Makerere University Speaks Out On Scrapping Off 18 Courses

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Makerere University has come out to clear the air about the phasing out of 19 courses effective 2020/2021 academic year.

The Vice-Chancellor Prof Barnabas Nawangwe stressed that the move is meant to eliminate duplication, ensure harmonization, and reduce on teaching load on staff to allow them to do research.

Nawangwe further noted that some of the affected courses are offered by other universities so they should be given chance to take on interested students

Nawangwe adds that some courses like computer engineering will be merged with Bachelor of Electrical Engineering, Business Statistics will be merged with Statistics, while Development Economics will be merged with Economics.

The phased-out courses include Bachelor of Science in Horticulture, Archives and Record Management, Science and Constructive Management, Computer Engineering, Human Nutrition, Meteorology, Wildlife Health and Management, Adult and Community Education, Agricultural Extension Education, and Bachelor of Arts in Development Economics.

Others are Bachelor of Community Psychology, Development Studies Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Business Statistics, Conservation Biology, Science in Telecommunication Engineering, Quantitative Economics, Agricultural and Rural Innovation and Library, and Information Sciences

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