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The master of Leadership and Governance will be offered physically whereby participants interaction will take place face to face – in a traditional classroom and in blended learning where by participants will attend classes virtually without being and will sit for exams physically.

MS TCDC understands the needs and aspirations of prospective students who are eager to pursue postgraduate studies but are also working and managing business, thus, participating in traditional classes is challenging to many.

Therefore, blended learning will meet the needs of prospective students who want to enrol but do not have time to be at MS TCDC to participate physically and at the same time cater for the needs of participants who want to participate physically.

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MS TCDC Master's Fee Structure

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Fees Structure

Program Structure

The program is divided into four semesters over two academic years, covering thirteen modules, with each module covered within a specified time. There are 17 weeks per semester allocated for lectures, tutorial instructions, simulations, discussions, assignments, and examinations. Our research module, which is weighted heavily, takes two full semesters and is conducted after the other modules to allow students to use leadership aspects during research.

Program Objectives

Build a solid foundation of scientific principles relevant to leadership and governance.

Develop awareness of opportunities and the importance of creativity, innovation, and self-reliance to sustain organizations. Acquire critical thinking skills from experienced tutors and leaders to solve complex organizational challenges.

Foster collegiality, harmony, and peacekeeping through effective communication, creating a positive work environment.

Provide students with leadership and governance competencies to achieve better results in managing organizations.

Offer flexible learning paths and schedules to accommodate diverse learning needs, promoting curiosity, reflection, and understanding.

Equip graduates with knowledge and techniques to effectively apply governance practices. Prepare ethical leaders who possess the necessary skills, knowledge, and attitudes to excel in operational areas.


Who is the program for


  • Graduates from any Bachelor's degree
  • Individuals currently holding or aspiring to hold leadership positions
  • Individuals interested in pursuing a career in leadership and governance
  • Private practitioners and public institutions
  • Those involved in the analysis or practices of leadership and governance
  • Individuals working in local or national government, development organizations, bi-lateral and multi-lateral organizations, NGOs, universities, and the private sector.

What you will learn

  • Leadership Integrity and Accountability
  • Leadership Theory and Practice
  • Governance Theory and Practice
  • Planning and Resource Management
  • Innovation and Strategic Thinking
  • Human Centred Design Thinking
  • Development Economics
  • National and International Laws
  • Policy Analysis
  • Applied Statistics
  • Research Methodology
  • Financial Management for Leaders
  • Project Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation
  • Leading Entrepreneurial organization
  • Gender Mainstreaming
  • Diversity Management
  • Dissertation Writing and Defense

    Admission Requirements

  • Bachelor’s degree with at least upper second class or advanced diploma recognised by TCU/NACTVET
  • Bachelor’s degree with lower second class (honors) and three (3) years of relevant post-qualification work experience
  • Bachelor’s degree with a PASS and relevant minimum post-qualification work experience of five (5) years
  • Unclassified Bachelor’s degrees holders should have an average credit of B or above