Academic Programmes

Business Studies

Apparently everybody in Uganda loves to have a business attachment to supplement on the incomes got for survival in the trying times of economic depression. Mr.Kato Hussein is the head of department that started in August 2009, it has 20 members of staff as of now. Kato Yuda is in charge of morning session and coordinates industrial training(internship), Mr. Zirimu Fred is in charge of afternoon session (Career Talks), Mr.Matovu Abdu in charge of evening session and external exams (UNEB & UBTEB)

There are three intakes in a year i.e. January and May are morning session, September are both evening and afternoon.

BBA:- Bachelors degree is offered on weekend and evening sessions. Two principle passes are requirements for enrollment.

UNIQUENESS OF THE DEPARTMENT

Its tailor-made
It has a variety of marketable courses
It has a national dimension(it addresses the academic requirements of the National council of Higher Education)
To produce self reliant products who will be able to create jobs
To produce quality planners and managers required by the contemporary business world
It has clearly defined courses desirable in the job market and all finalists in the department are taught Accounting computer packages to increase their opportunities in the job market and to meet the expectations of most employers
All our students do examinations UNEB/UBTEB

PROSPECTUS

Elementary course in business was started for those student who didn’t make it to senior four.
There is an intention to begin the following courses.
Banking finance and insurance courses
Banking and microfinance

All our students do external Examinations UNEB / UBTEB 

ACADEMIC STRUCTURE

CERTIFICATE   IN   ACCOUNTANCY-ACC

YEAR 1 : QUARTER 1

COURSE CODE

COURSE NAME

CU

 


 

COM 110

Communication  Skills

3

 

 

ACC 111

Fundamentals  of  Management

3

 

 

ECO 230

Economics

3

 

 

YEAR 1 :  QUARTER 2

ACC120

Fundamentals Of Accounting

3

 

 

ACC121

Business  Calculations

3

 

 

ACC122

Office   practice

3

 

 

COF 140

Computer   Fundamentals 

3

 

 

YEAR 1 :  QUARTER 3

ACC131

Elements  of  Auditing

4

 

 

ACC132

General  Principles  of  Law

3

 

 

YEAR 2 : QUARTER 1

ACC211

Principles of Cost Accounting

4

 

 

ACC212

Industrial Training

4

 

 

CSC113

Computer Applications

3

 

 

CSC215

Computerized Accounting

3

 

 

ENT 140

Entrepreneurship

3

 

 

DIPLOMA ACCOUNTANCY-ACD

YEAR 1 : QUARTER 1

COURSE CODE

COURSE NAME

CU

 

 

ACD111

Business Organization & Management

3

 

 

COM210

Communication Skills

3

 

 

ECO230

Economics 

4

 

 

YEAR 1 :  QUARTER 2

ACD100

Financial Accounting I       

3

 

 

COF240

Computer Fundamentals

3

 

 

ENT240

Business  Entrepreneurship

3

 

 

YEAR 1 :  QUARTER 3

ACD131

Statistics

4

 

 

ACD132

Business Law

3

 

 

ACD133

Production Management

3

 

 

YEAR 2 : QUARTER 1

ACD211

Taxation Management

3

 

 

REM210

Research Methodology

4

 

 

YEAR 2 : QUARTER 2

ACD221

Cost Accounting

4

 

 

ACD222

Business Finance

3

 

 

ACD223

Auditing & Business Ethics

3

 

 

REP220

Research Project

4

 

 

YEAR 2 : QUARTER 3

ACD231

Financial Accounting II

4

 

 

ACD232

Internship

3

 

 

CSD113

Computer Applications

3

 

 

CSD236

Computerized Accounting

3

 

 

ENT240

Business  Entrepreneurship

3

 

 

         

CERTIFICATE BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (CBA)

YEAR 1 : QUARTER 1

COURSE CODE

COURSE NAME

CU

 

 

CBA111

Fundamentals of Management

3

 

 

COM110

Communication Skills

3

 

 

ECO230

Economics 

3

 

 

YEAR 1 :  QUARTER 2

ACC120

Fundamentals Of Accounting

3

 

 

CBA121

Office Practice

3

 

 

CBA122

Fundamentals of Marketing      

4

 

 

COF140

Computer Fundamentals         

3

 

 

YEAR 1 :  QUARTER 3

CBA131

Elements of Auditing           

3

 

 

CBA132

General Principles of Law    

4

 

 

CBA133

Fundamentals of Business Administration

3

 

 

YEAR 2 : QUARTER 1

CBA211

Principles of Cost Accounting

3

 

 

CBA212

Industrial Training

3

 

 

CSC113

Computer Applications

3

 

 

CSC215

Computerized Accounting

3

 

 

 

DIPLOMA BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (DBA)

YEAR 1 : QUARTER 1

COURSE CODE

COURSE NAME

CU

 

 

COM210

Communication Skills

3

 

 

ECO230

Economics 

3

 

 

DBA111

Business Organization & Management       

4

 

 

YEAR 1 :  QUARTER 2

ACD100

Financial Accounting I        

3

 

 

ENT240

Business  Entrepreneurship

3

 

 

DBA122

Fundamentals of Marketing      

3

 

 

YEAR 1 : QUARTER 3

DBA131

Statistics

3

 

 

DBA132

Business Law

3

 

 

DBA133

Production Management

3

 

 

YEAR 2: QUARTER 1

DBA211

Taxation Management

3

 

 

DBA212

Banking Practice

3

 

 

DBA213

Banking Laws

4

 

 

REM210

Research Methodology

4

 

 

YEAR 2 : QUARTER 2

CSD113

Computer Applications

3

 

 

DBA221

Cost & Management Accounting

4

 

 

DBA222

Financial Analysis

3

 

 

DBA223

Employment Law & Industrial Relations

3

 

 

DBA225

Auditing & Business Ethics

4

 

 

REP220

Research Project

4

 

 

YEAR 2 : QUARTER 3

CSD113

Computer Applications

3

 

 

CSD236

Computerized Accounting

3

 

 

DBA231

Intermediate Accounting

3

 

 

DBA232

Banking Practice & Principles

3

 

 

DBA233

International Financial Markets & Banking

4

 

 

DBA234

Internship

3

 

 

DBA235

Human Resource Policy & Practice

3

 

 

DBA238

Information Management System

3

 

 

ENT240

Business  Entrepreneurship

3

 

 

 

PROJECT PLANNING CERTIFICATE (PLC)

YEAR1: QUARTER 1

COURSE CODE

COURSE NAME

CU

 

 

COM110

Communication Skills

3

 

 

ECO230

Economics 

3

 

 

PLC111

Fundamentals of Management

4

 

 

YEAR 1: QUARTER2

ACC120

Fundamentals Of Accounting

3

 

 

COF140

Computer Fundamentals                

3

 

 

PLC121

Fundamentals of Purchasing & Supplies

3

 

 

PLC122

Storage & Inventory Management

4

 

 

YEAR 1 : QUARTER 3

PLC131

General Principles of Law

3

 

 

PLC132

Logistics & Transport Management

3

 

 

PLC133

Procurement & Supplies

3

 

 

YEAR 2 : QUARTER

CSC113

Computer Applications

3

 

 

ENT140

Entrepreneurship

3

 

 

PLC211

Principles of cost Accounting

3

 

 

PLC212

Procurement Applications

5

 

 

PLC213

Industrial Training

4

 

 

DIPLOMA PROJECT PLANNING PLD

YEAR1: QUARTER 1

COURSE CODE

COURSE NAME

CU

 

 

COM210

Communication Skills

3

 

 

ECO230

Economics 

4

 

 

PLD111

Business Organization & Management

4

 

 

YEAR1: QUARTER 2

ACD100

Financial Accounting I        

3

 

 

ENT240

Business  Entrepreneurship

3

 

 

PLD122

Purchasing & Supplies 1

3

 

 

PLD123

Storage & Inventory Management

4

 

 

YEAR 1 : QUARTER 3

PLD131

Statistics

4

 

 

PLD132

Legal Aspects of Purchasing & Supplies

4

 

 

PLD133

Logistics & Transport Management

3

 

 

PLD134

Procurement & Supplies II

3

 

 

YEAR 2: QUARTER 1

PLD211

Procurement Applications

3

 

 

REM210

Research Methodology

4

 

 

YEAR 2: QUARTER 2

CSD113

Computer Applications

3

 

 

PLD221

Cost & Management Accounting

4

 

 

PLD222

Financial   Management

4

 

 

PLD223

Auditing & business Ethics

4

 

 

REP220

Research Project

4

 

 

YEAR 2: QUARTER 3

CSD113

Computer Applications

3

 

 

CSD236

Computerized Accounting

3

 

 

ENT240

Business  Entrepreneurship

3

 

 

PLD231

Public & Private Sector Procurement

3

 

 

PLD232

Customs, Clearing & Forwarding

4

 

 

PLD233

Internship

4

 

 

         


Contact the head of Department at: 
business@yci.ac.ug

COURSE CODE COURSE NAME
BBA BACHELORS BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
DBA DIPLOMA BUSINESS ADMINISTRTAION
CBA CERTIFICATE BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
ACD DIPLOMA ACCOUNTING
ACC CERTFICATE ACCOUTING
PLD DIPLOMA PROCUREMENT & LOGISTICS PLANNING
PLC CERTIFICATE PROCUREMENT & LOGISTICS PLANNING

Apply for bachelors 

Apply for diploma|certificate

ENTRY REQUIREMENT FOR BACHELORS

Two principle passes.

Entry Qualifications for DIPLOMA
A’level or Certificate in Business studies or the equivalent qualifications
Duration: 2 years Time: 5.30 p.m - 8.30pm
8.00 a.m - 1.00 p.m
1.00 p.m. - 5.00 p.m

Entry requirement for CERTIFICATE

‘O’ Level certificate or the Equivalent qualifications

Duration: 2 years Time: 8.00 a.m - 12.30pm
1.00 a.m - 5.00 p.m
5.30 p.m. - 8.30 p.m

 

Catering & Hotel Management

WORD FROM HEAD OF DEPARTMENT
It is exactly 19 years since the department enrolled the first four students. We now admit an average of 800 students per year. The practical nature of our programmes prepare students academically and give them the knowledge essentials for a successful hospitality career. The department enjoys strong links with many of the national and international hospitality companies including government departments who sometimes prefer direct campus recruitment for future talent. We provide a very strong foundation for a future carreer in the industry. A combination of small, hands-on classess and critical attention to professional practices and atiquettes makes us the best choice in the country and the region.

We have invested in a model hotel for the first round of off-class exposure before they are sent out for trials in the field. Our almni can be found working in the industry anywhere in the region and beyond, and are a testimony of our success. The Admissions run throughout the year for any of the following programmes: Elementary Certificate, Advanced Certificate and Ordinary Diploma in Catering and Hotel Management. Immediate future plans include starting specialized programs in culinary art, Front Office and Accommodation studies, Food and Beverage Service Supervision, Bar Operations and Management. Lastly, and most importantly, The bachelors Degree program in catering and Hotel Management
Its a very wise decision to Join us. For God and my Country.

PROGRAMMER’S OF THE DEPARTMENT

Degree in hotel and institutional catering is offered in the EVENING & WEEKEND sessions for three years. Two principle passes are required are requirements for enrollment.

Diploma in hotel and institutional catering is offered in the morning, afternoon and evening for two years
Certificate in hotel and institutional catering for morning and afternoon sessions.
Elementary certificate in catering for students between primary seven and senior three is also offered in one year.

ENROLLMENT:
Enrollment for elementary certificate has 103 students
Advanced Certificate has 520 students
Diploma has 280 students
The total enrollment range is 1000 students
The teaching staff are motivated by the head to believe that course is a professional
The course is pratical oriented; emphasis is hands on compared to theoretical training
There is linkage to industry and other stake holders e.g. hotels, major restaurants, leisure parks etc. resource people are always brought to talk to students.

Internship for students is compulsory before graduation.

DISCIPLINE:The emphasis is put in respecting professional institutional and dress code. Pratical exams are given to check the competences of the students.We offer the strategic approach to monitor what the market demands.
PROSPECTS
We intend to construct a model hotel of about 50 rooms
Regional and international benchmarking for staff to see what is done elsewhere will be embarked on.
All lecturers must have a minimum of a bachelor’s degree in catering and hotel management

ACADEMIC STRUCTURE

HOTEL AND INSTITUTIONAL CATERING CERTIFICATE-CAC

YEAR 1: QUARTER 1

SUBJECT NAME

CODE

CU

 

 

Business French

CAC111

3

 

 

Food Preparation 1

CAC112

4

 

 

Principles Of Hygiene        

CAC113

3

 

 

YEAR 1: QUARTER 2

Accommodation

CAC121

4

 

 

Store-Keeping               

CAC122

4

 

 

Food and Beverage Service 1

CAC123

4

 

 

YEAR 1: QUARTER 3

Fundamentals of Nutrition                     

CAC131

4

 

 

Communication Skills

COM110

4

 

 

Computer Applications

CSC113

3

 

 

YEAR 2: QUARTER 1

Book-Keeping                         

CAC211

3

 

 

Food and Beverage Service II

CAC212

4

 

 

Food Preparation 11

CAC213

4

 

 

Industrial Training

CAC214

6

 

 

Computer Applications

CSC113

3

 

 


           
HOTEL AND INSTITUTIONAL CATERING DIPLOMA-CAD

YEAR 1: QUARTER 1

SUBJECT NAME

CODE

CU

 

 

Food production 1

CAD111

4

 

 

Business French

CAD112

4

 

 

Stores Management

CAD113

4

 

 

YEAR 1: QUARTER 2

Business Management

CAD121

3

 

 

Accommodation Operations

CAD122

4

 

 

Principles of Nutrition

CAD132

3

 

 

Principles of Economics

ECO230

3

 

 

YEAR 1: QUARTER 3

Food and Beverage Service and Customer Care

CAD131

4

 

 

Principles of Nutrition

CAD132

3

 

 

Food Practical 1

CAD133

5

 

 

Business Communication Skills

COM210

4

 

 

YEAR 2: QUARTER 1

Front office Operations and Administration

CAD211

4

 

 

Food production II

CAD213

5

 

 

Computer Fundamentals

COF240

3

 

 

Research Methodology

REM210

3

 

 

YEAR 2: QUARTER 2

Housekeeping and Accommodation Studies

CAD221

4

 

 

Food and beverage costing and Budgets

CAD222

4

 

 

Nutrition and Deities

CAD223

3

 

 

Computer  Applications

CSD113

4

 


 

Research Project

REP220

2

 

 

YEAR 2: QUARTER 3

Principles of Accounting

ACD100

3

 

 

Food and beverage Management

CAD231

4

 

 

Hygiene and Microbiology

CAD232

4

 

 

Food Practical II

CAD233

5

 

 

Industrial Training

CAD234

4

 

 


HOTEL AND INSTITUTIONAL CATERING ELEMENTARY CERTIFICATE-CAE

YEAR 1: QUARTER 1

SUBJECT NAME

CODE

CU

 

 

Fundamentals of food preparations and cooking

CAE111

3

 

 

Fundamentals of Food Hygiene and Nutrition

CAE112

4

 

 

YEAR 1: QUARTER 2

Elements of Hotel Reception

CAE121

3

 

 

Elements of House Keeping

CAE122

4

 

 

Introduction to Business Calculation

CAE123

3

 

 

YEAR 1: QUARTER 3

English Language

CAE131

3

 

 

Basic Food Presentation   

CAE132

3

 

 

Cookery Practical

CAE133

5

 

 

 

For More information about the department, contact the head at: catering@yci.ac.ug

COURSE CODE COURSE NAME
CAD DIPLOMA CATERING & HOTEL MANAGEMENT
CAC CERTIFICATE CATERING & HOTEL MANAGEMENT
CAE ELEMENTARY CATERING & HOTEL MANAGEMENT

Minimum Entry Qualification for Elementary

Atleast Post Primary Level
Duration 1 Year

Other Requirements

1. Cookery Materials for every term Shs. 20,000
2. A ream of Photocopying Paper (Rotatrim)

UNIFORM:
1. Boys: A black trouser. White long sleeved shirt & Black tie.
2. Girls: A black skirt (Panel), a white long sleeved shirt & black tie.

Electrical

The course provides the underpinning knowledge in electrotechnology and safety necessary to progress or embark on a career in this industry. It is designed for people eager to enter apprenticeships, professionals who need a working knowledge of electrical installations, security alarm fitters, aerial installers and others involved in the construction industry as well as serious DIY practitioners.

ELECTRICAL

CERTIFICATEELECTRICAL ENGINEERING - EIC

YEAR 1 : QUARTER 1

SUBJECT NAME

CODE

CU

 

 

Communication skills  

COM110

3

 

 

Electrical principles

EIC111

3

 

 

Electrical Installation Work

EIC112

 3

 

 

Workshop Practice 1

EIC113

 3

 

 

Business calculations

EIC114

 3

 

 

YEAR 1 : QUARTER 2

Business calculations

EIC114

4

 

 

electrical repair and servicing 1

EIC121

3

 

 

Electrical Regulations 1

EIC122

4

 

 

Project 1

EIC123

4

 

 

YEAR 1 : QUARTER 2

Computer Fundamentals

COF140

3

 

 

Computer Applications

CSC113

4

 

 

Solar

EIC124

3

 

 

Electrical Principles II

EIC131

4

 

 

Electrical Installation work  II

EIC132

4

 

 

Workshop Practice II

EIC133

4

 

 

YEAR 2 : QUARTER 1

Electrical Repair and servicing

EIC211

3

 

 

Electrical Regulations II

EIC212

4

 

 

Project

EIC213

4

 

 

Electronics

EIC214

4

 

 

Industrial Training

EIC215

3

 

 

 

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING DIPLOMA

YEAR 1 : QUARTER 1

SUBJECT NAME

CODE

CU

 

 

Communication Skills

COM210

3

 

 

Electrical installation technology

EED111

4

 

 

Engineering Mathematics 1      

EED112

4

 

 

Electrical Engineering Science 1

EED113

4

 

 

Project 1

EED114

4

 

 

YEAR 1 : QUARTER 2

Mechanical engineering science I

EED121

4

 

 

Mechanical workshop technology and practice

EED122

2

 

 

Electrical power 1

EED123

4

 

 

Mechanical Engineering Drawing

EED124

4

 

 

YEAR 1 : QUARTER 3

Electrical engineering Science 11

EED131

4

 

 

Electrical Engineering Drawing

EED132

4

 

 

Project 11

EED133

4

 

 

Introduction to measurement 

EED134

3

 

 

Electrical power 11

EED135

4

 

 

YEAR 2 : QUARTER 1

Engineering Mathematics II

EED211

4

 

 

Electronics

EED212

4

 

 

Mechanical Engineering Science II

EED220

4

 

 

Entrepreneurship Skills

ENT140

3

 

 

Research Methodology

REM210

4

 

 

YEAR 2 : QUARTER 2

Computer Applications

CSD113

3

 

 

Fundamentals of communication system

EED221

4

 

 

Electrical Engineering Drawing

EED222

4

 

 

Real life Project I

EED223

3

 

 

Industrial Organization and Management

EED224

3

 

 

Research Project

REP220

3

 

 

YEAR 2 : QUARTER 3

Renewable energy         

EED231

3

 

 

Electrical workshop Technology & Practice

EED233

4

 

 

Real Life Project

EED234

4

 

 

Instrumentation & Control

EED235

3

 

 

Industrial Training

EED236

4

 

 

Electronics II

EED312

3

 

 

 

ELEMENTALRY ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION- EEC

YEAR 1 : QUARTER 1

SUBJECT NAME

CODE

CU

 

 

Communication skills  

COM110

3

 

 

Electrical installation work

EEC100

3

 

 

Electrical principles

EEC101

3

 

 

Technology

EPC101

3

 

 

Plumbing Practical

EPC102

4

 

 

Project Work

EPC103

4

 

 

YEAR 1 : QUARTER 2

Electrical Regulations I

EEC120

4

 

 

Electrical Repair and Servicing

EEC121

4

 

 

Business Calculations

EEC122

4

 

 

Project  I

EEC123

4

 

 

YEAR 1 : QUARTER 3

Computer Fundamentals

COF140

3

 

 

Computer Applications

CSC113

4

 

 

Electrical principles II

EEC131

4

 

 

Electrical Installation work II

EEC132

4

 

 

Solar

EEC133

3

 

 

Workshop Practice II

EEC134

4

 

 

 

 

 

CERTIFICATE IN PLUMBING & FITTING

YEAR 1 : QUARTER 1

SUBJECT NAME

CODE

CU

 

 

Communication skills  

COM110

3

 

 

Technology 1

CPF111

4

 

 

Technical Drawing

CPF112

4

 

 

Workshop Practice 1

CPF113

4

 

 

Business calculations

EIC114

3

 

 

YEAR 1 : QUARTER 2

Technology II

CPF121

4

 

 

Business Calculations

CPF122

4

 

 

Technical Drawing II

CPF123

4

 

 

Project 1

CPF124

4

 

 

YEAR 1 : QUARTER 3

Water and Sanitation Rules 1

CPF131

4

 

 

Plumbing Theory 1

CPF132

4

 

 

Workshop Practice II

CPF133

4

 

 

Computer Applications

CSC113

4

 

 

YEAR 2 : QUARTER 1

Applied Mathematics

CPF211

4

 

 

Water and Sanitation II

CPF212

4

 

 

Plumbing Theory 1

CPF213

4

 

 

Plumbing Theory II

CPF214

4

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

For more information, contact the department at: electrical@yci.ac.ug

COURSE CODE COURSE NAME
EID DIPLOMA ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING
EIC CERTFICATE ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING
EEC ELEMENTARY ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING
CPF CERTIFICATE PLUMBIMG & FITTING

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Entry requirements for diploma
At least (1) one principal pass in science subjects in, Mathematics, Physics or Chemistry with 2 subisiary passes at “A” level or certificate in Electrical Installation or the equivalent qualification.
Duration: 2 years
Time: 8:00 am -12:30 pm
1:00pm - 5: 00pm

 

 Entry requirements for certificate

 At least 5 passes at “O” level including Maths and English Language.

Duration: 2 years
Time: 8:00PM - 12:30 PM
1:00AM - 5:00PM

Counselling & Guidance

Guidance and counseling involves helping troubled persons to go through bad situations by relieving them from such problems hence coping up with life. The department started in 2004.

Its main objective is:

To increase the individual competence in service delivery for example of social workers, teachers, counselors, nurses and any other person in social administration.

ACADEMIC STRUCTURE

GUIDANCE AND COUNSELLING CERITIFICATE-GCC

YEAR 1: QUARTER 1

SUBJECT NAME

CODE

CU

 

 

Introduction to Psychology

GCC111

3

 

 

childhood and adolescent problems

GCC112

3

 

 

Life Skills

GCC113

3

 

 

Issues in Counseling

GCC114

3

 

 

Language and Public Communication

GCC115

3

 

 

YEAR 1: QUARTER 2

Computer Applications

CSC113

3

 

 

Communication Skills

GCC110

3

 

 

Family Counseling

GCC121

5

 

 

Career & Occupation Counselling

GCC122

3

 

 

YEAR 1: QUARTER 3

Stress and Stress Management

GCC131

4

 

 

Issues in HIV/AIDS Counselling

GCC132

5

 

 

Counselling Skills

GCC133

5

 

 

YEAR 2: QUARTER 1

Counselling Practicum

GCC211

3

 

 

 GUIDANCE AND COUNSELLING DIPLOMA-GCD

YEAR 1: QUARTER 1

SUBJECT NAME

CODE

CU

 

 

Communication Skills

GCD110

3

 

 

Childhood and Adolescent Problems

GCD112

3

 

 

Issues in Counselling

GCD113

3

 

 

Life Skills

GCD114

3

 

 

Pastoral and Spiritual Counselling

GCD115

4

 

 

YEAR 1: QUARTER 2

Computer Applications

CSD113

3

 

 

Counselling Theories

GCD121

4

 

 

Psychometric Assessment

GCD122

3

 

 

Family and Group Counselling

GCD123

4

 

 

Family and Children’s' Right

GCD124

3

 

 

YEAR 1: QUARTER 3

Organisation Management Theories

GCD131

3

 

 

Counselling  Skills

GCD132

4

 

 

Development Psychology

GCD133

3

 

 

Gender and Reproductive Health

GCD134

3

 

 

Programme Development and Project Design

GCD135

3

 

 

YEAR 2: QUARTER 1

Differential, Social and Community Psychology

GCD211

3

 

 

Career and Occupation Counselling

GCD212

3

 

 

Trauma Counselling

GCD213

3

 

 

Research Methods

REM210

3

 

 

YEAR 2: QUARTER 2

Issues In HIV/AIDS Counselling

GCD221

5

 

 

Counselling workshop

GCD223

3

 

 

YEAR 2: QUARTER 3

Differential, Social and Community Psychology

GCD211

3

 

 

Issues In HIV/AIDS Counselling

GCD221

3

 

 

Counselling workshop

GCD223

5

 

 

Counselling Practicum 11

GCD231

5

 

 

For More Information contact the head of department at: counseling@yci.ac. 

COURSE NAME COURSE CODE
GCD Diploma Guidance & Counseling 
GCC Certificate Guidance & Counselling

DIPLOMA IN GUIDANCE AND CONSELLING ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

Entry Qualification: ‘A’ Level and above or the equivalent qualifications

Duration; 2 years

Entry Qualification for Certificate

O’level and above
Duration: 11/2 year


Journalism & MassCommunication

The Certificate course for Electrical Installation is 2 years and the diploma for Electrical Engineering is also 2 years.
The current annual in takes schedule is May (morning) August (Afternoon) for both certificate and diploma courses.
The department has a well equipped Electrical Installation, Repairs & Maintenance workshop with modern equipment.
The journalism and Mass communication section has spacious TV and Radio studios where students carryout their practices.

All courses in the department are practical oriented; emphasis is hands on compared to theoretical training.
There is a linkage to industry and other stakeholders for practical experience.
Internship for students is compulsory.

PROSPECTS
We intend to bring more courses on board like Architecture, building & Civil Engineering, bricklaying & Concrete practice, plumbing for E. African countries, Motor vehicle technology etc.

ACADEMIC STRUCTURE

JOURNALISM AND MASS-COMMUNICATION CERTIFICATE-JMC

YEAR 1: QUARTER 1

SUBJECT NAME

CODE

CU

 

 

Basic Principles in Journalism

JMC111

3

 

 

Broadcast News Writing & Reporting

JMC112

4

 

 

Radio & Television  Broadcasting Skills (Theory)

JMC113

4

 

 

Basic Techniques of Information Gathering

JMC114

3

 

 

Basic Principles of Communication in Journalism

JMC115

4

 

 

YEAR 1: QUARTER 2

History of the Press in Uganda

JMC121

3

 

 

Basic Media Communication Skills

JMC122

3

 

 

Introduction to Writing for Print Media

JMC123

4

 

 

Introduction to Radio Broadcasting Skills (Practical)

JMC124

4

 

 

YEAR 1: QUARTER 3

Computer Fundamentals

COF140

3

 

 

Public Affairs Reporting

JMC131

3

 

 

Introduction to Government, Media & Society

JMC132

3

 

 

Television Broadcasting Skills (Practical)

JMC133

4

 

 

YEAR 2: QUARTER 1

Computer Applications

CSC113

3

 

 

Introduction to Media Law

JMC211

4

 

 

Speech and Language Skills

JMC212

4

 

 

Special Project & Report Writing

JMC213

3

 

 

Internship

JMC214

4

 

 

 JOURNALISM AND MASS-COMMUNICATION DIPLOMA-JMD

YEAR 1: QUARTER 1

SUBJECT NAME

CODE

CU

 

 

Introduction to Journalism

JMD111

3

 

 

Broadcast News Writing & Reporting

JMD112

4

 

 

Radio & Television Broadcasting Skills (theory)

JMD113

4

 

 

Information Gathering Techniques

JMD114

3

 

 

Communication in Journalism

JMD115

3

 

 

YEAR 1: QUARTER 2

Sociology

JMD121

3

 

 

Media Communication Skills

JMD122

3

 

 

Writing for Print Media

JMD123

4

 

 

Radio Broadcasting Skills (Practical)

JMD124

4

 

 

YEAR 1: QUARTER 3

Computer Fundamentals

COF240

3

 

 

Entrepreneurship

ENT240

3

 

 

Television Broadcasting Skills (practical)

JMD131

4

 

 

Public Affairs Reporting

JMD132

3

 

 

Government Media & society

JMD133

3

 

 

YEAR 2: QUARTER 1

Media Law

JMD211

3

 

 

Speech & Language Skills

JMD212

3

 

 

Newspaper & Magazine Production

JMD213

3

 

 

Research Methodology

REM210

3

 

 

YEAR 2: QUARTER 2

Media Ethics

JMD221

3

 

 

Photo Journalism

JMD222

3

 

 

Public Relations

JMD223

3

 

 

Research Project

REP220

3

 

 

YEAR 2: QUARTER 3

Economics

ECO230

3

 

 

Human Rights

JMD231

3

 

 

Digital Journalism

JMD232

3

 

 

Political Science

JMD233

4

 

 

Industrial Training

JMD234

4

 

 

 

 For Inquiries Contact the department Head by mail at: journalism@yci.ac.ug

COURSE CODE COURSE CODE
JMD DIPLOMA JOURNALISM
JMC CERTIFICATE JOURNALISM

Entry Requirement for Diploma in JOURNALISM AND MASS COMMUNICATION:
At least (1) one principal pass at “A” level plus atleast (5) five passes at “O” level including English Language.
Duration 2 yearS

Entry Requirements for Certificate

:At least five (5) passes at “O” level including English language
Duration: 1 1/2 Year

Secretarial Studies

OBJECTIVES

  • To equip students with knowledge and skills of office and management that can enable them fully compete in the job market.
  • To introduce students to vast array of Job opportunities through out carrier information employ ability skills and industrial training
  • To shape students’ attitude and human relationships with “people skills”. The value of team work and self-confidence.
  • To provide practical up-to-date information that will prepare students for the competitive Job market.

PROSPECT

  • To increase enrollment
  • To train administrative assistants for corporations who can ably handle the office administration even in absence of the Boss.
  • To have inspired staff aiming at enhancing their academic qualifications.
  • To equip students with specialized computer packages required by modern automated offices

ACADEMIC STRUCTURE

SECRETARIAL STUDIES CERTIFICATE-SECC

YEAR 1 QUARTER 1

SUBJECT NAME

CODE

CU

 

 

Basic Business Communication

COM110

4

 

 

Basic Entrepreneurship

ENT140

4

 

 

Basic Business French

SEC111

3

 

 

Basic Business Swahili

SEC112

3

 

 

Commerce

SEC113

4

 

 

YEAR 1 QUARTER 2

Fundamentals of Accounting

ACC120

4

 

 

Basic shorthand 1(50-60 w.p.m)

SEC121

4

 

 

Basic Typewriting 1(25 w.p.m)

SEC122

4

 

 

YEAR 1 QUARTER 3

Computer Fundamentals

COF140

3

 

 

Computer Applications

CSC113

3

 

 

Basic Shorthand II (60-70 w.p.m)

SEC131

3

 

 

Basic Typewriting 11(30 w.p.m)

SEC132

4

 

 

YEAR 2 QUARTER 1

Computer Applications

CSC113

3

 

 

Secretarial Duties

SEC211

3

 

 

Office Practice

SEC212

4

 

 

Industrial training

SEC213

3

 

 

 SECRETARIAL STUDIES DIPLOMA-SECD

YEAR 1: QUARTER 1

SUBJECT NAME

CODE

CU

 

 

Communication Skills

COM210

4

 

 

Economics

ECO130

4

 

 

Entrepreneurship

ENT240

4

 

 

Business French 1

SED111

4

 

 

Business Swahili 1

SED112

5

 

 

YEAR 1: QUARTER 2

Fundamentals of Accounting

ACD100

4

 

 

Introduction to Typewriting 1 (25 w.p.m)

SED121

3

 

 

Shorthand 1 (50-60w.p.m)

SED122

4

 

 

Typewriting I (30 wpm)

SED131

5

 

 

YEAR 1: QUARTER 3

Computer Fundamentals

COF240

3

 

 

Computer Applications

CSD113

3

 

 

Typewriting I (30 wpm)

SED131

3

 

 

Short Hand 1

SED132

3

 

 

YEAR 2: QUARTER 1

Computer Applications

CSD113

3

 

 

Research Methodology

REM210

4

 

 

Computer and Data processing

SED211

4

 

 

Secretarial & Administrative Duties

SED212

4

 

 

General principles of Law

SED213

3

 

 

YEAR 2: QUARTER 2

Research Project

REP220

3

 

 

Word processing Application 1

SED221

4

 

 

Office  Management

SED222

3

 

 

Shorthand  11 (80 - 90wpm)

SED223

4

 

 

Typewriting 11 (40 wpm)

SED224

3

 

 

YEAR 2: QUARTER 3

Computer Applications

CSD113

3

 

 

Word Processing Application 11

SED231

4

 

 

Business Swahili  11

SED232

3

 

 

Business French   11

SED233

3

 

 

Records Management

SED234

4

 

 

Customer Care & Public Relations

SED235

3

 

 

Internship

SED236

4

 

 

Contact the head of department at: secretarial@yci.ac.ug

COURSE CODE COURSE NAME
BSA BACHELORS SECRETARIAL & ADMINISTARTIVE STUDIES
SECD DIPLOMA SECRETARIAL & ADMINISTARTIVE STUDIES
SECC CERTIFICATE SECRETARIAL & ADMINISTARTIVE STUDIES

Entry Requirements for bachelors:

Two principle passes are required for Degree program enrollment.

bachelors program is offered on Weekend and Evening sessions:

Duration: 3 years. 

Entry Qualification for Diploma

‘A’ Level and above or Certificate in Secretarial Course the equivalent qualifications
Duration: 2 years

Entry Qualification forCertifcate

‘0’ Level Certificate and above
Duration : 1 1/2 years