Economic and Management

Rwanda is a member of EAC and CEPGL, and has recently integrated into the Commonwealth; but the economic situation and the general status of enterprises is still low. There is need to train the Rwandan Community to the entrepreneurial spirit. It is in this perspective that the program of Economics and Management was designed to prepare students for a variety of career opportunities requiring good management. These opportunities include: Training, customer care services, public relations, business, etc. Furthermore, this programme aims at preparing students to work for both public and private institutions at the national and international levels. The major modules that will be taught in this programme relate to economics and Management in theory and practice, Entrepreneurship, and related skills to that areas.
Students may study for Diploma, Advanced Diploma or the Bachelor's Degree.

MODULES

Level No Module Name Module Code
Level I 1 Philosophy, Ethics and Rwandan Culture B101
2 Introduction to Communication Skills and ICT B102
3 Initiation to Research B106
4 Life Skills B105
5 Introduction to Economics B104
6 Development Economics B151
7 Applied Mathematics B152
8 Entrepreneurship for Business B155
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Level II 9 Accounting B203
10 Financial and Legal Control B201
11 Microeconomics B224
12 Macroeconomics B276
13 Managerial Skills B274
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Level III 14 Leadership and Administration Leadership and Administration
15 Statistics for economists B323
16 Managing Operations and People B324
17 Project Management B301
18 Communication strategies B303
Level No Module Name Module Code
Level IV 19 Marketing and Promotion B421
20 Logistics and Supply Chain B404
21 Research Methods B402
Level No Module Name Module Code
Level V 22 Placement1 B400
23 Money and Banking B522
24 Managing the environment B521
25 Strategic Management and Management theory B501
26 Applied ICT B523
27 Placement B500
28 Dissertation B599

Key Facts

Award Type: Degree/Diploma in Development Studies (Economics and Management).
Level: Undergraduate
Study mode: Daytime, Evenings or Weekends
Course Length: Diploma - 2 years; BA (Hons)-3 years
Language of teaching: English
Start Month: September; February
Entry requirements: Entry Requirements: Successful completion of secondary L6; Two principal passes; ability to study in English

In line with our policy of continual improvement, all programs are subject to change.