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Minimum Entry requirements to the course

  • Uganda Certificate of Education with at least 4 credits or its equivalent
  • Must be fluent in both written and spoken English language
  • Work experience is an added advantage

Mode of Delivery/Instruction

Face to face lectures are conducted at the beginning and during the course of the semester and there is a new development in the mode of delivery through online resources, Learning materials are also provided through quality print modules/hand books. We are in the process of developing CDs, DVDs and VCDs.

Attendance and assignments

Students must participate in online discussion, take tests and submit assignments at the specified times. Students are expected to log in on their accounts regularly, that is; at least three times a week for the duration of each course. Students who do not log in for one week will receive a mailed notification and warning. The consistence of absence from face to face lecture and online dialogue will constitute an automatic disqualification and discontinuation from the course.

Students who do not submit assignments for a course will not be permitted to take the course examination and will be expected to redo the course when it is next offered. Tutors are not obliged to accept coursework’s submitted after the stipulated date nor to grant extensions. Late submission will automatically be subjected to reduction of one mark a day for the first 2 weeks of delay, for submission after a fortnight, an assignment will only receive 50% if it satisfies the examiner.

Examination Regulations

Some students who involve themselves in examination malpractices e.g. cheating, smuggling in notes, etc will be victimised. All students are strongly warned that cheating or attempting to cheat in Africa population institute Examinations may lead to dismissal from the Institute. Please note that course works, research or project assignments are also part of API Examinations. Copying or pirating other works (plagiary), or hiring another person to do one’s assignments is an Examination malpractice that may lead to dismissal from the institute.

The examination results of any student who has sat the examinations without being registered shall be nullified. Students are strongly warned against this. A student who has not attended up to 60% of the instruction time may be denied to sit period end examinations. Cases of impersonation, falsification of documents or giving false/incomplete information whenever discovered either at registration or afterwards, will lead to automatic cancellation of admission, revocation of awards where applicable and prosecution in the courts of laws.

Course Duration, Assessment and Grading System

The course takes three months. Assessment tests and course work are done in the middle of the term and contribute 40% towards the final grade. The final exam is done at the end of the months and contributes 60%, to the total marks which is 100%. The final grades are streamlined as follows.


Letter % Standard Guideline Grade Descriptions
Grades Equivalent & Grade
A 80 – 100 Exceptional Work of distinguished quality which is based on a very extensive
5.0 reading and which demonstrates an authoritative grasp of the
concepts, methodology and content appropriate to the subject and
to the assessed task. There is clear evidence of originality of
thought and the ability to synthesize materials, think analytically
and to synthesize material effectively.
B+ 75-79 Excellent Work which clearly demonstrates all the qualities of “B” but
4.5 which reveals greater insight and more originally.
B 70-74 Very Good Work which demonstrates and above average level of
4.0 understanding of concepts, methodology and content appropriate
of the subject and which draws on a wide range of referenced
resources. There is clear evidence of critical judgment in
selecting, ordering and analyzing content. Demonstrates some
ability to synthesize material and to construct responses which
reveal insight and may offer some occasional originality
B- 65-69 Good Work which contains most of the qualities of a “B” grade but the
3.5 critical judgment is less developed and there is less insight and
C 60-64 Pass Work with the qualities of a “C” grade but containing a greater
3.0 degree of critical analysis and original insight
D 55-59 Satisfactory Work derived from a good basis of reading and which
2.5 demonstrates a grasp of relevant materials and key concepts and
the ability to structure and organize arguments. The performance
in assessment may be routine but the work will be arculate,
clearly presented and written and include some critical analysis
and a modest degree of original insight. There will be no serious
omissions or irrelevancies
E 50-54 Marginal Work that demonstrates more of the qualities of a “E” grade but
Pass which contains less of critical analysis and little or original
2.0 insights
F Below 50 Fail Work which fails in significant respects to meet the criteria. And
0.0 – 1.5 here students are advised to re do the work on aspect of
organization and presentation and show evidence for
understanding some of the key concepts.


Each course unit offered in this course has specific contact hours which are a measure used to indicate the relative weight given to an individual course in a relation to fulfilling the course. In order to complete the program of the study successful, students must achieve the required number of lecture hours (LH) just like one tutorial hour (TH) is equal to one contact hour and two practical hours (PH).


Period Course Code Course Name Contact Hours
Term CBA 101 English Special Program 15
one CBA 102 Computer Applications 15
CBA 103 Public Relations and Communication Skills 15
CBA 104 Production and Operations Management 15
Term CBA 201 Basic Business Calculus 10
Two CBA 202 Company Law and Politics 10
CBA 203 Commerce and Management 10
CBA 204 Current Affairs 10
Term CBA 301 Business Marketing and Sales Strategies 12
Three CBA 302 Human Resource and Business Ethics 12
CBA 303 Finance Management and Accounting 12
CBA 304 Credit Management 12
Recess CBA 401 Case Study: Livelihood and Small Scale Business 15

@$120 Per Term or its equivalent in the local currency as determined

How to Apply: For Application and guidelines, come with a PP size photo, Photocopies of academic documents and $15 or Watsapp Head office on +256 772 836998

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