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KISWAHILI ( P 100, 200, 300)


(a)       Kuwapa nafasi wanafunzi kuendelea na kukuza utaalam wao wa lugha ya Kiswahili.

(b)       Kuwajengea uwezo wa kutumia Kiswahili katika kazi zao za kisanii.

(c)        Kuelewa na kuwapa stadi za kukuza Kiswahili nchini.


P. 100:           Mwaka wa Kwanza (saa 96)


(a)       Isimu

(i)         Nadharia ya Lugha

(ii)        Chimbuko la Kiswahili

(iii)       Kuenea kwa Kiswahili

(iv)      Matumizi ya Lugha

(b)       Fonetiki Matamshi

(c)       Fasihi

(i)        Nadharia ya Fasihi

(ii)       Mifumo Mbalimblai ya Fasihi

(ii)       Matapo ya Fasihi

(iii)      Nadharia ya Uhakiki

P. 200            Mwaka wa Pili (saa 94)

(a)       Isimu

(i)        Sarufi ya Kiswahili

(ii)       Matumizi ya Kiswahili

(iii)      Uandishi

(b)       Fasihi

(i)        Fasihi ya Kiswahili

(ii)       Utambuzi na Uhakiki wa Vitabu

(iii)      Riwaya, Ushairi wa Vitabu

(iv)      Utafiti - Lugha/Fasihi Simulizi

P.300             Mwaka wa Tatu (saa 64)

(a)       Isimu

(i)        Utekelezaji wa Mipango ya Lugha

(ii)       Vyama na Vyombo vya Lugha

(iii)      Wajibu na Kazi za Afisa Sanaa

(iv)      Mofolojia na sintaksia

(v)       Mbinu za Tafsiri

(vi)              Semantiki


(b)       Fasihi

(i)        Fasihi na Maendeleo ya Jamii

(ii)       Fasihi Simulizi

(iii)      Fasihi ya Ujenzi wa Jamii Mpya

(iv)      Riwaya na Hadithi Fupi

(v)       Kazi Maalum - Utafiti wa Fasihi Simulizi - Tanzi Moja


ENGLISH - P. 101, 201, 301)


(a)       To further develop the studentís ability to in English language.

(b)       To develop the studentís ability to use the language in spoken and written forms.



P 101                         First Year (64 Hours)

(a)       Language

(i)         Revision of objectives, articles, agreement, problems, comparisons, tenses, prepositions, pronouns.

(ii)        Conditions:

S                   if

S                   unless

S                   when

S                   provided that, so long as, in case, in that case

S                   otherwise

(b)       Composition Writing - Principles

(c)        Comprehension

P 2001           Second Year (64 Hours)

(a)       Language Work

(i)         Contrast - although, despite, in spite of, notwithstanding, nevertheless

(ii)        Passive and active speech

(iii)       Direct and indirect speech

(iv)       Gerunds and participles

(b)       Summary and Comprehension

(c)        Composition writing

P 301                         Third Year (64 Hours)

(a)       Comprehension and Summary - more difficult passages.

(b)       Composition


FINE ART    P 102, 202, 302


(a)       To introduce the student to the subject.

(b)       To develop practical skills of the student in Fine Art

(c)        To enable the student to use Fine Art in scene design, props and costumes in performances.



P. 102             First Year (64 Hours)

(a)       Aspects of Art

(i)         Form

(ii)        Content

(iii)       Relationship between form and content

(b)       Drawing

(i)         Drawing single objects

(ii)        Drawing objects in groups

(iii)       Light, shade and shadows

(c)        Painting

(i)         The line/area and surface

(ii)        Colour and circles

(iii)       Monochrome painting

(iv)       Single objects

(v)                Pictorial


(d)       Landscape

(i)         Sketching and drawing

(ii)        Painting

P 202                         Second Year (64 Hours)

(a)       Human Figure

(i)         Sketching - different postures

(ii)        Drawing

(iii)       Painting

(b)       Imaginative Composition

(i)         Sketching - different postures

(ii)        Drawing

(iii)       Painting

(c)        Still Life and Nature

(i)         Sketching - different postures

(ii)        Drawing

(iii)       Painting

(d)       Enlarging drawings and pictures

(e)       Planning, drawing and painting background scenarios for the stage

(f)         Gloves puppets and Marionettes

(i)         Paper Marche

(ii)        Card

(iii)       Hard Board

(g)       Ceramics

(i)         Pot making

(ii)        Clay models

P 302                         third Year (64 Hours)

(a)       Masks from paper, curved

(b)       Human Figure

(i)         Sketching and drawing different posses

(ii)        Portraits

(c)        Sign Writing

(i)         Posters

(ii)        Emblems

(iii)       Cards

(d)       Ceramics

(i)         Modeling

(ii)        Pottery

(e)       Pattern Design

(i)         Textiles

(ii)        Wrapping paper

(iii)       Wall decorations

(f)         Traditional Crafts 

(i)         Mats

(ii)        Basketry

(iii)       Weaving




(a)       To equip the student with theoretical understanding of how society works, changes and develops.

(b)       To expose them to methods and practice of social research.

(c)        To enable them to approach the arts within the context of social environment.


P 103                         First Year (32 Hours)

(a)       Introduction

(i)         Definition

(ii)        Perspectives in Sociology

(b)       Concepts of Sociology

(i)         Productive forces

(ii)        Production relations

(iii)       Modes of production

(iv)       Social and economic formation

(c)        The five socio-economic formation

(d)       Social Stratification

(i)         Concepts of class, status, roe and caste

(ii)        Social mobility

(iii)       Open and closed societies

(e)       Social Institutions

(i)         Family and kinship

 (ii)       Economic

(iii)       Political

(iv)       Educational

(v)        Religious

(f)         Concept of Culture

(i)         Definition

(ii)        Qualities

(iii)       Aspects

(iv)       Socialization and culturization

(g)       Social Change

(i)         Theories

(ii)        Social change in relation to the arts

(iii)       Special change in relation to social problem

(iv)       Agents of social changes

P 203                         Second Year (32 Hours)

(a)       Introduction to Research

(i)         Definition

(ii)        Importance

(iii)       Types

(b)       Planning a research project

(c)        Methods in Collecting Data

(i)         Observation

(ii)        Questionnaire

(iii)       Interview

(iv)       Documents

(d)       Treatment of Data

(i)         Interpretation

(ii)        Analysis

(iii)       Presentation

(e)       The Research Proposal

(f)         The Research Report




(a)       To equip the student with political analytical tools in order, as an artist and art promoter, to operate within that contact.

(b)       To make the student aware of political forces at play so that he can assess issues and events correctly.


P 104                         First Year (32 Hours)

(a)       The question of underdevelopment

(b)       The struggle of African liberation

(c)        The role of the people in political struggle

P 204                         Second Year (32 Hours)

(a)       Tanzaniaís struggle to independence

(b)       Socialism in Africa

(c)        Socialist development in Tanzania

P 304                         Third Year (32 Hours)

(a)       CCM as a Mass and revolutionary Party

(b)       The role of Mass Organizations

(c)        Tanzaniaís international and foreign relations


ACROBATIC - P. 105, 205, 305


(a)       To introduce students to acrobatics techniques.

(b)       to enable students to use their bodies as tools for expression and wonder.


P 105                         First Year (96 Hours)

(a)       General body exercises

(b)       Stretching

(c)        Tumbling

(d)       Standing on hands

P 205                         Second Year (64 Hours)

(a)       Side somersaults

(b)       Forward somersaults

(c)        Accrual somersaults

(d)       Group gymnastics

P 305                         Third Year (64 Hours)

(a)       Balancing acts - chairs, bicycles, boards

(b)       Enhancement of body tricks

(c)        Specialization in single facts - bicycles, juggling, gymnastics



STAGE TECHNOLOGY - P. 106, 206, 306


(a)       To enable students to understand and express visually the basic artistic qualities of theatrical productions.

(b)       To aid the understanding of the stage as the setting may define the time and place of action, clarity, relationship of the on and off stage and assist in establishing characterization.


P 106                         First Year (96 Hours)

(a)       Stage Design

(i)         Drawing and training

(ii)        Stage construction

(iii)       Origins of modern stage

(iv)       Traditional techniques

(v)        The stage designer?s job

(b)       Stage Scenery

(i)         Common forces of scenery

(ii)        Planning the scenery

(iii)       Construction and painting the scenery - general and specific practice

P 206                         Second Year (64 Hours)

(a)       Stage Scenery

(i)         Assembling and shifting the scenery

(ii)        Minimum scenery

(iii)       New and experimental staging

(iv)       Stage management

(b)       Costume Design

(i)         Purpose of costume design

(ii)        Elements of costume design

(iii)       Principles

(iv)       Working procedures and plans

(v)        Carrying out the design

(vi)       Costume parade, rehearsals and performances

(vii)      The costumer and the performer

(viii)     Make up

(ix)       Masks

P 360                         Third Year (96 Hours)

(a)       Stage Lighting

(i)         Moaning of light on stage

(ii)        Lighting instruments

(iii)       Color, costume and light

(iv)       Lighting practice

(v)        Elementary electricity

(vi)       Construction of local lighting and control boards

(b)       Sound Effects

(i)         Functions of sound effects

(ii)        Making sound effects

(iii)       Special effect equipment


CRITICISM - P 107, 207, 307


(a)       To enable students to acquire a philosophical understanding of theatre in terms of its definition, history, theory and practice.

(b)       To enable students to observe theatre critically.

(c)        To make a link between a play on stage and on paper.

(d)       To provide challenges and opportunities to students for critical and analytical writing.

(e)       To enable students use experience of risk and failure as learning tools in writing.


P 107                         First Year (32 Hours)

(a)       Definition of Art.

(b)       Origins of Art

(i)         Religious theory

(ii)        Magic theory

(iii)       Social theory

(iv)       Production theory

(c)        Aspects of Art

(i)         Form

(ii)        Content

(iii)       Relationship between form and context

(d)       Aesthetics

(e)       Genres of Drama

(i)         Tragedy

(ii)        Comedy

(iii)       Melodrama

(iv)       Farce

P 207                         Second Year (32 Hours)

(a)       Function of language its various forms.

(b)       Techniques and approaches to play analysis.

(c)        Reading and analysis of at least two plays by African Writers.

(d)       Techniques of play writing.

(e)       Writing workshops - students will at least write one short play.

P 307                         Third Year Drama Major (64 Hours)

(a)       Survey of the development of drama and theatre in Europe with critical study of selected works.

(b)       Individual evaluation of plays.  Each student will read and analyze at least two plays.  The critical analysis will be prosecuted in class and discussed.


ACTING - P. 109, 209, 309


(a)       To make the student aware of the importance, nature and type of character in a theatrical sense.

(b)       To develop the studentís voice and speech in terms of vocal muscles, voice production, projection and clarity in speech.

(c)        To develop the studentís capacity to define a scene in terms of theatrical presentation by exercising with scripted scenes as well as improvised scenes.


P 109                         First Year (64 Hours)

(a)       Characterization - Forces that mauled a character such as social, physical and psychological factors.

(b)       Voice and Speech

(i)         Physical alignment, awareness, activation, breathing cycle.

(ii)        Muscular development for tone, resonance, articulation.

(iii)       Extended vocal skills.

P 209                         Second Year (64 Hours)

(a)       Scene study

(b)       Diction

(c)        Acting approaches

(i)         Improvisation - offer, accept, block, follow an objective

(ii)        Scripted plays

(iii)       Comedy

P 309                         Third Year (Major Drama Minor Drama) (63 Hours)

Acting:            Students will participate the production

Major - 3 productions

Minor - 1 production



MIME AND MOVEMENT - P 108, 208, 308


To enable the student be aware of the use of the body as the main tool of a theatre performer.

P 108                         First Year (64 Hours)

(a)       Neutral body.

(b)       Strength, fitness, alignment, stamina and coordination.

(c)        Physical control and breath control.

(d)       Motivation for movement.

(e)       Economy.

(f)         Awareness of space and interaction.

(g)       Introduction to mime.

P 208                         Second Year (32 Hours)

(a)       Maintenance of body control, fitness and awareness.

(b)       Mime techniques.

(c)        Obtaining performing skills through dance and mime movement.

P 308                         Third Year (32 Hours)

(a)       Physical skills.

(b)       Application of skills in performance