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|Tuition Fees:||$543 /year|
|Applications Begin:||July 2021|
|Final Award:||Bachelor of Science in Environmental Sciences and Management|
|Start Date:||September 2021|
|Academic Unit:||Solomon Mahlangu College of Science and Education|
|Campus:||Solomon Mahlangu Campus|
|Application Deadline:||September 2021|
The programme is designed to equip graduates with theoretical and practical skills in environmental issues and an understanding to deal effectively yet sensitively with complex environmental, and social problems arising at the local, national and global levels. The programme emphasizes scientific facts, social and economic values and ethics that are essential in determining an appropriate course of environmental action.
Expected Learning Outcomes
At the end of the programme the candidate should be able to:
– Advise, plan and implement environmentally friendly development activities/programmes.
– Carry out environmental impact assessment of human activities such as mining, livestock and agriculture, irrigation, manufacturing industry, human settlements fishing, wildlife and forestry.
– Assess levels of pollutants in air, water, soils, plants and animal tissues.
– Plan and design waste treatment and disposal systems in human settlements, irrigation projects, mining, industrial, terrestrial and aquatic environments.
– Plan and design pollution control technologies and systems for atmospheric, terrestrial and aquatic environments
– Assess degradation of the physical environment, its impact and plan and implement restoration measures such as soil conservation, afforestation, and other land reclamation measures.
– Record, analyse and diagnose metrological data and predict weather conditions.
– Design collect and analyse micro-climatic and bio-metrological information under experimental production scale and natural conditions.
– Develop skills for self-employment in environmental management, protection and advocacy.
BL 100 Introductory Cell Biology and Genetics
ENV 100 Fundamentals of Microbiology
MTH 104 General Mathematics I
ENV 110 General Chemistry
ENV 111 Introduction to Meteorology
ENV 114 Environmental Geomorphology
ENV 101 Fundamentals of Ecology and Ecosystems
DS 100 Principal, Theories and Contemporary issues of Development
SC 100* Communication Skills I
EE 101 Introductory Sociology
RD 111 Introduction to Natural Resource Management
* Audit Course
ENV 103 Biochemistry
ENV 102 Botany
ENV 113 Meteorological Instrumentation
MTH 106 Introductory Statistics
SC 101 Communication Skills II
MTH 107 eneral Mathematics II
CIT 100 Computer Applications
AE 101/AE 111/FT 101 Introduction to Engineering drawing
EE 105 Principles of Administration and Management
MTH 108 Numerical Methods I
ENV 200 Environmental Chemistry
ENV 201 Hydrogeology and Water Resource Management
ENV 202 Atmospheric Physics
ENV 210 Environmental Microbiology
ENV 211 Occupational Health Hazards and Safety Practices
MTH 201 Biometry
MTH 202 Numerical Methods II
*SC 100 Communication Skills I
MTH 203 General Mathematics III
**RD 201 Introduction to Gender and Development
* Audit Course
** RD 201 is a pre-requisite course for RD 301 Gender and Development
ENV 203 Remote Sensing and GIS in Environmental Studies
ENV 204 Mining and the Environment
ENV 205 Land and Water Pollution and Control
ENV 206 Climatology
ENV 209 Environmental Analytical Chemistry
ENV 212 Biodiversity and Conservation
ENV 221 Research Methodology
ENV 207 Synoptic Meteorology I
ENV 208 Dynamic Meteorology I
MTH 204 Numerical Methods III
ENV 220 Environmental Economics
ENV 213 Radioactivity and Environmental Radiology
ENV 300 Waste Management
ENV 301 Applied Climatology
ENV 312 Environmental Toxicology
ENV 320 Environmental Law and Legislation
ENV 321 Research Project I
ENV 323 Global Environmental Policies and Advocacy
*SC 100 Communication Skills I
ENV 302 Synoptic Meteorology II
ENV 303 Dynamic Meteorology II
RD 202 Natural Resources Management
ENV 313 Technology, Energy and then Environment
RD 301 Gender and Development
* Audit Course
ENV 310 Biotechnology and the Environment
ENV 322 Research Project II
ENV 306 Environmental Impact Assessment
ENV 311 Environmental Health Management and Ecological Restoration
ENV 307 Air Pollution, Prevention and Control
ENV 309 Global Climate Change and Disaster Management
ENV 308 Meteorological Data Analysis and Display Systems
ENV 304 Tropical Meteorology
ENV 314 Environmental Horticulture
Two principal passes (4 points) in Chemistry and Biology/Mathematics Geography/ Physics/ Science and Practice in Agriculture. Candidates without a pass in Biology and Mathematics at A- Level must a credit in Mathematics at O-level OR Diploma with a GPA of not less than 3.0 in the fields of Physical, Chemical or Biological Sciences and O-level certificate or its equivalent with THREE credits or FOUR passes in relevant science subjects (Passes in Chemistry and Mathematics at O-level and Diploma level are mandatory.).
Applicants should apply directly to SUA using online admission system which can be accessed at http://www.suasis.sua.ac.tz/index.php/registration
Career Opportunities available for Bachelor of Science in Environmental Science and Management include:
– Amenity horticulturist
– Commercial horticulturist
– Environmental consultant
– Environmental education officer
– Environmental engineeer
– Environmental manager
– Horticultural consultant
– Horticultural therapist
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Tuition Fees per year for Tanzanian Students = 1,263,000 TZS
Tuition Fees per year for International Students = 7,174,950 TZS
International Students pay more than the local students. Their fees are displayed in US Dollars (3,100 USD)