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University of Zimbabwe 2017 Winter School

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The University of Zimbabwe has a Winter School programme consisting of seven (7) weeks of study. A student can register up to a maximum of three (3) courses.

Eligibility to register: Incoming students i.e. those with offer letters to register in August 2017 are welcome to apply for foundation courses on offer. Students can also choose courses from other faculties/programmes to strengthen and broaden their academic profiles. COURSES ARE ALSO OPEN TO MEMBERS OF THE PUBLIC AND STUDENTS FROM OTHER UNIVERSITIES.
Incoming first year students can take advantage of the Winter school to reduce their load for the August semester. Participation in Winter School programme can also accelerate the student’s completion time for their registered degree programme.

Application Procedure: Download the Winter School Application form on the UZ website: www.uz.ac.zw and submit to the Admissions Office by 23 June 2017. Application forms are also available from the UZ Admissions Office.

Notification: Successful candidates will be advised by e-mail and names will also be listed on the UZ website.

Period: 26 June to 11 August 2017

Registration Dates: 26-30 June 2017

Tuition & Accommodation Fees: Enquire from Admissions Office

FACULTY OF AGRICULTURE

*AS102 AGRICULTURAL BIOCHEMISTRY 1
*AS103 PRINCIPLES OF ANIMAL SCIENCE
*AS104 AGRICULTURAL BIOCHEMISTRY II
*AS116 PRINCIPLES OF BIOCHEMISTRY
*AS213 LIVESTOCK IMPROVEMENT 1
*AS/CR110 INTRODUCTION TO STATISTICS FOR AGRICULTURE
*CR102 PLANT BIOLOGY
*CR108 PRINCIPLES OF GENETICS
*CR218 INTRODUCTION TO WEED SCIENCE
*CR222 PRINCIPLES OF GENETICS AND PLANT BREEDING
*CR338 FLORICULTURE
*CR339 POST-HARVEST PHYSIOLOGY AND PROCESSING OF HORTICULTURE CROPS

FACULTY OF ARTS

SHORT COURSES

  1. NDEBELE FOR BEGINNERS
  2.  SHONA FOR BEGINERS
  3.  KISWAHILI FOR BEGINNERS
  4.  TONGA FOR BEGINNERS
  5.  CERTIFICATE IN TRANSLATION AND INTERPRATATION STUDIES
  6. PORTUGUESE (ELEMENTARY)
 
 
 
 

 *THA1080                      INTRODUCTION TO ACTING AND PERFORMANCE

 *THA1060                      THEATRE STUDIES: HISTORY, TEXT PERFORMANCE AND COMMUNICATION

  * PL2030                       MORAL PHILOSOPHY

  * EH1050                       ECONOMIC HISTORY OF PRE-COLONIAL AFRICA

  * RS3680                       RELIGION AND ETHICS

  * HS1010                       INTRODUCTION TO THE STUDY OF HISTORY

*KIS202        VARIETIES OF WRITTEN KISWAHILI
*KIS204        ADVANCED SPOKEN AND WRITTEN KISWAHILI
*ND2000        NDEBELE POETRY
*ND2140       TRANSLATION

  * EL1050                       INTRODUCTION TO LITERARY MODES AND CRITICAL APPRECIATION

  * EL3090                       ADVANCED STUDIES IN AFRICAN LITERATURE AND DEVELOPMENT THEORIES

*THA1050 INTRODUCTION TO THEATRE STUDIES
*THA1070 INTRODUCTION TO DANCE AND DANCE FORM
*THA2110 INTRODUCTION THEATRE IN AFRICA AND CONCEPTS IN STAGECRAFT
*THA2120 THEATRE IN AFRICA AND CONCEPTS IN STAGECRAFT
*THA2060 APPLIED ACTING
*THA2070 INTRODUCTION TO USES OF THEATRE
*THA2080 PROJECT IN USES OF THEATRE
*THA3140 DIRECT WORKSHOP AND TOPICS IN THEATRE AND SOCIETY
*THA3180 SCRIPTWRITING FOR FILM AND TELEVISION
*ND1120 INTRODUCTION TO NDEBELE PHONOLOGY
*SH1120 INTRODUCTION TO SHONA PHONOLOGY
*SH1130 INTRODUCTION TO SHONA MORPHOSYNTAX
*ND1110 INTRODUCTION TO NDEBELE POETRY AND DRAMA
*KIS101 INTRODUCTION TO KISWAHILI
*KIS103 INTRODUCTION TOKISWAHILI CULTURE AND CIVILIZATION
*KIS201 KISWAHILI LINGUISTIC STRUCTURE
*KIS203 INTRODUCTION TO KISWAHILI ORAL LITERATURE
*SH3120 SHONA DIALECTS
*EH1040 DEVELOPMENT OF ECONOMIC THOUGHT
*EH1030 INTRODUCTION TO RESEARCH METHODS IN ECONOMIC HISTORY
*EH2010 ECONOMIC HISTORY OF COLONIAL ZIMBABWE
*HS1010 INTRODUCTION TO THE STUDY OF HISTORY
*CSAG104 ACADEMIC COMMUNICATION SKILLS FOR AGRICULTURE AND ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE
*CSAR1010 ACADEMIC COMMUNICATIONS SKILLS FOR ARTS
*CSAR2021 PROFESSIONAL COMMUNICATIONFOR ARTS AND LIFE SKILLS
*CSCO102 ACADEMIC COMMUNICATION SKILLS FOR COMMERCE
*CSCO104 PROFESSIONAL COMMUNICATION FOR COMMERCE AND LIFE SKILLS
*CSHS101 ACADEMIC COMMUNICATION SKILLS FOR HEALTH SCIENCES
*CSHS103 PROFESSIONAL COMMUNICATION SKILLS FOR HEALTH SCIENCES AND LIFE SKILLS
*CSED101 ACADEMIC COMMUNICATION SKILLS FOR EDUCATION
*CSEN101 ACADEMIC COMMUNICATION SKILLS FOR ENGINEERS
*CSSO101 ACADEMIC COMMUNICATION SKILLS FOR SOCIAL STUDIES
*CSSO103 PROFESSIONAL COMMUNICATION SKILLS FOR SOCIAL STUDIES AND LIFE SKILLS
*CSSC101 ACADEMIC COMMUNICATION SKILLS FOR SCIENCE
*CSSC202 PROFESSIONAL COMMUNICATION FOR SCIENCE AND LIFE SKILLS
*CSVE101 ACADEMIC CMMUNICATION SKILLS FOR VETERINARY SCIENCE
*LG1010 INTRODUCTION TO THE STUDY OF THE STRUCTURE OF LANGUAGE
*LG1020 INTRODUCTION TO PHONETICS AND PHONOLOGY
*RS1010 INTRODUCTION TO PHENOMENOLOGY OF RELIGION
*RS1020 INTRODUCTION TO WORLD RELIGIONS
*RS1030 INTRODUCTION TO OLD TESTAMENT
*RS1040 INTRODUCTION TO NEW TESTAMENT STUDIES
*RS3370 LIFE AND MINISTRY OF JESUS AND PALESTINIAN CHRISTIANITY
*RS3490 INTRODUCTION TO THE STUDY OF WOMEN IN RELIGION
*RS3670 INTRODUCTION TO RELIGION AND ETHICS
*HRS0100 ELEMENTARY BIBLICAL HEBREW: GRAMMAR AND SYNTAX
*HRS1330 ORIGINS OF PROPHECY AND ISRAELITE PRE-CONONICAL PROPHETS
*HRS0750 CHRISTIANITY IN AFRICA FROM ANTIQUITY TO 1500*
*PL1010 BASIC LOGIC
*PL1020 INTERMEDIATE LOGIC
*PL1030 INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY
*PL2010 FORMAL LOGIC
*PL2050 HISTORY OF AFRICAN PHILOSOPHY
*PL3030 PRE-SOCRATICS
*PL3370 SOCIAL AND POLITICAL PHILOSOPHY
*CLS1010 INTRODUCTION TO ANCIENT GREECE
*CLS2140 GREEK ART
*CLS2160 CLASSICAL DRAMA
*CLS2190 CLASSICAL PHILOSOPHY
*CLS3050 ADVANCED TOPICS IN MYTHOLOGY
*CLS3090 ADVANCED TOPICS IN ART
*EL2050 INTRODUCTION TO LITERARY MODES AND CRITICAL APPRECIATION
*EL1060 INTRODUCTION TO ZIMBABWEAN LITERATURE, PROSE, POETRY AND DRAMA
*EL2070 WEST AFRICAN LITERATURE, PROSE, POETRY AND DRAMA INCLUDING FRANCOPHONE LITERATURE
*EL2080 THEORIES OF LITERATURE
*EL2000 AFRICAN - AMERICAN AND CARIBBEAN LITERATURE
*EL2100 LITERATURE AND SOCIALIST THOUGHT

FACULTY OF COMMERCE

SHORT COURSE

  1. FINANCE FOR BUSINESS MANAGERS AND PROFESSIONALS (3 DAY COURSE)

*AC408     ADVANCED FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING 1
*AC405     TAX LAW

*AC421

INTERNATIONAL REGULATORY FRAMEWORK  1
*AC422 INTERNATIONAL REGULATORY FRAMEWORK  2
*BS418 INVESTMENT AND PORTFOLIO MANAGEMENT
       

FACULTY OF ENGINEERING

*SV210 INFORMATION AND PROGRAMMING SYSTEMS
*ME104 MECHANICAL ENGINEERING DRAWING
*ME203 ENGINEERING DRAWING AND DESIGN
*ME204 THERMOFLUIDS
*MIE 315 ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH MANAGEMENT AND SAFETY

FACULTY OF LAW

*LB 104 HISTORY OF ROMAN AND ROMAN-DUTCH LAW
*LB105 STATUTORY INTERPRETATION
*LB203 FAMILY LAW
*LB204 DELICT
*LB206 CIVIL PROCEDURE (LOWER COURTS)
*LB302 CIVIL PROCEDURE (SUPERIOR COURTS)
*LB301 ACCOUNTING FOR LEGAL PRACTITIONERS
*LB401 CLINICAL AND PRACTICAL SKILLS TRAINING
*LB201 CRIMINAL PROCEDURE
*LB208 EVIDENCE
*LB201 CONVEYANCING
*LB022 NOTARIAL PRACTICE

FACULTY OF SCIENCE

HCH101                    PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY 1

HCH102                    INORGANIC CHEMISTRY 1

HCH103                    ORGANIC CHEMISTRY    1

HCH104                    ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY 1

HFN410                    CLINICAL NUTRITION AND DIETETICS

HMTH401                  REAL ANALYSIS 3

FACULTY OF SOCIAL STUDIES

*REM 102 URBAN ECONOMICS 1
*REM 103 STATISTICS
*RUP 114 STATISTICS
*RUP 115 INTRODUCTION TO SPATIAL PLANNING
*RUP118 DESIGN OF LANDUSE PLANS
*SOC110 INTRODUCTION TO SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC ANTHROPOLOGY
*SOC202 INTRODUCTION TO QUANTITATIVE RESEARCH METHODS
*ECON 105 DESCRIPTIVE STATISTICS AND PROBABILITY MODELS IN ECONOMICS
*ECON106 MATHEMATICS FOR ECONOMICS
*ECON110 SAMPLING THEORY AND STATISTICAL INFERENCE IN ECONOMICS
*ECON111 MATHEMATICSFOR ECONOMIC ANALYSIS
*ECON201 APPLIED STATISTICS
*ECON 205 MATHEMATICS FOR ECONOMICS II
*ECON 301 DEVELOPMENT ECONOMICS
*ECON 302 MACROECONOMIC THEORY AND POLICY
*ECON 303 MICROECONOMIC II
*ECON 311 AGRICULTURAL MARKETING
*ECON312 AGRICULTURAL ECONOMIC POLICY
*ECON 313 ECONMETRICS II
*ECON314 INTERNATIONAL ECONOMICS
*ECON317 NATURAL RESOURCE ECONOMICS
*ECON 319 INTRODUCTION TO LABOUR ECONOMICS
*ECON320 PUBLIC FINANCE THEORY
*ECON321 LABOUR ECONOMICS
*ECON322 PUBLIC FINANCE POLICY AND PRACTICE
*PSY112 INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOLOGY
*PSY113                 INTRODUCTION SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY

FACULTY OF VET SCIENCE

SORT COURSES

  1. BASIC CATTLE MANAGEMENT
  2. ARTIFICIAL INSEMINATION
  3. REPRODUCTION MANAGEMENT COURSE


APPLICATIONS AND FURTHER INFORMATION

Application forms are available upon payment of a non-refundable fee of $20 at any CBZ Branch nationwide. The Account details are as follows:

Account Name: University of Zimbabwe

Branch: Kwame Nkrumah Ave

Account Number: 01120770100042

 

For more information on fees for the courses, please contact:

The Senior Assistant Registrar (Admissions)

University of Zimbabwe

P.O. Box MP 167

Mount Pleasant

HARARE

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