Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Humanities Studies in Zimbabwe

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Humanities Studies

A Bachelor of Arts (BA) is a degree rewarded to students who complete an undergraduate program that typically lasts four years. This type of degree can be focused on the sciences, liberal arts, or a mixture of the two. 

Humanities and social sciences promotes and understanding of a wide variety of skills by providing students with a huge variety of courses. The skillsets students learn might be valuable across a huge number of industries in the growing global job market.

The system of higher education in Zimbabwe is famous for higher technical education as well as linguistic studies. Arts and the culture have also remained as a strong part of the system and society. It is because of this art and culture that many want to study in Zimbabwe.

Top Bachelor of Arts Degrees in Humanities Studies in Zimbabwe 2019

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Bachelor of Arts in Theology and Religious Studies (HTRS)

Midlands State University
Campus Full time 8 semesters February 2019 Zimbabwe Gweru

To provide well-trained mentors for the different religious institutions nationally and regionally. [+]

Objectives

To provide well-trained mentors for the different religious institutions nationally and regionally.

to provide leadership for theological education through consultancy and support services to communities in need of collaboration with other theological institutions. to facilitate research and publication in African theology and methodology to stimulate collaboration among existing theological institutions. to initiate theological and religious initiatives that address the many challenges of the world such as war, HIV/AIDS, famine and environmental change. Career Prospects

The Theology and Religious Studies graduates will have career opportunities in Religious institutions, NGOs, the public sector, the uniformed forces, welfare institutions, universities, private sector.... [-]


Bachelor of Arts in Archaeology, Cultural Heritage and Museum Studies (HACHMS)

Midlands State University
Campus Full time 8 semesters February 2019 Zimbabwe Gweru

The department seeks to develop and maintain a global network of professional and collaborating organizations and centers. [+]

Aims The department seeks to develop and maintain a global network of professional and collaborating organizations and centers. It is also committed to the production of educational and training modules and to make such educational materials available in different formats, including multimedia, to the public, professionals and other tertiary institutions. The department hopes to achieve this vision through the study of and research in African and global heritage and culture, African and world prehistories, historical archaeology, museums and cultural institutions. Entry Requirements A candidate must have obtained at least five `O’ Level passes including English Language and History. A pass in Mathematics at `O’ Level’ will be an added advantage. A candidate must also have obtained a pass in History at `A’ level and at least ONE of the following subjects or their equivalent: Shona, Ndebele, Geography, or Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Computer Science Career Prospects ... [-]

Bachelor of Arts Honors in Language and Communication Studies

Lupane State University
Campus Full time 4 years February 2019 Zimbabwe Bulawayo

On successful completion of the course, one will be equipped with the necessary skills and knowledge to assess the place of language within systems and processes of communication generally; describe particular usages of language, for example at the levels of pronunciation, lexicogrammar, discourse structure and functioning; appreciate relationships between language forms and the social and cultural contexts where they are used; analyse the specific demands and constraints of using language and communicating within particular institutional and professional settings, such as the mass media, medicine, education (including language education), business and industry; appreciate the shared elements of human communication processes and explore their diversity and their central relevance to contemporary social life; analyse the communication practices that sustain and constitute social institutions such as the newspaper, TV and film industries and critically appraise their output; identify generic categories within types of media communication and understand their constitution as cultural products. [+]

On successful completion of the course, one will be equipped with the necessary skills and knowledge to:

Assess the place of language within systems and processes of communication generally; Describe particular usages of language, for example at the levels of pronunciation, lexicogrammar, discourse structure and functioning; Appreciate relationships between language forms and the social and cultural contexts where they are used; Analyze the specific demands and constraints of using language and communicating within particular institutional and professional settings, such as the mass media, medicine, education (including language education), business and industry; Appreciate the shared elements of human communication processes and explore their diversity and their central relevance to contemporary social life; Analyze the communication practices that sustain and constitute social institutions such as the newspaper, TV and film industries and critically appraise their output; Identify generic categories within types of media communication and understand their constitution as cultural products. Entry Requirements Five (5) ‘O’ level passes including English and an African language ... [-]