Laboratory equipment and their use
- Teacher: Dr Benigni
To equip students with basic knowledge on principles of laboratory ethics
The Course aims at equipping students with basic knowledge on preparation and handling of reagents and biological specimens in biomedical laboratories
This course is intended to familiarize the teachers-to-be-with the process of research planning, data collection, data analysis and reporting, and get them to appreciate the value of research in improving the quality of educational practice and decision-making. It also covers concepts and issues, as well as qualitative and quantitative research strategies in educational research.
The aim of Geo-Informatics is to introduce to students approaches and technical skills in geospatial data acquisition, processing, analysis, management and visualization.
Specifically the objective of the aforementioned analysis s to:
i. Explore the knowledge of domestic and international financial markets – especially financial institutions, forces impacting financial markets and level and structure of interest rates, financial innovations and regulatory trends.
ii. Emphasize the fundamental conceptual foundations of domestic issues in financial systems and the role of institutional and regulatory governance of the system.
Principles of animal reproduction and artificial breeding
Aims at introducing students to procesess of policy formulation, Implementation and review
The course will impart knowledge of dairy cattle management and practices
This course provide entrepreneurship knowledge to students of all backgrounds.
This course provides basic skills, knowledge and approaches to the management of the most critical resource in the work organisations.
This course intends to equip graduates with knowledge of best practices and legal compliance in businesses.
This course will give students the skills of growth anatomy
This course provides quantitative techniques to students in making decisions particularly in business
This course introduces students to Range Ecology and Management
This course aim at providing the skills ,competencies ,techniques and knowledge .Students will examine the fundamental roles in planning, organizing, coordinating, controlling , that comprise manager's role .It focus on the entire organization, students will able to plan both for short and long plan to effective accomplish organizational goal
Human Resource Management aim at introducing students to basics and functions of Human Resource Management in a work organization
Course will enable students to be well equipped in diagnosing of different kind of parasites.
This course provide student with a knowledge of understanding diseases agents in details
This Course provides students a knowledge on how they can apply their Mathematical knowledge and skills in Economics.
The course is targeted to animal science students third year, to impart them with knowledge on quality milk production, hygienic handling , quality control and processing.
This course provide the students with knowledge on different international's trade theories and how they impact daily trade activities from national to International levels.1
This course intends to prepare students to be at a best level of planning their meals at home and at their respective carriers
This course introduce to students techniques for managing IT projects
The course is about teaching and learning, assessment of learning and selection of teaching and learning materials
The course teaches students on the development of effective computer system
The behaviour of agricultural product prices is sufficiently unusual as to require special treatment. This course is therefore offered to look at the basis and influences for agricultural price behaviour. It emphasizes the identification of divergences from socially desirable results brought about by the presence of market failures or distortions arising largely from government policies. In this course we will review
This course introduces the basic principles of surgery to year 2 students in Diploma Tropical Animal Health. The course outline and the objectives are provided
This Course will introduce students to concepts of Biodiversity, its Conservation and Utilization. We will discuss issues about global biodiversity challenges and methods to conserve biodiversity at large.
This course will introduces students to basic concepts of Biodiversity conservation, how to utilize biodiversity resources Sustainably
Subject Expected Learning Outcomes:
By the end of the course students should be able to: -:
Explain the design and implementation of distributed systems.
Understand the advantages and disadvantages of deploying distributed technologies in a business context
Discuss various architecture models and middleware of distributed systems.
Create a model or a middleware for a particular situation by comparing the attributes of each type in a critical way for a range of typical applications.
Design and implement distributed applications using a middleware.
Characterization of distributed systems; Basic Distributed systems Architecture: Hardware and Software Systems. File Service: File Service components, design issues, interfaces, implementation techniques and a network file system case study. Distributed Operating Systems: The Kernel, Naming and Protection, communication and invocation. Coordination and concurrency: Synchronizing physical clocks, logical time, logical clocks, distributed coordination, and a distributed operating system case study. Distributed Data: Client/Server Communication (Remote Procedure Call), Transaction, Fault Tolerance and Locking
Principles of ecology, ecological gradients, biogeography, sampling
At the end of the course students will have clear understanding on the meaning and scope of circulatory disturbances as well as general mechanisms how these disturbances occur, diagnosis and relationship of these disturbances in specific diseases
A foundation course for BSc. Agricultural Economics and Agribusiness aiming at providing students with an understanding of the basic agribusiness concepts, aspects of agribusiness development, scale and scope in the economic development in different contexts. Upon the completion of this course the students should be able to comprehend the scope of agribusiness; explain the importance of agribusiness to the Tanzanian economy; identify the key organizations and other players in the Tanzanian Agribusiness sector and the international arena. They are expected to understand and acquire important skills needed for organizing an agribusiness firm including creativity, problem solving, goal setting, leadership and team work and negotiation. They should also be able to understand the basics of organizing an agribusiness firm, concepts of small business & entrepreneurship and their role in development of the agribusiness sector and the economy in general. An appreciation of the importance of business planning is also expected.
At the end of course students will be able to
Course is about the Architecture of computer systems and Operating System, and the functioning of the Main components of a Computer system. Also, the working of data-path of a microprocessor and simple micro-programs.
Introduction to principles for sustainable use of Rangelands
The course introduces the database concepts, design, implementation
The course aim to equip students with knowledge of mathematical
techniques for successful study of agricultural economics
This course discuss the important of pasture production and utilization
The course gives students an opportunity to build on basic knowledge concerning the management and preservation of digital records by the creating organization/individual and its legitimate successor, such as an archival program or institution.
This is an elementary course which exposes students to basic concepts and principles of administration and management of public and private firms or entities. The course brings to light issues related to:
- Organization and management
- Techniques of work planning
- Management of human resources
- Staff relations, motivation and workers’ committees
- Administrative Communication
- Financial management
- Agricultural policies, Laws and Acts
At the end of this course, students should be able to identify, describe and apply basic concepts and principles pertaining to:
- General administration and management
- Developing and managing human resources at the place of work
- Use of groups and committees
- Standard procedures for managing financial and material (physical assets, supplies and inventories) resources
· Standard and Interactive Lectures
· Field Case studies
· Class and online presentations
· ICT (internet)
· Independent study
NB: Each student must be a member of an interactive group throughout the semester. Students are supposed to form a group of 15 to 30 members with representation of men and women on week 1. The groups will be active throughout the semester. First, the groups will be used for interactive lectures in class. Second, the group will participate in a group field assignment. Some course highlights and a full course outline have been uploaded. Please download them for details.
This course provide fundamental knowledge and skills to candidate for improving degraded rangelands. The course first highlighted the need for rehabilitation of denuded rangelands. The planning procedures described stage by stage from consultation to finalizing the planning documents. Various principles of range rehabilitation such as deferred grazing, rotational grazing, range reseeding, fertilization and manipulation of stocking rate are covered under this course. The issues of water conservation and development is also covered.
The course highlighted the fundamental principles of research for undergraduate students. the topic covered include, approaches for knowledge acquisition, stages in scientific approaches and types of researches. Development of proposal in terms of problem identification, justification for study, how to write objectives and hypotheses as well as scientific report preparation are covered under this course. Finally, the course described the concept of research design, experimental layout, sampling procedure, data collection and handling.
Intended learning outcomes (ILOs)
Assessment procedures and contents (for each ILO)
Written time test and end of semester university exams:
i. Describe principles and theories of scientific research
ii. Identify four types of research
iii. Analyze different types of research in Informatics
iv. Explain different professional ethics in Informatics research
· Written group literature review paper on any research problem in Informatics in an identified case study:
o group activity in collaborative and peer online review
· Practical tests – students should identify research problem and write mini research proposal
o Students should be in group of two students collaborative participating in developing a proposal online. This will be done throughout the course.
o Oral group presentation on the research proposal
o Oral group exam based on the submitted mini research proposal and oral presentation
Oral group exam based on the submitted mini research proposal and oral presentation
The coursework assessment (CWA) consist of practical test, practical report, theory test and end of semester university examination (UE). The CWA contribute 60% and UE has 40%.
a) Required Readings:
1. Dawson C W. (2000).The essence of Computing Projects: A Student’s Guide. Prentice-Hall,
2. Weaver P.(2004).Success I your project: A guide to student System Development Projects, Prentice-Hall,
b) Recommended Readings:
1. Keith F P.(2006) Developing Effective Research Proposals, University of Western Australia,SAGE Publications Ltd
2. Friedland, A. J. and Carol L. F (2000) Writing Successful Science Proposals, Yale University Press New Haven & London
3. Tayie, S. (2005) Research Methods and Writting Research Proposals, Cairo University
Period (semester) for first implementation: • 16 weeks course – starting March 2019
Expected number of students per course run: more than 20
1. Recognize gross and microscopic lesions associated with diseases of different body systems;
2. Interpret gross, biochemical, and histopathological data for the diagnosis of different diseases in different domestic animalsTime Distribution:
Lectures: 30 hours
Tutorials: 4 hours
Practical: 50 hours
Assignments: 2 hours
VM 241 General Pathology
VM 341 : Systemic Pathology I
Expected Course Learning Outcomes
The course covers the analysis of the system design and the various life cycles of developing the system, understanding the different approach taken in Information system analysis and design.
To understand the role of information systems analysis and design within various systems development life cycles; to develop awareness of the different approaches that may be taken to information systems analysis and design; to understand the systems analyst’s activities, and apply current tools and techniques
Course learning outcomes
At the end of the course candidates should be able to: -
(i) Analyze the information
(ii) Design appropriate system
(iii) Use data modeling techniques
(iv) Describe roles of system analyst
Basic concepts of information, systems and subsystems; MIS concepts; description of different systems development life cycle models; overview of systems development approaches: structured systems development and object-oriented analysis and design; systems feasibility study; writing business system proposals; analysis techniques: techniques for modeling data, processes, transactions and objects; systems documentation methods and tools.
The course consists of six topics as shown in the course content
Veterinary Histology is a core course
The broad objective of the course is to impart knowledge on microscopic structure and function of tissues, organs and body systems of vertebrate animals. At the end of the course, a candidate should be able to: i. Describe the microscopic structure of body tissues, organs and systems; 2. Describe the ultrastructure of various body tissues; 3. Apply various histological techniques to prepare tissue sections; 4. Analyze and inter-prate morphology of body tissues; 5. Establish structural and functional relationships of various body tissues and organs
At the end of the course students are expected to learn about the following:
Entrepreneurship and Innovation theories; Entrepreneurship and Economic
Development; Challenges facing agribusiness
firms in general and in developing countries; Public policies and Business
Regulations; Business Development and Support Services; Techniques for
generating and screening business ideas; Business plan development and research
tools for business plan preparations
The course will be based on evaluating the performance made by management so as to make relevant decision in terms of cost benefit analysis. we will look forward on looking different costs used in the production process analyses them and make make a relevant decision.
This course give a clear understanding based on the principles of Toxicology to students
This course introduces the general principles of Toxicology to students. The course is useful for day to day life with regard to our interaction
AE 328 COMMUNICATIONS AND COMPUTER NETWORKING 1 Credit (15 Lect. 0 Sem. 30 Prac.)
Pre-requisite: CIT 100
Upon completion of this course, the student will be able to:
i. Derive fundamental knowledge about underlying mechanisms in data communication and computer networks
ii. Learn network programming skills such as socket interface in C and protocols such as FTP/HTTP through programming projects
iii. Learn network setup and configuration through hands-on LAN set-up, literature surveys and reports
Introduction: Examples of Computer Networks and distributed systems; Concept of layered architecture; OSI/ISO structure and reference. Programs that communicate between workstations across a network.
Overview of Communication Subnetwork: Physical layer protocol issue, data link layers protocols, network layer protocol, issue of DC virtual circuits vs. techogram, local area networks (LAN), point-to-point packet switched networks, model of network interconnection, standard network access protocols.
Transport and Session Protocol Design Issues: Transport and connection and establishment, flow control and buffering, synchronization in distributed environmental multiplexing, crash recovery, networking facilities in a well known system.
Presentation Layer Protocols: Terminal handling and protocols, file transfer protocol design issues, network security and privacy, standards for presentation of layer protocols.
Practicals: Practicals on computer networking will be conducted.
The course intends to provide room for students to improve their grammar skills
The course introduces students to cultural and
technological trends and challenges in the library and information services
COURSE CONTENTS THAT WILL BE COVERED BY MY LECTURE/PRACTICALS ARE SHOWN IN BOLD LETTERS. OTHER CONTENTS WILL BE COVERED IN OTHER LECTURES
Upon successful completion of this course the student will be able to:
Identification and classification of insects: morphology and physiology of insects; major forest insect pests in East Africa; population studies and assessment of outbreaks; methods of control, silvicultural, biological, physical and chemical: evaluation of insecticides: identification and control of termites and wood borers of standing trees.
The course is about the architecture of Information particularly on how we organize, structure, label and search information in Websites and Intranets
Expected learning Outcome
Identify the threats to information systems
Identify the techniques to be used in developing secure information systems
Describe the threats to information systems
Use different techniques when developing secure information systems
Course learning outcomes
At the end of the course students should be able to: -
Introduction to computer: input, output, processing, storage; problem solving: algorithms, flowchart, pseudo code; programming languages: machine language, high level languages, interpreters, compilers (edit/compile/debug process); introduction to clusplus; program structure: statements, simple data types; string data types, variables, arithmetic , logic, assignment, compound operators, expressions; control structures: decisions (if, if…else, switch), loops (while, do…while, for); functions: functions/subroutine/procedure, string functions, string manipulation; data structures: array, record, pointers; programming styles: structured and object oriented programming.
Introduction to computer: input, output, processing, storage; problem
solving: algorithms, flowchart, pseudo code; programming languages:
machine language, high level languages, interpreters, compilers
(edit/compile/debug process); introduction to clusplus; program
structure: statements, simple data types; string data types, variables,
arithmetic , logic, assignment, compound operators, expressions; control
structures: decisions (if, if…else, switch), loops (while, do…while,
for); functions: functions/subroutine/procedure, string functions,
string manipulation; data structures: array, record, pointers;
programming styles: structured and object oriented programming.