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The 19th Century History Of West Africa

  1. West Africa states at the beginning of the 19th Century
  2. Agricultural system
  3. The Impact of Trans-Atlantic slave trade on the economies of West African states
  4. The impact of Trans-Atlantic slave trade on West African societies
  5. Trans-Atlantic slave trade and the spread of internal slavery
  6. The abolition of Trans-Atlantic slave Trade and its Aftermath
  7. Islamic Revolutions and the spread of Islam
  8. Islamic and traditional education systems
  9. The mechanism of the Sokoto Caliphate

World Revolutions 1600 to 1950

  1. Introduction
  2. Categories of revolutions
  3. Theories of revolutions


Imperialism In The Third World Since 1939

  • Definition of concepts
  • Theories of Imperialism
  • The rise of mercantilist Imperialism
  • The Industrial revolutions and Imperialism of free trade
  • Imperialism and capital export


Information Technology and Development

  • Uses Of Information; Types Of Information And Communication Sources Available Globally And The Position And Opportunities For Developing Countries Vis  Vis The Information.
  • Information, Attitude and Behavioral Change. Public Relations, Customer Psychology and Care, Human Behaviors and Commodity Tastes and Business Ethics.
  • Information Imbalances and Monopolies; the Digital Sources and Divide.
  • Information From The Media, Advertisement, Radio, Television And The Press And Records Management


Introductory Economics

It describes:

  • Definition of economics and basic economic concepts like scarcity and choice; economic growth and development; market structure, conduct and performance; the circular flow of income; national income measurements and determinants; demand and supply; concept of elasticity
  • The structure of the Ugandan economy
  • National income, money and banking, exchange rate determinants, devaluation and exchange policies and inflation and unemployment.



The course seeks to equip students with the skills of analysis so they can interpret  issues  in  the  news  and  be  able  to  write  about  them  through commentary, editorials, and other forms of expressive writing from an informed perspective and in compelling style  


This course considers the range of laws, national and international, that affect journalists and the media.

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