Bachelor of Accounting and Finance – Business Sector (BAF – BS)
Programme Objectives 
The programme is designed to provide job-based training to future accountants and finance specialists to serve business at the local and international context. It is a professionally tailored program to meet the growing demand of well trained and skilled accountants and finance managers who can greatly contribute in helping organizations effectively manage funds and acquire, prepare, analyze, and maintain financial information that can facilitate decision making and successfully achieve organization objectives.

Programme Structure 

YEAR 1

YEAR 2

YEAR 3

Semester I

Semester II

Semester I

Semester II

Semester I

Semester II

QMS 112 Business Mathematics & Statistics

ACC 182 Government Accounting and Procurement Procedures

ICT 265 Application of ICT in Business Decisions

ACC 251 Managerial Finance

F I E L D ATTACHMENT 

ACC 361 International Finance

ECO 100 Micro Economics

ACC 101 Financial Accounting I

ACC 202 Financial Accounting II

ACC 203 Financial Accounting III

ACC 391 Public Finance and Taxation

ACC 100 Introductory Accounting

ECO 101 Macro Economics

ACC 221 Costing and Management Accounting I

ACC 222 Costing and Management Accounting II

BUS 380 Entrepreneurship and SME Management

LAW 107 Business Law

PUB 201 Principles of Management Organization behavior

ACC 231 Auditing and Assurance services I

ACC 232 Auditing and Assurance services II

BUS 360 Strategic Management & Consultancy Skills

COM 101 Study Skills and Business Communication

DST 101 International Cooperation Development

ACC 252 Banking and Financial Services

BUS 280 Fundamentals of Business Research Methods

QMS 203 Quantitative Techniques

10 CP

10 CP

10 CP

10 CP

10 CP

10 CP


Bachelor of Accounting and Finance - Public Sector (BAF – PS)
Programme Objectives 
The programme is designed to provide job-based training to future accountants and finance specialists to serve business at the local and international context. It is a professionally tailored program to meet the growing demand of well trained and skilled accountants and finance managers who can greatly contribute in helping public organizations, local governments and central government ministries, regional administrative units, departments, agencies, authorities and secretariats effectively manage funds and acquire, prepare, analyze, and maintain financial information that can facilitate decision making and successfully achieve public sector’s objectives.

Programme Structure 

YEAR 1

YEAR 2

YEAR 3

Semester I

Semester II

Semester I

Semester II

Semester I

Semester II

QMS 112 Business Mathematics and Statistics

ACC 154 Public Sector Accounting and Finance I

ICT 265 Application of ICT in Business Decisions

ACC 251 Managerial Finance

F I E L D ATTACHMENT

ACC 361 International Finance

ECO 100 Micro Economics

ACC 101 Financial Accounting I

ACC 202 Financial Accounting II

ACC 203 Financial Accounting III

ACC 391 Public Finance and Taxation

ACC 100 Introductory Accounting

ECO 101 Macro Economics

ACC 221 Costing and Management Accounting I

ACC 222 Costing and Management Accounting II

ACC 355 Public Sector Accounting and Finance II

LAW 107 Business Law

PUB 201 Principles of Management Organization behavior

ACC 241 Public Sector Auditing and Assurance Services I

ACC 242 Public Sector Auditing and Assurance Services II

ACC 360 Strategic Management & Consultancy Skills

COM 101 Study Skills and Business Communication

DST 101 International Cooperation Development

ACC 252 Banking and Financial Services

BUS 280 Fundamentals of Business Research Methods

QMS 203 Quantitative Techniques

10 CP

10 CP

10 CP

10 CP

10 CP

10 CP

Bachelor of Business Administration – (Marketing Management)
Programme Objectives

The programme is designed to provide job-based training to future specialists in marketing management to serve business at the local and international context. It is a professionally tailored program to meet the growing demand of well trained and skilled marketing managers who can greatly contribute in undertaking key market functions such as develop company market share, product demand, promotional activities, developing marketing plans etc and gathering, analyzing, interpreting and communicating market research information on customer attitude for a given product or service.

Programme Structure 

YEAR 1

YEAR 2

YEAR 3

Semester I

Semester II

Semester I

Semester II

Semester I

Semester II

QMS 101 Business Mathematics and Statistics

BUS 370 Industrial Marketing

ICT 265 Application of ICT in Business Decisions

BUS 260 Essentials of Service Marketing

FIELD ATTACHMENT

BUS 360 Strategic Business Mgt & Consultancy Skills

PUB 113 Principles of Management

ACC 170 Basic Financial Accounting

ACC 271 Cost & Management Accounting

ACC 272 Basic Financial Management

BUS 375: E-Marketing

ECO 100 Micro-Economics

ECO 101 Macro-Economics

BUS 230 Sales Management

BUS 250 Marketing Distribution Systems

BUS 330 International Marketing

LAW 104 Commercial Law

BUS 110 Introduction to Marketing

BUS 235 Consumer Behaviour

BUS 270 Small Business Management & Entrepreneurship Development

BUS 340 Brand Management

COM 100 Communication Skills

DST 101 Development Perspectives and International Cooperation

COM 200 Business Communication

BUS 280 Fundamentals of Business Research Methods

ELECTIVES Choose 1 from 3 courses

10 CP

10 CP

10 CP

10 CP

10 CP

10 CP


ELECTIVES

BUS 355: Marketing communication
BUS 315: Social marketing
DST 300: Gender perspectives and Environmental Management

Bachelor of Business Administration – (Entrepreneurship Development)
Programme Objectives

It is expected that the program students shall enable the students to be able to start and manage small business and medium enterprises, create own employment rather than being job seekers, develop entrepreneurial skills through managing small and medium business ventures and acquire skills in the management of small and medium business and use the skills for further studies in the discipline of business and enterprises development.

ProgrammeStructure 

YEAR 1

YEAR 2

YEAR 3

SEMESTER 1

SEMESTER II

SEMESTER I

SEMESTER II

SEMESTER I

SEMESTER II

QMS 112 Business Mathematics and Statistics

BUS 110 Introduction to Marketing

BUS 225 Business Planning

BUS 270 Small Business & Entrepreneurship Development

F I E L D ATTACHMENT

BUS 360 Strategic Business Management & Consultancy Skills

PUB 113 Human Resource Management

BUS 120 Fundamentals of Entrepreneurship

LOG 100 Elements of Supply Chain Management

ACC 272 Financial Management

ECO 302 Project Management and Public Finance

LAW 104 Commercial Law

ECO 101 Macro Economics

ACC 271 Cost Accounting

BUS 275 E-Commerce for Small Businesses

BUS 385 Promoting Enterprise

ECO 100 Micro Economics

ACC 184 Basics of Financial and Government Accounting

ICT 265 Application of ICT in Business Decision.

BUS 280 Fundamentals Business Research Methods

POM 308 Total Quality Management

COM 100 Communication Skills

DST 101 International Cooperation Development

COM 200 Business Communication

BUS 255 Models for Business Growth

ELECTIVE

10CP

10CP

10CP

10CP

10CP

10CP


ELECTIVE

BUS 260 Essentials of Service marketing 
BUS 340 Branding Management
BUS 355 Marketing Communication

Bachelor of Business Administration – (Procurement and Logistics Management)
Programme Objectives

The programme is designed to prepare candidates to be specialists in procurement and logistics management and be eligible for registration by professional bodies like the Procurement and Supplies Professional and Technicians Board (PSPTB).

Programme Structure 

Semester I

Semester II

Semester I

Semester II

Semester I

Semester II

QMS 112 Business Mathematics and Statistics

LOG 100 Introduction to Supply Chain Logistics

LOG 200 Procurement Principles and Management

LOG 210 Procurement and Stock Auditing

FIELD ATTACHMENT

LOG 300 Supply Chain Management

COM 101 Study Skills and Business Communication

ACC 170 Basic Financial Accounting

ACC 273 Managerial Accounting and Finance

LOG 240 Inventory Management and Control

LOG 350 International Procurement

ECO 100 Micro Economics

BUS 110 Introduction to Marketing

LOG 220 Warehouse Management

LOG 250 Physical Distribution Management

LOG 340 Fundamentals of Procurement Contracts Management

LAW 104 Commercial Law

DST 101 International Cooperation and Development

ICT 265 ICT Application in Business

BUS 280 Fundamentals of Business Research

BUS 360 Strategic Management and Consultancy Skills

PUB 113 Principles of Management

ECO 101 Macro Economics

QMS 203 Quantitative Techniques

LOG 230 Procurement in Public Sector

POM 310 Production and Operations Management

10CP

10CP

10CP

10CP

10CP

10CP

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The Dean,
School of Business,
P.O.Box 1,
Mzumbe, Morogoro.
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