Charles Ssentongo, the Deputy Registrar for Undergraduate Admissions and Records, says the courses were advertised late because National Council for Higher Education delayed to accredit them. These courses were advertised on August 18th, a week after opening of the semester. The courses include; Bachelor of Science in Information Technology offered in the College of Computing and Information Technology, Bachelor of Science in Forestry, Bachelor of Geographical Sciences, Bachelor of Science in Tourism and Hospitality Management and Bachelor of Industrial Livestock and Business to be offered in the College of Veterinary Medicine, Animal Resources and Bio-Security.
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