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The Republic Of South Africa Since 1800

  • Nation-building during the Mfecane
  • The Great Trek and its aftermath
  • Relations between African states and Afrikaner Republic on the eve of the mineral revolution
  • Missionary enterprise


Decentralization and Development

  • Theories of centralization and decentralization in political, organizational sciences and economics, notably new institutional economics.
  • Mono-centric and polycentric models of governance will be constructed.
  • Definitions and dimensions of decentralization and various approaches to decentralization, which include functional, real, political, economic, fiscal and administrative.


Civil Society Organizations and Development

  • The theories of NGOs and CBOs,
  • The dynamic nature of civil society and its challenges in the contemporary world
  • Civil Society and Good Governance
  • The emerging role of civil society in influencing the policy and law formulation processes through advocacy, lobbying, networking and coalition building.
  • The performance and challenges of NGOs and CBOs in Uganda.


Hunger and Food Security

  • The Global Situation Of Food Availability And The Degree Of Nutrient Deficiency.
  • The Political Economy Of Hunger: The Multi-Dimensional Causes Including Those In The Domain Of Policies And Socio-Political Relations. The Position Of Different Social Classes And Groups To Food (The Vulnerable)
  • The Extent Of Hunger Especially In Sub-Saharan Africa.


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.


Introduction to Development Studies

It describes the:

  • The Development Studies Approach
  • Political Economy Analysis
  • Growth, Development And Its Indices 
  • Introduction to Theories And Concepts Of Development
  • Analysis Of Concepts Like Means Of Production, Modes Of Production, Production Relations, Social Relations, Historical Materialism;



The course looks at conceptual frameworks that try to explain the fundamental relationships between technology and society. Given that (at least at a theoretical level)  technology is the most important force shaping society and culture today, the course concentrates on the dialectical, interactive shaping of societies and technologies.

Sociology of Crime and Punishment

Introduction to the basic concepts in criminal law and criminal law practice to equip students with the knowledge and skills needed to study, analyze, and interpret the criminal phenomena. It encourages students to develop a critical mind towards basic issues in the study of deviance and crime; the sociology of law; administration of justice; punishment of offenders; prevention and control of crime and criminal policy.   


An interdisciplinary exploration of the interface between politics and society defined broadly, focusing on “cutting-edge” and emerging issues.   

Architectural Studies in Archaeology

The course is recommended for students majoring in archaeology, civil engineering, urban planning and architecture. It covers identifying and analyzing of architectural and engineering works, burial structures and buildings.  


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