant College/School/Institute
Board, SPSC and Senate. At least one of these must be external to the University.
4.1.3 Internal examiners must be members of the academic staff of the University. The
candidates supervisor may not act as the internal examiner.
4.1.4 Transmission of theses/dissertations is the official responsibility of
Colleges/Schools/Institutes, using their share of examination fees.
4.1.5 (a) The examiners shall be required to submit their detailed reports on the
thesis/dissertation within a period of two months from the date of receipt
of the thesis and within a period of one month for a dissertation.
(b) The examination report shall contain a detailed description and focus as
per grading form UDSM/PG.F9).
4.1.6 If the reports are not received within three months, new examiners shall be
appointed.
4.1.7 Each examiner shall also be required to summarise his/her report on the
thesis/dissertation by filling in Summary Form UDSM/PG.F9 with a definite
recommendation for one of the following actions:
(a) The degree be awarded to the candidate unconditionally;
(b) The degree be awarded subject to typographical corrections/minor
revisions;
(c) The degree be awarded subject to substantial corrections and revisions as
indicated in the examination report;
(d) The degree not be awarded, but the candidate may be allowed to revise
and re-submit the thesis/dissertation for re-examination;
(e) The degree not be awarded, but may be resubmitted for a lower award;
(f) The thesis/dissertation be rejected outright.
4.1.8 The College/School/Institute Postgraduate Studies Committee shall determine
the candidates dissertation/thesis final grade from recommendations of the
department in form UDSM/PG.F10 as extracted from form UDSM/PG.F9.
4.1.9 Where the examiners differ significantly (one passes and one fails the candidate
or a difference of two grades) in their overall recommendation, the
College/School/Institute Postgraduate Studies Committee shall examine the
case and recommend one of the following actions:
(a) The recommendation of the External Examiner be adopted;
(b) An additional independent examiner (without knowledge of the previous
examiners assessments) be appointed;
4.1.10 The University shall pay honoraria to the External and Internal Examiners at the
rate prescribed by Council and upon receiving detailed reports and summary
reports of the thesis/dissertation under examination. The claims shall be made
through filling in forms UDSM/PG.F15 (for Internal Examiner) and
UDSM/PG.F16 (for External Examiner).


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4.1.11 A dissertation or thesis passed subject to typographical corrections/minor
revisions must be submitted for degree award within one month from the date
of the Senates approval of the examination results.
4.1.12 A dissertation or thesis passed subject to substantial corrections and revisions
must be submitted for degree award within three months from the date of the
Senates approval of examination results. The Internal Examiner shall verify the
corrections.
4.1.13 Only candidates whose theses have been passed in accordance with regulations
4.1.7(a) through (c) shall be allowed to sit for viva voce examination.
4.1.14 A thesis/dissertation not accepted in accordance with regulation 4.1.7(d) above
must be re-submitted for examination within nine months from the date of the
Senates approval of examination results.
4.1.15 A candidate whose thesis/dissertation is rejected in accordance with regulation
4.1.7(f) shall be discontinued from studies.
4.1.16 A candidate who fails, without reasonable cause, to submit a postgraduate degree
dissertation/thesis within the period stated in 4.1.11, 4.1.12 and 4.1.14 and
above shall be discontinued from studies.
4.1.17 Where the examiners are not in agreement in their overall recommendation after
resubmission, regulation 4.1.9 shall apply.
4.1.18 Subsequent publications from a thesis/dissertation submitted for a Masters
degree of the University of Dar es Salaam must contain a statement that the
work is based on a thesis/ dissertation submitted to the University.

4.2 VIVA VOCE EXAMINATIONS FOR MASTERS DEGREE BY THESIS PROGRAMMES
4.2.1 In Masters Degree programmes involving examinations of thesis alone without
any prescribed coursework component, the candidate shall, in addition to
writing a thesis, appear for a viva voce examination.
4.2.2 The viva voce examination shall take place only after the SPSC and Senate have
been satisfied that the thesis submitted by the candidate is considered by the
examiners to be satisfactory.
4.2.3 The questions to be asked in the viva voce examination shall primarily focus on
the candidate's thesis research area. Questions in peripheral areas are also
encouraged, if they help to establish the candidate's level of academic maturity
on the thesis subject matter.
4.2.4 The members of the viva voce panel shall be so selected as to ensure that
sufficiently qualified and experienced scholars in the research or related area
examine the candidate.
4.2.5 The viva voce examination for a Masters degree shall comprise of at least five, but
not more than seven examiners, who shall be appointed by the Senate
Chairperson on the recommendation of the Principal/Dean/Director of the
relevant College/School/Institute, and of the Head of the relevant Department
where the candidate is registered. The viva voce panel shall be as follows:
(i) Chairperson nominated by the College Principal/School Dean/Institute
Director;
(ii) External Examiner (or his/her representative), recommended by the
relevant College Principal/School Dean/Institute Director;
(iii) Internal Examiner who did not guide the research;
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(v) Head of the relevant Department (or his/her appointee); and
(vi) Two other members appointed by the respective College/School/Institute.
4.2.6 The College Principal/School Dean/Institute Director on behalf of the Senate
must approve the date of examination at least two weeks before the
examination.
4.2.7 The Head of Department/Unit must inform the candidate in writing regarding the
examination arrangements at least two weeks before the examination, with
copies to the Principal/Dean/Director and the Director of Postgraduate Studies.
4.2.8 The viva voce panellists shall be provided with full texts of the examiners' reports
and copies of the candidate's thesis at least one week before the date of the oral
examination. The College/School/Institute shall ensure availability of copies of
the thesis using their share of examination fees.
4.2.9 The function of the viva voce shall be to ascertain that the thesis presented fulfils
the following criteria:
(i) The thesis is the original work of the candidate;
(ii) The broader subject area in which the study is based is fully grasped by
the candidate;
(iii) Any weaknesses in the thesis are adequately clarified by the candidate;
and
(iv) A definite recommendation is made to the Senate through the SPSC as to
whether the candidate should be declared as having Passed or Failed.
4.2.10 The viva voce panellists should, as far as possible, work towards arriving at a
unanimous decision on the candidate's performance. Where the panellists are
unable to reach a unanimous agreement as to whether the candidate passes or
fails, a vote shall be taken to arrive at a decision. A majority vote shall be
required for passing the viva voce examination.
4.2.11 At the end of the viva voce examination, the panel members shall sign a viva voce
Examination Results Form UDSM/PG.F11, giving a specific recommendation on
the candidate's performance. This shall be submitted, along with a detailed
report on how the candidate handled the questions, to the Chairperson of SPSC
for processing, whereupon, each panellist in the viva voce examination shall
receive an honorarium at the rate approved by the University.
4.2.12 Where there is a disagreement between the recommendation of the thesis
examiners and the viva voce examiners, the SPSC shall study the case and
recommend to Senate one of the following options:
(a) The candidate revises and re-submits the thesis and subsequently re-
appears for a further oral/written, or practical examination, within a
specified period, but not exceeding 6 months since the date of the decision
by Senate; or
(b) The candidate is deemed to have failed outright.
4.2.13 The duration of the viva voce examination for Masters Degrees shall not exceed
two hours.
30 minutes of presentation
1 hour and 15 minutes of questions and answers
15 minutes of deliberations and decision by the examining panellists.
4.2.14 The viva voce panel should nominate the candidates supervisor or an appointee
from the relevant department to be the recorder of the viva voce examination
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4.2.15 The proceedings of the viva voce, vetted by the panel chairperson, must be ready
within two weeks after the date of the viva voce examination.
4.2.16 The final decision on the award of the postgraduate degree shall be made by the
Senate on the recommendation of the SPSC.
4.2.17 Work rejected by Examiners after re-submission shall not be accepted for re-
examination at the University of Dar es Salaam.

4.3 APPEALS
4.3.1 Appeals must be lodged with the appropriate University authorities within six
months from the date of approval of the results.
4.3.2 Any appeal shall be lodged with the Board of the appellants College, or School, or
Academic Institute, which shall forward the appeal with observations to the SPSC,
whose observations and recommendations will be forwarded to Senate for
approval.
4.3.3 Except where unfair marking, wrong computation of marks or grades or other
like irregularity committed in the conduct of any University examination is
alleged, no appeal shall lie in respect of any such examination on any ground.
4.3.4 No appeal will be considered where:
(a) the candidate appeals for re-marking of examination script but fails to
establish reasonable grounds for prejudice, incompetence, or lack of
integrity on the part of the internal examiner.
(b) it raises for the first time issues concerning the supervision, teaching or
coursework assessment. Such matters will only be considered if they had
been raised by the student promptly and in writing, at the time when they
first arose.
(c) A student alleges illness or other factors but where s/he had an
opportunity to postpone studies or examination(s) but voluntarily opted
not to take that opportunity.
4.3.5 Any member of the appellants College, School or Academic Institute Board who
participated in the making of the decision against which appeal is lodged shall not
have a voting right in the Senate over such an appeal and may participate herein
only in terms of presentation of findings and recommendations of the appellants
College, School or Academic Institute Board by answering queries, as the case
may be, and shall otherwise be absent from the Senate session considering any
such appeal.
4.3.6 Any student or candidate aggrieved by a decision of Senate on terms of the
provisions of regulation regarding examination irregularities may apply for
review of the decision by the Senate.
4.3.7 Appeals made under regulation 5.6 shall be lodged directly with the Deputy Vice
Chancellor in charge of academics who shall forward them to the Senate with
observations and recommendations herein.
4.3.8 Any person who has been involved at any stage in the processing of a case of
alleged commission of examination irregularity, whether at first instance or in the
preparation for the appeal, shall be barred from participating in the making
decision over such a case, except for the purpose of making a presentation of
findings or recommendations or answering queries, as the case may be, in respect
thereof and shall otherwise be absent from the Senate session considering such
appeal.


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4.3.9 The candidates appeal shall be entertained upon payment of an appeal fee as
determined by the University Council.
4.3.10 A student may appeal to the Chairman of Senate against the decision of the Senate
on his/her appeal by lodging the appeal through the DVC in charge of academics.
Such an appeal shall only be entertained if it had at first been rejected by Senate
and if the student presents new developments and/or grounds that were not and
could not be made available to Senate.
4.3.11 The Chairman of Senates decision on an appeal, which shall be reported to
Senate, shall be final and conclusive and no further appeal shall be entertained
regarding the same issue.

5 DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY (Ph.D.) DEGREE
5.1 Ph.D. MODES OF REGISTRATION
The University of Dar es Salaam offers a Doctor of Philosophy degree
programme in three modes of registration:
a. Registration for Masters with possible upgrade to PhD by Coursework and
Dissertation
b. Registration for Ph.D. by Coursework and Dissertation
c. Registration for Ph.D. by Thesis

5.2 Entry Qualifications
MASTERS PROGRAMME WITH POSSIBLE UPGRADE TO Ph.D. BY COURSEWORK AND DISSERTATION
Upper Second class Bachelors degree from the University of Dar es Salaam or its
equivalent. This applies to PhD programmes that have been designed to
accommodate such transition.

Ph.D. BY COURSEWORK AND DISSERTATION
Masters degree from the University of Dar es Salaam or its equivalent.

Ph.D. BY THESIS
Masters degree from the University of Dar es Salaam or its equivalent.

5.3 General Regulations for Ph.D. by Coursework and Dissertation Programmes
5.3.1 Candidates must take a minimum of 30 and a maximum of 36 course units per
year (minimum of 15 and maximum of 18 units per semester). The minimum
number of core course units shall be 9 per semester and 18 per year.
5.3.2 The additional audited courses taken by students shall not count towards the
final number of units that is required.
5.3.3 All examinations and the students progress from year to year shall be guided by
the regulations in chapter 2.
5.3.4 Courses shall have a minimum of three units and maximum of six units.
5.3.5 At the end of the coursework part, candidates shall be required to do a
comprehensive examination as prescribed by the College/School/Institute
before they can be allowed to proceed to the dissertation phase.
(a) A comprehensive examination is a specific type of examination that must
be completed by graduate students after completing the coursework part
but before embarking on the dissertation part.
(b) The examination may vary from one academic unit to another, but must
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understanding of the subject area, as well as the capacity to develop and
communicate logical arguments.
(c) Comprehensive examinations shall be both oral and written and shall be
assessed on a pass or fail basis.
(d) Oral comprehensive examinations shall not take more than three hours.
(e) A candidate who fails a comprehensive examination shall be required to
take another comprehensive examination as recommended by the
examination panel.
(f) A candidate should be given a minimum of three months to prepare for
the comprehensive examination and must pass the examination within a
year after completing the coursework.
(g) A comprehensive examination shall be judged by a panel of experts in the
relevant field who possess a PhD. The panel should be constituted by the
Principal/Dean/Director in consultation with Heads of Departments and
shall have an odd number of members i.e. 3 or 5. The most senior member
shall chair the panel.
(h) Members shall be given the candidates written report at least two weeks
before the oral examination to allow them to thoroughly read it and
prepare for the oral examination.

5.4 Registration of Ph.D. Candidates
5.4.1 PhD candidates may be registered as full-time or part-time students.
5.4.2 Candidates shall be required to register at the beginning of the first year of their
studies (using Form UDSM/PG.F4a) and to renew their registration at the
beginning of subsequent years by filling in Form UDSM/PG.F5 after paying the
required fees.
5.4.3 Failure to renew registration shall mean automatic discontinuation from studies.
5.4.4 The registration for PhD programmes shall follow a process similar to the one for
Masters programmes stipulated in section 1.5.
5.4.5 A candidate registered for the Ph.D. degree programme by thesis may, on
recommendation of the relevant College/School/Institute Board, be required to
do one or more formal courses appropriate to his/her field of study, as
prescribed by his/her supervisor(s).
5.4.6 The appointed supervisor(s) shall guide the candidate in his/her research and
shall submit periodic reports (twice a year) on the candidate's progress (Form
UDSM/PG.F6).
5.4.7 (a) The duration of the PhD programme by coursework and dissertation shall
be four years for full-time and six years for part-time candidates. PhD
programme by thesis shall take three years for full-time and five years for
part-time candidates.
(b) If, for valid reason(s), a candidate wishes to temporarily halt studies,
he/she has to apply to the SPSC for the postponement of studies (during
the coursework phase) or freezing of the registration (during the
dissertation phase and for thesis candidates).
(c) Postponement of studies and freezing of registration shall be applied
through the Principal/Dean/Director and the Head of Department to the
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Chairman of Senate. The maximum periods for postponement of studies
and for freezing of registration shall be two years.
(d) Candidates who, for valid reasons, fail to complete their programmes
within the specified period may apply (using UDSM/PG.F7) for an
extension of the registration period. The candidate shall pay a monthly fee
prescribed by Council for such an extension.
(e) The total extension period shall not exceed two years for full-time and
three years for part-time candidates.
(f) The maximum allowable period of registration for a PhD degree shall be
six years for full-time and eight years for part-time students.
5.4.8 A PhD candidate, whose thesis examiners are either in disagreement or have
recommended thesis revision and resubmission may, on the recommendation
of the College/School/Institute Board, transfer registration to a relevant
existing Masters programme.

5.5 Submission of a Ph.D. Thesis/Dissertation
5.5.1 The Ph.D. degree examination requires the submission of a thesis/dissertation by
the candidate, embodying the results of the research.
5.5.2 PhD thesis/dissertation cannot be submitted without publishing at least one
journal paper from the work.
5.5.3 (a) Thesis/dissertation may be submitted either as a single monograph or at
least 5 journal papers with introduction and conclusion chapters. Two of
the journal papers must be published in an international journal
recognized by the University of Dar es Salaam.
(b) The candidate must be the principal author in all journal papers submitted
for the award of a PhD degree.
5.5.4 (a) No candidate may be permitted to submit a thesis/dissertation for the
Ph.D. degree in less than 24 months from the date of registration.
(b) A PhD candidate may, however, be allowed to submit his/her
thesis/dissertation earlier than this if the supervisor and the relevant
College/School/Institute Postgraduate Studies Committee is satisfied with
the candidates research contribution of new knowledge.
5.5.5 At least three months before the thesis/dissertation is submitted, the candidate
shall, through the supervisor, give notice of intention to submit the
thesis/dissertation. He/she should do this in writing to the Chairperson, SPSC
(using form UDSM PG.F8) submitting, at the same time, the proposed title and
an outline of the plan and general scope of the thesis/dissertation.
5.5.6 Every thesis/dissertation submitted for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy must
be satisfactory with respect to its format and text presentation. The
thesis/dissertation must contain a one-page abstract, which shall concisely
indicate the problem investigated, the procedures, research methods employed,
the general results, new contributions made, and the major conclusions
reached.
5.5.7 All PhD candidates must present their dissertation/thesis to the departmental
postgraduate studies committee for it to approve that the dissertation/thesis is
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5.6 Examination of Theses/Dissertations and Award of a Ph.D. Degree
5.6.1 (a) For every PhD candidate approaching submission Senate shall appoint, on
the recommendation of the relevant College/School/Institute and the SPSC, at
least two qualified examiners, one of whom shall be External to the University of
Dar es Salaam. The Examiners shall be required to assess the thesis/dissertation
following standards prescribed by the University of Dar es Salaam.
(b) The internal examiner shall be an expert not involved in the candidates
supervision.
5.6.2 Transmission of theses/dissertations is the responsibility of
Colleges/Schools/Institutes, using their share of examination fees. The
Examiners shall be required to submit independent reports on the PhD
thesis/dissertation as prescribed under the Masters programme.
(a) The examiners shall be required to submit their detailed reports on the
thesis/dissertation within a period of two months from the date of receipt
of the thesis/dissertation.
(b) If the reports are not received within three months, new examiners shall
be appointed.
5.6.3 The PhD thesis/dissertation should show evidence that the candidate has made
an original and significant contribution to knowledge, and each examiner shall
submit a summary of the report on the thesis/dissertation (using form
UDSM/PG.F9) with a definite recommendation for one of the following actions:-
(a) The Ph.D. degree be awarded to the candidate unconditionally;
(b) The degree be awarded subject to typographical corrections and/or minor
revisions;
(c) The degree be awarded subject to making substantial revisions and
corrections as recommended;
(d) The degree should not be awarded, but the candidate be allowed to revise
and resubmit the PhD thesis for re-examination after a further period of
study and/or research;
(e) The degree should not be awarded, but the candidate be permitted to re-
submit the work in a revised form for a Masters Degree award;
(f) The thesis/dissertation be rejected outright.
5.6.4 Where the examiners are not in agreement in their overall recommendation,
SPSC shall consider the case and recommend one of the following actions:
(a) The recommendation of the External Examiner be taken;
(b) An additional independent examiner be appointed;
5.6.5 The University shall pay honoraria to the External and Internal Examiners at
rates prescribed by Council and upon receiving detailed reports and summary
reports of the thesis under examination.
5.6.6 A thesis/dissertation not accepted as per regulation 5.6.3(d) above must be re-
written and re-submitted for re-examination within 18 months.
5.6.7 Candidates who fail to submit their thesis/dissertation within the period stated
in 5.6.6 above shall be discontinued from studies.
5.7 Viva voce Examination for Ph.D. Candidates
5.7.1 In addition to writing a thesis/dissertation, the PhD candidate shall appear for a
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5.7.2 The viva voce examination shall take place only after the Senate has been satisfied
that the thesis/dissertation submitted by the candidate is considered by the
examiners to be of acceptable standard.
5.7.3 The candidates supervisor or appointee of the department shall be the recorder
of the viva voce examination proceedings
5.7.4 The questions in the viva voce examination shall primarily focus on the
candidate's thesis/dissertation research area.
5.7.5 The members of viva voce panel shall be so selected as to ensure that the
candidate is examined by sufficiently qualified and experienced scholars in the
research (or related) area.
5.7.6 (a) The viva voce examination shall comprise at least seven examiners
appointed by the Senate through the relevant College/School/Institute
Board and the SPSC.
(b) The composition of the viva voce panel shall be as follows:
i) Chairperson (with voting power);
ii) External Examiner who examined the thesis (or his/her
representative);
iii) Internal Examiner who did not supervise the work and examined
the thesis/dissertation;
iv) One of the candidates supervisors (with voting power);
v) Appointee of the Principal of College/Dean of School/Director of
Institute where the candidate is registered;
vi) Appointee of the Head of Department where the candidate is
registered;
vii) Three other qualified co-opted members, invited by the relevant
College/School/Institute, and approved by Senate through the
relevant committee.
(c) The other supervisor(s) who did not examine the thesis/dissertation shall
be invited to the viva voce examination as observers. They shall neither
have voting power nor ask questions.
5.7.7 The Chairperson of the viva voce panel, who need not be a specialist in the
candidate's thesis/dissertation area, shall be a senior academician (at least
senior lecturer).
5.7.8 Panellists under Regulation no. 5.7.6 (b) (ii) and (iii) who are unable to be
present at the viva voce examination, shall submit their oral examination
questions to the College/School/Institute, and also nominate their
representatives (where possible) to the viva voce who shall be appointed as per
5.7.6 (a).
5.7.9 The viva voce panellists shall be provided with the examiners' reports, and copies
of the candidate's thesis/dissertation, at least two weeks before the date of the
oral examination.
5.7.10 The function of the viva voce shall be:
(a) To ascertain that:
i) The thesis/dissertation presented (the data, methodology, analysis
and findings) is the original work of the candidate;
ii) The broader subject area in which the study is based is fully
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iii) Any uncertainties or weakness in the thesis/dissertation can be
adequately clarified by the candidate; and
(b) To make a definite recommendation to the SPSC and Senate as to whether
the candidate has passed or failed.
5.7.11 The viva voce panel shall, as far as possible, work towards arriving at a
unanimous decision on the candidate's performance as per 5.7.10 (a) (i) to (iii).
Where the panellists are unable to reach a consensus as to whether the
candidate passes or fails, a vote shall be taken to arrive at a decision. A majority
vote in favour of passing the candidate shall be required for passing a viva voce
examination.
5.7.12 (a) At the end of the viva voce examination, the panel members shall sign a
viva voce Examinations Results Form UDSM/PG.F12 giving a specific
recommendation to SPSC on the candidate's performance with a definite
recommendation for one of the following actions:
i) The Candidate PASSES and no additional corrections in the
thesis/dissertation are required;
ii) The Candidate PASSES subject to making minor corrections and
revisions in the thesis/dissertation as stated in the viva voce
proceedings, within three months;
iii) The Candidate is referred to make substantial corrections and
revisions as stated in the viva voce proceedings within six
months, and at least two viva voce panellists must certify that the
corrections have been done as directed;
iv) The Candidate fails but should be given another chance to
resubmit and defend the thesis/dissertation after eliminating the
weaknesses detailed in the viva voce proceedings within nine
months;
v) The Candidate fails outright.
(b) The Chairperson of the panel shall also submit to SPSC a comprehensive
report approved by the oral panellists, detailing all the questions
addressed to the candidate and the answers he/she gave to those
questions.
(c) Whereupon, each panellist in the viva voce examination shall receive an
honorarium at the rate approved by the University.
5.7.13 Where there is disagreement between the recommendations of the
thesis/dissertation examiners and those of the viva voce panellists, the SPSC
shall carefully study the case and recommend to Senate one of the following
actions:
(a) The candidate revises and re-submits the thesis/dissertation and
subsequently re-appears for a further oral examination, within a specified
period, but not exceeding 12 months from the date of the decision by
Senate; or
(b) The candidate be deemed to have failed outright.
5.7.14 The duration of the viva voce examination shall normally not exceed three hours.
Maximum of 45 minutes of presentation
Maximum of 2 hour of questions and answers
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5.7.15 Senate shall make the final decision on the PhD degree award to the candidate, on
the recommendation of the SPSC.
5.7.16 Subsequent publications from a thesis/dissertation submitted for the PhD degree
of the University of Dar es Salaam must contain a statement to the effect that
the work is based on a thesis submitted to the University.

6 HIGHER DOCTORATE DEGREES
6.1 Definition
6.1.1 Higher Doctorate at the University of Dar es Salaam shall mean the degrees of:
(a) Doctor of Literature in the Colleges of Arts and Social Sciences (CASS),
School of Education (SoED), School of Journalism and Mass
Communication (SJMC), University of Dar es Salaam Business School
(UDBS), Institute of Kiswahili Studies (IKS) and Institute of Development
Studies (IDS);
(b) Doctor of Laws in the University of Dar es Salaam School of Law (UDSL);
and
(c) Doctor of Science in the College of Engineering and Technology (CoET),
the College of Natural and Applied Sciences (CoNAS) and College of
Information and Communication Technologies (CoICT).
6.1.2 The Higher Doctorates are granted for original contribution of distinguished
merit to some branch of science or the humanities.

6.2 Eligibility for Candidacy
The following category of members of staff of the University of Dar es Salaam
shall be eligible for candidacy for the award of a Higher Doctorate of the
University of Dar es Salaam.
(a) Holders of a PhD of the University of Dar es Salaam, of at least five years
standing; or
(b) Holders of a PhD degree of the former University of East Africa; or
(c) Holders of a PhD degree or equivalent of any other recognised University
provided that, at the time of applying for candidacy, they will have served
the University of Dar es Salaam in teaching, research or other approved
role for a minimum period of five years.

6.3 Application for Candidacy
6.3.1 A candidate for this award shall normally apply for a Higher Doctorate of the
College/School/Institute in which the subject of his/her previous degree(s) was
studied.
6.3.2 The intending candidate must supply to the relevant College/School/Institute,
through his/her complete Curriculum Vitae and any other documents, sufficient
evidence of his/her qualifications for the Higher Doctorate candidacy.
6.3.3 The candidate's application must be accompanied by a unifying statement of not
more than 5000 words, which concisely but comprehensively sums up his/her
significant contribution(s) to knowledge in a chosen field.
6.3.4 Together with the unifying statement, the candidate must submit a compilation of
his/her important and original published works (excluding works earlier
submitted for Masters or PhD degrees). Published works shall mean what is
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publication. (Serious emphasis is placed on published work to ensure that the
work submitted for examination has been available for criticism).
6.3.5 The candidate's application for candidacy shall be scrutinised by the appropriate
College/School/Institute, and his/her candidature shall be approved through
the relevant College/School/Institute Board, the SPSC and Senate.

6.4 Submission of Published Works and Examinations
6.4.1 The work submitted by the candidate shall be in four copies, and be referred to
three examiners appointed by Senate on the recommendation of the
College/School/Institute Board, and the SPSC. All the Examiners shall be
external to the University, preferably holders of Higher Doctorates themselves.
6.4.2 The work shall be accompanied by a declaration by the candidate that it has not
been submitted for a Higher Doctorate in any other University.
6.4.3 The job of the examiners is to carefully and critically examine the candidate's
contribution to ascertain that:
(a) The work shows outstanding originality;
(b) The candidate's contribution to knowledge has been substantial; and
(d) The format of presentation of the candidate's work is acceptable.
6.4.4 Examiners for the Higher Doctorate should be selected from amongst the most
highly distinguished international scholars in the subject, preferably holders of
Higher Doctorates themselves.
6.4.5 The examiners may recommend the candidate to appear for a viva voce
examination. Under such circumstances, the PhD regulations for viva voce
examination shall be used as guidelines.

6.5 Higher Doctorate Award
6.5.1 The examiners shall submit a report on the candidate's published work,
recommending, in definite terms, whether or not the Higher Doctorate should
be awarded to him/her.
6.5.2 In case of disagreement between the examiners, similar guidelines as those
prescribed for Masters and PhD candidates shall be followed. The final
approval on the degree award shall be granted by Senate, after it has been
satisfied that the work presented makes a substantial and distinct contribution
to knowledge.
6.5.3 A candidate who fails to qualify for the Higher Doctorate award shall not be
allowed to re-apply for the same degree for at least three years.
6.5.4 The successful Higher Doctorate candidate shall be required to give a public
lecture on his/her contribution before the degree is awarded.

7 OCCASIONAL STUDENTS
7.1 Definition
The term "Occasional Student", as applied at the University of Dar es Salaam,
shall be taken to mean any student whose study programme lasts for only one
semester, or part of a semester.

7.2 Entry Requirements
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7.2.2 The application for Occasional Studentship must be supported by at least two
referees. At least one of these must be an academic member of staff, who is well
acquainted with University teaching and research.
7.2.3 The admission of an Occasional Student will take into consideration not only the
academic qualifications of the applicant, but also the availability of a local
supervisor in the relevant Department where the applicant intends to
undertake studies.
7.2.4 While Occasional Students are not obliged to sit for the end of semester
examinations, they are encouraged to do so. They may be allowed to audit
various courses.
7.2.5 Occasional Students shall pay their fees pro rata, in accordance with what is
prescribed for regular postgraduate students.
7.2.6 Occasional Students may register for some undergraduate courses.

8 SHORT-TERM STUDENTS
8.1 Definition
The term "Short-term Student" as applied at the University of Dar es Salaam,
shall be taken to mean any student whose study programme lasts for more than
one semester and extends up to one full academic year.

8.2 Entry Requirements
8.2.1 The admission qualifications shall be as those prescribed for regular
postgraduate students.
8.2.2 Short-term students are expected to enrol in their courses for credit. Hence they
shall be required to appear for end-of-semester examinations, which are
governed by the general university regulations applicable to other relevant
postgraduate courses.
8.2.3 Short-term students may register for undergraduate courses, in which case
relevant undergraduate regulations shall apply.
8.2.4 Short-term students may enrol for training by research alone, in which case they
will be assigned supervisors to guide them.
8.2.5 Short-term students who attain a grade of B or higher in their prescribed
postgraduate courses, may be allowed to change their status to a Masters
degree (and, in exceptional circumstances, to a PhD degree) course.
8.2.6 Short-term students shall pay their fees in accordance with what is prescribed for
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9 SANDWICH PROGRAMMES
9.1 The University of Dar es Salaam has developed links with other Academic
institutions for collaboration in postgraduate training. Under these
arrangements, postgraduate students registered in other Universities can have
opportunities to conduct part of their studies at the University of Dar es Salaam
as occasional or short-term students as per sections 7 and 8, depending on the
period they would like to stay at the University of Dar es Salaam.
9.2 Postgraduate students registered in other institutions may have the opportunity
to conduct part of their studies during the dissertation or thesis phase at the
University of Dar es Salaam. Such candidates must send applications to Senate
through SPSC Board and the respective teaching units at least six months in
advance, stating the duration they would like to spend at the University of Dar es
Salaam. The application letter must be attached with the following documents:
(i) Applicants full curriculum vitae;
(ii) A concise statement of the proposed project, including objectives,
description of problem area, methodology, expected outputs, the period of
research and places in Tanzania where the work will be carried out;
(iii) Confirmation of availability of financial support to cover travel, fees,
research funds and upkeep allowances, and/or any other material support
for the intended research;
(iv) Names of two referees who are qualified in the field of research which the
applicant wishes to undertake; and
(v) Name of contact person in the department of intended study at the
University of Dar es Salaam.
9.3 Upon reporting at the University, postgraduate research students will be required
to obtain the following before they can be allowed to conduct research:
(i) Ethical Clearance, if necessary, from their countries and from the relevant
authority in Tanzania; and
(ii) Research Clearance.
9.4 Students who wish to extend their work at the University may apply for renewal
at least two months before the expiry of their registration. The renewal letter
stating justification for continuation of the registration must be sent to the Senate
through the Senate Postgraduate Studies Committee.
9.5 The University will pay the staff members supervising the candidates at an
approved rate.

10 ENQUIRIES ABOUT POSTGRADUATE STUDIES

10.1 All enquiries about postgraduate studies should be addressed to:
The Director of Postgraduate Studies,
University of Dar es Salaam,
P.O. Box 35091,
DAR ES SALAAM, TANZANIA
E-MAIL: dsgs@admin.udsm.ac.tz
Tel. General: +255-22-2410500-9, Ext: 2010
Tel. Direct: +255-22-2410069
Fax: +255-22-2410078



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10.2 Application forms can be obtained from the Directorate of Postgraduate Studies
(DPGS), the respective programme colleges/schools/institutes or our website at
www.udsm.ac.tz.


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UNIVERSITY OF DAR ES SALAAM FEE STRUCTURE

1.0 FEE STRUCTURE FOR TANZANIAN STUDENTS

1.1 Direct University Costs
Cost Item Amount in
TShs.
Application 50,000
Student Union 20,000
Registration 20,000
Caution Money 50,000
Student ID 5,000

1.2 Tuition Fee for Postgraduate Diploma, Master and Ph.D. Programmes
College/School/
Institute
Postgraduate
Diploma
12 Months
Master Degree Ph.D./ Year
(TShs.) 18
Months
24
Months
University of Dar es Salaam
School of Education (UDSE),
Institute of Kiswahili Studies
(IKS)
3,250,000 4,875,000 6,500,000 3,250,000
School of Journalism and
Mass Communication (SJMC)
3,500,000 5,250,000 7,000,000 3,500,000
College of Arts and Social
Sciences (CASS), College of
Engineering and Technology
(CoET), College of Natural
and Applied Sciences
(CoNAS), College of
Information and
Communication
Technologies (CoICT),
Institute of Development
Studies (IDS), Institute of
Marine Sciences (IMS),
Institute of Resource
Assessment (IRA), University
of Dar es Salaam School of
Law (UDSoL) & University of
Dar es Salaam Business
School (UDBS)
4,250,000 6,375,000 8,500,000 4,250,000


1.3 Direct Student Costs (Payable direct to the student)
Cost Item Postgraduat
e Diploma
(TShs.)
Masters
(TShs.)
Ph.D.
(TShs.)
Stationery 100,000 200,000 200,000
Books 350,000 500,000 500,000
Stipend 6,000,000 6,000,000 7,200,000
Thesis Production* 0 350,000 500,000


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Independent Study/Practical
Training/Research Paper/ Teaching Practice
for PGDE
500,000 0 0
Total 6,950,000 7,050,000 8,400,000
*Cost for thesis production shall be paid to students in the final year.


1.4 Research Funds
College/School/Institute TShs.
Masters Ph.D.
College of Engineering and Technology (CoET), College of
Natural and Applied Sciences (CoNAS) & Institute of Marine
Sciences (IMS)
10,000,000 20,000,000
College of Information and Communication Technologies
(CoICT)
5,000,000 15,000,000
University of Dar es Salaam School of Education (UDSE),
Institute of Kiswahili Studies (IKS), School of Journalism and
Mass Communication (SJMC), College of Arts and Social
Sciences (CASS), Institute of Development Studies (IDS),
Institute of Resource Assessment (IRA), University of Dar es
Salaam School of Law (UDSoL) & University of Dar es Salaam
Business School (UDBS)
4,000,000 12,000,000

1.5 Clarification on Research Funds
(i) For Master Programmes, the amount shown is paid once.
(ii) For Ph.D. by Coursework and Dissertation, the amount shown is paid in the third or
fourth year of study during the research phase.
(iii) For Ph.D. by thesis, the amount shown covers three years of study.

1.6 BANK DETAILS
University Fees should be paid through the bank as follows:
A/C Name: University of Dar es Salaam
A/C Number: 040103001709
Bank name: NBC Bank, UDSM Branch
Swift Code: NLCBTZTX
Bank Identifier: NLCBTZTO



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2.0 FEE STRUCTURE FOR FOREIGN STUDENTS

2.1 Direct University Costs
Cost Item Amount in (US $)
Application 50
Student Union 15
Registration 15
Caution Money 50
Student ID 5

2.2 Tuition Fee for Postgraduate Diploma, Master and Ph.D. Programmes
College/School/
Institute
Postgraduate
Diploma
Master Degree Ph.D./Year
(US $)
12
Months
(US $)
18
Months
(US $)
24
Months
(US $)
University of Dar es Salaam School
of Education (UDSE), Institute of
Kiswahili Studies (IKS) 3,075 4,615 6,150 3,075
School of Journalism and Mass
Communication (SJMC) 3,360 4,965 6,625 3,360
College of Arts and Social Sciences
(CASS), College of Engineering and
Technology (CoET), College of
Natural and Applied Sciences
(CoNAS), College of Information
and Communication Technologies
(CoICT), Institute of Development
Studies (IDS), Institute of Marine
Sciences (IMS), Institute of
Resource Assessment (IRA),
University of Dar es Salaam School
of Law (UDSoL) & University of
Dar es Salaam Business School
(UDBS) 4,020 6,030 8,040 4,020


2.3 Direct Student Costs (Payable direct to the student)
Cost Item
(Per year)
Postgraduate
Diploma
(US $)
Masters

(US $)
Ph.D.

(US $)
Stationery 65 125 125
Books 220 315 315
Stipend 3,780 3,780 4,560
Thesis Production* 0 220 315
Independent Study/Practical
Training/Research Paper/ Teaching Practice
for PGDE
500 0 0
Total 4,565 4,440 5,315
*Cost for thesis production shall be paid to students in the final year.


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2.4 Research Funds
College/School/Institute Amount in US $
Masters Ph.D.
College of Engineering and Technology (CoET), College of
Natural and Applied Sciences (CoNAS) & Institute of Marine
Sciences (IMS)
6,310 12,615
College of Information and Communication Technologies
(CoICT)
3,155 9,460
University of Dar es Salaam School of Education (UDSE),
Institute of Kiswahili Studies (IKS), School of Journalism and
Mass Communication (SJMC), College of Arts and Social
Sciences (CASS), Institute of Development Studies (IDS),
Institute of Resource Assessment (IRA), University of Dar es
Salaam School of Law (UDSoL) & University of Dar es Salaam
Business School (UDBS)
2,525 7,570

2.5 Clarification on Research Funds
(i) For Master Programmes, the amount shown is paid once.
(ii) For Ph.D. by Coursework and Dissertation, the amount shown is paid in the third or
fourth year of study during the research phase.
(iii) For Ph.D. by thesis, the amount shown covers three years of study.
NB: Short-Term and Occasional Students shall pay their fees pro rata, in accordance with
what is prescribed for regular postgraduate students

2.6 BANK DETAILS
University Fees should be paid through the bank as follows:
A/C Name: University of Dar es Salaam
A/C Number: 012105005554
Bank name: NBC Bank, Samora Branch
Swift Code: NLCBTZTX
Bank Identifier: NLCBTZTO


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COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SOCIAL SCIENCES (CASS)

The College has facilities in all departments and teaching units to enable students to
undertake advanced work and research under supervision for the M.A. and Ph.D.
degrees and for the Postgraduate Diploma of the University of Dar es Salaam.

Purpose and Scope
The College of Arts and Social Sciences has an organized uniform structure for
postgraduate courses in Archaeology, Economics, Geography, Information Studies,
Political Science and Public administration, Sociology, Statistics, Literature, History,
Languages and Linguistics and Fine and Performing Arts with particular emphasis for in-
service government and parastatal personnel, and for the Universitys own staff
development.

The postgraduate studies programmes incorporate all postgraduate teaching being
offered by the Colleges departments under a common administrative structure.
Jurisdiction over the degrees to be awarded by thesis alone remains the responsibility of
individual academic units.

Aims and Objectives
The aims and objectives of the postgraduate studies programme are:
a) To extend the existing generalized undergraduate studies by offering specialized
teaching and instruction at an advanced level to meet Tanzanias immediate
professional needs.
b) To create awareness of the problems of African development and a personal
commitment to social reconstruction in Tanzania.
c) To encourage an interdisciplinary approach and joint research among all the
Universitys social sciences departments.
d) To generate teaching and research materials with direct relevance to
contemporary policy issues in Tanzania.

Duration of the Course
The M.A. programme offered in the College last for 18 months.

Course Structure
Basic work on related academic or professional disciplines (termed core courses.)
Some optional courses to make up a particular specialization suited to each students
intended future occupation (termed optional courses.)

Eligibility for Admission into the Postgraduate Programmes
To be eligible for admission, the candidate must fulfill the following conditions:
A good Bachelors degree or its equivalent; and
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Teaching Programme
The programme consists of nine months of instruction, followed by a terminal period of
nine months of writing a dissertation. The instructional period is divided into two
semesters, consisting of 15 teaching weeks and a 2-week period for revision and
semester examinations.

Examinations
i) Coursework Assessment:
Course assessment ordinarily counts for 50% towards the final marks in each course.
Coursework marks include semester tests, coursework exercises, or research papers.
ii) Final Examinations:
All courses are examined separately at the end of each semester, and before the start
of the research phase in each academic year. The marks and scripts are carried
forward and considered alongside the other results at the full Examiners Board
Meeting for the programme at the end of the academic year.

Failures
No candidate shall be allowed to repeat the course. A candidate failing not more than 4
units may be allowed to sit for supplementary examinations under conditions to be
approved by the College Board.

Allocation of Courses
A years studies are divided to give approximately half the time to required core courses
(including one required common course), and half the time to optional courses selected
in accordance with a students intended specialization. Course units for the year are
allocated as follows:

Exemption
Any candidate who has taken any of the required courses at undergraduate level may, at
the discretion of the Department, be exempted from such courses. Such a candidate shall
enroll in equivalent work related to his/her needs and such work shall be examined in
place of the exempted courses.

Dissertation
The terminal period of 9 months is directed towards the completion of either (1) a
research paper or (2) an applied project. The M.A. degree will not be granted until this
dissertation has been satisfactorily completed.

Coordinator of Postgraduate Studies
A coordinator of postgraduate studies administers the proposed programme.
In the College of Arts and Social Sciences (CASS), Masters Degree programmes by
coursework and dissertation are offered in the following departments. There are also
Ph.D. by coursework and dissertation programmes in the Departments of Economics and
Political Science and Public Administration. Some of the postgraduate programmes are
offered in alternate years. All departments offer both Master and Ph.D. programmes by
thesis, depending on the availability of supervisory services.



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PROGRAMMES OFFERED BY COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SOCIAL SCIENCES
S/N Programme

Mode Duration
1 M.A (Geography and
Environmental Management)
By coursework and
dissertation or by Thesis
18-24 months
2 M.A (International Relations)
M.A (Public Administration)
M.A (Strategic and Peace
Studies)
By coursework and
dissertation or by Thesis
18-24 months
3 M.A (Sociology and
Anthropology)
Coursework and dissertation
or by Thesis
18-24 months
4 M.A (Statistics) By coursework and
dissertation or by Thesis
18-24 months
5 M.A (History), M.A
(Archaeology) and M.A
(Heritage Management)
By coursework and
dissertation or by Thesis
18-24 months
6 M.A (Fine Arts), M.A (Music) &
M.A. (Theatre)
By coursework and
dissertation or by Thesis
18-24 months
7 M.A (Linguistics) By coursework and
dissertation or by Thesis
18-24 months
8 M.A. (Demography) By coursework and
dissertation or by Thesis
18-24 months
9 M.A. (Economics) By coursework and
dissertation or by Thesis
18-24 months
10 M.A. (Information Studies) Full
time and Evening
By coursework and
dissertation or by Thesis
18-24 months
11 Ph.D. (Economics) By coursework and
dissertation
48 months
12 Ph.D. (Geography) By coursework and
dissertation
48 months
13 Ph.D. (Political Science) By coursework and
dissertation
48 months
14 Ph.D. (Public Administration) By coursework and
dissertation
48 months
15 Ph.D. (offered in all
departments)
By Thesis 36 months




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DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMICS

The following prograduate programmes are offered by the Department of Economics:

MASTER OF ARTS IN ECONOMICS (M.A. ECONOMICS)

Core Courses
Year 1
Semester 1

Code Course Title Units
EC 660 Advanced Microeconomics 4
EC 662 Mathematics for Economists 4
EC 664 Policy Analysis 4
Total 12

Semester 2
Code Course Title Units
EC 661 Advanced Macroeconomics 4
EC 663 Statistical Analysis and Econometrics 4
EC 665 Policy Management 4
Total 12

Year 2
Optional Courses
Code Course Title Units
EC 666 Monetary Theory and Practice I 4
EC 667 Monetary Theory and Practice II 4
EC 668 Public Finance I 4
EC 669 Public Finance II 4
EC 670 Agricultural Economics I 4
EC 671 Agricultural Economics II 4
EC 672 Industrial Economics I 4
EC 673 Industrial Economics II 4
EC 674 Labour Economics I 4
EC 675 Labour Economics II 4
EC 776 Econometrics Theory and Practice I 4
EC 677 Econometrics Theory and Practice II 4
EC 678 International Economics I 4
EC 679 International Economics II 4
EC 680 Corporate Finance and Investment I 4
EC 681 Corporate Finance and Investment II 4
EC 682 Natural Resources Economics I 4
EC 683 Natural Resources Economics II 4
EC 684 Environmental Economics I 4
EC 685 Environmental Economics II 4
EC 686 Managerial Economics I 4


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Code Course Title Units
EC 687 Managerial Economics II 4
EC 688 Health Economics I 4
EC 689 Health Economics II 4
Electives 16
EC 699 Dissertation 20

DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY IN ECONOMICS (Ph.D. ECONOMICS)
The Department offers Ph.D. by thesis as well as by coursework and dissertation. The
Ph.D. (Economics) by coursework and dissertation is a four-year programme of the
University of Dar es Salaam organized with collaboration with a number of Sub-Saharan
African Universities including the Universities of Cape Town, Witwatersrand, Ibadan,
Benin, Yaounde II, Nairobi, Addis Ababa and Malawi with some support from the African
Economic Research Consortium (AERC). Students are required to take the following
courses and the dissertation:-

Year 1
Semester I (12 Units)
Code Course Title Units
EC 701 Microeconomics I 4
EC 703 Macroeconomics I 4
EC 705 Quantitative Methods I 4
Total 12

Semester II (12 Units)
Code Course Title Units
EC 702 Microeconomics II 4
EC 704 Macroeconomics II 4
EC 706 Quantitative Methods II 4
Total 12

Year 2
Optional Courses (16 Units)
Code Course Title Units
EC 711 Agricultural Economics I 4
EC 712 Agricultural Economics II 4
EC 713 Industrial Economics I 4
EC 714 Industrial Economics II 4
EC 715 Labour Economics I 4
EC 716 Labour Economics II 4
EC 717 Health Economics I 4
EC 718 Health Economics II 4
EC 719 Environmental Economics I 4
EC 720 Environmental Economics II 4
EC 721 Monetary Economics I 4
EC 722 Monetary Economics II 4
EC 723 Public Sector Economics I 4


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Code Course Title Units
EC 724 Public Sector Economics II 4
EC 725 International Economics I 4
EC 726 International Economics II 4
EC 727 Development Economics I 4
EC 728 Development Economics II 4
EC 729 Econometrics I 4
EC 730 Econometrics II 4
EC 731 Financial Economics I 4
EC 732 Financial Economics I 4

Code Course Title Units
EC 799 Dissertation 40

Overall Total 80


DEPARTMENT OF FINE AND PERFORMING ARTS

The following prograduate programmes are offered by the Department of Fine and
Performing Arts:

MASTER OF ARTS IN FINE ARTS (M.A. FINE ARTS)

Core Courses
Code Course Title Units
FA 600

Contemporary Trends and Movement in African Art:
Form and Social Content
2

FA 601 Art and Aesthetics 2
FA 602 Art Education 2
FA 699 Dissertation 6
Total 12

Optional Courses
For specialization purposes, students are required to choose TWO optional courses
from:
Code Course Title Units
FA 603 Graphic Communication 2
FA 604 Studio Study 2
FA 605 Sculpture 2
FA 606 Industrial Design 2
FA 607 Mural Painting 2
FA 608 Traditional Methods and Techniques in Painting 2

MASTER OF ARTS IN THEATRE ARTS (M. A. THEATRE ARTS)

Core Courses


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Every candidate is required to take the following:
Code Course Title Units
TA 600 Dramaturgy and Dramatic Literature 2
TA 601 Theory and History of Theatrical Forms 2
TA 602 Philosophy of Art and Art Criticism 2
TA 699 Dissertation 6
Total 12

Optional Courses
Each student will take TWO of the following courses chosen on the basis of professional
specialization:

Code Course Title Units
TA 603 Advanced Acting and Directing 2
TA 604 Playwriting and Writing for the Theatre 2
TA 605 Dance and Choreography 2
TA 606 Design and Stage Craft 2
TA 607 Radio, Film and Television 2
TA 608 Speech and Stage Craft 2
TA 609 Traditional Forms and African Theatre and Drama 2
TA 610 Kiswahili Drama and Dramatic Literature 2
TA 611 Special Project 2


MASTER OF ARTS IN MUSIC (M.A. MUSIC)

I) MUSIC EDUCATION

Core Courses
Each student in this major area of concentration must take the following:

Code Course Title Units
MS 600 Methodology I and II 2
MS 603 The Music Culture 2
MS 606 Research Methodology 2
MS 699 Dissertation 6
Total 12


Optional Courses
Each student must select TWO of the following, which are most valuable within the
chosen major area of concentration in Music

Code Course Title Units
MS 601 Introduction to Music Administration 2
MS 602 The Function of Music 2
MS 604 Musical Instruments 2


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MS 605 Special Problems 2
MS 618 Music in Society 2
MS 620 The Musician in Society 2


II) MUSICAL STYLE
Core Courses
Each student in this major area of concentration must take the following:

Code Course Title Units
MS 608 An Introduction to Musical Style 2
MS 606 Research Methodology 2
MS 693 The Music Culture 2
MS 699 Dissertation 6



Optional Courses
Each student must select TWO of the following which are most valuable within the
chosen area major and of concentration in Music.


Code Course Title Units
MS 604 Musical Instruments 2
MS 605 Special Problems 2
MS 609 History of Musical Style 2
MS 619 Criticism and Analysis 2
MS 611 Comparative Style 2
MS 612 An Introduction to Performance Practice 2
MS 606 Research Methodology 2
MS 620 The Musician in Society 2

Additional Courses
Code Course Title Units
MS 602 The Function of Music 2
MS 613 Performance Practices 2
MS 614 Special Studies in Performance Practices 2
MS 615 Comparative Practice 2
MS 616 History of Performance Practice 2


III) PHILOSOPHY OF MUSIC
Core Courses
Code Course Title Units
MS 617 An Introduction to the Philosophy of Music 2
MS 606 Research Methodology 2
MS 603 The Music Culture 2


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Code Course Title Units
MS 699 Dissertation 6

Optional Courses

Code Course Title Units
MS 605 Special Problems 2
MS 618 Music in Society 2
MS 619 Music, Song and Dance 2
MS 620 The Musician in Society 2
MS 621 Music in Eastern Society 2
MS 622 Music in Western Society 2


DEPARTMENT OF HISTORY

The following prograduate programmes are offered by the Department of History:

MASTER OF ARTS IN HISTORY (M. A. HISTORY)

Core Courses
Semester 1
Code Course Title Units
HI 605 Theory of History 2
HI 606 Historiography of Africa 2
HI 607 History Research Methods and Techniques 2

Semester 2
Code Course Title Units
HI 609 Global Capitalism and Africa 2
HI 611 Colloquium on the Political Economy of Tanzania 2
HI 608 Preparation of History Research Proposals 2
HI 699 Dissertation 12

Optional Courses
Semester 1
Code Course Title Units
HI 610 African History and Allied Sciences 2
HI 612 Topics in Tanzania Environmental History 2
HI 613 History of Labour in Sub-Saharan Africa 2
Semester 2
Code Course Title Units
HI 612 Topics in Tanzania Environmental History 2
HI 610 African History and Allied Sciences 2
HI 613 History of Labour in Sub-Saharan Africa 2
HI 614
Diseases and Healing in Africa: Late 19th Century
to the Present 2


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MASTER OF ARTS IN ARCHAEOLOGY (M.A. ARCHAEOLOGY)

Core Course
Semester 1
Code Course Title Units
HI 640 Archaeology Approaches 2
HI 641 Archaeological Methodology 2
HI 642 Development of Archaeological Theory 2
HI 699 Dissertation 12

Semester 2
Code Course Title Units
HI 643
Africas Contribution to World Archaeology During
Plio-Pleistocence 2
HI 644 Cultural Heritage Management 2
HI 645
Africas Contribution to World Archaeology During
the Holocene 2

Optional Course
Semester 1
Code Course Title Units
HI 646 Lithic Technology 2
HI 647 Ceramic Technology 2
HI 648 Metal Technology 2

Semester 2
Code Course Title Units
HI 649 Architectural Technology 2
HI 650 Technologies of the Organic Materials 2
HI 651 Development of Archaeology in Tanzania 2

MASTER OF ARTS IN HERITAGE MANAGEMENT (M.A. HERITAGE
MANAGEMENT)
Core Course
Semester 1
Code Course Title Units
AY 620 History of Heritage Conservation 3
AY 621 Theories and Principles Governing Management of
Heritage Resources
3
AY 622 Cultural Heritage Laws and Legislations 3
AY 623 Cultural Heritages and their Related Policies 3


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Semester 2
Code Course Title Units
AY 624 Heritage for Tourism 3
AY 625 Heritage Management and Conservation 3
AY 626 Cultural Heritage Impact Assessment (CHIA) 3
AY 627 Research Methodology 3

Optional Course
Semester 1
Code Course Title Units
AY 630 Managing Archaeological Sites 3
AY 632 Managing Archival Resources 3
AY 633 Cultural Heritage and Modernity 3
AY 635 Museology 3
AY 636 Heritage and the Public 3

Semester 2
Code Course Title Units
AY 628 Themes in the Archaeology of Tanzania 3
AY 629 Managing Intangible Heritage 3
AY 631 Managing Museum Collections 3
AY 634 Natural Heritages and their Related Policies 3
AY 637 Geographic Information System in Archaeology 3

Compulsory Course
Semester 2
Code Course Title Units
AY 699 Dissertation 12


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DEPARTMENT OF FOREIGN LANGUAGES AND LINGUISTICS

The following prograduate programmes are offered by the Department of Foreign
Languages and Linguistics:

MASTER OF ARTS IN LINGUISTICS (M.A. LINGUISTICS)
Core Courses
Semester 1
Common Courses for Stream A&B: Linguistics and Language Teaching
Code Course Title Units
ML 631 Advanced Phonology 3
ML 632 Advanced Morphology 3
ML 633 Advanced Syntax 3

Core Courses
Semester 2
Stream A: Linguistics
Code Course Title Units
ML 647 African Language Structures 3
ML 648 Linguistics Field Methods 3
ML 650 Research Methods for Linguists 3
ML 699 Dissertation 10

Stream B: Language Teaching
Code Course Title Units
ML 643 Advanced Second Language Acquisition 3
ML 644 Language Course Design- Syllabus and Materials 3
ML 650 Research Methods for Linguists 3
ML 699 Dissertation 10

Optional Courses
Stream A: Linguistics (3 Options including ML 649)
Code Course Title Units
ML 634 Advanced Semantics 3
ML 636 Sociolinguistics of international languages 3
ML 645 Language Assessment and Evaluation 3
ML 649 Postgraduate Seminar (recommended) 3
ML 651 Discourse Analysis 3

Stream B: Languange Teaching (3 Options including ML 649)
Code Course Title Units
ML634 Advanced Semantics 3
ML636 Sociolinguistics of international languages 3
ML645 Language Assessment and Evaluation 3
ML649 Postgraduate Seminar (recommended) 3
ML 651 Discourse Analysis 3



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DEPARTMENT OF GEOGRAPHY

The Department of Geography offers postgraduate programmes leading to the awards of
Doctor of Philosophy in Geography (Ph.D. Geography), Master of Arts in Geography and
Environmental Management (M.A. GEM) and Master of Arts in Project Planning and
Management (M.A. PPM). The Ph.D. Geography degree is offered in two modes: Ph.D by
coursework and dissertation or Ph.D. by Thesis. The M.A. GEM is a regular programme
and M.A PPM is currently offered as an evening programme only.
Regulations
All University regulations on the conduct of postgraduate studies apply.

Duration of the programmes
The minimum time schedule for the Ph.D. by coursework and dissertation is four (4) years, for
the Ph.D. by thesis is three (3) years, the M.A. GEM minimum duration is one and half (1.5 )
years and M.A. PPM, evening programme is two (2) years.

DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY IN GEOGRAPHY (Ph.D. GEOGRAPHY) BY COURSE WORK
AND DISSERTATION

Objective
The programme intends to produce highly qualified professional staff in geography to
address the increased demand for academic members of staff in universities offering
geography in the country and at other institutions of higher learning in the greater
African region and beyond. Also the programme is suited for people who want to have a
deeper understanding of the philosophy of geography and research methods to enable
them pursue careers in research institutions, government departments and non-
governmental organisations.

Admission requirements
To be admitted to the programme, a student must have attained a good masters degree
in geography or a related field from a recognised University.

Structure and Duration
The time schedule of the Ph.D. in Geography by Coursework and Dissertation is four (4)
years, including 208 weeks of lectures and examined courses, a comprehensive
examination, writing and presentation of a research proposal, field work, data analysis,
writing of the dissertation and viva voce. The coursework will be completed in the first
semester of the second year. The second semester of the second year of study will be set
aside for the comprehensive examination (8 weeks) and preparation and presentation of
the Ph.D. research proposal (31 weeks). The third and fourth academic years of the
programme will be devoted to field work, data analysis, writing and defense of the
dissertation.






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Assessment and Evaluation
The Ph.D. students must complete 90 units, including 27 units of core and optional
courses as indicated in the table below, and 63 units for the compressive examination
and dissertation.

Required course work units for each Ph.D. student
Course category Number of
Courses
Units per
course
Total Units
Core Courses 5 3 15
Optional Courses 4 3 12
Total 9 3 27

Core courses
Code Course Title Units
GE.700 The Philosophy of Geography 3
GE.701 The Biophysical Environment 3
GE.702 Human Geography and Patterns of Human
Development
3
GE.703 Advanced Geographical Research Methods 3
GE.706 Advanced Geographical Information Systems
Techniques
3

Optional courses in physical geography
Code Course Title Units
GE 704 Orthodox and Contemporary Theories in Physical
Geography
3
GE 708 Environmental Policy and Natural Resource
Management
3
GE 710 Water Resources Planning, Development and
Management
3
GE 714 Land Use Planning and Management 3

NB: Students who wish to specialise in physical geography will opt for any three (3) of
the above indicated courses.

Optional courses in human geography
Code Course Title Units
GE 705 Orthodox and Contemporary Theories in Human
Geography
3
GE 707 Spatial Interaction and Regional Development 3
GE 709 Migration and Environmental Impacts in Africa 3
GE 715 Environmental Disaster Risk Management and
Development
3
NB: Students who wish to specialise in human geography will opt for any three (3) of the
above indicated courses.




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Optional course in skills-based geography
Code Course Title Units
GE 716 Techniques and applications of Remote Sensing 3
NB: Students who wish to specialise in skills-based geography will opt for the above
indicated course.

Optional courses from outside of the department*
Code Course Title Units
PS 729 Conflict Management and Resolution in Africa 3
EC 719 Environmental Economics I 3
EC 720 Environmental Economics II 3
*One course is required for assessment


MASTER OF ARTS IN GEOGRAPHY AND ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT (M.A.
GEMA)

Structure and duration
The M.A. GEM programme offers a wide range of courses related to geography and
environmental resources management. The programme runs for 18 months. The coursework
component is accomplished during the first nine month; the remaining nine months are devoted
to finalizing a research proposal and undertaking fieldwork, data analysis and dissertation
write-up. The semester mapping of the courses is shown below.

Core Courses: Semester 1
Code Course Title Units
GE 614
Explanation, Methods of Geographical Research
and Environmental Management 2
GE 615
Assessment of Environmental and Natural
Resources in Developing Countries 2
GE 616
Theoretical Perspective in Spatial Development
and Environmental Resource Management 2


Core Courses: Semester 2
Code Course Title Units
GE 617 Geographical Information Systems for Planning 2
GE 699 Dissertation 6



Optional Courses
Semester 2
Code Course Title Units
GE 618
Management and Conservation of Environmental
Resources 2
GE 619/ Population, Resources and Environment 2


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DE 615
GE 620 Regional and Micro Development Planning 2
GE 621 Urban and Rural Planning 2
GE 622 Water Resources Development and Management 2
GE 623 Environmental Disaster Management 2
GE 624 Gender and Resource Management 2

3. MASTER OF ARTS IN PROJECT PLANNING AND MANAGEMENT (M.A. PPM)
The Master of Arts in Project Planning and Management is an evening programme structured
into 48 units comprising 27 core units, 12 dissertation units, and 9 units derived from optional
courses. In each Semester, a student will be required to take 3 core courses and 1 optional
course. The programme duration is two years (24 Months) divided into four semesters. The
distribution of courses is as shown in the table below:

PROGRAMME STRUCTURE FOR M.A.PPM
Year 1
Core Courses
Semester 1
Code Course Title Units
GE 650 Project Planning and Implementation 3
GE 652 Project Appraisal and Techniques 3
GE 656 Resource Mobilisation and Project Financing 3

Optional Courses
Semester 1
Code Course Title Units
GE 653 Poverty and Livelihood Analysis 3
GE 654 Rural Development and Sustainable Agriculture 3
GE 658 Development Projects and Disaster Management 3

Core Courses
Semester 2
Code Course Title Units
GE 651 Participatory Techniques and Professional Skills 3
GE 657 Monitoring and Evaluation Methods 3
GE 665 Principles, Theories and Approaches in Monitoring
and Evaluation 3

Optional Courses
Semester 2
Code Course Title Units
GE 655 Formulation, Implementation and Assessment of
Public Policies 3
GE 662 Community Empowerment and Development 3
GE 663 Social Entrepreneurship 3




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Year 2
Core Courses
Semester 1
Code Course Title Units
GE 660 Data Management, Analysis and Report Writing 3
GE 661 Strategic Project Management 3
GE 666 Advanced Research Methods 3

Optional Courses
Semester 1
Code Course Title Units
GE 659 Environmental Assessment and Natural Resources
Conservation 3
GE 664 Project Management Information Systems 3

Compulsory Course
Semester 2
Code Course Title Units
GE 699 Dissertation 12

DEPARTMENT OF LITERATURE

The Department of Literature offers postgraduate programmes leading to the award of
Master of Arts in Literature (M.A. (Lit)) and Doctor of Philosophy, (Ph.D.). The M.A. (Lit)
degree is offered in two modes: either by Coursework and Dissertation or by Thesis.
The Ph.D. degree is currently offered by thesis only.

Regulations
All University Regulations on the conduct of postgraduate studies apply.

Duration of the Course
The M.A. by Coursework and Dissertation takes a minimum of 18 months, while the M.A.
by Thesis takes a minimum of two years, as per University Regulations. The Ph.D. takes a
minimum of three years.

Course Assessment
M.A. by Coursework and Dissertation: Coursework 50%, Final examinations 50%,
Dissertation 100%. M.A. and Ph.D by Thesis: Thesis 100%.

MASTER OF ARTS IN LITERATURE (M.A. (LIT))
Course Structure for the M.A. Coursework and Dissertation Programme
There will be a minimum of four core courses (12 units), and two optional courses (6
units), totalling 18 units, completed in two semesters. One course unit is measured by
15 contact hours per semester. A three-unit course translates into 45 contact hours per
semester, or 3 hours per week for a fifteen-week semester. The first part of the course is
devoted to coursework, while the remaining portion is for fieldwork and dissertation
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graduate therefore, a candidate in the M.A. Coursework and Dissertation Programme is
expected to complete a minimum of 36 units.

Core Courses
Code Course Title Units
LT 610 Literary Theory and Criticism 3
LT 611 Evolution of African Writing 3
LT 612 Studies in the Epic 3
LT 616 Research Methods 3
LT 699 Dissertation 18

Optional Courses
Code Course Title Units
LT 613 Prison and Exile Literature 3
LT 614 Trends in Modern Literature 3
LT 615 Linguistic Studies of the Novel 3
LT 617 Folklore and Society 3
LT 618 Postcolonial Literature 3
LT 619 Perspectives in Writing 3
LT 620 Sociology of Literature 3

DEPARTMENT OF SOCIOLOGY

The following prograduate programmes are offered by the Department of Sociology:

MASTER OF ARTS IN SOCIOLOGY (M.A. SOCIOLOGY)

Core Courses
Semester 1
Code Course Title Units
SO 604 Advanced Classical Sociological Theories 3
SO 606 Advanced Qualitative Research Methods 3

Semester 2
Code Course Title Units
SO 605 Advanced Contemporary Sociological Theories 3
SO 607 Advanced Quantitative Research Methods 3

Compulsory
Code Course Title Units


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Code Course Title Units
SO 699 Dissertation 6

Specialization I: Rural Development
Semester 1
Code Course Title Units
SO 614 Peasant Societies 3
SO 615 Rural Environment & Resource Use 3
SO 654 Rural Development Policy & Planning 3

Semester 2
Code Course Title Units
SO 655 Advanced Studies in Community Development 3
SO 656 Land Law and Land Tenure 3
SO 657 Demographic Change and Rural Development 3
SO 660
Transformation & Communication Technology and
Rural Development 3


Specialization II: Urban Sociology
Semester 1
Core Courses
Code Course Title Units
SO 621 Social Problems of Urbanization in the West 3
SO 620 Urban Social Morphology 3

Optional Courses
Code Course Title Units
SO 624 Regional Urban Planning 3
SO 625 Urban Land Use Systems 3
GE 616 Spatial Development and Environmental Resources 3
PS 608 Urban Governance 3

Semester 2
Code Course Title Units
SO 622
Social Problems of Urbanization in the Third
World 3
SO 623 Urban Social Morphology in the Third World 3

Optional Courses
Code Course Title Units
SO 626 Urban Survival Mechanisms 3
SO 627 Social Structure of Urban Areas 3
GE 621 Urban and Rural Planning 3



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Specialization III: Relations in Labour Law
Semester 1
Code Course Title Units
SO 671 Organizational Theory and Behaviour 3
SO 672 Motivation Theory and Incentive Schemes 3
SO 675
International Labour Standards, Tripartism and
Social Dialogue 3
SO 668 Labour Law 3

Semester 2
Code Course Title Units
SO 673
Socio-Economic Transformations and Labour
Processes 3
SO 674 Industrial Democracy and Workers Participation 3
SO 676 Collective Bargaining and Dispute Settlement 3
SO 677 Labour Administration 3


Specialization IV: Social Welfare and Administration
Semester 1
Core Courses
Code Course Title Units
SO 662 Social Security and Policy Schemes 3
SO 642 Medical Anthropology and Sociology 3


Optional Courses
Code Course Title Units
SO 641 Gender Relations and Population 3
SO 602 Graduate Seminar 3
LW 652 Social Security Law 3
MS 601 Organization Theory and Management 1

Semester 2
Core Courses
Code Course Title Units
SO 661 Social Welfare and Administration 3
SO 665 Social Policy Methods 3

Optional Courses
Code Course Title Units
SO 621 Urban Social Problems 3
LW 628 Human Rights Law 3
MK 611 Entrepreneurship Development 1





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DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS

The Department of Statistics offers postgraduate programmes leading to the award of
Master of Arts in Statistics (M.A. (Statistics). The M.A. (Statitstics) degree is offered in
two modes: either by Coursework and Dissertation or by Thesis.

MASTER OF ARTS IN STATISTICS (M.A. STATISTICS)
Regulations
All University Regulations on the conduct of postgraduate studies apply.

Duration of the Course
The M.A. (Statistics) by Coursework and Dissertation takes a minimum of 18 months,
while the M.A. by Thesis takes a minimum of two years, as per University Regulations.

Course Assessment
M.A. (Statistics) by Coursework and Dissertation: Coursework 50%, Final examinations
50%, Dissertation is graded over 100%.

Course Structure for the M.A. Coursework and Dissertation Programme
There will be a minimum of 48 units consisting of 30 units for Course work and 18 units
totaling 48 units to be completed in two semesters.

First Year
Semester 1
Code Course Title Units
ST 620 Multivariate Analysis I 3
ST 622 Statistical Theory I 3
ST 625 Design of Experiments 3
ST 627 Advanced Statistical Methods of Econometrics 3
ST 629 Advanced Operations Research I 3
ST 631 Advanced Sampling Theory I 3
ST 635 Times Series Analysis and Forecasting Techniques 3

Semester 2
Code Course Title Units
ST 621 Multivariate Analysis II 3
ST 623 Statistical Theory II 3
ST 624 Statistical Methods 3
ST 630 Advanced Operations Research II 3
ST 632 Advanced Sampling Theory II 3
ST 636 Spectral Analysis of Times Series 3

Second Year
Code Course Title Units
ST 699 Dissertation 18




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Compulsory Courses
First Year
Semester 1
Code Course Title Units
ST 620 Multivariate Analysis I 3
ST 622 Statistical Theory 3
ST 631 Advanced sampling Theory I 3

Semester 2
Code Course Title Units
ST 621 Multivariate Analysis II 3
ST 623 Statistical Theory II 3
ST 624 Statistical Methods 3



Optional Courses
Semester 1
Any TWO of the following:
Code Course Title Units
ST 625 Design of Experiments 3
ST 627 Advanced Statistical Methods of Econometrics 3
ST 629 Advanced Operations Research I 3
ST 635 Time Series Analysis and Forecasting Techniques 3

Semester 2
Any TWO of the following:
Code Course Title Units
ST 630 Advanced Operations Research II 3
ST 632 Advanced Sampling Theory II 3
ST 636 Spectral Analysis of Times Series 3


DEPARTMENT OF POLITICAL SCIENCE AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION

The following prograduate programmes are offered by the Department of Political
Science and Public Administration:

MASTER OF ARTS IN POLITICAL SCIENCE
1


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The breakdown of courses according to semester will be done at the beginning of registration of the
programme.


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The M.A. in Political Science has the following course offerings:

S/N Details Units
1 Compulsory Courses 12
2 Major Area of Concentration 6
2 Electives 6
4 Research Paper 12
Total 36

Each course other than the research paper carries 3 units. The research paper carries 12
units.

The Major Areas of Concentration are: International Relations and Politics.

Compulsory Courses:
Code Course Title Units
PS 601 Principles and Methods in Social Science Research 3
PS 603 Political Analysis 3
PS 604 Political Theory 3
PS 618 International Relations: Approaches and Issues 3
PS 799 Research Paper 11

i) International Relations Concentration Option

Core Courses:
Code Course Title Units
PS 620 Public International Law 3
PS 622 International Political Economy 3
PS 628 Security, Conflict and War 3
PS 726 African International Relations 3

Electives: 6 Units
Code Course Title Units
PS 714 Human Rights and Human Rights Law 3
PS 719 International Organization 3
PS 720 Regional Integration 3
PS 729 Foreign Policy and Diplomacy 3
PS 730 Conflict Resolution and Peace Studies 3
PS 733 Conflict Management and Resolution in Africa 3
PS 750 Special Topics/Directed Study 3

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Core Courses:
Code Course Title Units
PS 607 Comparative Politics 3
PS 611 Contemporary Political Thought 3
PS 614 African Political Thought 3
PS 615 Democratic Theory and Practice 3

Electives: 6 Units
Code Course Title Units
PS 639 Area Studies: One of the following America,
Europe, Asia, Middle East, China, Caribbean (Latin
America)
3
PS 710 The State and Economy 3
PS 711 Gender and Governance 3
PS 716 Identity and Politics 3
PS 724 Classical Political Thought 3
PS 734 Issues in Comparative Politics 3
PS 735 Islamic Political Thought 3
PS 738 Selected Issues in Political Thought 3
PS 750 Special Topics/Directed Study 3


MASTER OF ARTS IN PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION
Students pursuing M.A. in Public Administration are required to take 36 units consisting
of 24 course work units and 12 units for the dissertation as detailed below:

S/N Details Units
1 Compulsory Courses 15
2 Electives 9
3 Research Paper 12
Total 36

Each course other than the Research Paper carries 3 units. The Research Paper carries
12 units.


Compulsory Courses
Code Course Title Units
PS 601 Principles and Methods in Social Science Research 3
PA 603 Administrative Theory (Models, Concepts,
Paradigms)
3
PA 604 Public Finance Management 3
PA 605 Public Policy 3
PA 606 Human Resource Management 3
PA 799 Research Paper 12

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Code Course Title Units
PA 706 Corporate Governance 3
PA 707 Administrative and Labour Laws 3
PA 717 Local Governance 3
PS 711 Gender and Governance 3
PA 713 Employee and Labour Relations 3
PA 718 Organization Development and Change 3
PA 725 Managing Public Services 3

MASTER OF ARTS IN STRATEGIC AND PEACE STUDIES
Admission
Admission to the M.A. in Strategic Studies will depend on fulfilling the requirements of
UDSM and the College of Arts and Social Sciences. They include an honours degree or
equivalent from a recognized and accredited university.

Structure of the courses
Coursework
The coursework section will be divided into core courses and two areas of
concentration, namely Strategic Studies and Peace and Conflict Studied. Each student
will be required to take five compulsory courses and three elective courses, two of which
must come from the Strategic Studies degree programme. Students will be required to
complete 36 units. Of these 36 units, 15 units will be for compulsory courses, the other 9
units for elective courses and the remaining 12 units for a research paper. Course
offering in the Strategic Studies Unit will appear as:

S/N Details Units
1 5 Compulsory Courses 15
2 3 Optional Courses 9
3 Research paper 12
Total 36

Each course will be examined separately and passed at the level of B grade aggregated
from the coursework and the final course examination. University Examination
Regulations will apply accordingly.

Compulsory Courses: Strategic Studies Concentration
Code Course Title Units
PS 601 Principles and Methods in Social Science Research 3
PA 605 Public Policy 3
PS 618 International Relations Approaches and Issues 3
SS 604 Defence and Security: Policy and Strategy 3
PS 628 Security, Conflict and War 3
Total Units 15

Compulsory Courses: Peace and Conflict Studies Concentration
Code Course Title Units
PS 601 Principles and Methods in Social Science 3


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PS 733 Conflict Management and Resolution in Africa 3
SS 608 Global Security Management 3
SS 616 Post Conflict Reconstruction 3
PS 730 Conflict Resolution and Peace Studies 3
Total Units 15

Elective Courses (9 units from 3 elective courses)
Code Course Title Units
SS 607 Comparative Military Systems 3
SS 611 Arms Control and disarmament 3
PS 729 Foreign Policy and Diplomacy 3
SS 614 Regional Security 3
SS 617 Civil Military Relations 3
SS 618 Terrorism and Counter-terrorism 3
SS 619 Migration and Refugees 3
PS 620 International Law 3
PS 714 Human Rights and Human Rights Law 3
LW 530 International Humanitarian Law 3
SS 602 Environment, Resources and Conflict 3
PS 615 Democractic Theory and Practice 3
PS 711 Gender and Governance 3
PS 716 Identity and Politics 3
PA 605 Public Policy 3
PS 618 International Relations Approaches and Issues 3
SS 604 Defence and Security: Policy and Strategy 3
PS 628 Security, Conflict and War 3
PS 730 Conflict Resolution and Peace Studies 3
SS 608 Global Security Management 3
PS 733 Conflict Management and Resolution in Africa 3
SS 616 Post-Conflict Reconstruction 3

Courses listed in italics are compulsory courses for either the Strategic Studies or Peace
and Conflict Studies Concentration. They can serve as elective courses for the
concentration in which they are not compulsory courses.

DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY (Ph.D.)
The Department offers two distinct Ph.D. programmes by coursework and dissertation
programmes; one in Political Science and the other in Public Administration. The
Department also offers Ph.D by thesis.

I) Ph.D. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE
Students pursuing a Ph.D. in Political Science are required to take 94 units consisting of
54 course work units and 40 units for the dissertation/research paper as detailed below:

S/N Details Units
1 Compulsory Courses 18
2 Major Area of Concentration 12


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3 Electives 24
4 Dissertation/Research Paper 40
Total 94

The Major Areas of Concentration are: Public Administration, International Relations
and Politics.

Electives:
24 units, 12 selected from the schedule of courses from the respective area of
concentration. The other 12 can be selected from university wide graduate courses.
The compulsory courses:
Code Course Title Units
PS 601 Principles and Methods in Social Science Research 3
PS 702 Data Analysis Methods and Techniques 3
PS 603 Political Analysis 3
PA 603 Administrative Theory (Models, Concepts and
Paradigms)
3
PS 604 Political Theory 3
PS 618 International Relations: Approaches and Issues 3
PS 899 Dissertation/Research Paper 40


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Major Areas of Concentration
Three areas of concentration are offered. These are International Relations, Public
Administration and Politics.

International Relations Concentration
Core Courses:
Code Course Units
PS 620 Public International Law 3
PS 622 International Political Economy 3
PS 628 Security, Conflict and War 3
PS 726 African International Relations 3

Electives:
Code Course Title Units
PS 714 Human Rights and Human Rights Law 3
PS 719 International Organization 3
PS 720 Regional Integration 3
PS 729 Foreign Policy and Diplomacy 3
PS 730 Conflict Resolution and Peace Studies 3
PS 733 Conflict Management and Resolution in Africa 3
PS 750 Special Topics/Directed Study 3

Public Administration Concentration

Core Courses:
Code Course Title Units
PA 604 Public Finance Management 3
PA 605 Public Policy 3
PA 606 Human Resource Management 3
PA 608 Comparative Public Administration 3

Electives:
Code Course Title Units
PA 706 Corporate Governance 3
PA 707 Administrative and Labour Laws 3
PA 717 Local Governance 3
PS 711 Gender and Governance 3
PA 713 Employee and Labour Relations 3
PA 718 Organization Development and Change 3
PA 725 Managing Public Services 3

Politics Concentration
Core Courses
Code Course Title Units
PS 607 Comparative Politics 3
PS 611 Contemporary Political Thought 3
PS 614 African Political Thought 3


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PS 615 Democratic Theory and Practice 3

Electives: 6 Units
Code Course Title Units
PS 639 Area Studies: One of the following America,
Europe, Asia, Middle East, China, Caribbean (Latin
America)
3
PS 710 The State and Economy 3
PS 711 Gender and Governance 3
PS 716 Identity and Politics 3
PS 724 Classical Political Thought 3
PS 734 Issues in Comparative Politics 3
PS 735 Islamic Political Thought 3
PS 738 Selected Issues in Political Thought 3
PS 750 Special Topics/Directed Study 3


II) Ph.D. IN PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION
The Ph.D. in Public Administration requires students to take 94 units consisting of 54
course work units and 40 units for the dissertation/Research paper as follows:
S/N Details Units
1 Compulsory Courses 18
2 Major Area of Concentration 12
3 Electives 24
4 Dissertation/Research Paper 40
Total 94

Each course other than the Dissertation carries 3 units. The dissertation carries 40 units.

Students admitted to the Ph.D. degree in Public Administration are required to take the
following courses:

Compulsory Courses
Code Course Title Units
PS 601 Principles and Methods in Social Science Research 3
PS 802 Data Analysis Methods and Techniques 3
PA 603 Administrative Theory (Models, Concepts,
Paradigms)
3
PA 604 Public Finance Management 3
PA 605 Public Policy 3
PA 606 Human Resource Management 3
PA 899 Dissertation/Research Paper 40

Major Area of Concentration:
Code Course Title Units
PA 608 Comparative Public Administration 3
PA 706 Corporate Governance 3


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PA 708 Performance Management 3
PA 713 Employee and Labour Relations 3
PA 717 Local Governance 3
PA 718 Organization Development and Change 3
PA 850 Special Topics/Directed Study 3

Electives
24 units, 12 selected from the schedule of courses from the respective area of
concentration. The other 12 can be selected from university wide graduate courses.
Library and Information Unit
M.A. Library and Information Science
The College, in collaboration with the University Library, also offers a Master of Arts in
Library and Information Science degree programme. This is an eighteen (18) months
programme. It consists of the following courses:

Core Courses
Code Course Title Units
IL 603 Research Methods 3
IL 623 Records Management and Archives
Administration 2
IL 634 Information and communication theory 3
IL 635 Information sources and reference services 3
IL 636 Information technology and its applications 3
IL 637 Organization of knowledge 3
IL 638 Organization of Knowledge 3
IL 639 Management for the Information Professionals 2
IL 640 Collection Development and Management 2
IL 699 Dissertation 15

Optional Courses
At lease 4 Units from:
Code Course Title Units
IL 617 Information User Studies 2
IL 618
Analysis, design and Evaluation of Information
systems 2
IL 631 Legal Information Services 2
IL633 Digital Libraries 2
IL 642 Information in Science and Technology 2
IL 643 Knowledge Management 2
GE 633
Geographical Information Systems (Students who
will opt this course will join the GE 633 class
offered by the Dept. of Geography. 3

Students are required to take 4 Core courses and One Optional Course in the First
Semester consisting of 14 Units; and another 5 core courses and One Optional course in
the Second Semester consisting of 14 Units. This brings to a total of 28 units.


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DEMOGRAPHIC TRAINING UNIT

The following postgraduate programme are offered by the Demographic Training Unit:

MASTER OF ARTS IN DEMOGRAPHY (M.A. DEMOGRAPHY)

Semester 1
Core Courses
Code Course Title Units
DE 620 Introduction to Population Studies 3
DE 621 Direct Demographic Techniques 3
DE 623 Determinants of Fertility 3
DE 625 Statistical Methods** 3

Optional Courses
Code Course Title Units
DE 628 Population, Resources and Environment 3
DE 630 Population and Socio-economic Development 3
DE 632
Theory and Policy Issues in Population and
Development 3

Semester 2
Core Courses
Code Course Title Units
DE 622 Indirect Demographic Techniques 3
DE 624 Determinants of Mortality 3
DE 626 Research Methods in Population 3
DE 627
Introduction to IT, Data Management and
Computing Methods
3

Optional Courses
Code Course Title Units
DE 629 Migration and Urbanization 3
DE 631 Social and Gender Analysis of Population 3
DE 633
Population Programmes and Socio-economic
Development 3

Semester 3
Code Course Title Units
DE 699 Dissertation 18

** Students with a first degree in Statistics will be exempted from this course. They will
instead choose an extra course from the optional courses.
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The programme consists of nine months of instruction, followed by writing of the
dissertation. The instructional period is divided into two semesters, consisting of 15
teaching weeks and a 2-week period for revision and semester examinations.

Examinations
i) Semester Examinations
Course assessment ordinarily counts 50% towards the final marks in each course.
Coursework marks include semester tests and whatever essays, coursework exercises,
or research papers assigned.

ii) Final Examinations
All courses are examined separately at the end of every two semesters, and before the
start of the research phase in each academic year. An exception is made for half courses
offered only in the first and second semester, which are to be examined at the end of the
respective semester, with the marks and scripts being carried forward to be considered
alongside the other results at the full Examiners Board Meeting for the programme.

Failures
No candidate shall be allowed to repeat the course. A candidate failing not more than 4
units may be allowed to sit for supplementary examinations under conditions to be
approved by the College Board.


INFORMATION STUDIES PROGRAMME

Objective of the Programme
The objective of the programme is to provide students with advanced knowledge in
Library and Information Science profession to enable them work in Libraries and
Information Units, Documentation Centres as librarians/information
scientists/Documentalists.

M.A. (Information Studies)
The taught Masters programme (Regular & Evening Programme) takes eighteen months
consisting of two semesters of classroom instruction. Students take a total of 27 Units,
23 of which are compulsory and 4 are optional. The remaining nine months are for
research work leading to a dissertation.
Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.)
PhD is a three year programme offered by thesis

Qualifications for Admission
Information studies are a multidisciplinary course. For a taught MA Programme a
candidate must have a Lower Second Class Bachelors Degree in any field as a minimum
entry qualification. For a PhD and MA by thesis programmes a candidate must have an
Upper Second Class Degree.

Duration of the Programme
The Programme is offered to full-time students and lasts for 18 months. Nine months are
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Structure of the Programme
The MA programme consists of two semesters of classroom instruction. Students take a
total of 27 units, 23 of which are compulsory and 4 are optional. The remaining nine
months are for research work leading to the writing of a dissertation.

Course Evaluation
For PhD and MA by thesis evaluation is based on thesis and for a taught MA evaluation is
based on coursework as follows:
Course Work: 50%
University Examinations: 50%; and
Dissertation.

MASTER OF ARTS IN INFORMATION STUDIES (M.A. INFORMATION STUDIES)

Year 1:
Semester 1
Core Courses
Code Course Title Units
IL 634 Information and communication theory 3
IL 635 Information sources and reference services 3
IL 636 Information technology and its applications 3
IL 637 Organization of knowledge 3

Semester 2
Core Courses
Code Course Title Units
IL 638 Organization of knowledge 3
IL 639 Management for information professionals 2
IL 640 Collection development and management 2
IL 623 Records management and archives management 2
IL 603 Research methods 3

Optional Courses (4 Optional Courses)
Code Course Title Units
IL 617 Information user studies 2
IL 618
Analysis, design and evaluation of information
systems
2
IL 631 Legal information services 2
IL 633 Digital Libraries 2
IL 642 Information in Science and Technology 2
IL 643 Knowledge Management 2
GE 633 Geographical Information Systems 3



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Year 2: (9 months)
Compulsory Course
Code Course Title Units
IL 699 Dissertation 15



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COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY (CoET)

The College of Engineering and Technology (CoET) offers postgraduate programmes
leading to the award of Postgraduate Diploma in Engineering, Master of Science in
Engineering and Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in major fields of Engineering
specialization i.e. Chemical and Process Engineering, Civil Engineering, Electrical
Engineering and Mechanical Engineering. The degree of M.Sc. (Eng.) is either offered by
Coursework and Dissertation mode or by Research and Thesis. The Ph.D. degree is
offered by thesis. In addition to the general university regulations governing the award
of higher degrees, the following regulations shall apply.

S/N Programme Mode Duration
1. Postgraduate Diploma in Civil Engineering PGD (Eng) with
specialization in:
Water Resources Engineering;
Structural Engineering;
Transportation Engineering
12 months
2. Postgraduate Diploma in Mechanical Engineering with specialization
in:
Energy Engineering
Production Engineering
12 months
3. Postgraduate Diploma in Engineering Management 12 months
4. Postgraduate Diploma in Chemical and Process Engineering 12 months
5. Postgraduate Diploma in Environmental Engineering 12 months
6. Postgraduate Diploma in Engineering Management and
Environmental Engineering
12 months
7. Postgraduate Diploma in Electrical Power
Engineering
Evening Session 12 months
8. Postgraduate Diploma in Engineering
Management, (PGDEM)
Distance Mode
Online Programme
12 months
9. Postgraduate Diploma in Engineering Management (PGDEM) 12 months
10. Master of Science in Water Resources
Engineering, M.Sc. (WRE)
Fulltime 18 months
11. Master of Science in Highway Engineering,
M.Sc. (HE)
Fulltime 18 months
12. Master of Science in Structural Engineering,
M.Sc. (STE)
Fulltime 18 months
13. Master of Science in Construction Management,
M.Sc. (CM)
Fulltime 18 months
14. Master of Science in Integrated Water
Resources Management, M.Sc. (MIWRM)
Fulltime 18 months
15. Master of Science in Integrated Sanitation
Management, M.Sc. (ISM)
Fulltime 18 months
16. Master of Science in Production Engineering,
M.Sc. (PE)
Fulltime 18 months
17. Master of Science in Energy Engineering, M.Sc.
(EN)
Fulltime 18 months
18. Master of Science in Renewable Energy, M.Sc.
(RE)
Fulltime 18 months


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19. Master of Engineering Management, M.Sc.
(MEM)
Fulltime/Evening/O
nline, Coursework
and Dissertation
18 months
20. Master of Science in Chemical Engineering,
M.Sc. (CE)
Thesis 24 months
21. Master of Science in Integrated Environmental
Management, M.Sc. (IEM)
Fulltime 18 months
22. Master of Science in Power Electronics and
Electrical Drives, M.Sc. (PE& ED)
Fulltime 18 months
23. Master of Science in Power Systems and High
Voltage, M.Sc. (PS & HV)
Fulltime 18 months


MASTER OF SCIENCE IN ENGINEERING BY THESIS

CoET offers a Master of Science in Engineering degree by Research and Thesis in all the
major fields of specialization.

1. Entry Requirements
1.1 The minimum qualification for admission to the programme is an Upper Second
class Bachelor of Science degree in respective Engineering field from the University
of Dar es Salaam or another recognized institution.

2. Programme Structure
2.1 The registration period for the programme shall normally be 24 months for full-
time students up to 48 months for part-time students (This period includes the six
months period given for registration).
2.2 Registration for the programme shall be at any time during the Academic Year. The
registration shall be renewed annually.
2.3 Upon registration, with the help of the Departments supervisory committee, the
candidate will submit a two page statement of the intended research topic to
College Postgraduate Committee. On the basis of the statement, the College in
consultation with relevant Department shall assign supervisor(s) to the candidate.
Studentship commences with immediate effect.
2.4 Within four months of the assignment of supervisor, the candidate shall present a
comprehensive substantive proposal in a Departmental seminar (Departments
Postgraduate Committee Members should attend).
2.5 The proposal shall not exceed 20 pages in length, typed in at least 12 point font and
double spaced line.
2.6 Each member of the Departments postgraduate committee will be given a copy of
the proposal for scrutiny at least seven days before the date of the seminar
presentation.
2.7 If satisfied with the quality of the proposal, the department shall submit the
proposal for evaluation at the College PSRP Committee, where it will be presented
by the student.
2.8 Once it finds the proposal satisfactory, the College PSRP will approve it and notify
the Senate Posgraduate Studies Committee (SPSC).
2.9 Maximum period for the registration process is six months. Candidates will pay
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2.10 Students may, on the recommendation of the relevant College Board, be required
to do one or more formal courses appropriate to their fields of study. In addition,
students are advised to undertake short courses in Communication Skills and
Computing.
2.11 If, for any sound reason a candidate fails to continue with studies, he/she may
apply to Senate for freezing of the registration through his/her Department,
College PSRP and SGS Board. The maximum period for such freezing of registration
shall be two years.
2.12 A candidate, for valid reasons, may apply for extension of the registration period.
Extensions shall not exceed six and twelve months for full time and part time
students, respectively.
2.13 A Candidate who fails to complete studies within specified period shall be
discontinued, unless Senate has approved application for extension.

DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY (PH.D.) IN ENGINEERING
CoET offers Doctor of Philosophy degree in all the major fields of Engineering
specialization.

1. Entry Requirements
1.1 A candidate for admission to the Ph.D. degree programme in the CoET must hold a
relevant Masters degree of the University of Dar es Salaam or of any other
recognized Institution.
1.2 Candidates who possess a relevant First Class in Bachelor of Science may be
considered for Ph.D. registration after initially registering for the Masters Degree
(Thesis), and demonstrating outstanding performance after doing postgraduate
training for at least one year, upon recommendations of the College Postgraduate
Studies, Research and Publications Committee and authorization by Senate.

2. Programme Structure
2.1 The programme involves a minimum of three years for full-time candidates, or five
years for part-time registered candidates.
2.2 The procedure for obtaining full registration will be similar to that required for
M.Sc. (Thesis) as stipulated in sections 2.2 to 2.13 above, with the following
changes: the proposal shall not exceed 25 pages; In 2.8 once it finds the proposal
satisfactory, the college PSRP will approve the proposal and notify the SPSC.
2.3 The general University regulations for postgraduate studies and specifically for
Ph.D. studies govern the conduct of studies in the College.

3. Sandwich Programmes
The CoET offers Ph.D. training by the sandwich mode. This is mainly in areas
where the facilities and research infrastructure is CoET is deemed inadequate to
provide quality research meriting the award of Ph.D. Training under the sandwich
mode is also offered in line with the frameworks of collaborative research
programmes with other universities. The following are the basic guidelines for
conducting Ph.D. under this mode.
3.1 Entry requirements and registration procedure is the same as stipulated in 1.1 and
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3.2 The procedure for obtaining full registration will be similar to that required for
M.Sc. (Thesis) as stipulated in sections 2.2 to 2.13 above with the following
changes: the proposal shall not exceed 25 pages; In 2.8 once it finds the proposal
satisfactory, the college PSRP will approve the proposal and notify the SPSC.
3.3 The candidate must provide evidence of financial support to enable him/her carry
out the external part of the study.
3.4 The candidate must spend at least 24 months at the University of Dar es Salaam for
the whole period of study.
3.5 Candidates who register at other Universities, but who wish to do part of their
study at the University of Dar es Salaam, may do so and will be admitted under
the status of Short term students and the University guidelines for this form of
study will apply.
3.6 The University of Dar es Salaam Guidelines and Regulations for postgraduate
studies apply for all matters related to the conduct of research, submission of
thesis, examinations and award of the Doctor of Philosophy degree under the
sandwich programme.

MASTER OF SCIENCE IN ENGINEERING BY COURSEWORK AND DISSERTATION

CoET offers master degree programmes in all present specializations by coursework and
dissertation.

Entry Requirements
1. The minimum qualification for admission to any of the Master degree programmes
offered by CoET is a lower second class Bachelor of Science degree in a
corresponding field of Engineering from University of Dar es Salaam (UDSM) or
any other recognised institution.
2. A corresponding Postgraduate Diploma offered by the CoET, UDSM or any other
recognised institution may also suffice for consideration for admission to any of
the Masters. in Engineering programmes.
3. For admission to the Master of Engineering Management Programmes, holders of
lower second-class undergraduate degree in Hydrology, Hydrogeology,
Transport Management, Architecture, Town Planning, Land Surveying, Quantity
Surveying (Building Economics), Information Technology, Computer Studies,
Electronics Science, Statistics and other applied sciences may also be considered.
4. For admission to the Master of Integrated Environmental Management and
Integrated Water Resources Management programmes, holders of Lower Second
Class Undergraduate Degree in any engineering or science discipline will be
considered.
5. The Admission Board will also consider applicants, with any other equivalent
qualification not mentioned above, subject to the Senate approval.

Structure of Programmes
6. The programmes shall comprise of coursework and dissertation. Fulltime students
shall complete their coursework within the first 2 semesters of enrolment.
7. Part-time candidates shall include those following evening programmes to
complete their coursework within the first 36 months of enrolment.
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9. The unit system shall be used to gauge the workload involved in a programme.
10. One unit of coursework shall imply 15 contact hours.
11. A minimum of 30 units shall be completed to satisfy the coursework requirement
before proceeding to the dissertation phase, unless otherwise stated.
12. A department offering a programme shall specify the field of specialization and the
minimum coursework units from core courses for a particular specialized field.
Certain core courses may be compulsory.
13. In addition, a candidate may be required to take certain undergraduate courses
that are pre- requisites for some postgraduate courses. These however will not be
considered in the final degree evaluation.

Assessment
14. Each course module shall be offered and assessed in the same semester and a
grade awarded.
15. A department offering a masters programme shall specify the field of
specialization and the minimum coursework units from core courses for a
particular specialized field.
16. With the approval of the respective CoET College Board, coursework completed in
postgraduate studies at other universities may contribute to the coursework
requirements for the M.Sc degree. The equivalent weighting of this coursework
will be determined by the respective CoET College Board.
17. The average grade for all postgraduate courses must be at least B.
18. A candidate whose GPA is below 2.7 shall be discontinued from the programme.
19. A candidate whose overall GPA is 2.7 or above, shall be allowed to do
supplementary examinations in the failed courses.
20. The maximum grade that can be attained from a supplementary examination shall
be B.
21. Candidates who fail in more than one supplementary examinations shall be
discontinued from the programme.
22. Candidate who fails in only one supplementary examination shall be allowed to
repeat the failed course.
23. A candidate who repeats a course and fails in the first sitting examination shall not
be allowed a supplementary, and shall be discontinued from the programme.
24. Final examination shall be held immediately upon completing a course. The
weighting of this final examination in determining the grade for the course shall
be University Examination 60% and Continuous Assessment 40%. The form of
assessment shall be specified by respective instructors at the beginning of the
course.
25. For the dissertation phase, the candidate in consultation with the supervisor shall
formulate a research proposal.
26. The Departmental Postgraduate Studies Coordinator must file the proposed names
of the members of the panel to evaluate the candidates research proposal with
the Postgraduate Studies Committee one month before the start of the
dissertation phase.
27. The Departmental Postgraduate Committee shall form a panel of three members to
evaluate the candidates research proposal.
28. Each candidate shall give an oral presentation of the proposed research topic to a
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approval of the research proposal is required before the student is allowed to
proceed with his/her dissertation work. The panel shall monitor the candidates
research progress.
29. University guidelines on the preparation of dissertations shall apply.


POSTGRADUATE DIPLOMA

Entry Requirements
Advanced Diploma or equivalent in Engineering in the relevant field from a recognized
College or A pass degree in Engineering in the relevant field from a recognized
University.


DEPARTMENT OF STRUCTURAL AND CONSTRUCTION ENGINEERING
The Department of structural and Construction engineering was established in 2001 to
provide studies in areas of Structural Engineering, and Construction Management and
Technology. This department offers postgraduate programmes leading to the award of
Postgraduate Diploma in Civil Engineering with specialisation in Structural Engineering,
Master of Science in Construction Management, Master of Science in Structural
Engineering and Doctor of Philosophy Ph.D.

POSTGRADUATE DIPLOMA IN CIVIL ENGINEERING WITH SPECIALIZATION IN
STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING

Introduction
The postgraduate diploma programme in Civil Engineering with specialization in
Structural engineering consists of a programme of study involving the completion of a
total of at least 22 units. Candidates must complete 14 compulsory core units including
project in the general area of Civil Engineering and then select a specialization involving
the completion of at least 8 units in Structural Engineering.

Objective
The specific objectives of the Postgraduate Diploma Programme in Civil Engineering are:
To provide graduates with relevant modern knowledge in their field of specialization
Structural Engineering to meet the job market requirements.
To give to the candidates additional qualifications so that they can manage to join
relevant masters programmes at the University of Dar es Salaam or indeed any other
university.

Courses
Core Courses
Code Course Title Units
SD 321 Theory of Statically Indeterminate Structures 3
SD 599 Project 2
TM 321 Project Appraisal and Planning Techniques 3
TR 331 Highway Materials 3
TR 635 Geotechnical Engineering 3


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Electives Courses at least 8 units
Code Course Title Units
TM 420 Management of Construction Projects 3
SD 341 Design of Reinforced \Concrete Structures 3
SD 350 Design of Timber Structures 2
SD 360 Design of Steel Structures 2
SD 441 Design of Masonry Structres 1
SD 442 Special Aspects of Reinforced Concrete Design 2
SD 421 Dynamics of Structures 2
SD 443 Pre-stressed Concrete 2
SD 662 Advanced Structural Analysis 4
SD 663 Theory of Plates and Shells 3


MASTER OF SCIENCE IN CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT

Core Courses (22 units)
Code Course Title Units
MG 602 Statistics and Research Methods 3
MG 611 Engineering Finance and Economics 3
MG 623 Project Management 3
TM 601 Construction Planning and Resources
Management
3
TM 602 Construction Corporate Management 3
TM 603 Construction Procurement and Cost Estimating 2
TM 604 Construction Law and Contract Management 3
TM 605 Construction Safety Management 2
TM 699 Dissertation 6
Total 22

Optional Courses (8 units)
Code Course Title Units
MG 603 Principles of Environmental Management 3
MG 621 Project Appraisal 3
MG 622 Consulting Management 3
TM 606 Construction Equipment and Plant
Management
2
TM 607 Construction Techniques I 2
TM 608 Construction Techniques II 2
TM 611 Infrastructure Maintenance Management 2







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MASTER OF SCIENCE IN STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING

Core Courses (17 Units)
Code Course Title Units
SD 661 Engineering Analysis 3
SD 662 Advanced Structural Analysis 2
SD 663 Theory of Plates and Shells 3
SD 664 Finite Elements Method 3
SD 665 Structural Dynamics 2
SD 666 Stability of Structures 2
SD 680 Advanced Foundation Engineering 2
SD 699 Dissertation 6

Core Courses for Students in the Steel Stream Only (6.0 Units)
Code Course Title Units
SD 669 Plasticity Theory 3
SD 671 Advanced Design of Steel Structures 3


Compulsory Courses for Students in the Concrete Stream Only (6.0 Units)
Code Course Title Units
SD 672 Advanced Design of Concrete Structures 3
SD 673 Advanced Pre-stressed Concrete 3


Optional Courses for All Students (7.0 Units)
Code Course Title Units
SD 674 Advanced Materials Technology 3
SD 675 Design of Tall Buildings 3
SD 676 Advanced Design of Timber Structures 2
SD 677 Advanced Bridge Engineering 3


DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION AND GEO-TECHNICAL ENGINEERING

The Department of Transportation and Geo-technical engineering was established in
2001 to provide studies in areas of Foundation Engineering, Transportation
Engineering, Highway Engineering, Soil Mechanics and Surveying. This department
offers postgraduate programmes leading to the award of Postgraduate Diploma in Civil
Engineering with specialisation in Transportation Engineering, Master of Science in
Highway Engineering M.Sc. and Doctor of Philosophy Ph.D.






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POSTGRADUATE DIPLOMA IN CIVIL ENGINEERING WITH SPECIALIZATION IN TRANSPORTATION
ENGINEERING

Introduction
The postgraduate diploma programme in Civil Engineering with specialization in
Transportation engineering consists of a programme of study involving the completion
of a total of at least 22 units. Candidates must complete 14 compulsory core units
including project in the general area of Civil Engineering and then select a specialization
involving the completion of at least 8 units in Transportation Engineering.

Objective
The specific objectives of the Postgraduate Diploma Programme in Civil Engineering are:
To provide graduates with relevant modern knowledge in their field of specialization
Transportation Engineering to meet the job market requirements.
To give to the candidates additional qualifications so that they can manage to join
relevant masters programmes at the University of Dar es Salaam or indeed any other
university.

Courses
Core Courses
Code Course Title Units
SD 321 Theory of Statically Indeterminate Structures 3
SD 599 Project 2
TM 321 Project Appraisal and Planning Techniques 3
TR 331 Highway Materials 3
TR 635 Geotechnical Engineering 3

Electives Courses at least 8 units
Code Course Title Units
TM 420 Management of Construction Projects 3
TR 310 Traffic Engineering and Management 3
TR 320 Highway Geometric Design 2
TR 332 Pavement Analysis and Design 3
TR 430 Pavement Maintenance 3
TR 631 Highway Planning and Economics 3
TR 636 Highway Management Systems 3

MASTER OF SCIENCE IN HIGHWAY ENGINEERING

Introduction
The highway Engineering programme was launched in the 1994/95 academic year as an
integral part of the Integrated Road Project IRP. It was a joint concern of the University
of Dar es Salaam, University of Birmingham and the Ministry of Works. Upon completion
of the Integrated Road Project, the University of Dar es Salaam assumed full
responsibility of running the programme. The Masters programme involves the
completion of at least 36 units. Candidates must complete 30 compulsory core units
including dissertation in their area of specialization and at least 6 units in elective
courses.


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Objectives
The major objectives of the M. Sc. in Highway Engineering programme is to equip
engineers in middle management positions with up-to-date knowledge of procedures,
materials and technology which can enable them to efficiently manage the trunk and
rural roads network. The programme is also aimed at providing a curriculum that covers
techniques, which are appropriate for the local conditions in Tanzania as well as those of
neighbouring countries. This is especially important for engineers in private practice
who are involved in planning, design and supervision of highway projects.

Courses
Core Courses
Code Course Title Units
CS 680 Computer Programming 3
MG 602 Statistics and Research Methods 3
TR 631 Highway Planning and Economics 3
TR 632 Highway Design and Traffic Engineering 3
TR 633 Pavement design and Drainage 3
TR 634 Highway Materials 3
TR 635 Geo-technical Engineering 3
TR 636 Highway Management Systems 3
TR 699 Dissertation 6

Elective Modules at least 6 Units
Code Course Title Units
EM 601 Mathematical Analysis 3
EM 602 Numerical Analysis 3
MG 623 Project Management 3
TR 641 Transportation Economics 3
TR 659 Independent Study 3


DEPARTMENT OF WATER RESOURCES ENGINEERING

The Department of Water Resources Engineering (WRED) was established in December
2001. The department is located at the Block B and C of the College of Engineering and
Technology. The Staff of the WRED are engaged in providing postgraduate level
education leading to Postgraduate Diploma, M.Sc., and Ph.D. degrees in Water Resources
Engineering and Master in Integrated Water Resources Management (MIWRM).

Participating in collaborative research and developing individual research projects.
Providing advanced level training of short duration in specialised areas of Water
Resources engineering. Providing consultancy service through the Bureau of Industrial
Cooperation (BICO) of the College of Engineering and Technology. Participating in
research collaboration and staff exchange with various universities, research
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It hosts a well-developed International postgraduate programmes for students from all
countries of Africa under the auspices of ANSTI and WATERNET. The trainees can
choose various streams of specialization such as Engineering Hydrology and
Environmental Engineering. It may be noted that the Environmental engineering in the
current context refers to water-related problems of the environment. The Department
also offers postgraduate studies that lead to Ph.D. degrees.

POSTGRADUATE DIPLOMA IN CIVIL ENGINEERING WITH SPECIALIZATION IN WATER
RESOURCES ENGINEERING

Introduction
The postgraduate diploma programme in Civil Engineering with specialization in water
resources engineering consists of a programme of study involving the completion of a
total of at least 22 units. Candidates must complete 14 compulsory core units including
project in the general area of Civil Engineering and then select a specialization
involving the completion of at least 8 units in Water Resources Engineering.

Objectives
The specific objectives of the Postgraduate Diploma programme in Civil Engineering are:
To provide graduates with relevant modern knowledge in their field of specialization
Water Resources Engineering to meet the job market requirements.
To give to the candidates additional qualifications so that they can manage to join
relevant masters programmes at the University of Dar es Salaam or indeed any other
university.

Courses
Core Courses
Code Course Title Units
SD 321 Theory of Statically Indeterminate Structures 3
SD 599 Project 2
TM 321 Project Appraisal and Planning Techniques 3
TR 331 Highway Materials 3
TR 635 Geotechnical Engineering 3

Elective Courses at least 8 units
Code Course Title Units
WR 322 Hydraulic Structures and Machinery 2
WR 323 Applied Hydrology 2
WR 325 Irrigation Engineering 2
WR 342 Waste water Engineering 3
WR 443 Introduction to Water Chemistry and
Microbiology
3
WR 446 Management of Solid and Hazardous Wastes 3
WR 603 Hydraulics and open channel Flow 3
WR 604 Hydrological Processes 3
WR 607 Groundwater Hydraulics 3



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MASTER OF SCIENCE IN WATER RESOURCES ENGINEERING

Introduction
The Water Resources Engineering programme is the most well established postgraduate
programme in the faculty, and has been in operation for the past fourteen years. The
programme is sponsored project of the African Network of Scientific and Technological
Institutions ANSTI, and therefore draws candidates from the whole continent of Africa.

The students in the M. Sc. in Water Resources Engineering programme can choose to
specialize or emphasize in either Engineering Hydrology, or Environmental Engineering
or Water Management. The Environmental Engineering in this context refers only to
water related problems of the environment.

The M.Sc. programme involves the completion of a total of at least 36 units. Candidates
specializing in Environmental Engineering must complete 29 compulsory core units
including project and at least 7 units in elective courses, while those specializing in
Hydrology must complete 31 compulsory core units including project and at least 5 units
in elective courses and those specializing in Water Management must complete 30
compulsory core units including dissertation and at least 6 units in elective courses.

Objectives
The major objective of the M.Sc. in Water Resources Engineering programme is to
provide advanced training in Water Resources Engineering with emphasis on the
current state of the art and technology with particular reference to the developing
countries of the Sub-Saharan Africa.

Courses
Core Courses
Code Course Title Units
EM 602 Numerical Analysis 3
MG 602 Statistics and Research Methods 3
WR 601 Computation in WRE 3
WR 602 Applied Engineering Hydrology 3
WR 607 Groundwater Hydraulics 3
WR 699 Dissertation 6


Core Courses for Students in the Engineering Hydrology Stream Only
Code Course Title Units
EM 601 Mathematical Analysis 3
WR 603 Open Channel Hydraulics 2
WR 604 Hydrological Processes 3
WR 605 Advanced Hydrological Frequency Analysis 1
WR 606 Advanced Analytical Hydrology 1




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Core Courses for the Environmental Engineering Stream Only
Code Course Title Units
WR 609 Unit Operations in Water Treatment 2
WR 610 Water Quality Modelling 2
WR 617 Unit Operation in Waste Water Treatment 3
WR 622 Waste Water Collection Systems 1

Core Courses for Students in the Water Management Stream Only
Code Course Title Units
EM 601 Mathematical Analysis 3
WR 625 Hydro systems Simulations Models 2
WR 626 Integrated Land and Water Management 2
WR627

Legal & Administrative Aspects of Water
Management
2

Elective Courses for all Students at least 5, 6, or 7 Units depending on specialization
Code Course Title Units
WR 608 Hydrometric 1
WR 612 Groundwater Investigations 1
WR 613 Water-well Technology 1
WR 614 Water Resources Management 2
WR 615 Environmental Management 2
WR 616 Groundwater Modelling 1
WR 619* Water Pollution Presentation & Control 2
WR620

Environmental & Water Resources System
Analysis
2
WR 621 Water Quality Management 2
WR 623 Water, Sanitation and Diseases 2


MASTER IN INTEGRATED WATER RESOURCES MANAGEMENT (MIWRM)

Introduction
The students in MIWRM programme can choose to specialize or emphasize in either
Water Resources Management, or Water and Environment, or Hydrology or Water and
Land or Water for People. The programme runs in collaboration with other Universities
within the SADC, which offers one of the specialisations. UDSM offers the Hydrology
specialisation.

Objectives
The Department of Water Resources Engineering aims at strengthening the overall
human and institutional capacity in the water sector in East and Southern Africa to
concentrate towards a wise use of the water resources in the region.
The wise use can be translated in technical terms as efficient use, in socio-economic
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The specific objectives of the programme include:
To raise skills and awareness with regard to regional scale IWRM among institutions and
people active in the field of water resources management;
Stimulate regional cooperation in the field of education in IWRM; and
Stimulate and strengthen applied research in the area of water resources for the
development of the region.

Core Courses
Core Courses for all Students
Code Course Title Units
WM 641 Principles of Integrated Water Resources
Management
3
WM 642 Principles of Hydrology 3
WM 643 Socio-Economics of Water & Environmental
Resources
3
WM 644 Principles of Aquatic Ecology and Environmental
Management
3
WM 645 Policies, Laws and Institutions 3
WM 699 Project 3

Core Courses for Students in the Water Resources Management Stream Only
Code Course Title Units
WM 659 Geographic Information Systems and Database
Management
3
WM 660 Water Resources Analysis and Planning 3
WM 661 Catchments Management 3

Core Courses for Students in the Water and Environment Stream Only
Code Course Title Units
WM 649 Environmental Impact Assessment 3
WM 651 Environmental Water Requirements 3
WM 664 Water Quality Management 3

Core Courses for Students in the Hydrology Stream Only
Code Course Title Units
WM 652 Hydrogeology 3
WM 658 Remote Sensing and Geographic Information
Systems
3
WM 662 River Engineering 3

Core Courses for Students in the Water and Land Stream Only
Code Course Title Units
WM 656 Irrigation Design & Management 3
WM 657 Drainage & Soil Degradation 3
WM 661 Catchments Management 3

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Code Course Title Units
WM 646 Water Supply and Sanitation 3
WM 647 Utility Management 3
WM 665 Waste Water Management 3

Elective Courses for all students at least 6 Units

Elective courses are divided into different areas of specialization as shown in the
following Table
Code Course Title Units
Water Supply
WM 646 Water Supply and Sanitation 3
WM 647 Utility Management 3
Environmental Management
WM 648 Wetlands, Ecology and Management 3
WM 649 Environmental Impact Assessment 3
WM 650 Coastal Zone Management 3
WM 651 Environmental Water Requirements 3
Groundwater
WM 652 Hydrogeology 3
WM 653 Groundwater Modelling 3
WM 654 Groundwater Management 3
WM 655 Hydro-geochemistry 3
Agricultural Water Use
WM 656 Irrigation Design & Management 3
WM 657 Drainage & Soil Degradation 3
Information Technology
WM 658 Remote Sensing and Geographic Information
Systems
3
WM 659 Geographic Information Systems and Database
Management
3
Water Resources
WM 660 Water Resources Analysis and Planning 3
WM 661 Catchments Management 3
Surface Water
WM 662 River Engineering 3
WM 663 Early Warning for Droughts & Floods 3
Water Quality
WM 664 Water Quality Management 3
WM 665 Waste Water Management 3
WM 666 Water Quality Modelling 3
Selected Topics
WM 670 Selected Topic in IWRM 3






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MASTER IN INTEGRATED SANITATION MANAGEMENT (MISM)

Introduction
The Master in Integrated Sanitation Management (MISM) is a unique African training
programme in Integrated Sanitation Management developed as part of a regional
collaboration to establish an integrated training strategy to address the shortage of
trained people in the areas of sanitation management. The collaborating institutions are:
Kenyatta University (KU) (Kenya), University of Dar es Salaam (UDSM) (Tanzania),
Makerere University (MAK) (Uganda), University of Zambia (UNZA) (Zambia) and
University of Siegen (Germany). The programme is sponsored by the European Union
(EU) project (EDULINK).

The MISM programme runs on a modular system, each module having 3 units unless
stipulated otherwise in the curriculum. Twelve course modules are offered as
compulsory and electives. Candidates must complete a minimum of 30 units to satisfy
the coursework requirement before proceeding to the dissertation phase, unless
otherwise stated. The time for the dissertation phase is 6 months.

Objectives
The programme focuses on managers in integrated sanitation and utilization in the built
environment in order to have a sustainable environment that would meet our present
needs without comprising the ability of future generations to meet theirs. Therefore, the
Department of Water Resources Engineering aims at strengthening the training and
research capacity at universities in Eastern and Southern African region to improve
water and sanitation governance.

The specific objectives of the programme include:
To provide the country and the region with sufficient high level human power in
integrated sanitation management as agents of development and change, thus
contributing to the attainment and achieving the MDGs;
To conduct research in the interest of suitable exploitation of human waste resources in
Tanzania and the region, ultimately leading to innovation of technical products and
production processes for the resources re-use; and
To provide expert professional services in the form of consultancy.

Core Courses
Code Course Title Units
Semester I
ISM 600 Principles of Integrated Sanitation Management 3
ISM 601 Technical Aspects of Sanitation 2
ISM 602 Ecological Sanitation 3
ISM603 Decentralized Water Supply and Sanitation 2
ISM 604 Field and Laboratory Techniques 3
ISM 614 Application of Geographic Information Systems
in Sanitation Management
2
Semester II
ISM 605 Policy, Laws and Institutions in Sanitation 3


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Management
ISM 606 Water, Sanitation and Hygiene Education 3
ISM 607 Integrated Sanitation Management Planning 3
ISM 608 Socio-Economics Aspects of Sanitation
Management
3
ISM 610 Research Methodology 2
ISM 609 Sanitation Project 1
Semester III
ISM 699 Masters Dissertation

Elective Courses
Code Course Title Units
ISM 611 Restoration and Remediation of Polluted Sites 2
ISM 612 Integrated Environmental Management 2
ISM 613 Strategic Elements in Water Supply and
Sanitation Services
2



DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING

POSTGRADUATE DIPLOMA IN ELECTRICAL POWER ENGINEERING

Core Courses (12.0 units)
Code Course Title Units
CS 321 Control Systems Engineering I 3
DP 311 Electrical Machines I 3
DP 313 Power Electronics I 2
DP 331 Electrical Power Plants 2
DP 599 Project 2

Electives (At least 9.0 Units)
Code Course Title Units
DP 332 Electrical Power Transmission and Distribution 3
DP 313 Rotating Machines Analysis 3
DP 331 Mechanical Design of Electrical Machines 2
DP 620 Power System Analysis 3
CS 680 Computer Programming 3
DP 681 Network Analysis 2
DP 682 Network Synthesis 2

Courses shown above with 600 codes are Masters level courses. Units scored in the
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MASTER OF SCIENCE IN POWER ELECTRONICS AND ELECTRICAL DRIVES

Core Courses (15.0 Units)
Code Course Title Units
CS 680 Computer Programming 3
DP 601 Rotating Machines Analysis 3
DP 602 Power Electronics 3
EM 601 Mathematical Analysis 3
EM 602 Numerical Analysis 3
DP 699 Dissertation 6


Optional Courses (15.0 Units)
Code Course Title Units
CS 662 Control System Analysis and Synthesis 3
DP 600 Basic Control Theory and Electronic Control 2
DP 604 Magnetic and Dielectric Materials 2
DP 605 General Theory of Machines and Windings 3
DP 606 Design of Electrical Machines 3
DP 607 Mechanical Design of Machines 2
DP 608 Theory of Small Electrical Machines 3
DP 609 Finite Element Analysis 3
DP 610 Modelling & Simulation of Power Electronics
Circuits
3
DP 660 Electronics and Electronic Measurement in
Machines
2
DP 681 Network Analysis 2
DP 682 Network Synthesis 2
DP 683 Foundations of Electrical Systems 2
MG 611 Engineering Finance and Economics 3
MG 632 Entrepreneurship Development 3


MASTER OF SCIENCE IN POWER SYSTEMS AND HIGH VOLTAGES

Core Courses (15.0 Units)
Code Course Title Units
CS 662 Control System Analysis and Synthesis 3
DP 620 Power System Analysis 3
DP628 High Voltage Testing Techniques 3
EM 601 Mathematical Analysis 3
EM 602 Numerical Analysis 3
DP 699 Dissertation 6






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Optional Courses (15.0 Units)
Code Course Title Units
CS 662 Control System Analysis and Synthesis 3
DP 621 Load Dispatch, Tariff and Electricity Pricing 3
DP 622 Power System Dynamics and Control 3
DP 623 Switch Gear and Protection Engineering 3
DP 624 Electrostatic Fields and Field Stress Control 3
DP 625 Overvoltage, High Voltage Generation and
Measurements
3
DP 626 Insulation Coordination 3
DP 627 Insulation Materials 3
DP 681 Network Analysis 2
DP 682 Network Synthesis 2
MG 611 Engineering Finance and Economics 3
MG 612 Business Statistics and Forecasting 3
MG 632 Entrepreneurship Development 3


DEPARTMENT OF MECHANICAL AND INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING

The department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering offers postgraduate
programmes leading to the following awards:
1) Postgraduate Diploma in Mechanical Engineering (with options to specialise in
either production engineering or energy engineering)
2) Postgraduate Diploma in Engineering Management
3) Master of Science in Production Engineering
4) Master of Science in Energy Engineering
5) Master of Science in Renewable Energy
6) Master of Engineering Management (Project Management)
7) Master of Engineering Management (Industrial and Information Technology
Management)
8) Master of Engineering Management (Techno-Entrepreneurship)
9) Doctor of Philosophy Ph.D, in various Mechanical, Industrial Engineering and
Engineering Management fields.

POSTGRADUATE DIPLOMA IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

Introduction
The Postgraduate Diploma Programme in Mechanical Engineering consists of a
programme of study involving the completion of 22 units. Candidates must complete 14
units of compulsory core modules including two units of project in the broad area of
mechanical engineering and then specialize in either Production Engineering or Energy
Engineering by completing at least eight units of electives, which are to be selected from
a given list in the areas of specializations.



Objectives


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The specific objectives of the Postgraduate Diploma programme in Mechanical
Engineering are:
To upgrade graduates with Advanced Diploma in the area of Mechanical
Engineering to a level equivalent to or higher than that of a Bachelors degree.
To prepare candidates with either a pass degree or Advanced Diploma in the area
of mechanical engineering for advanced training at masters degree level in
relevant mechanical engineering areas.
To provide to the candidates up-to-date knowledge on modern manufacturing
processes and related technology and management.

Courses
Core Courses
Code Course Title Units
EN 437 Mechanical Systems Control 2
MG 502 Foundations of Operations Research 2
MG 504 Production Management 3
PD 341 Manufacturing Systems 3
PD 502 Mechanical Power Transmission 2
PD/EN 599 Project 2

Elective Courses at least 8 units:
Production Engineering Specialisation
Code Course Title Units
PD 313 Casting 2
PD 331 Automation of Manufacturing 3
PD 408 Noise and Vibration Control 2
PD 416 Polymer Engineering 3
PD 620 Design Methodology 3
PD 622 Behaviour of Machine Tools 3
PD 623 Computer Integrated Manufacture 3

Energy Engineering Specialisation
Code Course Title Units
EN 338 Computer Applications in Energy Engineering 3
EN 339 Industrial Energy Management 2
EN 434 Renewable Energy Technologies 3
EN 436 Power Plants 2
EN 438 Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Engineering 3
EN 611 Computational Fluid Dynamics 3
EN 614 Energy System and Environmental Pollution 3
EN 624 Industrial Fuels and Conversion Processes 3




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Introduction
The postgraduate diploma programme in Engineering Management consists of a
completion of a total of 22 units. Candidates must complete 13 units of the core course
modules including 2 units of project and any 9 units to be selected from a list of
electives. This programme is also available through online mode.





Objectives
To upgrade graduates with Advanced Diploma in Engineering and its related fields to
Engineering Managerial knowledge and skills of a level higher than that normally
obtained from an undergraduate engineering degree.
To prepare candidates with either a pass degree or Advanced Diploma in Engineering
and its related fields for advanced training in Engineering management at masters
degree level.

Structure of the Programme
1. The Programme may be offered on FULL-TIME DAY Programmes mode, FULL
TIME Evening Programme mode or MODULAR Programme mode (Part time day or
evening programmes).
2. Classes for the evening programmes mode shall, normally, be conducted between
4.00 pm and 8.00 pm. The modular mode shall involve candidates attending one
course module at a time up to its completion with intended breaks between
modules (part time).
3. The programme shall consist of lectures and a project. Where necessary, practicals
shall also be offered.
4. Enrolment to the programmes shall be at the beginning of the first semester of
each academic year, for the full-time day and evening programmes. The latest date
for submitting applications shall be the first week of JUNE for admission in the
following October. Enrolment to the modular mode programmes shall be at any
time during a semester.
5. Registration for the courses to be taken during the first semester shall be done
during the enrolment to the programme at the beginning of the semester.
Registration for the courses to be taken during the second semester shall be done
at the end of the first semester.
6. Candidates for the FULL-TIME DAY programme mode are expected to complete
their programmes within TWO semesters.
7. The unit system shall be used to gauge the workload involved. One unit shall be
equivalent to 15 hours of lectures or 45 hours of Project.
8. A minimum of 20 units must be completed to satisfy the requirements for the
programme. Of these, core courses shall consist of not less than 12 units whereas
electives shall be at least 8 units. The maximum number of units shall be 24.
9. The project shall consist of 2 units of 45hrs per unit, and shall be treated as a core
course. In the case of the FULL-TIME modes (Day or Evening), the project shall be
executed during the whole of the second semester.


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10. Candidates for the EVENING FULL-TIME programme mode are expected to
complete their programme within TWO semesters.
11. Each course module in a modular mode shall be completed within two weeks,
followed by another week of independent study and examination. The number of
contact hours per day for a course in a modular mode shall depend on the length of
the module, i.e. number of units.
12. Since the modular mode may demand considerable time of a particular teaching
staff to be concentrated in a short duration, the availability of the modular mode
shall be subject to availability of the teaching staff.
13. Candidates for the MODULAR MODE (Part Time) DAY or EVENING programmes
are expected to complete their programme within THREE semesters.
14. Successful completion of the Postgraduate Diploma programme means satisfying
the pre-requisites for a relevant Masters programme.

Assessment
1. A course shall be subjected to a final examination at the end of the course.
2. The final examination shall contribute 60% to the final grade of a course and the
continuous assessment shall contribute 40%. The form of the continuous
assessment shall be announced by course Instructor at the beginning of the course.
The minimum pass grade in any course shall be B.
3. A candidate (FULL- TIME DAY or EVENING) whose overall GPA at the end of
semester two is below 2.7 shall be discontinued from the programme.
4. A candidate (FULL-TIME DAY or EVENING) whose overall GPA a the end of the
second semester is 2.7 or above but has failed in one or more courses shall be
required to sit for a supplementary examination in the failed courses(s) by the end
of July in the respective academic year.
5. A candidate who fails in any subject in a supplementary examination shall be
allowed to REPEAT the failed subject during the semester in which the subject is
offered; no candidate shall be allowed to repeat a failed subject twice.
6. The maximum attainable grade in a supplementary examination shall be B.
7. A candidate who fails in any subject in a supplementary examination shall be
allowed to continue to the next semester BUT shall be required to REPEAT the
failed subject during the semester in which the subject is offered. No candidate
shall be allowed to repeat a failed subject twice.
8. A candidate who repeats a subject for reasons of academic failure shall be treated
as modular mode candidate as far as paying of fees FOR THE FAILED MODULES
is concerned.
9. A candidate who fails in the Project shall be required to supplement the Project at
the end of Semester 2. The time period allowed to SUPPLEMENT the project shall
be five week.
10. Candidates who register for M.Sc. or MEM programmes in related fields within less
than two years of completion of postgraduate diploma programmes shall be
allowed to transfer credits for the 600 level courses provided these do not exceed
30% of the total number of course units taken a masters degree level.
11. Candidate who have transferred credits from postgraduate diploma programme
into M.Sc. or MEM programmes may improve their grades provide that the grade
scored during the M.Sc. or MEM programme shall hold.



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Courses
Core Courses
Code Course Title Units
MG 501 Application of Microcomputers in Management 2
MG 502 Foundations of Operations Research 3
MG 503 Inventory and Logistics Management 3
MG 504 Production Management 3
MG 599 Project 2

Elective Courses (at least 9 Units)
Code Course Title Units
MG 601 Organisation and Strategic Management 3
MG 602 Statistics and Research Methods 3
MG 603 Principles of Environmental Management 3
MG 611 Engineering Finance and Economics 3
MG 621 Project Appraisal 3
MG 622 Consulting Management 3
MG 631 Fundamentals of Technology Management 3


MASTER OF SCIENCE IN PRODUCTION ENGINEERING

Introduction
The Masters of Science programme in Production Engineering consists of 36 units.
Candidates must complete 27 units of the core course modules inclusive of six units of
dissertation and any nine units to be chosen from a list of electives.

Objectives
The major objective of the M.Sc. in Production Engineering programme is to provide
postgraduate students with relevant and modern knowledge of production and
manufacturing technologies.

Courses
Core Courses
Code Course Title Units
EM 601 Mathematics Analysis 3
MG 601 Organization and Strategic Management 3
PD 620 Design Methodology 3
PD 621 Advanced Metallurgy 3
PD 622 Behaviour of Machine Tools 3
PD 623 Computer Integrated Manufacturing 3
PD 625 Advanced Metal Forming 3
PD 699 Dissertation 6

Elective Courses at least 9 Units
Code Course Title Units
MG 611 Engineering Finance and Economics 3


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MG 632 Entrepreneurship Development 3
MG 634 Small Business Management and Micro-finance 3
PD 626 Advanced Engineering Materials 3
PD 627 Mechanical Vibrations 3
PD 628 Theory of Elasticity and Plasticity 3
PD 629 Advanced Measurement and Control 3
PD 630 Fracture and Fatigue of Metal 3
PD 631 Corrosion and Corrosion Control 3
PD 632 Casting 3
PD 633 Welding 3
PD 634 Welding Metallurgy 3
*** Any Approved Graduate Course Offered at
UDSM
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Also the department offers M.Sc. and Ph.D. degrees by research and thesis.

MASTER OF SCIENCE IN ENERGY ENGINEERING

Introduction
The Masters of Science programme in Production Engineering consists of a total of 36
units. Candidates must complete 24 units of the core course modules inclusive of 6 units
of dissertation and any 12 units to be chosen from a list of electives.

Objectives
The major objectives of the Master of Science in Energy Engineering is to impart
knowledge and skills to students in order to be able to design and analyse various
energy systems, utilise effectively various sources of energy and minimize
environmental pollution, and manage energy engineering installation. The graduates
should also be able to effectively engage in energy related Research and Development.

Courses
Core Courses
Code Course Title Units
CS 680 Computer Programming 3
EM 601 Mathematical analysis 3
EN 613 Industrial Refrigeration and Air Conditioning 3
EN 614 Energy system and Environmental pollution 3
EN 623 Control of Dynamic Systems 3
EN 624 Industrial Fuels and Conversion Processes 3
EN 699 Dissertation 6



Elective Courses at least 12 Units
Code Course Title Units
EN 611 Computational Fluid Dynamics 3
EN 612 Automotive Engineering 3


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EN 621 Renewable Energy Technologies 3
EN 622 Energy Conversion Systems 2
EN 623 Control of Dynamic Systems 2
EN 624 Industrial Fuels and Conversion Processes 3
EN 625 Hydro turbines 2
EN 626 Pumps 2
MG 611 Engineering Finance and Economics 3
MG 632 Entrepreneurship Development 3
MG 634 Small Business Management and Micro-finance 3
***Any Approved Graduate Course Offered at
UDSM
3


MASTER OF ENGINEERING MANAGEMENT (PROJECT MANAGEMENT)

Introduction
The Masters programme in Engineering Management (MEM) Project Management
specialisation consists of 30 units. Candidates must complete 24 units of the core course
modules and any 6 units to be chosen from a list of electives. This programme is also
available through online mode.

Objectives
The major objective of the MEM Project Management is to enable candidates to develop
their knowledge and analytical skills necessary for effective management of engineering
projects.

Courses
Core Courses
Code Course Title Units
CS 680 Computer Programming 3
MG 601 Organisation and Strategic Management 3
MG 602 Statistics and Research Methods 3
MG 603 Principles of Environmental Management 3
MG 621 Project Appraisal 3
MG 622 Consulting Management 3
MG 623 Project Management 3
MG 624 Contract Management and Administration 3
MG 699 Dissertation 6





Elective Courses at least 6 Units
Code Course Title Units
MG 611 Engineering Finance and Economics 3
MG 612 System Thinking and Quality Management 3


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MG 631 Fundamentals of Technology Management 3
MG 632 Entrepreneurship Development 3
MG 633 Environmental Business Management 3
MG 635 Selected Topics in Management of Technology 3
MK 600 Marketing Management 3
*** Any Approved Graduate Course Offered at
UDSM
3

MASTER OF ENGINEERING MANAGEMENT (INDUSTRIAL AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
MANAGEMENT)

Introduction
The Masters programme in Engineering Management (MEM) Industrial and
Information Technology Management specialisation consists of a total of 30 units.
Candidates must complete 22 units of the core course modules and any 8 units to be
chosen from a list of electives. This programme is also available through online mode.

Objectives
The major objective of the Master of Engineering Management MEM Industrial and
Information Technology Management is to enable candidates to develop their
knowledge and analytical skills necessary for effective industrial and Information
Technology IT management.

Courses
Core Courses
Code Course Title Units
CS 680 Computer Programming 3
MG 601 Organisation and Strategic Management 3
MG 602 Statistics and Research Methods 3
MG 603 Principles of Environmental Management 3
MG 611 Engineering Finance and Economics 3
MG 613 Application of AI, ES, and DSS in Management 2
MG 614 Database Management Systems 2
MK 600 Marketing Management 3
MG 699 Dissertation 6

Elective Courses at least 8 Units
Code Course Title Units
MG 612 System Thinking and Quality Management 3
MG 615 Computer Simulation of Management Systems 2
MG 622 Consulting Management 3
MG 631 Fundamentals of Technology Management 3
MG 632 Entrepreneurship Development 3
MG 635 Selected Topics in Management of Technology 3
*** Any Approved Graduate Course Offered at UDSM 3


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Introduction
The Masters programme in Engineering Management (MEM) Techno-Entrepreneurship
specialisation consists of 30 units. Candidates must complete 21 units of the core course
modules and any 9 units to be chosen from a list of electives. This programme is also
available through online mode.

Objective
The major objective of the MEM Techno-Entrepreneurship is to enable candidates to
develop their entrepreneurial skills and knowledge in order to be well prepared to
quickly adjust to the world of work. The ultimate goal is to encourage students upon
graduation to become job creators than job seekers

Courses
Core Courses
Code Course Title Units
CS 680 Computer Programming 3
MG 601 Organisation and Stra egic Management 3
MG 602 Statistics and Research Methods 3
MG 603 Principles of Environmental Management 3
MG 611 Engineering Finance and Economics 3
MG 631 Fundamentals of Technology Management 3
MG 632 Entrepreneurship Development 3
MG 699 Dissertation 6

Elective Courses at least 9 Units
Code Course Title Units
MG 612 System Thinking and Quality Management 3
MG 621 Project Appraisal 3
MG 622 Consulting Management 3
MG 633 Environmental Business Management 3
MG 634 Small Business Management and Microfinance 3
MG 635 Selected Topics in Management of Technology 3
MK 600 Marketing Management 3
*** Any Approved Graduate Course Offered at
UDSM
3






MASTER OF SCIENCE IN RENEWABLE ENERGY

The Master of Science in Renewable Energy programme has been jointly developed as
part of a regional collaboration to establish an integrated training strategy to address
the shortage of trained people required in the areas of renewable energy. The


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collaborating institutions are: University of Dar es Salaam (Tanzania), Makerere
University (Uganda), University Eduardo Mondlane (Mozambique), University of Addis
Ababa (Ethiopia), NTNU (Norway) and the PREA Programme. The programme is hosted
and coordinated by the Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering.

The Masters Degree programme focuses on training engineers and scientists in
harnessing of energy from renewable energy sources (solar, water, wind and biomass)
and utilisation in the built environment in order to have a sustainable environment that
would meet our present needs without compromising the ability of future generations to
meet theirs.

The Master of Science in Renewable Energy degree programme has four (4)
specializations:

a) Bio-energy, that is designed to qualify students for occupations and careers in area
of bio-energy production, fuels process equipment designs, pollution associated
risk assessors as well as energy efficiency,
b) Hydropower deals with areas of integrated water management, land survey, dams
and canals construction, hydroelectric power house design and construction,
water turbines and control systems designs and installation, hydroelectric
generators design and installation as well as electricity distribution networks
design and monitoring,

c) Solar and wind energy systems that is designed to introduce emerging
technologies associated with solar and wind energies integrated with
management skills. It is designed to qualify students for occupations and careers
in solar energy systems design and installation, PV and wind energy systems
design and installation, solar energy design in built environment as well as energy
management, and

d) Energy efficiency in buildings that is designed in such a way that graduates will be
provided with a specialized knowledge in energy efficiency in built environment
integrated with management skills. The programme is designed to qualify
students for occupations and careers in residential and industrial energy
efficiency and management field, building site planning and green buildings design
and construction.

Duration of the Programme
The Masters of Science in Renewable Energy programme lasts for eighteen (18) months.

Admission Requirements
Admission to the programme is in accordance to the University of Dar es Salaam general
minimum entry requirements for Masters Degree programmes. Specifically, for
admission to the degree of Master of Science in Renewable Energy, holders of a lower
second-class first degree in Mechanical, Chemical, Electrical, Electromechanical and Civil
Engineering as well as Hydrology, Hydrogeology, Architecture, Town Planning, Quantity
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considered. Candidates for whom English is not their study language at undergraduate
level have to prove their English proficiency.
Compulsory General Courses for all students

Code Course Title Units
MG 602 Statistics and Research 3
MT 601 Mathematical Analysis 3
Practical 0

Compulsory General Courses for Respective Specialization
Code Course Title Units
DP 603 Electrical Energy Systems 3
EN 601 Bioenergy 3
EN 602 Solar Energy 3
WR 640 Hydropower 3

Elective General Courses
Code Course Title Units
EN 619 Other Forms of Renewable Energy 3
EN 618 Energy Policy and Planning 3
EN 617 Optimization of Energy Systems 3
MG 632 Entrepreneurship Development 3
MG 623 Project Management 3

Compulsory Courses for each specialization
Bioenergy Specialization
Code Course Title Units
EN 616 Thermochemical Conversion Processes 3
EN 615 Biochemical Conversion Processes 3
EN 629 Plant Design and Modeling 3

Solar Energy Specialization
Code Course Title Units
DP 613 Solar Cell Technology 3
DP 670 Electrical Energy Conversion in PV systems 3
EN 628 Solar Thermal Technology 3

Hydropower Specialization
Code Course Title Units
DP 671 Hydropower Electrical Equipment 2
EN 627 Hydropower Mechanical Equipment 2.5
WR 643 Hydraulic Structures in Hydropower 2.5
WR 642 Development of Small Hydropower 2

Energy Efficiency in Buildings Specialization
Code Course Title Units


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EN 626 Heat Transfer and Thermal Insulation in
Buildings
3
SD 682 Low Energy Architecture 3
SD 683 Energy, Comfort and Buildings 3

Dissertation
Code Course Title Units
EN 699 Dissertation 6
SD 699 Dissertation 6
DP 699 Dissertation 6
WR 699 Dissertation 6




DEPARTMENT OF CHEMICAL AND MINING ENGINEERING


POSTGRADUATE DIPLOMA IN ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING

Core Courses (At least 14 Units)
Code Course Title Units
CP 522 Air Pollution Prevention and Control 2
CP 521 Solid Waste Management 2
WR 602 Water Pollution Prevention and Control 2
CP 508 Computer Applications 2
CP 503 Thermodynamics 2
CP 623 Resource Utilization and Environmental
Technology
2
CP 599 Project 2
Total 14

Optional Courses (At least 8 Units)
Code Course Title Units
CP 406 Process Dynamics and Control 2
MG 440 Engineering Economics 2
CP 605 Food Process Engineering 2
CP 607 Advanced Process Technology 2
CP 609 Process Energy Management 1
CP 625 Hazard and Operability (HAZOP) Studies 1
CP 626 Hazard Analysis (HAZAN), Risk
Assessment Occupational Safety and Health
Hazards
1
CP 628 Soil and Ground Water Pollution from
Agricultural Activities
1
CP 609 Unit Operation in Water Treatment 2
CP 617 Unit Operation in Waste Water Treatment 3


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CP 615 Environmental Management 2
WR 614 Water Resources Management 3
CP 627 Radiation Hazards and Protection 1

Courses shown above with 600 codes are Masters level courses.
Units scored in the Masters level courses may be transferred to a Masters programme.

MASTER OF SCIENCE IN CHEMICAL ENGINEERING
Core Courses (24.0 Units)
Code Course Title Units
CP 601 Transport Phenomena 3
CP 602 Separation Processes 3
CP 603 Introduction to Environmental Engineering 3
CS 680 Computer Programming 3
CP 616 Advanced Process Dynamics and Control 3
CP 630 Experimental Design and Data Analysis 3
EM 602 Numerical Analysis 3
MG 624 Contract Management and Administration 3
CP 699 Dissertation 6
Total 24

Optional Courses (6.0 Units)
Code Course Title Units
CP 604 Plant Design and Optimization 3
CP 605 Food Process Engineering 3
CP 607 Advanced Process Technology 3
CP 608 Advanced Chemical Reaction Engineering 3
CP 609 Process Energy Management 3
CP 681 Advanced Pulping Technology 2



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COLLEGE OF INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES
(CoICT)

Introduction
The College of Information and Communication Technologies (CoICT) is a college
specializing in the information and communication technologies. The college comprises
of the following units:
Department of Computer Science and Engineering (CSE)
Department of Electronics and Telecommunications Engineering (ETE)
Centre for Virtual Learning (CVL)
The University of Dar es Salaam Information Technology Centre (UDITC)

POSTGRADUATE PROGRAMMES OFFERED BY COICT
S/N Programme Mode Duration
1 PGD in Electronics Engineering and Information Technology 12 months
2 PGD in Telecommunications Engineering 12 months
3 Master of Science in Computer Science
(Regular & Evening Delivery Modes)
Coursework and
Dissertation
24 months
4 Master of Science in Computer Science by Thesis 24 months
5 Master of Science in Electronics Science
and Communication
By Thesis 24 months
6 Master of Science in Health Informatics
(Evening Programme)
Coursework and
Dissertation
24 months
7 Master of Science in Electronics
Engineering and Information Technology
Coursework and
Dissertation
24 months
8 Master of Science in Telecommunications
Engineering
Coursework and
Dissertation
24 months
9 Ph.D. in Computer Science by Thesis 36 months
10 Ph.D. in Electronics Science and
Communication
by Thesis 36 months
11 Ph.D. in Telecommunications Engineering by Thesis 36 months
12 Ph.D. in Electronics Engineering and
Information Technology
by Thesis 36 months

The various degree programmes are based in the Departments.

DEPARTMENT OF COMPUTER SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING
The Department of Computer Science and Engineering offers the following postgraduate
programmes:

MASTER OF SCIENCE IN HEALTH INFORMATICS

Entry Qualifications: At least a Bachelors Degree, Advanced Diploma or its
equivalent from a recognized institution of higher learning
in relevant fields of specialization.
Duration: 24 months
Assessment: Coursework: 50%
Final examination: 50%


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Project: 6 units

Program Structure:
The Master of Science programme in Health Informatics is an evening program and
consists of a total of 36 units. Candidates must complete a minimum of 30 units, which
shall include all core courses (including 6 units of dissertation) and any additional
elective courses to yield the minimum of 30 units.

Core Courses for all students (20 units)
Code Course Title Units
HIS 603 Principles and Methods of Epidemiology 2
HIS 604 Information Systems and Organizations in a
Global Context
2
HIS 605 Open Source Software for Health Care 3
HIS 606 Health Research Methodology 2
HIS 607 Principles of Health Information Management II 2
HIS 608 Design, Development and Implementation of
Health Information Systems
3
HIS 699 Dissertation 6

Core Courses for Computer Science background students (5 units)
Code Course Title Units
HIS 601 Introduction to Public Health, Health Systems
and Health Management
3
HIS 602 Principles of Health Information Management I 2

Core Courses for Public Health background students (6 units)
Code Course Title Units
HIS 612 Database Design and Management 3
HIS 613 Introduction to Informatics 3

Elective Courses (8 units)
Code Course Title Units
HIS 611 GIS for Public Health 3
HIS 610 Health Economic Planning and Management 2
HIS 614 Public Health Statistics 3

MASTER OF SCIENCE IN COMPUTER SCIENCE

Entry Qualifications: At least an honours Bachelors degree from the University of Dar
es Salaam or an equivalent Masters degree from a recognized
institution of higher learning.
Duration: 24 months
Assessment: Coursework: 50%
Final examination: 50%
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Program Structure:
The Master of Science programme in Computer Science is a regular program and
consists of a total of 36 units. Candidates must complete 27 units of the core course
modules (inclusive of 6 units of dissertation) and at least any 6 units to be chosen from
the list of electives.

Core Courses (27 units)
Code Course Title Units
IS601 Object Oriented Programming 3
IS 602 Database systems 3
IS 603 Advanced networking 3
IS 604 Web Programming Languages 1
IS 605 Research Methodologies 1
IS 606 Software Architecture and Applications 2
IS 607 Artificial Intelligence 2
IS 608 Distributed Database 3
IS 609 Multimedia Systems 2
IS 610 Legal and Social Aspects of Computing 1
IS 699 Dissertation 6

Elective Courses (at least 6 units)
Code Course Title Units
IS641 Human-Computer Interactions 2
IS 642 Advanced Computer Architectures 2
IS 643 Compilation and Compiler Generation 2
IS 644 Advanced Computer Graphics 2
IS 645 Advanced Software Engineering 2
IS 646 Strategic Information Systems 2
IS 647 Expert Systems 2
IS 648 Natural Language Processing 2
IS 649 Principals of Geographic Information Systems 2
IS 650 Multimedia Communications 2

MASTER OF SCIENCE BY THESIS
The Masters programme by Thesis is offered through research followed by writing a
thesis.
Entry Qualifications: At least an honours upper second degree in a relevant field
from the University of Dar es Salaam or an equivalent
degree from a recognized university

Duration: The registration period for the programme is 24 months for
full time students and up to 48 months for Part-time
students
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DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY (PHD)
The Ph.D. program in Computer Science is a doctoral program offered through research
followed by writing a doctoral thesis.

Entry Qualifications: Masters degree in relevant fields from the University of Dar
es Salaam or an equivalent Masters degree from a
recognized university

Duration: The duration for this programme is three years for full-time
candidates and five years for part-time candidates

Assessment: Ph.D. Thesis Pass/Fail


DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRONICS AND TELECOMMUNICATIONS ENGINEERING

The Department of Electronics and Telecommunications Engineering offers the
following postgraduate programmes:

POSTGRADUATE DIPLOMAS OFFERED

POSTGRADUATE DIPLOMA IN ELECTRONICS AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

Entry Qualifications: At least a Bachelors Degree, Advanced Diploma or its
equivalent from a recognized institution of higher learning
in relevant fields of specialization.
Candidates with equivalent qualifications must also possess
at least secondary school certificates with credit passes.
Duration: 12 months
Assessment: Coursework: 50%
Final examination: 50%
Project: 2 units
Program Structure:
The Postgraduate Diploma Programme in Electronics and Information Technology is an
evening mode program and it consists of a total of 30 units. Candidates must complete
14 units of the core course modules (inclusive of 2 units of project) and any 8 units to be
chosen from a list of electives.

Core Courses (14 units)
Code Course Title Units
CS 321 Control Systems Engineering I 3
CS 353 Micro Computer Systems I 2
CS 599 Project 2
TE 312 Digital Telecommunication 3
TE 342 Digital Electronics for Engineers 4

Elective Courses (at least 8 Units)
Code Course Title Units


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CS 652 Introduction to Computer Communication
Theory
3
CS 660 Introduction to Computer and Software
Engineering
3
CS 680 Computer Programming 3
DP 681 Network Analysis 2
DP 682 Network Synthesis 2
TE 651 Introduction to Telecommunications
Engineering
3


MASTERS BY COURSEWORK AND DISSERTATION

MASTER OF SCIENCE IN ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

Entry Qualifications: An honours degree in a relevant field from the University of
Dar es Salaam or an equivalent degree from another
recognized university
Duration: The registration period for the programmes is 24 months
for full-time students and up to 48 months for part-time
students.
Assessment: Coursework: 50%
Final examination: 50%
Dissertation: 6 units, Pass/Fail
Program Structure:
The Master of Science programme in Electronics Engineering and Information
Technology is an evening program which involves the completion of a total of at least 36
units, 21 of which are core (including 6 units for dissertation) and 15 are from a list of
elective courses. Fulltime students must complete their coursework within the first 2
semesters of enrolment, while part-time candidates must complete their coursework
within the first 36 months of enrolment.

Core Courses (21 units)
Code Course Title Units
EM602 Numerical Analysis 3
CS 652 Introduction to Computer Communication
Theory
3
CS 680 Computer Programming 3
CS 684 Microcomputers and Microprocessors 3
CS 699 Dissertation 6
TE 644 Digital Communications 3

Elective Courses (at least 15 Units)
Code Course Title Units
CS 660 Introduction of Computers and Software
Engineering
3
CS 661 Modern Control Theory 3


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CS 662 Control Systems Analysis and Synthesis 3
CS 663 Instrumentation and Measurement I 3
CS 664 Instrumentation and Measurement II 3
CS 665 Computer-Based Techniques for Meas. and
Control
3
EM 601 Mathematical Analysis 3
MG 632 Entrepreneurship Development 3
TE 651 Introduction to Telecommunications Engineering 3
TE 653 Integrated Electronics 3
TE 654 Optoelectronics 3
TE 655 Analogue Filters 3
TE 656 Digital Filters 3
TE 657 Digital Electronics 3
TE 658 Analogue Electronics 3
TE 659 Telecommunications Switching Principles 3


MASTER OF SCIENCE IN TELECOMMUNICATIONS ENGINEERING

Entry Qualifications: An honours degree in a relevant field from the University of
Dar es Salaam or an equivalent degree from another
recognized university

Duration: The registration period for the programmes is 24 months
for full-time students and up to 48 months for part-time
students.

Assessment: Coursework: 50%
Final examination: 50%
Dissertation: 6 units, Pass/Fail

Program Structure:
The Master of Science programme in Telecommmunications Engineering is an evening
program which involves the completion of a total of at least 36 units, 22 of which are
core (including 6 units for dissertation) and 14 are from a list of elective courses.
Fulltime students must complete their coursework within the first 2 semesters of
enrolment, while part-time candidates must complete their coursework within the first
36 months of enrolment.

Courses
Core Courses (21 unit)
Code Course Title Units
CS 680 Computer Programming 3
DP 681 Network Analysis 2
DP 682 Network Synthesis 2


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EM 602 Numerical Analysis 3
TE 640 Signal Analysis 3
TE 641 Communication Theory 3
TE 699 Dissertation 6

Courses (at least 14 units)
Code Course Title Units
CS 650 Communications Electronics 3
EM 601 Mathematical Analysis 3
MG 632 Entrepreneurship Development 3
TE 642 Antenna Analysis 3
TE 643 RF and Microwave Measurement Techniques 3
TE 644 Digital Communications 3
TE 645 Optical Communications 3
TE 646 Microwave Circuits 3
TE 647 Satellite Communications 3
TE 648 Sound Broadcast Systems 3
TE 649 Television Systems 3
TE 651 Introduction to Telecommunications
Engineering
3
TE 659 Telecommunications Switching Principles 3


MASTERS BY THESIS
The Department offers 3 Masters programmes by Thesis in the Electronics and
Telecommunications Engineering fields. The programmes, which are offered through
research followed by writing a masters thesis are:
a. Masters of Science in Electronics Engineering and Information Technology
b. Master of Science in Electronics Science and Communication
c. Master of Science in Telecommunications Engineering

Entry Qualifications: At least an honours upper second degree in a relevant field
from the University of Dar es Salaam or an equivalent
degree from another recognized university.
Duration: The registration period for the programme is 24 months for
full time students and up to 48 months for Part-time
students
Assessment: M.Sc. Thesis Pass/Fail


DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY (Ph.D.)

The Ph.D. program in Electronics and Telecommunications Engineering related fields are
doctoral program offered through research followed by writing a doctoral thesis.



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Entry Qualifications: Masters degree in relevant fields from the University of Dar
es Salaam or an equivalent Masters degree from a
recognized university

Duration: The duration for the programme is three years for full-time
candidates and five years for part-time candidates

Assessment: PhD Thesis Pass/Fail





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COLLEGE OF NATURAL AND APPLIED SCIENCES (CoNAS)

The College of Natural and Applied Sciences (CoNAS) is one of the three campus colleges
of the University of Dar es Salaam (UDSM) established following the implementation of
the new universitys organisational structure in 2009. CoNAS evolved from the former
Faculty of Science (FoS) that was established in 1965 and the former Faculty of Aquatic
Sciences & Technology (FAST), established in 2002.

CoNAS comprises of eight teaching departments, namely:
1. Aquatics Sciences and Fisheries,
2. Botany,
3. Chemistry,
4. Geology,
5. Physics,
6. Mathematics,
7. Molecular Biology & Biotechnology
8. Zoology & Wildlife Conservation

In addition, the College has one service department, namely the Central Science
Workshop.

The programmes offered by the College are under the following categories:

1. Postgraduate Diploma
2. Master of Science by coursework and dissertation
3. Master of Science by thesis
4. Doctor of Philosophy by thesis

The following programmes are offered by CoNAS:
S/N Programme Mode Duration
1 Postgraduate Diploma in Scientific Computing (PGDSC) 12 months.
2 M.Sc. (Chemistry) Coursework and Dissertation or
by Thesis
24 months
3 M.Sc. in Applied Science of
Materials
By Coursework and Dissertation 24 months
4 M.Sc. (Botany) By Coursework and Dissertation
or by Thesis
24 months
5 M.Sc. (Physics) By Coursework and Dissertation
or by Thesis

24 months
6 M.Sc. with Education By Coursework and Dissertation 24 months
7 M.Sc. (Geology) By Thesis 24 months
8 M.Sc. (Mathematical Modeling) By Coursework and Dissertation. 24 months
9 M.Sc. (Mathematics) By Coursework and Dissertation 24 months
M.Sc.(Biodiversity
Conservation)
By Coursework and Dissertation

24 months
10 M.Sc. (Applied Zoology) By Coursework and Dissertation

24 months
11 M.Sc. (Biotechnology) By Thesis 24 months


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12 M.Sc. (Molecular Biology) By Thesis 24 months
13 M.Sc. in Fisheries and
Aquaculture
By Coursework and Dissertation 24 months
14 Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) By Thesis 36 months
15 Master of Science in Integrated
Environmental Management,
M.Sc. (IEM)
By Coursework and Dissertation 18 months
16 Master of Science in Aquatic
Sciences
By Thesis 24 months
17 Master of Science in Applied
Microbiology
By Thesis 24 months


POSTGRADUATE DIPLOMA PROGRAMME

POSTGRADUATE DIPLOMA IN SCIENTIFIC COMPUTING

Minimum Entry Requirement
To be eligible for admission, a candidate must posses at least a Bachelors degree or
Advanced Diploma or its equivalent from a recognized University or Institution of
Higher Learning.

Duration: Twelve months with two intakes: 1
st
April and 1
st
October every year

Objective of the Programme
To help prepare prospective technicians and programmers in the field of:-

GROUP I Scientists I
Graduates in Engineering, Mathematics, Physics, Statistics, Geology and related fields.

GROUP II Scientists II
Graduates in the fields of Chemistry, Biological Sciences, Agriculture, Medicine,
Pharmacy, Dentistry and related fields.

GROUP III Business
Graduates in Economics, Commerce and Management, and Business-related fields.

GROUP IV Liberal Artists
Graduates in Arts, Social Sciences and related fields.

GROUP V Lawyers : Graduates in Law

Time and Course Structure
Evening programme, from 4:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Monday to Friday, and 8:00 a.m. to
12:00 noon on Saturday. Due to different students background, the program is divided
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Course coding
All courses are categorized in 7 areas namely:
Area 1: Software Systems
Area 2: Programming languages
Area 3: Mathematics
Area 4: Business
Area 5: Computer Applications
Area 6: Expert Systems
Area 7: Final Project

All courses start with two letters MT followed by three digits. MT stands for courses in
the Mathematics Department. The first digit: 5 stand for a course at postgraduate
diploma level. The second digit starting from 1 represents the number of the courses in
the area. The last digit represents the area in which the course belongs.

The summary of all the courses:

Courses in Area 1: Software Systems Total 18 units
Code Course Title Units
MT511 Systems Software 3
MT521 Data Communication and Networking 3
MT531 Data Management 3
MT541 Computer Graphics 3
MT551 Systems Analysis and Design 3
MT561 Advanced Computer Graphics 3

Courses in Area 2: Computer Programming Total 15 units
Code Course Title Units
MT512 Program Design 3
MT522 Programming with C++ 3
MT532 Advanced Programming with C++ 3
MT542 Programming in Pascal 3
MT552 Programming in Cobol 3

Courses in Area 3: Mathematics Total 20 units
Code Course Title Units
MT 513 Mathematics 3
MT 523 Statistics and Probability 3
MT 533 Biostatistics 4
MT 543 Quantitative Methods 3
MT 553 Computational Techniques I 4
MT 563 Computational Techniques II 3

Courses in Area 4: Business Total 8 units
Code Course Title Units
MT514
Human Communication and Information
Systems
4


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MT524 Accountancy 2
MT534 Business Environment 2

Courses in Area 5: Computer Applications Total 6 units
Code Course Title Units
MT515 Computer Applications I 3
MT525 Computer Applications II 3
MT557
Network and System Management in NT
environment
2
MT558
Network design and administration in Linux
Environment
2
MT559
Management and Exploitation of Network
Resources
2
MT560 Computer Aided Administration 2

Courses in Area 6: Expert Systems Total 18 units

Code Course Title Units
MT516 Concepts of CAD/CAM 3
MT526 Business Computer Applications 5
MT536 Scheduling 2
MT545 Dynamic Databases 2
MT556 Computational Linguistics 3
MT566 Knowledge-Based Systems 3

Course in Area 7: Final project Total 6 units
Code Course Title Units
MT517 Project 6

Part I: Core Courses for all

All students registered in the programme have to take the following core courses:
Code Course Title Units
MT514 Human Communication and Information
System
4
MT512 Program Design 3
MT511 Systems Software 3
MT521 Data Communication and Networking 3
MT531 Data Management 3
MT515 Computer Applications I 3
Total 19

Part II: Core courses per specialization:
Group I: Scientist I
Code Course Title Units
MT524 Accountancy 2
MT534 Business Environment 2


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MT516 Concepts of CAD/CAM 3
MT553 Computational techniques I 4
Total 11

Group II Scientist II
Code Course Title Units
MT524 Accountancy 2
MT533 Biostatistics 4
MT534 Business Environment 2
MT566 Knowledge-based Systems 3
Total 11

Group III: Business Graduates
Code Course Title Units
MT513 Mathematics 3
MT523 Statistics and Probability 3
MT526 Business Computer Applications 5
Total 11

Group IV: Liberal Artists
Code Course Title Units
MT524 Accountancy 2
MT536 Scheduling 2
MT534 Business Environment 2
MT541 Computer Graphics 5
Total 11

Group V: Lawyers
Code Course Title Units
MT524 Accountancy 2
MT534 Business Environment 2
MT525 Computer Applications II 3
MT536 Scheduling 2
MT546 Dynamic Databases 2
Total 11

Part III: Optional Courses

Students should select at least nine units from the optional courses with guidance from
the project supervisor.
Code Course Title Units
MT522 Programming in C++ 3
MT532 Advanced Programming in C++ 3
MT558 Network design & Administration
in Linux Environment
2
MT542 Programming in Pascal 3
MT552 Programming in COBOL 3


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MT551 Systems Analysis and Design 3
MT541 Computer Graphics 3
MT563 Computational techniques II 3
MT543 Quantitative methods 3
MT561 Advanced Computer graphics 3
MT566 Knowledge Based Systems 3
MT557 Network Systems Management in NT
Environment
2
MT559 Management & Exploitation of
Network Resources
2
MT560 Computer Aided Administration 2

Part IV: Project
Code Course Title Units
MT517 Project 6

After completing Part I, II and III, students are required to write a report, which is based
on project work. Each student will be encouraged to give suggestions on the type and
nature of problem he/she is interested to solve. Students with previous working
experience in any industry will be encouraged to delve in issues, which provide
solutions to real problems existing in their work places provided they get approval of
the Department and the employer.

Minimum number of Units Required
Student must take at least the following units in each of the four programme parts;

PART Details Units
Part I Core courses for all students 19
Part II Core courses per specialization 11
Part III Optional courses 9
Part IV Project Dissertation 6
Total 45


Examination Regulations
Follows University wide examination regulations as specified in the Universitys
Prospectus shall apply.

Evaluation
Except for the project, each course will have a continuous assessment CA and University
examination UE at the end of the course as per CoNAS regulations. The CA will comprise
of 40% and UE will contribute 60%.

The project assessment will be 100%. Each student will write report of the project work.
The supervisor and the external examiner will evaluate the project report.



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The CoNAS regulations for passing and completing a course at postgraduate level will
hold.


MASTERS PROGRAMMES

All departments in the college offer Masters Degrees by thesis. In addition, the following
master programmes are offered by coursework and dissertation;

MASTER OF SCIENCE IN WILDLIFE AND TERRESTRIAL ECOLOGY

Core Courses
Code Course Title Units
BL 650 Biostatistics 3
BT 309 Plant Ecology 3
WE 208 Range Ecology 2
WE 602 Environmental Science 4
WE 603 Community and Ecosystem Ecology 2
WE 604 Population Ecology 2
WE 605 Wildlife Analysis and Management Techniques 2
WE 606 Fauna and Flora of Africa 3

Optional courses offered in specialist packages

Biometry and System Analysis
Code Course Title Units
WE 631 Advanced Statistical Analysis 2
WE 632 Basic Computer Programming 1
WE 633 System Analysis Modelling 1

Ecosystem Planning, Development and Conservation
Code Course Title Units
WE 641 Land use Planning, Development and
Conservation
2
WE 642 Human Ecology and Demography 2
WE 643 Marine Parks and Conservation 1

Range and Pasture Ecology
Code Course Title Units
WE 651 Plant Ecology and Physiology 2
WE 652 Pastoralism and Pasture Research 1
WE 653 Crop Ecology 1

This course covers the environments of crop plants, physiological limits, and crop yield
variability in relation to ecological optimum.




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Wildlife Ecology
Code Course Title Units
WE 661 Ecological Monitoring 2
WE 662 Wildlife Diseases and Parasitology 2
WE 663 Feeding Ecology 1
WE 664 Ethology of Large Mammals 2

Other electives
Code Course Title Units
WE 671 Ecological Physiology and Biotelemetry 2
WE 672 Primate Ecology and Behaviour 2
WE 673 Ecology of Birds 1
WE 674 Invertebrate Ecology 2

MASTER OF SCIENCE IN APPLIED ZOOLOGY

Programme Structure and mode of delivery
The M.Sc. Applied Zoology is a taught programme comprising of course-work and
dissertation. It shall run for twenty-four months (2 years) for full time students and 3
years for part-time students. Students intending to follow the programme on a part-
time basis will have to make early arrangements with the coordinator to ensure the
smooth running of their schedules. Course-work will run over a period of two semesters
(each 15 weeks) with final examinations at the end of each semester. The second year
shall be devoted to research and writing of the dissertation. The programme will
comprise of two streams: Applied Entomology and Parasitology and Applied Physiology.
There will be common core courses and stream based core courses. To graduate a
student must complete a minimum of 30 units, consisting of all prescribed core and
optional courses.

Entry Qualifications
Admission into the Applied Zoology programme will be in accordance with the
University of Dar es Salaam postgraduate regulations. Applying students will be
required to have at least a first degree in Biology, Zoology and related disciplines such as
Veterinary Medicine, Animal Science, Biotechnology, Microbiology, Public Health and
Biochemistry. Applicants who lack some prerequisite subjects will be required to
undertake recommended courses at undergraduate level. This will be determined upon
inspection of the candidates previous training and experience.

Assessment and Examination Regulations
The general University of Dar es Salaam (UDSM) examination regulations will apply for
this programme, except for practical courses where continuous assessment will
comprise 100% of the full course assessment, and for such a course there will be no final
examination. The dissertation shall be graded on a Pass / Fail basis.







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COMMON CORE COURSES FOR ALL STREAMS
Code Course Title Units
ZL 602 Biochemistry 3
BL 607 Biostatistics 3
BL 617 Molecular Biology 3
SC 601 Advanced Research Methods 3
BL 662 Biological methods and techniques 3
ZL 699 Dissertation 6

CORE COURSES FOR ENTOMOLOGY AND PARASITOLOGY STREAM
Code Course Title Units
ZL 616 Insect Ecology, Pest and Vector Management 3
ZL 604 Protozoology and Helminthology 3

OPTIONAL COURSES
Code Course Title Units
ZL 617 Insect Physiology 3
ZL 618 Immunology of Parasitic Infection 3
ZL 619 Biology and control of Non-Insect Pests 3
ZL 620 Vector Biology and Control 3
ZL 608 Bioinformatics 2
ZL 618 Immunology 3
ZL 623 Molecular Biology of Parasites 3
WE 662 Wildlife Diseases and Parasitology 2

CORE COURSES FOR APPLIED PHYSIOLOGY STREAM
Code Course Title Units
ZL 611 Molecular Physiology 3
ZL 612 Animal Reproductive Physiology 3

Optional courses
Code Course Title Units
ZL 610 Metabolism and Bioenergetics 3
ZL 614 Reproductive Endocrinology 3
ZL 624 Neuroendocrinology and Behaviour 3
ZL 625 Physiology and Biochemistry of Nutrition 3
ZL 626 Biochemical Toxicology 3
ZL 628 Stress Physiology 3
ZL 629 Reproduction and the Environment 3
ZL 630 Physiology and the Environment 3


MASTER OF SCIENCE IN BIODIVERSITY CONSERVATION

The programme targets professionals who are working in biological related fields and
intends to equip them with the biodiversity knowledge and conservation tools in order
that they can work more professionally and confidently.


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Core courses
Code Course Title Units
BC 600 Fundamentals of Biodiversity Conservation 2
BC 601 Invertebrate Diversity and Conservation 3
BC 602 Conservation of Plant Diversity 3
BC 603 Microbial Diversity and Conservation 3
BC 604 Aquatic Biodiversity and Conservation 3
BC 607 Diversity and Conservation of African Biomes 2
BC 608 Vertebrate Diversity and Conservation 3
BC 610 Biodiversity Research Methods and
Monitoring
3
BC 611 Fire and Biodiversity 2
BC 699 Dissertation


Optional courses
Code Course Title Units
BC 605 Biodiversity of Inhabited Areas 2
BC 606 Ethno-biology and Conservation 2
BC 612 Legislation and Policies in Biodiversity
Conservation
2
BC 613 Emerging Issues in Biodiversity Conservation 2
BC 614 Bioremediation 2
BC 617 Restoration Ecology 2


MASTER OF SCIENCE IN BIOLOGY

This is a programme run jointly by the Department of Zoology & Wildlife Conservation
and the sister-department of Botany. For further details consult the Department of
Botany.

Core Courses
Code Course Title Units
BL 601 Genetics
BL 610 Cell and Molecular Biology
BL 611 Physiology
BL 620 Ecology
BL 650 Biostatistics
BL 651 Biological Techniques

Optional courses
Genetics
Code Course Title Units
BL 602 Molecular Genetics
BL 603 Population Genetics


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BL 604 Plant Breeding
BL 605 Animal Breeding
BL 606 Developmental Biology

Physiology
Code Course Title Units
BL 612 Neurophysiology and Endocrine Biology
BL 613 Reproductive Biology
BL 614 Plant Developmental Physiology
BL 615 Plant Metabolic Physiology
BL 616 Soil Plant Water Relations

Ecology
Code Course Title Units
BL 621 Animal Ecology
BL 622 Plant Ecology
BL 623 Marine Ecology
BL 624 Freshwater Ecology
BL 625 Microbial Ecology

Aspects of Applied Biology
Code Course Title Units
BL 630 Plant Pathology
BL 631 Entomology

Evolution and Systematic
Code Course Title Units
BL 640 Theory of Evolution
BL 641 Evolution of Behaviour
BL 642 Palaeobiology
*BL 643 Angiosperm Systematics I
*BL 644 Angiosperm Systematics II
BL 645 Alga Systematics
BL 446 Fungal Systematics
BL 447 Fauna of East Africa
*Both courses I and II must be taken together



MASTER OF SCIENCE IN APPLIED BOTANY (M.Sc. Appl. Bot.)

Programme Description
The M.Sc. degree in Applied Botany is a two year taught programme comprising of
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Programme Objectives
The overall objective of the programme is to create a critical mass of well versed and
competent botanists equipped with the necessary knowledge, skills and attitude to
promote botany as a key discipline to achieve sustainable development.
Specifically, a graduate of the proposed programme is expected to have:
Broadened and consolidated basic and applied botanical knowledge in both
theory and practical;
Deepened and consolidated research based knowledge in chosen areas;
Enhanced competence in designing and managing experiments and implementing
projects;
Developed competence in integrating ICT in analysis of findings and development
of models.

Delivery Structure and Duration
The programme is offered in the mode of course-work and dissertation and the duration
shall be 2 years, on a full time basis. The course-work programme will consist of basic
botany and application courses.

Entry qualification
Admission into the programme is in accordance with the University of Dar es Salaam
regulations regarding postgraduate studies. Candidates applying for the M.Sc. (Applied
Botany) programme shall hold B.Sc. or B.Sc. (Ed.) degrees from recognized institutions
which offer botanical sciences or equivalent qualifications.

Examinations and Assessment
The General University of Dar es Salaam and the College of Natural and Applied Sciences
examination regulations governing the award of M.Sc. degrees shall apply to the M.Sc.
(Applied Botany) programme. Specific requirements for science courses shall be
governed by relevant CoNAS and Directorate of Graduate Studies examination
regulations, respectively.

List of Courses
Core Courses
Code Course Title Units
BT 601 Advanced Plant and Fungal Systematics 3
BT 603 Seaweed Culture and Processing 3
BT 604 Applied Plant Genetics 3
BT 605 Plant Protection 3
BT 608 Plant Propagation 3
BT 609 Applied Ecology and Management of
Ecosystems
3
BC 617 Restoration Ecology* 2
SC 601 Advanced Research Method 3
Total 23





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Optional Courses
Code Course Title Units
BT 607 Ecophysiology 3
BT 610 Ethnobotany 3
BT 611 Advanced Economic Botany 3
BT 612 Plant Biochemistry 3
BC 602 Conservation of Plant Diversity 3
BC 607 Diversity and Conservation of African Biomes* 2
BC 612 Legislation and Policies in Biodiversity
Conservation
2
BC 614 Bioremediation 2
IEM 606 Geographical Information systems and Remote
Sensing
2
BL 607 Biostatistics 3
BL 617 Molecular Biology 3
BL 662 Biological Methods and Techniques 3

Compulsory Course
Code Course Title Units
BT 699 Dissertation 6

Course mapping: minimum total units for the programme is 58 units
Year 1
Semester 1
Core Courses
Code Course Title Units
BT 601 Advanced Plant and Fungal Systematics 3
BT 608 Plant Propagation 3
BT 609 Applied Ecology and Management of
Ecosystems
3
Total 9

Year 1
Semester 2
Optional Courses (minimum 9 courses)
Code Course Title Units
BT 607 Ecophysiology 3
BT 612 Plant Biochemistry 3
BC 602 Conservation of Plant Diversity 3
BC 612 Legislation and Policies in Biodiversity
Conservation
2
BL 617 Molecular Biology 3
Total 14






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Year 2
Semester 1
Core Courses
Code Course Title Units
BT 603 Seaweed Culture and Processing 3
BT 604 Applied Plant Genetics 3
BT 605 Plant Protection 3
SC 601 Advanced Research Methods 3
BC 617 Restoration Ecology 2
Total 14

Year 2
Semester 2
Optional Courses (minimum 9 courses)
Code Course Title Units
BT 610 Ethnobotany 3
BT 611 Advanced Economic Botany 3
BC 614 Bioremediation 3
BT 611 Advanced Economic Botany 3
BC 614 Bioremediation 2
BC 607 Diversity and Conservation of African Biomes 2
BL 607 Biostatistics 3
BL 662 Biological Methods and Techniques 3
IEM 606 Geographical Information systems and Remote
Sensing
2
Total 18

Compulsory Course
Code Course Title Units
BT 699 Dissertation 6

MASTER OF SCIENCE IN PHYSICS
The overall goal of the Programme is to produce human capacity in Physics that is
needed to create technology-based economy.

Core Courses
Code Course Title Units
PH 611 Electrodynamics 3
PH 615 Computational physics 3
PH 616 Statistical mechanics 3
PH 613 Electronics 3
PH 614 Advanced Experimental Physics 3
PH 617 Quantum mechanics 3
PH 618 Condensed Matter Physics 3
PH 619 Nuclear Physics and instrumentation 3
PH 614 Advanced Experimental Physics 3
Total 27


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Electives: Choose at least 6 Units from one of the streams
Stream (a)
Code Course Title Units
PH 620 Aerosol Physics 3
PH 621 Atmospheric dispersion and air quality
modelling
3
PH 622 Atmospheric boundary layer and turbulence 3
PH 623 Physics of sustainable electricity generation 3
Total 12

Stream (b)
Code Course Title Units
PH 624 Nuclear reactor physics 3
PH 625 Nuclear technique and applications 3
PH 626 Radiation dosimetry and protection 3
Total 9

Stream (c)
Code Course Title Units
PH 627 Medical electronics and instrumentation 3
PH 628 Physics of medical imaging 3
PH 629 Radiation effects on electronic devices 3
Total 9

Stream (d)
Code Course Title Units
PH 630 Introduction to nanoelectronics and nanoscale
materials
3
PH 635 Nanotechnology 3
Total 6

Code Course Title Units
PH 699 Dissertation 6


MASTER OF SCIENCE IN MATHEMATICAL MODELLING

This is a regional programme in mathematical modelling and designed to train staff in
higher education and researchers from the industry. The programme consists of
coursework and dissertation. Minimum Units required 24 (12 Core, 12 optional) for the
coursework part. The coursework covers two semesters (one year), followed by one
year of dissertation.






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Core courses
Code Course Title Units
MT619 Applied functional analysis 4
MT 631 Stochastic differential equations 3
MT 681 Data assimilation methods 3
MT 611 Mathematics of finance 3
Total 13

Optional Courses (minimum units at least 12 units)
Code Course Title Units
MT 651 Ecological Modelling 3
MT 621 Insurance mathematics 3
MT661 Population dynamics (Epidemiology) 3
MT 671 Game Theory (Advanced decision making) 3
MT691 Methods of Mathematical Physics 3
MT644 Stochastic systems 3
MT640 Numerical linear algebra 3
MT683 Partial differential equations 3
MT660 Computer Programming 3
MT 641 Advanced mathematical statistics 3
MT 607 Discrete mathematical modelling 3
MT617 Continuous mathematical modelling 3
MT604 Optimization methods of operations research 3
MT664 Graph theory 3
MT 627 Computational fluid dynamics I 3
MT 637 Computational fluid dynamics II 3
MT663 Ordinary differential equations 3
MT601 Advanced probability theory 3


MASTER OF SCINECE IN MATHEMATICS

This is a Masters programme in mathematics and is designed to equip learners with
wide range of choices in mathematics specializations. This programme provides
students with a thorough theoretical basis in Mathematics. It consists of 2 semesters of
coursework and one year of dissertation.

Common core courses

Core Courses
Semester 1
Code Course Title Units
MT619 Applied Functional Analysis 3
MT630 Differential Geometry 3
Total 6




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Core Courses
Semester 2
Code Course Title Units
MT663 Ordinary Differential Equations I 3
MT602 Numerical Analysis 3
SC601 Advanced Research Methods 3
Total 9

Optional Courses
Specialization Area: Mathematical Analysis
Semester 1
Code Course Title Units
MT653 Topology 3

Specialization Area: Mathematical Analysis
Semester 2
Code Course Title Units
MT659 Measure Theory and Integration 3

Specialization Area: Algebra
Semester 1
Code Course Title Units
MT608 Algebraic Geometry 3

Specialization Area: Algebra
Semester 2
Code Course Title Units
MT612 Galois Theory 3

Specialization Area: Operations Research
Semester 1
Code Course Title Units
MT662 Techniques in Operations Research 3

Specialization Area: Operations Research
Semester 2
Code Course Title Units
MT644 Stochastic Systems 3

Specialization Area: Computational Fluid Mechanics
Semester 1
Code Course Title Units
MT627 Computational Fluid Dynamics I 3






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Specialization Area: Computational Fluid Mechanics
Semester 2
Code Course Title Units
MT637 Computational Fluid Dynamics II 3

Specialization Area: Mathematical Statistics
Semester 1
Code Course Title Units
MT641 Advanced Mathematical Statistics 3

Specialization Area: Mathematical Statistics
Semester 2
Code Course Title Units
MT601 Advanced Probability Theory 3

Any course which is not core and which is not in the students specialization area core
can be taken as an option course

Optional Courses (minimum 9 units)
Semester 1
Code Course Title Units
MT 605 Advanced Linear Algebra 3
MT 660 Computer Applications and Programming 3
MT 610 Complex Analysis 3
MT 613 Waves 3
MT 633 Hydrodynamic and Hydro-elastic Stability 3
MT 643 Boundary Layer Theory 3
Total 18

Semester 2
Code Course Title Units
MT 664 Graph Theory 3
MT 683 Partial Differential Equations 3
MT 606 Discrete Optimization Methods 3
MT 647 Continuum Mechanics 3
MT 649 Complex Methods in Partial Differential
Equations
3
MT 657 Methods of Mechanics 3
MT 660 Computer Applications and Programming 3
MT 603 Viscous and Compressible Flows 3
Total 24

Compulsory Course
Code Course Title Units
MT699 Dissertation 6




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1. MASTER OF SCIENCE IN CHEMISTRY

MASTER OF SCIENCE IN CHEMISTRY BY THESIS ONLY

This is a two year course designed to produce human capacity in chemistry needed for
research and academic needs of the country. The course comprise of a research leading
to a thesis.

Assessment/Evaluation
Assessment is by external examination and oral defense (Viva Voce) and based on Pass
or Fail.


MASTER OF SCIENCE IN CHEMISTRY BY COURSE WORK AND DISERTATION PROGRAMME
The course is designed to produce human capacity in chemistry that is needed to create
technology based economy. It is a two year programme during which a student must
complete a minimum of 30 units 22 of which are prescribed core courses and the rest
are accumulated from optional courses. The course work is offered in the first year,
followed by a research leading to a dissertation in the second year of study.

Core Courses
Code Course Title Units
CH 603 Solid State Chemistry 3
CH 606 Coordination Chemistry 3
CH 607 Advanced Physical Organic Chemistry 3
CH 608 Advances in Organic Synthesis 3
CH 609 Chemical Speciation 3
CH 613 Advanced Environmental Chemistry 3
CH 617 Advanced Thermodynamics 3
CH 630 Advanced Analytical Chemistry and
Instrumentation
3
CH 699 Dissertation
Total

Optional Courses
Code Course Title Units
*CH 331 Chemometrics 2
*CH 357 Fuel Chemistry and Technology 2
*CH 373 Organometallic Chemistry 2
CH 602 Quantum Chemistry 3
CH 610 Surface and Colloid Chemistry 2
CH 611 Heterocyclic Chemistry 2
CH 612 Advanced Chemical Kinetics 3
CH 614 Molecular Imprinting Technology 3
CH 615 Raw Materials for Industries and Their
Processing
3
CH 616 Chemistry of Natural Products II 3


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IEM 651 Entrepreneurship and the Environment 2
IEM 652 Research Methods 2

*Students are allowed to opt up to a maximum of 4 units of the recommended 300 - series
courses PROVIDED they did not take those courses in their undergraduate
programs.

Assessment/Evaluation
Course work assessment 40%
University Examination 60%

Dissertation: The dissertation is assessed both internally and externally and must be
passed. At least B score.


MASTER OF SCIENCE WITH EDUCATION (CHEMISTRY)

The course is designed to create a critical mass of well-educated and competent science
teachers equipped with the necessary knowledge, skills and attitude to teach effectively,
and hence promote a science culture in students and society in general. It is a two year
programme during which a student must complete a minimum of 30 units and not
exceed a maximum of 36 units. Of the 30 unit minimum, 24 must be prescribed core
courses (15 units of science discipline-based courses and 9 units of science education).
The rest are accumulated from optional courses of which at least 3 units must be of
science discipline-based. The discipline-based science courses are Biology, Chemistry,
Physics and Mathematics. A candidate shall major in only one of these subjects. The
Science education component will be offered by School of Education. The course work is
offered in the first year, followed by a research leading to a dissertation in the second
year of study. The dissertation research will be based in the major science subject of the
course work.

Core Courses for the Chemistry Stream
Code Course Title Units
CH 606 Coordination Chemistry 3
CH 618 Structure, Properties and Applications of
Polymers
3
CH 619 Physical Chemistry 3
CH 630 Advanced Analytical Chemistry and
Instrumentation
3
CH 651 Chemistry of Biomolecules 3

Code Course Title Units
CH 699 Dissertation







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Optional Courses for the Chemistry Stream
Code Course Title Units
CH 394 Fundamentals of Theoretical Chemistry* 3
CH 603 Solid State Chemistry 3
CH 607 Advanced Physical Organic Chemistry 3
CH 610 Surface and Colloid Chemistry 2
CH 611 Heterocyclic Chemistry 2
CH 613 Advanced Environmental Chemistry 2
CH 614 Molecular Imprinting Technology 3
CH 616 Chemistry of Natural Products 3

*Students are allowed to opt for a recommended 300 - series course PROVIDED they did
not take that course in their undergraduate programs.

Assessment/Evaluation
Course work assessment 40%
University Examination 60%
Dissertation: The dissertation is assessed on a Pass or Fail basis


2. MASTER OF SCIENCE WITH EDUCATION (M.Sc. Ed.)

Programme description
The M.Sc. (Ed.) programme is intended for graduate science teachers who want to
expand scope and depth of their knowledge base in the major areas of natural science
and mathematics, and advance ones professional career as a science teacher. In order to
cater for the large number of science teachers, the programme will be offered in the
mode of course-work and dissertation and the duration shall be two years, on a full time
basis and three years on part-time basis. The course-work programme component
consists of science discipline-based and science education courses. A candidate shall
major in only one science (or mathematics) subject.

The choice of courses and the specific contents has been made carefully, guided by
results of a tracer and needs assessment report (8), to ensure that fundamental concepts
are not missed. The choice has also taken into account the specific content knowledge
base that is necessarily required for effective science/mathematics teaching.

The overall objective of the programme is to create a critical mass of well educated and
competent science teachers equipped with the necessary knowledge, skills and attitude
to teach effectively, and hence promote a science culture in students and society in
general. Specifically, a graduate of the proposed programme is expected to have:
Broadened and consolidated basic science content knowledge in his/her area of

specialization
Deepened and consolidated pedagogical content knowledge in chosen areas;
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Enhanced competence in designing and handling experimental work at school
level;
Developed competence in integrating ICT in teaching.

Entry qualifications
Admission into the programme will be in accordance with the University of Dar es
Salaam regulations regarding postgraduate studies. Candidates applying for the M.Sc.
(Ed.) programme shall hold B.Sc. (Ed.) or B.Ed. (Science) degrees from a recognized
institution. Graduates from non-education science degree programmes, or equivalent
qualifications, will be required to undertake postgraduate diploma in Education as a
prerequisite programme prior to admission into the M.Sc. (Ed.) programme.
Assessment and examination
The General University of Dar es Salaam and the College of Natural and Applied Sciences
examination regulations governing the award of M.Sc. degrees shall apply to the M.Sc.
(Ed.) programme. Specific requirements for basic science and education courses shall be
governed by relevant CoNAS and School of Education (SoED) examination regulations,
respectively.

Programme Structure

The M.Sc.(Ed.) is a taught programme comprising of course-work and dissertation and
the duration shall be twenty four months (2 years) for full-time students and thirty six
months (3 years) for part-time students. Coursework will run over a period of two
semesters of 15 teaching weeks each, with final examination at the end of each semester.
The second year shall be devoted to research and writing of the dissertation. During the
second semester of the first year, students will be required to develop research
proposals detailing the theoretical background and methodology, as a preparation for
research and dissertation work.

The course-work programme consists of science discipline-based and science education
courses. The science education component will be offered by the SoED. Science
discipline-based courses comprise of basic sciences, namely Biology (BL), Chemistry
(CH), Physics (PH) and Mathematics (MT), in which a candidate shall major in only one
of these subjects. Some of the science courses are drawn from among those offered in
the existing M.Sc. programmes in the respective Departments of the College of Natural
and Applied Sciences. In essence there will be four streams, namely, BL/Ed, CH/Ed,
PH/Ed and MT/Ed.

The minimum number of units a student is required to take is 36 consisting of a 30 units
core and elective units during the coursework year and dissertation during the second
year. The following minimum course load distribution is proposed:
Core Units: 15 Units from the science discipline-based courses, and 18 Units of science
education. This makes a total of 33 taught core Units.
Elective Units: At least 9 taught elective Units comprised of 3 Units of science discipline-
based component and 6 Units of Science Education.
Dissertation units: Shall weigh 6 core Units.



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The minimum load for a candidate to graduate is proposed to be 48 Units. A candidate
must pass both the course-work and the dissertation to qualify for the degree award.

The following courses are offered:

Science Education Courses
Core Courses
Code Course Title Units
FE 600 Research Methods in Education* 6
EP 604 Theories of Teaching and Learning* 6
CT 605 Computer Assisted Learning* 6
Total 18

Elective Courses
Code Course Title Units
CT 600 Curriculum and Teaching* 6
CT 603 Professional Development in SMT* 6
CT 604 Assessment of performance in SMT* 6
EA 607 Management of Education Systems*
and Institutions
6
Total 24
* Courses from existing approved MA (Ed) Degree Programmes

Biology Stream
Core Courses
Code Course Title Units
BL 607 Biostatistics 3
BL 617 Molecular Biology 3
BL 661 Advanced Genetics 3
BL 662 Biological methods and techniques 3
BL 663 Advanced Physiology 3
ZL 604 Protozoology and Helminthology 3
BL 699 Dissertation 6
Total 24

Elective Courses
Code Course Title Units
BC 604 Aquatic Biodiversity and Conservation* 3
BT 605 Plant Protection 3
BL 668 Soil/Plant Water Relations 3
BL 670 Fauna and Flora of East Africa 3
ZL 612 Animal Reproductive Physiology 3
ZL 616 Insect Ecology, Pest and Vector Management 3
Total 18
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Chemistry stream
Core Courses
Code Course Title Units
CH 606 Coordination Chemistry* 3
CH 630 Advanced Analytical Chemistry and*
Instrumentation
3
CH 618 Structure, Properties and Applications of
Polymers
3
CH 619 Physical Chemistry 3
CH 651 Chemistry of Biomolecules 3
CH 699 Dissertation* 6
Total 21

Elective Courses
Code Course Title Units
CH 603 Solid State Chemistry* 3
CH 607 Advanced Physical Organic Chemistry* 3
CH 610 Surface and Colloid Chemistry* 2
CH 611 Heterocyclic Chemistry* 2
CH 613 Advanced Environmental Chemistry* 2
CH 616 Chemistry of Natural Products* 3
CH 394 Fundamentals of Theoretical Chemistry* 3
Total 19
* Courses from the existing MSc. (Chem.) Degree Programme

Mathematics Stream
Core Courses
Code Course Title Units
MT 602 Numerical Analysis 3
MT 605 Advanced Linear Algebra 3
MT 641 Advanced Mathematical Statistics* 3
MT 662 Techniques in Operations Research* 3
MT 663 Ordinary Differential Equations I 3
MT 699 Dissertation* 6
Total Core Units 21

Elective Courses
Code Course Title Units
MT 601 Advanced Probability Theory* 3
MT608 Algebraic Geometry 3
MT 610 Complex Analysis 3
MT 657 Methods of Mechanics* 3
MT 660 Computer Applications and Programming* 3
Total Elective Units 15





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Physics Stream
Core Courses
Code Course Title Units
PH 611 Electrodynamics* 3
PH 613 Electronics* 3
PH 617 Quantum mechanics* 3
PH 618 Condensed Matter Physics* 3
PH 619 Nuclear Physics and instrumentation* 3
PH 699 Dissertation* 6
Total Core Units 21

Elective Courses
Code Course Title Units
PH 615 Computational physics* 3
PH 616 Statistical mechanics* 3
PH 620 Aerosol Physics* 3
PH 621 Atmospheric dispersion and air quality
modelling*
3
PH 623 Physics of sustainable electricity generation* 3
PH 625 Nuclear techniques and applications* 3
Total Elective Units 18

The course mapping on the semester time frame is as shown in Tables 1-5.

Table 1: Semester mapping of science education courses

Year 1, Semester 1
Code Course Title Units
Core Courses
FE 600 Research Methods in Education 6
Elective Courses
CT 600 Curriculum and Teaching 6

Year 1, Semester 2
Code Course Title Units
Core Courses
CT 605 Computer assisted Learning 6
EP 604 Theories of Teaching and Learning 6
Elective Courses
CT 604 Assessment of Performance in SMT 6
CT 603 Professional Development in SMT 6
EA 607

Management of Education Systems and
Institutions
6






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Table 2: Semester mapping of Biology Courses

Year 1, Semester 1
Code Course Title Units
Core courses
BL 661 Genetics 3
BL 617 Molecular Biology 3
ZL 604 Protozoology and Helminthology 3
Elective courses
ZL 612 Animal Reproductive Physiology 3
BC 604 Aquatic Biodiversity and Conservation 3
BT 601 Advanced Plant and Fungal Systematics 3


Year 1, Semester 2
Code Course Title Units
Core courses
BL 607 Biostatistics 3
BL 662 Biological methods and techniques 3
BL 663 Advanced Physiology 3
Elective courses
BT 605 Plant Protection 3
BL 668 Soil-Plant-Water Relations 3
BL 670 Fauna and Flora of East Africa 3
ZL 616 Insect Ecology, Pest and Vector Management 3

Year 2
Code Course Title Units
BL 699 Dissertation 6

Table 3: Semester mapping of Chemistry Courses

Year 1, Semester 1
Code Course Title Units
Core courses
CH 606 Coordination Chemistry 3
CH 619 Physical Chemistry 3
Elective courses 3
CH 603 Solid State Chemistry
CH 607 Advanced Physical Organic Chemistry 3

Year 1, Semester 2
Code Course Title Units
Core course
CH 651 Chemistry of Biomolecules 3
CH 618 Structure and Properties of Polymers 3


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CH 630 Advanced Analytical Chemistry and
Instrumentation
3
Elective courses
CH 394 Fundamentals of Theoretical Chemistry* 3
CH 610 Surface and Colloid Chemistry 3
CH 611 Heterocyclic Chemistry 3
CH 613 Advanced Environmental Chemistry 3
CH 616 Chemistry of Natural Products

Year 2
Code Course Title Units
CH 699 Dissertation 6
(*) = Only for those who have not done this course or CH345 at undergraduate level.

Table 4: Semester mapping of Mathematics courses

Year 1, Semester 1
Code Course Title Units
Core Courses
MT 641 Advanced Mathematical Statistics 3
MT 662 Optimization Methods of Operations Research 3
Elective courses 3
MT 657 Methods of Mechanics
MT 660 Computer Applications and Programming 3

Year 1, Semester 2
Code Course Title Units
Core Courses
MT 663 Ordinary Differential Equations I 3
MT 605 Advanced Linear Algebra 3
MT 602 Numerical Analysis 3
Elective courses
MT 601 Advanced Probability Theory 3
MT 608 Algebraic Geometry 3
MT 610 Complex Analysis 3

Year 2
Code Course Title Units
MT 699 Dissertation 6


Table 5: Semester mapping of Physics courses
Year 1, Semester 1
Code Course Title Units
Core courses
PH 611 Electrodynamics 3
PH 613 Electronics 3


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PH 617 Quantum mechanics 3
Elective courses
PH 615 Computational physics 3
PH 616 Statistical mechanics 3

Year 1, Semester 2
Code Course Title Units
Core courses
PH 618 Condensed Matter Physics 3
PH 619 Nuclear Physics and instrumentation 3
Elective courses 3
PH 620 Aerosol Physics
PH 621 Atmospheric dispersion and air quality
modelling
3
PH 623 Physics of sustainable electricity generation 3
PH 625 Nuclear technique and applications 3

Year 2
Code Course Title Units
PH 699 Dissertation 6

MASTER OF INTEGRATED ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT (MIEM)
The MIEM programme is designed to cater for multidiscipline studies in environment,
whereby students are required to take common courses and specialize in areas of their
interest and background. It is offered jointly by CoNAs and CoET.

Common Core Courses for all Students
Code Course Title Units
IEM 600

Introduction to Environmental Components&
Interrelationships
2
IEM 601 Introduction to Pollution Prevention and
Control
2
IEM 602 Environmental Conservation 2
IEM 603 Environmental Management Systems 2
IEM 610 Environmental Microbiology 2
IEM 604 Environmental Impact Assessment 2
IEM 605 Environmental Law and Policy 2
IEM 606 Geographic Information Systems and Remote
Sensing
1
IEM 699 Dissertation

Core courses for the Biological Sciences Stream
Code Course Title Units
IEM 611 Biological Wastewater Treatment 2
IEM 612 Environmental Biotechnology 2
IEM 613 Aquatic Ecology and Pollution 2
IEM 614 Fundamentals of Anaerobic Digestion Processes 2


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Core Courses for the Environmental Engineering Stream
Code Course Title Units
IEM 620 Solid Waste Management 2
IEM 621 Air Pollution Prevention and Control 2
IEM 622 Freshwater Pollution Prevention and Control 2
IEM 623 Ecological Engineering 2
IEM 624 Industrial Ecology 2

Core courses for the Physical & Earth Sciences Stream
Code Course Title Units
IEM 630 Environmental Chemistry 2
IEM 631 Water Resources and soil quality management 3
IEM 632 Land Degradation and Environmental Geology 2
IEM 633 Environmental Analytical Methods 1
IEM 634 Atmospheric Chemistry 2

Core courses for the Aquatic Sciences Stream
Code Course Title Units
IEM 640 Aquatic Ecology 2
IEM 641 Aquatic Pollution and Ecotoxicology 2
IEM 642 Aquatic Resource and Biodiversity Management 2
IEM 643 Physico-chemical properties of Aquatic Systems 2
IEM 644 Integrated Coastal Zone Management 2

Elective Courses (Students may take a minimum of 7 units)
Code Course Title Units
IEM 650 Environmental Ethics and Philosophy 1
IEM 651 Entrepreneurship and the Environment 2
IEM 652 Research Methods 2
IEM 653 Forest Conservation 1
IEM 654 Environmental Pollution and Public Health 1
IEM 655 Participatory Approaches to Environmental
Management
1
IEM 656 Human Ecology 1
IEM 657 Environmental Oceanography 1
IEM 658 Resources Utilization and Environmental
Protection
2
IEM 659 Industrial Development and Pollution 1
IEM 660 Work Environment and Chemical Safety 2
IEM 661 Soil and Groundwater Pollution from
Anthropogenic Activities
3
IEM 662 Environmental Toxicology 2
IEM 663 Computational Methods and Environmental
Modelling
2
IEM 664 Renewable Energy Sources 2
IEM 665 Aquatic Environment and Society 2


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IEM 667 Waste Management in Aquatic Systems 2
IEM 668 Aquatic Ecological Assessment 2
GE 623 Environmental Disaster Management 2
WR 610 Water Quality Modelling 2
WR 614 Water Resources Management 2
WR 620 Environmental and Water Resources Systems
Analysis
2
IEM 645 Aquaculture and Environment 2
IEM 646 Fisheries, Fish Biology and Environment 2
IEM 647 Waste Management in Aquatic Systems 2
IEM 648 Aquatic Ecological Monitoring and Assessment 2
IEM 649 Coastal and River Modelling 2


MASTER PROGRAMMES BY THESIS
1. M.Sc. (Applied Microbiology),
2. M.Sc (Biotechnology);
3. M.Sc (Molecular Biology)
4. M.Sc. (Mathematics)
5. M.Sc. (Physics),
6. M.Sc. (Chemistry),
7. M.Sc. (Geology)
8. M.Sc. (Zoology M.Sc.(Wildlife Ecology)
9. M.Sc. (Applied Zoology)
10. M.Sc. (Botany)
11. M.Sc. (Aquatic Sciences)


DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY (Ph.D.) PROGRAMMES

All departments offer Ph.D. programmes by Thesis.



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THE UNIVERSITY OF DAR ES SALAAM BUSINESS SCHOOL (UDBS)

Introduction
As one of the leading African business schools the University of Dar es Salaam Business
School conducts postgraduate programmes aimed at addressing the growing demand for
expert education in specialized business and management areas such as finance,
accounting, marketing, production, human resources management, tourism and
hospitality management, logistics and management science. Graduates end up either
being getting employments at different levels of industry, government and academia or
being self employed.

Strongly committed to excellence, efficiency and sustainability in addition to
incorporating its CESI core values and principles into all teaching and research activities,
our postgraduate programmes have been Tanzanias torchbearers and our MBA was the
first in Tanzania. Our lecturers have strong links with the business and industry and are
at the forefront of research in their fields, ensuring that course contents are relevant,
highly practical and innovative.

Programmes
The first products of the newly established Faculty of Commerce and Management 33
years ago were 10 MBA students who graduated in 1981. Since then strong links
between the school and industry have not only seen many students passing through our
Postgraduate Programmes but also they have brought about a number of strategic
business and industry partnerships. These collaborations provide us with the basis to
progress research priorities and ensure that coursework programs are continually
developed to provide students with skills that meet business and industry needs. As of
now, the UDBS Postgraduate Office caters for a Ph.D. programme in Business
Administration with concentrations in Accounting, Entrepreneurship Development,
Finance, Human Resources Management, International Busdiness, Management Science,
Marketing, and Tourism; 6 different Masters Degrees (MBA, MIT, MIB, MEED, MSc ITL,
MSc ICT Policy & Regulations); and 3 different Postgraduate diplomas (PGDMF, PGDEED,
PGD ICT Policy and Regulations). Graduates from our programmes join a growing body
of more than three thousand former postgraduate students which comprise the UDBS
graduate students alumni network.

POSTGRADUATE PROGRAMMES OFFERED BY UDBS
S/N Programme Mode Duration
1 Postgraduate Diplomas:
Postgraduate Diploma in Entrepreneurship and Enterprise
Development (Evening)
Postgraduate Diploma in Microfinance (Evening)
15 months
2 Master of Business Administration (MBA):
Accounting
Finance
Human Resource Management
Marketing
Full Time

Evening

Executive
24 months

27 months

24 months
3 Master of International Trade (MIT)* Evening 18 months


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4 Master in Entrepreneurship and Enterprise
Development
Evening 18 months
5 MSc in International Transport and Logistics * Evening 18 months
6 Master of International Business (MIB)* Evening 18 months
7 Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) By Thesis 36 months


MASTERS PROGRAMMES OFFERED BY THE UNIVERSITY OF DAR ES SALAAM BUSINESS
SCHOOL

I) MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (MBA)

Introduction
The MBA is a programme designed with the needs of the business world and students in
mind. The business world requires enterprising men and women who can take stock of
the changing competitive business environment and make critical decisions for effective
and efficient strategy formulation and implementation. The students require a flexible
programme that can address their academic and social needs without compromising on
the quality. The programme therefore prepares students for the challenges of either
working for the public and/or private sector or becoming self employed and create job
opportunities for others.

Objective
The general objective of the MBA programme is to contribute to the world of business by
creating a critical mass of men and women who are enterprising and who can take stock
of the changing competitive business environment and make critical decisions for
effective and efficient strategy formulation and implementation.
Specifically, the MBA programme is designed with the needs of the business world,
employees, organizations and students in mind, to enable them:

i. Acquire the requisite theoretical understanding of the total business world and
generic areas of management;
ii. Develop practical skills for effective management building confidence in teams
and motivating other people;
iii. Facilitate the development of professional and problem solving attitude for
profitable management and entrepreneurship

The MBA programme is open to people with a variety of backgrounds. These include
management, business administration, engineering, education, social sciences,
architecture, natural and applied sciences, law, medicine, development studies and
general social studies. The MBA programme is offered in three different modes:
Full Time
Evening (Part-time)
Executive (Modular).

The curriculum for the first two degrees is the same, the difference being only in the
timing of the class sessions and the duration of the course up to completion. While the
fulltime MBA is offered during normal working hours, the part-time programme is


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offered during the evenings in order to cater for candidates who continue working at
their jobs during normal working hours. The curriculum for the Executive MBA is
essentially the same, except that it is much more practical oriented in the sense that
candidates, who are executives, spend a substantial part of their training in analyzing
and solving problems related to their work environment. The programme consists of
modules which are delivered in intensive two week sessions, four times a year.

A. MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (FULL TIME)
The Full time MBA programme is offered during normal working hours and students
registered in the programme are expected to be residing within Dar es Salaam for
effective utilisation of facilities. These include the mini library at the School, internet
connected computers in the labs, reading facilities and so on. The School has recently
expanded its physical facilities which will see an increased more students study rooms,
break-up rooms, expanded library and computer labs.

Target group
The target group for the programme is young graduates who aspire to build their
capacity and career in management and business administration.

Structure of the Full Time MBA Programme
Overall, the programme has four semesters, three semesters of teaching and one
semester of dissertation research project. The first three semesters consist of 15 weeks
of teaching and seminar activities. In each of them students are required to complete six
courses equaling to 18 units of coursework. Each course (3 units) consists of 45 contact
hours.

In the first two semesters of study, students take 12 core courses in business
administration. In the third semester students are required to take three more core
courses plus a minimum of three and a maximum of four optional courses specializing in
a particular functional area of management: Accounting, Finance, Human Resource
Management, Marketing, and Production Management. Students may also choose a
combination of courses that may have career development relevance to them.

To complete the programme, a student is required to take and pass a minimum of 54
units and write a dissertation under supervision of an academic staff for a total of 72
units.

Course Mapping for the Full Time MBA Programme:
Year 1, Semester 1
Code Course Title Units
MS 600 Quantitative Methods 3
MS 601 Organization Theory and Management 3
MS 602 Managerial Economics 3
MS 603 IT and Business Computing 3
AC 600 Managerial and Financial Accounting 3
PN 600 Operations Management 3


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Year 1, Semester 2
Code Course Title Units
MS 604 Business Research Methods 3
MS 605 Management Information System 3
MK 600 Advanced Marketing Management 3
FN 601 Financial Management 3
MS 609 Business Law and Ethics 3
MS 606 Management Decision Making Techniques 3

Year 2,
Students must take 3 core and 3 specialization courses for a total of 18 Credit units
Semester 1
Core Courses
Code Course Title Units
HR 600 Human Resource Management 3
MS 607 Strategic Management 3
MK 611 Entrepreneurship Development 3

Semester 1
Specialization Courses in Accounting, Finance, Human Resouces, Marketing and
Production Management
i) Accounting Specialization
Code Course Title Units
AC 601 Accounting Theory 3
AC 602 Management Control Systems 3
AC 603 Auditing 3
AC 604 Taxation Theory and Practice 3
AC 605 Advanced Cost Accounting 3
AC 606 Advanced Financial Accounting 3
AC 607 Public Sector Accounting 3
AC 608 Financial Statement Analysis 3
AC 609 International Financial Accounting 3
AC 610 Managerial Accounting in Multinational
Corporations
3

ii) Finance Specialization
Code Course Title Units
FN 600: Theory of Finance 3
FN 602 Financial Institutions 3
FN 603 Advanced Public Finance 3
FN 604 Monetary Theory and Policies 3
FN 605 International Business Finance 3
FN 606 Advanced Corporate Finance 3
FN 607 Financial Planning 3
FN 608 Cost-Benefits Analysis 3


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iii) Human Resources Specialization
Code Course Title Units
HR 601 Labour Economics 3
HR 602 Labour Law 3
HR 603 Manpower Planning and Development 3
HR 604 Collective Bargaining 3
HR 605 Social Psychology of Industry 3
HR 606 Industrial Relations 3
HR 607 Management Training Techniques Seminar 3

iv) Marketing Specialization
Code Course Title Units
MK 601 Pricing Theory and Practice 3
MK 602 Marketing Distribution Systems 3
MK 603 Consumer Behavior 3
MK 604 Marketing Planning and Forecasting 3
MK 605 Sales Management 3
MK 606 Marketing Research 3
MK 607 Marketing Communication 3
MK 608 International Marketing 3
MK 609 Industrial Marketing 3
MK 610 Services marketing 3

v) Production Management/Management Science Specialization
Code Course Title Units
PN 601 Designing of Production Facilities 3
PN 602 Inventory Management 3
PN 603 Production Planning and Scheduling 3
PN 604 Production Decisions, Research and
Development
3
PN 605 Special Operations Research Topics 3
PN 606 Production Workforce Management 3
PN 607 Industrial Organization and Management 3
PN 608 Maintenance Systems and Policies 3
MS 608 Advanced Information Management 3

Year 2, Semester 2
Code Course Title Units
MS 699 Dissertation 18

Code Course Title Units
Total Units for MBA Full Time 72







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Duration
The programme commences in October each year and lasts for 24 months (18 months of
coursework with a three month long vacation between the first and second years of
study and 6 months of dissertation writing).

Admission Requirements
1. Holders of a First or Second-class honours degree of the University of Dar es Salaam
or its equivalent from another approved University or higher leaning institution.
2. Holders of a pass degree who have at least 5 years of working experience after
graduation plus a post graduation training of at least 6 months.
3. Holders of Advanced Diploma from a recognized higher learning institution with a
minimum of upper second class plus a postgraduate diploma.
4. Holders of recognized professional qualifications (CPA, ACCA, CMA, CPA, CSP, CPSP,
CIM, etc).

Fee structure
The fee structure for Full time MBA may change from time to time. For more information
on the fee structure for the next academic year, you may contact the Associate Dean
(Postgraduate Studies).

Programme Evaluation and Examination
(i) Evaluation
Each subject is evaluated by:
i. Continuous assessment of coursework that carries 50% of the final marks.
ii. Examination at the end of each semester, for 50% of the final marks.
iii. The pass marks of each examinable course is a B (50%).

(ii) Other Regulations

i. A candidate with a GPA of less than 2.7 in an academic year shall be
deemed to have failed completely and will be discontinued.
ii. A candidate failing in any number of courses in an academic year and who
has a GPA of not less than 2.7 shall be deemed to have marginally failed
and will be allowed to supplement the failed course(s).
iii. The passing grade for a supplementary examination shall be a B
regardless of the marks obtained
iv. Candidates who fail supplementary examinations (i.e. scoring less than a
B) shall be allowed to carry over the course(s) provided that a course
can only be carried over once.
v. A candidate who fails a carried over course shall be discontinued.
vi. Candidates who fail the coursework shall not be allowed to proceed for
research work leading to the writing of a dissertation.

Degree Award
The MBA degree shall not be awarded until both the course work and the dissertation
have been satisfactorily completed, graded and the candidate has passed all of them.



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B. MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (EVENING)
The Evening MBA programme is offered in the evening (after normal working hours)
between 17.00 and 20.00 hours during the week-days. Each class meets three times a
week alternating between the first and the second years. The students, however, are free
to access and utilize the Schools facilities at any time.

Target group
The target group for the programme is working individuals (employed or self-
employed) who can not afford to attend a full time study programme. The MBA Evening
programme is designed to combine work and study. It is run on a trimester basis having
7 trimesters of 15 weeks each (13 weeks for lectures and 2 weeks for revision and final
exams). In the 6
th
trimester students are required to take a minimum of 3 optional
courses (in Marketing, Finance, Accounting, Human Resource Management, Management
Sciences and Production Management. The 7th trimester is set for dissertation (research
work).

Programme Structure and Delivery Mode
To complete the programme, a student is required to take and pass a minimum of 18
courses (15 core and 3 optional) and write a dissertation under supervision of an academic
staff for a total of 72 units. A student is required to take 3 courses per trimester offered
after working hours, three times a week (including Saturdays).

Course Mapping for the Evening MBA Programme:

Trimester 1
Code Course Title Units
MS 600 Quantitative Methods 3
MS 601 Organization Theory and Management 3
MS 602 Managerial Economics 3

Trimester 2
Code Course Title Units
MS 603 IT and Business Computing 3
AC 600 Managerial and Financial Accounting 3
PN 600 Operations Management 3

Trimester 3
Code Course Title Units
MS 604 Business Research Methods 3
MS 605 Management Information System 3
MK 600 Advanced Marketing Management 3

Trimester 4
Code Course Title Units
FN 601 Financial Management 3
MS 609 Business Law and Ethics 3
MS 606 Management Decision Making Techniques 3


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Trimester 5
Code Course Title Units
HR 600 Human Resource Management 3
MS 607 Strategic Management 3
MK 611 Entrepreneurship Development 3

Specialization Courses in Accounting, Finance, Human Resouces, Marketing and
Production Management
Trimester 6
i) Accounting Specialization
Code Course Title Units
AC 601 Accounting Theory 3
AC 602 Management Control Systems 3
AC 603 Auditing 3
AC 604 Taxation Theory and Practice 3
AC 605 Advanced Cost Accounting 3
AC 606 Advanced Financial Accounting 3
AC 607 Public Sector Accounting 3
AC 608 Financial Statement Analysis 3
AC 609 International Financial Accounting 3
AC 610 Managerial Accounting in Multinational
Corporations
3

ii) Finance Specialization
Code Course Title Units
FN 600: Theory of Finance 3
FN 602 Financial Institutions 3
FN 603 Advanced Public Finance 3
FN 604 Monetary Theory and Policies 3
FN 605 International Business Finance 3
FN 606 Advanced Corporate Finance 3
FN 607 Financial Planning 3
FN 608 Cost-Benefits Analysis 3

iii) Human Resources Specialization
Code Course Title Units
HR 601 Labour Economics 3
HR 602 Labour Law 3
HR 603 Manpower Planning and Development 3
HR 604 Collective Bargaining 3
HR 605 Social Psychology of Industry 3
HR 606 Industrial Relations 3
HR 607 Management Training Techniques Seminar 3


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iv) Marketing Specialization
Code Course Title Units
MK 601 Pricing Theory and Practice 3
MK 602 Marketing Distribution Systems 3
MK 603 Consumer Behavior 3
MK 604 Marketing Planning and Forecasting 3
MK 605 Sales Management 3
MK 606 Marketing Research 3
MK 607 Marketing Communication 3
MK 608 International Marketing 3
MK 609 Industrial Marketing 3
MK 610 Services marketing 3


v) Production Management/Management Science Specialization
Code Course Title Units
PN 601 Designing of Production Facilities 3
PN 602 Inventory Management 3
PN 603 Production Planning and Scheduling 3
PN 604 Production Decisions, Research and
Development
3
PN 605 Special Operations Research Topics 3
PN 606 Production Workforce Management 3
PN 607 Industrial Organization and Management 3
PN 608 Maintenance Systems and Policies 3
MS 608 Advanced Information Management 3


Trimeter 6:
Code Course Title Units
MS 699 Dissertation 18

Code Course Title Units
Total Units for MBA Evening 72


Duration
The programme commences in July each year and is run for 27 months (24 months for
coursework 3 months for dissertation).

Admission Requirements
A first or second class honours degree of the University of Dar es Salaam or its
equivalent from another approved university or institute of higher learning
institution;
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Applicants with a pass degree may be considered if:
a) they have at least 5 years working experience after graduation, and
b) they have evidence of post graduation training lasting at least 6 months.
OR
An advanced diploma from an accredited higher learning institution with a minimum
upper second class PLUS a postgraduate diploma;
OR
Recognized professional qualification such as ACCA, CA, CPA, CSP, CPSP, CIB, MCIM,
CMA, etc.

Fee Structure
Fees are subject to review from time to time. Please contact the office of the Associate
Dean for Postgraduate Studies for a copy of the current fee structure.

Programme Evaluation and Examination
a) Evaluation
Each subject is evaluated by:
i. Continuous assessment of coursework that carries 50% of the final marks.
ii. Examination at the end of each semester, for 50% of the final marks.
iii. The pass marks of each examinable course is a B (50%).

b) Other Regulations

i. A candidate with a GPA of less than 2.7 in an academic year shall be
deemed to have failed completely and will be discontinued.
ii. A candidate failing in any number of courses in an academic year and who
has a GPA of not less than 2.7 shall be deemed to have marginally failed
and will be allowed to supplement the failed course(s).
iii. The passing grade for a supplementary examination shall be a B
regardless of the marks obtained
iv. Candidates who fail supplementary examinations (i.e. scoring less than a
B) shall be allowed to carry over the course(s) provided that a course
can only be carried over once.
v. A candidate who fails a carried over course shall be discontinued.
vi. Candidates who fail the coursework shall not be allowed to proceed for
research work leading to the writing of a dissertation.

Degree Award
The MBA degree shall not be awarded until both the course work and the dissertation
have been satisfactorily completed, graded and the candidate has passed all of them.


C. MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (EXECUTIVE)
This is a flexible MBA programme that is offered on a modular basis. It is a flexible
programme that so designed in order to suit working executives who wish to combine
work and study. Because it is modular programme offered on a full time basis when the
classes are in sessions, it can accommodate even students who are based out of Dar es


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Salaam, including those based in foreign countries. They just have to arrange for their
presence during the Modules when the classes are in session.

Target group
The target group for the programme is working individuals who can not afford to attend
either the full time or the evening MBA programmes either because of their tight work
schedules or because they reside out of Dar es Salaam.

Programme Structure and Delivery Mode
The programme is divided into 8 modules. A module comprises of 3 courses each of
which is run for 5 days (4 days for lectures and one day for revision and a test). Each
module lasts for 18 working days (excluding Sundays). In between the modules,
students break for two months while undertaking practical assignments. The 8
th
module
is set for dissertation writing (research work).

To complete the programme, a student is required to take and pass a minimum of 21
courses (18 core and 3 optional) and write a dissertation under the supervision of an
academic staff for a total 0f 81 units. A student is required to take 3 courses per module.


Course Mapping for the Executive MBA Programme:
Module I
Code Course Title Units
MS 612 Business Environment 3
MS 603 IT and Business Computing 3
MS 601 Organizational Behaviour 3

Module II
Code Course Title Units
AC 600 Financial and Managerial Accounting 3
MS 610 Management Theory and Practice 3
MS 600 Quantitative Methods I (Statistical Analysis) 3

Module III
Code Course Title Units
MS 602 Managerial Economics 3
FN 601 Financial Management 3
MS 606 Quantitative Methods II (Operations Research) 3

Module IV
Code Course Title Units
MS 605 Management Information Systems 3
MS 604 Business Research Methods 3
MK 600 Marketing Management 3


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Module V
Code Course Title Units
HR 600 Human Resource Management 3
MK 608 International Business Management 3
MS 609 Business Law and Ethics 3

Module VI
Code Course Title Units
MK 611 Business Planning and Entrepreneurship 3
MS 607 Strategic Management 3
PN 600 Operations Management 3


Specialization Courses in Accounting, Finance, Human Resouces, Marketing and
Production Management
Module VII
i) Accounting Specialization
Code Course Title Units
AC 601 Accounting Theory 3
AC 602 Management Control Systems 3
AC 603 Auditing 3
AC 604 Taxation Theory and Practice 3
AC 605 Advanced Cost Accounting 3
AC 606 Advanced Financial Accounting 3
AC 607 Public Sector Accounting 3
AC 608 Financial Statement Analysis 3
AC 609 International Financial Accounting 3
AC 610 Managerial Accounting in Multinational
Corporations
3

ii) Finance Specialization
Code Course Title Units
FN 600 Theory of Finance 3
FN 602 Financial Institutions 3
FN 603 Advanced Public Finance 3
FN 604 Monetary Theory and Policies 3
FN 605 International Business Finance 3
FN 606 Advanced Corporate Finance 3
FN 607 Financial Planning 3
FN 608 Cost-Benefits Analysis 3

iii) Human Resources Specialization
Code Course Title Units
HR 601 Labour Economics 3
HR 602 Labour Law 3
HR 603 Manpower Planning and Development 3


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HR 604 Collective Bargaining 3
HR 605 Social Psychology of Industry 3
HR 606 Industrial Relations 3
HR 607 Management Training Techniques Seminar 3


iv) Marketing Specialization
Code Course Title Units
MK 601 Pricing Theory and Practice 3
MK 602 Marketing Distribution Systems 3
MK 603 Consumer Behavior 3
MK 604 Marketing Planning and Forecasting 3
MK 605 Sales Management 3
MK 606 Marketing Research 3
MK 607 Marketing Communication 3
MK 608 International Marketing 3
MK 609 Industrial Marketing 3
MK 610 Marketing of Services 3


v) Production Management/Management Science Specialization
Code Course Title Units
PN 601 Designing of Production Facilities 3
PN 602 Inventory Management 3
PN 603 Production Planning and Scheduling 3
PN 604 Production Decisions, Research and
Development
3
PN 605 Special Operations Research Topics 3
PN 606 Production Workforce Management 3
PN 607 Industrial Organization and Management 3
PN 608 Maintenance Systems and Policies 3
MS 608 Advanced Information Management 3


Module VIII
Code Course Title Units
MS 699 Dissertation 18
Total Units for MBA Executive 81

Duration
The programme commences in September each year and is run for 24 months (21
months for coursework 3 months for dissertation).

Admission Requirements
1. A first or second class honours degree of the University of Dar es Salaam or its
equivalent from an approved university or higher learning institution plus three
years of experience as a manager or entrepreneur;


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OR
2. Applicants with a pass degree may be considered if:
c) they have at least 5 years working experience after graduation, and
d) they have evidence of post graduation training lasting for at least 6 months.
OR
3. An advanced diploma from an accredited higher learning institution with a
minimum of upper second class PLUS a postgraduate diploma and at least three
years of experience as a manager or entrepreneur;
OR
4. Recognized professional qualification such as ACCA, CA, CPA, CSP, CPSP, CIB,
MCIM, CMA plus at least three years of working experience as a manager or
entrepreneur.

Duration
The programme is run for 27 months (24 months for coursework and 3 months for
dissertation).

Fee Structure
Fees are subject to review from time to time. Please contact the office of the Associate
Dean, Postgraduate Studies for a copy of the current fee structure.

Programme Evaluation and Examination
a) Evaluation
Each subject is evaluated by:
i. Continuous assessment of coursework that carries 60% of the final marks.
ii. Final examination for each Modular course carries 40% of the final marks.
iii. The pass marks of each examinable course is a B (50%).

b) Other Regulations

i. A candidate with a GPA of less than 2.7 in an academic year shall be
deemed to have failed completely and will be discontinued.
ii. A candidate failing in any number of courses in an academic year and who
has a GPA of not less than 2.7 shall be deemed to have marginally failed
and will be allowed to supplement the failed course(s).
iii. The passing grade for a supplementary examination shall be a B
regardless of the marks obtained
iv. Candidates who fail supplementary examinations (i.e. scoring less than a
B) shall be allowed to carry over the course(s) provided that a course
can only be carried over once.
v. A candidate who fails a carried over course shall be discontinued.
vi. Candidates who fail the coursework shall not be allowed to proceed for
research work leading to the writing of a dissertation.


Degree Award
The MBA degree shall not be awarded until both the course work and the dissertation
have been satisfactorily completed, graded and the candidate has passed all of them.


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II) MASTER OF ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND ENTERPRISE DEVELOPMENT
(MEED)

Introduction
Most government and other actors at the local and central level lack the capacity to enact
and sustain a favourable business environment. Capacity shortfalls exist in the areas of
policy analysis, review, coordination, monitoring and evaluation; design of
interventions; vision, leadership and ownership of the enterprise development and
implementation of relevant specific agenda; appreciation of the value of dialogue; and
advocacy. The UDBS has recognized this gap and designed the MEED programme to
build the capacity of Tanzanins as change agents to address the above mentioned
shortfalls within our economy.

Objective
The objective of the MEED programme is to contribute to the growth and
competitiveness of the private and public sectors through building capacity for
institutional reform and development. The intention is to develop high-level
competencies for enacting an enabling environment for development of
entrepreneurship, small enterprises and the private sector in general. The programme
develops pertinent theoretical, analytical and practical skills required for change agents
in this area.
Target group
The target groups for the programme are individuals who are involved in influencing,
developing, implementing, monitoring or evaluating reforms in the area of small
business, entrepreneurship or private sector development in Africa. They include
people working in central government, local government, government agencies, non-
governmental enterprises (NGOs), the private sector, civil society, etc.

Structure and Mode of Delivery

The programme has 14 courses of 36 hours each and runs on modular basis, having 5
modules of 3 weeks each and a project. For about two months, in between the modules,
students undertake practical assignments.


Course Mapping for the MEED Programme:
Module I
Code Course Title Units
ENT 600 Entrepreneurship and Small Business: Context
and Process
3
ENT 606 Enterprise Development 3

Module II
Code Course Title Units
ENT 601 Regulatory Framework 3
ENT 602 Governance 3
ENT 603 Policy Analysis Development and 3


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Implementation

Module III
Code Course Title Units
ENT 604 Policy Research Methodology 3
ENT 605 Formalization 3
MG 636 Technology Transfer and Innovation 3

Module IV
Code Course Title Units
ENT 608 Non-Financial Business Development Services
(BDS)
3
EFN 600 Small Business Finance 3
EMK 600 International Trade and E-Commerce 3

Module V
Code Course Title Units
ENT 609 Change Management 3
ENT 610 Communication Skills for Policy Makers 3
ENT 611 Monitoring and Evaluation of Reforms 3

Module VI
Code Course Title Units
ENT 699 Final Project 9

Total Units for MEED 51


Duration
The programme commences in April each year and runs for 15 months (12 months for
coursework 3 months for writing the final project).

Admission Requirements
First or second class honours degree from the University of Dar es Salaam or its
equivalent from a recognized university; OR
Applicants with a pass degree may be considered if:
(a) They have at least 5 years working experience after graduation, and
(b) They have evidence of post graduation training lasting for at least 6
months.
A Postgraduate Diploma in Entrepreneurship and Enterprise Development
(PGDEED) from the University of Dar es Salaam; OR
Advanced Diploma from an accredited higher learning institution with a
minimum second class upper division plus a Postgraduate Diploma; OR
A recognized professional qualification in business (e.g. ACCA, CA, CPA, CSP, CPSP,
CIB, MCIM, CMA) with acceptable minimum secondary education.




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AND

At least two years experience at middle or senior position in a job related to
enterprise development.

Duration
The programme runs for 18 months (15 months for coursework and 3 months for the
final project).

Fees
Fees are subject to review from time to time. Please contact the Programme Manager for
a copy of the current fee structure.

Programme Evaluation and Examination
a) Evaluation
Each subject is evaluated by:
i. Continuous assessment of coursework that carries 50% of the final marks.
ii. Examination at the end of each semester, for 50% of the final marks.
iii. The pass marks of each examinable course is a B (50%).

b) Other Regulations
i. A candidate with a GPA of less than 2.7 in an academic year shall be
deemed to have failed completely and will be discontinued.
ii. A candidate failing in any number of courses in an academic year and who
has a GPA of not less than 2.7 shall be deemed to have marginally failed
and will be allowed to supplement the failed course(s).
iii. The passing grade for a supplementary examination shall be a B
regardless of the marks obtained
iv. Candidates who fail supplementary examinations (i.e. scoring less than a
B) shall be allowed to carry over the course(s) provided that a course
can only be carried over once.
v. A candidate who fails a carried over course shall be discontinued.
vi. Candidates who fail the coursework shall not be allowed to proceed for
research work leading to the writing of a final project.


Degree Award
The MEED degree shall not be awarded until both the course work and the project have
been satisfactorily completed, graded and the candidate has passed all of them.



III) MASTER OF INTERNATIONAL TRADE (MIT)
The MIT degree programme gives the students a balanced blend of macro and micro
courses that are necessary to enable them to appreciate the linkages between macro
policy issues related to trade management and micro strategic issues related to business
management in view of increased international business interactions. In this regard, the


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MIT is a postgraduate degree programme designed to create world-class trade policy
and business managers, who can serve the real needs of governments, businesses, and
other institutions that pursue a trade and international business agenda.

Target group
The targeted beneficiaries of the MIT programme are:
(a) The public sector. This group comprises the state sectors, including central and
local governments, government agencies and authorities. Others are various public
and semi-public institutions (Universities, Colleges, Institutes, etc.).
(b) The non-public sector. This group comprises non-state actors, including private
sectors, and civil society in its various forms of manifestation.

Structure and Delivery Mode
The MIT programme builds on a series of interactive lecture-cum-seminars and is
delivered on a Modular basis. The theoretical part is augmented by carefully designed
practical work that builds on real and simulated practical environment (i.e.,
Internship/practicum associated with the preparation of two trade papers, a group
tarade negotiation simulation exercise, and a dissertation) for a total of 81 units.

Course Mapping for the MIT Programme:
Module I:
Code Course Title Units
TX 621 International Economics 3
IB 612 International Business Environment 3
TL 607 Legal Aspects of International Trade and
Investment
3

Module II: International Trade Colloquim I
Code Course Title Units
TX 602 Trade, Economic Growth, Competitiveness and
Welfare
3
TX 604 GATT/WTO Agreements and Multilateral
Trading System
3
TX 605 Integration Economics and Regional Trading
Systems
3
TX 601 Modeling for Trade Policy Analysis 3

Module III: International Trade Colloquim II
Code Course Title Units
TX 606 Trade Theory, Trade Policy and Market Access 3
TX 607 Economics of Commodity Market 3
TX 608 Trade in Services 3

Module IV: International Trade Colloquim III
Code Course Title Units
TX 609 Trade and Business Negotiations Theory,
Practice and Management
3


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TX 610 Investments in Emerging Markets 3

And One of the following:
Code Course Title Units
TX 611 Strategic International Marketing for the
International Trading System
3
TL 612 International Aspects of Intellectual Property
Rights
3

International Trade Colloquim IV
Code Course Title Units
TX 613 Trade Paper I 6
TX 614 Trade Paper II 6
TX 615 Trade Negotiation Simulation Project 12


Code Course Title Units
TX 699 Dissertation 18
Total Units for MIT 81


Duration
The programme commences in January each year and runs for 18 months (15 months
for coursework 3 months for dissertationt).

Admission Requirements

(a) First or second class undergraduate degree of the University of Dar es Salaam, or
its equivalent from another approved University or higher learning institution;
(b) Applicants with an undergraduate pass degree may be considered if:
(i) They have at least a 5 years working experience after graduation;
(ii) They have evidence of postgraduate training lasting at least 6 months
OR
(c) Advanced Diploma from an accredited institution of higher learning, with a
minimum of Upper Second class division; PLUS, a Postgraduate Diploma.
OR
(d) A recognized professional qualification in business (e.g. ACCA, CA, CPA, CSP, CIB,
MCIM, CMA) with acceptable minimum secondary education.
AND
At least three years working experience

Fee Structure
Fees are subject to review from time to time. Please contact the Office of the Associate
Dean for Postgraduate Studies for a copy of the current fee structure.

Programme Evaluation and Examination
a) Evaluation


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Each subject is evaluated by:
i. Continuous assessment of coursework that carries 50% of the final marks.
ii. Examination at the end of each semester, for 50% of the final marks.
iii. The pass marks of each examinable course is a B (50%).

b) Other Regulations

i. A candidate with a GPA of less than 2.7 in an academic year shall be
deemed to have failed completely and will be discontinued.
ii. A candidate failing in any number of courses in an academic year and who
has a GPA of not less than 2.7 shall be deemed to have marginally failed
and will be allowed to supplement the failed course(s).
iii. The passing grade for a supplementary examination shall be a B
regardless of the marks obtained
iv. Candidates who fail supplementary examinations (i.e. scoring less than a
B) shall be allowed to carry over the course(s) provided that a course
can only be carried over once.
v. A candidate who fails a carried over course shall be discontinued.
vi. Candidates who fail the coursework shall not be allowed to proceed for
research work leading to the writing of a dissertation.

Degree Award
The MIT degree shall not be awarded until both the course work and the dissertation
have been satisfactorily completed, graded and the candidate has passed all of them.


IV) MASTER OF INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS (MIB)
The Masters of International Business (MIB) degree programme is designed to provide
students with the knowledge and analytical capabilities to allow them to take a
leadership role in international business. The program focuses on the essential
knowledge, skills, and management techniques required by managers in different
sectors to work in international organizations and environments. The MIB degree
program is designed to acquaint students with contemporary knowledge and skills in
business disciplines while focusing on international arena.

Target group
The targeted beneficiaries of the programme are all stakeholders in the countrys
economy. The three main groups of beneficiaries are:
(a) The private sector: private universities, colleges, multinationals, export oriented
companies etc.
(b) The public sector: Central government, local governments, government agencies
and authorities, universities, government institutes and colleges.
(c) The Civil society: Local and International NGOs, trade associations, etc.

Structure and Delivery Mode
The MIB programme builds on a series of interactive lecture-cum-seminars and is
delivered on a Modular basis. The theoretical part is augmented by carefully designed
practical work that builds on real and simulated practical environment (i.e.,


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Internship/practicum associated with the preparation of two business papers, a group
business negotiation simulation exercise, and a dissertation) for a total of 78 units.

Course Mapping for the MIB Programme:

Module I:
Code Course Title Units
TX 621 International Economics 3
IB 612 International Business Environment 3
TL 607 Legal Aspects of International Trade and
Investment
3

Module II: International Business Forum I
Code Course Title Units
TX 602 Trade, Economic Growth, Competitiveness and
Welfare
3
FN 605 International Business Finance 3
IB 607 Research Methods for International Business 3


Module III: International Business Forum II
Code Course Title Units
IB 608 International Management 3
IB 609 Competition Law and Policy 3
IB 610 International Marketing Strategies 3

Two Compulsory
Code Course Title Units
TX 609 Trade and Business Negotiations Theory,
Practice and Management
3
IB 611 International Logistics and Supply Chain
Management
3

One Elective Course
Code Course Title Units
IB 613 E-business 3
TX 610 Investments in Emerging Markets 3
IB 614 International Entrepreneurship 3
IB 618 International Marketing Research 3

Module IV: International Business Forum III
Code Course Title Units
IB 615 Business Paper I 6
IB 616 Business Paper II 6
IB 617 Business Negotiation Simulation Project 12

IB 699 Dissertation 18


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Total Units for MIB 78

Duration
The programme commences in January each year and runs for 18 months (15 months
for coursework 3 months for dissertationt).

Admission Requirements
(a) First or second class undergraduate degree of the University of Dar es Salaam, or
its equivalent from another approved University or higher learning institution;
(b) Applicants with an undergraduate pass degree may be considered if:
(i) They have at least a 5 years working experience after graduation;
(ii) They have evidence of postgraduate training lasting at least 6 months
OR
(c) Advanced Diploma from an accredited institution of higher learning, with a
minimum of Upper Second class division; PLUS, a Postgraduate Diploma.
OR
(d) A recognized professional qualification in business (e.g. ACCA, CA, CPA, CSP,
CIB, MCIM, CMA) with acceptable minimum secondary education.
AND
At least three years working experience

Fee Structure
Fees are subject to review from time to time. Please contact the Office of the Associate
Dean for Postgraduate Studies for a copy of the current fee structure.
Programme Evaluation and Examination
a) Evaluation
Each subject is evaluated by:
i. Continuous assessment of coursework that carries 50% of the final marks.
ii. Examination at the end of each semester, for 50% of the final marks.
iii. The pass marks of each examinable course is a B (50%).

(ii) Other Regulations
i. A candidate with a GPA of less than 2.7 in an academic year shall be deemed
to have failed completely and will be discontinued.
ii. A candidate failing in any number of courses in an academic year and who
has a GPA of not less than 2.7 shall be deemed to have marginally failed and
will be allowed to supplement the failed course(s).
iii. The passing grade for a supplementary examination shall be a B regardless
of the marks obtained
iv. Candidates who fail supplementary examinations (i.e. scoring less than a B)
shall be allowed to carry over the course(s) provided that a course can only
be carried over once.
v. A candidate who fails a carried over course shall be discontinued.
vi. Candidates who fail the coursework shall not be allowed to proceed for
research work leading to the writing of a final project.





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Degree Award
The MIB degree shall not be awarded until both the course work and the dissertation
have been satisfactorily completed, graded and the candidate has passed all of them.


V) MASTER OF SCIENCE IN INTERNATIONAL TRANSPORT AND LOGISTICS
This is a collaborative degree programme between the University of Dar es Salaam
Business School, Molde University in Norway and the Arab Academy in Alexandria,
Egypt. Its main objective is to train high level manpower in the areas of logistics and
transport management in East, Central and Southern Africa.

Target group
The target group for the programme are people working in all areas of management,
business, engineering, economic and science.

Structure and Delivery Mode
The curriculum for the four semesters comprises the following:

Course Mapping for the Master of Science in International Transport and Logistics
Programme:
Module 1: Core Courses (Compulsory)
Code Course Title Units
IM 620 Business Logistics Management 3
MS 602 Managerial Economics 3
MS 607 Strategic Management 3
IM 621 Applied Statistics 3
AC 600 Financial and Managerial Accounting 3

Module 2: Core Course (Compulsory)
Code Course Title Units
IM 622 Logistics Information Systems 3
IM 624 Supply Chain Management 3
IM 623 Total Quality Management 3
MS 606 Quantitative Business Analysis 3


Module 3: Three Core Courses for both tracks (Compulsory)
Code Course Title Units
IM 640 International Trade and Business Logistics 3
IM 625 Operations Management in Logistics 3
FN 622 Investment Analysis 3

Electives for Business Track (two courses from the following)
Code Course Title Units
IM 628 Distribution Logistics Management 3
IM 629 Public Procurement Management 3
IM 630 Inventory Management 3


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IM 638 International Transport Insurance 3
IM 639 Laws and Regulations in Supply Chain
Management
3
TR 651 Transport Economics 3
TR 656 International Transport Management 3

Electives for Transport Track (two courses from the following)
Code Course Title Units
TR 634 International Transport Law 3
TR 652 Maritime Economics 3
TR 653 Inland Transport Economics and Policies 3
TR 654 Seaports and Terminal Management 3
TR 655 Logistics of Air Transport 3
TR 656 International Transport Management 3

Module 4: 3 Months Field Internship
Code Course Title Units
IM 641 Internship 3

Module 5: One Core Course for both tracks (Compulsory)
Code Course Title Units
MS 604 Business Research Methods 3

Electives for Business Track (three courses from the following provided not taken in
Module 3)
Code Course Title Units
IM 628 Distribution Logistics Management 3
IM 629 Public Procurement Management 3
IM 630 Inventory Management 3
IM 638 International Transport Insurance 3
IM 639 Laws and Regulations in Supply Chain
Management
3
TR 651 Transport Economics 3
TR 656 International Transport Management 3

Electives for Transport Track (three courses from the following provided not taken in
Module 3)
Code Course Title Units
TR 634 International Transport Law 3
TR 652 Maritime Economics 3
TR 653 Inland Transport Economics and Policies 3
TR 654 Seaports and Terminal Management 3
TR 655 Logistics of Air Transport 3
TR 656 International Transport Management 3





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Modules 6 and 7
Code Course Title Units
IM 699 Dissertation 15
Total 72


Admission Requirements
To qualify for admission, applicants must be:
1. Holders of a first or second class honors degree of the University of Dar es salaam or
its equivalent from another recognized University in areas related to business,
mathematical related degrees logistics and natural sciences OR
2. Candidates with a pass degree in relevant areas may be considered if they have at
least 5 years working experience after graduation, and they have evidence of post
graduate training lasting at least 6 months OR
3. Holders of an Upper Second Advanced Diploma from an accredited higher learning
institution PLUS a Postgraduate Diploma OR
4. Candidates have a recognized professional qualification such as ACCA, CA, CPA, CSP,
CIB, MCIM, CMA
And
5. A two (2) years working experience in the transport and logistics management field.
Special consideration may be given for those working in academic or training
institutions who do not have the requisite 2 years experience
Fee structure
Fees are subject to review from time to time. Please contact the Office of the Associate
Dean for Postgraduate Studies for a copy of the current fee structure.



POSTGRADUATE DIPLOMA PROGRAMMES OFFERED BY UDBS
The following postgraduate diplomas are offered by the University of Dar es Salaam
Business School (UDBS):

POSTGRADUATE DIPLOMA IN MICROFINANCE (PGDMF)

Introduction
Most of the people involved in micro-finance activities in Africa have not had the
opportunity to formally acquire the skills required to perform effectively in their job.

Objective
The overall objective of the programme is to contribute to the growth and efficiency of
the microfinance industry through human capacity building. The course develops all
basic skills (credit management, strategic and business planning, fund-raising,
marketing, accounting, finance, human resources management, ICT, etc) necessary for
effective performance of micro-finance practitioners.
Target group
The main market for PGDMF programme is the growing microfinance industry. This
includes public and private sector organisations concerned with micro-finance policy,


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programme design, consulting, training as well as delivery. The target clients are
potential and existing practitioners in the industry.



Structure and Mode of Delivery
The programme has 12 courses of 36 hours each. It runs on Fridays evening (5.00 p.m to
8.00 p.m), Saturdays and Sundays (8.00 a.m to 5.00 p.m) in order to accommodate
working individuals.

Admission Requirements
Applicants must have at least an Advanced Diploma, a Professional qualification such as
ACCA, CA, CPA, CSP, CIB, MCIM, CMA, ADB etc. or a Bachelors Degree in any field of study
plus at least 2 years experience (after graduation) in the Microfinance industry. Those
who have no experience are required to seek attachment to microfinance institutions
prior to acquiring admission into the programme.

Duration
The programme runs for 15 months (12 months for coursework and 3 months for the
final project).

Fees
Fees are subject to review from time to time. Please contact the Programme Manager for
a copy of the current fee structure.

Courses Offered

Module I
Code Course Title Units
EFN 502 Introduction to Microfinance 3
EFN 503 Client Recruitment and Training 3
EFN 504 Loan Appraisal, Disbursement and Delinquency
management
3
Module II
Code Course Title Units
EMK 501 Marketing management 3
EMS 500 MIS.IT Development and Maintenance 3
EMK 503 Networking, Communication and Customer care 3

Module III
Code Course Title Units
EAC 502 Financial Accounting 3
HER 500 Human Resource Management 3
EMK 502 Marketing Research 3





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Module IV
Code Course Title Units
EFN 505 Financial Management 3
ENT 508 Planning and Resource Mobilization 3
HER 502 Leadership and Governance 3

Code Course Title Units
EFN 599 Final Project 9

Total 45

POSTGRADUATE DIPLOMA IN ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND ENTERPRISE
DEVELOPMENT (PGDEED)

Introduction
Training, counseling and consultancy products that develop entrepreneurship are a key
requirement in the Business Development Services (BDS) industry but the capacity for
delivery in many African countries is extremely limited.

Objective
The objective of the PGDEED programme is to enhance the capacity of business
development services (BDS) practitioners to provide high standards of effective support
for enterprise development. BDS practitioners are ideally multi-skilled in the fields of:
facilitating learning groups, counseling individuals and consulting on specific problems.

Target group
The target clients are potential and existing practitioners engaged in the management
and delivery of business training, consultancy and counseling to SMEs. These include
employees in public and private sector organisations as well as individual practitioners
in Africa.

Structure and Mode of Delivery
The programme has 12 courses of 36 hours each and runs on modular basis having 4
modules of 3 weeks each and a project. In between the modules, students undertake
practical assignments.

Specific practitioner knowledge areas are: learning processes and methods, training
methods, entrepreneurship behaviour and decision processes, the business counseling
process, business problem analysis and basic relevant management skills, such as
accounting, finance, marketing, human resources management in the context of small
firms.

Given that small business owner-managers do not specialize by function, learners must
develop integrated knowledge of business, rather than specialized knowledge of
functional areas.

In order to develop the targeted competencies, the following courses are offered:


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Module I
Code Course Title Units
ENT 501 Theories of Entrepreneurship 3
ENT 500 The Environment for Business Development in
Tanzania
3
ENT 502 Project Formulation (with a project) 3

Module II
Code Course Title Units
ENT 505 Entrepreneurship Education and Training 3
ENK 500 Marketing for Small Business 3
ENT 506 Design and Management of Entrepreneurship
Development Programmes
3

Module III
Code Course Title Units
EAC 500 Accounting for Small Business 3
EFN 500 Financial Management for Small Business 3
ENT 504 Consulting Skills (with a project) 3

Module IV
Code Course Title Units
ENT 508 Business Diagnosis and Counseling 3
ENT 507 Business Planning (with project) 3
ENT 509 Project Management, Monitoring and Evaluation 3

Code Course Title Units
ENT 599 Final Project 9

Total 45

Admission Requirements
Applicant must have at least an Advanced Diploma, a Professional qualification such as
ACCA, CA, CPA, CSP, CIB, MCIM, CMA, ADB etc or a Bachelors Degree in any field of study
plus at least 2 years work experience.

Duration
The programme runs for 18 months (15 months for coursework and 3 months for the
final project).

Fees
Fees are subject to review from time to time. Please contact the Programme Manager for
a copy of the current fee structure.





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Application Forms
Application forms can be obtained from the Director of Postgraduate Studies (Address
given below). Alternatively you can download a pdf file of the application form from the
UDBS website at http://www.udbs.udsm.ac.tz



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UNIVERSITY OF DAR ES SALAAM SCHOOL OF EDUCATION

The School of Education offers courses for secondary school teachers and other
professional education personnel. The School of Education comprises the Departments
of Educational Foundations, Management, and Lifelong Learning (EFMLL), Educational
Psychology and Curriculum Studies (EPCS) and Physical Education Sport Sciences
(PESS) unit as well as the Center for Educational Research and Professional
Development (CERPD).

POSTGRADUATE PROGRAMMES OFFERED BY THE SCHOOL OF EDUCATION
S/N Programme Mode Duration
1 Postgraduate Diploma in Education
(PGDE)
Regular & Online 12 months
2 Master of Arts in Education (M.A.
Education)
Coursework and
Dissertation
18 months
3 Master of Arts in Applied Social
Psychology (MAASP)
Coursework and
Dissertation
24 months
4 Master of Education (Science
Education) (M.Ed Science Education)
Coursework and
Dissertation
18 months
5 Master of Educational Management and
Administration (MEMA)
Coursework and
Dissertation
18 months
6 Master of Arts in Education By Thesis 24 months
7 Master of Arts in Education Evening 24 months
8 Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) By Thesis 36 months

MASTER OF ARTS IN EDUCATION (M.A. ED) FULL TIME
Structure and Duration
Course work and Dissertation
The students are expected to complete the programme in 18 Months. The entire
programme requires a student to take a maximum of 48 units.
Four (4) compulsory courses, each with six (6) units, totaling 24 units
Two (2) optional courses, each with six (6) units, totaling 12 units
Dissertation with 12 units.

Table 1: Core Courses
Code Course Title Units
FE 600 Research Methods in Education 6
EA 601 Policy Planning and Administration 6
CT 600 Curriculum & Teaching 6
EF 601 Comparative Education 6
FE 699 Dissertation 12
Total 36
Elective/Option Courses
Each candidate will be required to select two courses from the list indicated in Table 2


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Table 2: Electives/Option Courses
Code Course Title Units
EA 602 Management of Educational Institutions and
Projects
6
EP 602 Social Psychology 6
EP 603 Psychology of Child Development 6
EA 603 Educational Planning and Financing 6
CT 607 Advanced Curriculum Development 6
PE 601 Youth and Sports Development 6
AE 600 Adult Learning 6
EP 609 Career and Occupational Psychology 6
PE 602 Sports Economics and Marketing 6
EP 604 Theories of Teaching and Learning 6

Assessment/Evaluation
Continuous assessment (CA) and a final University Examination (UE)
Course work 50%
Final Examination- 50%
Dissertation- Graded


MASTER OF ARTS IN EDUCATION (M.A.ED.) EVENING
Structure and Duration
Course work and Dissertation. The students are expected to complete the programme in
24 Months. The entire programme requires a student to take a maximum of 48 units.
Four (4) compulsory courses, each with six (6) units, totalling 24 units
Two (2) optional courses, each with six (6) units, totalling 12 units
Dissertation with 12 units.

Table 1: Core Courses
Code Course Title Units
FE 600 Research Methods in Education 6
EA 601 Policy Planning and Administration 6
CT 600 Curriculum & Teaching 6
EF 601 Comparative Education 6
FE 699 Dissertation 12
Total 36
Elective/Option Courses

Each candidate will be required to select two courses from the list indicated in Table 2


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Table 2: Electives/Option Courses
Code Course Title Units
EA 602 Management of Educational Institutions and
Projects
6
EP 602 Social Psychology 6
EP 603 Psychology of Child Development 6
EA 603 Educational Planning and Financing 6
CT 607 Advanced Curriculum Development 6
PE 601 Youth and Sports Development 6
AE 600 Adult Learning 6
EP 609 Career and Occupational Psychology 6
PE 602 Sports Economics and Marketing 6
EP 604 Theories of Teaching and Learning 6
AE 602 Human Rights Education 6

Assessment/Evaluation
Continuous assessment (CA) and a final University Examination (UE)
Course work 50%
Final Examination- 50%
Dissertation- Graded


MASTER OF EDUCATIONAL MANAGEMENT AND ADMINISTRATION (MEMA)
Structure and Duration
Course work and Dissertation. The students are expected to complete the programme in
18 Months. The entire programme requires a student to take a maximum of 48 units.

Courses Structure
Each candidate will be required to take 4 core courses and write a dissertation as shown
in table 1 below:

Table 1: Core Courses
Code Course Title Units
FE 600 Research Methods in Education 6
EA 604 Educational Policy Making & Policy Analysis 6
EA 606 Economics of Education & Financing 6
EA 607 Management of Education Systems and
Institutions
6
FE 699 Dissertation 12
Total 36

Elective/Option Courses
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Table 2: Electives/Option Courses
Code Course Title Units
EA 608 Quality Assurance & Quality Control in
Education
6
EA 605 Educational Planning, Programme/Project
Design and Evaluation
6
EA 609 The Politics of Education 6
EA 610 Education Management Information System
(EMIS
6
EA 611 Organizational Behaviour in Education 6
EA 612 Legal and Ethical Aspects of Education 6
EA 613 Human Resource Management 6



Assessment/Evaluation
Continuous assessment (CA) and a final University Examination (UE)
Course work 50%
Final Examination- 50%
Dissertation- Graded


MASTER OF ARTS IN APPLIED SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY (M.A. [ASP)
Structure and Duration:
Course work and Dissertation. The students are expected to complete the programme in
24 Months. The entire programme requires a student to take a maximum of 54 units.
Four (4) compulsory courses, each with six (6) units, totalling 24 units
Two (2) optional courses, each with six (6) units, totalling 12 units
Dissertation with 12 units.

Table 1: Core Courses
Code Course Title Units
FE 600 Research Methods in Education 6
EP 602 Social & Personality Psychology 6
EP 605 Introduction to General Psychology 6
EP 606 Community Guidance & Counselling 6
EP 607 Practicum to Counselling 6
FE 699 Dissertation 12
Total 42

Elective/Option Courses
Each candidate will be required to select two courses from the list indicated in Table 2

Table 2: Electives/Option Courses
Code Course Title Units
EP 603 Psychology of Child Development 6
EP 604 Theories of Teaching & Learning 6


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EP 606 Community Psychology & Mental Health 6
EP609 Career and Occupational Psychology 6
EP 610 Introduction to Methods of Studying Human
Behaviour
6
EP 611 Health Behaviours in Young People 6
EP 612 Psychology of Ageing & Quality of Life 6
EP 613 Gender Psychology 6
PE 602 Sports Economics and Marketing 6

Assessment/Evaluation
Continuous assessment (CA) and a final University Examination (UE)
Course work 50%
Final Examination- 50%
Dissertation- Graded


MASTER OF EDUCATION IN SCIENCE EDUCATION (M.ED SCIENCE EDUCATION)

Structure and Duration
Course work and Dissertation
The students are expected to complete the programme in 18 Months. The entire
programme requires a student to take a maximum of 48 units.
Four (4) compulsory courses, each with six (6) units, totalling 24 units
Two (2) optional courses, each with six (6) units, totalling 12 units
Dissertation with 12 units.

Table 1: Core Courses
Code Course Title Units
FE 600 Research Methods in Education 6
CT 600 Curriculum & Teaching 6
CT 601 Curriculum Development in SMT 6
CT 603 Professional Development in SMT 6
FE 699 Dissertation 12
Total 36

Elective/Option Courses
Each candidate will be required to select two courses from the list indicated in Table 2

Table 2: Electives/Option Courses
Code Course Title Units
CT 602 Social Context in SMT 6
CT 604 Assessment of Performance in SMT 6
CT 605 Computer Assisted Learning 6
CT 606 Environmental Education 6





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Assessment/Evaluation
Continuous assessment (CA) and a final University Examination (UE)
Course work 50%
Final Examination- 50%
Dissertation- Graded

POSTGRADUATE DIPLOMA IN EDUCATION (PGDE)
Structure and Duration
Course work and practicum
The students are expected to complete the programme in 12 Months. The entire
programme requires a student to take a maximum of
39 units.
9 (nine) compulsory courses
Two (2) optional courses
Practicum 6 units

Table 1: Core Courses
Code Course Title Units
CT 501 Principles of Curriculum Development and
Teaching
3
EP 500 Introduction to Educational Psychology 3
EF 500 Principles of Education 3
FE 502 Research Methods and Data Analysis 3
CT 509 Classroom Interaction & Research 3
CT 512 Didacts 3
EP 503 Assessment and Evaluation 3
EA 500 Management of Education and School
Administration
3
CT 513 Practicum 6
FE 599 Independent Study 3
Total 33

Table 2: Electives/Option Courses
Code Course Title Units
AE 501 Human Rights Education 3
AE 500 Adult Learning 3
CT 500 Language Education 3
CT 508 Library Education and Information
Management.
3
CT 507 Introduction to Entrepreneurial Education 3
EA 502 Administrative & Organizational Behaviour. 3
EA 501 Human Resources Development in Educational
Organizations.
3
EF 501 Sociology of Education 3
EP 504 Educational Guidance and Counselling 3
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Assessment/Evaluation
Continuous assessment (CA) and a final University Examination (UE)
Course work 50%
Final Examination- 50%


DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY (PhD)
The School of Education offers a PhD degree by research. An applicant to a Ph.D. degree
shall have a Masters degree in Education or its equivalent from a recognized university.
The registration of a candidate for a doctoral degree takes place in two stages. In the
first stage of the registration, a candidate submits a concept paper to the School offering
the degree. The relevant research and postgraduate degree committee assess this and
then the candidate is allocated a supervisor. The supervisory committee advises the
candidate on development of a research proposal detailing the research that the
candidate intends to do. Once the proposal is approved, a candidate is formally assigned
supervisors, and in consultation with them the candidate prepares a refined proposal for
the second stage of the registration. Once the proposal is approved, the candidate is
expected to work closely with the supervisors and must complete the thesis within six
years. Upon successful completion of the thesis and passing the oral examination,
candidates shall be awarded the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy in Education of the
University of Dar es Salaam. Failure to complete within the period may lead to the
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UNIVERSITY OF DAR ES SALAAM SCHOOL OF LAW

The University of Dar es Salaam School of law offers Postgraduate Diplomas, Master and
Ph.D. programmes in Law.

POSTGRADUATE PROGRAMMES OFFERED BY UDSoL
S/N Programme Mode Duration
1 Postgraduate Diploma in Law (PGDL) 12 months
2 Specialised Postgraduate Diploma in Law (SPGDL) 12 months
3 Master of Laws (LL.M.) By Coursework &
Dissertation or By
Thesis
18 -24 months
4 Taught LL.M Full Time 12 months
5 Doctor of Philosophy By Thesis 36 months
6 Masters of Arts in Revenue Law and
Administration
Taught (Evening) 24 months
7 LL.M in Commercial Law and Corporate
Law
Taught Full time 12
months, Evening
24 months
8 LL.M in Taxation Taught Full time 12
months, Evening
24 months
9 LL.M in Migration and Refugee Law Taught Full time 12
months, Evening
24 months
10 LL.M in Procedural Law and International
Legal Practice

Taught Full time 12
months, Evening
24 months
11 LL.M in Intellectual Property Law Taught Full time 12
months, Evening
24 months


I. POSTGRADUATE DIPLOMA PROGRAMMES

There are two categories of postgraduate diplomas offered, namely the Postgraduate
Diploma in Law (PGDL) for holders of the LL.B degree, and a Specialized Postgraduate
diploma in Law (SPGDL) for holders of degrees other than Bachelor of Laws (LL.B).
The duration of the programme shall be two semesters involving full time attendance.
The Diploma shall be graded on a pass or fail basis.


Admission Requirements

A. Postgraduate Diploma in Law (PGDL)
To be considered for admission to this Programme, a candidate must be a holder of the
degree of LL.B of the University of Dar es Salaam or an accredited University or has
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B. Specialized Postgraduate Diploma in law (SPGDL)
SPDGL is designed to provide specialized training in specific fields of law to holders of
degrees other than the LL.B. The Primary objective of the SPGDL is to familiarize the
student with the essentials of the law pertinent to ones area of professional work and
responsibilities.

To be considered for admission to this Programme, a candidate must be a holder of a 1
st

degree of the University of Dar es Salaam or an accredited University or has satisfied the
requirements for the award of the degree.

COURSE STRUCTURE AND EXAMINATIONS

Postgraduate Diploma in Law
LW 300 (Jurisprudence) shall be compulsory to a candidate who did not to do that
course at the undergraduate level. A candidate shall be required to select two courses
from the list of courses for the LL.M. Degree or one course from that list and such
number of courses from the undergraduate courses whose total units is not less than 6.
The pass grade for the PGDL shall be B.

A candidate shall be required to write two postgraduate papers for each LL.M course
selected. Where a candidate takes an undergraduate course, regulations relating to
undergraduate courses shall apply provided that the pass grade is B. Where a
candidate fails in one course, he/she may on the recommendation of the School Board be
permitted to re-sit the examination in that course at a supplementary examination.
Where a candidate fails two or more courses he/she shall be discontinued.

Specialised Postgraduate Diploma in Law, SPGDL
LW 703 (Legal Method) and LW 700 (Constitutional Law I) shall be compulsory to all
SPGDL candidates. A candidate shall select a maximum of three (3) optional courses
from the list of the courses approved by the School Board for that academic year,
provided that SPGDL courses shall bear the LW 700 series code. Pass grade shall be
B, but candidates shall be required to complete a minimum of 21 units delivered from
compulsory and optional courses in order to qualify for an award of SPGDL. Examination
for SPGDL shall consist of written examination and coursework.


II. MASTERS PROGRAMMES

A. MASTER OF ARTS IN REVENUE LAW AND ADMINISTRATION (M.A. RLA)

Programme Structure
Uniquely interdisciplinary, the course aims at creating a cadre of leaders equipped with
refined, specialized professional knowledge that would enable them re-position their
respective organizations to meet the demands of todays dynamic global economy.

Objectives of the Programme
General Objectives


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The programme at equipping students with advanced knowledge in revenue law and
administration.

Specific Objectives
The specific objectives of the taught Master of Arts in Revenue Law and Administration
are the following:
Acquainting candidates with knowledge, skills, attitudes and capabilities on taxation,
customs policies and practices.
Enabling candidates make substantive and more effective contribution to tax or customs
administration
Enabling candidates to take an active an active part in tax or customs reforms.
Enabling candidates plan and implement more effective taxation or customs policies and
strategies
Enabling candidates perform new tasks relating to taxation or customs in a globalised
economy.

Duration and Programme Format
The Master of Arts in Revenue Law and Administration will be a full-time, 24 month
programme, combining coursework and a graduate essay. The programme is also
structured to enable candidates to graduate with either the taxation major or the
customs major. A candidate will be required to complete 18 units during the first
semester and 18 units during the second semester as shown in the Table below.

Taxation
Compulsory Courses
Code Course Title Units
LW 701 Tax Policy and Theory 3
LW 704 Laws on Tax Administration 3
LW 705 International Taxation 3
LW 710 Advanced Taxation 3
MRA 600 Revenue Forecasting & Fiscal Analysis 3
PS 601 Research Methods 3
LW719 Graduate Essay 6

Customs
Compulsory Courses
Code Course Title Units
LW 701 Tax Policy and Theory 3
LW 703 Taxes on International Trade 3
LW 704 Laws on Tax Administration 3
LW 712 Private International Trade and Finance Law 3
MRA 601 Customs Management : Theory and Practice 3
PS 601 Research Methods 3
Graduate Essay 6





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Taxation
Elective Courses
Code Course Title Units
LW 702 Income Tax Law 3
LW 706 Indirect Taxes 3
LW 707 Capital Gains and Taxes on Property 3
LW 708 Tax Crimes : Investigations & Prosecutions 3
LW 709 Local Government Taxation 3
MRA 602 Tax Compliance and Risk Management 3

Customs
Elective Courses
Code Course Title Units
LW 702 Income Tax Law 3
LW 706 Indirect Taxes 3
LW 708 Tax Crimes Investigations & Prosecutions 3
LW 709 Local Government Taxation 3
LW 713 Public International Trade Law 3
MRA 602 Tax Compliance and Risk Management 3

Assessment
Coursework shall carry 40% of the overall marks and final examination shall carry 60%.
Coursework should be completed at the end of the 12
th
week and students will do their
final examination thereafter.

B. TAUGHT LL.M
The programme may be taken in one year (full-time) or in two years (part-time), and the
schedule is designed to allow attendance by those in full-time employment. In addition,
to a prescribed list of mandatory, core courses; students are free to choose a
combination of optional courses best suited to their respective professional needs and
personal interests.
The award of the Taught LL.M. degree will only follow, upon successful completion of
examinations in the appropriate number of courses, and a Graduate Essay.


C. TAUGHT LL.M. IN COMMERCIAL AND CORPORATE LAW

Objectives of the Programme
General Objectives
To provide in-depth training on the foundations of the contemporary legal principles
that govern business and corporate transactions in such a way that students will be
exposed to new dimensions of corporate law and be able to continually work in the
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Specific Objectives
To introduce new dimensions of the legal issues on corporate and business
transactions.
To explain the legal and policy implications of bilateral and multilateral trading
framework.
To demonstrate the trends and dynamic nature of the corporate and business
law.

Structure of the Programme
The LL.M in Corporate & Business Law requires the study of taught course Units to a
minimum total value of 30 Units. At least 18 of these course units must be within the
area of corporate and or business law covering the compulsory courses and optional
courses selected from a designated list. All the taught courses offered under the
programme shall be worth 3 Units. The Graduate Essay shall carry 6 units.

Duration of the Programme
The Taught LL.M. in Corporate and Commercial Law is a full-time, evening programme,
running for a minimum of two consecutive semesters. The coursework part of the
programme commences several weeks ahead of the academic year, to ensure that
students graduate in the very year of enrolment.

Core Courses
Code Course Title Units
LW696 Advanced Corporate Law

3
LW 613 Advanced Transactional Law

3
LW 607

Advanced Banking Law 3
LW 694 Economic and Cyber Crime Law

3
LW719 Graduate Essay 6




Elective Courses:
Code Course Title Units
LW697 Specialized Commercial Entities 3
LW610 The Law and Financial Markets 3
LW630 Insurance Law and Technological
Developments
3
LW 615 Competition Law 3
Any other taught LL.M course with advice from
Programme Coordinator
3




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Assessment
Coursework shall carry 40% of the overall marks and final examination shall carry 60%.
Coursework should be completed at the end of the 12th week and students will do their
final examination thereafter as scheduled by the University

D. TAUGHT LL.M. IN TAXATION

Course Objectives
The main objective of this course is to train graduate students on the principles and the
law on income taxation. Students will also acquire complete skills in the understanding
and application of the income tax law and its future developments.

Structure of the Courses
The programme is structured around a total of ten (10) taught courses. These include
seven (7) compulsory courses and six (6) electives, plus a Graduate Essay. Students will
be required to complete 39 units. Of these 39 units, 18 units will be for compulsory
courses, 15 units for elective courses and the remaining 6 units for a Graduate Essay.
Course offering for the Taught LL.M in Taxation will appear as follows:-
Six (6) compulsory courses - 18 units
Five (5) elective courses - 15 units
Graduate Essay - 6 units
Total - 39 units
Each course will be examined separately and passed at the level of B grade aggregated
from the coursework and the final examination. University Examination Regulations
shall apply accordingly.
Duration: The course shall last for 15 weeks

Compulsory Courses
Code Course Title Units
LW 701 Tax Policy and Theory 3
LW 702 Income Tax Law 3
LW 703 Taxes on International Trade 3
LW 704 Laws on Tax Administration 3
LW 705 International Taxation 3
LW 706 Indirect Taxes 3
LW719 Graduate Essay 6

Elective Courses
Code Course Title Units
LW 707 Capital Gains and Taxes on Property 3
LW 708 Tax Crimes: Investigations and Prosecutions 3
LW 709 Local Government Taxation 3
LW 710 Advanced Taxation 3
LW 711 Law of Trusts 3
LW 712 Private International Trade and Finance Law 3
Any other taught LL.M course with advice from
Programme Coordinator
3


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Assessment
Coursework shall carry 40% of the overall marks and final examination shall carry 60%.
Coursework should be completed at the end of the 12th week and students will do their
final examination thereafter as scheduled by the University

E. TAUGHT LL.M. IN MIGRATION AND REFUGEE LAW

Course Objectives
This course aims at exposing students to national regulation of international migration
using the Immigration Act of Tanzania as a framework of analysis. The course will also
examine topical issues in immigration management as well as the impact of treaties and
protocols on population movements of which Tanzania is a member.

Structure of the Courses
Coursework
The Programme consists of six compulsory courses and two electives. The compulsory
courses shall be Citizenship Law (LW 683); Immigration Law (LW 684), Labour
Migration Law (LW 639), Refugee Law (LW 649), Graduate Research Seminar (LW 718),
and the Graduate Essay (LW 719) Elective courses will be selected from specified
courses under the LLM (Public Law) and the LLM (Legal Procedure and Practice)
Programmes. With the approval of the Course Coordinator, students may also pursue up
to two elective courses from the MA in Strategic Studies offered by the Department of
Political Science and Public Administration of the College of Arts and Social Sciences,
University of Dar es Salaam.

Students will be required to complete a minimum of 30 units. Of these units, 24 will be
for compulsory courses, constituted by core courses and the Graduate Essay. The other
06 units will be from optional courses. All courses shall carry three units except the
Graduate Essay which shall carry 09 units.

Thus, course offering for the LLM (Migration and Refugee Law) will appear as follows:
a) 5 Core Taught Courses 15 Units
b) 2 Optional Courses 06 Units
c) Graduate Essay 06 Units
d) Graduate Research seminar 03 Units
Total 30 Units

Each course will be examined separately and passed at the level of B grade aggregated
from the coursework and the final course examination. University Examination
Regulations will apply accordingly.

Duration and Programme Format
The LLM. (Migration and Refugee Law) will be a full-time one year programme,
combining coursework and a graduate essay. The coursework programme will
commence a few months from the official start of the academic year in order to ensure
that students graduate in the year of enrollment. Fuller justification of this approach is in
the Concept Paper for the Taught LLM Programme in the School of Law.


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Core Courses:
Code Course Title Units
LW683 Citizenship Law 3
LW684 Immigration Law (New) 3
LW639 Labour Migration Law 3
LW 649 Refugee Law. 3
LW 719 Graduate Essay 6

Elective Courses:
Code Course Title Units
LW 677 Advanced Civil Procedure 3
LW 678 Advanced Criminal Procedures 3
LW 685 Criminal Procedures and the Protection of
Individual Liberty
3
LW 628 International Human Rights Law 3
LW 656 Constitutional Law 3
LW 670 Administrative Law 3
LW 633 International Humanitarian Law 3
Any other taught LL.M course with approval of
the Programme Coordinator
3

Assessment
Students will be assessed through two complementary methods. The first will be
continuous assess in the form of two seminar presentations on allocated topics and
seminar participation which will account for 40% of the final examination. The second
will be written examination which will account for 60% of the final examination.

F. TAUGHT LL.M. IN PROCEDURAL LAW AND INTERNATIONAL LEGAL
PRACTICE

Objectives of the Programme

General Objectives
The general objectives of the taught LL.M in Procedural Law and International Legal
Practice are to provide trainees with both advanced and specialised knowledge of rules
of practice and procedure of domestic courts, international arbitral tribunals, as well as
regional and global judicial bodies.

Specific Objectives
The specific objectives of the LLM in Procedural Law and International Legal Practice are
the following:
a) To provide advanced training specific procedural issues in criminal trials and
civil litigation
b) To expose students to procedures applicable in proceedings before specialised
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c) To provide trainees with knowledge of the rules, procedures and skills, for
settling commercial disputes before international disputes settlement
mechanisms.
d) To equip trainees with knowledge of rules and procedures followed before
international public law bodies including regional courts, human rights bodies
and international criminal tribunals.

Structure of the Courses

Coursework
The Programme consists of six compulsory courses and two electives. The compulsory
courses are Advanced Civil Procedure (LW 677); Advanced Criminal Procedure (LW
678), International Arbitration Law (LW 720), Procedure and Practice in Judicial Bodies
(LW 689); Graduate Research Seminar (LW 718), and the Graduate Essay (LW 719)

Elective courses will be chosen from the following: Criminal Procedure and the
Protection of Individual Liberty (LW 658), Advanced Law of Evidence (LW 679), and,
Arbitration and Mediation (LW 721), Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) (LW 606)

Students will be required to complete a minimum of 30 units. Of these units, 24 will be
for core courses, the other 06 units for optional courses. All courses shall carry three
units except the graduate essay which shall carry 09 units.

Thus, course offering for the LL.M. in Procedural Law and International Legal Practice
will appear as follows:
a) 5 Core Taught Courses 15 Units
b) 2 Optional Courses 06 Units
c) Graduate Essay 06 Units
d) Graduate Research Seminar 03 Units
Total 30 Units

Each course will be examined separately and passed at the level of B grade aggregated
from the coursework and the final course examination. University Examination
Regulations will apply accordingly.

Duration and Programme Format
The LL.M in Procedural Law and International Legal Practice will be a full-time one year
programme, combining coursework and a graduate essay. The coursework programme
will commence a few months from the official start of the academic year in order to
ensure that students graduate in the year of enrollment. Fuller justification of this
approach is in the Concept Paper for the Taught LL.M Programme in the School of Law.

Core Courses:
Code Course Title Units
LW 677 Advanced Civil Procedure 3
LW 678 Advanced Criminal Procedure 3
LW 606 Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) 3
LW 658 Criminal Procedure and the Protection of 3


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Individual Liberty
LW719 Graduate Essay 6

Elective Courses:
Code Course Title Units
LW 656 Advanced Constitutional 3
LW 670 Advanced Administrative Law 3
LW 633 International Human Rights Law 3
LW 691 Procedure and Practice in International Judicial
Bodies
3
LW 606 Arbitration and Mediation 3
Any other taught LL.M course with advice from
Programme Coordinator
3

Assessment
Coursework shall carry 40% of the overall marks and final examination shall carry 60%.
Coursework should be completed at the end of the 12th week and students will do their
final examination thereafter as scheduled by the University


DEGREE OF DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY

Eligibility for Admission
The following shall be eligible for registration for the degree of Doctor or Philosophy.
A holder of the Master of Laws degree of this University.

A holder of an LL.B. First Class degree of this University and who has initially registered
for the Master of Laws Degree and apply for permission to transfer his registration to
the Ph.D. degree. If the application is approved by the Board of Postgraduate Studies,
his/her registration for Ph.D. shall be retroactive.
A holder of an LL.M. degree or equivalent of another recognized University.

Duration
No candidate may be permitted to submit a thesis for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy
in less than two academic years from the date of registration save with the special
permission of the Senate.

The thesis must be submitted within six years from the date of registration for the
degree though Senate may, on the recommendation of the School Board, extend this
time.

Course Programme
A prospective candidate for the Ph.D. degree is required to submit a research proposal
he/she proposes to pursue and on approval by the School Postgraduate Studies
Committee, the candidate shall proceed with the research. A supervisor will be
appointed by the School to advise the candidate in his/her field of study or research.


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Where required, a candidate may choose any subject from those offered at Master of
Laws level.
A candidate for the degree shall be required to submit a thesis embodying the results of
his/her study at the end of the programme. The Ph.D. by thesis shall be marked on Pass
or Fail basis. General University Rules and Regulations relating to submission of Thesis
shall apply to Ph.D. candidates.

III. DOCTOR OF LAWS
LL.D. is retained as a higher doctorate to be awarded in accordance with rules and
regulations relating to higher doctorates at the University of Dar es Salaam.



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SCHOOL OF JOURNALISM AND MASS COMMUNICATION

The School of Journalism and Mass Communication offers the following postgraduate
programmes:

POSTGRADUATE PROGRAMMES OFFERED BY SJMC
S/N Programme Mode Duration
1. Postgraduate Diploma in Mass
Communication
Coursework and
dissertation
Evening - 24 months
Fulltime 12 months
2. M.A. in Mass Communication Coursework and
dissertation
18 months

POSTGRADUATE DIPLOMA IN MASS COMMUNICATION
The programme is intended to cater for the needs of those individuals either without the
qualifications to join a degree programme or with interest to pursue areas of mass
communication but have not taken a relevant degree programme.

The general objectives of the course:
(a) To provide specialized training in specific fields of Mass Communication.
(b) To enhance competence and skills in specialized areas of Mass Communication,
Journalism, Public Relations and Advertising.
(c) To facilitate possible upgrading for B.A. Mass Communication, B.A. Journalism
and B.A. Public Relations and Advertising degree holders who do not have the
requisite GPA to be admitted into the M.A. programme.

Entry Qualifications
(a) To pursue a postgraduate diploma in Mass Communication, a candidate must
have a good first degree or Masters from a recognized University; OR
(b) Posses an Advanced Diploma in any discipline.

Duration
The Postgraduate Diploma in Mass Communication is offered as a full time and an
evening programme. The full time programme lasts for one academic year whereas; the
evening/part-time programme lasts for duration of two academic years. The evening
programme is suited for candidates who can not manage to undertake full-time studies.

Examination regulations
In addition to general University examination regulations, the following examination
regulations shall apply:

a) Each course shall be subjected to a final examination at the end of the
semester/course.
b) The final examination shall contribute 50% to the final grade of a course and the
continuous assessment shall contribute 50%.
c) A full-time or evening candidate whose overall GPA at the end of semester
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d) A full-time or evening candidate whose overall GPA at the end of a second
semester is 2.7 or above but has failed in one or more courses shall be required to
sit for a supplementary examination in the courses.
e) A candidate who fails in any subject in a supplementary examination shall be
allowed to repeat the failed subject during the semester in which the subject is
offered; no candidate shall be allowed to repeat a failed subject twice.
f) The minimum attainable grade in a supplementary examination shall be B.
g) A candidate who fails any subject in a supplementary examination shall be
allowed to continue to the next semester but shall be required to repeat the failed
subject during the semester in which the subject is offered. No candidate shall be
allowed to repeat a failed subject twice.
h) Candidates will be required to write a research project paper. Each student shall
be allocated a supervisor, with whom the student should have regular contact
during the period of research. The proposals for the project shall be submitted
by the middle of the second semester.
The project shall carry a total of 3 units and will comprise 20% of the course
work.

Semester 1
Candidates will be required to take at least 18 units from the following courses:

Core Courses
Code Course Title Units
CO 500 Introduction to Mass Communication Theory

3
CO 502 Writing for the Media 3
CO 503a Radio Broadcasting 3
CO 503b Television Broadcasting 3
CO 505 Photojournalism 3
CO 506 Media Law 3
CO 510 Public Relations and Advertising 3

Optional Courses
Code Course Title Units
CO 501 Journalism Issues and History 3
CO 504 Editing, Layout and Graphics 3

Semester 2
Candidates will be required to take at least 18 units from the following courses:
Core courses
Code Course Title Units
CO 507 Journalism Ethics 3
CO 508 Mass Communication Research 3
CO 511 Media Management 3
CO 513 Advanced Print Journalism 3
CO 514 Advanced Broadcast Journalism 3
CO 515 Advanced Public Relations and Advertising 3


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CO 599 Research Report 6

Optional Courses
Code Course Title Units
CO 509 Public Information Programme
CO 512 Specialized Writing


COURSES FOR THE EVENING PROGRAMME
The courses for the evening programme shall be conducted as follows:

Year 1
Semester 1
Candidates are required to take all 18 units of the following courses:

Core Courses
Code Course Title Units
CO 500 Introduction to Mass Communication Theory 3
CO 502 Writing for the Media 3
CO 503a Radio and Television 3
CO 503b Television Broadcasting 3
CO 501 Journalism Issues and History 3
CO 504 Editing, Layout and Graphics 3

Semester 2
Candidates are required to take at all 18 units
Code Course Title Units
CO 505 Photojournalism 3
CO 506 Media Law 3
CO 510 Public Relations and Advertising 3
CO 507 Journalism Ethics 3
CO 509 Public Information Programme 3
CO 511 Media Management 3
CO 512 Specialized Writing 3

Year 2
Semester 1
Code Course Title Units
CO 508 Mass Communication Research 3
CO 513 Advanced Print Journalism 3
CO 514a Advanced Radio Broadcast 3
CO 514b Advanced Television Broadcasting 3
CO 515 Advanced Public Relations and Advertising 3
CO 599 Research Report 6





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MASTER OF ARTS IN MASS COMMUNICATION
Objective
The Master of Arts in Mass Communication programme has been formulated to meet the
needs and growth of the current media industry, which require well-qualified
professionals with sound knowledge and skills necessary to address the technological,
economic as well as social changes taking place in the world and within the country
today. The programme creates an avenue for practitioners who have been in the
industry for a long time but need to strengthen their credentials. Also it provides
opportunity for universities and other institutions to train their teaching staff in media
studies.

Admission Requirements
For admission, applicants must be first degree holders from recognized universities in a
relevant discipline, preferably in media-related fields such as journalism and mass
communication or public relations and advertising, with a minimum GPA of 2.7.
Applicants with a postgraduate diploma from a recognized university coupled with work
experience also qualify. A proof of English Language proficiency at the time of
application from certified centres that offer such tests is also required.

Structure and Duration
The M.A. programme lasts for 18 months. Students will undertake the coursework for
two semesters and thereafter work on the dissertation in a period of six months. To
graduate, a student needs a minimum of 46 units and maximum of 48 units. Students
need to take four (4) core courses and a minimum of two (2) elective courses per
semester. Students are also required to write a dissertation that meets the requirements
of the University of Dar es Salaam. The dissertation carries 12 units and is graded.

Assessment/Evaluation
Coursework 50%
Final Examination 50%

Courses
Semester 1
Core Courses
Code Course Title Units
CO 600 Communication Theory 3
CO 601 Research Methods in Mass Communication 3
CO 602 Media Gender and Society 3
CO 603 Writing for Mass Media 3

Semester 1
Elective Courses
Code Course Title Units
DS 610 Issues in Development 2
CO 604 International Media Systems 3
CO 605 Corporate Communication 3
CO 606 Media in East Africa 3



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Semester 2
Core Courses
Code Course Title Units
CO 607 Media Ethics 3
CO 608 Media Laws and Policies 3
CO 609 Media Management and Economics 3
CO 610 New Media Technologies 3

Semester 2
Elective Courses
Code Course Title Units
DS 611 Colloquium on Media and Development 3
CO 612 Media and Democracy 3
CO 613 Media Criticism 3
CO 614 Masters Project 3

Core Course
Code Course Title Units
CO 669 Dissertation 12



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INSTITUTE OF DEVELOPMENT STUDIES

Postgraduate Degree Programmes offered by the Institute of Development Studies:

S/N Programme Mode Duration
1 Master of Arts in Development Studies Coursework and
Dissertation
15 months
2 Master of Arts in Development
Management
Coursework and
Dissertation
15 months
3 Master of Arts in Gender Studies Coursework and
Dissertation
15 months
4 M.A Development Studies By Thesis 24 months


MASTER OF ARTS IN DEVELOPMENT STUDIES

Structure and Duration
The programme lasts fifteen months, nine for coursework and six for Dissertation.
Coursework comprises minimum of 30 Units from both core and elective courses.
Dissertation consists 10 Units. Thus minimum total number of Units required is 40.

Objectives of the Programme
Graduates from this programme will be able to:
Critically analyze development theories and experience across countries
Evaluate macro and sector level strategies of development
Conduct development research effectively and advance knowledge on development
based on research findings.
Core Courses
Semester I
Code Course Title Units
DS 622 Development Theory 3
DS 623 Governance for Development 3
DS 624 Political Thought for Development 2
DS 625 Globalization and Development 2
DS 690 Research Methodology I 3

Semester II
Code Course Title Units
DS 626 Rural and Urban Development 3
DS 627 Health and Development 3
DS 628 Environment and Development 2
DS 691 Research Methodology II 3
Any course on Gender from MA Gender Studies
Programme
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Core Course
Code Course Title Units
DS 699 Dissertation 10

List of Elective Courses
Code Course Title Units
DS 650 Science and Technology for Development 2
DS 651 Education for Development 2
DS 652 Population and Development 2
DS 653 Labour and Development 2
DS 644 Civil Society & Development 2
DS 654 Development and Human Rights 2
DS 655 Industrialization and Development 2
PS 733 Conflict Management in Africa (from Political
Science Department)

3
PS 730 Conflict Resolution and Peace Studies (from
Political Science Department)
3


Assessment/Evaluation of the Programme:
Coursework assessment for each course: 50%
Final examination for each course: 50%


MASTER OF ART IN DEVELOPMENT MANAGEMENT

Structure and Duration
The programme lasts fifteen months, nine for coursework and six for Dissertation.
Coursework comprises minimum of 30 Units from both core courses and elective
courses. Dissertation consists 10 Units. Thus minimum total number of Units required is
40.

Objectives of the Programme
Graduates from this programme will be able to:
Analyze and evaluate competently: Poverty and development, the process of
development, respective strategies for governance and economic development.
Effectively design, formulate, execute and manage development policies, programmes
and plans.
Effectively conduct development research and advance development management
knowledge based on researches.

Core Courses
Semester I
Code Course Title Units
DS 622 Development Theory 3
DS 623 Governance for Development 3


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DS 630 Market, State and Development 2
DS 631 Poverty Analysis 2
DS 690 Research Methodology I 3

Semester II
Code Course Title Units
DS 632 Development Policy Analysis & Practice 3
DS 633 Planning & Management for Development 3
DS 634 Monitoring & Evaluation 3
DS 691 Research Methodology II 2
Either
DS 643
Gender and Resource Management 3
Or DS 644 Gender Mainstreaming & Budgeting 3

Compulsory Course
Code Course Title Units
DS 699 Dissertation 10

List of Elective Courses
Code Course Title Units
DS 626 Rural and Urban Development 3
DS 650 Science and Technology for Development 2
DS 660 Communication for Development 2
DS 661 Innovation Management for Development 2
DS 643 Gender & Resources Management 3
DS 644 Gender Mainstreaming & Budgeting 3
DS 645 Civil Society & Development 2
DS 662 Project Appraisal 2
DS 663 SMEs Promotion 2

Assessment/Evaluation of the Programme:
Coursework assessment for each course: 50%
Final examination for each course: 50%


MASTER OF ARTS IN GENDER STUDIES

Structure and Duration
The programme lasts fifteen months, nine for coursework and six for Dissertation.
Coursework comprises minimum of 30 Units from both core and elective courses.
Dissertation consists 10 Units. Thus, minimum total number of Units required is 40.

Objectives
Graduates from this programme will be able to:
Analyze and critique gender and feminist theories and their relationship to social
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Conduct effectively gender-based analysis of social, economic and political behavior and
development strategies.
Analyze effectively social injustices, emerging reactions and strategic interventions for
addressing gender concerns.
Conduct research effectively and advance knowledge on gender based on researches.

Core Courses
Semester I
Code Course Title Units
DS 622 Development Theory 3
DS 640 Feminist Paradigm and Emerging Theories 3
DS 641 Gender, Political Systems and Development 2
DS 642 Gender, Culture and Development 2
DS 690 Research Methodology I 3

Semester II
Code Course Title Units
DS643 Gender& Resources Management 3
DS644 Gender Mainstreaming & Budgeting 3
DS645 Civil Society and Development 2
DS 691 Research Methodology II 3

Compulsory Course
Code Course Title Units
DS 699 Dissertation 10


List of Elective Courses
Code Course Title Units
DS 651 Education for Development 2
DS 660 Communication for Development 2
DS 664 Gender and Sexuality 2
DS 626 Rural and Urban Development 3
DS 627 Health and Development 3
DS 633 Planning and Management for Development 3
DS 666 Advocacy & Development 2

Assessment/Evaluation of the Programme:
Coursework assessment for each course: 50%
Final examination for each course: 50%

DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY (Ph.D.)

Structure and Duration
The current Ph.D. programme consists purely of writing of a Thesis. This is done under
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candidates can select issues of development significance especially, but not limited to,
the IDS research agenda. A taught Ph.D. programme is being designed for coming years.

Assessment/Evaluation of the Programme: The Thesis is evaluated by External and
Internal Examiners and subsequently by a Viva Voce Panel. The Ph.D. Thesis is not
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THE INSTITUTE OF KISWAHILI STUDIES (IKS)

The Institute of Kiswahili Studies offers the following postgraduate programmes:
1) M.A. Kiswahili by course work and dissertation
2) M.A. Kiswahili by thesis
3) Ph.D. Kiswahili by thesis
4) Ph.D. Kiswahili by course work and dissertation


Objective of the Programmes
These programmes are designed to prepare experts who will teach Kiswahili courses in
higher learning institutions, work in media and publishing companies, governmental
institutions, international organizations, regional organizations and other related areas.

The Language of Instruction and thesis/dissertation writing will be Kiswahili.

M.A. KISWAHILI BY COURSE WORK AND DISSERTATION
The course work component shall cover two semesters that require the students full-
time attendance.

The dissertation component shall cover nine months.

A candidate registered to pursue an M.A. Kiswahili by Course work and Dissertation may
also wish to opt for graduate courses from the Departments of Foreign Languages and
Linguistics and/or the English Literature.

Entry Requirements/Admission Criteria

To be considered for admission to this programme, a candidate must be a holder of the
degree of the University of Dar es Salaam or any other accredited University or has
satisfied the requirements for the award of such degree.

To be admitted, candidates should have a first degree in social sciences or humanities.
The minimum pass level should be lower second class with GPA of not less than 2.8.
They must have studied Kiswahili, Linguistics, Literature or Communication Studies in
their first degree.

Every applicant shall, when applying for admission, indicate the specialization of M.A.
(Kiswahili) he/she intends to pursue.

Duration of the Programme
The M.A. Kiswahili by course work and dissertation shall be completed in one and a half
years.

Overall Programme Assessment
The overall assessment for the M.A. Kiswahili by course work and dissertation will be
based on the course work, the final exam and completion of the dissertation. The degree
shall not be awarded until the dissertation has been successfully completed.


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Examination Regulations
In addition to the general University examination regulations, the following regulations
shall apply to M.A. Kiswahili by course work and dissertation students:

All students registered for M.A. Kiswahili by course work and dissertation are required
to do and pass the core and elective courses of a minimum of 36 units before proceeding
to their research work for the dissertation.
The minimum pass grade for each course including the dissertation will be a B grade.
A candidate who fails to attain a GPA of 2.7 shall be discontinued from the programme.
Candidates failing in not more than four units may be allowed to supplement the failed
courses.

M.A. KISWAHILI BY THESIS
The Institute of Kiswahili Studies offers a M.A. Kiswahili by thesis to interested
candidates in the field of Kiswahili. Applicants should have a GPA of 2.8 in their first
degree or its equivalent and must have Kiswahili courses in their first degree. The
candidate should have at least a GPA of 3.0 in Kiswahili Literature and Linguistics in
his/her undergraduate programme. Before starting to write his/her thesis the candidate
has to present a concept paper and be allocated a supervisor. When the research
proposal has been approved, field research and writing of the thesis follows. The
candidate must complete his/her thesis within two years after the approval of the
research proposal; extension may be granted due to illness and serious social problems.
The candidates will be required to defend his/her thesis in an oral examination.

DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY Ph.D IN KISWAHILI BY THESIS
The Institute of Kiswahili Studies offers a Ph.D. degree by thesis. The Ph.D. by thesis shall
be marked on Pass or Fail basis. The candidate will be required to defend his/her thesis
in an oral examination (viva voce).

Programme Application
To apply and register for this programme a candidate is required to submit a concept
paper/a research proposal in an area of his/her interest to the respective department in
the Institute. The current two departments are Kiswahili Language and Linguistics, and
Kiswahili Literature, Communication and Publication. The departmental postgraduate
committee examines the application then assigns a supervisor to the candidate. The
candidate has also to make presentation of his/her proposal. After the approval of the
proposal by the Graduate Studies Committee, the candidate shall be registered for the
programme.

Eligibility for Admission
An applicant must have a Masters degree in Kiswahili, Linguistics, Literature,
Communication Studies or its equivalent from a recognized university.

Duration
The programme lasts for three years from the date of registration for the degree. The
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No candidate may be permitted to submit a thesis for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy
in Kiswahili in less than one academic year from the date of registration save with the
special permission of the Senate.

M.A. KISWAHILI COURSE STRUCTURE
All students registered in the M.A. Kiswahili by course work and dissertations who want
to specialize in Kiswahili Linguistics have to study the following courses:

Core Courses
Code Course Name Units
KI 601 Kiswahili Phonology 3
KI 602 Kiswahili Morphology 3
KI 603 Kiswahili Syntax 3
KI 604 Kiswahili Semantics 3
KI 629 Postgraduate Seminar 3
KI 630 Research Methods 3
KI 699 Dissertation 18
They also have to take any two of the following compulsory courses from Kiswahili
Literature:

Code Course Name Units
KF 615 Kiswahili Novel 3
KF 616 Kiswahili Drama 3
KF 617 Kiswahili Poetry 3
KF 618 Approaches to Literary Criticism 3

In addition, students are required to take some of the following options from Kiswahili
Linguistics:

Optional Courses
Code Course Name Units
KI 605 Kiswahili Pragmatics 3
KI 606 Translation: Theory and Practice 3
KI 607 Complex Kiswahili Structures 3
KI 608 Current Issues in Kiswahili Sociolinguistics 3
KI 609 History and Dialects of Kiswahili 3
KI 610 Bantu Comparative and Historical Linguistics 3
KI 611 Second Language Theories 3
KI 612 The History of Kiswahili Linguistics 3
KI 613 Kiswahili Applied Linguistics 3
KI 614 Kiswahili Lexicography 3

All students registered in the M.A. Kiswahili programme who want to specialize in
Kiswahili Literature have to study the following courses:

Core Courses
Code Course Name Units


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KF 615 Kiswahili Novel 3
KF 616 Kiswahili Drama 3
KF 617 Kiswahili Poetry 3
KF 618 Approaches to Literary Criticism 3
KI 629 Postgraduate Seminar 3
KI 630 Research Methods 3
KI 699 Dissertation 18

They also have to take any two of the following compulsory courses from Kiswahili
Linguistics:

Code Course Name Units
KI 601 Kiswahili Phonology 3
KI 602 Kiswahili Morphology 3
KI 603 Kiswahili Syntax 3
KI 604 Kiswahili Semantics 3

In addition, students are required to take some of the following options from Kiswahili
Literature:

Optional Courses
Code Course Name Units
KF 619 Selected Kiswahili Poet 3
KF 620 Selected Kiswahili Oral Artist 3
KF 621 Kiswahili Masterpieces 3
KF 622 Women in Kiswahili Literature 3
KF 623 Oral and Written Epics in Kiswahili 3
KF 624 Kiswahili Folktales 3
KF 625 Experimental Literature in Kiswahili 3
KF 626 Literature in Kiswahili translation 3
KF 627 History of Kiswahili Literary Studies 3
KF 628 Kiswahili Stylistics 3

Dissertation writing is compulsory in the second year of the programme. Candidates
must successfully complete the course work phase before they are allowed to proceed
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INSTITUTE OF MARINE SCIENCES (IMS)

The Institute of Marine Sciences (IMS) was established on 17th October, 1978 in
accordance with the University of Dar es Salaam Act 1970. It is located in Zanzibar in the
premises of the former East African Marine Fisheries Research Organization (EAMFRO).
The Institute was established with the following aims and objectives:

a) The primary objective of the Institute is to undertake research in all aspects of
Marine Sciences.
b) The Institute shall provide postgraduate studies in Marine Sciences.
c) Provide advisory and consultancy services in Marine Affairs.
d) In future and in accordance with the country's manpower demand, the Institute
shall establish undergraduate studies in Marine Sciences.
e) The Institute shall be engaged in exploitation of Marine Resources as part of
merging theory and practice.
The Institute is organized into three sections, namely:
i) Physical and Environmental Marine Sciences (PEMS)
ii) Marine Biology and Resources Management (MBRM)
iii) Information and Communication Technology (ICT)
PEMS and MBRM are academic sections while ICT is a cross-cutting section. The ICT
section apart of the normal IT responsibilities includes GIS services, National
Oceanographic Data Centre (TzNODC), and the Marine Education Extension
Development (MEED) unit. The MEED unit is the outreach arm of the Institute as its
main function is to translate scientific/research findings into a simple language for the
various stakeholders.

The Institute has a good range of oceanographic equipment for field work. It also has
well equipped research laboratories and there is ample working space for visiting
scientists and postgraduate students. Through the Sida Marine Sciences Bilateral
Programmes, the Institute provides scholarships for postgraduate studies in Marine
Sciences. The Institute maintains good collaboration with donor agencies such as IOC,
Sida, CIDA, UNEP, UNESCO, IUCN, WWF, IFS, the World Bank, and many others. By
maintaining a clearly focused research agenda, the Institute has been able to contribute
to the national development, economically and scientifically. The Institute's Research
Agenda identifies seven areas of focus for the next five years. These are:

1) The coastal zone, coastal communities and the living resources
2) Coastal zone management.
3) Coastal processes and climate change
4) Offshore natural resources
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7) Tourism and eco-tourism
From the onset, it was realized that the current premises would not be enough for future
expansion of IMS activities and the anticipated increase in student enrolment. Thus, the
Government of the United Republic of Tanzania is currently constructing a new premise
at Buyu, South of Zanzibar Town for expansion of the Institute. It is hoped that the
Institute may be able to relocate some of her activities to Buyu soon.

POSTGRADUATE PROGRAMMES

The Institute of Marine Sciences offers three postgraduate programmes namely, M.Sc. by
Coursework and Dissertation, M.Sc. by Thesis and Ph.D. by Thesis. The programmes
offered are aimed at creating linkages between the consolidated research programmes
at IMS and postgraduate training and bilateral collaboration.

Entry Requirements
Admission conditions for both MSc and Ph.D are governed by the University of Dar es
Salaam General Regulations for Postgraduate Study Programmes. A candidate for
admission to the Masters degree (Marine Sciences) by Coursework and Dissertation
must have at least a Lower Second Class honours degree (i.e. with a GPA of at least 2.7)
of the University of Dar es Salaam. A candidate for admission to the Masters degree
(Marine Sciences) by thesis must have at least an Upper Second Class honours degree
(i.e. with GPA of at least 3.5) of the University of Dar es Salaam or an equivalent
qualifications from another recognized university during the first degree A candidate for
admission to the Doctor of Philosophy degree must have a Masters degree from the
University of Dar es Salaam or an equivalent from any other recognized University.

MASTER OF SCIENCE IN MARINE SCIENCES BY COURSEWORK AND DISSERTATION

The Master of Science degree (Marine Sciences) by Coursework and Dissertation
programme is aimed at producing marine scientists with the general understanding of
oceanographic concepts with specialization in either Marine and Coastal Resources
Management or Marine and Coastal Geo-informatics.

The Marine and Coastal Resources Management specialization focuses on marine
resources management as well as environmental and socio-economic issues. The
programme introduces remote sensing and GIS methods as analytical tools for managing
the coastal and marine resources. The programme can be seen as a convergent
programme in the sense that it may link and collaborate with other relevant
programmes and basic research and thus giving an opening for multi-disciplinary
research. It is hoped that this programme, in collaboration with others, will contribute
much in the offshore stock assessment that is poorly known in Tanzania. The students
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marine resources through an interdisciplinary education in marine science, policy, law,
quantitative analysis, databases and modeling.

The Marine and Coastal Geo-informatics specialization is designed to provide an
advanced education in the principles and practice of GIS and remote sensing in marine
sciences. The programme comprises taught courses, covering data models and data
structures, acquisition and management of data, spatial analysis and modeling, remote
sensing, GIS design and implementation issues, GIS programming and customization and
database technology. Concepts and techniques are illustrated using case study material
drawn from a variety of application areas. Practical work is undertaken using a variety
of open source and free softwares such as BILKO, ILWIS, BEAM (and others) and
commercial softwares such as, ArcGIS and ERDAS Imagine. For the award of MSc the
student must undertake an independent research project, submitted as a written
dissertation.

Programme Structure
All students undertaking Master of Science degree in Marine Sciences by coursework
and dissertation will be obliged to take four compulsory courses, after which they may
specialize in either Marine and Coastal Resources Management or Marine and Coastal
Geo-informatics.

Special Regulations for MSc by Course work and Dissertation

The following special regulations shall also apply to the course work part of the M.Sc.
programme of the Institute of Marine Sciences.

To be eligible for admission to the programme, the applicant should normally
have an overall grade of B or higher in the undergraduate degree subject
relevant to the programme he/she wishes to study.
Admission may be based on equivalent qualifications.
Each M.Sc. study programme shall start at the beginning of the academic year
and conclude 24 months later for fulltime students and 30 month later for part-
time students. Beyond these limits Senate approval is necessary.
The M.Sc. programme shall consist of course work (Part I) and research
project(Part II)
A minimum of 30 units must be completed. Completing a course is defined as
obtaining a B grade or higher in the examination.
Candidates whose overall grade point average is below 2.7 in the course work
part will be discontinued.
Candidates whose overall grade point average is 2.7 and above in the course
work part, shall be allowed to do supplementary examination(s) in the failed
courses. After the supplementary examination(s) those candidates who have
upgraded their G.P.A. to 3.0 and above, may be allowed to proceed to the
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Candidates who have after supplementary examination obtained a G.P.A. of 3.0
and above but still failed a course must repeat and pass the course(s) before
proceeding to the dissertation phase. After the supplementary examinations (s)
those candidates who fail to attain the overall Grade Pont Average of 3.0 shall be
discontinued from studies.
For departments offering a core/compulsory/elective combination in their
course work, core courses must amount to at least 50% of the total units.

Course Assessment
Course work (40%)
Final Exam (60%)

Examination Regulations for Dissertations and Theses:
Generally the university wide regulation will apply.
Part II of the M.Sc. examination shall consist of an assessment of a dissertation by
at least 2 examiners one of whom shall be external to the University. Examiners
may require the candidate to present himself/herself for oral questioning in
addition to such other examinations as may be prescribed.
There shall be no classification of M.Sc Degree.

Compulsory Courses
Code Course Title Units
GI 602 Research Methodology for Marine Scientist 2
GI 605 Advanced Image Processing for Marine and
Coastal Environment
4
OC 609 Applied marine Geology 4
OC 614 Applied Physical Oceanography 2

Specialisation Courses: Marine and Coastal Geo-information
Code Course Title Units
GI 603 Spatial Data Management and GIS Databases 3
GI 606 GIS in Decision Making 2
GI 607 Programming for GIS 2
GI 608 Advanced Spatial Analysis and Modelling 3
GI 699 Dissertation 3

Specialisation Courses: Marine and Coastal Resources management
Code Course Title Units
MR 601 Sustainable Utilisation of Coastal and Marine
Resources
3
MR 603 Applied Marine and Coastal Ecology 3
MR 608 Marine Conservation Science 2
MR 609 Socio-economic Aspects of Marine and Coastal
Ecosystems
2
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Optional Courses
Code Course Title Units
GI 604 Case Studies in GIS and Remote Sensing 2
MR 605 Maritime Policy 2
MR 614 Integrated Coastal Zone Management 3
OC 605 Marine Pollution and Control 2
RM 602 Environmental Assessment 6



M.SC. MARINE SCIENCES BY THESIS
The programme lasts for 24 months and is pursued through research followed by
writing a thesis. Some coursework may be taken when directed by the Institutes
Postgraduate Studies Committee (IPSC). The student should initially submit a two-page
statement of the intended research topic, which will guide the Institute in assigning the
supervisor. Within four months of registration the student must develop a
comprehensive and substantive research proposal to be presented to the IPSC for
assessment and evaluation. Once the IPSC are satisfied with the quality of the proposed
research study a full registration of the student is granted.

DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY PH.D. IN MARINE SCIENCES BY THESIS
The duration of the programme is three years for full-time candidates and five years for
part time candidates. The student should initially submit a two-page statement of the
intended research topic, which will guide the department in assigning the supervisor.
After this initial process the student is required to develop (within 6 months) a
comprehensive and substantive research proposal to be presented to the IPSC for
assessment and evaluation. Once the IPSC are satisfied with the quality of the proposed
research study, full registration of the student is granted.


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INSTITUTE OF RESOURCE ASSESSMENT (IRA)

Introduction
The Institute of Resource Assessment (IRA) was established in 1982 when the former
Bureau of Resource Assessment and Land Use Planning (BRALUP) was elevated to the
status of an Institute of the University of Dar es Salaam. Set up in 1967 as an applied
research organisation, BRALUP concerned itself with resource analysis and the
collection of data relevant to the development needs of Tanzania.

IRAs main fields of research are: natural resources management; environment;
population and human settlement; agriculture, food security and poverty alleviation
and; social policy analysis. The research outputs comprise monographs and research
papers and books. The Institute also carries out consultancy work related to the above
fields for various clients including the government, international agencies and the
private sector. Furthermore, the Institute houses Natural Resources Information Centre
that holds databases on natural resources and environment for Tanzania as well as
environmental Impact Assessment database for Eastern Africa.

The Institute of Resource Assessment offers three postgraduate programmes. The
programmes are namely Master of Science in Natural Resource Assessment and
Management (M.Sc. NARAM), Master of Science in Climate Change and Sustainable
Development (M.Sc. CC&SD) and Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) programme. The M.Sc.
CC&CD programme is offered under the Centre for Climate Change Studies (CCS).

POSTGRADUATE PROGRAMMES OFFERED BY IRA
S/N Programme Mode Duration
1 Master of Science in Natural Resource
Assessment and Management (M.Sc.
NARAM)
Coursework and
Dissertation
18 months
2 Master of Science in Climate Change and
Sustainable Development (MSc. CC & SD)
Coursework and
Dissertation
18 months
3 Ph.D. By thesis 36 months


MASTER OF SCIENCE IN NATURAL RESOURCE ASSESSMENT AND
MANAGEMENT

Structure and Duration of the Programme
The programme is offered by both coursework and dissertation
The duration of the programme is eighteen (18) months

List of Courses offered:

Core Courses
Code Course Title Units
RM 600 Perspectives in Natural Resource and 6


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Environment Management
RM 601 Integrated Research Methodologies 6
RM 602 Environmental Assessment 6
RM 603 Contemporary Issues in Resource Management 6
RM 699 Dissertation 6

Optional/Elective Courses
Code Course Title Units
RM 604 Population, Development and Environment 3
RM 605 Development Planning In Natural Resources
Management
3
RM 606 Tropical Ecosystems Management 3
RM 607 Applied Ecology 3
RM 608 Climate Change and Variability 3

Minimum Number of Units Required
Student is required to complete 2 core courses and 2 elective courses in each semester.
Each core course has 6 units and each elective course has 3 units. In the third semester,
students shall do dissertation work worth 6 units. Thus, the minimum number of units
required to complete the M.Sc. NARAM programme is 42 units, i.e. Semester 1 18
units; Semester 2 18 units; Semester 3 6 Units

Assessment/ Evaluation
The general University of Dar es Salaam regulations for assessment and evaluation of
postgraduate programmes in colleges, schools and institutes shall apply.

All students will be required to do and pass all core and specified number of elective
courses before being allowed to begin research work for the dissertation.

In each course, course work assessment (CA) will contribute a maximum of 40% while
university examination (UE) will contribute a maximum of 60% giving a final score of
100%.

Dissertation
After completing the taught courses, students shall be required to develop a research
proposal, do research and write a dissertation based on field research.


MASTER OF SCIENCE IN CLIMATE CHANGE AND SUSTAINABLE
DEVELOPMENT (MSC.CC & SD)

General Objective
The general objective of the Master of Science Programme in Climate Change and
Sustainable Development (MSc.CC & SD) is to cater for graduates who have a thorough
understanding of resource utilisation, development and climate change related concepts.
In addition, these people are capable of generating solutions to climate change and


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development problems by linking climate change science, developmental issues, policy
and practice.

Specific Objectives
The specific objectives of the M.Sc. programme in Climate Change and Sustainable
Development include:
i) to equip graduates with a higher level of knowledge and enhanced understanding
of the physical and human dimensions of climate change, allowing them to
discharge effectively their duties within issues encountered by climate-sensitive
sectors such as agriculture, health, tourism, fisheries and wildlife;
ii) to produce graduates who can conduct research, training, advocacy, and
community outreach in climate change and sustainable development issues;
iii) to equip graduates with the necessary multi- and inter-disciplinary knowledge
and skills to understand fully, employ, and professionally engage in activities
relating to climate change (e.g. climate science and modeling; analysis of climate
change impacts; adaptation, mitigation and sustainable development in theory,
practice and policy; climate change politics, governance, economics and law) to
enhance the adaptive and mitigation capacity of the society to climate change and
address developmental concerns in their areas;
iv) to tackle the chronic shortage of highly skilled and knowledgeable human
resources who can provide services at different capacities in governmental, non-
governmental and private organisations on issues relating to climate change and
sustainable development; and,
v) to train graduates who can think critically and communicate effectively in the
field of climate change and developmental issues.

Expected Learning Outcomes
The curriculum is designed with the view that graduates of the Master of Science in
Climate Change and Sustainable Development will be able to:
provide leadership in local, national, regional and international development with
a clear understanding of values and needs in the fields of climate change and
sustainable development;
apply geo-information in climate risk management particularly in drought, flood,
and crop failure monitoring;
understand local views, perceptions and practices of indigenous communities in
relation to climate-induced shocks such as economic loss, hunger, famine, human
dislocation and displacement; and understand climate change impacts,
adaptation and mitigation related issues;
understand critically the connections between climate change science, policy,
law, security and development;
perceive effectively how policy and law geared to the environment can promote
environmental protection, reduce climate change influences and restore peace
and tranquility in Tanzania and beyond;
conduct research on climate change science, climate economics, policy and law as
well as sustainable development related issues;
understand regional climate systems, prediction, uncertainty and downscaling,
and use of Global Circulation Models in assessing climate change scenarios;


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identify, describe and discuss the main theories and concepts in project design
and management; and understand project, technical, financial, and economic
analyses;
analyse various circumstances, contexts and reasons for occurrence of
development and security unrest in a given locality and how to address them;
understand pollution abatement, and quantitative methodologies for analysing
energy, natural resource, and environmental problems; and,
participate actively in community services in various capacities, such as
environment affairs.

Admission requirements
University of Dar es Salaam admission regulations will apply for this programme. In
addition, students seeking admission to the M.Sc. in Climate Change and Sustainable
Development programme of the University of Dar es Salaam must hold an honours
degree of the University of Dar es Salaam or an equivalent degree from another
recognised University.

Programme Duration
Students enrolled in the M.Sc. degree programme in Climate Change and Sustainable
Development will have eighteen months (18) to complete all requirements for the
degree; but extension may be possible upon presentation of valid reasons.

The first twelve (12) months will be devoted to coursework whereas the last Six
months of the programme will be exclusively assigned to dissertation work. The total
academic load of a student is 18 units in the first semester as well as in the second
semester and 8 units during the last Six months. Each course will be offered in 45
units. For coursework, students are required to register for at least 36 units for core
and elective courses and 8 units for their dissertations.

Methods of Instruction
The following general instructional methods shall be used:
Lectures and discussions;
Seminar presentations;
Laboratory practices, exercises, field work and demonstrations;
Tutorials;
Group/project work;
Case Studies.


Assessment and Evaluation
Students will be assessed in a particular course using different modalities, depending on
the nature of the course. The assessment will include:
Assignments;
Seminars and presentations;
Research papers;
Project works and reports (lab exercise, field reports, etc); and;
Examinations (quiz, tests, and final exams).



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The grading in the courses shall be in accordance with the rules and regulations of the
postgraduate programmes of the UDSM; in which the coursework constitutes 50%, and
the final examination 50%.

List of courses offered:

Semester 1
Core Courses
Code Course Title Units
CC 600 Science of Climate Change 3
CC 601 Research Methodology: Methods & Techniques 3
CC 602 Vulnerability and Impacts of Climate Change 3
CC 603 Responses to Climate Change 3
CC 604 Climate Change Governance
CC 605 Environment, Sustainable Development and
Climate Change
3
CC 699 Dissertation 8

Semester 1
Elective Courses
Code Course Title Units
CC 606 Ecosystems Management 3
CC 607 Climate Change, Food and Water Security 3
CC 609 Climate Change and Gender 3
CC 613 Climate Change and Engineering 3
RM 604 ***Population, Development and Environment 3
GE 621 ***Urban and Rural Planning 3
*** courses offered in other academic programmes

Semester 2
Core Courses
Code Course Title Units
CC 603 Responses to Climate Change 3
CC 604 Climate Change Governance
CC 605 Environment, Sustainable Development and
Climate Change
3
CC 699 Dissertation 8


Semester 2
Elective Courses
Code Course Title Units
CC 608 Infrastructure, Energy Systems and Climate
Change
3
CC 610 Communicating Climate Change 3
CC 611: Economics of Climate Change
CC 614: Climate Change and Human Security 3


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CC 615 Climate Change and Environmental Impact
Assessments
3
***GE 622 Water Resources Development And Management 3
*** courses offered in other academic programmes


Ph.D. Programme
This programme is offered by thesis

Duration: 3 years

Assessment: Evaluation of the thesis by Internal and External Examiners.



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STAFF LIST


COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SOCIAL SCIENCES (CASS)

OFFICE OF THE PRINCIPAL
Associate Professor and Principal
B.B.B. Mapunda, B.A. (Dar), M.A., Ph.D. (Florida)

Senior Lecturer and Deputy Principal
Dr. H. Sigalla B.A., M.A., Ph.D. (Dar)

Senior Lecturer and Coordinator, Postgraduate Studies
Dr. Kweka, B.A.(Ed) (Dar), M.A.(ELT), Ph.D. (Lancaster)

DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMICS

Senior Lecturer/Head
A.F. Mkenda, BA (Econ), (Dar), MA (Econ), Dar, Ph.D. (Econ), (Gothenburg)

Professors
A. W. Kidane, BA (Econ), Haile Selassie, Certificate, Colorado, Certificate, survey
sampling, Michigan, Certificate, Demography, Princeton, M.A. (Mathematical Statistics),
Mexico, Ph.D. (Econ), Pennsylvania,
L. Msambichaka, BSc.(Agric.Econ.), Leipzig, MSc..(Agric.Econ.), Leipzig, Ph.D.
(Agric.Econ.), (Leipzig)

Associate Professors
D. Rwegasira, B.A. (Econ. & Statistics),(East Africa), Ph.D. (Econ), (Harvard)
F. Mtatifikolo, B.A. (Econ.), (Dar), M.A. (Econ.), Dar, Ph.D. (Econ.), (Kansas)
N. E. Osoro, B.A. (Econ), (Dar), M.A. (Econ), Ph.D. (Econ), Illinois, MS (Econ), (Illinois)
A.V.Y. Mbelle, B.A. (Econ), (Dar), MA (Econ), Dar, Ph.D. (Econ), (Gothenburg)
R. Mabele, BA (Hons), (East Africa), M.Sc. Agric.Econ.),Tennessee, Ph.D. (Econ.), (Dar)
H. Moshi, B.A. (Mgt. and Admin.), (Dar), M.A. (Finance),Dar, Ph.D. (Dr.rer.Pol), Munster
(FRG)
*K. Kulindwa, B.A. (Econ.) (Hons), (Dar), M.A. (Econ.), Columbia, Ph.D. (Econ.), (Dar)
***G. D. Mjema, B.A. (Econ.), (Dar) M.A. (Econ), Dar, Ph.D. (Econ.), (Dar)

Senior Lecturers
M. O. Ndanshau, B.A. (Econ), Dar, Dip. In Business Admin, College of Business Education
M.A. (Econ), Dar, Ph.D. (Econ) Dar)
A. Kilindo, B.A. (Econ.), Dar, Certificate, in New Institutional Economics, Connecticut
M.A.(Econ.), Dar, Ph.D. (Econ.), (Dar)
***S.B. Likwelile, BA (Econ), MA (Econ), Dar, (Dar), Ph (Econ), (Dar,)
N. Mwamba, B.A. (Econ.), (Dar), M..A (Econ.), Dar, Ph.D. (Econ.), (Nottingham)
T.S. Nyoni, B.A. (Econ.), (Dar), M.A. (Econ.), Dar, Ph.D. (Econ.), (Dar)
*J. Shitundu, B.A. (Econ.), (Dar), M.A. (Econ.), Dar, Ph.D. (Econ.), (Dar)


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L. Rutasitara, B.A. (Hons) (Economics), (Dar), M.A. (Econ.), Dar, Ph.D. (Econ.), (Dar)
***Dr. H.H. Mwinyimvua, B.A. (Econ), (Dar), M.A. (Econ), Dar, Ph.D. (Econ), (Dar)
H. H. Semboja, B.A. (Educ.), Dar, Dip in International Politics, Buskerud Folkehogskole,
MSc/Lic. In Econ.) Oslo, BSc. (Econ.), Oslo, Ph.D. (Econ.), (Gothenburg,)
R. B. Lokina, B.A. (Econ), (Dar) M.A. (Econ), Dar, Ph.D. (Econ), (Gothenburg)
J. K. Mduma, B.A. (Econ), (Dar), M.A. (Econ), (Dar) Ph.D. (Econ), (Bonn)

Lecturers
B. K. Mkenda, B.A. (Econ), (Zambia), Mphil (Econ.) Sussex, Ph.D. (Econ),(Gothernburg)
A. M. Naho, B.A. (Econ.), MSc., Warwick, (Rwanda), M.A. (Econ.), Dar, Ph.D. (Econ.),(Dar)
*E. G. Luvanda, B.A. (Econ.), M.A. (Econ.), Ph.D. (Econ.),( Dar)
O. Mashindano, B.A. (Econ.), Dar, Certificate in Economics, Berlin, M.A. (Econ.), Dar, Ph.D.
(Econ.), (Dar)
I. Karamagi, B.A. (Econ), Dar, M.A. (Econ), (Dar), Ph.D. (Econ), (Alberta)
G. Kahyarara, B.A. (Econ), Dar , Cert. (Econ), M.A. (Econ), (Dar), (Gothenburg) , Ph.D.
(Econ), Oxford, M.Phil (Econ.) (Oxford)
J. Aikaeli, B.A. (Econ.), (Dar), M.A. (Econ.), Dar Ph.D. (Econ.), (Dar)

Assistant Lecturers
G. Kibira, B.A. (Econ), M.A. (Econ), (Dar)
** O. Selejio, B.A. (Animal Science Production), (Sokoine), M.A. (Agr.Econ)
V. Leyaro, Assistant Lecturer, M.A. (Econ), B.A. (Econ), (Dar)
**W. Ngasamiaku, B.A. (Econ), (Dar)M.A. (Econ), (Dar )
**O. Osoro, B.A. (Econ.), M.A. (Econ.), Botswana, (Dar)
**A. Hepelwa, B.A. (Statistics), (Dar), M.A. (Econ. of Policy Mgt), Makerere,
**H. Mkai, B.A. (Econ.), M.A. (Econ.), (Dar)
**J. Mtui, B.A. (Econ.), M.A. (Econ.),(Dar)
**K. Mdadila, B.A. (Econ), M.A. (Econ), (Dar)
**J. Silas, B.A. (Econ), M.A. (Econ), (Dar)
**F. Yona, B.A. (Econ.), M.A. (Econ.), (Dar)
**Mr. E. Kisanga, B.A. (Econ), M.A. (Econ), Dar,
**I. Pantaleo, B.A. (Econ), M.A. (Econ), Dar,
**S.L. Kirama, B.A. (Hon), M.A. (Econ), Dar, (Econ), Dar, Certificate in Philosophy,
Ntungamo Philosophical Seminary
**R. Ruhinduka, B.A. (Econ.), M.A. (Econ.), (Dar)

DEPARTMENT OF FINE AND PERFORMING ARTS

Senior Lecturer and Head
I. Sanga, B.A., M.A. (Dar), Ph.D. (Kwa zul-Natal).

Professors
A. Lihamba, B.A. (Minnesota), M.F.A. (Yale), Ph.D. (Leeds)
M. Strumpf, B.Sc. (Music Ed.) (New York), M.A. (Legon), Ph.D. (Washington)

Associate Professor
E. Jengo, Dipl.Ed., Cert. in Fine Arts (E.A); B.S. (Kent); M.A. (S.G.W.U)



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Senior Lecturers
F.P. Nyoni, B.A. (Dar), M.A., Ph.D. (Leeds)
L.C. Mwenesi, Dipl.Ed, B.A. (Dar), P.G. Dipl, Graphics (Glasgow), M.V.A. (Alberta), Ph.D
(Edmonton)
H.F. Makoye, B.A, M.A. (Dar), Ph.D.. (Legon)

Assistant Lecturers
**M. Ndomondo, B.A. M.A. (Dar)
**M. Mwakalinga, B.A. M.A. (Dar)
**A. Mohamed, B.A. M.A. (Dar); M.A. (West Virginia)
**D. Enock, B.A. M.A. (Dar)
**V. Shule, B.A. M.A. (Dar)
F.Maeda, B.A. M.A. (Dar)
G.D. Nahimiani, B.A. M.A. (Dar)
**K. Mapana B.A. M.A. (Dar)
N. Kigombe, B.A. M.A. (Dar)
D. Sanga, B.A. (Dar) PGDE (Dar) M.A.. ( The Netherlands)
D. Njewele, B.A. M.A.(Dar) M.A.(Witwatersrand)

Senior Studio Instructors
H.A. Nakanoga, B.A. (Makerere), P.G. Dipl. Textile Design (UK)
E. Semzaba, B.A. M.A. (Dar)
S. Komba, Dipl Ed. (Dar CNE) B.A. Ed. (Dar), M.A. (Brown)
**K. Mkallya, B.A.M.A. (Dar)
S. Ndibalema, B.A. M.A. (Dar)
C.J. Mtiro, B.A. M.A.(Dar) M.A. (Witwatersrand)
R.Ndunguru, B.A. (Dar) M.A. (West Virginia)
G. Kiiza, B.A. (Dar), MFA (Illinois at Urbana)
C. Kayoka, B.A. (Dar)

+* On Sabbatical Leave; ** On Study Leave Ph.D...


DEPARTMENT OF FOREIGN LANGUAGES AND LINGUISTICS

Lecturer and Head
G. Mapunda, B.A., M.A. (Dar) Ph.D. (Dar)

Associate Professors
S. Yahya-Othman, B.A., M.A. (Dar), M.A. (Dar), M.A. (York), Ph.D. (Dar)
I.N. Swilla, B.A. (Dar), M.A. (Sorbonne, Paris), Ph.D. (Laval)
J. Rugemalira, B.A. (Dar), M.A. (Lancaster), Ph.D. (Memorial)
M. Qorro, B.A. (Dar), M.A. (Bangor), Ph.D. (Dar)
H.R.T. Muzale, B.A. (Ed.), M.A. (Dar), Ph.D. (Memorial)

Senior Lecturers
D.B. Ndoloi, B.A. (Ed.) (Dar), M.A. (Warwick), Ph.D. (Lancaster)


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***M. Kadeghe, B.A. (Ed.) M.A., Ph.D. (Dar)
A.Y. Mreta, B.A. (Ed.), M.A. (Dar), Ph.D. (Bayreuth)
M.A. Kibogoya, B.A.(Ed), (Dar), M.A.(ELT), Ph.D. (Lancaster)
R. Upor, B.A. (Ed.), M.A. (Dar) Ph.D. (Georgia)

Lecturers
E.D.A. Mrindoko, Dipl. Ed., B.A. (Ed) (Dar), C.A.L.T.E. (Essex), M.A. (Lancaster) Ph.D. (Dar)
G. Mapunda, B.A., M.A. (Dar) Ph.D. (Dar)

Assistant Lecturers
Y.R. Mweteni, B.A. (Ed.), M.Ed. (Exeter UK)
N. Mtavangu, B.A. (Ed.), M.A. (Dar)
N.E. Shartiely, B.A. (Ed.), M.A. (Dar)
A.M. Keya, B.A. (Dar), M.A. (Birmingham)
R. Muhdhar, B.A., (Dar), M.A. (Dar)
R. Rajabu, B.A. (Dar), M.A. (Dar)
M.H. Mgaya, B.A, (Dar) M.A. (Leeds)
C. Bordereau, (Angers)
E. Msuya, B.A. (Dar)
A. Mulinda, B.A. (Dar), M.A. (Geneva)
V. Karugaba, B.A. (Dar), M.A.(Poitiers)
M. Lulandala, B.A. (Dar), M.A. (Geneva)

Tutorial Assistants
F. Kristomus, B.A. (Dar)
K. Mathayo, B.A. (Dar)
N. Asheli, B.A. (Dar)
E. Msambwa, B.A. (Dar)
J.J. Taji, B.A. (Dar)
P.C. Mdukula, B.Ed. (Dar)
D. Makanjila, B.Ed. (Dar)
O. Mwampalile, B.A. (Dar)
C. Kilangi, B.Ed. (Dar)
M. Ibrahim, BAEd. (Dar)
A. Mallya, B.A. (Dar)
Z. Saul, BA(Ed). (Dar)
G. Kimambo, B.A. (Dar)
G. Mwombeki, BEd. (Dar)
F. Rutechura, B.A. (Dar)
P. Joseph, BA(Ed). (Dar)
G. Muganda, BA(Ed). (Dar)


DEPARTMENT OF GEOGRAPHY

Lecturer and Head
P.K. Mwanukuzi, B.Sc. (Dar), M.Sc. (Manchester), Ph.D. (Clark)



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Professors
W. Rugumamu, B.A., M.A. (Dar), M.Sc. (Reading), Ph.D. (Dar)
M.J. Mbonile, B.A. (Dar), M.Phil. (Demography) (Cairo), Ph.D. (Liverpool)
P.S. Maro, B.A., (Dar) M.A., Ph.D. (Minnesota)
F.G. J. Ndumbaro, B.A. (Ed.) (Dar), M.Sc.(Portsmouth), M. Phil. (Trondheim), Ph.D (Dar)

Associate Professors
S.B. Misana, (Ms), B.A., M.A. (Dar), Ph.D. (Colorado)
S. S. Mwakalila, B.Sc. (Agric.Eng.), M.Sc. (Water Resources Eng.) (SUA), Ph.D. (Kul,
Belgium)
W.F. Banyikwa, B.A., M.A. (Dar), Ph.D. (Halle)

Senior Lecturers
Fr. C.J. Sawio, B.A. (Ed) (Dar), M.A., M.R.P. (New York State, Albany), Ph.D. (Clark)
G.K. Jambiya, B.A., M.A. (Dar), Ph.D. (Glasgow)
C. H. Sokoni, B.A., M.A., Ph.D. (Dar)

Lecturers
P.K. Mwanukuzi, B.Sc. (Dar), M.Sc. (Manchester), Ph.D. (Clark)
***D.R. Kisanga, B.Sc. (Agric.), M.Sc. (SUA), Ph.D
J. Kivelia, B.A., M.A. (Dar), Ph.D
***D. A. Mwiturubani, B.A., M.A. (Dar), M.Res. (Glasgow), Ph.D (Dar)
O.L. Kweka, B.A., M.A. (Dar), Ph.D

Assistant Lecturers
* E. Palela, B.A. (Ed.), M.A. (Dar)
* C. Noe, B.A. M.A. (Dar)
*C. M.P. William, B.A., M.A. (Dar)
*Z. A. Kengera, BA (Dar) MSc (Agricultural University of Norway)
* H. Hambati, B.A., M.A. (Dar)
*A Mwamfupe ,B.A., M.A. (Dar)
*T.Tilumanywa , B.A., M.A. (Dar)
*W.Andindilile , B.A., M.A. (Dar)
D. Mlengule, , B.A., M.A. (Dar)
J. Manahiri B.A., M.A. (Dar)
*G. Lema B.A., M.A. (Dar
*Z. K. Zahor , B.A., M.A. (Dar)

Tutorial Assistants
P. Silvano B.A. (Dar)
*N.E. Yamungu , B.A.. (Dar)
L.Joseph, B.A., . (Dar)
*I. Koko , B.A., (Dar)
*J. Andrea , B.A.,. (Dar)
*C. Mromba , B.A.,. (Dar)
F.Namkesa , B.A., . (Dar)
*P. Myovela V, B.A.,. (Dar)


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* S. Ibrahim , B.A.,. (Dar)

*On Study Leave; **On Secondment; ***ON Leave of Absence.


DEPARTMENT OF HISTORY

Lecturer and Head
Dr. O. Masebo, B.A. (Ed.), M.A. (Dar), PhD. (Minnesota).

Professors
I.N. Kimambo, B.A. (Pacific Luth.), M.A., PhD. (North Western).
F.J. Kaijage, B.A. (.E.A.), M.A., PhD (Warwick).
F. A. Chami, B.A. (Dar), M.A. (Brown), PhD. (Uppsala).

Associate Professors
K.I. Tambila, B.A. (E.A.), M.A. (Dar), D.Phil. (Hamburg).
B.B.B. Mapunda, B. A, M. A. (Dar), PhD. (Florida)
A.Z. Mabulla, B.A. (Dar), M.A. (Dar), PhD. (Florida).

Senior Lecturers
F.T. Masao, B.A. (Nairobi), M.A. (Colorado), PhD. (Simon Fraser).
Y.Q. Lawi, B.A. (Ed.), B.Ed., M.A., (Dar), Ph.D. (Boston).
E.T. Kessy B.A. (Dar), M.Phil. (Cambridge), PhD (Simon Fraser)

Lecturers
C. Saanane, B.A. (Dar), M.A. (Rutgers), PhD (Johann Wolfgang Goethe)
C. Masebo, B.A. (ed.), M.A. (Dar), PhD (Minnesota).
P.M. Bushozi, B.A., M.A. (Dar), PhD. (Alberta)
J.T. Biginagwa, B.A., M. A. (Dar), PhD. (York)
E. Lyala, B.A., M. A. (Dar), PhD (UCL)

Assistant Lecturers
*G. Sumbai, B.A. (Ed.), M.A. (Dar).
*Musa Sadock, B.A. (Ed.), M.A. (Iowa)
*G. Ambindwile, B.A. (Ed.). M.A. (Dar)
*I.R. Magoti, B.A. (Ed.), M.A. (Dar)
*J. Zotto, B.A. (Ed.), M.A., (Dar)
*A. Onyiego, B.A., M.A. (Dar)
*N. Lwoga, B.A. (Makerere), M.A. (Dar)
*F. Masele, B.A., M. A. (Dar)
*E. Ichumbaki, B.A., M.A. (Dar)
*Diana Abia, B.A. (Ed.), M.A. (Dar)
S. Mussa, B.A., M. A. (Dar)
*E. Mjema, B.A., M.A. (Dar)
*S.S. Nyanto, B.A., M. A. (Dar)
R.E. Kirey, B.A., M. A. (Dar)
*M. Chuhila, B.A. (Ed.), M.A. (Dar)


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F. Edward, B.A., M. A. (Dar

Tutorial Assistants
*P. Makarius, B.A. (Dar)
*Y. Komba, B.A. (Dar)
*J. Marmo, B.A. (Dar)
*H. Hashim, B.A. (Dar)
*H. Ndomba, B.A. (Ed.) (Dar)
*A. Kifyasi, B.A. (Dar)
*E. Mchome, B.A. (Dar)

*On Study Leave.


DEPARTMENT OF LITERATURE

Lecturer and Head
Dr. A.O.H. Korogoto, B.A. (Ed), M.A., Ph.D. (Dar)

Professors
W.D. Kamera, B.A. (University of East Africa), M.A., Ph.D. (Cornell, University)
Associate Professor
***H.M. Njozi, B.A., M.A. (Dar), Ph.D. (Malaysia)

Senior Lecturers
L.T. Osaki, B.A. (Ed), M.A. (Dar), Ph.D. (Malysia)
M. Andindilile, B.A., M.A. (Dar), M.A. (City, London), M.Phil., PhD. (Fordham)
E.S. Mwaifuge, B.A. (Dar), Cert. American Studies (. Michigan), M.A. (Dar), Ph.D. (Dar)

Lecturers
E.S. Gwajima, B.A.(Ed), M.A. (Dar) PhD (Edinburgh)
Y.M. Mwansasu, B.A.(Ed) (Hons), M.A. (Dar) PhD (Illinois)

Assistant Lecturers
Wakota, J.X. B.A. (Ed) (Hons) M.A. (Dar)
Lema E.P. B.A. (Ed) (Hons) M.A. (Dar)
Yunus Castory Ngumbi B.A. (Ed) (Hons) M.A. Dar
Davis Nyanda B.A. (Ed) (Hons) M.A. (Dar)
Neema Eliphas B.A. (Ed) (Hons) M.A. Dar
Elizabeth C. Kweka B.A. (Ed) (Hons) M.A. Dar
Respol John B.A (Ed) (Hons) M.A. Dar

Tutorial Assistants
Bilenjo Mgaya B.A. (Ed) Dar
Happiness Msilikale B.A (Ed) Dar
Ruth N. Nzegenuka B.A. (Ed) Dar
Mukoi N. Musagasa B.A (Ed) (Hons) Dar



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***On leave of Absence; *On Study Leave







DEPARTMENT OF POLITICAL SCIENCE AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION

Associate Professor and Head
M.A. Bakari, B.A., M.A. (Dar), PhD (Hamburg)

Professors
G. Mutahaba, B.A., M.A. (Dar), PhD (UC-Berkeley)
R. S. Mukandala, B.A., M.A. (Dar), PhD (Berkeley), Cert. NIE (Berkeley)

Associate Professors
A. E. Chaligha, B.A., M.A., Postgrad. Dip. Law (Dar), PhD (Claremont)
D. R. Mukangara, B.A., M.A., Postgrad. Dip. Law (Dar), PhD (ANU)
M. Mmuya, B.A. (Ed.) (Dar) , M. Sc. (Bath), PhD (Missouri)
A. K. L. Mhina, B.A., M.A., (Dar), D.E.A. (Grenoble), PhD (PAU-France)
A.J. Liviga, B.A., M.A., (Dar), PhD (Pittsburg)
E. T. Mallya, B.A., M.A., (Dar), PhD (Manchester)
M. Nyirabu, B.A., (Goshen College), M.A., PhD. (Kent State)
B. Killian, B.A., M.A., (Dar), PhD (UC-Los Angeles)

Senior Lecturers
****L. Ndumbaro, B.A., M.A., (Dar), PhD (Florida)
C. A. Mogella Fr., B.A., M.A., (Dar), PhD (Carleton)
B. A. Bana, B.A, M.A., (Dar), PhD (Manchester)
N. Kamata, B.A., M.A., PhD (Dar)


Lecturers
**A. T. Kessy, B.A., M.A., (Dar), PhD (Manchester)
A. Makulilo, B.A., M.A., (Dar),
G. Sansa, B.A., M.A., (Dar), PhD (Bath)
R. A. Minja, B.A., M.A., (Dar), PhD (Duisburg-Essen)
L. Ramadhani, B.A., M.A., (Dar), PhD (Univ. College Dublin)
J.Jingu, J, B.A., M.A., PhD (Dar)
B. Ally, B.A., M.A., (Dar)

Assistant Lecturers
A. Kweyamba, B.A., M.A., (Dar)
R. Mbunda, B.A., M.A. (Dar)
H. Kassimu, B.A., M.A., (Dar)
C. Raphael, B.A., M.A., (Dar)


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M. J. Shangwe, B.A., M.A., (Dar)
J. Katomero, B.A., M.A., (Dar)
J. William, B.A. (Dar), M.A. (UPEACE)
G. Jeriko, B.A. (Dar), M.A. (UPEACE)
K. Munisi, B.A., M.A., (Dar)
M. Kabyemela, B.A., M.A. (Dar)
D. Shumbusho, B.A., M.A. (Dar)

Tutorial Assistants
E. Kondi, B.A. (Dar)
S. Nyamsenda, B.A. (Dar)
R. Henry, B.A. (Dar)
P. Enos, B.A. (Dar)

PHILOSOPHY UNIT

Lecturer and Acting Coordinator
Dr. Evaristi Magoti, B.A., M.A., (Luvain, Belgium), Ph.D (Birmigham, U.K)

Professors
Sirkku Hellsten, B.A., M.A., (Helsinki, Finland), Ph.D (Helsinki, Finland)
Georg Spielthenner, B.A., (Innsbruck, Austria) M.A., Ph.D (Graz, Austria)

Lecturers
Adolf Mihanjo, B.A., (Philipines), M.A., Ph.D, (St. Thomas, Philipines)
***Nassor Massoud, B.A., M. A., Ph.D (Moscow)

Assistant Lecturer
Peter Tumainimungu, B.A., M.A., (Dar)
Jason Ishengoma, B.A., (Urbanian, Rome), M.A., (Paris)
M.F. Lyakurwa, (Urbanian, Rome), M.A (Dar)

Tutorial Assistant
Alli Khamis, B.A (Dar)

* On study leave ** On leave of absence ***On sabbatical leave ****On secondment


DEPARTMENT OF SOCIOLOGY & ANTHROPOLOGY

Lecturer and Head of Department
J. Nyoni, B.A, M.A, Ph.D. (Dar)

Professors
S. Maghimbi B.A, M.A. (Dar), M.Sc. Ph.D. (London)

Associate Professors
I.K. Musoke B.A., (Hons) E. Africa, M.A. (Dar), Ph.D. (Michigan-State)


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F. Tungaraza B.A, M.A (Dar), DR. rer Pol AUGSBURY FRG, PDCHB Harvard

Senior Lecturers
P. Masanja B.A (Dar), M.A, Ph.D. PDCHB Harvard
F. Lyimo B.A, M.A (Dar), Ph.D. (Wisconsin-Madison)
A. Mwami B.A, M.A (Dar), Ph.D (Johanes Kepler)
A. Mvungi B.A (Dar), M.Sc. (Survey), Ph.D. (Johanes Kepler)
R. Mwaipopo B.A, M.A (Dar), Ph.D. (University of Cape Town)
H. Sigalla B. A (Dar), M.A, Ph.D. (Johanes Kepler)

Lecturers
D. Rweyemamu B.A, M.A, Ph.D (Dar)
J. Nyoni B.A, M.A, Ph.D (Dar)
V.Simon B.A (Dar), M.A (Bergen), Ph.D. (Basel)
T. Joseph B.A, M.A (Dar), MPH (Umea), Ph.D. (Radboud)
G. Kamugisha B.A, M.A, Ph.D (Dar)
M. Dauda B.A (Dar) MSc. (Lund), Ph.D. (Kent)
N. Mhando B.A, M.A, Ph.D (University of London)
A. Mathew B.A, M.A, Ph.D (Dublin)

Assistant Lecturers
D. Semkwiji B.A, M.A, (Dar)
E. Moses B.A, M.A, (Dar)
J. Msechu B.A, M.A, (Dar)
J. Mgumia B.A (Albion), M.A (Dar)
M. Bingi B.A, M.A, (Dar)
R. Sambaiga B.A, M.A, (Dar)
E. Shemaghembe B.A, M.A, (Dar)
B. Fatma B.A, M.A, (Dar)
F. Herman B.A, M.A, (Dar)
L. Mugisha B.A, M.A, (Dar)
D. Mukono B.A, M.A, (Dar)
A. Tingira B.A, M.A, (Dar)
S. Mutebi B.A, M.A, (Dar)
A. Matongwa B.A, M.A (Dar)

Tutorial Assistants
V. Mbande B.A (Dar)
F. Evarest B.A (Dar)
G. Bulengela B.A (Dar)
M. Ntiro B.A (Dar)
E. Kamanyi B.A (Dar)
Zakia Iddy B.A (Dar)

DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS

Senior Lecturer and Head
A.R.C. Mniachi, Dip. Ed. (Dar), B.Sc., M. A. (Dar), Ph.D. (Lancaster)


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Professors
R.S. Katapa, B.Sc., MSc. (Dar), M.Sc. (Carleton), Ph.D. (Toronto)
M.C.Y. Mbago, B.A., M.A. (Dar), Ph.D. (Liverpool)
R. J. Akarro, B.A., M.A. (Dar), M.Sc. (London), Ph.D. (Dar)

Senior Lecturers
D.M.B. Rugaimukamu, B.A., M.A. (Dar), M.Sc., Ph.D. (Southampton)
F.J. Sichona, B.Sc., M.A. (Dar), Ph.D. (NCSU)
G.M. Naimani, B.Sc., M.A., Ph.D. (Dar)
A.S. Mussa, B.Sc., M.A. (Dar), Ph.D. (Kent)


Lecturers
N.S. Nassor, B.Sc. (Dar), M.Stat. (Makerere), Ph.D. (Dar)
A.S. Msengwa, B.A., M.A., Ph.D. (Dar)

Assistant Lecturers
*B.M. Ngowi, B.Sc. (Dar), M.Sc. (Southampton)
*E. N. Mukyanuzi, B.A., M.A. (Dar)
B. Thobias, B.A., M.A. (Dar)
D. Mosha, B.A., M.A. (Dar)
G. Baltazary, B.A. (Dar)
D. Loiboo, B.A. (Dar)

*On study leave


COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY (CoET)

OFFICE OF THE PRINCIPAL

Associate Professor and Principal, CoET
C.Z.M. Kimambo, B.Sc. (Eng.) (Dar), M.Sc. (Eng.) (Reading), Ph.D. (City Univ. London)

Senior Lecturer and Deputy Principal
I.A. Rubaratuka, M.Sc., Ph.D. (Ukraine, USSR)

Human Resource Management and Administration
E. A. Nyika B.A. (PS) (UDSM), MLIS (Dalhousie Canada)

Senior Lecturer and Manager, Bureau for Industrial Co-operation (BICO)
N.G. Nalitolela, B,Sc. (Eng.) (Dar), M.Sc. (Eng.) (Newcastle UponTyne), Ph.D. (Aston)

Senior Lecturer and Manager, Technology Development and Transfer Centre
M.L. Raphael, B.Sc. (Eng.) (Dar), M.Sc. (Texas A & M), Ph.D. (Saskatchewan)

Coordinator, Postgraduate Studies and Research


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Kibazohi, B.Sc. (Eng.) (UDSM), M.A. Sc. (Eng.), PhD (Eng.), Waterloo, Canada.S.V. Manyele,

Senior Lecturer and Coordinator of Planning and Resource Mobilization
N.K.M. Mushule B.Sc. (Eng) (Dar) M.Sc. (Calgary) Ph.D.

Lecturer and Coordinator, External Links
J. Mohamed, B.Sc. (Eng.) (Dar), M. Sc. (Dar), Ph.D.

Senior Lecturer and Coordinator, Undergraduate Studies
P.M.S. Bujulu, B.Sc. (Eng.) (Dar), M.Sc. (Eng.) (Hanov.), PhD.

Lecturer and Coordinator, Practical Training
T.E. Mwinuka, B.Sc. (Eng.), M.Sc. (Dar), M.Sc. (Warwick)

Lecturer and Coordinator, Gender
V. Mahabi, B.Sc. (Eng.) (Dar), M.Sc. (UK), Ph.D. (Florida State Univ.)

Coordinator, Information and Communication Technology
C.N. Tarimo, B.Sc. [Eng] (Dar), Ph.D., Ph.LM (Comp. Syst. Sci.) (Stockholm)

Time Table Coordinator
D.M. Mulungu, B.Sc. (Eng.) (Dar), M.Sc., Ph.D (Kyoto)

Intellectual Property Officer
O. Kibazohi, B.Sc.(Eng.) (Dar), M.Sc., Ph.D. (Waterloo)

Accountant
S. Alloyce

Head of Procurement
D.C. Mkusu

Financial Controller
R.J.A. Minja, B.Sc. (Eng.) (Dar), M.A.Sc. (Ottawa), Ph.D. (NTNU, Trondheim)

Head of TDTC Workshop
S. Mzobora

Editor in Chief, Tanzania Journal of Engineering and Technology (TJET)
A.W. Mayo, B.Sc. (Eng.) (Dar), M.Sc. (Tampere), Ph.D. (Tohoku)

Editor, College Newsletter
R.J. Kimwaga,

DEPARTMENT OF STRUCTURAL AND CONSTRUCTION ENGINEERING

Senior Lecturer and Head of Department
J.K. Makunza, B.Sc., M.Sc. (Dar), Dr. Ing. (Dortmund)


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Associate Professors
J.J. Msambichaka, B.Sc. (Eng.) (Mysore), M.Sc. (Dar), Dr. - Ing. (Dortmund)***C.Eng(T)
N. M. Lema, B.Sc. (Eng.) (Dar), M.Sc., Ph.D, (Loughborough), C.Eng(T)

Senior Lecturers
A.L. Mrema, B.Sc. (Eng.) (Dar), M.Sc. (Strathclyde), Ph.D. (Colorado State)
L. Lwambuka, Dipl. Ing. (Dresden), Dr. Ing. (Kassel)
A.A. Shirima, B.Sc. (Eng.), (Dar), Dipl. Ing. (Darmstadt), Dr. Ing (Kassel)
J.K. Makunza, B.Sc., M.Sc. (Dar), Dr. Ing. (Dortmund)
L.M. Shirima, B.Sc.(Eng), M.S.c(Eng), Dr. Ing.(Dortmund), C.Eng(T)***

Lecturers
F.X. Momanyi, Dott Ing. (Bologna), Ph.D. (Bologna)
R.S. Mlinga, B.Sc. (Eng.) (Dar), M.Sc. (Birmingham), Ph.D (Cape Town)
M.M. Samson, B.Sc. (Eng.) (Dar), M.Sc. (Dar)
L.M. Chamuriho, B.Sc. (Eng.) (Dar), M.Sc. (Illinois at Urbana-Champaign), Ph.D (Tokyo)

Assistant Lecturers
M.E. Lupembe B.Sc.(Eng) (Makerere), M.Sc. (Dar)***
A. Mwambingu; B.Sc., M.Sc. (Eng) roster

Tutorial Assistants
H. Meleki B.Sc.(Dar)
L. Kalenga B.Sc. (Dar)
E. Matemba B.Sc. (Dar)
P.Rweyongeza B.Sc. (Eng) (Dar)
P. Holela B.Sc. (Eng) (Dar)
E.E. Moshi B.Sc. (Eng) (Dar)
R. Mahundi B.Sc. (Eng) (Dar)
E. Leo B.Sc. (Eng) (Dar)
J. Kessy B.Sc. (Eng) (Dar)

*** On Leave of Absence


DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING

Senior Lecturer and Head
M.J. Manyahi, B.Sc. (Eng.) (Dar), M.Sc. (Strathclyde), Ph.D. (Uppsala)

Professor
D.J. Chambega, M.Sc.(Eng.) (Moscow), Ph.D. (Strathclyde)

Associate Professor
B.M.M. Mwinyiwiwa, B.Sc.(Dar), M.Eng. (McGill), Ph.D. (McGill), MIET, Member IEEE, R.
Eng. (T)


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Senior Lecturers
A.L. Kyaruzi, B.Sc. (Eng.) (Dar), M.Sc., D.Sc. (George Washington), MIEEE, R.Eng. (T)
B.J. Kundy, B.Sc. (Eng.) (Dar), M.Sc. (Strathclyde), Ph.D. (Stellenbosch)
M.J. Manyahi, B.Sc. (Eng.) (Dar), M.Sc. (Strathclyde), Ph.D. (Uppsala)
Lujara, N.K. B.Sc. (Eng) (Dar), M.Sc. McGill University D.Eng. Rand Afrikaans University
RSA

Assistant Lecturers
S. Kihwele B.Sc. (Eng) (Dar) M.Sc. (Dar)
A. Thadei B.Sc. (Dar)

Tutorial Assistant
P. Makolo B.Sc. (Dar)
H. Massawe B.Sc. (Dar)
T. Mgaya B.Sc. (Dar)
G. Mhagama B.Sc. (Dar)
J. Dunia, B.Sc. (Dar)
F. Mwasilu B.Sc.(Dar)
A. Salimu B.Sc.(Dar)
H. Y. Mkindu, B.Sc. (Nanjing Normal Univ. China)

DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION AND GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEERING

Senior Lecturer and Head
H. Bwire, B.Sc. (Eng.) (Dar), M.Sc. (Dar), Ph.D. (Dar)

Associate Professors
A.L. Kyulule, B.Sc. (Civil Eng.) Nairobi, M.Sc. (Eng.) (Dar), Dr. Sc. Tech. (Zurich)
D.A. Mfinanga, B.Sc. (Eng.), (Dar), M.Sc. (Miyazaki), Ph.D. (Kyusho)
T. Rwebangira, B.Sc. (Eng.) (Nairobi), M.Sc. (Birm. U.K), Ph.D. (Oregon State)

Senior Lecturers
E. N. Masaoe B.Sc. (Eng) (Dar), M.Sc. (Strathclyde, UK) Ph.D.
D. L. Nyaoro B.Sc. (Eng) (Dar ) M.Sc. (Imperial College, UK) Ph.D.
N.K.M. Mushule B.Sc. (Eng) (Dar) M.Sc. (Calgary) Ph.D.
P.M.S. Bujulu, B.Sc. (Eng.) (Dar), M.Sc. (Eng.) (Hanov.)

Assistant Lecturers
A. W. Lyimo, B.Sc. (Eng.) (Dar), M.Sc. (Dar)
A. Lubida B.Sc.. (Eng) (Dar) M.Sc. (Sokoine Univ. of Agriculture)
S.P. Rimoy B.Sc (Eng) (Dar) M.Sc. (Imperial College, UK)
E Fungo B.Sc.(Eng) (Dar), M.Sc. (Dar)
H.H. Mteri B.Sc. (Eng.) (Dar) M.Sc., Ph.D (Canada)
J. Ijumlana B.Sc. (Eng), M.Sc. (Netherlands)

DEPARTMENT OF WATER RESOURCES ENGINEERING



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Senior Lecturer and Head
J. Norbert, B.Sc. (Eng.) (Dar), M.Sc., Ph.D (Dar)

Associate Professors
F.W. Mtalo, B.Sc. (Eng), MSC (Dar), Dr. Ing. (Munich)
A.W. Mayo, B.Sc. (Eng.) (Dar), M.Sc. (Tampere), Ph.D. (Tohoku)
F.L.M. Mwanuzi, B.Sc. (Eng) (Dar), M.Sc., Ph.D. (Brussels)

Lecturers
D. M. Mulungu, B.Sc. (Eng.) (Dar), M.Sc., Ph.D (Kyoto)
R. J. Kimwaga, B.Sc. (Eng.), M.Sc. (WRE), PhD (Dar)
T. A. Kimaro, B.Sc. (Eng.), M.Sc., (Dar), Ph. (Kyoto)
P. D. Ndomba, B.Sc. (Eng.) (Dar), M.Sc,. Ph.D (Dar)

Assistant Lecturer
S. Munishi B.Sc. (Eng) (Dar) M.Sc. (Dar)

Tutorial Assistants
A. Alexander B.Sc. (Dar)
F. Izdory B.Sc. (Dar)
N. Shija B.Sc. (Dar)
E. Thomas B.Sc. (Dar)

*On Study Leave, ***On Leave of Absence


DEPARTMENT OF CHEMICAL AND MINING ENGINEERING

Senior Lecturer and Head
A.J. Itika, B.Sc.(Eng.) (Dar), M.Sc.(Eng.) (Leeds), Ph.D.(TU-Clausthal)

Professors
J.H.Y. Katima, B.Sc.(Eng.) (Dar), M.Phil.(Loughborough), Ph.D. (Leeds)
S.V. Manyele, B.Sc.(Eng.), M.Sc. (Dar). Ph.D. (Western Ontario)

Associate Professors
G.D.E. Mrema, B.Sc., M.Sc. (Dar), Ph.D. (Trondheim)
O. Kaunde, B.Sc.(Eng.) (Dar), M.Sc., Ph.D. (Leeds)
E. Elisante, B.Sc.(Eng.) (Dar), M.Sc.(Eng.) (Arizona), Ph.D. (Tohoku)

Senior Lecturers
E. Masanja, B.Sc. (Eng.) (Dar), M.Phil., Ph.D. (Edinburgh)
M.L. Raphael, B.Sc.(Eng.) (Dar), M.Sc. (Texas A & M), Ph.D. (Saskatchewan)
A.K. Temu, B.Sc.(Eng.) (Dar), M.Sc., Ph.D. (Trondheim)
R.J.A. Minja, B.Sc.(Eng.) (Dar), M.A.Sc. (Ottawa), Ph.D. (NTNU, Trondheim)
O. Kibazohi, B.Sc.(Eng.) (Dar), M.Sc., Ph.D. (Waterloo)
L.M.P. Rweyemamu, M.Sc.(Eng.) (Moscow), Ph.D. (TU, Bergakademie Freiberg, Germany)
S.J.E. Maronga, B.Sc.(Eng.) (Dar), M.Sc. (Texas A & M), Ph.D. (KTH-Stockholm)


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H.T.H. Kimweri, B.Sc.(Eng.) (Dar), M.A.Sc. (Ottawa), Ph.D. (British Columbia)

Assistant Lecturers
S.G. Mwafwenga, B.Sc. (Min. Sc.) (Zambia), M.Sc.(Min. Eng.) (South Illinois)
L.S. Shempemba, Adv. Dipl. (Ardhi), M. Eng. (Mine Surv.) (Leoben)
A.E. Mlaki, B.Sc. (Min. Tech.) (Zambia), M.Sc.(Min.Prod.) (London)
K.R. Baruti, B.Sc. (Min. Eng.) (Zambia), M.Sc.(Env. Manag.) Australia)
I. Daniel B.Sc. (Eng)(Dar) M.Sc.(Dar)*
M. Daniel B.Sc. (Eng) (Dar) M.Sc. (Witswatersrand, South Africa)
H.B. Eshton B.Sc. (Eng) (Dar) M.Sc. (Dar)
H.M. Hiji B.Sc. (Eng)(Dar) M.Sc.(Dar)
J.M. Jeremiah B.Sc. (Eng) (Dar) M.Sc. (Dar)
D. Kaombe B.Sc. (Eng)(Dar) M.Sc.(University of Reading, UK)
S. M. Mahir B.Sc. (Eng)(Dar) M.Sc.(Dar)
A. Salama B.Sc. (Eng)(Dar) M.Sc.(Paris School of Mining, France)*
A.W. Wikedzi B.Sc. (Eng)(Dar) M.Sc.(Lulea University of Technology, Sweden)
D. Mfanga B.Sc. (Eng) (Dar) M.Sc. (Laurentian University)
Z. Katima B.Sc. (Eng)(Dar), M.Sc. *
N. Msuya B.Sc. (Eng) (Dar),,M.Sc*.

Tutorial Assistants
A. Kato B.Sc. (Eng) (Dar), M.Sc.*
F. Ngroroma B.Sc. (Eng) (Dar), M.Sc.*
L. Damson B.Sc. (Eng) (Dar), M.Sc.*
S. Selemani B.Sc. (Eng) (Dar), M.Sc*.
I. Kumbi B.Sc. (Eng) (Dar), M.Sc..*


DEPARTMENT OF MECHANICAL AND INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING

Associate Professor and Head
B. Ndazi, B.Sc.(Eng.), M.Sc. (Dar)

Professor
J.S. Mshana, B.Sc.(Eng.) (Nairobi), M.A.Sc.(Eng.), Ph.D. (Ottawa), C. Eng., MIMECHE, R. Eng.
(T)

Associate Professors
B.M. Mutagahywa, B.Sc.(Eng.), M.Sc.(Eng.) (Dar), Ph.D (Loughborough), Reg. Eng.(T)
B.B. Nyichomba, B.Sc.(Eng.) (Dar), M.Sc.(Eng.), Ph.D. (Birmingham), Reg. Eng.(T)
G.R. John, B.Sc.(Eng.) (Dar), M.Sc.(Eng.), Ph.D. (Leeds)
E.A.M. Mjema, B.Sc.(Eng.) (Dar), M.Sc.(Eng.) (Alberta), Dr.Ing. (Aachen Univ. of
Technology)
C.Z.M. Kimambo, B.Sc.(Eng.) (Dar), M.Sc.(Eng.) (Reading), Ph.D. (City Univ. London)
B.A.T. Kundi, B.Sc.(Eng.) (Dar), M.Sc.(Eng.), Ph.D. (Waterloo)
J.V. Tesha, B.Sc.(Eng.) (Dar), M.Sc.(Eng.), Ph.D. (Cranfield)
C.F. Mhilu, M.Sc.(Eng.) (Leningrad), Ph.D. (Leeds)


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Senior Lecturers
B.A. Majaja, B.Sc.(Eng.) (Dar), M.Sc.(Eng.), Ph.D. (UC Davis), Reg. Eng.(T
N.G. Nalitolela, B,Sc.(Eng.) (Dar), M.Sc.(Eng.) (Newcastle UponTyne), Ph.D (Aston), Reg
Eng. (T)
E. Elias, B.Sc.(Eng.) (Dar), M.Sc.(Eng.) (Newcastle UponTyne), Ph.D. (Strathclyde), Reg.
Eng.(T
M.H. Mkumbwa, B.Sc.(Eng.) (Dar), M.Sc.(Eng.), Ph.D. (Strathclyde)
E.J.M. Mushi, B.Sc. (Eng.) (Dar), M.Sc.(Eng.), Ph.D. (Leeds)
H.M. Rajabu, B.Sc.(Eng.) (Dar), M.Sc. (Leeds). Ph.D. (Dar)
A.S. Chungu, B.Sc.(Eng.) (Dar), M.Sc.(Eng.), Ph.D. (AIT, Thailand)
J.J. Runyoro, B.Sc.(Eng.) (Dar), M.Sc.(Eng.) (Cranfield), Ph.D. (Birmingham)
C.W.M. Nyahumwa, B.Sc.(Eng.) (Dar), M.Sc.(Eng.) (Queens), Ph.D. (Birmingham)
L.Y. Mwaikambo, ATI(text. Tech) (Bolton), M.Sc.(Mech. Eng.) (Dar), Ph.D.(Bath)
F.A. Chami, FTC (Dar), M.Sc.(Eng.) (Moscow)

Lecturers
S.J. Kimaro, B.Sc.(Eng.) (Dar), M.Sc.(Eng.) (Loughborough)
M.I. Mgwatu, B.Sc. (Eng.) (Dar), M.A.Sc. (Eng.) (Ottawa)
T.E. Mwinuka, B.Sc. (Eng.), M.Sc. (Dar), M.Sc. (Warwick)
G.S. Mwaluko, B.Sc.(Eng.) (Dar), M.Sc.(Eng.) (Strathclyde), Ph.D. (Cape Town)
A. N. Towo, BSc. (Eng.), (Dar), MsC. (Urban), Ph.D. (Bath)
B. Ndazi, B.Sc.(Eng.), M.Sc. (Dar), Ph.D. (Dar)

Assistant Lecturers
D. Angelo, B.Sc.(Eng.) (Dar), M.Sc.(Eng.) (Strathclyde), Reg. Eng.(T)
J. Mohamed, B.Sc. (Eng.) (Dar), M. Sc. (Dar)
*L.A. Mbaruku, B.Sc.(Eng.) (Dar), M.Sc.(Eng.) (Lancaster)
*P.B. Msemwa, B.Sc.(Eng.), M.Sc. (Dar)
N. Ezekiel B.Sc. (Eng)Dar M.Sc. KTH, Sweden
L. Haule B.Sc. (Eng) Dar M.Eng.McGill University, Canada PhD
S. Ibrahim B.Sc. (Eng) Dar M.Sc.Dar
J. Kafuku B.Sc. (Eng)Dar MEM Dar
A. Kagwa B.Sc. (Eng) Dar M.Sc.Dar
C.M. Kahabi BA (Arts) Dar M.Sc. University of Manchester, UK
J. Kihedu B.Sc. (Eng) Dar M.Sc.Dar
I.A. Legonda B.Sc. (Eng) Dar M.Sc. Dar
I.J. Macha B.Sc. (Eng) Dar M.Sc. KTH, Sweden
J.Z. Machuve B.Sc. (Eng) Dar M.Sc. Dar
P. Majura B.Sc. (Eng) Dar M.Sc.University of England, UK
S.I. Marandu B.Sc. (Eng) Dar M.Sc.Dar
M. Materego B.Sc. (Eng) Dar M.Sc.University of Sheffield, UK
E. Mbise B.Sc. (Eng)Dar M.Sc.University of Manchester, UK
M. Mrango B.Sc. (Eng) Dar M.Sc.Dar
J.M. Ngowi B.Sc. (Eng) Dar M.Sc.Dar

Tutorial Assistants
S. Ayeng'o B.Sc.(Dar)


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P. Bigambo B.Sc. (Dar)
M. John B.Sc. (Dar)
D. Mahwera B.Sc. (Dar)
M. Mtebwa B.Sc. (Dar)
V. Tito B.Sc. (Dar)

TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT AND TRANSFER CENTRE

Lecturer and Deputy Manager (Technology Transfer) of the Technology Centre
A. N. Towo, BSc. (Eng.), (Dar), MsC. (Urban), Ph.D. (Bath)

Lecturer and Deputy Manager (Transfer Development) of the Technology
Development and Transfer Centre
P. L. Mtui, BSc. (Eng) (Dar), MSc. (Eng.) (Strathcyde), Ph.D. (British)

TRAINING WORKSHOPS DEPARTMENT

Head of Department
A.S. Kyoro

COLLEGE OF INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES (CoICT)

OFFICE OF THE PRINCIPAL

Professor and Principal
N.H. Mvungi B.Sc. Eng. (Dar), M.Sc. Eng.(Salford), Ph.D. (Leeds), MIET, R. Eng(T), AMSTS

Senior Lecturer and Deputy Principal
B. B. R. Bagile, B.Sc. Eng. (Dar), M.Sc., Ph.D. (Bradford, UK)

ELECTRONICS AND TELECOMMUNICATIONS ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT

Senior Lecturer and Head
A.N.J. Mwambela, B.Sc. (Dar), M.Sc. (Durham), Ph.D. (Dar)

Professors
M.L. Luhanga, B.Sc. (Eng.)(California State), MPhil. Ph.D. (Columbia)
H.R. Mgombelo, M. Sc. (Eng.), (Leningrad, USSR), Ph.D. (Bradford, U. K.)

Associate Professor
H.N. Kundaeli, B.Sc. (Dar), Dip., M.Sc. (Electronics) (Eindhoven), Ph.D. (Dar)

Senior Lecturer
M.M. Kissaka, B.Sc. (Dar), PhD (Manchester, UK)
A.N.J. Mwambela, B.Sc. (Dar), M.Sc. (Durham), Ph.D. (Dar)

Lecturers
E.E. Mhamilawa, B.Sc., M.Sc., Ph.D. (Dar)


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**A.N. Mvuma, B.Sc. (Dar), M.Sc. (Shimane, JP), Ph.D. (Hiroshima, JP)
** O.F. Hamad, B.E., M.E. (BIT), PhD (CNU, Korea)

Assistant Lecturers
K.S. Ibwe, B.Sc. (Dar), M.Sc. (Chalmers)
J.P. Nombo, B.Sc. (Dar), M.Sc. (Dar)
A. T. Abdalla, B.Sc. (Dar), M.Sc. (Dar)
B. M. Maiseli, B.Sc. (ES) (Dar), M.Sc. (Dar)
* C. John, B.Sc. (Dar), M.Sc. (Oita)
C. Mwase, B.Sc. (Eng)(Bath), M.Sc. (Bristol)
* S. Naiman, B.Sc. (Dar), M.Sc (Dar)
L.V. Massawe, B.Sc (Dar), M.Sc. (Ryukyu), PhD (SA)
* H.U. Iddi, B.Sc. (Dar), M.Sc (Dar)
K. Mkocha, B.Sc. (Dar), M.Sc (Dar)
P. Mafole, B.Sc. (Dar), M.Sc (Trondeim)

Tutorial Assistants
H. Msuya, B.Sc. (Dar)
H. Mbembati, B.Sc. (Dar)
G. G. Mruma , B.Sc. (Dar)
I. Bulugu, B.Sc. (Dar)
N. Ally, B.Sc. (Dar)
A. Misso, B.Sc. (Dar)
J. Stephen, B.Sc. (Dar)
E. Shayo, B.Sc. (Dar)
G. Chugulu, B.Sc. (Dar)
I. Mosses, B.Sc. (Dar)
M.K. Moh'd, B.Sc. (Dar)
A. Chilwan, B.Sc. (Dar)

Principal Laboratory Scientist II
A. Aloyse, Adv. Dipl. (DIT)
E. Ahn (Ms), B.Sc. (Electronic Eng) (Kwangwoon), Cisco CCNA (KOICA Volunteer)

Senior Laboratory Engineer I
C. K. Raphael, Adv. Dipl. (DIT), PGEM (Dar), MEM (Dar)

Laboratory Engineer I
T. Sapula, Adv. Dipl (DIT), M.Sc. (Dar)

Chief Technician
H. A. Mwakilima, Dip. Electronics/Instr. (Dar), Design (Electronics), Computer
Engineering (Nijmegen), H. P. Instr. (Taiwan)

*On study leave
** On Secondment
*** On Leave of Absence



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COMPUTER SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT

Lecturer and Head
M. Mbise, B. Eng (Essex), Ph.D (Essex)

Professor
N.H. Mvungi, B.Sc. Eng. (Dar), M.Sc. Eng.(Salford), Ph.D. (Leeds), MIET, R. Eng(T), AMSTS

Senior Lecturers
G. R. Koda, B.Sc, M.Sc (Comp.Sc.) (Dar), MSc. (Inf. Sys. Sc.) (Carleton) Ph.D. (Dar)
H. M. Twaakyondo, B.Sc. (Dar), M.Sc., Ph.D. (Shinshu)
B. B. R. Bagile, B.Sc. Eng. (Dar), M.Sc., Ph.D. (Bradford, UK)


Lecturers
H. C. Kimaro, B.Sc.(Comp.Sc.) (Dar), M.Sc. (Delft) Ph.D (Oslo )
M. Mbise, B. Eng (Essex), Ph.D (Essex)
G. N. Justo, B.Sc. (with Comp.Sc.) (Dar), MSc. (Maths) (Zimbabwe) Ph.D. (London)
J. Lungo, B.Sc.(Comp.Sc.) (Dar), MSc.(Inf. Sys. Sc.) (Oslo) PhD (Oslo)
** J. Anatory, B.Sc. Eng.(Dar), M.Sc. (Dar)
F. M. Ishengoma, B.Sc. Eng. (Dar), M.Sc. (Bradford, UK)
K. Kapis, M.Eng.Sc.(Curtin) M.Sc(Eng.) (Odessa), Ph.D(OUT)
E. A. Kalinga, B.Sc. Eng.(Dar), M.Sc. (Dar), Ph.D.(Dar)

Assistant Lecturers
B. K. Dotto B.Sc.(Comp.Sc.) (Dar), M.Sc. (Birmingham)
* A. F. Ally B.Sc.(Comp.Sc.) (Dar), M.Sc. (Dar)
A. M. Rashid, M.Sc.(Comp. Eng. &Net.) (Wroclaw Tech.), Licencitiate (Eng. Comp. Sys.)
(Sweeden)
**C. Joseph, B.Sc.(Comp.Sc.) (Dar), MSc.(Comm. & Inf. Sys. Eng.) (Wuhan)
J. Chambua, B.Sc.(Comp.Sc.) (Dar), M.Sc. (Dar)
**A. Rwegasira, B.Sc.(Comp.Sc.) (Dar), M.Sc. (Dar)
M. Mahundi, B.Sc.(Comp.Sc.) (Dar), M.Sc. (Dar)
M. Munaku , B.S.c Comp. Sc (Dar), Msc. e-learning (USQ-Australia)
J. Mtebe, B.S.c Comp. Sc (Dar), Msc. e-learning (USQ-Australia)
F. Simba, B.Sc.(Comp.Sc.) (Dar), M.Sc. (Dar), PhD (Dar)
W. Nyamwihula B.Sc.(Comp.Sc.) (Dar), M.Sc. (Dar)
J. Damas B.Sc.(Comp.Sc.) (Dar), M.Sc. (Dar)
N. Hamis B.Sc.(Comp.Sc.) (Dar), M.Sc. (Dar)
J. Mbelwa B.Sc.(Comp.Sc.) (Dar), M.Sc. (Dar)
* H. Machiwa B.Sc.(CIT) (Dar), M.Sc.(UK)
W. Senyoni, B.Sc.(Comp.Sc.) (Dar), MSc (Dar)
M. Mndeme, B.Sc.(Comp.Sc.) (Dar), MSc (Dar)
D. Rwegasira, B.Sc.(CIT) (Dar), MSc (Finland)
L. Peter, B.Sc.(Comp.Sc.) (Dar), MSc (India)
Y. Andegelile, B.Sc.(CIT) (Dar), MSc (Dar)



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Tutorial Assistants
***M. L. Goyayi, B.Sc.(Comp.Sc.) (Dar), M.B.A (Dar)
*A. Kondoro, B.Sc.(Comp.Sc.) (Dar)
H. Omary, B.Sc.(Comp.Sc.) (Dar)
H. S. Lema, B.Sc.(Comp.Sc.) (Dar)
H. Mwasita, B.Sc.(Comp.Sc.) (Dar)
D. Kapinga, B.Sc.(Comp.Sc.) (Dar)
F. Kawasa, B.Sc.(Comp.Sc.) (Dar)
M. Sogorya, B.Sc.(Comp.Sc.) (Dar)
T. O. Lema, B.Sc.(CIT) (Dar)
D. Mnyanghwalo, B.Sc.(CIT) (Dar)
B. Mbwilo, B.Sc.(CIT) (Dar)
M. Vidate, B.Sc.(CIT) (Dar)
Z. Kaijage, B.Sc.( CIT) (Dar)
M. Tunga, B.Sc.(Comp.Sc.) (Dar)
* R. Kateule, B.Sc.(Comp.Sc.) (Dar)
* H. Maziku, B.Sc.( CIT) (Dar), MSc (USA)
H. Kalisti, B.Sc.(Comp.Sc.) (Dar)
I. Koleleni, B.Sc.(Comp.Sc.) (Dar)
S. Maro, B.Sc.(Comp.Sc.) (Dar)

*On study leave
** On Secondment
*** On Leave of Absence


CENTRE FOR VIRTUAL LEARNING

Senior Lecturer and Director
M.M. Kissaka, B.Sc. (Dar), PhD (Manchester, UK)

Lecturer and Deputy Director
J. Lungo, B.Sc.(Comp.Sc.) (Dar), MSc.(Inf. Sys. Sc.) (Oslo) PhD (Oslo)
Assistant Lecturers
M. Munaku, B.S.c Comp. Sc (Dar), Msc. e-learning (USQ-Australia)
* J. Mtebe, B.S.c Comp. Sc (Dar), Msc. e-learning (USQ-Australia)
K. Frank , B.S.c Comp. Sc (Dar), Msc. Comp. Sc (Dar)

Tutorial Assistants
A. Kigombola, B.Sc Computer Eng. And Information Technology (Dar )
*On study leave
** On Secondment
*** On Leave of Absence

COLLEGE OF NATURAL AND APPLIED SCIENCES (CONAS)

OFFICE OF THE PRINCIPAL



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Senior Lecturer and Principal
G. Nkwengulila, B.Sc. (Dar), M.Sc., Ph.D. (Liverpool)

Associate Professor and Deputy Principal
T.J. Lyimo, B.Sc., M.Sc., Ph.D (Dar)

Principal Administrative Officer I
M. Bwathondi (Ms), B.Com(Dar), MBA(Dar)

Department of Aquatic Sciences and Fisheries

Senior Lecturer and Head
C. Lugomela, B.Sc., M.Sc. (Dar), Ph.D. (Stockholm)

Professors
Y.D. Mgaya, B.Sc. (Dar), M.Sc. (Brit. Columbia), Ph.D. (Galway, Ireland)
J.F. Machiwa, B.Sc. (Dar), M.Sc. (Wales), Ph.D. (Stockholm)

Associate Professors
P.O.J. Bwathondi, B.Sc., M.Sc. (Dar), Ph.D. (Aberdeen, UK)

Senior Lecturers
S.G.M. Ndaro, B.Sc. (Dar), M.Sc. (Wales), Ph.D. (Stockholm)
R.A. Tamatamah, B.Sc. (Dar), M.Sc. (Stirling), Ph.D. (Waterloo)
J. Francis, B.Sc. (Dar), PGD (Marine Affairs) (Dalhousie), Ph.D. (Flinders)
C.J. Mwita, B.Sc., M.Sc., Ph.D. (Dar)
M.A.K. Ngoile, B.Sc. (Dar), M.Sc. (HUB, California), Ph.D. (Aberdeen, UK)

Lecturers
B.L. Benno, B.Sc (Dar), M.Sc. (Kuopio), Ph.D. (Waterloo)
B.R. Lugendo, (Ms), B.Sc., M.Sc. (Dar), Ph.D. (Redboud)
D.A. Shilla, B.Sc. (Dar), M.Sc. (VUB), Ph.D. (Saitama)
P. Mfilinge, B.Sc. (Dar), M.Sc. (Hull), Ph.D. (Ryukus)
I.S. Semesi (Ms), B.Sc. (Dar), M.Sc. (Norway), Ph.D. (Stockholm)
R.J. Ideva (Ms) B.Sc., M.Sc. (Dar), Ph.D. (Austria)
P.O. Onyango, B.A. (Nairobi), M.Sc. (Tromso)

Assistant Lecturers
*A.M. Hamdun (Ms), B.Sc. (Dar), M.Sc. (Ryukyus)
S. Pamba, B.Sc., M.Sc. (Dar)
L.T. Kaaya (Ms), B.Sc., M.Sc. (Dar)
S.M. Limbu, B.Sc. (Dar), M.Sc. (Stirling)
T.K. Mmbaga, B.Sc., M.Sc. (Dar)

Chief Laboratory Scientists
A.T. Kamukuru, B.Sc. (Dar), M.Sc. (Kuopio), Ph.D. (Dar)
G.L. Mziray, B.Sc., M.Sc. (Dar), M.Sc. (Wales)



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Principal Laboratory Scientists I
S.J. Ulomi, B.Sc. (Dar), M.Sc. (Brussels)
P. Samani, FTC (Dar Tech.), B.Sc. (OUT), M.Sc. (Dar)

Principal Laboratory Scientists II
A. Lugata., FTC (Dar Tech.), B.Sc. (OUT)
M. Loth, B.Sc.,(Dar) M.Sc. (Brussels)

Senior Laboratory Scientist I
Y.D. Mhonda, Dipl. Fisheries (Kunduchi) B.Sc. (Dar)

Senior Laboratory Scientist II
P.M. Semili, B.Sc. (SUA), M.Sc. (Dar)

Laboratory Scientist I
*L. Gaspare (Ms), B.Sc., M.Sc. (Dar)

Senior Laboratory Technician III
R. Katonga, Dipl. Marine Engineering (Mbegani)

Ordinary Seaman II
Hassan Ramadhani, Cert. Marine Mechanics (Mbegani)

* On study leave

Department of Botany

Senior Lecturer and Head
H.J. Ndangalasi, Dip.Ed. (Dar CNE), B.Sc., M.Sc., Ph.D. (Dar)

Professor
F.F. Banyikwa, B.Sc., Ph.D. (Dar),

Associate Professors
H.V.M. Lyaruu, B.Sc. (Dar), M.Sc. (Addis), Ph.D. (Uppsala)

Senior Lecturers
A.M. S. Nyomora, B.Sc., M.Sc. (Dar), Ph.D. (California)
Z.L. Kanyeka, B.Sc. (Dar), M.Sc. (Arkansas), Ph.D., (Los Banas, Philippines)
C. Mligo, B.Sc., M.Sc., Ph.D. (Dar)
H.J. Ndangalasi, Dip.Ed. (Dar CNE), B.Sc., M.Sc., Ph.D. (Dar)

Lecturers
**F.I. Tibazarwa,, B.Sc., M.Sc. (Dar), Ph.D. (Nijmegen)
A.S. Buriyo, B.Sc., M.Sc., Ph.D. (Dar)
M.L.K. Manoko, B.Sc., (Dar), M.Sc. (Addis Ababa), Ph.D. (Nijmegen)
E.F. Mvungi B.Sc. , M.Sc. (Dar), PhD. (Stockholm)



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Assistant Lecturers
*G. Sangu, B.Sc., M.Sc., (Dar)
*G. Frederk, B.Sc., M.Sc. (Dar)
*H. M. Mangosongo, B.Sc., M.Sc. (Dar)
*H. Moshi, B.Sc., M.Sc. (Dar)
*E. Sangu, B.Sc., MSc. (Dar)
*S. Nnungu, B.Sc., M.Sc. (Dar)
*C.A. Joseph, B.Sc. (SUA), M.Sc. (Huazhong Agricultural University, China)
Tutorial Assistants
*M. Mwaikusa B.Sc., (Dar)

Chief Technician
F. Mbago, Cert. in Forestry (Olmotonyi), International. Dip. in Herbarium Techniques
(Kew., UK). Cert. in Herbarium Curation (MSB USA)

Senior Laboratory Technician I
C. Kweyunga, London City and Guild Higher Diploma, Laboratory Instrumentation (UK),
Chemical Analysis Certificate (Sweden)
I. Mabiki, Cert. in Ed.(Butimba), FTC, UDSM; City & Guild, London Dip. Software
Applications, B.Sc., (OUT),

Senior Laboratory Technicians I.
A. P. Kuratha, B.Sc., M.Ed.(Sc) (Dar)

Senior Laboratory Technicians II.
*E. Alphonce, B.Sc. (Dar)

Laboratory Technician I
P.B. Fidelis, Cert. Electrical & Instrumentation (DIT, Dar);
B.A Manumbu, Laboratory Techniques (DIT, Dar)
Laboratory Technician IIW.K. Kalugasha Laboratory Techniques (DIT, Dar)

Laboratory Assistant II
B. Haule, Laboratory Techniques (VETA, Dar)

Principal Office Attendant/Gardener
Shemdoe ,S.A.

* On Study leave
** On leave of absence

DEPARTMENT OF MOLECULAR BIOLOGY AND BIOTECHNOLOGY

Associate Professor and Head
A.M. Mshandete, Dip.Ed. (Mkwawa), B.Sc.(Ed), M.Sc., Ph.D (Dar)

Professor
A.K. Kivaisi, B.Sc. (Dar) M.Sc. (Stockholm, Sweden), Ph.D. (Dar)


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Associate Professors
F.S.S. Magingo, B.Sc (Ed)., M.Sc., Ph.D (Dar)
T.J. Lyimo, B.Sc., M.Sc., Ph.D (Dar)
G.Y.S. Mtui, BS.c. (Dar), M.Sc., Ph.D (Kanazawa, Japan)

Senior Lecturers
M.S.T. Rubindamayugi, Dip.Ed. (Dar es Salaam CNE), B.Sc (Ed)., M.Sc., Ph.D (Dar)
M.H.S. Muruke, B.Sc., M.Sc., Ph.D (Dar)
K.M.M. Hosea, B.Sc (Ed)., M.Sc., Ph.D (Dar)
S. L. Lyantagaye, BS.c., M.Sc. (Dar), Ph.D (Western Cape, South Africa)
D.D. Tibuhwa, B.Sc., M.Sc., Ph.D (Dar)

Lecturers
L.A. Namkinga, M.Sc. [Pharmacy] (Kharkov, USSR), Ph.D. (Dar)
A.V. Makene, B.Sc., M.Sc., Ph.D. (Dar)
R. Masalu, B.Sc., M.Sc., Ph.D. (Dar)

Assistant Lecturers
S.A.A. Kassuwi, B.Sc. (Dar) M.Sc. (Turku, Finland)
G. Elibariki, B.Sc., M.Sc. (Dar)
*M. Damas, B.Sc., M.Sc. (Dar)

Tutorial Assistants
S. Hamad, B.Sc (Dar)
*C. Mpinda, B.Sc (Dar)

Chief Technicians
F.R.J.Kimati, Cert.C.M.L.T/Dip.M.L.T (EA), Cert of Applied Microb. (Netherlands)
W.Mboje, Dipl. Electronic and Instrumentation, (Dar)

Senior Laboratory Scientist I
E. M. Sosovele B.Sc. (OUT), M.Sc. Ph.D (Dar)
P.C. Chuwa, B.Sc.,M.Sc., (Dar), M.Sc. (Lund, Sweden)

Senior Laboratory Scientist II
P. Raymond, B.Sc., M.Sc. (Dar)
L. Mwangoka, B.Sc., M.Sc. (Dar)

Senior Laboratory Scientist III
F.Patrick B.Sc., M.Sc. (Dar)
C. Misanga. B.Sc. (Dar), M.Sc. (Wageningen, Netherlands)
W. Ernest, B.Sc. (Dar)

Laboratory Scientist
*A. Mahadhy B.Sc.,(Dar) M.Sc. (Lund, Sweden)

Senior Laboratory Technician III


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S. Shamte, FTC (Dar)

Laboratory Technicians I
J. Shauri, FTC (Dar)

Laboratory Technicians II
M. Henry, Dipl. Labolatory Technology (DIT)
K. Shitindi, Dipl. Labolatory Technology (Dar)

*On study leave


DEPARTMENT OF CHEMISTRY
Senior Lecturer and Head
E.B. Mubofu, B.Sc.Ed.(Dar), M.Sc.(Dar), Ph.D(York)

Professors
**M.H.H. Nkunya, B.Sc. M.Sc., Ph.D. (Dar)*
D.M.S Mosha, B.Sc., M.Sc. (Dar), Ph.D. (Liverpool)

Associate Professors
O.C. Othman, B.Sc. (Ed.) M.Sc., Ph.D. (Dar)
G.S. Mhinzi, B.Sc., M.Sc. (Dar), Ph.D. (Salford)
J.Buchweishaija, Dip.Ed. (Mkwawa), B.Sc. (Dar), M.Sc., Ph.D. (Trondheim)

Senior Lecturers
J.E.G. Mdoe, B.Sc. (Ed.), M.Sc. (Dar), Ph.D. (York)
**C.C. Joseph B.Sc. (Ed.), M.Sc. (Dar), Ph.D. (Nijmegen)*
L.L. Mkayula, B.Sc. (Ed.), M.Sc. (Dar), Ph.D. (Salford)
E.H.J. Lugwisha, B.Sc. (Ed.) (Dar), M.Sc., Ph.D. (East Anglia)
S.J.M. Mdachi, Dip.Ed. (Mkwawa), B.Sc.(Ed), (Dar), M.Sc., Ph.D. (Oslo)
**L.D. Akwilapo, Dip.,Ed. (Mkwawa) B.Sc. (Ed.), M.Sc. (Dar), Ph.D. (Trondheim)*
E.B. Mubofu, B.Sc.Ed.(Dar), M.Sc.(Dar), Ph.D(York)

Lecturers
Y.M.M. Makame, B.Sc. (Dar), M.Sc. Ph.D. (Trondheim)
C.A. Mgina, B.Sc.. M.Sc. (Dar), Ph.D. (Nijmegen)
A.S. Mwakaboko, B.Sc. (Dar), M.Sc. (Dar), Ph.D. (Nijmegen)
Q.A. Mgani, B.Sc. (Ed) M.Sc (Dar) Ph.D (New Mexico)
S. S. Nyandoro, B.Sc. (Ed.) M.Sc., Ph.D. (Dar)
J.Y.N. Phillip, Dip.Ed. (Mkwawa), B.Ed. (Sc.), M.Sc. (Dar), Ph.D. (Dar)
J.A.M. Mahugija, B.Sc. (Ed.), M.Sc., Ph.D. (Dar)
J.J.E. Munissi, B.Sc. M.Sc., Ph.D. (Dar)
*M.M. Ndoile, B.Sc. (Ed), M.Sc.(Dar), Ph.D.(UKZN)
*F. Kessy, B.Sc. (Ed), MSc. (Dar), Ph.D. (UJ)

Assistant Lecturers
*G. Kinunda, B.Sc. (Ed) Dar, M.Sc.(Dar)


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N. Komba, B.Sc. (Ed) (Dar), M.Sc.(Dar)
E.C. Mapunda, B.Sc (Ed) Dar, M.Sc.(Dar)

Tutorial Assistant
G.B. Shombe B.Sc. (Chem.) (Dar)

Chief Laboratory Scientists
A.Y. Ngenya, FTC (DTC), HTC, (Salford), B.Sc. (Dar), M.Sc. (Salford), Ph.D. (Dar)
F. Sung'hwa, FTC (Dar Tech.), B.Sc., M.Sc. (Dar), PhD. (Nijmegen)
L. Mwamtobe, Dip.Ed. (Mkwawa), B.Sc.( Ed.), M.Sc. (Dar)
S. Masoud, B.Sc., M.Sc. (Moscow)
L. Illomo, Dip. Ed. (Mkwawa), B.Sc. M.Sc. (Dar)
A. Mlingi, C&G (London), Adv. Dipl. Anal. Chem. (IST Manchester), B.Sc. (OUT)
M. Mayuni, FTC (Dar Tech.), B.Sc., M.Sc. (Dar)

Principal Laboratory Scientist
G.S. Malisa, C&G (London), Adv.Dipl.Anal.Chem. (IST, Manchester), Post.Grad.
Dipl.Scientific Computing (Dar)

Chief Technicians
N. Rugudagiza, FTC. (Dar Tech.). Dip. Electronics & Instrumentation (Dar)
B.Y. Ngalaba, FTC (Dar Tech)
B. Sindatuma, FTC. (Dar Tech.)
J. Peter F.T.C (Rwegarulila Water Resources Institute)

Principal Technicians
D.L. Mwansasu F.T.C. (Dar Tech) Glassblowing, Uk
E. Fredrick F.T.C (Rwegarulila Water Resources Institute)

Lab Assistants
T. R. Mlawa,Lab. Assistant Grade I
S. Zuberi, Lab. Assistant Grade I
* On study leave, **On leave of absence (secondment)


DEPARTMENT OF GEOLOGY
Senior Lecturer and Head
S. Manya, B.Sc., M.Sc., Ph.D. (Dar)

Professors
M.A.H. Maboko, B.Sc., M.Sc. (Dar), Ph.D. (ANU)
***S.M. Muhongo B.Sc., M.Sc. (Dar), Dr,rer.nat. (TU Berlin)
J.R. Ikingura, B.Sc., (Dar), M.Sc., Ph.D. (Carleton)

Associate Professors
***A.H. Mruma, B.Sc., M.Sc., Ph.D. (Dar)
***E.I. Mbede, B.Sc. (Dar), M.Sc. DIC (London), Dr.rer.nat. (TU Berlin)
H.H. Nkotagu, B.Sc. (Dar), M.Sc. (London), M.Phil., Dr.rer.nat. (TU Berlin


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Senior Lecturers
C.P. Kinabo, B.Sc. (Dar), M.Sc., D.I.C. (London), Dr. Ing. (Clausthal)
C.Z. Kaaya, B.Sc., M.Sc. (Dar), Dr.rer.nat. (Cologne)
I.M. Marobhe, B.Sc. (Dar), M.Sc., D.I.C. (London), Dip. Geophysics (ITC, Delft), Dr.Tech.
(TU, Helsinki)

Lecturer
Ferdinand Richard, B.Sc., M.Sc., (Dar), Ph.D. (Uppsala)
B. Nelson, B.Sc., M.Sc., (Dar), Ph.D.(Kiel)

Assistant Lecturers
*E. Kazimoto, B.Sc., M.Sc.(Dar)
*E. Mshiu, B.Sc., M.Sc.(Dar)
K. Lupogo, B.Sc. (Dar), M.Sc.(Delft)
R. L. Gama, B.Sc. (Dar), M.Sc.(IUEM-UBO)
Simon R. Melchiory, B.Sc.(Eng), M.Sc.(Rorkee)
*Cassy Mtelela, B.Sc., M. Sc. (Dar)
Obeid Saitabau B.Sc.(Dar)., M.Sc. (LMU TUM)
Ronald J. Massawe B.Sc. (Dar)., M.Sc. (Acadia)

Tutorial Assistants
*F. Daudi, B.Sc. (Dar)
J. Saroni, B.Sc. (Dar)
*E Abdalla, B.Sc. (Dar)
Claude John, B. Sc.(Dar)
*Obeid Saitabau B.Sc.(Dar)
Chief Laboratory Scientist
J.K. Mujumba, B.Sc., (Dar), M.Sc. (La Trobe), Ph.D.(Dar)

Senior Laboratory Scientist I
*S. Ngassala, B.Sc., M.Sc. (Dar)
C. Messo, B.Sc., M.Sc. (Dar), Ph.D.(Okoyama)
P.S.M. Lufungulo, NSC, NDMM (DSA), B.Sc. (Ed.), MEM (Dar).

Chief Technician
D. Pallangyo, F.T.C (Electronics), Inst. Certificate

Principal Technician I
M.A.M. Songo, FTC (WRI) (Dar)

Technician II
J. Edmund Dipl. Science and Lab. Tech. (DIT)

DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS
Associate Professor and Head
E.S. Massawe, B.Sc. Ed. (Dar), M.Sc., Ph.D. (Dublin)



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Associate Professor
A.R. Mushi, B.Sc. Ed. (Dar), M.M.S. (UCD, Dublin), Ph.D. (DCU, Dublin)

Senior Lecturers
C.B. Alphonce, B.Sc. Ed., M.Sc. (Dar), Ph.D. (UCD, Dublin)
E.W. Mureithi (Ms), Bed(Maths), M.Sc.(Kenyatta, Kenya), PhD(New South Wales,
Australia)
W.M. Charles, B.Sc. Ed. (Dar), M.Sc. (Zimbabwe), Ph.D. (Tu Delft, The Netherlands)

Lecturers
G.K. Kakiko, B. Ed. (Dar), Dip. in Maths, M.Sc., Ph.D. (Dublin)
S.E. Rugeihyamu, B.Sc. Ed. (Dar), Dip. Maths, M.Sc. (Dublin), Ph.D. (Cork)
E. Mujuni, B.Sc. (Dar), M.Sc. (Zimbabwe), Ph.D(Dar)
N. Shaban B. Ed (Sc.), M.Sc. (Dar), Ph.D(Dar)

Assistant Lecturers
*M. Maleko (Ms), B.Sc. Ed. (Dar), M.Sc. (Stockholm)
M. Mkandawile, B.Sc. Ed. (Makerere), M.Sc. (Dar)
M. Rashid, B.Sc., M.Sc. (Dar)
A. Isdory, B.Sc. Ed. (Dar), M.Sc. (Zimbabwe)
M. Mwanzalima, B.Sc. Ed. (Dar), M. Maths (Makerere)
*S. Sima, B.Sc. Ed., M.Sc. (Dar)
*D. Koloseni, B.Sc. Ed., M.Sc. (Dar)
*M. Mpimbo, B.Sc. Ed., M.Sc. (Dar)
*I. Amour, B.Sc. Ed. (Dar), M.Sc.(LUT, Finland)
*H. Rwezaula (Ms), B.Sc. Ed. (Dar), M.Sc.(Dar)
E. Evarist, B.Sc. Ed. (Dar), M.Sc.(Dar)
G. Mlay, B.Sc.Ed(Dar), M.Sc.(LUT, Finalnd)
*T. Marijani (Ms), B.Sc.(Dar), M.Sc.(Stellenbosch)
J. Makungu, B.Sc.(Dar) , M.Sc.(LUT, Finland)
S. Pitos, B.Sc.ED(Dar), M.Sc.(LUT, Finland)
*S. Isambi, B.Sc. (Dar), M.Sc.(LUT, Finland)
H. Y. Do B.Sc(Kyungpook, Korea), M.Sc.(Califonia)

Tutorial Assistants
J. Andongwisye, B.Sc. Ed. (Dar)
S. Suleiman (Ms), B.Sc. Ed. (Dar)
U. Ngulo, B.Sc.Ed(Dar)

Principal Technician II
W. Lwiza, Adv. Dip. Eng., (DIT), PGD Electrical Eng. & ICT(Dar)

*On study leave

PHYSICS DEPARTMENT
Senior Lecturer and Head
N.K. Mohammed (Ms), B.Sc., M.Sc. (Dar), Ph.D.(UK)



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Professor
R.T. Kivaisi, B.Sc. M.Sc. (Dar), Ph.D. (Stockholm)

Associate Professor
P.K. Msaki, B.Sc. (Lusaka), M.Sc. (UK), Ph.D. (Uppsala)

Senior Lecturers
C.B.S. Uiso, B.Sc. M.Sc., Ph.D. (Dar)
R.M.R. Kainkwa, B.Sc. M.Sc., Ph.D. (Dar)
Y.I. Koleleni, B.Sc. M.Sc., Ph.D. (Dar)
I.N. Makundi, B.Sc. M.Sc. (Dar), Ph.D. (Tokyo)

Lecturers
A.B. Malisa, B.Sc. (Dar), M.Sc., Ph.D. (Chalmers, Sweden)
M.E. Samiji (Ms), B.Sc (Ed.), M.Sc. (Dar), Ph.D. (Port Elizabeth)
N.R. Mlyuka, B.Sc., M.Sc. (Dar), PhD(Dar)


Assistant Lecturers
Lwitiko P, M.Sc.(Dar)*
Kumwenda M, M.Sc.(Dar)
Mazunga M, M.Sc.(Dar)
I. Lugendo, M.Sc.(Dar)*

Tutorial Assistants
R. Juma, B.Sc.(Dar)*

* On study leave


Chief Technician & Head Technician
A.G. Nyenyembe (Ms.), F.T.C, (Arusha)

Chief Technicians
B. Kazimili (Ms.), F.T.C. (Arusha)
J.O. Mchomvu (Mr), _

Principal Laboratory Engineer II
A.M. Mnyabwilo , B.Sc. Eng (Dar)
M. K. Mtelela, Adv. Dip. Eng(DIT)
M.S.A. Sewando, B.Sc. (Dar)

Laboratory Scientist I
M.M. Kivambe, B.Sc. (Ed.) (Dar), Training in Electron Microscopy (Uppsala) ), M.Sc.
(Norway), Ph.D. (Norway)
E. Rwenyagila, B.Sc. (Ed) (Dar), M.Sc. (Switzerland)*

* On study leave


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DEPARTMENT OF ZOOLOGY AND WILDLIFE CONSERVATION

Senior Lecturer and Head
F.M. Urasa, B.Sc., M.Sc., Ph.D. (Dar)

Professors
H.Y. Kayumbo, B.Sc. (London), DIC, Ph.D. (Dar).
K.M. Howell, B.Sc. (Cornell), Ph.D. (Dar)

Associate Professors
R.B.M. Senzota, B.Sc., M.Sc. (Dar), Ph.D. (Texas A & M)
J.D.L. Kabigumila, Dip. Wildl. Mgt. (Mweka), B.Sc., M.Sc., Ph.D. (Dar)

Senior Lecturers
J.G. Yarro, B.Sc., M.Sc., Ph.D. (Dar)
P.F. Kasigwa, B.Sc., M.Sc. (Dar), Ph.D. (Sussex)
H.B. Pratap, B.Sc., M.Sc. (Gujarat), Ph.D. (Dar)
F.A. Mturi, B.Sc., Ph.D. (Dar)
J. Kyomo, Dip. Ed. (Dar), B.Sc. (Dar), M.Sc., Ph.D. (Kyushu)
G. Nkwengulila, B.Sc. (Dar), M.Sc., Ph.D. (Liverpool)
C.P. Rugumamu, B.Sc., M.Sc., Ph.D. (Dar)
C.L. Nahonyo, Dip. Wildl. Mgt. (Mweka), B.Sc., M.Sc. (Dar), Ph.D. (Kent)
H.Y.D. Kiwia, Dip. Wildl. Mgt. (Mweka), B.Sc., M.Sc., Ph.D. (Dar)
M.A. Njau, B.Sc., M.Sc., Ph.D. (Dar)

Lecturers
B.A. Nyundo, B.Sc., M.Sc., Ph.D. (Dar)
J.N. Ijumba, B.Sc. (Dar), M.Sc. (Nairobi), Ph.D. (Copenhagen)
F. Magige, B.Sc., M.Sc. (Dar), Ph.D. (NTNU)

Assistant Lecturers
W. Ngalason, B.Sc., M.Sc. (Dar)
G.D. Mukandala, B.Sc. (Clark), M.Sc. (Memorial University)
W. Kidima, B.Sc., M.Sc. (Dar)
F. Stephano, B.Sc., M.Sc. (Dar)
J. John, B.Sc. (SUA), M.Sc. (Dar)
W. Chacha, B.Sc., M.Sc (Dar)
V. Jestina, B.Sc. M.Sc. (Dar)
F. D. Chibwana, B.Sc., M.Sc. (Dar)

Tutorial Assistants
M. Kibaja, B.Sc, (Dar)
H. Mfaume, B.Sc, (Dar)
Y. Chuhila, B.Sc, (Dar)

Chief Laboratory Scientist


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C. A. Msuya, C & CLI, II & III, S.I.M.A. (UK), B.Sc, (Dar), M.Sc. (Salford), Ph.D. (Dar)

Principal Laboratory Scientist
S.P. Nyalusi, DMLT (EA), Cert. Insect Physiol. (UK), Cert. Hist. Tech. (Netherlands), B.Sc
(OUT), M.Sc (Dar)
J. Kyomo, B.Sc (Dar), M.Sc (IHE)

Laboratory Scientist II
M. Chiduo, B.Sc (Dar)
P.S. Nzumbi, B.Sc (Dar)

Chief Technician
A. Sehene, FTC Lab. Tech. (Dar), Cert. Anim. Physiology (Durban), Cert. Insect Physiology
(Dublin), Cert, Insect Physiology (Newcastle)

Technician II
S. Mweyo

Laboratory Assistant I
M. Hussein

Laboratory Assistant II
R. C. Edward
D.J. Mwangoka
J. Damian


CENTRAL SCIENCE WORKSHOP

Manager
N.R. Mlyuka, B.Sc. M.Sc., Ph.D. (Dar)

Principal Laboratory Engineer
D.M. Lameck, FTC (DTC), ADE (DIT), PGD, MEM (Dar)

Chief Technician
R. Baruti, FTC (Arusha), Fine Mechanics (Nijmegen)
S. Musa, FTC (DTC)
M.A. Mpili, FTC(DTC), BBA(Dar)
A. Ramadhan, FTC (DTC)

UNIVERSITY OF DAR ES SALAAM BUSINESS SCHOOL (UDBS)

OFFICE OF THE DEAN

Lecturer and Acting Dean
M.S. Masoud, BBS (Accounting) (IUIU), M. Sc. Finance (Strathclyde), Licentiate of
Philosophy (Umea),


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Ph.D. (Dar)

Lecturer and Associate Dean
M.S. Masoud, BBS (Accounting) (IUIU), M. Sc. Finance (Strathclyde), Licentiate of
Philosophy (Umea),
Ph.D. (Dar)

Lecturer and Coordinator, Postgraduate Studies
J. Philemon, B. Com (Dar), MBA (Makerere), Licentiate of Philosophy (Umea), PhD
(Dar)

Assistant Lecturer and Assistant Associate Dean Responsible for BBA and Time
Table
Edward Simon, B.Com., MBA, (Dar), CPA (T)

Senior Lecturer and Coordinator of Research and Publications
M.J. Assad, B.Com (Dar), PDA, M.A. in Fin Control (Dublin City), Ph.D. (Southampton),
CPA (T)

Lecturer and Deputy Coordinator of Research and Publications
D. Jani, B.Sc. (SUA), MBA (Dar), Ph.D. (Dong-A, South Korea)

Lecturer and Manager, Planning, Investment and Finance
E.M. Richard, B.Com (Dar), MBA (Makerere), Licentiate of Philosophy (Umea), Ph.D.
(Dar)

Assistant Lecturer and Manager Management Development and Consultancy
Bureau
*T. A. Swai, B.Com., MBA (Dar), PGD [Financial Management] (MSM);

Lecturer and Coordinator Career Advice Placement and Practical Training Bureau
F. Michael, Dip. (Ed.) (Marangu), B.A. (Pub. Adm.), MBA (Dar), Licentiate of Philosophy
(Umea), SPGD in Law, Ph.D. (Dar)

Assistant Lecturer and Deputy Coordinator Career Advice Placement and Practical
Training Bureau
D. Rwehikiza, B.Com., MITL (Dar)

Principal Administrative Officer
T. Mussa BA (PSPA)

DEPARTMENT OF ACCOUNTING
Lecturer and Acting Head
H. Chalu, B.Com., MBA, (Dar), Licentiate of Philosophy (Umea), Ph.D. (Dar)

Associate Professors
++ S.S. Temu, B.Com (Dar); MBA (Berlin West); Ph.D. (Bremen); CPA(T)
E. Kitindi, Dip. BA, B.Com. (Dar); MBA (KU Leuven); PhD (WU Wien); CPA (T)


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Senior Lecturers
M.J. Assad, B.Com (Dar); PDA, M.A [ Fin Control] (Dublin City); Ph.D. (Southampton),
CPA (T)
M.I. Nchimbi, B.Com (Dar); M.A [Fin Control] (Dublin City); Ph.D. (Dar)
J. King'ori, B.Com (Dar); MBA (Leuven); PhD (Illinois); CPA (T)

Lecturers
L. Melyoki, B.Com (Dar), MBA, Ph.D (Twente), CPA (T)
M.S. Masoud, BBS (Accounting) (IUIU), M. Sc. [Finance] (Strathclyde), Licentiate of
Philosophy (Umea), Ph.D. (Dar)
H. Chalu, B.Com., MBA (Dar), Licentiate of Philosophy (Umea), PhD (Dar)
S.Issa, Bcom(Dar), MBA(Dar), Phd(Southampton), CPA(T)

Assistant Lecturers
*H. Thomas, B.Com. MBA (Dar)
*J. Malagila, B. Com., MBA (Dar), CPA (T)
++ A. Selemani, B.Com., MBA (Dar), CPA (T)
E. Simon, B.Com., MBA, (Dar), (CPA) (T)
*D. N. Mahangila, B.Com, MBA (Dar), (CPA) (T).
J. Suluo, B.Com, MBA (Dar), (CPA) (T)
*L. Mbelwa, B.Com, MBA (Dar)
C. Masanja, B.Com, MIT (Dar), (CPA) (T)
P. Ambege, B.Com (Dar), CPA (T)
V. Bahati, B. Com, MBA (Dar), CPA (T)
J. Bazil, B.Com. (Dar), M. Sc .(Logistics) (MOLDE)
P. Mbwile, B.Com. MBA (Dar)
M. Mlundachuma, B. Com (Dar), MBA (Dar), CPA (T)

Tutorial Assistants
*M. Wilson, B.Com. (Dar)
*O. Zuberi, B.Com. (Dar)

DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE
Senior Lecturer and Head
E. K. Ishengoma, B.Com (Dar), MBA (Twente), Ph.D. (Leipzig)

Associate Professor
M.M. Chijoriga, B.Com (Dar), MBA (K.U. Leuven), Ph.D. (Wu Vienna)

Senior Lecturers
E. Minja, B. Com (Dar), MBA (Nairobi), Ph.D. (Oklahoma State University), CPA (T)
M.D. Baisi, B.Com (Dar), MBA (Antwerp), MBA (Florida) Ph.D. (Dar) E. K. Ishengoma,
B.Com (Dar), MBA (Twente), Ph.D. (Leipzig)

Lecturers


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D. R. V .B. Lwiza, B.com (Dar), MBF (Finafrica, Milan), MBA (New Mexico), Dip. Econ. Sc.,
Dip. Banking and Finance (El, Colorado), PGD Res. Meth. (Sheffield Hallam), Ph.D. (East
London)
E.M. Richard, B.Com (Dar), MBA (Makerere), Licentiate of Philosophy (UMEA) PhD
(Dar)
N. Mori, B.Com., MBA (Dar), PhD.

Assistant Lecturers
*E. Mkwizu, B.Sc. (BVU-India), MBA (Dar)
*R. Robert, B. Com., MBA (Dar)
*T. A. Swai, B.Com., MBA (Dar), PGD [Financial Management] (MSM);
M. Ilomo, B.Com, MIT (Dar)
*A. Abdul, B.Com, MBA (Dar)
G. Martin, B.Com, M.A. [Economics] (Dar) J. Kimario, B.Com, MBA (Dar)
T. Busagara B.Com., MBA (Dar)
E. Joseph, B.Com., MBA (Dar)

Tutorial Assistants
*N. Robert, B. Com (Dar), CPA (T)


DEPARTMENT OF GENERAL MANAGEMENT

Lecturer and Head
S.S. Kessy, B.A., PGD [Pov. Analy.] (ISS); MBA (Dar), Licentiate of Philosophy (Umea),
Ph.D. (Dar)

Senior Lecturers
U.O.L. Mbamba, B.Sc. Eng. (Dar), MBA (Nairobi), Licentiate of Philosophy (Umea), Ph.D
(Dar)
B.B. Mutagwaba, B.Sc. (Dar), M.A., PhD (Washington D.C)

Lecturers
E. Tumsifu, B.Sc. (SUA), MIS (Dar), Licentiate of Philosophy (Umea), Ph.D. (Dar)
F. Michael, Dip. (Ed.) (Marangu), B.A. (Pub. Adm.), MBA (Dar), Licentiate of Philosophy
(Umea), SPGD in Law, Ph.D. (Dar)
S.S. Kessy, B.A., PGD [Pov. Analy.] (ISS); MBA (Dar), Licentiate of Philosophy (Umea),
Ph.D. (Dar) W. Mboya, B.A. [Ed.], MBA (Dar), Licentiate of Philosophy (Umea), Ph.D.
(Dar)
*P.S. Magai, B.Sc. URP, MIT (Dar)

Assistant Lecturers
A.S. Kayamba, Dipl. Ed. (Dar), M. Sc. (Varna)
*G. Salema, B.Sc. (SUA), MBA (Dar)
*K. Swabiri, B.Com., MBA (Dar)
*T. Dominic, B.Sc. (SUA), MBA (Dar) M. Nkuba, B.Sc. (UCLAS), MBA (Dar)
*D. Rwehumbiza , B.Sc. (UCLAS) MBA (Dar)
*K. Ranger, B. Com (Dar) M. Sc (Logistics) (MOLDE)


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*J. J. Masele, B.Sc. (SUA), MIS (Dar)
*J. J. Sanga, B.Ed, MBA (Dar)
G. Magova, B.om., MBA (Dar), CPSP (T) G. Tinali, B.Com, MITL (Dar), CPSP (T)
W. Victor, B.Com (Dar), MBA (Dar)

DEPARTMENT OF MARKETING

Lecturer and Head
I.S. Allan, B.Com (Dar), MBA (Twente), Ph.D. (Dar)

Professor
L.H. K. Rutashobya, B. A., M.A., PhD (Dar), Dip. Export Mktg. (Helsinki)

Associate Professor
++F.A.S.T Matambalya, B.Com (Dar), M.Sc. (Johannes Kepler), PhD (Ru Bochum)

Senior Lecturers
G.M. Lindi, B.Com (Dar), M.Com (Strathclyde), Dip. Export Mktg. (Helsinki), Ph.D. (Wu
Wien)
L.J. Mwaipopo, B.Sc., MBA (Dar), Ph.D (Nebraska)
L.M. Mboma, Dip. B. Admin (CBE), B.A., MBA (Dar), Ph.D. (Strathclyde) W. Anderson, B.
Com., MBA (Dar), MTEE., Ph.D. (Balearics)

Lecturers
I.S. Allan, B.Com (Dar), MBA (Twente), Ph.D. (Dar)
O. K. Mbura, B. Com., MBA (Dar), M.A (The Hague), Licentiate of Philosophy (Umea),
Ph.D (Dar) G. Charles, B.Com. MBA (Dar), Licentiate of Philosophy (Umea), Ph.D. (Dar)
J. Philemon, B. Com (Dar), MBA (Makerere), Licentiate of Philosophy (Umea), PhD
(Dar) D. Jani, B.Sc. (SUA), MBA (Dar), Ph.D. (Dong-A, South Korea)

Assistant Lecturers
*N.S Maliva, B.Com (OUT), MBA (Dar) P. Kanje, B.Com, MBA (Dar)
G. Gandye B.Com, MIT (Dar)
M. Semkunde, B.Com, MIT (Dar)
*S. Robert, BSc, (UCLAS), MIT (Dar)
*F.P. Okangi, (BSc. BE, MIT (Dar)
W. Nguni, B.Com (Dar), MITL (Molde)
D. Rwehikiza, B.Com., MITL (Dar)
F. George, B.Com Tourism Management (Makerere), MSc. Marketing Management
(Mzumbe)
* On study leave
++ On leave without pay

Administrative Staff
Principal Administrative Officer
T. Mussa BA (PSPA)

Career Couseling Centre Office


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J.B. Lazaro, Adv Dipl in Accountancy (Arusha), MBA-International Business (Coventry)

Assistant Manager, Career Counseling Centre
S.M. Karamagi, B.Sc - MIS, B.A. - International Relations (Minnesota); MBA (Kansas)

Programme Officer, Monitoring and Evaluation
J.J. Baitaini, Bachelor of Laws (LLB Hons) (KIU-Uganda)

Project Officer
C. Chulla Nyoni, B.A. [Sociology], (Dar)

Administrative Assistant I
M. Hassan, CTL (Dar), Dipl in Secr. Duties, BBA (Dar)

Accountant
E. C. Mbekomize, BCom (Dar); CPA (T)

Assistant Accountant - I
M. Y. Mussa, Diploma in Accountancy (CBE)

Assistant Accountant
B. Mgaya, ADA (CBE), PGD-Finance (IFM)

Systems Administrator
A. Charos, B.Sc. in Electr. Science and Communications, (Dar)

Senior Assistant Procurement Officer
E. W. Buoilipili DBA, ADPS

OMS I
F. Msangi, Secretarial course, Advanced Computer Course, Diploma in Office
Management and Administration
S. Dege, Secretarial Course, Advanced Computer Course
N. Senyoni, Secretarial Course, Advanced Computer Course
L. Rushomesa, Secretarial Course, Advanced Computer Course

OMS II
J. Mgaya, Secretarial course, Advanced Computer Course, Diploma in Office Management
and Administration

Higher Clerical Officer I
M. Rangi, Clerical Induction Course

Library Assisstant
A. Mchome, Form VI

Senior Driver I
E. Msaki, Form IV


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Office Assisstant
Z. Rafii

Driver
J. J. Kagwebe

* On Study Leave
** On Sabbatical Leave



UNIVERSITY OF DAR ES SALAAM SCHOOL OF EDUCATION

OFFICE OF THE DEAN
Senior Lecturer and Dean
H. A. Dachi, B.A. [Ed.], M.A (Dar); Ph.D. (Bristol)

Senior Lecturer and Associate Dean
A. Komba, B.Sc (Ed), M.A (Ed) (Dar), PhD (Bath)

Lecturer and Coordinator of postgraduate studies officer
B. Kanukisya, Cert. Ed. IIIA (Tukuyu TC), Dip in Ed. (Mtwara TC), BED (ADE) (Dar),
M.Phil. CIE, PhD (Oslo)

Lecturer and Director, Center for Educational Research and Professional Development
M. Vuzo, B.A. (Ed.) (Dar), M.Phil., Ph.D (Oslo)

Examinations Office
Lecturer and Examinations officer
D. Phumbwe, B.A (Ed), M.A. (Ed) (Dar), PhD (Bristol)
Assistant lecturer and assistant examinations officer
B.Mbughi, B.Ed (ADE), MA Ed (Dar)


Principal Administrative Officer
L. Kingalu, CAHRM (PLU), ADHRM (Manchester), MAHRM (Westminster)

Senior Administrative Officer
**M. Madeni, B.A, M.A. (Dar)
**P. Muga B.A, M.A. (Dar)

Office Supervisor

Librarian/Senior Administrative Officer
A.D. Kessy, Cert in Librarianship (TLS) (DSM); Cert. Computerization (Bangkok); B.A.
[PSPA] (Dar).




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DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY AND CURRICULUM STUDIES
Lecturer and Head of Department
E. Kafanabo B.Sc. (Ed.) (Dar); M.Sc (Ed) (Twente); Ph.D (Pretoria)

Professors
A. Njabili, B.Sc [Ed] (EA); M.Ed (Califonia); Ph.D (Hull)

Associate Professors
A.S. Mbise, B.A (Ed), M.A. (Dar); M.A. (Columbia); Ph.D. (Alberta)
M.K. Possi, Dip (Ed.), B.A. (Ed), M.A. (Dar); M.A. (Special Ed.) (Ball State); Ph.D (Ohio
State), Post Doc. Social Medicine (Harvard)

Senior Lecturer
R. Sima, Dip. Ed, B.A (Ed) (Dar); M.A (Counseling) (Keele); Ph.D (Manchester)
J.K. Katabaro, Dip. Ed. (Morogoro), B.Ed., M.S. (Dar), Ph.D. (Cambridge)
F. Tungaraza, B.A. (Ed), M.A. (Ed) (Dar); M.A (Special Ed), Ph.D. (Ohio State)
K.A.K. Mkumbo, B.Sc. (Ed), M.A (ASP) (Dar); Ph.D (Southampton)
F.N. Tilya, B.Sc (Dar), Post Grad. Dipl. Elect (Eindhoven); M.Sc. (Eng.) (Carleton); M.Sc.,
Ph.D (Twente).

Lecturers
M.A. Levira, Teacher Certificate (Korogwe); Dipl. (Ed.), B.A [Ed] (Dar); M.A, Ph.D.
(Concordia)
M.W. Mboya, B.A (Ed), M.A. (Arizona); Ph.D. (Alberta)
G. Koda, Dip. Ed. (London); M. Ed. (Cardiff); PhD (Dar)
E.J. Kafanabo B.Sc. (Ed.) (Dar); M.Sc (Ed) (Twente); Ph.D (Pretoria)
M. Vuzo, B.A. (Ed.) (Dar), M.Phil., Ph.D (Oslo)
W. Maro, B. Ed., M.Ed. Sc. (Dar)



Assistant Lecturers
*Y. M. Magong'ho, B.A. Ed. (Psych) M.A.(ASP) (Dar)
*V.N. *Anney, Dip. Ed., B.Ed, M.Ed. [Sc.]
*R. Shukia, Dip. Ed (Mpwapwa TC); B.Ed. (Psych), (Dar) M.A.(ASP) (Dar)
*C. Mauki, B.A (Ed), M.A.(ASP) (Dar)
*A. Kimaro, Dip. Ed. (Mpwapwa); B. Ed, M.A (ED) (Dar)
*I. Nzima, B.A. (Dar), PGDE (Dar), M.A (Ed) (Dar)
*B. Rushahu, B.Ed (Psych), MA Ed (Dar)
S. Ezekiel, B.Ed (Psych), MAASP (Dar)
J. Mkongo, B.Ed (Psych), MAASP (Dar)
S. Lyakurwa, B.Ed (Psych), MAASP (Dar)
J. Abdallah, B.Ed (Arts), MA (Linguistics)
L. Morwo, B. Ed (Sc.), M.ED Sc (Dar)
B. Kayombo, B. Ed (Psych), MAASP (Dar

Mlimani Pre-School
Hanifa K.F. Mponji, Dip. Ed. (Marangu); B.A [Ed.) (Dar) M.A (Ed) (Dar)


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Mary Anicet, Cert. IIIA (Tabora TTC); Cert. Early Childhood Dev. (St. Mary's T.T.C.)
Sophia Ibrahim, Cert. IIIA (Dodoma)
Beatrice Komu, Cert. IIIA (Mtwara); Cert. Early Childhood Dev. (Montessori)
Mwasharifa Ismail, Cert. IIIA (Mwanza); Cert. Early Childhood Dev. (Butimba TTC)
Mary Ngoda, Cert. Early Childhood Dev. (Montessori)
Erica Stephen, Cert. Early Childhood Dev. (Montessori)

Special Education Unit
*A. Nsimbila, B. Sc (Ed) Dar; Certificate in Special Educ. (the Blind - Tabora)
G. Singo, Dip. Ed (Mkwawa); Cert. in Special Educ. (the deaf - Tabora); Cert. Sign
Language (Kampala)
J. Mbago - Dip. Ed (Monduli); Cert. in Special Educ. (the blind - Patandi Arusha)

DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATIONS, MANAGEMENT AND LIFELONG
LEARNING

Senior Lecturer and Head of Department
J. Ishengoma, M.A (Dar), Ph.D (New York)

Professors
A.G. Ishumi, B.A [EA]; Ed.M (Harvard); Ph.D. (Dar)
H.J. Mosha, B.A. [Ed.] M.A. (Dar); Ph.D. (Alberta); Dr. Honoris Cause (NUSPE, Oslo)
J.C.J. Galabawa, B.Sc (Ed.), M.A (Dar); M.Sc (Econ.) (The Hague); Ph.D. (Alberta)

Associate Professors
V.M. Mlekwa, Dip. in Adult Education (IAE); B.Ed., M.A. (Dar); Ed.D (Bristol)
E.P. Bhalalusesa, Dip. in Adult Ed. (IEA); B.Ed., M.A. (Dar); Ed. D (Bristol)
W.A.L Anangisye, B.A. Ed, M.A (Dar); Ph.D (Edinburgh)


Senior Lecturers
H. A. Dachi, B.A. [Ed.], M.A (Dar); Ph.D. (Bristol)
J. Ishengoma, M.A (Dar), Ph.D (New York)
A. Komba, B.Sc (Ed), M.A (Ed) (Dar), PhD (Bath)


Lecturers
D. Phumbwe, B.A (Ed), M.A. (Ed) (Dar) PhD ( )
B. Kanukisya, Cert. Ed. IIIA (Tukuyu TC) Dip in Ed (Mtwara TC), BED (ADE) (Dar), M.Phil.
CIE, PhD (Oslo)

Assistant Lecturers
2
L. Mahai, Dip Ed., (Morogoro), B.Ed. (ADE), M.A (Ed) (Dar)


2
On Study Leave


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*G.L. Kahangwa, Cert. Ed. (Dar) B.A (Ed), M.A. (Ed) (Dar)
*A. Luhogi, Dip.Ed (Dar Teachers College); Dip. Philosophy & Religion (Nairobi); B.A, M.A
(Zimbabwe)
*A.N. Kamando, Dip. Ad. Ed. (IAE); B.Ed (ADE), M.A. (Ed) (Dar)
*M.J.D. Mwaikokesya, Dip. ADE (IAE); B.Ed, M.A.(Ed) (Dar)
*M. Matonya, B.Ed, M.A (Ed) (Dar)
*M.A. Mislay, Dip. Ed. (Marangu); B.A. (Ed); MEMA (Dar)
*R.M. Boniface, B.Ed (Com), MEMA (Dar)
*A. Sarakikya, Dip. Ed. (Monduli); B.A. (Edu), M.A. (Ed) (Dar)
*T. Ndeskoi, Dip. Ed. (Marangu); B.A (Ed), M.A. (Ed) (Dar)
*R.K. Hyera, Dip. Ed. (Korogwe); B.Ed (Arts), M.A. (Ed) (Dar)
*J. Pesambili, B.A.Ed, MA Ed (Dar)
B. Mbughi, B.Ed (ADE), MA Ed (Dar)
Y. S, William, B.Ed (Com), MEMA (Dar)

PHYSICAL EDUCATION AND SPORT SCIENCES UNIT
Lecturer and Head
C.N. Maro, B.Ed (PESC) (Dar); MSc (NUSPE); Dip. Soccer Coaching (NUSPE) (Oslo); PhD (NSSS, Oslo)

Senior Lecturers
H.S. Ndee, Dip. Ed. (Kleruu); M.Sc (Ed) (Stockholm); M.A (Pedagogics) (Moscow); Ph.D (Strachclyde)

Lecturers
C.N. Maro, B.Ed (PESC) (Dar); MSc (NUSPE); Dip. Soccer Coaching (NUSPE) (Oslo); PhD
(NSSS, Oslo)

Assistant Lecturers
S. Mabagala, B.Ed, M.A. (Ed) (Dar)
*J. Tiboroha, B.Ed (PESC) (Dar); MSc (NUSPE)
*D.J. Marwa, Dip. Ed (Marangu); B.Ed (PESC), M.A.(Ed) (Dar) *J.S. *Ndabi, B.Ed, M.A (Ed)
(Dar)
*I.N. Pangani, Dip. Ed (Monduli), B.Ed (PESC) (Dar), M.A. (Ed) (Dar)
*J.D. Kazungu, Dip. Ed (Morogoro); B.Ed [PESC] (Dar), MAEd (Dar)

Tutorial Assistants
*J. Siayi, B.Ed (PESC) (Dar).
*J. Mlay, B.Ed (PESC), (Dar)

Technical Staff
D. Vicent, Cert. Machenical (Dar); [Dip.Comp.Science] (Dar)
H.O. Gulumo, Cert. Life Saving & Coaching (Dar)
O.S. Mteti, Cert. life Saving & Coaching (Dar)
C. M.Kaundi, Cert. Life Saving & Coaching (Dar)
N. B. Kiunsi, B.Ed (PESC) (Dar)
L.A. Gomoka Advanced Dipl (Athletics)





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UNIVERSITY OF DAR ES SALAAM SCHOOL OF LAW

OFFICE OF THE DEAN
Associate Professor and Dean
B.S. Rutinwa, LL.B. (Dar), LL.M (Queens) Ph.D. (Oxford).

Senior Lecturer and Associate Dean
T. Ackson, LL.B; LL.M. (Dar), Ph.D. (UCT)

Senior Administrative Officer II
C. W. Lyimo (Mrs), Certificate International Development Studies (Oslo), B.A. (Sociology),
M.A (DS) (Dar)

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC LAW
Lecturer and Ag Head of Department
J. Masabo, LL.B., LL.M. (Dar), Ph.D. (UCT)

Associate Professors
L.P. Shaidi, LL.B., LL.M., Ph.D. (Dar)
**S.E. Mchome, LL.B (Dar), LL.M. (Queens), Ph.D. (Dar)
** I.H. Juma, LL.B (Dar), LL.M (London), M.I.I. (Lund), Ph.D. (Ghent)

Senior Lecturers
**A.K.I.J. Mlimuka, LL.B., LL.M. (Dar), LL.M., Dip. In Int. Law (The Hague) Dr. Jur.
(Hamburg)
**A.R. Migiro, LL.B., LL.M (Dar), Dr. Jur. (Konstanz)
T. Ackson, LL.B, LL.M (Dar) Ph.D. (UCT)
K.C. Kamanga, LL.M in EU Law (Amsterdam), LL.M. (Ph.D) (Patrice Lumumba)
K. Gastorn, LL.B, LL.M. (Dar), Dr. Jur. (Bayreuth)

Lecturers
A. Khajoth, LL.M., M.A., Mass.Com., M.L.L. SC., PGDCMP., Ph.D. (Osmania)
Z.N. Lukumay LL.B; LL.M. Ph.D (Dar)
J. Masabo, LL.B., LL.M. (Dar), Ph.D. (UCT)

Assistant Lecturers
Iddi R. Mandi, LL.B., LL.M. (Dar)
J. Odhiambo, LL.B., LL.M (Dar)
*L. Eusebio (Ms), LL.B., LL.M (Dar)
H. Kitta, LL.B., LL.M. (Dar)
A. Rwegasira, LL.B., LL.M (Dar)
J.M.B. Mhozya, LL.B. LL.M (Dar)
S.Jabba LL.B., LL.M (Dar)
B. Luhende, LL.B. (Dar)

DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMIC LAW
Associate Professor and Head of Department


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L.X. Mbunda, LL.B, LL.M. (Dar), Dip. In Human Rights Law (Lund, Sweden); Ph.D.
(Northeastern)

Professors
G.M. Fimbo LL.B. (E.A.), LL.M. (London, Ph.D. (Dar)
J.L. Kanywanyi, LL.B. (E.A.), LL.M. (Berkely), Ph.D. (Dar)

Associate Professor
N.N.N. Nditi, LL.B, LL.M., Ph.D. (Dar)
F.D.A.M Luoga, LL.B (Dar), LL.M. (Queens Canada), M.I.I. (Lund), Ph.D. (Warwick)

Senior Lecturer
C.K. Mtaki, LL.B, LL.M (Dar), Ph.D (Ghent)
A.M. Mapunda, LL.B, LL.M (Dar), Ph.D. (Warwick)

Lecturer
R.A. Mwaipopo, LL.B. (Dar), Dip. In Legal Studies (Manchester), LL.M. (Manchester) Ph.D.
(Dar)
S. Mwakaje, LL.B., LL.M. (Dar)

Assistant Lecturers
B. Malima, LL.B., LL.M. (Dar)
*D. Daniel, LL.B, LL.M. (Dar)
*D. Shayo, LL.B., LL.M (Dar)
*I. Mshana, LL.B., LL.M. (Dar)
*Jesse, LL.B, LL.M. (Dar), LL.M (Notre Dame)
M. Perfect, LL.B., LL.M. (Dar)
* M. Tairo, LL.B., LL.M. (Dar)
* T.Semu, LL.B., LL.M. (Dar)
*O. Michael, LL.B., LL.M. (Dar)
**B. Lemmy, LL.B., LL.M (Dar)
* S.F. Materu LL.B. (Dar), LL.M (UCT)
N.S. Sehewa LL.B., LL.M. (Dar)

Tutorial Assistants
E. Nyika LL.B (Dar)

DEPARTMENT OF PRIVATE LAW
Associate Professor and Head of Department
H.I. Majamba, LL.B. (Dar), LL.M. (Queens), PhD (Northeastern)

Professor
C.M. Peter, LL.B, LL.M. (Dar), Dr. Jur. (Konstanz)

Associate Professors
P.J. Kabudi, LL.B., LL.M. (Dar), Dr. Jur. (FU Berin)
B.S. Rutinwa, LL.B. (Dar), LL.M. (Queens), Ph.D. (Oxford)
M.S. Hussain, M.A. (Osmania), M.I.I.S. (Madras), LL.M., Ph.D. (Osmania)


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B.T. Mapunda LL.B., LL.M. (Dar), Dr. Jur. (Konstanz)

Senior Lecturers
R. Tenga, LL.B., LL.M. (Dar), LL.M. (J.S.D. Cornell), Ph.D. (Ghent)
B.T. Mapunda, LL.B., LL.M. (Dar), Ph.D. (Ghent)

Assistant Lecturers
* R. Kanyabuhinya, LL.B., LL.M. (Dar)
* M. Cleophace, LL.B., LL.M (Dar)
A. Gonzi, LL.B., LL.M. (Dar)
* A. Omari (Ms.) LL.B., LL.M. (Dar)
* T. Mwenegoha (Ms) LL.B, LL.M. (Dar)
* M.V. Mhina LL.B., LL.M. (Dar)
* M. Laurean, LL.B., LL.M. (Dar)
* E. Longopa LL.B., LL.M. (Dar)
Mwiburi A. Juma, LL.B. (Dar)
Sabby Francis, LL.B. (Dar)
Kiwory Godluck, LL.B. (Dar)

Tutorial Assistant
N. Praygod
* On Study Leave
** On Leave without pay


SCHOOL OF JOURNALISM AND MASS COMMUNICATION

OFFICE OF THE DEAN
Senior Lecturer and Dean
Dr. H. F. Makoye BA, MA (Dar), PhD. (Legon)

Senior Lecturer and Associate Dean
M. Andindilile B.A., M.A. (Dar), M.A. (City, London), Mphil, Ph.D. (Fordham)

Professor
Akpabio B.A. (Calabar), M.Sc. (Lagos), Ph.D. (Uyo)

Lecturers
A. Rioba, B.A. (Mass Comm.) (Makerere), M.A.(Jour.) (Cardiff), Ph.D. (Tampere)
J. Karugendo, B.A. (Daystar), M.A. (Daystar), Ph.D. (Concordia)

Assistant Lecturers
E. Mrutu, Teachers Cert., Dipl. AE (Marangu), B.A.(Ed.)(Dar), Post Grad. Dipl. (Mass
Comm.) (Nairobi), M.A.(Jour) (City University)
*I.M. Mtuwa, M.A. (Picture Photography and Film - USSR)
*G. Kamfipo, Teachers Cert., Dipl. Edu, B.Ed. (ADE), M.A. (Ling.) (Dar)
*D. Kaijanangoma, B.A. (SAUTI), M.A. (Daystar)
Issa A. Mbura, B.A., M.A. (Dar)


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E. Ngelela, B.A., M.A. (Dar)
J. Rugaika, B.A. (SAUTI), M.A. (Cardiff)
S. Ndibalema, B.A., MBA., (Dar)
M. Zacharia, B.A., (Dar), M.A. (Daystar)
A. Katunzi, B.A., (Dar), M.A. (Makerere)
E.A. Mkoko, B.A. (Dar), M.A. (Rhodes)
D. Makukula, B.A., M.A. (Dar)
*N. Mfaume, B.A. (Islamic Univ., Uganda), PGD, (Dar),M.A. (Makerere)
Z. Selemani, B.A. (Dar), M.A. (Peace, Costa Rica)

Instructors
C.R. Irigo, B.Sc. (Dar), Post Grad. Cert. in Comm./Broadcast Journalism (USA)
E. Solomon, B.A. (Mass Comm.)(Makerere)

Principal Administrative Officer
J. Lyimo, B.A. (Dar), PGD (IFM)

Library Administrative Officer
M.M. Fadhili, Cert. in Librarianship (Dar), Dipl. in Librarianship and Documentation
(Bagamoyo)

Librarian
C. Nchimbi, Diploma Lib. Archives Documentation (Bagamoyo)

INSTITUTE OF DEVELOPMENT STUDIES (IDS)

OFFICE OF THE DIRECTOR
Senior Lecturer and Director
Dr. A.A. Komba BSc (Eng.) India MA( Dar ). Ph.D. (George Washington)

Associate Director
E. Niboye, B.Ed Sc. (Dar), Grad Dip Env. Man & Development (Australian National
University), Dr.rer.Soc. OEC (Johannes Kepler University, Linz)

Professors
G. Mpangala, B.A (Ed), E.A. College Dar, MA (Dar) PhD (Leipzig)
H. Mlawa, BA, MA. (Dar), M.Phil, D.Phil. (Sussex)
S. Rugumamu, BA, MA. (Dar), PhD (Maryland)
S. Ngware, BA, MA. (Dar), PhD (Minnesota)

Associate Professor
S.E. Chambua, BSc, M.A (Dar) PhD (Carleton)
I. F. Shao, BA, MA, PhD (Dar)
B.O. Koda, BA, MA, PhD (Dar),
B.S. Mongula, BA, MA (Dar), M.A (Carleton) PhD (Dar)
P.C.L. Kamuzora, BA, MA (Dar) MA (H.M.PP) PhD (Leeds)

Senior Lecturer


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A. A. Komba, BSc Eng (India) M.A (Dar) PhD (George Washington University)
R. Shayo, BA, MA. (Dar), PhD (Manchester)
E. Niboye, B.Ed Sc. (Dar), Grad Dip Env. Man & Development (Australian National
University, Dr.rer.Soc. OEC (Johannes Kepler University, Linz
M. Ngaiza, BA, MLS (Southborough), MA., PhD (Dar)
R. Mhamba, BA, MA (Dar), Lic.rer.reg (Techn, Univ. Of Karlsruhe Germany), PhD (Dar)
C.A. Kamugisha, BA (Ed), MA, PhD (Dar),
J. Kiduanga, BSc, MSc. (Moscow) PhD (Dar)
E. Mwaigomole, BA, MA (Dar), Dip. (Econ) (Warsaw), MA, PhD (Kobe, Japan)
E.W. Dungumaro, BSc Ed, MA Demography (Dar), PhD (Hitotsubashi Japan)

Lecturers
C. Msoka, BA (ECon), MA (Demography) (Dar), PhD (Minnesota)
S. Maluka, BA, MA (Dar), PhD

Assistant Lecturers
C. Ngindo, BA, MA (Dar)
S. Mbirigenda, Dip (CUEA, NRB), BA (Urbaniana, NRB) MA (Dar)
L. Mutasingwa, BA, MA (Dar),
L. Sarakikya, BA (USIU Nairobi), MA (ECU University)
R. Ndesanjo, BA, MSc (Dar)
R.Leonia, Dip Ed (Marangu TTC), BED Psyc. (Dar) MA (GEM) (Dar)
P. Erasto, B.A. (Dar), M.A. (Seoul)
H. Makundi Bsc. Hons, PGD (Dar), MSc (Sussex)
P. Japhet, B.A, MA DS (Dar)

Senior Administrative Officer
B. Alexander B.A (Dar)

Librarian
Ibrahim Abdallah, Dipl. (SLADS)

THE INSTITUTE OF KISWAHILI STUDIES (IKS)

OFFICE OF THE DIRECTOR
Associate Professor and Acting Director
Y.P. Msanjila, BA (Ed) (Dar), MA (Lancaster), Ph.D. (Dar)

Lecturer and Associate Director
P. S. Malangwa, BA(Ed) (Dar), MA (Dar), Ph.D (Dar)

DEPARTMENT OF KISWAHILI LANGUAGE AND LINGUISTICS

Associate Professor and Acting Head of Department
Y.I. Rubanza, BA, (Ed), MA (Dar); Ph.D. (Michigan State)

Professors
D.J. Mkude BA (Ed) (Dar), PhD (London)


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D.P.B. Massamba, BA (ED), MA (Dar); MA, Ph.D. (Indiana, USA)

Associate Professors
Y.I. Rubanza, BA, (Ed), MA (Dar); Ph.D. (Michigan State)
Y.P. Msanjila, BA (Ed) (Dar), MA (Lancaster), Ph.D. (Dar)

Senior Lecturer
E.K.F. Chiduo, Dip. Ed. (Moro.), BA (Ed.) MA (Dar); ME (Columbia), Ed.D (Columbia)

Lecturer
G. Mrikaria, B.A (Philol.), MA (Philol.), Ph.D (Moscow)
P. Malangwa, BA(Ed) (Dar), MA (Dar), Ph.D (Dar)

Assistant Lecturers
R.A. Chipila, BA (Ed), MA (Dar)
T. Mpemba, BA (Ed.,) MA (Dar)
R. Peterson, BA (Ed), MA (Dar), MPh (Oslo)
M. M. Hans, BEd (Arts), MA (Dar)
M.M. Shembilu, BEd (Arts), (Dar), MA (Dar)
G.E. Katikiro, BA (Ed.) (Dar), MA (Dar)
J. Hakimu, BA (Ed.) (Dar), MA (Dar)
A. Buberwa, BA (Ed.) (Dar), MA (Dar)
A. Gawasike, BA (Ed.) (Dar), MA (Dar)
Z. Isack, BA (Ed.) (Dar), MA (Dar)
M. Ngunguti BA (Ed.) (Dar), MA (Dar)
M. Mashauri BA (Ed.) (Dar), MA (Dar)




DEPARTMENT OF KISWAHILI LITERATURE, COMMUNICATION AND PUBLICATIONS
Professor and Ag. Head of Department
Prof. M.M. Mulokozi BA (Ed), MA (Dar), PhD, (Dar)

Associate Professor
F.E.M.K. Senkoro, BA. (Hon) (Ed.) M.A. (Dar) M.A., PhD (Dar)

Senior Lecturers
A. K. Mutembei, BA [Ed.] M.A (Dar); M.A; Ph.D (Leiden, Netherlands)
*S.S. Sewangi, BA [Ed.](Dar), M.A (Nairobi), Ph.D (Helsinki)

Lecturers
S. E. Mrikaria, B.A. (Philol.) MA [Philol.] Ph.D (Moscow)
S. Omari, B.A. (Ed) M.A. (Dar) Ph.D (Dar)
E.S. Mosha, B.A. (Ed) (Dar), MA (Dar), Ph.D (Waikato, New Zealand)

Assistant Lecturers
Ms. E. Lyimo, BA [Ed.] M.A (Dar), MA (Dar)


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Mr. A. Mnenuka, BA [Ed.] MA, (Dar)
Ms. J. Bulaya, BA [Ed.] M.A (Dar)
Ms. E. Mahenge, BA [Ed.] M.A (Dar)
Mr. T. Ramadhani, B.A [Dar), MA (Dar)
Ms. G. Henry, B.A. [Dar], MA (Dar)
Ms. A. Nicholaus B.A [Dar], MA (Dar)
Mr. L. Flavian B.A [Dar], MA (Dar)
Mr. L. Herman B.A [Dar], MA (Dar)
Mr. K. Msemwa B.A [Dar], MA (Dar)
Ms. Z. Daniel B.A [Dar], MA (Dar)

*On Secondment

INSTITUTE OF MARINE SCIENCES

OFFICE OF THE DIRECTOR
Associate Professor and Director
D. C. P. Masalu, B.Sc.(Geol)(Dar), B.Sc.(Comp.Sci.)(AICS), M.Sc.(Geophysics)(Tokyo)
D.Sc.(Geophysics)(Tokyo)

Senior Lecturer and Associate Director
Y.W. Shaghude, B.Sc. (Geol) (Dar), Adv, Dip Marine Affairs (Dalhousie), M.Sc.
(Southampton), Ph.D. (Stockholm)

COORDINATION
Senior Lecturer and Secretary, Research and Publications Committee
M. S. P. Mtolera, B.Sc. MSc. (Dar) M.Sc. (Las Palmas). Ph.D. (Uppsala)

Lecturer and Secretary, Postgraduate Studies Committee
M. Mangora, B.Sc., M.Sc. (SUA), Ph.D (Dar)

Lecturer and Coordinator, Visiting Scientists and Students
M. Shalli, B.Sc., M.Sc. (SUA), Ph.D (Dar)

Senior Lecturer and Head, GIS and Database Management
C. A. Muhando, B.Sc. (Dar) PGD (Fisheries Biology) (Bergen), M.Sc. (Brussels), Ph.D. (Dar)

MARINE BIOLOGY AND RESOURCES MANAGEMENT SECTION
Senior Lecturer and Head of Section
M. S. P. Mtolera, B.Sc. MSc. (Dar) M.Sc. (Las Palmas). Ph.D. (Uppsala)

Senior Lecturers
N. S. Jiddawi, B.Sc. (Dar) M.Sc. (Wales), Ph.D. (Dar)
M. S. P. Mtolera, B.Sc. MSc. (Dar) M.Sc. (Las Palmas). Ph.D. (Uppsala)
M. S. Kyewalyanga, B.Sc. (Dar) M.Sc., Ph.D. (Dalhousie)
C. A. Muhando, B.Sc. (Dar) PGD (Fisheries Biology) (Bergen), M.Sc. (Brussels), Ph.D. (Dar)

Lecturers


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M. Shalli, B.Sc., M.Sc. (SUA), Ph.D (Dar)
S. A. S. Yahya, B.Sc., M.Sc. (Dar), Ph.D (Stockholm)
R. Kitula, B.Sc., M.Sc. (SUA), PhD (SUA)
M. Mangora, B.Sc., M.Sc. (SUA), Ph.D (Dar)
L. J. Chauka, B.Sc. (Dar), M.Sc. (Addis), Ph.D (Dar)

Assistant Lecturer
D. Msangameno, B.Sc. (Dar), M.Sc. (UMB)
Laboratory Scientist
F. E. Msuya, B.Sc (Dar), M.Sc (Kuopio), Ph.D. (Tel Aviv)

PHYSICAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL MARINE SCIENCES SECTION
Senior Lecturer and Head of Section
A. J. Mmochi, B.Sc. (Dar), M.Sc. (Ryukyus), Ph.D. (Dar)

Associate Professors
*A. N. N. Muzuka, B.Sc. (Geol) (Dar), M.Sc. (MUN), Ph.D. (UQAM)
D. C. P. Masalu, B.Sc.(Geol)(Dar), B.Sc.(Comp.Sci.)(AICS), M.Sc.(Geophysics)(Tokyo)
D.Sc.(Geophysics)(Tokyo)

Senior Lecturers
N. Nyandwi, B.Sc. (Geol) (Dar), M.Sc. (Wales), Dr. rer. nat. (Bremen)
S. M. Mohammed, B.Sc. (Dar), M.Sc.(Southampton), Ph.D. (Stockholm)
Y.W. Shaghude, B.Sc. (Geol) (Dar), Adv, Dip Marine Affairs (Dalhousie), M.Sc.
(Southampton), Ph.D. (Stockholm)
A. J. Mmochi, B.Sc. (Dar), M.Sc. (Ryukyus), Ph.D. (Dar)

Lecturers
*M. Chacha, B.Sc. (Dar), M.Sc., Ph.D. (Botswana)

Laboratory Scientists
M. K. Maalim, M.Sc. (Ryukyus), Ph.D. (Ardhi University)


INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY SECTION
Senior Lecturer and Head of Section
C. A. Muhando, B.Sc. (Dar) PGD (Fisheries Biology) (Bergen), M.Sc. (Brussels), Ph.D. (Dar)

Systems Administrator
C. C. Mhagama, B.Sc. (Comp. Sci) (Dar)

SENIOR ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF
Administrative Officer
**E. A. Turuka, B.A. (Dar), M.A. (Michigan)

Accountant and Head of Finance
J. A. Silayo, Accountant, ADA (IFM), CPA(T) (IFM)



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Note * = On leave without pay, ** = On study leave


INSTITUTE OF RESOURCE ASSESSMENT (IRA)

OFFICE OF THE DIRECTOR
Associate Professor and Director
Amos Enock Majule, (IRA) B.Sc. Agric. Hons (SUA), Ph.D. (Reading)

Associate Professor and Associate Director
Faustin P. Maganga, BA Hons; M.A. (Dar), M.Sc. (Zimbabwe), Ph.D. (Roskilde)

Professors
Prof. Pius Yanda, B.Sc.(Hons) Dar,
Idris S. Kikula, B.Sc. Hons; M.Sc. (Dar) Ph.D. (Griffith**
Athanas S. Kauzeni, Dip. Agric; Postgraduate Dip. Agric. Extension (Reading); BSc Agric.;
MSc (West Virginia); Ph.D. (Agricultural Extension) (Dar es Salaam)****

Associate Professors
Agnes Mwakaje, B.Sc. Agric. Hons (SUA); M.Sc. (Reading) Ph.D. (Wye College, London)
Mark Mujwahuzi, B.A (Education) University College DSM University of East Africa. M.A.,
Ph.D, Clark University, USA,
Claude G.M. Mungongo, Dip. Lib. (Makerere), B.A. Hons (Dar), M.A. (Dar), Ph.D.
(Stockholm).****
Faustin P. Maganga, BA Hons; M.A. (Dar), M.Sc. (Zimbabwe), Ph.D. (Roskilde)
Amos Enock Majule, (IRA) B.Sc. Agric. Hons (SUA), Ph.D. (Reading)
Hussein Sosovele, B.A. Hons; M.A. (Dar), Ph.D. (Bremen)
Richard Y.M. Kangalawe, Dip. Crop Prod. (Uyole), B.Sc. Agric. (SUA), M.Sc. (AUN), Ph.D.
(Stockholm).

Senior Lecturers
James G. Lyimo, B.Sc. Agric. (SUA), PGDIP. MNRSA, M.Sc., (AUN), Ph.D. Geography
(Copenhagen)
Emma T. Liwenga, Dip. Crop Prod. (Uyole), B.Sc. Agric. (SUA), M.Sc. (AUN), Ph.D.
(Stockholm).

Lecturers
Hildegard L. Kiwasila, BA Hons (Dar) M.P.H. (North Carolina) PGWSST (Loughborough)*
Catherine Massao, B.Sc.(Gen) UDSM, M.Sc. (Kent Canterbury UK), Ph.D. (SUA)
Florian C. Silangwa, Diploma Education (Korogwe), B.Educ. (Dar), M.A. (Dar), Ph.D.
(Colon, Germany)

Assistant Lecturers
Simon Mwansasu, Visual C++ Programming (QA, UK), B.Sc. Hons; M.Sc. (Pinar Del
Rio,Cuba).
Yusuph Katundu, B.Sc. (SUA), M.Sc. MNRSA(AUN)
Emmanuel E. Hanai, B.Sc. Env. Eng. (UCLAS), MSc. Env. Eng UDSM *
Joseph Perfect, B.Sc. Forestry (SUA), MSc. Dryland(Addis Ababa University) *


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Noah Pauline, B.Sc. Env. Mangt (SUA), MSc. Env. Science (UDSM)*
Victoria Moshy, B.A. (Geog & Env. Studies) UDSM; MA (Geography& Env. Mangt) UDSM*
Madaka Tumbo B.Sc. Env. Management SUA, M.Sc. (NARAM ) UDSM (Environmental
scientist) *
Elikana Kalumanga B.Sc. SUA, M.Sc. NARAM UDSM *
Key:
* On study leave
** Appointed Vice Chancellor, Dodoma University
*** Sabbatical leave
**** On contract