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Faculty : Faculty of Engineering & Technology

Program Name : Bachelor of Architecture

BGCSE Points(or similar) : 34 Option 1:18 (Maths + Physics + Art/Design & Tech) + Interview result Option 2: 26 (Maths + Science D/Award+ Art/Design & Tech) + Interview result


Type : Under Graduate

No. of Semesters : 10

Description : BGCSE/equivalent with a minimum of Grade D in English Language, a minimum of Grade C in Mathematics, either a minimum of Grade C in Physics or Grade BB in Science Double Award, and a minimum of Grade C in Art or in Design and Technology. Applicants with credits towards a degree from other Post-Secondary Educational institutions are eligible to apply and may receive advanced credit for their prior studies in comparable courses. All selected applicants are required to attend an interview with Department of Architecture and Planning and are advised that it would be an advantage to bring a portfolio containing evidence of interest in visual arts and/or design. Admission into the programme is subject to the positive result of the interview. Architecture Programme Professional Training (Internship) Regulations for the Bachelor of Architecture Programme Subject to the provisions of General Academic Regulations 00.0 and 100 the following Professional Training Regulations shall apply to students on the Bachelor of Architecture Programme. A student shall normally undergo 3 periods of supervised Professional Training (Internship) of 8 weeks each after Levels 200, 300 and 400. Professional Training course codes are: ARB220, ARB320 and ARB420. Assessment A student’s performance will be assessed by means of: a) Confidential report from the student’s immediate supervisor at location of placement. b) Professional Training reports and logbook submitted by the student at the end of each internship period. c) Professional Training visits by an assessor from the relevant Department of the Faculty of Engineering and Technology. d) Students will be assessed through confidential reports from the organisation they have been placed at, production of a concept paper and an oral presentation. Therefore the assessment ratio for Confidential Report to Internship Concept Paper to Oral Presentation shall be 1:2:1. For both Architecture and Urban and Regional planning Programmes, a student who has an incomplete grade shall be allowed to complete Professional Training at a time recommended by the Faculty. Repeating Professional Training A student who fails to meet the requirements of Professional Training shall be required to repeat the training at a time recommended by the Faculty. Architecture Programme Entrance Requirements Admission to the BArch Degree programme shall be as stipulated in General Academic Regulation 20.20 Applicants for admission to level 100 must have a minimum of Grade D in English Language, a minimum of Grade C in Mathematics, either a minimum of Grade C in Physics or Grade BB in Science Double Award, and a minimum of Grade C in Art or in Design and Technology. Advanced Standing: Students with credits towards a degree from other Post-Secondary Educational institutions are eligible for application and may receive advanced credit for their prior studies in comparable courses. All applicants are required to attend an interview with Architecture Programme Staff and are advised that it would be an advantage to bring a portfolio containing evidence of interest in visual arts and/or design. Admission into the programme is subject to the positive result of the interview. In addition to 1.4.1.1, applicants for admission to Level 100 of the programme must take courses in Physics, Chemistry and mathematics in the Faculty of Science. Applicants in possession of an appropriate ‘A’ level qualification with at least C grades in Mathematics and at least one of: Physics, Chemistry, Art or Design and Technology may be exempted from taking Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics in the Faculty of Science. Applicants who possess the normal entry requirements listed in the General Academic Regulation 20.2 but who do not satisfy 1.4.1.2 or 1.4.1.3 may be admitted to the programme if they: a) have assessable experience in artistic and/or design activities and/or b) submit a portfolio of drawings and design exercises (not exceeding 10) with the application. A course may consist entirely of fieldwork, project work, practical work, design, and seminars. In addition to work during the semester, a subject may include prescribed fieldwork or assignments during the vacation periods.

Courses involved :

Semester 1

Core Courses

  DESIGN COMMUNICATION I Credits : 4
  Course Description :This course concerns the experience of seeing, drawing and communication of form, mainly physical form. It deals with free hand drawing as well as geometric projections: Orthographic, axonometric, and isometric. The course deals with communication through three main topics: freehand drawing, geometric projections, and colour. Credits: 4. Lectures/Studio: 8 hours per week Continuous assessment: Research report and interim assessments of design project Final examination: Final assessment of design project CA/Exam ratio: 1:1
  BUILDING MATERIALS & CONSTRUCTION I Credits : 2
  Course Description :This course deals with building materials and their use in "fundamental" conditions, "natural" as distinct from "fabricated" materials: earth and its derivatives and wood. It does so through observation of these materials in traditional and modern buildings. The course deals with materials and process of construction and their interrelationship in the way they are used in building. Credits: 2 Lectures/Studio: 2 hours per week Continuous assessment: 2 Tests and 2 assignments Final examination: 2 hours CA/Exam ratio: 2:3
  BUILDING MATERIALS & CONSTRUCTION II Credits : 2
  Course Description :

This course deals with building materials and their use in "fundamental" conditions with focus on industrially produced materials: cement, concrete, glass, steel and other metals used in buildings. The course covers basic characteristics of these materials but focusing on them as construction materials.

Pre-req.: ARB112

Credits: 2

Lectures/Studio: 2 hours per week

Continuous assessment: At least 1 test and 1 assignment

Final examination: 2 hours CA/Exam ratio: 2:3

  ACADEMIC & PROFESSIONAL COMMN (ENG. & TECH.) Credits : 3
  COMPUTER SKILLS FUNDAMENTALS 2 INFORMATION SKILLS 11 Credits : 2
  GEOMETRICAL OPTICS, MECHANICS, VIBRATIONS AND WAVES Credits : 4

Optional Courses

    No Optional courses present in this Program for Semester 1.

Elective Courses

    No Elective courses present in this Program for Semester 1.

Semester 2

Core Courses

  TRADITIONAL AFRICAN ARCHITECTURE Credits : 2
  Course Description :

This course concerns the genesis of Architecture in Africa as a part of African Culture. It examines architecture as a response, an expression, and a formative part of the communal and individual human habitation. This course begins with a review of African communes and villages, proceeds to the study of particular buildings within them from their origin to the present.

Credits: 2

Lectures/Studio: 2 hours per week

Continuous assessment: 2 Tests and 2 Assignments

Final examination: 2 hours CA/Exam ratio: 2:3

  DESIGN COMMUNICATION II Credits : 4
  Course Description :

This course deals with representation and abstraction in the process of communication. It deals with free-hand drawing, perspective projection, three dimensional models as instruments of study of geometry and appearance (light) of physical form, leading to the design of a simple structure.

Pre-req.: ARB111

Credits: 4

Lectures/Studio: 8 hours per week

Continuous assessment: Research report and interim assessments of design project

Final examination: Final assessment of design project CA/Exam ratio: 1:1

  HISTORY OF ART Credits : 2
  Course Description :Architecture is rooted in the search for order and the establishment of immortality. The achievement of mankind is easily assessed through art, from traditional art found worldwide and then the beginning of modernism at the Renaissance. The rising figure of the individual artist and the several revolutions since lead to the confirmation of radical movements from Impressionism onwards, until today. Pre-req.: ARB113 Credits: 2 Lectures/Studio: 2 hours per week Continuous assessment: At least 1 Test and 1 assignment Final examination: 2 hours CA/Exam ratio: 2:3
  ENVIRONMENT AND COMFORT Credits : 2
  Course Description :This course introduces (1) the range of human comfort conditions within the built environment and the effect of air, light and temperature (2) sources of the natural and artificial environmental conditions affecting the built environment including the sun, wind, precipitation, seasons, day and night, weather and climatic conditions, electricity, HVAC and (3) the building as a controlled environment. Coursework consists of lectures providing knowledge of principles to be observed in field studies and reports to document the results. Assessment will be through continuous assessment in form of essays and tests and a final examination. Pre-req.: PHY111 Credits: 2 Lectures/Studio: 2 hours per week Continuous assessment: At least 1 test and 1 assignment Final examination: 2 hours CA/Exam ratio: 2:3
  DESIGN MATHEMATICS II Credits : 3

Optional Courses

    No Optional courses present in this Program for Semester 2.

Elective Courses

    No Elective courses present in this Program for Semester 2.

Semester 3

Core Courses

  ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN I Credits : 6
  Course Description :The course will deal with the simplest possible enclosure – a room, a hut, through examination of the room and buildings in existing contexts, examples in the work of architects, and its design by the students. The course will apply the various types of spatial organization and basic structures in small buildings in context, and the possibilities of presentational modes of professional architecture. Pre-req.: ARB121 Credits: 6 Lectures/Studio: 12 hours per week Continuous assessment: Research report and interim assessments of design project Final examination: Final assessment of design project CA/Exam ratio: 1:1
  BUILDING MATERIALS & CONSTRUCTION III Credits : 2
  Course Description :Students are asked to study selected buildings as case studies, analyse the use of materials and methods of construction in the building, and apply the results in their own design. Emphasis will be put on cladding and external finishes. Pre-req.: ARB122 Credits: 2 Lectures/Studio: 2 hours per week Continuous assessment: At least one test and one assignment Final examination: 2 hours CA/Exam ratio: 2:3
  ENERGY EFFICIENCY IN BUILDINGS Credits : 2
  Course Description :

This course deals with the following topics: Basic principles of energy efficiency, energy efficiency and sustainable development, energy efficient design (passive and active design), technologies for energy efficient building, energy efficiency policy and legislation introduction to energy management, green financing. Throughout the course, case studies and existing good practice examples will be used as a major instrument of instruction. Assessment will be through continuous assessment in form of essays and tests and a final examination.

Pre-req.: ARB124

Credits: 2

Lectures/Studio: 2 hours per week

Continuous assessment: At least 1 test and 1 assignment

Final examination: 2 hours

CA/Exam ratio: 2:3

  COMPUTER AIDED DRAFTING Credits : 2
  Course Description :

Introduction to computers and two drafting tools: Arch-Cad and Auto-Cad. This course involves four lectures followed by extensive exercise and application of exercises in the use of two architectural drafting tools.


Pre-req.: GEC121 and GEC122, ARB111 and ARB121


Credits: 2


Lectures/Studio: 2 hours per week

Continuous assessment: Interim assessments


Final examination: Assessment of major design project


CA/Exam ratio: 2:3

  BUILDING MATERIALS & CONSTRUCTION IV Credits : 2
  Course Description :

Students are asked to study selected buildings, analyse the use of materials and methods of construction in the building, and apply the results in their own designs. Emphasis will be put on materials used for interior finishes: floor and wall tiling, ceilings etc.


Pre-req.: ARB212


Credits: 2


Lectures/Studio: 2 hours per week


Continuous assessment: At least 1 test and 1 assignment


Final examination: 2 hours


CA/Exam ratio: 2:3

  THEORY OF STRUCTURES I Credits : 2

Optional Courses

    No Optional courses present in this Program for Semester 3.

Elective Courses

    No Elective courses present in this Program for Semester 3.

Semester 4

Core Courses

  HISTORY OF ARCHITECTURE I Credits : 2
  Course Description :The course Covers Architecture As A Development of the individual and community as inhabitants of the earth. It examines the seminal building and communal forms that emerge as the "typical" forms in this evolutionary process. Beginning with the Prehistoric, the main civilisations from Mesopotamia to Rome are examined, detailing their main aspects. Pre-req.: ARB123 Credits: 2 Lectures/Studio: 2 hours per week Continuous assessment: At least 1 test and 1 assignment Final examination: 2 hours CA/Exam ratio: 2:3
  INTERNSHIP I Credits : 2
  Course Description :

Internship means the external placement of a student with a professional or other kind of body in order to gain the necessary experience of the profession. During the long vacation of May to July, students spend at least eight weeks undergoing this professional experience. Staffs visit the students and meet their supervisors to get a feedback on the attachment.

Pre-req.: None

Credits: 2

Duration: Minimum 8 weeks.

Assessment: Field Supervisor/Concept Paper/ Presentation =1/2/1

  ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN II Credits : 6
  Course Description :

More advanced and institutional building types form the vehicle of instruction in this course, allied with case studies and the understanding of natural light in architecture. A full response of the selection of materials, appropriate finishes and more complex structural applications is also demanded to ensure competence at this level.


Pre-req.: ARB211


Credits: 6


Lectures/Studio: 12 hours per week


Continuous assessment: Research report and interim assessments of design project


Final examination: Final assessment of design project


CA/Exam ratio: 1:1

  HISTORY OF ARCHITECTURE II Credits : 2
  Course Description :

The course will deal with architecture as a development of the individual and community as inhabitants of the earth and examines the seminal building and communal forms that emerge as the “typical” forms in this evolutionary process. Beginning with Early Christian architecture, the course proceeds to deal with the middle Ages, looking at Europe, Africa and the Far East.


Pre-req.: ARB213


Credits: 2


Lectures/Studio: 2 hours per week


Continuous assessment: At least 1 test and 1 assignment


Final examination: 2 hours


CA/Exam ratio: 2:3

  THEORY OF STRUCTURES II Credits : 2
  LAND SURVEYING AND CARTOGRAPHY Credits : 3

Optional Courses

    No Optional courses present in this Program for Semester 4.

Elective Courses

    No Elective courses present in this Program for Semester 4.

Semester 5

Core Courses

  ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN III Credits : 6
  Course Description :

This course builds on the input of previous design courses with the emphasis on buildings serving the community. More advanced structural analysis and response is expected, and issues of detailed planning of site and overall organization are explored, resulting in deepening awareness of architecture in relation to current norms of professional achievement.


Pre-req.: ARB221


Credits: 6


Lectures/Studio: 12 hours per week


Continuous assessment: Research report and interim assessments of design project


Final examination: Final assessment of design project


CA/Exam ratio: 1:1

  BUILDING SERVICES I Credits : 2
  Course Description :

This course covers building services including water supply and plumbing, drainage and waste disposal, electricity supply, lighting, communications, HVAC, fire fighting, and conveyance. Assessment will be done by essays and examination.


Credits: 2


Lectures/Studio: 2 hours per week


Continuous assessment: At least 1 test and 1 assignment


Final examination: 2 hours


CA/Exam ratio: 2:3

  BUILDING SERVICES II Credits : 2
  Course Description :

Subsequent to ARB321, this course will cover a practical analysis of the requirements of a selected building type followed by design of the building services as part of the process of design. Assessment will be done by coursework.


Pre-req.: ARB312


Credits: 2


Lectures/Studio: 2 hours per week


Continuous assessment: At least 1 test and 1 assignment


Final examination: 2 hours


CA/Exam ratio: 2:3

  THEORY OF STRUCTURES III Credits : 2
  FOUNDATION OF ENGINEERING LAW Credits : 2

Optional Courses

  INTRODUCTION TO TOWN PLANNING Credits : 2
  INFRASTRUCTURE PLANNING AND MANAGEMENT Credits : 2

Elective Courses

    No Elective courses present in this Program for Semester 5.

Semester 6

Core Courses

  HISTORY OF ARCHITECTURE III Credits : 2
  Course Description :

The Post-Renaissance period up to nineteenth century was a period of revolutions in science, technology, commerce, and politics and had a decisive shaping influence on today's world. The achievements of the High Renaissance and the Baroque are examined and how the Enlightenment and other movements prepared the way for Modernist ideas in the early nineteenth century.


Pre-req.: ARB223


Credits: 2


Lectures/Studio: 2 hours per week


Continuous assessment: At least 1 test and 1 assignment


Final examination: 2 hours


CA/Exam ratio: 2:3

  INTERNSHIP III Credits : 2
  Course Description :

Internship means the external placement of a student with a professional or other kind of body in order to gain the necessary experience of the profession. During the long vacation of May to July, students spend at least eight weeks undergoing this professional experience. Staffs visit the students and meet their supervisors to get a feedback on the
attachment.


Pre-req.: ARB220


Credits: 2


Duration: Minimum 8 weeks.


Assessment: Field Supervisor/Concept Paper/Presentation =1/2/1

  ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN IV Credits : 6
  Course Description :

The emphasis in this course is to heighten the interpretation of more complex briefs and building programmes, with emphasis on landscape, structure and basic building services. The final design should be a multi-storey building with a public address, and related to full exploration of design method and competent presentation on professional lines.


Pre-req.: ARB311


Credits: 6


Lectures/Studio: 12 hours per week


Continuous assessment: Research report and interim assessments of design project

Final examination: Final assessment of design project.


CA/Exam ratio: 1:1

  HISTORY OF ARCHITECTURE IV Credits : 2
  Course Description :

This course deals with the rise of modern states/cities and institutions in Europe following the Industrial Revolution and examines new building types and technology in response to these developments up to the present. Clear notions of High Modernism are followed by a treatment of Postmodernism.


Pre-req.: ARB313


Credits: 2


Lectures/Studio: 2 hours per week


Continuous assessment: At least 1 test and 1 assignment


Final examination: 2 hours


CA/Exam ratio: 2:3

  INTERIOR DESIGN Credits : 2
  Course Description :

The course consists of extensions of the current architectural design project in the studio. Students are taught to deal with colour, light and texture as well interior arrangements and spatial qualities. Advanced awareness of issues such as the integration of structures, services and environmental control are also expected.

Credits: 2

Lectures/Studio: 2 hours per week

Continuous assessment: At least 1 test and 1 assignment

Final examination: 2 hours

CA/Exam ratio: 2:3

  THEORY OF STRUCTURES IV Credits : 2

Optional Courses

    No Optional courses present in this Program for Semester 6.

Elective Courses

    No Elective courses present in this Program for Semester 6.

Semester 7

Core Courses

  ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN V Credits : 6
  Course Description :

This course will be concerned with urban and community issues of some complexity and the development of design skills in terms of functional and environmental control systems. Possible vehicles of delivery could be an urban design complex or social housing, accompanied by building studies and/or selected exemplars incorporated in a
short report to accompany drawings and model.


Pre-req.: ARB321

Credits: 6

Lectures/Studio:

Continuous assessment: Research report and interim assessments of design project

Final examination: Final assessment of design project

CA/Exam ratio: 1:1

  BUILDING SYSTEMS I Credits : 2
  Course Description :

The course will introduce the detailed critical analysis of the various Building Systems and their interactive effect on the built environment in general. It will include group work studies, review of theoretical material, case studies, documentation and presentation. Assessment will be done by coursework.

Credits: 2

Lectures/Studio: 2 hours per week

Continuous assessment: At least 1Test and 1 Assignment

Final examination: 2 hours

CA/Exam ratio: 2:3

  LANDSCAPE DESIGN Credits : 2
  Course Description :

This course consists of study of principles of landscape design as related to design of microclimate and ecological considerations. It is centred around lectures on land and landscape design and parallel studio exercise based closely on the context of the architectural design project in ARB411.

Credits: 2

Lectures/Studio: 2 hours per week

Continuous assessment: At least 1 test and 1 assignment

Final examination: Assessments of studio projects

CA/Exam ratio: 2:3

  BUILDING SYSTEMS II Credits : 2
  Course Description :

The course introduces analytical methods in architectural design by applying the knowledge of various building systems from previous courses. Students are required to produce a comparable analytical report of their own design.

Pre-req.: ARB412

Credits: 2

Lectures/Studio: 2 hours per week

Continuous assessment: At least 1 test and 1 assignment

Final examination: 2 hours

CA/Exam ratio: 2:3

  CONSTRUCTION LAW Credits : 3
  RESEARCH METHODS AND TECHNIQUES Credits : 2

Optional Courses

    No Optional courses present in this Program for Semester 7.

Elective Courses

    No Elective courses present in this Program for Semester 7.

Semester 8

Core Courses

  PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE II Credits : 2
  Course Description :

This course deals with the following issues: Architect licensing process, techniques and rationale of marketing architectural services, market forecasting, client behaviour, office organisation and business methods applied to architecture, meeting procedures.

Pre-req.: ARB424

Credits: 2

Lectures/Studio: 2 hours per week

Continuous assessment: At least 1 test and 1 assignment

Final examination: 2 hours

CA/Exam ratio: 2:3

  PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE I Credits : 2
  Course Description :

The course deals with an introduction to the common and statute law and goes into the details of contract law before concentrating on construction contracts, types of building contracts and conflict/dispute resolution.

Pre-req.: LAW253

Credits: 2

Lectures/Studio: 2 hours per week

Continuous assessment: At least 1 test and 1 assignment

Final examination: 2 hours

CA/Exam ratio: 2:3

  PHILOSOPHY OF ARCHITECTURE II Credits : 2
  Course Description :

The course will engage with current issues of the region, and especially those of Botswana. The diversity of contemporary architecture will be explored leading to a final essay dealing with a particular building or practitioner.

Pre-req.: ARB413

Credits: 2

Lectures/Studio: 2 hours per week

Continuous assessment: At least 1 test and 1 assignment

Final examination: 2 hours

CA/Exam ratio: 2:3

  ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN VI Credits : 6
  Course Description :

This course will treat a major building of known performance or derived brief, and of high complexity in terms of structural application, formal exploration and environmental control
systems and sustainability. The brief must be fully understood and realized in the design response, and issues of contemporary theory and international norms should be addressed as well.

Pre-req.: ARB411

Credits: 6

Lectures/Studio: 12 hours per week

Continuous assessment: Research report and interim assessments of design project

Final examination: Final assessment of design project

CA/Exam ratio: 1:1

  INTERNSHIP III Credits : 2
  Course Description :

Internship means the external placement of a student with a professional or other kind of body in order to gain the necessary experience of the profession. During the long vacation of May to July, students spend at least eight weeks undergoing this professional experience. Staffs visit the students and meet their supervisors to get a feedback on the
attachment.

Pre-req.: ARB320

Credits: 2

Duration: Minimum 8 weeks.
 

Assessment: Field Supervisor/Concept Paper/Presentation =1/2/1

  PHILOSOPHY OF ARCHITECTURE I Credits : 2
  Course Description :

This course consists of examination of main theories of architecture since the Renaissance and exercises aimed at helping the student to develop/refine their own position in design. Many aspects of philosophical and cultural criticism are introduced, leading to a final essay on a major topic.

Pre-req.: ARB323

Credits: 2

Lectures/Studio: At least 1 test and 1 assignment

Continuous assessment:

Final examination: 2 hours

CA/Exam ratio: 2:3

Optional Courses

  URBANISATION AND THE ENVIRONMENT Credits : 2
  ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESMENT Credits : 3

Elective Courses

    No Elective courses present in this Program for Semester 8.

Semester 9

Core Courses

  DESIGN PROJECT I Credits : 8
  Course Description :

The course consists of a proposal for a project at a community scale and the design from general strategy to Preliminary design stage, accounting for massing, basic organizational strategies and other issues of relevant importance.

Pre-req.: ARB421

Credits: 8

Lectures/Studio: Individual supervised research

Continuous assessment: Interim assessments of research report

Final examination: Final assessment of research report

CA/Exam ratio: 1:1

  PROJECT MANAGEMENT Credits : 2
  Course Description :

This course deals with various processes and techniques of monitoring projects: the project life cycle, project planning and control, project cost control, Work Breakdown Structures (WBS), Programme Evaluation and Review Technique (PERT), Critical Path Method (CPM).

Credits: 2

Lectures/Studio: 2 hours per week

Continuous assessment: At least 1 test and 1 assignment

Final examination: 2 hours

CA/Exam ratio: 2:3

  BUILDING ECONOMICS Credits : 2

Optional Courses

  LAND AND PROPERTY VALUATION Credits : 2
  LAND AND PROPERTY MANAGEMENT Credits : 2

Elective Courses

    No Elective courses present in this Program for Semester 9.

Semester 10

Core Courses

  DESIGN PROJECT II Credits : 8
  Course Description :

This course requires the students to take the proposal in ARB511 – or using an alternative strategy depending on the student. The course requires the student to prepare and present a proposal for a final design. Students will be expected to develop performance criteria for major spaces and components for the design and to present results to
a high professional degree.

Pre-req.: ARB511

Credits: 8

Lectures/Studio: Individual supervised studio

Continuous assessment: Interim assessments of design project

Final examination: Final assessment of design project

CA/Exam ratio: 1:1

  URBAN & RURAL DESIGN PRACTICE Credits : 2
  Course Description :

This course requires a comprehensive urban study of the project selected as the subject of ARB521. The students will be required to prepare a comprehensive research report on possible approaches to the urban design aspects of the “thesis” project – ARB521. The report will be illustrated with design options related to each approach and to develop a selected approach in detail.

Credits: 2

Lectures/Studio: 2 hours per week

Continuous assessment: At least 1 test and 1 assignment

Final examination: 2 hours

CA/Exam ratio: 2:3

  THE STATE AND SOCIETY Credits : 2
  LAW AND SOCIETY IN BOTSWANA Credits : 3

Optional Courses

    No Optional courses present in this Program for Semester 10.

Elective Courses

    No Elective courses present in this Program for Semester 10.
Contact Details :
4775 Notwane Rd. Gaborone, Botswana Private Bag UB 0022. Tel: +(267) 355 0000 Gaborone, Botswana