Management & Entrepreneurial Development Studies & Information Systems
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Department Chairperson - Ms. Ennety Rozario
Ms Ennety Ruzario holds a Masters in Business Administration (MBA) from the National University of Science and Technology (NUST), Bulawayo, Zimbabwe. She has also completed a Bachelor of Education (BEd) degree with the University of Zimbabwe, (UZ), and Advanced Diploma in Education supervision and a certificate in Education with the same university.
The Undergraduate and Post graduate degree regulations are special Faculty Regulations which should be read in conjunction with the General Academic Regulations of the University.
These Faculty Regulations, including the provision for admission, the programmes, courses within the programmes and schemes of examinations shall be subject to the approval of the Senate.
The Senate shall have the final authority on the interpretation of these Regulations and reserves the right to alter, amend, replace or cancel any part of the Faculty regulations.
The University reserves the right to withdraw a programme if deemed necessary.
A student shall be bound by a set of regulations operational at the time of enrolment.
In these Regulations the following terms shall be used as defined:
Programme: a plan of study, lasting over a specific period, which leads to a degree, diploma or certificate.
Semester: a prescribed period of an academic year normally made up of between twelve and fifteen weeks of study including teaching, revision and examinations.
Course: a discipline or field of study which a student may take as a component of her/his programme.
Coursework: prescribed form of assessment/assignments to be completed within a specific period and forming part of a student’s final assessment.
To equip students with lifelong skills in business management and entrepreneurship development and the ability to use Information Computer Technology (ICT) to solve enterprise-related challenges.
Duration and Structure of Programmes
The normal duration of certificates and diploma programmes shall be as follows:
The undergraduate certificate programme shall be one academic year full-time or two academic years part-time.
The undergraduate diploma programme shall be two academic years full-time or four academic years part-time.
The graduate diploma programme shall be one academic year full-time or two academic years part-time.
An academic year of study shall comprise two semesters and the structure of each programme shall be determined by each Faculty.
The final year shall build on the experience gained by the student during the placement year. The experience shall be related to theory taught in that year. Those who are already working shall be assessed at their work places provided it is approved by the Faculty.
The Department of Management offers the following diploma, undergraduate and postgraduate degrees:
- Diploma in Project Planning Management
- Executive Diploma in Management
- Bachelor of Science Honours Management and Entrepreneurial Development Studies
- Bachelor of Science Honours Information Systems
- Masters in Business Administration
- Master of Science in Strategic Marketing Management