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College of African Wildlife Management Courses Offered for Undergraduate 2024/2025

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College of African Wildlife Management (Mweka) Courses Offered for Undergraduate Bachelor Degree Admission – This is the complete list of available Undergraduate programs offered at the College of African Wildlife Management (Mweka) and approved by TCU.

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Chuo Cha Mipango Dodoma: Here is the list of available undergraduate courses/programs offered at the College of African Wildlife Management (Mweka) that have gained Tanzanian Commission for Universities (TCU) accreditation.

According to our research, Courses offered at the College of African Wildlife Management (Mweka) show that Undergraduate, Diploma, International students, Graduate, Postgraduate, Ph.D., Master, Degree, and Non-Degree Programmes – Courses are offered at the institution. So Interested candidates can apply for College of African Wildlife Management (Mweka) admission at any time when the application form is online subject to fulfilling College of African Wildlife Management (Mweka) admission requirements.

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List of College of African Wildlife Management (Mweka) Undergraduate Courses

Here are the updated Courses / Departments in the College of African Wildlife Management (Mweka)

BACHELOR DEGREE COURSES

 Bachelor in Wildlife Management (NTA 7 & 8)

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Program Objectives

This program aims to produce wildlife professionals who are competent in both theoretical knowledge and field practical skills in wildlife management. In addition, the Programme aims to equip students with problem-solving skills that enable Bachelor’s Degree graduates to work in various environments at the wildlife management policy level.

Target Students

This program is designed for higher-level wildlife managers, researchers, and planners who will work within wildlife and natural resource management sectors, including government, NGOs, and private organizations and companies with interests in wildlife conservation and management.

Program Duration

This is a three-year program. It runs from October to June for each academic year.

Training Methodology

Training approaches include lectures, interactive structured lectures, directed and self-directed study, seminars, tutorials, student presentations, and field and College-based practical training exercises. Students participate in safari modules and conduct a Research Project in the final year.

Programme Assessment and Award

Students must gain 360 credits to be eligible for the award of Baa Chlor’s Degree in Wildlife Management. These credits are gained through passing all assessed modules. To pass Bachelor’s Degree modules, a student must achieve a final course mark of not less than 40% (continuous assessment and final examination). In addition, a student must pass the final examination by at least 40%. Coursework assessment is based on a mixture of practical exercises, written assignments, group and individual exercises, reports, and examinations. Course continuous work assessment is 60% and the final examination is 40% of the final module mark unless stated otherwise.  If a student completes the first two years of the program but fails to complete the third year, then they will be awarded a National Higher Diploma (NTA 7) in Wildlife Management.

Entry Qualifications

Minimum entry qualification is EITHER an Advanced Certificate of Secondary Education Examination (ACSEE) from National Examinations Council of Tanzania (NECTA) or a certificate equivalent to ACSEE approved by NECTA with at least two principal passes in science subjects: Biology, Geography, Chemistry, Physics, Agriculture, Nutrition and Mathematics with a minimum aggregate point of 4.0; OR an Ordinary Diploma in Wildlife Management, Wildlife Tourism, Natural Resources Management, Beekeeping, Forestry, Fishery, Livestock Production and Agriculture with minimum GPA of 3.0 from the institutions recognized by NACTE.

 

Bachelor in Wildlife Tourism (NTA 7 & 8)

Course Objectives

This program aims to produce wildlife tourism professionals who are competent in both theoretical knowledge and field practical skills in wildlife tourism. In addition, the Programme aims to equip students with the problem-solving skills that enable Bachelor’s Degree graduates to work in different environments at the Wildlife Tourism policy level.

Target Students

This program is designed for higher-level wildlife tourism officers, researchers, and planners who will work within tourism industries including, wildlife or natural resource agencies and NGOs, with interests in wildlife tourism.

 Timetable and Duration

This is a three-year program. It runs from October to July for each academic year.

Training Methodology

Training approaches include lectures, interactive structured lectures, directed and self-directed study, seminars, tutorials, student presentations, and field and College-based practical training exercises. Students participate in safari modules and conduct a Research Project in the final year.

Programme Assessment and Award

Students must gain 360 credits to be eligible for the award of a Bachelor’s Degree in Wildlife Management. These credits are gained through passing all assessed modules. To pass Bachelor’s Degree modules, a student must achieve a final course mark of not less than 40% (continuous assessment and final examination). In addition, a student must pass the final examination by at least 40%. Coursework assessment is based on a mixture of practical exercises, written assignments, group and individual exercises, reports, and examinations. Course continuous work assessment is 60% and the final examination is 40% of the final module mark unless stated otherwise.  If a student completes the first two years of the program but fails to complete the third year, then they will be awarded a National Higher Diploma (NTA 7) in Wildlife Management.

Entry Qualifications

The minimum entry qualification is EITHER an Advanced Certificate of Secondary Education Examination(ACSEE) from the National Examinations Council of Tanzania (NECTA) or a certificate equivalent to ACSEE approved by NECTA with at least two principal passes in the following subjects: Biology, Geography, Chemistry, Physics, Agriculture, Nutrition, Economics, History and Mathematics with a minimum aggregate point of 4.0; OR an Ordinary Diploma in Wildlife Management, Wildlife Tourism, Natural Resources Management, Beekeeping, Forestry, Fishery, Livestock Production, and Agriculture with minimum GPA of 3.0 from the institutions recognized by NACTE.

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