Why study at St. Augustine University of Tanzania?
St. Augustine university of Tanzania is an independent higher-learning institution governed by the University Council under the Catholic bishops of Tanzania (Tanzania Episcopal Conference or TEC) and is operated with close attention to the requirements of governmental and relevant professional bodies.
Augustine university of Tanzania, centered in
Mwanza, is the hub of an educational complex spanning a large area of the
country. In the heart of
Mwanza, the Bugando Medical Centre, established in 1972, will be the site of the
Constituent College of Health Science, offering degree courses in medicine,
dentistry, pharmacy and nursing. The
Constituent College of Education, located in Mwenge outside Moshi, will begin
the training of primary and secondary school teachers in 2002.
The Constituent Colleges of Law and Technical Sciences are projected for
Songea. In addition, the Philosophy
and Theology faculties of the Catholic seminaries in Tanzania may be allied to
The University to
be a spawning ground
for a ferment of ideas that will help Tanzania and its people achieve
their fullest human potential. At
the same time, it will prepare talented graduates in fields where it is
most capable of meeting the needs of the country. Thus, the initial Bachelorís programme in Mass Communication (1998) was followed in 1999-2000 by a Bachelor of
Business Administration degree, with specialisations
in Accounting and Finance,
Marketing Management, Materials Management, and Human Resources
Management. A B.A. in English
Literature and Writing and a
B.S. in Information and
Communication Technology are planned for 2001-2002.
The Masterís degree in
Mass Communication is anticipated for 2002, the M.B.A. in 2003, and the
Masterís in English in 2004. To
meet the urgent needs of the Lake Region for well-trained office staff, a
Certificate in Secretarial Sciences
will be introduced in 2002. Other
degree programmes will follow.
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