Tangaza University College May 2019 Intake

By | April 16, 2019

Tangaza University College May 2019 Intake


Programme Description

Social transformation involves a new organization of all social economic, cultural and technological identities involving women, minorities, professionals and communities in order to improve human dignity and social justice. Social transformation means creative strategic influence and collective decision for realisation of human rights. Africa at the present time is setting down the foundations of the future shape of its societies. It is of crucial importance to train professional leadership in the area of governance, economic planning, social policy, mass organizations for the rural and urban poor, and advocacy groups on how to bring about social transformation for sustainable development.

Areas of specialization

Management, security and sustainable peace, sustainable development, governance ministry and social entrepreneurship

Uniqueness of the Programs

  • The only doctoral programs specially tailored on social transformation.
  • Interdisciplinary approaches: Social Sciences, Social entrepreneurship, Ministry, natural sciences and humanities.
  • It integrates theory and action into an organic praxis with the aim of social transformation.

Key Competences

  • Carry out high quality research
  • Facilitate and advocate for transformation
  • Teach in institute of higher learning
  • Disseminate and publish research findings
  • Design relevant models in the areas specialization


3 years

Programme Description

Objective of the Programme

To prepare educational professionals in Guidance and Counselling for purposes of helping children, adolescents and youth.

Admission requirement

Straight entry: Bachelor of Education, with a minimum of Upper Second Class Honors or its equivalence from a recognized University.

Exempted entry: Bachelor Education with Lower Second Class Honors or its equivalent from a recognized University with relevant work experience of not less than three years.

Entry with Bridging: Bachelor’s degree in any subject, with a minimum of Upper Second Class Honors or its equivalence from a recognized University, with 5 units of basic courses in psychology and/or counselling.


The course lasts 2 years ,6 semesters

Our intakes are in May, August and January(full time, part time). Holiday based programmes are also available.