Bachelor of Laws (LL.B)
Bachelor of Laws (LL.B) training satisfies the academic stage for learners towards becoming legal professionals as it offers excellent preparation for the training into legal profession. The programme is divided into three parts organized into six subparts. Each subpart is equivalent to one half of an academic year in a conventional University. The main materials for each of the subjects are called units. Each unit covers content materials equivalent to forty lecture hours.
Name: Bachelor of Laws
Course Initial: LL.B
Course Duration: 3-6 Years
Total number of Units: 42 Units which is Equivalent to 420 Credits
Mode of Delivery
Program delivery is through blended mode; Moodle and Face to Face (online classes).
Two principal passes in the following subjects: History, Geography, Kiswahili, English Language, French, Arabic, Fine Arts, Economics, Commerce, Accountancy Physics, Chemistry, Biology or Advanced Mathematics.
Option (II) Equivalent Qualifications:
Possession of second class Diploma in Law, Law Enforcement, Business Administration, Community Development, Cooperative Management and Accounting, Human Resource Management, Industrial Relations, Land Management and Valuation, Library, Records and Information studies, Local Government Administration, Procurement and Logistics Management, Procurement and Supply, Procurement and Supply Management, Public Sector Finance Management, Records Management, Office Management and Secretariat Services , Youth Development Work (CYP), Library and Information Management, and any other relevant Diploma recognized by OUT Senate with an average of ‘B’ or GPA of 3.0 with not less than four passes at “O” Level, or NVA LEVEL 3 with not less than four passes at O’ Level;
Certificate in Foundation Programme (ARTS) offered by the Open University of Tanzania with at least GPA of 3.0;
Bachelor’s degree/Advanced Diploma from a recognised University/Institution in a discipline other than Law with the exception of Bachelor of Divinity or Islamic Studies.