Uganda’s oldest institution of higher education has taken a restructuring move Which has seen 18 Undergraduate Courses being scrapped off its academic program. These include courses in engineering, natural sciences, business, and economics.
According to the office of the Vice Chancellor, the programs are not going to be advertised for new entrants in the next academic year.
“Following council approval of restructuring of programs, the following programs are not to be advertised for the academic year 2020/2021,” a letter to the academic registrar Read’s in part.
Here are the 18 Courses that have been affected.
Bachelor of library and information sciences
Bachelor of achieves and records management
Bachelor of science in construction management
Bachelor of Community phycology
Bachelor of arts in development economics
Bachelor of science in Telecommunication engineering
Bachelor of computer engineering
Bachelor of environmental science
Bachelor of science in metrology
Bachelor of Development studies
Bachelor of adult and community education
Bachelor of business statistics
Bachelor of science in Population studies
Bachelor of Science in Quantitative economics
Bachelor of Science in Wildlife health and management
Bachelor of Science in Agricultural Land use and management
Bachelor of Science in Horticulture
Bachelor of Science in