Madawalabu University Programs


madawalabu university programs

   Institute of Technology

                                                             Vision

MWU-IOT will be a Technological Institute distinguished by outstanding learner experience, international focus, distinctive regional contribution and high quality impact of its staff on teaching, training, applied research and innovation. 

                                                              Mission 

To provide student-centered, career-focused education, training and applied research programs for our cohort of learners within a professional and supportive environment. We are fully committed to intensive engagement with regional business, enterprise and social communities while maintaining our university orientation. 

                                                            To achieve our Mission, we will: 

1.      Continue to attract, support and assist our learners throughout their entire educational pathway.

2.   Provide our students with an outstanding learner experience so that MWU-IOT graduates will be                        professionally ready with the requisite skills to enter the marketplace.

3.    Maintain the breadth of educational program provision while placing special emphasis on work-based               learning and on augment competency training.

4.   Focus on attaining the nominated benchmarks required for quality enhancement and the designation of             MWU-IOT as a Technological Institute.

5.   Further develop and embed digital technology in support of our core mission.

6.   Continue to expand and improve the capacity of our applied research, innovation and enterprise                         development programs.

7.   Continue to engage and empower staff and enhance their knowledge-base and skills profile as part of their        continuous professional development.

8.   Further strengthen our typical regional engagement with business, enterprise and communities.

9.   Achieve phase collaborative integration through selected strategic alliances and clusters.

10.  Focus and strengthen our global orientation in education, research and innovation.

 

                                              Values

 

Quality and speedy service delivery

Participatory approach and the rule of law

Justice and fairness

A culture of fighting corruption

Democracy and multiculturalism

Competitiveness in scholarship and cooperation with other institutions

Institutional autonomy with accountability

Economical use of resources and assets
Recognition of merit

 

College of Engineering

1.      Civil Engineering Department

2.      Mechanical Engineering Department

3.      Electrical Engineering Department

4.      Construction Technology and Management

5.      Surveying Engineering Department

6.      Water Resource and Irrigation Engineering Department

College of Computing

1.      Information Science

2.      Information Systems

3.      Computer Science 

The Scientific Director is Accountable to President and performs the following activities

1.      Formulate standards, and working procedures relevant to the colleges  under it in line with the University-wide policies,        rules and regulations and ensure that their achievement;

2.      Endorse the creation or revision of academic programs originating from or endorsed by departments and reported to            the institute and propose for approval by the Senate;

3.      Organize and approve research  proposals  and funding projects which are planned and coordinated  by the colleges;

4.      Process scholarships for staff and students within the institute and research hosted by the IOT;

5.      Initiate  and  facilitate  external  relations  with  a  view  to  forging  partnerships  with academic  and  research                    institutions,  donors,  and  the  industry  as  well  as  promoting community service in line with applicable rules and              regulations of the University;

6.      Oversee the processes of staff recruitment, transfer, promotion and professional development based on the policies             and regulations;

7.      Monitor the activities of Discipline Committee and other committees.

8.      Prepare consolidated physical plan and budget plan of the institution and ensure its implementation; also prepare                performance report on regular basis and submit to the concerned offices;

9.      Oversee the proper distribution and utilization of  teaching-learning  resources and facilities;

10.  Facilitate, monitor and evaluate the performance of administrative support team assigned under it;

11.  Plan, organize and coordinate activities of finance and procurement depending on the approved budget of the                       institution;

12.  Facilitate  revenue  collection  from  consultancy  work,  project  contracts,  donations, tuition fees etc;

13.  Compile, produce and submit the activities, reports and essential statistics of the institution to the president  as well as        to the concerned organs of the university;

14.  Oversee the processes of the contract agreements for academic and related activities (such as CEP, over time, over         load, part time etc) and process related to payments in collaboration with the concerned offices;

15.  Works closely with Research and Community Service Vice President regarding research, community service,                       university-industry linkage and technology transfer.

16.  Perform other duties assigned by the President.

Message from the IOT Acting Senior Director

Welcome to MaddaWalabu University Institute of Technology (MWU-IOT), a venue of a very promising institution in Bale Zone which aspire to serve as a model for other educational institution within the country.  MWU-IOT was started in the year 2009 E.C. The Institute has two colleges: Engineering and Computing. The College of Engineering has six (6) departments: Civil Engineering, Construction Technology and Management, Water Resources and Irrigation Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering and Surveying Engineering. While the College of Computing has three (3) departments: Information Science, Information Systems and Computer Science.

MWU-IOT aims to boasts culture of academic excellence, scientific breakthroughs, and high-tech innovation. One of our missions is to produce internationally competent Engineering and Technology graduates.  The IOT colleges guarantee to conduct technology-based applied research and transferring technologies for industries and communities through strong partnership and entrepreneurship culture.  In the coming years, the institute desires to be the center of excellence in teaching practice-oriented applied technology education in which its graduates develop the required skills by way of industrial apprenticeships locally and internationally.

I would ask you to take advantage of this great opportunity and join us in our endeavor, to actively contribute to the overall improvement of this increasingly globalized society.

I anticipate you to be a part of MWU-IOT.We are fighting for excellence!

With best wishes,

NANETTE ANDO UBALDO, MSc

Acting Senior Director of  Institute of Technology

Departements
i. Under Graduate Program

Management
Accounting and Finance
Economics
Marketing Management
Tourism Management

ii. Post Graduate Program

MBA/Masters of Busines Administration

SCHOOL OF LAW

ission

The mission of school of law is to produce competent entrepreneurial as well as employable graduates, provide need based community services and demand driven/problem solving research outputs through relevant and quality education, research, training and consultancy service to foster socio-economic development in the country.

Vision

Madda Walabu University School of Law aspires to be one of the top three societal problem solving universities in Ethiopia by 2025.

List of Department

·         Department of Law

·         Free Legal Service Center

Ø  Bale Zone High Court Free Legal Service Center

Ø  SinanaWereda Court Free Legal Service Center

Ø  GobaWereda Court Free Legal Service Center

Ø  DinshoWereda Court Free Legal Service Center

·         Moot Court

·         Externship and Legal Clinics

·         Law School Registrar

·         Law Library

Message from the Dean

Welcome to Madda Walabu University School of Law. The School was launched in 2011 and after its establishment, had begun its academic activities with 37 degree regular and 47 extension program students. Today, more than 100 students are attending the regular LL. B program whereas 32 students are enrolled in the extension degree program. Upon its establishment, the School had only three full-time instructors but currently 21 members of academic staff have joined and taught law courses in the School.
The School of Law has an honored experience of providing access to justice for all vulnerable groups of the communities through its legal aid centers in collaboration with Oromia Supreme Court and Bale Zone High Court. On the other hand, our School is a founding member of Ethiopian Law Schools Association and has been an active participant in the Ethiopian Law schools’ consortium since 2012. I invite you to explore our website and learn more about the School of Law.

Solomon Girma, Dean

 

School of medicine
The College of Medicine and Health Sciences of the university was established in 1999 E.C by launching two departments namely Nursing and Environmental Health. The college is expanding from time to time. It commenced public health office professionals in 2001 E.C. in order to train professionals who meet the need of the country and avert the problems faced due to shortage of mid-level health professionals. Particularly so as to fill the gap observed in shortage of medical doctors, the college has started training medical doctors admitting 68 students using the opportunity that the university was given nationally as one of the ten universities to train medical doctors by the New Innovative Medical Education Initiative program in 2004 E.C. The college currently has four departments namely Medicine, Nursing, Public Health/Health Officer, and Midwifery. The college is using different approaches to teaching including classroom teaching, demonstrations/ skill laboratory, clinical practice and community based learning. The college uses health facilities found in Bale Zone including hospitals and health centers and hospitals in western and eastern Arsi Zone (Shashemene and Assela Referral Hospitals). The college is implementing community-based teaching approaches using Community Based Training Program (CBTP) and Team Training Program (TTP) where the students will learn by working in-group from different disciplines and working in the actual community setting. Future direction of the college is: • Lunching new programs in masters level in public health. • strengthening the link between the college and other supporting organizations and institutions • strengthening the capacity of the college and providing quality education Ato Abulie Takele (RN, BSc, MPH-RH) Director,

Continuing Education Directorate
In Ethiopia, the fate of future higher education needs extremely the participation of scholars and all concerned bodies who have common understanding on the objectives and mission of higher institutions. This helps to produce productive and creative citizens who: serve its nations critically, materialize the resource of the country in an effective and efficient way, and conduct research and investigation to come up with a solution for certain problems of the country. Basically, the expansion of higher education is very much helpful to eradicate illiteracy and poverty. Moreover, it helps citizens to attend their regular and continuing education program so as to contribute to the overall development of the country in all aspects. Taking into consideration of the above main roles of higher institutions, Madda Walabu University is providing education in regular and continuing modes of education aiming to produce ethical and productive citizens who are expected to play a great role for the development of the country. In line with the regular education program, the University started continuing education in February 1999 E.C. Summer program was also launched in the same year. Currently we have 930 students in extension(weekend ) program, 3712 in summer in-service program and 633 in winter in-service with overall 5,275 number of students under non-regular programs.
Shiferaw Wami (M.Sc) Continuing Education Directorate
Director