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2013

my Registration @ Unisa
registration process, rules & qualifications
undergraduate higher certificates, diplomas & degrees honours degrees, postgraduate certificates & diplomas

College of Science Engineering and Technology

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Registration at a glance The Unisa Student Walk Are you ready to register? Your 2013 registration dates Re-admission in 2014 Registration process
Confirm your qualification Choose your module(s) Calculate your student fees and payment options Minimum amount payable at registration Dishonoured cheques Overdue accounts and accounts handed over for collection 2013 cancellation dates Payment methods Prescribed student fee Miscellaneous fees Fees for additional study materials Bursaries and NSFAS student loans Online via the internet In person at a self-help computer terminal Post Fax Registration approval

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Complete and submit your registration form

Prepare for your studies Amending your registration

Qualification information
DIPLOMAS National Certificate in Datametrics Diploma in Information Technology National Diploma: Engineering: Civil National Diploma: Engineering: Electrical Clinical Engineering National Diploma: Engineering: Electrical Computer Systems National Diploma: Engineering: Electrical Electronics and Electronic Communication National Diploma: Engineering: Electrical Mechatronics National Diploma: Engineering: Electrical Power Engineering National Diploma: Engineering: Electrical Process Instrumentation National Diploma: Engineering: Industrial National Diploma: Engineering: Mechanical National Diploma: Engineering: Chemical National Diploma: Information Technology National Diploma: Mining Engineering National Diploma: Mine Surveying National Diploma: Pulp and Paper Technology National Diploma: Surface Mining BACCALAUREUS TECHNOLOGIAE DEGREES Baccalaureus Technologiae: Engineering: Chemical (Environmental) Baccalaureus Technologiae: Engineering: Civil Construction Management Baccalaureus Technologiae: Engineering: Civil Environmental Engineering Baccalaureus Technologiae: Engineering: Civil Structural Baccalaureus Technologiae: Engineering: Civil Urban Engineering Baccalaureus Technologiae: Engineering: Civil Water Baccalaureus Technologiae: Engineering: Electrical Clinical Engineering Baccalaureus Technologiae: Engineering: Electrical Computer Systems Baccalaureus Technologiae: Engineering: Electrical Power Engineering Baccalaureus Technologiae: Engineering: Electrical Process Instrumentation Baccalaureus Technologiae: Engineering: Electrical Telecommunication Baccalaureus Technologiae: Engineering: Chemical Baccalaureus Technologiae: Engineering: Industrial Baccalaureus Technologiae: Information Technology Baccalaureus Technologiae: Engineering: Mechanical BACHELOR DEGREES Bachelor of Science Bachelor of Science General Bachelor of Science Information Technology and Computer Science: Computational Intelligence Stream Bachelor of Science Information Technology and Computer Science: Computational Statistics (Programming) Stream Bachelor of Science Information Technology and Computer Science: Computational Statistics (Information Systems) Stream 51 52 53 54 55 57 59 60 62 64 65 67 68 69 70 71 72 Bachelor of Science Information Technology and Computer Science: Decision Modelling and Computing Stream Bachelor of Science Information Technology and Computer Science: Information and Decision Modelling Stream Bachelor of Science Information Technology and Computer Science: Scientific Computing Stream Bachelor of Science Information Technology and Computer Science: Software Engineering Stream Bachelor of Science Information Technology and Computer Science: Information Systems and Geography Bachelor of Science Information Technology and Computer Science: Information Technology Management Stream Bachelor of Science Mathematical and Statistical Science: Applied Mathematics Steam Bachelor of Science Mathematical and Statistical Science: Mathematics Steam Bachelor of Science Mathematical and Statistical Science: Environmental Statistics Stream Bachelor of Science Mathematical and Statistical Science: Financial Modelling Stream Bachelor of Science Mathematical and Statistical Science: Mathematical: Modelling Stream Bachelor of Science Mathematical and Statistical Science: Mathematical Statistics Stream Bachelor of Science Mathematical and Statistical Science: Statistical Decision Science Stream Bachelor of Science Mathematical and Statistical Science: Statistics for Management Stream Bachelor of Science Natural Sciences: Astronomy Stream Bachelor of Science Natural Sciences: Chemistry and Physics Stream Bachelor of Science Natural Sciences: Chemistry and Microbiology Stream Bachelor of Science Natural Sciences: Chemistry and Mathematics Stream Bachelor of Science Natural Sciences: Chemistry and Physiology Stream Bachelor of Science Natural Sciences: Physics and Computer Science Stream Bachelor of Science Natural Sciences: Physics Stream Bachelor of Science (Applied Mathematics and Computer Science Stream) Bachelor of Science (Applied Mathematics and Physics Stream) Bachelor of Science (Applied Mathematics and Statistics Stream) Bachelor of Science (Chemistry and Applied Mathematics Stream) Bachelor of Science (Chemistry and Physics Stream) Bachelor of Science (Chemistry and Statistics Stream) Bachelor of Science (Chemistry and Computer Science Stream) Bachelor of Science (Chemistry and Information Systems Stream) Bachelor of Science (Mathematics and Chemistry Stream) Bachelor of Science (Mathematics and Applied Mathematics Stream) Bachelor of Science (Mathematics and Physics Stream) Bachelor of Science (Mathematics and Statistics Stream) Bachelor of Science (Mathematics and Computer Science Stream) Bachelor of Science (Mathematics and Information Systems Stream)

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Bachelor of Science (Statistics and Physics Stream) Bachelor of Science in Computing Bachelor of Science in Informatics HONOURS DEGREES Honours Bachelor of Commerce in Statistics Honours Bachelor of Science in Chemistry Honours Bachelor of Science in Physics Honours Bachelor of Science in Computer Science Honours Bachelor of Science in Astronomy Honours Bachelor of Science in Applied Mathematics Honours Bachelor of Science in Mathematics Honours Bachelor of Science in Statistics Honours Bachelor of Science in Information Systems Bachelor of Commerce Honours in Business Informatics Bachelor of Commerce Honours in Business Informatics 121 122 123 1 24 124 124 125 125 126 126 127 127 128 128 Bachelor of Science Honours in Computing Bachelor of Science Honours in Astronomy Education Bachelor of Science Honours in Chemistry Education Bachelor of Science Honours in Computing Education Bachelor of Science Honours in Life Science Education Bachelor of Science Honours in Mathematics Education Bachelor of Science Honours in Physics Education Bachelor of Science Honours in Science Education Bachelor of Science Honours in Statistics Education Bachelor of Science Honours in Technology Education Bachelor of Science Honours in Physics Bachelor of Science Honours in Chemistry Bachelor of Science Honours in Astronomy Bachelor of Science Honours in Applied Mathematics Bachelor of Science Honours in Statistics Bachelor of Science Honours in Mathematics 129 129 129 130 130 130 131 131 132 133 133 133 134 134 134 135

Administrative information
Transitional arrangements Modules with practical components Buy your books (Unisas official booksellers) Unisa rules for students

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The Unisa student walk


1 Choose & apply
This is where you chose your qualification, checked that you met the admission requirements and confirmed that you have the skills and the right personal circumstances to study at an open distance learning university. You must also have applied for admission to Unisa.

2 Register (you are here)


First-time successful applicants and registering students must now register to study at Unisa in 2013. You can register online (http://registration.unisa.ac.za), at a Unisa regional centre with self-help facilities, by post or by fax (using the pre-populated form) during the specified registration periods. NB: You must register to be eligible to write exams and receive credits for work done in the year.

3 Teach & learn


Once you register, youll receive a study pack. It contains your study material and a brochure called my Studies @ Unisa, containing orientation information, advice on planning your studies, connecting to Unisas services, accessing your study material online and also the actual study process.

4 Graduate & lifelong learning


After you graduate, you join the group of Unisa alumni. At this stage, you can choose to remain in contact with the university and other alumni. We encourage you to do so for the networking and academic opportunities that present themselves. It also allows you to give back, to participate in the education of new students in a mentorship role.

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Online is essential
You must know how to use a computer and you must be able to access the internet for at least an hour a week. The Unisa system is designed around the internet. Take myUnisa, for example, our online student portal. On myUnisa, you can - as a registered Unisa student - download your study material, connect with lecturers and fellow students, submit assignments, confirm exam venues, and so on. myUnisa is your primary means of contact with your university. In short, you cant do without it. Whats more, from 2013 each of our colleges will have a compulsory online module as part of its curriculum, which means that you will have to take an online module at Unisa. Being online, these modules reference current, cutting-edge, constantly changing information. So you need to start on your online module right away and you need to keep up from beginning to end. From 2014, all honours students will no longer receive printed study material. Please use the next year to prepare yourself for this, and to ensure that you have regular access to a computer and the internet.

Connecting to Unisa services


The nature of ODL requires you to work alone much of the time, using your own initiative and independent study skills. We do, however, provide vital services to our students: the libraries, counselling, regional centres, student bodies such as the SRC and services for students with disabilities all ways in which registered students can connect to Unisa and gain the unique experience that is open distance learning.

Academic support network


Perhaps the most important Unisa contact point is the one you have to create for yourself, your academic support network: people with whom you can share ideas, people whose own ideas can deepen your understanding, people who can support and motivate you. They can be fellow students, friends, family, work colleagues or experts in your field of interest in fact, anyone who can add that spark to your studies. Youll find

Your 2013 registration dates


Semester 1, semester and year modules Semester 1 and 2 year modules
Online, self-help, post & fax Self help registrations Internet, post and fax registration 26 November2012 - 21 December 2012 28 November - 20 December 2012 28 November - 23 December 2012 2 January 2013 25 January 2013 (for semester2012 1 modules) & & accepted until 1 February 2013) 3 January 2013 - 23(payments January 2012 3 January 2013 19 March 2013 2excepted January 2013 - 15 March 2013 (for semester 2& year -modules) (payments until 1 February)
Official open: & 19 January 2013 You can register Monday to Saturdays Friday and on the 12 following Saturdays: 7July, 14 July, 10 March.

Semester 2 modules
Online, self-help, post & fax 3 June 2013 - 12 July 2013
Official Saturday open: 6 July 2013

Unisa offices will close at 15:45 on Friday 21 December 2012 and re-open at 08:00 on Tuesday 2 January 2013. No registration documentation will be accepted - either online, by post or by fax - during this period. Self-help centres open weekdays 08:00 - 15:45 Official Saturdays 08:00 - 11:30

The minimum registration fee must be paid by the relevant date, otherwise your registration wont be finalised.

Re-admission in 2014
Only applicable to undergraduate students registering for the first time or starting a new qualification in 2013. To be re-admitted as a student in 2014, a student who registered for the first time in 2013 must have registered for and passed at least 36 credits (or 3 modules). Failure to do so may mean that you will not be re-admitted to Unisa in 2014. From the second year of study, you must also pass a minimum of 48 (4 modules) per year. Failure to do so may result in you not being allowed to study further at undergraduate level, unless you complete a one-year certificate programme at NQF level 5 from an accredited university after the year of exclusion.

1st year of study


Pass 36 credits (3 modules)

from 2nd year of study


Pass 48 credits (4 modules)

Re-admission in 2014 Alternatively


Complete a 1-year certificate programme at NQF level 5 from an accredited university for the year of exclusion.

Admission declined
Failure to pass the required number of modules will result in you not being able to study further at undergraduate level.

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Registration process
There are four steps to a successful registration. Each part of the process is important in completing your registration successfully. We have therefore included information that is important for you to know at each stage. Note: If you use the electronic channels (web or self-help terminals at the regional centres) to complete and submit your registration, you will be prompted when information is missing or incorrect. This will assist you in ensuring that you include all important details and upload all necessary documents when submitting your registration. If you choose to register by post or by fax, the responsibility for the accuracy and inclusion of your information rests with you. We therefore urge you to register as soon as registration opens if you will be registering via one of these channels, as missing or incorrect information may cause delays in the approval of your registration.

Confirm your qualification

Choose your modules

Calculate your student fees & payment options

Complete & submit your registration form

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Confirm your qualification


The first step in registration is confirming your qualification. Work through the following information carefully if you are registering for any qualification for the first time in 2013. If you are a returning Unisa student and wish to choose a new qualification, we suggest that you also work through the following information to ensure that you meet all the minimum and qualification-specific admission requirements. To view the qualification information, go to page 50 of this brochure.
Higher certificate
A National Senior Certificate (NSC), with at least 30% in the language of teaching and learning, or A Senior Certificate, with at least 30%* in the language of teaching and learning in terms of the NSC, or

Diploma
A National Senior Certificate (Diploma endorsement) with at least 50% in the language of teaching and learning and Mathematics with at least 40%, or A Senior Certificate with at least an equivalent of 50%* in terms of the NSC, in the language of learning and teaching; and Mathematics with at least an equivalent of 40%* as in the NSC, or A National Certificate (Vocational) Level 4 with at least an equivalent of 60%* in terms of the NSC, in the language of learning and teaching; and Mathematics with at least an equivalent of 40%* as in the NSC.

Bachelor's degree
A National Senior Certificate (Degree endorsement) with at least 50% in the language of teaching and learning, and Mathematics with at least 50%, or A Senior Certificate with matriculation exemption or qualify for the exemption from the Matriculation Board, with at least an equivalent of 50%* in terms of the NSC in the language of learning and teaching; and Mathematics with at least an equivalent of 50%*, as in the NSC, or A National Certificate (Vocational) Level 4 with at least an equivalent of 60%* in terms of the NSC, in the language of learning and teaching; and Mathematics with at least an equivalent of 50%* as in the NSC.

College of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences

A National Certificate (Vocational) Level 4, with at least 30% in the language of teaching and learning in terms of the NSC.

A student who has not obtained at least 50% in the language of teaching and learning; 50% in Mathematics and Physical Science will be limited to 48 credits at NQF level 5 in their first period of study and must register for To meet the language requirement: /Students whose Language of Learning and Teaching is English: ENG1511 (English proficiency for university studies) and ENN103F (English for academic purposes). /Students whose Language of Learning and Teaching is Afrikaans: AFK1502 (Basiese teksvaardighede) and AFK1503 (Contemporary Afrikaans: Language studies and written communication). To meet the Mathematics requirement: a Mathematics module (MAT0511). To meet the Physical Science requirement: a Science module (SMI181Q). Two or three modules from their chosen program.

A student who has not obtained at least 50% in the language of teaching and learning; 50% in Mathematics and Physical Science will be limited to 48 credits at NQF level 5 in their first period of study and must register for To meet the language requirement: /Students whose Language of Learning and Teaching is English: Students whose Language of Learning and Teaching is English: ENG1511 (English proficiency for university studies) and ENN103F (English for academic purposes). /Students whose Language of Learning and Teaching is Afrikaans: AFK1502 (Basiese teksvaardighede) and AFK1503 (Contemporary Afrikaans: Language studies and written communication). To meet the Mathematics requirement: a Mathematics module (MAT0511). To meet the Physical Science requirement: a Science module (SMI181Q). Two or three modules from their chosen program.

All 48 credits will have to be passed before the student can continue with the Diploma curriculum.

All 48 credits will have to be passed before the student can continue with the Degree curriculum. A student who does not meet the admission requirements may apply for admission into a diploma.

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Higher certificate
A National Senior Certificate (NSC), with at least 30% in the language of teaching and learning and with at least 30% in Mathematics or 50% in Mathematical Literacy, or A Senior Certificate, with at least 30%* in the language of teaching and learning in terms of the NSC, and with at least an equivalent of 30%*,in Mathematics in terms of the NSC, or A National Certificate (Vocational) Level 4, with at least 30%* in the language of teaching and learning in terms of the NSC, and at least 30%* in Mathematics in terms of the NSC.

Diploma
A National Senior Certificate (Diploma endorsement) with at least 50% in the language of teaching and learning, and Mathematics with at least 40% or Mathematics literacy with at least 60%, or A Senior Certificate with at least an equivalent of 50%*, in terms of the NSC, in the language of learning and teaching; and Mathematics with at least an equivalent of 40%*, as in the NSC, or A National Certificate (Vocational) Level 4 with at least diploma endorsement and with at least 60%* in the language of teaching and learning in terms of the NSC, and 40%* in Mathematics or 60%* in Mathematics Literacy, in terms of the NSC.

Bachelors degree
A National Senior Certificate (Degree endorsement) with at least 50% in the language of teaching and learning, and either Mathematics with at least 40%, or Mathematics Literacy with at least 70%, or A Senior Certificate with matriculation exemption or qualify for the exemption from the Matriculation Board, with at least an equivalent of 50%*, in terms of the NSC, in the language of learning and teaching; and either Mathematics with at least an equivalent of 40%* as in the NSC, or A National Certificate (Vocational) Level 4 with at least degree endorsement, with at least 60%* in the language of teaching and learning in terms of the NSC and at least 40%* in Mathematics or 70%* in Mathematics Literacy, in terms of the NSC.

College of Economic and Management Sciences

A student who has not obtained at least 50%* in the language of teaching and learning will be limited to 48 credits at NQF level 5 in their first period of study and must register for Students whose Language of Learning and Teaching is English: ENG1511 (English proficiency for university studies) and ENN103F (English for academic purposes), or Students whose Language of Learning and Teaching is Afrikaans: AFK1502 (Basiese teksvaardighede) and AFK1503 (Contemporary Afrikaans: Language studies and written communication). Two modules from their chosen program.

A student who has not obtained at least 50%* in the language of teaching and learning will be limited to 48 credits at NQF level 5 in their first period of study and must register for Students whose Language of Learning and Teaching is English: ENG1511 (English proficiency for university studies) and ENN103F (English for academic purposes), or Students whose Language of Learning and Teaching is Afrikaans: AFK1502 (Basiese teksvaardighede) and AFK1503 (Contemporary Afrikaans: Language studies and written communication). Two modules from their chosen program.

A student who has not obtained at least 30 % in Mathematics or 50%* in Mathematics literacy may enrol for the SLP in Numerical Skills.

All 48 credits will have to be passed before the student can continue with the Diploma curriculum. A student who does not meet the admission requirements may apply for admission into a higher certificate.

All 48 credits will have to be passed before the student can continue with the Degree curriculum. A student who does not meet the admission requirements may apply for admission into a diploma or a higher certificate.

Admission requirements continued

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Higher certificate
A National Senior Certificate (NSC), with at least 30% in the language of teaching and learning, or A Senior Certificate, with at least 30%* in the language of teaching and learning in terms of the NSC, or A National Certificate (Vocational) Level 4, with at least 30%* in the language of teaching and learning in terms of the NSC.

Diploma
A National Senior Certificate (Diploma endorsement) with at least 50% in the language of teaching and learning, or A Senior Certificate with an equivalent of at least 50%* in terms of the NSC, in the language of learning and teaching, or A National Certificate (Vocational) Level 4 with at least diploma endorsement, with at least 60%* in the language of teaching and learning in terms of the NSC.

Bachelors degree
A National Senior Certificate (Degree endorsement) with at least 50% in the language of teaching, or a Senior Certificate with matriculation exemption or qualify for the exemption from the Matriculation Board, with an equivalent of at least 50%* in terms of the NSC in the language of learning and teaching, or A National Certificate (Vocational) Level 4 with at least degree endorsement, with at least 60%* in the language of teaching and learning in terms of the NSC.

College of Education

A student who has not obtained at least 50%* in the language of teaching and learning will be limited to 48 credits at NQF level 5 in their first period of study and must register for Students whose Language of Learning and Teaching is English: ENG1511 (English proficiency for university studies) and ENN103F (English for academic purposes), or Students whose Language of Learning and Teaching is Afrikaans: AFK1502 (Basiese teksvaardighede) and AFK1503 (Contemporary Afrikaans: Language studies and written communication). Two modules from their chosen program.

A student who has not obtained at least 50%* ) in the language of teaching and learning will be limited to 48 credits at NQF level 5 in their first period of study and must register for Students whose Language of Learning and Teaching is English: ENG1511 (English proficiency for university studies) and ENN103F (English for academic purposes), or Students whose Language of Learning and Teaching is Afrikaans: AFK1502 (Basiese teksvaardighede) and AFK1503 (Contemporary Afrikaans: Language studies and written communication). Two modules from their chosen program.

All 48 credits will have to be passed before the student can continue with the Diploma curriculum. A student who does not meet the admission requirements may apply for admission into a higher certificate.

All 48 credits will have to be passed before the student can continue with the Degree curriculum. A student who does not meet the admission requirements may apply for admission into a diploma or a higher certificate.

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Higher certificate
A National Senior Certificate (NSC), with at least 30% in the language of teaching and learning, or A Senior Certificate, with at least 30%* in the language of teaching and learning in terms of the NSC, or

Diploma
A National Senior Certificate (Diploma endorsement) with at least 50% in the language of teaching and learning, or A Senior Certificate with at least an equivalent of 50%*, in terms of the NSC, in the language of learning and teaching, or A National Certificate (Vocational) Level 4 with at least diploma endorsement, with at least 60%* in the language of teaching and learning in terms of the NSC.

Bachelors degree
A National Senior Certificate (Degree endorsement) with at least 50% in the language of teaching and learning, or A Senior Certificate with matriculation exemption or qualify for the exemption from the Matriculation Board, with at least an equivalent of 50%*, in terms of the NSC*, in the language of learning and teaching, or A National Certificate (Vocational) Level 4 with at least degree endorsement, with at least 60%* in the language of teaching and learning in terms of the NSC.

College of Human Sciences

A National Certificate (Vocational) Level 4, with at least 30%* in the language of teaching and learning in terms of the NSC.

A student who has not obtained at least 50%* in the language of teaching and learning will be limited to 48 credits at NQF level 5 in their first period of study and must register for Students whose Language of Learning and Teaching is English: ENG1511 (English proficiency for university studies) and ENN103F (English for academic purposes), or Students whose Language of Learning and Teaching is Afrikaans: AFK1502 (Basiese teksvaardighede) and AFK1503 (Contemporary Afrikaans: Language studies and written communication). Two modules from their chosen program.

A student who has not obtained at least 50%* in the language of teaching and learning will be limited to 48 credits at NQF level 5 in their first period of study and must register for Students whose Language of Learning and Teaching is English: ENG1511 (English proficiency for university studies) and ENN103F (English for academic purposes), or Students whose Language of Learning and Teaching is Afrikaans: AFK1502 (Basiese teksvaardighede) and AFK1503 (Contemporary Afrikaans: Language studies and written communication). Two modules from their chosen program.

All 48 credits will have to be passed before the student can continue with the Diploma curriculum. A student who does not meet the admission requirements may apply for admission into a higher certificate.

All 48 credits will have to be passed before the student can continue with the Degree curriculum. A student who does not meet the admission requirements may apply for admission into a diploma or a higher certificate.

Admission requirements continued

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Higher certificate
A National Senior Certificate (NSC), with at least 30% in the language of teaching and learning, or A Senior Certificate, with at least 30%* in the language of teaching and learning in terms of the NSC, or A National Certificate (Vocational) Level 4, with at least 30%* in the language of teaching and learning in terms of the NSC.

Diploma
A National Senior Certificate (Diploma endorsement) with at least 50% in the language of teaching and learning, or A Senior Certificate with at least an equivalent of 50%* in terms of the NSC, in the language of learning and teaching, or A National Certificate (Vocational) Level 4 with at least diploma endorsement, with at least 60%* in the language of teaching and learning in terms of the NSC.

Bachelors degree
A National Senior Certificate (Degree endorsement) with at least 50% in the language of teaching, or a Senior Certificate with matriculation exemption or qualify for the exemption from the Matriculation Board, with at least an equivalent of 50%*in terms of the NSC, in the language of learning and teaching, or A National Certificate (Vocational) Level 4 with at least degree endorsement, with at least 60%* in the language of teaching and learning in terms of the NSC.

College of Law

A student who has not obtained at least 50%* in the language of teaching and learning will be limited to 48 credits at NQF level 5 in their first period of study and must register for Students whose Language of Learning and Teaching is English: ENG1511 (English proficiency for university studies) and ENN103F (English for academic purposes), or Students whose Language of Learning and Teaching is Afrikaans: AFK1502 (Basiese teksvaardighede) and AFK1503 (Contemporary Afrikaans: Language studies and written communication). Two modules from their chosen program.

A student who has not obtained at least 50%* in the language of teaching and learning will be limited to 48 credits at NQF level 5 in their first period of study and must register for Students whose Language of Learning and Teaching is English: ENG1511 (English proficiency for university studies) and ENN103F (English for academic purposes), or Students whose Language of Learning and Teaching is Afrikaans: AFK1502 (Basiese teksvaardighede) and AFK1503 (Contemporary Afrikaans: Language studies and written communication). Two modules from their chosen program.

All 48 credits will have to be passed before the student can continue with the Diploma curriculum.

All 48 credits will have to be passed before the student can continue with the Degree curriculum. A student who does not meet the admission requirements may apply for admission into a diploma.

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Higher certificate
A National Senior Certificate (NSC), with at least 30% in the language of teaching and learning, or A Senior Certificate, with at least 30%* in the language of teaching and learning in terms of the NSC, or A National Certificate (Vocational) Level 4, with at least 30%* in the language of teaching and learning in terms of the NSC.

Diploma
A National Senior Certificate (Diploma endorsement) with at least 50% in the language of teaching learning, Mathematics with at least 50% and Physical Science with at least 50%, or A Senior Certificate with at least an equivalent of 50%*, in terms of the NSC, in the language of learning and teaching; and Mathematics with at least an equivalent of 50%*, as in the NSC; and Physical Science with at least an equivalent of 50%*, as in the NSC, or A National Certificate (Vocational) Level 4 with at least an equivalent of 60%*, in terms of the NSC, in the language of learning and teaching; and Mathematics with at least an equivalent of 50%*, as in the NSC; and Physical Science with at least an equivalent of 50%*, as in the NSC.

Bachelors degree
A National Senior Certificate (Degree endorsement) with at least 50% in the language of teaching and learning, and Mathematics with at least 50%, For students registering for Chemistry and/ or Physical Science modules, at least 50% for Mathematics and Physical Science, or a Senior Certificate with matriculation exemption or qualify for the exemption from the Matriculation Board, with at least an equivalent of 50%* in terms of the NSC, in the language of learning and teaching; and Mathematics with at least an equivalent of 50%*, as in the NSC. For students registering for Chemistry and/ or Physical Science modules, at least 50%* for Mathematics and Physical Science, as in the NSC, or A National Certificate (Vocational) Level 4 with at least degree endorsement, with at least an equivalent of 60%*, in terms of the NSC, in the language of learning and teaching; and Mathematics with at least an equivalent of 50%*, as in the NSC; and Physical Science with at least an equivalent of 50%*, as in the NSC.

College of Science, Engineering and Technology

A student who has not obtained at least 50%* in the language of teaching and learning; 50%* in Mathematics and 50%* Physical Science will be limited to 48 credits at NQF level 5 in their first period of study and must register for To meet the language requirement: /Students whose Language of Learning and Teaching is English: Students whose Language of Learning and Teaching is English: ENG1511 (English proficiency for university studies) and ENN103F (English for academic purposes).

A student who has not obtained at least 50% in the language of teaching and learning; 50% in Mathematics and 50% in Physical Science will be limited to 48 credits at NQF level 5 in their first period of study and must register for To meet the language requirement: /Students whose Language of Learning and Teaching is English: Students whose Language of Learning and Teaching is English: ENG1511 (English proficiency for university studies) and ENN103F (English for academic purposes). /Students whose Language of Learning and Teaching is Afrikaans: AFK1502 (Basiese teksvaardighede) and AFK1503 (Contemporary Afrikaans: Language studies and written communication). To meet the Mathematics requirement: a Mathematics module (MAT0511). To meet the Physical Science requirement: a Science module (SMI181Q). Two or three modules from their chosen program.

/Students whose Language of Learning and Teaching is Afrikaans: AFK1502 (Basiese teksvaardighede) and AFK1503 (Contemporary Afrikaans: Language studies and written communication). To meet the Mathematics requirement: a Mathematics module (MAT0511). To meet the Physical Science requirement: a Science module (SMI181Q). Two or three modules from their chosen program.

All 48 credits will have to be passed before the student can continue with the Diploma curriculum.

All 48 credits will have to be passed before the student can continue with the Degree curriculum. A student who does not meet the admission requirements may apply for admission into a diploma.

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Equivalent tables of National Senior Certificate (from 2009) against Senior Certificate, National Certificate Vocational and Foreign Certificates NSC against SC
Senior Certificate (SC) rating NSC rating Languages HG 1st Language C (60-69%) D (50 59%) E (40 49%) F (33%) HG 2nd Language B (70 79%) C (60 69%) D (50- 59%) E (40-49%) SG 1st Language B (70 79%) C (60 69%) D (50- 59%) E (40-49%) SG 2nd Language A (80 89%) B (70 79%) C (60 69%) D (50- 59%) Other subjects HG C (60 69%) D (50 59%) E (40 49%) F (33%) SG B (70 79%) C (60 69%) D (50- 59%) E (40-49%)

5 (60 69%) 4 (50 - 59%) 3 (40 49%) 2 (30 39%)

NSC against NCV


NSC rating 5 (60 69%) 4 (50 - 59%) 3 (40 49%) 2 (30 39%) National Certificate Vocational (NCV) Fundamental subjects 5 (60 69%) 4 (50 - 59%) 3 (40 49%) 2 (30 39%) National Certificate Vocational (NCV) vocational subjects 4 (80 100%) 3 (70 79%) 2 (60 69%) 1 (0 59%)

NSC against International Schooling Certificates


NSC rating 7 (80 89%) 6 (70 79%) 5 (60 69%) 4 (50 - 59%) 3 (40 49%) A Level D E AS Level B C D E A B C O Level International Baccalaureate (Higher) 4 3 International Baccalaureate (Standard) 7 6 5 4 HIGCSE/ NSSC Higher 2 3 4 A B C IGCSE/ NSSC Ordinary

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Go online
Access to the internet and having the relevant computer skills are essential study requirements. Before you applied, you probably made sure you had internet access for at least an hour a week. The fact is, you have to factor the internet into your study plan. Students entering Unisa for the first time or starting a new qualification will have to do a compulsory online module The different college-specific online modules are as follows:

College
College of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences College of Economic and Management Sciences College of Education College of Human Sciences College of Law College of Science, Engineering and Technology

Code
GGH3708 SUS1501 BPT1501 AFL1501 SJD1501 EUP1501

Module name
Environmental awareness and responsibility Sustainability and greed Being a professional teacher Language through an African lens Social dimensions of justice Ethical information and communication technologies for development solutions

A word of advice: start working on your online course ASAP! Its not the same as a normal module. Online courses are designed to be interactive. They access current events and cutting-edge knowledge. Theres a constant need to keep up. You need to reference up-to-date information. Dont wait before starting your assignments. Start strong and youll finish strong.

From 2014, all honours students will no longer receive printed study material. Please use the next year to prepare yourself for this, and to ensure that you have regular access to a computer and the internet.

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The certificate of full or conditional exemption is issued by the Matriculation Board of Higher Education South Africa (HESA)
http://he-enrol.ac.za

Bachelors Degree (BTech excluded)


A +23 (Senior Certificate subjects)
Will you be at least 23 years before or on 31/12/2013 (ie born in 1990 or earlier)? Yes or No Did you pass 4 Senior Certificate subjects with at least symbol E (only HG/SG accepted)? Yes or No Were at least 3 subjects passed at one examination sitting? Yes or No

B +23 (O-Level students)

Will you be at least 23 years before or on 31/12/2013 (ie born in 1990 or earlier)? Yes or No

Did you pass 4 recognised O-Levels with symbols A-C or 1-6? (A-C+ for Kenya certificate of Secondary Education)? Yes or No

Were at least 3 subjects passed at one examination sitting? Yes or No

C +23 (IGCSE)

Will you be at least 23 years before or on 31/12/2013 (ie born in 1990 or earlier)? Yes or No

Did you pass at least 4 IGCSE subjects with symbols A-C? Yes or No

Were at least 3 subjects passed at one examination sitting? Yes or No

D +45

Will you be at least 45 years before or on 31/12/2013 (ie born in 1968 or earlier)? Yes or No

Note: some colleges have an additional college admission requirement

E Full exemption (Senior + Diploma)

Do you have a Senior Certificate? Yes or No

Do you have a 3 or 4 year diploma, ie Teachers diploma, National diploma? Yes or No

OR

Do you have a 2 year diploma from a South African university or technikon? Yes or No

F Full exemption (A + O-Levels)

Did you pass a combination of 5 O & A-Levels? Yes or No O-Level pass = symbols A-C A-Level pass = symbols A-E

Are at least 2 of the subjects recognised A-levels? Yes or No

Do the subjects cover the following 3 groups: English Language Any recognised 2nd language Mathematics, Biology, Science, Geology, Botany, General Science, Physics, Zoology or a recognised 3rd language? Yes or No

G Full exemption (HIGCSE)

Did you pass 5 HIGCSE subjects (Grades 1-3)? OR

Did you pass 4 HIGCSE subjects (Grades 1-3) and 1 IGCSE subject (symbols A-C)? OR

Did you pass 4 HIGCSE subjects (Grades 1-3) and 1 HIGCSE subject (Grade 4)? Yes or No Do the subjects cover the following: A recognised 1st language A recognised 2nd language and two subjects from two of the following groups A 3rd language, Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics, Physical Science or Physics Art, Economics, History, Geography or a subject from Group 3 provided it is offered for 1 group only and excludes 3rd languages.) Accounting, Computer studies or Design and technology, provided the subject is accompanied by a pass in Mathematics on at least IGCSE level

H Full exemption NQF5

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If you do NOT hold a Senior Certificate with matric exemption, refer to the table below to see if you can apply for admission to undergraduate degree studies (not for students who wrote the National Senior Certificate examinations from 2008, with the exception of row H). Please ensure that you comply with the additional requirements for your proposed qualification.

Was 1 subject passed on Higher Grade? Yes or No

If you answered yes to all the questions, please apply for an exemption certificate

Was English Language one of the subjects passed? Yes or No

If you answered yes to all the questions, please apply for an exemption certificate

NB: If you have passed any A-Levels, refer to Column F

Applying for an exemption certificate


Complete Section H of the application form and submit the items as specified on the M30. If you answered NO to any of the above questions, it appears that you do not qualify for exemption at this stage. For further information please contact Access and Matriculation Exemption at:
ame@unisa.ac.za

Was English or Afrikaans 1st Language one of the subjects passed? Yes or No

If you answered yes to all the questions, please apply for an exemption certificate

If you answered yes to all the questions, please apply for an exemption certificate

NB: It is not necessary to submit any school qualifications

If you answered yes to all the questions, please apply for an exemption certificate

Should you have any foreign secondary or tertiary qualifications, please contact Access and Matriculation Exemption as indicated on your right

NB: Should you not meet one or more of the requirements, please contact Access and Matriculation Exemption as indicated on your right

If you answered yes to all the questions, please apply for an exemption certificate

NB: Should you not meet one or more of the requirements, please contact Access and Matriculation Exemption as indicated on your right

NB: English 1st or 2nd language on HIGCSE level is compulsory

If you answered yes to all the questions, please apply for an exemption certificate

NB: Should you not meet one or more of the conditions, please contact Access and Matriculation Exemption as indicated on the right

You can also check if you qualify for admission by using the HESA website: http://he-enrol.ac.za

Do you have a completed qualification on NQF level 5 with 120 credits from an accredited/registered institution? Yes or No

If you answered yes please apply for an exemption certificate

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Diploma
If you do NOT hold a Senior Certificate with or without matriculation exemption and with at least 5 subjects on Higher and/or Standard Grade, refer to the table below to see if you can still apply for registration (not applicable

A
23 years and older (Senior Certificate subjects)

Will you be at least 23 years before or on 31/12/2013 (ie born in 1990 or earlier)? Yes or No

Did you pass 4 Senior Certificate subjects with at least symbol E? (only HG/SG accepted)? Yes or No

Were at least 3 subjects passed at one examination sitting? Yes or No

B
23 years and older (O-Level students)

Will you be at least 23 years before or on 31/12/2013 (ie born in 1990 or earlier)? Yes or No

Did you pass 4 O-Levels with symbols A-C or 1-6? (A-C+ for Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education)? Yes or No

Were at least 3 subjects passed at one examination sitting? Yes or No

C
23 years and older (IGCSE students)

Will you be at least 23 years before or on 31/12/2013 (ie born in 1990 or earlier)? Yes or No

Did you pass at least 4 IGCSE subjects with symbols A-C? Yes or No

Were at least 3 subjects passed at one examination sitting? Yes or No

D
45 years and older

Will you be at least 45 years before or on 31/12/2013 (ie born in 1968 or earlier)? Yes or No

Note: some colleges have an additional college admission requirement

E
23 years and older and 3 years working experience

Will you be at least 23 years before or on 31/12/2013 (ie born in 1990 or earlier)? Yes or No

Are you in possession of at least a Standard 8 or Grade 10 certificate? Yes or No (not applicable to students with foreign qualifications)

Do you have at least 3 years relevant work experience? Yes or No

F
4 N3 subjects and 2 official languages

Did you pass 4 N3 subjects with at least 40%? Yes or No

Did you pass 1 official language as 1st language SG with at least 40% on Senior Certificate level? Yes or No

Did you pass 1 official language as 2nd language SG with at least 40% on Senior Certificate level? Yes or No

G
4 N4 subjects including English

Did you pass at least 4 N4 subjects with 50% or more? Yes or No

Was English N4 (50%) or English first or second language HG/SG passed with at least symbol E one of the subjects passed? Yes or No

H
Foreign high school qualifications not mentioned above

NB: These qualifications will be evaluated by the university to determine if you qualify for registration

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to students who wrote the National Senior Certificate examination from 2008). Please ensure that you comply with the additional requirements for your proposed qualification.

Was 1 subject passed on Higher Grade? Yes or No

If you answered yes to all the questions, you may apply to register for a Diploma

Was English language 1 of the subjects passed? Yes or No

If you answered yes to all the questions, you may apply to register for a Diploma

Was English 1st Language or Afrikaans first Language one of the subjects passed? Yes or No

If you answered yes to all the questions, you may apply to register for a Diploma

If you answered yes to all the questions, you may apply to register for a Diploma

NB: It is not necessary to submit any school qualifications

If you answered yes to all the questions, you may apply to register for a Diploma

If you answered NO to any of these questions, it appears that you do not qualify to register for a Diploma. Please refer to the other columns as well.

If you answered yes to all the questions, you may apply to register for a Diploma

If you answered yes to all the questions, you may apply to register for a Diploma

Your registration will only be processed if it is found, upon evaluation of your qualification, that you qualify for admission to the Diploma

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Q&A
Is there an examination venue nearby? Go to the examination centre codes section at the back of this brochure to check on your closest exam venue. Travelling long distances can be mentally demanding and expensive. I completed my education in a country other than South Africa. What do I do? If you did and youre registering for a bachelors degree you must apply for a certificate of conditional matric exemption through the Access and Exemption Office at Unisa (ame@unisa.ac.za). For all other qualifications, excluding masters and doctoral qualifications, you must contact the Student Admissions and Registrations Directorate (international@unisa.ac.za) and the South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA) for an evaluation of your qualifications. The SAQA evaluation must accompany your registration.

Work-Integrated Learning (WIL)


Please check if the qualification chosen has one or more a work-integrated learning (WIL) modules. Specific modules in certain qualifications offered at Unisa include workplace-based learning that must be completed. This experience is called work-integrated learning or experiential learning, and must be completed under the supervision of a suitably qualified and experienced person (mentor). This experience is mandatory for passing that module and achieving your qualification. Please check, before registering for such a module, that you will be able to complete this work-integrated learning component. Students who do not have placement at an employer can contact the relevant academic department for assistance in finding a suitable experiential learning provider to gain this experience.

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Choose your modules


Each Unisa qualification is structured over a defined period, usually between 2 and 4 academic years. To graduate, you need to pass a total number of modules within a certain amount of time. (The modules are specified in the qualification information.) You can register for a maximum of 60 NQF credits per semester/120 NQF credits per year (in the case of year modules)

Undergraduate modules usually consist of 12 NQF credits

Honours modules usually consist of 24 NQF credits.

The maximum number of credits do not include supplementary and/or aegrotat examinations from a previous semester. Modules taken for non-degree/non-diploma purposes also count towards the maximum number of credits allowed. Please check the provisional examination timetable to make sure that the modules you choose dont clash in terms of examination dates. Remember to take your available time into consideration when choosing your modules. You need approximately: 6 to 8 hours per week for semester modules 4 to 6 hours per week for year modules

Choose wisely! Rather than choose too many, choose a number of modules you know you can manage and pass. Having said that, though, you also need to pass a minimum number of modules per year, so you cant choose too few either. To verify the modules for your qualification, go to qualification section on page 50 of this brochure.

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Time limits
Also, there are limits to how long you have to complete your qualification. A 2-year degree must be completed within 5 years. A 3-year degree must be completed within 8 years. A 4-year degree must be completed within 10 years.

Helpful hints
Mark modules youve already passed. Select the module(s) you plan to register for in 2013. Check that you meet the pre-requisites and co-requisites for your chosen modules. Add or change modules accordingly.

Module codes change occasionally. Please check the table of equivalents (http://www.unisa.ac.za) for modules you may have passed which previously had a different code.

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Calculate your student fees and payment options


It is important to assess the full cost of your studies before confirming your modules for registration. What you can afford will affect the number of modules you can register for. This cost includes Unisa study fees: You need to pay a prescribed minimum fee before registration which must be received before the registration closing date. The remaining fees must be paid by the prescribed due dates. Failure to do so will result in your modules being financially suspended. Read this section carefully for the fees and closing dates for payments for 2013. Cost of prescribed books: Some modules have prescribed books which must be purchased. To request an advance list of these books, contact Unisa on 012 429 4152 or vospresc@unisa.ac.za Do this before you register: You can get a quote for the prescribed books from one of our official booksellers. Youll find a list of these booksellers under administrative information at the back of this brochure.

If youre registering via the web or the self-help terminals at a regional centre, you can choose your modules and calculate your fees during that process. If youre registering by post or by fax, you should use the fee tables in this brochure to calculate your fees and minimum payments before you register. The fees detailed in this brochure are valid for the 2013 academic year only. Our fees differ depending on your qualification, your number of modules, and so on, but basically they can be grouped as follows: Application fees Prescribed student fees (including registration fees) Miscellaneous fees Fees for additional study material

These are further grouped according to your level of study, whether youre an undergraduate or an honours student. There are various payment methods. Taken together our fee structures and payment methods may seem complicated, but if you read this section carefully, youll find out what to pay, how to pay and when to pay. Unisa does not accept cash or cheques at any of its offices. Cash may be paid into the universitys bank account, at any Standard Bank branch. Foreign students The government is currently investigating the subsidy for foreign students, which means that prescribed student fees could increase substantially in the future. Unisa reserves the right to charge fees in certain countries in the currency of that country. The levy for students in foreign countries must be paid in addition to the minimum initial payment at the time of registration. A student must be in possession of a student number before registration can be processed, or fees paid or deposited into the Standard Bank South African account.

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Minimum amount payable at registration


A minimum fee amount is payable before the closing dates for registration for each module or paper for which you register. If this amount is not paid before the closing date for registration, the university will not be able to process your registration. After paying the minimum amount, the outstanding balance must be paid by the relevant dates into the universitys Standard Bank account. This fee will be forfeited should the respective module be cancelled. Students applying for Matriculation Exemption please note that the Matriculation Exemption fee must be included together with the minimum fee amount payable. Compulsory miscellaneous fees, where applicable, are also payable on registration. These include the levy for students in foreign countries and levies for additional study material. All fees must be paid into the correct bank account with the correct reference number (see page 31 of this brochure) or else the university will not be able to process your registration before the relevant closing date. In the case where a letter from an employer/sponsor assumes responsibility for payment, the university can provide the employer/sponsor with a quotation. Registration will only be activated upon receipt of the minimum payment by the relevant closing date. Unisa does not issue invoices to companies or government departments.

Dishonoured payments
If a cheque or credit card is tendered in payment of the minimum amount which must accompany a students application for registration, and payment of that cheque or credit card is later returned unpaid by the bank, the students registration will be cancelled by the university. Such registrations will not be reinstated unless the students full tuition fees for the year or semester are paid in the form of cash, electronic transfer or bank guaranteed cheque into the universitys bank account, or via debit card payment at any of the Unisa regional offices before the relevant closing date. On re-registration of the cancelled modules, the students account will be debited with a once-off administrative levy, per dishonoured transaction.

Overdue accounts and accounts handed over for collection


No student will be allowed to re-register with the university until all outstanding debt of previous registration periods has been settled in full. Students with long overdue balances on their accounts may be handed over to a third party for collection. Any collection/legal costs that may arise from the account being handed over will be for the account of the student. Payment or arrangements thereof of overdue accounts handed over for collection should be made with the collection company concerned.

2013 Cancellation dates


If you wish to cancel your registration, you must do so by the following dates:
Last date for cancellation of semester 1 modules Year modules Last date for cancellation of semester 2 modules Year modules 15 March 2013 15 May 2013 15 August 2013 15 August 2013 Minimum payment and March payment forfeited after this date. Full payment forfeited after this date. Minimum payment and May payment forfeited after this date. Initial payment and second payment forfeited after this date. Minimum payment and August payment forfeited after this date. Full payment forfeited after this date. Minimum payment, May payment and August payment forfeited after this date.

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Payment methods
For your convenience, we provide a variety of different payment methods. The following table details ways to pay, payment channels, plus refund and other information. In the case of electronic transfers, please ensure that the reference field is completed correctly. No cash or cheques will be accepted at any Unisa office. Cash can, however, be paid into the universitys bank account at any Standard Bank branch.
Debit cards Credit cards Unisa web credit card payments Postal orders, money orders & bank drafts Telegraphic money order (TMO)
Debit card payments are only accepted if you pay or register in person at Unisa in Sunnyside/Florida or at one of the regional offices. Credit cards are restricted to Visa and Mastercard. Credit card payments are accepted if you pay or register in person at Unisa in Sunnyside/Florida or at one of the regional offices. Unisa web payment link: www.unisa.ac.za/paymentinfo (this is a secure site) Postal orders, money orders and bank drafts should be made payable to Unisa. Students must state surname, first names, address, student number (if known) and for what purpose the payment is made. The TMO must be addressed to Unisa Unisarand for delivery and payment by the Unisarand Post Office. Bank deposits can be made at any Standard Bank branch in South Africa if you already have a student number in respect of fees, for example: study fees, examination fees (supplementary, sick or special exam fees), exemption fees and library charges provided that the deposit slip is correctly filled in as follows: Deposit reference: first eight (8) blocks are for the student number (If the student number consists of only 7 digits, then a 0 must be filled in as the first digit of the student number) leave one block open, then fill in the code number 5400374721 for study fees, 5400374225 for Library fees or 5352X74608 for Matriculation Exemption fees Ensure that the deposit slip is correctly filled in as follows: Deposit to: Unisa student deposits Bank account number: 096R Deposit reference: first eight (8) blocks are for the student number (If the student number consists of only 7 digits, then a 0 must be filled in as the first digit of the student number). Leave one block open, then fill in the following codes: 5400374721 for study fees 5400374225 for library fees 5352X74608 for matriculation exemption fees If a cheque is deposited, write your student number on the back of the cheque Please note that Unisa is a pre-approved beneficiary. Select Unisa on the beneficiary field. You will not be required to complete the bank account or branch code details. Ensure that the reference field is completed correctly. Deposit reference: first eight (8) blocks are for the student number (if the student number consists of only 7 digits, then a 0 must be filled in as the first digit of the student number). Leave one block open, then fill in the following codes: 5400374721 for study fees 5400374225 for library fees 5352X74608 for matriculation exemption fees Requests have to be made in writing and must be signed by the registered student. Refund form is available on the Unisa website. Requests can be e-mailed to finan@unisa.ac.za or faxed to +27 (12) 429 3354. Refunds will be processed within 21 days from receipt of request. Credit balances exceeding the total study fees paid by sponsors or bursaries will be refunded to the sponsor or bursary concerned. Please note that these are real-time transactions. Please note that these are real-time transactions. This method of payment will only be accepted if posted to the university.

Should any of the information on the bank deposit slip be incomplete or incorrect, the transaction will not be processed by the bank and/or may cause a delay in the allocation or transfer of funds to your account and as such the university cannot be held liable for delays caused. Payments will be allocated within two days, except over weekends, to the study fees account provided that all the information on the deposit slip is correct. Only bank guaranteed cheques will be accepted for deposit. You must write your student number on the back of the cheque.

Bank deposit

Internet/electronic payments

Should any of the information on the bank deposit slip be incomplete or incorrect, the transaction will not be processed by the bank and/or may cause a delay in the allocation or transfer of funds to your account. Payments will be allocated within two days, except over weekends, to the study fees account provided that all the information on the deposit slip is correct.

Refunds

No refunds for credit balances less than R100.00 will be allowed. Refund requests must be accompanied by proof of payment.

General

The university reserves the right not to render services to students with outstanding balances. Receipts and statements of accounts will be issued to registered students only. It remains the students responsibility to submit the document to the relevant sponsor.

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The preferred method of payment is credit card via the Unisa website. The Unisa web payment link is www.unisa.ac.za/paymentinfo. Alternatively, you can make payment by means of a SWIFT/EFT transfer (see bank account details below). SWIFT/EFT transfers can be made if you already have a student number in respect of fees, for example: study fees, examination fees (supplementary, sick or special exam fees), exemption fees and library charges

International students Please note that this bank account can ONLY be used by international students.

provided that the details are filled in as follows: Bank: Standard Bank Beneficiary: Unisa student deposits Branch code: 010645 Swift code: SBZAZAJJ Account number: 011554622 Deposit reference: first eight (8) blocks are for the student number (if the student number consists of only 7 digits, then a 0 must be filled in as the first digit of the student number). Leave one block open, then fill in the following codes: 5400374721 for study fees 5400374225 for library fees 5352X74608 for matriculation exemption fees

Please note that credit card payments are real-time transactions. Submit proof of payment to international@unisa.ac.za.

Bank payments
Please note that Unisa now banks with Standard Bank. Should you need to make payments at a standard Bank branch, please refer to the following sample deposit slip.

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A Standard Bank deposit slip

Complete the deposit slip according to the table below


1 2 3 4 Unisa student deposits 096R 8 digit student number Leave a block empty after your student number 5 Reference number a) Study fees 5400374721 b) Matriculation fees 5352X74608 c) Learning centre 5400374071 d) Library fees 5400374225

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Prescribed student fees (undergraduates)


Here are the prescribed fees for the various undergraduate modules and degrees, together with the payment dates and minimum fees due by those dates.
Minimum Due by 15 amount payable March 2013 on registration R 285,00 R 285,00 R 285,00 R 570,00 R 570,00 R 570,00 R 1140,00 R 640,00 R 640,00 R 640,00 R 640,00 R 640,00 R 320,00 R 320,00 R 320,00 Due by 15 May 2013 Due by 15 August 2013

Description

Semester

Total

Subject in Education, Law, Libraries, Museums, Psychology, Administration and Social Services S1 Half module S2 YEAR S1 Module / Paper Full-year module S2 YEAR YEAR R 605,00 R 605,00 R 605,00 R 1210,00 R 1210,00 R 1210,00 R 2420,00

Subjects in Business; Commerce and Management Sciences; Computer Science and Data Processing; Language, Linguistics and Literature; Philosophy; Religion and Theology: and Social Sciences Studies S1 Half module S2 YEAR S1 Module / Paper Full-year module S2 YEAR YEAR R 590,00 R 590,00 R 590,00 R 1180,00 R 1180,00 R 1180,00 R 2360,00 R 285,00 R 285,00 R 285,00 R 570,00 R 570,00 R 570,00 R 1140,00 R 610,00 R 610,00 R 610,00 R 610,00 R 610,00 R 305,00 R 305,00 R 305,00

Subjects in Architecture and Enviroment Design; Engineering and Engineering Technology; Home Economics; Industrial Arts, Trades and Technology; Mathematical Sciences; and Physical Education, Health Education and Leisure S1 Half module S2 YEAR S1 Module / Paper Full-year module S2 YEAR YEAR R 575,00 R 575,00 R 575,00 R 1150,00 R 1150,00 R 1150,00 R 2300,00 R 285,00 R 285,00 R 285,00 R 570,00 R 570,00 R 570,00 R 1140,00 R 580,00 R 580,00 R 580,00 R 580,00 R 580,00 R 290,00 R 290,00 R 290,00

Subjects in Agruculture and Renewable Natural Resources; Arts, Visual and Performing Arts; Health Care and Health Sciences and Life Sciences and Physical Sciences. S1 Half module S2 YEAR S1 Module / Paper Full-year module S2 YEAR YEAR R 520,00 R 520,00 R 520,00 R 1040,00 R 1040,00 R 1040,00 R 2080,00 R 285,00 R 285,00 R 285,00 R 570,00 R 570,00 R 570,00 R 1140,00 R 470,00 R 470,00 R 470,00 R 470,00 R 470,00 R 235,00 R 235,00 R 235,00

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Prescribed student fees (honours & 4th year)


Here are the prescribed fees for the various honours and 4th-year modules and degrees, together with the payment dates and minimum fees due by those dates. Fees for fourth-level modules will be charged the same as for honourslevel modules. Any legal fees that arise due to actions taken by Unisa to collect unpaid student fees will be for the account of the student.

Description

Semester

Total

Minimum amount payable on registration


R 380,00 R 760,00 R 760,00 R 760,00 R 1520,00 R 2280,00

Due by 15 March 2013

Due by 15 May 2013

Due by 15 August 2013

Subject in Education, Law, Libraries, Museums, Psychology, Administration and Social Services
Half module Module Full-year module / Paper Full-year module/ Paper 36 credits YEAR S1 S2 YEAR YEAR YEAR R 852,00 R 1704,00 R 1704,00 R 1704,00 R 3408,00 R 5112,00 R 236,00 R 944,00 R 944,00 R 472,00 R 944,00 R 1416,00 R 472,00 R 944,00 R 1416,00 R 236,00

Subjects in Business; Commerce and Management Sciences; Computer Science and Data Processing; Language, Linguistics and Literature; Philosophy; Religion and Theology: and Social Sciences Studies
Half module Module Full-year module / Paper Full-year module/ Paper 36 credits YEAR S1 S2 YEAR YEAR YEAR R 800,00 R 1600,00 R 1600,00 R 1600,00 R 3200,00 R 4800,00 R 380,00 R 760,00 R 760,00 R 760,00 R 1520,00 R 2280,00 R 420,00 R 840,00 R 1260,00 R 840,00 R 840,00 R 420,00 R 840,00 R 1260,00 R 210,00 R 210,00

Subjects in Architecture and Enviroment Design; Engineering and Engineering Technology; Home Economics; Industrial Arts, Trades and Technology; Mathematical Sciences; and Physical Education, Health Education and Leisure
Half module Module Full-year module / Paper Full-year module/ Paper 36 credits YEAR S1 S2 YEAR YEAR YEAR R 762,00 R 1524,00 R 1524,00 R 1524,00 R 3048,00 R 4572,00 R 380,00 R 760,00 R 760,00 R 760,00 R 1520,00 R 2280,00 R 382,00 R 764,00 R 1146,00 R 764,00 R 764,00 R 382,00 R 764,00 R 1146,00 R 382,00

Subjects in Agruculture and Renewable Natural Resources; Arts, Visual and Performing Arts; Health Care and Health Sciences and Life Sciences and Physical Sciences.
Half module Module Full-year module / Paper Full-year course/ Paper 36 credits YEAR S1 S2 YEAR YEAR YEAR R 700,00 R 1400,00 R 1400,00 R 1400,00 R 2800,00 R 4200,00 R 380,00 R 760,00 R 760,00 R 760,00 R 1520,00 R 2280,00 R 320,00 R 640,00 R 960,00 R 640,00 R 640,00 R 320,00 R 640,00 R 960,00 R 160,00 R 160,00

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Miscellaneous fees
Apart from your general fees, there are various miscellaneous fees that youll encounter in the course of your studies: for supplementary exams, remarks, exemption certificates, library cards, and so on. The following table details all these fees and indicates who they apply to.

Supplementary, special and aegrotat examinations Remarking of examinations scripts

R180.00

Per study unit. The applicable fee will be charged when a student writes the examination. Examination scripts and closing dates for application (per examination script). Closing dates for the receipt of applications to have examination answer scripts rechecked/remarked are as follows: * October/November 2012 examinations: 31 January 2013

R315.00

Checking of marks

R135.00

* January /February 2013 supplementary examinations: 30 March 2013 * May/June 2013 examinations: 31 July 2013

Issuing of complete or conditional exemption certificates by the Matriculation Board (payable before or on registration) Dishonoured payments

R400.00

The fees are payable before or on registration.

R 470.00 Category Levy per course R900.00 Levy per module R450.00

The levy will be charged per dishonoured transaction. Students with an address or examination centre outside the RSA must pay the additional compulsory levy on registration: Category A: Africa Category B: Rest of the world Students who after registration change their postal address to a foreign address or examination centre will be liable to pay the foreign levy as specified. The levy for foreign students is not transferable and also not refundable. This rule also applies to the change of address from foreign countries to South Africa. Students who are liable for the Library card fees are: * Students who apply for a card for the first time * Students who previously had a card but need a new one * Students whose previous card is lost or damaged

A Levy on students in foreign countries B

R1,800.00

R900.00

Library card (Smart card)

R45.00

Students who are in possession of a Library card and reregister do not need to apply or pay for a new card; the old card will be activated automatically. If you indicated "yes" on the registration form with regard to the Library card, the card fees will automatically be payable upon registration as part of your minimum payment.

Amount forfeited in case of death prior to the examination period Visual Art Studio fee

R1,140.00 R120.00 R240.00 Per semester Full-year course

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Fees for additional study materials


The following table indicates the fees payable for the additional study material required for formative and professional subjects.
Module code AFK1501 AFK3701 AFK3702 AFK3704 AFL4802 AGE4801 AGE4804 (BOOK 2) AGE4804 (BOOK1) APC1501 APC1502 APC3701 APC3701 APC3703 APY4801 (BOOK 2) APY4801 BOOK 1 AST1631 ATC2601, ATC2602, ATC2603, ATC3702 CGM2601 CLO2603 CLO2605, CLO3708 CLO3705 CLO3706 CLO3707 CMH1501 CMH1502 CMH1503 CLO203V CLO2605, CLO3708 CLO3054 CLO3065 ATC2016, ATC2028, ATC2039, ATC303C HANTNA4 APY4801 Previous module code AFK101Q AFK201T AFK301W AFK823N AFL4802 HARCH1E HARCH4H HARCH4H Price R 180.00 R 150.00 R 280.00 R 275.00 R 160.00 R 370.00 R 760.00 R 190.00 R 100.00 R 140.00 R 130.00 R 170.00 R 140.00 R 230.00 R 920.00 R 450.00 R 360.00 R 180.00 R 200.00 R 1,010.00 R 290.00 R 580.00 R 270.00 R 140.00 R 130.00 R 110.00 Students who registered for this module in 2012 are exempted from this levy Students who registered for this module in 2012 are exempted from this levy Students who registered for this module in 2010 to 2012 are exempted from this levy Students who registered for this module in 2007 to 2012 are exempted from this levy Students who registered for this module in 2012 are exempted from this levy Students who registered for this module in 2007 to 2012 are exempted from this levy Students who registered for this module in 2012 are exempted from this levy Students who registered for this module in 2012 are exempted from this levy Students who registered for this module in 2007 to 2012 are exempted from this levy Students who registered for this module in 2012 are exempted from this levy Students who registered for this module in 2007 to 2012 are exempted from this levy Students who registered for this module in 2007 to 2012 are exempted from this levy Students who registered for this module in 2007 to 2012 are exempted from this levy Students who registered for this module in 2012 are exempted from this levy Students who registered for this module in 2011 to 2012 are exempted from this levy Students who registered for this module in 2009 to 2012 are exempted from this levy Students who registered for this module in 2009 to 2012 are exempted from this levy Comment

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Module code CMM2601 CMM3701 CMM3703, CMM3704 CSL2601 CST1501, CST2602, CST2603 CST1501, CST2602, CST2603 CST3703 CST3705 DVA1501, DVA1601 DVA2601 DVA2602 DVA2602 DVA3701 DVA3702 DVA3703 DVA3704 DVA3705 DVA4801 DVA4802 DVA4803 DVA4804 DVA4805 EGE401C, EMC401C, EGE4PJT FOO3702 FOO3703 FRC3701 (BOOK 1) FRC3701 (BOOK 2) GEM1501 GGH2067

Previous module code TIC301B

Price R 180.00 R110.00

Comment Students who registered for this module in 2007 to 2012 are exempted from this levy Students who registered for this module in 2009 to 2012 are exempted from this levy Students who registered for this module in 2007 to 2012 are exempted from this levy Students who registered for this module in 2012 are exempted from this levy Students who registered for this module in 2009 to 2012 are exempted from this levy Students who registered for this module in 2009 to 2012 are exempted from this levy Students who registered for this module in 2010 to 2012 are exempted from this levy Students who registered for this module in 2009 to 2012 are exempted from this levy Students who registered for this module in 2010 to 2012 are exempted from this levy Students who registered for this module in 2012 are exempted from this levy Students who registered for this module in 2012 are exempted from this levy Students who registered for this module in 2007 to 2012 are exempted from this levy Students who registered for this module in 2007 to 2012 are exempted from this levy Students who registered for this module in 2007 to 2012 are exempted from this levy Students who registered for this module in 2007 to 2012 are exempted from this levy Students who registered for this module in 2007 to 2012 are exempted from this levy Students who registered for this module in 2012 are exempted from this levy Students who registered for this module in 2012 are exempted from this levy Students who registered for this module in 2012 are exempted from this levy Students who registered for this module in 2012 are exempted from this levy Students who registered for this module in 2012 are exempted from this levy Students who registered for this module in 2007 to 2012 are exempted from this levy

CMM3704

R 160.00 R 80.00

CTH123D, CTH222F CTH224H

R 350.00 R 180.00 R 370.00

CTH325M DVA101Q, DVA102R DVA303Y

R 460.00 R 190.00 R 210.00 R 120.00

DVA3054 DVA301T DVA202U DVA303W DVA302X DVA3043

R 120.00 R 180.00 R 230.00 R 150.00 R 140.00 R 140.00 R 280.00 R 220.00

DVA4803 DVA4804 DVA4805 EGE401C

R 160.00 R 300 R 270.00 R 260.00 R 400.00 R 460.00 R 180.00 R 180.00 R 870.00

GGH206Y

R 190

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Module code GGH301W GGH3076 GGH4804 HBEDAIQ HBEDAT5 HBEDDAMU HBEDMAB HES4802 HES4808 HES4809 HES4811 HONLINR IPC1501 IPC1502 IPC3701 ITN1501 ITN801W (Book 1) ITN801W (book 2) ITN802X BOOK 1 ITN802X BOOK 2 LCP4805 LML4804 LPL4801 MACECHJ MEDAE1R MEDSO2D MHS2605 MHS3701

Previous module code

Price R 50.00 R 80.00

Comment Students who registered for this module in 2007 to 2012 are exempted from this levy Students who registered for this module in 2007 to 2012 are exempted from this levy Students who registered for this module in 2007 to 2012 are exempted from this levy Students who registered for this module in 2010 to 2012 are exempted from this levy Students who registered for this module in 2010 to 2012 are exempted from this levy Students who registered for this module in 2008 to 2012 are exempted from this levy Students who registered for this module in 2010 to 2012 are exempted from this levy Students who registered for this module in 2012 are exempted from this levy Students who registered for this module in 2012 are exempted from this levy Students who registered for this module in 2007 to 2012 are exempted from this levy Students who registered for this module in 2012 are exempted from this levy Students who registered for this module in 2007 to 2012 are exempted from this levy Students who registered for this module in 2007 to 2012 are exempted from this levy Students who registered for this module in 2007 to 2012 are exempted from this levy Students who registered for this module in 2007 to 2012 are exempted from this levy Students who registered for this module in 2007 to 2012 are exempted from this levy Students who registered for this module in 2009 to 2012 are exempted from this levy Students who registered for this module in 2009 to 2012 are exempted from this levy Students who registered for this module in 2009 to 2012 are exempted from this levy Students who registered for this module in 2009 to 2012 are exempted from this levy Students who registered for this module in 2012 are exempted from this levy Students who registered for this module in 2007 to 2012 are exempted from this levy Students who registered for this module in 2007 to 2012 are exempted from this levy Students who registered for this module in 2010 to 2012 are exempted from this levy

HGECENW

R 310.00 R 200.00

HBEDAT5

R 200.00 R 430.00

HBEDMAB HES4802 HESERA8 HESIEM5 HESIMSU

R 220.00 R 220.00 R 125.00 R 170.00 R 120.00 R 770.00

IPC101Y IPC1023 IPC3019

R 270.00 R 180.00 R 90.00 R 200.00

ITN8214 ITN8214

R 180.00 R 360.00 R 240.00 R 190.00

LCP407P LML404R LPL4018

R 90.00 R 210.00 R 400.00 R 170.00 R 250.00 R 90.00 R 540.00 R 530.00

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Module code NUT2601 (BOOK 1) NUT2601 (BOOK 2) NUT3704 OTS4802 PEN2602 PLC3703 PLS1502, PLS2610, PLS3703 PRS2015, PCF4099, PCP408K PSY461Q PYC4811 PSY482V PYC4803 PSY485Y PTU1501, PTU1502 PTU2602 PUB2606 PUB4860, HPERSAK PYC3705 RLE1501 RSN822S RST2603 RST2604 RST2705 RST3707 RST3709 SNS4M1C, SNS4M2C THL2601 WLL3703 (BOOK 2) WLL3703 (BOOK 3)

Previous module code

Price R 200.00 R 380.00 R 710.00

Comment Students who registered for this module in 2012 are exempted from this levy Students who registered for this module in 2012 are exempted from this levy Students who registered for this module in 2007 to 2012 are exempted from this levy Students who registered for this module in 2010 to 2012 are exempted from this levy Students who registered for this module in 2012 are exempted from this levy Students who registered for this module in 2012 are exempted from this levy Students who registered for this module in 2007 to 2012 are exempted from this levy Students who registered for this module in 2008 to 2012 are exempted from this levy Students who registered for this module in 2008 to 2012 are exempted from this levy Students who registered for this module in 2007 to 2012 are exempted from this levy Students who registered for this module in 2007 to 2012 are exempted from this levy Students who registered for this module in 2008 to 2012 are exempted from this levy Students who registered for this module in 2010 to 2012 are exempted from this levy Students who registered for this module in 2012 are exempted from this levy Students who registered for this module in 2007 to 2012 are exempted from this levy Students who registered for this module in 2007 to 2012 are exempted from this levy Students who registered for this module in 2010 to 2012 are exempted from this levy Students who registered for this module in 2012 are exempted from this levy Students who registered for this module in 2012 are exempted from this levy Students who registered for this module in 2011 to 2012 are exempted from this levy Students who registered for this module in 2009 to 2012 are exempted from this levy Students who registered for this module in 2008 to 2012 are exempted from this levy

HOT401B, HTN4015

R 230.00 R 430.00

PLC3033

R 200.00 R 260.00 R 300.00

PSY461Q PSY482V PSY485Y PTU101M PTU202R

R 200.00 R 300.00 R 190 R 280.00 R 250.00 R 70.00

HPERSAK PYC305D

R 220.00 R 200.00 R 240.00

RSN822S RST2255 RST3248 RST2705 RST3707 RST3709 SNS4M1C THL201A

R 170.00 R 200.00 R 505.00 R 160.00 R 260 R 200.00 R 140.00 R 135.00 R 200.00 R 170.00

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Bursaries and NSFAS study loans


Step 1: Funding applications submitted by students (1 August-17 September 2012) Step 2: All applicants must ensure that they submit their provisional registrations during the following dates: First semester: 3 December 2012-9 January 2013 Second semester: 17-21 June 2013

First-time students who apply for NSFAS funding may register for a maximum of three modules per semester. Step 3: Both successful and unsuccessful applicants will be informed via SMS of the outcome of their application. Successful applicants must sign relevant bursary/loan documents at their nearest Unisa office during the following dates. First semester: 14-18 January 2013 Second semester: 24-28 June 2013

Step 4: Any applicant who did not receive any SMS notification by either 18 January 2013 (first semester) or 28 June 2013 (second semester) must enquire at their nearest Unisa office during these dates: First semester: 21-25 January 2013 Second semester: 1-5 July 2013

For more information on student funding, go to www.unisa.ac.za/studentfunding.

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Complete and submit your registration


You have 4 options/channels through which you can submit your registration. online self-help terminals at regional centres through the post by fax

If you use our electronic channels (the internet and self-help terminals), youll be prompted when information is missing or incorrect. If you register by post or by fax, you must ensure that the information is correct. You should, in that case, register as soon as registration opens, as missing or incorrect information may cause delays in the approval of your registration. In light of the above, we suggest that, if you can, you register electronically. If you do need to register through the post or by fax, youll find guidelines on how to complete your registration form correctly on page 42. You will find the qualification information at the back of this brochure plus a registration form. Ensure that you meet all the requirements, then fill in the form. The example below shows you how. Structure of qualification curriculum
A Qualification B Stream C Qualification code: F Qualification offered until: G Admission requirements: H Rules: J Modules
A = name of qualification (eg BSc) B = some qualifications have streams, eg Environmental management C = qualification code (eg 02089) D = NQF exit level, ie. highest level of the qualification E = Total NQF credits required for completion of qualification F = Some qualifications are only available to repeating students as these qualifications will be phased out. This line would indicate until when the repeating students have to complete that qualification.

D NQF Exit level:

E Total credits:

K Pre/co-requisites
G = Details the admission requirements to the qualification H = The rules applicable to the qualification. Important that these must be read by student. J = The list of modules. There would also be an indication of the compulsory modules and those from which choices can be made. K = The pre-requisite or co-requisite for each module.

Note: Pre-requisite indicates the module and/or modules you must have passed before you can take the selected module. Co-requisite indicates a module you must take together with the selected module.

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Study pack delivery options


Before completing the registration process, please select how you would like your first study material pack to be delivered to you courier post This only applies to the first study pack. Subsequent material will be sent via ordinary mail service to the South African Post Office. Once you have registered, you may register on myUnisa (http://my.unisa.ac.za) to access and download your study material online. Study material is also available on CD, free of charge, at certain of Unisas offices. Courier: We recommend this option. (There is no additional fee to courier your study material.) Please provide Unisa with your cellphone number and a physical delivery address. Post: Provide Unisa with a correct address, suburb and postal code to avoid unnecessary delays. Youll receive a SMS and a parcel notification from the Post Office informing you that the parcel is ready for collection. Remember to take your ID with you when you collect it from the Post Office. If you do not collect the package it will be returned to Unisa. * From 2013, study material for second semester modules will only be sent to you at the start of the second semester.

Recognition of prior learning (RPL)


Unisas RPL programme allows you to apply for recognition and credits for skills and knowledge acquired outside of formal learning programmes. Your skill and knowledge will be evaluated and, if found to be relevant, you may be granted the appropriate credits, thereby reducing your study time. Interested? Please send an e-mail to rpl@unisa.ac.za.

Guidelines for completing your registration form


New and re-registering students must check the pre-populated form for accuracy and provide any missing information. Returning students registering for a new qualification must complete the form in full. Complete the form in black ink and write as clearly as possible. Make 2 additional photocopies of the form before you begin (in case you make a mistake). Complete both sides of the form. Check that your qualification and personal information is correct. Confirm the language that Unisa will use to communicate with you. If you have a disability, please look at the registration form codes section of this brochure for the necessary code. 01 is the code for no disability. Check your cellphone number and myLife e-mail address (if you already have one). This is how Unisa will contact you. Check the exam centres. Ensure that the code corresponds with where you want to write your exams. Youll only be allowed to change exam venues up to one month before the exam period starts. Select how you would like your study material sent to you (first study pack only). Study material can be found on myUnisa or will either be couriered or sent through the normal postal service. In this case, please ensure that your postal and courier address (if applicable) are correct. Youll receive module codes with your registration form. Indicate whether you are completing a module for nondegree purposes (NDP). Youll find more module information at http://www.unisa.ac.za/mymodules. Indicate the period for which you are registering: semester 1 (1); semester 2 (2); the year (0) (applies to year modules only).

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Option 1
Online via the internet
Unisas online registration process is quick, simple and accurate. This is why we recommend this option. Once again, when registering online, youll be prompted when information is missing or incorrect, helping you to ensure that you include all important details and upload all necessary documents when submitting your registration form. The steps are as follows Go to the Unisa registration website (http://registration.unisa.ac.za) Enter your student number in the block provided and other details required. (If you dont have a student number you wont be able to continue; youll need to apply for a student number during the next application period.) Check your personal details on screen. Change any contact details that are missing or incorrect. Enter the modules you want to register for. You must meet all the pre-requisites and co-requisites for the selected module enter the correct module code select the correct semester (1 = first semester; 2 = second semester) indicate in which language you want to receive your study material (English or Afrikaans)

Choose your study pack delivery option (by courier or post). Calculate your fees Use the fee quotation link on the Unisa website (http://www.unisa.ac.za/feequote) to obtain a quote for the cost of your modules. Note the minimum fee that must be paid before Unisa will process your registration. If these fees are more than you can afford, delete modules until you can afford the fees. You can make payment online, using a credit card at http://www.unisa.ac.za/feepayment. If you dont have a credit card, you can pay at a Standard Bank. Please fax the deposit slip to Unisa at 012 429 4150 and use your student number as your reference number. Submit your registration.

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Option 2
In person at a self-help computer terminal
The table below will help you locate your nearest self-help terminal. Before going to a Unisa regional office, read this brochure and complete your registration form correctly. Take your registration form and this brochure with you when you register, as no additional copies of this brochure will be available at Unisas campuses or regional offices. When you arrive youll be referred to a self-help computer. Finalise your registration by following the prompts/instructions on the screen. Unisa staff will be in the registration halls to assist you. At the computer, type in your student number. Youll be prompted to confirm your information. If its correct, click Yes. If you need to make changes, click No. Make the necessary changes and when youre satisfied, click Yes to submit the information. Select your modules. Use the drop-down menu provided with each module. Once youve selected your modules and confirmed the information on the summary page, click Proceed with temporary registration. If you have a credit card you may pay your fees online. If not, you can pay at any Standard Bank branch. Please fax the deposit slip to Unisa at 012 429 4150 and use your student number as your reference number. If you pay, at least, the minimum fee, you can print out a confirmation of your registration. If you dont make the minimum payment, youll receive a printout indicating the details of the modules you selected and the payment details (minimum fee payable, total fee and payment options). Once your registration is finalised, register and download your study material and the my Studies @ Unisa brochure from myUnisa.
Submit registration forms for postal registration Credit/debit card payments

Self-help terminals

Gauteng
Sunnyside Florida Johannesburg Ekurhuleni Vaal Triangle

Campus address
Corner of Justice Mohammed and Steve Biko streets, Sunnyside Corner of Christiaan de Wet Road & Pioneer Avenue, Florida, 1709 JSE Annexe Building, 1 Kerk Street, Newtown, Johannesburg, 2001 Corner of R51 & Brazil Road, Daveyton, 1520 Hangar Building, 1st floor, corner of Rhodes & Voortrekker streets, Vereeniging 15 Jean Simonis Street, Parow, 7500 Joubert Plaza 1, 100 Meade Steet, George, 6529 Greyville House, corner of Cape, Greyville & Ring roads, Green Acres, Newton Park 10 St Lukes Road, Southernwood, East London, 5201 Corner of York Road & Victoria Street

Self-help registration

Advisory services

Western Cape
Cape Town George

Eastern Cape
Port Elizabeth East London Mthatha

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KwaZulu-Natal
Durban Pietermaritzburg Newcastle Richards Bay Wild Coast 230 Stalwart Simelane Street (previously Stanger Street), Durban, 4001 1 Langalibalele Street (previously Longmarket Street), Pietermaritzburg, 3201 Corner of Sutherland & Harding streets, Newcastle, 2940 Block C, Via Verbana, Veldenvlei Unisa Wild Coast Sun, Wild Coast Main Road, Mzamba Beach, Bizana, 4800 Forum Building, 1st floor, corner of Steen Street & Oliver Tambo Road, Rustenburg, 0300 NRE Building, 2nd floor, 161 Zastron Street, Westdene, Bloemfontein, 9301 20 Auret Street, Potchesfstroom, 2531 29 Main Street, corner of Warren and Main streets, Mafikeng, 2745 NIHE Building, Chapel Street, Kimberley, 8300 NFS Building, 36 Brand Street,1st floor, Kroonstad, 9499 29A Landdros Mar Street, Polokwane, 0700 87 Krogh Street, Standard Bank building, Office 2, Makhado, 0920 First floor, room 11, Absa building, Masingita Complex, Giyani Road, Giyani, 0826 Standard Bank Building, 31 Brown Street, Nelspruit, 1200 Town Square Building, corner of Walter Sisulu & Bhimy Damane streets, Middelburg, 1050 Akaki Regional Learning Centre, Addis Ababa

Midlands
Rustenburg Bloemfontein Potchefstroom Mafikeng Kimberley Kroonstad

Limpopo
Polokwane Makhado Giyani

Mpumalanga
Nelspruit Middelburg

Ethiopia
Addis Ababa

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Option 3 & 4
Post and fax
Please check that you have completed the registration form correctly using the information in this brochure. Errors or inaccuracies may result in your registration being delayed. Completed registration documents and payments must reach Unisa before the closing date for registrations. Use the payment information in this brochure to calculate your minimum fees, then pay at any Standard Bank branch. Please use your student number as your reference number when paying. Proof of payment must be faxed to Unisa on 012 429 4150 or included with your registration documents. Please dont include cash or cheques with your documents. Completed registration forms can also be faxed to that number or posted to Registration @ Unisa, PO Box 392, Unisa, 0003

Registration approval
Once your registration has been received, it will go through an approval process to check if the requirements have been met. Your registration will only be finalised once you receive confirmation from Unisa that it has been approved. If you submitted your registration at a self-help terminal and paid the minimum fees, it may have been finalised immediately. If you registered via the web, post or fax, you must first receive a notification from Unisa indicating that youve been successfully registered. If you dont receive this notification, despite having paid the minimum fees and submitting your registration form, please send an e-mail to study-info@unisa.ac.za. Once your registration is approved we then send you your initial study pack via courier or post (whichever option you selected on your registration form). The my Studies @ Unisa brochure included in the study pack has information on how to plan your studies, how to study, how to connect to Unisa services, and how to tackle assignments, exams, and so on.

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Prepare for your studies


It may take a little time before you receive confirmation of your registration. While youre waiting, its a good idea to start preparing.

Create a study space


Creating your study space is a good place to start, somewhere in your home thats quiet, thats your own, where you wont be disturbed. It should have good natural light and be well lit at night too.

Schedule your time


Get yourself a year planner, identify the times youre not working at your job (if you have one). Mark the events (social and otherwise) that you know youll have to attend. Mark your family time, the time for all your other obligations and the time you need for yourself. In this way, youll start to identify your ideal study times, and the instances where, perhaps, you need to sacrifice a little social time to get in those extra study hours. Remember: semester modules require between 6 and 8 hours per week, and year modules between 4 and 6 hours per week.

Start building a support community


Like we said at the start, building a support community is one of the most important requirements for any Unisa student. Its a network of people who can help you on your journey. Youll only be able to connect to lecturers and students once youre registered on myUnisa, but family, friends and work colleagues play a big part too. Talk to your family, talk to friends, let them know what to expect. Having the understanding of the people in your life means having their support too. If youre working in your field of study, then the workplace will be a great source of support. People with experience in your field are invaluable. Talk to your colleagues and your employer. This will also help when you need to take time off for exams, for instance. Find a mentor, someone you know and trust, who can advise you through the course of your studies. Ideally, he or she should have studied too, they should understand the challenges; they should know you and your situation well enough to resolve conflicts when they arise; and importantly, they should be someone you trust.

Register on myUnisa
Once youve received confirmation of your registration, register on myUnisa, the universitys online student portal. Then you wont need to wait for your study material to be posted or couriered. Youll be able todownload everything, including your Tutorial letters and the my Studies @ Unisa brochure, from myUnisa. Registering on myUnisa is one of the first things you need to do once you have your student number.

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After registering on myUnisa, you can download study material, tutorial letters and study guides submit and track assignments receive assignment results join discussion forums contact lecturers and read material posted by lecturers pay fees update your personal details conduct administrative processes register for additional modules find e-resources check and change exam info

Your myLife e-mail account


Once registered on myUnisa, you can claim your myLife e-mail account. Its a free account which Unisa uses to communicate with you via email. Its the only e-mail account we use. If youre using another address, you must have your myLife e-mails forwarded to that address otherwise youll miss out on important information. Unisa also uses SMS when necessary, using the cellphone number you provided at the point of registration.

Students with disabilities


Unisas Advocacy and Resource Centre for Students with Disabilities (ARCSWiD) assists and supports students with disabilities. Should you require assistance, please indicate the nature of your disability on your registration form and contact ARCSWiD as soon as possible. Also complete the special assistance form, ARCSWiD01. (Youll find it further into in this brochure.) This enables ARCSWiD to plan the measures necessary to support your needs. Should you need further information about ARCSWID, please contact Pintias Nkuna (Tel: +27 12 429 6923, E-mail: nkunapj@unisa.ac.za) Deenadayalan Moodley (moodld@unisa.ac.za)

Q&A
How do I get an academic record or credit certificate? Complete the prescribed form and submit it to Unisa. Can I transfer from another university to Unisa? Yes, except if you were excluded/suspended from a prior institution of higher education on grounds of misconduct. You need to apply to Unisa first, however. Please go to the Unisa website (http://www.unisa.ac.za/mychoice) for the dates for the next application period. Can I register with Unisa and another university simultaneously? Only if the qualification you register for at Unisa is for non-degree purposes, and that you have written permission from the other university allowing concurrent registration. You must submit this written permission at the point of registration. Remember too, if you do not have a Unisa student number you first need to apply. Can I register for two or more formal programmes at Unisa simultaneously? Unfortunately not. When can I register for a module if I was registered before and did not write the exam for the module? After the official release of the exam results for that exam period, but before the appropriate closing date.

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Amending your registration


You may make any of the following changes to your registration by logging on to myUnisa (http://my.unisa.ac.za), and following the registration prompts. If youd prefer the university to assist you, submit your request in writing using the prescribed forms (at the back of this brochure). By post The Registrar, PO Box 392, Unisa, 0003 By fax 012 429 4150 Adding and cancelling modules To add modules after registration you must apply online or in writing using the prescribed form and then pay the necessary fee to the university by the relevant closing date for registration. You can cancel modules via the same channels. You will, however, forfeit the applicable portion of the fees paid (related to the date of cancellation). Please look at the exclusion from studies paragraph in the Student Rules before cancelling modules. Changing your address and/or telephone number Submit all requests to change telephone numbers and/or postal, physical or courier addresses online or in writing using the prescribed form. Changing your exam centre Requests to change examination centres must be done at least one month before the exam. Applying for course credit exemptions You cant be exempted from more than 50% of the modules for the qualification you registered for. Neither can you receive exemption for both your major subjects. You must have met Unisas admission requirements at the time of having passed the relevant modules at your previous institution. Conditional exemption If you have an ordinary conditional exemption, you will not be allowed to proceed to second or further years of study until you have passed the outstanding subject and met the condition of that exemption.

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College of Science College of Economic and Engineering andManagement Sciences Technology

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DIPLOMAS
National Certificate in Datametrics
Qualification code: 02402 NQF Exit level: 5 Total credits: 120 Qualification offered until 2014, and ONLY for students previously registered for this qualification. NSC (Degree) with Mathematics & English passed with a rating of 4 OR matriculation exemption with at least E(40%) for Higher Grade Admission requirements:
Mathematics & English or at least D(50%) for Standard Grade Mathematics and English

First level
Module
Group A. Choose at least 7 from the following COS1501 - Theoretical Computer Science I COS1511 - Introduction to Programming I COS1512 - Introduction to Programming II COS1521 - Computer Systems: Fundamental Concepts DSC1510 - Introduction to The Business World DSC1630 - Introductory Financial Mathematics EUP1501 - Ethical Information and Communication Technologies for Development Solutions INF1505 - Introduction to Business Information Systems INF1511 - Visual Programming I INF1520 - Human-Computer Interaction I MAT1503 - Linear Algebra MAT1510 - Precalculus Mathematics A MAT1511 - Precalculus Mathematics B MAT1512 - Calculus A MAT1613 - Calculus B PHY1506 - Electromagnetism and Heat (Physics) STA1501 - Descriptive Statistics and Probability STA1502 - Statistical Inference I STA1503 - Distribution Theory I STA1510 - Basic Statistics

Pre/Co-requisite
Co: EUP1501 Pre: COS1511

Co: MAT1512

Co: STA1501 Co: STA1501 & STA1502 & (MAT1512 or DSC1620)

Second level
Module
Group A. Choose at least 3 modules from second or third level COS2601 - Theoretical Computer Science II COS2611 - Programming: Data Structures COS2614 - Programming: Contemporary Concepts COS2621 - Computer Organisation COS2626 - Computer Networks I COS2633 - Numerical Methods I COS2661 - Formal Logic II DSC2602 - Rational Decision Making DSC2604 - Financial Modelling DSC2607 - Production Modelling ICT2621 ICT2622 INF2611 - Structured Systems Analysis and Design - Object-Oriented Analysis - Visual Programming II

Pre/Co-requisite
Pre: COS1501 Pre: COS1512 Pre: COS1512 Pre: COS1512, COS1521 Pre: COS1511 & MAT1512 & MAT1503 Pre: COS1501 Pre: DSC1510 & DSC1630 Pre: DSC1510 & DSC1630 Pre: DSC1510, DSC1630 & any two of MAT1512, MAT1613, MAT1503 Pre: INF1505 or COS1521 Pre: (INF1505 or COS1521) & (EUP1501 or COS1512 or INF1511) Pre: INF1511

Third level
Module
Group A. Choose at least 3 modules from second or third level COS3701 - Theoretical Computer Science III COS3711 - Advanced Programming COS3712 - Computer Graphics COS3721 - Operating Systems and Architecture COS3751 - Techniques of Artificial Intelligence COS3761 - Formal Logic III DSC3702 - Optimisation of Resources DSC3703 - Simulation DSC3704 - Models for Strategic Decision-Making DSC3705 - Financial Risk Modelling DSC3706 - Selected Topics for Operations Research INF3703 - Databases II INF3705 - Advanced Systems Development INF3707 - Database Design and Implementation INF3708 - Software Project Management INF3720 - Human-Computer Interaction II

Pre/Co-requisite
Pre: COS2601 Pre: COS2611 & COS2614 Pre: COS2611 & MAT1503 Pre: COS2621 Pre: COS2611 & COS2661 Pre: COS2661 Pre: DSC2602 & DSC2601 or DSC2605, DSC2606 Pre: DSC2602 & DSC2601 or DSC2605, DSC2606 Pre: DSC2602 & DSC2601 or DSC2605, DSC2606 Pre: DSC2602 & DSC2601 or DSC2605, DSC2606 Pre: DSC2602 & DSC2601 or DSC2605, DSC2606 Pre: ICT2621 or ICT2622 or INF2603 Pre: ICT2621 & ICT2622 Pre: ICT2621 or ICT2622 or INF2603 Co: INF1520

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Diploma in Information Technology


Qualification code: 98806 Admission requirements:

A National Senior Certificate (Diploma endorsement) with at least 50% in the language of teaching learning.

NQF Exit level: 6

Total credits: 360

First level
Module
Group A. Compulsory BSM1501 - Business Management IA ENN1504 - Practising Workplace English EUP1501 - Ethical Information and Communication Technologies for Development Solutions ICT1511 - Introduction to Programming ICT1512 - Introduction to Interactive Programming ICT1513 - Introduction to Web Design ICT1521 - Introduction to Databases ICT1531 - Workstation Technical Skills ICT1532 - Network Technical Skills ICT1541 - Business Informatics I

Pre/Co-requisite

Co: ICT1513 Co: EUP1501 Co: EUP1501 Co: ICT1531

Second level
Module
Group A. Compulsory FAC1501 - Introductory Financial Accounting ICT2611 - Graphical User Interface Programming ICT2612 - Interactive Programming ICT2613 - Internet Programming ICT2621 - Structured Systems Analysis and Design ICT2622 - Object-Oriented Analysis ICT2631 - Operating Systems Practice ICT2632 - Digital Logic ICT2641 - Business Informatics IIA ICT2642 - Business Informatics IIB

Pre/Co-requisite
Pre: COS1511 & ICT1513 Pre: COS1511 & ICT1512 & ICT1513 Pre: COS1511 & ICT1512 & ICT1513 Pre: ICT1521 & ICT1541 Pre: ICT1521 & ICT1541; Co: ICT2621 Pre: ICT1531 & ICT1532 Pre: ICT1531 & ICT1532 Pre: ICT1541; Co: FAC1501 Pre: ICT1541; Co: FAC1501 & ICT2641

Third level
Module
Group A. Compulsory ICT3611 - Advanced Graphical User Interface Programming ICT3612 - Advanced Internet Programming ICT3621 - Database Design ICT3631 - Advanced Operating System Practice ICT3641 - Business Informatics IIIA ICT3642 - Business Informatics IIIB ICT3713 - Information and Communication Technology Project Proposal ICT3714 ICT3722 INF3708 - Information and Communication Technology Project Implementation - Database Practice - Software Project Management

Pre/Co-requisite
Pre: ICT2611 Pre: ICT2612 & ICT2613 Pre: ICT2621 & ICT2622; Co: ICT3722 Pre: ICT2631 Pre: ICT2641 & ICT2642 Pre: ICT2641 & ICT2642; Co: ICT3641 Pre: ICT2621 & ICT2622 & ICT2641 & ICT2642; Co: ICT3722 & ICT3621 & INF3708 Pre: ICT2611 & ICT2612 & ICT2613 & ICT2621 & ICT2622 & ICT2631 & ICT3713; Co: ICT3611 & ICT3722 & ICT3621 & INF3708 Pre: ICT2621 & ICT2622; Co: ICT3621

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National Diploma: Engineering: Civil


Qualification code: NDECI Admission requirements: Rules: Purpose statement:

A National Senior Certificate (Diploma endorsement) with at least 50% in the language of teaching and learning and with at least 50% in Mathematics and Physical Science.

NQF Exit level: 6

Total credits: 360

Work-integrated learning is a compulsory component towards the completion of this qualification. To train a Civil Engineering Technician with sufficient academic knowledge and practical experience to plan, design, construct and manage projects in the Civil Engineering field. A qualified person with sufficient experience will be able to register with the Engineering Council of South Africa (ECSA) as a Professional Technician in this field of Engineering.

First level
Module
Group A. Compulsory AMC1PRA - Applied Mechanics I (Practical) DRW1501 - Drawing I ENN103F - English for Academic Purposes EUC1501 - End-User Computing I (Theory) EUP1501 - Ethical Information and Communication Technologies for Development Solutions MAT1581 - Mathematics I (Engineering) PHY1501 - Elementary Mechanics SRV1501 - Surveying I (Theory) SRVPRA1 - Surveying I (Practical) Co: PHY1501

Pre/Co-requisite

Co: AMC1PRA Co: SRVPRA1 or SRV1PRA Co: SRV1501 or SRV121Q

Second level
Module
Group A. Compulsory CMD1501 - Construction Methods I CMT1501 - Construction Materials I (Theory) CMTPRA1 - Construction Materials I (Practical) DRW2601 - Drawing II MAT2691 - Mathematics II (Engineering) MCL1501 - Management: Civil I SRC2601 - Surveying SRCPRA2 TST2601 TSTPRA2 - Surveying: Civil II (Practical) - Theory of Structures II (Theory) - Theory of Structures II (Practical)

Pre/Co-requisite
Co: CMTPRA1 or CMT1PRA Co: CMT1501 or CMT101C Pre: DRW1501 (DRW111X) Pre: MAT1581 Pre: SRV1501or SRV121Q & SRVPRA1 or SRV1PRA Co: SRCPRA2 or SRV2PRA Pre: SRV1501or SRV121Q & SRVPRA1 or SRV1PRA Co: SRC2601 or SRV211Q Pre: PHY1501 & AMC1PRA; Co: TSTPRA2 or TST2PRA Pre: PHY1501 & AMC1PRA; Co: TST2601 or TST271Z

Third level
Module
Group A. Compulsory GTE2601 - Geotechnical Engineering II (Theory) GTE2PRA - Geotechnical Engineering II (Practical) MCL2601 - Management: Civil II PEC2601 - Engineering Practice: Civil II RCD3601 - Reinforced Concrete and Masonry Design III (Theory) RCD3602 SAN2601 TPE2601 TPE2602 WEN2601 WEN2PRA - Reinforced Concrete and Masonry Design III (Project) - Structural Analysis II - Transportation Engineering II (Theory) - Transportation Engineering II (Project) - Water Engineering II (Theory) - Water Engineering II (Practical)

Pre/Co-requisite
Co: GTE2PRA Co:GTE2601 or GTE281Q Pre: MCL1501 or MCL191S Pre: 10 study units from level 1 or level 2 Pre: TST2601 or TST271Z & TSTPRA2 or TST2PRA & SAN2601 or SAN271Z; Co: RCD3602 or RCD3PJT Pre: TST2601 or TST271Z & TSTPRA2 or TST2PRA & SAN2601or SAN271Z; Co: RCD3601 or RCD301C Pre: TST2601 or TST271Z & TSTPRA2 or TST2PRA Co: SRC2601 or SRC211Q & SRCPRA2 or SRC2PRA & TPE2602 or TPE211C Co: SRC2601or SRC211Q & SRCPRA2 or SRC2PRA & TPE2601 or TPE211C Pre: PHY1501 & AMC1PRA; Co: WEN2PRA Pre: PHY1501 & AMC1PRA; Co: WEN2601 or WEN221R

Fourth level
Module
Group A. Compulsory DCM3601 - Documentation III (Theory) DCM3602 - Documentation III (Project) GTE3601 - Geotechnical Engineering III (Theory) GTEPRA3 - Geotechnical Engineering III (Practical) PEC301C - Engineering Practice: Civil III SAN3601 - Structural Analysis III SSD3601 - Structural Steel and Timber Design III (Theory) SSD3602 - Structural Steel and Timber Design III (Pjt) TPE3601 - Transportation Engineering III (Theory) TPE3PRA - Transportation Engineering III (Practical) WEN3601 WEN3PJT WEN3PRA - Water Engineering III (Theory) - Water Engineering III (Project) - Water Engineering III (Practical)

Pre/Co-requisite
Co: DCM3602 or DCM3PJT Co: DCM3601 or DCM371Y Pre: GTE2601 or GTE281Q & GTE2PRA; Co: GTEPRA3 or GTE3PRA Pre: GTE2601 or GTE281Q & GTE2PRA; Co: GTE3601 or GTE331Q Pre: All subjects from first, second & third levels Pre: SAN2601 or SAN271Z Pre: SAN2601 or SAN271Z; Co: SSD3602 or SSD3PJT Pre: SAN2601 or SAN271Z; Co: SSD3601 or SSD301C Pre: TPE2601 or TPE211C & TPE2602 or TPE2PJT; Co: TPE3PRA Pre: TPE2601 or TPE211C & TPE2602 or TPE2PJT; Co: TPE3601 or TPE381V Pre: WEN2601 or WEN221R & WEN2PRA; Co: WEN3PRA & WEN3PJT Pre: WEN2601 or WEN221R & WEN2PRA; Co: WEN3601 or WEN361F Pre: WEN2601 or WEN221R & WEN2PRA; Co: WEN3601 or WEN361F & WEN3PJT

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National Diploma: Engineering: Electrical

Stream Clinical Engineering Qualification code: NDEEN - CEN NQF Exit level: 6 Total credits: 360 A National Senior Certificate (Diploma endorsement) with at least 50% in the language of teaching and learning and with at least 50% in Admission requirements:
Mathematics and Physical Science.

Purpose statement:

Students will be competent to apply technical knowledge, engineering principles and problem-solving techniques in the field of Electrical Engineering by operating within the relevant standards and codes in collaboration with other members of the engineering team. A qualified person with sufficient experience will be able to register with the Engineering Council of South Africa (ECSA) as a Professional Technician in this field of Engineering.

First level
Module
Group A. Compulsory COS1511 - Introduction to Programming I DIG1501 - Digital Systems I (Theory) DIGPRA1 - Digital Systems I (Practical) ECT1501 - Electronics I (Theory) ECTPRA1 - Electronics I (Practical) ELE1501 - Electrical Engineering I (Theory) ELEPRA1 - Electrical Engineering I (Practical) ENN103F - English for Academic Purposes EUC1501 - End-User Computing I (Theory) EUP1501 - Ethical Information and Communication Technologies for Development Solutions MAT1581 - Mathematics I (Engineering)

Pre/Co-requisite
Co: EUP1501 Co: DIGPRA1 or DIG1PRA Co: DIG1501 or DIG111Z Co: ECTPRA1 or ECT1PRA Co: ECT1501 or ECT151R Co: ELEPRA1 or ECT1PRA Co: ELE1501or ELE171U

Second level
Module
Group A. Compulsory DIG2601 - Digital Systems II (Theory) DIGPRA2 ECT2601 ECTPRA2 ELE2601 ELEPRA2 EPR101E ICT1512 ICT1513 MAT2691 - Digital Systems II (Practical) - Electronics II (Theory) - Electronics II (Practical) - Electrical Engineering II (Theory) - Electrical Engineering II (Practical) - Electrical Engineering Practice I - Introduction to Interactive Programming - Introduction to Web Design - Mathematics II (Engineering)

Pre/Co-requisite
Pre: DIG1501 or DIG111Z &, DIGPRA1 or DIG1PRA; Co: DIGPRA2 or DIG2PRA Pre: DIG1501 or DIG111Z & DIGPRA1 or DIG1PRA; Co: DIG2601 or DIG221X Pre: ECT1501 or ECT151R & ECTPRA1 or ECT1PRA; Co: ECTPRA2 or ECT2PRA Pre: ECT1501 or ECT151R & ECTPRA1 or ECT1PRA; Co: ECT2601 or ECT261Z Pre: ELE1501 or ELE171U & ELEPRA1 or ELE1PRA; Co: ELEPRA2 or ELE2PRA Pre: ELE1501 or ELE171U & ELEPRA1 or ELE1PRA; Co: ELE2601 or ELE281X Pre: 10 study units towards the diploma should be completed Co: ICT1513 Co: EUP1501 Pre: MAT1581

Third level
Module
Group A. Compulsory BSY1015 - Bio-Systems I DIG3601 - Digital Systems III (Theory) DIGPRA3 ECT3601 ECTPRA3 EPR201E MAT3700 MEQ3601 MEQ3602 MEQPRA1 MEQPRA2 - Digital Systems III (Practical) - Electronics III (Theory) - Electronics III (Practical) - Electrical Engineering Practice II Mathematics III (Engineering) Medical Equipment III (Module A) (Theory) Medical Equipment III (Module B) (Theory) Medical Equipment III (Module A) (Practical) Medical Equipment III (Module B) (Practical)

Pre/Co-requisite
Pre: DIG2601 or DIG221X & DIGPRA2 or DIG2PRA; Co: DIGPRA3 or DIG3PRA Pre: DIG2601or DIG221X & DIGPRA2 or DIG2PRA; Co: DIG3601or DIG331Q Pre: ECT2601 or ECT261Z & ECTPRA2 or ECT2PRA; Co: ECTPRA3 or ECT3PRA Pre: ECT2601or ECT261Z & ECTPRA2 or ECT2PRA Co: ECT3601 or ECT381A Pre: 15 study units towards the diploma should be completed Pre: MAT2691 Co: MEQPRA1 or MEQ1PRA Co: MEQPRA2 or MEQ2PRA Co: MEQ3601 or MEQ3116 Co: MEQ3602 or MEQ3128

Fourth level
Module
Group A. Compulsory DPJ391U - Design Project III Group B. Choose 1 of the following groups of modules BSM1501 - Business Management IA BSM1602 - Business Management IB Group C. EMA2601 - Engineering Management II (Module A) EMA2602 - Engineering Management II (Module B)

Pre/Co-requisite
Pre: 10 study units on level 1 or level 2 and 2 Clinical Engineering study units

Pre: BSM1501

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National Diploma: Engineering: Electrical

Stream Computer Systems Qualification code: NDEEN - COS NQF Exit level: 6 Total credits: 360 A National Senior Certificate (Diploma endorsement) with at least 50% in the language of teaching and learning and with at least 50% in Admission requirements: Rules:
Mathematics and Physical Science.

Purpose statement:

Compilation of curriculum: The following compulsory modules need to be completed: English for Academic Purposes. End User Computing 1. Ethical Information and Communication Technologies for Development Solutions. Mathematics 1, 2 & 3. Electrical Engineering 1 & 2. Electronics 1 & 2. Digital Systems 1. Design Project 3. Electrical Engineering Practice 1 & 2. 60 of the 360 credits must be from NQF level 6. Students who select Electronic Measurements 3 and Metrology 3 must pass both modules in order for credit to be granted. Students will be competent to apply technical knowledge, engineering principles and problem-solving techniques in the field of Electrical Engineering by operating within the relevant standards and codes in collaboration with other members of the engineering team. A qualified person with sufficient experience will be able to register with the Engineering Council of South Africa (ECSA) as a Professional Technician in this field of Engineering.

First level
Module
Group A. COS1511 DIG1501 DIGPRA1 ECT1501 ECTPRA1 ELE1501 ELEPRA1 ENN103F EUC1501 EUP1501 ICT1531 MAT1581 Introduction to Programming I Digital Systems I (Theory) Digital Systems I (Practical) Electronics I (Theory) Electronics I (Practical) Electrical Engineering I (Theory) Electrical Engineering I (Practical) English for Academic Purposes End-User Computing I (Theory) Ethical Information and Communication Technologies for Development Solutions Workstation Technical Skills Mathematics I (Engineering)

Pre/Co-requisite
Co: EUP1501 Co: DIGPRA1 or DIG1PRA Co: DIG1501 or DIG111Z Co: ECTPRA1 or ECT1PRA Co: ECT1501 or ECT151R Co: ELEPRA1 or ELE1PRA Co: ELE1501 or ELE171U

Second level
Module
Group A. DIG2601 DIGPRA2 ECT2601 ECTPRA2 ELE2601 ELEPRA2 EPR101E ICT1512 ICT1513 ICT1532 MAT2691 - Digital Systems II (Theory) - Digital Systems II (Practical) - Electronics II (Theory) - Electronics II (Practical) - Electrical Engineering II (Theory) - Electrical Engineering II (Practical) - Electrical Engineering Practice I Introduction to Interactive Programming Introduction to Web Design Network Technical Skills Mathematics II (Engineering)

Pre/Co-requisite
Pre: DIG1501 or DIG111Z & DIGPRA1 or DIG1PRA; Co: DIGPRA2 or DIG2PRA Pre: DIG1501 or DIG111Z & DIGPRA1 or DIG1PRA; Co: DIGPRA2 or DIG2PRA Pre: ECT1501 or ECT151R & ECTPRA1 or ECT1PRA; Co: ECTPRA2 or ECT2PRA Pre: ECT1501 or ECT151R & ECTPRA1 or ECT1PRA; Co: ECT2601 or ECT261Z Pre: ELE1501 or ELE151R & ELEPRA1 or ELE1PRA; Co: ELEPRA2 or ELE2PRA Pre: ELE1501 or ELE281X & ELEPRA1 or ELE1PRA; Co: ELE2601or ELE281X Pre: 10 study units towards the diploma should be completed. Co: ICT1513 Co: EUP1501 Co: ICT1531 Pre: MAT1581

Third level
Module
Group A. DIG3601 DIGPRA3 ECM2601 ECMPRA2 ECT3601 ECTPRA3 EPR201E ICT1541 ICT2612 ICT2613 ICT2631 ICT3611 MAT3700 - Digital Systems III (Theory) - Digital Systems III (Practical) - Electronic Communication II (Theory) - Electronic Communication II (Practical) - Electronics III (Theory) - Electronics III (Practical) - Electrical Engineering Practice II Business Informatics I Interactive Programming Internet Programming Operating Systems Practice Advanced Graphical User Interface Programming Mathematics III (Engineering)

Pre/Co-requisite
Pre: DIG2601 or DIG221X & DIGPRA2 or DIG2PRA; Co: DIGPRA3 or DIG3PRA Pre: DIG2601 or DIG221X & DIGPRA2 or DIG2PRA; Co: DIG3601 or DIG331Q Co: ECMPRA2 or ECM2PRA & ECT2601 or ECT261Z & ECTPRA2 or ECT2PRA Co: ECM2601 or ECM391Z & ECT2601or ECT261Z & ECTPRA2 or ECT2PRA Pre: ECT2601 or ECT261Z & ECTPRA2 or ECT2PRA; Co: ECTPRA3 ECT3PRA Pre: ECT2601or ECT261Z & ECTPRA2 or ECT2PRA; Co: ECT3601 or ECT381A Pre: 15 study units towards the diploma should be completed. Pre: COS1511, ICT1512 & ICT1513 Pre: COS1511, ICT1512 & ICT1513 Pre: ICT1531 & ICT1532 Pre: MAT2691

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Fourth level
Module
Group A. Compulsory DPJ391U - Design Project III ICT3612 - Advanced Internet Programming ICT3631 - Advanced Operating System Practice Group B. Choose 1 of the following groups of modules BSM1501 - Business Management IA BSM1602 - Business Management IB Group C. EMA2601 - Engineering Management II (Module A) EMA2602 - Engineering Management II (Module B)

Pre/Co-requisite
Pre: 10 study units on level 1 or level 2 and 2 study units on level 3. Pre: ICT2612 & ICT2613 Pre: ICT2631

Pre: BSM1501

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National Diploma: Engineering: Electrical

Stream Electronics and Electronic Communication Qualification code: NDEEN - EEC NQF Exit level: 6 Total credits: 360 A National Senior Certificate (Diploma endorsement) with at least 50% in the language of teaching and learning and with at least 50% in Admission requirements: Rules:
Mathematics and Physical Science.

Purpose statement:

Compilation of curriculum: The following compulsory modules need to be completed: English for Academic Purposes. End User Computing 1. Ethical Information and Communication Technologies for Development Solutions. Mathematics 1, 2 & 3. Electrical Engineering 1 & 2. Electronics 1 & 2. Digital Systems 1. Design Project 3. Electrical Engineering Practice 1 & 2. 60 of the 360 credits must be from NQF level 6. Students who select Electronic Measurements 3 and Metrology 3 must pass both modules in order for credit to be granted. Students will be competent to apply technical knowledge, engineering principles and problem-solving techniques in the field of Electrical Engineering by operating within the relevant standards and codes in collaboration with other members of the engineering team. A qualified person with sufficient experience will be able to register with the Engineering Council of South Africa (ECSA) as a Professional Technician in this field of Engineering.

First level
Module
Group A. COS1511 DIG1501 DIGPRA1 ECT1501 ECTPRA1 ELE1501 ELEPRA1 ENN103F EUC1501 EUP1501 MAT1581 Introduction to Programming I Digital Systems I (Theory) Digital Systems I (Practical) Electronics I (Theory) Electronics I (Practical) Electrical Engineering I (Theory) Electrical Engineering I (Practical) English for Academic Purposes End-User Computing I (Theory) Ethical Information and Communication Technologies for Development Solutions Mathematics I (Engineering)

Pre/Co-requisite
Co: EUP1501 Co: DIGPRA1 or DIG1PRA Co: DIG1501 or DIG111Z Co: ECTPRA1 or ECT1PRA Co: ECT1501 or ECT151R Co: ELEPRA1 or ELE1PRA Co: ELE1501 or ELE171U

Second level
Module
Group A. DIG2601 DIGPRA2 ECT2601 ECTPRA2 ELE2601 ELEPRA2 EPR101E ICT1512 ICT1513 MAT2691 - Digital Systems II (Theory) - Digital Systems II (Practical) - Electronics II (Theory) - Electronics II (Practical) - Electrical Engineering II (Theory) - Electrical Engineering II (Practical) - Electrical Engineering Practice I - Introduction to Interactive Programming - Introduction to Web Design - Mathematics II (Engineering)

Pre/Co-requisite
Pre: DIG1501 or DIG111Z & DIGPRA1 or DIG1PRA; Co: DIGPRA2 or DIG2PRA Pre: DIG1501 & DIGPRA1 Co: DIG2601 Pre: ECT1501 or ECT151R & ECTPRA1 or ECT1PRA; Co: ECTPRA2 or ECT2PRA Pre: ECT1501 or ECT151R & ECTPRA1 or ECT1PRA; Co: ECT2601 or ECT261Z Pre: ELE1501 or ELE151R & ELEPRA1 or ELE1PRA; Co: ELEPRA2 or ELE2PRA Pre: ELE1501 or ELE281X & ELEPRA1 or ELE1PRA; Co: ELE2601or ELE281X Pre: 10 study units towards the diploma should be completed. Co: ICT1513 Co: EUP1501 Pre: MAT1581

Third level
Module
Group A. DIG3601 DIGPRA3 ECM2601 ECMPRA2 ECT3601 ECTPRA3 EKM3601 EKMPRA3 EPR201E MAT3700 MTR3601 MTRPRA3 - Digital Systems III (Theory) - Digital Systems III (Practical) - Electronic Communication II (Theory) - Electronic Communication II (Practical) - Electronics III (Theory) - Electronics III (Practical) - Electronic Measurements III (Theory) - Electronic Measurements III (Practical) - Electrical Engineering Practice II - Mathematics III (Engineering) - Metrology III (Theory) - Metrology III (Practical)

Pre/Co-requisite
Pre: DIG2601 or DIG331Q & DIGPRA2 or DIG2PRA; Co: DIGPRA3 or DIG3PRA Pre: DIG2601or DIG221X & DIGPRA2 or DIG2PRA; Co: DIG3601 or DIG331Q Co:ECMPRA2 or ECM2PRA & ECT2601 or ECT261Z & ECTPRA2 or ECT2PRA Co: ECM2601 or ECM391Z & ECT2601or ECT261Z & ECTPRA2 or ECT2PRA Pre: ECT2601 or ECT261Z & ECTPRA2 or ECT2PRA; Co: ECTPRA3 or ECT3PRA Pre: ECT2601 or ECT261Z & ECTPRA2 or ECT2PRA; Co: ECT3601 or ECT381A Pre: ECT2601 or ECT261Z & ECTPRA2 or ECT2PRA; Co: MTR3601 or MTR341X & MTRPRA3 or MTR3PRA & EKMPRA3 or EKM3PRA Pre: ECT2601 or ECT261Z & ECTPRA2 or ECT2PRA; Co: MTR3601or MTR341X & MTRPRA3 or MTR3PRA & EKM3601 or EKM341X Pre: 15 study units towards the diploma should be completed. Pre: MAT2691 Pre: ECT2601 or ECT261Z & ECTPRA2 or ECT2PRA; Co: MTRPRA3 or MTR3PRA & EKM3601 or EKM341X & EKMPRA3 or EKM3PRA Pre: ECT2601 or ECT261Z & ECTPRA2 or ECT2PRA; Co: MTR3601 or MTR341X & EKM3601 or EKM341X & EKMPRA3 or EKMPRA3

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Fourth level
Module
Group A. CSY3601 CSYPRA3 DPJ391U ICT2612 ICT2613 MCE3601 MCEPRA3 RAE3601 RAEPRA3 - Control Systems III (Theory) - Control Systems III (Practical) - Design Project III - Interactive Programming - Internet Programming - Microwave Communication III (Theory) - Microwave Communication III (Practical) - Radio Engineering III (Theory) - Radio Engineering III (Practical)

Pre/Co-requisite
Pre: ECT2601 or ECT261Z & ECTPRA2 or ECT2PRA & ELE2601 or ELE281X & ELEPRA2 or ELE2PRA & MAT3700; Co: CSYPRA3 or CSY3PRA Pre: ECT2601 or ECT261Z & ECTPRA2 or ECT2PRA & ELE2601 or ELE281X & ELEPRA2 or ELE2PRA & MAT3700; Co: CSY3601 or CSY391B Pre: 10 study units on level 1 or level 2 and 2 study units on level 3. Pre: COS1511, ICT1512 & ICT1513 Pre: COS1511, ICT1512 & ICT1513 Pre: ECM2601 or ECM291Z & ECMPRA2 or ECM2PRA; Co: MCEPRA3 or MCE3PRA Pre: ECM2601or ECM291Z & ECMPRA2 or ECM2PRA; Co: MCE3601 or MCE341Z Pre: ECM2601 or ECM391Z & ECMPRA2 or ECM2PRA; Co: RAEPRA3 or RAE3PRA Pre: ECM2601 or ECM921Z & ECMPRA2 or ECM2PRA; Co: RAE3601 or RAE341X

Group B. Choose 1 of the following groups of modules. BSM1501 - Business Management IA BSM1602 - Business Management IB Group C. EMA2601 - Engineering Management II (Module A) EMA2602 - Engineering Management II (Module B)

Pre: BSM1501

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National Diploma: Engineering: Electrical

Stream Mechatronics Qualification code: NDEEN - MEC NQF Exit level: 6 Total credits: 360 A National Senior Certificate (Diploma endorsement) with at least 50% in the language of teaching and learning and with at least 50% in Admission requirements:
Mathematics and Physical Science.

Purpose statement:

Students will be competent to apply technical knowledge, engineering principles and problem-solving techniques in the field of Electrical Engineering by operating within the relevant standards and codes in collaboration with other members of the engineering team. A qualified person with sufficient experience will be able to register with the Engineering Council of South Africa (ECSA) as a Professional Technician in this field of Engineering.

First level
Module
Group A. Compulsory DIG1501 - Digital Systems I (Theory) DIGPRA1 - Digital Systems I (Practical) ECT1501 - Electronics I (Theory) ECTPRA1 - Electronics I (Practical) ELE1501 - Electrical Engineering I (Theory) ELEPRA1 - Electrical Engineering I (Practical) ENN103F - English for Academic Purposes EUC1501 - End-User Computing I (Theory) EUP1501 - Ethical Information and Communication Technologies for Development Solutions MAT1581 - Mathematics I (Engineering) MCA1PRA - Mechanics I (Practical) MED161Q - Mechanical Engineering Drawing I PHY1501 - Elementary Mechanics Co: DIGPRA1 or DIG1PRA Co: DIG1501 or DIG111Z Co: ECTPRA1or ECT1PRA Co: ECT1501or ECT151R Co: ELEPRA1 or ELE1PRA Co: ELE1501or ELE171U

Pre/Co-requisite

Co: PHY1501 Co: MCA1PRA

Second level
Module
Group A. Compulsory COS1511 - Introduction to Programming I DIG2601 - Digital Systems II (Theory) DIGPRA2 - Digital Systems II (Practical) ECT2601 - Electronics II (Theory) ECTPRA2 - Electronics II (Practical) ELE2601 - Electrical Engineering II (Theory) ELEPRA2 - Electrical Engineering II (Practical) EPR101E - Electrical Engineering Practice I MAT2691 - Mathematics II (Engineering) MOM2601 - Mechanics of Machines II (Theory) MOMPRA2 - Mechanics of Machines II (Practical) SOM2601 - Strength of Materials II (Theory) SOMPRA2 - Strength of Materials II (Practical)

Pre/Co-requisite
Pre: EUP1501 Pre: DIG1501 or DIG111Z, DIGPRA1 or DIG1PRA; Co: DIGPRA2 or DIG2PRA Pre: DIG1501 or DIG111Z, DIGPRA1 or DIG1PRA; Co: DIG2601 or DIG221X Pre: ECT1501 or ECT151R & ECTPRA1 or ECT1PRA; Co: ECTPRA2 or ECT2PRA Pre: ECT1501 or ECT151R & ECTPRA1 or ECT1PRA; Co: ECT2601 or ECT261Z Pre: ELE1501 or ELE151R & ELEPRA1 or ELE1PRA; Co: ELEPRA2 or ELE2PRA Pre: ELE1501 or ELE281X & ELEPRA1 or ELE1PRA; Co: ELE2601or ELE281X Pre: 10 study units towards the diploma should be completed. Pre: MAT1581 Pre: PHY1501 & MCA1PRA; Co: MOMPRA2 or MOM2PRA Pre: PHY1501 & MCA1PRA; Co: MOM2601 or MOM251Z Pre: PHY1501 & MCA1PRA Co: SOMPRA2 or SOM2PRA Pre: PHY1501 & MCA1PRA; Co: SOM2601 or SOM251R

Third level
Module
Group A. Compulsory CSY3601 - Control Systems III (Theory) CSYPRA3 EPR201E FMC2601 FMCPRA2 INE2601 INEPRA2 MAT3700 MOM3601 MOMPRA3 - Control Systems III (Practical) Electrical Engineering Practice II Fluid Mechanics II (Theory) Fluid Mechanics II (Practical) Industrial Electronics II (Theory) Industrial Electronics II (Practical) Mathematics III (Engineering) Mechanics of Machines III (Theory) Mechanics of Machines III (Practical)

Pre/Co-requisite
Pre: ECT2601or ECT261Z & ECTPRA2 or ECT2PRA & ELE2601 or ELE281X & ELEPRA2 or ELE2PRA & MAT3700; Co: CSYPRA3 or CSY3PRA Pre: ECT2601or ECT261Z & ECTPRA2 or ECT2PRA & ELE2601or ELE281X & ELEPRA2 or ELE2PRA & MAT3700; Co: CSY3601 or CSY391B Pre: 15 study units towards the diploma should be completed. Pre: PHY1501 & AMC1PRA; Co: FMCPRA2 or FMC2PRA Pre: PHY1501 & AMC1PRA; Co: FMC2601 or FMC301U Pre: ECT1501 or ECT151R & ECTPRA1 or ECT1PRA; Co: INEPRA2 or INE2PRA Pre: ECT1501 or ECT151R & ECTPRA1 or ECT1PRA; Co: INE2601 or INE211E Pre: MAT2691 Pre: MOM2601 or MOM251Z & MOMPRA2 or MOM2PRA; Co: MOMPRA3 or MOM3PRA Pre: MOM2601 or MOM251Z & MOMPRA2 or MOM2PRA; Co: MOM3601 or MOM371A

Fourth level
Module
Group A. Compulsory DIG3601 - Digital Systems III (Theory) DIGPRA3 - Digital Systems III (Practical) DPJ391U - Design Project III EMM2602 - Electrical Machines II (Theory) EMMPRA2 - Electrical Machines II (Practical) PCE3601 - Power Electronics III (Theory) PCEPRA3 - Power Electronics III (Practical)

Pre/Co-requisite
Pre: DIG2601 or DIG331Q & DIGPRA2 or DIG2PRA; Co: DIGPRA3 or DIG3PRA Pre: DIG2601 or DIG221X & DIGPRA2 or DIG2PRA; Co: DIG3601 or DIG331Q Pre: 10 study units on level 1 or level 2 and 2 study units on level 3. Co: EMMPRA2 or EMM2PRA Co: EMM2602 or EMM261R Pre: (INE2601or INE211E & INEPRA2 or INE2PRA) or (ECT2601 or ECT261Z & ECTPRA2 or ECT2PRA); Co: PCEPRA3 or PCE3PRA Pre: (INE2601 or INE211E & INEPRA2 or INE2PRA) or (ECT2601 or ECT261Z & ECTPRA2 or ECT2PRA); Co: PCE3601 or PCE361U

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National Diploma: Engineering: Electrical

Stream Power Engineering Qualification code: NDEEN - PEN NQF Exit level: 6 Total credits: 360 A National Senior Certificate (Diploma endorsement) with at least 50% in the language of teaching and learning and with at least 50% in Admission requirements: Rules:
Mathematics and Physical Science.

Purpose statement:

Compilation of curriculum: The following compulsory modules need to be completed: English for Academic Purposes. End User Computing 1. Ethical Information and Communication Technologies for Development Solutions. Mathematics 1, 2 & 3. Electrical Engineering 1 & 2. Electronics 1 & 2. Digital Systems 1. Design Project 3. Electrical Engineering Practice 1 & 2. 60 of the 360 credits must be from NQF level 6. Students who select Electronic Measurements 3 and Metrology 3 must pass both modules in order for credit to be granted. Students will be competent to apply technical knowledge, engineering principles and problem-solving techniques in the field of Electrical Engineering by operating within the relevant standards and codes in collaboration with other members of the engineering team. A qualified person with sufficient experience will be able to register with the Engineering Council of South Africa (ECSA) as a Professional Technician in this field of Engineering.

First level
Module
Group A. COS1511 DIG1501 DIGPRA1 ECT1501 ECTPRA1 ELE1501 ELEPRA1 ENN103F EUC1501 EUP1501 MAT1581 Introduction to Programming I Digital Systems I (Theory) Digital Systems I (Practical) Electronics I (Theory) Electronics I (Practical) Electrical Engineering I (Theory) Electrical Engineering I (Practical) English for Academic Purposes End-User Computing I (Theory) Ethical Information and Communication Technologies for Development Solutions Mathematics I (Engineering)

Pre/Co-requisite
Co: EUP1501 Co: DIGPRA1 or DIG1PRA Co: DIG1501 or DIG111Z Co: ECTPRA1 or ECT1PRA Co: ECT1501 or ECT151R Co: ELEPRA1 or ELE1PRA Co: ELE1501 or ELE171U

Second level
Module
Group A. DIG2601 DIGPRA2 ECT2601 ECTPRA2 ELE2601 ELEPRA2 EPR101E ICT1512 ICT1513 MAT2691 - Digital Systems II (Theory) - Digital Systems II (Practical) - Electronics II (Theory) - Electronics II (Practical) - Electrical Engineering II (Theory) - Electrical Engineering II (Practical) - Electrical Engineering Practice I - Introduction to Interactive Programming - Introduction to Web Design - Mathematics II (Engineering)

Pre/Co-requisite
Pre: DIG1501 or DIG111Z & DIGPRA1 or DIG1PRA; Co: DIGPRA2 or DIG2PRA Pre: DIG1501 or DIG111Z & DIGPRA1 or DIG1PRA: Co: DIG2601 or DIG221X Pre: ECT1501 or ECT151R & ECTPRA1 or ECT1PRA; Co: ECTPRA2 or ECT2PRA Pre: ECT1501 or ECT151R & ECTPRA1 or ECT1PRA; Co: ECT2601 or ECT261Z Pre: ELE1501 & ELEPRA1 Co: ELEPRA2 Pre: ELE1501 & ELEPRA1 Co: ELE2601 Pre: 10 study units towards the diploma should be completed. Co: ICT1513 Co: EUP1501 Pre: MAT1581

Third level
Module
Group A. CSY3601 CSYPRA3 DIG3601 DIGPRA3 ELD3601 ELDPRA3 ELE3601 ELEPRA3 EMM2602 EMMPRA2 EPR201E INE2601 INEPRA2 MAT3700 - Control Systems III (Theory) - Control Systems III (Practical) - Digital Systems III (Theory) - Digital Systems III (Practical) - Electrical Distribution III (Theory) - Electrical Distribution III (Practical) Electrical Engineering III (Theory) Electrical Engineering III (Practical) Electrical Machines II (Theory) Electrical Machines II (Practical) Electrical Engineering Practice II

Pre/Co-requisite
Pre: ECT2601or ECT261Z & ECTPRA2 or ECT2PRA & ELE2601 or ELE281X & ELEPRA2 or ELE2PRA & MAT3700; Co: CSY3PRA3 or CSY3PRA Pre: ECT2601or ECT261Z & ECTPRA2 or ECT2PRA & ELE2601or ELE281X & ELEPRA2 ELE2PRA & MAT3700; Co: CSY3601 or CSY391B Pre: DIG2601 or DIG331Q & DIGPRA2 or DIG2PRA; Co: DIGPRA3 or DIG3PRA Pre: DIG2601 or DIG221X & DIGPRA2 or DIG2PRA; Co: DIG3601 or DIG331Q Pre: ELE2601 or ELE261Z & ELEPRA2 or ELE2PRA; Co: ELDPRA3 or ELD3PRA Pre: ELE2601or ELE261Z & ELEPRA2 or ELE2PRA; Co: ELD3601or ELD371R Pre: ELE2601 & ELEPRA2 Co: ELE3601 Pre: ELE2601 & ELEPRA2 Co: ELE3601 Co: EMMPRA2 or EMM2PRA Co: EMM2602 or EMM261R Pre: 15 study units towards the diploma should be completed. Pre: ECT1501or ECT151R & ECTPRA1 or ECT1PRA; Co: INEPRA2 or INE2PRA Pre: ECT1501 or ECT151R & ECTPRA1 or ECT1PRA; Co: INE2601 or INE211E Pre: MAT2691

- Industrial Electronics II (Theory) - Industrial Electronics II (Practical) - Mathematics III (Engineering)

Fourth level

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Module

Group A. DPJ391U EKM3601 EKMPRA3 ELM3601 ELMPRA3 EMM3601 EMMPRA3 MTR3601 MTRPRA3 PCE3601 PCEPRA3

Pre/Co-requisite
- Design Project III - Electronic Measurements III (Theory) - Electronic Measurements III (Practical) - Electrical Protection III (Theory) - Electrical Protection III (Practical) - Electrical Machines III (Theory) - Electrical Machines III (Practical) - Metrology III (Theory) - Metrology III (Practical) - Power Electronics III (Theory) - Power Electronics III (Practical) Pre: 10 study units on level 1 or level 2 and 2 study units on level 3. Pre: ECT2601 or ECT261Z & ECTPRA2 or ECT2PRA; Co: MTR3601 or MTR341X & MTRPRA3 or MTR3PRA & EKMPRA3 or EKM3PRA Pre: ECT2601 or ECT261Z & ECTPRA2 or ECT2PRA; Co: MTR3601 or MTR341X & MTRPRA3 or MTR3PRA & EKM3601 or EKM341X Pre: ELE2601 or ELE281X & ELEPRA2 or ELE2PRA; Co: ELMPRA3 or ELM3PRA Pre: ELE2601or ELE281X & ELEPRA2 or ELE2PRA; Co: ELM3601 or ELM381Z Pre: ELE2601or ELE281X & ELEPRA2 or ELEPRA & EMM2602 or EMM261R & EMMPRA2 or EMM2PRA; Co: EMMPRA3 or EMM3PRA Pre: ELE2601 or ELE281X & ELEPRA2 or ELE2PRA & EMM2602 or EMM261R & EMMPRA2 or EMM2PRA; Co: EMM3601or EMM371R Pre: ECT2601 or ECT281X & ECTPRA2 or ECT2PRA; Co: MTRPRA3 or MTR3PRA & EKM3601 or EKM341X & EKMPRA3 or EKM3PRA Pre: ECT2601 or ECT281X & ECTPRA2 or ECT2PRA; Co: MTR3601 or MTR341X & EKM3601or EKM341X & EKMPRA3 or EKM3PRA Pre: (INE2601or INE211E & INEPRA2 or INE2PRA) or (ECT2601 or ECT261Z & ECTPRA2 or ECT2PRA); Co: PCEPRA3 or PCE3PRA Pre: (INE2601 or INE211E & INEPRA2 or INE2PRA) or (ECT2601 or ECT261Z & ECTPRA2 or ECT2PRA); Co: PCE3601 or PCE361U

Group B. Choose 1 of the following groups of modules. BSM1501 - Business Management IA BSM1602 - Business Management IB Group C. EMA2601 - Engineering Management II (Module A) EMA2602 - Engineering Management II (Module B)

Pre: BSM1501

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National Diploma: Engineering: Electrical

Stream Process Instrumentation Qualification code: NDEEN - PIN NQF Exit level: 6 Total credits: 360 A National Senior Certificate (Diploma endorsement) with at least 50% in the language of teaching and learning and with at least 50% in Admission requirements: Rules:
Mathematics and Physical Science.

Purpose statement:

Compilation of curriculum: The following compulsory modules need to be completed: English for Academic Purposes. End User Computing 1. Ethical Information and Communication Technologies for Development Solutions. Mathematics 1, 2 & 3. Electrical Engineering 1 & 2. Electronics 1 & 2. Digital Systems 1. Design Project 3. Electrical Engineering Practice 1 & 2. 60 of the 360 credits must be from NQF level 6. Students who select Electronic Measurements 3 and Metrology 3 must pass both modules in order for credit to be granted. Students will be competent to apply technical knowledge, engineering principles and problem-solving techniques in the field of Electrical Engineering by operating within the relevant standards and codes in collaboration with other members of the engineering team. A qualified person with sufficient experience will be able to register with the Engineering Council of South Africa (ECSA) as a Professional Technician in this field of Engineering.

First level
Module
Group A. COS1511 DIG1501 DIGPRA1 ECT1501 ECTPRA1 ELE1501 ELEPRA1 ENN103F EUC1501 EUP1501 MAT1581 Introduction to Programming I Digital Systems I (Theory) Digital Systems I (Practical) Electronics I (Theory) Electronics I (Practical) Electrical Engineering I (Theory) Electrical Engineering I (Practical) English for Academic Purposes End-User Computing I (Theory) Ethical Information and Communication Technologies for Development Solutions Mathematics I (Engineering)

Pre/Co-requisite
Co: EUP1501 Co: DIGPRA1 or DIG1PRA Co: DIG1501 or DIG111Z Co: ECTPRA1 or ECT1PRA Co: ECT1501 or ECT151R Co: ELEPRA1 or ELE1PRA Co: ELE1501 or ELE171U

Second level
Module
Group A. DIG2601 DIGPRA2 ECT2601 ECTPRA2 ELE2601 ELEPRA2 EPR101E MAT2691 PRI1501 PRIPRA1 PRIPRA2 - Digital Systems II (Theory) - Digital Systems II (Practical) - Electronics II (Theory) - Electronics II (Practical) - Electrical Engineering II (Theory) - Electrical Engineering II (Practical) - Electrical Engineering Practice I Mathematics II (Engineering) Process Instrumentation I (Theory) Process Instrumentation I (Practical) Process Instrumentation II (Practical)

Pre/Co-requisite
Pre: DIG1501 or DIG111Z & DIGPRA1 or DIG1PRA; Co: DIGPRA2 or DIG2PRA Pre: DIG1501 or DIG111Z & DIGPRA1 or DIG1PRA; Co: DIG2601 or DIG221X Pre: ECT1501 or ECT151R & ECTPRA1 or ECT1PRA; Co: ECTPRA2 or ECT2PRA Pre: ECT1501 or ECT151R & ECTPRA1 or ECT1PRA; Co: ECT2601 or ECT261Z Pre: ELE1501 & ELEPRA1 Co: ELEPRA2 Pre: ELE1501 or ELE171U & ELEPRA1 or ELE1PRA; Co: ELE2601 or ELE281X Pre: 10 study units towards the diploma should be completed. Pre: MAT1581 Co: PRIPRA1 Co: PRI1501 Pre: PRS131P & PRIPRA1 Co: PRI2601

Third level
Module
Group A. CSY3601 CSYPRA3 DIG3601 DIGPRA3 EPR201E ICT1512 ICT1513 INE2601 INEPRA2 MAT3700 PRI2601 PRI3601 PRIPRA3 - Control Systems III (Theory) - Control Systems III (Practical) - Digital Systems III (Theory) - Digital Systems III (Practical) - Electrical Engineering Practice II - Introduction to Interactive Programming - Introduction to Web Design - Industrial Electronics II (Theory) - Industrial Electronics II (Practical) - Mathematics III (Engineering) - Process Instrumentation II (Theory) - Process Instrumentation III (Theory) - Process Instrumentation III (Practical)

Pre/Co-requisite
Pre: ECT2601 or ECT261Z & ECTPRA2 or ECT2PRA & ELE2601or ELE281X & ELEPRA2 or ELE2PRA & MAT3700; Co: CSYPRA3 or CSY3PRA Pre: ECT2601or ECT261Z & ECTPRA2 or ECT2PRA & ELE2601or ELE281X & ELEPRA2 or ELE2PRA & MAT3700; Co: CSY3601 or CSY391B Pre: DIG2601 or DIG331Q & DIGPRA2 or DIG2PRA; Co: DIGPRA3 or DIG3PRA Pre: DIG2601 or DIG221X & DIGPRA2 or DIG2PRA; Co: DIG3601 or DIG331Q Pre: 15 study units towards the diploma should be completed. Co: ICT1513 Co: EUP1501 Pre: ECT1501 or ECT151R & ECTPRA1 or ECT1PRA Co: INEPRA2 or INE2PRA Pre: ECT1501 or ECT151R & ECTPRA1 or ECT1PRA; Co: INE2601 or INE211E Pre: MAT2691 Pre: PRI1501 or PRS131P & PRIPRA1 or PRIPRA1; Co: PRIPRA2 or PRS2PRA Pre: PRI2601 or PRS241S & PRIPRA2 or PRS2PRA; Co: PRIPRA3 or PRS3PRA Pre: PRI2601 or PRS241S & PRIPRA2 or PRS2PRA; Co: PRI3601 or PRS341Z

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Fourth level
Module
Group A. DPJ391U EKM3601 EKMPRA3 MTR3601 MTRPRA3 - Design Project III - Electronic Measurements III (Theory) - Electronic Measurements III (Practical) - Metrology III (Theory) - Metrology III (Practical)

Pre/Co-requisite
Pre: 10 study units on level 1 or level 2 and 2 study units on level 3. Pre: ECT2601 or ECT261Z & ECTPRA2 or ECT2PRA; Co: MTR3601 or MTR341X & MTRPRA3 or MTR3PRA & EKMPRA3 or EKM3PRA Pre: ECT2601 or ECT261Z & ECTPRA2 or ECT2PRA; Co: MTR3601 or MTR341X & MTRPRA3 or MTR3PRA & EKM3601or EKM341X Pre: ECT2601 or ECT261Z & ECTPRA2 or ECT2PRA; Co: MTRPRA3 or MTR3PRA & EKM3601 or EKM341X & EKMPRA3 or EKM3PRA Pre: ECT2601 or ECT261Z & ECTPRA2 or ECT2PRA; Co: MTR3601or MTR341X & EKM3601 or EKM341X & EKMPRA3 or EKM3PRA

Group B. Choose 1 of the following groups of modules BSM1501 - Business Management IA BSM1602 - Business Management IB Group C. EMA2601 - Engineering Management II (Module A) EMA2602 - Engineering Management II (Module B)

Pre: BSM1501

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National Diploma: Engineering: Industrial


Qualification code: NDEID Admission requirements: Purpose statement:

A National Senior Certificate (Diploma endorsement) with at least 50% in the language of teaching and learning and with at least 50% in Mathematics and Physical Science.

NQF Exit level: 6

Total credits: 360

The Industrial Engineering technician is involved in the investigation, improvement, design and implementation of integrated systems, comprising the optimisation of capital, plant, manpower and raw materials. The principles and techniques of engineering, industrial economics and management are utilised to design the systems to obtain the desired physical and economical results.

First level
Module
Group A. Compulsory ENN103F - English for Academic Purposes EUC1501 - End-User Computing I (Theory) EUP1501 - Ethical Information and Communication Technologies for Development Solutions MAT1581 - Mathematics I (Engineering) MCA1PRA - Mechanics I (Practical) MED161Q - Mechanical Engineering Drawing I MME1501 - Mechanical Manufacturing Engineering I (Theory) MMEPRA1 - Mechanical Manufacturing Engineering I (Practical) PHY1501 - Elementary Mechanics

Pre/Co-requisite

Co: PHY1501 Co: MMEPRA1 or MME1PRA Co: MME1501 or MME141X Co: MCA1PRA

Second level
Module
Group A. Compulsory ELE1501 - Electrical Engineering I (Theory) ELEPRA1 - Electrical Engineering I (Practical) EWS121Q - Engineering Work Study I MME2601 - Mechanical Manufacturing Engineering II (Theory) MMEPRA2 PEI191V QUT151Z SOM2601 SOMPRA2 - Mechanical Manufacturing Engineering II (Practical) - Production Engineering: Industrial I - Qualitative Techniques I - Strength of Materials II (Theory) - Strength of Materials II (Practical)

Pre/Co-requisite
Co: ELEPRA1 or ELE1PRA Co: ELE1501 or ELE171U Pre: MME1501 or MME141X; Co: MMEPRA1or MME1PRA Pre: MME1501 or MME141X; Co: MMEPRA1 or MME1PRA & MME2601 or MME251U

Pre: PHY1501 & AMC1PRA; Co: SOMPRA2 or SOM2PRA Pre: PHY1501 & AMC1PRA; Co: SOM2601 or SOM251R

Third level
Module
Group A. Compulsory CTA2M2A - Cost Accounting II: Module II EWS271L - Engineering Work Study II FLM271S - Facility Layout and Materials Handling HRM2605 - Human Resource Management for Line Managers MAC1501 - Introduction to Management Accounting MME3601 - Mechanical Manufacturing Engineering III PEI281S QAS221U - Production Engineering: Industrial II - Quality Assurance II

Pre/Co-requisite
Pre: MAC1501 Pre: EWS121Q

Pre: MAT1581 Pre: MME2601 or MME251U & MMEPRA2 or MME2PRA Pre: PEI191V Pre: QUT151Z

Fourth level
Module
Group A. Compulsory ATO331Q - Automation III EWS381G FMA401V IDP101E IDP201E MGP437U OPR371S - Engineering Work Study III - Financial Management IV - Industrial Engineering Practice I - Industrial Engineering Practice II - Management Practice IV - Operational Research III

Pre/Co-requisite
Pre: MME2601 or MME251U & MMEPRA2 or MME2PRA Pre: EWS271L & FLM271S & CTA101A & CTA2M2A Pre: CTA101A & CTA2M2A Pre: 10 study units towards the diploma should be completed Pre: 10 study units towards the diploma must be completed. Pre: PEI281S & QUT151Z

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National Diploma: Engineering: Mechanical


Qualification code: NDEMC Admission requirements: Rules:

A National Senior Certificate (Diploma endorsement) with at least 50% in the language of teaching and learning and with at least 50% in Mathematics and Physical Science.

NQF Exit level: 6

Total credits: 360

Purpose statement:

Students must have access to a computer, printer and the necessary software for two hours per week. Also see the requirements for IT related study units. For Computer Aided Drafting I (CAD161S), students must have access to the following: Pentium 486DX (or higher) with at least 16 MB RAM, connected to printer MS Windows operating system, with AutoCAD program (Version 13 or Student Version 13). Students that have successfully completed MCP101E may apply to be exempted from MME1PRA and MME2PRA. To align the new Diploma to the Higher Education Qualifications Framework (HEQF) and the Engineering Council of South Africa (ECSA) documents, the curricula for Mechanical Engineering has been restructured as indicated above. A career in Mechanical Engineering will expose you to machines, vehicles, ships or aircraft. As part of a mechanical engineering team you will become involved in design, development and manufacture of a wide variety of components and systems. You will also be exposed to and eventually be responsible for organising the running of industrial installations and/or process plants. A qualified person with sufficient experience will be able to register with the Engineering Council of South Africa (ECSA) as a Professional Technician in this field of Engineering.

First level
Module
Group A. Compulsory BSM1501 - Business Management IA ELE1501 - Electrical Engineering I (Theory) ELEPRA1 - Electrical Engineering I (Practical) ENN103F - English for Academic Purposes EUC1501 - End-User Computing I (Theory) EUP1501 - Ethical Information and Communication Technologies for Development Solutions MAT1581 - Mathematics I (Engineering) MCA1PRA - Mechanics I (Practical) MED161Q - Mechanical Engineering Drawing I MME1501 - Mechanical Manufacturing Engineering I (Theory) MMEPRA1 - Mechanical Manufacturing Engineering I (Practical) PHY1501 - Elementary Mechanics

Pre/Co-requisite
Co: ELEPRA1 or ELE1PRA Co: ELE1501 or ELE171U

Co: PHY1501 Co: MMEPRA1 or MME1PRA Co: MME1501 or MME141X Co: MCA1PRA

Second level
Module
Group A. Compulsory ELE2601 - Electrical Engineering II (Theory) ELEPRA2 FMC2601 FMCPRA2 MAT2691 MEE231V MEG101T MOM2601 MOMPRA2 SOM2601 SOMPRA2 THD2601 THDPRA2 - Electrical Engineering II (Practical) Fluid Mechanics II (Theory) Fluid Mechanics II (Practical) Mathematics II (Engineering) Mechanical Engineering Design II Maintenance Engineering I Mechanics of Machines II (Theory)

Pre/Co-requisite
Pre: ELE1501 or ELE171U; Co: ELEPRA1 or ELE1PRA Pre: ELE1501 or ELE171U; Co: ELEPRA1or ELE1PRA Pre: PHY1501; Co: MCA1PRA Pre: PHY1501 Co: MCA1PRA Pre: MAT1581 Pre: MED161Q Pre: MAT1581 Pre: PHY1501 Co: MCA1PRA & MOMPRA2 or MOM2PRA Pre: PHY1501 Co: MCA1PRA & MOM2601 or MOM251Z Pre: PHY1501 Co: MCA1PRA & SOMPRA2 or SOM2PRA Pre: PHY1501 Co: MCA1PRA & SOM2601 or SOM251R Pre: PHY1501 Co: MCA1PRA Pre: PHY1501 Co: MCA1PRA

- Mechanics of Machines II (Practical) - Strength of Materials II (Theory) - Strength of Materials II (Practical) - Thermodynamics II (Theory) - Thermodynamics II (Practical)

Third level
Module
Group A. Compulsory CAD161S - Computer Aided Draughting I EMA2601 - Engineering Management II (Module A) EMA2602 - Engineering Management II (Module B) MCP101E - Mechanical Engineering Practice I MEA351A MME2601 MMEPRA2 - Mechanical Engineering Design III - Mechanical Manufacturing Engineering II (Theory) - Mechanical Manufacturing Engineering II (Practical)

Pre/Co-requisite
Co: MED161Q

Group B. Choose any 3 from the following groups of modules FMA3601 - Fluid Mechanics III (Theory) FMAPRA3 Group C. MOM3601 MOMPRA3 - Fluid Mechanics III (Practical) - Mechanics of Machines III (Theory) - Mechanics of Machines III (Practical)

Pre: 10 study units towards the diploma should be completed Pre: MEE231V Pre: MME1501 or MME141X; Co: MMEPRA1 or MME1PRA Pre: MME1501 or MME141X; Co: MMEPRA1 or MME1PRA Pre: FMC2601 or FMA301A; Co: FMCPRA2 or FMA2PRA Pre: FMC2601 or FMA301A; Co: FMCPRA2 or FMA2PRA Pre: MOM2601 or MOM251Z; Co: MOMPRA2 or MOM2PRA Pre: MOM2601 or MOM251Z; Co: MOMPRA2 or MOM2PRA

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Group D. SOM3601 SOMPRA3 Group E. THD3601 THDPRA3

- Strength of Materials III (Theory) - Strength of Materials III (Practical) - Thermodynamics III (Theory) - Thermodynamics III (Practical)

Pre: SOM2601 or SOM251R; Co: SOMPRA2 or SOM2PRA Pre: SOM2601 or SOM251R; Co: SOMPRA2 or SOM2PRA Pre: THD2601 or THD291Z; Co: THDPRA2 or THD2PRA Pre: THD2601 or THD291Z; Co: THDPRA2 or THD2PRA

Fourth level
Module
Group A. Compulsory MCP201E - Mechanical Engineering Practice II Group B. Choose any 2 from the following groups FMA3602 - Hydraulic Machines III (Theory) FMAPRB3 Group C. MOM3602 MOMPRB3 Group D. SOM3602 SOMPRB3 Group E. THD3602 - Hydraulic Machines III (Practical) - Theory of Machines III (Theory) - Theory of Machines III (Practical) - Applied Strength of Materials III (Theory) - Applied Strength of Materials III (Practical) - Steam Plant III (Theory)

Pre/Co-requisite
Pre: 10 study units towards the diploma should be completed Pre: FMA3601 or FMA301A; Co: FMAPRB3 or FMA3PRB Pre: FMA3601 or FMA301A Pre: MOM3601 or MOM371A; Co: MOMPRB3 or MOM3PRB Pre: MOM3601or MOM371A Pre: SOM3601 or SOM381A; Co: SOMPRB3 or SOM3PRB Pre: SOM3601 or SOM381A Pre: THD3601 or THD311A; Co: THDPRB3 or THD3PRB Pre: THD3601 or THD311A Pre: ELE2601 OR ELE281X; Co: ELEPRA2 or ELE2PRA Pre: ELE2601 or ELE281X; Co: ELEPRA2 or ELE2PRA Pre: MAT2691 Pre: MEA351A Pre: MEG101T

THDPRB3 - Steam Plant III (Practical) Group F. Choose any 1 from the following. Note: Theory and practical modules count as 1 subject. ELE3601 - Electrical Engineering III (Theory) ELEPRA3 MAT3700 MEA361B MEG291X - Electrical Engineering III (Practical) - Mathematics III (Engineering) - Machine Design III - Maintenance Engineering II

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National Diploma: Engineering: Chemical


Qualification code: NDENG Admission requirements: Rules:

A National Senior Certificate (Diploma endorsement) with at least 50% in the language of teaching and learning and with at least 50% in Mathematics and Physical Science.

NQF Exit level: 6

Total credits: 360

Purpose statement:

The practical component of these study units is compulsory. Registration for the practical component is done at Unisa. The practical component must be done at other institutions offering the same courses, such as the Vaal University of Technology, Durban University of Technology and the Cape Peninsula University of Technology. If the student decides to do the practical component at these institutions, then Unisa will make the necessary arrangements and pay the costs involved. Both the theoretical and the practical component of the subject must be passed before credit for the subject can be obtained. The practical component must be done simultaneously or after the theoretical component. Modules can be completed concurrently or in different years. Access to a personal computer is compulsory for the practical. All study materials and examination papers (except Mathematics III) are available only in English Chemical engineering is concerned with the manufacturing of chemicals on an industrial scale as well as the industrial processes that convert raw materials into products that have a higher economic value, in particular manufacturing environment, there is usually a chemical design team. This team is usually led by a degreed Chemical Engineer, usually assisted by a Chemical Engineering Technologist or a Chemical Engineering Technician. They all obtain their qualifications from a university of technology or a university. The technologist has obtained a BTech degree and the technician a National Diploma. The team is qualified to research, develop, design, construct and operate the plants required to make any processed product. A qualified person with sufficient experience will be able to register with the Engineering Council of South Africa as a Professional Technician in this field of Engineering.

First level
Module
Group A. Compulsory CHE181T - Chemistry I (Theory) CHE1PRA - Chemistry I (Practical) DCE1501 - Drawing: Chemical Engineering I ENN103F - English for Academic Purposes EUC1501 - End-User Computing I (Theory) EUP1501 - Ethical Information and Communication Technologies for Development Solutions FIC181C - Physics I (Theory) FIC1PRA - Physics I (Practical) MAT1581 - Mathematics I (Engineering)

Pre/Co-requisite
Co: CHE1PRA Co: CHE181T

Co: FIC1PRA Co: FIC181C

Second level
Module
Group A. Compulsory CEM2601 - Chemical Engineering Technology II CEMPRA2 - Chemical Engineering Technology II (Practical) CPI2601 - Chemical Process Industries II ENP291Q - Engineering Physics II (Theory) ENP2PRA - Engineering Physics II (Practical) INC251U - Inorganic Chemistry II (Theory) INC2PRA - Inorganic Chemistry II (Practical) MAT2691 - Mathematics II (Engineering) ORC221F - Organic Chemistry II (Theory) ORC2PRA - Organic Chemistry II (Practical) PCH241P - Physical Chemistry II (Theory) PCH2PRA - Physical Chemistry II (Practical)

Pre/Co-requisite
Pre: CHE181T; Co: CEMPRA2 or CEM2PRA Pre: CHE181T Co: CEM2601 or CEM211F Pre: CHE181T Pre: FIC181C; Co: ENP2PRA Pre: FIC181C; Co: ENP291Q Pre: CHE181T; Co: INC2PRA Pre: CHE181T & CHE1PRA; Co: INC251U Pre: MAT1581 Pre: CHE181T; Co: ORC2PRA Pre: CHE1PRA; Pre: CHE181T; Co: PCH2PRA Pre: CHE1PRA

Third level
Module
Group A. Compulsory CEM311A - Chemical Engineering Technology III (Module A) CEMPRA3 CEP101E CHP3601 EMA2601 PCT3601 TDC3601 Chemical Engineering Technology III (Module A) (Practical) Chemical Engineering Practice I Chemical Plant III (Module A) Engineering Management II (Module A) Process Control III Thermodynamics

Pre/Co-requisite
Pre: CEM2601 or CEM211F; Co: CEMPRA3 or CEM3PRA Pre: CEM2601 or CEM211F: Co: CEM311A Pre: 10 study units from the first and second levels Pre: CHE181T Pre: MAT2691 Pre: PCH241P

Fourth level
Module
Group A. Compulsory CEM321B - Chemical Engineering Technology III (Module B) CEMPRB3 - Chemical Engineering Technology III Module B (Practical) CEP201E - Chemical Engineering Practice II CHP3602 CPD3601 EMA2602 TDA3601 Chemical Plant III (Module B) Chemical Process Design: Principles III Engineering Management II (Module B) Thermodynamics

Pre/Co-requisite
Pre: CEM311A; Co: CEM3PRB or CEM3PRB PRE: CEM311A; Co: CEM321B Pre: EMA2M1E or EMA2601 & CEM311A & CEM3PRA or CEMPRA3 & CHP311A or CHP2601 & PCT381H or PCT3601 & TDC341P or TDC3601 Co: CEM311A Co: CEM311A Pre: PCH241P & PCH2PRA

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National Diploma: Information Technology

Qualification code: NDINL NQF Exit level: 6 Qualification offered until 2016, and ONLY for students previously registered for this qualification. NSC (Diploma) or Senior Certificate Admission requirements:

Total credits: 360

First level
Module
Group A. Compulsory BSM1501 - Business Management IA ENN1504 - Practising Workplace English EUP1501 - Ethical Information and Communication Technologies for Development Solutions ICT1511 - Introduction to Programming ICT1512 - Introduction to Interactive Programming ICT1513 - Introduction to Web Design ICT1521 - Introduction to Databases ICT1531 - Workstation Technical Skills ICT1532 - Network Technical Skills ICT1541 - Business Informatics I

Pre/Co-requisite

Co: ICT1513 Co: EUP1501 or CEM101A Co: EUP1501 or CEM101A Co: ICT1531

Second level
Module
Group A. Compulsory FAC1501 - Introductory Financial Accounting ICT2611 - Graphical User Interface Programming ICT2612 - Interactive Programming ICT2613 - Internet Programming ICT2621 - Structured Systems Analysis and Design ICT2622 - Object-Oriented Analysis ICT2631 - Operating Systems Practice ICT2632 - Digital Logic ICT2641 - Business Informatics IIA ICT2642 - Business Informatics IIB

Pre/Co-requisite
Pre: COS1511 & ICT1513 Pre: COS1511 & ICT1512 & ICT1513 Pre: COS1511 & ICT1512 & ICT1513 Pre: ICT1541 & ICT1521 Pre: ICT1541& ICT1521; Co: ICT2621 Pre: ICT1531 & ICT1532 Pre: ICT1531 & ICT1532 Pre: ICT1541; Co: FAC1501 Pre: ICT1541; Co: FAC1501 & ICT2641

Third level
Module
Group A. Compulsory ICT3611 - Advanced Graphical User Interface Programming ICT3612 - Advanced Internet Programming ICT3621 - Database Design ICT3631 - Advanced Operating System Practice ICT3641 - Business Informatics IIIA ICT3642 - Business Informatics IIIB ICT3713 - Information and Communication Technology Project Proposal ICT3714 ICT3722 INF3708 - Information and Communication Technology Project Implementation - Database Practice - Software Project Management

Pre/Co-requisite
Pre: ICT2611 Pre: ICT2612 & ICT2613 Pre: ICT2621 & ICT2622; Co: ICT3722 Pre: ICT2631 Pre: ICT2641 & ICT2642 Pre: ICT2641 & ICT2642; Co: ICT3641 Pre: ICT2621 & ICT2622 & ICT2641 & ICT2642; Co: ICT3722 & ICT3621 & INF3708 Pre: ICT2611& ICT2612 & ICT2613 & ICT2621 & ICT2622 & ICT2631 & ICT3713; Co: ICT3611 & ICT3722 & ICT3621 & INF3708 Pre: ICT2621 & ICT2622; Co: ICT3621

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National Diploma: Mining Engineering


Qualification code: NDMIN Admission requirements: Purpose statement:

A National Senior Certificate (Diploma endorsement) with at least 50% in the language of teaching and learning and with at least 50% in Mathematics and Physical Science.

NQF Exit level: 6

Total credits: 360

To produce competent mining engineers whose responsibilities would include the selection and managing of the optimal mining process applicable to the relevant mineral deposit to be mined. A qualified person with sufficient experience will be able to register with the Engineering Council of South Africa (ECSA) as a Professional Technician in this field of Engineering.

First level
Module
Group A. Compulsory ENN103F - English for Academic Purposes EUC1501 - End-User Computing I (Theory) EUP1501 - Ethical Information and Communication Technologies for Development Solutions MAT1581 - Mathematics I (Engineering) MEP171X - Mineral Exploitation I SMI181Q - Science: Mining I STA1510 - Basic Statistics

Pre/Co-requisite

Second level
Module
Group A. Compulsory CAD161S - Computer Aided Draughting I ENV301E - Environmental Management III EWS121Q - Engineering Work Study I FAC1501 - Introductory Financial Accounting MAT2691 - Mathematics II (Engineering) MED161Q - Mechanical Engineering Drawing I MPR101E - Mining Engineering Practice I MPR201E - Mining Engineering Practice II

Pre/Co-requisite

Pre: MAT1581 Pre: Students must be employed at a mine or have completed 10 study units towards the diploma.

Third level
Module
Group A. Compulsory EMA2601 - Engineering Management II (Module A) EMA2602 - Engineering Management II (Module B) MBE2601 - Mineral Beneficiation II MEN2601 - Mine Engineering II MIN2601 - Mining II SAV2601 - Mine Survey and Valuation II

Pre/Co-requisite

Pre: MEP171X Pre: SMI181Q Pre: MEP171X Pre: MEP171X

Fourth level
Module
Group A. Compulsory EMA3601 - Engineering Management III MIE3601 MIN3601 MTS351X SAV3601 Mine Engineering III Mining III Mining Technical Services III Mine Survey and Valuation III

Pre/Co-requisite
Pre: EMA2601 or EMA2M1E & EMA2602 or EMA2M2E Pre: MEN2601 or MEN251W Pre: MIN2601 or MIN201E Pre: SAV2601 or SAV231Y

69

National Diploma: Mine Surveying


Qualification code: NDMSR Admission requirements: Purpose statement:

A National Senior Certificate (Diploma endorsement) with at least 50% in the language of teaching and learning and with at least 50% in Mathematics and Physical Science.

NQF Exit level: 6

Total credits: 360

To produce competent mine surveyors whose responsibilities (simplified) would include taking measurements upon and under the surface of the earth either in a horizontal or vertical plane and showing the results in the form of a map or plan applicable to the relevant mineral deposit to be mined.

First level
Module
Group A. Compulsory ENN103F - English for Academic Purposes MAT1581 - Mathematics I (Engineering) MEP171X - Mineral Exploitation I MSP101R - Mine Survey Practice I SMI181Q STA1510 - Science: Mining I - Basic Statistics

Pre/Co-requisite

Pre: Students must be employed at a mine or have completed 10 study units towards the diploma.

Second level
Module
Group A. Compulsory EMA2601 - Engineering Management II (Module A) EMA2602 - Engineering Management II (Module B) EUC1501 - End-User Computing I (Theory) EUP1501 - Ethical Information and Communication Technologies for Development Solutions MAT2691 - Mathematics II (Engineering) MGY2601 - Mining Geology II MSG211Q - Mine Survey II MSP242S - Mine Survey Practice II MVA231Q - Mine Valuation II

Pre/Co-requisite

Pre: MAT1581 Pre: MEP171X Pre: MEP171X Pre: Student must be employed in a mine Pre: MEP171X

Third level
Module
Group A. Compulsory EMA3601 - Engineering Management III MSG3601 MSP352T MVA3601 STG381S Mine Survey III Mine Survey Practice III Mine Valuation III Structural Geology III

Pre/Co-requisite
Pre: EMA2601 or EMA2M1E & EMA2602 or EMA2M2E Pre: MSG211Q Pre: Student must be employed in a mine Pre: MVA231Q & STA1510 Pre: MGY291S

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National Diploma: Pulp and Paper Technology


Qualification code: NDPPT Admission requirements: Rules:

A National Senior Certificate (Diploma endorsement) with at least 50% in the language of teaching and learning and with at least 50% in Mathematics and Physical Science.

NQF Exit level: 6

Total credits: 360

Purpose statement:

The practical component of these study units is compulsory. Registration for the practical component is done at Unisa. The practical component must be done at other institutions offering the same courses, such as Vaal University of Technology, Durban University of Technology and the Cape Peninsula University of Technology. If the student decides to do the practical component at these institutions, Unisa will make the necessary arrangements and pay the costs involved. Both the theoretical and the practical component of the subject must be passed before credit for the subject can be obtained. The practical component must be done simultaneously or after the theoretical component. To apply integrated technical knowledge/skills and advanced analysis and problem solving to a particular specialised research area in Chemical Engineering.

First level
Module
Group A. Compulsory CHE181T - Chemistry I (Theory) CHE1PRA - Chemistry I (Practical) ENN103F - English for Academic Purposes EUC1501 - End-User Computing I (Theory) EUP1501 - Ethical Information and Communication Technologies for Development Solutions FIC181C - Physics I (Theory) FIC1PRA - Physics I (Practical) IPM101P - Introduction to Pulp and Paper Making I MAT1581 - Mathematics I (Engineering)

Pre/Co-requisite
Co: CHE1PRA Co: CHE181T

Co: FIC1PRA Co: FIC181C

Second level
Module
Group A. Compulsory CEM2601 - Chemical Engineering Technology II CEMPRA2 - Chemical Engineering Technology II (Practical) ENP291Q - Engineering Physics II (Theory) ENP2PRA - Engineering Physics II (Practical) PCH241P - Physical Chemistry II (Theory) PCH2PRA - Physical Chemistry II (Practical) PCY2601 - Pulp and Paper Chemistry II PTL101P - Pulp and Paper Technology I PUP1501 - Pulp and Paper Practice I QUT151Z - Qualitative Techniques I

Pre/Co-requisite
Pre: CHE181T Co: CEMPRA2 or CEM2PRA Pre: CHE181T; Co: CEM2601 or CEM211F Pre: FIC181C; Co: ENP2PRA Pre: FIC181C; Co: ENP291Q Pre: CHE181T; Co: PCH2PRA Pre: CHE181T; Co: PCH241P Pre: CHE181T & CHE1PRA

Third level
Module
Group A. Compulsory CEM311A - Chemical Engineering Technology III (Module A) CEMPRA3 EMA2601 PTL2601 PUP2601 Chemical Engineering Technology III (Module A) (Practical) Engineering Management II (Module A) Pulp and Paper Technology II Pulp and Paper Practice II

Pre/Co-requisite
Pre: CEM2601 or CEM211F; Co: CEMPRA3 or CEM3PRA Pre: CEM2601 or CEM211F; Co: CEM311A Pre: PTL101P Pre: 10 study units completed towards the diploma

Fourth level
Module
Group A. Compulsory CEM321B - Chemical Engineering Technology III (Module B) CEMPRB3 - Chemical Engineering Technology III Module B (Practical) CHP3601 - Chemical Plant III (Module A) CHP3602 - Chemical Plant III (Module B) EMA2602 - Engineering Management II (Module B) PCY3601 - Pulp and Paper Chemistry III PTL3601 - Pulp and Paper Technology III PUP3601 - Pulp and Paper Practice III

Pre/Co-requisite
Co: CEM311A & CEMPRB3 or CEM3PRB Co: CEM311A & CEM321B Pre: CHE181T Co: CEM311A Pre: PCY2601 or PCY201P Pre: PTL2601 or PTL201P Pre: PUP1501 or PUP101P

71

National Diploma: Surface Mining

Qualification code: NDSMI NQF Exit level: 6 Total credits: 360 Qualification offered until 2015, and ONLY for students previously registered for this qualification. NSC (Diploma) with Mathematics, English, Physical Science & (Engineering and Technology or a Computer subject) passed with a rating of 4 Admission requirements:
OR Senior Certificate with at least E(40%) for Higher Grade Mathematics, English &Physical Science or at least D(50%) for Standard Grade Mathematics, English & Physical Science OR an N3 or N4 Certificate with Mathematics, English, Industrial Chemistry & Engineering Science passed with at least 50%.

Rules:

Purpose statement:

No new students will be allowed to register for the NDip Surface Mining. In future, the NDip Surface Mining and Mining Engineering will be replaced by a BEng Tech in Mining Engineering which is aligned with the Higher Education Qualifications Framework. Pay close attention to the phasing-out dates of the different modules and plan your studies accordingly. Modules to be discontinued/phasing out schedule code description (last year/semester of offering): SMR121Q - Surface Mining Practice I (2013); SSV201S - Surface Surveying and Valuation II (1st semester 2013 - last supplementary examination, Oct/Nov 2013); MSU201S - Mining Surfance II (1st semester 2013 - last supplementary eamination, Oct/Nof 2013); SMR230P - Surface Mining Practice II (2014); SSV301S - Surface Surveying and Valuation III (2015 - last supplementary examination, Jan/Feb 2016); MSU301S - Mining: Surface III (2015 - last supplementary examination, Jan/Feb 2016); SME301S - Surface Mining Equipment III (2015 - last supplementary examination, Jan/Feb 2016); SMR351Y - Surface Mining Practice III (2015 - last supplementary examination, Jan/Feb 2016); all Part III modules (2015). To produce competent mining engineers whose responsibilities would include the selection and managing of the optimal mining process applicable to the relevant mineral deposit to be mined.

First level
Module
Group A. Compulsory ENN103F - English for Academic Purposes MAT1581 - Mathematics I (Engineering) MEP171X - Mineral Exploitation I SMI181Q - Science: Mining I SMR121Q - Surface Mining Practice I STA1510 - Basic Statistics

Pre/Co-requisite

Second level
Module
Group A. Compulsory EMA2601 - Engineering Management II (Module A) EMA2602 - Engineering Management II (Module B) EUC1501 - End-User Computing I (Theory) EUP1501 - Ethical Information and Communication Technologies for Development Solutions FAC1501 - Introductory Financial Accounting MEN2601 - Mine Engineering II MSU2601 - Mining: Surface II SMR230P - Surface Mining Practice II SSV2601 - Surface Surveying and Valuation II

Pre/Co-requisite

Pre: SMI181Q Pre: MEP171X Pre: MEP171X

Third level
Module
Group A. Compulsory EMA3601 - Engineering Management III MSU3601 - Mining: Surface III SME3601 - Surface Mining Equipment III SMR351Y - Surface Mining Practice III SSV3601 - Surface Surveying and Valuation III

Pre/Co-requisite
Pre: EMA2601or EMA2M1E & EMA2602 or EMA2M2E Pre: MSU2601 or MSU201S

Pre: SSV2601 or SSV201S

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BACCALAUREUS TECHNOLOGIAE DEGREES


Baccalaureus Technologiae: Engineering: Chemical (Environmental)
Qualification code: BTECE Admission requirements: NQF Exit level: 7
National Diploma: Engineering (S4) in the relevant discipline OR National Higher Diploma in Chemical Engineering (T4), PLUS the following bridging subjects: Process Control III (PCT381H), which is the prerequisite for PCT401C; National Diploma: Chemical Engineering (T3 diploma: 3 semesters UoT training plus 3 semesters' in-service training) PLUS the following 4 bridging units: Process Control III (PCT381H); Chemical Engineering Technology III (Module B) (CEM321B and CEM3PRB); Thermodynamics: Chemical Engineering III (TDC341P); Chemical Process Design: Principles III (CPD371S); Foreign Chemical Engineering qualifications are considered but subject to SAQA evaluation and departmental approval.

Total credits: 120

Rules:

Purpose statement:

Important: A student may only register for the BTech: Engineering: Chemical (Environmental) if he or she : a) can identify and complete a research project for CEE4701 (CEE401C), b) the project (CEE401C/CEE4701) must be related to water treatment or solid waste treatment or air quality control, c) has access to a computer simulation design programme/package for CPD4702 (CPD4M2C), such as ASPEN, CHEMCAD, PROII, etc. and d) can provide a mentor for each of the above study units respectively. It is the responsibility of the student to find it elsewhere. Chemical engineering is concerned with the manufacturing of chemicals on an industrial scale as well as with the industrial processes that convert raw materials into products that have higher economic value. In a particular manufacturing environment, there is usually a chemical engineering team. This team is usually led by a degreed Chemical Engineer, usually assisted by a Chemical Engineering Technologist or a Chemical Engineering Technician. They all obtain their qualifications from a university of technology or a university. The technologist has obtained a BTech degree and the technician a National Diploma. The team is qualified to research, develop, design, construct and operate the plants required to make any processed product. A qualified person with sufficient experience will be able to register with the Engineering Council of South Africa (ECSA) as a Professional Technologist in this field of Engineering. Pre/Co-requisite
Co: (AQC4701 or AQC401C) or (SWT4701 or SWT401C) or (WTC4701 or WTC401C)

Module

Compulsory. AQC4701 - Air Quality Control (Chemical) IV CEE4701 - Chemical Environmental Engineering IV (Project) CEM4702 CEM4703 CPD4701 CPD4702 EMC401C RTE4701 SWT4701 WTC4701 Chemical Engineerng Technology IV: Heat and Mass (Module B) Chemical Engineering Technology IV: Unit Operations (Module C) Chemical Process Design IV: Equipment Design (Module A) Chemical Process Design IV: Plant Design (Module B) Environmental Management for Chemical Engineering IV Reactor Technology IV Solid Waste Treatment (Chemical) IV Water Treatment (Chemical) IV

Co: CEM4703 or CEM4M3C Co: CPD4701 or CPD441C & CEM4703 or CEM4M3C

Baccalaureus Technologiae: Engineering: Civil

Stream Construction Management Qualification code: BTECV - COM NQF Exit level: 7 Total credits: 120 National Diploma: Engineering (S4) in the relevant discipline or equivalent qualification OR National Higher Diploma in Civil Engineering (T4) Admission requirements:
OR Foreign Civil Engineering qualifications are considered but subject to SAQA evaluation and departmental approval. Students with a National Diploma (T3) in Civil Engineering must do bridging study units: (i) Documentation III. Choose 3 of the following 4 study units: (ii) Structural Analysis III; (iii)Transportation Engineering III; (iv) Water Engineering III; (iv) Geotechnical Engineering III.

Rules: Purpose statement:

A total of eight study units must be taken. Only five study units (ie four compulsory and one elective) must be taken from the BTECV-COM option. and, the remaining three study units may be selected from any other BTECV options, except BTECVENV. Note: Construction Material Technology IV should not be taken in combination with Concrete Technology IV. To train civil engineering technologists for specialization in particular field of Civil Engineering, e.g. Water, Construction Management, Urban Planning, Environmental and Structural. A qualified person with sufficient experience will be able to register with the Engineering Council of South Africa (ECSA) as a professional Technologist in the field of Civil Engineering. Pre/Co-requisite
Co: CMC4702 or CMC4PJT Co: CMC4701or CMC401C

Module

Group A. Compulsory CMC4701 - Contract Management: Civil IV CMC4702 - Contract Management: Civil IV (Project) MGP437U - Management Practice IV PMN501B - Project Management V Group B. Note: CLA1501 & CLA1502 count as 1 subject. CLA1501 - Commercial Law IA CLA1502 - Commercial Law IB FMA401V - Financial Management IV LRL241P - Labour Relations and Law II

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Baccalaureus Technologiae: Engineering: Civil

Stream Environmental Engineering Qualification code: BTECV - ENV NQF Exit level: 7 Total credits: 120 National Diploma: Engineering (S4) in the relevant discipline or equivalent qualification OR National Higher Diploma in Civil Engineering (T4) Admission requirements:
OR Foreign Civil Engineering qualifications are considered but subject to SAQA evaluation and departmental approval. Students with a National Diploma (T3) in Civil Engineering must do bridging study units: (i) Documentation III. Choose 3 of the following 4 study units: (ii) Structural Analysis III; (iii)Transportation Engineering III; (iv) Water Engineering III; (iv) Geotechnical Engineering III.

Rules: Purpose statement:

A total of eight study units must be taken. All the study units for BTECV-ENV are compulsory. To train civil engineering technologists for specialization in particular field of Civil Engineering, e.g. Water, Construction Management, Urban Planning, Environmental and Structural. A qualified person with sufficient experience will be able to register with the Engineering Council of South Africa (ECSA) as a professional Technologist in the field of Civil Engineering. Pre/Co-requisite
Co: EEN4702 or EEN4M2C & EEN4703 or EEN4PJT & EEN4704 or EEN4PJB Co: EEN4701 or EEN4M1C & EEN4703 or EEN4PJT & EEN4704 or EEN4PJB Co: EEN4701or EEN4M1C & EEN4702 or EEN4PJB & EEN4704 or EEN4PJB Co: EEN4701 or EEN4M1C & EEN4702 or EEN4M2C & EEN4703 or EEN4PJA Co: EGE4PJT Co: EGE401C Co: SNS4702 or SNS4M2C & SNS4PJA & SNS4703 or SNS4PJB Co: SNS4701 or SNS4M1C & SNS4703 or SNS4PJB & SNS4PJA Co: SNS4701 or SNS4M1C & SNS4702 or SNS4M2C & SNS4PJA Co: SNS4701 or SNS4M1C & SNS4702 or SNS4M2C & SNS4703 or SNS4PJB Co: SWM4702 or SWM4PJT Co: SWM4701 or SWM401C Co: WTT4702 or WTT4PJT Co: WTT4701 or WTT401C Co: WWT4702 or WTT4PJT Co: WWT4701 or WWT401C

Module

Group A. Compulsory EEN4701 - Environmental Engineering: Civil IV (Module A) EEN4702 EEN4703 EEN4704 EGE401C EGE4PJT SNS4701 SNS4702 SNS4703 SNS4PJA SWM4701 SWM4702 WTT4701 WTT4702 WWT4701 WWT4702 - Environmental Engineering: Civil IV (Module B) - Environmental Engineering: Civil IV (Module A) Project - Environmental Engineering: Civil IV (Module B) Project - Environmental Management for Engineers: Civil IV (Theory) - Environmental Management for Engineers: Civil IV (Project) - Social Environmental Studies: Civil IV : Module A: Theory - Social Environmental Studies: Civil IV: Module B: Theory - Social Environmental Studies: Civil IV (Module B) Project - Social Environmental Studies: Civil IV (Module A) Project Solid Waste Management IV (Theory) Solid Waste Management IV (Project) Water Treatment Technology IV Water Treatment Technology IV (Project) Waste Water Treatment Technology IV (Theory) Waste Water Treatment Technology IV (Proj)

Baccalaureus Technologiae: Engineering: Civil

Stream Structural Qualification code: BTECV - STR NQF Exit level: 7 Total credits: 120 National Diploma: Engineering (S4) in the relevant discipline or equivalent qualification OR National Higher Diploma in Civil Engineering (T4) Admission requirements:
OR Foreign Civil Engineering qualifications are considered but subject to SAQA evaluation and departmental approval. Students with a National Diploma (T3) in Civil Engineering must do bridging study units: (i) Documentation III. Choose 3 of the following 4 study units: (ii) Structural Analysis III; (iii)Transportation Engineering III; (iv) Water Engineering III; (iv) Geotechnical Engineering III.

Rules: Purpose statement:

A total of eight study units must be taken. At least five study units must be taken from BTECV-STR. and the remaining three study units may be selected from any other BTECV option. Note: Construction Material Technology IV should not be taken in combination with Concrete Technology IV. To train civil engineering technologists for specialization in particular field of Civil Engineering, e.g. Water, Construction Management, Urban Planning, Environmental and Structural. A qualified person with sufficient experience will be able to register with the Engineering Council of South Africa (ECSA) as a professional Technologist in the field of Civil Engineering. Pre/Co-requisite

Module

Group A. CNT4702 FEN4701 FEN4702 RCD4701 RCD4PJT SAN4701 SMD4701 SMD4702 SSD4701 SSD4702 TST401C

Concrete Technology IV (Project) Foundation Engineering IV (Theory) Foundation Engineering IV (Project) Reinforced Concrete Design IV

- Reinforced Concrete Design IV (Project) Structural Analysis IV Structural Masonry Design IV (Theory) Structural Masonry Design IV (Project) Structural Steel Design IV (Theory) Structural Steel Design IV (Project) Theory of Structures IV

Co: CNT4701 or CNT401C & CNTPRA4 or CNT4PRA Co: FEN4702 or FEN4PJT Co: FEN4701 or FEN401C Co: RCD4PJT & CNT4701 or CNT401C & CNT4702 or CNT4PJT & CNTPRA4 or CNT4PRA Co; RCD4PJT or RCD401C & CNT4701 or CNT401C & CNT4702 or CNT4PJT & CNTPRA4 or CNT4PRA Co: SMD4702 or SMD4PJT Co: SMD4701 or SMD401C Co: SSD4702 or SSD4PJT Co: SSD4701 or SSD401C

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Baccalaureus Technologiae: Engineering: Civil

Stream Urban Engineering Qualification code: BTECV - URB NQF Exit level: 7 Total credits: 120 National Diploma: Engineering (S4) in the relevant discipline or equivalent qualification OR National Higher Diploma in Civil Engineering (T4) Admission requirements:
OR Foreign Civil Engineering qualifications are considered but subject to SAQA evaluation and departmental approval. Students with a National Diploma (T3) in Civil Engineering must do bridging study units: (i) Documentation III. Choose 3 of the following 4 study units: (ii) Structural Analysis III; (iii)Transportation Engineering III; (iv) Water Engineering III; (iv) Geotechnical Engineering III.

Rules: Purpose statement:

A total of eight study units must be taken. At least five study units must be taken from BTECV-URB. and the remaining three study units may be selected from any other BTECV options . Note: Construction Material Technology IV should not be taken in combination with Concrete Technology IV. To train civil engineering technologists for specialization in particular field of Civil Engineering, e.g. Water, Construction Management, Urban Planning, Environmental and Structural. A qualified person with sufficient experience will be able to register with the Engineering Council of South Africa (ECSA) as a professional Technologist in the field of Civil Engineering. Pre/Co-requisite

Module

Group A. CMT4701 CMT4702 GDS4701 GDS4702 PVT4701 PVT4702 RDM4701 RDM4702 SWM4701 SWM4702 UPD4701 UPD4702

Construction Materials Technology IV Construction Materials Technology IV (Project) Geometric Design IV (Theory) Geometric Design IV (Project) Pavement Technology IV (Theory) Pavement Technology IV (Project) Reticulation Design and Management IV (Theory)

- Reticulation Design and Management IV (Project) Solid Waste Management IV (Theory) Solid Waste Management IV (Project) Urban Planning and Design IV (Theory) Urban Planning and Design IV (Project)

Co: CMT4702 or CMT4PJT Co: CMT4701 or CMT401C Co: GDS4702 or GDS4PJT Co: GDS4701 or GDS401C Co: PVT4702 or PVT4PJT Co: PVT4701 or PVT401C Co: RDM4702 or RDM4PJT & HDL4701 or HDL401C & HDL4702 or HDL4PJT Co: RDM4701 or RDM401C & HDL4701 or HDL401C & HDL4702 or HDL4PJT Co: SWM4702 or SWM4PJT Co: SWM4701 or SWM401C Co: UPD4702 or UPD4PJT Co: UPD4701 or UPD401C

Baccalaureus Technologiae: Engineering: Civil

Stream Water Qualification code: BTECV - WAT NQF Exit level: 7 Total credits: 120 National Diploma: Engineering (S4) in the relevant discipline or equivalent qualification OR National Higher Diploma in Civil Engineering (T4) Admission requirements:
OR Foreign Civil Engineering qualifications are considered but subject to SAQA evaluation and departmental approval. Students with a National Diploma (T3) in Civil Engineering must do bridging study units: (i) Documentation III. Choose 3 of the following 4 study units: (ii) Structural Analysis III; (iii)Transportation Engineering III; (iv) Water Engineering III; (iv) Geotechnical Engineering III.

Rules: Purpose statement:

A total of eight study units must be taken. At least five study units must be taken from BTECV-WAT. and the remaining three study units may be selected from any other BTECV options . Note: Construction Material Technology IV should not be taken in combination with Concrete Technology IV. To train civil engineering technologists for specialization in particular field of Civil Engineering, e.g. Water, Construction Management, Urban Planning, Environmental and Structural. A qualified person with sufficient experience will be able to register with the Engineering Council of South Africa (ECSA) as a professional Technologist in the field of Civil Engineering. Pre/Co-requisite

Module

Group A. HDG4701 HDG4702 RDM4701 RDM4702 WTT4701 WTT4702 WWT4701 WWT4702

- Hydrology IV (Theory) - Hydrology IV (Project) - Reticulation Design and Management IV (Theory) - Reticulation Design and Management IV (Project) Water Treatment Technology IV Water Treatment Technology IV (Project) Waste Water Treatment Technology IV (Theory) Waste Water Treatment Technology IV (Proj)

Co: HDG4702 or HDG4PJT Co: HDG4701 or HDG401C Co: RDM4702 or RDM4PJT & HDL4701 or HDL401C & HDL4702 or HDL4PJT Co: RDM4701 or RDM401C & HDL4701 or HDL401C & HDL4702 or HDL4PJT Co: WTT4702 or WTT4PJT Co: WTT4701 or WTT401C Co: WWT4702 or WWT4PJT Co: WWT4701 or WWT401C

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Baccalaureus Technologiae: Engineering: Electrical

Stream Clinical Engineering Qualification code: BTELN - CEN NQF Exit level: 7 Total credits: 120 National Diploma: Engineering: Electrical (S4) with Mathematics III OR national diploma in Electrical Engineering (T3) with Mathematics III Admission requirements:
PLUS the bridging subject: design project III (DPJ391U) OR National higher diploma in Electrical Engineering (T4) with Mathematics III, PLUS the bringing subject: Design project III (DPJ391U) OR nationally or internationally equivalent qualification.

Purpose statement:

Students will be competent to design, implement and control production, testing, planning, construction, commissioning and maintenance in the field of Electrical Engineering by applying technical knowledge, engineering principles, innovative design, problem-solving techniques and managerial skills. They will be capable of exercising independent technological judgement and responsible decision making by taking into account the relevant financial, economic, commercial, social, environmental and statutory factors. A qualified person with sufficient experience will be able to register with the Engineering Council of South Africa (ECSA) as a Professional Technologist in this field of Engineering. Pre/Co-requisite

Module

Group A. Compulsory EMT4801 - Engineering Mathematics IV IPR4701 - Industrial Project IV Group B. Choose 6 from the following subjects. Note: Theory and Practical modules count as 1 subject CAN4701 - Circuit Analysis IV (Theory) CANPRA4 - Circuit Analysis IV (Practical) CET401J - Clinical Engineering Technology Management IV DSP4701 - Digital Signal Processing IV DSPPRA4 - Digital Signal Processing IV (Practical) ECM4701 - Electronic Communication IV (Theory) ECMPRA4 - Electronic Communication IV (Practical) ECT4701 - Electronics IV (Theory) ECTPRA4 - Electronics IV (Practical) ENM401E - Engineering Management IV ENT401I - Entrepreneurship IV (Option I) MEQ4701 - Medical Equipment IV (Module A) (Theory) MEQPRA4 - Medical Equipment IV (Module A) (Practical) MWE4701 - Microwave Engineering IV (Theory) MWEPRA4 - Microwave Engineering IV (Practical) OPE4701 - Opto-Electronics IV (Theory) OPEPRA4 - Opto-Electronics IV (Practical) RAE4701 - Radio Engineering IV (Theory) RAEPRA4 - Radio Engineering IV (Practical)

Co: CANPRA4 or CAN4PRA Co: CAN4701 or CAN401E Co: DSPPRA4 or DSP4PRA Co: DSP4701 or DSP401E Co: ECMPRA4 or ECM4PRA Co: ECM4701 or ECM401E Co: ECTPRA4 Co: ECT4701

Co: MEQPRA4 or MEQ4PRA Co: MEQ4701 or MEQ4018 Co: MWEPRA4 or MWE4PRA Co: MWE4701 or MWE401E Co: OPEPRA4 or OPE4PRA Co: OPE4701 or OPE401E Co: RAEPRA4 or RAE4PRA Co: RAE4701 or RAE401E

Baccalaureus Technologiae: Engineering: Electrical

Stream Computer Systems Qualification code: BTELN - COS NQF Exit level: 7 Total credits: 120 National Diploma: Engineering: Electrical (S4) with Mathematics III OR national diploma in Electrical Engineering (T3) with Mathematics III Admission requirements:
PLUS the bridging subject: design project III (DPJ391U) OR National higher diploma in Electrical Engineering (T4) with Mathematics III, PLUS the bringing subject: Design project III (DPJ391U) OR nationally or internationally equivalent qualification.

Purpose statement:

Students will be competent to design, implement and control production, testing, planning, construction, commissioning and maintenance in the field of Electrical Engineering by applying technical knowledge, engineering principles, innovative design, problem-solving techniques and managerial skills. They will be capable of exercising independent technological judgement and responsible decision making by taking into account the relevant financial, economic, commercial, social, environmental and statutory factors. A qualified person with sufficient experience will be able to register with the Engineering Council of South Africa (ECSA) as a Professional Technologist in this field of Engineering. Pre/Co-requisite

Module

Group A. Compulsory EMT4801 - Engineering Mathematics IV IPR4701 - Industrial Project IV Group B. Choose 6 from the following subjects. Note: Theory and Practical modules count as 1 subject. Students may either do ENM401E or ENT401E. CAN4701 - Circuit Analysis IV (Theory) Co: CANPRA4 or CAN4PRA CANPRA4 - Circuit Analysis IV (Practical) Co: CAN4701 or CAN401E DSP4701 - Digital Signal Processing IV Co: DSPPRA4 or DSP4PRA DSPPRA4 - Digital Signal Processing IV (Practical) Co: DSP4701 or DSP401E ECT4701 - Electronics IV (Theory) Co: ECTPRA4 or ECT4PRA ECTPRA4 - Electronics IV (Practical) Co: ECT4701 or ECT401E ENM401E - Engineering Management IV ENT401I - Entrepreneurship IV (Option I) ICT3631 - Advanced Operating System Practice INF3703 - Databases II INF3705 - Advanced Systems Development OPE4701 - Opto-Electronics IV (Theory) Co: OPEPRA4 or OPE4PRA OPEPRA4 - Opto-Electronics IV (Practical) Co: OPE4701 or OPE401E

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Baccalaureus Technologiae: Engineering: Electrical

Stream Power Engineering Qualification code: BTELN - PEN NQF Exit level: 7 Total credits: 120 National Diploma: Engineering: Electrical (S4) with Mathematics III OR national diploma in Electrical Engineering (T3) with Mathematics III Admission requirements:
PLUS the bridging subject: design project III (DPJ391U) OR National higher diploma in Electrical Engineering (T4) with Mathematics III, PLUS the bringing subject: Design project III (DPJ391U) OR nationally or internationally equivalent qualification.

Purpose statement:

Students will be competent to design, implement and control production, testing, planning, construction, commissioning and maintenance in the field of Electrical Engineering by applying technical knowledge, engineering principles, innovative design, problem-solving techniques and managerial skills. They will be capable of exercising independent technological judgement and responsible decision making by taking into account the relevant financial, economic, commercial, social, environmental and statutory factors. A qualified person with sufficient experience will be able to register with the Engineering Council of South Africa (ECSA) as a Professional Technologist in this field of Engineering. Pre/Co-requisite

Module

Group A. Compulsory EMT4801 - Engineering Mathematics IV IPR4701 - Industrial Project IV Group B Choose 6 from the following subjects. Note. :Theory & Practical modules count as 1 subject. Students may either do CSY401E & CSY4PRA or DCS401E CAN4701 - Circuit Analysis IV (Theory) Co: CANPRA4 or CAN4PRA CANPRA4 - Circuit Analysis IV (Practical) Co: CAN4701 or CAN401E CSY4701 - Control Systems IV (Theory) Co: CSYPRA4 or CSY4PRA CSYPRA4 - Control Systems IV (Practical) Co: CSY4701 or CSY401E DCS401E - Digital Control Systems IV ECT4701 - Electronics IV (Theory) Co: ECTPRA4 or ECT4PRA ECTPRA4 - Electronics IV (Practical) Co: ECT4701 or ECT401E EMM4701 - Electrical Machines IV (Theory) Co: EMMPRA4 or EMM4PRA EMMPRA4 - Electrical Machines IV (Practical) Co: EMM4701 or EMM401E ENM401E - Engineering Management IV ENT401I - Entrepreneurship IV (Option I) HVE4701 - High Voltage Engineering IV (Theory) Co: HVEPRA4 or HVE4PRA HVEPRA4 - High Voltage Engineering IV (Practical) Co: HVE4701 or HVE401E OPE4701 - Opto-Electronics IV (Theory) Co: OPEPRA4 or OPE4PRA OPEPRA4 - Opto-Electronics IV (Practical) Co: OPE4701 or OPE401E PCE4701 - Power Electronics IV (Theory) Co: PCEPRA4 or PCE4PRA PCEPRA4 - Power Electronics IV (Practical) Co: PCE4701 or PCE401E PRT4701 - Protection Technology IV (Theory) Co: PRTPRA4 or PRT4PRA PRTPRA4 - Protection Technology IV (Practical) Co: PRT4701 or PRT401E PSY4701 - Power Systems IV (Theory) Co: PSYPRA4 or PSY4PRA PSYPRA4 - Power Systems IV (Practical) Co: PSY4701 or PSY401E

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Baccalaureus Technologiae: Engineering: Electrical

Stream Process Instrumentation Qualification code: BTELN - PIN NQF Exit level: 7 Total credits: 120 National Diploma: Engineering: Electrical (S4) with Mathematics III OR national diploma in Electrical Engineering (T3) with Mathematics III Admission requirements:
PLUS the bridging subject: design project III (DPJ391U) OR National higher diploma in Electrical Engineering (T4) with Mathematics III, PLUS the bringing subject: Design project III (DPJ391U) OR nationally or internationally equivalent qualification.

Purpose statement:

Students will be competent to design, implement and control production, testing, planning, construction, commissioning and maintenance in the field of Electrical Engineering by applying technical knowledge, engineering principles, innovative design, problem-solving techniques and managerial skills. They will be capable of exercising independent technological judgement and responsible decision making by taking into account the relevant financial, economic, commercial, social, environmental and statutory factors. A qualified person with sufficient experience will be able to register with the Engineering Council of South Africa (ECSA) as a Professional Technologist in this field of Engineering. Pre/Co-requisite

Module

Group A. Compulsory EMT4801 - Engineering Mathematics IV IPR4701 - Industrial Project IV Group B. Choose 6 from the following subjects. Note: Theory and Practical modules count as 1 subject. Students may either do ENM401E or ENT401E. CAN4701 - Circuit Analysis IV (Theory) Co: CANPRA4 or CAN4PRA CANPRA4 - Circuit Analysis IV (Practical) Co: CAN4701 or CAN401E CMN401E - Computer Networks IV CSY4701 - Control Systems IV (Theory) Co: CSYPRA4 or CSY4PRA CSYPRA4 - Control Systems IV (Practical) Co: CSY4701 or CSY401E DCS401E - Digital Control Systems IV DSP4701 - Digital Signal Processing IV Co: DSPPRA4 or DSP4PRA DSPPRA4 - Digital Signal Processing IV (Practical) Co: DSP4701 or DSP401E ECT4701 - Electronics IV (Theory) Co: ECTPRA4 or ECT4PRA ECTPRA4 - Electronics IV (Practical) Co: ECT4701 or ECT401E ENM401E - Engineering Management IV ENT401I - Entrepreneurship IV (Option I) OPE4701 - Opto-Electronics IV (Theory) Co: OPEPRA4 or OPE4PRA OPEPRA4 - Opto-Electronics IV (Practical) Co: OPE4701 or OPE401E PRI4701 - Process Instrumentation IV (Theory) Co: PRIPRA4 or PRS4PRA PRIPRA4 - Process Instrumentation IV (Practical) Co: PRI4701 or PRS401E

Baccalaureus Technologiae: Engineering: Electrical

Stream Telecommunication Qualification code: BTELN - TEL NQF Exit level: 7 Total credits: 120 National Diploma: Engineering: Electrical (S4) with Mathematics III OR national diploma in Electrical Engineering (T3) with Mathematics III Admission requirements:
PLUS the bridging subject: design project III (DPJ391U) OR National higher diploma in Electrical Engineering (T4) with Mathematics III, PLUS the bringing subject: Design project III (DPJ391U) OR nationally or internationally equivalent qualification.

Purpose statement:

Students will be competent to design, implement and control production, testing, planning, construction, commissioning and maintenance in the field of Electrical Engineering by applying technical knowledge, engineering principles, innovative design, problem-solving techniques and managerial skills. They will be capable of exercising independent technological judgement and responsible decision making by taking into account the relevant financial, economic, commercial, social, environmental and statutory factors. A qualified person with sufficient experience will be able to register with the Engineering Council of South Africa (ECSA) as a Professional Technologist in this field of Engineering. Pre/Co-requisite

Module

Group A. Compulsory EMT4801 - Engineering Mathematics IV IPR4701 - Industrial Project IV Group B. Choose 6 from the following subjects. Note: Theory and Practical modules count as 1 subject. Students may either do ENM401E or ENT401E. CAN4701 - Circuit Analysis IV (Theory) Co: CANPRA4 or CAN4PRA CANPRA4 - Circuit Analysis IV (Practical) Co: CAN4701 or CAN401E CMN401E - Computer Networks IV DSP4701 - Digital Signal Processing IV Co: DSPPRA4 or DSP4PRA DSPPRA4 - Digital Signal Processing IV (Practical) Co: DSP4701 or DSP401E ECM4701 - Electronic Communication IV (Theory) Co: ECMPRA4 or ECM4PRA ECMPRA4 - Electronic Communication IV (Practical) Co: ECM4701 or ECM401E ECT4701 - Electronics IV (Theory) Co: ECTPRA4 or ECT4PRA ECTPRA4 - Electronics IV (Practical) Co: ECT4701 or ECT401E ENM401E - Engineering Management IV ENT401I - Entrepreneurship IV (Option I) MWE4701 - Microwave Engineering IV (Theory) Co: MWEPRA4 or MWE4PRA MWEPRA4 - Microwave Engineering IV (Practical) Co: MWE4701 or MWE401E OPE4701 - Opto-Electronics IV (Theory) Co: OPEPRA4 or OPE4PRA OPEPRA4 - Opto-Electronics IV (Practical) Co: OPE4701 or OPE401E RAE4701 - Radio Engineering IV (Theory) Co: RAEPRA4 or RAE4PRA RAEPRA4 - Radio Engineering IV (Practical) Co: RAE4701 or RAE401E SCM4701 - Satellite Communications IV (Theory) Co: SCMPRA4 or SCM4PRA SCMPRA4 - Satellite Communications IV (Practical) Co: SCM4701 or SCM401E

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Baccalaureus Technologiae: Engineering: Chemical


Qualification code: BTENC Admission requirements: NQF Exit level: 7

Rules:

National Diploma: Engineering (S4) in the relevant discipline OR national higher diploma in Chemical Engineering (T4), PLUS the following bridging subjects: Process Control III (PCT381H), which is the prerequisite for PCT401C; national diploma: Chemical Engineering (T3 diploma: 3 semesters Uot training plus 3 semesters in-service training) PLUS the following 4 bridging units: Process Control III (PCT381H); Chemical Engineering Technology III (Module B) (CEM321B and CEM3PRB); Thermodynamics: Chemical Engineering III (TDC341P); Chemical Process Design: Principles III (CPD371S); Foreign Chemical Engineering qualifications are considered but subject to SAQA evaluation and departmental approval.

Total credits: 120

Purpose statement:

Important: A student may only register for BTech: Engineering: Chemical if he or she: (a) can identify and complete a research project for Project: Chemical Engineering IV (PCE401C), (b) has access to a computer simulation design programme/package for Chemical Process Design IV : Plant Design (Module B) such as ASPEN, CHEMCAD, PROII, etc. and (c) can provide a mentor for each of the above study units respectively. It is the responsibility of the student to find these elsewhere. Chemical engineering is concerned with the manufacturing of chemicals on an industrial scale as well as with the industrial processes that convert raw materials into products that have higher economic value. In a particular manufacturing environment, there is usually a chemical engineering team. This team is usually led by a degreed Chemical Engineer, usually assisted by a Chemical Engineering Technologist or a Chemical Engineering Technician. They all obtain their qualifications from a university of technology or a university. The technologist has obtained a BTech degree and the technician a National Diploma. The team is qualified to research, develop, design, construct and operate the plants required to make any processed product. A qualified person with sufficient experience will be able to register with the Engineering Council of South Africa (ECSA) as a Professional Technologist in this field of Engineering Pre/Co-requisite

Module

Group A. Compulsory CEM4702 - Chemical Engineerng Technology IV: Heat and Mass (Module B) CEM4703 - Chemical Engineering Technology IV: Unit Operations (Module C) CHE4PRA - Chemical Engineering IV (Practical) CPD4701 - Chemical Process Design IV: Equipment Design (Module A) CPD4702 - Chemical Process Design IV: Plant Design (Module B) MAT3700 - Mathematics III (Engineering) PCE401C - Project: Chemical Engineering IV PCI401C - Production Engineering: Chemical Industry IV PCT401C - Process Control IV (Chemical) RTE4701 - Reactor Technology IV Group B. Optional Study Unit ENT401I - Entrepreneurship IV (Option I)

Co: RTE4701 or RTE401C & PCT4701 or PCT401C Co: CEM4703 Co: CEM4703 or CEM4M3C & CEM4701or CEM4M1C

Baccalaureus Technologiae: Engineering: Industrial


Qualification code: BTENI Admission requirements: NQF Exit level: 7

National higher diploma: Industrial Engineering OR a national diploma: Engineering: Industrial OR a national diploma: Industrial Engineering (T3-diploma) as well as the following study units from the national diploma: Engineering: Industrial (S4): (i) Management Practice IV (MGP437U); (ii) Automation III (ATO331Q); (iii) Operational Research III (OPR371S); (iv) Financial Management (FMA401V); (v) Quality Assurance II (QAS221U). Students who hold any approved National Diploma in Engineering, other than the ND: Industrial Engineering who want to study BTech: Industrial Engineering, must first complete the Higher Certificate: Industrial Engineering successfully. Refer to the Short Learning Programmes Calendar.

Total credits: 120

Purpose statement:

Persons achieving this qualification should be competent in leading programmes involving productivity improvement, integrated manufacturing systems, operating information systems, and those of project and logistics management. The qualified person will be able to register with ECSA as a professional Industrial Engineering Technologist. Pre/Co-requisite

Module

Group A. ENT401I INY401I LGE401I PRE401I PRT401I PTR401I QAS401I SDY401I

Entrepreneurship IV (Option I) Information Systems IV Logistics Engineering IV Project Engineering IV Production Technology IV Project Research IV Quality Assurance IV Systems Dynamics IV

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Baccalaureus Technologiae: Information Technology


Qualification code: BTINF Admission requirements: Rules: Module
National Diploma in Information Technology with a 60% average for the 3rd year.

NQF Exit level: 7

Total credits: 120

Students registering for this degree must have access to an internet cafe, a Unisa Regional Learning Centre or other internet facilities. After registration, access to myUnisa on a regular basis is compulsory. Pre/Co-requisite
Pre: DSO401I

Group A. Compulsory DEV401I - Advanced Development Software IV DSO401I - Development Software IV INT401I - Information and Technology Management IV PRJ4M1I - Project IV: Practical Project PRJ4M2I - Project IV: Research Script RIT4801 - Research in Information Technology Group B. Choose 4 from the following CPS401I - Computer Security IV DBS401I - Database Systems IV NTW401I - Networks IV OPS401I - Operating Systems IV SED401I - Software Engineering and Design IV

Pre: RIT4801 or RME101Q Pre: RIT4801 or RME101Q

Baccalaureus Technologiae: Engineering: Mechanical


Qualification code: BTMEE Admission requirements: NQF Exit level: 7

National Diploma: Engineering: Mechanical (S4 diploma); or a National Higher Diploma: Mechanical Engineering (T4 diploma); or a National Diploma: Mechanical Engineering (T3 diploma) with at least 2 of the following S4 subjects: Theory of Machines III; Applied Strength of Materials III, Hydraulic Machines III, Steam Plant III. Foreign Mechanical Engineering Qualifications are considered but subject to SAQA evalutation and departmental approval.

Total credits: 120

Purpose statement:

Persons achieving this qualification should be able to independently integrate mechanical engineering principles and specialist knowledge, apply these to determine appropriate ways of approaching activities and establish and use criteria to judge processes and outcomes. This qualification is intended for engineering practitioners in the industry. A qualified person with sufficient experience will be able to register with the Engineering Council of South Africa (ECSA) as a Professional Technologist in this field of Engineering. Pre/Co-requisite

Module

Group A. Compulsory EDP401M - Engineering Design Project IV Group B. Choose any two the following combinations AUC401M - Automatic Control IV MOM401M - Mechanics of Machines IV Group C. SOM401M - Strength of Materials IV STA401M - Stress Analysis IV Group D. FMA401M - Fluid Mechanics IV TMA401M - Turbo Machines IV Group E. RAC401M - Refrigeration and Air Conditioning IV THD401M - Thermodynamics IV Group F. Choose 2 from the following or from the above list ENV301E - Environmental Management III MMN101M - Maintenance Management PRT401I - Production Technology IV

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BACHELOR DEGREES
Bachelor Of Science
Qualification code: 02089 - GEN NQF Exit level: 6 Total credits: 360 Qualification offered until 2015, and ONLY for students previously registered for this qualification. Admission requirements: NSC (Degree) with Mathematics & English passed with a rating of 4 OR Matriculation exemption with at least E(40%) for Higher Grade Mathematics & English or at least D(50%) for Standard Grade Mathematics & English.

1.

The curriculum for the BSC degree consists of: a. THIRTY MODULES b. At least TWENTY-FOUR of the thirty modules must be from the list below. c. Not more than FOURTEEN of the thirty modules may be on the first level (NQF level 5). d. At least EIGHT modules must be on third level (NQF level 7). e. Refer to my Modules. for the Major subject combination

Students who did not satisfy the minimum Mathematics requirement and are interested in registering for the BSC degree, may register for Access to Mathematics. Re-enrolment for MAT0511 module cannot exceed 2 years. Example: BSC Degree with Computer Science and Chemistry as Major Subjects First Level Computer Science COS1501 COS1511 COS1512 COS1521 Pre/Co-requisites Second Level COS2601 COS2611 COS2614 COS2621 Choose 1 from the following COS2626 COS2633 Pre/Co-requisites Third Level Pre/Co-requisites Pre: COS2601 Pre: COS2611 & COS2614 Pre: COS2621 Pre: COS2633 Pre: COS2611 & COS2661 Pre: COS2661

Co: EUP1501 Pre: COS1511

Pre: COS1501 or MAT2612 COS3701 Pre: COS1512 COS3711 Pre: COS1512 COS3721 Pre: COS1512 & COS1521 Choose 2 from the following APM3711 Pre: COS1521 or INF1505 COS3751 Pre: (COS1511 or INF1511 COS3761 or APM1513) & MAT1503 & (MAT1511 & MAT1512 Pre: COS1501 Pre: CHE1501 & CHE1503 Pre: CHE1501 & CHE1503; Co: CHE2611 Pre: CHE1502 & CHE1503; Co: MAT1512 Pre: CHE1502 & CHE1503; Co: MAT1512 & CHE2612 Pre: CHE1502 & CHE1503 Co: CHE2613 CHE3701 CHE3702 CHE3703 CHE3704 CHE3721 CHE3722

Chemistry CHE1501 CHE1502 CHE1503 MAT1512

COS2661 CHE2611 CHE2621 CHE2612 CHE2622 CHE2613 CHE2623 CHE2614 CHE2624

Pre: CHE1501 Pre: CHE1501 Co: CHE1502

Pre: CHE2611, CHE2621 Pre: CHE2612, CHE2622 Pre: CHE2613, CHE2623 Pre: CHE2614, CHE2624 Pre: CHE2611 and CHE2621 ; Co: CHE3701 Pre: CHE2612 and CHE2622 ; Co: CHE3702 Pre: CHE2613 and CHE2623 ; Co: CHE3703 Pre: CHE2614 and CHE2624 ; Co: CHE3704

Pre: CHE1501 & CHE1503 CHE3723 Pre: CHE1501 & CHE1503; CHE3724 Co: CHE2614 10 modules

14 modules .

8 modules

The letter M before the name of a subject indicates that it may be selected as a major subject M Applied Mathematics M Astronomy M M Chemistry M Computer Science M M Information Systems M M Physics M M Mathematics M Operations Research M M Statistics M Biochemistry M

Botany Geography Geology Microbiology Physiology Zoology Biology Archaeology Comprehension Skills forScience Psychology

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Bachelor Of Science

Stream General Qualification code: 98801 - GEN NQF Exit level: 7 Total credits: 360 Admission requirements: A National Senior Certificate (Degree endorsement) with at least 50% in the language of teaching and learning, with at least 50% in Mathematics and Physical Science. A student who does not qualify in terms of the statutory or additional requirements, may follow Unisa's alternative pathways or apply for admission to an appropriate Diploma.

1.

The curriculum for the BSC degree consists of: a. THIRTY MODULES b. At least TWENTY-FOUR of the thirty modules must be from the list below. c. Not more than EIGHT of the thirty modules may be on the first level (NQF level 5). d. At least TEN modules must be on third level (NQF level 7). e. Refer to my Modules. for the Major subject combination

Example: BSC Degree with Computer Science and Chemistry as Major Subjects
First Level Computer Science COS1501 COS1511 COS1512 Pre/Co-requisites Second Level COS2601 COS2611 COS2614 COS2661 Pre: CHE1501 CHE2611 CHE2621 CHE2612 CHE2622 CHE2613 CHE2623 CHE2614 CHE2624 8 modules MAT2612 12 modules Pre/Co-requisites Third Level Pre/Co-requisites Pre: COS2601 Pre: COS2611 & COS2614 Pre: COS2614 Pre: COS2611 & COS2661 Pre: COS2661 Pre: CHE2611, CHE2621 Pre: CHE2612, CHE2622 Pre: CHE2613, CHE2623 Pre: CHE2614, CHE2624 Pre: CHE2611 and CHE2621 ; Co: CHE3701 Pre: CHE2612 and CHE2622 ; Co: CHE3702 Pre: CHE2613 and CHE2623 ; Co: CHE3703 Pre: CHE2614 and CHE2624 ; Co: CHE3704

Co: EUP1501 Pre: COS1511

Chemistry CHE1501 CHE1502 CHE1503 MAT1512

Pre: COS1501 or MAT2612 COS3701 Pre: COS1512 COS3711 Pre: COS1512 COS3721 COS3751 Pre: COS1501 COS3761 Pre: CHE1501 & CHE1503 Pre: CHE1501 & CHE1503; Co: CHE2611 Pre: CHE1502 & CHE1503; Co: MAT1512 Pre: CHE1502 & CHE1503; Co: MAT1512 & CHE2612 Pre: CHE1502 & CHE1503 Co: CHE2613 CHE3701 CHE3702 CHE3703 CHE3704 CHE3721 CHE3722

Pre: CHE1501 Co: CHE1502

Pre: CHE1501 & CHE1503 CHE3723 Pre: CHE1501 & CHE1503; CHE3724 Co: CHE2614 Pre: MAT1512 10 modules

The letter M before the name of a subject indicates that it may be selected as a major subject. M Applied Mathematics M Botany M Astronomy Geography M Chemistry Geology M M Computer Science Microbiology M M Information Systems Physiology M M Physics Zoology M Mathematics Biology M M Operations Research Archeology M Statistics Comprehension Skills forScience M M Biochemistry Psychology

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Bachelor of Science

Stream Information Technology and Computer Science: Computational Intelligence Stream Qualification code: 02089 - ICI NQF Exit level: 6 Total credits: 360 Qualification offered until 2015, and ONLY for students previously registered for this qualification. NSC (Degree) with Mathematics & English passed with a rating of 4 OR Matriculation exemption with at least E(40%) for Higher Grade Admission requirements:
Mathematics & English or at least D(50%) for Standard Grade Mathematics & English.

First level
Module
Group A. Compulsory COS1501 - Theoretical Computer Science I COS1511 - Introduction to Programming I COS1512 - Introduction to Programming II COS1521 - Computer Systems: Fundamental Concepts CSS101H - Comprehension Skills for Science EUP1501 - Ethical Information and Communication Technologies for Development Solutions INF1520 - Human-Computer Interaction I MAT1511 - Precalculus Mathematics B MAT1512 - Calculus A PYC1501 - Basic Psychology STA1510 - Basic Statistics Group B. Choose 3 from the following DSC1510 - Introduction to The Business World INF1511 - Visual Programming I LIN1501 - Grammatical Patterns and Concepts MAT1503 - Linear Algebra

Pre/Co-requisite
Co: EUP1501 Pre: COS1511

Second level
Module
Group A. Compulsory COS2601 - Theoretical Computer Science II COS2611 - Programming: Data Structures COS2614 - Programming: Contemporary Concepts COS2661 - Formal Logic II Group B. Choose 4 from the following COS2621 - Computer Organisation COS2633 - Numerical Methods I LIN3705 - Text Structure and Function MAT2612 - Introduction to Discrete Mathematics PLS2607 - Philosophy of Science

Pre/Co-requisite
Pre: COS1501 or MAT2612 Pre: COS1512 Pre: COS1512 Pre: COS1501 Pre: COS1512 & COS1521 Pre: COS1511 & MAT1512 & MAT1503 Pre: COS1501 or MAT1512 or MAT1613 or MAT1503

Third level
Module
Group A. Compulsory COS3701 - Theoretical Computer Science III COS3751 - Techniques of Artificial Intelligence COS3761 - Formal Logic III INF3720 - Human-Computer Interaction II PYC3703 - Cognition: Thinking, Memory and Problem Solving Group B. Choose 3 from the following APM3711 - Numerical Methods II COS3711 - Advanced Programming COS3712 - Computer Graphics INF3703 - Databases II MAT3707 - Discrete Mathematics: Combinatorics

Pre/Co-requisite
Pre: COS2601 Pre: COS2611 & COS2661 Pre: COS2661 Co: INF1520 Pre: PYC1501 Pre: COS2633 Pre: COS2611 & COS2614 Pre: COS2611 & MAT1503 Pre: COS2611 or ICT2622

83

Bachelor of Science

Stream Information Technology and Computer Science: Computational Statistics (Programming) Stream Qualification code: 02089 - ICP NQF Exit level: 6 Total credits: 360 Qualification offered until 2015, and ONLY for students previously registered for this qualification. NSC (Degree) with Mathematics & English passed with a rating of 4 OR Matriculation exemption with at least E(40%) for Higher Grade Admission requirements:
Mathematics & English or at least D(50%) for Standard Grade Mathematics & English.

First level
Module
Group A. Compulsory COS1511 - Introduction to Programming I COS1512 - Introduction to Programming II COS1521 - Computer Systems: Fundamental Concepts CSS101H - Comprehension Skills for Science DSC1510 - Introduction to The Business World DSC1630 - Introductory Financial Mathematics INF1505 - Introduction to Business Information Systems MAT1503 - Linear Algebra MAT1511 - Precalculus Mathematics B MAT1512 - Calculus A MAT1613 - Calculus B STA1501 - Descriptive Statistics and Probability STA1502 - Statistical Inference I STA1503 - Distribution Theory I

Pre/Co-requisite
Co: EUP1501 Pre: COS1511

Co: MAT1512 Co: STA1501 Pre: STA1501; Co:STA1502 & MAT1512

Second level
Module
Group A. Compulsory COS2611 - Programming: Data Structures COS2614 - Programming: Contemporary Concepts COS2633 - Numerical Methods I MAT2611 - Linear Algebra MAT2615 - Calculus in Higher Dimensions STA2601 - Applied Statistics II STA2602 - Statistical Inference II STA2603 - Distribution Theory II STA2604 - Forecasting II

Pre/Co-requisite
Pre: COS1512 Pre: COS1512 Pre: COS1511 & MAT1512 & MAT1503 Pre: MAT1503 Pre: MAT1503 & MAT1512 Pre: STA1501 &STA1502 Pre: STA1501& STA1502; Co: STA1503 Pre: (STA1502 & DSC1620) or (STA1503 & MAT1512) Pre: STA1501 & STA1502

Third level
Module
Group A. Compulsory APM3711 - Numerical Methods II INF3703 - Databases II STA3701 - Applied Statistics III STA3702 - Statistical Inference III STA3703 - Distribution Theory III STA3704 - Time Series III STA3705 - Sampling Techniques

Pre/Co-requisite
Pre: COS2633 Pre: COS2611 or ICT2622 Pre: STA2601; Co: MAT2611 & STA3703 Pre: STA2603 or (STA2602 & STA2610) Pre: (STA2603 & MAT2615 ) or (STA2603 & STA2610) Pre: STA2604 Pre: STA2601

84

Bachelor of Science

Stream Information Technology and Computer Science: Computational Statistics (Information Systems) Stream Qualification code: 02089 - ICS NQF Exit level: 6 Total credits: 360 Qualification offered until 2015, and ONLY for students previously registered for this qualification. NSC (Degree) with Mathematics & English passed with a rating of 4 OR Matriculation exemption with at least E(40%) for Higher Grade Admission requirements:
Mathematics & English or at least D(50%) for Standard Grade Mathematics & English.

First level
Module
Group A. Compulsory CSS101H - Comprehension Skills for Science DSC1510 - Introduction to The Business World DSC1630 - Introductory Financial Mathematics ECS1501 - Economics IA EUP1501 - Ethical Information and Communication Technologies for Development Solutions INF1505 - Introduction to Business Information Systems INF1511 - Visual Programming I MAT1503 - Linear Algebra MAT1511 - Precalculus Mathematics B MAT1512 - Calculus A MAT1613 - Calculus B STA1501 - Descriptive Statistics and Probability STA1502 - Statistical Inference I STA1503 - Distribution Theory I

Pre/Co-requisite

Co: MAT1512 Co: STA1501 Pre: STA1501; Co: STA1502 & (MAT1512 or DSC1620)

Second level
Module
Group A. Compulsory ICT2621 - Structured Systems Analysis and Design ICT2622 - Object-Oriented Analysis MAT2611 MAT2615 STA2601 STA2602 STA2603 STA2604 Linear Algebra Calculus in Higher Dimensions Applied Statistics II Statistical Inference II Distribution Theory II Forecasting II

Pre/Co-requisite
Pre: INF1505 or COS1521 Pre: (INF1505 or COS1521) & (EUP1501 or COS1512 or INF1511) Pre: MAT1503 Pre: MAT1503 & MAT1512 Pre: STA1501 &STA1502 Pre: STA1501 & STA1502; Co: STA1503 Pre: (STA1502 & DSC1620) or (STA1503 & MAT1512) Pre: STA1501 & STA1502

Third level
Module
Group A. Compulsory INF3703 - Databases II INF3705 - Advanced Systems Development INF3707 - Database Design and Implementation INF3708 - Software Project Management STA3701 - Applied Statistics III STA3702 - Statistical Inference III STA3703 - Distribution Theory III Group B. Choose 1 from the following STA3704 - Time Series III STA3705 - Sampling Techniques

Pre/Co-requisite
Pre: ICT2621 or ICT2622 Pre: ICT2621 & ICT2622 Pre: ICT2621 or ICT2622 Pre: STA2601; Co: MAT2611 & STA3703 Pre: STA2603 or (STA2602 & STA2610) Pre: (STA2603 & MAT2615 ) or (STA2603 & STA2610) Pre: STA2604 Pre: STA2601

85

Bachelor of Science

Stream Information Technology and Computer Science: Decision Modelling and Computing Stream Qualification code: 02089 - IDC NQF Exit level: 6 Total credits: 360 Qualification offered until 2015, and ONLY for students previously registered for this qualification. NSC (Degree) with Mathematics & English passed with a rating of 4 OR Matriculation exemption with at least E(40%) for Higher Grade Admission requirements: Rules:
Mathematics & English or at least D(50%) for Standard Grade Mathematics & English.

Students who have passed DSC2601, need not register for DSC2605.

First level
Module
Group A. Compulsory COS1501 - Theoretical Computer Science I COS1511 - Introduction to Programming I COS1512 - Introduction to Programming II COS1521 - Computer Systems: Fundamental Concepts DSC1510 - Introduction to The Business World DSC1630 - Introductory Financial Mathematics EUP1501 - Ethical Information and Communication Technologies for Development Solutions MAT1503 - Linear Algebra MAT1511 - Precalculus Mathematics B MAT1512 - Calculus A MAT1613 - Calculus B STA1501 - Descriptive Statistics and Probability STA1502 - Statistical Inference I

Pre/Co-requisite
Co: EUP1501 Pre: COS1511

Co: MAT1512 Co: STA1501

Second level
Module
Group A. Compulsory COS2611 - Programming: Data Structures COS2614 - Programming: Contemporary Concepts COS2621 - Computer Organisation COS2633 - Numerical Methods I COS2661 - Formal Logic II DSC2602 - Rational Decision Making DSC2604 - Financial Modelling DSC2605 - Linear Mathematical Programming STA2603 - Distribution Theory II

Pre/Co-requisite
Pre: COS1512 Pre: COS1512 Pre: COS1512 & COS1521 Pre: COS1511 & MAT1512 & MAT1503 Pre: COS1501 Pre: DSC1510 & DSC1630 Pre: DSC1510 & DSC1630 Pre: MAT1503 & MAT1512 Pre: (STA1502 & DSC1620) or (STA1503 & MAT1512)

Third level
Module
Group A. Compulsory APM3711 - Numerical Methods II COS3711 - Advanced Programming COS3721 - Operating Systems and Architecture COS3751 - Techniques of Artificial Intelligence DSC3702 - Optimisation of Resources DSC3703 - Simulation DSC3705 - Financial Risk Modelling DSC3707 - Mathematical Modelling II

Pre/Co-requisite
Pre: COS2633 Pre: COS2611 & COS2614 Pre: COS2621 Pre: COS2611 & COS2661 Pre: DSC2602 & DSC2601 or (DSC2605 & DSC2606) Pre: DSC2602 & DSC2601 or (DSC2605 & DSC2606) Pre: DSC2602 & DSC2601 or (DSC2605 & DSC2606) Pre: DSC2602 & DSC2601 or (DSC2605 & DSC2606)

86

Bachelor of Science

Stream Information Technology and Computer Science: Information and Decision Modelling Stream Qualification code: 02089 - IDM NQF Exit level: 6 Total credits: 360 Qualification offered until 2015, and ONLY for students previously registered for this qualification. NSC (Degree) with Mathematics & English passed with a rating of 4 OR Matriculation exemption with at least E(40%) for Higher Grade Admission requirements: Rules:
Mathematics & English or at least D(50%) for Standard Grade Mathematics & English.

Students who have passed DSC2601, need not register for DSC2605.

First level
Module
Group A. Compulsory CSS101H - Comprehension Skills for Science DSC1510 - Introduction to The Business World DSC1630 - Introductory Financial Mathematics EUP1501 - Ethical Information and Communication Technologies for Development Solutions INF1505 - Introduction to Business Information Systems INF1511 - Visual Programming I INF1520 - Human-Computer Interaction I MAT1503 - Linear Algebra MAT1511 - Precalculus Mathematics B MAT1512 - Calculus A MAT1613 - Calculus B STA1501 - Descriptive Statistics and Probability STA1502 - Statistical Inference I Group B. Choose 1 from the following COS1501 - Theoretical Computer Science I DSC1620 - Mathematical Modelling I

Pre/Co-requisite

Co: MAT1512 Co: STA1501

Second level
Module
Group A. Compulsory COS2633 - Numerical Methods I DSC2602 - Rational Decision Making DSC2604 - Financial Modelling DSC2605 - Linear Mathematical Programming ICT2621 - Structured Systems Analysis and Design ICT2622 - Object-Oriented Analysis STA2603 - Distribution Theory II

Pre/Co-requisite
Pre: COS1511 & MAT1512 & MAT1503 Pre: DSC1510 & DSC1630 Pre: DSC1510 & DSC1630 Pre: MAT1503 & MAT1512 Pre: INF1505 or COS1521 Pre: (INF1505 or COS1521) & (EUP1501 or COS1512 or INF1511) Pre: (STA1502 & DSC1620) or (STA1503 & MAT1512)

Third level
Module
Group A. Compulsory DSC3702 - Optimisation of Resources DSC3703 - Simulation DSC3704 - Models for Strategic Decision-Making DSC3705 - Financial Risk Modelling DSC3707 - Mathematical Modelling II INF3703 - Databases II INF3705 - Advanced Systems Development Group B. Choose 2 from the following INF3707 - Database Design and Implementation INF3708 - Software Project Management INF3720 - Human-Computer Interaction II

Pre/Co-requisite
Pre: DSC2602 & DSC2601 or (DSC2605 & DSC2606) Pre: DSC2602 & DSC2601 or (DSC2605 & DSC2606); Co: STA2602 Pre: DSC2602 & DSC2601 or (DSC2605 & DSC2606) Pre: DSC2602 & DSC2601 or (DSC2605 & DSC2606) Pre: DSC2602 & DSC2601 or (DSC2605 & DSC2606) Pre: ICT2621 or ICT2622 Pre: ICT2621 & ICT2622 Pre: ICT2621 or ICT2622 Co: INF1520

87

Bachelor of Science

Stream Information Technology and Computer Science: Scientific Computing Stream Qualification code: 02089 - ISC NQF Exit level: 6 Total credits: 360 Qualification offered until 2015, and ONLY for students previously registered for this qualification. NSC (Degree) with Mathematics & English passed with a rating of 4 OR Matriculation exemption with at least E(40%) for Higher Grade Admission requirements: Rules:
Mathematics & English or at least D(50%) for Standard Grade Mathematics & English.

Students who have passed DSC2601, need not register for DSC2605.

First level
Module
Group A. Compulsory APM1513 - Applied Linear Algebra APM1514 - Mathematical Modelling COS1501 - Theoretical Computer Science I COS1511 - Introduction to Programming I COS1512 - Introduction to Programming II COS1521 - Computer Systems: Fundamental Concepts CSS101H - Comprehension Skills for Science EUP1501 - Ethical Information and Communication Technologies for Development Solutions MAT1503 - Linear Algebra MAT1511 - Precalculus Mathematics B MAT1512 - Calculus A MAT1613 - Calculus B STA1510 - Basic Statistics

Pre/Co-requisite

Co: EUP1501 Pre: COS1511

Co: MAT1512

Second level
Module
Group A. Compulsory COS2601 - Theoretical Computer Science II COS2611 - Programming: Data Structures COS2614 - Programming: Contemporary Concepts COS2621 - Computer Organisation COS2626 - Computer Networks I COS2633 - Numerical Methods I DSC2602 - Rational Decision Making DSC2605 - Linear Mathematical Programming MAT2612 - Introduction to Discrete Mathematics

Pre/Co-requisite
Pre: COS1501 or MAT2612 Pre: COS1512 Pre: COS1512 Pre: COS1512 & COS1521 Pre: COS1511 & MAT1512 & MAT1503 Pre: DSC1510 & DSC1630 Pre: MAT1503 & MAT1512 Pre: COS1501 or MAT1512 or MAT1613 or MAT1503

Third level
Module
Group A. Compulsory APM3711 - Numerical Methods II COS3701 - Theoretical Computer Science III COS3711 - Advanced Programming COS3712 - Computer Graphics COS3721 - Operating Systems and Architecture DSC3702 - Optimisation of Resources INF3703 - Databases II MAT3707 - Discrete Mathematics: Combinatorics

Pre/Co-requisite
Pre: COS2633 Pre: COS2601 Pre: COS2611 & COS2614 Pre: COS2611 & MAT1503 Pre: COS2621 Pre: DSC2602 & DSC2601 or (DSC2605 & DSC2606) Pre: COS2611 or ICT2622

88

Bachelor of Science

Stream Information Technology and Computer Science: Software Engineering Stream Qualification code: 02089 - ISE NQF Exit level: 6 Total credits: 360 Qualification offered until 2015, and ONLY for students previously registered for this qualification. NSC (Degree) with Mathematics & English passed with a rating of 4 OR Matriculation exemption with at least E(40%) for Higher Grade Admission requirements:
Mathematics & English or at least D(50%) for Standard Grade Mathematics & English.

First level
Module
Group A. Compulsory COS1501 - Theoretical Computer Science I COS1511 - Introduction to Programming I COS1512 - Introduction to Programming II COS1521 - Computer Systems: Fundamental Concepts CSS101H - Comprehension Skills for Science EUP1501 - Ethical Information and Communication Technologies for Development Solutions INF1505 - Introduction to Business Information Systems INF1511 - Visual Programming I INF1520 - Human-Computer Interaction I STA1510 - Basic Statistics Group B. Choose 5 from the following FAC1502 - Financial Accounting Principles, Concepts and Procedures LIN1501 - Grammatical Patterns and Concepts MAT1503 - Linear Algebra MAT1510 - Precalculus Mathematics A MAT1511 - Precalculus Mathematics B MAT1512 - Calculus A MAT1613 - Calculus B

Pre/Co-requisite
Co: EUP1501 Pre: COS1511

Co: MAT1512

Second level
Module
Group A. Compulsory COS2611 - Programming: Data Structures COS2614 - Programming: Contemporary Concepts ICT2621 - Structured Systems Analysis and Design ICT2622 - Object-Oriented Analysis Group B. Choose 4 from the following COS2601 - Theoretical Computer Science II COS2621 - Computer Organisation COS2626 - Computer Networks I COS2633 - Numerical Methods I COS2661 - Formal Logic II

Pre/Co-requisite
Pre: COS1512 Pre: COS1512 Pre: INF1505 or COS1521 Pre: (INF1505 or COS1521) & (EUP1501 or COS1512 or INF1511) Pre: COS1501 Pre: COS1512 & COS1521 Pre: COS1511 & MAT1512 & MAT1503 Pre: COS1501

Third level
Module
Group A. Compulsory INF3703 - Databases II INF3705 - Advanced Systems Development Group B. Choose at least 1 from INF3707 - Database Design and Implementation INF3708 - Software Project Management INF3720 - Human-Computer Interaction II Group C. Choose at least 5 from APM3711 - Numerical Methods II COS3701 - Theoretical Computer Science III COS3711 - Advanced Programming COS3712 - Computer Graphics COS3721 - Operating Systems and Architecture COS3751 - Techniques of Artificial Intelligence COS3761 - Formal Logic III

Pre/Co-requisite
Pre: COS2611 or ICT2621 or ICT2622 Pre: ICT2621 & ICT2622 Pre: ICT2621 or ICT2622 Co: INF1520 Pre: COS2633 Pre: COS2601 Pre: COS2611 & COS2614 Pre: COS2611 & MAT1503 Pre: COS2621 Pre: COS2611 & COS2661 Pre: COS2661

89

Bachelor of Science

Stream Information Technology and Computer Science: Information Systems and Geography Qualification code: 02089 - ISG NQF Exit level: 6 Total credits: 360 Qualification offered until 2015, and ONLY for students previously registered for this qualification. NSC (Degree) with Mathematics & English passed with a rating of 4 OR Matriculation exemption with at least E(40%) for Higher Grade Admission requirements: Rules:
Mathematics & English or at least D(50%) for Standard Grade Mathematics & English.

Students who have passed DSC2601, need not register for DSC2605.

First level
Module
Group A. Compulsory AGE1501 - Introduction to Archaeology COS1521 - Computer Systems: Fundamental Concepts CSS101H - Comprehension Skills for Science DSC1520 - Quantitative Modelling I DSC1620 - Mathematical Modelling I EUP1501 - Ethical Information and Communication Technologies for Development Solutions GGH1501 - Know Your World: Introduction to Geography GGH1502 - World Issues: A Geographical Perspective INF1505 - Introduction to Business Information Systems INF1511 - Visual Programming I INF1520 - Human-Computer Interaction I STA1510 - Basic Statistics

Pre/Co-requisite

Second level
Module
Group A. Compulsory DSC2602 - Rational Decision Making DSC2605 - Linear Mathematical Programming GGH2601 - The African Challenge: People and Environment GGH2602 - The Geography of Services Provision GGH2603 - The Interpretation of Maps, Aerial Photographs and Satellite Images GGH2604 - People and The Natural Environment: Use and Impact ICT2621 - Structured Systems Analysis and Design ICT2622 - Object-Oriented Analysis Group B. Choose 1 from the following AGE2601 - Archaeological Fieldwork Techniques and Analytical Methods COS2626 - Computer Networks I

Pre/Co-requisite
Pre: DSC1510 & DSC1630 Pre: DSC1520

Pre: INF1505 or COS1521 Pre: (INF1505 or COS1521) & (EUP1501 or COS1512 or INF1511)

Third level
Module
Group A. Compulsory GGH3701 - State of The Environment in Southern Africa GGH3702 - Spatial Economic Development GGH3703 - Introduction to Geographical Information Systems GGH3704 - Development of Urban Space INF3703 - Databases II INF3705 - Advanced Systems Development INF3707 - Database Design and Implementation INF3720 - Human-Computer Interaction II Group B. Choose 2 from the following AGE3701 - The Interpretation of Archaeological Data DSC3702 - Optimisation of Resources DSC3703 - Simulation DSC3704 DSC3705 GGH3705 INF3708 Models for Strategic Decision-Making Financial Risk Modelling Environmental Evaluation and Impact Assessment Software Project Management

Pre/Co-requisite

Pre: ICT2621 or ICT2622 Pre: ICT2621 & ICT2622 Pre: ICT2621 or ICT2622 Co: INF1520

Pre: DSC2602 & DSC2601 or (DSC2605 & DSC2606) Pre: DSC2602 & DSC2601 or (DSC2605 & DSC2606); Co: STA2602 Pre: DSC2602 & DSC2601 or (DSC2605 & DSC2606) Pre: DSC2602 & DSC2601 or (DSC2605 & DSC2606)

90

Bachelor of Science

Stream Information Technology and Computer Science: Information Technology Management Stream Qualification code: 02089 - ITM NQF Exit level: 6 Total credits: 360 Qualification offered until 2015, and ONLY for students previously registered for this qualification. NSC (Degree) with Mathematics & English passed with a rating of 4 OR Matriculation exemption with at least E(40%) for Higher Grade Admission requirements:
Mathematics & English or at least D(50%) for Standard Grade Mathematics & English.

First level
Module
Group A. Compulsory COS1511 - Introduction to Programming I COS1512 - Introduction to Programming II COS1521 - Computer Systems: Fundamental Concepts CSS101H - Comprehension Skills for Science EUP1501 - Ethical Information and Communication Technologies for Development Solutions FAC1502 - Financial Accounting Principles, Concepts and Procedures FAC1601 - Financial Accounting Reporting INF1505 - Introduction to Business Information Systems INF1511 - Visual Programming I MNB1501 - Business Management IA MNB1601 - Business Management IB STA1510 - Basic Statistics Group B. Choose 2 from the following COS1501 - Theoretical Computer Science I DSC1510 - Introduction to The Business World DSC1520 - Quantitative Modelling I DSC1620 - Mathematical Modelling I DSC1630 - Introductory Financial Mathematics INF1520 - Human-Computer Interaction I

Pre/Co-requisite
Co: EUP1501 Pre: COS1511

Pre: FAC1502

Pre: MNB101 or MNB1501

Second level
Module
Group A. Compulsory AUE202M - Introduction to The Performing of The Audit Process COS2611 - Programming: Data Structures COS2614 - Programming: Contemporary Concepts COS2621 - Computer Organisation COS2626 - Computer Networks I ICT2621 - Structured Systems Analysis and Design ICT2622 - Object-Oriented Analysis Group B. Choose 1 from the following AIN2601 - Practical Accounting Data Processing MNE2601 - Introduction to Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management MNM202Y - Marketing Management MNO2601 - Production and Operations Management

Pre/Co-requisite
Pre: FAC1502 & FAC1601 Pre: COS1512 Pre: COS1512 Pre: COS1512 & COS1521 Pre: INF1505 or COS1521 Pre: (INF1505 or COS1521) & (EUP1501 or COS1512 or INF1511) Pre: FAC1502 & INF1505 Pre: MNB101D & MNB102E or MNB1501 & MNB1601 Pre: MNB101D & MNB102E or MNB1501 & MNB1601

Third level
Module
Group A. Compulsory INF3703 - Databases II INF3705 - Advanced Systems Development INF3707 - Database Design and Implementation INF3708 - Software Project Management MNG301A - Strategic Planning IIIA MNG302B - Strategic Implementation IIIB Group B. Choose 2 from the following COS3711 - Advanced Programming COS3721 - Operating Systems and Architecture INF3720 - Human-Computer Interaction II

Pre/Co-requisite
Pre: COS2611 or ICT2621 or ICT2622 Pre: ICT2621 & ICT2622 Pre: ICT2621 or ICT2622 Pre: MNG2016 Co: MNG301A Pre: COS2611 & COS2614 Pre: COS2621 Co: INF1520

91

Bachelor Of Science

Stream Mathematical And Statistical Science: Applied Mathematics Stream Qualification code: 02089 - MAM NQF Exit level: 6 Total credits: 360 Qualification offered until 2015, and ONLY for students previously registered for this qualification. Admission requirements: NSC (Degree) with Mathematics & English passed with a rating of 4 OR Matriculation exemption with at least E(40%) for Higher Grade Mathematics & English or at least D(50%) for Standard Grade Mathematics & English First level Module Group A. Compulsory EUP1501 End-User Computing (Practical) MAT1503 Linear Algebra (Mathematics) MAT1510 Precalculus Mathematics A MAT1511 Precalculus Mathematics B MAT1512 Calculus A MAT1613 Calculus B (Mathematics) Group B. Choose at least 2 modules from the following PHY1505 Mechanics (Physics) APM1513 Applied Linear Algebra APM1514 Mathematical Modelling APM1612 Mechanics 2 DSC1510 Introduction to the Business World DSC1630 Introductory Financial Mathematics Group C. Choose at least 5 modules from the following subjects Astronomy Computer Science Operations Research Physics Statistics Second level Module Group A. Compulsory APM2611 Differential Equations MAT2615 Calculus in Higher Dimensions Group B. Choose at least 2 modules from the following APM2614 Applied Dynamical Systems APM2616 Computer Algebra COS2633 Numerical Methods I Group C. Choose at least 6 modules from the following subjects Astronomy Computer Science Mathematics Operations Research Physics Statistics Third level Module Group A. Compulsory APM3701 Partial Differential Equations APM3711 Numerical Methods 2 APM3712 Mechanics and Calculus Variations APM3713 Special Relativity and Riemannian Geometry MAT3706 Ordinary Differential Equations MAT3707 Dicrete Mathematics: Combinatorics Group B. Choose at least 4 modules from the following subjects Applied Mathematics Astronomy Computer Science Operations Research Physics Statistics Pre/Co-requisite

Pre/Co-requisite Pre: MAT1512 & MAT1613 Pre: MAT1503 & MAT1512 & MAT1613 Pre: COS1511 & MAT1503 or APM1513 & MAT1512 Pre: COS1511 or MAT1512 or MAT1503

Pre/Co-requisite Pre: Any 2 APM or MAT modules on second level Pre: COS2633 Pre: Any 2 APM or MAT modules on second level Pre: Any 2 APM or MAT modules on second level Pre: Any 2 APM or MAT modules on second level Pre: Any 2 APM or MAT modules on second level

92

Bachelor Of Science

Stream Mathematical And Statistical Science: Mathematics Stream Qualification code: 02089 - MMA NQF Exit level: 6 Total credits: 360 Qualification offered until 2015, and ONLY for students previously registered for this qualification. Admission requirements: NSC (Degree) with Mathematics & English passed with a rating of 4 OR Matriculation exemption with at least E(40%) for Higher Grade Mathematics & English or at least D(50%) for Standard Grade Mathematics & English Rules: From 2010 no new registrations will be allowed for this stream. Students have until the end of 2015 to complete the qualification, after which students will be transferred to the BSc General degree.

First level

Module Group A. Compulsory. DSC1630 - Introductory Financial Mathematics EUP1501 - Ethical Information and Communication Technologies for development solutions MAT1503 - Linear Algebra MAT1510 - Precalculus Mathematics A MAT1511 - Precalculus Mathematics B MAT1512 - Calculus A MAT1613 - Calculus B Group B. Choose 8 modules from the following subjects Applied Mathematics Astronomy Computer Science Operations Research Physics Statistics

Pre/Co-requisite

Second level

Module Group A. Compulsory MAT2611 Linear Algebra MAT2613 Real Analysis Group B. Choose at least 2 from APM2611 Differential Equations APM2614 Applied Dynamical Systems APM2616 Computer Algebra MAT2612 Introduction to Discrete Mathematics MAT2615 Calculus in Higher Dimensions Group C. Choose at least 4 modules from the following subjects Applied Mathematics Astronomy Computer Science Operations Research Physics Statistics Module Module Group A. Compulsory APM3701 Partial Differential Equations MAT3701 Linear Algebra MAT3702 Algebra MAT3705 Complex Analysis MAT3706 Ordinary Differential Equations MAT3707 Dicrete Mathematics: Combinatorics MAT3711 Real Analysis Group C. Choose at least 4 modules from the following subjects Applied Mathematics Astronomy Computer Science Operations Research Physics Statistics

Pre/Co-requisite Pre: MAT1503 Pre: MAT1512 & MAT1613 Pre: MAT1512 & MAT1613 Pre: MAT1503 & MAT1512 & MAT1613 Pre: DSC1510, DSC1630 & any two of MAT1512, MAT1613, MAT1503 Pre: COS1501 or MAT1512 or MAT1613 or MAT1503 Pre: MAT1503 & MAT1512

Third level

Pre/Co-requisite Pre: Any 2 APM or MAT modules on second level Pre: MAT2611 or MAT211R Pre: Any 2 APM or MAT modules on second level Pre: MAT2613 or MAT2615 Pre: Any 2 APM or MAT modules on second level Pre: Any 2 APM or MAT modules on second level Pre: Any 2 APM or MAT modules on second level

93

Bachelor of Science

Stream Mathematical and Statistical Science: Environmental Statistics Stream Qualification code: 02089 - MES NQF Exit level: 6 Total credits: 360 Qualification offered until 2015, and ONLY for students previously registered for this qualification. NSC (Degree) with Mathematics & English passed with a rating of 4 OR Matriculation exemption with at least E(40%) for Higher Grade Admission requirements:
Mathematics & English or at least D(50%) for Standard Grade Mathematics & English

First level
Module
Group A. Compulsory CSS101H - Comprehension Skills for Science DSC1630 - Introductory Financial Mathematics EUP1501 - Ethical Information and Communication Technologies for Development Solutions GGH1501 - Know Your World: Introduction to Geography GGH1502 - World Issues: A Geographical Perspective INF1505 - Introduction to Business Information Systems MAT1503 - Linear Algebra MAT1511 - Precalculus Mathematics B MAT1512 - Calculus A MAT1613 - Calculus B STA1501 - Descriptive Statistics and Probability STA1502 - Statistical Inference I STA1503 - Distribution Theory I

Pre/Co-requisite

Co: MAT1512 Co: STA1501 Pre: STA1501; Co: STA1502 & (MAT1512 or DSC1620)

Second level
Module
Group A. Compulsory GGH2603 - The Interpretation of Maps, Aerial Photographs and Satellite Images GGH2604 - People and The Natural Environment: Use and Impact MAT2611 - Linear Algebra MAT2615 - Calculus in Higher Dimensions STA2601 - Applied Statistics II STA2602 - Statistical Inference II STA2603 - Distribution Theory II STA2604 - Forecasting II Group B. Choose 1 from the following GGH2601 - The African Challenge: People and Environment GGH2602 - The Geography of Services Provision ICT2621 - Structured Systems Analysis and Design

Pre/Co-requisite

Pre: MAT1503 Pre: MAT1503 & MAT1512 Pre: STA1501 &STA1502 Pre: STA1501 & STA1502; Co: STA1503 Pre: (STA1502 & DSC1620) or (STA1503 & MAT1512) Pre: STA1501 & STA1502

Pre: INF1505 or COS1521

Third level
Module
Group A. Compulsory GGH3701 - State of The Environment in Southern Africa GGH3702 - Spatial Economic Development GGH3703 - Introduction to Geographical Information Systems GGH3705 - Environmental Evaluation and Impact Assessment STA3701 - Applied Statistics III STA3702 - Statistical Inference III STA3703 - Distribution Theory III Group B. Choose 1 from the following STA3704 - Time Series III STA3705 - Sampling Techniques

Pre/Co-requisite

Pre: STA2601; Co: MAT2611 & STA3703 Pre: STA2603 or (STA2602 & STA2610) Pre: (STA2603 & MAT2615 ) or (STA2603 & STA2610) Pre: STA2604 Pre: STA2601

94

Bachelor of Science

Stream Mathematical and Statistical Science: Financial Modelling Stream Qualification code: 02089 - MFI NQF Exit level: 6 Total credits: 360 Qualification offered until 2015, and ONLY for students previously registered for this qualification. NSC (Degree) with Mathematics & English passed with a rating of 4 OR Matriculation exemption with at least E(40%) for Higher Grade Admission requirements: Rules:
Mathematics & English or at least D(50%) for Standard Grade Mathematics & English

Students who have passed DSC2601, need not register for DSC2605.

First level
Module
Group A. Compulsory APM1514 - Mathematical Modelling COS1511 - Introduction to Programming I DSC1510 - Introduction to The Business World DSC1630 - Introductory Financial Mathematics ECS1501 - Economics IA ECS1601 - Economics IB IOP1501 - Psychological Processes in Work Context MAT1503 - Linear Algebra MAT1511 - Precalculus Mathematics B MAT1512 - Calculus A MAT1613 - Calculus B STA1501 - Descriptive Statistics and Probability STA1502 - Statistical Inference I

Pre/Co-requisite

Pre: ECS101 or ECS1501

Co: MAT1512 Co: STA1501

Second level
Module
Group A. Compulsory APM2611 - Differential Equations COS2633 - Numerical Methods I DSC2602 - Rational Decision Making DSC2604 - Financial Modelling DSC2605 - Linear Mathematical Programming ECS2605 - South African Financial System MAT2611 - Linear Algebra STA2601 - Applied Statistics II STA2603 - Distribution Theory II

Pre/Co-requisite
Pre: MAT1512 & MAT1613 Pre: COS1511 & MAT1512 & MAT1503 Pre: DSC1510 & DSC1630 Pre: DSC1510 & DSC1630 Pre: MAT1503 & MAT1512 Pre: ECS1601 Pre: MAT1503 Pre: STA1501 &STA1502 Pre: (STA1502 & DSC1620) or (STA1503 & MAT1512)

Third level
Module
Group A. Compulsory APM3701 - Partial Differential Equations APM3711 - Numerical Methods II DSC3702 - Optimisation of Resources DSC3703 - Simulation DSC3704 - Models for Strategic Decision-Making DSC3705 - Financial Risk Modelling IOP3708 - Investor Psychology MAT3706 - Ordinary Differential Equations

Pre/Co-requisite
Pre: Any 2 APM or MAT modules on second level Pre: COS2633 Pre: DSC2602 & DSC2601 or DSC2605, DSC2606 Pre: DSC2602 & DSC2601 or DSC2605, DSC2606 Pre: DSC2602 & DSC2601 or DSC2605, DSC2606 Pre: DSC2602 & DSC2601 or DSC2605, DSC2606 Pre: Any 2 APM or MAT modules on second level

95

Bachelor of Science

Stream Mathematical and Statistical Science: Mathematical: Modelling Stream Qualification code: 02089 - MMM NQF Exit level: 6 Total credits: 360 Qualification offered until 2015, and ONLY for students previously registered for this qualification. NSC (Degree) with Mathematics & English passed with a rating of 4 OR Matriculation exemption with at least E(40%) for Higher Grade Admission requirements: Rules:
Mathematics & English or at least D(50%) for Standard Grade Mathematics & English

Students who have passed DSC2601, need not register for DSC2605.

First level
Module
Group A. Compulsory APM1513 - Applied Linear Algebra APM1514 - Mathematical Modelling COS1511 - Introduction to Programming I CSS101H - Comprehension Skills for Science DSC1510 - Introduction to The Business World DSC1630 - Introductory Financial Mathematics EUP1501 - Ethical Information and Communication Technologies for Development Solutions MAT1503 - Linear Algebra MAT1511 - Precalculus Mathematics B MAT1512 - Calculus A MAT1613 - Calculus B STA1501 - Descriptive Statistics and Probability STA1502 - Statistical Inference I

Pre/Co-requisite

Co: EUP1501

Co: MAT1512 Co: STA1501

Second level
Module
Group A. Compulsory APM2611 - Differential Equations COS2633 - Numerical Methods I DSC2602 - Rational Decision Making DSC2604 - Financial Modelling DSC2605 - Linear Mathematical Programming MAT2611 - Linear Algebra MAT2612 - Introduction to Discrete Mathematics STA2603 - Distribution Theory II

Pre/Co-requisite
Pre: MAT1512 & MAT1613 Pre: COS1511 & MAT1512 & MAT1503 Pre: DSC1510 & DSC1630 Pre: DSC1510 & DSC1630 Pre: MAT1503 & MAT1512 Pre: MAT1503 Pre: COS1501 or MAT1512 or MAT1613 or MAT1503 Pre: (STA1502 & DSC1620) or (STA1503 & MAT1512)

Third level
Module
Group A. Compulsory APM3701 - Partial Differential Equations APM3711 - Numerical Methods II DSC3702 - Optimisation of Resources DSC3703 - Simulation DSC3704 - Models for Strategic Decision-Making DSC3705 - Financial Risk Modelling DSC3706 - Selected Topics for Operations Research MAT3706 - Ordinary Differential Equations MAT3707 - Discrete Mathematics: Combinatorics

Pre/Co-requisite
Pre: Any 2 APM or MAT modules on second level Pre: COS2633 Pre: DSC2602 & DSC2601 or DSC2605, DSC2606 Pre: DSC2602 & DSC2601 or DSC2605, DSC2606 Pre: DSC2602 & DSC2601 or DSC2605, DSC2606 Pre: DSC2602 & DSC2601 or DSC2605, DSC2606 Pre: DSC2602 & DSC2601 or DSC2605, DSC2606 Pre: Any 2 APM or MAT modules on second level Pre: Any 2 APM or MAT modules on second level

96

Bachelor of Science

Stream Mathematical and Statistical Science: Mathematical Statistics Stream Qualification code: 02089 - MMS NQF Exit level: 6 Total credits: 360 Qualification offered until 2015, and ONLY for students previously registered for this qualification. NSC (Degree) with Mathematics & English passed with a rating of 4 OR Matriculation exemption with at least E(40%) for Higher Grade Admission requirements:
Mathematics & English or at least D(50%) for Standard Grade Mathematics & English

First level
Module
Group A. Compulsory APM1513 - Applied Linear Algebra COS1511 - Introduction to Programming I COS1512 - Introduction to Programming II CSS101H - Comprehension Skills for Science DSC1630 - Introductory Financial Mathematics EUP1501 - Ethical Information and Communication Technologies for Development Solutions MAT1503 - Linear Algebra MAT1511 - Precalculus Mathematics B MAT1512 - Calculus A MAT1613 - Calculus B STA1501 - Descriptive Statistics and Probability STA1502 - Statistical Inference I STA1503 - Distribution Theory I

Pre/Co-requisite
Co: EUP1501 Pre: COS1511

Co: MAT1512 Co: STA1501 Pre: STA1501; Co: STA1502 & (MAT1512 or DSC1620)

Second level
Module
Group A. Compulsory MAT2611 - Linear Algebra MAT2613 - Real Analysis MAT2615 - Calculus in Higher Dimensions STA2601 - Applied Statistics II STA2602 - Statistical Inference II STA2603 - Distribution Theory II STA2604 - Forecasting II Group B. Choose 2 from the following APM2611 - Differential Equations COS2633 - Numerical Methods I MAT2612 - Introduction to Discrete Mathematics

Pre/Co-requisite
Pre: MAT1503 Pre: MAT1512 & MAT1613 Pre: MAT1503 & MAT1512 Pre: STA1501 &STA1502 Pre: STA1501 & STA1502; Co: STA1503 Pre: (STA1502 & DSC1620) or (STA1503 & MAT1512) Pre: STA1501 & STA1502 Pre: MAT1512 & MAT1613 Pre: COS1511 & MAT1512 & MAT1503 Pre: COS1501 or MAT1512 or MAT1613 or MAT1503

Third level
Module
Group A. Compulsory MAT3701 - Linear Algebra MAT3705 - Complex Analysis STA3701 - Applied Statistics III STA3702 - Statistical Inference III STA3703 - Distribution Theory III STA3704 - Time Series III STA3705 - Sampling Techniques Group B. Choose 1 from the following MAT3702 - Algebra MAT3706 - Ordinary Differential Equations

Pre/Co-requisite
Pre: MAT2611 or MAT211R Pre: MAT2613 or MAT2615 Pre: STA2601; Co: MAT2611 & STA3703 Pre: STA2603 or (STA2602 & STA2610) Pre: (STA2603 & MAT2615 ) or (STA2603 & STA2610) Pre: STA2604 Pre: STA2601 Pre: Any 2 APM or MAT modules on second level Pre: Any 2 APM or MAT modules on second level

97

Bachelor of Science

Stream Mathematical and Statistical Science: Statistical Decision Science Stream Qualification code: 02089 - MSD NQF Exit level: 6 Total credits: 360 Qualification offered until 2015, and ONLY for students previously registered for this qualification. NSC (Degree) with Mathematics & English passed with a rating of 4 OR Matriculation exemption with at least E(40%) for Higher Grade Admission requirements: Rules:
Mathematics & English or at least D(50%) for Standard Grade Mathematics & English

Students who have passed DSC2601, need not register for DSC2605.

First level
Module
Group A. Compulsory COS1511 - Introduction to Programming I COS1512 - Introduction to Programming II COS1521 - Computer Systems: Fundamental Concepts DSC1510 - Introduction to The Business World DSC1630 - Introductory Financial Mathematics MAT1503 - Linear Algebra MAT1512 - Calculus A STA1501 - Descriptive Statistics and Probability STA1502 - Statistical Inference I

Pre/Co-requisite
Co: EUP1501 Pre: COS1511

Co: STA1501

Second level
Module
Group A. Compulsory COS2611 - Programming: Data Structures COS2614 - Programming: Contemporary Concepts DSC2602 - Rational Decision Making DSC2604 - Financial Modelling DSC2605 - Linear Mathematical Programming ICT2621 - Structured Systems Analysis and Design STA2601 - Applied Statistics II STA2602 - Statistical Inference II STA2603 - Distribution Theory II STA2604 STA3710 - Forecasting II - Mathematical Techniques in Statistics

Pre/Co-requisite
Pre: COS1512 Pre: COS1512 Pre: DSC1510 & DSC1630 Pre: DSC1510 & DSC1630 Pre: MAT1503 & MAT1512 Pre: INF1505 or COS1521 Pre: STA1501 &STA1502 Pre: STA1501 & STA1502; Co: STA1503 Pre: (STA1502 & DSC1620) or (STA1503 & MAT1512) Pre: STA1501 & STA1502 Pre: STA2603 or STA2610

Third level
Module
Group A. Compulsory DSC3702 - Optimisation of Resources DSC3703 - Simulation DSC3704 - Models for Strategic Decision-Making DSC3705 - Financial Risk Modelling INF3703 - Databases II INF3707 - Database Design and Implementation STA3701 - Applied Statistics III STA3702 - Statistical Inference III STA3703 - Distribution Theory III STA3704 - Time Series III

Pre/Co-requisite
Pre: DSC2602 & DSC2601 or DSC2605, DSC2606 Pre: DSC2602 & DSC2601 or DSC2605, DSC2606 Pre: DSC2602 & DSC2601 or DSC2605, DSC2606 Pre: DSC2602 & DSC2601 or DSC2605, DSC2606 Pre: COS2611 or ICT2621 Pre: COS2611 or ICT2621 Pre: STA2601; Co: STA3703 Pre: STA2603 or (STA2602 & STA2610) Pre: (STA2603 & MAT2615 ) or (STA2603 & STA2610) Pre: STA2604

98

Bachelor of Science

Stream Mathematical and Statistical Science: Statistics for Management Stream Qualification code: 02089 - MSM NQF Exit level: 6 Total credits: 360 Qualification offered until 2015, and ONLY for students previously registered for this qualification. NSC (Degree) with Mathematics & English passed with a rating of 4 OR Matriculation exemption with at least E(40%) for Higher Grade Admission requirements: Rules:
Mathematics & English or at least D(50%) for Standard Grade Mathematics & English

Students who have passed DSC2601, need not register for DSC2605.

First level
Module
Group A. Compulsory CSS101H - Comprehension Skills for Science DSC1510 - Introduction to The Business World DSC1630 - Introductory Financial Mathematics ECS1501 - Economics IA EUP1501 - Ethical Information and Communication Technologies for Development Solutions INF1505 - Introduction to Business Information Systems MAT1503 - Linear Algebra MAT1511 - Precalculus Mathematics B MAT1512 - Calculus A MAT1613 - Calculus B STA1501 - Descriptive Statistics and Probability STA1502 - Statistical Inference I STA1503 - Distribution Theory I

Pre/Co-requisite

Co: MAT1512 Co: STA1501 Pre: STA1501; Co: STA1502 & (MAT1512 or DSC1620)

Second level
Module
Group A. Compulsory DSC2602 - Rational Decision Making DSC2604 - Financial Modelling DSC2605 - Linear Mathematical Programming MAT2611 - Linear Algebra MAT2615 - Calculus in Higher Dimensions STA2601 - Applied Statistics II STA2602 - Statistical Inference II STA2603 - Distribution Theory II STA2604 - Forecasting II

Pre/Co-requisite
Pre: DSC1510 & DSC1630 Pre: DSC1510 & DSC1630 Pre: MAT1503 & MAT1512 Pre: MAT1503 Pre: MAT1503 & MAT1512 Pre: STA1501 &STA1502 Pre: STA1502; Co: STA1503 Pre: (STA1502 & DSC1620) or (STA1503 & MAT1512) Pre: STA1501 & STA1502

Third level
Module
Group A. Compulsory DSC3703 - Simulation DSC3705 - Financial Risk Modelling DSC3706 - Selected Topics for Operations Research STA3701 - Applied Statistics III STA3702 - Statistical Inference III STA3703 - Distribution Theory III Group B. Choose 2 from the following DSC3702 - Optimisation of Resources DSC3704 - Models for Strategic Decision-Making STA3704 - Time Series III STA3705 - Sampling Techniques

Pre/Co-requisite
Pre: DSC2602 & DSC2601 or DSC2605, DSC2606 Pre: DSC2602 & DSC2601 or DSC2605, DSC2606 Pre: DSC2602 & DSC2601 or DSC2605, DSC2606 Pre: STA2601; Co: MAT2611 & STA3703 Pre: STA2603 or (STA2602 & STA2610) Pre: (STA2603 & MAT2615 ) or (STA2603 & STA2610) Pre: DSC2602 & DSC2601 or DSC2605, DSC2606 Pre: DSC2602 & DSC2601 or DSC2605, DSC2606 Pre: STA2604 Pre: STA2601

99

Bachelor of Science

Stream Natural Sciences: Astronomy Stream Qualification code: 02089 - NAS NQF Exit level: 6 Total credits: 360 Qualification offered until 2015, and ONLY for students previously registered for this qualification. NSC (Degree) with Mathematics & English passed with a rating of 4 OR Matriculation exemption with at least E(40%) for Higher Grade Admission requirements:
Mathematics & English or at least D(50%) for Standard Grade Mathematics & English

First level
Module
Group A. Compulsory AST1534 - Spherical Astronomy and Kepler Orbits AST1631 - General Introduction to Astronomy CSS101H - Comprehension Skills for Science EUP1501 - Ethical Information and Communication Technologies for Development Solutions MAT1503 - Linear Algebra MAT1511 - Precalculus Mathematics B MAT1512 - Calculus A MAT1613 - Calculus B PHY1503 - Physics Practical Work I PHY1505 - Mechanics (Physics) PHY1506 - Electromagnetism and Heat (Physics) PHY1604 - Modern Physics Group B. Choose 3 from the following APM1513 - Applied Linear Algebra APM1514 - Mathematical Modelling COS1511 - Introduction to Programming I COS1512 - Introduction to Programming II STA1510 - Basic Statistics

Pre/Co-requisite

Co: MAT1512 Co: PHY1505 & PHY1506

Co: EUP1501 Pre: COS1511

Second level
Module
Group A. Compulsory APM2611 - Differential Equations AST2651 - The Structure and Evolution of Stars AST2652 AST2655 MAT2615 PHY2601 PHY2602 PHY2606 - The Structure and Evolution of Galaxies Astronomy Practical Calculus in Higher Dimensions Classical Mechanics Electricity and Magnetism (Physics) Waves (Physics)

Pre/Co-requisite
Pre: MAT1512 & MAT1613 Pre: PHY1604 & PHY1505 & PHY1506 & MAT1512 & MAT1613 Pre: PHY1604 & PHY1505 & PHY1506 & MAT1512 & MAT1613 Pre: PHY1503 Pre: MAT1503 & MAT1512 Pre: PHY1505 & MAT1503 & MAT1512 Pre: PHY1506 & MAT1503 & MAT1512 Pre: PHY1505 & PHY1506 & MAT1503 & MAT1512

Third level
Module
Group A. Compulsory APM3712 - Mechanics and Calculus of Variations APM3713 - Special Relativity and Riemannian Geometry AST3755 - Advanced Astronomy Practical AST3763 - Observational Techniques PHY3702 - Quantum Physics PHY3703 - Statistical and Thermal Physics Group B. Choose 2 from the following APM2616 - Computer Algebra APM3701 - Partial Differential Equations APM3711 - Numerical Methods II COS2633 - Numerical Methods I MAT3705 - Complex Analysis MAT3706 - Ordinary Differential Equations

Pre/Co-requisite
Pre: Any 2 APM or MAT modules on second level Pre: Any 2 APM or MAT modules on second level Pre: AST2655 Pre: AST2655 or PHY2604 Pre: APM2611, PHY1604, PHY2601 & PHY2602 Pre: PHY2606; Co: PHY3702 Pre: COS1511 & MAT1503 or APM1513 & MAT1512 Pre: Any 2 APM or MAT modules on second level Pre: COS2633 Pre: COS1511 & MAT1512 & MAT1503 Pre: MAT2613 or MAT2615 Pre: Any 2 APM or MAT modules on second level

100

Bachelor of Science

Stream Natural Sciences: Chemistry and Physics Stream Qualification code: 02089 - NCF NQF Exit level: 6 Total credits: 360 Qualification offered until 2015, and ONLY for students previously registered for this qualification. NSC (Degree) with Mathematics & English passed with a rating of 4 OR Matriculation exemption with at least E(40%) for Higher Grade Admission requirements:
Mathematics & English or at least D(50%) for Standard Grade Mathematics & English

First level
Module
Group A. Compulsory CHE1501 - General Chemistry IA CHE1502 - General Chemistry IB CHE1503 - Chemistry I (Practical) CSS101H - Comprehension Skills for Science EUP1501 - Ethical Information and Communication Technologies for Development Solutions MAT1503 - Linear Algebra MAT1511 - Precalculus Mathematics B MAT1512 - Calculus A MAT1613 - Calculus B PHY1503 - Physics Practical Work I PHY1505 - Mechanics (Physics) PHY1506 - Electromagnetism and Heat (Physics) PHY1604 - Modern Physics Group B. Choose 2 from the following COS1511 - Introduction to Programming I COS1512 - Introduction to Programming II COS1521 - Computer Systems: Fundamental Concepts PLS2607 - Philosophy of Science STA1510 - Basic Statistics

Pre/Co-requisite
Pre: CHE1501 Pre: CHE1501; Co: CHE1502

Co: MAT1512 Co: PHY1505 & PHY1506

Co: EUP1501 Pre: COS1511

Second level
Module
Group A. Compulsory CHE2611 - Inorganic Chemistry II (Theory) CHE2612 - Physical Chemistry II (Theory) CHE2613 - Organic Chemistry II (Theory) CHE2614 - Analytical Chemistry II (Theory) CHE2621 - Inorganic Chemistry II (Practical) CHE2622 - Physical Chemistry II (Practical) CHE2623 - Organic Chemistry II (Practical) CHE2624 - Analytical Chemistry II (Practical) PHY2601 - Classical Mechanics PHY2602 - Electricity and Magnetism (Physics) PHY2606 - Waves (Physics) Group B. Choose 1 from the following COS2614 - Programming: Contemporary Concepts COS2661 - Formal Logic II MAT2611 - Linear Algebra PHY2604 - Physics Practical Work II

Pre/Co-requisite
Pre: CHE1501 & CHE1503 Pre: CHE1502 & CHE1503; Co: MAT1512 Pre: CHE1501 & CHE1503 Pre: CHE1501 & CHE1503 Pre: CHE1501 & CHE1503; Co: CHE2611 Pre: CHE1501 & CHE1503; Co: MAT1512 & CHE2612 Pre: CHE1502 & CHE1503; Co: CHE2613 Pre: CHE1501 & CHE1503; Co: CHE2614 Pre: PHY1505 & MAT1503 & MAT1512 Pre: PHY1506 & MAT1503 & MAT1512 Pre: PHY1505 & PHY1506 & MAT1503 & MAT1512 Pre: COS1512 Pre: COS1501 Pre: MAT1503 Pre: PHY1505 & PHY1506 & MAT1503 & MAT1512; Co: PHY2601 & PHY2602 & PHY2606

Third level
Module
Group A. Compulsory CHE3701 - Inorganic Chemistry III CHE3702 - Physical Chemistry III CHE3703 - Organic Chemistry III CHE3704 - Analytical Chemistry III CHE3721 - Inorganic Chemistry III Practical CHE3722 - Practical Work (Chemistry) CHE3723 - Practical Work (Chemistry) CHE3724 - Practical Work (Chemistry) PHY3702 - Quantum Physics PHY3703 - Statistical and Thermal Physics Group B. Choose 2 from the following APM3712 - Mechanics and Calculus of Variations PHY3707 - Solid State Physics PHY3708 - Atomic and Nuclear Physics

Pre/Co-requisite
Pre: CHE2611 & CHE2621 Pre: CHE2612 & CHE2622 Pre: CHE2613 & CHE2623 Pre: CHE2614 & CHE2624 Pre: CHE2611 and CHE2621 ; Co: CHE3701 Pre: CHE2612 and CHE2622 ; Co: CHE3702 Pre: CHE2613 and CHE2623 ; Co: CHE3703 Pre: CHE2614 and CHE2624 ; Co: CHE3704 pre: PHY1604, PHY2601 & PHY2602 Pre: PHY2606; Co: PHY3702 Pre: Any 2 APM or MAT modules on second level Pre: PHY2606; Co: PHY3702 Pre: PHY2606; Co: PHY3702

101

Bachelor of Science

Stream Natural Sciences: Chemistry and Microbiology Stream Qualification code: 02089 - NCK NQF Exit level: 6 Total credits: 360 Qualification offered until 2015, and ONLY for students previously registered for this qualification. NSC (Degree) with Mathematics & English passed with a rating of 4 OR Matriculation exemption with at least E(40%) for Higher Grade Admission requirements:
Mathematics & English or at least D(50%) for Standard Grade Mathematics & English

First level
Module
Group A. Compulsory BLG1501 - Basic Biology BLG1502 - Animal and Plant Diversity BLG1603 - Biology Practical CHE1501 - General Chemistry IA CHE1502 - General Chemistry IB CHE1503 - Chemistry I (Practical) CSS101H - Comprehension Skills for Science DSC1510 - Introduction to The Business World EUP1501 - Ethical Information and Communication Technologies for Development Solutions MAT1503 - Linear Algebra MAT1511 - Precalculus Mathematics B MAT1512 - Calculus A PLS2607 - Philosophy of Science

Pre/Co-requisite

Co: BLG1501 & BLG1502 Pre: CHE1501 Pre: CHE1501; Co: CHE1502

Second level
Module
Group A. Compulsory CHE2611 - Inorganic Chemistry II (Theory) CHE2612 - Physical Chemistry II (Theory) CHE2613 - Organic Chemistry II (Theory) CHE2614 - Analytical Chemistry II (Theory) CHE2621 - Inorganic Chemistry II (Practical) CHE2622 - Physical Chemistry II (Practical) CHE2623 - Organic Chemistry II (Practical) CHE2624 - Analytical Chemistry II (Practical) MIB2601 - Introductory Microbiology MIB2602 - Microbial Ecology MIB2603 - Introductory Microbial Genetics, Immunology and Epidemiology MIB2604 - Microbiology II (Practical)

Pre/Co-requisite
Pre: CHE1501 & CHE1503 Pre: CHE1502 & CHE1503; Co: MAT1512 Pre: CHE1501 & CHE1503 Pre: CHE1501 & CHE1503 Pre: CHE1501 & CHE1503; Co: CHE2611 Pre: CHE1502 & CHE1503; Co: MAT1512 & CHE2612 Pre: CHE1502 & CHE1503; Co: CHE2613 Pre: CHE1501 & CHE1503; Co: CHE2614

Pre: CHE1501 or CHE1502; Co: Any 2 of MIB2601, MIB2602, MIB2603

Third level
Module
Group A. Compulsory CHE3701 - Inorganic Chemistry III CHE3702 - Physical Chemistry III CHE3703 - Organic Chemistry III CHE3704 - Analytical Chemistry III CHE3721 - Inorganic Chemistry III Practical CHE3722 - Practical Work (Chemistry) CHE3723 - Practical Work (Chemistry) CHE3724 - Practical Work (Chemistry) MIB3701 - Microbial Physiology MIB3702 - Advanced Microbial Genetics, Recombinant DNA Technology and Industrial Microbiology MIB3703 - Microbial Diversity MIB3704 - Microbiology III (Practical)

Pre/Co-requisite
Pre: CHE2611 & CHE2621 Pre: CHE2612 & CHE2622 Pre: CHE2613 & CHE2623 Pre: CHE2614 & CHE2624 Pre: CHE2611 & CHE2621 Co: CHE3701 Pre: CHE2612 & CHE2622 ; Co: CHE3702 Pre: CHE2613 & CHE2623; Co: CHE3703 Pre: CHE2614 & CHE2624; Co: CHE3704

Pre: MIB2604; Co: Any two of the following: MIB3701, MIB3702, MIB3703

102

Bachelor of Science

Stream Natural Sciences: Chemistry and Mathematics Stream Qualification code: 02089 - NCM NQF Exit level: 6 Total credits: 360 Qualification offered until 2015, and ONLY for students previously registered for this qualification. NSC (Degree) with Mathematics & English passed with a rating of 4 OR Matriculation exemption with at least E(40%) for Higher Grade Admission requirements:
Mathematics & English or at least D(50%) for Standard Grade Mathematics & English

First level
Module
Group A. Compulsory CHE1501 - General Chemistry IA CHE1502 - General Chemistry IB CHE1503 - Chemistry I (Practical) CSS101H - Comprehension Skills for Science EUP1501 - Ethical Information and Communication Technologies for Development Solutions MAT1503 - Linear Algebra MAT1511 - Precalculus Mathematics B MAT1512 - Calculus A MAT1613 - Calculus B Group B. Choose 6 from the following APM1513 - Applied Linear Algebra APM1514 - Mathematical Modelling COS1511 - Introduction to Programming I COS1521 - Computer Systems: Fundamental Concepts DSC1510 - Introduction to The Business World PLS2607 - Philosophy of Science STA1510 - Basic Statistics

Pre/Co-requisite
Pre: CHE1501 Pre: CHE1501; Co: CHE1502

Co: MAT1512

Co: EUP1501

Second level
Module
Group A. Compulsory CHE2611 - Inorganic Chemistry II (Theory) CHE2612 - Physical Chemistry II (Theory) CHE2613 - Organic Chemistry II (Theory) CHE2614 - Analytical Chemistry II (Theory) CHE2621 - Inorganic Chemistry II (Practical) CHE2622 - Physical Chemistry II (Practical) CHE2623 - Organic Chemistry II (Practical) CHE2624 - Analytical Chemistry II (Practical) MAT2611 - Linear Algebra MAT2613 - Real Analysis Group B. Choose 2 from the following APM2611 - Differential Equations APM2614 - Applied Dynamical Systems APM2616 - Computer Algebra MAT2612 - Introduction to Discrete Mathematics MAT2615 - Calculus in Higher Dimensions

Pre/Co-requisite
Pre: CHE1501 & CHE1503 Pre: CHE1502 & CHE1503; Co: MAT1512 Pre: CHE1501 & CHE1503 Pre: CHE1501 & CHE1503 Pre: CHE1501 & CHE1503; Co: CHE2611 Pre: CHE1501 & CHE1503; Co: MAT1512 & CHE2612 Pre: CHE1502 & CHE1503; Co: CHE2613 Pre: CHE1501 & CHE1503; Co: CHE2614 Pre: MAT1503 Pre: MAT1512 & MAT1613 Pre: MAT1512 & MAT1613 Pre: MAT1503 & MAT1512 & MAT1613 Pre: COS1511 & MAT1503 or APM1513 & MAT1512 Pre: COS1501 or MAT1512 or MAT1613 or MAT1503 Pre: MAT1503 & MAT1512

Third level
Module
Group A. Compulsory CHE3701 - Inorganic Chemistry III CHE3702 - Physical Chemistry III CHE3703 - Organic Chemistry III CHE3704 - Analytical Chemistry III CHE3721 - Inorganic Chemistry III Practical CHE3722 - Practical Work (Chemistry) CHE3723 - Practical Work (Chemistry) CHE3724 - Practical Work (Chemistry) MAT3701 - Linear Algebra MAT3702 - Algebra Group B. Choose 2 from the following MAT3705 - Complex Analysis MAT3706 - Ordinary Differential Equations MAT3707 - Discrete Mathematics: Combinatorics MAT3711 - Real Analysis

Pre/Co-requisite
Pre: CHE2611 & CHE2621 Pre: CHE2612 & CHE2622 Pre: CHE2613 & CHE2623 Pre: CHE2614 & CHE2624 Pre: CHE2611 & CHE2621; Co: CHE3701 Pre: CHE2612 & CHE2622; Co: CHE3702 Pre: CHE2613 & CHE2623; Co: CHE3703 Pre: CHE2614 & CHE2624; Co: CHE3704 Pre: MAT2611 or MAT211R Pre: Any 2 APM or MAT modules on second level Pre: MAT2613 or MAT2615 Pre: Any 2 APM or MAT modules on second level Pre: Any 2 APM or MAT modules on second level Pre: Any 2 APM or MAT modules on second level

103

Bachelor of Science

Stream Natural Sciences: Chemistry and Physiology Stream Qualification code: 02089 - NCP NQF Exit level: 6 Total credits: 360 Qualification offered until 2015, and ONLY for students previously registered for this qualification. NSC (Degree) with Mathematics & English passed with a rating of 4 OR Matriculation exemption with at least E(40%) for Higher Grade Admission requirements:
Mathematics & English or at least D(50%) for Standard Grade Mathematics & English

First level
Module
Group A. Compulsory BLG1501 - Basic Biology BLG1502 - Animal and Plant Diversity BLG1603 - Biology Practical CHE1501 - General Chemistry IA CHE1502 - General Chemistry IB CHE1503 - Chemistry I (Practical) CSS101H - Comprehension Skills for Science DSC1510 - Introduction to The Business World EUP1501 - Ethical Information and Communication Technologies for Development Solutions GGH1501 - Know Your World: Introduction to Geography MAT1511 - Precalculus Mathematics B MAT1512 - Calculus A PLS2607 - Philosophy of Science STA1510 - Basic Statistics

Pre/Co-requisite

Co: BLG1501 & BLG1502 Pre: CHE1501 Pre: CHE1501; Co: CHE1502

Second level
Module
Group A. Compulsory CHE2611 - Inorganic Chemistry II (Theory) CHE2612 - Physical Chemistry II (Theory) CHE2613 - Organic Chemistry II (Theory) CHE2614 - Analytical Chemistry II (Theory) CHE2621 - Inorganic Chemistry II (Practical) CHE2622 - Physical Chemistry II (Practical) CHE2623 - Organic Chemistry II (Practical) CHE2624 - Analytical Chemistry II (Practical) FIS2601 - Digestion, Endocrine Control and Metabolism FIS2602 - Respiration and Excretion FIS2603 - Physiological Defence Mechanisms FIS2604 - Physiology II (Practical)

Pre/Co-requisite
Pre: CHE1501 & CHE1503 Pre: CHE1502 & CHE1503; Co: MAT1512 Pre: CHE1501 & CHE1503 Pre: CHE1501 & CHE1503 Pre: CHE1501 & CHE1503; Co: CHE2611 Pre: CHE1502 & CHE1503; Co: MAT1512 & CHE2612 Pre: CHE1502 & CHE1503; Co: CHE2613 Pre: CHE1501 & CHE1503; Co: CHE2614 Co: CHE1501 or CHE1502 Co: CHE1501 or CHE1502 Co: CHE1501 or CHE1502 Co: Any two of the following: FIS2601, FIS2602, FIS2603 & CHE1501 or CHE1502

Third level
Module
Group A. Compulsory CHE3701 - Inorganic Chemistry III CHE3702 - Physical Chemistry III CHE3703 - Organic Chemistry III CHE3704 - Analytical Chemistry III CHE3721 - Inorganic Chemistry III Practical CHE3722 - Practical Work (Chemistry) CHE3723 - Practical Work (Chemistry) CHE3724 - Practical Work (Chemistry) FIS3701 - Physiology of The Nervous System FIS3702 FIS3703 FIS3704 - Cardiovascular System - Membrane and Effector Physiology - Physiology (Practical)

Pre/Co-requisite
Pre: CHE2611 & CHE2621 Pre: CHE2612 & CHE2622 Pre: CHE2613 & CHE2623 Pre: CHE2614 & CHE2624 Pre: CHE2611 & CHE2621; Co: CHE3701 Pre: CHE2612 & CHE2622; Co: CHE3702 Pre: CHE2613 & CHE2623; Co: CHE3703 Pre: CHE2614 & CHE2624; Co: CHE3704 Pre: Any two of the following: FIS2601, FIS2602, FIS2603 Pre: Any two of the following: FIS2601, FIS2602, FIS2603 Pre: Any two of the following: FIS2601, FIS2602, FIS2603 Co: Any two of the following: FIS3701, FIS3702, FIS3703

104

Bachelor of Science

Stream Natural Sciences: Physics and Computer Science Stream Qualification code: 02089 - NFC NQF Exit level: 6 Total credits: 360 Qualification offered until 2015, and ONLY for students previously registered for this qualification. NSC (Degree) with Mathematics & English passed with a rating of 4 OR Matriculation exemption with at least E(40%) for Higher Grade Admission requirements:
Mathematics & English or at least D(50%) for Standard Grade Mathematics & English

First level
Module
Group A. Compulsory COS1511 - Introduction to Programming I COS1512 - Introduction to Programming II COS1521 - Computer Systems: Fundamental Concepts CSS101H - Comprehension Skills for Science EUP1501 - Ethical Information and Communication Technologies for Development Solutions MAT1503 - Linear Algebra MAT1512 - Calculus A MAT1613 - Calculus B PHY1503 - Physics Practical Work I PHY1505 - Mechanics (Physics) PHY1506 - Electromagnetism and Heat (Physics) PHY1604 - Modern Physics Group B. Choose 3 from the following APM1514 - Mathematical Modelling AST1631 - General Introduction to Astronomy CHE1501 - General Chemistry IA CHE1502 - General Chemistry IB DSC1510 - Introduction to The Business World PLS2607 - Philosophy of Science STA1510 - Basic Statistics

Pre/Co-requisite
Co: EUP1501 Pre: COS1511

Co: MAT1512 Co: PHY1505 & PHY1506

Pre: CHE1501

Second level
Module
Group A. Compulsory COS2611 - Programming: Data Structures COS2633 - Numerical Methods I MAT2611 - Linear Algebra MAT2615 - Calculus in Higher Dimensions PHY2601 - Classical Mechanics PHY2602 - Electricity and Magnetism (Physics) Group B. Choose 2 from the following APM2611 - Differential Equations COS2614 - Programming: Contemporary Concepts COS2621 - Computer Organisation PHY2604 - Physics Practical Work II PHY2606 - Waves (Physics)

Pre/Co-requisite
Pre: COS1512 Pre: COS1511 & MAT1512 & MAT1503 Pre: MAT1503 Pre: MAT1503 & MAT1512 Pre: PHY1505 & MAT1503 & MAT1512 Pre: PHY1506 & MAT1503 & MAT1512 Pre: MAT1512 & MAT1613 Pre: COS1512 Pre: COS1512 & COS1521 Pre: PHY1505 & PHY1506 & MAT1503 & MAT1512; Co: PHY2601 & PHY2602 & PHY2606 Pre: PHY1505 & PHY1506 & PHY1503 & MAT1503 & MAT1512

Third level
Module
Group A. Compulsory APM3711 - Numerical Methods II COS3711 - Advanced Programming PHY3702 - Quantum Physics PHY3703 - Statistical and Thermal Physics Group B. Choose 4 from the following APM3712 - Mechanics and Calculus of Variations APM3713 - Special Relativity and Riemannian Geometry COS3721 - Operating Systems and Architecture MAT3701 - Linear Algebra MAT3705 - Complex Analysis PHY3706 - Physics Practical Work III PHY3707 - Solid State Physics PHY3708 - Atomic and Nuclear Physics

Pre/Co-requisite
Pre: COS2633 Pre: COS2611 & COS2614 Pre: PHY1604. MAT2611, PHY2601 & PHY2602 Pre: PHY2606; Co: PHY3702 Pre: Any 2 APM or MAT modules on second level Pre: Any 2 APM or MAT modules on second level Pre: COS2621 Pre: MAT2611 or MAT211R Pre: MAT2613 or MAT2615 Pre: PHY2604 Pre: PHY2606; Co: PHY3702 Pre: PHY2606; Co: PHY3702

105

Bachelor of Science

Stream Natural Sciences: Physics Stream Qualification code: 02089 - NFI NQF Exit level: 6 Total credits: 360 Qualification offered until 2015, and ONLY for students previously registered for this qualification. NSC (Degree) with Mathematics & English passed with a rating of 4 OR Matriculation exemption with at least E(40%) for Higher Grade Admission requirements:
Mathematics & English or at least D(50%) for Standard Grade Mathematics & English

First level
Module
Group A. Compulsory CSS101H - Comprehension Skills for Science EUP1501 - Ethical Information and Communication Technologies for Development Solutions MAT1503 - Linear Algebra MAT1511 - Precalculus Mathematics B MAT1512 - Calculus A MAT1613 - Calculus B PHY1503 - Physics Practical Work I PHY1505 - Mechanics (Physics) PHY1506 - Electromagnetism and Heat (Physics) PHY1604 - Modern Physics Group B. Choose 4 from the following APM1514 - Mathematical Modelling AST1534 - Spherical Astronomy and Kepler Orbits AST1631 - General Introduction to Astronomy CHE1501 - General Chemistry IA CHE1502 - General Chemistry IB CHE1503 - Chemistry I (Practical) COS1511 - Introduction to Programming I COS1512 - Introduction to Programming II COS1521 - Computer Systems: Fundamental Concepts PLS2607 - Philosophy of Science STA1510 - Basic Statistics

Pre/Co-requisite

Co: MAT1512 Co: PHY1505 & PHY1506

Pre: CHE1501 Pre: CHE1501; Co: CHE1502 Co: EUP1501 Pre: COS1511

Second level
Module
Group A. Compulsory APM2611 - Differential Equations MAT2611 - Linear Algebra MAT2615 - Calculus in Higher Dimensions PHY2601 - Classical Mechanics PHY2602 - Electricity and Magnetism (Physics) PHY2604 - Physics Practical Work II PHY2606 - Waves (Physics) Group B. Choose 2 from the following. Note: Theory and Practical modules count as 1 subject. AST2651 - The Structure and Evolution of Stars CHE2611 CHE2612 CHE2621 CHE2622 COS2611 COS2633 Inorganic Chemistry II (Theory) Physical Chemistry II (Theory) Inorganic Chemistry II (Practical) Physical Chemistry II (Practical) Programming: Data Structures Numerical Methods I

Pre/Co-requisite
Pre: MAT1512 & MAT1613 Pre: MAT1503 Pre: MAT1503 & MAT1512 Pre: PHY1505 & MAT1503 & MAT1512 Pre: PHY1506 & MAT1503 & MAT1512 Pre: PHY1505 & PHY1506 & MAT1503 & MAT1512; Co: PHY2601 & PHY2602 & PHY2606 Pre: PHY1505 & PHY1506 & MAT1503 & MAT1512 Pre: PHY1604 & PHY1505 & PHY1506 & MAT1512 & MAT1613 Pre: CHE1501 & CHE1503 Pre: CHE1502 & CHE1503; Co: MAT1512 Pre: CHE1501 & CHE1503; Co: CHE2611 Pre: CHE1502 & CHE1503; Co: MAT1512 & CHE2612 Pre: COS1512 Pre: COS1511 & MAT1512 & MAT1503

Third level
Module
Group A. Compulsory APM3712 - Mechanics and Calculus of Variations MAT3705 - Complex Analysis MAT3706 - Ordinary Differential Equations PHY3702 - Quantum Physics PHY3703 - Statistical and Thermal Physics PHY3707 - Solid State Physics PHY3708 - Atomic and Nuclear Physics Group B. Choose 1 from the following APM3711 - Numerical Methods II APM3713 - Special Relativity and Riemannian Geometry PHY3706 - Physics Practical Work III

Pre/Co-requisite
Pre: Any 2 APM or MAT modules on second level Pre: MAT2613 or MAT2615 Pre: Any 2 APM or MAT modules on second level Pre: PHY1604, APM2611, MAT2611, PHY2601 & PHY2602 Pre: PHY2606; Co: PHY3702 Pre: PHY2606; Co: PHY3702 Pre: PHY2606; Co: PHY3702 Pre: COS2633 Pre: Any 2 APM or MAT modules on second level Pre: PHY2604

106

Bachelor of Science

Stream (Applied Mathematics and Computer Science Stream) Qualification code: 98801 - AMC NQF Exit level: 7 Total credits: 360 A National Senior Certificate (Degree endorsement) with at least 50% in the language of teaching and learning, and Mathematics with at least Admission requirements: Rules:
50%. A student who does not qualify in terms of the statutory or additional requirements, may follow Unisa's alternative pathways or apply for admission to an appropriate Diploma.

Students who want to register for Computer Science or Information Systems modules should: (a) Have access to an internet cafe, a Unisa Regional Learning Centre or other internet facilities. After registration, access to myUnisa on a regular basis is compulsory and (b) Have passed Computer Application Technology or Information Technology with a rating of 4 (new NSC) and have passed Computer Studies (NSC) or hold an Industry Standard qualification such as the ICDL in Computer Literacy. Students who do not satisfy this requirement are advised to register for EUP1501 before they will be allowed to register for COS1511.

First level
Module
Group A. Compulsory APM1513 - Applied Linear Algebra APM1514 - Mathematical Modelling COS1501 - Theoretical Computer Science I COS1511 - Introduction to Programming I COS1512 - Introduction to Programming II COS1521 - Computer Systems: Fundamental Concepts MAT1503 - Linear Algebra MAT1512 - Calculus A

Pre/Co-requisite

Pre: COS1511

Second level
Module
Group A. Compulsory APM2611 - Differential Equations APM2614 - Applied Dynamical Systems APM2616 - Computer Algebra COS2601 - Theoretical Computer Science II COS2611 - Programming: Data Structures COS2614 - Programming: Contemporary Concepts COS2621 - Computer Organisation COS2633 - Numerical Methods I COS2661 - Formal Logic II MAT1613 - Calculus B MAT2612 - Introduction to Discrete Mathematics MAT2615 - Calculus in Higher Dimensions PLS2607 - Philosophy of Science

Pre/Co-requisite
Pre: MAT1512 & MAT1613 Pre: MAT1503, MAT1512, MAT1613 & APM1513 Pre: MAT1503, MAT1512, MAT1613 & APM1513 Pre: COS1501 or MAT2612 Pre: COS1512 Pre: COS1512 Pre: COS1512 & COS1521 Pre: COS1511& MAT1512 & MAT1503 Pre: COS1501 Co: MAT1512 Pre: COS1501 or MAT1512 or MAT1613 or MAT1503 Pre: MAT1503 & MAT1512

Third level
Module
Group A. Compulsory APM3711 - Numerical Methods II APM3712 - Mechanics and Calculus of Variations APM3713 - Special Relativity and Riemannian Geometry COS3701 - Theoretical Computer Science III COS3711 - Advanced Programming COS3721 - Operating Systems and Architecture COS3751 - Techniques of Artificial Intelligence COS3761 - Formal Logic III MAT3706 - Ordinary Differential Equations MAT3707 - Discrete Mathematics: Combinatorics

Pre/Co-requisite
Pre: COS2633 Pre: Any 2 APM or MAT modules on second level Pre: Any 2 APM or MAT modules on second level Pre: COS2601 Pre: COS2611 & COS2614 Pre: COS2614 Pre: COS2611 & COS2661 Pre: COS2661 Pre: Any 2 APM or MAT modules on second level Pre: Any 2 APM or MAT modules on second level

107

Bachelor of Science

Stream (Applied Mathematics and Physics Stream) Qualification code: 98801 - AMP NQF Exit level: 7 Total credits: 360 A National Senior Certificate (Degree endorsement) with at least 50% in the language of teaching and learning, with at least 50% in Admission requirements:

Mathematics and Physical Science. A student who does not qualify in terms of the statutory or additional requirements, may follow Unisa's alternative pathways or apply for admission to an appropriate Diploma.

First level
Module
Group A. Compulsory APM1513 - Applied Linear Algebra APM1514 - Mathematical Modelling COS1511 - Introduction to Programming I MAT1503 - Linear Algebra MAT1512 - Calculus A PHY1503 - Physics Practical Work I PHY1505 - Mechanics (Physics) PHY1506 - Electromagnetism and Heat (Physics)

Pre/Co-requisite

Co: PHY1505 & PHY1506

Second level
Module
Group A. Compulsory APM1612 - Mechanics II APM2611 - Differential Equations APM2614 - Applied Dynamical Systems COS2633 - Numerical Methods I MAT1613 - Calculus B MAT2611 - Linear Algebra MAT2615 - Calculus in Higher Dimensions PHY1604 - Modern Physics PHY2601 - Classical Mechanics PHY2602 - Electricity and Magnetism (Physics) PHY2604 - Physics Practical Work II PHY2606 - Waves (Physics)

Pre/Co-requisite
Pre: MAT1512 & PHY1505 Pre: MAT1512 & MAT1613 Pre: APM1514, MAT1503, MAT1512 & MAT1613 Pre: COS1511 & MAT1512 & MAT1503 Co: MAT1512 Pre: MAT1503 Pre: MAT1503 & MAT1512 Co: PHY1505 Pre: PHY1505, MAT1503 & MAT1512 Pre: PHY1506, MAT1503 & MAT1512 Pre: PHY1505, PHY1506, MAT1503 & MAT1512; Co: PHY2601, PHY2602 & PHY2606 Pre: PHY1503, PHY1505, PHY1506, MAT1503 & MAT1512

Third level
Module
Group A. Compulsory APM3701 - Partial Differential Equations APM3711 - Numerical Methods II APM3712 - Mechanics and Calculus of Variations APM3713 - Special Relativity and Riemannian Geometry MAT3706 - Ordinary Differential Equations PHY3702 - Quantum Physics PHY3703 - Statistical and Thermal Physics PHY3707 - Solid State Physics PHY3708 - Atomic and Nuclear Physics Group B. Choose 1 from the following PHY3706 - Physics Practical Work III PHY3709 - Computational Modeling

Pre/Co-requisite
Pre: Any 2 APM or MAT modules on scond level Pre: Any 2 APM or MAT modules on scond level Pre: Any 2 APM or MAT modules on scond level Pre: Any 2 APM or MAT modules on scond level Pre: Any 2 APM or MAT modules on scond level Pre: APM2611, MAT2611, PHY1604, PHY2601 & PHY2602 Pre: PHY2606; Co: PHY3702 Pre: PHY2606; Co: PHY3702 Pre: PHY2606; Co: PHY3702 Pre: PHY2604 Co: APM2611

108

Bachelor of Science

Stream (Applied Mathematics and Statistics Stream) Qualification code: 98801 - AMS NQF Exit level: 7 Total credits: 360 A National Senior Certificate (Degree endorsement) with at least 50% in the language of teaching and learning, and Mathematics with at least Admission requirements:
50%. A student who does not qualify in terms of the statutory or additional requirements, may follow Unisa's alternative pathways or apply for admission to an appropriate Diploma.

First level
Module
Group A. Compulsory APM1513 - Applied Linear Algebra APM1514 - Mathematical Modelling COS1511 - Introduction to Programming I MAT1503 - Linear Algebra MAT1512 - Calculus A STA1501 - Descriptive Statistics and Probability STA1502 - Statistical Inference I STA1503 - Distribution Theory I

Pre/Co-requisite

Co: STA1501 Pre: STA1501; Co: STA1502 & MAT1512

Second level
Module
Group A. Compulsory APM2611 - Differential Equations APM2614 - Applied Dynamical Systems APM2616 - Computer Algebra COS2633 - Numerical Methods I MAT1613 - Calculus B MAT2611 - Linear Algebra MAT2615 - Calculus in Higher Dimensions PLS2607 - Philosophy of Science STA2601 - Applied Statistics II STA2602 - Statistical Inference II STA2603 - Distribution Theory II STA2604 - Forecasting II

Pre/Co-requisite
Pre: MAT1512 & MAT1613 Pre: MAT1503, MAT1512, MAT1613 & APM1513 Pre: MAT1503, MAT1512, MAT1613 & APM1513 Pre: COS1511 & MAT1512 & MAT1503 Co: MAT1512 Pre: MAT1503 Pre: MAT1503 & MAT1512 Pre: STA1501 & STA1502 Pre: STA1501 & STA1502; Co: STA1503 Pre: STA1503 & MAT1512 Pre: STA1501 & STA1502

Third level
Module
Group A. Compulsory APM3701 - Partial Differential Equations APM3711 - Numerical Methods II APM3712 - Mechanics and Calculus of Variations APM3713 - Special Relativity and Riemannian Geometry MAT3706 - Ordinary Differential Equations STA3701 - Applied Statistics III STA3702 - Statistical Inference III STA3703 - Distribution Theory III STA3704 - Time Series III STA3710 - Mathematical Techniques in Statistics

Pre/Co-requisite
Pre: Any 2 APM or MAT modules on second level Pre: COS2338 Pre: Any 2 APM or MAT modules on second level Pre: Any 2 APM or MAT modules on second level Pre: Any 2 APM or MAT modules on second level Pre: STA2601; Co: MAT2611 & STA3703 Pre: STA2603 Pre: STA2603 & MAT2615 Pre: STA2604 Pre: STA2603

109

Bachelor of Science

Stream (Chemistry and Applied Mathematics Stream) Qualification code: 98801 - CAM NQF Exit level: 7 Total credits: 360 A National Senior Certificate (Degree endorsement) with at least 50% in the language of teaching and learning, with at least 50% in Admission requirements:

Mathematics and Physical Science. A student who does not qualify in terms of the statutory or additional requirements, may follow Unisa's alternative pathways or apply for admission to an appropriate Diploma.

First level
Module
Group A. Compulsory APM1514 - Mathematical Modelling APM1612 - Mechanics II CHE1501 - General Chemistry IA CHE1502 - General Chemistry IB CHE1503 - Chemistry I (Practical) COS1501 - Theoretical Computer Science I MAT1503 - Linear Algebra MAT1512 - Calculus A PHY1505 - Mechanics (Physics)

Pre/Co-requisite
Pre: MAT1512 & PHY1505 Pre: CHE1501 Pre: CHE1501; Co: CHE1502

Second level
Module
Group A. Compulsory APM2611 - Differential Equations APM2614 - Applied Dynamical Systems CHE2611 - Inorganic Chemistry II (Theory) CHE2612 - Physical Chemistry II (Theory) CHE2613 - Organic Chemistry II (Theory) CHE2614 - Analytical Chemistry II (Theory) CHE2621 - Inorganic Chemistry II (Practical) CHE2622 - Physical Chemistry II (Practical) CHE2623 - Organic Chemistry II (Practical) CHE2624 - Analytical Chemistry II (Practical) COS2601 - Theoretical Computer Science II MAT1613 - Calculus B MAT2611 - Linear Algebra MAT2612 - Introduction to Discrete Mathematics MAT2615 - Calculus in Higher Dimensions

Pre/Co-requisite
Pre: MAT1512 & MAT1613 Pre: APM1513, MAT1512, MAT1503 & MAT1613 Pre: CHE1501 & CHE1503 Pre: CHE1502 & CHE1503; Co: MAT1512 Pre: CHE1502 & CHE1503 Pre: CHE1501 & CHE1503 Pre: CHE1501 & CHE1503; Co: CHE2611 Pre: CHE1502 & CHE1503; Co: MAT1512 & CHE2612 Pre: CHE1502 & CHE1503; Co: CHE2613 Pre: CHE1501 & CHE1503; Co: CHE2614 Pre: COS1501 or MAT2612 Co: MAT1512 Pre: MAT1503 Pre: COS1501 or MAT1512 or MAT1503 or MAT1613 Pre: MAT1503 & MAT1512

Third level
Module
Group A. Compulsory APM3701 - Partial Differential Equations APM3712 - Mechanics and Calculus of Variations APM3713 - Special Relativity and Riemannian Geometry CHE3701 - Inorganic Chemistry III CHE3702 - Physical Chemistry III CHE3703 - Organic Chemistry III CHE3704 - Analytical Chemistry III CHE3721 - Inorganic Chemistry III Practical CHE3722 - Practical Work (Chemistry) CHE3723 - Practical Work (Chemistry) CHE3724 - Practical Work (Chemistry) MAT3706 - Ordinary Differential Equations MAT3707 - Discrete Mathematics: Combinatorics

Pre/Co-requisite
Pre: Any 2 APM or MAT modules on second level Pre: Any 2 APM or MAT modules on second level Pre: Any 2 APM or MAT modules on second level Pre: CHE2611 & CHE2621 Pre: CHE2612 & CHE2622 Pre: CHE2613 & CHE2623 Pre: CHE2614 & CHE2624 Pre: CHE2611 & CHE2621; Co: CHE3701 Pre: CHE2612 & CHE2622; Co: CHE3702 Pre: CHE2613 & CHE2623; Co: CHE3703 Pre: CHE2614 & CHE2624; Co: CHE3704 Pre: Any 2 APM or MAT modules on second level Pre: Any 2 APM or MAT modules on second level

110

Bachelor of Science

Stream (Chemistry and Physics Stream) Qualification code: 98801 - CAP NQF Exit level: 7 Total credits: 360 A National Senior Certificate (Degree endorsement) with at least 50% in the language of teaching and learning, with at least 50% in Admission requirements:

Mathematics and Physical Science. A student who does not qualify in terms of the statutory or additional requirements, may follow Unisa's alternative pathways or apply for admission to an appropriate Diploma.

First level
Module
Group A. Compulsory CHE1501 - General Chemistry IA CHE1502 - General Chemistry IB CHE1503 - Chemistry I (Practical) MAT1503 - Linear Algebra MAT1512 - Calculus A PHY1503 - Physics Practical Work I PHY1505 - Mechanics (Physics) PHY1506 - Electromagnetism and Heat (Physics)

Pre/Co-requisite
Pre: CHE1501 Pre: CHE1501; Co: CHE1502

Co: PHY1505 & PHY1506

Second level
Module
Group A. Compulsory APM2611 - Differential Equations CHE2611 - Inorganic Chemistry II (Theory) CHE2612 - Physical Chemistry II (Theory) CHE2613 - Organic Chemistry II (Theory) CHE2614 - Analytical Chemistry II (Theory) CHE2621 - Inorganic Chemistry II (Practical) CHE2622 - Physical Chemistry II (Practical) CHE2623 - Organic Chemistry II (Practical) CHE2624 - Analytical Chemistry II (Practical) MAT1613 - Calculus B MAT2611 - Linear Algebra PHY1604 - Modern Physics PHY2601 - Classical Mechanics PHY2602 - Electricity and Magnetism (Physics) PHY2606 - Waves (Physics)

Pre/Co-requisite
Pre: MAT1512 & MAT1613 Pre: CHE1501 & CHE1503 Pre: CHE1502 & CHE1503; Co: MAT1512 Pre: CHE1502 & CHE1503 Pre: CHE1501 & CHE1503 Pre: CHE1501 & CHE1503; Co: CHE2611 Pre: CHE1502 & CHE1503; Co: MAT1512 & CHE2612 Pre: CHE1502 & CHE1503; Co: CHE2613 Pre: CHE1501 & CHE1503; Co: CHE2614 Co: MAT1512 Pre: MAT1503 Co: PHY1505 Pre: PHY1505, MAT1503 & MAT1512 Pre: PHY1506, MAT1503 & MAT1512 Pre: PHY1503, PHY1505, PHY1506, MAT1503 & MAT1512

Third level
Module
Group A. Compulsory CHE3702 - Physical Chemistry III CHE3703 - Organic Chemistry III CHE3704 - Analytical Chemistry III CHE3721 - Inorganic Chemistry III Practical CHE3722 - Practical Work (Chemistry) CHE3723 - Practical Work (Chemistry) CHE3724 - Practical Work (Chemistry) PHY3702 - Quantum Physics PHY3703 PHY3707 PHY3708 PHY3709 Statistical and Thermal Physics Solid State Physics Atomic and Nuclear Physics Computational Modeling

Pre/Co-requisite
Pre: CHE2612 & CHE2622 Pre: CHE2613 & CHE2623 Pre: CHE2614 & CHE2624 Pre: CHE2611 & CHE2621; Co: CHE3701 Pre: CHE2612 & CHE2622; Co: CHE3702 Pre: CHE2613 & CHE2623; Co: CHE3703 Pre: CHE2614 & CHE2624; Co: CHE3704 Pre: APM2611, MAT2611, PHY1604, PHY2601 & PHY2602 Pre: PHY2606; Co: PHY3702 Pre: PHY2606; Co: PHY3702 Pre: PHY2606; Co: PHY3702 Pre: APM2611

111

Bachelor of Science

Stream (Chemistry and Statistics Stream) Qualification code: 98801 - CAS NQF Exit level: 7 Total credits: 360 A National Senior Certificate (Degree endorsement) with at least 50% in the language of teaching and learning, with at least 50% in Admission requirements:

Mathematics and Physical Science. A student who does not qualify in terms of the statutory or additional requirements, may follow Unisa's alternative pathways or apply for admission to an appropriate Diploma.

First level
Module
Group A. Compulsory CHE1501 - General Chemistry IA CHE1502 - General Chemistry IB CHE1503 - Chemistry I (Practical) MAT1503 - Linear Algebra MAT1512 - Calculus A STA1501 - Descriptive Statistics and Probability STA1502 - Statistical Inference I STA1503 - Distribution Theory I

Pre/Co-requisite
Pre: CHE1501 Pre: CHE1501; Co: CHE1502

Co: STA1501 Pre: STA1501; Co: STA1502 & MAT1512

Second level
Module
Group A. Compulsory CHE2611 - Inorganic Chemistry II (Theory) CHE2612 - Physical Chemistry II (Theory) CHE2613 - Organic Chemistry II (Theory) CHE2614 - Analytical Chemistry II (Theory) CHE2621 - Inorganic Chemistry II (Practical) CHE2622 - Physical Chemistry II (Practical) CHE2623 - Organic Chemistry II (Practical) CHE2624 - Analytical Chemistry II (Practical) MAT1613 - Calculus B MAT2611 - Linear Algebra MAT2615 - Calculus in Higher Dimensions PLS2607 - Philosophy of Science STA2601 - Applied Statistics II STA2602 - Statistical Inference II STA2603 - Distribution Theory II STA2604 - Forecasting II

Pre/Co-requisite
Pre: CHE1501 & CHE1503 Pre: CHE1502 & CHE1503; Co: MAT1512 Pre: CHE1502 & CHE1503 Pre: CHE1501 & CHE1503 Pre: CHE1501 & CHE1503; Co: CHE2611 Pre: CHE1502 & CHE1503; Co: MAT1512 & CHE2612 Pre: CHE1502 & CHE1503; Co: CHE2613 Pre: CHE1501 & CHE1503; Co: CHE2614 Co: MAT1512 Pre: MAT1503 Pre: MAT1503 & MAT1512 Pre: STA1501 & STA1502 Pre: STA1502; Co: STA1503 Pre: STA1503 & MAT1512 Pre: STA1501 & STA1502

Third level
Module
Group A. Compulsory CHE3701 - Inorganic Chemistry III CHE3702 - Physical Chemistry III CHE3703 - Organic Chemistry III CHE3704 - Analytical Chemistry III CHE3721 - Inorganic Chemistry III Practical CHE3722 - Practical Work (Chemistry) CHE3723 - Practical Work (Chemistry) CHE3724 - Practical Work (Chemistry) STA3701 - Applied Statistics III STA3702 - Statistical Inference III STA3703 - Distribution Theory III STA3704 - Time Series III STA3710 - Mathematical Techniques in Statistics

Pre/Co-requisite
Pre: CHE2611 & CHE2621 Pre: CHE2612 & CHE2622 Pre: CHE2613 & CHE2623 Pre: CHE2614 & CHE2624 Pre: CHE2611 & CHE2621; Co: CHE3701 Pre: CHE2612 & CHE2622; Co: CHE3702 Pre: CHE2613 & CHE2623; Co: CHE3703 Pre: CHE2614 & CHE2624; Co: CHE3704 Pre: STA2601; Co: MAT2611 & STA3703 Pre: STA2603 Pre: STA2603 & MAT2615 Pre: STA2604 Pre: STA2603

112

Bachelor of Science

Stream (Chemistry and Computer Science Stream) Qualification code: 98801 - CCS NQF Exit level: 7 Total credits: 360 A National Senior Certificate (Degree endorsement) with at least 50% in the language of teaching and learning, with at least 50% in Admission requirements: Rules:

Mathematics and Physical Science. A student who does not qualify in terms of the statutory or additional requirements, may follow Unisa's alternative pathways or apply for admission to an appropriate Diploma.

Students who want to register for Computer Science or Information Systems modules should: (a) Have access to an internet cafe, a Unisa Regional Learning Centre or other internet facilities. After registration, access to myUnisa on a regular basis is compulsory and (b) Have passed Computer Application Technology or Information Technology with a rating of 4 (new NSC) and have passed Computer Studies (NSC) or hold an Industry Standard qualification such as the ICDL in Computer Literacy. Students who do not satisfy this requirement are advised to register for EUP1501 before they will be allowed to register for COS1511.

First level
Module
Group A. Compulsory CHE1501 - General Chemistry IA CHE1502 - General Chemistry IB CHE1503 - Chemistry I (Practical) COS1501 - Theoretical Computer Science I COS1511 - Introduction to Programming I COS1512 - Introduction to Programming II COS1521 - Computer Systems: Fundamental Concepts MAT1512 - Calculus A

Pre/Co-requisite
Pre: CHE1501 Pre: CHE1501; Co: CHE1502

Pre: COS1511

Second level
Module
Group A. Compulsory CHE2611 - Inorganic Chemistry II (Theory) CHE2612 - Physical Chemistry II (Theory) CHE2613 - Organic Chemistry II (Theory) CHE2614 - Analytical Chemistry II (Theory) CHE2621 - Inorganic Chemistry II (Practical) CHE2622 - Physical Chemistry II (Practical) CHE2623 - Organic Chemistry II (Practical) CHE2624 - Analytical Chemistry II (Practical) COS2601 - Theoretical Computer Science II COS2611 - Programming: Data Structures COS2614 - Programming: Contemporary Concepts COS2621 - Computer Organisation COS2626 - Computer Networks I COS2661 - Formal Logic II PLS2601 - Critical Reasoning PLS2607 - Philosophy of Science

Pre/Co-requisite
Pre: CHE1501 & CHE1503 Pre: CHE1502 & CHE1503; Co: MAT1512 Pre: CHE1502 & CHE1503 Pre: CHE1501 & CHE1503 Pre: CHE1501 & CHE1503; Co: CHE2611 Pre: CHE1502 & CHE1503; Co: MAT1512 & CHE2612 Pre: CHE1502 & CHE1503; Co: CHE2613 Pre: CHE1501 & CHE1503; Co: CHE2614 Pre: COS1501 Pre: COS1512 Pre: COS1512 Pre: COS1512 & COS1521 Pre: COS1501

Third level
Module
Group A. Compulsory CHE3701 - Inorganic Chemistry III CHE3702 - Physical Chemistry III CHE3703 - Organic Chemistry III CHE3704 - Analytical Chemistry III CHE3721 - Inorganic Chemistry III Practical CHE3722 - Practical Work (Chemistry) CHE3723 - Practical Work (Chemistry) CHE3724 - Practical Work (Chemistry) COS3701 - Theoretical Computer Science III COS3711 - Advanced Programming COS3721 - Operating Systems and Architecture COS3751 - Techniques of Artificial Intelligence COS3761 - Formal Logic III

Pre/Co-requisite
Pre: CHE2611 & CHE2621 Pre: CHE2612 & CHE2622 Pre: CHE2613 & CHE2623 Pre: CHE2614 & CHE2624 Pre: CHE2611 & CHE2621; Co: CHE3701 Pre: CHE2612 & CHE2622; Co: CHE3702 Pre: CHE2613 & CHE2623; Co: CHE3703 Pre: CHE2614 & CHE2624; Co: CHE3704 Pre: COS2601 Pre: COS2611 & COS2614 Pre: COS2614 Pre: COS2611 & COS2661 Pre: COS2661

113

Bachelor of Science

Stream (Chemistry and Information Systems Stream) Qualification code: 98801 - CIS NQF Exit level: 7 Total credits: 360 A National Senior Certificate (Degree endorsement) with at least 50% in the language of teaching and learning, with at least 50% in Admission requirements: Rules:

Mathematics and Physical Science. A student who does not qualify in terms of the statutory or additional requirements, may follow Unisa's alternative pathways or apply for admission to an appropriate Diploma.

Students who want to register for Computer Science or Information Systems modules should: (a) Have access to an internet cafe, a Unisa Regional Learning Centre or other internet facilities. After registration, access to myUnisa on a regular basis is compulsory and (b) Have passed Computer Application Technology or Information Technology with a rating of 4 (new NSC) and have passed Computer Studies (NSC) or hold an Industry Standard qualification such as the ICDL in Computer Literacy. Students who do not satisfy this requirement are advised to register for EUP1501 before they will be allowed to register for COS1511.

First level
Module
Group A. Compulsory CHE1501 - General Chemistry IA CHE1502 - General Chemistry IB CHE1503 - Chemistry I (Practical) EUP1501 - Ethical Information and Communication Technologies for Development Solutions INF1505 - Introduction to Business Information Systems INF1511 - Visual Programming I INF1520 - Human-Computer Interaction I MAT1512 - Calculus A

Pre/Co-requisite
Pre: CHE1501 Pre: CHE1501; Co: CHE1502

Second level
Module
Group A. Compulsory CHE2611 - Inorganic Chemistry II (Theory) CHE2612 - Physical Chemistry II (Theory) CHE2613 - Organic Chemistry II (Theory) CHE2614 - Analytical Chemistry II (Theory) CHE2621 - Inorganic Chemistry II (Practical) CHE2622 - Physical Chemistry II (Practical) CHE2623 - Organic Chemistry II (Practical) CHE2624 - Analytical Chemistry II (Practical) COS2626 - Computer Networks I EWS2601 - Engaging with Society: Meeting The Challenges of A Changing World ICT2621 - Structured Systems Analysis and Design ICT2622 - Object-Oriented Analysis INF2611 - Visual Programming II MAT1613 - Calculus B PLS2601 - Critical Reasoning PLS2607 - Philosophy of Science

Pre/Co-requisite
Pre: CHE1501 & CHE1503 Pre: CHE1502 & CHE1503; Co: MAT1512 Pre: CHE1502 & CHE1503 Pre: CHE1501 & CHE1503 Pre: CHE1501 & CHE1503; Co: CHE2611 Pre: CHE1502 & CHE1503; Co: MAT1512 & CHE2612 Pre: CHE1502 & CHE1503; Co: CHE2613 Pre: CHE1501 & CHE1503; Co: CHE2614

Pre: INF1505 & INF1511 Pre: INF1505 & INF1511; Co: ICT2621 Pre: INF1511 Co: MAT1512

Third level
Module
Group A. Compulsory CHE3701 - Inorganic Chemistry III CHE3702 - Physical Chemistry III CHE3703 - Organic Chemistry III CHE3704 - Analytical Chemistry III CHE3721 - Inorganic Chemistry III Practical CHE3722 - Practical Work (Chemistry) CHE3723 - Practical Work (Chemistry) CHE3724 - Practical Work (Chemistry) INF3703 - Databases II INF3705 - Advanced Systems Development INF3707 - Database Design and Implementation INF3708 - Software Project Management INF3720 - Human-Computer Interaction II

Pre/Co-requisite
Pre: CHE2611 & CHE2621 Pre: CHE2612 & CHE2622 Pre: CHE2613 & CHE2623 Pre: CHE2614 & CHE2624 Pre: CHE2611 & CHE2621; Co: CHE3701 Pre: CHE2612 & CHE2622; Co: CHE3702 Pre: CHE2613 & CHE2623; Co: CHE3703 Pre: CHE2614 & CHE2624; Co: CHE3704 Pre: ICT2621 or ICT2622 Pre: ICT2621 & ICT2622 Pre: ICT2621 or ICT2622 Co: INF1520

114

Bachelor of Science

Stream (Mathematics and Chemistry Stream) Qualification code: 98801 - MAC NQF Exit level: 7 Total credits: 360 A National Senior Certificate (Degree endorsement) with at least 50% in the language of teaching and learning, with at least 50% in Admission requirements:

Mathematics and Physical Science. A student who does not qualify in terms of the statutory or additional requirements, may follow Unisa's alternative pathways or apply for admission to an appropriate Diploma.

First level
Module
Group A. Compulsory CHE1501 - General Chemistry IA CHE1502 - General Chemistry IB CHE1503 - Chemistry I (Practical) COS1501 - Theoretical Computer Science I EUP1501 - Ethical Information and Communication Technologies for Development Solutions MAT1503 - Linear Algebra MAT1512 - Calculus A STA1510 - Basic Statistics

Pre/Co-requisite
Pre: CHE1501 Pre: CHE1501; Co: CHE1502

Second level
Module
Group A. Compulsory APM2611 - Differential Equations CHE2611 - Inorganic Chemistry II (Theory) CHE2612 - Physical Chemistry II (Theory) CHE2613 - Organic Chemistry II (Theory) CHE2614 - Analytical Chemistry II (Theory) CHE2621 - Inorganic Chemistry II (Practical) CHE2622 - Physical Chemistry II (Practical) CHE2623 - Organic Chemistry II (Practical) CHE2624 - Analytical Chemistry II (Practical) COS2601 - Theoretical Computer Science II MAT1613 - Calculus B MAT2611 - Linear Algebra MAT2612 - Introduction to Discrete Mathematics MAT2613 - Real Analysis MAT2615 - Calculus in Higher Dimensions PLS2607 - Philosophy of Science

Pre/Co-requisite
Pre: MAT1512 & MAT1613 Pre: CHE1501 & CHE1503 Pre: CHE1502 & CHE1503; Co: MAT1512 Pre: CHE1502 & CHE1503 Pre: CHE1501 & CHE1503 Pre: CHE1501 & CHE1503; Co: CHE2611 Pre: CHE1502 & CHE1503; Co: MAT1512 & CHE2612 Pre: CHE1502 & CHE1503; Co: CHE2613 Pre: CHE1501 & CHE1503; Co: CHE2614 Pre: COS1501 or MAT2612 Co: MAT1512 Pre: MAT1503 Pre: COS1501 or MAT1512 or MAT1613 or MAT1503 Pre: MAT1512 & MAT1613 Pre: MAT1503 & MAT1512

Third level
Module
Group A. Compulsory CHE3701 - Inorganic Chemistry III CHE3702 - Physical Chemistry III CHE3703 - Organic Chemistry III CHE3704 - Analytical Chemistry III CHE3721 - Inorganic Chemistry III Practical CHE3722 - Practical Work (Chemistry) CHE3723 - Practical Work (Chemistry) CHE3724 - Practical Work (Chemistry) MAT3701 - Linear Algebra MAT3705 - Complex Analysis MAT3706 - Ordinary Differential Equations MAT3707 - Discrete Mathematics: Combinatorics MAT3711 - Real Analysis

Pre/Co-requisite
Pre: CHE2611 & CHE2621 Pre: CHE2612 & CHE2622 Pre: CHE2613 & CHE2623 Pre: CHE2614 & CHE2624 Pre: CHE2611 & CHE2621; Co: CHE3701 Pre: CHE2612 & CHE2622; Co: CHE3702 Pre: CHE2613 & CHE2623; Co: CHE3703 Pre: CHE2614 & CHE2624; Co: CHE3704 Pre: MAT2611 Pre: MAT2613 or MAT2615 Pre: Any 2 APM or MAT modules on second level Pre: Any 2 APM or MAT modules on second level Pre: Any 2 APM or MAT modules on second level

115

Bachelor of Science

Stream (Mathematics and Applied Mathematics Stream) Qualification code: 98801 - MAM NQF Exit level: 7 Total credits: 360 A National Senior Certificate (Degree endorsement) with at least 50% in the language of teaching and learning, and Mathematics with at least Admission requirements:
50%. A student who does not qualify in terms of the statutory or additional requirements, may follow Unisa's alternative pathways or apply for admission to an appropriate Diploma.

First level
Module
Group A. Compulsory APM1513 - Applied Linear Algebra APM1514 - Mathematical Modelling COS1501 - Theoretical Computer Science I COS1511 - Introduction to Programming I EUP1501 - Ethical Information and Communication Technologies for Development Solutions MAT1503 - Linear Algebra MAT1512 - Calculus A PHY1505 - Mechanics (Physics)

Pre/Co-requisite

Co: EUP1501

Second level
Module
Group A. Compulsory APM2611 - Differential Equations APM2614 - Applied Dynamical Systems APM2616 - Computer Algebra COS2601 - Theoretical Computer Science II COS2633 - Numerical Methods I MAT1613 - Calculus B MAT2611 - Linear Algebra MAT2612 - Introduction to Discrete Mathematics MAT2613 - Real Analysis MAT2615 - Calculus in Higher Dimensions PHY2601 - Classical Mechanics PLS2607 - Philosophy of Science

Pre/Co-requisite
Pre: MAT1512 & MAT1613 Pre: MAT1503, MAT1512, MAT1613 & APM1513 Pre: MAT1503, MAT1512, MAT1613 & APM1513 Pre: COS1501 or MAT2612 Pre: COS1511 & MAT1512 & MAT1503 Co: MAT1512 Pre: MAT1503 Pre: COS1501 or MAT1512 or MAT1613 or MAT1503 Pre: MAT1512 & MAT1613 Pre: MAT1503 & MAT1512 Pre: PHY1505, MAT1503 & MAT1512

Third level
Module
Group A. Compulsory APM3701 - Partial Differential Equations APM3711 - Numerical Methods II APM3712 - Mechanics and Calculus of Variations APM3713 - Special Relativity and Riemannian Geometry MAT3701 - Linear Algebra MAT3702 - Algebra MAT3705 - Complex Analysis MAT3706 - Ordinary Differential Equations MAT3707 - Discrete Mathematics: Combinatorics MAT3711 - Real Analysis

Pre/Co-requisite
Pre: Any 2 APM or MAT modules on second level Pre: Any 2 APM or MAT modules on second level Pre: Any 2 APM or MAT modules on second level Pre: Any 2 APM or MAT modules on second level Pre: MAT2611 Pre: Any 2 APM or MAT modules on second level Pre: MAT2613 or MAT2615 Pre: Any 2 APM or MAT modules on second level Pre: Any 2 APM or MAT modules on second level Pre: Any 2 APM or MAT modules on second level

116

Bachelor of Science

Stream (Mathematics and Physics Stream) Qualification code: 98801 - MAP NQF Exit level: 7 Total credits: 360 A National Senior Certificate (Degree endorsement) with at least 50% in the language of teaching and learning, with at least 50% in Admission requirements:

Mathematics and Physical Science. A student who does not qualify in terms of the statutory or additional requirements, may follow Unisa's alternative pathways or apply for admission to an appropriate Diploma.

First level
Module
Group A. Compulsory COS1511 - Introduction to Programming I EUP1501 - Ethical Information and Communication Technologies for Development Solutions MAT1503 - Linear Algebra MAT1512 - Calculus A PHY1503 - Physics Practical Work I PHY1505 - Mechanics (Physics) PHY1506 - Electromagnetism and Heat (Physics)

Pre/Co-requisite
Co: EUP1501

Co: PHY1505 & PHY1506

Second level
Module
Group A. Compulsory APM2611 - Differential Equations COS2633 - Numerical Methods I MAT1613 - Calculus B MAT2611 - Linear Algebra MAT2612 - Introduction to Discrete Mathematics MAT2613 - Real Analysis MAT2615 - Calculus in Higher Dimensions PHY1604 - Modern Physics PHY2601 - Classical Mechanics PHY2602 - Electricity and Magnetism (Physics) PHY2606 - Waves (Physics) PLS2601 PLS2607 - Critical Reasoning - Philosophy of Science

Pre/Co-requisite
Pre: MAT1512 & MAT1613 Pre: COS1511 & MAT1512 & MAT1503 Co: MAT1512 Pre: MAT1503 Pre: MAT1512 or MAT1503 or MAT1613 Pre: MAT1512 & MAT1613 Pre: MAT1503 & MAT1512 Co: PHY1505 Pre: PHY1505, MAT1503 & MAT1512 Pre: PHY1506, MAT1503 & MAT1512 Pre: PHY1503, PHY1505, PHY1506, MAT1503 & MAT1512

Third level
Module
Group A. Compulsory APM3701 - Partial Differential Equations APM3711 - Numerical Methods II MAT3701 - Linear Algebra MAT3705 - Complex Analysis MAT3706 - Ordinary Differential Equations PHY3702 - Quantum Physics PHY3703 PHY3707 PHY3708 PHY3709 Statistical and Thermal Physics Solid State Physics Atomic and Nuclear Physics Computational Modeling

Pre/Co-requisite
Pre: Any 2 APM or MAT modules on second level Pre: Any 2 APM or MAT modules on second level Pre: MAT2611 Pre: MAT2613 or MAT2615 Pre: Any 2 APM or MAT modules on second level Pre: APM2611, MAT2611, PHY1604, PHY2601 & PHY2602 Pre: PHY2606; Co: PHY3702 Pre: PHY2606; Co: PHY3702 Pre: PHY2606; Co: PHY3702 Co: APM2611

117

Bachelor of Science

Stream (Mathematics and Statistics Stream) Qualification code: 98801 - MAS NQF Exit level: 7 Total credits: 360 A National Senior Certificate (Degree endorsement) with at least 50% in the language of teaching and learning, and Mathematics with at least Admission requirements:
50%. A student who does not qualify in terms of the statutory or additional requirements, may follow Unisa's alternative pathways or apply for admission to an appropriate Diploma.

First level
Module
Group A. Compulsory COS1501 - Theoretical Computer Science I EUP1501 - Ethical Information and Communication Technologies for Development Solutions MAT1503 - Linear Algebra MAT1512 - Calculus A STA1501 - Descriptive Statistics and Probability STA1502 - Statistical Inference I STA1503 - Distribution Theory I

Pre/Co-requisite

Co: STA1501 Pre: STA1501; Co: STA1502 & MAT1512

Second level
Module
Group A. Compulsory APM2611 - Differential Equations COS2601 - Theoretical Computer Science II MAT1613 - Calculus B MAT2611 - Linear Algebra MAT2612 - Introduction to Discrete Mathematics MAT2613 - Real Analysis MAT2615 - Calculus in Higher Dimensions PLS2601 - Critical Reasoning PLS2607 - Philosophy of Science STA2601 - Applied Statistics II STA2602 - Statistical Inference II STA2603 - Distribution Theory II STA2604 - Forecasting II

Pre/Co-requisite
Pre: MAT1512 & MAT1613 Pre: COS1501 or MAT2612 Co: MAT1512 Pre: MAT1503 Pre: COS1501 or MAT1512 or MAT1503 or MAT1613 Pre: MAT1512 & MAT1613 Pre: MAT1503 & MAT1512

Pre: STA1501 & STA1502 Pre: STA1501 & STA1502; Co: STA1503 Pre: STA1503 & MAT1512 Pre: STA1501 & STA1502

Third level
Module
Group A. Compulsory MAT3701 - Linear Algebra MAT3705 - Complex Analysis MAT3706 - Ordinary Differential Equations MAT3707 - Discrete Mathematics: Combinatorics MAT3711 - Real Analysis STA3701 - Applied Statistics III STA3702 - Statistical Inference III STA3703 - Distribution Theory III STA3704 - Time Series III STA3710 - Mathematical Techniques in Statistics

Pre/Co-requisite
Pre: MAT2611 Pre: MAT2613 or MAT2615 Pre: Any 2 APM or MAT modules on second level Pre: Any 2 APM or MAT modules on second level Pre: Any 2 APM or MAT modules on second level Pre: STA2601; Co: MAT2611 & STA3703 Pre: STA2603 Pre: STA2603 & MAT2615 Pre: STA2604 Pre: STA2603

118

Bachelor of Science

Stream (Mathematics and Computer Science Stream) Qualification code: 98801 - MCS NQF Exit level: 7 Total credits: 360 A National Senior Certificate (Degree endorsement) with at least 50% in the language of teaching and learning, and Mathematics with at least Admission requirements: Rules:
50%. A student who does not qualify in terms of the statutory or additional requirements, may follow Unisa's alternative pathways or apply for admission to an appropriate Diploma.

Students who want to register for Computer Science or Information Systems modules should: (a) Have access to an internet cafe, a Unisa Regional Learning Centre or other internet facilities. After registration, access to myUnisa on a regular basis is compulsory and (b) Have passed Computer Application Technology or Information Technology with a rating of 4 (new NSC) and have passed Computer Studies (NSC) or hold an Industry Standard qualification such as the ICDL in Computer Literacy. Students who do not satisfy this requirement are advised to register for EUP1501 before they will be allowed to register for COS1511.

First level
Module
Group A. Compulsory COS1501 - Theoretical Computer Science I COS1511 - Introduction to Programming I COS1512 - Introduction to Programming II COS1521 - Computer Systems: Fundamental Concepts EUP1501 - Ethical Information and Communication Technologies for Development Solutions MAT1503 - Linear Algebra MAT1512 - Calculus A

Pre/Co-requisite
Co: EUP1501 Pre: COS1511

Second level
Module
Group A. Compulsory APM2611 - Differential Equations COS2601 - Theoretical Computer Science II COS2611 - Programming: Data Structures COS2614 - Programming: Contemporary Concepts COS2621 - Computer Organisation COS2633 - Numerical Methods I COS2661 - Formal Logic II MAT1613 - Calculus B MAT2611 - Linear Algebra MAT2612 - Introduction to Discrete Mathematics MAT2613 - Real Analysis MAT2615 - Calculus in Higher Dimensions PLS2607 - Philosophy of Science

Pre/Co-requisite
Pre: MAT1512 & MAT1613 Pre: COS1501 or MAT2612 Pre: COS1512 Pre: COS1512 Pre: COS1512 & COS1521 Pre: COS1511 & MAT1512 & MAT1503 Pre: COS1501 Co: MAT1512 Pre: MAT1503 Pre: COS1501 or MAT1512 or MAT1503 or MAT1613 Pre: MAT1512 & MAT1613 Pre: MAT1503 & MAT1512

Third level
Module
Group A. Compulsory APM3711 - Numerical Methods II COS3701 - Theoretical Computer Science III COS3711 - Advanced Programming COS3721 - Operating Systems and Architecture COS3761 - Formal Logic III MAT3701 - Linear Algebra MAT3705 - Complex Analysis MAT3706 - Ordinary Differential Equations MAT3707 - Discrete Mathematics: Combinatorics MAT3711 - Real Analysis

Pre/Co-requisite
Pre: COS2633 Pre: COS2601 Pre: COS2611 & COS2614 Pre: COS2614 Pre: COS2661 Pre: MAT2611 Pre: MAT2613 or MAT2615 Pre: Any 2 APM or MAT modules on second level Pre: Any 2 APM or MAT modules on second level Pre: Any 2 APM or MAT modules on second level

119

Bachelor of Science

Stream (Mathematics and Information Systems Stream) Qualification code: 98801 - MIS NQF Exit level: 7 Total credits: 360 A National Senior Certificate (Degree endorsement) with at least 50% in the language of teaching and learning, and Mathematics with at least Admission requirements: Rules:
50%. A student who does not qualify in terms of the statutory or additional requirements, may follow Unisa's alternative pathways or apply for admission to an appropriate Diploma.

Students who want to register for Computer Science or Information Systems modules should: (a) Have access to an internet cafe, a Unisa Regional Learning Centre or other internet facilities. After registration, access to myUnisa on a regular basis is compulsory and (b) Have passed Computer Application Technology or Information Technology with a rating of 4 (new NSC) and have passed Computer Studies (NSC) or hold an Industry Standard qualification such as the ICDL in Computer Literacy. Students who do not satisfy this requirement are advised to register for EUP1501 before they will be allowed to register for COS1511.

First level
Module
Group A. Compulsory COS1501 - Theoretical Computer Science I EUP1501 - Ethical Information and Communication Technologies for Development Solutions INF1505 - Introduction to Business Information Systems INF1511 - Visual Programming I INF1520 - Human-Computer Interaction I MAT1503 - Linear Algebra MAT1512 - Calculus A

Pre/Co-requisite

Second level
Module
Group A. Compulsory APM2611 - Differential Equations COS2601 - Theoretical Computer Science II COS2626 - Computer Networks I ICT2621 - Structured Systems Analysis and Design ICT2622 - Object-Oriented Analysis INF2611 - Visual Programming II MAT1613 - Calculus B MAT2611 - Linear Algebra MAT2612 - Introduction to Discrete Mathematics MAT2613 - Real Analysis MAT2615 - Calculus in Higher Dimensions PLS2601 - Critical Reasoning PLS2607 - Philosophy of Science

Pre/Co-requisite
Pre: MAT1512 & MAT1613 Pre: COS1501 or MAT2612 Pre: ICT1541 & ICT1521 Pre: ICT1541 & ICT1521; Co: ICT2621 Pre: INF1511 Co: MAT1512 Pre: MAT1503 Pre: COS1501 or MAT1512 or MAT1503 or MAT1613 Pre: MAT1512 & MAT1613 Pre: MAT1503 & MAT1512

Third level
Module
Group A. Compulsory INF3703 - Databases II INF3705 - Advanced Systems Development INF3707 - Database Design and Implementation INF3708 - Software Project Management INF3720 - Human-Computer Interaction II MAT3701 - Linear Algebra MAT3705 - Complex Analysis MAT3706 - Ordinary Differential Equations MAT3707 - Discrete Mathematics: Combinatorics MAT3711 - Real Analysis

Pre/Co-requisite
Pre: ICT2621 or ICT2622 Pre: ICT2621 & ICT2622 Pre: ICT2621 or ICT2622 Co: INF1520 Pre: MAT2611 Pre: MAT2613 or MAT2615 Pre: Any 2 APM or MAT modules on second level Pre: Any 2 APM or MAT modules on second level Pre: Any 2 APM or MAT modules on second level

120

Bachelor of Science

Stream (Statistics and Physics Stream) Qualification code: 98801 - STP NQF Exit level: 7 Total credits: 360 A National Senior Certificate (Degree endorsement) with at least 50% in the language of teaching and learning, with at least 50% in Admission requirements:

Mathematics and Physical Science. A student who does not qualify in terms of the statutory or additional requirements, may follow Unisa's alternative pathways or apply for admission to an appropriate Diploma.

First level
Module
Group A. Compulsory MAT1503 - Linear Algebra MAT1512 - Calculus A PHY1503 - Physics Practical Work I PHY1505 - Mechanics (Physics) PHY1506 - Electromagnetism and Heat (Physics) STA1501 - Descriptive Statistics and Probability STA1502 - Statistical Inference I STA1503 - Distribution Theory I

Pre/Co-requisite

Co: PHY1505 & PHY1506

Co: STA1501 Pre: STA1501; Co: STA1502 & MAT1512

Second level
Module
Group A. Compulsory APM2611 - Differential Equations MAT1613 - Calculus B MAT2611 - Linear Algebra MAT2615 - Calculus in Higher Dimensions PHY1604 - Modern Physics PHY2601 - Classical Mechanics PHY2602 - Electricity and Magnetism (Physics) PHY2606 - Waves (Physics) STA2601 STA2602 STA2603 STA2604 Applied Statistics II Statistical Inference II Distribution Theory II Forecasting II

Pre/Co-requisite
Pre: MAT1512 & MAT1613 Co: MAT1512 Pre: MAT1503 Pre: MAT1503 & MAT1512 Co: PHY1505 Pre: PHY1505, MAT1503 & MAT1512 Pre: PHY1506, MAT1503 & MAT1512 Pre: PHY1503, PHY1505, PHY1506, MAT1503 & MAT1512 Pre: STA1501 & STA1502 Pre: STA1502; Co: STA1503 Pre: STA1503 & MAT1512 Pre: STA1501 & STA1502

Third level
Module
Group A. Compulsory PHY3702 - Quantum Physics PHY3703 PHY3707 PHY3708 PHY3709 STA3701 STA3702 STA3703 STA3704 STA3710 Statistical and Thermal Physics Solid State Physics Atomic and Nuclear Physics Computational Modeling Applied Statistics III Statistical Inference III Distribution Theory III Time Series III Mathematical Techniques in Statistics

Pre/Co-requisite
Pre: APM2611, MAT2611, PHY1604, PHY2601 & PHY2602 Pre: PHY2606; Co: PHY3702 Pre: PHY2606; Co: PHY3702 Pre: PHY2606; Co: PHY3702 Co: APM2611 Pre: STA2601; Co: MAT2611 & STA3703 Pre: STA2603 Pre: STA2603 & MAT2615 Pre: STA2604 Pre: STA2603

121

Bachelor of Science in Computing


Qualification code: 98906 Admission requirements: Rules:

A National Senior Certificate (Degree endorsement) with at least 50% in the language of teaching and learning, and Mathematics with at least 50%. A student who does not qualify in terms of the statutory or additional requirements, may follow Unisa's alternative pathways or apply for admission to an appropriate Diploma.

NQF Exit level: 7

Total credits: 360

Students who want to register for Computer Science or Information Systems modules should: (a) Have access to an internet cafe, a Unisa Regional Learning Centre or other internet facilities. After registration, access to myUnisa on a regular basis is compulsory and (b) Have passed Computer Application Technology or Information Technology with a rating of 4 (new NSC) and have passed Computer Studies (NSC) or hold an Industry Standard qualification such as the ICDL in Computer Literacy. Students who do not satisfy this requirement are advised to register for EUP1501 before they will be allowed to register for COS1511.

First level
Module
Group A. Compulsory COS1501 - Theoretical Computer Science I COS1511 - Introduction to Programming I COS1512 - Introduction to Programming II COS1521 - Computer Systems: Fundamental Concepts INF1505 - Introduction to Business Information Systems Group B. Choose 3 from the following INF1511 - Visual Programming I INF1520 - Human-Computer Interaction I MAT1503 - Linear Algebra MAT1512 - Calculus A

Pre/Co-requisite

Pre: COS1511

Second level
Module
Group A. Compulsory COS2601 - Theoretical Computer Science II COS2611 - Programming: Data Structures COS2614 - Programming: Contemporary Concepts COS2621 - Computer Organisation COS2626 - Computer Networks I ICT2621 - Structured Systems Analysis and Design ICT2622 - Object-Oriented Analysis INF2603 - Databases I STA1610 - Introduction to Statistics Group B. Choose 2 from the following COS2633 - Numerical Methods I COS2661 - Formal Logic II INF2611 - Visual Programming II

Pre/Co-requisite
Pre: COS1501 Pre: COS1512 Pre: COS1512 Pre: COS1512 & COS1521 Pre: INF1505 & INF1511 Pre: INF1505 & INF1511 Pre: INF1505

Pre: MAT1512 & MAT1503 & COS1511 Pre: COS1501 Pre: INF1511

Third level
Module
Group A. Compulsory COS3701 - Theoretical Computer Science III COS3711 - Advanced Programming COS3721 - Operating Systems and Architecture INF3703 - Databases II INF3705 - Advanced Systems Development INF3707 - Database Design and Implementation INF3708 - Software Project Management Group B. Choose 4 from the following APM3711 - Numerical Methods II COS3712 - Computer Graphics COS3751 - Techniques of Artificial Intelligence COS3761 - Formal Logic III INF3720 - Human-Computer Interaction II

Pre/Co-requisite
Pre: COS2601 Pre: COS2611 & COS2614 Pre: COS2614 Pre: INF2603 or ICT2621 or ICT2622 Pre: ICT2621 & ICT2622 Pre: INF2603 or ICT2621 or ICT2622

Pre: COS2633 Pre: MAT1503 & COS2611 Pre: COS2611 & COS2661 Pre: COS2661 Co: INF1520

122

Bachelor of Science in Informatics


Qualification code: 98907 Admission requirements: Rules:

A National Senior Certificate (Degree endorsement) with at least 50% in the language of teaching and learning, and Mathematics with at least 50%. A student who does not qualify in terms of the statutory or additional requirements, may follow Unisa's alternative pathways or apply for admission to an appropriate Diploma.

NQF Exit level: 7

Total credits: 360

Students who want to register for Computer Science or Information Systems modules should: (a) Have access to an internet cafe, a Unisa Regional Learning Centre or other internet facilities. After registration, access to myUnisa on a regular basis is compulsory and (b) Have passed Computer Application Technology or Information Technology with a rating of 4 (new NSC) and have passed Computer Studies (NSC) or hold an Industry Standard qualification such as the ICDL in Computer Literacy. Students who do not satisfy this requirement are advised to register for EUP1501 before they will be allowed to register for COS1511.

First level
Module
Group A. Compulsory COS1511 - Introduction to Programming I COS1512 - Introduction to Programming II COS1521 - Computer Systems: Fundamental Concepts FAC1502 - Financial Accounting Principles, Concepts and Procedures INF1505 - Introduction to Business Information Systems INF1511 - Visual Programming I INF1520 - Human-Computer Interaction I MNB1501 - Business Management IA

Pre/Co-requisite
Pre: COS1511

Second level
Module
Group A. Compulsory COS2614 - Programming: Contemporary Concepts COS2626 - Computer Networks I ICT2621 - Structured Systems Analysis and Design ICT2622 - Object-Oriented Analysis INF2603 - Databases I INF2611 - Visual Programming II MNB1601 - Business Management IB MNE2601 - Introduction to Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management MNG2601 - General Management STA1610 - Introduction to Statistics Group B. Choose 2 from the following AUE202M - Introduction to The Performing of The Audit Process COS2611 - Programming: Data Structures FAC1601 - Financial Accounting Reporting

Pre/Co-requisite
Pre: COS1512 Pre: INF1505 & INF1511 Pre: INF1505 & INF1511 Pre: INF1505 Pre: INF1511 Pre: MNB1501 Pre: MNB1501 & MNB1601 Pre: MNB1601

Pre: FAC1502 Pre: COS1512 Pre: FAC1502

Third level
Module
Group A. Compulsory INF3703 - Databases II INF3705 - Advanced Systems Development INF3707 - Database Design and Implementation INF3708 - Software Project Management INF3720 - Human-Computer Interaction II MNE3701 - Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management MNE3702 - Corporate Entrepreneurship MNG301A - Strategic Planning IIIA MNG302B - Strategic Implementation IIIB Group B. Choose 1 from the following AUI3702 - The Internal Audit Process: Test of Controls (Offered from 2014) COS3711 - Advanced Programming MNI301J - Global Business Environment

Pre/Co-requisite
Pre: INF2603 or ICT2621 or ICT2622 Pre: ICT2621 & ICT2622 Pre: INF2603 or ICT2621 or ICT2622 Co: INF1520 Pre: MNE2601 Pre: MNE2601 Pre: MNG2601 Co: MNG302B Pre: AUE2602 Pre: COS2611 & COS2614 Pre: MNG2601

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HONOURS DEGREES
Honours Bachelor of Commerce in Statistics
Qualification code: 04103 NQF Exit level: 7 Total credits: 120 Qualification offered until 2013, and ONLY for students previously registered for this qualification. An appropriate bachelor's degree with an average of 60% or more. In instances where a student does not have an average of 60% or more a Admission requirements:
submission may be made to the relevant college to allow such a student admission. Students must provide a written motivation of not more than 3 pages requesting admission to the college. Each college will determine the requirements for the motivation. However, in considering the application the college must take into account: the relevant experience, work or otherwise, of the student; the language capabilities of the student; alternative options for access into the programme; any other factor deemed necessary by the college.

Rules: Module

Access to a computer is a requirement.

Group A. Compulsory STA4801 - Matrix Methods in Statistics STA4802 - Multivariate Distribution Theory STA4803 - Linear Models STA4804 - Regression STA4805 - Research Project in Statistics STA4806 - Advanced Research Methods in Statistics Group B. Choose 3 from the following STA4807 - Time Series STA4808 - Survival Analysis STA4809 - Nonparametric Regression STA4810 - Methods of Multivariate Analysis STA4811 - Probability and Stochastic Processes STA4812 - Inference

Pre/Co-requisite
Co: STA4801 Co: STA4801 Co: STA4801 & STA4803 Co: STA4806 Co: STA4801 Co: STA4801 Co: STA4801 Co: STA4801 & STA4802 & STA4806 Co: STA4801 Co: STA4801

Honours Bachelor of Science in Chemistry

Qualification code: 04472 NQF Exit level: 7 Total credits: 120 Qualification offered until 2015, and ONLY for students previously registered for this qualification. An appropriate bachelor's degree with an average of 60% or more. In instances where a student does not have an average of 60% or more a Admission requirements:
submission may be made to the relevant college to allow such a student admission. Students must provide a written motivation of not more than 3 pages requesting admission to the college. Each college will determine the requirements for the motivation. However, in considering the application the college must take into account: the relevant experience, work or otherwise, of the student; the language capabilities of the student; alternative options for access into the programme; any other factor deemed necessary by the college.

Rules:

A student whose average for Chemistry III or equivalent is between 55% and 59% and who has fulfilled the other admission requirements stipulated above may be granted provisional admission but consideration of the student's experiences in his or her profession will be taken into account. Such a student may be allowed to register for a maximum of three honours modules in consultation with the Chair of the Department of Chemistry. A student may not register for any other honours modules in the following year unless he or she has passed the three stipulated honours modules. Pre/Co-requisite

Module

Group A. Compulsory CHE4801 - Inorganic Chemistry IV CHE4802 - Physical Chemistry IV CHE4803 - Organic Chemistry IV CHE4804 - Analytical Chemistry IV CHE4805 - Advanced Physical Inorganic Chemistry CHE4806 - Advanced Organic Chemistry CHE4807 - Environmental Chemistry CHE4808 - Honours Project

Co: CHE4803 Pre: CHE4803 Pre: CHE4801 & CHE4802 & CHE4803 & CHE4804

Honours Bachelor of Science in Physics

Qualification code: 04502 NQF Exit level: 7 Total credits: 120 Qualification offered until 2015, and ONLY for students previously registered for this qualification. An appropriate bachelor's degree with an average of 60% or more. In instances where a student does not have an average of 60% or more a Admission requirements:
submission may be made to the relevant college to allow such a student admission. Students must provide a written motivation of not more than 3 pages reaquesting admission to the college. Each college will determine the requirements for the motivation. However, in considering the application the college must take into account: the relevant experience, work or otherwise, of the student; the language capabilities of the student; alternative options for access into the programme; any other factor deemed necessary by the college.

Module

Group A. Compulsory HMPHY80 - Physics Honours Research Methods HRPHY81 - Physics Honours Research Project PHY4801 - Advanced Mathematical Methods PHY4802 - Electromagnetism PHY4803 - Quantum Mechanics I PHY4804 - Quantum Mechanics II PHY4805 - Statistical Physics PHY4806 - Advanced Solid State Physics PHY4807 - Nuclear Physics

Pre/Co-requisite
Co: PHY4801 Co: HMPHY80 Co: PHY4801 Co: PHY4801 Co: PHY4803 Co: PHY4801 Co: PHY4801 Co: PHY4801

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Honours Bachelor of Science in Computer Science

Qualification code: 04545 NQF Exit level: 7 Total credits: 120 Qualification offered until 2013, and ONLY for students previously registered for this qualification. Completed Bachelors degree, with an average of 60% in the relevant major subject. Admission requirements: Rules: Students who wish to start their Honours degree in Computer Science should register for the Bachelor of Science Honours degree in Computing (98908). Students who have not done COS462K may take HPCOS81. Students may take up to 24 credits from another Department/College at Unisa. Students who want to register for this qualification must have access to an Internet Cafe or a Unisa Regional Learning Centre or other Internet facilities. After registration, access to myUnisa on a regular basis is compulsory. Module
Group A. This curriculum comprises of 10 modules, include at least 5 COS modules. COS4807 - Formal Logic COS4840 - Ontology Engineering COS4851 - Logic-Based Reasoning COS4852 - Machine Learning COS4861 - Natural Language Processing COS4892 - Formal Program Verification INF4817 - Software Engineering INF4820 - Human-Computer Interaction INF4825 - Software Project Management INF4831 - Information Security INF4860 - E-Learning: Concepts and Principles INF4883 - Enterprise Architecture

Pre/Co-requisite

Honours Bachelor of Science in Astronomy

Qualification code: 04561 NQF Exit level: 7 Total credits: 120 Qualification offered until 2013, and ONLY for students previously registered for this qualification. An appropriate bachelor's degree with an average of 60% or more. In instances where a student does not have an average of 60% or more a Admission requirements:
submission may be made to the relevant college to allow such a student admission. Students must provide a written motivation of not more than 3 pages requesting admission to the college. Each college will determine the requirements for the motivation. However, in considering the application the college must take into account: the relevant experience, work or otherwise, of the student; the language capabilities of the student; alternative options for access into the programme; any other factor deemed necessary by the college.

Module

Group A. Compulsory AST4880 - Galaxies I AST4883 - Radiative Processes HMAST80 - Research Methods: Astronomy HRAST81 - Honours Research Report: Astronomy Group B. Choose 5 from the following APM4801 - Cosmology APM4804 - Introduction to General Relativity APM4805 - Mathematics of Optimization Theory APM4806 - Riemannian Geometry and Tensor Calculus APM4808 - Numerical Solutions to Partial Differential Equations APM4809 - Optimal Control APM4810 - An Introduction to The Finite Element Method APM4811 - Applied Functional Analysis APM4812 - Introduction to Mechanics of Fluids AST4870 - Special Topics in Astrophysics AST4871 - Special Topics in Astrophysics AST4872 - Special Topics in Astrophysics AST4873 - Special Topics in Astrophysics AST4874 - Special Topics in Astrophysics AST4875 - Special Topics in Astrophysics AST4876 - Special Topics in Astrophysics AST4877 - Special Topics in Astrophysics AST4878 - Special Topics in Astrophysics AST4879 - Special Topics in Astrophysics AST4881 - Galaxies II AST4882 - Astrophysics of Dust AST4884 - Atomic and Molecular Spectroscopy PHY4801 - Advanced Mathematical Methods PHY4802 - Electromagnetism PHY4803 - Quantum Mechanics I PHY4804 - Quantum Mechanics II PHY4805 - Statistical Physics PHY4806 - Advanced Solid State Physics PHY4807 - Nuclear Physics

Pre/Co-requisite

Co: HMAST80

Co: PHY4801 Co: PHY4801 Co: PHY4801 & PHY4803 Co: PHY4801 Co: PHY4801 Co: PHY4801

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Honours Bachelor of Science in Applied Mathematics

Qualification code: 0457X NQF Exit level: 7 Total credits: 120 Qualification offered until 2015, and ONLY for students previously registered for this qualification. An appropriate bachelor's degree with an average of 60% or more. In instances where a student does not have an average of 60% or more Admission requirements:

a submission may be made to the relevant college to allow such a student admission. Students must provide a written motivation of not more than 3 pages reaquesting admission to the college. Each college will determine the requirements for the motivation. However, in considering the application the college must take into account: the relevant experience, work or otherwise, of the student; the language capabilities of the student; alternative options for access into the programme; any other factor deemed necessary by the college.

Module

Group A. Compulsory HMAPM80 - Research Methods in Applied Mathematics HRAPM81 - Honours Research Project in Applied Mathematics Group B. Choose 7 from the following. APM4801 - Cosmology APM4802 - Continuous Time Stochastics Processes APM4804 - Introduction to General Relativity APM4805 - Mathematics of Optimization Theory APM4806 - Riemannian Geometry and Tensor Calculus APM4808 - Numerical Solutions to Partial Differential Equations APM4809 - Optimal Control APM4810 - An Introduction to The Finite Element Method APM4811 - Applied Functional Analysis APM4812 - Introduction to Mechanics of Fluids MAT4847 - Partial Differential Equations I MAT4848 - Partial Differential Equations II

Pre/Co-requisite
Pre: HMAPM80

Co: MAT4847

Honours Bachelor of Science in Mathematics

Qualification code: 04588 NQF Exit level: 7 Total credits: 120 Qualification offered until 2015, and ONLY for students previously registered for this qualification. An appropriate bachelor's degree with an average of 60% or more. In instances where a student does not have an average of 60% or more a Admission requirements:
submission may be made to the relevant college to allow such a student admission. Students must provide a written motivation of not more than three pages reaquesting admission to the college. Each college will determine the requirements for the motivation. However, in considering the application the college must take into account: the relevant experience, work or otherwise, of the student; the language capabilities of the student; alternative options for access into the programme; any other factor deemed necessary by the college.

Module

Group A. Compulsory HMMAT80 - Research Methods in Mathematics HRMAT81 - Honours Research Report in Mathematics MAT4838 - Category Theory Group B. Choose 7 from the following MAT4831 - Measure Theory and Integration I MAT4832 - Measure Theory and Integration II MAT4833 - Group Theory MAT4834 - Rings and Fields MAT4835 - Set Theory MAT4836 - Topology MAT4837 - Introduction to Category Theory MAT4841 - Functional Analysis I MAT4842 - Functional Analysis II MAT4843 - Ordinary Differential Equations I MAT4844 - Ordinary Differential Equations II MAT4845 - Graph Theory I MAT4846 - Graph Theory II MAT4847 - Partial Differential Equations I MAT4848 - Partial Differential Equations II MAT4853 - Number Theory I MAT4854 - Number Theory II MAT4857 - Matrix Theory I MAT4858 - Matrix Theory II

Pre/Co-requisite
Pre: HMMAT80

Co: MAT4831 Co: MAT4833

Co: MAT4841 Co: MAT4843 Co: MAT4845 Co: MAT4847 Co: MAT4853 Co: MAT4857

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Honours Bachelor of Science in Statistics

Qualification code: 04596 NQF Exit level: 7 Total credits: 120 Qualification offered until 2015, and ONLY for students previously registered for this qualification. An appropriate bachelor's degree with an average of 60% or more. In instances where a student does not have an average of 60% or more a Admission requirements:
submission may be made to the relevant college to allow such a student admission. Students must provide a written motivation of not more than 3 pages reaquesting admission to the college. Each college will determine the requirements for the motivation. However, in considering the application the college must take into account: the relevant experience, work or otherwise, of the student; the language capabilities of the student; alternative options for access into the programme; any other factor deemed necessary by the college.

Rules: Module

Access to a computer is a requirement.

Group A. Compulsory STA4801 - Matrix Methods in Statistics STA4802 - Multivariate Distribution Theory STA4803 - Linear Models STA4804 - Regression STA4805 - Research Project in Statistics STA4806 - Advanced Research Methods in Statistics Group B. Choose 3 from the following STA4807 - Time Series STA4808 - Survival Analysis STA4809 - Nonparametric Regression STA4810 - Methods of Multivariate Analysis STA4811 - Probability and Stochastic Processes STA4812 - Inference

Pre/Co-requisite
Co: STA4801 Co: STA4801 Co: STA4801 & STA4803 Co: STA4806 Co: STA4801 Co: STA4801 Co: STA4801 Co: STA4801 & STA4802 & STA4806 Co: STA4801 Co: STA4801

Honours Bachelor of Science in Information Systems

Qualification code: 04693 NQF Exit level: 7 Total credits: 120 Qualification offered until 2013, and ONLY for students previously registered for this qualification. Completed Bachelors degree, with an average of 60% in the relevant major subject. Admission requirements: Rules: Students who wish to start their Honours degree in Information Systems should register for the Bachelor of Science Honours degree in Computing (98908). Students who have not done INF462T may take HPCOS81. Students may take up to 24 credits from another Department/College at UNISA. Students who want to register for this qualification must have access to an Internet Cafe or a Unisa Regional Learning Centre or other Internet facilities. After registration, access to myUnisa on a regular basis is compulsory. Module
Group A. This curriculum comprises of 10 modules, include at least 5 INF modules. COS4807 - Formal Logic COS4840 - Ontology Engineering COS4851 - Logic-Based Reasoning COS4852 - Machine Learning COS4861 - Natural Language Processing COS4892 - Formal Program Verification INF4817 - Software Engineering INF4820 - Human-Computer Interaction INF4825 - Software Project Management INF4831 - Information Security INF4860 - E-Learning: Concepts and Principles INF4883 - Enterprise Architecture

Pre/Co-requisite

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Bachelor of Commerce Honours in Business Informatics


Qualification code: 98450 Admission requirements: Module NQF Exit level: 8

A BCom or BCompt degree (or equivalent qualification) with an average of at least 60% in the relevant major subject.

Total credits: 120 Pre/Co-requisite


Pre: HPCOS81

Group A. Compulsory HPCOS81 - Research Methods and Proposal HRCOS82 - Honours Research Report Group B. Choose 2 from the following INF4817 - Software Engineering INF4820 - Human-Computer Interaction INF4825 - Software Project Management INF4831 - Information Security INF4883 - Enterprise Architecture Group C. Choose 2 from the following AUI4861 - Advanced Internal Audit Practice AUI4862 - Advanced Internal Audit Responsibilities in Risk, Control and Governance BAN4801 - Financial Institutions Management FIN4801 - Advanced Financial Management FIN4802 - International Financial Management INV4801 - Investments: Portfolio Management IOP4862 - Managerial and Organisational Psychology ORGREN5 - Management of Organisational Change and Renewal RSK4801 - Operational Risk Management STRBESC - Strategic Management

Honours Bachelor Of Commerce In Business Informatics

Qualification code: 05282 NQF Exit level: 7 Qualification offered until 2013, and ONLY for students previously registered for this qualification. Admission requirements: Completed Bachelors degree, with an average of 60% in the relevant major subject. Rules:

Total credits: 120

Students who still need to do INF418P or INF450P, will have to convert to the new curriculum, 98450 degree. INF418P - Database: Advanced Concepts INF450P - IS Development: Methodologies, Techniques and tools INF462T - Research for Computing (Information Systems) INF482X - Software Specification Techniques. Refer to the MyRegistration brochure for more information on transitional arrangements. Pre/Co-requisite Pre/Co-requisite

Module Group C. Choose 2 Papers from the following Subjects 2 Subjects Module Group A. Compulsory INF4817 Software Engineering INF4831 Information Security Group B. Choose 4 from the following INF4820 Human-Computer Interaction INF4825 Software Project Management INF412H Research Project INF4860 E-Learning : Concepts and Principles INF4883 Enterprise Architecture COS4848 Ontology Engineering Group C. Choose 2 Papers from the following Subjects Accounting Auditing Internal Auditing Business Management Economics Industrial Psychology Quantitative Management Transport Economics Logistics

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Bachelor of Science Honours in Computing


Qualification code: 98908 Admission requirements: Rules:

A BSc degree (or equivalent qualification) with 60% in a relevant major subject.

NQF Exit level: 8

Total credits: 120

Computing is an umbrella term that includes both Computer Science and Information Systems. The new Bachelor of Science Honours degree in Computing (98908) therefore includes modules in Information Systems and Computer Science. Students may take any combination of them. Note, however, that the Computer Science modules assume a background in Computer Science. Students with only a major in Information Systems on undergraduate level are strongly advised to take the Information Systems honours modules, and students with only a major in Computer Science on undergraduate level are strongly advised to take the Computer Science honours modules. An exception is Ontology Engineering COS4840, which is suitable for students with a background in Computer Science or Information Systems. Students who want to register for this qualification must have access to an Internet Cafe or a Unisa Regional Learning Centre or other Internet facilities. After registration, access to myUnisa on a regular basis is compulsory. Pre/Co-requisite
Pre: HPCOS81

Module

Group A. Compulsory HPCOS81 - Research Methods and Proposal HRCOS82 - Honours Research Report Group B. Choose any 6 from the following COS4807 - Formal Logic COS4840 - Ontology Engineering COS4851 - Logic-Based Reasoning COS4852 - Machine Learning COS4861 - Natural Language Processing COS4892 - Formal Program Verification INF4817 - Software Engineering INF4820 - Human-Computer Interaction INF4825 - Software Project Management INF4831 - Information Security INF4860 - E-Learning: Concepts and Principles INF4883 - Enterprise Architecture

Bachelor of Science Honours in Astronomy Education


Qualification code: 98909 Admission requirements: NQF Exit level: 8

An appropriate bachelor's degree in Astronomy or Physics with an average of 60% or more. In instances where a student does not have an average of 60% or more a submission may be made to the relevant college to allow such a student admission. Students must provide a written motivation of not more than 3 pages requesting admission to the college. Each college will determine the requirements for the motivation. However, in considering the application the college must take into account: the relevant experience, work or otherwise, of the student; the language capabilities of the student; alternative options for access into the programme; any other factor deemed necessary by the college.

Total credits: 120

Module

Group A. Compulsory HPSTE81 - Proposal for Honours in Mathematics, Science and Technology Education HRMAS82 - Honours Report in Astronomy Education STE4801 - Contemporary Theories of Learning and Implications for Teaching STE4802 - History and Philosophy of Science STE4803 - Research Methods in Mathematics, Science and Technology Education STE4804 - Contributions From Cognitive Science to Teaching and Learning Group B. Choose any 3 from the following: AST4870 - Special Topics in Astrophysics AST4880 - Galaxies I AST4881 - Galaxies II AST4882 - Astrophysics of Dust AST4884 - Atomic and Molecular Spectroscopy

Pre/Co-requisite
Pre: HPSTE81

Bachelor of Science Honours in Chemistry Education


Qualification code: 98910 Admission requirements: NQF Exit level: 8

An appropriate bachelor's degree in Chemistry with an average of 60% or more. In instances where a student does not have an average of 60% or more a submission may be made to the relevant college to allow such a student admission. Students must provide a written motivation of not more than 3 pages requesting admission to the college. Each college will determine the requirements for the motivation. However, in considering the application the college must take into account: the relevant experience, work or otherwise, of the student; the language capabilities of the student; alternative options for access into the programme; any other factor deemed necessary by the college.

Total credits: 120

Module

Group A. Compulsory HPSTE81 - Proposal for Honours in Mathematics, Science and Technology Education HRMCH82 - Honours Report in Chemistry Education STE4801 - Contemporary Theories of Learning and Implications for Teaching STE4802 - History and Philosophy of Science STE4803 - Research Methods in Mathematics, Science and Technology Education STE4804 - Contributions From Cognitive Science to Teaching and Learning Group B. Choose any 3 from the following: CHE4801 - Inorganic Chemistry IV CHE4802 - Physical Chemistry IV CHE4803 - Organic Chemistry IV CHE4804 - Analytical Chemistry IV

Pre/Co-requisite
Pre: HPSTE81

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Bachelor of Science Honours in Computing Education


Qualification code: 98911 Admission requirements: NQF Exit level: 8

An appropriate bachelor's degree in Computer Science with an average of 60% or more. In instances where a student does not have an average of 60% or more a submission may be made to the relevant college to allow such a student admission. Students must provide a written motivation of not more than 3 pages requesting admission to the college. Each college will determine the requirements for the motivation. However, in considering the application the college must take into account: the relevant experience, work or otherwise, of the student; the language capabilities of the student; alternative options for access into the programme; any other factor deemed necessary by the college.

Total credits: 120

Module

Group A. Compulsory HPSTE81 - Proposal for Honours in Mathematics, Science and Technology Education HRMCO82 - Honours Report in Computing Education STE4801 - Contemporary Theories of Learning and Implications for Teaching STE4802 - History and Philosophy of Science STE4803 - Research Methods in Mathematics, Science and Technology Education STE4804 - Contributions From Cognitive Science to Teaching and Learning Group B. Choose any 3 from the following: COS4807 - Formal Logic COS4840 - Ontology Engineering COS4851 - Logic-Based Reasoning COS4852 - Machine Learning COS4861 - Natural Language Processing COS4892 - Formal Program Verification

Pre/Co-requisite
Pre: HPSTE81

Bachelor of Science Honours in Life Science Education


Qualification code: 98912 Admission requirements: NQF Exit level: 8

An appropriate bachelor's degree in any of the life Sciences with an average of 60% or more. In instances where a student does not have an average of 60% or more a submission may be made to the relevant college to allow such a student admission. Students must provide a written motivation of not more than 3 pages requesting admission to the college. Each college will determine the requirements for the motivation. However, in considering the application the college must take into account: the relevant experience, work or otherwise, of the student; the language capabilities of the student; alternative options for access into the programme; any other factor deemed necessary by the college.

Total credits: 120

Module

Group A. Compulsory BOT4802 - Advanced Plant Taxonomy and Nomenclature HES4807 - Conservation Ecology HPSTE81 - Proposal for Honours in Mathematics, Science and Technology Education HRMLS82 - Honours Report in Life Science Education STE4801 - Contemporary Theories of Learning and Implications for Teaching STE4802 - History and Philosophy of Science STE4803 - Research Methods in Mathematics, Science and Technology Education STE4804 - Contributions From Cognitive Science to Teaching and Learning Group B. Choose 1 from the following: BOT4801 - Medicinal Plant Use HES4803 - Ecotoxicology

Pre/Co-requisite

Pre: HPSTE81

Bachelor of Science Honours in Mathematics Education


Qualification code: 98913 Admission requirements: NQF Exit level: 8

An appropriate bachelor's degree in Mathematics with an average of 60% or more. In instances where a student does not have an average of 60% or more a submission may be made to the relevant college to allow such a student admission. Students must provide a written motivation of not more than 3 pages requesting admission to the college. Each college will determine the requirements for the motivation. However, in considering the application the college must take into account: the relevant experience, work or otherwise, of the student; the language capabilities of the student; alternative options for access into the programme; any other factor deemed necessary by the college.

Total credits: 120

Module

Group A. Compulsory HPSTE81 - Proposal for Honours in Mathematics, Science and Technology Education HRMMA82 - Honours Report in Mathematics Education STE4801 - Contemporary Theories of Learning and Implications for Teaching STE4802 - History and Philosophy of Science STE4803 - Research Methods in Mathematics, Science and Technology Education STE4804 - Contributions From Cognitive Science to Teaching and Learning Group B. Choose any 3 from the following: APM4801 - Cosmology MAT4831 - Measure Theory and Integration I MAT4836 - Topology MAT4841 - Functional Analysis I MAT4843 - Ordinary Differential Equations I MAT4845 - Graph Theory I MAT4847 - Partial Differential Equations I MAT4853 - Number Theory I MAT4857 - Matrix Theory I

Pre/Co-requisite
Pre: HPSTE81

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Bachelor of Science Honours in Physics Education


Qualification code: 98914 Admission requirements:

An appropriate bachelor's degree in Physics with an average of 60% or more. In instances where a student does not have an average of 60% or more a submission may be made to the relevant college to allow such a student admission. Students must provide a written motivation of not more than 3 pages requesting admission to the college. Each college will determine the requirements for the motivation. However, in considering the application the college must take into account: the relevant experience, work or otherwise, of the student; the language capabilities of the student; alternative options for access into the programme; any other factor deemed necessary by the college.

NQF Exit level: 8

Total credits: 120

Module

Group A. Compulsory HPSTE81 - Proposal for Honours in Mathematics, Science and Technology Education HRMPH82 - Honours Report in Physics Education STE4801 - Contemporary Theories of Learning and Implications for Teaching STE4802 - History and Philosophy of Science STE4803 - Research Methods in Mathematics, Science and Technology Education STE4804 - Contributions From Cognitive Science to Teaching and Learning Group B. Choose any 3 from the following: PHY4801 - Advanced Mathematical Methods PHY4802 - Electromagnetism PHY4805 - Statistical Physics PHY4806 - Advanced Solid State Physics PHY4807 - Nuclear Physics

Pre/Co-requisite
Pre: HPSTE81

Co: PHY4801 Co: PHY4801 Co: PHY4801 Co: PHY4801

Bachelor of Science Honours in Science Education


Qualification code: 98915 Admission requirements:

An appropriate bachelor's degree with an average of 60% or more. In instances where a student does not have an average of 60% or more a submission may be made to the relevant college to allow such a student admission. Students must provide a written motivation of not more than 3 pages requesting admission to the college. Each college will determine the requirements for the motivation. However, in considering the application the college must take into account: the relevant experience, work or otherwise, of the student; the language capabilities of the student; alternative options for access into the programme; any other factor deemed necessary by the college.

NQF Exit level: 8

Total credits: 120

Module

Group A. Compulsory HPSTE81 - Proposal for Honours in Mathematics, Science and Technology Education HRMSE82 - Honours Report in Science Education STE4801 - Contemporary Theories of Learning and Implications for Teaching STE4802 - History and Philosophy of Science STE4803 - Research Methods in Mathematics, Science and Technology Education STE4804 - Contributions From Cognitive Science to Teaching and Learning Group B. Choose any 3 from the following: APM4801 - Cosmology APM4802 - Continuous Time Stochastics Processes APM4804 - Introduction to General Relativity APM4805 - Mathematics of Optimization Theory APM4806 - Riemannian Geometry and Tensor Calculus APM4808 - Numerical Solutions to Partial Differential Equations APM4809 - Optimal Control APM4810 - An Introduction to The Finite Element Method APM4811 - Applied Functional Analysis APM4812 - Introduction to Mechanics of Fluids BOT4801 - Medicinal Plant Use BOT4802 - Advanced Plant Taxonomy and Nomenclature CHE4801 - Inorganic Chemistry IV CHE4802 - Physical Chemistry IV CHE4803 - Organic Chemistry IV CHE4804 - Analytical Chemistry IV CHE4805 - Advanced Physical Inorganic Chemistry CHE4806 - Advanced Organic Chemistry CHE4807 - Environmental Chemistry CHE4808 - Honours Project COS4807 - Formal Logic COS4851 - Logic-Based Reasoning COS4852 - Machine Learning COS4892 - Formal Program Verification INF4817 - Software Engineering INF4820 - Human-Computer Interaction INF4825 - Software Project Management INF4831 - Information Security INF4860 - E-Learning: Concepts and Principles INF4883 - Enterprise Architecture MAT4831 - Measure Theory and Integration I MAT4832 - Measure Theory and Integration II MAT4833 - Group Theory MAT4834 - Rings and Fields MAT4835 - Set Theory MAT4836 - Topology

Pre/Co-requisite
Pre: HPSTE81

Co: CHE4803 Co: CHE4801 & CHE4802 & CHE4803 & CHE4804

Co: MAT4831 Co: MAT4833

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MAT4837 MAT4841 MAT4842 MAT4843 MAT4844 MAT4845 MAT4846 MAT4847 MAT4848 MAT4853 MAT4854 MAT4857 MAT4858 PHY4801 PHY4802 PHY4803 PHY4804 PHY4805 PHY4806 PHY4807 STA4801 STA4802 STA4803 STA4804 STA4805 STA4806 STA4807 STA4808 STA4809 STA4810 STA4811 STA4812

Introduction to Category Theory Functional Analysis I Functional Analysis II Ordinary Differential Equations I Ordinary Differential Equations II Graph Theory I Graph Theory II Partial Differential Equations I Partial Differential Equations II Number Theory I Number Theory II Matrix Theory I Matrix Theory II Advanced Mathematical Methods Electromagnetism Quantum Mechanics I Quantum Mechanics II Statistical Physics Advanced Solid State Physics Nuclear Physics Matrix Methods in Statistics Multivariate Distribution Theory Linear Models Regression Research Project in Statistics Advanced Research Methods in Statistics Time Series Survival Analysis Nonparametric Regression Methods of Multivariate Analysis Probability and Stochastic Processes Inference

Co: MAT4841 Co: MAT4843 Co: MAT4845 Co: MAT4847 Co: MAT4853 Co: MAT4857 Co: PHY4801 Co: PHY4801 Co: PHY4803 Co: PHY4801 Co: PHY4801 Co: PHY4801 Co: STA4801 Co: STA4801 Co: STA4801 & STA4803 Co: STA4806 Co: STA4801 Co: STA4801 Co: STA4801 Co: STA4801 & STA4802 & STA4806 Co: STA4801 Co: STA4801

Bachelor of Science Honours in Statistics Education


Qualification code: 98916 Admission requirements: NQF Exit level: 8

An appropriate bachelor's degree in Statistics with an average of 60% or more. In instances where a student does not have an average of 60% or more a submission may be made to the relevant college to allow such a student admission. Students must provide a written motivation of not more than 3 pages requesting admission to the college. Each college will determine the requirements for the motivation. However, in considering the application the college must take into account: the relevant experience, work or otherwise, of the student; the language capabilities of the student; alternative options for access into the programme; any other factor deemed necessary by the college.

Total credits: 120

Module

Group A. Compulsory HPSTE81 - Proposal for Honours in Mathematics, Science and Technology Education HRMST82 - Honours Report in Statistics Education STE4801 - Contemporary Theories of Learning and Implications for Teaching STE4802 - History and Philosophy of Science STE4803 - Research Methods in Mathematics, Science and Technology Education STE4804 - Contributions From Cognitive Science to Teaching and Learning Group B. Choose any 3 from the following: STA4801 - Matrix Methods in Statistics STA4803 - Linear Models STA4804 - Regression STA4807 - Time Series STA4812 - Inference

Pre/Co-requisite
Pre: HPSTE81

Co: STA4801 Co: STA4801, STA4803 Co: STA4801 Co: STA4801

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Bachelor of Science Honours in Technology Education


Qualification code: 98917 Admission requirements: NQF Exit level: 8

An appropriate bachelor's degree with an average of 60% or more. In instances where a student does not have an average of 60% or more a submission may be made to the relevant college to allow such a student admission. Students must provide a written motivation of not more than 3 pages requesting admission to the college. Each college will determine the requirements for the motivation. However, in considering the application the college must take into account: the relevant experience, work or otherwise, of the student; the language capabilities of the student; alternative options for access into the programme; any other factor deemed necessary by the college.

Total credits: 120

Module

Group A. Compulsory HPSTE81 - Proposal for Honours in Mathematics, Science and Technology Education HRMTE82 - Honours Report in Technology Education STE4801 - Contemporary Theories of Learning and Implications for Teaching STE4802 - History and Philosophy of Science STE4803 - Research Methods in Mathematics, Science and Technology Education STE4804 - Contributions From Cognitive Science to Teaching and Learning Group B. Choose any 3 from the following: INF4817 - Software Engineering INF4820 - Human-Computer Interaction INF4825 - Software Project Management INF4831 - Information Security INF4860 - E-Learning: Concepts and Principles INF4883 - Enterprise Architecture

Pre/Co-requisite
Pre: HPSTE81

Bachelor of Science Honours in Physics


Qualification code: 98918 Admission requirements:

An appropriate bachelor's degree with an average of 60% or more for the equivalent of Unisa's 3rd level modules. In instances where a student does not have an average of 60% or more a submission may be made to the relevant college to allow such a student admission. Students must provide a written motivation of not more than 3 pages requesting admission to the college. Each college will determine the requirements for the motivation. However, in considering the application the college must take into account: the relevant experience, work or otherwise, of the student; the language capabilities of the student; alternative options for access into the programme; any other factor deemed necessary by the college.

NQF Exit level: 8

Total credits: 120

Module

Group A. HMPHY80 HRPHY81 PHY4801 PHY4802 PHY4803 PHY4804 PHY4805 PHY4806 PHY4807

Pre/Co-requisite
Physics Honours Research Methods Physics Honours Research Project Advanced Mathematical Methods Electromagnetism Quantum Mechanics I Quantum Mechanics II Statistical Physics Advanced Solid State Physics Nuclear Physics Co: PHY4801 Co: HMPHY80 Co: PHY4801 Co: PHY4801 Co: PHY4803 Co: PHY4801 Co: PHY4801 Co: PHY4801

Bachelor of Science Honours in Chemistry


Qualification code: 98919 Admission requirements:

An appropriate bachelor's degree with an average of 60% or more. In instances where a student does not have an average of 60% or more a submission may be made to the relevant college to allow such a student admission. Students must provide a written motivation of not more than 3 pages requesting admission to the college. Each college will determine the requirements for the motivation. However, in considering the application the college must take into account: the relevant experience, work or otherwise, of the student; the language capabilities of the student; alternative options for access into the programme; any other factor deemed necessary by the college.

NQF Exit level: 8

Total credits: 120

Module

Group A. CHE4801 CHE4802 CHE4803 CHE4804 CHE4805 CHE4806 CHE4807 CHE4808

Pre/Co-requisite
Inorganic Chemistry IV Physical Chemistry IV Organic Chemistry IV Analytical Chemistry IV Advanced Physical Inorganic Chemistry Advanced Organic Chemistry Environmental Chemistry Honours Project

Pre: CHE4803 Pre: CHE4801; CHE4802; CHE4803 & CHE4804

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Bachelor of Science Honours in Astronomy


Qualification code: 98920 Admission requirements:

An appropriate bachelor's degree with an average of 60% or more. In instances where a student does not have an average of 60% or more a submission may be made to the relevant college to allow such a student admission. Students must provide a written motivation of not more than 3 pages requesting admission to the college. Each college will determine the requirements for the motivation. However, in considering the application the college must take into account: the relevant experience, work or otherwise, of the student; the language capabilities of the student; alternative options for access into the programme; any other factor deemed necessary by the college.

NQF Exit level: 8

Total credits: 120

Module

Group A. Compulsory HMAST80 - Research Methods: Astronomy HRAST81 - Honours Research Report: Astronomy Group B. Choose 7 from the following AST4870 - Special Topics in Astrophysics AST4871 - Special Topics in Astrophysics AST4872 - Special Topics in Astrophysics AST4873 - Special Topics in Astrophysics AST4874 - Special Topics in Astrophysics AST4875 - Special Topics in Astrophysics AST4879 - Special Topics in Astrophysics AST4880 - Galaxies I AST4881 - Galaxies II AST4882 - Astrophysics of Dust AST4883 - Radiative Processes AST4884 - Atomic and Molecular Spectroscopy

Pre/Co-requisite
Co: HMAST80

Bachelor of Science Honours in Applied Mathematics


Qualification code: 98921 Admission requirements: NQF Exit level: 8

An appropriate bachelor's degree with an average of 60% or more. In instances where a student does not have an average of 60% or more a submission may be made to the relevant college to allow such a student admission. Students must provide a written motivation of not more than 3 pages requesting admission to the college. Each college will determine the requirements for the motivation. However, in considering the application the college must take into account: the relevant experience, work or otherwise, of the student; the language capabilities of the student; alternative options for access into the programme; any other factor deemed necessary by the college.

Total credits: 120

Module

Group A. Compulsory HMAPM80 - Research Methods in Applied Mathematics HRAPM81 - Honours Research Project in Applied Mathematics Group B. Choose 7 from the following APM4801 - Cosmology APM4802 - Continuous Time Stochastics Processes APM4804 - Introduction to General Relativity APM4805 - Mathematics of Optimization Theory APM4806 - Riemannian Geometry and Tensor Calculus APM4808 - Numerical Solutions to Partial Differential Equations APM4809 - Optimal Control APM4810 - An Introduction to The Finite Element Method APM4811 - Applied Functional Analysis APM4812 - Introduction to Mechanics of Fluids

Pre/Co-requisite
Co: HMAPM80

Bachelor of Science Honours in Statistics


Qualification code: 98922 Admission requirements:

An appropriate bachelor's degree with an average of 60% or more. In instances where a student does not have an average of 60% or more a submission may be made to the relevant college to allow such a student admission. Students must provide a written motivation of not more than 3 pages requesting admission to the college. Each college will determine the requirements for the motivation. However, in considering the application the college must take into account: the relevant experience, work or otherwise, of the student; the language capabilities of the student; alternative options for access into the programme; any other factor deemed necessary by the college.

NQF Exit level: 8

Total credits: 120

Module

Group A. Compulsory STA4801 - Matrix Methods in Statistics STA4802 - Multivariate Distribution Theory STA4803 - Linear Models STA4804 - Regression STA4805 - Research Project in Statistics STA4806 - Advanced Research Methods in Statistics Group B. Choose 3 from the following STA4807 - Time Series STA4808 - Survival Analysis STA4809 - Nonparametric Regression STA4810 - Methods of Multivariate Analysis STA4811 - Probability and Stochastic Processes STA4812 - Inference

Pre/Co-requisite
Co: STA4801 Co: STA4801 Co: STA4801 & STA4803 Co: STA4806 Co: STA4801 Co: STA4801 Co: STA4801 Co: STA4801, STA4802 & STA4806 Co: STA4801 Co: STA4801

134

Bachelor of Science Honours in Mathematics


Qualification code: 98923 Admission requirements:

An appropriate bachelor's degree with an average of 60% or more. In instances where a student does not have an average of 60% or more a submission may be made to the relevant college to allow such a student admission. Students must provide a written motivation of not more than three pages requesting admission to the college. Each college will determine the requirements for the motivation. However, in considering the application the college must take into account: the relevant experience, work or otherwise, of the student; the language capabilities of the student; alternative options for access into the programme; any other factor deemed necessary by the college.

NQF Exit level: 8

Total credits: 120

Module

Group A. Compulsory HMMAT80 - Research Methods in Mathematics HRMAT81 - Honours Research Report in Mathematics Group B. Choose 7 from the following MAT4831 - Measure Theory and Integration I MAT4832 - Measure Theory and Integration II MAT4833 - Group Theory MAT4834 - Rings and Fields MAT4835 - Set Theory MAT4836 - Topology MAT4837 - Introduction to Category Theory MAT4838 - Category Theory MAT4841 - Functional Analysis I MAT4842 - Functional Analysis II MAT4843 - Ordinary Differential Equations I MAT4844 - Ordinary Differential Equations II MAT4845 - Graph Theory I MAT4846 - Graph Theory II MAT4847 - Partial Differential Equations I MAT4848 - Partial Differential Equations II MAT4853 - Number Theory I MAT4854 - Number Theory II MAT4857 - Matrix Theory I MAT4858 - Matrix Theory II

Pre/Co-requisite
Co: HMMAT80

Co: MAT4831 Co: MAT4833

Co: MAT4841 Co: MAT4843 Co: MAT4845 Co: MAT4847 Co: MAT4853 Co: MAT4857

135

Administrative information
Transitional arrangements at module level
Modules passed in the old curriculum
DIPAC15 DIPAC26

Equivalent modules that maynot be taken in the new curriculum


FAC4861/ZFA4861 MAC4861/ZMA4861 TAX4861 AUE4861/ZAU4861 MAC4864 MAC4865 MAC4866 FAC4863 & ZFA4863 MAC4862 & ZMA4862 TAX4862 AUE4862 & ZAU4862 AFK1501 AFK1502 AFK1503 AFK1504 AFK3701 AFK2601 AFK2602 TEX2601 AFK3702 AFK3703 AFK3704 TEX3701 AFL4801 AFL4802 AFL4803 AFL4804

Subject

Modules exempted in the New Curriculum


FAC4861/ZFA4861 MAC4861/ZMA4861 TAX4861 AUE4861/ZAU4861 MAC4864 MAC4865 MAC4866 FAC4863 & ZFA4863 MAC4862 & ZMA4862 TAX4862 AUE4862 & ZAU4862 AFK1501 AFK1502 AFK1503 AFK1504 AFK3701 AFK2601 AFK2602 TEX2601 AFK3702 AFK3703 AFK3704 TEX3701

Outstanding modules

Accounting Sciences Afrikaans African Languages

DIPAC38 DIPAC49 ADMAATS AFM000U AAD000R TOE407V & ZAC407G TOE408W & ZAC408H TOE409X TOE412S & ZAC412D AFK101Q AFK102R AFK105U AFK103S AFK201T AFK202U AFK203V TEX8216 AFK301W AFK3043 AFK823N TEX8228 HALSSSN HALLSMQ HALTRA4 HALMOLJ HALMOLJ, HALTRA4, MSLFNDL, MSLPLV APY101E, APY102F

Student must choose from the two options: AFL4802, AFL4801, HAPL484 or HRAFL81, AFL4801 APY1501, APY1601 APY2601, APY2701, APY2602 APY1501, APY1601 APY2601, APY2701, APY2602 APY2701, APY2701, APY2602 APY2602 APY3701, APY3702, APY3703, APY3704

Anthropology

APY201H, APY202J, APY203K APY301L, APY302M, APY303N, APY304P

APY3701, APY3702, APY3703, APY3704

136

Modules passed in the old curriculum


AIS101D AIS102E/AIS103F AIS201G/AIS206M

Equivalent modules that maynot be taken in the new curriculum


AIS1501 AIS1503 AIS2603 AIS2601 AIS2602 AIS2604 AIS3701 MNB1501 AIS2605 AIS3706 AIS3704 AIS3705 AIS3703 AIS1601 APM4801 APM4802 APM4804 APM4805 APM4806 APM4808 APM4809 APM4810 APM4811 APM4812 APM1612 APM1513 APM1514 APM2611 APM2616 APM3711 EMT4801 ARM1501 ARM1502 ARM1503 ARM1504 AGE1501 AGE1601 AGE2601 AGE2701 AGE2602 AGE3701 AGE3702 AGE3703 AGE3704 AGE4801 AGE4802 AGE4803 AGE4804 AGE4805 HRAAR81

Subject

Modules exempted in the New Curriculum


AIS1501 AIS1503 AIS2603 AIS2601 AIS2602 AIS2604 AIS3701

Outstanding modules

Applied Information Science

AIS202H AIS204K AIS203J/AIS207N AIS301K AIS304N, MNB101D AIS305P/AIS208P AIS401N AIS402P AIS403Q AIS404R AIS405S/AIS104G APM4013 APM4024 APM4046 APM4058 APM4869

AIS2605 AIS3706 AIS3704 AIS3705 AIS3703 AIS1601 APM4801 APM4802 APM4804 APM4805 APM4806 APM4808 APM4809 APM4810 APM4811 APM4812 APM1612 APM1513 APM1514 APM2611 APM2616 APM3711 EMT4801 ARM1501 ARM1502 ARM1503 ARM1504 AGE1501 AGE1601 AGE2601 AGE2701 AGE2602 AGE3701 AGE3702 AGE3703 AGE3704 AGE4801 AGE4802 AGE4803 AGE4804 AGE4805 HRAAR81

Applied Mathematics Archival Studies Archaeology

APM408B APM409C APM4104 APM4115 APM4126 APM112T APM113U APM114V APM211V APM2164 APM311Y EMT401E ARS121Q ATM171Y ARI161Z ART131V AGE1014 AGE1025 AGE2018 AGE2029 AGE203A AGE301B AGE302C AGE303D AGE304E HARCH1E HARCH2F HARCH3G HARCH4H HARCH5J HARCH6K

137

Modules passed in the old curriculum


HONAAR9

Equivalent modules that maynot be taken in the new curriculum


HRHMV81 HMV4802 ARH4801 ARH4802 ARH4803 AST1534 AST1631 AST2651 AST2652 AST2655 AST3755 AST3763 AUE201L AUE202M AUE1501 AUE1501 OTS1502 OTS2602 ECH2602 ECH3702 OTS3702 OTS3703 ECH3701 ECH2603 OTS3705 OTS1501 ECH1501 ECH3705 discontinued OTS3703 OTS2601 discontinued OTS3701 ECH3704 OTS2603 BCH3711 BCH3712 BCH3713 CSP4802 CSP4803 CSP4804 CHE1500 CHE3705 CHE4801 CHE4802 CHE4803 CHE4804 CHE4805 CHE4806 CHE4807 CHE4808

Subject

Modules exempted in the New Curriculum


HRHMV81 HMV4802 ARH4801 ARH4802 ARH4803

Outstanding modules

Art History Astronomy

HONACTF HONAMIQ HONAMR3 HONAPHV AST134J AST131F AST251N AST252P AST255S AST355V AST363V AUD3M1S

AUE2601 AUE2602

Auditing

AUD3M2S IOU191Y AUD2M1W BBA101U

OTS1502 OTS2602 ECH2602 ECH3702 OTS3702 OTS3703 ECH3701 ECH2603 OTS3705

Biblical Archaeology Biblical Studies Christian BioSpirituality chemistry Chemistry

BBA3014 BBA3025 BBA3036 BBA3048 BBA3059 BBA306A BBA307B BBA308C BBS103F BBS104G BBS301K BBS302L BBS304N and BBA3059 BBS305P BBS306Q BBS307R BBS308S BBS309T BCH311B BCH312C BCH313D CSP410F CSP411G CSP412H CHE111Q, CHE112R CHE312Y, CHE3223, CHE3234, CHE3245 CHE441A CHE442B CHE443C CHE444D CHE445E CHE446F CHE449J CHE4409/CHE450B

138

Modules passed in the old curriculum


ARI161Z ARS121Q ART131V ATM171Y CCL824Q

Equivalent modules that maynot be taken in the new curriculum


ARM1503 ARM1501 ARM1504 ARM1502 CLS3702 CLS3703 CLS3704 CLS3705 CLA1501 CLA1502 CLA1503 CLA2601 CLA2602 CIN2601 COM1501 COP1501 COM2604 COM3701 COM3702 COM3703 COM3704 COM2601 COM2602 COM2603 COM2604 COM3706 COM3707 COM3705 COM4805 COM4804 COM4808 CMH1501 CMH1502 CMH1503 CMH2601 CMH2602 CMH3701 CMM1501 CMM1502 CMM2601 CMM2602 CMM2603 CMM3701 CMM3702 CMM3703 CGM3704 TIC3704 CMM3704 ECH3703 CMM3705 BTH3720

Subject

Modules exempted in the New Curriculum

Outstanding modules

Classical Culture Commercial Law

Classics and World Languages

CCL803K CCL823P CCL822N CLA101S CLA104V CLA1501 & CLA1502 CLA201V CLA202W CVC281T COM101X COS121X COM2059 COM3018 COM3029

CLA1503

CIN2601 COM1501 COP1501 COM2604 COM3701 COM3702 COM3703 COM3704 COM2601 COM2602 COM2603 COM2604 COM3706 COM3707 COM3705 COM4805 COM4804 COM4808 CMH1501 CMH1502 CMH1503 CMH2601 CMH2602 CMH3701 CMM1501 CMM1502 CMM2601 CMM2602 CMM2603 CMM3701 CMM3702 CMM3703 CGM3704 TIC3704 CMM3704 ECH3703 CMM3705 BTH3720 BTH3720 CMM1502 CMM1501

Communication Science Community Health Community Ministry

COM303A COM304B COM2025 COM2036 COM2048 COM2059 COM306D COM311A COM305C HCMICOU HCMICPV HCMMOAM CMH1043 CMH1043 CMH103Y CMH2126 CMH224B CMH209C CMM111P CMM1112Q TIC301B TIC308J CGM310T CMM301T CMM302U CMM303V CMM305X CMM306Y CMM3073 CMM310U TIC302T BTH320A

139

Modules passed in the old curriculum


CTH123D CTH124E CTH221E

Equivalent modules that maynot be taken in the new curriculum


CST1501 CST2603 CST1502 CST2601 CST2603 CST2602 none CST3702 CST3703 CST3705 CST3706 CST2601 CGM1501 CGM1502 CGM2601 CGM2602 CGM2603 discontinued CGM3701 CGM3702 discontinued CGM3703 CMM 2603 CGM3704 CGM3705 BTH3720 COS4807 COS4851 COS4852 COS4861 COS4892 HPCOS81 ECS1501 ECS1501 ECS1028 ECS2601 ECS2602 ECS207G ECS2607 ECS2603 ECS2604 ECS2605 ECS2606 ECS2608 ECS3701

Subject

Modules exempted in the New Curriculum


CST1501 CST2603 CST1502 CST2601 CST2603 CST2602 none CST3702 CST3703 CST3705 CST3706 CST2601 CGM1501 CGM1502 CGM2601 CGM2602 CGM2603 discontinued CGM3701 CGM3702 discontinued CGM3703 CMM 2603 CGM3704 CGM3705 BTH3720

Outstanding modules

Composition theory Congregational Ministry Computer Sciences

CTH222F CTH223G CTH224H CTH321H CTH322J CTH323K CTH325M MCT328J MCT329K CGM111N CGM112P CGM304V CGM305W CGM307Y CGM301S CGM302T CGM303U CGM306X CGM3094 CGM310T CMM305X CGM3083 BTH320A COS407C COS451G COS452H COS461J COS492R COS462K, INF462T ECN1M1Z ECS1016 ECN1M2Z ECN2M2W ECN2M1W

ECS1501 ECS1501 ECS1601 ECS2601 ECS2602 NONE ECS2607 ECS2603 ECS2604 ECS2605 ECS2606 ECS2608 ECS3701

Economics

ECN2M3W ECS210B ECS203C ECS204D ECS209J ECS208H EHY201W ECS301D

140

Modules passed in the old curriculum


ECS302E ECS303F

Equivalent modules that maynot be taken in the new curriculum


ECS3702 ECS3703 ECS3704 ECS3705 ECS3706 ECS2609 APE3M1T ECS2603 ENG1501 ENG1502 ENG1502 ENG1501 ENG1502 ENE2601 none none none EDLHODM EDMHODR EDPHOD8 EDDHODJ EDRHODG EDAHOD5 ACEEN26 ACEEN38 ACEEN49 ACEEN5A & ACEEN15 ACECE2C ACEEN38 ACEEN49 HSE1501 HSE1502 HSE2601 HSE2602 HSE2603 HSE3701 HSE3702 HSE3703 HSE3704 HSE3705 HMA1501 HMA1502 HMA2601 HMA2602 HMA2603 HMA3701 HMA3702 HMA3703 HMA3704 CLH1501 CLH1502 CLH2601 CLH2602

Subject

Modules exempted in the New Curriculum


ECS3702 ECS3703 ECS3704 ECS3705 ECS3706 ECS2609 APE3M1T ECS2603 ENG1501 ENG1502 ENG1502 ENG1501 ENG1502

Outstanding modules

Economics English

ECS304G ECS306J ECS307K EHY202X APE301T APE3M2T ENN101D ENN102E ENN102F EED101F EED102G ENE2019 LSK0108 CSS101H ENN106J ETAHODU ETBHODY ETCHOD6 ETDHODB

none none none

Education

ETFHODK ETGHODP FDEEN2D FDEEN3E FDEEN4F FDEEN5G or FDEEN6H FDEEN3E FDEEN4F HSE103N or HSE101L

HSE1501 HSE1502 HSE2601 HSE2602 HSE2603 HSE3701 HSE3702 HSE3703 HSE3704 HSE3705 HMA1501 HMA1502 HMA2601 HMA2602 HMA2603 HMA3701 HMA3702 HMA3703 HMA3704

Health Sciences Education Health Services Management Hebrew Classical

HSE103N or HSE102M HSE204S or HSE201P HSE204S or HSE202Q HSE213T HSE302T HSE301S HSE303U None HSE304V HMA101Y or HMS1034 HMA1034 HMA2015 or HMA2038 HMA302A HMA2129 HMA3019 HMA303B HMA304C HMA305D CLH103T CLH104U CLH2063 CLH2074

141

Modules passed in the old curriculum


HIM1215

Equivalent modules that maynot be taken in the new curriculum


MHS1501 MHS1501 MHS2603 MHS2604 MHS2605 MHS3702 MHS3703 MHS3704 INR131Y LRM4801 HRD4801 HRM4801 HRM3704 LRM4802 none LRM4801 HRM2605 HRM2605 HRD4802 HRM2605 none HRD4803 NONE INS1501 INS1502 INS2601 INS2602 INS2603 INS2701 INS3702 INS3707 EUP1501 HAI4801 HIN4802 HIN4801 HRINS81 HAI4801 HAI4803 HAI4802 HIN4803 INF4817 INF4820 INF4825 INF4831 INF4860 INF4883 None AUI2601 AUI3704 none AUI3703 AUE4863 AUI4861 AUI4862 AUI4863

Subject

Modules exempted in the New Curriculum


MHS1501 MHS1501 MHS2603 MHS2604 MHS2605 MHS3702 MHS3703 MHS3704 INR131Y LRM4801 HRD4801 HRM4801 HRM3704 LRM4802 none LRM4801 HRM2605 HRM2605 HRD4802 HRM2605 none HRD4803 NONE INS1501 INS1502 INS2601 INS2602 INS2603 INS2701 INS3702 INS3707 EUP1501 HAI4801 HIN4802 HIN4801 HRINS81 HAI4801 HAI4803 HAI4802 HIN4803 INF4817 INF4820 INF4825 INF4831 INF4860 INF4883 None AUI2601 AUI3704 none AUI3703 AUE4863 AUI4861 AUI4862 AUI4863

Outstanding modules

History of Music Human Resource Information Science Information Systems Internal Auditing

HIM1226 HIM2219 HIM222A HIM223B HIM326H HIM329L HIM330D LMN101C ALR441R AMT436S APM432Z AST421B CBN401L HRD591M LRM401L MHB201Q MNH204E ODV401H OGM3M2D RME501H TDS401H TDS501H INS101U INS102V INS201X, INS2055 INS2033, INS2066 INS202Y, INS2078 INS3014, INS2089 INS2044 INS3048 INS3025 HINKBSC HINKISS HINKMEL HINKNAJ HTINBED HTINGEP HTINHER HTINREG INF417N INF420H INF425N INF431L INF460R INF483Y INF412H/COS498X AUI2016 AUI302B AUI303C AUI305E HIAU02M HIAU01L HIAU02M HIAU02M

142

Modules passed in the old curriculum


IOP101M IOP103P

Equivalent modules that maynot be taken in the new curriculum


IOP1501 IOP1502 IOP1504 IOP2602 IOP2604 IOP3708 IOP3702 IOP3703 IOP3704 IOP3705 IOP2606 IOP3073 IOP3706 IOP2607 IOP4862 IOP4869

Subject

Modules exempted in the New Curriculum

Outstanding modules

Industrial and Organisational Psychology Linguistics

IOP209Y IOP202R IOP208X IOP311V IOP302U IOP303V IOP304W IOP305X IOP306Y IOP2605 IOP3084 IOP3095 MOPSY0D CONPSY9

MSLFNDL

No equivalent

HAPL484

MSLPLPV MAN101R, MAN102S MNR201U, MAN202V MAN201U, 202V MNR205Y MEL823 or MAN205Y MAN801H MAN301X MAN3033 MAN3044 MAT011K MAT110M

no equivalent MAN1501,1502 MAN2601, 2602 MAN3702 MAN3701 MAN3703 MAN3704 MAN3705 MAT0511 MAT1510 MAT1511 MAT1512 MAT1613 MAT1503 MAT1581 MAT2691 CMM1502 CMM2601 CMM2602 CMM2603 CMM3701 MHS1501 MHS1501 MHS2603 MHS2604 MHS2605 MHS3702 MHS3703 MHS3704 MHS1502 MHS2602 MHS2601 MHS3701 MHS3705 CST3706 MAT0511 MAT1510 MAT1511 MAT1512 MAT1613 MAT1503 MAT1581 MAT2691 CMM1502 CMM2601 CMM2602 CMM2603 CMM3701 MHS1501 MHS1501 MHS2603 MHS2604 MHS2605 MHS3702 MHS3703 MHS3704 MHS1502 MHS2602 MHS2601 MHS3701 MHS3705 CST3706

HAPL484

Mandarin Chinese

MAN3701, 3703, 3704, 3705 MAN3702, 3703, 3704, 3705 MAN3701, 3702, 3704, 3705 MAN3701, 3702, 3703, 3705 MAN3701, 3702, 3703. 3704

Mathematics Missiology Music In History and Society

MAT111N MAT112P MAT113Q MAT103N MAT181Q MAT291X CMM112Q TIC301B TIC308J CGM310T CMM301T HIM1215 HIM1226 HIM2219 HIM222A HIM223B HIM326H HIM329L HIM330D MCT1214 MCT1225 MCT2218 MCT2229 MCT325F MCT328J

143

Modules passed in the old curriculum


BBS104G SCR112Y BBA3036 BBA307B BBA306A BBA3025 CMM310U BBS308S BBS301K BBS302L BBS304N & BBA3059 SCR111X SCR3015 SCR3026 BBA101U BBA102V BBS103F BBA101U BBS305P

Equivalent modules that maynot be taken in the new curriculum


ECH1501 ECH2601 ECH2602 ECH2603 ECH3701 ECH3702 ECH3703 ECH3704 ECH3705 discontinued OTS3703 discontinued discontinued discontinued OTS1502 discontinued OTS1501 OTS1502 OTS2601 OTS2602 OTS2603 OTS2604 OTS3701 OTS3702 OTS3703 THE4801, THE4802, THE4803 DSC1510 DSC1630 DSC1620 DSC2601 DSC2602 DSC2603 DSC2604 DSC3701 DSC3702 DSC3703 DSC3704 DSC3705 DSC3706 PLS3705 PLS3701 PLS3703 PLS3709 PLS3702 PLS1501 PLS1502 PLS2601 PLS2607 PLS2610 CGM1502 CGM2602 CGM2603 CGM3703 CGM3704 CGM3705

Subject

Modules exempted in the New Curriculum

Outstanding modules

Old Testament Operations Research

New Testament

BBA3014 & BBA3025 BBS309T BBS306Q & BBS307R BBA3048 BBA304N & BBS3059 HBS4086 OPS101G OPS102H QMS101D OPS201K OPS202L OPS204N OPS205P OPS301N OPS302P OPS303Q OPS304R OPS305S OPS306T PLS305C PLS2116 PLS308F PLS309G PLS3708 PLS1033 PLS1044 PLS102Y PLS207B PLS2105 CGM112P CGM305W CGM307Y CGM3094 CMM305X CGM3083

PLS3705 PLS3701 PLS3703 PLS3709 PLS3702 PLS1501 PLS1502 PLS2601 PLS2607 PLS2610 CGM1502 CGM2602 CGM2603 CGM3703 CGM3704 CGM3705

144

Practical Theology

Philosophy

Modules passed in the old curriculum


PUB1018 PUB1029 PUB201B

Equivalent modules that maynot be taken in the new curriculum


PUB1501 PUB1601 PUB2601 PUB2602 PUB2603 PUB2604 PUB2605 PUB2606 PUB3701 PUB3702 & PUB3704 PUB3703 & PUB3705 PUB3706 PUB3707 discontinued ECH2601 discontinued discontinued discontinued discontinued discontinued TIC3705 discontinued discontinued ECH3704 BTH3720 SEP1501 SEP1502 SEP1503 SEP1505 SEP2601 SEP2602 SEP2603 CLC4801 CLC4802 HPCLC81 HPTHE81 THE4801 THE4802 THE4803 HRTHE85 THE4801 THE4802 THE4803 THE4801 THE4802 THE4803 HTR4801 HTR4802 HTR4803 HRLIN81 TAX1501 TAX3702 none TAX2601 TAX3705 TAX4862 TAX4861 TAX2601, TAX3701 TAX3702

Subject

Modules exempted in the New Curriculum


PUB1501 PUB1601 PUB2601 PUB2602 PUB2603 PUB2604 PUB2605 PUB2606 PUB3701 PUB3702 & PUB3704 PUB3703 & PUB3705 PUB3706 PUB3707

Outstanding modules

Public Administration Scripture studies

PUB202C PUB203D PUB204E PUB205F PUB206G PUB301E PUB302F PUB303G PUB304H PUB305J SCR111X SCR112Y SCR3015 SCR3026 SCR3038 SCR3049 SCR305A SCR306B SCR307C SCR308D SCR309E BTH320A SEP111A SEP141D SEP131C SEP151E SEP281H SEP281H SEP221B BTHCCL BTHCDL9 PTH420A THE427T

SEP1501 SEP1502 SEP1503 SEP1505 SEP2601 SEP2602 SEP2603 CLC4801 CLC4802 HPCLC81 HPTHE81 THE4801 THE4802 THE4803 HRTHE85 THE4801 THE4802 THE4803 THE4801 THE4802 THE4803 HTR4801 HTR4802 HTR4803 HRLIN81 TAX3702 none TAX2601 TAX2601, TAX3701 TAX2601, TAX3701, TAX3702 TAX3701, TAX3702

Security Management Theological Ethics Translation Studies Taxation

THE429V THE426S THE425R THE428U HBS4086 HBS4086 HBS4086 THE425R THE425R THE425R LINPERT LEKPERQ VERPERR METECNR TAX131S TXN201B TXN202C TXN203D TAX338A TOE409X DIPAC38 TXN201B, TXN202C TXN203D

none

145

Transitional arrangements at qualification level College of Science, Engineering and Technology


Number of INF modules passed after Jan/Feb 2011 exams Number of 24 credit modules passed after Jan/Feb 2011 exams
0 5 1 2 0 Honours Bachelor of Commerce in Business Informatics (05282) 5 1 2 0 4 1 2 0 4 1 2 No No Complete according to old curriculum Complete according to old curriculum Student can complete according to the old curriculum 3 or less Must be referred to the School of Computing for a decision on whether the student can complete on the old or new curriculums Yes Student must convert to new curriculum 0,1 or 2 Student can complete according to the old curriculum Student must convert to new curriculum No No Yes Yes Yes No Complete according to old curriculum Complete according to old curriculum Complete according to old curriculum Complete according to old curriculum Complete according to old curriculum Complete according to old curriculum

Qualification

Passed INF462

Recommendation

Outstanding Modules

Yes Yes Yes No

Complete according to old curriculum Complete according to old curriculum Complete according to old curriculum Complete according to old curriculum

Choose 1 module from list B* Choose 2 module from list C* Choose 1 module from list B* Choose 1 module from list C* Choose 1 module from list B* Choose 1 modules from list B* Choose 2 modules from list C* or Register for HPCOS81 plus 1 modules from list C

Choose 1 modules from list B* Choose 1 modules from list C* or Register for HPCOS81 Choose 1 modules from list B* Choose 2 modules from list B* Choose 2 modules from list C* Choose 2 modules from list B* Choose 1 modules from list C* Choose 2 modules from list B* Choose 1 modules from list B* Choose 2 modules from list C* or Register for HPCOS81 plus 1 modules from list C

Choose 1 modules from list B* Choose 1 modules from list C* or Register for HPCOS81 Choose 1 modules from list B* Choose 2,1 or 0 modules from List C Choose additional modules from List B* to make up 120 credits Register for HPCOS81 Note: Student will not get credit for INF462T (but will only have to do half of HPCOS81) Follow rules of the new curriculum Choose 2, 1, or 0 modules from List C or HPCOS81 plus 1 or 0 modules from list C Choose additional modules from List B* to make up 120 credits

No

Follow rules for new curriculum

Note: The two modules INF4817 and INF4831 are compulsory and MUST be included in the old curriculum

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List B
New Code COS4840 INF4817 INF4820 INF4825 INF4831 INF4860 INF4883 Old code New Module INF417N INF420H INF425N INF431L INF460R INF483Y INF412H Module Name Ontology Engineering Software Engineering Human-Computer Interaction Software Project Management Information Security E-Learning: Concepts and Principles Enterprise Architecture Honours Project (only available in 2012) Credits 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12

List C Code
AUI4861 AUI4862 BAN4801 FIN4801 FIN4802 INTBUSL INV4801 IOP4862 STRBESC ORGREN5 RSK4801 SCHAINY

Module name
Advanced Internal Audit Practice Advanced Internal Audit Responsibilities in Risk, Control and Governance Financial Institutions Management Advanced Financial Management International Financial Management International Business Investments: Portfolio Management Organisational and Managerial Psychology 1 Strategic Management Management of Organisational Change and Renewal Operational Risk Management Supply Chain Management

Credits
24 24 24 24 24 24 24 24 24 24 24 24

Note that according to the rules of both the old qualification 05283 and the new 98450, a maximum of two of the above 24 credits modules from the College of Economic and Management Sciences may be included in the curriculum, provided all pre or co requisites are complied with.

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Qualification

Number of modules passed after Jan/Feb 2011 exams

Passed COS462K or INF462T

Recommendation

Outstanding Modules

Yes 9 No

Complete according to old curriculum

Choose 1 module from list A Register for HPCOS81 Note: Will have more than 120 credits for honours degree Choose 2 modules from list A Register for HPCOS81 Choose 3 modules from list A Register for HPCOS81 Choose 1 module from list A Choose 4 modules from list A Register for HPCOS81 Choose 2 module from list A Choose 5 module from list A Register for HPCOS81 Note: Student will not get credit for COS46K or INF462T (but will only have to do half of HPCOS81) Register for HPCOS81 Choose3 module from list A Register for HPCOS81 Note: Student will get credit for all modules already passed EXCEPT COS498X or INF412H

Complete according to old curriculum

Honours Bachelor of Science in Information Systems (04693) AND Honours Bachelor of Science in Computer Science (04545)

Yes 8 No Yes 7 No Yes 6 No

Complete according to old curriculum Complete according to old curriculum Complete according to old curriculum Complete according to old curriculum Complete according to old curriculum Complete according to old curriculum Student can complete according to the old curriculum

5 or less Must be referred to the School of Computing for a decision on whether the student can complete on the old or new curriculums Yes

Student must convert to new curriculum

No

Student can complete according to the old curriculum

Student must convert to new curriculum

List A
New Code COS4807 COS4840 COS4851 COS4852 COS4861 COS4892 INF4817 INF4820 INF4825 INF4831 INF4860 INF4883 Old code COS407C New Module COS451G COS452H COS461J COS492R INF417N INF420H INF425N INF431L INF460R INF483Y INF412H/COS498X Module Name Formal Logic Ontology Engineering Logic Based Reasoning Machine Learning Natural Language Processing Formal Program Verification Software Engineering Human-Computer Interaction Software Project Management Information Security E-Learning: Concepts and Principles Enterprise Architecture Honours Project (only available in 2012) Credits 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 or 24

Honours modules in other departments (see below) Modules in other UNISA departments for old qualifications 04693 and 04545

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In the College of Science, Engineering and Technology, a student may include up to two honours papers or four forth level modules from another subject(s) in his or her honours curriculum, subject to the approval of the graduate committees and/or heads of the departments or schools concerned. This can only be done if the graduate committees and/or heads of schools or departments consider that the student has sufficient background knowledge to be able to offer such papers/modules and it is in the best interest of the student. Note that a paper is usually equivalent to two modules. If a student takes the maximum of four modules (or two courses) from another subject, he or she may not include any project or capita selecta module ( COS460H, COS461J, COS498X, INF412H, INF460R or INF461S) in his or her curriculum. Note that the above rule does NOT apply to the new qualification 98908.

Qualification

Modules passed in the old curriculum

New Module Codes

Modules exempted in the New Curriculum

National Diploma: Engineering: Civil (NDECI)

MAT181Q:

Mathematics I

MAT1581 EUP1501: End User Computing I Theory/Practicals ENN103F: English for Academic Purposes MAT2691: Mathematics II PHY1501/AMC1PRA: Elementary Mechanics I/Applied Mechanics

MAT1581

CPK151V/CPK1PRA: Computer Skills I KVH171H: Communication Skills I MAT291X: Mathematics II AMC141R/AMC1PRA: Applied Mechanics I Theory/Practicals

National Diploma: Engineering: Industrial (NDEID)

PLA111A

HRM2605

HRM2605

Baccalaureus Technologiae: Engineering: Civil (BTECV)

MPP401C: Management Principles Practice IV HRC401C: Human Resources IV FNM301C: Financial Management III PJM401C: Project Management IV PME361V: Principles of Management Economics III CLC1M1C/CLC1M2C

MGP437U: Management Practice IV MHB201Q: Human Resources II FMA401V: Financial Management IV PMN501B: Project Management V BEK342S: Management Economics III CLA1501/CLA1502: Commercial Law 1A/1B

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Modules with practical components


Department of Chemistry

Module code
CHE1503 (Chemistry) CHE2621 (Inorganic Chemistry) CHE2622 (Physical Chemistry) CHE2623 (Organic Chemistry) CHE2624 (Analytical Chemistry) CHE3721 (Inorganic Chemistry) CHE3722 (Physical Chemistry) CHE3723 (Organic Chemistry) CHE3724 (Analytical Chemistry) Third-year practicals

Practical dates
25 November - 6 December 2013 2 - 4 December 2013 25 - 27 November 2013 5 - 7 December 2013 28 - 30 November 2013 10 - 14 June 2013 17 - 21 June 2013 24 - 28 June 2013 1 - 5 July 2013 10 June - 5 July 2013 (to be confirmed)

Department of Physics

Module code
MCA1PRA/AMC1PRA FIC1PRA & ENP2PRA PHY2604 & PHY3706 PHY1503

Practical dates
May - September (1 day) May - September (1 day) May - September (1 day) From the second week in August for a period of two weeks

Environmental Sciences

Module code
COC1501 (semester 1 only) COC2601 (contact course II) COC2603 (contact course IV) DNA020M DNA0301

Practical dates
Different sessions between February and April August/September in KZN August/September in Gauteng August/September August/September

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Agriculture and Animal Health

Module code
AGR102V (Practical Agriculture) AGR202Y (Practical Crop & Plant Science) AGR2044 (Practical Weed, Soil & Water Management) AGR306A AGR307B AGR308C

April schedule
15 April 2013 16 April 2013 17 April 2013 3 - 5 April 2013 3 - 5 April 2013 3 - 5 April 2013

August schedule
19 August 2013 20 August 2013 21 August 2013 28 - 30 August 2013 28 - 30 August 2013 28 - 30 August 2013

Department of Life and Consumer Sciences

Module code

Practical dates
6 - 17 May 2013 24 June - 5 July 2013 5 - 16 August 2013 26 August - 6 September 2013

Venue

CLO1602

Unisa Florida Campus

CLO2602

8 - 19 April 2013 15 - 26 July 2013 4 - 15 March 2013 3 - 14 June 2013 18 - 28 June 2012 1 - 12 July 2013 7 - 18 January 2013 2 - 12 April 2013 25 September - 4 October 2013

Unisa Florida Campus

CLO3705

Unisa Florida Campus

FOO1602

Centurion Academy, Pretoria

FOO2602 FOO3705

Centurion Academy, Pretoria Centurion Academy, Pretoria


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Life Sciences NWU/Unisa

Module code
ZOL3704

Practical dates
9 March - 25 March

Exam paper
14 March 2013 20 March 2013 Excursion: from 15:00 on 20 March to 11:30 on 25 March 2013 14 March 2013 20 March 2013 14/03/2013 20/03/2013 Excursion: from 15:00 on 20 March to 11:30 on 25 March 2013 Terrestrial : 09:00 on 4 April 2013 Aquatic: 12:00 on 4 April 2013 Physiology: 9 April 2014 Terrestrial: 09:00 on 4 April 2013 Aquatic: 12:00 on 4 April 2013 7 June 2013 14 June 2013 7 June 2013 11 June 2013 14 June 2013 15 June 2013 21 June 201327 June 2013 30/08/2013 05/09/2013

Venue
Building E6 (JSvdM)

ZOL2604

9 March - 20 March

BB-labs (G16)

ENZ224

9 - 25 March 2013

BB-labs (G16)

BOT3704

25 March - 9 April 2013

Building E6 (JSvdM)

ENB224

25 March - 4 April 2013

Building E6 (JSvdM)

BOT1603

3 -14 June 2013

BOT2604

3 - 14 June 2013

FIS2604/FIS3704 ZOL1603 BLG1603 (Group 1)

3 - 15 June 2013 15 - 27 June 2013 26 August - 5 September 2013 ZOL: 26 - 29 August 2013 BOT: 31 August - 4 September 2013

BLG1603 (Group 2)

12 - 23 September 2013 ZOL: 12 - 16 September 2013 BOT: 18 - 22 September 2013

ZOL: 17 September 2013 BOT: 23 September 2013

MIB2604/MIB3704

2 - 13 September 2013

MIB2: 12 - 13 September 2013 MIB3: 6 and 13 September 2013 21 September 2013 28 September 2013 21 September 2013 Biochemistry Building, room F3

BCH2604/BCH3704 GEL1502 (GEL114)

16 - 28 September 2013 16 - 21 September 2013

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Buy your books


Theres a list of prescribed books and recommended reading in each Tutorial letter 101. To make sure you buy the right books, include the name, ISBN code and edition when ordering. The recommended readings on your list are available from the library.

Here is a list of Unisa's official booksellers where you can purchase your prescribed books. Book Express
Address 70b Loch Avenue, Parktown West, JOHANNESBURG Tel 011 482 8433/ 011 726 8208 Fax 086 690 1826

www.bookexpress.co.za
E-mail info@bookexpress.co.za

Juta & Co


011 331 5140 012 362 5799 021 670 6680 021 930 6202 011 331 5079 012 362 5744 021 670 6795 021 930 7962

www.jutaonline.co.za
jhbbooks@juta.co.za ptabooks@juta.co.za claremontbooks@juta.co.za pabooks@juta.co.za

Shop 231, lower level, Carlton Centre, JOHANNESBURG 1st floor, Hatfield Plaza, 1122 Burnett Street, HATFIELD Ground floor, Sunclare Building, 21 Dreyer Street, Claremont, CAPE TOWN Jean Simonis Street, PAROW

Kalahari.net

Tel: 021 468 8035


012 3625663/4 021 882 9101 018 297 1583/4 013 741 3230 051 444 1212 021 685 9296 071 293 2960 012 327 5675 086 523 3075

www.kalahari.net www.proteabookshop.co.za
012 362 5685 021 882 9110 018 297 3775 013 741 3230 086 7688 362 proteanels@mweb.co.za bloem@proteaboekhuis.co.za rondebosch@proteaboekhuis.co.za arcadia@proteaboekhuis.co.za protea.annie@mweb.co.za akademies@proteaboekhuis.co.za akademies@mweb.co.za

Protea Bookshop
1067 Burnett Street, HATFIELD

Bergzictht Plaza, Andringa Street, STELLENBOSCH 86 Steve Biko Street, Bult, POTCHEFSTROOM Tarentaal Centre, corner of N4 & Kaapsehoepweg, NELSPRUIT Shop 33, Brandwag Centre, Brandwag, BLOEMFONTEIN Shop 29, Rondebosch on Main Centre, 51-81 Main Road RONDEBOSCH Helen Joseph Street, ARCADIA Staats Artillery Road PRETORIA WEST

Pro Visions Books


37F Ordnance Road, DURBAN


031 33 72112 031 368 4500

www.provisions.co.za
info@provisions.co.za

Takealot.com

Tel: 0861 222

E-mail: info@takealot.com

www.takealot.com

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Van Schaik Bookstore


Address Braamfontein Centre, Jorissen Street, BRAAMFONTEIN Protea Hotel Building, Burnett Street, HATFIELD Shop 1, 235 Church Street, PRETORIA University of KwaZulu-Natal, Golf Road, Scottsville, PIETERMARITZBURG Shop 10, K90 Centre, corner of K90 & North Rand Road, BOKSBURG North West University Grounds, Building No 4, Hendrik van Eck Boulevard, VANDERBIJLPARK Shop 242, Maponya Mall, SOWETO Shop 3, Momentum House, corner of Stalwart Simelane & Bram Fisher Streets, DURBAN Sanlam Student Village, Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University, Summerstrand, PORT ELIZABETH 26 Main Road, RONDEBOSCH 22 Long Street, Shop No 1, corner of Strand & Long streets, CAPE TOWN Cachetpark Centre, Steve Biko Avenue, POTCHEFSTROOM KwaDlengezwa Campus, Library Building Basement, KwaDlengezwa Reserve, UNIVERSITY OF ZULULAND Parow Centre, Voortrekker Road, PAROW 31B Caxton House, 35 Terminus Street, EAST LONDON 49B Schoeman Street, POLOKWANE Shop 52, The Promenade, NELSPRUIT 19 OR Tambo Avenue, EMALAHLENI University of Namibia, 340 Mandume Ndemufayo Avenue, Pionierspark, Windhoek, NAMIBIA 9 Park Road, Willows, BLOEMFONTEIN 137 Beyers Naud Street, RUSTENBURG Ou William Pescod, Room B2, 31 Scanlan Street, New Park, KIMBERLEY Tel 011 339 1711 012 362 5701/ 5669/5698 012 321 2442 033 386 9308/9 011 826 2045/3850 016 985 1144 011 938 3460/3462 031 332 2009/2049 041 583 3171 021 689 4112 021 418 0202 018 294 8875 035 902 6103 021 930 2480 043 722 5926/34 015 295 9040/ 9090/ 9306 013 7527623 / 7860 013 690 2796 +264 61 206 3364 051 447 6685 014 592 9915 053 832 7066 Fax 011 339 7267 012 362-5673 012 325 7832 033 386 9633 011 826 3663 016 985 1126 011 938 3486 031 332 2029 041 583 2418 021 686 3404 021 418 0212 018 2944 445 035 902 6101 021 939 3767 043 722 6117 015 295 9099 013 752 7659 0880 136 902 978 +264 61 206 3040 051 447 7837 086 551 9600 053 832 7599

www.vanschaik.com
E-mail vsbraam@vanschaik.com vshat@vanschaik.com vskerk@vanschaik.com Pietermaritzburg@vanschaik.com vsboks@vanschaik.com vsnwu@vanschaik.com Soweto@vanschaik.com vsdurban@vanschaik.com vspe@vanschaik.com vsrbosch@vanschaik.com capetown@vanschaik.com vspotch@vanschaik.com vsunizul@vanschaik.com vsparow@vanschaik.com vsel@vanschaik.com vspol@vanschaik.com vsnel@vanschaik.com vswitbank@vanschaik.com vsunam@vanschaik.com vsbloem@vanschaik.com rustenburg@vanschaik.com lester.plaatjies@vanschaik.com

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Unisa rules for students


Introduction
The content of this section is defined by the legislation and regulations set out in the Higher Education Act, 1997 (as amended). Where provision is made for institutional discretion, the Unisa rules are subject to approval by Council and/or Senate (as appropriate), except where expressly recorded to the contrary. The rules contained in this document represent the general rules of the university and apply to all students of Unisa. These rules must be read together with the applicable Unisa policies, which have the same force and effect as the rules contained in this document. The relevant policies are available on the Unisa website as well as on the CD containing general registration information which is distributed to all students. The rules published here and related policies may be amended prior to the commencement of the following academic year. In addition to these general rules, there may be specific rules per college and/or qualification. They will be expressly stated in the information pertaining to the college and/or qualification set out elsewhere in this document or in the relevant tutorial letters, all of which are available to registered students in print format or online. Where the rules of a college make provision for special requirements with regard to registration for a module offered in the college, the requirements will apply equally where the module is taken in another college or for non-degree purposes, unless expressly stated to the contrary. When a student registers with Unisa, the student: (i) acknowledges an awareness of the prevalent rules of the university; and (ii) undertakes to be bound and abide by the rules of the institution.

The student bears the onus of ensuring that s/he is familiar with the rules pertinent to his/her registration with Unisa.

Ignorance of these rules and related institutional policies will not be accepted as an excuse for any transgression. Office hours
07:45 to 16:00, Mondays to Fridays, excluding public holidays. Self-help centre close at 15:30.

1 Language of tuition
The university provides tuition in Afrikaans and English, according to the preference of the student. However, as approved by Senate, specific modules are offered in English only. In qualifications comprising the learning of a language, tuition may be offered only in the language of the module that is being taught, after the approval by Senate. Prescribed books may not always be available in the language in which the student has chosen to receive tuition.

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2 Language(s) of research
The Language Policy subscribes to the principles of functional multilingualism. Where mutually acceptable to the student and supervisor, students are allowed to write their thesis in any of the South African official languages. However, if the thesis or dissertation is written in a language other than English, the abstracts of the thesis or dissertation must be provided in English.

3 Method of tuition
Unisa is an open distance learning institution. Consequently, contact tuition is limited to group discussion classes or tutorials as may be scheduled for the module. Tuition is provided through print-based format (except in the case of modules offered solely online), multimedia and online through the myUnisa student portal. Students with disabilities who are registered at Unisa receive modes of tuition according to their needs insofar as the University is reasonably able to accommodates the students needs. Students with special needs must advise the University of their circumstances and make arrangements for the provision thereof. The rules regarding assessments are set out later in this document.

4 Library Services
4.1 Membership of the library is available to all registered students and is subject to library regulations.These regulations are published in the my Studies @ Unisa brochure, which is issued at the time of registration. 4.2 Students living outside of South Africa also qualify for membership, but services will depend on whether the students environment provides the infrastructure required for a specific service. 4.3 Note: the library does not stock prescribed books and these must be purchased by the student, as required. Limited copies of prescribed books may be purchased by the library for tuition and research purposes. 4.4 To gain access to the services (electronically), students must visit the Library webpage www.unisa.ac.za/library, click on login and create a PIN. Please refer to the my Studies @ Unisa brochure for more information. 4.5 Examination results of students who fail to return library material by the due date will be withheld until the material has been received or until the replacement cost of each item as well as all outstanding administrative costs have been paid in full. Re-registration will also not be possible until everything indicated above has been submitted and/or paid

5 Reports, records and statements of academic results


5.1 Certified Advance Statement 5.1.1 A student will receive a Certified Advance Statement in respect of a completed degree, diploma or certificate. 5.1.2 The Advance Statement is posted to the student as soon as reasonably possible after completion of the qualification. 5.1.3 All modules that have been passed will be indicated on the Advance Statement, together with the percentages obtained. 5.1.4 An Advance Statement will not be issued to a student who has an outstanding fee balance or outstanding library material. The Advance Statement will only be processed upon settlement of the obligation. 5.1.5 An Advance Statement is only issued after the students results have been finally audited for correctness. 5.2 Statement of Credits

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5.2.1 A student may request, in writing a Statement of Credits in respect of an incomplete qualification or for a completed qualification, which will set out the modules passed by the student. 5.3 Transcript of academic record and abbreviated syllabus 5.3.1 A student may, upon a written request, receive a transcript of his/her academic record and/or the abbreviated syllabus for modules comprising the qualification. Students may also request that the documents be sent directly to a South African university or to one institution in a foreign jurisdiction. In the latter instance, the onus is on the requesting student to ensure that the information is correctly provided to Unisa. 5.4 Certificate of Conduct 5.4.1 If a student is registered at Unisa but intends registering at another university in the following year, no Certificate of Conduct will be issued before his/her examination results are available. 5.4.2 The Certificate of Conduct is printed as part of the students academic record and no separate document is issued. 5.4.3 A Certificate of Conduct is issued on request only. 5.4.4 A Certificate of Conduct is not a testimonial of the students character. 5.5 Progress Report 5.5.1 The university does not issue Progress Reports in respect of undergraduate qualifications. 5.5.2 At least four weeks prior to the commencement of an official examination session, a letter indicating whether or not a student has been admitted to the examinations in each of the modules for which s/he is registered, will be posted to the student. The communication also indicates the final examination dates and may be used in support of any application for leave for examination purposes, if needed. 5.6 Completion of a qualification 5.6.1 A students qualification status will only be amended from INCOMPLETE to COMPLETE on the academic record after the results have been finally audited and approved as being correct.

6 Qualifications offered
6.1 Unisa is a comprehensive university and offers qualifications ranging from certificates to doctoral studies within seven colleges, namely: College of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences (CAES) College of Economic and Management Sciences (CEMS) College of Education (CEDU) College of Graduate Studies (CGS) College of Human Sciences (CHS) College of Law (CLAW) College of Science, Engineering and Technology (CSET)

6.2 Each college further offers formal and non-formal programmes, where: 6.2.1 Formal qualifications refer to those qualifications that are subsidised by the Department of Higher Education and Training, and therefore offered under the DHET policies and legislation; while 6.2.2 Non-formal qualifications refer to those short learning programmes that are not subsidised by the DHET. Such

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qualifications, ranging from three months to one year, have a focus on providing specific skills within the work environment. 6.3 Although different student numbers are used for formal and non formal qualifications, the rules of the University apply to both formal and non-formal qualifications.

7 Application for admission to study at Unisa


For further detailed information, refer to the institutional brochure: my Choice @ Unisa. 7.1 In respect of undergraduate qualifications, prospective students who have not previously been registered with Unisa for a formal qualification must apply for admission to study at Unisa prior to registration. 7.2 All postgraduate students must apply to be admitted to the selected postgraduate qualification. 7.3 Application to study at Unisa for the selected qualification takes place during published periods prior to a registration cycle and the onus is on a prospective student to ensure that s/he has the correct information regarding the set dates. 7.4 Prospective students whose applications are not finalised by the set closing date will not be considered for registration in the immediately following registration period. 7.5 In respect of undergraduate qualifications, in order to comply with the requirements for application, a prospective student must (summarised): 7.5.1 Apply on the prescribed Unisa application form during the published scheduled periods. 7.5.2 Ensure that s/he complies with the admission requirements prescribed for the qualification for which s/he is applying. This information is contained in the my Choice @ Unisa brochure. 7.5.3 Submit the required supporting documents with the application form. 7.5.4 Submit the non-refundable application fee, together with the application form and other documentation. 7.5.5 In respect of masters and doctoral qualifications, all applications must be completed and submitted online. No other mode of application will be accepted. Note: An application is only complete when the university has received (i) the application form; (ii) the other relevant documents required for the processing of the application; and (iii) the payment of the application fee. 7.5.6 Apply before the closing date set for the academic period in which s/he intends to register.

8 Admission to study
The general university and qualification-specific admission requirements are detailed in the institutional brochures: my Choice @ Unisa and in this brochure my Registration @ Unisa. 8.1 The onus is on the student (including students who register for non-degree purposes) to ensure that s/he meets the admission requirement/s for his/her chosen qualification. 8.2 The university will unilaterally de-register any student who does not comply with the prescribed admission requirement/s.

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8.3 Unisa is a dedicated open distance learning institution and will not assist students to obtain study permits except if its contact sessions are an inherent requirement of a qualification. The information and process to be followed will be communicated in the tutorial letter for the specific module.

9 Registration
The rules regarding registration are set out in detail in the Admission Policy and this brochure my Registration @ Unisa. Specifically, the following rules are highlighted: 9.1 The registration form 9.1.1 A student must complete a registration form for each academic year, in terms of which s/he binds him/herself to all the rules of the university. 9.1.2 The content of the form is the basis of the students contract with the university. 9.1.3 It is the students responsibility to inform the university of any change/s to personal data contained on the registration form notably, name change, address change and/or change in telephone numbers in writing and using the prescribed Unisa forms or online using the myUnisa portal. 9.1.4 It is the responsibility of the student to submit his/ her registration before the closing date. No late registrations are accepted for any reason. Note: In respect of masters and doctoral qualifications, registration is only available online. 9.2 Choice of modules per semester/per annum 9.2.1 A students registration per semester and per annum is subject to the maximum number of NQF (National Qualifications Framework) credits as set out in the Admission Policy. 9.2.2 Modules registered for non-degree purposes will also be taken into account when calculating the maximum NQF credits for a semester/year of study. 9.2.3 Students in the final semester of study for a qualification weighted at 240 credits or more may apply to register for an additional 24 credits if to do so will enable the student to complete the registered qualification. Application to take the additional modules must be made to the Deputy Registrar on the Unisa prescribed form. In order to be eligible for the application of this rule, the affected student must have a minimum overall average of 55% in all modules previously passed. 9.2.4 Where the final year of a qualification comprises only year modules (as opposed to semester modules), the above rule will evenly apply: however, application for the additional 24 credits may be made at the beginning of the final year of study. 9.3 Pre-requisite modules 9.3.1 A student may not register for a module for which s/he has not passed the pre-requisite. 9.4 Co-requisite modules 9.4.1 Students must register for prescribed co-requisite modules simultaneously. 9.5 Concurrent registration 9.5.1 Students may register concurrently for formal and non-formal qualifications at the university, with the consent of the colleges involved.

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9.5.2 Students may not register for a formal qualification at the university, if concurrently registered for a formal or non-formal programme at another university, except that such students may be allowed to register for nondegree purposes (NDP) at Unisa, if their registration is accompanied by a letter of permission from the other university granting permission for concurrent studies for non-degree purposes and indicating the modules to be taken at Unisa. 9.6 Registration for the research masters and doctoral qualifications 9.6.1 Students registering for a research masters or doctoral qualification must first register for and comply with the requirements set for the Research Proposal module before registering for the research component of the qualification (ie the dissertation or thesis). 9.7 Registration for non-degree purposes (NDP) 9.7.1 Students intending to register for a module even for non-degree purposes must meet the admission requirements for the qualification in which the study unit is offered: for example, registration for a study unit at honours level can only be considered if the student meets the admission requirements for the honours programme concerned. Additionally, the student must meet pre and co-requisites for modules to be taken for NDP. 9.7.2 A student may be allowed to register for a maximum of 4 modules for non-degree purposes, while registered for a formal undergraduate diploma or degree qualification that has a minimum duration of 3 or 4 years. 9.7.3 A student may be allowed to register for a maximum of 2 modules for non-degree purposes, while registered for a formal undergraduate diploma or degree qualification that has a minimum duration of 1 or 2 years. 9.7.4 A student who is registered for an honours bachelors degree may, only with the special permission of the Executive Dean of the respective college that offers the honours programme, also register in the same academic year for not more than two undergraduate modules for non-degree purposes (NDP). 9.7.5 A student who is registered for a masters degree may, only with the special permission of the Executive Dean of the respective college that offers the masters programme, also register in the same academic year for two undergraduate modules or for one honours module or the corresponding number of modules on the same level for non-degree purposes (NDP). 9.7.6 A student who is registered for a doctoral degree may, only with the special permission of the Executive Dean of the respective college that offers the doctoral programme, also register in the same academic year for two undergraduate modules or for one honours module or one masters module or the corresponding number of modules on the same level for non-degree purposes (NDP).

10 Application for credits and exemptions


10.1 Students applying for credits and exemptions for studies passed at other higher education institutions must do so on the prescribed form and in accordance with the Unisa rules as stated in the Unisa brochures my Choice @ Unisa and my Registration @ Unisa. 10.2 Specifically, 10.2.1 Applicants must meet the admission requirements for the qualification for which they are applying for credit/s and exemption/s; and 10.2.2 A maximum of 50% of the prescribed NQF credits may be awarded in the form of credits and exemptions. 10.2.3 No exemptions will be granted towards an honours, BTech or masters qualification from any qualification previously completed.

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11 Cancellation of registration.
11.1 A student who voluntarily cancels his/her registration of a module for any reason whatsoever, will forfeit either a part or the entire fee paid, as prescribed in the fee payment schedule for this year.

12 Exclusion from study on the ground of poor academic performance and re-admission to study
12.1 Unisa prescribes a set of minimum standards with which students must comply to ensure their continued registration with the university. These are set out in the Admission Policy. 12.2 A student who does not comply with the standards prescribed in the Admission Policy will be excluded from further admission to the university, provided that the Executive Dean of the college in which the student is registered may, at his/her discretion, grant the student permission to re-register for a further period of study. 12.3 The required standards include inter alia: 12.3.1 a student must in the first calendar year of registration pass, at least, 36 credits; and 12.3.2 a student in the second and subsequent years of study must pass, at least, 48 credits annually. 12.4 For purposes of compliance with this rule, NDP registrations and the results of all aegrotat and supplementary examinations will be taken into account. 12.5 Each year in which the student was registered at Unisa is included in the calculation of the period of registration and not just the years in which the student was registered for a particular qualification. 12.6 In the case of a student who has completed a formal degree or diploma and is registered for a second or further qualification, only those years of registration after the completion of the degree or diploma will be taken into account for purposes of calculating the study period in respect of the second or further qualification. 12.7 Modules from which a student has been exempted will not be taken into consideration for purposes of determining whether he/she should be re-admitted to the university. Similarly, a students previous academic performance at another university will not be taken into consideration. 12.8 Students registered for the postgraduate Research Proposal module will only be permitted one further opportunity to re-register. If the student is not successful after the second registration, the student will not be permitted to register again for the Research Proposal module and will be excluded from the qualification.

Re-admission
12.9 A student applying for re-admission to the university after being excluded on the basis of poor performance (as defined above) may do so only after providing proof of successful completion of study in accordance with the standards set out in the Admission Policy. 12.10 A student applying for re-admission must submit his/her application for the consideration of the Registrar, on the prescribed Unisa form.

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13 Finance and fees


13.1 The fees payable and the manner in which fees must be paid are determined by the Council of the University, and are set out in the university brochure my Registration @ Unisa. 13.2 Payment must be made in terms of the modes set by the university. The adoption of any alternate payment method which is dishonoured by the financial institution, will result in the fees being deemed to have not been paid and will result in the affected students registration being automatically cancelled. 13.3 A student who owes a financial debt to the university, or has not returned university property that has been loaned to him/her, shall not be provided with a Certificate of Conduct or any proof of academic achievement by the university.

14 Formative assessments
14.1 Every student is required to complete and submit the formative assessment requirements as set out in the tutorial letters for the registered module. 14.2 The formative assessments will be used to calculate the year mark as set out in the Tutorial Letters for the module. The year mark will contribute towards the final summative assessment mark. (The contribution of the year mark towards the final summative assessment mark will be set out in the Tutorial Letter/s for the module.) 14.3 Note: The year mark will only be considered for purposes of calculating the final summative assessment mark if a student attains a minimum mark of 40% in the summative assessment set for the module (the sub-minimum rule). 14.4 The year mark will not contribute to the calculation of the final summative assessment mark in the case of a supplementary examination.

15 Admission to the summative examinations


15.1 A student will not be admitted to an examination in a module unless s/he: (a) is registered at the university for tuition in that module for the particular academic year and period; and (b) has satisfactorily completed all the requirements for admission as prescribed by Senate

16 Assessment periods
16.1 Year modules and certain postgraduate modules will be assessed in October/November. 16.2 Special, supplementary and aegrotat assessments for the year modules and certain postgraduate modules will be scheduled in January/ February of the following year. 16.3 Note: Assessments in the following qualifications will take place in January/February following the year of registration Advanced Certificate in Education Postgraduate Diploma in Advanced Nursing Science Postgraduate Diploma in Distance Education

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Postgraduate Diploma in Tertiary Education Postgraduate Diploma in Telecommunications and Information Policy Honours qualifications (exception Psychology) but no supplementary assessments are applicable(?) 16.3.1 Summative assessments for modules which are offered in the first semester take place in May/June. 16.3.2 Special, supplementary and aegrotat assessments are scheduled in October/Novemberof the same year. 16.3.3 Summative assessments for modules which are offered in the second semester take place in October/November. 16.3.4 Special, supplementary and aegrotat examinations are scheduled in May/June of the following year. 16.3.5 Postgraduate examinations scheduled for January/February, will have their special, supplementary or aegrotat examinations in May/June of the same year. Postgraduate students who have their second assessment opportunity in May/June must re-register for the module by the official closing date for registrations in the event that they fail the second assessment. No late registrations will be considered. Students who have reregistered and pass the second assessment, must themselves liaise with the Registrations Division regarding a refund for fees already paid.

17 Supplementary, aegrotat and special assessment opportunities


Please note that there are undergraduate modules which do not make provision for aegrotat or special examinations. No supplementary examinations are granted in respect of aegrotat or special examinations. 17.1 Except where expressly stated to the contrary, a student will be granted a maximum of 2 assessment opportunities in a module without having to re-register for the module. CTA Level 1 and CTA Level 2 students only have one examination opportunity. Thus, where a student is granted a supplementary, aegrotat or special assessment opportunity, this will be the final assessment opportunity without the student having to re-register for the module. Students who fail or are absent (for whatever reason) from the second assessment opportunity will not be granted a further opportunity without re-registering for the module. Students who passed their examinations cannot apply for a second assessment opportunity in order to improve their results. Such students must re-register for the module(s) concerned for non-degree purposes. 17.2 An aegrotat or special examination in the following examination period may be granted to a student who has been prevented from taking the preceding examination or has been unable to complete the examination as a result of: illness on the day of or immediately before or during the examination, provided that the application is accompanied by a certificate, issued by a medical practitioner registered with the SA Medical and Dental Council, specifying the nature, commencement date and duration of the illness and declaring that for health reasons it was impossible or undesirable for the candidate to sit for the examination on the day concerned or a letter from the invigilator certifying that the candidate left the examination hall due to illness; or personal circumstances, such as work commitments (official letter from employer is required) or work-related travel, serious illness or death of a relative during the examination period, provided that satisfactory evidence of such circumstances is produced (see below).

17.3 A student will be granted a second assessment opportunity (supplementary examination) in a module if s/he achieves a minimum final summative assessment mark of 40%, as well as complying with the additional (where relevant) specific criteria for an aegrotat, special or supplementary assessment for the module. Students will only be registered for the second assessment opportunity upon payment of the prescribed fee. The University awards supplementary examinations and students cannot apply for this opportunity.

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17.4 Where an examination is deferred and a special or aegrotat examination (second examination opportunity) is granted, without the examination having been written at the first examination opportunity, such deferred examination will be regarded as the second and final examination opportunity for that academic year. No further supplementary, aegrotat or special examinations will be granted and students who fail or are absent from such an examination (for whatever reason) will have to reregister for the relevant module/paper during the next academic period. Please note: A student must have obtained examination admission and have paid the full registration fee in respect of the relevant module. The prescribed examination fee must accompany the application for the aegrotat or special examination. Examination fees are not refundable or transferable. 17.5 No alternative dates or times can be arranged in cases where examination dates and/or times clash. Note: A student will not be granted admission to a or special assessment on the basis of clashes in examination dates; save where the clash may arise as a result of a change to the provisional timetable made by the University after the registration period. 17.6 Applications for special examinations must be accompanied by original documentary evidence giving full details as to why the student was prevented from writing the examination. Applications must be submitted WITHIN 10 DAYS of the original examination date. Please ensure that your student number appears on all documentation. Medical certificates received without an accompanying written application will be deemed to be an incomplete application and will, therefore, not be processed or considered. Applications can be submitted via fax (012 429 4150), e-mail (aegrotats@unisa.ac.za) (your student number must appear in the subject heading) or may be posted to the university (PO Box 392, Unisa, 0003). It remains the students responsibility to ensure that the university receives the original application and any accompanying documentation before the closing date. 17.7 Undergraduate students in their final year of study who have one or two modules outstanding to complete the qualification may qualify for assistance in terms of the Procedure to assist students who have one or two modules outstanding to complete a qualification. The student must have written and failed the modules in the last examination. The University reserves the right to award or decline the special assessment opportunity based on the students formative and last summative assessment. Postgraduate students (who qualify) must owe 24 credits or less in order to be considered for the above assistance. 17.8 The year mark will not contribute to the calculation of the final assessment mark in the case of a or supplementary assessment. 17.9 Special, aegrotat and supplementary assessments will be scheduled at the same examination centre at which the student was scheduled to write the previous examination, save where prior arrangements have been made with the University. No assessments in lieu of the above, will be scheduled outside of the official examination periods. 17.10 Senate may approve that there is no second assessment opportunity in respect of specific undergraduate modules. Where this rule is in place, the information is expressly set out in the relevant tutorial letter, which forms part of the students agreement with Unisa. 17.11 Most postgraduate modules also have a second examination opportunity, save for the CTA Level 1 and CTA Level 2 examinations. The following should also be noted. 17.11.1 the assessments for the MBL modules and certain postgraduate modules are conducted in October/November, with special, supplementary and aegrotat assessments scheduled in January of the year following; and 17.11.2 the assessments for the MBA modules and most postgraduate modules are conducted in May/June and the special, supplementary and aegrotat assessments (for students who qualify) are scheduled in October/November. 17.11.3 the assessments for most postgraduate modules are conducted in January/February and the special, supplementary and aegrotat assessments (for students who qualify) are scheduled in May/June of the same year. Postgraduate students who have their second assessment opportunity in May/June must re-register for

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the module by the official closing date for registrations in the event that they fail the second assessment. No late registrations will be considered. Students who have re-registered and pass the second assessment, must themselves liaise with the Registrations Division regarding a refund for fees already paid.

18 Examination timetable
18.1 A provisional examination timetable will be available to all students at the time of registration to ensure that s/he is able to make an informed decision. The examination dates for all modules (except for non-venue based assessments, portfolios, theses and dissertations) are available in the examination timetable. 18.2 The onus is on the student to ensure, at the time of registration, that the examinations for which they register do not clash with any religious commitments which may take place during the year. 18.3 Students in foreign countries must ensure that the examination dates do not clash with any public holidays in their particular country. 18.4 The University reserves the right to make reasonable changes to the provisional timetable which is provided to students at the time of registration. No student will be unreasonably prejudiced by any changes made after the period of registration. 18.5 The final examination timetable will be posted, at least, one month prior to the commencement of the examination period. Please contact the university immediately if you have not received your final timetable two weeks prior to the initial examination date. NOTE: No additional examination opportunities will be granted in respect of students who claimed to have received their examination timetables late or not at all. The information will also be placed on myUnisa. 18.6 The final timetable will contain the following information: 18.6.1 a list of the modules for which a student has gained admission to the examination, together with the final examination dates and times; 18.6.2 a list of the modules (if any) for which the student has not gained admission to the examination; 18.6.3 the examination centre address, and venue details; and 18.6.4 further general instructions. 18.7 It is the students responsibility to familiarise his-/herself with the contents of the final examination timetable insofar as it applies to the students registration for the semester/year. Financial Cancellations: Students who have been financilally cancelled for certain modules may still go and write their examination as scheduled. Note however, that all examination results (and supplementary examination information where applicable) will be withheld until all tuition fees have been settled and examination material returned. Supplementary examinations missed as result of the aforementioned will not be rescheduled nor will students be granted any further examination opportunities.

19 Examination centres
19.1 Unisa has an official list of examination centres approved by Senate. The detail of the approved examination centres is contained in the university brochure my Registration @ Unisa and my Unisa. 19.2 Examination centres in foreign countries are limited to the examination venues currently in use, locally or abroad and as detailed in the brochure.

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19.3 No individual requests will be considered regarding the setting up of ad hoc examination centres. 19.4 A student must select one examination centre from the list at the time of registration at which s/he will write his/her examinations. No dual centres the exam period will be allowed. 19.5 A student may change his/her examination centre after registration. An application to change must reach the university on/before the following dates: 31 March for the May/June examinations 31 August for the October/November examinations 15 November for the January/February examinations 19.6 The university may, where dictated by operational and venue capacity requirements, change the students chosen examination centre. Affected students will be advised of any change at least 1 month prior to the commencement of the examination. 19.7 The final details regarding the allocated examination centre (together with the examination dates and times) will be set out in the final Examination Timetable Notice that is sent to all students. The information is also available on the university website and on the myUnisa student portal. Students carry the onus of informing themselves of the scheduled venue, dates and times of their examinations. 19.8 The following reasons will not be accepted as justifying a departure from the stipulated procedures: Objection to the expense involved in travelling to and from an examination centre Difficulty in obtaining leave from official duties Lack of ordinary transport facilities, such as a regular bus or train service Non-receipt of the letter confirming admission to the examinations

20 Examination fees
20.1 The examination fee is included in the fee for the module and no additional fee is payable in respect of the students first examination opportunity, except where the examination is written at a examination centre in a foreign country. 20.2 Additional fees will, however, be payable in respect of supplementary, aegrotat or special examinations refer to my Registration @ Unisa for the fee amount. 20.3 The additional fees (to which reference is made in 20.2 above) are paid in addition to the fees for the preceding examinations and are neither refundable nor transferable (even if the student is absent from all or some of his/her examinations).

21 Language of examinations
21.1 All examinations, except for examinations in a language module, will be presented in English and/or Afrikaans. Senate may approve another language for examination purposes in accordance with the Language Policy of the University.

22 Examination times, presence and admission to the examination venue


22.1 A student must be present in the examination venue, at least 15 minutes prior to the commencement time of the examination.

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22.2 A student who arrives after the scheduled commencement time of the examination will not be granted entry to the examination venue. Late arrivals at an examination venue will not be granted any additional examination opportunities. 22.3 It is the responsibility of the student to ensure that s/he is present in the examination venue in terms of the rules set out in the examination timetable notice. 22.4 A student who is not officially registered at an examination centre will not be permitted to write examinations at that centre. The student will be referred to the centre at which s/he is officially registered to write examinations. Any prejudice arising from the student presenting him/herself at the incorrect examination venue will be borne by the student. 22.5 A students must use his/her student number as the examination number. 22.6 Every student will be required to produce proof of identity at the examination venue. For this purpose the student card AND identity document, drivers licence or passport bearing a photograph of the student must be presented. 22.7 A student is responsible for (i) making the necessary arrangements for; and (ii) any costs incurred in attending an examination.

23 Examination modalities
23.1 At the discretion of Senate an examination may be written, oral, or both written and oral, and may include practical work. 23.2 The university may, at its discretion, require a student to take a further or additional oral or written examination. Except where otherwise arranged, these written and oral examinations will take place in Pretoria and any costs incurred by a student for the purposes of attending the examination will be for the students own account.

24 Pass mark and distinction


24.1 The pass mark for all modules is 50%. 24.2 The predicate with distinction in a module will be recorded on the academic record and the Advance Statement of Results when a student achieves a final examination mark of 75%. 24.3 A qualification is passed with distinction when a student has: 24.3.1 passed all modules for the qualification at Unisa; and 24.3.2 passed all final level modules at the first attempt; and 24.3.3 attained an overall average of 75% in the qualification. 24.4 Modules passed with distinction are not reflected on the certificate. However, if a qualification has been obtained with distinction, this fact will be reflected on both the Advance Statement of results and the certificate. 24.5 The rules apply to all qualifications (postgraduate and undergraduate, degree and diploma, irrespective of the duration of the qualification).

25 The sub-minimum rule


25.1 If a student does not achieve a minimum mark of 40% in the summative assessment, his/her year mark will not be taken into account for the purpose of calculating the final examination mark.

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26 Re-marking an examination answer script


26.1 A student who achieves a final examination mark from 35%-49% and 68%-74% may apply to have his/her examination answer script re-marked. 26.2 The examination answer script will be re-marked in accordance with the rules and procedures as approved by Senate. 26.3 An external examiner who was not involved with the original marking of the answer script will be contracted to undertake the remarking of the answer script. 26.4 An application for a re-mark must be submitted in writing on the prescribed Unisa form within the set period and must be accompanied by the payment of the prescribed fee. 26.5 The mark awarded after re-marking will be the final examination mark for the module, even if it is lower than the original mark. The year mark contribution will be calculated in determining the final examination result, provided the examination mark complies with the sub-minimum rule. 26.6 A student will be entitled to a supplementary examination (if applicable) on grounds of a re-mark result. 26.7 The result of the re-mark will be provided to the student approximately 2 months after the closing date of applications.. Notwithstanding an application for a re-mark, the onus is on the student to ensure that his/her registration (where relevant) is submitted on or before the scheduled closing date for registration. If as a result of a re-mark the student passes the module previously failed, the students registration for the modules will be automatically cancelled and any fees paid in respect of the affected module will be refunded to the student. 26.8 A student may not apply for a re-mark in respect of the practical component of an examination, or where the examination was entirely a multiple choice assessment. 26.9 Re-marking fees will only be refunded if a student: 26.9.1 who originally failed, passes as a result of the re-mark; or 26.9.2 who originally failed because of the implementation of the subminimum rule, achieves the subminimum requirements and passes as a result of the re-mark; or 26.9.3 gains admission to study for a following higher qualification on the grounds that his/her marks have sufficiently improved as a result of the re-mark.

27 Re-checking an examination answer script


27.1 All students may apply to have their examination answer scripts re-checked by the responsible lecturer. 27.2 The examination answer script will be re-checked in accordance with the rules and procedures set out in the Notice of Examination Results, which is sent to all students. 27.3 An application for a re-check must be submitted in writing on the prescribed Unisa form within the set period. The application for a re-check must be accompanied by payment of the prescribed fee. 27.4 The mark awarded after re-check will be the final examination mark for the module, even if it is lower than the original mark. The year mark contribution will be calculated in determining the final examination result, provide that the examination mark complies with the sub-minimum rule. 27.5 A student will be entitled to a supplementary examination (if applicable) on grounds of a re-checked result. 27.6 The result of the re-check will be provided to the student within 4 weeks of the closing date for re-check applications. Notwithstanding an application for a re-check, the onus is on the student to ensure that his/her registration (where relevant) is submitted on or before the scheduled closing date for registration. If as a result

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of a re-check the student passes the module previously failed, the students registration for the modules will be automatically cancelled and any fees paid in respect of the affected module will be refunded to the student. 27.7 A student may not apply for a re-check where the examination was entirely a multiple choice assessment. 27.8 The fee paid for the re-checking process will be refunded if as a result of the re-checking process the student obtains a higher mark.

28 Loss of examination material by the University


28.1 Should the examination material (answer book, etc) of a student not be received by the Universitys offices in Pretoria for marking, irrespective of the reason for such loss, such candidate may be granted an opportunity of writing another examination in the same module free of charge. 28.2 In all cases the students will be required to submit his/her attendance register which will serve as proof of attendance.

29 Practical examinations
29.1 Where there is a prescribed practical examination, the procedures and venues for practical examinations will be set out in the relevant tutorial letter. 29.2 The university reserves the right not to offer practical examinations outside of the Republic of South Africa. The onus is on the student to ensure that s/he is familiar with the rules regarding practical examinations prior to registration for the module.

30 Examination results
30.1 The university publishes the examination results only after the results are signed off by the Executive Deans of the respective colleges. 30.2 Final examination results will be: posted to each student admitted to the examination available on the MTN voice response system number 083 1234 available on the internet (http://www.unisa.ac.za/examresults) delivered to the student by SMS (where the student has requested the service)

30.3 No examination results will be supplied by telephone or facsimile. 30.4 No examination results will be released to a student until s/he has returned all books borrowed from the library and paid all/any outstanding study and/or library fees. 30.5 A student who has passed a module and obtained credit for it, may repeat it but only for non-degree purposes (NDP). This also applies to students who are repeating modules to qualify for admission to further studies. A study unit which a student has already passed for degree purposes my not be repeated for degree purposes. It may however, be repeated for non-degree purposes (NDP) but the marks obtained will not be recognised for the students degree. The University releases examination results in a staggered manner. Examination results which have been captured and signed off by Dean of the College will be released and made available to students. Since all examinations are not written at the same time, all examination results cannot be released at the same time. Please do not contact the University for examination results prior to the official release date of examination results.

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31 Examination arrangements for students with disabilities


31.1 A physically disabled student who requires special examination arrangements must apply annually, in writing, before 1 March for the May/June examination period; and 1 August for the October/November and January/February examinations periods. 31.2 A medical certificate specifying the nature of the handicap must accompany the application. 31.3 The application, setting out the special requirement/s, must be submitted by e-mail to examdisabled@unisa.ac.za (student number must appear in the subject line); or faxed to 086 691 9866. 31.4 Kindly note that while not all modules may lend themselves to appropriate summative assessment methods, alternative assessment methods may be considered in consultation with the relevant role players. Should you require more information, please contact the Examinations Administration Division to discuss your method of assessment.

32 Purchase of examination answer books


32.1 A student may apply in writing on the prescribed Unisa form to purchase a copy of his/her examination answer script. For details of the process and the administrative fee payable, students are referred to the Unisa website. 32.2 Students requesting a copy of the answer script will receive a photocopy replica or electronic version via e-mail of the examination answer script via registered mail once the application form and fee have been received and processed. 32.3 Question papers and model answers/memoranda will not be included with the copy of the answer script. Question papers are available in the university library or on the myUnisa student portal. 32.4 Applications must be sent to: purchasescript@unisa.ac.za (student number must appear in the subject heading) or faxed to 012 429 4150 (Attention: Examinations).

33 Student discipline
33.1 All students are subject to the Student Disciplinary Code. A complete copy of the Code is available on the Unisa website or upon request to the Office of the Registrar. 33.2 The onus is on the student to familiarise him-/herself with the contents of the Student Disciplinary Code and ignorance of the applicable rule/s will not constitute a defence in any disciplinary proceeding.

34 Graduation
3 4.1 Graduations at the university are governed according to the Unisa Graduation Ceremonies Policy. 34.2 The results of all final year students will be audited/verified prior to a students qualification status being changed from final year to complete. The audit will be finalised as soon as reasonably possible after the final examination results are published. Confirmation of completion of a qualification will not be provided prior to the audit being finalised. 34.3 As soon as possible after registration, all final year students must ensure that their personal details (eg names and surname, and qualification) are correctly captured on the official Unisa records. 34.4 A student who has a pending disciplinary hearing, or who owes outstanding library material, or who has an outstanding fee balance will not be invited to a graduation ceremony.

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Invitation to a formal graduation ceremony


34.5 Only students who have completed a degree or a three-year diploma will be invited to a graduation ceremony. The onus is on the student to ensure the veracity of the content of the Advance Statement of Results. Any corrections must be reported immediately to Division: Graduations. Amendments will not be effected to certificates or the graduation programme on the day of the ceremony.

Amendments to the graduation information


34.6 In cases where a certificate must be amended, due to a university error, a corrected certificate will be issued within ten working days upon return of the incorrect certificate accompanied by an affidavit by the affected student indicating that s/he has made not made copies of the incorrect certificate.

Issuing/award of a graduation certificate


34.7 If a student does not attend the ceremony, the qualification will be awarded in absentia, that is, in the students absence. 34.8 The certificate of a student who graduates in absentia will be posted by registered mail within ten working days after the ceremony for which the student was scheduled. Students who do not attend a graduation ceremony may not opt to collect their certificates in person after the date of the ceremony. 34.9 A certificate will not be issued to a student prior to the qualification having been conferred (even if in absentia) at a graduation ceremony. The student may request an Advance Statement of Results. 34.10 Students who present themselves on a date or at a time contrary to their scheduled date and/or time will not be accommodated to participate in the graduation proceedings

Guests
34.11 A student may invite a maximum of three guests to a graduation ceremony. 34.12 Students and guests must be seated at least 30 minutes before the scheduled time of a ceremony. Once the ceremony has started, admission will be refused. Students and guests should not leave the hall until the end of the proceedings.

Students and/or guests with disabilities


34.13 Special arrangements will be made for students and guests who are physically disabled. Students are requested to inform Division: Graduations within a reasonable period in advance if special arrangements need to be made.

Dress code and academic attire


34.14 The dress code for graduates is formal/semi-formal attire and participation in a graduation ceremony will be refused to students wearing sport shoes, T-shirts or denim attire.

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34.15 Students must ensure that they have the correct prescribed academic attire. The university reserves the right to refuse to confer a qualification on any student not attired according to the stipulated university protocols. 34.16 A student may not wear the hood of any previous qualification during the graduation ceremony.

Certificates
34.17 Certificates are only issued in English. 34.18 Duplicate certificates, re-issues or copies of certificates will not be issued by the University. Students who have lost their original certificate may request a statement in lieu of the lost certificate from the university.

35 Third-party access to student information


35.1 The university will not provide any information regarding a student except with the written authorisation of the student.

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Registration form codes


Examination centre codes
South Africa Gauteng
Code
3407X 34061 25992 35130 34010 38016 31119 37125 33537

Centre
Alberton Alberton Helllenic Community Centre Alberton: West New Redruth Benoni Brakpan Bronkhorstspruit Carltonville Cullinan Daveyton

Code
35114 83038 33065 31011 41904 34088 35998 36013 27006 3102X

Centre
Germiston Hammanskraal Johannesburg (Ormonde) Krugersdorp (Greek Church) Krugersdorp (PP Church) Nigel Olifantsfontein Pretoria (Hall C) Pretoria Heartfelt Arena Randfontein

Code
33316 33405 33502 34215 32115 32581 32956 30554

Centre
Randburg Roodepoort (only students residing in Roodepoort) Soweto Springs (Hellenic Centre) Vanderbijlpark Vereeniging Westonaria Witpoortjie

South Africa Mpumalanga


Code
39012 38237 46019 40010 46116 39217 46213 40150 39314 46132 38210

Centre
Amersfoort Arabie Balfour Groblersdal Nelspruit Hendrina Piet Rietief Kabokweni Praktisser (Burgersfort) Barberton Ka Nyamazane

Code
38334 40134 40142 38245 41017 40053 38318 41114 87041 40118 39411

Centre
Sabie Bethal Kwa Mhlanga Siyabuswa Carolina Lydenburg Skukuza Delmas Malelane Standerton Elukwatini

Code
43206 41157 38229 40215 46515 43532 39519 41599 38415

Centre
Middelburg Steelpoort Ermelo Mkhuhlu Volkrust Whiteriver Evander Mlumati Witbank

South Africa North West


Code
3701X 17213 83062 44113 74829 43532 44318

Centre
Brits Mafikeng Soshanguve Christiana Mogwase Steelpoort Delareyville

Code
45055 17426 17248 4511X 44717 45012 37214

Centre
Orkney Taung College Fochville Potchefstroom Ventersdorp Klerksdorp Rustenburg

Code
17418 37206 83070 44830 44512 4461X 37133

Centre
Vryburg Lehurutshe Saulspoort Wolmaranstad Lichtenburg Schweizer Reneke Zeerust

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Examination centre codes South Africa Limpopo


Code
41181 43419 60119 4220X 63010 46655 70130 43184 43168

Centre
Acornhoek Bela Bela Bopedi-Bapedi Ga Kgapane Giyani Groothoek Hospital Hoedspruit Jane Furse Hospital Lebowakgomo

Code
42013 43222 43516 43311 4301X 43575 43265 43214 43257

Centre
Letaba (Tivumbeni) Limburg Lephalale (Ellisras) Makhado (Louis Trichardt) Messina (Musina) Modimolle (Nylstroom) Modjadji Mokopane (Potgietersrus) Mookgopong (Naboomspruit)

Code
38377 60232 42072 43117 4315X 43354 37419 70114

Centre
Mpudulle Penge Phalaborwa Polokwane (Pietersburg) Senwabarwana (Bochum) Soekmekaar Thabazimbi Thohoyandou

South Africa Free State


Code
52019 55018 49018 47015 5111X 50016 50113 52116 55050 56413 50415

Centre
Bethlehem Bloemfontein Bothaville Bultfontein Ficksburg Frankfort Heilbron Harrismith Jan Kempdorp Koffiefontein Kroonstad

Code
51314 50512 48011 49115 5030X 50717 57010 50814 53031 13110 55336

Centre
Ladybrand Lindley Odendaalsrus Parys Petrus Steyn Reitz Sasolburg Senekal Springfontein Steynsburg Thaba Nchu

Code
4721X 49212 48119 5223X 48216 54011 55514 58017 54119

Centre
Theunissen Viljoenskroon Virginia Vrede Welkom Wepener Winburg Witsieshoek Zastron

South Africa KwaZulu-Natal


Code
26514 3021X 26239 28207 07331 27138 27707 07536 2628X 2595X 07544

Centre
Balgowan Dundee Durban Chatsworth Durban (DLI Hall) Durban Ethekwini Church Durban (Hellenic Centre) Durban Jewish Club Durban Mount Edgecombe Durban Ntuzuma Hall B Durban Pinetown Durban Pinetown Methodist Church

Code
25801 29238 29017 26212 27413 26034 25119 03116 26417 75833 30414 27316 2595X

Centre
Durban Umlazi Hall W Empangeni Eshowe Estcourt Greytown Illovo Beach Ixopo Kokstad (DR Church) Ladysmith Mkuze Newcastle Pietermaritzburg Pinetown

Code
39438 25216 29211 25313 28010 24015 75116 25410 26719 30449 30813 25518

Centre
Pongola Port Shepstone Richards Bay Richmond Stanger Tongaat Ulundi Umzinto Underberg Utrecht Vryheid Wild Coast Sun

175

Examination centre codes South Africa Eastern Cape


Code
09032 21016 19739 21210 21318 21113 82031 21512 12114 22810 2001X 2161X 82112

Centre
Aberdeen Adelaide Alexandria Aliwal North Barkly East Burgersdorp Butterworth Cathcart Cradock Dordrecht East London Elliot Engcobo

Code
20079 69604 12211 18015 82155 11118 08214 08311 19011 09040 8221X 82171 2211X

Centre
Fort Beaufort Goedemoed Graaff Reinet Grahamstown Idutywa Jansenville Jeffreys Bay Joubertina King Williams Town Kirkwood Lady Frere Lusikisiki Maclear

Code
23035 12513 8233 1821X 09016 20303 22314 13013 11215 20087 09113 11312

Centre
Matatiele Middelberg Mthatha Port Alfred Port Elizabeth Port Elizabeth (Walmer) Queenstown Somerset East Steytlerville Ugie Uitenhage Willowmore

South Africa Northern Cape


Code
7764X 0510X 10219 10111 12017 14117 16217 00957 1611X

Centre
Alexander Bay Brandvlei Carnarvon Calvinia Colesberg De Aar Douglas Garies Hartswater

Code
16314 17078 17159 16411 01031 17116 00132 1513X 00930

Centre
Hopetown Kakamas Kathu Kimberley Kleinsee Kuruman Lime Acres Pofadder Port Nolloth

Code
17310 15210 12912 01015 10618 17019 1415X 10154

Centre
Postmasburg Prieska Richmond Springbok Sutherland Upington Victoria West Williston

South Africa Western Cape


Code
00140 10014 05010 05118 00116 04014 01937 01910 07013 00051 00701 6985X 05312

Centre
Athlone Beaufort West Bredasdorp Caledon Cape Town (Parow) Ceres Citrusdal Clanwilliam George Goodwood N1 City Grassy Park Helderstroom Hermanus

Code
07110 15016 06114 10413 03115 00108 02208 0801X 06211 04219 03212 01740 10510

Centre
Knysna Kraaifontein Ladismith Laingsburg Malmesbury (Bowling Club) Milnerton Moorreesburg Mossel Bay Oudtshoorn Paarl Piketberg Porterville Prince Albert

Code
0541X 04316 59005 02658 05517 04952 08419 0331X 02119 0491X

Centre
Riversdale Robertson Stellenbosch Strand/Somerset West Swellendam Touwsriver Uniondale Vredenburg Vredendal Worcester

176

Prisons and detention barracks IMPORTANT


Centres at prisons and detention barracks are ONLY for prisoners, and NOT for the staff of the prison or for other students.
Code 04006 43397 4007X 3603X 46124 34053 04979 05525 82406 14125 36102 16373 04235 26050 26069 43028 20028 42978 30430 3925X 2905X 43036 23507 85022 42943 30252 2127X 09121 18031 Centre Allandale (Paarl) Atteridgeville Barberton Baviaanspoort Bethal Boksburg Brandvlei Maximum Buffeljags Prison Butterworth De Aar Devon Douglas Drakenstein (Medium B) Durban (Male) Durban (Female) Dwarsrivier East London (Medium C) Ebongweni C-Max (Kokstad) Ekuseni (Youth Development Centre) Ermelo Eshowe Estcourt Fort Beaufort Gaborone George Glencoe Goedemoed Goodwood Grahamstown Code 32131 77224 55034 52124 84301 77828 46329 05150 05142 33022 33030 33049 33154 1642X 19038 45039 23000 50474 31062 16993 42935 26441 3214X 33111 3312X 33138 33146 44520 37079 Centre Groenpunt (Vereeniging) Grootfontein Grootvlei Harrismith Harare Hardap (Mariental, Namibia) Heidelberg Helderstroom Helderstroom Maximum Johannesburg (Project 2) (Female) Johannesburg (Project 3) (Diepkloof) Johannesburg (Medium A) Johannesburg (Medium B) Kimberley King Williams Town Klerksdorp Kokstad (Medium) Kroonstad Krugersdorp Kuruman Kutama-Sinthumule Max (Lephalale) Ladysmith (KwaZulu-Natal) Leeuhof (Vereeniging) Leeuwkop (Medium A) Leeuwkop (Medium B) Leeuwkop (Medium C) Leeuwkop Maximum Lichtenburg Losperfontein (Brits)

177

Examination centre codes


Code 4332X 42951 22527 03158 55026 43109 20001 71625 12556 38296 83097 02607 17256 27324 00310 43125 45136 34037 42986 82244 82260 3083X 40126 34150 43060 42994 Centre Louis Trichardt Lusikisiki Mafikeng Malmesbury (New Prison) Mangaung Maximum Mauritius Mdantsane Middledrift Middelburg (Eastern Cape) Middelburg (Mpumalanga) Odi/Mabopane Oudtshoorn Parys Pietermaritzburg Pollsmoor Maximum Polokwane Potchefstroom Modderbee Mogwase Mount Fletcher Mount Frere Ncome Nelspruit Nigel Obiqua Prison, Tulbach Port Elizabeth (Female) Code 36072 36048 36056 60097 89605 43079 1723X 37400 5710X 43303 5092X 2760X 09024 46523 78743 70122 82376 25402 17035 01023 29009 04855 78735 38423 04995 38156 Centre Pretoria Local Pretoria Maximum Pretoria Central Pretoria (Female) Prince Albert Qalakabusha (Empangeni) Rooigrond Rustenburg Sasolburg Sekhukhuni Senekal Sevontein St Albans Maximum Standerton Swakopmund Thohoyandou Mthatha Umzinto Upington (Male) Voorberg Waterval-Utrecht Wellington Windhoek Central Witbank Worcester Zonderwater B

178

Other countries in Africa


Code Centre
Algeria 99740 Algiers Angola 8400X Luanda Botswana 88706 00906 85014 85049 85030 99724 Dukwi Refugee Camp, Sowa Town Francistown Gaborone Jwaneng Lobatse Maun Burundi 99104 Bujumbura Cameroon 91758 Yaounde Congo (DRC) 90905 Kinshasa Egypt 91103 Cairo Ethiopia 87106 Addis Ababa Equatorial Guinea 89486 Malabo Gabon 9112X Libreville Ghana 85111 Accra Kenya 90921 Nairobi (Kenya College of Accountancy) 77119 77313 79219 77518 8929X 77615 7781X 77917 77658 79014 78115 78212 77674 79111 79359 90603 9997X 99309 90026 8803X 86010

Code
89311 85189

Centre
Nairobi (Inoorero University) Egerton University Lesotho Maseru Malawi Blantyre Lilongwe Mali Bamako Mozambique Maputo Marocco Rabat Namibia Gobabis Karasburg Katima-Mulilo Keetmanshoop Khorixas Luderitz Mariental Okahandja Oranjemund Oshakati/Ongwediva Otjiwarongo Outjo Rosh Pinah Rundu Swakopmund

Code
78514 78433 78719

Centre
Tsumeb Walvis Bay Windhoek Nigeria

85138

Lagos Rwanda

98825

Kigali Senegal

8512X

Dakar Sierra Leone

99538

Freetown Sudan

89419

Khartoum Swaziland

8705X 87092

Matsapha Big Bend Tanzania

91235

Dar es Salaam Uganda

91480

Kampala Zambia

88986 8896X 88951

Kitwe Livingstone Lusaka Zimbabwe

84298 84018

Harare Bulawayo

179

Examination centre codes Countries outside of Africa


Code Centre
Mauritius 90654 91162 Reduit Rodrigues Island Mexico 90069 Mexico City Netherlands 90190 The Hague New Zealand 90867 90875 90859 91804 Auckland Dunedin Wellington Christchurch Norway 9014X Oslo Oman 9918X Muscat Pakistan 90344 Islamabad Peru 92029 Lima Philippines 92290 Manila Poland 9093X Warsaw Portugal 90379 Lisbon Qatar 98698 Doha Russian Federation 99880 Moscow 92444 93149 90395 99856 98760 99864 89435 91499 91022 90212 90719 90719 90417 90085 99457 99953 99996

Code

Centre
Saudi Arabia Jeddah Riyadh Seychelles Mahe Singapore Singapore Spain Madrid Sweden Stockholm Sweden Stockholm Switzerland Geneva Thailand Bangkok Turkey Ankara Istanbul Ukraine Kiev United Arab Emirates Abu Dhabi Dubai United Kingdom London USA Anchorage, Alaska Atlanta, Georgia

Code
92452 92525 90174 94552 93211 93378 92606 92509 92657 93386 92622 92460 90972 92517 92614 90530 92592 92533 9269X 92576 92495 9336X 9255X 90832

Centre
Beaverton, Oregon Bentonville Arkansas Chicago Daly City, San Francisco Delaware, Newark Denver City, Colorado, Colosado Emporia, Kansas Fresno, California Greenville, Ohio Idano, Boise Jackson, Mississippi Lawton, Oklahoma Los Angeles Menomonie, Wisconsin Tennessee, Knoxville New York Norfolk, Virginia Orlando, Florida Piscataway, New Jersey Salt Lake City, Utah San Diego, California St Louis, Missouri Victoria, Texas Washington DC Venezuela

98930

Caracas Vietnam

89427

Hanoi

180

Other registration form codes


Physical disability type codes
Code 15 09 08 06 19 22 07 12 05 16 18 21 Disability Cardiovascular diseases, such as heart diseases and blood pressure Cerebral palsied Communication and speech problems, such as stuttering Deaf Diabetes Disabilities not mentioned Dyslexia and other similar learning disabilities Epilepsy Hearing disability: study material on audio cassette should be transcribed Kidney and blood deficiencies Mental health problems/mental disorders/phobias/ chemical imbalances Multiple disabilities 04 23 03 Code 13 14 10 11 20 17 02 Disability Muscular/skeletal/joint/limb deficiencies/diseases, such as polio and muscular dystrophy Other neurological diseases, such as multiple sclerosis Paraplegic Quadriplegic Serious chronic diseases Stroke/brain disorders Visually impaired: blind Visually impaired: not blind. Find it difficult to read printed text. Cannot study through reading. Need help, such as audio cassettes, enlarged print, computer discs for computers with voice synthesizers Visually impaired: not blind. Can study through reading. Do not need study material on audio cassette Wheelchair

Economic sector
Code 01007 08001 0300X 11215 11223 11231 10006 07005 1110X 04006 Economic sector Agriculture, hunting, forestry and fishing Business and repair services Construction Education: primary or pre-primary Education: secondary Education: tertiary Entertainment and recreational services Financial intermediation, insurance, real estate and business services Hospital and health services Manufacturing Code 02003 09008 11401 11509 05002 11304 06009 11606 Economic sector Mining and quarrying Community, social and personal services Professional and related services NOT listed elsewhere Public administration: public service, provincial administration, city councils, municipalities, etc Transport, storage and communication Welfare and non-profit membership organizations Wholesale and retail trade NOT APPLICABLE (any sector not mentioned above, eg housewives, pensioners, unemployed, etc)

181

Home language
Code
A B E F D GR HE IT NB ND NS PO

Home language
Afrikaans Afrikaans/English English French German Greek Hebrew Italian isNdebele (Ndebele) Ndonga seSotho sa Lebowa (Northern Sotho) Portuguese

Code
SH SS SP SW TS TW VE XH ZU OA OF

Home language
Shona seSotho (Southern Sotho) Spanish Swati Xitsonga (Tsonga/Shangaan) Setswana (Tswana) Tshivenda (Venda) isiXhosa (Xhosa) isiZulu (Zulu) Other African languages Other foreign languages

Population groups
Code 300X 2003 9008 Population group African Coloured Other/Foreign National Code 4006 1007 Population group Indian White/Chinese

Occupation
Code 01015 1334X 12424 16128 01023 1821X 17221 17124 17116 15156 13331 18325 18139 15318 Occupation Accountant/auditor Admin/spec secretaries Administration professional Animal producers Architect/quantity surveyor Assemblers Blacksmiths/toolmakers Building finishers Building frame trade work Building/housekeeping superv Business services agents Car/Van/motorcycle driver Chemical/photographic operator Child care workers/teacher aid Code 11045 04006 14222 10111 01031 15121 05002 12653 12521 19119 17418 17426 12157 0104X Occupation Citizen force member Clerical or related worker Client information workers Commissioned officer Computer specialist Cook Craftsman or related worker Creative/performing artist Database/network Domestic/hotel/office cleaner Electrical equipment installer/ repairer Electronics/telecoms installer Electrotechnology engineer Engineer 10006 01058 09008 12416 13315 11029 16225 19410 17515 Code 01228 Occupation Engineering/science technician Farm labourer/farm foreman Farm management advisor Farmer/farm manager Finance professionals Financial Fireman Fishery workers/hunters/trap Food preparation assistants Food related trade

182

Occupation
Code 18163 01066 13021 13013 17531 15148 17310 01163 18333 01074 1141X 12009 1351X 11339 01082 14133 3021X 08001 19399 01201 11118 01090 13145 12130 02003 11320 19321 1611X Occupation Food/related machine operator Forestor/conservationist Full-time student (elsewhere) Full-time student at Unisa Garment/related trades work Hairdressers/beauticians Handicraft workers Health technologist Heavy truck and bus drivers Home management advisor Hotel, restaurant manager Housewife ICT operator/User support technician ICT service manager Jurist Keyboard operator Labour-disabled people Labourer (except farm) Labourer/mining/construction Lecturer/professor Legislator/senior official Librarian/archivist Life science technician Life sciences professional Manager/administrator Manufacturing/mining/ construction manager Manufacturing labourer Market gardeners/crop grower Code 15245 11436 1818X 12351 17132 12246 11053 15326 01139 11037 12343 17329 11010 13137 11347 1107X 19615 13358 01171 01260 11428 16004 18147 13323 0300X 12432 0121X 1432X Occupation Other sales workers Other service manager Other stationary plant operator Other teaching professional Paint/building structure cleaner Paramedical practitioners Permanent force member Personal care health service Personnel officer Police officer/detective Primary school teacher Printing trades workers Prison service worker Process control technicians Professional service manager Protection service (other) Refuse workers Regulatory government Religious worker Research worker not classified Retail/wholesale trade manager Retired Rubber/plastic/paper operator Sales and purchasing agents Sales worker Sales/marketing/PR Secondary education teacher Material-recording/transport 12262 15164 Code 01104 01147 13218 18120 19313 13129 18112 16136 18341 11061 10219 30414 14311 01155 13226 14001 17000 07005 06009 01120 10316 14419 1754X 13250 Occupation Mathematician Medical doctor/dentist Medical/pharmaceutical technician Metal proc/finishing operator Mining/construction labourer Mining/constructrction supervisor Mining/mineral plant operator Mixed crop/animal producer Mobile plant operators National service trainee Non-commissioned officers Not economically active Numerical clerks Nurses/dieticians Nursing/midwifery assistant professional Occupation not classified Occupation unknown Operative (transport) Operator (except transport) Ops research/systems analyst Other armed forces occupations Other clerical support work Other craft and related work Other health associate professional Other health professional Other personal services work

183

Occupation
Code 14125 11088 17213 1835X 15229 0118X 01198 13420 15237 19526 19518 16349 16314 16322 16330 01279 01236 Occupation Secretary (general) Service worker (other) Sheet/structural metal worker Ships' deck crews/related Shop salesperson Social scientist Social/recreation worker Sports and fitness worker Store/market sales person Street vendor (excluding food) Street/related service worker Subs fishers/hunters/trapper Subsistence crop farmers Subsistence livestock farmer Subsistence mixed crop farmer Technical worker (other) Technician (other) Code 13528 14214 18155 12238 13234 1933X 15113 15008 19127 12254 13242 01244 12327 1513X 18171 17523 01252 Occupation Telecoms/broadcasting technician Teller/related clerk Textile/furniture/leather machine operator Traditional/complementary medicine Traditional medical professional Transport and storage labour Travel attendant/conductor/guide Unemployed Vehicle/window/laundry cleaner Veterinarian Veterinary technician/asstistant. Vocational counsellor Vocational education teacher Waiter/bartender Wood/paper plant operator Wood treater/cabinet maker Writer/artist/musician

Previous year activity


Code Previous year ctivity Code Previous year activity

08 03 98 05 04

Enrolled in a foreign post secondary institution Higher Education College student Other activity Secondary school student Technical College student

02 07 01 99 06

Technikon student Unemployed University student Unknown activity Working in labour force

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Nationality
Code 1007 1015 1112 1120 1139 1147 1155 1163 1171 1198 1201 1228 1236 1244 1252 1260 1279 1287 1295 1317 1341 1384 1392 1406 1414 1422 1430 1449 1457 1465 1473 1481 Country Algeria South Africa Ivory Coast Namibia Botswana Lesotho Swaziland Zambia Zimbabwe Mauritius Mozambique Zaire Tanzania Madagascar Seychelles Reunion Angola Uganda Burundi Comores Congo Liberia Rwanda Benin Burkina Faso Cameroon Cape Verde Central African Republic Chad Djibouti Egypt Equatorial Guinea Ethiopia Sudan Mauritania Morocco Niger Code 2003 2011 2038 2046 2054 2062 2070 2089 2119 2127 2135 2143 2151 2178 2186 2194 2208 2216 2232 2240 2259 2267 2275 2283 2291 2305 2402 2518 2526 2534 2542 1538 1546 1562 1600 1708 1805 1902 Country Cuba Argentina Bolivia Chile Colombia Dominica Dominican Republic Ecuador Anguilla Antigua and Barbuda Aruba Bahamas Barbados Bermuda Cayman Islands Costa Rica USA Canada Guyana El Salvador Greenland Grenada Guadelope Guatemala Haiti French Guiana Honduras Martinique Mexico Montserrat Netherlands Antilles Sierra Leone Tunisia Western Sahara Gambia Ghana Guinea Guinea-Bissau Code 1929 1937 3204 3212 3220 3239 3247 3255 3263 3271 3301 3409 3506 3514 3522 3530 3549 3557 3565 3573 3581 3603 3611 3638 3646 3654 3662 3670 4006 2550 2569 2577 2585 2593 2607 2704 2801 2909 2917 2925 Country Libya Mali Iran Iraq Kazakhstan Jordan Kuwait Kyrgyzstan Lagos Lebanon Maldives Mongolia Nepal Oman Pakistan Philippines Qatar Russia Saudi Arabia Singapore South Korea Syria Tajikistan Turkmenistan United Arab Emirates Uzbekistan Vietnam Yemen Albania Nicaragua Panama Paraguay Peru Puerto Rico Saint Lucia Saint Vincent St Kitts and Nevis Suriname Trinidad and Tobago Code 2933 2941 Country Uruguay Venezuela Code 5053 5061 5088 5096 5118 5126 5134 5142 5150 5169 5177 5185 4243 4251 4286 4294 4340 4359 4405 4448 4456 4502 4529 4537 4545 4553 4561 4588 4596 4707 4804 4901 4995 5193 5207 5215 5223 5231 9997 Fiji Guam Kiribati Marshall Islands Micronesia Nauru New Caledonia Norfolk Island Palau Papua New Guinea Solomon Islands Estonia Faroe Islands Gibraltar Guernsey Vatican City Yugoslavia Hungary Turkey Ukraine Iceland Jersey Latvia Liechtenstein Lithuania Luxemborg Malta Moldova Norway Poland Romania Slovenia Tongo Tuvalu Vanuatu Wallis and Futuna Western Samoa No Information Country Cook Islands

1988v Senegal

202X Brazil

Islands 295X Virgin (British) 2968 3018 3026 3034 3042 3050 3077 3085 3107 3123 3131 3158 3166 3174 3182 4146 4154 4162 4170 4189 4200 4219 4227 4235 4014 4022 4030 4049 4057 4065 4073 4081 4103 4111 4138 5010 Virgin Islands (US) Israel Armenia Azerbaijan Bahrain Georgia India Indonesia Hong Kong Taiwan Japan Bangladesh Brunei Cambodia China Andorra Belarus Bosnia Bulgaria Croatia San Marino Slovakia Czech Republic Denmark Austria Belgium France Greece Ireland Italy Netherlands Portugal Switzerland United Kingdom Cyprus Australia New Zealand

507X French Polynesia

510X Mariana Islands

118X Malawi

328X Macau

121X Kenya

314X Malaysia

216X Belize

426X Finland

359X Sri Lanka

135X Gabon

362X Thailand

457X Macedonia

250X Jamaica

460X Monaco

149X Eritrea 1503 1511 1945 1953 1961

409X Spain

152X Togo

412X Germany

197X Nigeria

Turks and Caicos 5029

185

Unisa forms
ARCSWiD 01 Special assistance form for students with disabilities DSAR02 DSAR03 DSAR04 DSAR05 Addition and cancellation application form Changes of address/examination centre and contact numbers
Application form for exemption of study units Initial professional education and training of teachers at Unisa Declaration form Application form for final-year studentsrequesting registration for 12 modules Application form for re-admission

DSAR06

DSAR07 DSAR08

Application for academic record or credit certificate

186

ARCSWiD 01
Special assistance form for students with disabilities
Please note:
n n n n

This form should only be completed by students with disabilities who require special study assistance. To qualify for special study assistance, students must attach documentary proof of disability. Documentary proof of disability must be in the form of a certificate issued by a registered medical practitioner. Staff responsible for processing the documents will respect the confidentiality of the information provided.

1 Student number 2 Surname 3 Full names 4 Special study assistance

In each of the following sections, please either tick or arrange for a tick to be placed in the appropriate box. Please do not tick more than one box.

4.1 Study material In which format would you prefer your study material (please select only one option)?

Braille MP3 format


4.2 Orientation and mobility

Large print DAISY format

Electronic material on CD Not applicable

Do you require assistance with regard to orientation and mobility?

Yes

No

4.3 Sign Language interpretation If you are a student who is deaf, do you require Sign Language interpretation services during tutorial sessions? 5 Study units for which you are registered Study units Semester Study units Semester

Yes

No

6 Declaration I declare that all the particulars furnished by me on this form are true and correct. Date

Y Y Y Y MM D D

Signature

Please fax completed forms to 012 429 8637/6729

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188

DSAR02
Addition and cancellation application form
Initials & surname Student number Qualification Specialisation

Addition of study units


Study unit S1 Exam period S2 Yr Study unit S1 Exam period S2 Yr

Will your qualification be completed with this registration?

Yes

No

Cancellation of study units


Please take note of exclusion from studies before cancelling any study unit/s.
Study unit Study unit Study unit Study unit

NB: You will forfeit the minimum fee per module Cancellation of qualification Do you want to cancel all the study units registered for this academic year? Yes No

I declare that all the particulars funished by me on this form are true and correct, and I undertake to comply with the rules, regulations and decisions of the University, and any amendments thereto, and have taken note of advice which may be applicable to students in general and/or to the field for which I am registered.

Signature

Date

Y Y Y Y MM D D

For office use only RMC: File Operator code Signature Date

This form can be faxed to 012 429 4150 or posted to the university at PO Box 392, Unisa, 0003

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190

DSAR03
Changes of address/examination centre and contact numbers
Initials & surname Student number Registered qualification

Old postal address

New postal address

Postal code Country

Postal code Country

Old physical address

New physical address

Postal code Country

Postal code Country

Old courier address (Street address only: no P0 Box/Private bag)

New courier address (Street address only: no P0 Box/Private bag)

Postal code

Postal code

Examination centre The my Registration @ Unisa brochure contains a list of examination centres and codes Contact numbers Home Cell Work Fax

Name Code For office use only Name of Unisa office: Operators code: . File: . Completed by (signature): ... Date

Signature

Y Y Y Y MM D D
191

This form can be faxed to 012 429 4150 or posted to the university at PO Box 392, Unisa, 0003

192

DSAR04
Application form for exemption of study units
Unisa student number Surname, initials, title Proposed qualification (eg BCom, BTech) Specialisation field (if applicable) Previous institution(s) Qualification code

Study unit(s) from which exemption must be considered


Unisa study unit code 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 Other institutions name Other institutions study unit code Year passed at other institution

Important information
1 Exemption is not granted for more than half of the maximum number of study units prescribed for a qualification. 2 Students must be aware that in addition to school qualifications and academic records already submitted, it may be required to submit additional supporting documents such as syllabi of courses passed. 3 All applications for exemptions can only be dealt with after the relevant registration period. Exemptions can only be finalised if the necessary admission documentation is issued. 4 Application for credits on Recognition of Prior Learning (experiential learning RPL) must be logged on a separate form which is available from RPL@unisa.ac.za. I hereby declare that I am fully aware that Unisa can amend my registration if necessary, should I not qualify for exemption from the modules requested.

Signature

Date
193

This form can be faxed to 012 429 4150 or posted to the university at PO Box 392, Unisa, 0003

194

DSAR05

Initial professional education and training of teachers at Unisa declaration form


1 Background
1.1 Teaching Practice is a compulsory part of all Initial Professional Education and Training (IPET) programmes at Unisa, namely the Bachelor of Education and the Postgraduate Certificate in Education 1.2 It is required of these qualifications that: 1.2.1 all students, doing practice teaching, are placed in appropriate and varied contexts: 1.2.2 all students are placed in schools are supported by the university, and are visited and guided by the university while doing their practice teaching in schools: and 1.2.3 the university assesses practice teaching in authentic contexts. 2.2 The above-mentioned requirements are accreditation conditions for all IPET programmes at Unisa by the HEQC. 2.3 All new entrants into IPET programmes must fulfil these requirements. 2.4 Unisa is only capable of fulfilling all these requirments within the borders of South Africa. 2.5 A student who wants to enrol for an IPET programme will conduct the teaching practice in South Africa. 2.6 A foreign student must sign the following declaration before he or she may enrol for an IPET programme:

2 Declaration
I, with student number understand the contents of this declaration and agree to do Teaching Practice in a school determined by Unisa within South Africa. I will be responsible for my own expenses during that period.

I declare that my registration for is based on my acceptance of doing Teaching Practice in South Africa.

Signed at on this day of 20

Signature

Date

This form can be faxed to 012 429 4150 or posted to the university at PO Box 392, Unisa, 0003

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196

DSAR06
Application form for final-year students requesting registration for 12 modules
Student number Qualification Qualification code and specialisation (if applicable) Indicate the number of modules that you have already passed Indicate the average percentage of all previous modules registered (average must be 55% to be considered for extra 2 modules to be considered)

Module code
Additional 2 modules for which you wish to register

Semester period

Language (E or A)

1 2

Signature

Date

Y Y Y Y MM D D

FOR OFFICE USE ONLY


1 The student academic record is attached (Y/N)? 2 The application complies with the conditions prescribed by the Senate decision (Y/N)?

Yes Yes

No No

Approved

Not approved

Unisa Deputy Registrar (or delegated authority)

This form can be faxed to 012 429 4150 or posted to the university at PO Box 392, Unisa, 0003

197

198

DSAR07
Application form for re-admission
Name of student Student number Qualification completed for re-admission purposes NQF level Date completed Qualification for which you wish to register at Unisa Qualification code for this programme NQF credits

Signature

Date

Y Y Y Y MM D D

For office use only


Date when student was phased out Student number

Certificate completed Proof of completion

Documents submitted in support Academic record of application to be readmitted Processed by Approved Comments to be recorded on student system Not approved

Date Date

Unisa Deputy Registrar (or delegated authority)


This form can be faxed to 012 429 4150 or posted to the university at PO Box 392, Unisa, 0003

199

200

DSAR08
Application for academic record or credit certificate Please tick the required request
Academic Record request - Full record of studies Credit Certificate request - Statement of courses passed

Please note: A certificate of conduct may only be printed after the official release of exam results at the end of the academic year. No 3rd party requests.

1 Unisa student number 2 Initials & surname 3 SA ID number 4 Passport number (foreign student) 5 Language of printout 6 Qualification required 9 *Credits only

Eng Yes Yes Yes No No No

Afri
OR

all formal studies at Unisa

*Only in the case of a credit certificate 10 NQF Level 11 NQF Credits 12 Must the request be

Faxed Posted

Fax number

Signature

Date

This form can be faxed to 012 429 4150 or posted to the university at PO Box 392, Unisa, 0003

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202