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CENTER FOR INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY

CENTRE FOR INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGY (CICT)

  1. WORD FROM THE DIRECTOR
  • Welcome to the Centre for Information and Communication Technology at St John’s University of Tanzania. As a technology centre within a Christian university, we provide a tremendous opportunity for our students to excel in a forward thinking, technology-rich environment. The Centre provides technical, strategic and policy advice on ICT matters and the implementation of various ICT work processes, procedures and other administration-related matters.
  • We create and share knowledge so that people will use information with technology to build a better world. As teachers we prepare students for leadership roles in business and non-profits, public service, research, and education.
  • To all our prospective students, we are excited to know that you are considered to join St John’s University and to envision you pursuing your career passion with us. Today’s world witnesses an fast changing technology with new advances seen literary every day. This implies that we need to be on the run to keep up with the trends. We are committed to providing our students with a solid foundation in Computer Applications and Management Information Systems within a hands-on, experiential learning environment with small classes.
  • We invite you to explore the St John’s University of Tanzania Website to get additional information on our programs, curricula, requirements and courses we offer, and discover more about our faculty, schools, institutes, centres, staff and students, and alumni and partners. 

                       

  1. VISION
  • A Centre of excellence for teaching communication and information technology and delivering service that effectively advances learning, teaching and research, in line with the University’s vision.
  1. MISSION
  • Provide teaching in information and communication technology and ensure reliable and up-to-date information technology infrastructure for the University for research, teaching and learning, and  for smooth university operations.
  1. GOAL
  • The goal of CICT is to provide leadership in supporting and enhancing academic programs, research, events and community engagement for the university community and beyond.
  1. CENTRE VALUES
  • User First: We consider the user experience in everything we do.
  • Clear and Simple Communication: It is our commitment to use professional and accessible language.
  • Continuous Improvement: We strive for operational excellence through ongoing development of staff and the University as a whole and ongoing development of the IT infrastructure.
  • People: We listen to, respect, and care about students, faculty, staff and one another, both professionally and personally.
  • Service: We strive to provide excellent service by being consistent, reliable, and accessible to all.
  1. ACADEMIC PROGRAMS

            Courses under the Centre:

  • Computer Application I
  • Computer Application II
  • Management Information System
  • Nursing Informatics
  • Statistical Packages
  • Multimedia presentations
  • Databases
  • Web Design
  • Data Transformation
  • Computer Networks and Communications
  • e-Business
  • Data Warehousing and Data Mining
  • Business Statistical Packages
  • Business Packages
  • Data Security
  1. CENTRE ADMINISTRATION

Acting Director:

Shuubi A Mutajwaa-Magembe

BSc Hons (Business Information Technology, Wolvwermpton, UK), MSc Strategic Information Technology Management, Wolvwermpton, UK).

System Analyst:

Mariam Mtangoo

BSc (Computing and Information System, NCC-LMU), MBA (Management Information System, Maastricht School of Management)

Database Administrators:

Reuben Minael

BSc (Information Technology, Tumaini University).

Emmanuel Matowo

BSc (Computer Engineering and Information Technology, University of Dar es Salaam).

 

Assistant Lecturers:

Emmanuel Wilson

BSc (Computer Science, University of Dar es Salaam), MSc (Computer Science, University of Dodoma).  

Happyness Hurdson

BSc (Computer Science with Statistics, University of Dar es Salaam), MBA (Finance, University of Dodoma).

Mwamasika George

BTech (Information Technology, St Joseph College of Engineering and Technology), MSc (Computer Science, University of Dodoma).

Ado Mgani

BTech (Information Technology, St Joseph College of Engineering and Technology), MSc (Information Technology, University of Madras Chennai, India).

Baraka Mwasampeta

BSc (Computer Science, University of Dar es Salaam), MSc (Computer Science, University of Dodoma).

Tutorial Assistants:

Emmanuel Minja

BSc (Computer Engineering, Dar es Salaam Institute of Technology).

Raymond Magambo

BSc (Computer Science, Unive

rsity of Dodoma).

ST JOHN'S UNIVERSITY OF Tanzania

TO LEARN TO SERVE

The University seeks to be true to its founding principles, and to operate on Christian principles, but welcomes students and scholars from any faith or race.

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