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The Department of Human Resource Management is among academic departments at theInstitute of Social Work (ISW).The Department cameintoexistence in 2002 when the ISW introduced courses in Human Resource Management at Certificate and Advanced Diploma levels. In 2006/2007 the ISW introduced Bachelor Degrees programs (National Technical Award Level 8) and in 2007/2008 Ordinary Diploma (National Technical Award Level 6) in Human Resources started to be offered. In the academic year 2013/2014 another two programs that is; Postgraduate Diploma in Strategic Human Resource Management and Postgraduate Diploma in Health System Management were introduced the department. Further in the year 2016/2017 the department introduced a new program in Business Administration at Certificate, Ordinary Diploma and Bachelor Degree levels.

Measurebits good track record, strengthin terms of staff, teaching,research and consultancy as well as thqualitoundergraduate anpostgraduatprograms,the department is one othleading trainers in the field of Human Resource Management in Tanzania. The department managetwo approveteachinand research units, which are Human Resource Management, anBusiness Administration. The department also has one sub-uniwhich offers Human Resource Consultancy Services.

 

Visioothe Department

The Department of Human Resource Management seektbecome a world class provider of high quality training, research and consultancy services that is responsive to societal and global needs through innovationknowledge creation and application in the areas in business studies.

 

MissioStatement

To continuously transform individual’s and community’s life by conducting high quality training programs, research and consultancy that lead to socio-economic development of the Country.

TheCore Values

Customer-centered, Excellence,SocialresponsivenessandIntegrity

HRM Motto

Knowledge foService Excellence(KSE)

CurrentPrograms Offered

At present HRM department offersasortofundergraduateandpostgraduate programs which are:

  1. Postgraduate Diploma in Heath System Management
  2. Postgraduate Diploma in Strategic Human Resource Management
  3. Bachelr Degree in Human Resource Management
  4. BachelrDegree in Business Administration
  5. Ordinary Diploma in Human Resource Management
  6.    Ordinary Diploma in Business Administration
  7. Basic Technician Certificate in Human Resource Management
  8. Basic Technician Certificate in Business Administration

   

Upcoming program

  1.  Master of Human Resource Management

StudenEnrolmentathe Department

Transformationin the labour market fueled by the need of highly educated personnel and the establishment of the Higher Education Students Loans Board by the government, students’ enrolment has increaseespecially at undergraduate levels. Studenenrolment at undergraduate levels has increasetomore thathree timefrom 2002 when thedepartment was established. On average, the annual student enrolment is about 600 (for Bachelor degree, Ordinary Diploma and Basic Technician certificate). Currently, the department has around 991 students in its all programs.

Department Facilities,Teaching anLearning Environment

The ISW owns a piece of land on Plot No. Kijitonyama amounting to 18 acres in total. The land is located along Shekilango Road, (opposite Tanzania Broadcast Corporation (TBC)). ThInstitutes physicainfrastructuriadequate to cope witthe changing departmentoperatinenvironment. The use of major teachingand learning infrastructure and facilities is coordinated at the Institute level. Thesinclude a modern library (Institute Resource Center IRC)lecture theatersseminarroomscomputerlabcommunication hubs and administration block. This makepossible for the department to share thInstitute facilitieincluding lecture theatres, seminar rooms, library, conference facilities, teaching equipment and offices. Furthermore the Institute is expanding its IRC building which will providextra office space for staff. Among othethings thbuildinwill alsprovide additional space fothe library, lecture theatre,computer laboratory and postgraduate room.

TheHRM Academic staff

The Department of HRM-academics has total o23 vastly trained academic staffTheshave graduated their studies frothe most reputable Higher learning institutions arounthworld. Further each faculty member in the department posses teaching license from the National Council for Technical Education (NACTE) which is mandatory for a teaching staff of the technical institutions.

Research and Publications

Thdepartment has a research agendwitthe maithemeincluding: (1)Social Capital development; (2)Oil and Gas Management (3) Sustainable human Resource development (4) Entrepreneurship. These are the main research avenues advised to be carried out bthe staffs and the students.

The department is one of the main contributors of articles published in the ISW journal.  Members of the departmental have published various international journals.  The department is planning to organize an international conference on social capital development in the coming academic year 2017/18 that will provides a unique international forum and an opportunitfor researchers and policymakers texchange views, sharexperiences, andisseminate research findings anpractical lessons in the areas of Business Administration, Human resource Management, Industrial Relations and Public Management and Social Work

ConsultancServicetthe Public

The HRM department possesses a good mix of academic staff who are expert in the areas of Human Resource Management, Marketing management, financial management, economics, entrepreneurship and planning. The department   is also a reliable sourcof consultancy services which are carried oufrom individual level tteams as well as in collaboratiowith both academicians and non academicians in Tanzania.

FuturProspects

Given the changes in the labor market driven by the increased demanfor efficiency and quality service at work places the department planning to vertically expand its academic programs to establishing Master degree in Human Resource Management (MHRM) in the academic year 2018/2019, Master Degree in Business Administration (MBA) in the academic year 2019/2020 and Master Degree in Monitoring and Evaluation (MME) in the academic year 2020/2021.

Appendix:HRM Staffand their Qualifications

Lecturers

Dr. Saliel J. Kanza

Dr Saliel Joseph Kanza is a lecturer and head of department of Human Resource Management (academics) at the Institute of Social Work. He holds Certificate in Education (Monduli Teachers’ Training College), B.A. (Hons) Land Use Planning (University of Dar es Salaam), Master in Business Administration (Finance) (University of Dar es Salaam) and PhD in Business Administration (University of Dar es Salaam). He is involved in teaching in the areas of financial management and Human Resource Management. He has researched mostly in the areas of financial management, sustainable development, human Resource management, entrepreneurship and health system management.

Dr. Joseph Pesa

B.A. (Hons) Education (University of Dar es Salaam), M.A. Information Studies (University of Dar es Salaam) PhD in Information Studies (University of Dar es Salaam)

Assistant Lecturers

Alphonce Magambo

Bachelor of Business Administration (St. Augustine University), MBA Finance (Mzumbe University)

Dickson Ndege

Certificate in Social Work (Institute of Social Work), Advanced Diploma in Human Resource Management (Institute of Social Work), Master’s Degree in Public Administration (Mzumbe University)

Mgema Masunga

B.Sc. Education (University of Dar es Salaam), MBA (University of Dar es Salaam)

Walihi Mang’waru

 Bsc  in Urban and Regional Planning (Hons) (University of Dar es Salaam), MBA Finance (University of Dar es Salaam).

Elizabeth S. J. Mashishanga

Advanced Diploma in Human Resources Management (Institute of Social Work), MSc. Human Resource Management (Mzumbe University)

Happy M. Mwakajila

Bachelor of Public Administration (Mzumbe University), MSc. Human Resource Management (Mzumbe University)

Nuru Kalufya

Nuru Kalufya is currently a Business Administration PhD candidate at the University of Dar es Salaam. She is strong education professional with Advanced Diploma in Public Administration (Institute of Development Management, Mzumbe) MSc. Human Resource Management (Mzumbe University) and Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) course focused in Sustainable Development Goals and Cultural Transformation from University of Bergen (UiB). Skilled in Management, Human Resources, Analysis, Planning, and Scholarly Research. Nuru lecture in areas of Human Resource Management, Organization Behavior, Employment/Industrial Relations, Performance Management, Human Resource Information System and Strategic Management. She has researched in areas of human resource management, public administration, education, health, governance, sustainable development goals and oil and gas management.

Prisca F. Kimaryo

B.A. Education (University of Arusha), Master of Public Administration (University of Dodoma)

Lucas S. Mwakajinga

B.A. Education (University of Dar Es Salaam), Master of Public Administration – Human Resource Management (Mzumbe University)

Riziki Nyello

B.Com (Hons) – Finance (University of Dar es Salaam), Master of Business Administration – Finance (The Open University of Tanzania)

Dominic Nkolimwa

Bachelor Degree in Human Resource Management (Institute of Social Work), MSc Human Resource Management (Mzumbe University)

Flora Amsi

Diploma in Teaching (Mkwawa TTC), Advanced Diploma in Human Resource Management (Institute of Social Work), MBA (Human Resource Management) (The Open University of Tanzania)

Castissima Mella Rengua

Diploma in Education (Marangu TTC), Certificate in Librarianship (SLADS - Dar es Salaam), Advanced Diploma in Public Administration (Institute of Development Management, Mzumbe), MSc in Human Resource Management (Mzumbe University)

Charles Ngirwa

Bachelor Degree in Public Administration (Mzumbe University), MSc. Human Resource Management (Mzumbe University)

Masunga John Nsolezi

Bachelor Degree in Education (Science) (University of Dar es Salaam), MSc. Human Resource

Management (Mzumbe University)

Jerry Auson Ndalanga

Bachelor of Arts with Education (University of Dar es Salaam), MSc Human Resource Management (Mzumbe University)

Lucy Michael Ng’oja

Advanced Diploma in Computer Science (Institute of Accountancy Arusha), MBA Information Technology Management (Coventry University)

Imelda J. Mville

B.A Education (Economics and Commerce- Stella Maris Mtwara University- Constitute College of St. Augustine University of Tanzania). Master of Business Administration in Finance (Stella Maris Mtwara University- Constitute College of St. Augustine University of Tanzania).

Christina Fille

Bachelor of Arts in Economics (St. Augustine University of Tanzania), Master of Arts in Economics (University of Nairobi).

Judith Msangi

Advanced Diploma in Human Resource Management (Institute of Social Work), Master of Public Administration (Mzumbe University)

Tutorial Assistant

Acquilina A. Sami

Bachelor of Business Administration (St. Augustine University of Tanzania)

DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT

Background Information on the Curriculum

The curricula for Human Resource Management academic programmes at the Institute of Social Work (ISW) are important to the students, faculty, administrative staff and other stakeholders. The programme provides information for key players in human resources and related fields of practice.  The development of human resources discipline is an important initiative needed for development of sustainable economy. Currently with the ongoing globalization, it is pertinent for the ISW to train high quality managers who will spearhead increased work efficiency and effectiveness in enhancing organizational performance. It is within this context where ISW equips its students with necessary competences to enable them play roles requiring high levels of skills, knowledge and understanding in taking responsibility for their areas of specialization. ISW’s HR curricula have adopted a Competence Based Education Training with a flexible mode of assessment.

 

LEVEL: BASIC TECHNICIAN CERTIFICATE IN HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT

Objectives of the Program

General objective

The general objective of Basic Technician Certificate in Human Resource Management (BCHRM) program is to produce qualified and competent  human resource practitioners who are prepared to take on new emerging roles in the Tanzanian modern business organizations and globally.

Specific Objectives

The specific objectives are the following:-

  1. To enable graduates to identify, integrate and apply a body of knowledge and a set of techniques in the management process.
  2. To impart a body of knowledge to students and put it into operation to help build an effective business organization that is more productive and successful.
  3. To have students acquire knowledge, skills and values that stress on effective decision-making in order to bring and maintain productivity and also improve welfare of the organization.

 Table: Summary of Modules for NTA Level 4

S/N Code Module Name Semester
      1 2
1 HRT 04101 Elements of Human Resource  Management   
2 HRT 04102 Introduction to Principles of Management  
3 HRT 04103 Introduction to Communication Skills  
4 HRT 04104 Introduction to information and Communication Technology  
5 HRT 04105 Introduction to Office Management  
6 HRT 04206 Elements of Entrepreneurship  
7 HRT 04207 Elements of Business Mathematics  
8 HRT 04208 Elements of  Development Studies  
9 HRT 04209  Field Work Practice  
10 HRT 04210  Supervisory Skill  
11 HRT 04211 Elements of Research Methods  

LEVEL: TECHNICIAN CERTIFICATE IN HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT

Objectives of the Program

General objective

The general objective of Technician Certificate in HRM program is to produce qualified and competent  human resource practitioners who are prepared to take on new emerging roles in the Tanzanian modern business organizations and globally.

Specific Objectives

The specific objectives include the following:

  1. To enable graduates to identify, integrate and apply a body of knowledge and a set of techniques in the management process.
  2. To impart a body of knowledge to students and put it into operation to help build an effective business organization that is more productive and successful.
  3. To have students acquire knowledge, skills and values that Stress on effective decision in order to bring and maintain productivity and also improve welfare of the organization.

Table: Summary of Modules for NTA Level 5

S/N Code Module Name Semester
1 2
1 HRT 05101 Fundamentals of Human Resource Functions ü   
2 HRT 05102 Fundamentals of Management Principles  ü   
3 HRT 05203 Fundamentals  of Office Management   ü 
4 HRT 05204 Elements of Performance Management   ü 
5 HRT 05205 Introduction to Entrepreneurship   ü 
6 HRT 05106 Introduction to  Principles Economics ü   
7 HRT 05207 Introduction to  Principles of  Accounting   ü 
8 HRT 05208 Introduction to Business Mathematics   ü 
9 HRT 05109 Introduction to Development Studies ü   
10 HRT 05110 Information and Communication Technology ü   
11 HRT 05211 Communication Skills   ü 

 

LEVEL: ORDINARY DIPLOMA IN HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT

Objectives of the Program

General objective

The general objective of Ordinary Diploma in HRM program is to produce qualified and competent  human resource practitioners who are prepared to take on new emerging roles in the Tanzanian modern business organizations and globally.

Specific Objectives

The specific objectives include the following:-

  1. To enable graduates to identify, integrate and apply a body of knowledge and a set of techniques in the management process.
  2. To impart a body of knowledge to students and put it into operation to help build an effective business organization that is more productive and successful.
  3. To have students acquire knowledge, skills and values that Stress on effective decision in order to bring and maintain productivity and also improve welfare of the organization.

     Summary of Modules for NTA Level 6

S/N Code Module Name Semester
      1      2
1 HRT 06101 Introduction to Human Resource Management ü   
2 HRT 06102 Introduction to Managerial Economics ü   
3 HRT 06103 Introduction to Research Methods ü   
4 HRT 06104 Introduction to Human Resource Information System ü   
5 HRT 06105 Development Studies ü   
6 HRT 06106 Introduction to Health and Safety ü   
7 HRT 06201  Field Work  Practice   ü 
8 HRT 06202 Introduction to Financial Management   ü 
9 HRT 06203 Introduction to Industrial Relations   ü 
10 HRT 06204 Introduction to Performance Management   ü 
11 HRT 06205 Introduction to Business Ethics   ü 
12 HRT 06206 Project paper   ü 

 

LEVEL: HIGHER DIPLOMA IN HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT

Objectives of the Program:

General objective

The general objective of Higher Diploma in HRM program is to produce qualified and competent  human Resource practitioners who are prepared to take on new emerging roles in the Tanzanian modern business organizations and globally.

Specific Objectives

The specific objectives are the following:-

  1. To enable graduates to identify, integrate and apply a body of knowledge and a set of techniques in the management process.
  2. To impart a body of knowledge to students who may put it into operation to help build an effective business organization that is productive and successful.
  3. To have students acquire knowledge, skills and values that stress on effective decision making in order to bring and maintain productivity and also improve welfare of the organization.

 

Table: Summary of Modules for NTA Level 7

S/N Code Module Name Semester
1 2 3 4
1 HRU 07101 Principles of  Management      
   2 HRU 07102 Principles of Human Resource Management      
3 HRU 07103 Introduction to Organisation Behaviour      
4 HRU 07104 Communication Skills      
5 HRU 07105 Information Communication Technology (ICT)                  
6 HRU 07106 Development Studies      
7 HRU 07107 Business Mathematics and statistics                  
8 HRU 07201 Industrial Relations      
9 HRU 07202 Human Resource Planning                   
10   HRU 07203 Business Ethics and Good Governance                 √    
11 HRU 07204 Business Research  Methods      
12 HRU 07205 Accounting Principles                  √    
13 HRU 07206 Principles of Economics                  
14 HRU 07301 Introduction to Entrepreneurship                
15 HRU 07302 Business Law                  
16 HRU 07303 Managerial Accounting      
17 HRU 07304 Principles of Marketing                 
18 HRU 07306 Recruitment and Selection      
19 HRU 07401 Supervisory Skills      
20 HRU 07402 Organisation Change and Development      
21 HRU 07403 Introduction to Social Protection      
22 HRU 07404 Quantitative Methods                  
23 HRU 07405 Field Work      
24 HRU 07406 Introduction to Compensation Management      

LEVEL: BACHELOR DEGREE IN HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT

Objectives of the Program

General objective

The general objective of Bachelor Degree program in HRM is to produce qualified and competent  human Resource practitioners who are prepared to take on new emerging roles in the Tanzanian modern business organizations and globally.

Specific Objectives

The specific objectives are the following:-

  1. To enable graduates to identify, integrate and apply a body of knowledge and a set of techniques in the management process.
  2. To impart a body of knowledge to students who may put it into operation to help build an effective business organization that is more productive and successful.
  3. To have students acquire knowledge, skills and values that Stress on effective decision in order to bring and maintain productivity and also improve the welfare of the organization.

Table:  Summary of Modules for NTA Level 8

S/N Code Module Name Semester
1 2
1 HRU 08101 Human Resource Information System  
2 HRU 08102 Management Decision Making Technique  
3 HRU 08103 Organization Behaviour          
4 HRU 08104 Labour Law  
5 HRU 08105 Strategic Management  
6 HRU 08109 Performance Management ü   
7 HRU 08112 Managerial Economics ü   
8 HRU 08206 Career Management  
9 HRU 08207 Human Resource Training and Development  
10 HRU 08208 Human Resource Orientation and Placement  
11 HRU 08210  International Human Resource Management  
12 HRU 08211 Human Resource Policy Development  
13 HRU 08214 Financial Management  
14 HRU 08215 Dissertation

 

 

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION PROGRAMMES

 

The need for Business Administration academic programmes is based on the findings of the Situational Analysis conducted by the Institute between May – September 2014. The findings showed various developments and changes in business needs as far as Business Administration is concerned. The findings indicated that most respondents recommended for the continuation of a competence based training on Business Administration.  The participants noted that, for the graduates to be competitive in the current labour market, they need to have business administration skills which is more practical oriented to enable them perform Business related functions in the field. Thus, most of the respondents believed that the establishment of Business Administration programmes at the ISW would improve the prospects of career developments for the ISW graduates. Hence this justifies the rationale Business Administration programmes. This curriculum supports the 2025 National Development Vision which aims at having a well-educated and learning society. It also supports the National Strategy for Growth and Reduction of Poverty (NSGRP) by teaching students on how to promote good governance and accountability.

 

BASIC TECHNICIAN CERTIFICATE PROGRAMME IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (BA)

Objectives of the Program

General objective

The general objective of Basic Technician Certificate in Business Administration (BTCBA) program is to produce qualified business administrator and  practitioners who are prepared to take basic roles in the Tanzanian modern business organizations and globally.

Specific Objectives

The specific objectives are the following:-

  1. To enable graduates to identify, integrate and apply a body of knowledge and a set of techniques in the business management process.
  2. To impart a body of knowledge to students and put it into operation to help build an effective business organization that is more productive and successful.
  3. To have students acquire knowledge, skills and values that stress on effective decision-making in order to bring and maintain productivity and also improve welfare of the organization.

Table:  Summary of Modules NTA Level 4

S/N Code Module Name Semester
      1 2
1 BAT04101 Elementary Communication Skills ü   
2 BAT04102 Basic skills in Business Development ü   
3 BAT04103 Basic Principles of Accounting ü   
4 BAT04104 Elementary Commercial Arithmetic ü   
5 BAT04105 Fundamentals of  Business Management ü   
6 BAT04106 Basic skills in  Computer Applications ü   
7 BAT04207 Essentials of  Marketing management   ü 
8 BAT04208 Fundamentals of  Human Resource Functions   ü 
9 BAT04209 Elementary Office Management   ü 
10 BAT04210 Fundamentals  of  Entrepreneurship Development   ü 
11 BAT04211 Elementary Research Methods   ü 
12 BAT04212 Elementary Principles of Management   ü 
13 BAT04213 Field Work Practice   ü 

 

 

LEVEL: TECHNICIAN CERTIFICATE IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

General objective

The general objective NTA level 5 (Technician Certificate) in BA programme is to produce qualified and competent business administration practitioners who are prepared to take on new emerging roles in the Tanzanian and globally modern business organisations.

Specific Objectives

The specific objectives include the following:

  1. To enable graduates to identify, integrate and apply a body of knowledge and a set of techniques in the management process.
  1. To impart a body of knowledge to students and put it into operation to help build an effective business organisation that is more productive and successful.
  1. To have students acquire knowledge, skills and values that stress on effective decision in order to maintain and improve productivity and welfare of the organisation.

Table: Summary of modules NTA Level 5

S/N Code Module Name Semester  
1 2  
1 BAT 05201  Introduction to Public Relation and Customer Care   ü   
2 BAT 05102 Introduction to Financial  accounting ü     
3 BAT 05203 Introduction Development studies     ü   
4 BAT 05104 Information and Communication Technology ü     
5 BAT 05105 Communication Skills ü     
6 BAT 05106 Introduction to Business Mathematics ü     
7 BAT 05207 Introduction to Principles of Management   ü   
8 BAT 05208 Introduction to Human Resource Management Functions   ü   
9 BAT 05209 Introduction to Entrepreneurship   ü   
10 BAT 05110 Introduction to business skills and development ü     
11 BAT 05211 Introduction to Business Finance  ü     
12 BAT 05212 Introduction to Field Work Principles   ü   

 

 

LEVEL: ORDINARY DIPLOMA IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (ODBA)

Objectives of the programme

General objective

The general objective of Ordinary Diploma in Business Administration programme is to produce qualified and competent business administration practitioners who are prepared to take on new emerging roles in the Tanzanian and globally modern business organisations.

Specific Objectives

The specific objectives include the following:

  1. To identify, integrate and apply a body of knowledge and a set of techniques in the management process.
  2. To gain a body of knowledge and put it into operation to help build an effective business organisation that is more productive and successful.
  3. To acquire knowledge, skills and values that stress on effective decision in order to maintain and improve productivity and welfare of the organisation.

Table: Summary of Modules for NTA Level 6

S/N Code Module Name Semester
1 2
1 BAT 06101 Introduction to Cost Accounting ü   
2 BAT 06102 Introduction to Business Law ü   
3 BAT 06103 Introduction to Research Methods ü   
4 BAT 06104 Introduction  to Production Management ü   
5 BAT 06105 Introduction to Procurement Procedures ü   
6 BAT 06106 Introduction to Business Administration Information System ü   
7 BAT 06107 Field Work  Practice ü   
8 BAT 06208 Introduction to Business Ethics   ü 
9 BAT 06209 Introduction to Principles of Economics   ü 
10 BAT 06210 Introduction to Health and safety   ü 
11 BAT 06211 Introduction to Principles of Marketing   ü 
12 BAT 06212  Introduction to Financial Management   ü 
13 BAT 06213 Project paper   ü 

 

 

LEVEL: HIGHER DIPLOMA IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

Objectives of the programme

General objective

The general objective of Higher Diploma in BA programme is to produce qualified and competent business administration practitioners who are prepared to take on new emerging roles in the Tanzanian and globally modern business organisations.

Specific Objectives

The specific objectives include the following:

  1. To identify, integrate and apply a body of knowledge and a set of techniques in the management process.
  1. To gain a body of knowledge and put it into operation to help build an effective business organisation that is more productive and successful.
  1. To acquire knowledge, skills and values that stress on effective decision in order to maintain and improve productivity and welfare of the organisation.

Table: Summary of Modules NTA Level 7

 

S/N

 

Code

 

Module Name Semester
1 2 3 4
1 BAU07101 Principles of  Accounting ü       
2 BAU07102 Business Communication ü       
3 BAU07103 Principles of Management ü       
4 BAU07104 Business Mathematics and Statistics ü       
5 BAU07105 Business Environment ü       
6 BAU07106 Information Communication & Technology ü       
7 BAU07207 Human Resource Management   ü     
8 BAU07208 Business  Management   ü     
9 BAU07209 Business Research Methods   ü     
10 BAU07210 Principles of Procurement and Supply   ü     
11 BAU07211 Principles of  Economics   ü     
12 BAU07212 Field Practical Training   ü     
13 BAU07313 Business Law     ü   
14 BAU07314 Principles of  Marketing     ü   
15 BAU07315 Corporate Governance     ü   
16 BAU07316 Entrepreneurship     ü   
17 BAU07417 Extractive Firm Management Skills       ü 
18 BAU07418 Taxation       ü 
19 BAU07419 Quantitative Methods       ü 
20 BAU07420 Operations Management       ü 
21 BAU07421 Risk Management       ü 
22 BAU07422 International Business       ü 

 

 

BACHELOR DEGREE IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

The curriculum for Bachelor Degree in Business Administration at the Institute of Social Work (ISW) is an important programme to the students, faculty, administrative staff and other stakeholders.  The programme provides information for key players in Business Administration and related fields of practice.  The development of Business Administration discipline is an important tool needed for development of sustainable economy. Currently with the ongoing globalization, it is pertinent for the ISW to train high quality managers who will spear head increased work efficiency and effectiveness in enhancing organisational performance. It is within this context where ISW equips her students with necessary competences to enable them play roles requiring high levels of skills, knowledge and understanding in taking responsibility for their areas of specialization. The curriculum has adopted a Competence Based Education Training with a flexible mode of assessment.

Objectives of the Program

General objective

The general objective of Bachelor Degree program in Business Administration is to produce qualified and competent  managers practitioners who are prepared to take on new emerging roles in the Tanzanian modern business organisation s and globally.

Specific Objectives

The specific objectives are the following:-

  1. To enable graduates to identify, integrate and apply a body of knowledge and a set of techniques in the management process.
  2. To impart a body of knowledge to students who may put it into operation to help build an effective business organisation that is more productive and successful.
  3. To have students acquire knowledge, skills and values that Stress on effective decision in order to bring and maintain productivity and also improve the welfare of the organisation.

Table: Summary of Modules NTA Level 8

S/N Code Module Name Semester
1 2
1 BAU 08101  Strategic Business Management  
2 BAU 08202 Management Control System  
3 BAU 08103 Management Information System ü   
4 BAU 08204 Organisational Behaviour   ü 
5 BAU 08205 Advanced Extraction Firm Management  

6 BAU 08106 Business Ethics ü   
7 BAU 08107 Marketing research ü   
8 BAU 08208 Project Design & Management   ü 
9 BAU 08209 Health in Business Management   ü 
10 BAU 08110 Managerial Economics ü   
11 BAU 08211 Corporate Finance   ü 
12 BAU 08112 Cost Accounting ü   
13 BAU 08213 Financial Management  
14 BAU 08214 Marketing  management and enterprise Development  
14 BAU 08215 Dissertation  

Rector,

Institute of Social Work

P.O Box 3375 Dar es Salaam

Tel. (022)2774443; Fax 2701375

Email:

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