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Sociology Departments Swaziland

UNIVERSITY OF SWAZILAND
Department of Sociology
Mission of the Department of Sociology is to produce graduates who are capable of making meaningful contribution to society through their having a better understanding of the needs of the people. Through a people-oriented discipline, the Department seeks to assist students to become their own selves, to cultivate their intellects, to ripen their capacities for objective judgements, to deepen their knowledge and understanding of their cultural heritage, and to prepare for specific professional goals as well as civic and family life.

Objectives
1. To equip students with the necessary knowledge, skills and techniques and values that will empower them to contribute positively to national development.
2. To stimulate and deepen students' interests and knowledge in various theoretical, methodological and practical aspects of the discipline of sociology.

3. To provide intellectual guidance and motivation for students to pursue graduate studies in sociology and related disciplines.
4. To contribute effectively to the intellectual and practical growth and development of the sociology discipline through conducting research relevant to the Southern African region in general and Swaziland in particular.
5. To avail itself to grassroot level in communities by conducting research and making such research findings accessible.
6. To contribute effectively to the objectives of the University by servicing departments that need sociological exposure.

Dr. A. M. Zamberia
Senior Lecturer & Head of Department
Industrial sociology; Technology and Development; Sociological Theory; Sociology of Health and Illness

R. Mathew
Senior Lecturer
Social Research Methods; Social Psychology

T. F. Khumalo
Lecturer
Urban Sociology; Sociology of Organizations; Sociology of Development

P. K. Khumalo
Lecturer
Deviance and Crime; Rural Sociology

E. Kanduza
Lecturer
Social Work; Social Policy and Social Administration

L. P. M. Mabundza
Teaching Assistant (Training Leave)
Social Work