The Masters programme in International Cooperation and Development (MICD) is a three trimester’s programme that benefits from the experience of a high qualified team of lecturers who are specialized in various areas of international cooperation and Development such as Development Aid, International and Development Economics, Political Science, International Security and International Law. The programme is highly motivating for those who intend to work either in NGOs or enterprises with international activities or in the framework of multilateral institutions.
Educational Aims of the Programme
The objectives of the programme are:
- To instill current and future international practitioners with the best working tools in this sovereignty-sensitive international community;
- To generate knowledge, information and analytical capacity on international affairs that will permit international practitioner to make informed decisionsboth at home and abroad;
- To implant actors with an ability to act as change agents and manipulator of various foreign affairs, and encourage a high degree of international participation in making well informed political, social and economic choices;
- To assist in reaching out sustainable international agreements that will ensure equitable sharing of the benefits of global resources; and
- To build capacity among candidates on how to deal with controversies of cross-border nature, and minimize the possibilities of conflicts and war; hence stabilized international peace and security.
Candidates holding the following qualifications are eligible for admission into the MICD Programme:
- An Honors degree in any field of study.
- An advanced diploma from any recognized institution with second class or above with working experience of at least two years in community economic development related fields.
Master of Arts is an 18 –month, 18 units (180 TCU credits) programme. Each student is required to undertake five (5) core courses and at least one (1) elective course. The programme is offered through a cycle of three trimesters. Each trimester is composed of two courses with six parts each to be covered in twelve weeks. The course undertaking in a trimester depends on the teaching timetable, but students are advised to start doing their research works in the secondtrimester during which the Advanced Research Methodology course is taught, and have another four months to work on a dissertation.
|OIR 601 International Cooperation and Development Policies||2||Core|
|OIR 602 International Politics and Security||2||Elective|
|OPS 603 Advanced Research Methodology||2||Core|
|OIR 604 African International Relations and Diplomacy||2||Core|
|OIR 603 International Political Economy||2||Core|
|OIR 605 Public International Law||2||Core|
|OPS 601 Advanced Political Theory||2||Elective|
|OPS 699 Methodology and Masters Dissertation||6||Core|
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Cost & Fees
Non Tuition Fees
|DESCRIPTION||LOCALS (TSH)||EAC/SADC(USD)||NON SADC/EAC (USD)|
|Student Organization fee (paid annually)||20,000||20||20|
|Quality assurance fee (paid annually)||20,000||20||40|
|Coursework Examination fee per paper||20,000||40||60|
|Mode Of Delivery||LOCALS (TSH)||EAC/SADC (USD)||NON EAC/SADC (USD)|
|ITEM||LOCALS (TSH)||FOREIGN STUDENTS(USD)|
|Research/Field Costs & Consultations||1,500,000||1,000|
Last updated September 28, 2017