Vision and Mission

Welcome to Solomon Mahlangu College of Science and Education  


Prof. Allen Lewis Malisa


Solomon Mahlangu College of Science and Education

The Solomon Mahlangu College of Science and Education (SM-CoSE) was approved by the University Council on 30th March 2017 after merging the former Faculty of Science and the Directorate of Solomon Mahlangu Campus.

The college hosts more than 1800 students who are trained by 136 staff. It currently offers eight undergraduate programs, one post graduate diploma in education, two masters programs, and PhD (by Thesis) in the area of life sciences, physical sciences, environmental sciences, meteorology, hydrogeology, natural products, toxicology, phytochemistry, mathematics, statistics, bioinformatics, informatics, network science, computational sciences, cognitive and science teachers education. The Solomon Mahlangu College of Science and Education brings together globally prominent disciplines at the core of scientific inquiry and education.

Upon its inception and through its various incarnations, the College has one basic task in providing the quality of education and scientific leadership that are necessary to achieve the highest level of academic excellence. This achievement is committed from our diverse and inclusive learning community, one that works to advance scientific research and knowledge locally, nationally and worldwide.


To become a centre of excellence in natural and applied sciences


To provide efficient, effective, and high quality training, research, outreach and consultancy services in natural and applied sciences, and education.


The College of Science and Education is harbored in the Solomon Mahlangu Campus (SMC) at Mazimbu area that located about 10 Km north of the SUA Main Campus, 4 Km off the Dar es Salaam – Tunduma (Zambia) Highway.




Sokoine University of Agriculture (SUA),
Solomon Mahlangu College of Science and Education,
P. O Box 3038, Morogoro, Tanzania
Tel: +255 23 2604420
Fax: +255 23 2603404
Cell: +255 713633288