Master Programs in Tanzania

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A masters is the first level of graduate coursework and can be obtained after you receive a bachelor’s degree. Earning a masters usually requires two years of full-time study, which amounts to 36 to 54 semester credits.

 

After earning a bachelor’s degree, many students decide to increase their experience and education by pursuing a Master. A Master may take about two years to earn, and there are programs offered in many different areas so that students can find an emphasis that works for them and their goals.

 

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Master in Community Economic Development (MCED)

The Open University Of Tanzania
Online & Campus Combined Part time 15 months September 2017 Tanzania Dar Es Salaam

The objectives of the programme are to train Community Economic Development practitioners to work in the government and communities; generate knowledge and information that will permit local leaders to make informed decisions; to encourage a high degree of local participation in making well informed economic choices; to assist in building sustainable institutions that will assure equitable sharing of the benefits of those choices and to build capacity among practitioners working in communities. [+]

Masters in Tanzania 2017. The objectives of the programme are to: Train Community Economic Development practitioners to work in the government and communities Generate knowledge and information that will permit local leaders to make informed decisions To encourage a high degree of local participation in making well informed economic choices To assist in building sustainable institutions that will assure equitable sharing of the benefits of those choices To build capacity among practitioners working in communities Intended learning outcomes Students will have the ability to: Carry out basic accounting system and practices Manage small and medium sized organizations Conduct field based research Design and implement projects Provide technical assistance to community based organizations and institutions Prepare strategic plans Have a critical understanding of development finance Build and manage social and economic development programs Develop micro enterprise support initiatives Use computer based information systems and statistical packages. Admission Requirements Candidates holding the following qualifications will be eligible for admission into the MCED Programme: An Honors degree in any social science and sciences field with working experience of at least two years in community economic development related fields OR holder of an advanced diploma from any recognized institution with second class or above. Programme Content Core Courses Course Title Credits CED 631 Principles and Practice of CED 20 CED 634 Advanced Research Methodology for Social Scientists 20 CED 632 Economics for Community Economic Development 20 CED 635 Project Design and Management for CED 20 CED 633 Organizational Management for Community Organizations 20 CED... [-]

Master of Social Work (MSW) – (Hybrid mode)

The Open University Of Tanzania
Online & Campus Combined Part time 15 months September 2017 Tanzania Dar Es Salaam

The aim of the programme is to produce social workers who are well knowledgeable, organized and professional as well as practical. They should be able to provide social work services that are necessary competent to the vulnerable sectors of the society such as children, youth, the old and most vulnerable population effectively in the community and various social settings. [+]

The aim of the programme is to produce social workers who are well knowledgeable, organized and professional as well as practical. They should be able to provide social work services that are necessary competent to the vulnerable sectors of the society such as children, youth, the old and most vulnerable population effectively in the community and various social settings. Specific Objectives Train students in Masters of Social Work Produce adequate graduates in social work so as to contribute to the national demand for highly trained social workers Organization of the MSW Programme The programme is delivered through blended mode just like other taught masters programmes in the Faculty of Arts and Social sciences. Qualifications Applicants will be required to have a first degree in Social Work with a second class score. Applicants with advanced diploma in social work are welcome to apply. Admission can also be considered for graduates in Public administration, public health, community development, psychology, medicine, gender and other relevant fields of study. Grading Grading will be 75% for the course work and 25% research. The 75% for course work will include participation in class discussion for the face to face sessions of the hybrid mode of delivery, demonstrating social work practice skills during field work, writing papers, taking tests and final examination. The dissertation research activities will involve preparing a research proposal, presenting it, collecting both primary field data and secondary data, processing and analyzing data and writing report for submission with intent on dissemination for advancing... [-]

Master in Tourism Planning and Management (MTPM)

The Open University Of Tanzania
Online & Campus Combined Part time 16 months September 2017 Tanzania Dar Es Salaam

The Masters in Tourism Planning and Management (MTPM)’s main objectives are threefold; firstly is to prepare future professionals to strategically manage and make sustainable and effective decisions in placements of high responsibility in tourism institutions; secondly is to provide future professionals with an integrated knowledge of the dynamics of tourism development, the principles of sustainable management, environmental issues, the role of cultural diversity and creativity for innovation and the governance of tourism networks the quality management of customer services; and thirdly is to train future researchers in the field of tourism management. [+]

Masters in Tanzania 2017. The Masters in Tourism Planning and Management (MTPM)’s main objectives are threefold; firstly is to prepare future professionals to strategically manage and make sustainable and effective decisions in placements of high responsibility in tourism institutions; secondly is to provide future professionals with an integrated knowledge of the dynamics of tourism development, the principles of sustainable management, environmental issues, the role of cultural diversity and creativity for innovation and the governance of tourism networks the quality management of customer services; and thirdly is to train future researchers in the field of tourism management. More importantly, the course aims to train students to view tourist activity from a global perspective, to meet the demands of an international environment and its effect on public organizations, private companies and research activity, within the parameter of sustainability. After successfully concluding the programme, students will: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding within the main field, including both an overview of the area and advanced knowledge in central terms and relationships within tourism, also including a deeper insight into current research and development fields, Demonstrate deeper methodological and scientific knowledge of Tourism Studies, Have the ability through their own work to develop the integration of knowledge to deal with complex problems and to formulate judgments based on scientific approaches, Communicate findings and the underlying knowledge to tourism specialists and professionals as well as less technical audiences - nationally and internationally. Have developed the ability to study independently to participate in advanced scientific research and development... [-]