1 MOSHI UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF CO-OPERATIVE AND BUSINESS STUDIES (MUCCoBS) A Constituent College of Sokoine University of Agriculture PROSPECTUS 0
2 ABBREVIATIONS AND ACRONYMS ACC ADB ADCA ADCM AMU BA-AF BA-BEC BA-CED BA-CMA BA-HRM BA-ME BA-MFED BA-PSM BMF BSc.-BICT CAF CAF CAS CBE CDM CED CEIC CIT CIT CLIS CMA CMF CPA CRD CSPS DBICT DCMA DCS DEMA DHRA Dip. DIT DLAS Department of Accounting. Advanced Diploma in Business Administration Advanced Diploma in Cooperative Accounting Advanced Diploma in Cooperative Astashahada ya Misingi ya Uchumi na Ushirika Bachelor of Arts in Accounting and Finance Bachelor of Arts in Business Economics Bachelor of Arts in Community Economic Development Bachelor of Arts in Cooperative and Accounting Bachelor of Arts in Human Resource Bachelor of Arts in Marketing and Entrepreneurship Bachelor of Arts in Microfinance and Enterprise Development Bachelor of Arts in Procurement and Supply Department of Banking and Finance. Bachelor of Science in Business Information and Communication Technology Certificate in Accounting and Finance Certificate in Accounting and Finance Central Admission System College of Business Education Department of Cooperative Development and management Certificate in Enterprise Development Cooperative Entrepreneurship and Innovation Centre Certificate in Information Technology Department of Information and Communication Technology Certificate in Librarianship and Information Sciences Certificate in and Accounting Certificate in Microfinance Certified Public Accountant Department of Community and Rural Development Certified Procurement and Supplies Professional Diploma in Business Information and Communication Technology Diploma in Cooperative and Accounting Directorate of Consultancy Services Diploma in Enterprises Directorate of Human Resource Development and Administration Diploma Dar-es-salaam Institute of Technology Diploma in Library and Archival Studies ii
3 DMFM DNCLA DPAC DPAD DPF DRPS ECS FBIS FCCD FC-SACCOS ICCDE IDM IFM ISS KCMC LL.B LL.M MA MA-CCD MAL MA-PSM MA-RD MBA MBM MFIs MPA MSc MU MUCCoBS PC-SACCOS PGD PGD- AF PGD -CBM PGD- CD PGD- SACCOS PGS PhD PSM RUCO SMEs Diploma in Microfinance Directorate of National Cooperative Library and Achieves Deputy Principal Academic Deputy Principal Administration Directorate of Planning, Finance and Development Directorate of Research and Postgraduate Studies Department of Economics and Statistics Faculty of Business and Information Sciences Faculty of Cooperative and Community Development Foundation Certificate in Savings and Credit Cooperative Societies Institute of Continuing Cooperative Development and Education Institute of Development and Institute of Finance Institute of Social Studies The Hague (The Netherlands) Kilimanjaro Christian Medical Centre Bachelor of Laws Masters of Laws Masters of Arts Masters of Arts in Cooperative and Community Development Department of and Law Masters of Arts in Procurement and Supply Masters of Arts in Rural Development Masters in Business Administration Masters in Business Microfinance Institutions Masters in Public Administration Masters of Science Mzumbe University Moshi University College of Cooperative and Business Studies Professional Certificate in Savings and Credit Cooperative Societies Post graduate Diploma Postgraduate Diploma in Accounting and Finance Postgraduate Diploma in Cooperative Business Postgraduate Diploma in Community Development Postgraduate Diploma in Saving and Credit Cooperative Societies Department of Postgraduate Studies Doctor of Philosophy Department of Marketing, Procurement and Supply Ruaha University College Small and Medium Enterprises iii
4 SUA T TCU Tshs UDSM UNISA US$ Sokoine University of Agriculture Tanzania Tanzania Commission for Universities Tanzanian Shillings University of Dar-es-salaam University of South Africa United States of America Dollar iv
5 TABLE OF CONTENTS ABBREVIATIONS AND ACRONYMS...ii ADDRESS AND TELEPHONE NUMBERS...xiii INSTITUTE OF CONTINUING COOPERATIVE DEVELOPMENT AND EDUCATION...xiv REGIONAL CENTRES...xiv.0 INTRODUCTION TO MUCCoBS...xiv. Vision and Mission..... Vision Statement..... Mission Statement.... Core Values....0 ADMISSION PROCEDURES...3. Introduction...3. Application Procedures Entry Qualifications Doctoral Programmes Masters Programmes Undergraduate Degree Programmes Diploma Programmes Certificate Programmes Mode of Applications Joining Instructions Registration for Programmes The Semester System Duration of Programmes Masters Programmes Postgraduate Diploma Programmes Undergraduate Degree Programmes Ordinary Diploma Programmes Certificate Programmes STUDENTS WELFARE Office of the Dean of Students Residence Postal and Banking Services Medical Services Catering Services Shopping Services Religious Services Games and Sports Students Regulations Library ACADEMIC PROGRAMMES OFFERED Faculty of Cooperative and Community Development (FCCD) Certificate Programme Diploma Programmes Undergraduate Degree Programmes...8 v
6 4..3 Post-graduate Diploma Programmes Masters Programmes Doctoral Programme Faculty of Business and Information Sciences (FBIS) Certificate Programmes Diploma Programmes Undergraduate Degree Programmes Postgraduate Diploma Programmes Institute of Continuing Cooperative Development and Education (ICCDE) Certificate Programmes Directorate of National Cooperative Library and Archives (DNCLA) Certificate Programme Diploma Programme ROGRAMME STRUCTURES Certificate Programmes Certificate in and Accounting (CMA) Certificate in Information Technology (CIT) Certificate in Accounting and Finance (CAF) Certificate in Microfinance (CMF) Certificate in Enterprise Development (CED) Astashahada ya Misingi ya Uchumi na Ushirika (AMU) Certificate in Library and Information Sciences (CLIS) Foundation Certificate in Savings and Credit Cooperative Societies (FC-SACCOS) Professional Certificate in Savings and Credit Cooperative Societies (PC-SACCOS) Diploma Programmes Diploma in Cooperative and Accounting (DCMA) Diploma in Business Information and Communication Technology (DBICT) Diploma in Enterprise (DEMA) Diploma in Library and Archival Studies (DLAS) Diploma in Microfinance (DMFM) Degree Programmes Bachelor of Arts in Accounting and Finance (BA-AF) Bachelor of Arts in Cooperative and Accounting (BA-CMA) Bachelor of Arts in Community Economic Development (BA-CED) Bachelor of Arts in Business Economics (BA-BEC) Bachelor of Art in Procurement and Supply (BA-PSM) Bachelor of Arts in Microfinance and Enterprise Development (BA-MFED) Bachelor of Arts in Human Resource (BA-HRM) Bachelor of Arts in Marketing and Entrepreneurship (BA-ME) Bachelor of Science in Business and Information and Communication Technology (BSc-BICT) Bachelor of Laws (LL.B) Postgraduate Diploma Programmes (Full Time) Postgraduate Diploma in Community Development (PDG-CD) Postgraduate Diploma in Cooperative Business (PGD-CBM) Postgraduate Diploma in Accounting and Finance (PGD-AF) Postgraduate Diploma in Savings and Credit Cooperative (PGD-SACCOS) Postgraduate Diploma (Evening Programmes) Postgraduate Diploma in Community Development (PDG-CD)...39 vi
7 5.5. Postgraduate Diploma in Cooperative Business (PGD-CBM) Postgraduate Diploma in Accounting and Finance (PGD-AF) Postgraduate Diploma in Savings and Credit Cooperative (PGD-SACCOS) Postgraduate Diploma (Distance Learning Programmes) Postgraduate Diploma in Savings and Credit Cooperative Societies (PGD-SACCOS) Masters Programmes Master of Arts in Cooperative and Community Development (MA-CCD) Master of Arts in Procurement and Supply (MA-PSM) Master of Business (MBM) Doctoral Programme Name of the Degree Programme Objectives FEES STRUCTURE Conditions Governing Payment of Fees Time of Payment Direct Student Costs Certificates Programmes Fee Structure for Tanzanian Students (Tshs) Fee Structure for Foreign Students (US$) Diploma Programmes Fee Structure for Tanzanian Students (Tshs) Fee Structure for Foreign Students (US$) Undergraduate Degree Programmes Fee Structure for Tanzanian Students (Tshs) Fee Structure for Foreign Students (US$) Postgraduate Diploma Programmes Fee Structure for Tanzanian Students (Tshs) Fee Structure for Foreign Students (US$) Fee Structure for Postgraduate Diploma Programmes -Distance and Evening Modes Masters Degree Programmes Fee Structure for Tanzanian Students (Tshs) Fee Structure for Foreign Students (US$) Direct Student Cost for Masters Programmes Doctoral Programmes Fee Structure for Tanzanian Students (Tshs) Fee Structure for Foreign Students (US$) PhD Direct Student Costs Research Funds for Postgraduate Programmes DIRECTORATES, INSTITUTE AND CENTRE Directorate of Research and Postgraduate Studies (DRPS) Department of Research Department of Documentation and Publications Department of Postgraduate Studies Directorate of Consultancy Services (DCS) Department of Tailor-Made Programmes and Short Courses Department of Consultancy Services Directorate of National Cooperative Library and Archives (DNCLA)...58 vii
8 7.3. Department of Technical Services Department of Reader Services and Circulation Department of Cooperative Documentation, Information and Serials Department of Archives Directorate of Human Resource Development and Administration Department of Human Resource Development Department of Administrative Services Department of Estates and Environment Directorate of Planning, Finance and Development (DPF) Department of Finance and Accounting Department of Final Accounts Department of Staff Salaries and Other Benefits Department of Kizumbi Campus and Regional Centers The Institute of Continuing Cooperative Development and Education (ICCDE) Department of Distance Education Department of Gender and Development Department of Extension and Outreach Programme Cooperative Entrepreneurship and Innovation Centre (CEIC) KIZUMBI CAMPUS Location Programmes Offered ACADEMIC AND SENIOR ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF...6 viii
9 THE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE EXECUTIVES PRINCIPAL Prof. Faustine K. Bee : BA (Econ.) (UDSM); MA (DS) (ISS), PhD (UNISA). DEPUTY PRINCIPAL ACADEMIC (DPAC) Mbelwa R. Muhandeni : B.A (UDSM), PGD (IFM), MSc (Stirling) DEPUTY PRINCIPAL ADMINISTRATION (DPAD) Prof. Leo N. Donge : BA, MBA (UDSM) SENIOR OFFICERS OF THE UNIVERISTY COLLEGE DEANS OF FACULTIES FACULTY OF COOPERATIVE AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT (FCCD) Dean Mbelwa R. Muhandeni : B.A (UDSM), PGD (IFM), MSc (Stirling) Deputy Dean Emrode E. Kimambo : BA.(Econ) (UDSM), MSc (Agric.Econ) Wageningen) FACULTY OF BUSINESS AND INFORMATION SCIENCES (FBIS) Dean Exaud A. Mwende (Dr.) : BSc, MSc (UDSM); PhD (Freiberg) Deputy Dean Alphonce M.A. Urio : LLB, LLM (UDSM) DIRECTORS OF DIRECTORATES AND INSTITUTE DIRECTORATE OF RESEARCH AND POSTGRADUATE STUDIES (DRPS) Acting Director Goodluck A.N. Mmari : ADLIM (Metrorology) (CBE), PGD (Odense), MBA (IDM) Deputy Director Arbogast G. Mbeiyererwa (Dr.) : PGD (Dublin), BA (UDSM), MA (RD), PhD (SUA) DIRECTORATE OF CONSULTANCY SERVICES (DCS) Director Remigius M. Tiruhungwa : Dip. (Journalism) (NSTI); BA (UDSM); MBA (Maastricht) ix
10 DIRECTORATE OF NATIONAL CO-OPERATIVE LIBRARY AND ARCHIVES (DNCLA) Ag. Director Rose N. Maro : NLAC (DSM), DLIS (Botswana); BLS (Tumaini) DIRECTORATE OF HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT AND ADMINISTRATION Director Ndayizera N. Manta : BA-Ed. (UDSM), PGD (Co-op. Mgt.) (Lough), PCDP (Moshi), MA (Coop. Mgt) (Leicester) DIRECTORATE OF PLANNING, FINANCE AND DEVELOPMENT Director Filbert B.S Kaheta : CPA(T), CSP(T); MBA(MU) INSTITUTE OF CONTINUING CO-OPERATIVE DEVELOPMENT AND EDUCATION (ICCDE) Director Margaret R. Msonganzila* : B.Com (UDSM); MA (gender & Dev.) (ISS) Deputy Director Albert.O. Mruma : ADBA (IDM), MSc.(CED) (Southern new (Humpshire) HEADS OF DEPARTMENTS DEPARTMENT OF ACCOUNTING Head Ndenengo E. Mwende : ADCA (IDM); CPA(T); MBA(UDSM) DEPARTMENT OF CO-OPERATIVE DEVELOPMENT AND MANAGEMENT Acting Head Judith N. Tairo : DMA, ADCM (Credit Co-ops) (Moshi), PGD (Denmark), MA (Leicester) DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY AND RURAL DEVELOPMENT Head Samuel M. Jonathan : Dip.(Ed)(UDSM), BA(Ed) (UDSM), MA (UEA) DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMICS AND STATISTICS Head Kitala C. Malamsha : BSc (SUA), MBA (IDM) DEPARTMENT OF MARKETING, PROCUREMENT AND SUPPLY MANAGEMENT Head Emil H. Njau : ADBA (Material), MBA (IDM) x
11 DEPARTMENT OF BANKING AND FINANCE Head Lucas D. Mataba : DMA (Moshi), B.Com, MBA (UDSM) DEPARTMENT OF INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY Head Sara N. Lema : BSc (Maths)(UDSM), MBA(UDSM), PGD(Comp. Science) (NRB) DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT AND LAW Head Neema P. Kumburu : BPA, MPA (MU) DEPARTMENT OF RESEARCH Head Haruni M.M. Kalieneza : BSc (Agric. Ext.), MSc. (Agric. Ed. & Ext) (SUA) DEPARTMENT OF POSTGRADUATE STUDIES (PS) Head Arbogast G. Mbeiyererwa (Dr.) : PGD (Dublin), BA (UDSM), MA (RD), PhD (SUA) DEPARTMENT OF DOCUMENTATION AND PUBLICATIONS (DP) Head Justinian M. Bamanyisa : Cert. (Philosophy) (Kibosho Seminary, Moshi); BA(Hons) (Geo. & Env.); MA(DS) (UDSM) DEPARTMENT OF CONSULTANCY SERVICES (CS) Head Allan L. Sethiel : B.Com (Accounting) (UDSM), CPA (T); MBA (UDSM) DEPARTMENT OF TAILORMADE PROGRAMMES AND SHORT COURSES Head Nicodemus S. Mwakilema : ADCA(Moshi); CPA (T), MBA (UDSM) DEPARTMENT OF DISTANCE EDUCATION (DE) Head Prof. Edwin H. Moshi : BA, MA (UDSM); MA (DS) (ISS) DEPARTMENT OF EXTENSION AND OUTREACH PROGRAMMES (DEO) Head Esther P. Damball : Dip. Ed, BSc (UDSM); MA (Leicester) DEPARTMENT OF GENDER AND DEVELOPMENT (GAD) Head Grace N. Maleko : BA(UDSM), CDP (Moshi); MA(Leicester) xi
12 DEPARTMENT OF TECHNICAL SERVICES (TS) Head Gladys S. Chambo : NLAC (Dar-es salaam), DLIS (Bagamoyo) DEPARTMENT OF READER SERVICES AND CIRCULATION (DRSC) Head Jaffar M. Ponera : BLIS (Makerere) DEPARTMENT OF COOPERATIVE DOCUMENTATION, INFORMATION AND SERIALS Head Rogathe E. Silayo : NLAC (DSM), DLIS (Botswana); BIS (Moi) COORDINATORS ADMISSIONS, RECORDS AND EXAMINATIONS Coordinator Legnard N. Ngailo : BSc (Agric.) (SUA), MSc (Agric. Econ.) (SUA), PGD (Project Mgt.) (Odense) Assistant Coordinator Ernest L. Hizza : BSc (URP) (UDSM), MSc (NARAM) (UDSM) QUALITY ASSURANCE Coordinator Esther N. Towo : BA, MA (Econ.) (UDSM) Assistant Coordinator George E. Matto : BSc.(Computer Science)(UDSM) DOCTORAL PROGRAMME Arbogast G. Mbeiyererwa (Dr.) : PGD (Dublin), BA (UDSM), MA (RD), PhD (SUA) MASTERS PROGRAMMES Elias E. Sanga : ADC (Moshi), MBA (IDM) POSTGRADUATE DIPLOMA PROGRAMMES Gervas M. Machimu : BA (Philosophy), Dip. (Neolingustic Programming) (Urbanian), M.A. (Rural Dev.) (SUA) UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMMES Cyrill K. Komba : BA (Env. Studies), MA(Demography) (UDSM) CO-OPERATIVE ENTERPRENEURSHIP AND INNOVATION CENTRE (CEIC) Coordinator Nicodemus S. Mwakilema : ADCA (Moshi); CPA (T), MBA (UDSM) Asst. Coordinator Neema P. Kumburu : BPA, MPA (MU) KIZUMBI CAMPUS Campus Coordinator Basil S. A. Liheta : BA, MA (Econ.) (UDSM), MSC (Agric.Econ.) (Wageningen) xii
13 ADDRESS AND TELEPHONE NUMBERS General Moshi University College of Co-operative and Business Studies Sokoine Road, P. O. Box 474, Moshi. Tel Fax Office of the Principal P. O. Box 474, Moshi. Tel Fax Office of the Deputy Principal Academic P. O. Box 474, Moshi. Tel Fax Office of Deputy Principal Administration P. O. Box 474, Moshi. Tel Fax Faculty of Cooperative and Community Development P. O. Box 474, Moshi. Tel Fax Faculty of Business and Information Sciences P. O. Box 474, Moshi. Tel Fax Institute of Continuing Cooperative Development and Education P. O. Box 309, Moshi. Tel Fax Directorate of National Cooperative Library and Achieves P. O. Box 474, Moshi. Tel Fax Directorate of Human Resource Development and Administration P. O. Box 474, Moshi. Tel Fax Directorate of Planning, Finance and Development P.O. Box 474, Moshi, Tel.: Fax: Directorate of Research and Postgraduate Studies P.O. Box 474, Moshi, Tel Fax Directorate of Consultancy Services P.O. Box 474, Moshi, Tel Fax xiii
14 INSTITUTE OF CONTINUING COOPERATIVE DEVELOPMENT AND EDUCATION Coast Region Regional Building, P.O. Box 00, DAR ES SALAAM Tel : Dodoma Area C- INADES Building, P.O. Box 67, DODOMA Tel: Fax: Mtwara Rahaleo Area, Municipal Offices, P.O. Box 565, MTWARA Tel. No: Fax REGIONAL CENTRES Mbeya Forest Area, P.O. Box 678 MBEYA Tel Fax Mwanza Balewa road, Plot No. 7, Block C, P. O. Box 463, MWANZA, Tel: Fax: Singida Mwanza Road, P.O. Box 545, SINGIDA Tel Iringa P.O. Box 683, IRINGA Titi/Sekoutoure Road, Tel: Fax: Kigoma Majengo Area, P.O. Box 55, KIGOMA. Tel: Kilimanjaro Sokoine Road P.O. Box 474 MOSHI Tel : Ruvuma P.O. Box 47 SONGEA Tel Shinyanga Tabora Road, P.O. Box 579 / 469, SHINYANGA Tel: Fax: Tabora Itetemia Road, Block I. P.O. Box, TABORA Tel: xiv
15 Tanga Ngamian Area, P.O. Box 406, TANGA. Tel:
16 .0 INTRODUCTION TO MUCCoBS Moshi University College of Cooperative and Business Studies (MUCCoBS) came into being as a result of upgrading the status of the former Cooperative College Moshi into a Constituent University College of Sokoine University of Agriculture as declared through Declaration Order No. of 004. On 8 th August, 00 the University College was granted a charter made under the Universities Act No. 7 of 005 (Cap 346 of the Tanzania Laws). MUCCoBS is located in Moshi Municipality, has a campus at Kizumbi in Shinyanga region and 3 centres that carter for all regions in Tanzania Mainland. The centres are located in Kilimanjaro, Tanga, Shinyanga, Mwanza, Dodoma, Tabora, Kigoma, Mbeya, Iringa, Ruvuma, Coast, Mtwara and Singida regions. The University College has two faculties, one institute and five directorates. The faculties are: Faculty of Cooperative and Community Development (FCCD) and Faculty of Business and Information Sciences (FBIS). The academic directorates are the Directorate of Research and Postgraduate Studies (DRPS), Directorate of Consultancy Services (DCS) and the Directorate of National Cooperative Library and Archives (DNCLA). The administrative directorates are the Directorate of Planning, Finance and Development (DPF) and the Directorate of Human Resource Development and Administration (DHRA). In addition, there is the Institute of Continuing Cooperative Development and Education (ICCDE) which is responsible for field education throughout Tanzania. The University College conducts a range of residential and distance learning programmes, tailor-made programmes, field training, research and consultancy activities. Over the years, the University College has turned out experts in cooperative development and management, accounting and auditing, procurement, marketing, finance, banking and microfinance; and community development who have managed to secure various employment opportunities in the labour market.
17 . Vision and Mission.. Vision Statement The vision of the University College is to become a key technical and professional resource centre for offering co-operative, community and business management programmes for social and economic development... Mission Statement The Moshi University College of Cooperative and Business Studies is to be the best provider of opportunities for acquisition, development, promotion, dissemination and preservation of knowledge and skills in cooperative, community, business, organizational and, entrepreneurship and any other area as may be determined by the University College through training, research and consultancy activities thus contributing to poverty alleviation initiatives and development of the associative economy.. Core Values The core values of the University College that guide in fulfilling its mission are cooperation, self confidence, self help, freedom, honesty, growth, good governance and social responsibility.
18 .0 ADMISSION PROCEDURES. Introduction Strictly there is no minimum or maximum age limit for admission to the University College for all programmes. Applications can only be considered if the University College receives satisfactory evidence that the candidate qualifies for the programmes applied for.. Application Procedures Applications for admission is made using an application form which can be obtained from University College upon payment of a prescribed fee, which currently is Tshss. 0,000 or US$ 0 for all programmes. The application forms can also be obtained from the University College Moshi and Kizumbi Campuses, regional centres or can be downloaded from the University College website (http://www.muccobs.ac.tz). The application procedures can be enquired at any time of the year but a formal call for application is usually made in February of each year for all Undergraduate and Postgraduate programmes. Applicants applying through the direct entry scheme after having completed Advanced Certificate of Secondary Education are required to apply through the Tanzania Commission for Universities (TCU) Central Admission System. For further information about the Central Admission System (CAS) applicants can visit TCU website PhD applicants are allowed to submit their applications and commence studies at any time of the year..3 Entry Qualifications.3. Doctoral Programmes Applicants for Doctoral programmes are expected to have a Masters degree or equivalent qualifications..3. Masters Programmes Applicants for Masters Degree Programmes shall hold at least a second class bachelors degree from a recognized institution of higher learning. Applicants with Postgraduate diploma in relevant field of study from recognized institutions of higher learning and those with relevant professional qualifications shall also be considered. 3
19 .3.3 Undergraduate Degree Programmes Applicants for University College Undergraduate Degree Programmes are expected to be Form Six leavers with the sum of at least 4.5 points from two principal subjects. Holders of Diploma and equivalent qualifications from recognized institutions/professional bodies shall also be considered..3.4 Diploma Programmes Applicants for University College Diploma Programmes are expected to have completed Form Six or its equivalent with at least one principal pass and two subsidiaries OR holders of at least a one year Certificate from recognized institutions or its equivalent..3.5 Certificate Programmes Applicants for the University College Certificate Programmes are expected to have completed Form Four with at least FOUR passes..3.6 FC-SACCOS and PC-SACCOS Programmes The minimum entry requirements for FC-SACCOS is Primary School Certificate while that of PC-SACCOS is Certificate of Secondary Education with at least four credit passes and a work experience of at least two years in SACCOS or community- based organizations..4 Mode of Applications Applicants for programmes offered by MUCCoBS shall apply for application forms, with a non-refundable fee of TZS 30,000/= (Tanzania Citizens) or US$ (for non-tanzanians). For further information about the application procedures contact: Office of the Deputy Principal Academic P. O. Box 474, Moshi. Tel Fax
20 .5 Joining Instructions Joining instructions are sent to all successful applicants. The Joining instructions provide all the necessary information on what is expected and required from the successful applicants before and when they come for registration..6 Registration for Programmes All newly selected candidates shall register in their respective Departments/Faculties/Institutes and Directorates for the programmes during the orientation week. No candidate shall be allowed to change names during the course of studies. In addition, no candidate shall be allowed to change a programme earlier admitted to except under special conditions. A candidate shall be registered after paying University College fees and verification of original certificates. No partial payments of University College fees shall be entertained..7 The Semester System The University College calendar runs on a semester system. Each semester consists of 8 weeks (5 weeks of teaching, one week of mid-semester break and two weeks of final examinations)..8 Duration of Programmes Doctoral programme run for a minimum period of four years..8. Masters Programmes The programmes are conducted for a period of 8 months.8. Postgraduate Diploma Programmes The postgraduate diploma programmes are conducted for a period of one academic year or 8 months for evening and distance learning respectively..8.3 Undergraduate Degree Programmes All undergraduate degree programmes are conducted for a period of three academic years.8.4 Ordinary Diploma Programmes All ordinary diploma programmes are conducted for a period of two academic years 5
21 .8.5 Certificate Programmes Certificate programmes are conducted for a period of one academic year or 8 months for distance learning 3.0 STUDENTS WELFARE 3. Office of the Dean of Students The Dean of Students, who serves as a bridge between the University College and the students democratically elected government, the Moshi University College Students Organization (MUCSO), oversees the student s welfare (personal, social and spiritual). The office is also responsible for disciplinary matters pertaining to guiding students lives in pursuit of their transformation into life long learners. Through MUCSO, the Dean helps the administration to ensure high standard of students well being during their stay at the University College in the areas listed below. 3.. Residence The University College provides accommodation to a limited number of students at Moshi and Kizumbi Campuses. Since in campus accommodation is limited, students are encouraged to stay off campus. 3.. Postal and Banking Services There is a letter box at the main entrance where letters can be posted at Moshi Campus. Collection is done daily. Letters can also be deposited at the main reception before 0:00 o clock on working days, where the postal clerk delivers the same to the post office. With regard to banking services there is 4 hours ATM services on campus and other services are located in town within a walking distance. At Kizumbi campus both banking and postal services are available in town Medical Services All University College campuses provide medical services. Cases requiring specialist attention are referred to Mawenzi, a regional hospital or to Kilimanjaro Christian Medical Centre (KCMC), a nearby national referral hospital. At Kizumbi campus cases requiring specialist attention are referred to Shinyanga Regional Hospital Catering Services All campuses render catering services at a very reasonable price. 6
22 3..5 Shopping Services There are shops within and outside the University College campus to cater for basic shopping needs Religious Services Students and staff have complete freedom of worship, with essential limits that the enjoyment of this freedom should not, in any way, prevent other members in the community from enjoying their own freedom. Facilities for all major denominations are available within a walking distance from the University College campuses Games and Sports The University College campuses have facilities for indoor and outdoor games and sports such as football, athletics, netball, table tennis, badminton, darts and squash. Full participation of students in games and sports is highly encouraged under the motto a sound mind in a sound body Students Regulations The University College s fundamental purpose is to provide a conducive environment for learning which will only be achieved if its members can work peacefully in conditions which permit freedom of thought and expression within a framework of respect for the rights of other persons. In implementing the above, there are student s regulations which address the general student welfare, conduct and disciplinary proceedings and penalties aimed at protecting the University College from actions which would damage its academic reputation. Acceptance of a place at the University College is conditional upon agreement by the student to abide with these regulations. The operations and applications of these regulations are without prejudice of the constitution and the general laws of the United Republic of Tanzania Library The main library is located at Moshi Campus and it has a sitting capacity of 00 people at a time. The library is stocked with more than 40,000 volumes of textbooks, journals and other publications. The University College procures additional reading materials periodically in order to have an update stock and to cater for newly developed programmes. There is a minilibrary at Kizumbi Campus in Shinyanga region. The library can serve 5 readers at a time. 7
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