The Faculty of Humanities and Education (FAHE)

Introduction
The Faculty was launched in July 2007 following the demand from and consultation with different stakeholders both within and outside Tanzania.

Vision
Within the framework set by its Trustees as a Christian university, and while recognising and respecting the religious pluralism and cultural diversity of its students and staff, FAHE seeks to develop students with both a capacity to integrate a Christian perspective within their programme, and a commitment to apply what they learn at St John’s university of Tanzania to the service and transformation of the material, social, spiritual and moral life of the local, national and global community.

Mission
The ways in which teaching, learning and research take place in FAHE should reflect and inform the principles of the subject itself. Attention is given to the ways in which students develop:

Knowledge and understanding.
Application of key principles to related contexts.
The ability to reflect on relevant issues.
Transferable skills.

Goals
FAHE graduates are expected to display the following characteristics:

Self-discipline and self-direction.
Independence of mind, and initiative.
Ability to work with others, and have respect for others' reasoned views.
Ability to gather, organise and deploy evidence, data and information; and familiarity with appropriate means of identifying, finding, retrieving, sorting and exchanging information.
Analytical and critical thinking ability, and the capacity to consider and solve problems, including complex problems to which there is no single solution.
Structure, coherence, clarity and fluency of both oral and written expression.
Intellectual integrity, maturity, imaginative insight and creativity.
Use information and communication technology (ICT), including word processing, databases, internet communication, information retrieval and online searches
Interpret and present relevant numerical information.
Improve their own learning and performance, including the development of study and research skills, and a capacity to plan and manage learning, and to reflect on their own learning.
Analyse, synthesise, evaluate, and identify problems and solutions.
Identify and reflect on potential connections and discontinuities between each of the aspects of subject knowledge and their application in different contexts.
Accommodate new principles and understandings.
Select a range of relevant primary and secondary sources, including theoretical and research-based evidence, to extend their knowledge and understanding.
Demonstrate civic responsibility, leadership and service.

Values
At the individual level FAHE Faculty and students will be expected to display and encourage the following values: generosity, kindness, patience, gentleness, humility, peace-making, determination, reliability, responsibility, punctuality, diligence, faithfulness, truthfulness, self-control, tolerance, respect, fairness, justice and love.

Institutional values:

Respect for all.
Equality of access irrespective of gender, cultural background, socioeconomic status and religious affiliations.
Recognition of the sovereignty and providence of God.
Striving to maintain a safe, secure and healthy environment for all.
Aiming at continuing improvement and excellence in teaching, learning, research and community service.
Reflection of accountability, integrity and transparency in all its operations.

The Faculty of Humanities and Education offers a Degree programme in Education. This is a three years programme with majors History/ Geography/English/Kiswahili. The programme aims to equip students with better understanding and delivery of History/Geography/English/Kiswahili teaching methodology. The programme covers six semesters of fifteen weeks each.
The Faculty of Humanities and Education offers the following:

Diploma
Diploma in Education Dip (Ed)
Diploma in Project Planning & Management

Undergraduate
BA (Education) – History/Geography/English/Kiswahili
BA (Holistic Child Development)

Postgraduate
Postgraduate Diploma in Education
Postgraduate Diploma in Project Planning & Management
Masters of Arts in Education (MA (Ed))
Masters of Arts in Special Education (MA (Spec Ed))

Departments
At present there are five departments which run courses within the faculty
Education
History
Geography
English
Kiswahili

University wide courses
The following courses are offered to all students
Development Studies
Communication Skills
Computing Courses

What next?
The programmes of the faculty are designed to meet current and future job requirements in both teaching institutions and non-teaching institutions and organisations.Students will be able to meet the following at the end of the programme:
To teach in tertiary institutions and in secondary schools
To work as education administrators or officers
To work in educational research and consultancy activities.

Requirements for the Faculty of Humanities and Education
The following are additional to the University entrance requirements

Direct Entry Qualification
Advance Certificate of Secondary Education Examination (ACSEE):
At least two principal passes for HGL, HGE and HGK students (they must have pursued History, Geography, Kiswahili and English in Ordinary Level) or its equivalent in Geography and History
Certificate of Secondary Education Examination (CSEE) or its equivalent:
Passes in five approved subjects, including History, Geography, Kiswahili or English, obtained prior to the sitting for ACSEE.

Equivalent Qualification
An appropriate equivalent Diploma from a recognised and accredited Institution with an average pass of B.

All enquiries about the Faculty of Humanities and Education should be addressed to:
The Dean,
Faculty of Humanities and Education,
St John's University of Tanzania,
P.O. Box 47, Dodoma, Tanzania.
Tel. +255-26-2390044
Fax +255-26-2390025
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