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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


The Transformation Of Europe 1789 To 1871

The course examines the important political, social and economic events and forces that transformed European societies in the 18th and 19th Centuries from backwardness to modernity.  Attempt is made to relate European experiences of this period to those of other countries especially Africa in order to extract lessons.   

Introduction to Literature I

This course introduces first year students to three major genres of Literature: that is Prose Fiction, Drama and Poetry.  Its main aim is to broaden the students' knowledge and to enable them identify their own areas of interest in the field of Literature.  There are three contact hours every week: two hours for lectures and one hour for tutorial/seminar discussions.  Students are required to do two coursework assignments during the semester and a written examination at the end of the course.

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.


Rural Development Programs in East Africa

  • Theories Of Rural Development And Projects
  • The Past, Present, Future Policies On Rural Development Programs
  • Specific Case Studies of Past And Present Rural Development Programs -The Gezira Irrigation Scheme In Sudan, Tractor Hire Scheme In Uganda, Groundnut Scheme In Tanzania, Ujaama Scheme In Tanzania  


Introduction to Computer Applications

  • Introduction to Computers (Soft And Hard Wares, Operations)
  • A Survey of Computer Programmes
  • Introduction to Word Processing, (Microsoft Windows and Excel)
  • Introduction to Lotus (Spread Sheet)


Theories of Development

It describes:

  • Classical Economic Theory, Laisssez Faire, And Development 
  • Modernization Theory And Development
  • Interventionism, Keynesian And Centrally Planned Systems And Development
  • Marxist School of Thought And Development And Underdevelopment


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;


Anthropological Studies

AHS 201 introduces students to anthropology with emphasis on its relationship with the four anthropology-related disciplines. The course will do that by examining definitions, goals, scopes and origins of anthropology and comparing them with those of the four sub-disciplines. This course is pertinent to Archaeology, History, and Sociology students.  


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