Bachelor of Human Resource Management (BHRM) 
Programme Objective and Description

This is a three year programme for middle level professionals in human resources management. The program covers six (6) semesters of 17 weeks each. It requires candidates to successfully complete a total of sixty (60) credit points, including field project in the fifth semester of the study. The program is designed to provide job-based training to future human resource specialists to serve in both public and private sector organizations. It is a professionally tailored program to meet the growing demand for well- trained and skilled human resource managers, who can greatly contribute in helping organizations acquire, develop, motivate, and effectively utilize the most valuable organizational asset (the people) and consequently achieve intended corporate results. It also equips candidates with theoretical foundations to develop independent analysis of issues and pursue higher degree programmes successfully.

Programme Structure 

Year 1

Year 2

Year 3

Semester 1

Semester 2

Semester 1

Semester 2

Semester1

Semester 2

PUB 113

Principles of Management

LAW 105

Labour Law

PUB 217

Industrial Relations and Legislation

PUB 232

Strategic management

FIELD ATTACHMENT

PUB 323

Managing Partnerships in Public Service

         

DST 100

Development Perspectives

ECO 123

Economics Introduction to Economics

PUB 216

Organizational behaviour

PUB 226

Fundamentals of Recruitment and Selection

PUB 321

Strategic Negotiation and Mediation

LAW 101

Introduction to Administrative Law

PUB 126

Introduction to Office and Records Management

ACC 281

Basic Accounting & Financial Management

PUB 220

Social Science Research Methods

PUB 326

Human Resource ManagementInform Systems

         

QMS 100

Basic Applied Mathematics and Statistics

PUB 124

Introduction to Public Administration

PUB 224

Principles of Human Resource Management

BUS 210

Customer service management

PUB 324

Performance and Reward Management

COM 101Communication Skills in Management

PUB 129Ethics and Good Governance

PUB 228Human Resource Planning and Budgeting

PUB 212Human Resource Development

ELECTIVE

10 CP

10 CP

10 CP

10 CP

10 CP

10 CP

ELECTIVES

BUS 310: Introduction to Business Management
ECO 327: Project Planning and Management
PUB 328: International Human Resource Management

Bachelor of Public Administration (BPA) 
Programme Objective and description

This is a three-year programme in Public Service Management. The programme covers six semesters of 17 weeks each and requires candidates to successfully complete a total of 60 credit points, including field project in the fifth semester of study. The programme has taken stock of the most current developments in the field of public administration and challenges facing public service in a globalized world..

So it is designed to provide job-based training to future administrators in the public sector at various levels.. Also it is professionally tailored to meet the growing demand for well trained and skilled middle level administrators who can be instrumental in helping the public sector to sustainably achieving results in the ever changing social, economic and political environments.

Programme Structure 

Year 1

Year 2

Year 3

Semester 1

Semester 2

Semester 1

Semester 2

Semester1

Semester 2

PUB 113 Principles of Management

PUB 120 Introduction to Sociology

PUB 217 Industrial Relations and Legislation

PUB 227 Public Policy Analysis

F I E L D A T T A C H M E N T

PUB 326 Human Resource Management Information Systems

DST 100 Development Perspective

ECO 123 Introduction to Economics

ACC 285 Financial Management and Control in the Public Sector

PUB 236 Social and Economic Services Management

PUB 321 Strategic Negotiation and Mediation

LAW 101 Introduction to Administrative Law

PUB 126 Introduction to Office and Records Management

PUB 215 AppliedPublic Administration

PUB 220 Social Science Research Methods

PUB 323 Managing Partnership in Public Service

QMS 100 Basic Applied Mathematics and Statistics

PUB 124 Introduction to Public Administration

PUB 224 Principles of Human Resource Management

BUS 210 Customer Service Management

PUB 324 Performance and Reward Management

COM 101 Communication Skills in Management

PUB 129 Ethics and Good Governance

DST 201 International Relations

PUB 232 Strategic Management

ELECTIVE

10 CP

10 CP

10 CP

10 CP

10 CP

10 CP

ELECTIVES

PUB 335: NGOs in Development
ECO 327: Project Planning and Management
PUB 320: Managing Intergovernmental Relations

Bachelor of Public Administration (Records and Archives Management-BPA-RAM)
Programme Objective and Description

This is a three year programme in Public Service Management focus on Records and Archive Management, programme covers six semesters of 17 weeks each and require candidates to successfully complete a total of 60 credit point including field project in the in the fifth semester of study.

Records and archives management is considered to be a new concept which emerged in the 19th century. But this concept has gained value going pace to pace with human civilization. Records are the basis for accountability and effective delivery of services. Modern governments rely heavily upon written policies and procedures and upon written records of formal transactions. The management of recorded information is thus a cornerstone of any government‟s ability to ensure the degree of openness, accountability and integrity necessary to fulfill the government‟s basic responsibility to serve the public interest. The course


exposes students to the fundamentals of public administration but with more focus on records and archives management.

Records and Archive management is important in effective decision making but it is a fairly young field of professionalism in the Tanzania public sector. The menu is designed to offer graduates the fundamentals of public administration necessary to perform not only as a public administrator but also as records and archives administrators.

Programme Structure 

Year 1

Year 2

Year 3

Semester 1

Semester 2

Semester 1

Semester 2

Semester 1

Semester 2

PUB 113 Principles of Management

PUB 120

Introduction to sociology

ACC 285

Financial Management and Control in the Public Sector

PUB 233

Specialized Records Management

F I E L D A T T A C H M E N T

PUB 326

Human Resource Management Information Systems

DST 100

Development Perspectives

ECO 123 Economics

ICT 200 Data Management

PUB 203 Records Management II

PUB 324

Performance and Reward Management

LAW 101 Introduction to Administrative Law

PUB 126 Introduction to Office and Records Management

PUB 204 Archives Management I

PUB 205 Archive Management II

PUB 320

Managing Intergovernmental Relations

QMS 100 Basic Applied Mathematics and Statistics

PUB 124 Public Administration

PUB 202 Records Management I

PUB 220 Social Science Research Methods

PUB 338

Institutional Framework on Records and Archives Management

COM 101 Communication Skills in Management

PUB 129 Ethics and Good Governance

PUB 224 Principle of Human Resource Management

BUS 210 Customer Service Management

ELECTIVE

10 cps

10 cps

10 cps

10 cps

10 cps

10 cps

ELECTIVES

ECO 327: Project Planning and Management Strategic
PUB 321: Negotiations and Mediation
PUB 323: Managing Partnerships in Public Service

Bachelor of Local Government Management (BLGM)

Programme Objective and description

This is a three-year programme in Local Government management. The programme covers six semesters of 17 weeks each. Candidates are required to successfully complete a total of 60 credit points, including field project in the fifth semester of study.

The programme is designed to provide specialized training to future administrators in local government authorities. It is professionally tailored to meet the growing demand for well trained and skilled middle level administrators who can ably take part in helping the local government authorities to achieve their objectives in service delivery and therefore meet the expectations of the citizens as key stakeholders.

The programme is also designed to cover both the core and general functions of government officials who might work in the responsible ministry, regional government and local government in an environment where there are many key players in social, political and economic development.

Programme Structure

Year 1

Year 2

Year 3

Semester 1

Semester 2

Semester 1

Semester 2

Semester 1

Semester 2

PUB 113 Principles of Management

PUB 120 Introduction to sociology

PUB 217 Industrial Relations and Legislation

PUB 229 Principles of Local government Management

F I E L D A T T A C H M E N T

PUB 326 Human Resource Management Information Systems

DST 100 Development Perspectives

ECO 123 Introduction to Economics

ACC 285 Financial Management and Control in Public Sector

PUB 232 Strategic Management

LAW 303 Local Government Laws

LAW 101 Introduction to Administrative Law

PUB 126 Introduction to Office and Records Management

PUB 216 Organisational Behaviour

PUB 220 Social Science Research Methods

PUB 331 Rural and Urban Development Management

QMS 100 Basic Applied Mathematics and Statistics

PUB 124 Introduction to Public Administration

PUB 224 Principles of Human Resource Management

PUB 236 Social and Economic Services Management

PUB 320 Managing Inter governmental Relations

COM 101 Communication Skills in Management

PUB 129 Introduction to Ethics and Good Governance

DST 210 Community Participation in Development

BUS 210 Customer Service Management

ELECTIVE

10 CP

10 CP

10 CP

10 CP

10 CP

10 CP

ELECTIVES

PUB 323: Managing Partnerships Service
PUB 321: Strategic Negotiations and Mediation
PUB 324: Performance and Reward Management


Bachelor of Health Systems Management (BHSM) 
Programme Objective and Description

This is a three-year programme run under semester system of 17 weeks each. Candidates are required to successfully complete a total of 60 credit points, including field project in the fifth semester of study. It isdesigned to provide knowledge, skills and attitude necessary for middle level managers who want to pursue careers in the public and private health sectors health systems.. It is tailored to meet the growing demand for well trained and skilled health managers who can make significant contribution to the development of the health sector in national economies. The programme has taken on board the current development in the Public and Private Sector service provision from systems approach.

Programme Structure 

Year 1

Year 2

Year 3

Semester 1

Semester 2

Semester 1

Semester 2

Semester 1

Semester 2

PUB 113 Principles of Management

PUB 128 Health Systems Management

PUB 234 Epidemiology and Biostatistics

ACC 281 Basic Accounting and Financial Management

F I E L D A T T A C H M E N T

ECO 307 Project Planning and Management in Health

DST 100 Development Perspectives

PUB 126 Introduction to Office and Records Management

PUB 216 Organizational Behaviour

PUB 223 Health Sector Strategies

PUB 325 Methods of Health Sector Financing

LAW 101 Administrative Law

PUB 124 Introduction to Public Administration

PUB 218 Human Management for Health Systems

PUB 221 Health Systems Research

Law 103 Health care law

QMS 100 Basic Applied Mathematics and Statistics

PUB 129 Ethics and Good Governance

PUB 217 Industrial Relations and Legislation

PUB 225 Health Policy and Planning

PUB 323 Managing Partnerships in Public Service

COM 101 Communication Skills in Management

ECO 123 Introduction to Economics

ECO 206 Health Economics

PUB 243 Health Psychology

Elective

10 CP

10 CP

10 CP

10 CP

10 CP

10 CP

ELECTIVES

PUB 329: Emergencies and Disaster Management in Health
PUB 321: Strategic Negotiation and Mediation
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