2 i UNIVERSITY OF DAR ES SALAAM POSTGRADUATE PROSPECTUS 2013/ /2015 DIRECTORATE OF POSTGRADUATE STUDIES
3 ii Published by the Office of the Deputy Vice Chancellor Research and Knowledge Exchange University of Dar es Salaam P.O. Box Dar es Salaam - Tanzania University of Dar es Salaam, 2013 All rights reserved.
4 iii Contents General Information...viii A: Student Administration...viii B: Medical Services...x C: Dr. Wilbert Chagula University Library...xi Senior Officers of the University...xiii University of Dar es Salaam Council Members...xxvi Introduction to the University of Dar es Salaam...1 Directorate of Postgraduate Studies...2 Structure and Duration of Postgraduate Programmes...2 General Information...2 Coursework Evaluation...8 Regulations on Thesis/Dissertation Phase...9 Examination of Masters Theses/Dissertations and Degree Awards...10 Doctor of Philosophy Degree...12 Higher Doctorate Degrees...17 Occasional Students...19 Short-term Students...19 Sandwich Programmes...20 Enquiries About Postgraduate Studies...21 University of Dar es Salaam Fee Structure...22 Fee Structure for Foreign Students...23 A: CAMPUS COLLEGES COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY...26 Department of Structural and Construction Engineering...31 Postgraduate Diploma in Civil Engineering with Specialization in Structural Engineering...31 Master of Science in Construction Management...32 Master of Science in Structural Engineering...32 Department of Transportation and Geo-technical Engineering...33 Postgraduate Diploma in Civil Engineering with Specialization in Transportation Engineering...33 Master of Science in Highway Engineering...34 Department of Water Resources Engineering...35 Postgraduate Diploma in Civil Engineering with Specialization in Water Resources Engineering...35 Master of Science in Water Resources Engineering...36 Master in Integrated Water Resources Management...38
5 iv Master in Integrated Sanitation Management...40 Department of Electrical Engineering...41 Postgraduate Diploma in Electrical Power Engineering...41 Master of Science in Power Electronics and Electrical Drives...42 Master of Science in Power Systems and High Voltages...43 Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering...44 Postgraduate Diploma in Mechanical Engineering...44 Postgraduate Diploma in Engineering Management...45 Master of Science in Production Engineering...48 Master of Science in Energy Engineering...49 Master of Engineering Management (Project Management)...49 Master of Engineering Management (Industrial And Information Technology Management)...50 Master of Engineering Management (Techno-entrepreneurship)...51 Master of Science in Renewable Energy...52 Department of Chemical and Mining Engineering...54 Postgraduate Diploma in Environmental Engineering...54 Master of Science in Chemical Engineering...55 COLLEGE OF HUMANITIES...56 Introduction...56 Degree Programmes...58 Department of Fine and Performing Arts...58 Master of Arts in Fine Arts...58 Master of Arts in Theatre Arts...58 Master of Arts in Music...59 Department of History...61 Master of Arts in History...61 Master of Arts in Archaeology...62 Master of Arts in Heritage Management...62 Department of Foreign Languages and Linguistics...63 Master of Arts in Linguistics...63 Department of Literature...64 Master of Arts in Literature...65 COLLEGE OF INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES...66 Postgraduate Programmes...66 Department of Computer Science and Engineering...66 Master of Science in Health Informatics...66 Master of Science in Computer Science...67 Master of Science by Thesis...68
6 v Doctor of Philosophy...68 Department of Electronics and Telecommunications Engineering...69 Postgraduate Diploma in Electronics and Information Technology...69 Master of Science in Electronics Engineering and Information Technology...70 Master of Science in Telecommunications Engineering...71 COLLEGE OF NATURAL AND APPLIED SCIENCES...73 Postgraduate Diploma in Scientific Computing...74 Master of Scinece in Wildlife and Terrestrial Ecology...78 Master of Science in Applied Zoology...80 Master of Science in Biodiversity Conservation...81 Master of Science in Biology...82 Master of Science in Applied Botany (M.Sc. Appl. Bot.)...83 Master of Science in Physics...85 Master of Science in Mathematical Modelling...86 Master of Scinece in Mathematics...87 Master of Science in Chemistry by Thesis Only...90 Master of Science in Chemistry by Course Work and Disertation Programme...90 Master of Science with Education (Chemistry)...91 Master of Integrated Environmental Management...99 COLLEGE OF SOCIAL SCIENCES Introduction Degree Programmes Department of Economics Master of Arts in Economics Doctor of Philosophy in Economics Department of Geography Doctor of Philosophy in Geography Master of Arts in Geography and Environmental Management Master of Arts in Project Planning and Management Department of Political Science and Public Administration Master of Arts in Political Science Master of Arts in Public Administration Master of Arts in Strategic and Peace Studies Doctor of Philosophy in Political Science Doctor of Philosophy in Public Administration Library and Information Unit Department of Sociology Master of Arts in Sociology Department of Statistics...120
7 vi Master of Arts in Statistics Demographic Training Unit Master of Arts in Demography Information Studies Programme Master of Arts in Information Studies B: SCHOOLS THE UNIVERSITY OF DAR ES SALAAM BUSINESS SCHOOL Postgraduate Programmes Offered by UDBS Master of Business Administration Master of Entrepreneurship and Enterprise Development Master of International Trade Master of International Business Master of Science In International Transport and Logistics Postgraduate Diploma Programmes Offered by UDBS Postgraduate Diploma in Microfinance Postgraduate Diploma in Entrepreneurship and Enterprise Development UNIVERSITY OF DAR ES SALAAM SCHOOL OF EDUCATION Postgraduate Programmes Offered Master of Arts in Education Master of Educational Management and Administration Master of Arts in Applied Social Psychology Master of Education in Science Education Postgraduate Diploma in Education Doctor of Philosophy UNIVERSITY OF DAR ES SALAAM SCHOOL OF LAW Postgraduate Programmes Offered Postgraduate Diploma in Law Specialized Postgraduate Diploma In Law Master of Arts in Revenue Law and Administration Taught LL.M Taught LL.M in Commercial and Corporate Law Taught LL.M in Taxation Taught LL.M in Migration and Refugee Law Taught LL.M in Procedural Law and International Legal Practice Doctor of Laws SCHOOL OF JOURNALISM AND MASS COMMUNICATION Postgraduate Programmes Offered...169
8 vii Postgraduate Diploma in Mass Communication Master of Arts in Mass Communication C: INSTITUTES INSTITUTE OF DEVELOPMENT STUDIES Master of Art in Development Studies Master of Art in Development Management Master of Arts in Gender Studies Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) THE INSTITUTE OF KISWAHILI STUDIES M.A. Kiswahili by Course Work and Dissertation M.A. Kiswahili by Thesis Doctor of Philosophy in Kiswahili by Thesis INSTITUTE OF MARINE SCIENCES Postgraduate Programmes Master of Science on Marine Sciences by Coursework and Dissertation M.Sc. Marine Sciences by Thesis Doctor of Philosophy in Marine Sciences by Thesis INSTITUTE OF RESOURCE ASSESSMENT Postgraduate Programmes Offered Master of Science in Natural Resource Assessment and Management Master of Science in Climate Change and Sustainable Development Ph.D. Programme UNIVERSITY STAFF LIST...190
9 viii GENERAL INFORMATION A: STUDENT ADMINISTRATION The Department of Student Administration, headed by the Dean of Students, deals primarily with the personal and social welfare aspects of the student s life. The following facilities are provided by the office of Dean of Students: residence, games and sport, worship, student counseling in various problems and career guidance. The Dean of Students also assists the Deputy Vice Chancelor-Planning, Finance and Administration in student disciplinary matters. Residence A limited number of rooms in the halls of residence are available on application before the beginning of the academic year. Accommodation in the Halls is therefore not guaranteed for every student. Students are urged to find their own accommodation outside the Halls. At present there are six Halls of Residence on the main campus. There also residential places for students at Ubungo and Mabibo Hostels. Payment of rent is made to the University Students Accommodation Bureau (USAB) offices located near Hall V premises and through the NBC Ltd. on campus. No student will be given a room in the Halls of Residence until s/he has paid the prescribed rent. Priority for on - campus accommodation will be given to students with disabilities, foreign students, and female students from up country. Student Activities Most of the student activities are organized by DARUSO, the student union. The student organization is concerned with the students academic, political, social and recreational activities. Students are encouraged to form academic/professional organizations. They are also encouraged to form and join social organizations that have been registered. New social and academic organizations are registered with the Dean of Students office. Some outstanding student organizations at present include Dar es Salaam University Economic Association, Dar es Salaam University Marketing Association, Accounting Association of the University of Dar es Salaam, Geological Association of Students, University of Dar es Salaam Law Society, Dar es Salaam University Finance Association, International Relations Association, University of Dar es Salaam Education Students Association, International Students Association, Uganda Students Association in Tanzania, Dar es Salaam University Political Science Students Games and Sports The University main campus has some of the best sporting facilities in the country including an international size track field, a swimming pool, tennis courts, soccer pitches, netball and basketball courts, hockey and cricket fields. However, most of these facilities require intensive rehabilitation. A gymnasium where badminton, squash and weight lifting can be held is in place. Students can therefore participate in athletics, swimming, lawn tennis, table tennis, soccer (football), basketball, netball, hockey, badminton, cricket, handball and boxing.
10 ix University students, through their Student Sports Council, Tanzania University Sports Association (TUSA), can take part in sports and game competitions organized by various sports bodies, such as the East, Central and Southern Africa Universities Sports Association (ECSAUSA), the Federation of African University Sports (FASU) and the Federation of International University Sports (FISU). Religious Activities Students and staff have complete freedom of worship. At present facilities are available for Christians and Moslems. Catholics have one Chaplain appointed by the Tanzania Episcopal Conference (TEC). They have Mass every Sunday at 6.15, 7.15 and 8.15 a.m besides the daily mass at 6.00 p.m. Lutherans and other Christian denominations have a Chaplain appointed by the Christian Council of Tanzania (CCT). - Their services are held in the chapel at a.m. in Swahili. Also, they conduct Swahili services every Sunday at 7.00 a.m in Nkrumah Hall and English services at 9.00 a.m. The University Students Christian Fellowship has meetings daily from 6.30 p.m to 7.30 p.m. on Monday to Friday and from 7.00 p.m on Saturdays. Activities include Bible study, films out-reach (to other colleges) and in reach i.e. room to room witnessing for Christ. There is also a staff and students Bible study group which meets in the Chapels seminar Room at 6.00 p.m. every Tuesday. The Seventh Day Adventist meet every Saturday from 9.00 a.m to a.m. There are Confirmation Classes for CCT on Saturdays at a.m and on Wednesdays at 4.00 p.m in the Chapels Seminar Room. Baptisms and marriages are also arranged by the Chaplain, on request. Non-Catholics have Chapel Council for CCT which meets three times annually. A Joint Christian Committee (for TEC and CCT meets once a semester). A Joint Christian Chapel is situated opposite Hall No. 4 on Kilimahewa Road. It is administered by the Joint Chapel Committee composed of representatives of the TEC and CCT Councils. The University Christian Perspective which is the Christian voice on the campus is produced once a semester. This publication was initially a TEC initiative, but articles are now contributed by members of all Christian denominations. Religious articles and books are on sale every Sunday outside the Chapel before and after Mass. Articles sold include papers like Kiongozi, and Mwenge, rosaries, medals and religious books. Other books dealing with social and psychological problems that students face in their everyday lives everywhere are among items that are also sold. There are Catechism classes for children of the University staff and workers twice a week in the Chapel. Baptisms are held on request every Sunday morning after the second Mass. Marriages are also arranged by Chaplains and celebrated either in the chapel or in one of the churches in town. The Chaplains are available for counselling in the Chaplains Office, No. 15 in the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, or at the Chaplaincy, Kilimahewa House No. 4 for Catholics and Kilimahewa House No. 6 for non-catholics. The Chaplains normally visit the sick in the University Health Center. However, those who wish to see the Chaplain can request the nurse to contact him. The Muslims Students Association of the University of Dar es Salaam (MSAUD) caters for the interests of the Muslim students community on all campuses of the University. They also have a Mosque and regular prayers which are held five times every day. Friday and Idd prayers
11 x are also performed at the Mosque. Other than daily prayers, the Muslim Students Association jointly performs other activities such as coordinating fasting during the Holy Month of Ramadhan. The Association also undertakes the publication of Voice of MSAUD, organizes public functions such as Idd Baraza ( get together for welcoming freshers), public lectures on Islamic ideology, study groups on Islamic knowledge, and national seminars during vacations for Muslim students and teachers. Catering The University offers cafeteria services for all meals to students at subsidised rates. The meals are paid for at the cafeteria counters. There are three cafeterias and the number of canteens on the main campus which have the capacity to serve the present student population. B: MEDICAL SERVICES The University of Dar es Salaam owns and operates a Health Centre which provides medical and health care services mainly to University students, University staff members, staff families and to the general public. The Centre is located within the University s main campus. There is also a clinic at the Mabibo students hostels. The main campus clinic is on the right hand side as one walks along Sinza Road from the University Post Office. It is the nearest building to the swimming pool and plays grounds especially handball and lawn tennis courts. Organization The Centre is headed by a Medical Officer In-Charge who is assisted by a health administrator, matron and heads of preventive, clinical and finance and administration sections. Service Provision The Centre operates on a twenty-four hour basis. Outpatient services are offered from 8.00 a.m to 8.00 p.m on weekdays and Saturdays. Outside these hours, and on Sunday and Public Holidays, only emergency cases are handled. There are two ward wings, for male and female patients, with a 24 bed capacity. Both medical and preventive health services are offered at the University Health Centre. In order to access medical services at the health centre, students are strongly advised to obtain health insurance cover offered by the National Health Insruance Fund (NHIF) or other health insurance providers. The Office of the Dean of students may be contacted on the logistics regarding health insurance services. Procedure All fresh students are required to produce proof of their physical and mental fitness to undergo University studies. Students who report at the Centre for treatment are required to produce identity cards. All cases which can not be managed at the Centre are normally referred to Mwananyamala Municipal Hospital or Muhimbili National Hospital. Treatment outside the Health Center must have prior permission of the Medical Officer In-Charge of the University Health Center otherwise the University will not be responsible
12 xi in any way. Where a student falls sick/ill in the Hall of Residence/Hostel and is not able to walk to the Health Center/Clinic, the right thing to do is to contact a Hall Manager/Warden for further action. Students who fall sick shortly before, or during examinations, are advised to immediately report to relevant authorities in their respective departments and then to the Health Center for treatment and further directives. Apart from the general outpatient clinic, there is also a student s clinic. The clinic, in addition to the provision of clinical services, it also informs, educates, communicates and counsels students on reproductive health. This also includes provision of family planning services and treatment of sexually transmitted infections (STIs). The clinic also offers specialized back-up services to the University Youth Reproductive Health Programme. The Health Center also offers eye and optical services. Things to Note Malaria is an endemic disease in Dar es Salaam. This University is not an exception. Malaria is, however, preventable and the following are some of the preventive measures: to cover exposed skin especially in the evening, sleeping under a mosquito net (preferably a treated one) and early and complete treatment can make you safe from malaria. HIV/AIDS is a threat to the lives and welfare of Tanzanians. However, practising safe sex may prevent HIV transmission. Other conditions commonly noted among students are worm infestations, upper respiratory tract infections, skin diseases and diarrhoea diseases. Personal hygiene and environment sanitation are among the key preventive strategies. Also for a health body and mind, a balanced diet and physical exercises are recommended. Further information on health matters can be obtained from the University Health Education Programme Offices which are situated opposite the Microbiology Department and next to the Demography Training Unit. It goes without saying that ill health can impair ones academic performance. It takes a health body and mind to excel in academics and achieve academic excellence. It is very important to note that services are provided to students during term time only. Treatment during vacations is the student s own responsibility. The University is not responsible for refund of any medical costs incurred outside the Health Center. Refund is made only when the Medical Officer In-Charge has authorized treatment in other hospitals. C: DR. WILBERT CHAGULA UNIVERSITY LIBRARY The University of Dar es Salaam Main Library has three divisions: Technical Services; Reader Services and Research and Documentation. Each division is headed by an associate director. The primary role of the Library is to support teaching, learning and research through provision of quality library services to users both within and outside the country. In addition, senior library staff are involved in teaching, research and consultancy services. The University Library is a national depository Library and collects materials published in
13 xii Tanzania and on Tanzania which are housed in the East Africana Collection and include books, research reports, Government and University publications. Concerted efforts have been made to collect materials on Tanzania published outside Tanzania, which form the core of the East Africana research collection. It also includes materials on the former East African Community, the Liberation Movement and the Southern African Development and Coordinating Committee (SADCC) and SADC. Being a national depository library and the largest national collection of research materials, services are also extended to researchers and scholars both within and outside the country. The broad subject areas covered are Arts and Social Sciences, Commerce and Management, Engineering, Law, and the Physical, Biological and Marine Sciences. The collection currently comprises about 600,000 volumes of books and 2,800 periodicals titles. The Library has a rich collection of manuscripts, including the Cory papers, Arabic and Swahili manuscripts and Newspapers which are available in microfiche format, micro materials, maps, and CD-ROM (Compact disc Read Only Memory) database which can be accessed to retrieve up-to-date information published in a wide range of disciplines such as Engineering, Education, Science, etc. The Library subscribes to a variety of electronic journals and bibliographic databases and has developed local content databases. These include the Environmental and the Biodiversity Databases, Regional and Civil Society Databases, Economics, Education and Sociology, etc. Materials that are not available in the Library can be obtained from other libraries through inter-library loan arrangements or electronic document delivery services. The Library is a member of the Database of African Theses and Dissertation network (DATAD). To date the UDSM Library has contributed over six thousand records of abstracts of Thesis and Dissertations to the DATAD database. Library Opening Hours Semesters: Monday Saturday am pm pm pm Sundays pm pm pm pm Vacation: Monday Friday am pm Saturdays am pm Sundays & Public Holidays Closed.
14 xiii PRINCIPAL OFFICERS OF THE UNIVERSITY ACTING CHANCELLOR Ambassador Nicholas A. Kuhanga, B.A. (Hon), M.A., Howard University VICE CHANCELLOR Prof. R.S. Mukandala, B.A., M.A. (Dar), Ph.D., Cert. NIE (Berkeley) DEPUTY VICE CHANCELLOR (Academic) Prof. M.A.H. Maboko, B.Sc., M.Sc. (Dar), Ph.D. (ANU) DEPUTY VICE CHANCELLOR (Administration) Prof. Y.D. Mgaya, B.Sc. (Dar), M.Sc. (UBC, Vancouver), Ph.D. (UCG, Ireland) ACTING DEPUTY VICE CHANCELLOR (Research and Knowledge Exchange) Prof. F.D.A.M. Luoga, LL.B. (Dar), LL.M. (Queen s), M.I.L. (Lund), Ph.D. (Warwick) ACTING CORPORATE COUNSEL AND SECRETARY TO COUNCIL Dr. R.A. Mwaipopo, LL.B. (Dar), Dip. in Legal Studies, LL.M. (Manchester), Ph.D. (Dar) IMMEDIATE PAST VICE CHANCELLOR (On Post) Prof. M.L. Luhanga, B.Sc. (Eng.), M.Eng. (Cal Poly), PGCE (Leeds), M.Phil., Ph.D. (Columbia)
15 xiv SENIOR STAFF LIST OFFICE OF THE VICE-CHANCELLOR VICE CHANCELLOR Prof. R.S. Mukandala, B.A., M.A. (Dar), Ph.D., Cert. NIE (Berkeley) Director, Office of the Vice-Chancellor Dr. R. Upor, B.A. (Ed.), M.A. (Dar), Ph.D. (Georgia) Audit Section Chief Internal Auditor A.T. Msinjili, PGD. (Fin. Mgt.) (Delft, Netherlands), FCCA (UK), CPA (T) Directorate of International Relations Director Prof. E.W. Dungumaro, B.Sc. (Ed.), M.A. (Demography) (Dar), Ph.D. (Hitotsubashi, Tokyo) Procurement Management Unit Procurement Manager D.S. Mugassa, ADMA (IDM), CSP, CPA (T) Coordinator, University Communication and Information Dr. H.R.T. Muzale, B.A. (Ed.), M.A. (Dar), Ph.D. (Memorial) Public Relations Section Public Relations Officer J. Isdory, B.A. (PRA) (Dar) OFFICE OF THE DEPUTY VICE CHANCELLOR (Academic) Deputy Vice Chancellor (Academic) Prof. M.A.H. Maboko, B.Sc., M.Sc. (Dar), Ph.D. (ANU) Directorate of Postgraduate Studies Director Prof. J.R. Ikingura, B.Sc., (Dar), M.Sc., Ph.D. (Carleton)
16 xv Deputy Director Dr. W.M. Charles, B.Sc. (Ed.) (Dar), M.Sc. (Zimbabwe), Ph.D. (TU, Delft, The Netherlands) Directorate of Undergraduate Studies Director Prof. A.R. Mushi, B.Sc. (Ed.) (Dar), M.M.S. (UCD) Ph.D. (DCU) Deputy Director Dr. P.D. Ndomba, B.Sc. (Eng.), M.Sc. (Eng), Ph.D. (Dar) OFFICE OF THE DEPUTY VICE CHANCELLOR (Administration) Deputy Vice Chancellor (Administration) Prof. Y.D. Mgaya, B.Sc. (Dar), M.Sc. (UBC, Vancouver), Ph.D. (UCG, Ireland) Directorate of Planning and Finance Director Dr. J. King ori, B.Com. (Dar); MBA (Leuven), Ph.D. (Illinois), CPA (T) Deputy Director (Planning) Dr. R.B. Lokina, B.A., M.A. (Dar), Ph.D. (Econ.) (Gotenburg) Deputy Director (Finance)/Bursar D.M. Ngari, ADCA (IDM), PGD in Sci. Comp., MBA (Dar), CPA (T) Acting Deputy Director (Investments) Dr. M.M. Samson, B.Sc. (Eng.), M.Sc. (Dar), Ph.D. (YNU Japan) Directorate of Human Resources Management Acting Director Dr. P.M. Ndomba, B.Sc. (Ed.), M.Sc. (Eng.), Ph.D. (Dar) Bursar s Office Deputy Bursar F.R. Moshi, B.Com. (Acc.), MBA (Dar), CPA (T) Estates Department Estates Manager Dr. P.C. Ndumbaro, Dip. Ing. (Sofia), M.Sc. (MIT), Ph.D. (Imperial)
17 xvi Office of the Dean of Students Deputy Dean of Students M.A. Mung aho, Cert. (Phil.) (Bukoba), Dip. (Theol.) (Tabora), B.A. (Theol.), M.A. (Psych.), M.A. (Counselling) (Loyola, USA) Student Leaders (DARUSO) DARUSO President K. Evance, (Reg. No COSS) DARUSO Vice President B.Tusubilege, (Reg UDSoL) DARUSO Prime Minister M. Omary, (Reg UDSoED) University Students Accommodation Bureau (USAB) USAB Manager P. Mabuga, Dip Ed. (Kleruu), B.A. (Ed.), M.A. (App. Soc. Psy.) (Dar) University Health Centre Deputy Director (Medical Services) Dr. J. Msasu, MD, M.Sc. (Dar) University of Dar es Salaam Computing Centre (UCC) Managing Director Dr. U.O.L. Mbamba, B.Sc. (Eng.) (Dar), MBA (Nairobi), Licentiate of Philosophy (Umea), Ph.D. (Dar) Dar es Salaam University Press (DUP) Managing Director A. Kanuya, B.A. (Dar), M.A. (Journ.) (Mississippi) OFFICE OF THE DEPUTY VICE CHANCELLOR (Research and Knowledge Exchange) Acting Deputy Vice Chancellor (Research And Knowledge Exchange) Prof. F.D.A.M. Luoga, LL.B. (Dar), LL.M. (Queen s), M.I.L. (Lund), Ph.D. (Warwick) Directorate of Research Director Prof. R.Y.M. Kangalawe, Dip. Crop Prod. (Uyole), B.Sc. (Agric.) (SUA), Pg. Dip. MNRSA, M.Sc. (AUN), Ph.D. (Stockholm)
18 xvii Intellectual Property Manager Dr. S.J. Mwakaje, LL.B., LL.M. (Dar), LL.M. in Intellectual Property (Franklin Pierce), Ph.D. (Dar) Directorate of Knowledge Exchange Director Prof. E. Elisante, B.Sc. (Eng.) (Dar), M.Sc. (Eng.) (Arizona), Ph.D. (Tohoku) Coordinator, UDSM Entrepreneurship Centre Dr. L.L. Melyoki, B.Com. (Dar), MBA, Ph.D. (Twente), CPA (T) Coordinator, University Consultancy Bureau Dr. A.N. Towo, B.Sc. (Eng) (Dar), M.Sc. (Urbun), Ph.D. (Bath) Coordinator, Continuing Education Dr. K. Katunzi-Mollel, Dip. Ed. (Marangu), B.A., M.A. (Inf. Studies), Ph.D. (Dar) PRINCIPALS, DEANS AND DIRECTORS OF COLLEGES, SCHOOLS AND INSTITUTES DAR ES SALAAM UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF EDUCATION (DUCE) Principal Prof. D.A. Mfinanga, B.Sc. (Eng.) (Dar), M.Sc. (Miyazaki), Ph.D. (Kyushu) MKWAWA UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF EDUCATION (MUCE) Principal Prof. B. Killian, B.A., M.A. (Dar), Ph.D. (UCLA) COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY (CoET) Principal Prof. C.Z.M. Kimambo, B.Sc. (Eng.) (Dar), M.Sc. (Eng.) (Reading), Ph.D. (City Univ. London)
19 xviii COLLEGE OF HUMANITIES (CoHU) Principal Prof. B.B.B. Mapunda, B.A. (Dar), M.A., Ph.D. (Florida) COLLEGE OF SOCIAL SCIENCES (CoSS) Principal Prof. G. Kahyarara, Cert. in Econ. (Gothenburg), B.A. (Econ.), M.A. (Econ.) (Dar), M.Phil. (Econ.), Ph.D. (Econ) (Oxford) COLLEGE OF NATURAL AND APPLIED SCIENCES (CoNAS) Principal Dr. G. Nkwengulila, B.Sc. (Dar), M.Sc., Ph.D. (Liverpool) COLLEGE OF INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES (CoICT) Principal Dr. Mwambelea, B.Sc. (Eng.) (Dar), M.Sc. (Eng.) (Salford), Ph.D. (Leeds) UNIVERSITY OF DAR ES SALAAM BUSINESS SCHOOL (UDBS) Dean Prof. W. Anderson, B.Com., MBA (Dar), MTEE, Ph.D. (Balearics, Spain) SCHOOL OF EDUCATION (SoED) Dean Dr. H.A. Dachi, B.A. (Ed.) M.A. (Dar), Ph.D. (Bristol) UNIVERSITY OF DAR ES SALAAM SCHOOL OF LAW (UDSoL) Dean Prof. B.S. Rutinwa, LL.B. (Dar), LL.M. (Queen s), BCL, Ph.D. (Oxford) SCHOOL OF JOURNALISM AND MASS COMMUNICATION (SJMC) Dean Dr. H.F. Makoye, B.A., M.A. (Dar), Ph.D. (Univ. of Ghana, Legon) INSTITUTE OF DEVELOPMENT STUDIES (IDS) Director Dr. A.A. Komba, B.Sc. (Eng.) (India), M.A. (Dar), Ph.D. (George Washington University)
20 xix INSTITUTE OF KISWAHILI STUDIES (IKS) Director Dr. E.S. Mosha, B.A.(Ed), M.A. (Dar), Ph.D. (Waikato, New Zealand) INSTITUTE OF MARINE SCIENCES (IMS) Director Prof. D.C.P. Masalu, B.Sc. (Geol.) (Dar), B.Sc. (Comp. Sc.) (AICS), M.Sc. (Geophysics), D.Sc. (Tokyo) INSTITUTE OF RESOURCE ASSESSMENT (IRA) Director Prof. A.E. Majule, B.Sc. (Agric.) (SUA), Ph.D. (Reading) CONFUCIUS INSTITUTE (CI) AT UDSM Directors H. Muzale, B.A. (Ed.), M.A. (Dar), Ph.D (Memorial) Ms X. Zhang, B.A., M.A. (Zhejiang Normal University, Hangzhou) DR. WILBERT K. CHAGULA UNIVERSITY LIBRARY Director Dr. A.M.M. Kabudi, B.Sc. (Dar), M.A. (Lib.) (Sheffield), Ph.D. (Humboldt) Associate Director Dr. E.N. Sichalwe, B.A. (Ed.), M.A. (Information Studies) (Dar), Ph.D. (Natal) CENTRE FOR VIRTUAL LEARNING (CVL) Director Dr. M.M. Kissaka, B.Sc. (Eng.) (Dar), Ph.D. (Manchester) Deputy Director E. T. Liwenga, Dip. Crop Prod. (Uyole), B.Sc. (Agric.) (SUA), PG Dip. MNRSA., M.Sc. (AUN), Ph.D. (Stockholm). GENDER CENTRE (GC) Director Dr. R. Mwaipopo, B.A., M.A. (Dar), Ph.D. (Cape Town)
21 xx CENTRE FOR COMMUNICATION SKILLS (CCS) Director Dr. A.M. Kibogoya, B.A. (Ed.) (Dar), M.A., Ph.D. (Lancaster) CENTRE FOR EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT (CERPD) Director Dr. M. Vuzo, B.A. (Ed.) (Dar), M.A., Ph.D. (Oslo) CENTRE FOR FORCED MIGRATION STUDIES (CFMS) Director Prof. B.S. Rutinwa, LL.B. (Dar), LL.M. (Queen s), BCL, Ph.D. (Oxford) CENTRE FOR CLIMATE CHANGE STUDIES (CCCS) Director Prof. P.Z. Yanda, B.Sc. (Geol.) (Dar), Dip. MNRSA, M.Sc. (AUN), Ph.D. (Stockholm) TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT AND TRANSFER CENTRE (TDTC) Manager Dr. L.I. Raphael, B.Sc. (Eng.) (Dar), M.Sc. (Texas A & M), Ph.D. (Saskatchewan) CENTRE FOR POPULATION STUDIES AND RESEARCH (CPSR) Coordinator Dr. J. Kweka, B.A., M.A. (Dar), Ph.D. (London) QUALITY ASSURANCE BUREAU (QAB) Director Dr. M.I. Mgwatu, B.Sc. (Eng.) (Dar), M.A.Sc (Eng.) (Ottawa), Ph.D. (Dar) Deputy Director Dr. C. Noe, B.A., M.A., Ph.D. (Dar) Ph.D. (Capetown) BUREAU FOR INDUSTRIAL CO-OPERATION (BICO) Manager Dr. N.G. Nalitolela, B.Sc. (Eng.) (Dar), M.Sc. (Eng.) (New Castle Upon Tyne), Ph.D. (Aston)