UNIVERSITY OF DAR ES SALAAM
UNIVERSITY OF DAR ES SALAAM SCHOOL OF ECONOMICS (UDSOE)

Programme

ADMISSIONS


Minimum entry requirements Bachelor of Arts (Economics or Economics with another subject) Two or more principal level passes, one of which must be in Economics. In addition one must have at least a Subsidiary pass in Mathematics at ACSEE or a grade of ‘C’ or better at CSEE.


PROGRAMMES


1. Undergraduate Programmes

  • Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Economics (3 years)

Students are required to take all the core courses. Shaded totals represent the minimum required credits per semester basing on the core courses. A student may choose one additional optional course from the list provided under a relevant semester and not from elsewhere.

Compulsory Second-Year Practical Training (AS 299) conducted for 8 weeks during the long vacation, i.e., outside the two classroom semesters, is not included in the total minimum/maximum count.

  • Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Economics and Statistics

Students are required to take all the core courses. Shaded totals represent the minimum required credits per semester basing on the core courses. A student may choose one additional optional course from the list provided under a relevant semester and not from elsewhere. Compulsory Second-Year Practical Training (AS299 - see below) conducted for 8 weeks during the long vacation, i.e. outside the two classroom semesters is not included in the total minimum/maximum count.

  • Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Economics (3 years)
  • Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Economics and Statistics (3 years)

2. Postgraduate Programmes


  • Masters of Arts (MA) in Economics.

Core courses: Microeconomics; Macroeconomics; Quantitative Mathematics; Econometrics

Electives: Health Economics; Monetary Theory and Practice; Industrial Economics

  • Masters of Arts (MA) in Applied Economics.

 Core courses: Microeconomics; Macroeconomics; Quantitative Mathematics; Econometrics

Electives: Health Economics; Monetary Theory and Practice; Industrial Economics


3. PhD by Course Work and Dissertation.


Core courses: Microeconomics; Macroeconomics; Quantitative Mathematics; Econometrics

Electives: Environmental Economics; International Economics; Public Sector Economics; Econometrics


4. PhD by Thesis