1. Master of Laws in Commercial Law (LL.M - Commercial Law) (24 months)

Host: Department of Economic Law

The Master’s degree programme in Commercial Law (LL.M – Commercial Law) is intended to train law graduates and provide them with deeper understanding of the law and other relevant legal skills that will enable students to pursue the legal course of justice in respect of persons (natural and legal) on various matters. In particular the programmes will enable students to:

  • Develop an analytical approach for solving legal problems.

  • Solve or undertake any appropriate legal action on legal problems.

  • Provide legal advice in appropriate cases including the implementation of different development programmes.

  • Acquire appropriate legal skills necessary for the investigation of facts.

Core Courses: Legal Research Methodology, Banking and Finance Law, Advanced Law of Contract, Law on Investment and Security, Advanced Company Law, International Trade Law, Field Research and Dissertation.

Elective Courses: Transport Law, Intellectual Property Law, Insurance Law, International Commercial Arbitration, E-Commerce Law, International Taxation Law, Competition Law.

 

2. Master of Laws in International Law (LLM – International Law) (24 months)

Host: Department of International Law

The Master’s degree programme in International Law (LL.M – International Law) is intended to train law graduates and provide them with deeper understanding of the law and other relevant legal skills that will enable students to pursue the legal course of justice in respect of persons (natural and legal) on various matters. In particular the programmes will enable students to:

  • Develop an analytical approach for solving legal problems.

  • Solve or undertake any appropriate legal action on legal problems.

  • Provide legal advice in appropriate cases including the implementation of different development programmes.

  • Acquire appropriate legal skills necessary for the investigation of facts.

Core Courses: Legal Research Methodology, International Law of War and Neutrality, Private International Law, International Environmental Law, Public International Law, International Criminal Law, Field Research and Dissertation.

Core Courses: Law of Air and Outer Space, International Humanitarian Law, International Refugee Law, International Law of the Child, Law of International Organizations, International Human Rights Law, International Law of the Sea.

 

3. Master of Laws (in Constitutional and Administrative Law) (24)

Host: Department of Constitutional and Administrative Law

The Master’s degree programme in Constitutional and Administrative Law (LL.M – Constitutional and Administrative Law) is intended to train law graduates and provide them with deeper understanding of constitutional and administrative law issues and other relevant legal skills that will enable students to pursue the legal course of justice in respect of persons (natural and legal) on various matters. In particular, the programme will enable students to:

  • Develop an analytical approach for solving constitutional and administrative legal problems.

  • Solve or undertake any appropriate legal action on constitutional and administrative legal problems.

  • Provide legal advice in appropriate cases including the implementation of different development programmes.

  • Acquire appropriate legal skills necessary for the investigation of facts.

Core Courses: Legal Research Methodology, Constitutional Law of Tanzania, Principles of Constitutional Law, Administrative Law II, Administrative Law I, Comparative Constitutional Law, Field Research and Dissertation.

Elective Courses: Local Government Law, Legal Systems of the World, E-Governance Law, The East African Community Law.