Undergraduate Programme

Duration: 3 years

Semesters:6

This course we offer competence-based training which provides students with ability to execute, in the real world, relevant tasks to a specified level of proficiency. We use professional and experienced lecturers to teach real world accounting skills in order to equip aspiring accountants with the professional competencies needed to
provide services that are relevant in the globalized and rapidly digitizing age in which business transactions are increasingly complex. In this regard students are also taught how to use accounting packages such as PASTEL, Tally etc. This course also enables students to combine practice and theoretical knowledge of financial accounting. The course will provide decision making skills in the financial analysis and ability to identify and analyse financial accounting problems and opportunities in real life situations.

Module

- Business Mathematics
- Business Computer Application
- Business Communication
- Development Studies
- Introductory Accounting
- Introductory Macro Economics

- Business ethics and good governance
- Business Statistics
- Business Laws
- Financial Accounting
- Financial Management
- Introductory Micro Economics

Module

- Management Information systems
- Research Methodology
- Marketing Management
- Advanced Cost Accounting
- Intermediate Financial Accounting
- Corporate Finance

- Operations Research
- Entrepreneurship
- Advanced Financial Accounting
- Auditing
- Taxation and Public Finance
- Practical Training

Module

-Principles of management
-Organization Behavior
-Public Sector Accounting
-International Finance
-Management Accounting and Control

-Strategic Management
-Financial Reporting
-Auditing and Assurance Services
-Contemporary Issues in Accounting
-Advanced Public Finance and Taxation

Minimum Entry Qualifications:

  • Form VI (six) with at least two principal passes in Accountancy, Economics, Mathematics and Commerce with total points not below 3.5 obtained from the scoring: A=5, B+ = 4, B=3, C=2, D=1, E=0.5, F=0 for those who completed studies in year 2014 onwards OR
  • Form VI (six) with at least two principle passes in Accountancy, Economics, Mathematics and commerce with total points not below 3.5 obtained from the scoring: A=5, B=4, C=3, D=2, E=1, S=0.5, F= 0 for those who completed studies before year 2014 OR
  • An appropriate Ordinary Diploma with second class or average of “B” pass OR,
  • An NTA Level 6 with at least Second Class equivalent qualification in the related subjects

Duration: 3 years

Semesters:6

The Bachelor of Finance and Banking (BFB) program objective is to prepare students to think critically and finding new ways to improve the industry. Students learn to communicate effectively on all levels and acquire leadership skills in the banking industry to become initiator of change by making complex and difficult  decisions using modern finance methods. Students graduating from this course will be able to establish broad and coherent knowledge of the theoretical and professional disciplines of banking and finance which will enable them to analyse critically and identify better solutions  within business constraints and solve applied problems in banking and finance.

Module

- Business Mathematics
- Development Studies
- Business Communication
- Business Computer Applications
- Introductory Accounting
- Introduction to Financial Management

- Business Statistics
- Business Laws
- International Trade and Finance
- Money and Banking
- Introductory Micro Economics
- Principles of Banking

Module

- Fundamentals of Marketing

- Research Methodology
- Management Information Systems
- Business Lending
- Fundamentals of Macro Economics
- Corporate Finance

- Entrepreneurship
- Operations Research
- Public Finance
- Financial Markets and Institutions
- Bank Supervision and Regulation
- Practical Training

Module

- Principles of Management
- Consultancy Skills
- Risk Management
- International Finance
- Commercial Banking
- Portfolio management

- Strategic Management

- Banking Operations
- Financial Analysis
- Banking Law
- Micro-finance
- Treasury management
- Managerial Economics

Minimum Entry Qualifications:

  • Form VI (six) with at least two principal passes in Accountancy, Economics, Mathematics and Commerce with total points not below 3.5 obtained from the scoring: A=5, B+ = 4, B=3, C=2, D=1, E=0.5, F=0 for those who completed studies in year 2014 onwards OR
  • Form VI (six) with at least two principle passes in Accountancy, Economics, Mathematics and commerce with total points not below 3.5 obtained from the scoring: A=5, B=4, C=3, D=2, E=1, S=0.5, F= 0 for those who completed studies before year 2014 OR
  • An appropriate Ordinary Diploma with second class or average of “B” pass OR,
  • An NTA Level 6 with at least Second Class equivalent qualification in the related subjects

Duration: 3 years

Semesters:6

Students in this course are expected to gain the economic reasoning, quantitative skills and institutional knowledge required to solve problems arising in finance. This course will provide students with a systematic understanding of economic approaches to development and in particular, the role of finance and financial institutions. Students will be able to evaluate the merits of the various mechanisms of financing development and to understand the bases for financial policy. During the course students will develop the skills required for the analysis of development issues, and to understand the interlinkages between statistics and econometrics, and develop expertise on international trade and exchange rate policies and related economic matters. Additionally, students have the opportunity to study a range of options covering project and programme management, public policy, and development policy.

Module

- Business Computer Applications
- Development Studies
- Business Mathematics
- Business Communication
- Introductory Macroeconomics
- Accounting for Finance

- Business Statistics
- Managerial Economics
- Financial and Monetary Economics
- Financial Management
- Basics of Money and Banking
- Introductory Microeconomics

Module

- Research Methodology
- Management Information System
- Business Management
- Portfolio and Investment Analysis
- Financial Statements Analysis
- Economic Planning and Policy

- Entrepreneurship
- Operations Research
- Development Economics
- Financial Markets and Institutions
- Public Economics
- Finance and Security Analysis
- Practical Training

Module

- Human Resource Management
- Business Law and Ethics
- International Finance
- Financial Programming and forecasting
- Mathematical Techniques for Economists
- Intermediate Microeconomics

- Development Finance
- Project Planning and Management
- Introduction to Econometrics
- International Economics
- Intermediate Macroeconomics

Minimum Entry Qualifications:

  • Form VI (six) with at least two principal passes in Accountancy, Economics, Mathematics and Commerce with total points not below 3.5 obtained from the scoring: A=5, B+ = 4, B=3, C=2, D=1, E=0.5, F=0 for those who completed studies in year 2014 onwards OR
  • Form VI (six) with at least two principle passes in Accountancy, Economics, Mathematics and commerce with total points not below 3.5 obtained from the scoring: A=5, B=4, C=3, D=2, E=1, S=0.5, F= 0 for those who completed studies before year 2014 OR
  • An appropriate Ordinary Diploma with second class or average of “B” pass OR,
  • An NTA Level 6 with at least Second Class equivalent qualification in the related subjects

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Duration: 3 years

Semesters:6
This programme is designed with the focus of producing graduates with necessary skills and knowledge in the field of economics and taxation.A graduate is expected to have high expertise in handling profound aspects of economic and social development through formulating sound economic plans and policies as well as implementing them, be insightful problem solver and critical thinker.
It is aimed at producing professionals who will be able to apply knowledge, skills and understanding in a wide and unpredictable variety of contexts with substantial personal responsibility, responsibility for the work of others and responsibility for the allocation of resources, policy, planning, execution and evaluation. Additionally students will be equipped with skills on tax policy planning and assessments for both public and private organizations. The programme provides skills in economics, taxation, investment analysis and management, tax assessor’s experts and policy planners

Module

- Business Mathematics
- Development Studies
- Business Communication
- Business Computer Applications
- Introductory Accounting
- Introduction to Financial Management

- Business Statistics
- Business Laws
- International Trade and Finance
- Money and Banking
- Introductory Micro Economics
- Principles of Banking

Module

- Fundamentals of Marketing
- Research Methodology
- Management Information Systems
- Business Lending
- Fundamentals of Macro Economics
- Corporate Finance

- Entrepreneurship
- Operations Research
- Public Finance
- Financial Markets and Institutions
- Bank Supervision and Regulation
- Practical Training

Minimum Entry Qualifications:

  • Form VI (six) with at least two principal passes in Accountancy, Economics, Mathematics and Commerce with total points not below 3.5 obtained from the scoring: A=5, B+ = 4, B=3, C=2, D=1, E=0.5, F=0 for those who completed studies in year 2014 onwards OR
  • Form VI (six) with at least two principle passes in Accountancy, Economics, Mathematics and commerce with total points not below 3.5 obtained from the scoring: A=5, B=4, C=3, D=2, E=1, S=0.5, F= 0 for those who completed studies before year 2014 OR
  • An appropriate Ordinary Diploma with second class or average of “B” pass OR,
  • An NTA Level 6 with at least Second Class equivalent qualification in the related subjects

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Duration: 3 years

Semesters:6
This programme is designed with the focus of producing graduates with necessary skills and knowledge in the field of economics and taxation.A graduate is expected to have high expertise in handling profound aspects of economic and social development through formulating sound economic plans and policies as well as implementing them, be insightful problem solver and critical thinker.
It is aimed at producing professionals who will be able to apply knowledge, skills and understanding in a wide and unpredictable variety of contexts with substantial personal responsibility, responsibility for the work of others and responsibility for the allocation of resources, policy, planning, execution and evaluation. Additionally students will be equipped with skills on tax policy planning and assessments for both public and private organizations. The programme provides skills in economics, taxation, investment analysis and management, tax assessor’s experts and policy planners

Module

- Business Mathematics
- Development Studies
- Business Communication
- Business Computer Applications
- Introductory Accounting
- Introduction to Financial Management

- Business Statistics
- Business Laws
- International Trade and Finance
- Money and Banking
- Introductory Micro Economics
- Principles of Banking

Module

- Fundamentals of Marketing
- Research Methodology
- Management Information Systems
- Business Lending
- Fundamentals of Macro Economics
- Corporate Finance

- Entrepreneurship
- Operations Research
- Public Finance
- Financial Markets and Institutions
- Bank Supervision and Regulation
- Practical Training

Minimum Entry Qualifications:

  • Form VI (six) with at least two principal passes in Accountancy, Economics, Mathematics and Commerce with total points not below 3.5 obtained from the scoring: A=5, B+ = 4, B=3, C=2, D=1, E=0.5, F=0 for those who completed studies in year 2014 onwards OR
  • Form VI (six) with at least two principle passes in Accountancy, Economics, Mathematics and commerce with total points not below 3.5 obtained from the scoring: A=5, B=4, C=3, D=2, E=1, S=0.5, F= 0 for those who completed studies before year 2014 OR
  • An appropriate Ordinary Diploma with second class or average of “B” pass OR,
  • An NTA Level 6 with at least Second Class equivalent qualification in the related subjects

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Duration: 3 years

Semesters:6
This programme is designed with the focus of producing graduates with necessary skills and knowledge in the field of economics and taxation.A graduate is expected to have high expertise in handling profound aspects of economic and social development through formulating sound economic plans and policies as well as implementing them, be insightful problem solver and critical thinker.
It is aimed at producing professionals who will be able to apply knowledge, skills and understanding in a wide and unpredictable variety of contexts with substantial personal responsibility, responsibility for the work of others and responsibility for the allocation of resources, policy, planning, execution and evaluation. Additionally students will be equipped with skills on tax policy planning and assessments for both public and private organizations. The programme provides skills in economics, taxation, investment analysis and management, tax assessor’s experts and policy planners

Module

- Business Mathematics
- Development Studies
- Business Communication
- Business Computer Applications
- Introductory Accounting
- Introduction to Financial Management

- Business Statistics
- Business Laws
- International Trade and Finance
- Money and Banking
- Introductory Micro Economics
- Principles of Banking

Module

- Fundamentals of Marketing
- Research Methodology
- Management Information Systems
- Business Lending
- Fundamentals of Macro Economics
- Corporate Finance

- Entrepreneurship
- Operations Research
- Public Finance
- Financial Markets and Institutions
- Bank Supervision and Regulation
- Practical Training

Minimum Entry Qualifications:

  • Form VI (six) with at least two principal passes in Accountancy, Economics, Mathematics and Commerce with total points not below 3.5 obtained from the scoring: A=5, B+ = 4, B=3, C=2, D=1, E=0.5, F=0 for those who completed studies in year 2014 onwards OR
  • Form VI (six) with at least two principle passes in Accountancy, Economics, Mathematics and commerce with total points not below 3.5 obtained from the scoring: A=5, B=4, C=3, D=2, E=1, S=0.5, F= 0 for those who completed studies before year 2014 OR
  • An appropriate Ordinary Diploma with second class or average of “B” pass OR,
  • An NTA Level 6 with at least Second Class equivalent qualification in the related subjects

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Duration: 2 years

Semesters: 4

This course will equip students with knowledge and practical skills in bookkeeping, financial accounting, income tax, financial management, reporting standards and cost accounting. Students will have ability to demonstrate the necessary technical and professional skills, values, ethics, and attitudes at sufficient levels of proficiency to fulfill the role of a professional accountant in a manner that meets the needs and expectations of employers, clients, peers, and the public. It is a specialized business program that teaches students the skills they will need to be successful in the accounting field. After completion of this course, students can pursue graduate education and will also have opportunity to sit for professional examinations such as ACCA and CPA.

Module

- Introduction to Information Communication Technology
- Introduction To Business Mathematics and Statistics
- Principles Of Accounts
- Stores and Stock Control
- Introduction to Economics

- Communication Skills and Office Practice
- Customer Service Fundamental
- Elements Of Auditing
- Introduction To Cost Accounting
- Industrial Training

Module

- Fundamentals of Computer Applications
- Elements of Management
- Introduction to Business
- Fundamentals of Financial Accounting
- Introduction to Entrepreneurial skills

- Principles of Entrepreneurship
- Principles of Economics
- Introduction to Auditing
- Cost Accounting
- Principles Of Taxation

• Form VI (six) with at least one principal pass in relevant subjects total points not
below 1.5 obtained from the scoring A= 5, B+ = 4, B=3, C=2, D=1, E=0.5, F=0 for
those who completed studies in year 2014 onwards

• Form VI (Six) with at least one principle pass in Form VI (six) in relevant subjects
with total points not below 1.5 obtained from the scoring: A=5, B= 4, C=3, D=2,
E=1, S= 0.5, F=0 for those who completed studies before year 2014

• An appropriate equivalent Certificate with second class or B Average• NTA Level 4

• Any other equivalent qualification e.g. ATEC II.

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Duration: 2 years

Semesters: 4

This course focuses on developing understanding of Banking and Finance Environment both locally and globally, which prepares students for a career in Finance and Banking sector. It aims to provide sound knowledge to handle the operational and financial aspects in banking and finance. The course will equip students with comprehensive knowledge and skills to enable preparation and analysis of the financial statements of the banks/companies; provide understanding of marketing concepts and activities related to the banking industry; and understand banking sector specific regulatory requirements. This program is mainly targeting secondary school leavers and certificate level holders, who seek either a higher level qualification in order the enhance their employment prospects, or who need a strong foundation qualification in banking and finance studies to prepare them for University studies in business and management programmes.

Module

- Introduction to Business Mathematics and Statistics
- Introduction to Taxation
- Introduction to Information Communication Technology
- Introduction to Economics
- Introduction to Business Finance
- Principles of Accounts

- Customer Service
- Communication Skills and Office Practice
- Introduction to Financial Planning and Budgeting
- Introductory Micro-Finance
- Introduction to Bank Operations
- Industrial Training

Module

- Fundamentals of computer applications
- Fundamentals of Financial Accounting
- Economics Core
- Principles of Banking Operations
- Introduction to Entrepreneurial Skills

- Supervision Techniques
- Principles of Entrepreneurship
- Business Finance
- Marketing of Financial Services
- Introduction to Banking Law

Minimum Entry Qualifications:

• Form VI (six) with at least one principal pass in relevant subjects total points not
below 1.5 obtained from the scoring A= 5, B+ = 4, B=3, C=2, D=1, E=0.5, F=0 for
those who completed studies in year 2014 onwards

• Form VI (Six) with at least one principle pass in Form VI (six) in relevant subjects
with total points not below 1.5 obtained from the scoring: A=5, B= 4, C=3, D=2,
E=1, S= 0.5, F=0 for those who completed studies before year 2014

• An appropriate equivalent Certificate with second class or B Average• NTA Level 4

• Any other equivalent qualification e.g. ATEC II.

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Duration: 1 years

Semesters: 2

 

Module

- Elements of Business Mathematics and Statistics
- Basic Computer Applications in Business
- Basic Communication Skills
- Commercial Knowledge
- Basic Storekeeping
- Basic Book keeping

- Essentials of office Practice
- Elementary Business Finance
- Elements Of Costing
- Book keeping and Accounts

Minimum Entry Qualifications:

• Form IV (four) with at least four passes inrelevant subjects
• National Storekeeping Certificate
• Full Technician Certificate (FTC)
• NVTA Level 3
• Any other equivalent qualification.

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Duration: 1 years

Semesters: 2

 

Module

- Elements of Business Mathematics and Statistics
- Basic Computer Applications in Business
- Commercial Knowledge
- Basic Communication Skills
- Basic Book keeping

- Essentials of Office Practice
- Elementary Micro-Finance
- Elements of Banking
- Elementary Business Finance
- Book keeping and Accounts

Minimum Entry Qualifications:

• Form IV (four) with at least four passes inrelevant subjects
• National Storekeeping Certificate
• Full Technician Certificate (FTC)
• NVTA Level 3
• Any other equivalent qualification.

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Duration: 3 years

Semesters:6

Computer science is the study of principles, applications, and technologies of computing and computers. It involves the study of data, data structures and the algorithms to process them. Computer science provides skills and knowledge which are essential in a wide range of computing and computer-related professions. It has a huge impact on modern society as it is the cornerstone of all of the digital technologies that we use in our daily lives.

During this degree, you will study the techniques that underpin such areas as complex computing systems, computer graphics, computer security, web technology, mobile computing and artificial intelligence.

You will cover complex computing systems, mobile computing, and artificial intelligence. Get to grips with several programming languages including C++ and Java.

You will also develop your technical skills of programming, software design and operations. In addition, you will acquire a wide range of transferable skills that are sought after by many employers. In addition to these technical skills, we also teach transferable skills, such as team working and communication, which you will need for a rewarding career in any sector.

You’ll be taught by lecturers with expertise across a broad range of areas, with extensive experience in both academic and industrial applications, showing you how to develop and apply your skills.

There is a strong career management theme running throughout the degree, with a series of skills development opportunities for you to engage with.

Module

- Business Communication
- Applied Mathematics
- Database Systems
- Business Computer Application
- Digital Logic and Computer Organization
- Web Design

- Development Perspectives
- Probability and Statistics
- Principles of Programming
- Operating Systems Concepts
- Advanced Web Development
- Computer Fundamentals & Application

Module

- Business Laws and IT
- Research Methodology
- Database Management and Implementation
- Computer Systems Architecture
- Communication Networks
- Systems Development Methods

-Entrepreneurship
- Artificial Intelligence
- Advanced Object Oriented Programming
- Human Computer Interactions
- Practical Training Core
- Differential Equations
- Scripting Languages (Elective)
- Programming for mobile devices (Elective)
- Wireless Networking (Elective)

Module

- IT Project Management
- Network Management and Administration
- Data Structure and Algorithms
- Cryptology and Coding Theory
- Mobile Computing

- Interactive Multimedia
- Individual Project
- Open Source Software Development
- Social and Ethical Issues in Computing
- Data Mining
- Computer Security

Minimum Entry Qualifications:

  • Form VI (six) with at least two principal passes in Accountancy, Economics, Mathematics and Commerce with total points not below 3.5 obtained from the scoring: A=5, B+ = 4, B=3, C=2, D=1, E=0.5, F=0 for those who completed studies in year 2014 onwards OR
  • Form VI (six) with at least two principle passes in Accountancy, Economics, Mathematics and commerce with total points not below 3.5 obtained from the scoring: A=5, B=4, C=3, D=2, E=1, S=0.5, F= 0 for those who completed studies before year 2014 OR
  • An appropriate Ordinary Diploma with second class or average of “B” pass OR,
  • An NTA Level 6 with at least Second Class equivalent qualification in the related subjects

Duration: 3 years

Semesters:6

Computer science is the study of principles, applications, and technologies of computing and computers. It involves the study of data, data structures and the algorithms to process them. Computer science provides skills and knowledge which are essential in a wide range of computing and computer-related professions. It has a huge impact on modern society as it is the cornerstone of all of the digital technologies that we use in our daily lives.

During this degree, you will study the techniques that underpin such areas as complex computing systems, computer graphics, computer security, web technology, mobile computing and artificial intelligence.

You will cover complex computing systems, mobile computing, and artificial intelligence. Get to grips with several programming languages including C++ and Java.

You will also develop your technical skills of programming, software design and operations. In addition, you will acquire a wide range of transferable skills that are sought after by many employers. In addition to these technical skills, we also teach transferable skills, such as team working and communication, which you will need for a rewarding career in any sector.

You’ll be taught by lecturers with expertise across a broad range of areas, with extensive experience in both academic and industrial applications, showing you how to develop and apply your skills.

There is a strong career management theme running throughout the degree, with a series of skills development opportunities for you to engage with.

Module

- Business Communication
- Applied Mathematics
- Business Computer Application
- Digital Logic and Computer Organization
- Database Systems
- Web Design

- Development Perspectives
- Probability and Statistics
- Principles of Programming
- Operating Systems Concepts
- Advanced Web Development
- Computer Fundamentals & Application in Bussiness

Module

- Research Methodology
- Decision Support Systems
- Business Laws and IT
- Systems Development Methods
- Database Management and Implementation
- Object-Oriented Programming
- Communication Networks

- Human Computer Interaction
- Procurement of ICT equipment
- Statistical and Accounting Applications
- Differential Equations
- Entrepreneurship
- Practical Training
- Scripting Languages
- Wireless Networking

Module

- Mobile Computing
- IT Project Management
- Network Management and Administration
- Information Systems Security and Auditing
- E-Commerce and Technology

- Information System Strategies
- Open Source Software Development
- Mobile Commerce
- Social and Ethical Issues in Computing
- Data Mining

Minimum Entry Qualifications:

  • Form VI (six) with at least two principal passes in Accountancy, Economics, Mathematics and Commerce with total points not below 3.5 obtained from the scoring: A=5, B+ = 4, B=3, C=2, D=1, E=0.5, F=0 for those who completed studies in year 2014 onwards OR
  • Form VI (six) with at least two principle passes in Accountancy, Economics, Mathematics and commerce with total points not below 3.5 obtained from the scoring: A=5, B=4, C=3, D=2, E=1, S=0.5, F= 0 for those who completed studies before year 2014 OR
  • An appropriate Ordinary Diploma with second class or average of “B” pass OR,
  • An NTA Level 6 with at least Second Class equivalent qualification in the related subjects

Duration: 2 years Semesters: 4  

The Ordinary Diploma in Computer Science (ODCS) intends to enhance the provision of service skills that meet standards of service excellence within the field of Computer Science, Information Technology, or information Systems. Specifically, the objectives of the qualification are to:

(a) Apply mathematical and information system principles to manage business problems
(b) Develop mobile and web based applications using various Information and Communication Technology tools
(c) Develop Computer Software using current ICT technologies
(d) Apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern ICT tools to manage networked computer based systems

Module

- Introduction to management principles
- Introduction to Business Mathematics and Statistics
- Introduction to Computing Mathematics
- Introduction to Computer Hard ware
- Introduction to Electrical and Electronics

- Introduction to Financial Planning and Budgeting
- Communication Skills and Office Practice
- Computer software installation
- Introduction to computer programming
- Simple LAN technology
- Industrial Training

Module

- Introduction to Discrete Mathematics
- Principles of Network Design
- Introduction to principles of Programming
- Principles of Software Development
- Principles of Web design and management

- Supervisory Communication Skills
- Principles of Database System Design
- Discrete Mathematics
- Project Work
- Fundamentals of Software Deployment
- Server Operating System Administration

Minimum Entry Qualifications:

  • Form VI (six) with at least one principal pass in Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, Geography, Biology with total points not below 1.5 obtained from the scoring A= 5, B+ = 4, B=3, C=2, D=1, E=0.5, F=0 for those who completed studies in year 2014 onwards
  • Form VI (six) with at least one principle pass in Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, Geography, Biology with total points not below 1.5 obtained from the scoring: A=5, B=4, C= 3, D=2, E=1, S=0.5, F=0 for those
    who completed studies before year 2014
  • An appropriate equivalent Certificate with second class or B Average
  • NTA Level 4
  • Any other equivalent qualification e.g. Full Technician Certificate (FTC) with an average minimum pass of D

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Duration: 2 years

Semesters: 4

The Ordinary Diploma in Information Technology intends to enhance the provision of technical skills that meet standards of technical excellence both in private and public sectors. Specifically, the objectives of the qualification are to:
(a) Provide knowledge, skills and values needed in the information technology field;
(b) Instill necessary attitudes for understanding and operating in diverse public and private industries; and
(c) Enable graduates to demonstrate information technology intelligence within information technology operations.

 

Module

- Introduction to management principles
- Introduction to Business Mathematics and Statistics
- Introduction to Computing Mathematics
- Introduction to Computer Hard ware
- Introduction to Electrical and Electronics

- Introduction to Financial Planning and Budgeting
- Communication Skills and Office Practice
- Computer software installation
- Introduction to computer programming
- Simple LAN technology
- Industrial Training

Module

- Introduction to Discrete Mathematics
- Principles of Network Design
- Introduction to principles of Programming
- Principles of Software Development
- Principles of Web design and management

- Supervisory Communication Skills
- Principles of Database System Design
- Discrete Mathematics
- Project Work
- Fundamentals of Software Deployment
- Server Operating System Administration

Minimum Entry Qualifications:

  • Form VI (six) with at least one principal pass in Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, Geography, Biology with total points not below 1.5 obtained from the scoring A= 5, B+ = 4, B=3, C=2, D=1, E=0.5, F=0 for those who completed studies in year 2014 onwards
  • Form VI (six) with at least one principle pass in Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, Geography, Biology with total points not below 1.5 obtained from the scoring: A=5, B=4, C= 3, D=2, E=1, S=0.5, F=0 for those
    who completed studies before year 2014
  • An appropriate equivalent Certificate with second class or B Average
  • NTA Level 4
  • Any other equivalent qualification e.g. Full Technician Certificate (FTC) with an average minimum pass of D

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Duration: 2 years Semesters: 4  

The Ordinary Diploma in Computer Science (ODCS) intends to enhance the provision of service skills that meet standards of service excellence within the field of Computer Science, Information Technology, or information Systems. Specifically, the objectives of the qualification are to:

(a) Apply mathematical and information system principles to manage business problems
(b) Develop mobile and web based applications using various Information and Communication Technology tools
(c) Develop Computer Software using current ICT technologies
(d) Apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern ICT tools to manage networked computer based systems

Module

- Introduction to management principles
- Introduction to Business Mathematics and Statistics
- Introduction to Computing Mathematics
- Introduction to Computer Hard ware
- Introduction to Electrical and Electronics

- Introduction to Financial Planning and Budgeting
- Communication Skills and Office Practice
- Computer software installation
- Introduction to computer programming
- Simple LAN technology
- Industrial Training

Minimum Entry Qualifications:

  • Form VI (six) with at least one principal pass in Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, Geography, Biology with total points not below 1.5 obtained from the scoring A= 5, B+ = 4, B=3, C=2, D=1, E=0.5, F=0 for those who completed studies in year 2014 onwards
  • Form VI (six) with at least one principle pass in Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, Geography, Biology with total points not below 1.5 obtained from the scoring: A=5, B=4, C= 3, D=2, E=1, S=0.5, F=0 for those
    who completed studies before year 2014
  • An appropriate equivalent Certificate with second class or B Average
  • NTA Level 4
  • Any other equivalent qualification e.g. Full Technician Certificate (FTC) with an average minimum pass of D

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Duration: 3 years

Semesters:6

The business world needs competent practitioners who can confidently walk in the changing business landscape and quickly adapt to the business dynamics. These are well trained men and women who can define business practices, and apply them in fostering business competitiveness, growth, and sustainability, and ultimately impact socioeconomic developments. This programme provides an opportunity to interact with the best business management faculty in understanding and intertwining essential disciplines such as strategic management, marketing, entrepreneurship, accounting, finance, economics, procurement, operations management, information systems, and human resource management; and thereafter suggest the best strategies in addressing business challenges. We adopt a competency-based training approach in fulfilling your needs.

Module

- Business Computer Application
- Business Mathematics
- Business Communication
- Management Theory and Practice
- Introductory Accounting

- Development Perspectives
- Probability and Statistics
- Principles of Programming
- Operating Systems Concepts
- Advanced Web Development
- Computer Fundamentals & Application in Bussiness

Module

- Research Methodology
- Management Information System
- Marketing Research
- Consumer Behavior
- Supply Chain Management

- Operations Research
- Taxation Theory and Practice
- Entrepreneurship
- Accounting for Managers
- Practical training

Module

- Consultancy and Reporting Skills
- Human Resource Management
- Global Business Core
- Organizational Behavior
- Business Ethics

- International Marketing
- Change Management
- International Procurement
- Leadership and Governance
- Strategic Management

Minimum Entry Qualifications:

  • Form VI (six) with at least two principal passes in Accountancy, Economics, Mathematics and Commerce with total points not below 3.5 obtained from the scoring: A=5, B+ = 4, B=3, C=2, D=1, E=0.5, F=0 for those who completed studies in year 2014 onwards OR
  • Form VI (six) with at least two principle passes in Accountancy, Economics, Mathematics and commerce with total points not below 3.5 obtained from the scoring: A=5, B=4, C=3, D=2, E=1, S=0.5, F= 0 for those who completed studies before year 2014 OR
  • An appropriate Ordinary Diploma with second class or average of “B” pass OR,
  • An NTA Level 6 with at least Second Class equivalent qualification in the related subjects

Duration: 3 years

Semesters:6

There are lot of challenges faced by the business world in managing both effective procurement, and logistics processes. This programme targets individuals who are willing to acquire competencies in procurement and in developing and executing plans on the flows of goods, information, and human resources in an effective and efficient manner. This programme provides an opportunity to interact with the best procurement, and
logistics management faculty in understanding and intertwining essential disciplines such as inventory management, procurement management, physical distribution management, warehouse management, supply chain management, production and operations management, and logistics management; and thereafter suggest the best strategies in addressing procurement and logistics challenges. We adopt a competency-based training approach in fulfilling your needs.

Module

- Business Mathematics
- Business Communication
- Business Computer Applications
- Inventory Management
- Physical Distribution Management
- Procurement Management

- Economics
- Development Perspectives
- Public Administration
- Basic Corporate Finance
- Business Statistics
- Warehouse Management
- Business Laws

Module

- Principles of Cost Accounting
- Fundamentals of Marketing
- Research Methodology
- Management Information Systems
- Supply Chain Management
- Principles of Public Procurement

- Business Ethics and Governance
- Procurement of ICT Equipment
- Operations Research
- Practical Training
- Entrepreneurship

Module

- Organisational Behaviour
- International Logistics
- Transport Management
- Procurement Contracts Management

- Procurement and Supplies Auditing
- International Procurement
- Strategic Procurement Management
- Strategic Logistics Management
- Production and Operations Management

Minimum Entry Qualifications:

  • Form VI (six) with at least two principal passes in Accountancy, Economics, Mathematics and Commerce with total points not below 3.5 obtained from the scoring: A=5, B+ = 4, B=3, C=2, D=1, E=0.5, F=0 for those who completed studies in year 2014 onwards OR
  • Form VI (six) with at least two principle passes in Accountancy, Economics, Mathematics and commerce with total points not below 3.5 obtained from the scoring: A=5, B=4, C=3, D=2, E=1, S=0.5, F= 0 for those who completed studies before year 2014 OR
  • An appropriate Ordinary Diploma with second class or average of “B” pass OR,
  • An NTA Level 6 with at least Second Class equivalent qualification in the related subjects

Duration: 3 years

Semesters:6
Bachelor Degree in Banking with Apprenticeships is a programme with a wonderful opportunity for students to get into the banking industry. Apprenticeships combine on-the-job training with academic training to prepare a candidate for a specific role within a banking career and the wider industry
will achieve professional banking qualifications as required by the Tanzania Institute of Bankers (TIOB) capable of providing quality standard desired in the banking sector and its related institutions in the country and the world at large.

Minimum Entry Qualifications:

  • Form VI (six) with at least two principal passes in Accountancy, Economics, Mathematics and Commerce with total points not below 3.5 obtained from the scoring: A=5, B+ = 4, B=3, C=2, D=1, E=0.5, F=0 for those who completed studies in year 2014 onwards OR
  • Form VI (six) with at least two principle passes in Accountancy, Economics, Mathematics and commerce with total points not below 3.5 obtained from the scoring: A=5, B=4, C=3, D=2, E=1, S=0.5, F= 0 for those who completed studies before year 2014 OR
  • An appropriate Ordinary Diploma with second class or average of “B” pass OR,
  • An NTA Level 6 with at least Second Class equivalent qualification in the related subjects
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