Programme: BA in Anthropology

Overview

Programme Type: Undergraduate Programme
Duration: 3 Years
Field of Study:
Academic Unit: College of Social Sciences
Fees:
  • Local Fee: TZS 1,000,000
  • Internation Fee: 2,100 USD
Description: All students should normally be able to complete their programme of study without incurring additional study costs over and above the tuition fee for that programme. Any unavoidable additional compulsory costs totalling more than 1% of the annual home undergraduate fee per annum, regardless of whether the programme in question is undergraduate or postgraduate taught, will be made clear to you at the point of application
How to apply:Apply through Admission

Entry Requirements

Direct Entry: Two or more principal level passes in Arts subjects. Equivalent Entry: An appropriate Diploma, recognised by the UDSM Senate, of not less than Upper Second class or Distinction

Application

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Course Details

TitleCodeCredit RatingPriority
Course units for year 1
Data ScienceCOMP132122Mandatory
Fundamentals of Computer EngineeringCOMP121112Mandatory
First Year Team ProjectCOMP101205Mandatory
Fundamentals of ComputationCOMP112125Mandatory
Mathematical Techniques for Computer ScienceCOMP111202Mandatory
Course units for year 2
Operating SystemsCOMP251115Mandatory
Fundamentals of DatabasesCOMP2311110Mandatory
Software Engineering 1COMP233115Mandatory
Software Engineering 2COMP234122Optional

Career opportunities

Study with us and you will combine academic and practical skills with a truly interdisciplinary mix of humanities and science training. We have pioneered innovative assessments that relate to the skills employers want to see in graduates, including rigorous intellectual skills of interpretation, research and analysis, and data manipulation. Recent Archaeology graduates have become commercial archaeologists, heritage and environment officers, editors, broadcasters, journalists, accountants, writers and researchers. Popular career paths for Anthropology graduates include charity and consultancy work, social work and teaching, as well as roles within the civil service, finance, marketing and PR.