1 i University of Dar es Salaam UNDERGRADUATE PROSPECTUS 2014/2015 Office of the Deputy Vice Chancellor Research and Knowledge Exchange
2 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P.O. Box Dar es Salaam - Tanzania University of Dar es Salaam, 2014 For technical reasons, the Student By-Laws could not be published in this Prospectus as required by the Charter of Incorporation of the University of Dar es Salaam [First Schedule, Part VI, Rule 33 sub-rule 3]. These Student By-Laws will be published separately and shall be regarded as forming part of this Prospectus.
3 iii TABLE OF CONTENTS V.C. s Welcoming Note... General Information A: Student Administration... B: Medical Services... C: University Library... Principal Officers of the University... The University Council... Principal Addresses... University Certificates, Diplomas and Undergraduate Degrees Offer... Undergraduate Programmes... Admission Regulations... Minimum Direct Entrance Requirements... Additional Requirements by Colleges and Schools... Regulations on Students Credit Transfer... Admission of Short-term Students... Admission of Occasional Students... Mature Age Entry Examination Scheme... General University Undergraduate Examination Regulations... Bursaries and Fees... A: CAMPUS COLLEGES COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY (CoET) Introduction... Degrees Offered by the College... College-wide Admission Requirements... Examination Regulations... Principal Addresses Courses Offered by Departments... Common Courses to all Programmes: New Curriculum, 2013/ Common Courses to all Programmes: Old Curruculum, 2012/ College Staff List... COLLEGE OF HUMANITIES (CoHU) Introduction... Undergraduate Degree Programmes... College/University-wide Course Requirements... Admission Criteria... Post-admission Change of Degree Programme... General Regulations... Examination Regulations... Course Mapping/Structure Department of Fine and Performing Arts...
4 iv Department of Foreign Languages and Linguistics... Centre for Communication Skills Studies... Department of History... Department of Archaeology and Heritage... Department of Literature... Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies... College Staff List... COLLEGE OF INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES (CoICT) Introduction... Regulations Governing the Award of a First Degree... General Regulations... College Examination Regulations... Regulations Governing Practical Training... Courses Department of Computer Science and Engineering... Department of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering... Diploma Programmes... College Staff List... COLLEGE OF NATURAL AND APPLIED SCIENCES (CoNAS) Background... Regulations Governing the Award of B.Sc. Degree... General Regulations... College Examination Regulations... Courses Department of Botany... Department of Molecular Biology and Biotechnology... Department of Chemistry... Department of Mathematics... Department of Physics... Department of Zoology and Wildlife Conservation... Department of Aquatic Sciences and Fisheries... Department of Geology... College Staff List... COLLEGE OF SOCIAL SCIENCES (CoSS) Introduction... Undergraduate Degree Programmes... College/University-wide Courses... Admission Criteria... Post-admission Change of Degree Programmes... General Regulations... Examination Regulations... Course Mapping/Structure Department of Economics... Department of Geography...
5 v Department of Political Science and Public Administration... Department of Sociology... Department of Statistics... College Staff List... B: SCHOOLS UDSM BUSINESS SCHOOL (UDBS) Introduction... Entry Requirements... Examination Regulations... Examination Regulation for Practical Project... Courses Offered... Staff List... SCHOOL OF EDUCATION (SoED) Introduction... Examination Regulations... Courses Offered... Staff List... UDSM SCHOOL OF LAW (UDSoL) Introduction... Programmes Offered... General Regulations... Courses Offered... Staff List... SCHOOL OF JOURNALISM AND MASS COMMUNICATION (SJMC) Introduction... Admission Requirements... General Regulations... Examination Regulations... Courses Offered... Staff List... C: INSTITUTES Institute of Development Studies (IDS)... Staff List... Institute of Kiswahili Studies (IKS)... Staff List... Institute of Marine Sciences (IMS)... Staff List... Institute of Resourse Assessment (IRA)... Staff List... Confucius Institute at UDSM... Staff List...
6 vi D: CONSTITUENT COLLEGES DAR ES SALAAM UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF EDUCATION (DUCE) Introduction... Degree Programmes Offered... Admission Regulations... General Minimum Regulations... Additional Faculty Requirements... Bursaries and Fees... Principal Addresses... Members of the Governing Board... Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences Introduction... Admission Requirements... Examination Regulations... Faculty of Education Introduction... Admission Requirements... Examination Regulations... Faculty of Science Itroduction... Admission Requirements... Regulations Governing the Award of B.Sc. with Education Degree... Faculty Examination Regulations... General Regulations... College Staff List... MKWAWA UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF EDUCATION (MUCE) Introduction... Principal Addresses... Members of the Governing Board... Faculty of Education... General Entry Requirements... General Regulations... Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences... General Regulations... Faculty-wide Course Requirements... Examination Regulations... Faculty of Sciences... Common Courses... General Regulations... Faculty Examination Regulations... College Staff List... College Academic Prize Sponsors... UDSM ACADEMIC PRIZES...
7 vii WELCOMING NOTE FROM THE VICE CHANCELLOR We are very pleased to welcome you to undertake tertiary studies at the University of Dar es Salaam. This Prospectus will provide you with a flavour of academic life in our various campuses, including the Mwalimu Julius K. Nyerere Mlimani Campus, Dar es Salaam University College of Education, and Mkwawa University College of Education in Iringa. A major part of the document provides you with a glimpse of courses offered in various academic units and a variety of related information. The University of Dar es Salaam is a purposeful community of students and staff who are dedicated to bringing out the best in all its members. The University is also at the interface of national and international higher education innovations and initiatives. Our aim is to provide the best possible environment for teaching, learning research and public services. We are determined to maintain and rise above our track record of success which is well known in East Africa, Africa and the rest of the world. We will continue to ensure that students gain cutting-edge, world-class knowledge in their areas of specialization. We aspire to make your stay at this University worthwhile, filled with excitement and experiences that you can treasure for a lifetime. We recognize the multifaceted nature of knowledge and that learning is not only confined to the classroom academic study. The University therefore encourages students to join and actively participate in extracurricula activities, including those organized by the Students Union, and use the available sports and recreational facilities. These include a swimming pool and a range of sports and games fields most of which were recently renovated. The University has taken all reasonable steps to make sure that the information in this Prospectus about course contents, structure, teaching facilities and staffing, are accurate and up-to-date. Students are however warned that, due to limitations of human and other necessary resources, the University cannot guarantee that all the courses featured in this Prospectus will necessarily be offered. Some courses may have to be temporarily shelved until such a time when the resource situation sufficiently improves. We hope you will find this Prospectus useful and interesting. Should you not find what you are looking for, please do not hesitate to contact the Directorate of Undergraduate Studies for further assistance. Once again, we warmly welcome you to the University of Dar es Salaam and look forward to working with you towards the achievement of your academic ambitions. Professor Rwekaza S. Mukandala VICE-CHANCELLOR October 2014
8 viii GENERAL INFORMATION A: STUDENT ADMINISTRATION The Department of Student Administration, headed by the Dean of Students, is responsible for the provision of student support services. These range from residence, games and sports, worship, student counselling and career guidance. The Dean of Students also oversees the running of the student Government and assists the Deputy Vice Chancellor -Administration in student matters. The Dar es Salaam University College of Education (DUCE) and Mkwawa University College of Education (MUCE) have their own departments of Student Administration headed by Dean of Students. Residence On campus accommodation is available on first come first served basis in the halls of residence at the beginning of the academic year. Priority is given to first year students from upcountry, students with disabilities,foreign students and last year students. Most students are encouraged to secure off- campus accommodation in University approved facilities. At present there are eight Halls of Residence: seven on the main campus and one each on the Dar essalaam University College of Education and Mkwawa University College of Education campuses. There also also residential facilities for Mlimani Main Campus and DUCE students at Kijitonyama and Ubungo Hostels. The MabiboHostel is used by students from the Mlimani Main Campus, DUCE and some other public universities and institutions of higher learning. TheUniversity Students Accommodation Bureau (USAB) is responsible for allocating rooms and collecting rent. USAB offices are located near Hall V at the main campus. Student Activities Dar es Salaam Student University Students Organization (DARUSO) is the student union which is responsible for organising student s activities and their governance. These include academic, social, outreach 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 by the Council. Current students organisations include the 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 Association (DUPSA), to mention only few. Games and Sports The University main campus has a range of sports facilities. These include an international size trackfield, a swimming pool, tennis courts, soccer pitches, netball and basketball courts, hockey and cricket fields. A well-equipped gymnasium, badminton and squash courts are also available Students can therefore participate in athletics, swimming, lawn tennis, table tennis, soccer (football), basketball, netball, hockey, badminton, cricket, handball and boxing. The Tanzania University Sports Association (TUSA) to which DARUSO is affiliated organises a variety of competitions within the country. Students also take part in the East, Central and Southern Africa Universities Sports Association (ECSAUSA) competitions, the Federation of African University Sports (FASU) competitions and the Federation of International University Sports (FISU) competitions. Catering The University offers cafeteria services to students at subsidised rates. There are two cafeterias on the main campus which have the capacity to serve the present student population.
9 ix B: MEDICAL SERVICES The University of Dar es Salaam Health Centre (UHC) provides medical and health care services to University students, University staff members, staff families and to the general public. The Centre is located within the Mwl. J. K. Nyerere Mlimani Campus.The Centre also runs dispensaries located at Mabibo students Hostels, IMS (Zanzibar) and a dispensing room at SJMC (Kijitonyama) Organization The Centre is headed by a Medical Officer in - charge, who is also the Deputy Director, Medical services at UDSM. The UHC is staffed with medical doctors, nurses and related staff and capable of meeting required demands. Complex cases are referred to major hospitals within Dar es Salaam. Services Provision UHC operates on a twenty-four hour basis. Currently the following are the services offered. Outpatient clinic, (treatment of various disease conditions); In patient services, (hospitalization); Specialized clinics in skin and STI, eye and optical services, obstetrics and gynaecology and diabetes; Counselling and Testing for HIV and providing antiretroviral drugs to people living with HIV/AIDS; Reproductive and Child Health Services; Treatment of infectious diseases such as Tuberculosis; and Health education, communication and counselling students on reproductive health. UHC is accredited to offer services to the NHIF beneficiaries. All students are required to join NHIF by filling in special forms after contributing some specified amount of money to the NHIF. Students who fulfil the above will be provided with NHIF membership cards which will be used to access treatment at the Centre and to other accredited health facilities country wide.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 Centre for treatment and further directives. All requests for recommendation to postpone examinations or studies must be accompanied by an official medical report from the attending doctor. Malaria ranks number one in all admissions; the disease is preventable and the following are some of the preventive measures: Sleeping under a treated mosquito net: Using mosquito replant spray and spraying room with insecticides: Covering exposed skin especially in the evening and at night: Using chemoprophylaxis especially for foreigners; and Early diagnosis and treatment of malaria (completing the dosage is necessary). HIV and AIDS remain one of the world s most significant public health challenges particularly in low and middle-income countries. The age group which is mostly affected is that of years of age.however, abstaining from sex, being faithful, limiting number of sexual partner to one who is not infected and consistent and correct use of condom can prevent HIV transmission. Test for HIV is free and confidentiality is highly maintained, we are all encouraged to test to know our status. C: THE UNIVERSITY LIBRARY The University of Dar es Salaam Library is an academic unit which is fully involved in teaching, research and consultancy. The primary role of the Library is to provide information services to support teaching, learning and research functions of the University. The Library has three departments namely: Reader Services, Technical Services and Research and Special Collection. Each department is headed by an academic member of staff who is answerable to the Director of the Library. The seniorstaff of the Library are involved in teaching, research and provision of consultancy services.
10 x The University Library is a national depository, which collects materials published in Tanzania and are housed in the East Africana Section. These include books, journals, research reports, government and university publications. It also includes materials on the former East African Community, the Liberation movement and SADC publications. The Collections The library has seven major sections: Arts and Social Sciences, Law, Science and Engineering, Reference, East Africana and ICT. These collections consist of books, journals and other materials in their respective subject areas, both in print and electronic. They are self-sustaining service units which provide specialized services to users undertaking research and courses in various subject areas. In addition, the Library has Information Studies Programme, which is a training wing that conducts Masters and Ph.D. programmes in Library and Information Studies. The library has a collection of about 600,000 volumes and 2,800 periodical titles of which 146 are current printed journals. It has a rich collection of manuscripts including the Cory papers, Arabic and Swahilimanuscripts, micro-materials, maps and CD-ROMs. The Library also has access to 18 full-text electronic journal databases. It is also a member of the Database of African Theses and Dissertation network (DATAD). Information Services The Library provides both print and electronic information services to its users. The services provided include: Lending Services, Document Delivery, and Internet, Selective Dissemination of Information (SDI), Current Awareness Services, photocopying and photographic services. Being a national depository library and the largest collection of research materials, its services are also extended to researchers and scholars both within and outside the country. Library Opening Hours Semesters: Monday Saturday am pm pm pm Sunday pm pm pm pm Vacation: Monday Friday am pm Saturdays am pm Sundays & Public Holidays - Closed
11 xi PRINCIPAL OFFICERS OF THE UNIVERSITY ACTING CHANCELLOR Ambassador N.A. Kuhanga, B.A, 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) CORPORATE COUNSEL AND SECRETARY TO COUNCIL Prof. P. J. Kabudi, LL.B., LL.M. (Dar), Dr.Jur. (FU Berlin) IMMEDIATE PAST VICE CHANCELLOR (On Post) Prof. M.L. Luhanga, B.Sc. (Eng.), M.Eng. (Cal Poly), PGCE (Leeds), M.Phil., Ph.D. (Columbia) DIRECTOR, POSTGRADUATE STUDIES Prof. J.R. Ikingura, B.Sc., (Dar), M.Sc., Ph.D. (Carleton) DIRECTOR, UNDERGRADUATE STUDIES Prof. A.R. Mushi, B.Sc. (Ed.) (Dar), M.M.S. (UCD, Dublin), Ph.D. (DCU, Dublin) DEAN OF STUDENTS (DoS) Dr. R. Sima, Dip. Ed., B.A. (Ed.) (Dar), M.A. (Counseling) (Keele), Ph.D. (Manchester) 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) COLLEGE OF HUMANITIES (CoHU) Principal Prof. B.B.B. Mapunda, B.A. (Dar), M.A., Ph.D. (Florida)
12 xii COLLEGE OF SOCIAL SCIENCES (CoSS) Principal Dr. 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) Ag.Principal Dr. Mwambela, B.Sc. (Eng.) (Dar), M.Sc. (Eng.) (Salford), Ph.D. (Leeds) UNIVERSITY OF DAR ES SALAAM BUSINESS SCHOOL (UDBS) Dean Dr. 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) 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) (Tokyo), 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 Prof.H. Muzale, B.A. (Ed.), M.A. (Dar), Ph.D (Memorial) Ms X. Zhang, B.A., M.A. (Zhejiang Normal University, Hangzhou)
13 xiii DR. WILBERT K. CHAGULA UNIVERSITY LIBRARY Director Dr. A.M.M. Kabudi, B.Sc. (Dar), M.A. (Lib.) (Sheffield), Ph.D. (Humboldt) CENTRE FOR VIRTUAL LEARNING (CVL) Director Dr. M.M. Kissaka, B.Sc. (Eng.) (Dar), Ph.D. (Manchester) GENDER CENTRE (GC) Director Dr.R. Mwaipopo, B.A., M.A. (Dar), Ph.D. (Cape Town) 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) 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)
14 xiv SENIOR STAFF LIST OFFICE OF THE VICE-CHANCELLOR Director, Office of the Vice-Chancellor Dr. R. Upor, B.A. (Ed.), M.A. (Dar) Ph.D. (Georgia) Internal Audit Ag.Chief Internal Auditor G. Gustav, 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 Prof. H.R.T. Muzale, B.A. (Ed.), M.A. (Dar), Ph.D. (Memorial) Public Relations Office Public Relations Officer *J. Isdory, B.A. (PRA) (Dar) OFFICE OF THE DEPUTY VICE CHANCELLOR (Academic) Directorate of Postgraduate Studies Deputy Director Dr. W.M. Charles, B.Sc. (Ed.) (Dar), M.Sc. (Zimbabwe), Ph.D. (TU, Delft, the Netherlands) Directorate of Undergraduate Studies Deputy Director Dr. P.D. Ndomba, B.Sc. (Eng.), M.Sc. (Eng), Ph.D. (Dar) OFFICE OF THE DEPUTY VICE CHANCELLOR (Administration) 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)
15 xv Acting Deputy Director (Investments) Dr. M.M. Samson, B.Sc. (Eng.), M.Sc. (Dar), Ph.D. (YNU Japan) Deputy Bursar F.R. Moshi, B.Com. (Acc.), MBA (Dar), CPA (T) Directorate of Human Resources Management Acting Director Dr. P.M. Ndomba, B.Sc. (Ed.), M.Sc. (Eng.), Ph.D. (Dar) Estates Department Estates Manager Dr. P.C. Ndumbaro, Dip. Ing. (Sofia), M.Sc. (MIT), Ph.D. (Imperial) 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 CASS) 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.) (Dar), 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) 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)
16 xvi 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) DR. WILBERT K. CHAGULA UNIVERSITY LIBRARY Associate Director Dr. E.N. Sichalwe, B.A. (Ed.), M.A. (Information Studies) (Dar), Ph.D. (Natal) CENTRE FOR CLIMATE CHANGE STUDIES Deputy Director E. T. Liwenga, Dip. Crop Prod. (Uyole), B.Sc. (Agric.) (SUA), PG Dip.MNRSA., M.Sc. (AUN), Ph.D. (Stockholm). ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF LIST OFFICE OF THE VICE-CHANCELLOR Council Secretariat Senior Administrative Officer Z. Abdallah, LL.B., MBA (Dar) Legal Officer P.E. Mselewa, LL.B, LST, (Dar) Audit Section Principal Internal Auditor G. Gustav, NAD, CPA (T) Internal Auditors H.M. Chambo, ADCA (IDM) B. Kaijage, ADA, CPA (T) Directorate of International Relations Acting Coordinator, Links and Projects S. Mossi, B.A. (Ed.), M.A. (Applied Social Psych.) (Dar) Quality Assurance Bureau Administrative Officer N.M. Wamunza, B.A. (Dar)
17 xvii Procurement Management Unit Procurement/Supplies Officers P. Kuhanga, (Dip Bus. Admin.), ADMA (CBE) CPSP (T), MBA (Mzumbe) P.M.R. Tito, NDMM (NBMM), CPSP (T), B.Com. (Dar) J. Mtenga, HDCE (South Bank, London), M.Sc. (Constr. Mgt.), (Edinburgh) B.T.M. Mbughi, FTC (DIT), ADMA (IDM), CPSP OFFICE OF THE DEPUTY VICE CHANCELLOR (Academic) Directorate of Postgraduate Studies Senior Administrative Officer G. Marandu, B.A. (PSPA) (Dar) Administrative Officers C. Chulla,B.A. [Sociology], (UDSM) M.H. Kijonjo, B.A. (PSPA) (Dar) Directorate of Undergraduate Studies Admissions Section Senior Administrative Officer V. Lyimo, B.A (Dar) Administrative Officer E.D. Chuwa, B.A. (Sociology) (Dar) Senate, Examinations and Undergraduate Programmes Section Senior Administrative Officer J.M.G. Buhenyenge, B.A (Ed.) (Dar) Administrative Officers B.F. Lugwisha B.A.(Dar) M. Magezi, B.A. (PSPA) (Dar) Master Timetable Coordinator E. Mujuni, B.Sc. (Dar), M.Sc. (Zimbabwe), Ph.D. (Dar) Assistant Master Timetable Officer M.E. Mwakatobe, B.Sc. (Comp. Sc.) (Dar) OFFICE OF THE DEPUTY VICE CHANCELLOR (Administration) Directorate of Planning and Finance Principal Planning Officer R.D.N. Toba, B.Sc. (Eng.), M.Sc. (MEM) (Dar) Senior Planning Officer A. Kitaluka, B.Stat. (Makerere), MBA (Dar)
18 xviii NORAD/NUFU Programme Cordinator Prof. S. Manya, B.Sc., M.Sc., Ph.D. (Dar) Head, Information Management Unit (IMU) C. Tarimo, B.Sc. (Eng.) (Dar), Ph.D., Ph.LM (Comp. Syst. Sci.) (Stockholm) Senior System Administrator B. Rashid, B.Sc. (Comp. Science) (Dar) System Administrator I A.M. Majaliwa, B.Sc. (Comp. Science) (KIU - Kampala) Head, External Funds Administration Unit (EFAU) Vacant Accountant, External Funds Administration Unit (EFAU) G.N. Aman, B.Com. (Accts), PD Comp. Sc. (Dar) Convocation Unit Convocation Liaison Officer D. Stephen, B.A., MBA, SPDL (Dar) Directorate of Human Resources Management Human Capital Management Information Systems (HCMIS) Section Senior Administrative Officer and Head of Section ***E. Michael, B.A., M.A. (Dar), M.A. (HR) (Westminster) T.M. Katabaro, B.A (PSPA) M.A. (PA) (Dar) Administrative Officer Vacant Recruitment and Appraisal Section Senior Administrative Officer and Head of Section A.I. Hayeshi, B.A. (Dar), M.Sc. (HRM) (Mzumbe) Senior Administrative Officers R. Ngeve, B.Com (Dar), MBA (Dodoma) Administrative Officer L. Augustino, B.A. (PSPA) (Dar) Planning Policy and Operation Section Senior AdfministrativeOfficer and head of Section S.J. Mwaiswaga, B.A., (Dar), MBA (International University - London Centre) Finance Office, Compensation and Benefits Section Head of Section A.E. Hosea, NABOCE, ATEC II, ADA (Arusha), (CPA) (T)
19 xix Principal Insurance Officer (Pensions Management) Vacant Staff Training and Development Section Administrative Officer P.P. Laswai, B.A. (Dar), M.Sc. (HRM) (Mzumbe) Health and Safety Section Senior Administrative Officer J. Lyimo, B.A. (Dar) Transport Section Transport Officer Vacant Salaries Section Accountant and Head of Section M. Mwanga, ADA, CPA (T), MBA (Dar) Revenue Section Accountant and Head of Section S.D. Kayanda, B.Com. (Acct.), MBA (Dar) Expenditure Section Accountant and Head of Section N. Kiwera, NABE I, BBC ATEC I&II, CPA (T), M.Sc. (Acct.and Finance) (Mzumbe) Inspection Section Accountant and Head of Section J. Chambua, B.Com (Acct.) (Dar), CPA (T) Budgetary Control Section Accountant and Head of Section Vacant General Ledger and Final Accounts Section Acting Accountant and Head of Section W. Luyangi, B.Com [Acc] (Dar) Insurance Section Principal Insurance Officer and Head of Section J. Damka, Ad. Dip. (Insurance) (IFM), PGD (Fin.&Mgt.) (IFM) Estates Department Deputy Estates Manager H. Jumanne, B.Sc. (Eng.), M.Sc. (Dar) Head PPU M. Mwashihava, B.Sc. (Eng.) (Dar), M.Sc. (Eng.) (U.K.), Reg. Eng. (T) Head Maintenance and Supervision Services Unit A.J. Shayo, Advc. Dip. (BE) (Ardhi)
20 xx Estates Officer F. Aloyce, Adv. Dip. (Land Mgt. & Valuation (Ardhi University), M.Sc (MEM) (Dar), RegValuer Inspectors of Works P. Asenga, B.Sc. Eng. (Dar), M.Sc. (Structural Eng.) (China), Reg. Eng. (T) M.J.Ndayeza, FTC (Civil) (Arusha Tech.), B.Sc. (BE) (Ardhi) A. Kashangaki, FTC (Building & Civil) (DIT), HND - Built Environ. With Maint. Mgt. (UK) G.C. Mkama, BS. Sc. Build. Economics (Qs) (Dar) Registered Quantity Survey F. Ngware, Project, Management B. of Arch Housing Officer A. Hussein, Adv. Dip. (BE) (ARU), PGD (Sc. Comp.) (Dar), Cert. (CISCO) (UCC- Dar) Head - Electrical (Vacant) Head - Carpentry D. Ngaile, Cert. (Carpentry), Cert. (Techn. Instructor) (USA), Cert. (Surnafil Roofing Tech) Head - Masonry S. Mayunga, FTC (Civil Eng.) Head - Plumbing C. Lyatuu, Trade Test (Chang ombe) Head, Mechanical K. Mfalila, Fomr IV, Full Technician Certificate (FTC), Mechanical Eng. (DIT) Principal Administrative Officer S.I. Mchallo, ADPA (IDM), SPGD Law (Dar), MPA (Mzumbe) Accountants M. Mahua, NAD, NABOCE (Dar), B.A. (Accountancy) (Birmingham) E.J. Kessy, Dip. in Accountancy (Dar) OFFICE OF THE DEAN OF STUDENTS Senior Assistant Dean of Students and Coordinator: Students Development and Counselling Services C.A. Swai, B.A. (Ed.), M.A. (ASP) (Dar) C. Izahaki, Cert. in Wholistic Therapeutic Counseling (HKMU), B.A. (Ed.), M.A. (ASP) (Dar) Assistant Dean of Students (Counseling Services) A. Hebron, B.Ed. (Dar), M.A. (Demography) (Dar) G.G. Luambano, Dip. in Educ. Klerru T.T.C., B.Ed. (Dar) and M.A. Ed. (Dar) Senior Assistant Dean of Students (Coordinator Students Catering, Health and Accommodation Services) J.E.M. Bukuku, Dip. inclin. Medic. MATC, (Mbeya), B.A. (Soc.), (Dar), M.A, (Demography) (Dar)
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