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Prospectus Undergraduate - Teofilo Kisanji University
TEOFILO KISANJI UNIVERSITY
“Training For Better Life”
Undergraduate Prospectus for
2014/2015
Rt. Rev. Alinikisa Cheyo
The Lead Bishop of the Moravian Church in Tanzania, the
Chancellor and Chair of the Board of Trustees of TEKU
Dr. Victoria Kanama
Chairperson of the University Council of Teofilo Kisanji University
EXECUTIVE OFFICERS OF TEOFILO KISANJI
Vice Chancellor
(VC)
Deputy Vice Chancellor
Academic Affairs
DVCAA
Deputy Vice Chancellor
Planning Finance and
Administration
DVCPFA
Welcome to
TEOFILO KISANJI UNIVERSITY (TEKU)
MESSAGE FROM THE VICE CHANCELLOR
Teofilo Kisanji University is owned by the Moravian Church in Tanzania. Its origin is a
Theological College, which was established in the early 1960s. In 2004, the Moravian leaders
decided to transform the Theological College into a University. The University was granted a
certificate of Provisional Registration in April, 2006 and a Certificate of Full Registration in
September 2007. In 2010, the University received a signed charter and rules from the President
of the United Republic of Tanzania.
The University is growing very fast from the enrolment of 255 students in 2006/2007 academic
year to 1,786 (1,189 equivalent to 66.6 percent male and 597 equivalent to 33.4 percent female)
students in 2008/2009 academic year. In the academic year, 2009/2010, the enrolment rose to
2,527 (872 female and 1655 male). In the academic year, 2010/2011 the number rose to 3, 420
students, who comprised of 1231 female and 2189 male. In 2011/2012 academic year, the total
number of students was 3,831 where 2356 or 61 percent male and 11475 or 39 percent female.
The total number of students in 2012/2013 academic year was 3782 where 2325 (61.5 percent)
were male and 1457 (38.5 percent) female. For the 2013/2014 academic year, the number of
students was 4,840.
TEKU has a number of academic programmes, which address the market needs. The
programmes are as indicated in this document for undergraduate studies only. The University
started with one Faculty of Education in 2006/2007. In the academic year 2007/2008 the faculty
of Arts and Social Sciences was established. In 2012/2013 the Faculty of Science and
Technology was established. In the academic year 2011/2012, two centres were established in
Dar es Salaam and Tabora and they have started to offer Certificate, Diploma and Degree
courses. The TEKU Dar es Salaam Centre (TEKUDARCE) and TEKU-Tabora Centre
(TEKUTABCE) are offering courses similar to those offered at TEKU main Campus. As from
2013/2014 academic year, TEKUTABCE will start offering Bachelor degree programmes.
TEKU is continuing to diversify the programmes in order to bring change in the society by
addressing the current needs as a result two directorates were established in 2011/2012 academic
year. The Directorate of Continuing Education (DoCE) which is responsible for offering short
courses and non-degree programmes. The second Directorate is the Directorate of Research,
Consultancy, Publications and Post Graduate Studies (DRCPPS). The Directorate produces the
Journal of Teofilo Kisanji University which is an academic journal, twice a year. Additionally, in
the 2012/2013 academic year, the University further established two directorates, which are the
Directorate of Undergraduate Studies (DUS) and the Directorate of Library and Information
Services (DoLIS).
Training, research and consultancy are the major functions of TEKU and the University is
committed to producing quality graduates who are competent and of high integrity. This calls for
all students who join TEKU to ensure that they work hard to achieve their goals and the Nation‘s
goal of producing quality graduates who will contribute effectively to the development of this
nation. Each student has to adhere to the policies and regulations as contained in this Prospectus,
the University Charter, TEKUSO Constitution, and Students‘ by-Laws.
TEKU has sufficient and appropriate infrastructure and resources and competent academic and
administrative staff to enable students to study comfortably and efficiently. The newly built
hostels, which are well furnished, will accommodate many students at affordable rates and
therefore offer very conducive living premises for our students.
This Prospectus has been designed to give information necessary to guide anybody who wants to
study at TEKU and any other interested person who needs information about TEKU. Each
student is required to think critically for whatever he/she wants to do and should not work on
rumours but should do a thorough investigation to find out the truth. TEKU‘s Motto is Wisdom
and Peace. TEKU is a peaceful place and so when you join TEKU make sure that you maintain
the prevailing peace and come out of TEKU with the required knowledge. However, all students
and staff are led by the saying that ―Excellence Starts with Me‖ which inculcates the culture of
responsibility and commitment to one‘s studies or work. You are welcome to study at TEKU to
attain the education that will improve your life and the status of our country.
Prof. Tuli J. Kassimoto (PhD)
VICE CHANCELLOR
Table of Contents
SENIOR OFFICERS OF TEOFILO KISANJI UNIVERSITY
MESSAGE FROM THE VICE CHANCELLOR .......................... ...............
ABBREVIATIONS .................... ...................................................................
UNIVERSITY ACADEMIC PROGRAMMES OFFERED 2013/2014
ACADEMIC YEAR
....................................................... ........................................................
1. 1 Background Information
1.2 Vision ................... .................................................................................
1.3 Mission................... ...............................................................................
1.4 TEKU Core Values ............... ...................................................................
1.5 Objectives ................ ................................................................................
1.6 The Corporate Strategic Plan
1.7 Quality Assurance Unit ......................... ...................................................
1.8 Governing Bodies ................... .................................................................
1.9 Educational Philosophy .......................... .................................................
1.10 Functions
1.11 Academic Faculties .................. .............................................................
2.0. Admission requirements for undergraduate degree
programmes
............................................... …………………………………………………………….
11
2.1. Minimum Entry Requirements ............................ ………………………………
11
2.2. Bachelor of Divinity (BD) ......................... …………………………………………….
12
2.3. Bachelor of Education .............................. …………………..……………………..
10
2.4. Application for Admissions ..................... ……………………………….………….
13
2.5. Registration ......................... ………………………………….…………………………..
14
2.6. Enrolment ...............………………………………………………………..………………..
15
3.0 ACADEMIC POLICIES ................ .......................................................
4.0 EXAMINATION RULES AND REGULATIONS ...................... ........
5.0 STUDENTS‘ LIFE AT TEOFILO KISANJI UNIVERSITY
6.0. FINANCIAL MATTERS................................. …………………………………………
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7.0 UNIVERSITY FACILITIES AND SERVICES ............................ .......
8.0. ACADEMIC FACULTIES
9.0 MEMBERS OF ORGANS OF TEOFILO KISANJI UNIVERSITY
10.0. UNIVERSITY PERSONNEL ........ ……………….……………………..… ….
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11.0 UNIVERSITY ACADEMIC STAFF
12.0 TEKU CENTRES
13.0 ALMANAC FOR THE ACADEMIC YEAR 2013/2014 – 2014/20
ABBREVIATIONS
ACSEE
Advanced Certificate of Secondary Education Examination
AHRMC
Appointments and Human Resources Management Committee
AO
Admissions Officer
BA
Bachelor of Arts
BAEC
Bachelor of Arts Economics
BAED
Bachelor of Arts with Education
BASO
Bachelor of Arts Sociology and Social Work
BCom
Bachelor of Commerce
BD
Bachelor of Divinity
BEDMATH
Bachelor of Education Mathematics
BEL
Bachelor of Education Languages
BoT
Board of Trustees
BSCED
Bachelor of Science with Education
BSc MIS
Bachelor of Science Management Information Systems
DASS
Department of Arts and Social Sciences
DAP
Directorate of Administration and Planning
DED
Department of Education
DEE
Degree Entrance Examination
DFASS
Dean, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences
DFED
Dean, Faculty of Education
DFoST
Dean, Faculty of Science and Technology
DFoTH
Dean, Faculty of Theology
DLL
Department of Languages and Linguistics
DMCS
Department of Mathematics and Computer Science
DoCE
Directorate of Continuing Education
DoLIS
Directorate of Library and Information Services
DoS
Dean of Students
DDAA
Deputy Director Academic Affairs
DPC
Department of Psychology and Counselling
DDFA
Deputy Director Planning, Finance and Administration
DRCPPS
Directorate of Research, Consultancy, Publications, and Postgraduate
Studies
DUS
Directorate of Undergraduate Studies
DVCAA
Deputy Vice Chancellor Academic Affairs
DVCPFA
Deputy Vice Chancellor Planning, Finance, and Administration
FASS
Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences
FED
Faculty of Education
FEO
Faculty Examination Officer
FoST
Faculty of Science and Technology
FoTH
Faculty of Theology
HESLB
Higher Education Students Loan Board
HRO
Human Resources Officer
ICT
Information and Communication Technology
MOTHECO
Moravian Theological College
MCT
Moravian Church in Tanzania
PhD
Doctor of Philosophy
PO
Planning Officer
PRMO
Public Relations and Marketing Officer
RAAWU
Researchers, Academicians, and Allied Workers Union
REO
Regional Education Officer
QAU
Quality Assurance Unit
TCU
Tanzania Commission for Universities
TEKU
Teofilo Kisanji University
TEKUADSA
Teofilo Kisanji University Administrative Support Association
TEKUASA
Teofilo Kisanji Academic Staff Association
TEKUDARCE
Teofilo Kisanji University Dar es Salaam Centre
TEKUSO
Teofilo Kisanji University Students Organisation
TEKUTABCE
Teofilo Kisanji University Tabora Centre
UEO
University Examinations Officer
VC
Vice Chancellor
UNIVERSITY ACADEMIC PROGRAMMES
OFFERED 2014/2015 ACADEMIC YEAR
Introduction
The University offers a range of academic programmes at different levels. Programmes range
from doctoral to certificate levels. The current academic programmes are as follows:
A. POSTGRADUATE PROGRAMMES
1. POSTGRADUATE DIPLOMA PROGRAMMES
Postgraduate Diploma in Education (PGDE) Full Time/Evening
2.
MASTER
DEGREE
PROGRAMMES
BY
COURSEWORK
DISSERTATION/THESIS OR BY DISSERTATION/THESIS ONLY
MASTER OF ARTS IN EDUCATION (MAED)
Full Time
Evening
By Thesis
MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (MBA)
Full time
Evening
By Thesis
MASTER OF THEOLOGY (MTh)
Full Time
Evening
By Thesis
AND
B. UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMMES
S/No
1.
PROGRAMME
CODE
TK 001
PROGRAMME TITLE
2.
TK002
Bachelor of Education Mathematics
(BEDMATHS)
Bachelor of Arts with Education (BAED)
3.
4.
TK003
TK004
Bachelor of Education Languages (BEL)
Bachelor of Education in Psychology (BEDPSY)
5.
TK005
Bachelor of Commerce (BCOM)
6.
TK006
Bachelor of Arts Economics (BAEC)
7.
TK007
8.
TK008
9.
TK009
10.
TK010
Bachelor of Arts Sociology and Social Work
(BASO)
Bachelor of Education Counselling Psychology
(BEDCP)
Bachelor of Science in Management Information
Systems (BSMIS)
Bachelor of Divinity (BD)
11.
TK011
Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA)
12.
TK012
13.
TK013
Bachelor of Human Resources Management
(BHRM)
Bachelor of Law (LLB)
14.
TK014
15.
TK015
Bachelor of Science in Computer Science
(BSCCS)
Bachelor of Science in Environmental Studies
(BSCES)
C. NON - DEGREE PROGRAMMES
1. BASIC TECHNICIAN CERTIFICATE,
DIPLOMA PROGRAMMES
TECHNICIAN
a) Technician and Ordinary Diploma: NTA Levels 5 and 6
S/No
1.
2.
3.
5.
7.
8.
PROGRAMME TITLE
Ordinary Diploma in Education (Arts, Science and
Languages) (ODED)
Ordinary Diploma in Law (ODL)
Ordinary Diploma in Human Resource Management
(ODHRM)
Ordinary Diploma in Early Childhood Education
(ODECE)
Ordinary Diploma in Business Administration (ODBA)
10.
Ordinary Diploma in Community Development and Social
Work (ODCDSW)
Ordinary Diploma in Tourism and Hospitality Management
(ODTHM)
Ordinary Diploma in Entrepreneurship (ODENT)
11.
Ordinary Diploma in Information Technology (ODIT)
12.
Ordinary Diploma in Computer Science (ODCS)
13.
Ordinary Diploma in Journalism and Mass Communication
(ODJMC)
Ordinary Diploma in Accounting and Finance (ODAF)
9.
14.
16.
17.
18.
Ordinary Diploma in Procurement and Logistics
Management (ODPLM)
Ordinary Diploma in Library and Information Science
(ODLIS)
Ordinary Diploma in Theology (ODTH)
AND
ORDINARY
(b) Basic Technician Certificate Programmes: NTA Level 4
S/No PROGRAMME TITLE
1.
Basic Technician Certificate in Education (BTCED)
2.
Basic Technician Certificate in Law (BTCL)
3.
Basic Technician Certificate in Human Resource
Management (BTCHRM)
Basic Technician Certificate in Early Childhood Education
(BTCECE)
Basic Technician Certificate in Business Administration
(BTCBA)
Basic Technician Certificate in Community Development
and Social Work (BTCCDAW)
Basic Technician Certificate in Tourism and Hospitality
Management (BTCTHM)
Basic Technician Certificate in Entrepreneurship (BTCEN)
5.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
16.
17.
18.
Basic Technician Certificate in Information Technology
(BTCIT)
Basic Technician Certificate in Computer Science
(BTCCS)
Basic Technician Certificate in Journalism and Mass
Communication (BTCJMC)
Basic Technician Certificate in Accounting and Finance
(BTCAF)
Basic Technician Certificate in Procurement, Logistics and
Management (BTCPLM)
Basic Technician Certificate in Library and Information
Science (BTCLIS)
Basic Technician Certificate in Theology (BTCTH)
All programmes are approved by the National Council for Technical Education
Planned courses for 2014/2015
1. Certificate and diploma in Nursing
2. Certificate and Diploma in Laboratory Technician
3. Certificate end diploma in Pharmacy
4. Diploma in Education (Science Subjects)
D. PLANNED PROGRAMMES FOR 2015/2016
POSTGRADUATE PROGRAMMES BY COURSEWORK AND DISSERTATION
/THESIS
1. Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) by Thesis
Doctor of Philosophy in Education (PhD Ed.)
Doctor of Philosophy in Theology (PhD Th.)
Doctor of Philosophy in Geography (PhD Geog.)
2.
Master Degree Programmes by Coursework and Dissertation/ by Thesis or by
Dissertation/Thesis only
i. Master of Arts in Geography (MAG)
ii. Master of Science in Applied Geography for Sustainable Development (MSc. AGSD)
iii. Master of Science in Applied Mathematics and Computer Science (MSc. AMCS)
iv. Master of Education (MED) with options of Specialization in Educational Counselling
and Psychology, Educational policy, Planning and Management, Foundations of
Education; Educational Media and Technology, and Education Curriculum
Development and Management.
3. Postgraduate Programmes
i. Postgraduate Diploma in Library and Information Science (PGLIS)
ii. Postgraduate Diploma in Theology (PGDTh)
iii. Postgraduate Diploma in Business Administration (PGDBA)
iv. Postgraduate Diploma in Financial Management (PGDFM)
v. Postgraduate Diploma in Accounting and Finance (PGDA)
vi. Postgraduate Diploma in Banking and Finance (PGDBF)
vii. Postgraduate Diploma in Sales and Marketing (PGDSM)
4. Undergraduate Programmes
i. Bachelor of Library and Information Science
ii. Bachelor of Guidance and Counselling
iii. Bachelor of Science with Education (Geography, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Biology
and ICT)
iv. Bachelor of Science with Education (Geography and Physics )
v. Bachelor of Science with Education (Geography and Chemistry)
vi. Bachelor of Science with Education (Geography and Biology)
1.0.
1.1.
TEOFILO KISANJI UNIVERSITY
Background Information
Teofilo Kisanji University (TEKU) was established in 2006 and is a fully registered private
higher learning institution with the Tanzania Commission for Universities (TCU). It is owned by
the Moravian Church in Tanzania under the Board of Trustees as provided in University Charter
and Trust Rules in accordance with the Universities Act No.7, 2005. It is situated in South Western Tanzania in Mbeya City. The University is located at BLOCK T along TanzaniaZambia highway about 500 metres from the main road
1.2. Vision
Teofilo Kisanji University aims to be a centre of excellence for acquiring professional skills
through training, research, consultancy, community services, and worldwide activities.
1.3. Mission
The mission of the university is to provide opportunities for and conduct training, research and
consultancy in the areas of theology, education, social sciences, science subjects, health science,
commercial subjects and any other areas as the university will find useful to the community.
1.4. TEKU Core Values
Community: We are committed to the cultivation of positive relationships between community,
students, faculty, academic and administrative staff, and institution owners
Integrity: We are committed to creating an honesty community with high academic and ethical
standards, accountability, efficiency, transparency, creative, innovative and respect to each other.
Diversity: We are committed to providing a conducive environment free from discrimination
with respect to sex, gender, race, religion, socioeconomic status, and physical abilities.
Justice: We are committed to peace building and peaceful conflict resolution. Through
observance of human rights.
Stewardship: We are committed to making decisions that will ensure the long-term survival of
TEKU through teamwork and maximization of the value of human, financial, and physical
resources.
Excellence: We are committed to seeking the personal and intellectual transformation through
training, research, and public service 1.5 Objectives
1. 5.1. General objective
The general objective of Teofilo Kisanji University is to be a centre for excellence for providing
quality education through training in short and long course programmes and sustainable research
and consultancy activities.
1.5.2 Specific Objectives
The specific objectives are to:
(a) Assume a leading role in the responsibility for University education in the country and to
make provision for centres and places of learning, education (including continuing
education), professional or vocational training and research;
(b) Endeavour to excel in knowledge and human resources capacity building by ensuring a
balance between quantity and quality and avoiding by imparting elitist values to the products
of the university;
(c) Ensure as a matter of principle, integration of research, teaching and consultancy at the
immediate subject area level with a view to building a distinctive characteristic of the
products of the university as scientific professionals and the services of the university and of
its staff as symbols of scientific professionalism;
(d) Provide, promote and maintain centres of excellence and exemplary good management in
terms of knowledge creation, skills development, effective entrepreneurship and formation of
a responsible attitude for the betterment of the society;
(e) Be producer and supplier of key policy makers, experts and personnel in charge of key
positions in sectors including industry, public and private, governmental and nongovernmental institutions;
(f) Advance the frontiers of, enhance, preserve and transmit knowledge;
(g) Provide opportunities and prepare students for work as professionals by providing academic
and professional and/or vocational courses of instruction and to take such other steps as may
appear necessary or desirable with a view as far as possible to ensuring an output of mainly
(h) Provide learning and employment opportunities for persons from disadvantaged groups such
as those with physical disabilities, orphans and the most vulnerable persons;
(i) Stimulate and promote intellectual, cultural, scientific and technological development;
(j) Promote research into scientific, technological, economic, political, social, cultural, and other
matters in the interests of Tanzania and mankind in general;
(k) Promote and ensure gender equity and mainstreaming in students‘ enrolment, staff
recruitment and governance;
(l) Do in accordance with the general law of the United Republic and the Act, all such acts and
things, whether or not incidental to these objects, and whether within or without the United
Republic as may be requisite in order to further these objectives;
(m)
Institute and award professorships and other posts and offices and to make appointments
thereto in line with such organizational structure as shall be approved by the Council;
(n) Institute and award fellowships, scholarship, bursaries, medals, prizes and other distinction
awards and forms of assistance or sponsorship for the advancement and dissemination of
knowledge;
(o) Provide opportunities for students to engage in productive, service and entertainment
activities in medical allied health sciences, industrial, commercial and cultural spheres in and
outside the University;
(p) Cooperate with the Government of the United Republic of Tanzania and the peoples of
Tanzania in the planned and orderly development of education, science and technology in the
United Republic;
(q) Establish mutually negotiated, beneficial and durable links with institutions of learning and
research within Tanzania and other countries;
(r) Erect, equip and maintain libraries. Laboratories, workshop, Museums, art galleries, lecture
halls, theatres and rooms halls of residence and other buildings and facilities required for the
purpose of the University including providing its community with a good working and living
environment in the University campuses;
(s) Establish and maintain botanical gardens, demonstration zoos, including small animal zoos,
aquaria, research parks and ponds, and the like as well as boutiques, hostels shops physical
education and training grounds and the like for purposes of facilitating, expanding
perspectives of and promoting teaching, learning entrepreneurship and research;
(t) Provide and regulate residence, medical, recreational and containment facilities,
conveniences and opportunities for officers staff, employees and students of the University
including the disabled;
(u) Demand and receive such fees as may from time to time be prescribed by the Council;
(v) Enter into such contracts, to establish such trusts and to appoint such officers, staff
employees, agents and independent contractors as may be required by the University;
(w) Establish pension superannuation and provident fund schemes for the benefit of its officers,
staff or employees or any section thereof and to enter into arrangement with the
Government and insurance company, trustee company or other organization or any person
or persons for the operation of such schemes, jointly, severally or otherwise;
(x) Acquire property movable and immovable, and to take, accept and hold any property which
may become vested in it by way of purchase, exchange, grant, donation lease and to sell,
mortgage, lease, license, hire out exchange or otherwise dispose of any of any property held
by it;
(y) Borrow money for any purpose deemed fit by Council and to invest in land or securities such
as funds as may be vested in it for the purpose of endowment, whether for general or special
purposes, or such other funds as may not be immediately required for current expenditure;
(z) Admit graduates of other universalities to degrees of equal or similar rank in the University;
(aa) Affiliate other institutions or to admit the members, thereof to any of its privileges and to
accept attendance at course of study in such institutions in place of such part of the
attendance at course of study in the university and upon such terms and conditions and
subject to such rules as may from time to be determined by the University or to recognize
any members of the teaching staff of any College or institution whether affiliated to the
University or not as teachers of the University;
(bb) Enter into an agreement with any other institution for the incorporation of that institution
into the University and for taking over its property and liabilities and for any purpose not
repugnant to the Charter and these Rules;
(cc) In accordance with the general law of the United Republic, including the Charter, and
these Rules‘ all such acts and things whether or not incidental to these objects, powers and
functions and whether within or without the United Republic as may be requisite in order to
further these objects, powers and functions or any of them.
(dd)
Establish business companies to support the financial running of the institution
1.6
The Corporate Strategic Plan
For an operational development, Teofilo Kisanji University has developed the 2nd year
Corporate Strategic Plan 2012/2013 – 2014/2017 in order to guide the University operations
and improve service delivery. The Plan lays emphasis on the following aspects: Academic
Advancement; organizational development and governance, recruitment and motivation,
education and training, physical infrastructure and equipment, information technology
research publications and dissemination, income generation and financial management,
consultancy and advisory services and cross cutting issues such as HIV/AIDS, gender.
1.7.
Quality Assurance Unit
The Quality Assurance Unit acts as the central repository of the processes that underpin the
University‘s approach to the management of standards and quality education. It details a
range of procedures and codes of good practice that help to regulate the University‘s
approach to quality education assurance. Quality Assurance Unit contains a variety of
guidance and advice that is commended to users to assist in the enhancement of quality and
standards of teaching and learning activities at the university. The quality assurance policy
guides the implementation.
The primary objective of Quality Assurance Unit is the enhancement of the quality of the
teaching and learning experience and the maintenance of academic standards at TEKU. This
is achieved through effective cooporation between academic and administrative staff, and
students
To set guidelines for Monitoring the effectiveness of its quality assurance procedures to
assure that they are operating in accordance with good practice, in the best interests of
students, staff and the community in the maintenance of academic standards.
Quality Assurance Unit always aims at making TEKU to produce very competitive graduates
as a result has formed quality assurance committees in each section, department and faculty
to oversee the delivery of quality teaching and other services.
1.8. Governing Bodies
TEKU is governed by the Board of Trustees as provided for in the Charter and Trust Rules of
the University. The governing bodies of TEKU include the Council, which is responsible for
policymaking, monitoring, and evaluation; and the Senate, which is responsible for all academic
matters.
1.9.
Educational Philosophy
The educational philosophy of Teofilo Kisanji University is to:
1. Strengthen the current programmes and those to be provided in the future in response to the
needs of the community.
2. Sustain links between its vision, mission, and operational philosophy to enable its training,
research, consultancy, and community services to tally with changing needs of the
stakeholders in Tanzania and the world at large.
1.10
Functions
1. To provide courses leading to degree, diploma, certificate, and other academic awards,
including short-term training for persons requiring remedial training in order to qualify for
entry into various academic programmes of TEKU.
2. To conduct examinations and to confer degrees, diplomas, certificates and other awards,
upon persons who have followed courses of study approved by the Senate, and additionally
or alternatively, have satisfied such other requirements as may be determined by the Senate
and to revoke the same for good cause.
3. To confer honorary degrees in accordance with such requirements as may be determined by
the Senate.
4. To provide for and pursue original research and scholarship, innovation and advancement of
knowledge, and consultancy at the highest level whether on a full time or part time basis, by
correspondence or extramural, and take such other steps as may appear necessary and
desirable for the advancement and dissemination of knowledge.
5. To provide a centre for the advancement of knowledge and continuing education by preparing
students‘ minds for clear and independent thinking with a view to develop their fundamental
capabilities to the fullest extent.
6. To endeavour, to erect, equip and maintain laboratories, offices, halls of residence, lecture
theatres, libraries, and other buildings and structures required for the promotion of its
objectives.
7. To regulate and endeavour the provision of housing of its students and members of staff.
8. To collaborate with other higher learning Institutions in the Africa region and worldwide for
integral development and understanding and promotion of cultures and the environment.
1.11 Academic Faculties
The University has four academic faculties:
1. Faculty of Theology (FoTH)
2. Faculty of Education (FED)
3. Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences (FASS)
4. Faculty of Science and Technology (FoST)
1.11.1. Faculty of Theology (FoTH)
The history of the Faculty of Theology goes back to the early years of the Moravian
Theological College in the late 1960s. The Faculty of Theology prepares students for the
Certificate in Theology (CTH); and the degree of Bachelor of Divinity (BD). It also offers a
degree of Master of Theology with specialization in systematic, Biblical, Historical, Liberal
Arts, and Pastoral Theology
The Faculty of Theology consists of the following departments:
 Biblical Studies (TBS)
 Church History (TCH)
 Liberal Arts (TLA)
 Pastoral Theology (TPT)
 Systematic Theology (TST)
1.11.2. Faculty of Education (FED)
The Faculty of Education was established in 2006. The Faculty prepares students for the degree
programmes for a Bachelor of Education Mathematics (BEDMaths); Bachelor of Education
Psychology (BED Psychology); and Bachelor of Education Counseling Psychology (BED
Counseling Psychology). The Faculty offers courses to students from other faculties: Faculty of
Theology, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, and Faculty of Science and Technology
The Faculty of Education Departments
The faculty of Education consists of two departments, which are:
 Department of Education (DED)
 Department of Psychology and Counseling (DPC)
- The Department has the following sections:
- Psychology (TPS)
- Counseling and Psychology (TCP)
1.11.3 Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences (FASS)
Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences (FASS) was formed to cater for the growing demand of the
community for more programmes and courses. The Faculty offers degree programmes leading to
Bachelor of Arts Economics (BA Economics); Bachelor of Arts in Sociology (BA Sociology);
and Bachelor of Commerce (BCom). Also in cooperation with the Faculty of Education, the
Faculty offers courses leading to Bachelor of Education Languages (BEL); and Bachelor of Arts
with Education (BAED).
FASS Departments
The Faculty consists of two departments, which are:
 Department of Languages and Linguistics (DLL) which has the following sections
- English section (TLE and TLT)
- French section (TLF)
- Kiswahili section (TLK)
 Department of Arts and Social Sciences (DASS) which has the following sections:
 Geography section (TGE)
 History section (THT)
 Sociology and Social Work section (TSO)
 Economics section (TEC)
 Business Studies/Commerce section (TBC)
 Law (TLW)
 Human Resource Management (THRM
1.11.4. Faculty of Science and Technology (FoST)
This faculty was established in 2012/2013 academic year and has two departments.
 Department of Science which comprises of the science subjects/courses and
 Department of Technology which comprises of all studies related to ICT and other
technological issues.
2.0.
2.1
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS FOR
UNDERGRADUATE DEGREE PROGRAMMES
Minimum Entry Requirements
There are three entry schemes available for selecting applicants, i.e. direct entry, equivalent
qualifications and the Recognition Prior Learning (RPL) schemes. The minimum entry
requirements for degree level programmes under each scheme are as follows:
(a) Direct Entry Scheme
(i) Applicants under this scheme must apply through the Central Admissions System
(CAS) and must fulfil the following conditions:
 Must hold at least THREE O-level credit passes in relevant subjects.
 Students must have at least TWO principal level passes in appropriate subjects at
―A‖ level education and must have grade point average of not less than 2.0,
where: A = 5, B = 4, C = 3, D = 2, E = 1, S = 0.5 and F = 0.
(ii) Applicants who meet the general entry requirements as specified in (i) above but lack
the specific faculty or course entry requirements must undertake and pass the Degree
Foundation programme for a period of one academic year.
(b) Equivalent Qualifications Entry Scheme
(i) Applicants under equivalent qualifications scheme must meet the following conditions
before they can be selected to join the University:
 Must hold at least three credits passes in relevant subjects
 Must hold a certificate of first class level or diploma with GPA of 2.7 and above
obtained from a recognized institution.
 Ordinary Diploma (NTA Level 6) from NACTE recognized institution with upper
second class,
 Or pass the Recognition Prior Learning (RPL) examination.
(c)
Additional requirements
Additional requirements for entry to a particular Faculty or Programme may be
prescribed, but these will not in any case involve more than two passes at Principal level
and one pass at subsidiary level in appropriate subjects. The following
faculty
requirements will be observed.
2.2
Bachelor of Divinity (BD)
(a) Entrance by direct admission
The Bachelor of Divinity (BD) course is open to all people who have finished the
Advanced Certificate of Secondary Education Examination (ACSEE) and who are
interested in studying theology. Students are accepted for direct admission to BD if they
meet the following requirements.
(b) Entrance by Degree Entrance Examination (DEE)
(c) The DEE may be taken by those
(i) Who have completed Form 4 and have three O-level credit passes and a
Certificate/Diploma in Theology at a recognized college with an average of B+ (70
percent) or the possession of two principal passes in Advanced Certificate of
Secondary Education Examination (ACSEE) (A- Level) with not less than 4.5 points.
Entrance by DEE is valid for the year of the examination and the following year only.
If a place is not taken in the specified time, the applicant will be required to re-sit the
examination.
(ii) No applicant who has already applied twice without success for admission by DEE
will be considered again for this type of entry.
2.3. Bachelor of Education
Bachelor of Education Languages (BEL);
Bachelor of Arts with Education (BA Education); Bachelor of Education (Mathematics,
Commerce, Economics, Psychology); Bachelor of Arts Economics; Bachelor of Commerce;
Bachelor of
Arts Sociology and Social Work; and Bachelor of Science Management Information Systems.
In addition to the general direct admission entrance requirements mentioned other equivalent
qualifications are as follows:Category A: Equivalent Qualifications (Diploma holders)
Candidates must:
a. Have at least two principal passes in the teaching subjects in the Advanced Certificate of
Secondary Education Examination (ACSEE), with not less than 2.0 points and a diploma of
at least second class obtained at a recognized college or
b. Meet entry requirements at an accredited University in the applicant‘s home country (for
foreign applicants), judged by the TEKU Senate to be equivalent or
c. Other qualifications judged by the faculty to be equivalent and approved by the TEKU
Senate.
Category B: Special Admission Requirements
 BEL: Two or more principal passes in languages; English, French or Kiswahili
 BCom, BSc (Computer Science) and BBA: Two or more principal passes in
Accountancy, Commerce, Economics, and Mathematics.
 BA (Economics) and Bachelor of Business Studies: Two or more principal passes in
Economics, Commerce, Accountancy, and Mathematics.
 BAED: Two or more principal passes in Arts subjects Economics, English, French,
Geography, History, and Kiswahili
 BSCED: Two or more principal passes in Geography and Mathematics
 LLB O level Credit in English or History
2.4
Application for Admissions
 All applications for direct entry scheme and diploma in Education should be sent to
TCU through the Central Admission System (CAS).
 Other applicants should apply through Teofilo Kisanji University.
 For help on CAS visit the TCU website www.tcu.go.tz or consult the TEKU help desks
situated in the following places: Mbeya main campus, Kabwe (Mwanjelwa area); Dar es
salaam and Tabora centres.
 Registration fee of Tshs. 30,000/= shall be paid after being admitted at the University.
 All students, if accepted, are expected to conform entirely to University Rules and Regulations.
 TEKU accepts students irrespective of creed, race, religious or political orientation, in
accordance with the government policy.
2.5
Registration
i. A prospective student must submit a completed joining instruction form accompanied with
pay-in slip of Tsh. 30,000/= non-refundable fee as registration fee, paid through the bank,
and present a receipt from TEKU cashier to the Admissions Office.
ii. Furnishing a Medical Examination form on the fitness of the candidate to pursue University
programmes.
iii. Registration is done three days before the beginning of classes of the respective semester.
iv. No student shall be allowed to register or attend classes at the University unless the required
fees and other charges have been paid and required certificates have been submitted.
v. The deadline for registration for first year students shall be four weeks from the first day of
the beginning of classes.
vi. Students shall not be allowed to change courses after the second week after the beginning of
the semester. A student who wants to change a programme other than the programme applied
for, shall have to pay Tsh. 30,000/ and present the TEKU receipt to the admissions Officer.
vii.
Students shall not be allowed to change their names other than the names they had
registered through CAS which appear in their Certificates and students‘ names shall
always start with the Surname.
Viii. A student shall be allowed to postpone studies with written approval from the Academic
Board, or if the student fails to pay fees or any other reasons that shall be approved by the
Academic Board. Request for postponement must be accompanied by a TEKU receipt of
Tsh. 30,000/. Postponement of the studies shall be for a period not exceeding two academic
years or four semesters. This should be four weeks after beginning of semester classes.
ix. Any newly admitted student shall pay TEKU Development Fund of Tshs. 50,000.00 during
registration.
x.
A student cannot register for classes if he/she owes any amount for a prior semester or
cannot pay the instalment due for the current semester.
xi. Unregistered students, who attempt to attend classes, reside in the dormitories, and/or access
any other University services are subject to immediate expulsion from campus and can be
deferred or discontinued from their studies.
xii. Registration must be completed within the first two weeks of class for a semester, or the
student must defer his/ her studies until a succeeding semester.
Xiii. All students are required to register for the courses they are required to take each semester.
Each student must make sure that he/she registers the courses properly. Wrong registration
of a course shall be penalised by paying a fine of Tsh. 5,000/ per course before a student is
allowed to make corrections.
xiv. The University has the right to make changes in the policies, prices and programmes
without prior consent.
2.6. Enrolment
i. Registration shall be during the first two days of every semester when the University opens.
ii A student shall be eligible for registration after payment of the set amount of tuition fees.
iii. Late registration shall be accepted after payment of Tsh. 50,000/= after the deadline of the
registration period, but not more than four weeks after the beginning of classes.
iv. A Student who has not been registered shall be considered not attending classes and shall not
be allowed to do any University examinations.
2.6.1 Students with Special Needs
Physically handicapped candidates are also accepted for studies at Teofilo Kisanji University.
Special facilities are installed to cater for students with special needs.
2.6.2 Possession of Identity Card (ID)
The possession of an Identity Card is prerequisite for accessing various University services and
participating in academic and administrative services.
Students shall keep the ID at all times while on TEKU premises. The ID shall be demanded on:-
i. Entering and using the Library, in borrowing books and other library services.
ii. Entering the computer room and using the computers.
iii. Entering an examination room and sitting for TEKU examinations.
iv. Entering the TEKU premises.
3.0
ACADEMIC POLICIES
3.1
Academic Calendar
The academic calendar is organized into semesters. Courses are coded by level of academic
progression and are assigned credits. Each course is examined at the end of the semester.
3.2.
Daily Class Schedule
Classes start from 07.00 hours to 20.00 hours from Monday to Friday; and 8.00 hours to 16.00
hours on Saturdays. No classes on Sundays and public holidays shall be conducted unless it is
agreed between class members and the Course Instructor.
3.3.
Elective Courses
These courses shall be graded in the same manner as core or compulsory courses.
3.4.
Academic Integrity
The academic community of TEKU believes that one of the goals of a Christian institution of
higher education is to strengthen academic integrity and responsibility among its members. To
this end, the University emphasizes the importance of sound judgment and a personal sense of
responsibility in each student. All members of the academic community are expected to respect
the highest standards of academic integrity.
Academic dishonesty is a serious offence at TEKU because it undermines the bonds of trust and
personal responsibility between and among students and faculty, weakens the credibility of the
academic enterprise, and defeats those who believe in the value of academic integrity. Academic
dishonesty can take several forms:
a. Cheating – Intentionally using or attempting to use unauthorized materials, information,
or study aids in any academic exercise (test, exercise, etc.)
b. Fabrication – Intentional and unintentional
c. Falsification or intention of falsification of any information or citation in an academic
exercise.
d) Facilitating academic dishonesty – intentionally or knowingly helping or attempting
to help another student commit a breach of academic integrity.
e) Plagiarism – representing the words or ideas of another as one‘s own in any academic
exercise.
A student who commits an act of academic dishonesty shall be dismissed from the University for
a period of not less than two years.
3.5. Incomplete Work
Students who do not complete assigned work by the end of the semester shall not be allowed to
sit for end of semester University Examinations (UE), and shall be required to carry over the
course in the prospective semester when the course is offered. If a student has more than four
incomplete works shall be dismissed from the University. Exceptions will be made only in
extenuating circumstances.
A student shall be allowed to sit for University examinations after passing the course work by
getting 20 marks or above of the course work. Equally, a student shall be considered to have
passed the University examinations if he/she gets marks of not less than 20. Any less than 20
marks in the university examination will lead ―technical‖ supplementary.
3.6
Promotion to Next Academic Year
a. For promoting the student to the next academic year, average GPA shall be calculated on
annual basis by taking into consideration the two academic semesters. Additionally, a
student must pass both the Course Work and the University Examinations by the set limits
by getting not less than 20 marks in each category (CW and UE) otherwise the student shall
have to make up the difference by sitting for the supplementary Examinations.
b. Candidates with Ds will do supplementary Examinations and with Es shall carry over the
course/s.
c. A candidate who attains Ds and has an average GPA of 1.8 or more shall sit for
supplementary examinations.
d. A candidate who attains Ds and has an average GPA of less than 1.8 at the end of the
academic year shall repeat a year. A candidate who attains Ds or Es and has an average
GPA of equal or less than 1.0 at the end of the academic year shall be
a. discontinued from studies at the University.
b. Candidates are required to pass in all the courses of the examination at the end of
semester before proceeding to the following academic year.
c. If a student gets the minimum average of below 35 percent, which is an ‗E‘ in more
than four courses in the final assessment she/he shall not be promoted to the next
academic year. She/he shall repeat the year or be discontinued from studies depending
on the GPA.
3.7
Discontinuation from Studies
Students will be discontinued from any course programme because of the following:
1.
2.
Failure to attend scheduled examinations, unless caused by extenuating circumstances.
Failure to pass scheduled examinations due to,
a. Examination irregularities.
b. Failure to pay student Tuition fees, deposits, and charges.
c. Disciplinary offence as described in the ―Teofilo Kisanji University By Laws‖.
d. Health problem as recommended by a competent medical Practitioner and approved by
the University.
e. The year‘s overall average GPA equal or below 1.0
3. Students who have been discontinued from a programme on the grounds of inadequate
academic performance may reapply to the programme only if:
a. Two years have passed since their discontinuation;
b. They can prove evidence of their efforts to improve their
academic standing;
4.
Participation in demonstration of any sort without the permission of the Vice Chancellor;
5.
Involvement in any illegal issue which is against the law of the United Republic of
Tanzania.
Discontinued students on academic grounds can only be readmitted once.
3.8 Grading System for Undergraduate Degrees
In order to graduate, students shall be required to take a total of not less than 19 credits and not
more than 23 credits in a semester. Not less than one hundred and twenty two (122) credits are
required to complete a degree programme. The breakdown for credits per semester and per
annum can be acquired from the respective deans of faculties.
The University course grades derived from percentage scores obtained in continuous assessments
and examinations are as follows:
Grade
A
B+
B
C
D
E
3.9
Percentage
70-100
60-69
50-59
40-49
35-39
0-34
Points
5
4
3
2
1
0
Description
Excellent
Very Good
Good
Fair
Weak
Poor
Grade Point Average (GPA)
Courses shall be weighted by multiplying the points associated with the final grade of a given
course by the number of credit hours assigned to the course. A candidate‘s overall
performance is then found by dividing the weighted credit points of all courses taken by the
total number of course credit hours.
Grade Point Average (GPA)=
Weighted Credit
Points of all Courses Taken
(Total Number of Course Credits Taken)
3.10
Graduation Classifications for Undergraduate
Degrees
Undergraduate Degrees are classified according to the following Grade Point Averages (GPAs):
CLASS
First Class
Upper Second Class
Lower Second Class
Pass
GPA
4.4 - 5.0
3.5 - 4.3
2.7 - 3.4
2.0 - 2.6
GRADE
A
B+
B
C
3.11 University Pass Marks
- Course Work (CW) = 20 marks and above out of 40 marks or 50 percent and above of course
work
- University Examinations (UE) = 20 marks or above out of 60 marks or 33 percent and above of
UE.
3.12
Research Project
Each academic Programme ought to have a course in Research Methods and Research Project.
Each student is supposed to undertake ONE research project during the studies in their related
subject under supervision. The project shall be undertaken in a group of 5. For those taking
education, either this can be in Education or in any subject in which the student is majoring.
During the 5th semester, students will be required to undertake a detailed research project on
selected research topics. The research topics will be provided by the respective heads of
departments in collaboration with the course instructors.
The research reports shall be submitted at the end of the respective semester eg. if offered in the
5th semester, it ought to be submitted at the end of the 5th semester prior to beginning of the other
semester.
The assessment for the research project shall be as follows:
1. Unit of the paper, especially in relation to carrying out stated purpose of the paper 15
percent
2. Correctness and completeness of the contents 25 percent
3. Analytical skills and creative understanding 35 percent
4. Clarity of presentation 10 percent
5. Exemplification of research skills 15 percent
A Research report shall not exceed 25 pages including any annexes attached. Please adhere to the
University regulations pertaining to research reports.
A student who fails in the research project shall resubmit the research project within four weeks.
A candidate who fails upon resubmission or fails to resubmit a research project within the agreed
specified time without compelling reason shall be discontinued from studies at the University.
A student who cheats in the process of undertaking or preparing the research work shall be
considered to have committed an examination irregularity and is subject to discontinuation from
studies. This, among many others, includes plagiarism, copying from a submitted research
report, “cooking” data or information, etc.
3.13 Late Submission of Research Project Report
Students who fail to meet the prescribed time to submit their Research Project may request in
writing an extension of time through their advisors. The request must state the reasons for the
extension and must be received by the Faculty Dean ten days before the paper is due. Projects
that are submitted late without acceptable reasons shall receive a grade of E.
3.14
Provision of Progress Academic Report and
Provisional Statement of Examination Results
Prior to Graduation
Progress of academic reports and transcripts as well as result slips are available upon request
from the Office of the Director of Undergraduate Studies (DUS) upon payment of Tshs.
5,000.00 for results slip per semester and Tshs.10,000.00/ for a provisional statement of
examination results for an academic year. The duration of processing the provisional statement is
two months after submitting the request form. The student must pay Tshs. 50,000/= for a
provision of Academic Transcript if it is to be obtained in seven days time. All academic
transcripts and Certificates are obtainable only after graduation.
3.15. Provision of Academic Transcript and Degree
Certificate after Graduation
One official academic transcript shall be made available to students upon successful completion
of his/her respective academic programme and upon payment of Tshs. 30,000.00. Any further
copy can be provided upon payment of Tshs. 5,000.00 per copy. Final academic transcripts and
degree certificates shall be issued as follows:
i). Academic Transcript will be issued two months after graduation ceremony, and
ii). Degree Certificate will be issued four months after graduation ceremony.
3.16 Loss and Replacement of Academic Certificate and Transcript
Any graduate of Teofilo Kisanji University may be issued a copy of the academic certificate and
transcript in case of loss or damage incurred on the original ones.
(a) The issuance is only possible under the following conditions:
(i) Production of a sworn affidavit:
(ii) Provision of an evidence on the loss of the documents from the police;
(iii)
Public announcement on the loss of the documents in a public newspaper of not
less than six months.
(b) The documents so issued shall be marked ―COPY‖ across them.
(c) The documents shall be replaced after a period of 12 months from the date of application.
(d) A fee of 15,000.00 Tshs. shall be charged for the issued copy of the document.
(e) Certification of copies of academic certificate and transcript will be Tshs. 5,000.00.
3.17. Graduation Requirements
a) Students must pass all courses as set forth in the syllabus with a
―C.‖
minimum pass mark of
b)
Fulfil all other conditions prescribed by the TEKU Senate.
c) Students must also have paid all the fees, deposits, and
outstanding charges.
4.0
EXAMINATION RULES AND REGULATIONS
4.1
Eligibility for Examinations
a. All students should adhere to attendance policy of Teofilo Kisanji University. It is important
that a student attend classes both physically and mentally. Studying the texts and the
lecture/presentations/practicals/tutorials are the keys to success.
b. Students must have attended a minimum of eighty percent (80 percent) of their scheduled
class period for each course and have completed all course requirements.
c. A candidate shall be barred from doing the examinations if the Faculty Dean or course
instructor is not satisfied with the attendance of that candidate or the candidate has not passed
the Course Work by getting a mark of not less than 20 marks out of 40 or 50 percent of the
course work.
d The Deputy Vice Chancellor Academic Affairs in consultation with the Dean of Students, the
Faculty Dean, Head of Department and the course instructor may, in extenuating
circumstances, waive the attendance requirements for a student.
e. If a candidate who has been barred because of unsatisfactory attendance enters the
examination room and sits for the paper, her/his results shall be invalidated of nullified.
f. Students shall be allowed to sit for examinations only after payment in full of all fees.
g. Any student who would not sit for the examination without any reason shall be discontinued
from studies.
h. Any student who sits for examination without finishing the tuition fee, his/her examination
result shall be nullified and be required to resit for the examination as special examination
upon payment of penalty of Tshs. 100,000.00/
4.2. Conducting of Examinations
A.
Notes to Candidates/Students
1. Candidates shall have tutorial, take home assignments, and tests marks to make up the
coursework.
2. Candidates shall be allowed to sit for examinations only after payment of all fees.
3. Candidates shall be allowed to sit for examinations only if he/she has done coursework and
obtains 20 out of 40 marks.
.
Every candidate shall make sure that he/she is issued with an examination number before the
beginning of the examinations.
5. Each candidate shall be responsible for noting any changes taking place in the examination
timetable.
6. The candidates shall be at the examination room 30 minutes before starting the examination.
7. No candidate shall enter an examination room before identification and permission to enter.
8. No candidate shall be allowed to enter the examination room 30 minutes after the starting
time.
9. No candidate shall be allowed to leave the examination room 10 minutes before the ending
of examination session.
10. No candidate shall be allowed to leave the examination room temporarily (e.g. to toilet)
without an escort when the examinations are in progress.
11. All candidates shall be required to sign the attendance register.
12. Candidates shall be required to observe any general instructions that may be given by an
invigilator and to note carefully any instructions that appear at the head of the examination
paper, such as those indicating the number of questions to be attempted.
13. Examinations shall be held on the dates shown on the timetable and all papers shall be sat
on the time specified. Any changes shall be communicated to students.
14. The duration of the question papers, shall be the time shown on the paper shall have to be
followed where contradictions arise.
15. No candidate shall be allowed to bring unauthorized material into the examination room. In
this regulation;
“Unauthorized material” includes:
1. Any hand written or printed material
2. Crib notes (answers)
3. Cellular or mobile phones
4. Radios
5. Radio cassette or other types of cassette players
6. CD players
7. VCD/DVD
8. Computers
9. Alcoholic drinks, drugs
10. Purses, bags
11. Jackets, coats, ―Mitandio”, ―Kanga‖, ―Kitenge‖, all forms of clothes assisting in
hiding unauthorized materials
12. Programmable calculators
13. Any other materials as may be specified by the University authorities from time to
time
16. No candidate shall be allowed to borrow examination tools/materials such as pens,
calculator, correction fluid, rubber, ruler, etc. from another candidate during the
examination. Borrowing from others is interpreted as cheating and is therefore NOT
allowed. Where borrowing is necessary, the candidate shall strictly communicate with the
invigilator.
17. Leaving the examination room to look at pre-hidden notes is a breach of examination rules
and regulations.
18. Before leaving the examination room, every candidate shall make sure that the top cover of
the answer book is filled properly.
4.3. Examination Performance
1. Students who earn below grade C in less than fifty percent (50%) of their courses shall be
allowed to take supplementary examinations in any semester in those courses before the start
of the next semester or as deemed convenient.
2. Students failing in not more than 4 courses in any one academic year shall be required to
supplement, provided the overall GPA is not less than 1.8. Supplementary examinations will
be marked out of 60.
3. Students who sit for the supplementary examinations shall be awarded grade C, D or E.
4. Students who fail the supplementary examination shall repeat the course (carry-over) while
continuing with the programme and will have to clear them in the following academic year.
Carry-over course shall be charged a carry-over fee.
5. A Carry-over student who attains a ‗D‘ mark will not sit for a supplementary examination but
will carry over the course again.
6. A passed carried over course shall be awarded not more than a C credit.
7. A Student who fails a carried over courses shall carry over the course again.
8. First year students who achieve below grade C or fifty percent (50%) for more than four of
their courses shall repeat a year and if they fail the repeated courses, they shall be
discontinued from the University.
9. Second year students who achieve below grade C in fifty percent (50 percent) or more of
their courses shall be required to repeat all courses, which were not passed with grade D or
higher in the next academic year. If they fail the repeated courses, they shall be discontinued
from the University.
10. Third year students who fail the carried over courses or supplementary examinations shall
undertake them as external candidates. The external candidates shall have to complete all
requirements for the course and sit for the end-of-semester University examinations. No
carried-over course shall be undertaken more than once. Then discontinuation from studies
will follow. A payment of Tshs. 100,000.00 shall be charged per course and all other
fees; registration, examination and Student Union fees.
12. All carried over courses shall be cleared within the allowable maximum period of registration
otherwise; the student shall be discontinued from studies. The maximum period of
registration is five years (ten semesters).
13. Admission to another programme shall be subject to the approval of the Senate and upon
payment of programme charge fee.
15. Students may repeat a course once in a semester. The maximum grade that shall be awarded
for a passed repeated course shall be C.
16. Students are advised to request for Provisional Statement of examination results in order to
avoid any inconveniences.
4.4.
1.
2.
3.
Special Examinations
A student may in extenuating circumstances postpone sitting for an examination in the
following cases:a. Illness or any other reason such as death of spouse parent and child. Provided and
substantiated in writing, by an authorized medical practitioner.
b. All requests to sit for special examinations shall be presented to the Faculty Deans who
will channel them to the DVCAA.
c. And that, the Deputy Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs has approved the reason.
Any student who fails to sit for normal examinations can sit for SPECIAL examinations
after the submission of special examination request form stating the reasons before the
examination period elapses. A ‗Special Examination Request Form‘ shall be used in
submitting the request.
When a student is allowed to sit for special examinations, she/he shall be considered to be
attempting the examination for the first time, and shall be accorded all of the rights provided
in the examination regulations.
4. All students planning to sit for special examination shall register with the respective deans of
faculties and pay a special examination fee, which is Tsh. 40,000/ prior to the examinations.
5. No supplementary examination should be issued as a result of sitting for special examination.
4.5
Examination Irregularities
4.5.1. Inappropriate conduct by a student concerning final examinations impairs academic
integrity, and therefore, will subject the offending student to expulsion. Such examination
irregularities include but are not limited to:
1. Viewing examination questions prior to sitting for the exams.
2. Possessing of unauthorized material in the examination room.
3. Beginning the exam before being authorized.
4. Attempting to copy or referring to unauthorized materials in the examination room.
5. Reading another student‘s answers.
6. Communication with other students verbally or through other means, during the
examination without permission from the invigilator.
7. Permitting another student to copy from or use one‘s paper.
8. Obtaining, or endeavoring to obtain, assistance from any other student directly or
indirectly or endeavoring to give assistance to any other student.
9. Removing examination answer books/sheets from the examination room.
10. Continuing the exam after being ordered to stop.
11. Failing to comply with examination rules, regulations or directions given by an
invigilator.
1. Destroying or attempting to destroy evidence relating to any suspected irregularity.
2. Any other action which might be noted by invigilators
2.
3.
If an invigilator suspects a student of examination irregularities, the following steps should
be taken.
 The student to be approached immediately.
 All improper materials to be confiscated and the student not to be allowed to continue
with the examination.
 The Student shall submit a written statement to the Faculty Dean within twenty four
hours, not later than the following day
 The Chief invigilator and the examination officer should present a filled form and written
report of the incident to the Faculty Dean who shall forward the matter to the Deputy
Vice Chancellor Academic Affairs. The form should be fully signed by the candidate.
 The Examination report together with the student‘s written statement and examination
Irregularities Allegations Form shall be considered by the investigation committee of
the Academic Board. The recommendations from the Investigation committee shall be
forwarded to the Academic Board which shall report to the Senate.
If it is established by the Academic Board and approved by the Senate that a student
committed an irregularity, then the student shall be expelled from the University for a period
of two Academic years.
4.6
Release of Examination Results
Results of all candidates in every final semester examination shall be subject to review by the
Academic Board and approval by the Senate. Public disclosure of the examination results shall
be made following the approval by the Senate. Results shall be published and released to the
students through the University notice boards and by the Deputy Vice Chancellor Academic
Affairs identifying the student by Examination number and the grades obtained by each
candidate. The results shall also be posted on the Teofilo Kisanji University website
(www.teku.ac.tz) and/or through the mobile phones.
4.7
Procedure for Appeal
1. All appeals must be presented to the Faculty Deans by filling examination appeal forms.
Faculty Deans shall channel them to the Deputy Vice Chancellor Academic Affairs
(DVCAA) before the supplementary examinations or within fifteen (15) days of publication
of the examination results, or within fifteen (15) days of the first day of class of the next
academic period, whichever is later. The appellant shall pay non-refundable fee of Tshs.
20,000/=. All appeals should be channeled through the respective Deans of Faculties by
filling in the appeal form.
2. Academic appeals shall be considered only on matters of procedure, competency and/or
prejudice
3. The Deputy Vice Chancellor Academic Affairs shall submit the appeals to the Academic
Board, who shall appoint a competent sub-committee to handle any appeals received during
that semester. The findings and recommendations of the sub-committee shall be forwarded to
the Academic Board, which shall give a provisional decision, pending the University
Senate‘s approval.
1. The University administration shall have the power to require any appellant to bear the costs
of any special investigation. Such detailed investigation and associated costs will be
disclosed in advance and agreed upon by the appellant and the University administration.
2. Each student is responsible for the released examination results. No candidate shall be
considered on an incomplete case with an argument of not receiving or seeing the
examination results.
3. All appeals shall be concluded before the completion of the following Academic semester and
no allowance shall be considered thereafter.
4. Any candidate who is not satisfied with the given examination results, has the right to apply
for the remarking of the examination paper of the given course. The candidate shall pay a
non-refundable fee of Tshs. 10,000 per course for remarking the examination.
5. Also all students are reminded to clear all their incomplete cases within the given academic
year. Any extension shall mean carrying over the course.
4.8
Preservation of Examination papers
The University shall preserve student‘s examination papers for the purpose of reference for a
period of three (3) years. The Vice Chancellor on the recommendation of the DVCAA shall be
responsible to order final disposal of any batch of examination answer booklets. Hence,
students cannot appeal after lapse of this period.
4.9 Academic Prizes
4.9.1 Academic Awards for Students
Academic prizes shall be offered to students with outstanding academic performance during the
whole programme. For the TEKU Academic Prize, this will apply to a student with highest
overall GPA. The nature of the prizes will be dictated by the availability of funds.
4.9.2 Academic Prizes for Academic Staff
Academic prizes shall be offered to the academic staff with an outstanding performance in the
academic issues. This might include publications in a journal or in a book form. The prizes will
be dictated by the availability of funds.
4.10 Convocation
The Convocation is an assembly comprising of all TEKU academicians, members of the Board
of Trustees, Council members, Senate members, and all academic staff (from MOTHECO –
TEKU). Other members include all graduates of TEKU (TEKU and MOTHECO), all graduands
of each year and all students of TEKU. The Convocation shall be held once every year, a day
proceeding the Graduation day.
4.11. Late Collection Fee for Academic Transcript and Certificate.
The collection of academic transcript and certificates after 2 years of graduation shall be charged
Tshs. 50,000/= (fifty thousand) per annum.
5.0
STUDENTS’ LIFE AT TEOFILO KISANJI
UNIVERSITY
Students diligently studying in a pleasant atmosphere
5.1
Orientation for New Students
This is held in the week before the first semester begins. Activities include addresses by the
University Authorities and meetings with Faculty Deans as well as Heads of Departments.
Students are also exposed to existing rules and regulations in force at the University.
5.2
Students’ Organization
There is a central government of the student‘s body called Teofilo Kisanji University Students
Organization (TEKUSO), which promotes and safeguards the interests of all students. This
organization is the major link between the University administration and the students. It has a
parliament with an elected speaker, and ministers as well as deputy ministers in selected areas
under the President, Vice-President, Prime Minister and General Secretary.
5. 3
Teofilo Kisanji University Student Policies
5.3.1. Residence
Students may be offered accommodation in the University hostels of residence on application
and at a fee prescribed by the University, which shall be paid on annual basis at the beginning of
academic year. Hostels are available on-campus with luxurious rooms. Where on-campus
residence is not available, students shall live off-campus. It is the student‘s responsibility to find
and pay for on- and off-campus accommodation. For any need of accommodation on-campus
request shall be directed to the Dean of Students.
All first year students are supposed to stay in university hostels.
5.3.2 Demonstration and Strikes
Students can only demonstrate after the Vice Chancellor and law enforcers grant permission to
do so. Strikes of any kind are prohibited, and involvement of a student in any kind of strike
might lead to the discontinuation of the student from studies at the University.
5.3.4 Smoking and Use of Drugs
Smoking and the use of drugs, such as Marijuana, Cocaine, etc. is strictly prohibited.
5.3.5. Alcoholic Beverage
No alcoholic beverage is permitted within the University Campus.
5.3.6. Cooking in the On-Campus Hostels
Cooking is strictly prohibited within the residence halls at any time, as these activities cause fire
and other safety hazards to students‘ living areas. Any student found cooking in hostels shall be
expelled from the hostel.
5.3.7. Electricity
Use of electrical appliances with heating elements is strictly prohibited on the campus at any
time. Students, visitors, or any other unauthorized personnel must never tamper with, modify, or
attempt to repair any of the electrical systems in the residential halls or elsewhere on campus.
Any student found with electrical appliances with heating elements will be expelled from the
hostel.
5.3.8. Furniture
University furniture must not be taken from other area of campus to be used in the residence
halls without written permission by the Dean of Students. Any student found with University
furniture will be expelled from the University and taken to court.
5.3.9. Concerns
Students should report to the Warden or Dean of Students any concerns relating to University
life.
5.3.10. Visitation and Quiet Hours
On-Campus halls of residence visitation hours are from 8:00 a.m. through 10:00 p.m. (For
members of the opposite gender), and halls of residence, quiet hours of 10:00 p.m. through 8:00
a.m. should be respected by all residents and visitors.
5.3.11. Campus Security
Unauthorized persons in or near the halls of residence or present on campus or (any other
dangerous conditions) should be reported immediately to campus security officers.
5.3.12. Visitors
Students and their guests shall respect the privacy and other reasonable concerns of fellow room
residents. It is necessary to get advance written permission from the Dean of Students for any
overnight visitors on campus, and for any visitors taking meals at the University.
5.3.13. Dressing
TEKU is training prospective teachers, pastors, and leaders. In terms of dressing, it means that
decent and modest dressing shall be adhered to. Immoral and inappropriate dressing by students
shall lead into disciplinary actions, ranging from suspension to dismissal from the University.
Dressing in uniform of any political party is strictly prohibited.
5.3.14. Gender Violence and Sexual Harassment
Gender violence and sexual harassment is against the human rights
of a person. Hence, any student who will be involved in such inhuman activities of any sort shall
not be tolerated. Strict disciplinary measures shall be undertaken against the student.
5.3.15. Violation of Policies
Violation of these or any other University policies can result in disciplinary actions, including
expulsion from the residence rooms as well as from the University. The student on disciplinary
penalty should not hold or run for any elected or appointed position;
5.3.16 Abiding to Students’ By-Laws
All students are advised to be acquainted and to abide with Students‘ By-Laws made under
Article 52 of the Constitution (By-laws) governing TEKUSO students‘ general disciplinary
proceedings and penalties.
5.3.17 Cases to court and Political issues
Once a student is having a case or suspected to have committed a crime
Shall be suspended from studies at the university until the issue is settled by the parties
concerned.
5.3.18 Disciplinary Probation
Any student on disciplinary probation shall not hold or run for any elected appointment
positions.
5.3.19. Cooperation with Law Enforcement Institutions on Students Cases
Violation of University rules and regulations which are also violation of law of the United
Republic of Tanzania (URT) shall be reported to appropriate law enforcement institutions.
5.3.20. Participation in Politics
A) TEKU Students may participate in the following political activities;
a. Becoming a member of a political party of his/her choice.
b. Voting at party election and president, parliamentary and local government elections.
c. Attending lawful political rallies outside campus as an observer and
d. Paying contributions to a political party while outside the campus or to solicit payment of
party contributions from other people.
e. Contrary to that, disciplinary action shall be taken, which may be either suspension or
dismissal from studies.
B) A student of TEKU shall NOT:
a. Engage in political activities on campus or while on campus,
b. Wear uniforms of any political party on campus or while on campus,
by words or acts, bring the University or the Government into dispute based on his/her
political belief or affiliation.
c Contest for elections in any political party while studying at TEKU
d. Use the name of the University for any document without official permission.
5. 3. 21 Spokesperson of the University
The Vice Chancellor (VC) is the only spokesperson who can allow the media on campus. A
person who calls a media or report on the University issues without the consent of the VC shall
be subject to disciplinary action. The disciplinary action shall be either suspension or dismissal
from studies.
5.3.21 Channelling of Issues by Students
Students ought to channel their issues through TEKUSO organs, which are under the leadership
of the TEKUSO President.
6.0
FINANCIAL MATTERS
6.1.
Policy on Payment of Tuition Fees
i. Each student must complete the fee payment agreement and file it with the Bursar.
ii. A student is not allowed into any lecture or tutorial session without being registered
with the University.
iii. Any student attempting to attend classes or access any other University facility
without paying fees, is subject to expulsion.
iv. Any student who shall indulge in forgery of university payments shall be dismissed
from the university.
v. Tuition fees once paid is not refundable.
vi. All those requiring refund should keep their receipt.
vii. All refunds shall be paid back after completion of studies.
6.2 TEKU Fee Structures
The tables below present estimates of typical costs to pursue a three-year first-degree programme
at the University (in Tshs.). The actual costs will vary depending upon the specific year and
needs of the student. This information is presented for information only to potential students and
their sponsors. All fees can be revised from time to time as per Council approval.
6.2.1 Fee Structures For Undergraduate Degree Students (Excluding Theology Students)
For Academic Year 2014/2015
INTERNATIONAL
TANZANIAN STUDENTS(TSHS)
STUDENTS(US $)
YEAR I
YEAR
II
ADMISSIO
N COSTS
Registration
fee
Sub total
YEAR
III
TOTAL
YEA
RI
TSHS
30,000
30,000
-
YEA
R III
TOTA
L
US DOLLARS
-
YEA
R II
-
30,000
30
30
-
- -
30
30
DIRECT COST TO UNIVERSITY
Tuition fee
Examination
fee
Caution
money
1,600,00
0
1,600,00
0
1,600,00
0
4,800,00
0
1,600
1,600
1,600
4,800
40,000
40,000
40,000
120,000
40
40
40
120
30,000
-
-
30,000
30
- -
30
Research
project
supervision
fee
Identity card
Student
union
TEKU
Developmen
t Fund
TCU
Quality
Assurance
Fee
Transcript
fee
Sub total
Grand total
-
-
-
-
-
- -
10,000
-
-
10,000
10
- -
15,000
15,000
15,000
45,000
20
50,000
50
20
50,000
20,000
20,000
20,000
60,000
1,715,00
0
1,745,00
0
1,655,00
0
1,655,00
0
30,000
1,685,00
0
1,685,00
0
5,055,00
0
5,115,00
0
20
10
20
60
- -
20
50
20
60
30
1,720
1,660
1,690
5,070
1,780
1,660
1,690
5,400
INDIRECT COSTS (INCURRED BY STUDENT/SPONSOR)
Meals and
accommodation
(120,000+888,00 1,200,00 1,200,00 1,200,00
0)
0
0
0
3,600,000
Health insurance 100,000 100,000
100,000 300,000
Books and
stationary
300,000 300,000 300,000 900,000
Internet service
50,000
50,000
50,000
150,000
1,650,00 1,650,00 1,650,00
Sub total
0
0
0
4,950,000
3
3,305,00 3,305,00 10,035,00
GRAND TOTAL
,395,000 0
0
0
SPECIAL PROGRAMME REQUIREMENTS
EDUCATION
PROGRAMMES 250,000 250,000 250,000 750,000
300,000 300,000 300,000 900,000
ART
PROGRAMMES
SCIENCE
PROGRAMMES 400,000 400,000 400,000 1,200,000
800
10
800
100
800
100
2,40
0
300
300
60
1,26
0
300
60
1,26
0
2,92
0
300
60
1,26
0
2,92
0
900
180
3,78
0
8,88
0
3,04
300 300 300 900
300 300 300 900
400 400 400 1,200
6.2.2. Fee Structures for Theological Students for Academic year 3014/2015
A. BACHEROR OF DIVINITY FEES
TANZANIANS STUDENTS
YEAR I
ADMISSION
COSTS
Application
fee
Registration
fee
Sub total
YEAR
II
YEAR
III
INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS
YEAR
I
TOTAL
YEAR
II
TSHS
YEAR
III
TOTAL
US DOLLARS
30,000
-
-
30,000
30
-
-
30
30,000
-
-
30,000
30
-
-
30
60,000
-
-
60,000
60
-
-
60
DIRECT COST TO UNIVERSITY
Tuition fee
600,000
600,000
600,000
1,800,00
0
1,000
1,000
1,000
3,000
Examination fee
40,000
40,000
40,000
120,000
40
40
40
120
Caution money
30,000
30,000
30
-
-
30
-
-
-
-
10
-
-
10
15
15
15
Research project
supervision fee
-
-
-
-
-
Identity card
10,000
-
-
Student union
TEKU
development
fund
15,000
15,000
15,000
TCU Quality
Assurance Fee
50,000
20,000
10,000
45,000
50,000
20,000
Transcript fee
20,000
60,000
50
20
50
20
30,000
Sub total
715,000
655,000
685,000
Grand total
775,000
655,000
685,000
45
20
60
30
2,085,00
0
2,085,00
0
1,115
1,055
1,085
1,175
1,055
3,225
3,285
INDIRECT COSTS(INCURRED BY STUDENT/SPONSOR)
Meals and
accommodation
(120,000+888,000) 1,008,000 1,008,000 1,008,000
FamilyQuarter(30,000per
monthx12)
360,000
360,000
360,000
3,024,000
800
800
800
1,080,000
-
-
-
2,400
-
Health insurance
Books and
stationary
100,000
100,000
100,000
300,000
100
100
100
300
300,000
300,000
300,000
900,000
300
300
300
900
Internet service
50,000
50,000
50,000
150,000
50
50
50
150
500,000
50,000
500,000
50,000
-
100
-
100
-
150
150
Research project
Field practical
Graduation
ceremony
Sub total
-
-
-
-
6,004,000
1,250
1,250
1,500
4,000
GRAND TOTAL
2,593,000 2,473,000 3,023,000
OTHER MANDATORY FEES (Depending on student)
TSHS
Hostel caution
money
30,000
Studies
postponement fee
per academic year
30,000
Change of course
per semester
30,000
Hire of graduation
gown(optional)
40,000
Purchase of
graduation
gown(optional)
150,000
Late return of
Graduation Gown
per day
10,000/dy
Late Registration
Fee per semester
50,000
Non – Registration
100,000
Carry – over fee per
semester
40,000
Loss of University ID 10,000
8,089,000
2,425
2,305
2,555
7,285
5,000
1,818,000
2,368,000
Loss of University
1,818,000
-
TSHS
30,000
30
30
30,000
30
30
30,000
30
30
40,000
-
150,000
40
-
150
40
150
examination card
Special examination
fee per semester
Late registration fee
per semester
40,000
50,000
50,000
50
50
All payments are to be made through deposits in any Teofilo Kisanji University Account as
follows:
1. A/C No. 016103001650 NBC LIMITED, MBEYA BRANCH;
2. A/C No. 01J1065895000 CRDB;
3. A/C No. 0140015028101 STANBIC, MBEYA BRANCH
4. A/C No. 0300786000 CBA, MBEYA BRANCH AND
5. Foreign A/C NBC A/C No 016108000027
After depositing the amount in the Bank, pay-in slips must be presented to the cashier for
official/university receipt within five (5) days. Delay of submission of the pay-in slip to the
cashier shall cost you Ten Thousand Shillings (10,000.00 Tshs.). Please abide to the TEKU
Financial Rules and Regulations!
NB: Make sure that you pay all deposits yourself and not using a middle person to avoid
conmen‘ (matapeli).
Accommodation
The university provides accommodation of two categories: a) ordinary rooms and b) luxurious
rooms with hot water.
Payments are of two types where category a – ordinary rooms payments are as follows: Tsh.
500.00/= per day. So for 240 days comprising an academic year is Tsh. 120,000.00 plus
accommodation caution fee of Tsh. 30,000 making a total of Tsh. 150,000.00. Category b –
luxurious rooms whose costs are as follows: Tsh. 750.00/= per day, for 240 days makes it
180,000.00 per year plus Tsh. 30,000 caution money making a total of Tsh. 210,000.00/Table showing payments for accommodation according to category (in Tshs)
Category
A
B
Type
Ordinary
Rooms
Luxurious
Rooms
Payment/Year Caution
Total
Money
120,000/
30,000/ 150,000/
180,000/
30,000/ 210,000/
The Sponsor is required to meet costs of accommodation, meals, and transportation.
6.3
Payment of Fees and Other Charges
Payment of fee deposits and other charges must be made payable to ―Teofilo Kisanji University
at Mbeya,‖ and can be executed in the following methods.
HERE IS HOW to make an “EASY-PAY” deposit:
1)
Visit any NBC, CBA, STANBIC, CRDB Bank in Tanzania.
2) Prepare a deposit slip, clearly printing (in BLOCK LETTERS) the following Information:
(a)
Account Name: Teofilo Kisanji University
(b)
Account Number: (select one)
Tanzanian Shillings:
NBC: 016103001650
STANBIC: 0140015028101
CBA:
0300786000
CRDB 01J1065895000
NMB:
Foreign Currency
NBC-EU: 016108000027
(c)
Write an explanation for your payment on the form and print your full name: For
example,
“STUDENT FEES FOR PAUL MUSA”
3)
4)
5)
6)
Present your cash at the Bank and the deposit slips to the cashier, and explain: ―I would
like to make a deposit to Teofilo Kisanji University at Mbeya
Be sure to get a receipt accurately summarizing your transaction and identifying the branch
name of that NBC Ltd. Bank and your name in full.
When you arrive at the University, present a copy of your deposit slip to the Finance
Department. You will receive a University receipt when your deposit is verified to the
TEKU University bank statement.
No cash payment shall be made at the Finance Department. All cash payments must be
made through Bank.
NB: Do not give anyone to deposit your fees for you while at the university, do it yourself!
Other Payment options include:
(b) Send BANK TELEPHONE TRANSFERS or WIRE
TRANSFERS to:
Bank:
NBC Ltd. Bank
Branch:
Mbeya Branch
Address:
P.O. Box 700
Swift Code: NLCBTZXAMBE
Account Name:
Teofilo Kisanji University– Mbeya
(c)
Send POSTAL or EMS MONEY ORDERS to:
Teofilo Kisanji University
Att: Finance Department
P.O. Box 1104 University Phone:+255(0)25250 2682
Mbeya, Tanzania
East Africa University E-mail: [email protected]
(d)
BANK DRAFTS IN US DOLLARS can be made by sponsors or students from foreign
banks if the payment is pre-approved in writing by the Finance Department. The sponsor
or student must clearly identify the sending bank by providing the required contact
information (bank name, name of contact at bank, address, phone number, and e-mail
address), and the payment must confirmed with the sending bank in advance by the Finance
Department. Any transaction charges assessed by clearing or depository banks must be
charged against the draft or paid by the student.
PLEASE NOTE:
To reduce the substantial risks of handling and holding large sums of cash, the Finance
Department cannot accept any cash payments. SORRY, No personal drafts or cheques
can be accepted.
6.4
Financial Regulations and Policies
6.4.1 Amount stated in Tanzanian Shillings (Tshs)
Amount for fees, deposits, and other charges in this section are stated in Tanzanian Shillings
(Tshs) unless otherwise indicated. However, students can request to pay in US Dollars (US$) by
requesting the Finance Department to prepare a special invoice in US$ for the named student.
The amount due as converted to US$ are only effective for a limited time, as stated in the
particular invoice.
6.4.2 Policy on Past Due and Current Due Amounts
A student cannot continue his/her studies if he/she owes the University any balance for a prior
semester, and/or if he/she cannot pay the installment for that semester currently due.
6.4.3 Cash Payments to Students
The University cannot make cash payments to students if the funds have not yet been received
and cleared by the University bank. First year students are required to open their bank accounts
with CRDB Bank or any of the listed banks above which will be submitted during registration.
No cash will be paid to students. All funds that are passed through TEKU bank accounts will
be liable to be charged for Tshs 3,000.00 for local transaction and 10 percent of the amount
deposited through TEKU Bank Account for a foreign transaction.
6.4.4. Loans to Students
Teofilo Kisanji University policy established by its Financial Regulations prohibits loans to
students for any reason.
6.4.5. Student Allowances
The University does not provide allowances to students. The University invoice only covers
student fees and required deposits. It does not cover any of the student‘s personal expenses.
Support for personal needs and studies should consider reasonable and necessary expenses such
as books/stationery/supplies, personal care items, transportation, and special expenses for studies
(special equipment, off-campus studies, and research papers/ internships).
6.5
Scholarships/Sponsorship
Applicants who have applied for and anticipate receiving scholarships or sponsorship support
from church organizations, governmental agencies, parastatal, public or private organizations,
private companies or individuals, must notify the Bursar and provide relevant copies of
correspondence and scholarship documentation (including phone, fax, mail, and e-mail contact
information for the sponsor). Sponsorship payments should be made directly to the University, to
the attention of the Bursar.
6.6
Student Loans from Higher Education Students’ Loans Board (HESLB)
Students with admission at Teofilo Kisanji University or any other Higher Learning Institution
may apply for a loan at the Higher Education Students‘ Loans Board (HESLB) to cover some of
their education costs.
The HESLB was established under Act No. 9 of 2004 and commenced operations in July 2005.
According to the Act, eligible and needy Tanzanian students who secure admission in higher
learning institutions to pursue programmes that lead to the attainment of Advanced Diplomas or
Degrees may seek loans from HESLB to meet part of, or all, costs of their education. This
stipulation is the legal interpretation of paragraph 6.2 of higher education policy (1999) which
ushered in cost sharing in higher education in the country. This requires each higher education
student to contribute to the cost of his/her education.
As per HESLB, a needy student is:
 An orphan
 Disabled or has disabled poor parents
 From a poor single parent family
 From marginalized and disadvantaged groups
 From a low income threshold family earning minim wage or below
Items to be financed by the Loan as from 2012/2013 academic year are as follows:
 Meals and accommodation (Tshs. 7,500/= per day).
 Books and Stationery (Tshs. 120, 000/=)
 Field Practical Work Expenses (up to 100 percent).
 Research Expenses (100 percent)
 Tuition Fee depends on type of programme and means testing results, the topping up is covered
by a student.
 Special Faculty Requirements depends on type of programme and means testing results.
 Any other expenses considered by HESLB
For more information on the loans application process, contact the following:
The Dean of Students/Loan Officer
Teofilo Kisanji University
P.O. Box 1104
Mbeya, Tanzania
Or:
The Executive Director
Higher Education Students‘ Loans Board (HESLB)
Mwenge
P.O. Box 76076
Dar es Salaam, Tanzania
Or:
Visit: HESLB Website www.heslb.go.tz
7.0
UNIVERSITY FACILITIES AND SERVICES
Students making effective use of the Library services
7.1.
Introduction
The University provides various facilities and services to students and the community at large.
Facilities and services are organised under different organs of the University like units and
directorates.
7.2.
University Library Facilities and Services
The University has transformed the Library and information services into a directorate under the
name of Directorate of Library and Information Services abbreviated as DoLIS. The services to
be provided by this directorate are as outlined below.
The Library has a large collection of books on all subject areas of theology, social sciences,
education, languages, mathematics, ICT, economics, arts etc. The collection of books comprise
of more than 25,000 volumes of hard copies as well as about 5,000 entries of soft copies for
reference and circulation. Subscribed journals also form part of the library collection.
Computers have been networked and are internet connected; printing, photocopying, and binding
services are available. In order to accomplish efficient services of all these library resources and
facilities, library users are requested to abide to the set rules and regulations. Library users are
also looked upon to make suggestion to any amendments they think could improve library
services for communal good.
DoLIS is a member of COTUL (Consortium of Tanzania Universities and Research Libraries)
which enables the University to subscribe over 45 databases to access hundreds of online
Journals in order to help library patrons to do well in their research.
Opening Hours
Day
Monday to Friday
Saturdays
Sundays
Duration
08:30 - 22.00 hours
09:00 - 18:00 hours
14:00 - 18:00 hours
The Library is closed on all public holidays and during the University recess, the Library will be
in operation on working days only from 08:30 hours to 18:00 hours.
(i)
Membership
The library provides membership to Students, academic and non-academic Staff. Members
from outside TEKU who are neither TEKU students nor TEKU staff shall pay a
membership fee of twenty five thousand shillings (TShs. 25,000.00) per year. Members
outside TEKU are to apply for membership in writing to become users of the library.
Entrance into the Library is by identity cards.
(ii)
Borrowing Tickets
Students and non-academic staff are issued with 3 tickets and academic staff with 5 tickets.
Members from outside TEKU shall be issued with 1 ticket.
NB: Finalists are required to return all 3 borrowing tickets issued to them after completion
of their studies.
(iii)
Lending Rules
1. Borrowers are required to produce identity card and library tickets when borrowing
library materials.
2. Library materials borrowed must be returned on or before the due date.
3. No book or any other library material may be taken out of the library unless it has been
officially issued to the borrower at the issue desk.
4. Normal loan period for students is 2 weeks, academic staff is one month; and 2 hours
for Special reserve materials during the normal working hours. An issue may be
renewed for a further period if the document is not reserved for other readers.
5. Library materials borrowed for overnight or weekend use must be returned at 9:00 am
when the library opens.
6. The Librarian has the right to recall any book before the date on which it is due.
7. All borrowers must be at the end of each semester settle any overdue loans before they
are permitted to borrow library materials again in the following semester.
8. Any student holding overdue library materials shall not be allowed to borrow books until
the library materials are returned and overdue fines have been paid.
9. In the case of finalist students, examination and provisional statement of results,
transcripts and certificates will be withheld by the Deputy Vice Chancellor for Academic
Affairs until unreturned library items have been recovered, or fines for overdue, or the
value of materials and penalty have been paid by the borrower.
10. All books must be returned when stocktaking is taking place.
(iv) Library Regulations
1. Smoking, eating and drinking are not allowed in the library.
2. No bags, umbrellas, parcels etc, except files and books may be brought into the
library.
3. Idle conversation, loud laughter, and other unnecessary noise disturbing library users
must be avoided. Discussions are strictly forbidden in the library. All those who want to
discuss must go to the noise-free area.
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13.
SILENCE must strictly be observed in the library. MOBILE PHONES, pagers and
watch alarms should be SWITCHED OFF or put in silence mode before entering the
library.
Tsh. 2,000/= fine shall be imposed to users contravening use of mobile phone in the
library.
Failure to observe silence will result into expulsion from the library and other
disciplinary measures taken.
Library books and other materials are to be handled with care. Mutilation and damage
of library material by marking, or tearing should be avoided.
Theft and mutilation of library materials are criminal offences. Anyone caught
attempting to steal, stealing or to have stolen library materials shall be reported to
relevant security (including the police) and TEKU disciplinary organs for further
actions that may include prosecution, banned from using the library and/or suspension
from studies.
Abusive language or gestures, harassing or threatening behaviour to the library staff
and/or users are not acceptable.
On leaving the library, all users are required to produce for inspection all books and
other items out of the library.
Reservation of seats is not permitted.
Users must be decently dressed and conduct themselves properly in the library. Noisy
shoes should not be worn in the library.
Library membership cards are not transferable.
14. The library will not accept responsibility for loss or misplaced personal belongings.
15. Any loss of borrowing tickets must be reported immediately to the library staff. The
lost ticket may be replaced by new ticket at Tsh. 2000/= non refundable.
16. Library staff on duty have the right to request a user to leave the premise if found
violating any of the library rules and regulations.
(v)
Fine and Penalties
Library materials must be returned by the due date or earlier. Failure to do so will be
treated as a serious offence. The borrower will be required to pay fine for overdue.
(a)
Fine for Overdue
Fine imposed on borrowers for late return of Library materials includes:
A fine of Tsh. 500/= (students) and Tsh. 1000/= (others) which shall be paid every
additional day after the last day of returning a borrowed material to the library. Failure to
return the book after the additional fined 7 days will be considered failure to pay the fine
will result to denial to use the library.
(b)
(c)
Special Reserve Materials
Fine of Tsh. 500/= shall be paid after every additional hour.
Loss and Damage
A borrower will be held responsible for materials out on loan. If the material is lost, an
immediate report should be made to the librarian and the borrower is required to pay one
and a half (1.5) of the damaged or lost material.
Theft
The penalty for any act of book theft shall be suspension from using library services for the
whole semester. Repetition of the same mistake shall be denial to access the library,
accompanied by a warning letter copied to the Deans / Director or Heads of the
Department.
7.3 Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Facilities and Services
The University is well equipped with modern computer facilities and services. There are three
computer labs and all are internet connected. All members of the University community can
enjoy the internet services. Two labs are for training purposes and another is for the purposes of
language training.
7.4. Kindergarten
There is a Kindergarten school within the compound, which serves children of TEKU
community and the community surrounding TEKU.
7.5. Medical Services
A dispensary assists students and the community. A student shall be required to pay for the
services provided at the dispensary. In case of seriousness, a person is then referred to K‘s
Quality Hospital or Mbeya Referral Hospital for further investigation and treatment. A nurse is
in-charge of the dispensary.
7.6. Sports, Games and Leisure
There are playgrounds for football, netball, basketball and other sports such as athletics. Both
students and members of staff are allowed to use the sports and leisure facilities.
7.7. Bookshop and Photocopy Services
TEKU Bookshop is within the compound and has a variety of books. There are also photocopy
services available in the Bookshop.
7.8. Stationery and Secretary Services
Stationery and secretary services are available in the bookshop and in the University Library.
7.9. Chaplaincy
Within the University Old Campus, there is a chapel to cater for all students. The
Chapel services are offered on mornings as well as Sundays. The Chapel belongs to the
Moravian Church in Tanzania (MCT). Special services such as Weddings etc. can be arranged
with the Chaplain.
7.10. Accommodation
The University has services of hostels for students at affordable prices. Besides the ordinary
hostels at the Old Campus, the University has
modern hostels namely Hekima, Uzima and
Amani. The University has invested in those hostels to ensure the availability of conducive
residing conditions to students to facilitate learning and security to students.
7.11. Conference Halls Facilities
The University has halls to render services to people with social functions like weddings,
seminars, workshops etc readily available at affordable prices.
8.0. ACADEMIC FACULTIES
At the moment, the University consists of four faculties namely Faculty of Theology, Faculty of
Education, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, and Faculty of Science and Technology.
Students well seated prior to examinations
8.1. Faculty of Theology (FoTH)
TEKU Chapel
8.1.1 Introduction
The Faculty of Theology provides graduate theological education in programmes of an academic
and professional nature, and promotes research in these areas. Through its programs and
resources, the Faculty forms men and women for faithful and creative leadership in the mission
of the Church. Grounded in the scriptural, historical, and doctrinal sources and practices that
shape the Christian Church, the Faculty seeks faithfully to carry that identity into the future. The
Faculty of Theology offers different programmes in theology from Non Degree programs to
Postgraduate degree programmes in General Certificate in Theology, Ordinary Diploma in
Theology, Bachelor of Divinity, Masters in Theology, Post Graduate Diploma in Theology and
PhD in Theology.
The programme intends to equip students in the ordained ministry, religious education and other
ministries within the church and society.
8.1.2 Faculty of Theology Departments
The faculty consists of five departments, which are:
1. Biblical Studies
2. Pastoral Theology
3. Systematic Theology
4. Church History
5. Liberal Arts
8.1.3 Course Codes Identification
Course codes are identified as follows:
 TBD: T stands for TEKU; B for Bachelor, and D for Divinity
 Three digits are used which are to be understood as follows:
 The first digit stands for the semester in which the course is offered:
 The second digit bears the name of the five departments, Number 1 stands for Biblical
department, 2 for Practical theology, 3 for systematic theology, 4 for Historical department
and 5 for Liberal department.
 The third digit in series bears the number of occurrences of the course in a particular
department.
8.1.4 Bachelor of Divinity
Bachelor of Divinity Programmes are designed to provide good academic preparation for those
who aim to serve in the ordained ministry of churches, and is flexible enough to accommodate
also students with some other career aspirations. The aim is to train the students and develop
them in an advanced theological training for effective ministry. Additionally to equip the
students with professionals this will help them to suffice the present and future challenges in
both the church and the community. In order to graduate a student is required to have 122
credits.
8.1.5 Course Listing
Number of Credits Required for Graduation
In order for a BD student to graduate, he/she must take and pass a minimum of 122 credits.
The distribution of the credits is as follows:
Courses
Theology
Crosscutting
Total
1st Year
1st
Sem
19
2
21
2
Sem
21
0
2nd Year
3rd
Sem
19
2
21
21
nd
4
Sem
18
2
3rd Year
5th
Sem
24
0
6
Sem
18
0
119
6
20
24
18
125
th
FIRST YEAR
First Semester
Course Code
Course Title
Credits
TBD 111
New
Testament
1:Grammar
Greek
3
TBD 112
Introduction to Old Testament
3
TLE 113
Communication
Skills
2
TBD 121
Homiletics
3
TBD 122
Hymnody I
2
TBD 131
Introduction to Theology
3
TBD 141
Church History 1:Ancient to
Medieval Period
3
and
Study
Total
th
TBD 151
Philosophy and Logic
2
TOTAL
21
Second Semester
Course Code
Course Title
Credits
TBD 221
New Testament Greek 2: Grammar
3
TBD 212
New Testament Background
3
TBD 213
Old Testament History and Theology
3
TBD 221
Introduction to Pastoral Ministry
2
TBD 222
Warship and Liturgy
3
TBD 223
Hymnody II
2
TBD 241
Church History 2: Reformation to the
Present
3
TBD 251
Sociology of Religion
2
TOTAL
21
SECOND YEAR
Third Semester
Course Code
Course Title
Credits
TBD 311
Reading New Testament Greek
2
TBD 312
The Gospels and Acts
3
TBD 313
Old Testament: Prophetic and Wisdom
Literature
3
TBD 314
Hebrew I: Grammar
3
TBD 321
HIV and AIDS: Church and Healing
Ministry
3
TBD 322
Pastoral Field Attachment I
3
TBD 341
Moravian History 1:Ancient unity
2
TDS 371
Development Studies I
2
TOTAL
21
Fourth Semester
Course Code
Course Title
Credits
TBD 411
New Testament: Pauline and Catholic Letters
3
TBD 412
Hebrew II: Grammar
2
TBD 431
Dogmatics I: God, Creation and Sin
3
TBD 441
Church History in Africa : Central and East
3
TBD 442
Moravian History
Church
3
TBD 451
Research Methods in Theology
2
TBD 452
Psychology of Religion
2
TDS 471
Development Studies II
2
TOTAL
20
2: Renewed Moravian
THIRD YEAR
Fifth Semester
Course Code
Course Title
Credits
TBD 521
Christian Education
3
TBD 522
Christian denominations
3
TBD 523
Pastoral Field Attachment II
3
TBD 531
African Reconstruction Theology
3
TBD 532
Dogmatics
II:
Christology,
Trinity,
Pneumatology, Ecclesia and Eschatology
3
TBD 541
Moravian History 2: Tanzania Moravian
History and Moravianism
3
TBD 551
Christian Approaches to Other Religions
3
TBD 552
Research Project in Theology
3
TOTAL
24
Sixth Semester
Course
Code
Course Title
Credits
TBD 621
Stewardship and Church Finance
3
TBD 622
Church Administration
3
TBD 623
Pastoral Care and Counselling/
Clinical Pastoral Education
3
TBD 631
Christian Ethics
3
TBD 641
Missiology and Ecumenism
3
TBD 652
Financial
Management
Entrepreneurship
TOTAL
and
3
18
8.1.6 Internship
Internship will be done in a long vacation of every second semester. This is a training and
learning process, in which students are expected to utilize the theories they learned in classes
through practice in congregations. Each student will be attached to a congregation where they
will work for two semesters.
8.1.7 RELIGIOUS STUDIES
8.1.7.1
Introduction
Religious Studies offer the opportunity for a comparative study of the religious (system of
ultimate meaning) developed by humankind in the course of its history.
The main purpose of the University is to promote the pursuit of truth and the advancement of
knowledge, to provide facilities for higher education, and to serve all those who seek through its
facilities to avail them of and contribute to teaching, research, and public service.
8.1.7.2
Course Objective
1. To assist in the training of secondary school teachers by providing training in religious studies
subjects which normally form part of secondary school curriculum.
2. To contribute to the training of people in public services and in the private sector to meet the
urgent need to develop the country‘s human resources.
3. To enable students to acquire a better understanding of human being as social in its totality,
and as involving the body, soul and spirit, and to assist students to think critically and
creatively.
8.1.7.3
Course Codes
The course code for Religious Studies is TRS. T Stands for TEKU and RS for Religious Studies.
Three digits are used for the number of courses, which are to be understood as follows:
The first digit stands for the semester in which the course is offered.
The second and third digits stand for the course in any particular semester.
8.1.7.4 Course Structure
All education students shall take all compulsory education courses and optional courses will be
as stipulated by the Departments.
In addition, all education students will take two teaching subjects of which one will be a major
teaching subject and the other will be a minor teaching subject. ―That means 7 credits as major or
5 credits as minor‖
8.1.7.5 Course Listing
YEAR ONE
First Semester
Course Code
Course title
Credit
Status
TRS 131
Introduction to World Religious Studies
3
Core
TRS 132
Comparative Religious Studies
2
Core
TRS 133
African Religious Heritage
2
Core
TRS 134
Culture, Religion and Philosophy
2
Core
All students shall take TRS 131. Those who major Religious studies shall take 2 more courses
and those who minor shall take 1 more course.
Second Semester
Course Code
Course title
Credit
TRS 231
Judaism, Christianity and Islam: A Comparative Study
TRS 232
Nature of Religious History
TRS 233
New Religious Movements
TRS 234
New Testament Background
TRS 235
Methods of Teaching Religious Studies
All students shall take TRS 231. Those who major Religious studies shall
and those who minor shall take 1 more course.
Status
3
Core
2
Core
2
Core
2
Elective
2
Core
take 2 more courses
YEAR TWO
Third Semester
Course code
TRS
TRS
TRS
TRS
Course title
Credit
331
332
333
334
Research Methodology in Religious studies
3
Post Modern Philosophy of Religion
3
African‘s Religious Heritage
2
Old Testament: Prophetic and Wisdom
2
Literature
All students shall take TRS 331. Those who major Religious studies shall
and those who minor shall take 1 more course.
Status
Core
Core
Core
Core
take 2 more courses
Fourth Semester
Course code
Course Title
Credit
Status
TRS 341
Religion and Social Issues
3
Core
TRS 342
Inter history of Religions
2
Core
TRS 343
Theories of Religions
2
Core
TRS 344
African Reconstruction Theology
2
Elective
All students shall take TRS 341. Those who major Religious studies shall take 2 more courses
and those who minor shall take 1 more course.
YEAR THREE
Fifth Semester
Course code
Course title
Credit
Status
TRS 531
Meditation and Mysticism
2
Core
TRS 532
Religion in Private and Public Life
2
Core
TRS 533
Religious and Social Ethics
3
Core
TRS 534
Christian Approaches to other Religious
2
Elective
TRS 535
Research Project in Religious Studies
2
Core
All students shall take TRS 533. Those who major Religious studies shall take 2 more courses
and those who minor will take 1 more course.
Sixth Semester
Course code
Course title
TRS
TRS
TRS
TRS
Social Ethics and Human Development
Contemporary Social Ethical Issues
Individual Ethics
Christian Denominations
631
632
633
634
Credit Status
3
2
2
2
Core
Core
Core
Elective
All students shall take TRS 631. Those who major Religious Studies shall take 2 more courses
and those who minor shall take 1 more course.
8.2. Faculty of Education
(FED)
Graduands pause before being pronounced as graduates
An enticing environment for learning and recreation
8.2.1 Introduction
The Faculty of Education of Teofilo Kisanji University offers a four year Bachelor of Education
(Languages-BEL), Bachelor Education Psychology (BED Psychology), Bachelor of Counseling
Psychology (BED Counseling Psychology) and Bachelor of Arts with Education (BAED). The
programmes aim at training secondary school teachers, teacher training tutors, and education
officers in the specialized areas like psychology and counseling.
The Faculty of education has been established purposely to address the burning problem of a
shortage of qualified teachers, psychologists, counselors and administrators, facing Tanzania.
Revitalization of schools in Tanzania especially secondary schools and colleges, will depend on
many essential factors, including improved teacher training and provision for management
training of school administrators.
The programmes offered by the Faculty of Education are designed to provide educators a solid
foundation of the knowledge in their area of specialization and enhanced proficiency in
communication skills.
The programmes are practical oriented whereby student teachers enrolled in these programmes
have opportunities to observe, model, and practice new techniques throughout their course of
study.
The Faculty of Education prepares students to become effective teachers and administrators with
the knowledge, skills, and appropriate attitudes needed to improve the quality of education in
Tanzania
8.2.2 Specific Objectives
The Bachelor of Education (Languages), Bachelor of Education Psychology, Bachelor of
Education Counseling Psychology, and Bachelor of Arts with Education have the following
detailed objectives:
a)
To equip students with knowledge of teaching and learning in theory and practice, so that
they may
i. Consider the cognitive and emotional development of their students when planning and
preparing lessons in their respective teaching subjects:
ii. Design and teach effective subject lessons;
jj. Implement a variety of effective strategies to teach the subjects.
iv. Evaluate properly their lessons and the students‘ performance;
v. Develop a personal philosophy of education.
b).
To equip students with knowledge in Psychology, Sociology and Ethics or philosophy, so
that they may
i). Consider the social background of students (and teachers) in Tanzania;
ii) Communicate in a proper way with the students and their parents;
iii) Communicate the spirit of good citizenship and working for the good of the nation.
c).
To enable the students to study in depth and to know and understand the respective
subjects:
i) Teach the respective subjects to primary, secondary schools and teachers colleges;
ii) Enable their students to use the knowledge provided in the respective subjects in a
proper way.
iii) Enable their students discuss the respective subjects effectively.
iv) Attain expertise in research on the respective subjects
v) Use research and observation findings for ongoing inquiry into the education of
respective subjects.
d) To give the students a solid background in understanding the respective subjects so that
they may
i) Communicate concepts and knowledge to secondary school learners.
ii) Use available research tools for continued education in respective teaching subjects
iii) Help their students in using the knowledge acquired in respective subjects.
e)
To enable students to use educational media and technology, so that they may,
i. Use computer to write their research papers and theses
ii. Use the Internet and its research tools for continued education in teaching and learning.
iii. Install high standards of professional conduct and a sense of teaching as a vocation among
students.
iv. Provide a good example in the work habits and work with diligence and excellence.
i. Display a commitment to good moral conduct;
ii. Value continuing education and ongoing personal improvement.
8.2.3 Course Codes
The Course Codes for the courses in the Faculty of Education are as follows: TED- Education
courses; TLE- Study skills; TDS Development Studies; and TCS –Computer Skills, TPS –
Psychology courses and TCP- Counseling Psychology.
Courses bear series for the semesters as follows: the first semester bear 100 series; second
semester-200 series; third semester-300 series; fourth semester-400 series; fifth semester-500
series and sixth semester- 600 series.
8.2.4 Course Structure
All education students taking Bachelor of Education, Education Psychology, Counseling and
Arts shall take all compulsory education courses and optional courses will be as stipulated in the
Departments.
In addition, all Education students will take two teaching subjects of which one will be a major
teaching subject and the other will be a minor teaching subject.
All students will take the inter-disciplinary courses of Development studies and Communication
Skills, which will be provided in the respective designated semester and from different Faculties.
Students shall be required to take a total of not less than 21 credits and not more than 24 credits
in a semester. The courses will comprise of seven credits for the Education course in each
semester and the remaining credits will be obtained through the students‘ specialization. These
are mathematics, psychology, and Counseling. 42 credits shall have to be covered per year and
121 credits to complete a degree programme.
8.2.5 Teaching Practice and Internship
Teaching practice and internship will be done in the first and second year. It is training and
learning process, which students are expected to utilize the theories they learned through practice
in secondary and teacher training institutions. They will teach for six weeks during the long
vacation of both first and second year. Students will choose optional courses between secondary
education methods, teacher education methods and adult education methods. Students taking
secondary education methods in their first second year will be attached in secondary schools for
teaching practice, those taking teacher education methods will be attached in teacher training
institutions or primary schools and those taking adult education methods will be attached to
teacher training institutions and students taking BED Counseling Psychology and BED
Psychology will be attached to organizations or Schools for fields work at the end of the second
year and fourth semesters.
Subject Combinations for Students taking Bachelor of Arts with Education Students taking
Education (BEL and BAED), besides Education, they shall study the following subject
combinations:
S/No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
Subject Combination
Double Mathematics
Double Economics
Double Business Studies
History and Kiswahili
History and Geography
History and English
History and Economics
History and Religious Studies
History and French
Geography and Kiswahili
Geography and English
Geography and Economics
Geography and Mathematics
Kiswahili and English
Kiswahili and French
Abbreviation
TEKU/BEDMATHS/DM
TEKU/BAED/DE/…
TEKU/BAED/DB/…
TEKU/BAED/HK/…
TEKU/BAED/HG/…
TEKU/BAED/HE/…
TEKU/BAED/HEC/…
TEKU/BAED/HR/…
TEKU/BAED/HF/…
TEKU/BAED/GK/…
TEKU/BAED/GE/…
TEKU/BAED/GEC/…
TEKU/BAED/GM/…
TEKU/BEL/KE/…
TEKU/BEL/KF/…
16
17
18
19
20
Kiswahili and Religious Studies
English and French
English and Religious Studies
French and Religious Studies
Economics and Mathematics
TEKU/BAED/KR/…
TEKU/BEL/EF/…
TEKU/BAED/ER/…
TEKU/BAED/FR/…
TEKU/BAED/ECM/…
8.2.6 Bachelor of Arts with Education (BAED)
8.2.6.1 Introduction
The Bachelor of Arts with Education Degree is designed to qualify students to teach in
secondary schools and teachers colleges correspondingly. The degree is of three years' duration,
consisting of 6 consecutive semesters. The fundamental aim of courses is to provide the
professional and academic foundation for teachers' careers, by providing a high quality education
that will impart the knowledge and pedagogical skills necessary to teach the secondary school
and teachers colleges.
8.2.6.2 Objectives
The programme seeks to equip participants with the competence to teach all levels of secondary
schools and colleges.
To prepare teachers to have a mastery and competence in all the curricular areas of the education
sector.
In addition, to equip them with an understanding of education's knowledge base that is provided
by History of Education, Philosophy of Education, Psychology of Education and Sociology of
Education etc.
The Credits requirements for education programmes shall lei between 120 and 122 credit
inclusively.
COURSE LISTINGS
FIRST YEAR
FIRST YEAR – FIRST SEMESTER
COURSE CODE
TED 101
TED 102
TED 103
COURSE
History of Education
Philosophy of Education
Sociology of Education
CREDITS
2
3
2
STATUS
Core
Core
Core
FIRST YEAR – SECOND SEMESTER
COURSE
CODE
TED 211
TED 202
TED 203
TED 204
COURSE
Education Media and Technology
Educational Psychology
Principles, Methods and Practical Skills for
teaching
Teaching Practice
CREDITS
STATUS
2
2
3
Core
Core
Core
2
core
TED 204 will be taken at the end of the academic year. TED 203 will include micro TP as part of
the course work. Each student must attend tutorials, which will include topic presentations and
micro teaching practice.
SECOND YEAR - THIRD SEMESTER
COURSE
CODE
TED 301
TED 302
TED 303
COURSE
CREDITS STATUS
Cross-cutting Issues in Education
Curriculum Development
Classroom Learning and Interaction
2
2
3
Core
Core
Core
SECOND YEAR – FOURTH SEMESTER
COURSE
CODE
TED 401
TED 402
TED 403
TED 404
COURSE
Education Guidance and Counselling
Research Methods in Education
Introduction to Educational Statistics
Teaching Practice II
CREDITS STATUS
3
2
2
2
Core
Core
Core
Core
TED 404 will be taken at the end of the academic year during the long vacation
THIRD YEAR – FIFTH SEMESTER
COURSE COURSE
CODE
TED 501 Professional Ethics for Educators
TED 511 Research Project in Education
TED 503 Comparative Education
TED 504 Early Childhood Education
TED 505 Pedagogy of Teachers Education
TED 506 Methods of teaching Adult Education
CREDITS STATUS
3
2
2
2
2
2
Core
Option
Core
Option
Option
Option
THIRD YEAR – SIXTH SEMESTER
COURSE
CODE
TED 601
COURSE
CREDITS STATUS
TED 602
TED 603
Educational Testing, Measurements and
Evaluation
Economics of Education
Education Management and Administration
TED 605
Education Seminar B
3
Core
2
2
Core
Core
8.2.7 Bachelor of Education Psychology (BEDPSY) Programme
8.2.7.1 Introduction
The Bachelor of Education Psychology programme aims at preparing educational psychologists
to take care of psychological and psychosocial matters related to education and other fields at
different levels. The program focuses on preparing professionals who are competent in handling
psychological issues in education and healthy efficiently and effectively. It also deals with the
application of psychology to the study of the behaviour of individuals in the roles of teacher and
learner, the nature and effects of learning environments, and the psychological effects of
methods, resources, and organization.
It equips students who will generate new knowledge in educational psychology in the Tanzanian
context.
8.2.7.2 Number of Credits Required for Graduation
In order for BED PSYCHOLOGY student to graduate, a student must take and pass a minimum
of 120 credits. The distribution of such credits will be as follows:
These credits may include two teaching subjects, one teaching subjects and non teaching subject
(pure BED PSYCHOLOGY) BACHELOR OF EDUCATION PSYCHOLOGY
PROGRAMME
A: PURE BED PSYCHOLOGY
COURSES
FIRST
SECOND
YEAR
YEAR
THIRD
YEAR
TOTAL
1st
2nd
3rd
4th
5th
6th
Sem Sem Sem Sem Sem Sem
Education
7
7
7
7
7
7
Psychology 12
12
12
12
12
15
Cross2
0
2
2
0
0
cutting
TOTAL
21
19
21
21
19
22
42
72
6
120
B: ONE TEACHING SUBJECT AND PSYCHOLOGY
COURSES
FIRST
SECOND
THIRD
TOTAL
YEAR
YEAR
YEAR
1st
2nd
3rd
4th
5th
6th
Sem Sem Sem Sem Sem Sem
Education
7
7
7
7
7
7
42
Psychology
6
10
8
6
9
6
45
1 Teaching
5
5
5
5
5
5
30
subjects
Cross
2
0
2
2
0
0
6
cutting
TOTAL
20
22
22
20
21
18
123
B: TWO TEACHING SUBJECTS AND PSYCHOLOGY
COURSES
FIRST
SECOND
THIRD
TOTAL
YEAR
YEAR
YEAR
1st
2nd
3rd
4th
5th
6th
Sem Sem Sem Sem Sem Sem
Education
7
7
7
7
7
7
42
Psychology
6
6
6
6
6
6
36
2 Teaching
10
10
10
10
10
10
60
subjects
Cross
2
2
2
6
cutting
TOTAL
25
23
25
25
23
22
144
8.2.8. Bachelor of Education Psychology (BEDPSY)
Programme
Course Requirements
Pure Psychology students are required to take all Psychology courses, Education courses plus
Cross Cutting courses of the respective semester. While Partial Psychology students are required
to take part of Psychology courses and one (1) teaching subject as minor which mount to five (5)
credits per semester, Education courses and Cross Cutting courses.
COURSE LISTINGS
FIRST YEAR
First Semester
Course
Course title
Credits Status
Code
TED 101 History of Education
2
Core
TED 102 Philosophy of Education
3
Core
TED 103 Sociology of Education
2
Core
TPS 101 Introduction to Psychology
3
Core
TPS 102 Psychology Personality
3
Core
TPS 103 Life Span Development
3
Core
TLE 113 Communication and Study Skills
2
Core
Pure Bed Psychology students shall take all core courses and TCP 110. Major Psychology
students shall take TPS101 and TPS 103 and BED psychology with two teaching subjects shall
take TPS101 and TPS 103
Second Semester
Course
code
TED 211
TED 202
TED 203
TED 204
TCP 215
TPS 201
Course title
Educational Media and Technology
Educational Psychology
Principles, Methods and Practical skills of
Teaching
Teaching Practice I/Internship I
Credits Status
2
2
3
Core
Core
Core
2
Core
Human Interaction in the Helping
2
Core
Relationship
TPS 202 Social Psychology
3
Core
TPS 203 Adolescence
3
Core
TPS 204 Conflict Management
2
Core
BED Psychology students shall take all core courses and choose either TCP211 or 212. Major
Psychology students shall take TPS 201, 202 and 204 and BED psychology with two teaching
subjects shall take TPS 201 and 202
SECOND YEAR
THIRD SEMESTER
Course
Code
TED 301
TED 302
TED 303
TPS 301
TPS 302
TPS 303
TSO 310
TDS 371
Course Title
Crosscutting Issues in Education
Curriculum Development
Classroom Learning and Interaction and Pedagogy
of Teacher‘s Education
Learning and Cognition
Human Sexuality
Introduction to Psychometrics
Social Policy
Development Studies I
Credits Status
2
2
Core
Core
3
Core
3
3
3
2
2
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
BED Psychology students shall take all core courses. Major Psychology students shall take TPS
301, TPS 302, and TSO 310 and BED psychology with two teaching subjects shall take TPS
301 and TPS 302
Fourth Semester
Course code
Course title
Credits Status
TED 401
TED 402
TED 411
TED 404
TCP 413
TPS 401
TPS 402
TPS 403
TCP 412
TDS 471
Educational Guidance and Counselling
Research Methodology in Education
Introduction to Educational Statistics
Teaching Practice II/Internship II
2
3
2
2
Core
Core
Core
Core
Research Methods in Psychology
Cross Cultural Psychology
Abnormal Psychology
Career and Occupational Psychology
Development Studies II
3
3
3
3
2
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
BED Psychology students shall take all core courses. Major Psychology students shall take TPS
401 and TPS 403. and BED psychology with two teaching subjects shall take TPS 401 and
TPS 402. Major Psychology and Bed psychology students with two teaching subjects shall take
TED 404 which will be done during the long vacation.
THIRD YEAR
Fifth Semester
CODE
TED 511
TED 503
TED 504
TCP 511
TCP 512
TCP 513
TCP 514
TITLE
CREDITS
Professional Ethics for Educators
3
Comparative Education
2
Research Methodology And Project In
3
Psychology
Community Counselling
3
Working with Older People
3
Research
Project
in
Counselling
3
Psychology
Counselling Trends, Issues and Ethics
3
and Outcome
STATUS
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
BED Psychology students shall take all core courses. Major Psychology students shall take TPS
501, TPS 503, and TPS 504 and BED psychology students with two teaching subjects shall
take TPS 501 and TPS 503.
Sixth Semester
Course Code Course Title
TED 601
Educational Testing Measurement,
Evaluation and Statistics
TED 602
Economics of Education
TED 603
Education Management and Administration
TPS 601
Counselling Psychology
TPS 602
Health Psychology
TPS 603
Gender Psychology
TPS 604
Issues of Domestic Violence
TCP 614
TCP 610
Working with people with disabilities
Organizational behaviour
Credits
2
Status
Core
2
2
3
3
3
3
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
core
2
3
Optional
Optional
BED Psychology students shall take all core courses and make optional on TCP 610 or TCP
614. Major Psychology students shall take TPS 601 and TPS 603 and BED psychology with two
teaching subjects shall take TPS 601 and TPS 602.
8.2.9 Bachelor of Education Counselling Psychology (BEDCP)
8.2.9.1 Introduction
The counseling as degree programme aims at preparing the counselors who will guide, advice,
recommend, consult, and assist with the nearly limitless variety of concerns that students,
parents, teachers, administrators, and the community may have.
The degree programme offers a means for the student to grow in knowledge of self and others,
thus enabling them to develop a sense of responsibility needed to live effectively in today's
world; also it prepares students who can relate their knowledge in a major way to planning but
also extend to mental health, interpersonal relations, social adjustment, career planning, and
work adjustment.
8.2.9.2 Number of Credits Required for Graduation
In order, for counselling Psychology student, to graduate he/she must take and pass a minimum
of 122 credits. The distribution of such credits will be as follows:
Pure Counselling Psychology students
COURSES
Education
Major
(Counselling
Psychology)
Crosscutting
TOTAL
FIRST
SECOND THIRD
TOTAL
YEAR
YEAR
YEAR
1st
2nd
3rd
4th
5th
6th
Sem Sem Sem Sem Sem Sem
7
7
7
7
7
7
42
12
12
12
12
12
14
74
2
21
0
19
2
21
2
21
0
21
0
21
6
122
ONE TEACHING SUBJECT AND COUNSELLING
COURSES
Education
Major
(Counselling
Psychology)
1 Teaching
subjects
Crosscutting
TOTAL
FIRST
SECOND THIRD
TOTAL
YEAR
YEAR
YEAR
1st
2nd
3rd
4th
5th
6th
Sem Sem Sem Sem Sem Sem
7
7
7
7
7
7
42
6
9
9
6
9
9
48
5
5
5
5
5
5
30
2
20
0
21
2
23
2
20
0
21
0
21
6
126
TWO TEACHING SUBJECTS AND COUNSELLING
COURSES
FIRST
SECOND
THIRD
TOTAL
YEAR
st
Education
Major
(Counselling
Psychology)
2 Teaching
subjects
Crosscutting
TOTAL
YEAR
nd
rd
YEAR
th
1
2
3
4
5th
6th
Sem Sem Sem Sem Sem Sem
7
7
7
7
7
6
41
6
7
6
6
6
6
37
10
10
10
10
10
10
60
2
25
0
24
2
25
2
25
0
23
0
22
6
144
8.2.9.3 Course Requirements
Pure Counselling Psychology students are required to take all Counselling Psychology courses,
Education courses plus Cross Cutting courses of the respective semester. While Partial
Counselling Psychology students are required to take part of Counselling Psychology courses
and one (1) teaching subject as minor which mount to five (5) credits per semester, Education
courses and Cross Cutting courses.
COURSE LISTINGS
Courses Offered in the Education Counselling Psychology program
YEAR ONE 19 CREDITS
SEMESTER ONE
CODE
TED 101
TED 102
TED 103
TCP 110
TCP 111
TCP 114
TLE 113
TITLE
History of Education
Philosophy of Education
Sociology of Education
Introduction to Counselling skills and
Counselling Psychology
Mental Health Issues
Crisis Intervention
Communication and Study Skills
CREDITS STATUS
2
Core
3
Core
2
Core
Core
3
3
Core
3
Optional
2
Core
BED Counselling Psychology students shall take all core courses and TPS 103. Major
Counselling Psychology students shall take TCP110 and TPS 103 and BED counselling
psychology students with two teaching subjects shall take TPS 103 and TCP 110.
YEAR ONE SEMESTER TWO
CODE
TITLE
CREDITS
STATUS
TED 211
Education Media and Technology
3
Core
TED 202
Educational Psychology
2
Core
TED 203
Principles and Methods of Teaching
3
TED 204
TCP 215
Teaching Practical/Internship 1
2
Core
TPS 201
Human Interacation in the Helping Relationship
2
Core
TCP 211
Counselling people Living with HIV/AIDS
2
Core
TCP 212
Culture and socialization
2
Optional
TCP 213
Working with Children
3
Core
TCP 214
Working with Adolescents
3
BED Counselling Psychology students shall take all core courses. Major Counselling
Psychology students shall take TPS 201 and TCP 211 and opt either TCP 213 or TCP 214 and
BED counselling psychology students with two teaching subjects shall take TPS 201 and TCP
211.
SEMESTER THREE
21 CREDITS
CODE
TITLE
CREDITS STATUS
TED 301
Crosscutting Issues in Education
2
Core
TED 302
Curriculum Development
2
Core
TED 303
Class Room Learning and Interaction and 3
Core
Pedagogy of Teacher's Education
TCP 311 Community Psychology
3
Core
TCP 312 Counselling Methods
3
Core
TCP 313 Families and Relationship Counselling
3
Core
TSO 310
Social Policy
3
Core
TDS 371
Development Studies 1
2
Core
BED Counselling Psychology students shall take all core courses. Major Counselling
Psychology students shall take TCP 312, TCP 311 and TCP 313 and BED counselling
psychology students with two teaching subjects shall take TCP311 and TCP 312
SEMESTER FOUR
CODE
TED 401
TED 402
TED 411
TED 404/
TCP 413
TPS 401
TCP410
TPS 402
TCP 412
TITLE
Educational Guidance and Counselling
Research Methods in Education
Introduction to Educational Statistics
Teaching Practice II/Internship II
Research Methods In Psychology
Interpersonal Skills
Cross Cultural Psychology
Career and Occupational Psychology
CREDITS
2
3
2
2
STATUS
Core
Core
Core
Core
3
3
3
3
Core
Core
Core
Core
TDS 471
Developmental Studies II
3
Core
BED Counselling Psychology students shall take all core courses. Major Counselling
Psychology students shall take TCP 410 and TPS 401 and BED counselling psychology
students with two teaching subjects shall take TPS 401 and TPS 402. Major Psychology and
Bed psychology students with two teaching subjects shall take TED 404 which will be done
during the long vacation.
SEMESTER FIVE
CODE
TED 511
TED 503
TED 504
TCP 511
TCP 512
TCP 513
TCP 514
21 CREDITS
TITLE
Professional Ethics for Educators
Comparative Education
Research Methodology and Project In
Psychology
Community Counselling
Working with Older People
Research
Project
in
Counselling
Psychology
Counselling Trends, Issues and Ethics and
Outcome
CREDITS STATUS
3
Core
2
Core
3
Core
3
3
3
Core
Core
Core
3
Core
BED Counselling Psychology students shall take all core courses. Major Counselling
Psychology students shall take TCP 511, TCP 512 and TCP 513 and BED counselling
psychology students with two teaching subjects shall take TCP 511 and TCP 513.
SEMESTER SIX
CODE
TED 601
TED 602
TED 603
TITLE
CREDITS STATUS
Educational Testing Measurement, Evaluation and
2
Core
Statistics
Economic of education
2
Core
Education Management and Administration
2
core
TPS 604
TCP 610
TCP 611
TCP 613
TCP 614
Issues of Domestic Violence
Organizational behaviour
Managing in Ambiguity and Change
Critical Thinking Skills in Psychology
Working with People with Disabilities
TCP 615
Gender and Sexuality
3
3
3
3
2
Optional
Core
Core
Core
Optional
3
Core
BED Counselling Psychology students shall take all core courses and one optional course.
Major Counselling Psychology students shall take TCP 610, TCP 611, and TCP 615 and BED
counselling psychology students with two teaching subjects shall take TCP 614 and TCP 615.
8.3. Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences
(FASS)
Students in outdoor group and individual studies
8.3.1 Introduction
The Faculty of Arts thand Social Sciences (FASS) started in the academic year 2009/2010 that
officially began on 5 October 2009. Now FASS offers six-degree programmes. These include
the following:
1. Bachelor of Arts in Sociology and Social work (BA Sociology)
2. Bachelor of Arts in Economics (BA Economics)
3. Bachelor of Commerce (B Com)
4. Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA)
5. Bachelor of Law (LL.B)
6. Bachelor of Human Resources Management (HRM)
The faculty consists of two departments:
1. Department of Languages and Linguistics (DLL), which has the following sections:
a. English section
b. French section
c. Kiswahili section
2.
Department of Arts and Social Sciences (DASS), which has the following sections:
a. Business Studies section
b. Development Studies section
c. Economics section
d. Geography section
e. History section
f. Law section
g. Sociology section
8.3.2 Faculty Objectives
The Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences has the following major objectives:
1.
To equip students with appropriate knowledge and skills in their subject areas of speciality.
2.
To instil in students the spirit of independent study and search for knowledge and skills.
3.
To instil in students high standards of professional conduct and a sense of responsibility
and accountability.
4.
To enable students develop critical thinking, analytical skills, reasoning, judgement and
participate in developmental activities.
5. To enable students to use computer and Internet so that they may use computer to write their
research papers and theses and use computer and Internet and its research tools for life-long
learning.
8.3.3 Course Codes
The different courses are identified by special codes. Each of the course codes is made up of an
acronym of three letters and three digits. The letters T stands for TEKU and the following two
letters stand for name of the course/subject. The first digit stands for the semester in which the
course is offered. The second and third digits stand for the number of the respective course.
Below is a list of the acronyms and what they stand for:
TAC
TBE
TBM
TCS
TDS
TEC
TFN
TGE
THT
TIS
TIT
TLE
TLK
TLW
THR
TSO
Accounting
Business Studies
Business Mathematics
Computer Studies
Development Studies
Economics
Finance
Geography
History
Information Systems
Information Technology
English
Kiswahili
Law
Human Resource
Sociology
For the Subject Combinations see Faculty of Education
8.3.4 Number of Credits Required for Graduation
In order for a BEL and BAED student to graduate he/she must take and
Pass 124 credits (excluding Teaching Practice). The distribution of such credits will be as Follow
COURSES
Education
FIRST
SECOND
THIRD TOTAL
YEAR
YEAR
YEAR
st
nd
rd
th
1
2
3
4
5th
6th
Sem Sem Sem Sem Sem Sem
7
7
7
7
7
7
42
Major
7
7
7
7
7
7
42
Minor
5
5
5
5
5
5
30
Crosscutting
TOTAL
2
0
2
2
0
0
6
21
19
21
21
19
19
120
In order for a BA (Economics), BA (Sociology) and B.Com student to graduate he/she must take
and pass 124 credits (excluding field attachment). The distribution of such credits will be as
follows:
COURSES FIRST
SECOND THIRD
TOTAL
YEAR
YEAR
YEAR
1st
2nd
3rd
4th
5th
6th
Sem Sem Sem Sem Sem Sem
Major
19
19
19
19
19
19
114
Cross2
0
2
2
0
0
6
cutting
TOTAL
21
19
21
21
19
19
120
8.3.5. Courses for BEL and BAED Students
8.3.5.1. Course Listing
8.3.5.1.1. ENGLISH SECTION
FIRST YEAR
First Semester
Course
Course Title
Code
TLE 111
Introduction to Language and Literature
TLE 112
History and Importance of English
TLE 113
Communication and Study Skills
TLE 114
Literary Genres (Fiction, Poetry ,Drama)
Credits
Status
3
2
2
2
Core
Optional
Core
Core
Students taking English as a major shall take all courses. Those who take English as a minor
subject shall take TLE 111 and TLE 114, and TLE 113 which is compulsory.
Second Semester
Course
Code
TLE 211
TLE 212
Course Title
Phonetics and Phonology
African Literature
Credits
Status
3
2
Core
Core
TLE 213
Methods of Teaching English Language and Literature
2
Optional
Students who take English as a major Subject shall take all courses. Those who take English as a
minor subject shall take TLE 211 and TLE 213.
Third Semester
Course Code Course Title
TLE 311
Morphology and Syntax
TLE 312
Translation and Interpretation
TLE 313
Literary Devices
Credits Status
3
Core
2
Optional
2
Core
Students who take English as a major Subject shall take all courses. Those who take English as a
minor subject shall take TLE 311 and TLE 313 TDS 371 is for all students. For TDS 371 refer
to Section I below.
Fourth Semester
Course Code Course Title
TLE 411
Semantics
TLE 412
Drama
TLE 413
Lexicology
Credits Status
3
Core
2
Core
2
Optional
Students who take English as a major Subject shall take all courses. Those who take English as
a minor subject shall take TLE 411 and TLE 413. TDS 471 is for all students. For TDS 471
refer to Section I below.
THIRD YEAR
Fifth Semester
Course
Course Title
Credits
Code
TLE 511 Advanced English Grammar
3
TLE 512 Sociolinguistics
2
TLE 513 Research Project in English Language and
2
Literature
TLE 514 Prose
2
Status
Core
Optional
Optional
Core
Students who take English as a major Subject shall take all courses. Those who take English as a
minor subject shall take TLE 511 and TLE 512.
Sixth Semester
COURSE
CODE
TLE 611
COURSE TITLE
Stylistics and Discourse Analysis
CREDITS STATUS
3
Core
TLE 612
TLE 613
Poetry
European Literature
2
2
Core
Optional
Students who take English as a major Subject shall take all courses. Those who take English as a
minor subject shall take TLE 611 and TLE 612.
8.3.5.1.2 KISWAHILI SECTION
Orodha Ya Kozi
MWAKA WA KWANZA
Muhula wa Kwanza
Namba Ya
Jina La Kozi
Kozi
TLK 121
Historia na Maendeleo ya Kiswahili
TLK 122
TLK 123
Nadharia na Historia ya Sanaa na Fasihi ya
Kiswahili
Nadharia ya Uandishi katika Kiswahili
Krediti
3
Hadhi
Ya Kozi
Lazima
2
Lazima
2
Kuchagua
Wanafunzi wanaochukua Kiswahili kama somo kuu watachukua Kozi zote. Wanaochukua kama
somo dogo watachukua TLK 121 na TLK 122. TLE 113 na TCS 171 ni lazima kwa wanafunzi
wote. TLE 113 inapatikana katika sehemu A
Muhula wa Pili
Namba
Jina La Kozi
Ya Kozi
TLK 221 Utangulizi wa Muundo wa Lugha ya Kiswahili
Krediti
3
Hadhi
Ya Kozi
Lazima
TLK 222 Uchambuzi na Uhakiki wa Kazi za Fasihi
2
Kuchagua
TLK 224 Mbinu za Kufundisha Kiswahili
2
Lazima
Wanafunzi wanaochukua Kiswahili kama somo kuu watachukua kozi zote. Wanaochukua kama
somo dogo watachukua TLK 221 na TLK 222.
MWAKA WA PILI
Muhula wa Tatu
Namba
Jina La Kozi
Krediti
Hadhi Ya
Ya Kozi
TLK 321
TLK 322
TLK 323
Kozi
Fonolojia ya Kiswahili
Tamthilia ya Kiswahili
Mitindo ya Matumizi ya Kiswahili
3
2
2
Lazima
Lazima
Kuchagua
Wanafunzi wanaochukua Kiswahili kama somo kuu watachukua kozi zote. Wanaochukua kama
somo dogo watachukua TLK 321 na TLK 322. TDS 371 ni kozi ya lazima kwa wanafunzi wote.
TDS 371 inapatikana katika sehemu I hapo chini.
Muhula wa Nne
Namba
Jina La Kozi
Ya Kozi
TLK 421 Mofolojia ya Kiswahili
TLK 422 Ushairi wa Kiswahili
TLK 423 Mbinu za Utafiti katika Kiswahili
Krediti
3
2
2
Hadhi
Ya Kozi
Lazima
Lazima
Kuchagua
Wanafunzi wanaochukua Kiswahili kama somo kuu watachukua kozi zote. Wanaochukua kama
somo dogo watachukua TLK 421 na TLK 422. TDS 471 ni kozi ya lazima kwa wanafunzi wote.
TDS 471 inapatikana katika sehemu I hapo chini
MWAKA WA TATU
Muhula wa Tano
Namba Ya
Jina La Kozi
Kozi
TLK 521
Sintaksia ya Kiswahili
TLK 522
Fasihi Simulizi
TLK 523
Projekti ya Utafiti katika Kiswahili
TLK 524
Riwaya ya Kiswahili
Krediti
3
2
2
Hadhi
Ya Kozi
Lazima
Lazima
Kuchagua
2
Lazima
Wanafunzi wanaochukua Kiswahili kama somo kuu watachukua TLK 521, TLK 522 na TLK
523 au TLK 524. Wanaochukua kama somo dogo watachukua TLK 521 na TLK 522.
Muhula wa Sita
Namba Ya
Jina La Kozi
Kozi
TLK 621
Semantiki na Pragmatiki ya Kiswahili
TLK 622
Nadharia ya Tafsiri na Ukalimani
TLK 623
Kanuni za Uandishi wa Kamusi
Krediti
3
2
Hadhi
Ya Kozi
Lazima
Lazima
2
Kuchagua
Wanafunzi wanaochukua Kiswahili kama somo kuu watachukua Kozi zote. Wanaochukua kama
somo dogo watachukua TLK 621 na TLK 622.
8.3.5.3 GEOGRAPHY SECTION
Course Listing
FIRST YEAR
First Semester
Course
Code
Course Title
Credits
Status
TGE 141
Introduction to Physical Geography
2
Core
TGE 142
Spatial Organization
3
Core
TGE 143
Environmental Resources and Food Security
2
Optional
Students taking Geography as major teaching subject will take all Core courses with total of 7
credits, students taking Geography as minor subject will take only two courses TGE 141 and
TGE 142 with a total of 5 credits.
Second Semester
Course
Course Title
Code
TGE 241
Climatology
TGE 242
Surveying and Mapping Science
TGE 243
Methods of Teaching Geography
Credits
2
3
2
Status
Core
Core
Core
Students taking Geography as Major teaching subject will take all courses with a total of 7
credits and those taking Geography as minor teaching subject will take TGE 241 and TGE 242
with a total of 5 credits.
Second Year
Third Semester
Course
Code
TGE 341
TGE 342
TGE 343
TGE 345
Course Title
Credits
Status
3
2
2
2
Core
Core
Optional
Optional
Research Methods in Geography
Environmental Education and Conservation
Soil Resources
Urban Systems, Planning and Management
Students taking Geography as major teaching subject will take TGE 341 and TGE 342 and one
optional course with total of 7 credits and for those taking Geography as minor teaching subject will
take TGE 341 and TGE 342 with a total of 5 credits.
Fourth Semester
Course
Course Title
Credits Status
Code
TGE 441
Remote Sensing
3
Core
TGE 442
Population Studies
2
Optional
TGE 443
Quantitative Techniques in Geography
2
Core
TGE 444
Tourism and Leisure
2
Optional
TGE 445
Transport Geography
2
Optional
Students taking Geography as major teaching subject will take two core courses TGE 441 and
TGE 443 and one optional course with total of 7 credits, for those who taking Geography as
minor teaching subject will take TGE 441 and TGE 443.
THIRD YEAR
Fifth Semester
Course
Course Title
Code
TGE 541 Geographical Information Systems
TGE 542 Natural Resources Management
TGE 543 Project Planning and Management
TGE 544 Environmental Disaster Management
TGE 545 Research Project in Geography
Credits
Status
3
2
2
2
2
Core
Core
Optional
Optional
Optional
Students taking Geography as a major teaching subject will take all core course and one optional
course, with a total of 7 credits. Students taking Geography as minor subject shall take TGE 541 and
any additional course from the core or optional course except TGE 545 with a total of 5 credits.
Sixth Semester
Course code
TGE 641
TGE 642
Course title
Contemporary Issues in the Geography of Africa
Regional Development Policy, Planning and
Credits
3
2
Status
Core
Core
management
TGE 643
TGE 644
Environmental Policy, Planning and Management
Hydrology and Water Resources Policy, Planning
and Management
2
2
Optional
Optional
Students taking Geography as a major teaching subject will take all core course and one optional
course with a total of 7 credits, students taking Geography as a minor subject will take TGE 641 and
any one course from core or optional courses with total of 5 credits.
8.3.5.4. History Section
Course Listing
FIRST YEAR
First Semester
Course Code
THT 151
THT 152
THT 153
Course Title
Basic Concepts and Perspective in Historical
Scholarship
Capitalism and Imperialism in World History
Survey of World History to ca 1520 AD
Credits Status
2
Core
2
3
Core
Core
Students taking History as a major teaching subject will take all courses as compulsory with
seven credits while students taking History as a minor teaching subject will take THT 153 and
any of the remaining courses provided they get five credits.
Second Semester
Course
Course Title
Code
THT 251
History of East Africa
THT 252
Methods of History teaching
THT 253
Themes in African History
Credits Status
2
2
3
Core
Core
Core
Students taking History as a teaching subject shall take all core courses as
compulsory with 7
credits while those who minor in History shall take two courses with a total of 5 credits but THT
253 is a compulsory course.
SECOND YEAR
Third Semester
CORE COURSES
Course Code
Course Title
Credits
Status
THT 351
THT 352
Research method in History
Philosophies and Methodologies of History
2
2
Optional
Core
THT 353
History of Tanzania
3
Core
THT 353 is core and compulsory course for all students taking history and THT 352 is
compulsory for history major but optional to minors provided majors get a total of 7 credits and
minors get 5 credits.
Fourth Semester
CORE COURSES
Course
Course Title
Code
THT 451
Neo-colonialism and Revolutionary movements
THT 452
History of the USA
THT 453
Industrialization in Japan and China
THT 454
THT 455
Credits
Status
3
2
2
Core
Option
Core
2
2
Core
Core
Population History of Tanzania
Survey of Word History of Globalization
All core courses are compulsory for all students majoring in history while the remaining courses
are optional provided majors get 7 and minors get 5. THT 451 is compulsory for all students.
THIRD YEAR
Fifth Semester
Course
Course Title
Code
THT 551 Economic History of Tanzania
THT 552 History of North Africa
THT 553 History of West Africa
THT 554 Research Project in History
Credits
Status
3
2
2
2
Core
Optional
Core
Optional
THT 551 and THT 554 are compulsory for students who major in History while the remaining
courses are optional provided majors get 7 credits and minors get 5 credits including THT 551.
Sixth Semester
CORE COURSES
Course
Course Title
Credits Status
Code
THT 651 History of Central Africa
3
Core
THT 652 History of South Africa
2
Optional
THT 653 Oral Histories in Tanzania: Theory
2
Optional
THT 651 is core compulsory for all students taking history while THT 652 and THT 653 are
optional to majors and minors provided the former get 7 credits and the latter get 5 credits.
8.3.5.5 ECONOMICS SECTION
Number of Credits Required for Graduation
In order for BAEC and BAED (Economics) student to graduate he/she must take and pass a
minimum of 120 credits. The distribution of such credits is as follows;
A. DOUBLE ECONOMICS
BAEC–
Economics
Cross
cutting
Total
FIRST
SECOND
THIRD
YEAR
YEAR
YEAR
st
nd
rd
th
1
2
3
4
5th
6th
Sem Sem Sem Sem Sem Sem
19
21
19
19
22
20 120
2
0
2
2
0
0
6
21
21
21
23
19
21
126
B. COURSE DISTRIBUTION (BAEC AND BAED ECONOMICS)
COURSES FIRST
SECOND THIRD
TOTAL
YEAR
YEAR
YEAR
1st
2nd
3rd
4th
5th
6th
Sem Sem Sem Sem Sem Sem
Double
19
19
19
19
19
19
114
Economics
Major
7
7
7
7
7
7
42
Minor
5
5
5
5
5
5
30
Cross2
0
2
2
0
0
6
cutting
Students doing BA (Economics) should take all the courses as indicated above
8.3.6. Course Listing
i) Bachelor of Arts in Economics (BAEC)
FIRST YEAR
First Semester
Course
Code
TEC 101
TAC 101
TBM 101
TBE 102
TMK 103
TBE 104
TLE 113
Course Title
Credits Status
Principles of Microeconomics
Principles of Accounting I
Business Mathematics
Principles of Management and Administration
Principles of Marketing
E– Business
Communication and Study Skills
3
3
3
3
3
3
2
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
BAEC (double economics) students should take all the above courses. BAED (major economics)
students should take TEC 101, TBM 101, TBE 102. BAED (minor economics) should take TEC
101, TBM 101.
Second Semester
Course Code Course Title
TEC 201
Principles of Macroeconomics
TAC 201
Principles of Accounting II
TBM 201
Introduction to Statistics
TBE 201
Business Communication
TBE 203
Introduction to Business and Business Studies
Credits
3
2
2
3
3
Status
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
TFN 201
3
Core
Introduction to financial Services
TAC 202
Cost Accounting
3
Core
BAEC (double economics) students should take all the above courses. BAED (major economics)
students should take TEC 201, TBM 201, TBE 201. BAED (minor economics) should take TEC
201, TBM 201.
SECOND YEAR
Third Semester
Course
Code
TEC 301
TEC 302
TEC 303
TEC 304
TFN 301
THR 302
TDS 371
Course Title
Intermediate Microeconomics
Health Economics
Labour Economics
Mathematical Economics
Financial Management
Human Resource Management
Development Studies I
Total
Credits
Status
3
3
3
3
3
3
2
14
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
BAEC (double economics) students should take all the above courses. BAED (major economics)
students should take TEC 301, TEC 303, TEC 304. BAED (minor economics) should take TEC
301, TEC 304.
Fourth Semester
Course Code
Course Title
TEC 401
Intermediate Macroeconomics
TEC 402
Development Economics
TEC 403
Transport Economics
TEC 404
Introduction to Econometrics
TEC 405
Research Methods in Economics
TEC 406
Field Practical Training II
TDS 471
Development Studies II
TBE 403
Methods of Teaching Economics/Commerce
Credits
3
3
3
3
3
3
2
3
Status
Core
Core
Core
Core
Optional
Core
Core
Core
BAEC students should take all the above courses except TBE 403. BAED (double economics)
students should take all the above courses except TEC 403. BAED (major economics) students
should take TEC 401, TBE 403, TEC 404. BAED (minor economics) should take TEC 401, TEC
404.
THIRD YEAR
Fifth Semester
Course Code
TEC 501
TEC 502
TEC 503
TEC 505
TEC 506
TEC 507
TBE 503
Course Title
Monetary Economics
Natural Resources Economics
Industrial and Production Economics
Project Planning and Appraisal
Economic Policy Planning and Programming
Research Project in Economics
Strategic Management
Credits
3
3
3
3
3
2
3
Status
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
Optional
Core
BAEC (double economics) students should take all the above courses. BAED (major economics)
students should take TEC 505, TEC 506, TEC 507 or TEC 501. BAED (minor economics) should
take TEC 505, TEC 506.
Sixth Semester
Course
Code
TEC 601
TEC 602
TEC 603
TEC 604
TFN 601
TBE 602
TBE 603
Course Title
Credits Status
International Economics
Agricultural Economics
Public Finance
Applied Econometrics
International finance
Entrepreneurship and Small Business
Management
International Business Management
3
3
3
3
3
3
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
3
Core
BAEC (double economics) students should take all the above courses. BAED (major economics)
students should take TEC 601, TEC 602, TEC 603 . BAED (minor economics) should take TEC
601, TEC 602.
8.3.7 Bachelor of Commerce (BCOM)
8.3.7.1 Introduction
This programme is designed to train students to be professionals in accounting and business
management. This prepares the student to be competent in working anywhere in the world.
8.3.7.2 Number of Credits Required for Graduation
In order for Bachelor of Commerce student to graduate he/she must take and pass a minimum of
120 credits. The distribution is as follows;
Major
Minor
Cross
cutting
Education
Total
FIRST
SECOND
THIRD
YEAR
YEAR
YEAR
1st
2nd
3rd
4th
5th
6th
Sem Sem Sem Sem Sem Sem
7
7
7
7
7
7
5
5
5
5
5
5
2
0
2
2
0
0
7
19
7
19
7
21
7
21
7
19
7
21
42
30
6
42
120
8.3.7.3 Course Listing
FIRST YEAR
First Semester
Course Code
TEC 101
TAC 101
Course Title
Principles of Microeconomics
Principles of Accounting I
Credits Status
3
2
Core
Core
TBM 101
Business Mathematics
2
Core
TBE 102
Principles of Management and Administration
3
Core
TBE 103
Principles of Marketing
3
Core
TLE 113
Communication and Study Skills
2
Core
TBE 104
E—Business
3
Core
All students doing BCOM shall take all the above courses. BAED Students who take Commerce
as a major shall take TEC 101, TAC 101 and TBM 101 and those who take it as a minor
subject shall take TEC 101 and TBM 101
Second Semester
Course
Course Title
Credits Status
Code
TEC 201
Principles of Macroeconomics
3
Core
TAC 201
Principles of Accounting II
2
Core
TBM 201 Introduction to Statistics
2
Core
TBE 201 Business Communication
3
Core
TBE 203
Introduction to Business and Business Environment
3
Core
TAC 202
Principles of Cost Accounting
3
Core
TFN 201
Introduction to Financial Services
3
Core
TBE 204
Field Practical Report I
2
Core
All students doing BCOM/BBA shall take all the above courses. BAED Students who take
Commerce as a major shall take TEC 201, TAC 201 and TBM 201 and those who take it as a minor subject
shall take TEC 201 and TBM 201
SECOND YEAR
Third Semester
Course Code
Course Title
TAC 301
Intermediate Accounting
TAC 302
Public Sector Accounting
TFN 301
Financial Management
TBM 301
Quantitative Methods for Business Decisions
TBE 301
Business Consultancy Skills
THR 302
Human Resources Management
TDS 371
Development Studies
Credits
2
3
3
2
3
3
2
Status
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
All students doing BCOM shall take all the above courses .BAED Students who take Commerce as a major
shall take TBM 301, TAC 301 and TFN 301 and those who take it as a minor subject shall take TBM 301
and TAC 301
Fourth Semester
Course
Course Title
Credits Status
Code
TBE 401 Business Law
3
Core
THR 401 Organizational Behaviour
3
Core
TAC 401 Principles and Practice of Auditing
3
Core
TFN 403 Money and Capital Markets
3
Core
TBE 403 Business Research Methods
2
Core
TBE 404 Field Practical Training II
2
Core
TBE 402 Operations Management
3
Core
TDS 471 Development Studies
2
Core
All students doing BCOM shall take all the above courses. BAED Students who take
Commerce as a major shall take TBE 402, TAC 401 and TBE 403 and those who take it as a
minor subject shall take TBE 402 and TAC 401
THIRD YEAR
Accounting Options
Fifth Semester
Course Code
Course Title
TBE 501
Business Ethics and Corporate Governance
TAC 501
Contemporary Issues in Accounting
TAC 502
Public Finance and Taxation I
TBE 503
Strategic Management
TMK 501
Industrial Marketing
TMK 502
Marketing of service
Credits
3
3
3
3
3
2
Status
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
TBE 504
Research Project in Business Studies
2
Optional
All students doing BCOM (Accounting) shall take all the above courses. BAED Students who take
Commerce as a major shall take TAC 501, TAC 502 and TBE 503 and those who take it as a minor
subject shall take TAC 501 and TBE 503
Sixth Semester
Course
Course Title
Code
TAC 601
Corporate Reporting
TAC 602
Performance Management
TAC 603
Public Finance and Taxation II
TAC 604
Auditing and Assurance Services
TBE 602
Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management
TFN 601
TBE 613
Credits Status
Corporate Finance
International Business Management
3
3
3
3
2
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
2
3
Core
Core
All students doing BCOM (Accounting) shall take all the above courses. BAED Students who take
Commerce as a major shall take TAC 601, TAC 603 and TBE 602 and those who take it as a minor
subject shall take TAC 601 and TBE 602
Finance Options
Fifth Semester
COURSE
CODE
TBE 501
TFN 501
TFN 502
TAC 502
TBE 503
TBE 502
TBE 504
COURSE TITLE
CREDITS STATUS
Business Law
3
Treasury Management
3
Lending Assessment and Management
3
Public Finance and Taxation I
3
Strategic Management
2
Marketing of Services
3
Research Project
2
TOTAL
19
All students doing BCOM (Finance) should take all the above courses
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
Sixth Semester
Course
Course Title
Credits
Code
TAC 601
Corporate Reporting
3
TAC 602
Performance Management
3
TAC 603
Public Finance and Taxation II
3
TAC 604
Auditing and Assurance Services
3
TBE 602
Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management
2
TFN 601
Corporate Finance
2
TBE 613
International Business Management
3
All students taking BCOM (Finance) should take all the above courses
Marketing Options
Fifth Semester
COURSE
CODE
TBE 501
TFN 501
TFN 502
TAC 502
TBE 503
TBE 502
TBE 504
COURSE TITLE
Business Law
Treasury Management
Lending Assessment and Management
Public Finance and Taxation I
Strategic Management
Marketing of Services
Research Project
TOTAL
Status
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
CREDITS STATUS
3
3
3
3
2
3
2
19
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
All students doing BCOM (Marketing) should take all the above courses
Sixth Semester
COURSE
CODE
TAC 601
TFN 603
TAC 603
TBE 602
TFN 601
TBE 613
TFN 602
COURSE TITLE
Corporate Reporting
Law Relating to Banking and Financial Services
Public Finance and Taxation II
Entrepreneurship and Small Business
Management
International Finance
International Business Management
Security Analysis and Portfolio Management
CREDITS STATUS
3
3
3
3
Core
Core
Core
Core
3
3
3
Core
Core
Core
All students taking BCOM (Finance) should take all the above courses
Marketing Options
Fifth Semester
COURSE
COURSE TITLE
CREDITS
CODE
TBE 501
Business Law
3
TMK 502
Marketing of Service
3
TMK 501
Industrial Marketing
3
TMK 503
Publicity and Public Relations
3
TBE 503
Strategic Management
2
TMK 504
Selling and Sales Force Management
3
TBE 504
Research Project
2
All students doing BCOM (Marketing) should take all the above courses
STATUS
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
Sixth Semester
COURSE
CODE
TMK 602
TMK 603
TMK 604
TMK 605
TMK 606
TBE 602
TMK 601
COURSE TITLE
CREDITS STATUS
Marketing of Events and Trends
International Marketing
Marketing for Non Profit Making
Organizations
Network Marketing
Managing Customer Service
Entrepreneurship and Small Business
Management
Marketing Research
3
3
3
Core
Core
Core
3
3
3
Core
Core
Core
3
Core
All students doing BCOM (Marketing) should take all the above courses
ii) BAED COMMERCE/BUSINESS STUDIES DOUBLE
Number of Credits Required for Graduation
In order for Bachelor of Arts with education (Double Commerce) to graduate he/she must take
and pass 120 credits. The distribution is as follows;
Major
Minor
Cross
cutting
Education
FIRST
SECOND
THIRD
YEAR
YEAR
YEAR
1st
2nd
3rd
4th
5th
6th
Sem Sem Sem Sem Sem Sem
7
7
7
7
7
7
5
5
5
5
5
5
2
0
2
2
0
0
7
7
7
7
7
7
42
30
6
42
Total
19
19
21
21
19
19
120
Double Business Studies (ii) Major = 7, Minor = 5
FIRST YEAR
SEMESTER 1
COURSE COURSE TITLE
CODE
TEC 101 Principles of
Microeconomics
TAC 101 Principles of
Accounting I
TBM 101 Business
Mathematics
CREDITS STATUS
3
Core
2
Core
3
Core
BAED Students who take Commerce as a major shall take all courses and those who take it as a
minor subject shall take TEC 101 and TBM 101
‘
SEMESTER 2
COURSE COURSE
CODE
TITLE
TEC 201 Principles of
Macroeconomics
TAC 201 Principles of
Accounting II
TBM 201 Introduction to
Statistics
CREDITS STATUS
3
Core
2
Core
2
Core
BAED Students who take Commerce as a major shall take all courses and those who take it as a
minor subject shall take TEC 201 and TBM 201
SECOND YEAR
SEMESTER 3
COURSE
CODE
TAC 301
TFN 301
TBM 301
COURSE TITLE
Intermediate Accounting
Financial Management
Quantitative Methods for
Business Decisions
CREDITS STATUS
2
3
2
Core
Core
Core
BAED Students who take Commerce as a major shall take all courses and those who take it as a
minor subject shall take TBM 301 and TAC 301
SEMESTER 4
COURSE
CODE
TBE 401
TAC 401
TBE 403
TBE 404
TBE 402
COURSE TITLE
Business Law
Principles and Practice of Auditing
Business Research Methods
Field Practical Training II
Operations Management
CREDITS STATUS
3
3
2
2
3
Core
Core
Core
optional
Core
BAED Students who take Commerce as a major shall take TBE 402, TAC 401 and TBE 403
and those who take it as a minor subject shall take TBE 402 and TAC 401
THIRD YEAR
ACCOUNTING OPTION
SEMESTER 5
COURSE
COURSE TITLE
CODE
TBE 501
Business Ethics and Corporate Governance
TAC 501
Contemporary Issues in Accounting
TAC 502
Public Finance and Taxation I
TBE 503
Strategic Management
TMK 501
Industrial Marketing
TMK 502
Marketing of service
TBE 504
Research Project in Accounting
CREDITS STATUS
3
3
3
3
3
2
2
19
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
Optional
BAED Students who take Commerce as a major shall take TAC 501, TAC 502 and TBE 503 and
those who take it as a minor subject shall take TAC 501 and TBE 503
SEMESTER 6
COURSE
CODE
TAC 601
TAC 602
TAC 603
TAC 604
TBE 602
TFN 601
TBE 613
COURSE TITLE
CREDITS STATUS
Corporate Reporting
Performance Management
Public Finance and Taxation II
Auditing and Assurance Services
Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management
Corporate Finance
International Business Management
3
3
3
3
2
2
3
21
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
All students doing BCOM (Accounting) shall take all the above courses. BAED Students who
take Commerce as a major shall take TAC 601, TAC 603 and TBE 602 and those who take it as a
minor subject shall take TAC 601 and TBE 602
8.3.8 Bachelor of Arts in Sociology and Social Work (BASO)
8.3.8.1 Introduction
This programme is designed to train students to work in today‘s societies with their
convolutions. The aim is to prepare experts of high quality in social sciences so that they can be
skilled professionals who can deal with different issues within the specified society. The
programme equips professionals with skills to be able to deal with sociological issues and
provide advice and policies in Tanzanian context and the world at large.
8.3.8.2 Number of Credits Required for Graduation
In order for Bachelor of Arts in Sociology and Social work to graduate he/she must take and pass
a minimum of 120 credits. The distribution is as follows;
COURSES FIRST
SECOND THIRD
TOTAL
YEAR
YEAR
YEAR
1st
2nd
3rd
4th
5th
6th
Sem Sem Sem Sem Sem Sem
Sociology
19
21
19
21
21
19
116
Cross2
0
2
2
0
0
6
cutting
TOTAL
21
21
21
23
21
19
122
8.3.8.3 Course Listing
SOCIOLOGY SECTION
FIRST YEAR
First Semester
Course
Code
Course Title
Credits Status
TSO 101
TSO 102
TSO 103
TSO 104
TSO 105
TSO 106
TSO 107
TLE 113
Introduction to Sociology
Development of Sociological Theory
Introduction to Social Anthropology
Introduction to Social Psychology
Introduction to Social Work
Sociology of Families
Principles of Public Administration I
Communication and Study Skills
Total
3
3
3
2
3
3
2
2
21
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
Students who study for a BA Sociology and social work degree shall take all Sociology courses.
For all other students who wish to take Sociology courses shall take them as optional courses.
Second semester
Course Code
Course Title
Credits
TSO 201
TSO 202
TSO 203
TSO 204
Introduction to sociological perspective and theories
Social work theories and methods
Introduction to social aspects of population and society
Gender, power and development
3
3
3
3
TSO 205
TSO 206
TSO 207
TSO 208
Sociological analysis of contemporary societies
Social welfare services
Some African cultures
Field Practical Training I
Total
3
2
2
2
21
Status
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
BED Mathematics students (double mathematics) must take all courses. Those majoring in
mathematics must take TMT 360 and TMT 362.
SECOND YEAR
Third Semester
Course Code
TSO 301
TSO 302
TSO 303
TSO 304
TSO 305
TSO 306
TSO 308
TDS 371
Electives
Course Title
Social Policy
Social and Community Development
Youth and Entrepreneurship Development
Women Health and Politics
Rural Planning and Development
Ethno- Methodology and Poverty
Sociology of Organization
Development Studies I
Total
Credits Status
3
3
2
3
3
3
2
2
21
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
Course
Code
TSO 307
* TCP 340
Course Title
Rural and Urban
Sociology
Crisis Intervention
Credits
Status
2
Elective
2
Elective
* TCP 340-offered by the Faculty of Education
Students who study for a BA Sociology degree shall take all Sociology courses. For all other
students who wish to take Sociology courses shall take them as optional courses. TDS 371 is for
all students.
Fourth Semester
Course Code
TSO 401
TSO 402
TSO 403
TSO 404
TSO 405
TSO 406
TSO 407
TSO 408
TSO 409
TDS 471
Electives
Course
Code
* TCP 402
Course Title
Credits Status
Research Methods in Sociology and Social work
Social Institutions
Interpersonal Violence
Urbanization and Social Dynamics
Principles of Public Administration II
Introduction to Field Instruction
Sociology of Childhood
Poverty Analysis and Interventions
Field Practical Training II
Development Studies II
Total
Course Title
Credits
Status
Cross Cultural
Psychology
2
Elective
2
3
2
3
3
2
2
2
2
2
23
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
 TCP 402 – offered by the Faculty of Education
Students who study for a BA Sociology degree shall take all Sociology courses. For all other
students who wish to take Sociology courses shall take them as optional courses.
THIRD YEAR
Fifth Semester
Course Code
TSO 501
TSO 502
TSO 503
TSO 504
TSO 505
TSO 506
TSO 507
TSO 508
Course Title
Culture and Socialization
Sociological Issues facing Societies
Sociology of Criminology and Deviance
Project Planning and Management
Contemporary Sociological Theory
Civil Society Organizations and Development
Research Project in Sociology and Social Work
Industrial Relations
Total
Credits Status
2
Core
3
Core
3
Core
3
Core
3
Core
2
Core
2
Core
3
Core
21
Students who study for a BA Sociology degree shall take all Sociology courses. For all other
students who wish to take Sociology courses shall take them as optional courses.
Sixth Semester
Course Code
TSO 601
TSO 602
TSO 603
TSO 604
TSO 605
TSO 606
TSO 607
Electives
Course
Code
Course Title
Studies of Societies
Social Security and Policy Schemes
Anthropological Analysis of East African Population
Bureaucracy and Development
Social Divisions and Social Control
Sociology of Environment
Social Statistics
Total
Course Title
Credits
Status
Credits Status
2
3
3
3
3
3
2
19
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
*TGE
642
Environmental Policy
and
Disaster
Management
2
Elective
*TGE - Offered in FASS,, Geography Section.
Students who study for a BA Sociology degree shall take all Sociology courses and any others as
minor or optional courses. For all other students who wish to take Sociology courses shall take
them as minor or optional courses.
8.3.9 Bachelor of Law (LLB)
8.3.9.1 Introduction
The law degree programme offered by TEKU prepares students to join either legal profession or
a number of other careers. The faculty of law has the obligation to offer a legal education aimed
at providing theoretical knowledge and analytical and practical skills, which are necessary to
produce a society – conscious lawyer/professional who can contribute to the development of
his/her country and the international community.
The LL. degree programme at TEKU aims at;1. Providing a thorough and basic training in law and the legal techniques required for the
successful practice of law and scholarly work in law;
2. Preparing the graduant for the lawyer‘s responsibility to improve the administration of justice
and providing government and community leadership;
3. Developing legal and practical skills and inculcatiry ethical principles;
4. Challenging students to think critically.
5. Imparting to students sufficient legal research skills;
6. Imparting to students sufficient advocacy skills;
7. Imparting to students sufficient legal procedural skills.
8. Enabling students to acquire sufficient knowledge of substantive and adjectival law.
8.3.9.2 Number of credits required for graduation
In order for LL.B student to graduate, he/she must take and pass 124 credits.
FIRST
YEAR
1st
2nd
Sem Sem
SECOND
YEAR
3rd
4th
Sem Sem
THIRD
YEAR
5th
6th
Sem Sem
Law
Cross
cutting
Total
17
2
22
0
17
2
19
2
20
0
20
0
115
6
19
22
19
21
20
20
121
8.3.9.3 Course Listing for LLB Programme
FIRST YEAR
First Semester
COURSE
COURSE TITLE
CREDITS
CODE
TLW 110
Constitutional and Legal system of East 3
Africa I
TLW 111
Legal Method I
3
TLW 112
Contract Law I
3
TLW 113
Criminal Law and Procedure I
3
TLW 114
Accounting for Lawyers
3
TLE 113
Communication and study skills
2
TLW 115
Computer Skills for Lawyers
2
Total
19
STATUS
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
Second Semester
COURSE
CODE
TLW 210
TLW 211
TLW 212
TLW 213
TLW 214
TLW 215
TLE 213
TLW 216
Total
COURSE TITLE
CREDITS STATUS
Constitutional and Legal system of East 3
Africa II
Legal Method II
3
Contract Law II
3
Criminal Law and Procedure II
3
Law Torts
3
Family Law
3
Communication Skills for Lawyers II
2
Field attachment I
2
22
SECOND YEAR
Third Semester
COURSE
COURSE TITLE
CODE
TLW 310
Administrative Law I
TLW 311
Public International Law
TLW 312
Law Torts II
TLW 313
Land Law I
TLW 314
Evidence Law I
TDS 371
Development Studies I
One optional Course
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
CREDITS STATUS
3
3
3
3
3
2
2
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
19
Fourth Semester
COURSE
COURSE TITLE
CODE
TLW 410
Administrative Law II
TLW 411
Evidence Law II
TLW 412
Land Law II
TLW 413
Succession and Trust
TLW 414
Legal Research Methodology
TDS 471
Development Studies II
TLW 216
Field attachment II
One optional Course
CREDITS STATUS
3
3
3
3
2
2
2
2
21
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
THIRD YEAR
Fifth Semester
COURSE COURSE TITLE
CREDITS
CODE
TLW 510 Civil Procedure Law I
3
TLW 511 Jurisprudence I
3
TLW 512 Law of Business Associations, Cooperative and 3
Public enterprises I
TLW 513 Arbitration and Alternative Dispute Resolution
3
TLW 514
TLW 515
Legal Ethics
LL.B Dissertation
One optional Course
3
2
2
20
Sixth Semester
COURSE COURSE TITLE
CREDITS
CODE
TLW 610 Civil Procedure Law II
3
TLW 611 Jurisprudence II
3
TLW 612 Law of Business Associations, Cooperative and 3
Public enterprises II
TLW 613 Labour Law
3
TLW 614 Legal Writing and Drafting
3
TLW 615 Private International Law
3
One optional Course
2
20
OPTIONAL COURSES
TLW 316 Tax law
STATUS
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
STATUS
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
TLW 317 International Humanitarian Law
TLW 318 Banking Law
TLW 319 Insurance Law
TLW 416 The law on Negotiable Instrument
TLW 417 International trade and Finance Law
TLW 418 Probate Law
TLW 419 Intellectual Property Law
TLW 420 IT Fraud
TLW 516 Insolvency law
TLW 517 Human Rights Law
TLW 518 Environmental Law
TLW 519 Criminology and Penology
TLW 520 Refugee Law
TLW 616 Local Government Law
TLW 617 Law of Child
TLW 618 Social Security law
TLW 617 Capital Market and Security
NB: Optional courses will be offered per availability of course
courses carry 2 credits each.
instructor. All optional
8.3.10 Bachelor of Human Resource Management (BHRM)
8.3.10.1 Introduction
Bachelor of Human Resources Management (BHRM) degree provides a broad understanding
and practical skills in the human resources management functions. Its objective is to prepare
students to become human resources officers or managers in public and private organizations
capable of performing human resource functions namely, staff recruitment, human resource
planning, career planning, staff training, performance appraisal, developing reward and
discipline structures as well as designing and redesigning of jobs.
8.3.10.2 Number of Credits Required for Graduation
In order for a student Bachelor of Human Resources Management to graduate He/She must take
and pass a minimum of 120 credits. The distribution is a s follows.
THR.
Studies
FIRST
SECOND
YEAR
YEAR
st
nd
rd
1
2
3
4th
Sem Sem Sem Sem
18
23
18
20
THIRD
YEAR
5th
6th
Sem Sem
21
20 120
Cross
cutting
Total
2
0
2
2
0
0
6
20
23
20
22
21
20
126
Students taking Human Resources Management Studies must take and pass the number of credits
shown above for him/her to graduate.
8.3.10.3 Human Resource Management (HRM)
Course Listings
FIRST YEAR
First Semester
Course
Code
THR101
TEC 101
TAC101
TBM101
TBE 103
TBE 104
TLE 113
Course Title
Credit
Status
Principles of Human Resource Management
Principles of Microeconomics
Principles and Practice of Accounting I
Business Mathematics and Statistics
Principles of Industrial Relations
E – Business
Communication and Study Skills
3
3
3
3
3
3
2
20
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
Course Title
Principles of macroeconomics
Managerial Skills Development
Principles of Public Administration
Business Communication
Introduction to Business and Business Environment
Administrative Law
Leadership Skills
Field Practical I
Credit
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
2
Second Semester
Course
code
TEC 201
THR 201
THR 202
TBE 201
TBE203
THR 203
THR 204
THR 205
Status
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
Total
23
YEAR TWO
Third Semester
Course Code
TEC 305
R 301
THR 302
THR 303
THR 305
TFN 301
TDS 371
Course Title
Labour Economics
Tanzania Labour Law
Human Resource Management
Office Procedures and Records Management
Industrial Psychology
Financial Management
Development Studies I
TOTAL
Credit Status
3
Core
3
Core
3
Core
3
Core
3
Core
3
Core
2
Core
20
Fourth Semester
Course Code
TBE 401
THR 401
THR 402
THR 403
THR 404
THR 406
THR 407
TDS 471
Course Title
Business Law
Organizational Behaviour
Selection and Staffing
Employee Training and Development
Research Methods in Human Resource Management
Human Resource Planning
Field Practical II
Development Studies II
Credit
3
3
3
3
2
3
3
2
22
Status
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
YEAR THREE
Fifth Semester
Course Code
TBE 501
THR 502
TMK 503
TBE 504
THR 501
THR 503
THR 505
Sixth Semester
Course Title
Business Ethics and Corporate Governance
International Labour Law
Publicity and Public relations
Research project in HRM
Strategic Human Resource Management
Compensation and Benefits
Counseling Skills
Credit Status
3
3
3
2
3
3
3
20
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
Course Code
THR 601
TBE 613
THR 602
THR 603
THR 604
TBE 602
THR 606
Course code
Change Management
International Business Management
Performance Management
International Human Resource Management
Human Resource Information Systems
Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management
Managing Customer Services
TOTAL
Code
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
21
Status
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
8.3.10.4. Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA)
Number of credits Required for Graduation
In order for a student Bachelor of Business Administration to graduate He/She must take and
pass a minimum of 120 credits. The distribution is as follows.
BBA.
Studies
Cross
cutting
Total
FIRST
SECOND
THIRD
YEAR
YEAR
YEAR
st
nd
rd
th
1
2
3
4
5th
6th
Sem Sem Sem Sem Sem Sem
21
19
20
21
19
21 121
2
2
2
2
0
0
8
23
21
22
23
19
21
130
FIRST YEAR
Semester 1
Course Code
Course Title
TEC 101
Principles of Microeconomics
TAC 101
Principles of Accounting I
TBM 101
Business Mathematics
TBE 102
Principles of Management and Administration
TBE 103
Principles of Marketing
TLE 113
Communication and Study Skills
TBE 104
E-Business
Total
Credits
3
3
3
3
3
2
3
20
Status
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
Semester 2
Course
Code
TEC 201
TAC 201
TBM 201
TBE 201
TBE 203
TAC 202
TFN 201
Course Title
Credits
Status
Principles of Macroeconomics
Principles of Accounting II
Introduction to Statistics
Business Communication
Introduction to Business and Business Environment
3
3
3
3
3
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
Cost Accounting
Introduction to Financial Services
Total
3
3
21
Core
Core
SECOND YEAR
Semester 3
Course Code
TEC 301
TAC 302
TAC 301
TFN 301
TBM 301
THR 302
TBM 303
TDS 371
Semester 4
Course Code
TBE 401
THR 401
TAC 401
TFN 403
TBE 403
TBE 404
TBE 402
TDS 471
Course Title
Intermediate Microeconomics
Public Sector Accounting
Intermediate Accounting
Financial Management
Quantitative Methods for Business Decisions
Human Resources Management
Research Methods in Business Administration
Development Studies I
Total
Course Title
Business Law and Ethics I
Organizational Behaviour
Auditing and Assurance I
Money and Capital Markets
Business Research Methods
Field Practical Training
Operations Management
Development Studies II
Total
THIRD YEAR
Accounting Option
Semester 5
Credits
3
3
3
3
3
3
2
2
22
Credits
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
2
23
Status
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
Status
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
Course Code
TBE 501
TAC 501
TBE 502
TAC 502
TBE 503
TMK 501
TBE 504
Semester 6
Course
Code
TAC 601
TAC 602
TAC 603
TAC 604
TBE 602
TFN 601
TMK 601
Course Title
Business Law and Ethics II
Advanced Financial Accounting I
International Business Management
Taxation Theory and Practice
Strategic Management
Industrial Marketing
Research Project in Business Administration
Total
Course Title
Semester 6
Status
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
Credits Status
Advanced Financial Accounting II
Management Accounting
Taxation Theory and Practice II
Auditing and Assurance Services II
Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management
3
3
3
3
3
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
International Finance
Marketing of Services
Total
3
3
21
Core
Core
THIRD YEAR
Finance (Option)
Semester 5
Course Code
TBE 501
TAC 501
TFN 502
TAC 502
TBE 503
TBE 505
TBE 504
TBE 502
Credits
3
3
2
3
3
3
2
19
Course Title
Business Law and Ethics II
Advanced Financial Accounting I
Lending Assessment and Management
Taxation Theory and Practice I
Strategic Management
Practice of Banking
Research Project in Business Administration
International Business Management
Total
Credits Status
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
2
23
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
Course Code
TAC 601
TFN 601
TAC 603
TBE 603
TBE 602
TFN 601
TFN 602
Course Title
Advanced Financial Accounting II
Law Relating to Banking and Financial Services
Taxation Theory and Practice II
International Business Management
Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management
International Finance
Security Analysis and Portfolio Management
Total
THIRD YEAR
Marketing (Option)
Semester 5
Course Code
TBE 501
TMK 502
TBE 502
TMK 503
TBE 503
TMK 501
TBE 504
Course Title
Credits
Business Law and Ethics II
Marketing Research
International Business Management
Publicity and Public Relations
Strategic Management
Selling and Sales Force Management
Research Project in Business Administration
3
3
3
3
3
3
2
Total
20
Semester 6
Course Code
Course Title
TMK 602
Marketing of Events and Trends
TMK 603
International Marketing
TMK 604
Marketing for Non Profit Making
Organizations
TMK 605
Network Marketing
TMK 606
Managing Customer Service
TBE 602
Entrepreneurship and Small Business
Management
TMK 601
Marketing of Services
Total
Credits
3
3
3
Credits
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
21
Status
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
Status
Core
Core
Core
3
3
3
Core
Core
Core
3
21
Core
Status
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
8.4 Faculty of Science and Technology
(FoST)
Students taking Human Resources Management Studies must take and pass the number of credits
shown above for him/her to graduate.
8.3.10.3 Human Resource Management (HRM)
Course Listings
FIRST YEAR
First Semester
Course
Code
THR101
Course Title
Credit
Status
Principles of Human Resource Management
3
Core
TEC 101
TAC101
Principles of Microeconomics
Principles and Practice of Accounting I
3
3
Core
Core
TBM101
Business Mathematics and Statistics
3
Core
TBE 103
Principles of Industrial Relations
3
Core
TBE 104
TLE 113
E – Business
Communication and Study Skills
3
2
Core
Core
20
Second Semester
Course
code
Course Title
TEC 201
Principles of macroeconomics
THR 201
Managerial Skills Development
THR 202
Principles of Public Administration
TBE 201
Business Communication
TBE203
Introduction to Business and Business Environment
THR 203
Administrative Law
Credit
3
3
3
3
3
3
Status
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
THR 204
THR 205
Leadership Skills
Field Practical I
Total
3
2
23
Core
Core
YEAR TWO
Third Semester
Course
Code
TEC 305
R 301
THR 302
THR 303
THR 305
TFN 301
TDS 371
Course Title
Credit
Labour Economics
Tanzania Labour Law
Human Resource Management
Office Procedures and Records Management
Industrial Psychology
Financial Management
Development Studies I
TOTAL
Status
3
3
3
3
3
3
2
20
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
Fourth Semester
Course
Code
TBE 401
THR 401
THR 402
THR 403
THR 404
THR 406
THR 407
TDS 471
Course Title
Business Law
Organizational Behaviour
Selection and Staffing
Employee Training and Development
Research Methods in Human Resource Management
Human Resource Planning
Field Practical II
Development Studies II
YEAR THREE
Credit
Status
3
3
3
3
2
3
3
2
22
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
Fifth Semester
Course Code
Course Title
TBE 501
THR 502
TMK 503
TBE 504
THR 501
THR 503
THR 505
Credit Status
Business Ethics and Corporate Governance
International Labour Law
Publicity and Public relations
Research project in HRM
Strategic Human Resource Management
Compensation and Benefits
Counseling Skills
3
3
3
2
3
3
3
20
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
Sixth Semester
Course
Code
THR 601
TBE 613
THR 602
THR 603
THR 604
TBE 602
THR 606
Code
Course code
Change Management
International Business Management
Performance Management
International Human Resource Management
Human Resource Information Systems
Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management
Managing Customer Services
TOTAL
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
21
Status
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
8.3.10.4. Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA)
Number of credits Required for Graduation
In order for a student Bachelor of Business Administration to graduate He/She must take and
pass a minimum of 120 credits. The distribution is as follows.
BBA.
Studies
Cross
cutting
FIRST
SECOND
THIRD
YEAR
YEAR
YEAR
st
nd
rd
th
1
2
3
4
5th
6th
Sem Sem Sem Sem Sem Sem
21
19
20
21
19
21 121
2
2
2
2
0
0
8
Total
23
FIRST YEAR
Semester 1
Course Code
TEC 101
TAC 101
TBM 101
TBE 102
TBE 103
TLE 113
TBE 104
21
19
21
130
Credits
3
3
3
3
3
2
3
20
Course Title
Principles of Macroeconomics
Principles of Accounting II
Introduction to Statistics
Business Communication
Introduction to Business and Business Environment
Cost Accounting
Introduction to Financial Services
Total
SECOND YEAR
Semester 3
Course Code
TEC 301
TAC 302
TAC 301
TFN 301
TBM 301
THR 302
TBM 303
TDS 371
Semester 4
Course Code
23
Course Title
Principles of Microeconomics
Principles of Accounting I
Business Mathematics
Principles of Management and Administration
Principles of Marketing
Communication and Study Skills
E-Business
Total
Semester 2
Course Code
TEC 201
TAC 201
TBM 201
TBE 201
TBE 203
TAC 202
TFN 201
22
Course Title
Intermediate Microeconomics
Public Sector Accounting
Intermediate Accounting
Financial Management
Quantitative Methods for Business Decisions
Human Resources Management
Research Methods in Business Administration
Development Studies I
Total
Course Title
Status
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
Credits Status
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
21
Credits
3
3
3
3
3
3
2
2
22
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
Status
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
Credits Status
TBE 401
THR 401
TAC 401
TFN 403
TBE 403
TBE 404
TBE 402
TDS 471
Business Law and Ethics I
Organizational Behaviour
Auditing and Assurance I
Money and Capital Markets
Business Research Methods
Field Practical Training
Operations Management
Development Studies II
Total
THIRD YEAR
Accounting Option
Semester 5
Course Code
Course Title
TBE 501
Business Law and Ethics II
TAC 501
Advanced Financial Accounting I
TBE 502
International Business Management
TAC 502
Taxation Theory and Practice
TBE 503
Strategic Management
TMK 501
Industrial Marketing
TBE 504
Research Project in Business Administration
Total
Semester 6
Course
Code
TAC 601
TAC 602
TAC 603
TAC 604
TBE 602
TFN 601
TMK 601
Course Title
Advanced Financial Accounting II
Management Accounting
Taxation Theory and Practice II
Auditing and Assurance Services II
Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management
International Finance
Marketing of Services
Total
THIRD YEAR
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
2
23
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
Credits
3
3
2
3
3
3
2
19
Status
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
Credits
Status
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
21
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
Finance (Option)
Semester 5
Course
Course Title
Code
TBE 501
Business Law and Ethics II
TAC 501
Advanced Financial Accounting I
TFN 502
Lending Assessment and Management
TAC 502
Taxation Theory and Practice I
TBE 503
Strategic Management
TBE 505
Practice of Banking
TBE 504
Research Project in Business Administration
TBE 502
International Business Management
Total
Semester 6
Course Code
TAC 601
TFN 601
TAC 603
TBE 603
TBE 602
TFN 601
TFN 602
Course Title
Advanced Financial Accounting II
Law Relating to Banking and Financial Services
Taxation Theory and Practice II
International Business Management
Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management
International Finance
Security Analysis and Portfolio Management
Total
THIRD YEAR
Marketing (Option)
Semester 5
Course
Course Title
Code
TBE 501
Business Law and Ethics II
TMK 502 Marketing Research
TBE 502
International Business Management
TMK 503 Publicity and Public Relations
TBE 503
Strategic Management
TMK 501 Selling and Sales Force Management
TBE 504
Research Project in Business Administration
Total
Semester 6
Credits Status
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
2
23
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
Credits Status
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
21
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
Credits Status
3
3
3
3
3
3
2
20
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
Course Code
TMK 602
TMK 603
TMK 604
TMK 605
TMK 606
TBE 602
TMK 601
Course Title
Marketing of Events and Trends
International Marketing
Marketing for Non Profit Making Organizations
Network Marketing
Managing Customer Service
Entrepreneurship and Small Business management
Marketing of Services
Total
Credits
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
21
Status
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
8.4 Faculty of Science and
Technology
(FoST)
Students in a class applying the technological knowledge practically
8.4.1. Introduction
The faculty of science at Teofilo Kisanji University offers a three years degree of Bachelor of
Education Mathematics (BED MATHS); Bachelor of Science in Management Information
Systems (MIS); Bachelor Science in Environmental Studies (BScES), and Bachelor of Science in
Computer Science (BSc-CS).
This faculty has been established to provide a strong and flexible educational programme that is
responsive to the immediate and long-range needs of students, the profession, and those which
the profession serves. Tanzania as a country is still facing a problem in science careers such as
science teachers, environmentalists and administrators and other more.
8.4.2 Objectives
i) Main Objective
The faculty intends to develop professionals who are fully equipped and competent in utilizing
scientific knowledge and skills in planning, organizing, directing, teaching and implementing
programme for a society which is surrounded by science in every aspect of life.
ii) Specific Objectives
To contribute to the advancement of theory and practice through systematic and continuing
research and publication
To promote awareness about the role of science and technology in solving daily life problems
including environmental and health problems.
To encourage and promote use of scientific solutions.
To widen students horizons in developing intellectual interests in sciences by offering
programmes in different disciplines.
To promote students teachers knowledge outside the classroom and raise their interest
concerning science hence to encourage secondary school students to love science.
To enhance the intellectual flexibility needed to find new applications for scientific
knowledge.
To develop a positive long-term foundation that will contribute to collect, preserve,
disseminate, and upgrade (if necessary) the scientific and technical information and
knowledge.
To promote positive long-term relationships among faculties and interdisciplinary research
and education within the faculty, other faculties and other universities to encourage better
understanding of our community related issues.
18.4.3 Course Codes
The Course Codes for the courses in the Faculty of Science and Technology are as follows:
TMT – Mathematics,
TMI – Management Information Systems,
TCS – Computer Science
TES – Environmental Science
TED - Education
TLE – Communication and study skills
TDS - Development Studies
Courses bear series for the semesters as follows: the first semester bear 100 series; second
semester-200 series; third semester-300 series; fourth semester-400 series; fifth semester-500
series and sixth semester- 600 series
8.4.4 Field Attachments, Teaching Practice and Internship
Teaching practice and internship will be done in the first and second year. It is a training and
learning process, which students are expected to utilize the theories they have learned through
practice in secondary and teacher training institutions. Students taking Bachelor of education
Mathematics will teach for eight weeks during the long vacation of both first and second year.
Students will choose optional courses between secondary education methods, teacher education
methods and adult education methods. Students taking secondary education methods in the
second year will be attached in secondary schools for teaching practice, those taking teacher
education methods will be attached in teacher training institutions or primary schools and those
taking adult education methods will be attached to teacher training institutions. On the other
hand, students taking MIS will also be attached to any business or organization which computer
is part and parcel in their daily activities the internship will be for 8 weeks at the end of the
second semester of first and second academic year.
8.4.5 Bachelor of Education Mathematics (BEDMATHS)
Number of Credits Required for Graduation
In order, for BEDMATHS student to graduate he/she must take and pass 124 credits. The
distribution of such credits will be as follows:
DOUBLE MATHEMATICS
COURSES
FIRST
YEAR
SECOND
YEAR
THIRD
YEAR
TOTAL
Education
Double
Crosscutting
TOTAL
1st
2nd
3rd
4th
5th
6th
Sem Sem Sem Sem Sem Sem
7
7
7
7
7
7
12
12
12
12
12
12
42
72
2
0
2
2
0
0
6
21
19
21
21
19
19
120
SINGLE MATHEMATICS
COURSES
Education
Major
Minor
Crosscutting
TOTAL
FIRST
SECOND
THIRD
TOTAL
YEAR
YEAR
YEAR
1st
2nd
3rd
4th
5th
6th
Sem Sem Sem Sem Sem Sem
7
7
7
7
7
7
42
7
7
7
7
7
7
42
5
5
5
5
5
5
30
2
0
2
2
0
0
8
21
19
21
21
19
19
122
8.4.6 Course Listing
FIRST YEAR
First Semester
Code
TMT 160
TMT 161
TMT 162
TMT 163
TLE 113
TMT 164
Course
Mathematical Statistics I
Linear Algebra I
Numerical analysis
Programming in C
Communication and Study Skills
Foundations of Analysis
Total
Credits
2
3
2
3
2
2
14
Status
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
BEDMATHS Students (Double Mathematics) must take all courses. Single/Minor mathematics
students must take TMT 161 and TMT 164.
Second Semester
Code
TMT 260
TMT 261
TMT 262
TMT 263
TMT 264
Course
Mathematical Statistics II
Linear algebra II
Mathematics Teaching Methods
Computer Programming
Discrete Mathematics
Total
Credits
2
3
2
3
2
12
Status
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
Mathematics BEDMATHS students (double Mathematics) must take all core courses. Those who
minor Mathematics must take TMT 261 and TMT 264.
SECOND YEAR
Third Semester
Code
TMT 360
TMT 361
TMT 362
TMT 363
TMT 364
TDS 371
Course
Linear programming
Functions of a single variable
Complex Variables I
Computer Programming C++
Abstract Algebra
Development Studies I
Total
Credits
3
2
2
3
2
2
14
Status
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
Mathematics BEDMATHS students (double Mathematics) must take all courses. Those who
majoring in Mathematics must take TMT 360 and TMT 362.
Fourth Semester
Code
Course
Credits
Status
TMT 460
TMT 461
TMT462
TMT 463
TMT 464
TMT465
Functional Analysis I
Functions of Several Variables
Differential Equations
Data Structures – Computer
Mechanics of a Particle I
Research Methods in Mathematics
2
2
3
3
2
2
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
TDS 471
Development Studies II
Total
2
16
Core
BEDMATHS students (Double Mathematics) must take all courses. Minor Mathematics students
must take TMT 462 and TMT 464.
THIRD YEAR
Fifth Semester
Code
TMT 560
TMT 561
TMT 562
TMT 563
TMT 564
TMT 565
Course
Complex Valuable II
Mechanics of a Particle II
Partial Differential Equations
Data Base Design
Mathematical Analysis
Mathematical Project in Mathematics
Credits
3
3
2
3
2
2
15
Status
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
BEDMATHS students (Double Mathematics) must take all courses.
students must take TMT 560 and TMT 562.
THIRD YEAR
Sixth Semester
Code
TMT 660
TMT 662
TMT 663
TMT 664
Course
Functional analysis II
Operations Research
Analytic Calculus
Numerical Analysis II
Total
Credits
3
3
2
2
10
Single Mathematics
Status
Core
Core
Core
BEDMATHS students (Double Mathematics) must take all core courses and all optional courses.
Single Mathematics students must take TMT 660.
N.B Students who are taking Bachelor of Arts with Education will take Mathematics as a
Major or minor teaching subject and will opt for any other second minor teaching subject
economics or geography.
.4.7
Bachelor of Science in Management Information Systems (BSc-MIS)
8.4.7.1 Introduction
Bachelor of Science Degree in Management Information Systems is designed to prepare
professionals for service in the field of ICT, and equip students with valuable managerial skills
such as to perform a business analysis to determine where ICT can add business value; Design
and Develop computer applications for business and non-business organizations; design and
evaluate a firm‘s ICT governance; prepare an ICT investment proposal and to identify
weaknesses, strengths, opportunities and threats of an e-business in a firm.
8.4.7.2 Number of Credits Required for Graduation
In order for BSC, MIS student to graduate he/she must take and pass 120 credits. The
distribution of such credits will be as follows:
Courses
Semester
Major
Minor
Cross
cutting
Total
1st Year
2nd Year
3rd Year Total
1st
2nd
3rd
4th
5th
6th
Sem Sem Sem Sem Sem Sem
13
14
17
17
19
09
89
6
6
6
6
6
6
36
2
0
2
2
0
0
6
21
20
25
25
25
15
131
Total number of credits required to complete the degree: 120.
8.4.7.3 Course Listing
FIRST YEAR
1st Semester
Course
Code
TAC 101
TBE 102
TMI 100
TMI 110
TMI 120
TMI 130
TLE 113
21 Credits
Title
Principles of Accounting I
Principles of management and Administration
Fundamental of Computers
Principles of Information Systems
Operating System
Introduction to Programming
Communication and Study Skills
2nd Semester
Course
Code
TBE 201
TBE 203
TMI 240
Hours
Credits Status
LPW PPW
3
3
Optional
3
3
Optional
3
3
Core
3
3
Core
3
3
Core
2
2
4
Core
2
2
Core
22 Credits
Title
Business Communication
Introduction to Business and Business studies
TMI 250
TMI 260
TMI 270
Internet and Website Development
Technologies
Network Administration
Object Oriented Programming
Introduction to Database Management System
TMI 291
Field Practical Training I
Hours
Credits Status
LPW PPW
3
3
Optional
3
3
Optional
3
3
Core
3
2
2
3
4
4
Core
Core
Core
2
Core
2
2
SECOND YEAR
3rd Semester
Course Code
TBE 301
TBE 302
TMI 300
TMI 310
TMI 320
TMI 330
TMI 340
TDS 371
25 Credits
Title
Consultancy Skills
Human Resources Management
Network Security
System Analysis and Design I
Computer Systems Management
Decision Support Systems
Advanced Database Design
Development Studies I
4th Semester
Course Code
TBE 401
TBE 402
TMI 411
TMI 450
25 Credits
Title
Business law and Ethics I
Operations Management
Systems Analysis and Design II
Management Information Systems
Technology, Strategy and Evaluation
Strategic Information Systems
Decision Support Systems for Business
Human Computer Interface Designing
Field Practical Training II
Development Studies II
TMI 460
TMI 470
TMI 480
TMI 491
TDS 471
THIRD YEAR
5th Semester
Course
Code
TBE 501
TBE 503
TMI 500
TMI 510
TMI 520
TMI 530
TMI 540
Hours
Credits Status
LPW PPW
3
3
Optional
3
3
Optional
3
3
Core
3
3
Core
2
2
4
Core
3
3
Core
2
2
4
Core
2
2
Core
Hours
Credits Status
LPW PPW
3
3
Optional
3
3
Optional
3
3
Core
3
3
Core
3
3
3
2
3
3
3
2
2
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
25 Credits
Title
Business Law and Ethics II
Strategic Management
E-Commerce (Infrastructures & Business)
Financial Systems and Corporate Application
Information System Project Management
Software Engineering
System Development Project in Management
Hours
Credits Status
LPW PPW
3
3
Core
3
3
Core
3
3
Core
3
3
Core
2
2
4
Core
3
3
Core
6
6
Core
Information Systems I
6th Semester
15 Credits
Course
Code
TBE 602
TBE 603
TMI 641
TMI 660
Title
Entrepreneurship and Small Business
management
International Business Management
System Development Project in
Management Information Systems II
Management
of
Technology
and
Innovation
Hours
Credits
LPW PPW
Status
3
3
Optional
3
3
6
Optional
Core
3
Core
6
3
8.4.8 Bachelor of Science in Computer Science (BSCS)
Programme
8.4.8.1 Introduction
Computer Science is concerned with the specification, design, construction and use of computer
systems. It embraces subject areas such as software engineering, hardware architecture and
design, information systems, communications, graphics, simulation and modelling, artificial
intelligence and human-computer interaction.
8.4.8.2 Objectives of the Programme
Computer Science aims to provide to students knowledge and skills of designing and
implementing software and systems to a professional standard. It is designed to equip students
for a career of innovation in software technologies. Students will analyse and resolve issues with
today‘s software systems, and provide a foundation on which to design new computational
systems which includes quantum computers, inventing the next worldwide web. Techniques for
developing operational systems, chip designs and computer networks, and mathematical skills
for analysing, validating and verifying the systems will be taught.
In the final year they will specialise in software engineering will also opt to take advanced
modules in topics such as artificial intelligence or advance computer and communications
systems. n the final year there will be a project which will demonstrate the application of various
techniques which will combine the techniques and principles of computer programming,
network theory and computational theory.
8.4.8.3 Course Organization and Teaching Methods
(i) Course Organization
Each semester lasts for 120 days, each course will be taught for 16 weeks. The methods to be
used will be lectures, guided or open discussions, exercises, tutorials practical work and
assignments, the last one week for each seester will be for revision and examination. There will
be a group project and in the fifth semester there will be an individual project or special study.
The degree is available as a three-year full-time course or as a four-year sandwich course.
(ii) Practical Training
Practical field attachment will be done for 8 weeks during the long vacation of the second year.
Students will be placed in industries, offices and schools. A programme of professional
development shall be incorporated into the placement.
8.4.8.4 Course Codes and Credits
The course codes are made up of three letters and three digits and have to be understood as
follows:
The letters TCS stand for TEKU Computer Science. The first digit stands for the semester in
which the course is offered. The second and third digit stands for the respective course. The third
digit stands for the number of the course in any particular semester.
The number of credits corresponds with the number of periods taught for each particular course
during the semester per week, Practical exercises are indicated for each course.
8.4.8.5 Courses Needed for Graduation
A student shall have to take a minimum of 120 credits to be eligible to graduate. A summary of
the courses is as shown in the table that follows:
COURSES
Major
Minor
Crosscutting
TOTAL
FIRST
SECOND
THIRD
TOTAL
YEAR
YEAR
YEAR
1st
2nd
3rd
4th
5th
6th
Sem Sem Sem Sem Sem Sem
14
16
16
16
14
12
88
4
6
5
5
4
3
27
2
0
2
2
0
0
6
20
22
23
23
18
15
121
8.4.8.6 Course Listing
FIRST YEAR
First Semester
SN
Code
1
2
3
TCS 101
TCS 102
TCS 103
Course Title
Discrete Structure
Introduction to Computer System
Introduction to Programming
Credits
Status
3
3
3
Core
Core
Core
4
5
6
7
TCS 104
TLE 113
TAC 101
TMT 161
Computer Architecture
Communication and Study skills
Principles of Accounting I
Linear Algebra I
TOTAL
Second Semester
SN
Code
1
TCS 201
2
TCS 202
3
TCS 203
4
TCS 204
5
TCS 205
6
TCS 210
7
TBE 203
SECOND YEAR
Third Semester
SN
Code
1
TCS 301
2
TCS 302
3
TCS 303
4
TCS 304
5
6
7
8
TCS 305
TCS 306
TDS 371
TBE 302
Course Title
Logical Foundations
Analytical Methods of Computing
Computer Programming I
Data Structure and algorithms
Computer Security and Ethics
Field Practical Training I
Introduction to Business and Business
Imviroment
TOTAL
3
2
3
3
20
Core
Core
Core
Core
Credits
3
4
4
3
2
2
3
Status
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
22
Course Title
Probability and Statistics
Computer Programming II
Operating System I
Internet Programming and E- Applications
Credits
3
3
3
3
Status
Core
Core
Core
Core
Computer Networks
Systems Analysis and Design
Development Studies I
Human Resource Management
TOTAL
3
3
2
3
23
Core
Core
Core
Core
Credits
3
3
3
3
3
2
2
3
23
Status
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
Fourth Semester
SN
Code
Course Title
1
TCS 401 Operating System II
2
TCS 402 Network Design and Administration I
3
TCS 403 Multimedia System
4
TCS 404 Database System
5
TCS 405 Linux System Administration
6
TCS 410 Field Practical Training II
7
TDS 471 Development Studies II
8
TBE 401 Business Law and Ethics I
TOTAL
THIRD YEAR
Fifth Semester
SN
Code
1
TCS 501
2
TCS 502
3
TCS 503
4
TCS 504
8
TBE 503
Course Title
Final Year Project I
Introduction to Artificial Intelligence
User Interface Design
Software Engineering
Strategic Management
TOTAL
Sixth Semester
SN
Code
Course Title
Credits
3
3
4
4
3
18
Credits
Status
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
Status
1
2
TCS 601
TCS 602
Final Year Project II
Professional Practices of Information Systems
6
3
Core
Core
3
4
TBE 602
TBE 603
Final Year Project I
Introduction to Artificial Intelligence
TOTAL
3
3
15
Optional
Optional
A student shall be required to take either TBE 602 or TBE 603.
8.4.9. Bachelor of Science in Environmental Studies
(BSCES)
8.4.9.1 Introduction
Given the growing need to respond to environmental challenges and changes in today‘s world,
there is a need to have a degree in this field. Environmental Studies explores environmental
principles and the interaction of humans and the environment. To better prepare students for the
complex environmental issues facing the world, Post University‘s Environmental program is
interdisciplinary. It draws on information obtained from many areas of study, business, and
economics. Students examine how the natural world functions and what impact human activities
have on our local and global resources and environment.
8.4.9.2. Programme Description
The study of our environment is vital to ensure that human needs are met, in a sustainable way,
so that everyone will have access to clean water, clean air, and the earth resources required for
agriculture and industrial activity. The environmental studies required for agriculture and
industrial activity. The environmental studies degree draws upon some of the science skills
needed to appreciate the issues, while not focusing totally on the application of physical and
biological sciences, while not focusing totally on the application of physical and biological
sciences, but also systematically studies human interaction with the environment and aspects
relating to economics, sociology and planning, which are and will remain especially important
topics now and in the future. Our graduates have an appreciation of environmental
problems/solutions relating to the sciences and humanities and have strong communication skills.
8.4.9.3 Programme Objectives
In addition to the institutional and general education level learning objectives, the Bachelor of
Science in Environmental Studies seeks the following specific learning outcomes of its
graduates. With reference to each of the respective areas of environmental studies, graduates in
this degree program will be able to: Demonstrate the ability to effectively express ideas and
evidence in writing.
Demonstrate knowledge of political, legal, economic and social dynamics associated with the
environment and management of the environment
Examine environmental compliance in terms of moral, political and economic factors.
Analyze environmental issues within their economic, historical and theoretical context
Assess an environmental perspective that includes alternative approaches to economic and
development and incorporates a code a responsibility
Quantitatively and qualitatively, evaluate the consequences of ecological disasters on public
health, productivity and social and economic welfare.
8.4.9.4 Courses Needed for Graduation
8.4.9.5 Course Listing (BscES)
Science
(Environmental)
Cross cutting
Total
FIRST
SECOND
THIRD
YEAR
YEAR
YEAR
st
nd
rd
th
1
2
3
4
5th
6th
Sem Sem Sem Sem Sem Sem
19
19
20
19
21
19 117
2
21
0
19
2
22
2
21
0
21
0
19
6
123
FIRST YEAR
First Semester
Course Code
TES 130
TES 131
TES 132
Course Title
Principles and Practice of Environmental studies
Environmental Ethics and Philosophy
Environmental Law and Policy
Status
Credits
Core
Core
Core
3
3
3
TES 133
TES 134
TES 136
TGE 143
TLE 113
Total
Climate change and Environment
Introduction to Environmental Components and
Interrelationships
Environmental Ecology
Environmental Resources and Food Security
Communication and Study Skills
Second Semester
Course
Course Title
Code
TES 230
Introduction to Environmental Pollution Control and
Remediation
TES 231
Fundamentals of Environmental Chemistry
TES 232
Environmental Statistics
TES 233
Environmental and Poverty
TES 234
Environmental Geology and Earth Surface Processes
TES 235
Environmental Analytical Methods
TGE 241
Climatology
TGE 242
Surveying and Mapping Science
Total
Core
Core
2
3
Core
Core
Core
3
2
2
21
Status Credits
Core
2
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
3
3
2
2
2
2
3
19
SECOND YEAR
Third Semester
Course
Code
TES 330
TES 331
TLE 334
TES 335
TES 336
TES 337
Course Title
Introduction to Environmental Sociology
Environmental Assessment
Agriculture and Environment
Environmental Management Systems
Waste Management
Environmental Toxicology I
Status Credits
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
2
3
2
2
2
3
TGE 342
TGE 343
TGE 345
Environmental Education and Conservation
Soil Resources
Urban System, Planning and Management
Core
Core
Core
2
2
2
TDS 371
Total
Development Studies I
Core
2
22
Fourth Semester
Course Code
TES 431
TES 433
TES 434
TGE 441
TES 436
TES 438
TGE 442
TDS 471
Total
Course Title
Research Methods in Environmental Studies
Energy Resources and
Environment
Environmental Microbiology
Remote Sensing Theory and Practice
Environmental Biotechnology
Environmental Toxicology II
Population Studies and Environment
Development Studies II
Status Credits
Core
Core
2
3
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
3
3
2
3
2
3
23
THIRD YEAR
Fifth Semester
Course Code
TES 530
TES 532
TES 533
TES 534
TES 536
TES 537
TGE 541
TGE 542
Course Title
Environmental Psychology
Environmental Economics
Aquatic Ecology and Pollution
Land Degradation and Environmental Geology
Participatory Approaches to Environmental Management
Research Project in Environmental Studies
Geographic Information System
Natural Resources Management
Status Credits
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
3
3
2
2
2
2
3
2
TGE 543
TGE 544
Total
Project Planning and Management
Environmental Disaster Management
Core
Core
2
2
21
Sixth Semester
Course Code
Course Title
Status Credits
TES 630
TES 631
TES 632
TES 633
TES 634
TES 635
TGE 644
Environmental Anthropology
Biodiversity and Conservation
Pollution Control Technology
Limnology
Forest and Environment
Development and Environment
Hydrology and Water Resource Policy, Planning and
Management
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
Total
19
9.0
MEMBERS OF ORGANS OF TEOFILO KISANJI
UNIVERSITY, 2014/2015
9.1
Members of the Governing Board of Trustees
Rt. Rev. Cheyo, A.
Rev. Mgombele, D.
Prof. Kassimoto, T.J
Rt. Rev. Dr. Mwakafwila, L.B
Rt. Rev. Nicodemo, I.R
Rev. Mwaitebele, C
Rev. Katale, C
Rev. Sikazwe, N. K
Prof. Nsimba, S
Dr. Kanama, V
9.2
2
3
3
2
2
3
2
Chairperson and Chancellor
General Secretary
Vice Chancellor
Member
Member
Member
Member
Member
Member
Member
Members of the University Council
Dr. Mlimuka, A.
Prof. Kassimoto, T.
Dr. Mosses, D.
Mr. Mwaikenda, I.S.
Bishop Rt. Rev. Nguvumali, C.
Rev. Mgombele, D.
Chairperson
Secretary
Member
Member
Member
Member
(TEKUASA) Representative
(TEKUNASA) Representative
Ms. Mwasyoge, I.
Prof. Mwaibasa, B.L.K
Prof. Msambichaka, J.
Mr. Nhungo, J.
Rev. Malema, P.
Dr. Mbonde, L.M
Rev. Mwaiseje, S.
Mrs. Mwamwaja, S.M.
REO
Mr. Nsekela, M.A
Ms. Seif, S.
Mr. Seme, Y.
Mr. Izaack, S.
9.3
Members of the University Senate
1. Prof. Kassimoto, T.
2. Dr. Mosses, D.
3. Mr. Mwaikenda, I.S.
4. Prof. Mbonile, J.
5. Prof. Mwaibasa, B.L.K.
6. Rev. Dr. Mbao, R.
7. Rev. Dr. Mwenisongole, T.
8. Dr. Rwakarambi, J.M.T.
9. Dr. Mbonde, L.
10. Mrs. Mboya, T.
11. Mr. Malekela, J.S.
12. Mr. Mwaihabi, A.S.
13. Ms. Seif, S.
14. Mr. Mahenge, T.E.
15. Ms. Kategela, R.
16. Mr. Mwageni, R.
17. Rev. Mgombele, D.
18. Mr. Moses, E.M.
19. Ms. Kibona, N.
20. Ms. Ndakidemi, B.
21. Mr. Mkumbwa, A.
22. Mr. Isack, S.
Member
Member
Member
Member
Member
Member
Member
Member
Member
Member
Member
Member
Member
Member
Member
Chairperson
Member
Member
Member
Member
Member
Member
Member
Member
Member
Member
Member
Member
Member
Member
Member
Member
Member
Member
Member
Member
Member
23. Ms. Mwamwaja, S.M.
24. Rev. Kategile, M.
Member
Member
9.4 Members of the Academic Board
Dr. D. Mosses
Chairperson
Rev. Dr. Mwenisongole, T
Member
Mrs T. Mboya
Member
Mr. J. Malekela
Member
Mr. Mwaihabi, A.S.
Member
Prof. Mbonile, M.J
Member
Mr. T.E. Mahenge
Member
Ms. R. Kategela
Member
Ms S. Seif
Member
Ms. B. Ndakidemi
Member
Mr. C. Tweve
Member
Ms. R. Sekile
Member
Mr. Nyunza, G.
Member
Mr. A. Mkumbwa
Member
2 TEKUSO Representatives
Member
10.0 UNIVERSITY PERSONNEL
10.1
Senior Personnel of Teofilo Kisanji University
Chancellor
Bishop Cheyo, A. F
- PhD Candidate, MTh, BD
(Nairobi University)
Vice Chancellor
Prof. Kassimoto, Tuli J
- PhD (Ed - UZ), MA Ed, BA Ed (UDSM)
Deputy Vice Chancellor Academic Affairs
Dr. Mosses, D PhD (Dortmund, Germany), MSc. (Dortmund, Germany), BA Ed (UDSM)
Deputy Vice Chancellor Planning, Finance, and Administration
Mr. Mwaikenda, I.S - MBA (IDM-Mzumbe), PGDA, ADA
(IFM-DSM),
10.2 Faculties and Directorates Personnel
- Faculty of Theology (FoTH)
Dean
Rev Dr. Mwenisongole, T. - DTH-Pretoria (RSA), MA Theology
(MATS), MA Pastoral Counselling
(USA), BD (Makumira)
- Faculty of Education (FED)
Dean
Mrs. Mboya, T.
- MA (Ed - Georgetown), BA (Ed - UDSM).
Associate Dean:
Mr. Tweve, C. S.
–MA Applied Social Psych; BA Ed –
Psychology (UDSM)
- Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences (FASS) Dean
Mr. Malekela, J.
- PhD (student) OUT, MA (History UDSM), BA (ED - UDSM)
Associate Dean:
Ms. Sekile, R.
- MA, Kiswahili (UDOM), BEL
-Faculty of Science and Technology (FoST)
Dean
Mr. Mwaihabi, A. S.
- MA Statistics – (UDSM), BED Maths – (Brock University Canada),
Dip. Ed. Maths (DSM College of Education)
Directorate of Research, Consultancy, Publications and Postgraduate Studies (DRCPPS)
Director
Prof. Mbonile, J.
Associate Director
Mr. Sigala, I
-PhD (Liverpool), MA (Philosophy-Cairo),
BAED (UDSM), Special Dip (Cairo), Gen.
Dip (Cairo), Cert. (Kivukoni Ideological
College-DSM)
MA (UDOM), BEL (TEKU)
Directorate of Undergraduate Studies (DUS)
Director
Ms. Ms. Kategela, R. -MA Kiswahili (UDSM),
BEL (TEKU)
Admissions Officer
Rev.
Kasyele,
M.
Examinations Officer
Mr. Mahundi, P.
– MAED student
PGDE(TEKU), BD (Makumira)
(TEKU),
– MBA (IUCO), ADIT – (IAA - Arusha).
Directorate of Continuing Education (DOCE)
Director
Mr. Mahenge, T. E.
- MA (Ed.), BA (Ed - UDSM)
Associate Director
Mr. Simwaba, J. L.
- MA. Ed (OUT), BA Ed (UDSM)
Examinations Officer
Ms. Malima, C. L.
Dip. Computer Science (St. Joseph)
Directorate of Library and Information Services (DoLIS)
Director
Mr. Mwageni, R.
- MA Information Studies, PGDE, BA General (UDSM).
Associate Director
Mr. Kyando, K.
- -MA Information Studies, BA
BSc. Agric Gen (SUA)
Dean of Students (DoS)
Ms. Seif, A. S.
- MA in Applied Social Psychology
(UDSM), BED-Psych (UDSM)
Deputy Dean of Students
Mr. Mwakipesile, J MA (UDSM) MSc (Economics—Swansea)
Bursar
Ms. Swai, U.
- CPA (T), BAF (Mzumbe - Morogoro)
MTh
(
Makumira),
Directorate of Administration and Planning (DAP)
Director
Mr. Sichone, Y.
-MBA (IUCO), B.Com - UDSM)
10.3 Other Office Bearers
Head, Quality Assurance Unit
Mr. Mkumbwa, A. - MA Ed (UDOM), BA Ed-Psych. (UDSM),
Internal Auditor
NA
Public Relations and Marketing Officer (PRMO)
Ms. Kibasa, N. MA (Moi University), BA Journalism (UDSM),
Mr. Sichone, A.
- Adv. Dip in Journalism – (SAUT – Mwanza)
11.0
UNIVERSITY ACADEMIC STAFF
11.1
Faculty of Theology
11.1.1 Dean
Rev. Dr. Mwenisongole T. - DTh - Pretoria (RSA), MA Th, MA - Pastoral Counselling
(USA), BD (Makumira-Arusha)
11.1.2 Academic Staff
Rev. Dr. Mbao, R. J. - PhD Theol. (TUMA), MTh (TUMA), BD (MOTHECO)
Rev. Meza, R.H.
- PhD candidate (Leipzig) -MA (Theology) (Bethlehem, Pennsylvania,
USA), PGDE (TEKU), BD (MOTHECO)
Rev. Kasyele, M. – MAED student (TEKU), MTh (Makumira), PGDE(TEKU),
BD (Makumira)
Rev. Kategile, M.
Rev. Dr. Meyer, H.
- MA (Theology - Bethlehem, Pennsylvania), PGDE (TEKU - Mbeya),
BD (MOTHECO, Mbeya), Dip. (Dress Making - Bethlehem, PA)
- DTh (Hamburg), MTh (Germany), BD (Germany)
Rev. Dr. Mwankenja, G. - PhD (Makumira), MTh (Makumira, BD (Makumira)
Rev. Dr. Mligo, E.
- PhD (University of Oslo) MTh (University of Oslo, Norway) BD
(Makumira University College, Tumaini University, Arusha)
Rev. Dr. Fihavango, G.
11.2
-PhD (Augustana Hochschule-Germany), MTh (University of
Oslo, Norway) BD (Makumira University College)
Faculty of Education
11.2.1 Dean
Mrs. Mboya, T.
MA Ed (Georgetown USA),BA Ed UDSM)
11.2.2 Associate Dean
Mr. Tweve, C. S.
MA Applied Psych (UDSM), BA Ed –
Psychology (UDSM)
11.2.3 Department of Education
11.2.3.1 Head of Department
Ms. Ndakidemi, B. - MA-Ed. (UDOM), BAED – (UDSM)
11.2.3.2 Academic Staff
Prof. Kassimoto, T.J.
PhD (Ed – UZ - Zimbabwe), MA (Ed - UDSM), BA (Ed.) (UDSM)
Prof. Mwamwenda, T.
Mr. Mwamwaja, P.E.
Mr. Daud, S.
PhD Ed. Psychology, MA Ed Psychology – (Canada), MA ED –
(USA), BA English – (India), BA Ed (UDSM).
PhD Student (OUT), MA Ed, BED Psych. (UDSM),
- MA Ed., BA Ed – (UDSM)
Mr. Mkiramweni, W.E.F.K. MA Ed, BSc. Ed – (UDSM).
Mr. Lwoga, M.P.M.
Ms. Nankurlu, V.
Ms. Kaberege, Y.
- MA Social Psy, BA Ed (UDSM)
MA Counselling/Guidance (Nigeria), BA Ed (UDSM)
- MA Applied Social Psych, BA
Ed (UDSM)
Mr. Mahenge, T
- MA Ed, BA Ed (UDSM)
Mr. Mwambene,B
- MA Ed (UDSM), BEL (TEKU - MBEYA)
Mr. Mkumbwa, A.
- MA Ed (UDOM), BA Ed-Psych. (UDSM),
11.2.4 Department of Psychology and Counselling
11.2.4.1 Head of Department
Mr. Tweve, C. S.
–MA Applied Psych (UDSM), BA Ed – Psychology (UDSM)
11.2.4.2 Academic Staff
Mr. Ngogo, N -MA Applied Social Psych, BSc Ed – (UDSM)
Ms. Kaberege, Y.
-MA Applied Social Psych, BA Ed- (UDSM)
Mr. Mkumbwa, A.
- MA Ed (UDOM), BA Ed-Psych. (UDSM),
Ms. Seif, A. S
11.3
MA. Applied Social Psychology, BED Psyc (UDSM)
Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences
11.3.1. Dean
Mr. Malekela, J.
PhD (student) OUT, MA History, BA Ed. (UDSM)
11.3.2 Associate Dean
Ms. Sekile, R.
- MA, Kiswahili (UDOM), BEL (TEKU)
11.3.3 Department of Arts and Social Sciences
11.3.3.1 Head of Department
Mr. Nyunza, G.
- PhD Student MSc. Natural Assessment and Mgt, BA Ed (UDSM)
PhD (Candidate) UDSM
11.3.4 Examinations Officer
Mr. Mahundi, P.
– MBA (IUCO), ADIT – (IAA - Arusha).
11.3.5 Department of Languages and Linguistics (DLL)
Head of Department
Ms. Sekile, R.
- MA, Kiswahili (UDOM), BEL (TEKU)
Academic Staff
11.3.6 Department of Languages and Linguistics (DLL)
Dr. Lwaitama, A.F.
- PhD (UK), MSc TESP - UK), BAED (UDSM)
Dr. Mapunda, G.
- PhD (Bristol), MA - Linguistics, BA (UDSM)
Dr. Sewangi S.S.
- PhD (Helsinki), MA (Linguistics - Nairobi), BA Ed – (UDSM).
Mr. Gawasike, A.
- PhD candidate (UDSM), M.A Kiswahili, BAED (UDSM)
Ms. Fella, M. S.
- M.A Linguistics (UDSM), B.A [Ed] (UDSM)
Mr. Ndomba, R.
- MA - Linguistics, BA Ed – (UDSM)
Mr. Mwambenga, K.B - MA - Applied Social Psych, BA Ed - English and French – (UDSM).
Mr. Gerson, L.
MA - Linguistics, BA Ed – (UDSM)
Mr. Rutagwerela, D. - MA Linguistics, BA Ed – (UDSM), Dip. Ed (Mpwapwa)
Mr. Ramadhani, D.
- MA - Linguistics, BA. ED – (UDSM), Dip. ED – (Mpwapwa)
Mr. Msamilah, E. M. - MA, Kiswahili, BA. Ed – (DSM),
Ms. Sekile, R.
- MA, Kiswahili (UDOM), BEL (TEKU)
Ms. Kibona, N.
- MA – (UDOM), BEL (TEKU)
Mr. Mkinga, S.
- MA - (UDSM), BEL (TEKU)
11.3.7 Department of Arts and Social Sciences
11.3.7.1 Head of Department
Mr. Nyunza, G.
– PhD Student MSc. Natural Assessment and Mgt, BAED (UDSM)
11.3.7.2 Academic Staff
11.3.7.2.1 Law Section
Mr. Mwakilima, P.
- LLB (Makerere University), LLM (UDSM), PDLP(Law School of
Tanzania)
Ms. Gwalema, M.
- LLM (Mzumbe), LLB (Mzumbe)
Ms. Mwamwezi, A.
- LL.M (RUCO), LL.B (RUCO) (Iringa)
Ms. Lameck, M.
- MLL, LLB (UDSM)
11.3.7.2.2 Geography and Environmental Studies Section
Prof. Mwakalila, S.S PhD Applied Science, M.Sc. Water Resources Engineering (UDSM),
Postgraduate Diploma - Irrigation Engineering – (UDSM), M.Sc.
Agricultural Engineering Education, B.Sc. Agricultural Engineering –
(UDSM)
Dr. Mosses, D.
PhD, MSc. – (Dortmund, Germany), BA Ed.- (UDSM).
Dr. Nchimbi, H.Y.
PhD, MIEM (UDSM), BSc Ed – (Zanzibar).
Mr. Haukila, F.
PhD Candidate, MA Demography, BED Arts – (UDSM), Dip. Ed
(Mpwapwa), Certificate Ed (Klerruu).
Mr. Linus, A.
- MA (student), BA Ed – (UDSM)
Mr. Mwakigonja, N. - MA Candidate, BA Ed. – (UDSM)
11.3.7.2.3 History Section
Mr. Malekela, J.S.
Mr. Kangalawe, H.
Mr. Mwandete, C.
- MA History, BA Ed. (UDSM)
- MA History, BA Ed (UDSM)
- MA-History (Student), BA Ed – (UDSM)
11.3.7.2.4 Business Studies and Economics Section
Prof. Mafwenga, M. PhD Commonwealth Open University, MSc Finance (Strathclyde
University, UK), Adv. Dip Taxi Management, Postgraduate Dip in Taxi
Management (IFM)
Dr. Mwidege, A. M. PhD Agr. Economics (Sokoine), MA Economics (UDSM),
BSc (Ed), Dip Ed
Mr. Shimwela, M.N M.COM - Economics, B. Com (Natal R.S.A)
Mr. Yusuf, I.
Mr. Mabuga, P.
MBA (Mzumbe), ADA (ARUSHA)
MA Econ, Adv. Dip. Economics (Manchester UK), Advanced
Economics Development (UDSM)
Mr. Steven, G.
MBA, Finance; B. Com (UDSM), Certified Professional Banker –
CPB (TIoB-Dar)
Mr. Chiiza, J. F.
- MBA (St. Augustine), ADA, DSA (DAR), CPA (T)
Mr. Stima, F. W.
- M.S.C. Economics (Mzumbe), B.A.[Ed] (UDSM), Dip [ed] (Monduli)
11.3.7.2.5 Development Studies Section
Kibona, L.M.S
MA Development Studies, BA Ed – (UDSM), Dip. Adult Ed. (IAE), Dip
in Physical Ed. Health and Recreation - (Australia).
Mr. Mwaiseje, S. P. MA Development Studies, BA Ed., PGD - Law, Dip - Law – (UDSM),
Cert. Teaching – (Kibaha FDC),
Mr. Linus, V.
MA Development Studies (UDOM), BA (SUA)
11.3.7.2.6 Sociology Studies Section
Mr. Isdory, S.
MA Sociology – (UDOM), BA Ed (SAUT Mwanza)
Ms. Comoro, F.
- MA Sociology, BA Sociology – (UDSM)
Mr. Mdende, S.
MA Sociology, BSc (SUA)
Mr. Gasper, F.
MA Sociology (UDSM), B.A. Sociology (St. Augustine)
11.3.7.2.7 Human Resource Management Section
Mwizamholya, R.
Mrope, G
-MHR, (KIU-Uganda), BPA, (KIU), Uganda
MHR (MU), BPA(MU).
11.4 Faculty of Science and Technology
11.4.1 Dean
Mr. Mwaihabi, A.S. MA Statistics – (UDSM), BED Maths – (Brock University Canada), Dip.
Ed. Maths (Dar es Salaam College of Education), Cert. of Edu (Mpwapwa
Teachers‘ College)
11.4.2 Heads of Departments
11.4.2.1 Department of Science
Mr. Mwaihabi, A.S. MA Statistics – (UDSM), BED Maths – (Brock University Canada), Dip.
Ed. Maths (Dar es Salaam College of Education), Cert. of Edu (Mpwapwa
Teachers‘ College)
11.4.2.2 Department of Technology
Mr. Michael, A.
MSc Student (NMIST Arusha), BED Maths (TEKU Mbeya)
11.4.3 Examinations Officer
Ms. Malima, C. L.
DIP. Computer Science (St. Joseph)
11.4.4 Academic Staff
Prof. Mwaibasa, B.L.K
PhD (Information Systems - British West Indies), MBA (UDSM),
BSc (Ed- Mathematics And Physics - UDSM), PGD (Computer
Science - Nairobi), Cert (PCTech - Computer Ltd)
Dr. Rwakarambi, J.M.T.
PhD (Computer Science - China), MSc (Computer – China)
Mr. Mwapwele, S.D M. IT (Pretoria), BCom Information Pretoria)
Mr. Mahallah, E.R.
MA Ed; BSC Ed. Maths (UDSM),
Mr. Godwin, V.
MSC-Maths, BSC-Maths and Chem. (UDSM).
Mr. Helikumi, M
Mr. Mwalyego, A.
Mr. Ngiliule, P.
MSc, BED – Science - NCE (UDSM)
MSc Maths, BSc. General Maths and Statistics (UDSM)
MSc - Maths (UDSM), BED - Maths (IUCO)
Mr. Mwakyusa, W.P - MISD (HAN University), BSc (UDSM)
Mr. Mwita, B.C.
- BSc Ed - Maths Physics – (UDSM)
Mr. Ngailo, I.
- BSc Ed - Maths Computer – (UDSM)
Mr. Yotham, W.E
Mr. Kayombo, G
MSc (TEL. Eng) UDOM, BSC (Cmp Eng) DIT
MSc(TEL.Eng) UDOM (Cmp Eng) DIT
Mr. Mgimba, C
MEM (UDSM) BSCED (UDSM)
Mr. Leonard, S
MSc (TEL.Eng) UDOM (Cmp Eng) DIT
Mr. Leonard, S
MSc (TEL.Eng) UDOM (Cmp Eng) DIT
Mr. Kusyam, S. L
Msc (IC Eng) B. Eng DIT
Mr. Juma, S. A
Msc (Huazhong) China Bsc(Huazhong) China
Mr. Musana , E. Y.
BAED (Geo.) UDSM MA (Dem.Pop. Study) DSM
11. 5
Directorate of Library and Information Services (DoLIS)
11.5.1 Director
Mr. Mwageni, R.
MA Information Studies, PGDE, BA General (UDSM)
11.5.2 Associate Director
Mr. Kyando, K.
- MA Information Studies, BSc. Agric Gen (SUA)
11.5.3 Library Staff
Mr. Kihwaga, E.
MSc Information Science (Student – Moi), BSc (SUA)
Mr. Kidibule, D.
MA Information Studies, (Student), BA Ed – (UDSM)
Ms. Alphonce S.
MA Information Studies, (Student), BA
General – (UDSM)
Mr. Madembwe, P.
BCS. - Computer Science (St. Joseph University)
Mr. Mwakatwila, S.
Diploma in Librarianship (SLADs Bagamoyo)
Mr. Mboma, J.
Diploma in Librarianship (SLADs – Bagamoyo)
Mr. Mwansepe, A.P.
Diploma in Librarianship,– (TEKU)
Ms. Mwaipopo, P
Ms. Mwangomo, N.
Diploma. in Library, (TEKU), (City Guilds Institute of
London - England)
Diploma in Library, (TEKU), Certificate in Library Management
(TLS)
Ms. Duma, E.
Diploma in LIS Student (TEKU) Certificate in Library
Management (TLS).
Mr. Kyando, J.
BEL (TEKU - Mbeya)
Mr. Ndauka, C.
BA Ed- (UDSM) MA (Info. Stds) UDSM( Student)
Mr. Mwabeza, R.
BEL (TEKU - Mbeya)
Mr. Mdolo, W
BA Sociology – (UDSM)
Ms. Jeremiah, A.
BA Ed. – (TEKU Mbeya) (Info. Studies) UDSM( Student)
Mr. Jisandu, E, N.
BA Ed – (Open University of Tanzania)
Ms. Mganga, T.
Diploma in LIS Student (TEKU) Certificate in Library
Management (TEKU).
11.6
University Administrative Staff
11.6.1 Directorate of Administration and Planning (DAP)
11.6.2 Director
Mr. Sichone, Y.
- MBA (IUCO - Iringa), B. Com (UDSM)
11.6.3 Legal Counsel
Ms. Gwalema, M.
- LLM (Mzumbe), LLB (Mzumbe)
11.6.4 Dean of Students’ Office
11.6.4.1 Dean of Students
Ms. Seif, A. S
MA. Applied Social Psychology, BED Psyc (UDSM)
11.6.4.2 Deputy Dean of Students
Mr. Mwakipesile, J.
MA (UDSM), MSc-Economics (Swansea), BA(Ed-UDSM)
11.6.5. Estates Office
Rev. Katiti (Mbao), Y.
BD (TEKU), Gen. Cert. in Theol (MOTHECO)
Ms. Lusekelo, U.
- Certificate in Journalism (MIJO
11.6.6 Public Relations and Marketing Officer (PRMO)
Ms. Kibasa, N.
- MA Student (Moi University), BA Journalism – (UDSM)
Mr. Sichone, A.
- Adv. Diploma- Journalism (SAUT - Mwanza)
11.6.7 Records Assistant
Ms. Nthangu, D.D.
– Diploma, Certificate in Records Mgt. (TPSC- DSM)
11.7 Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Unit
11.7.1 Head of Unit
Mr. Ambukege, G.
Adv. Dip. Computer Science (IFM - DSM)
11.7.2 ICT – Technicians
Ms. Malima, C.L.
Adv. Dip. Computer Science – (DIT - DSM)
Mr. Ernest, I.
Adv. Dip. Computer Science (IAA - Arusha)
Mr. Mahinya, Z.M.
11.8. Accounts Section
11.8.1 Bursar
Adv. Information Technology (IAA –Arusha)
Ms. Swai, U.
- CPA (T), BAF (Mzumbe - Morogoro)
11.8.2 Accountant
11.8.3 Assistant Accountants
Mr. Kamili, A.
ADA (TIA - DSM)
Ms. Mboya, A.
ADA (IAA - Arusha)
Ms. Mwamwembe, S.
B. Com (UDSM)
11.8.4 Accounts Clerk
Ms. Kamguna, A.
DBA (TEKU), Certificate Storekeeping (Mtwara)
11.8.5 Cashier
NA
11.8.6 Procurement /Stores Officer
Ms. Kalinga, W.
CPSP (PSPTB), BA Procurement and Supply Management (MUCCoBS
– Moshi)
11.9 Secretaries
Ms. Nakaonga, M.
Ms. Fumbo, T.
Diploma in Secretarial and Administration – (UK), Diploma in
Secretarial Studies – (Shukrani Center Mbeya), Certificate in Secretarial
Studies – (VETA)
Diploma in Secretarial Studies (Shukrani Center Mbeya), NABE II
(VETA), IT Essentials (UCC - UDSM), Certificate in Secretarial studies –
(Institute of Adult Education Mbeya).
Ms. Bosco, H.
Diploma in Secretarial and Administration – (Mbeya)
Ms. Mwakipesile, L.
Diploma in Secretarial Studies (Shukrani Center, Mbeya)
Ms. Kagesya, R.
Diploma in Secretarial Studies, Business Mgt. & Administration
(Shukrani International College), Certificate in Secretarial and Computer
Course (VETA)
Ms. Mgeni, E.
Diploma Secretarial Studies & Administration (Grace College), NABE –
(VETA Mbeya)
Ms. Danford, E.
Ms. Tubuke, J.
Ms. Gwasupika, E.
Diploma in Secretarial studies – (Grace College Mbeya); DLIS (TEKU)
Diploma in Secretarial Studies, Business Mgt. & Administration
(Shukrani International College),
Diploma in Secretarial studies and Administration (Shukrani International
College), NABE II (Mbeya)
Ms. Mwakilachile, F.
Certificate in Secretarial and Computer Course (VETA)
DBA (TEKU)
Ms. Msegeya, E.
Certificate in Secretarial Studies and Computer Course - Tabora)
Ms. Mwakijaja, N.
Certificate in Secretarial Studies (MVTC - Mbeya)
Ms. Malitundu, M.
Certificate in Computer Studies (Grace College, Mbeya).
Ms. Jengela, T.
Certificate in Secretarial Studies –(MVTC Mbeya).
Ms. Jacob, A.
Certificate in Computer Applications - Desktop Computer
Technology (DCT)
Ms. Mwamwaja, S.
Certificate in Secretarial Course – (TPSC – DSM), Certificate in
Secretarial Course – (Shukrani Secretarial College)
Ms. Kilatu, N.
Certificate in Computer Studies (Grace College)
Ms. Lindi, U.
Certificate in Secretarial Course – (VETA Mbeya)
Ms. Mwakinyuke B, Z.
NABE II (VETA)
11.10 Bookshop
11.10.1 Bookshop Manager
Ms. Maganga, M.
Certificate in Accountancy/Administration Course –
(CCT - Dodoma)
11.11 Kindergarten
11.11.1 Kindergarten Teachers
Ms. Mwakolo, B.
Nursery School Teaching Certificate – (Western
Montessori College)
Ms. Mzumbwe, E.
Nursery School Certificate (St. Aggrey Teachers‘ College)
11.12 Drivers
Mr. Mwakibete, Y.
Mr. Malimo, V.
Mr. Mgona C.
Mr. Mwaikwila, A.
21.13 Support Staff
Ms. Kamendu, T.
Ms. Aloyce, H.
Mr. Hezron, E.
Ms. Kajigili, R.
Mr. Lyombe, F.
Ms. Kalebe, A.
Ms. Mgombela, N.
Ms. Washilu, L.
Mr. Charles, P.
Mr. Buya, R.
Ms. Kavishe, T.
Mr. Angumbwike, I.
Ms. Solo, L.
Mr. Joseph, M
Mr. Mgalama, J.
Mr. Mbale, J.
Mr. Mwakipesile, A.
11.14 TEKU Chaplaincy
11.14.1 Chaplain
Rev. Mwahalende, A.D MTh, BTh (South London Christian College-UK), PGDE (TEKUMBEYA), Diploma Theology (Anglican Theological College-TZ),
Cert. in Theology (MOTHECO - Mbeya).
12.0 TEKU CENTRES
12.1 TEKU DAR ES SALAAM CENTRE (TEKUDARCE)
12.1.1 Director
Prof. Mwaibasa, B.L.K
PhD (Information Systems - British West Indies), MBA (UDSM),
BSc (Ed- Mathematics And Physics - UDSM), PGD (Computer
Science - Nairobi), Cert (PCTech - Computer Ltd)
12.1.2 Deputy Director Academic Affairs (DDAA)
Dr. Mwanjabala, E. D.
Phd (Punjabi University, India), MS (Bus. Stud) Univ. of Salford),
MA (Monash Univ., Australia), MA (UDSM) BA( UDSM)
12.1.3 Deputy Director Planning, Finance and Administration (DDPFA)
Mr. Simbeye, N.
- PhD Marketing (OUT) (student) , MBA (Mzumbe University), ADBAM
(SMMuCo - Moshi)
12.1.4 Dean of Students
Ms. Challe, G.
- MA. Ed., BA. Ed (UDSM)
12.1.5 Heads of Departments
12.1.5.1 Head Dept of Humanities
Ms. Challe, G.
- MA. Ed., BA. Ed (UDSM)
12.1.5.2 Head Dept of Education
Mr. Manyama, J. G. - MBA (MU), ADCA (IDM Mzumbe)
12.1.5.3 Academic Staff
1. Geography Section
Prof. Mbonile, J.
-PhD (Liverpool), MA (Philosophy-Cairo), BAED (UDSM),
Special Dip (Cairo), Gen. Dip (Cairo), Cert. (Kivukoni Ideological
College-DSM)
2. Sociology Section
Salvatory, A.
PhD Sociology, MA. Sociology, BA Sociology (UDSM)
Ms. Lawi, J.
- PhD Demography, student (UDSM), MA Demography, BA Sociology
(UDSM)
3. Business Studies
Mr. Simbeye, N.
- PhD Marketing (OUT) (student), MBA (Mzumbe University), ADBAM
(SMMuCo - Moshi)
Mr. Manyama, J. G. MBA (MU), ADCA (IDM Mzumbe)
4. Education Section
Ms. Challe, G.
MA. Ed., BA. Ed (UDSM)
12.1.5.4 Library Services
1. Head of Library Services
Ms. Nyangi, B.
Dip., Cert. in Librarianship (SLADS-Bagamoyo)
2. Library Staff
Mr. Panja, E.
BHRM (Institute of Social Work DSM), Diploma in Education
(Morogoro)
Ms. Nsumba, E.
- BA Ed (UDSM), Diploma in Librarianship (University of
Wales)
12.1.5 Accounts Section
Mr. Mkola, A.
- CPA (T) - (NBAA), BAF - (MU)
Mr. Tuntufye, A.
Ms. Mkisi, T.
- Postgraduate DBA (CBE)
- DBA (CBE)
12.1.6 Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Unit
Mr. Mwandambo, E. K. (ICT)
Postgraduate Dip. in Scientific Computing Adv. Dip
Computer Science (IFM)
12.1.7 Support Staff
Ms. Bahati, J. (Secretary)
Certificate in secretarial Stage I & II, NABE (VETA)
Ms. Huruma, M. (Office Attendant)
12.2 TEKU TABORA CENTRE (TEKUTABCE)
12.2.1 Director
Rev. Dr. Mbao, R. J
PhD Theol (TUMA), MTh (TUMA), BD (MOTHECO)
12.2.2 Deputy Director Academic Affairs (DDAA)
Mr. Madulu, M.
MA Ed, BED Adult Ed – (UDSM)
12.2.3 Associate Director Planning, Finance and Administration (ADPFA)
Rev. Chambo, S. S.
– MBA (IUCO), BD (TUMA)
12.3 Academic Staff
Mr. Kaswaga, G.
MA Literature Student (UDSM), BEL (TEKU), Diploma Ed.
(Korogwe)
Mr. Madulu, M.
– MA Ed, BED Adult Ed – (UDSM)
Mr. Michael, Z.
MSc NRM Mgt (UDOM),
Ms. Sauda, O. M
MBA (IUCO)
Ms. Michael, L
MBA Information Technology (Coventry University, UK)
MR. Makelele, P.
MA Development Studies (SUA)
12.4 Administrative Staff
12.3.1 Library Services
12.4.1.1 Head of Library Services
Mr. Venance, C.
BLIS (Makerere University - Uganda)
12.4.1.2 Library Staff
Ms. Anagloria, J.
DILS (SUA)
Ms. Kagemlo, E. M. Certificate in Librarianship (SLADS)
12.4.2 Accounts Section
Assistant Accountant
Mr. Mwanizuwa, E.
- B Com in Accounting (UDOM)
12.4.3 Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Section
Mr. Majala, H.
- B Sc. Informatics (SUA)
Ms. Ndube, J.
- Adv. Dip. IT (DSM)
12.4.4 Estates Office
Ms. Kabigi, V. (Warden I)
12.4.5. Records Section
-
B Sc. Ed (UDSM)
Ms. Yongolo, C.
Records Mgt Assistant- DHRM (TIA)
12.4.6 Secretaries
Ms. Malembeka, E.
Certificate in Secretarial Course (VETA)
Ms. Kidayi, M.
Certificate in Secretarial Studies (TPSC)
Ms. Kapaya, D.
Certificate in secretarial Studies (TPSC)
Ms. Shija, L.
Diploma, Certificate in secretarial Studies (TPSC)
12.4.7 Support Staff
Ms. Mwahele, E.
Ms. Masesa, J.
Ms. Shija, J.
Mr. Dismas Kayoba.
Mr. Silas, P. M.
13.0. ALMANAC FOR UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMME, 2014/2015 ACADEMIC
YEAR
5th – 10th August
AUGUST 2014
External Examiners, 2013/2014 Academic year
21st August
Academic Board Meeting
23thAugust
TEKU Senate Meeting
31st August
Declaration of Examination Results for 2nd semester 2013/2014.
SEPTEMBER 2014
8th – 13th September
Supplementary/Special examinations for THIRD YEAR undergraduate
programmes in the 2013/2014 Academic year.
15th – 20th September
Marking of Supplementary/Special examinations for THIRD YEAR
undergraduate programmes in the 2013/2014 Academic year.
15th – 20th September
Preparations for the 1st and 2nd Year Supplementary/Special
Examinations in the 2013/2014 Academic Year
22nd – 27th September
Supplementary/Special FIRST AND ECOND YEAR undergraduate
examinations in the 2013/2014 Academic Year
27th September
Joint Academic Staff Meeting
29th September – 4th October Orientation and Registration Week for New Students for the
2014/2015 Academic Year
29th September– 1st October Registration for 2nd and 3rd year students for the First Semester
2014/2015 Academic year
OCTOBER 2014
2nd October
Classes Begin for all programmes for First Semester 2014/2015
Academic year
14th October
Nyerere Day (Public Holiday)
13th October
Academic Board Meeting
18th October
Declaration of Examination Results for Supplementary Special for
FIRST and SECOND YEAR for SECOND Semester,
2013/2014 Academic Year
24th October
Board of Trustees meeting
24th October
6th TEKU Convocation
25th October
7th Graduation Ceremony
NOVEMBER 2014
1st November
Studies continue
26th November
Centre Board Meeting
27th November
6th Convocation – TEKU Tabora Centre
28th November
7th Graduation Ceremony – TEKU
Tabora Centre
DECEMBER 2014
4th December
5th December
Centre Board Meeting – TEKU Dar es Salaam Centre
6th Convocation – TEKU Dar es Salaam Centre
6th December
7th Graduation Ceremony – TEKU
Dar es Salaam Centre
9th December
Tanganyika Independence Day (Public Holiday)
15th December
AHRMC
22nd December
Planning and Finance Committee
24th December – 4th January 2015
29th December
Christmas Recess
Invitation for Applications for 2014/2015 Academic year
2015
JANUARY 2015
5th January
Classes Resume
10th January
Council Meeting
12th January
Zanzibar Revolutionary Day (Public Holiday)
26th – 31st January
Preparations for Examinations for FIRST Semester of 2014/2015
Academic Year
31st January
Joint Academic Staff Meeting
FEBRUARY 2015
2nd – 14th February
Examinations Period for the FIRST Semester of 2014/2015 Academic
Year
14th February
End of 1st Semester, 2014/2015 Academic Year
16th February – 14th March Marking Period of 1st Semester examinations, 2014/2015
Academic Year
16th – 28th February
First Semester, 2014/2015 Academic Year recess
MARCH 2015
2nd – 4th March
Registration for all programmes for second semester, 2014/2015
Academic Year.
5th March
Classes for SECOND semester, 2014/2015 Academic Year begin.
17th March
Faculty Board Meetings
19th March
Academic Board Meeting
21st March
TEKU SENATE Meeting
2 5th March
Declaration of Examination Results for First Semester, 2014/2015
Academic Year
APRIL 2015
1st – 6th April
Easter Recess
7th – 11th April
Supplementary/Special FIRST Semester Examinations Period for the
2014/2015 Academic Year
13th – 18th April
Marking Period of 1st Semester Supplementary/Special examinations,
2014/2015 Academic Year
25th April
Academic Board Meeting
26th April
Union Day of the United Republic of Tanzania (Public Holiday)
28th April
Declaration of Examination Results for Supplementary/Special First
Semester, 2014/2015 Academic Year
MAY 2015
1st May
May Day (Public Holiday)
2nd – 30th May
Classes continue.
JUNE 2015
15th June
AHRMC
20th June
Planning and Finance Committee
20th – 25th June
Preparations for Examinations for SECOND Semester of 2014/2015
Academic Year
25th June
Joint Academic Staff Meeting
27th June
Council Meeting
JULY 2015
26th June – 9th July
13th July – 8th August
Examinations Period for the SECOND Semester of 2014/2015
Academic Year
Marking Period for the SECOND Semester Examinations, 2014/2015
Academic Year
11th July
End of Second semester 2014/2015 Academic year
13th July – 26th September
13th – 18th July
Recess Period, 2nd Semester, 2014/2015
Preparation for Teaching Practice 2015
14th July – 31st August Teaching Practice 2015
AUGUST 2015
10th – 22nd August
External Examiners
25th August
27th August
Faculty Board Meetings
Academic Board Meeting
29th August
TEKU SENATE Meeting
SEPTEMBER 2015
2nd September
Declaration of Examination Results for SECOND Semester, 2014/2015
Academic Year
3rd – 5th September
Preparations for Supplementary/Special examinations for ALL
undergraduate programmes in the 2014/2015 Academic year.
7th – 12th September
Supplementary/Special examinations for ALL undergraduate
programmes in the 2014/2015 Academic year.
14th – 19th September
Marking of Supplementary/Special examinations for ALL undergraduate
programmes in the 2014/2015 Academic year.
23rd September
Academic Board Meeting
26th September
Declaration of Supplementary/Special examinations for ALL
undergraduate programmes in the 2014/2015 Academic year.
OCTOBER 2015
28th September – 3rd October Orientation and Registration Week for NEW students for the
2015/2016 Academic Year
28th – 30th September Registration for Continuing Students for
FIRST SEMESTER, 2015/2016 Academic Year
5th October
Classes begin for all programmes, FIRST Semester, 2015/2016
14th October
Nyerere Day (Public Holiday)
30th October
Board of Trustees Meeting
30th October
7th TEKU Convocation
31st October
8th Graduation Ceremony
N.B
Every Friday of the Week (Except on Public Holidays) is for Management Committee
Meeting