About the Programme

This is a newly introduced 3-year undergraduate programme leading to the award of BSc. in Business Information Technology. Each academic year has 2 semesters, and each semester has 15 instruction weeks followed by 2 examinations weeks.

Mainly, the programme is constituted of courses from mainstream Computer Science, Business, and the related Mathematics courses. Among others, it includes courses on computer programming and software engineering, data and information management,  computer networks, business process modelling, business administration, statistics, development studies,  and problem solving.

Entry Requirements

Minimum UDSM entry qualifications, with the following additional requirements:  

a) Direct Entry Qualification: Principal level passes in Mathematics at A.C.S.E.E, including any one of the following subjects: Physics and Economics.

b) Equivalent Entry Qualification: Appropriate equivalent diploma and/or full technician certificate with an average B grade from a recognized institution and approved by the UDSM Senate with at least a pass in Mathematics at O-Level.

Fee Structure

Please click here to see the fee structure that UDSM has approved for  BSc. in Business Information Technology for the academic year 2017/2018. Further details on programme fee structures can be obtained from the Directorate of Undergraduate Studies, University of Dar es Salaam.  

Application for Admission and Delivery Mode

Applications for admission into this programme are coordinated centrally by the University of Dar es Salaam, through the Directorate of Undergraduate Studies.  In most cases, calls for application are open around the end of one academic year, before a new academic year starts, and the most recent mode of application is through an online system. Potential applicants are advised to keep an eye on the website of the Directorate of Undergraduate Studies, for the most recent updates on application calls and the mode of application.

This programme is delivered through a face-to-face mode.

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