The MBA degree Programme seeks to equip students with skills, techniques and understanding of the administration of public, and private enterprises. The programme admits every student who has the background in business administration as well as those whose backgrounds are in other disciplines.
This is a one-year programme divided into two semesters with two blocks each. Over the years, the then Nyegezi Social Training Institute and many other similar institutions in the country have offered Diplomas in Accountancy, Materials Management, and other related business diplomas. These courses targeted middle and senior cadres of personnel who will fit in the various sectors for the economy in their role as accountants, supplies officers, and financial managers.
The Master of Arts Degree in Mass Communications aims at producing candidates capable of integrating advanced media theory and research techniques in their professional lives and work. The program is tailored to produce candidates imbued with an entrepreneurial spirit capable of creative solutions in the current tight labour market in terms of generating self-employment opportunities.
This one-year programme of Postgraduate Diploma in Mass Communication is meant to be a remedial program for candidates with Diplomas, Advanced Diplomas or First Degrees but without the requisite pass marks. The program is also intended for people working in mass media industry for a long time who may wish to improve their academic credentials.
This M.A programme is offered by the department of History in two frameworks, by full time coursework basis and by thesis. The programme aims at providing academic, professional and specialized hands-on skill training in the teaching of history, historical and cultural sites management, heritage conservation, tourism and hospitality management, historical record management, archivist and documentation, government, leadership and Administrative history. The objective of this programme is to provide knowledge and skills in historical studies.
Apart from core courses, candidates will pursue the LL.M degree in any of the following 9 areas of specialization: