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Principles of Enviromental Education

Basic concepts of Environment and Environmental education . General Environmental concerns, local, national, regional and global. Environment (you) the community and county interactions. Introduction to Environmental Education in Uganda. Cultural (tribal) names, practices and environmental issues in Uganda in public education and sensitization in Environmental matters. Role of NGO’s in Environmental Education, Advocacy and community mobilization. Environmental policies in Uganda.

Soil Morphology and Classification

Definition of soil morphology and classification. Soil body and its development. Soils as autonomous bodies. Principles, practices and applications of soil morphology. Soil profile & site description and interpretation. Importance and application soil classification. Procedures in soil classification. Soil taxonomy, categories and nomenclature. Soil classification systems. Advances in soil classification.


The course equips students with knowledge and skills in analysis of qualitative and quantitative data. It covers: definition of basic statistical concepts; descriptive statistics; data coding, summarizing and presentation techniques; analyzing, and drawing conclusions from data using both qualitative and quantitative research methods.


The importance of integrating crosscutting issues in development. Concepts and relevance of various crosscutting issues in agricultural and rural development (including gender, environment, HIV/AIDS).

Introduction to Communication for Agrarian Development

The course introduces students to communication theory, models and processes. It equips them with various skills in communication (including public speaking, lobbying and advocacy) and communication strategy development and implementation in public, private and non-governmental organizations (NGO) to help them facilitate change in agriculture and rural development.  


The course introduces students to basic concepts, principles and theories of agricultural and rural development; and creates awareness and appreciation of the national, regional and global policy environment and its implications for agricultural and rural development.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 

Sociology of Tourism

Course Description:The course introduces students to key sociological concepts and theories which are relevant in tourism. Tourism emerges from social constructions and it is importance for student to gain knowledge in this discipline so as to be able to think critically about tourism.Course Objectives:

  • Understand the general concepts in sociology
  • Explain the key theories within sociology of tourism
  • Apply the knowledge of sociology in tourism.


Principles of Tourism

Course Description:A foundation course to provide students with an understanding of tourism as a discipline and as a business. It introduces the principles and concepts in tourism and elaborates on the different tourism products and organization. It gives the necessary hospitality management background and development trends in the tourism industry.  Course Objectives:

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