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The Novel: Forms and Concepts

  • New Influences in fiction
  • The Prose of Thought
  • The Novel Today


Language And Literature

This course examines the interactive relationship between language and literature.  It is intended to assist the student to develop a permanent consciousness of language, as they approach literary texts.  It examines the nature, composition and functions of language in society, and also looks at its practical relationship with meaning in literary texts.  The course seeks to equip the student with a sound theoretical understanding of language both as an arbitrary set of symbols, and as a dynamic system of communication on which humans rely to exchange a variety of meanings, and to represent

Translation and Interpretation of Luganda

This course introduces students to the theory and practice of translation from and     into Luganda.  

The Syntax of Luganda

The course examines sentence structure and sentence types, sentence embedding      (relativisation, nominalisation and other processes of sentence construction)  

Introduction To Kiswahili For Specific Purposes

This course covers relevant technical fields which require specialized registers. Fields to be covered include:  journalism, trade and commerce, health and treatment, administration and governance, religion and science and technology.    

Literary Theory And The Developmnt Of Kiswahili literature

This course examines the theories of literary criticism as manifested in the development of Kiswahili literature. Among these theories, the following will be considered: classicism and neo-classicism, realism, romanticism, structuralism, aesthetics, psychoanalysis, Marxism and feminism. A practical appraisal of different theories will be made to underscore the relevancy and appropriateness of Kiswahili literary works.  

Classical Sociological Theory

The course addresses analyses of the major classical sociological theory aimed at exploring the theoretical and methodological foundations of Sociology as a discipline. Classical contemporary and post modernistic Sociological theories are treated in relationship to practical situations in developing countries. The course equips students with tools of analysis that can help them to interpret the current realities in African societies.  

People and Cultures of Africa

The African continent has varied people and cultural traditions. The north has Arabs, the Sahel and Nilo-Saharan stock of people. The horn of Africa has Cushites and the rest of Africa is made of myriad of agriculturalists, pastoralists, and foragers ranging from the Bantu speakers to Khoisan speakers. The course focuses on selected groups of people from different parts of Africa in order to understand their nature, cultural set-up and identity. It is appropriate course for students in all disciplines.  

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.  

Management of Ethical and Human Rights’ Dilemmas

The course on the management of ethical and human rights dilemmas intends to help students to learn the skills and principles of managing ethical and human rights dilemmas. These are ethical dilemmas like; choosing between ethically unfavorable alternatives, and human right dilemmas like choosing between alternatives that are unfavorable to sound practice of human rights.   


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