11 December 2012

Tanzania: MUCCoBS Registers More Educational Programmes

PROGRAMMES at Moshi University College of Cooperatives and Business Studies (MUCCoBS) has increased from 11 during 2004/ 2005 to 32 to-date, the Principal of MUCCoBS, Prof Faustine Bee told the 7th graduation assembly here at the week-end.

He mentioned the new programmes as Diploma in Library and Archival Studies, Bachelor of Arts in Business Economics, Bachelor of Laws, Bachelor of Science in Business Information and Communication Technology and Master of Arts in Procurement and Supply Management. Prof Bee said MUCCoBS will continue to expand its programmes as needs arise so that it could produce experts who will effectively compete in the labour market.

He said the college has, over the years, continued to provide social services through Institute of Continuing Cooperative Development and Education, Directorate of Research and Post-Graduate Studies and Directorate of Consultancy Services. He noted that through those institutions the college was able to conduct workshops, seminars and special training to various stakeholders and carry out research and provide consultancy services.

"MUCCoBS, through its Institute of Continuing Cooperative Development and Education (ICCDE), has continued to conduct short training courses in accordance with the needs of our stakeholders," he told the assembly. The principal noted further that courses were conducted at MUCCoBS and in 13 regional centres of the college.

Prof Bee also informed the audience that library services department has expanded and that, through the National Cooperative Library and Archieves, conducts Elementary Library Course, Certificate in Library and Information Sciences as well as Diploma in Library and Archival Studies.

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