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2 Dear student This tutorial letter contains feedback or comments on Assignment 01 of the second semester. __________________________________________________________________________ FEEDBACK ON ASSIGNMENT 01 (UNIQUE NUMBER: 592889)__________________________________________________________________________ Part A Question 1 (a) Students must show their understanding of the concept of law and its functions in the society. It requires you to explain its importance in everyday lives of the people. Law is regarded as sine qua non for human interaction in a society because it is the only enforceable body of rules recognised by the state, which are meant to regulate everyday actions of the members of the community. Therefore, as a body of rules, it helps human beings to form societies so that it can control the way in which they interact with one another. It is through this system of rules that order is created and kept in the society and people have a reliable sense of what is right or wrong, and what is punishable. Law has become such an integral part of our lives that every human interaction is governed by certain branch of the rules of law. A state without law is unimaginable. It would be a state without peace and order where fundamental rights of the people are always infringed upon by other members of the society. The institutions cannot function/operate effectively. Here there is no single correct example. Read Activity 2 of your study guide again (on pages 10 of your study guide/Tutorial letter 501/3/2015). (b) Here there is no wrong or right answer to this question since students would consider different newspaper texts. It requires you to look for newspaper texts that involve a dispute between parties (could be the state, individuals, institutions, organisations etc.) and identify and list various parties to the dispute and state which area(s) of law apply/ applies to the dispute. However, students are expected to start by indicating whether the issue in the newspaper text concerns criminal or civil law. Thereafter identify which particular aspect of crime or delict it is. Lastly, indicate whether there is any role that a lawyer can play or not. Read Activity 1.3 of your study guide again (on pages 14 of your study guide/Tutorial letter 501/3/2015). Question 2 Here students are required to discuss the given excerpt within the framework of SCL1501 module. There is no single correct answer to this question. The above passage emanates from the fact that human beings are naturally group oriented, they always learn from other fellow human beings. The passage encourages team work approach. It encourages students to establish study groups in order to study effectively. It is an

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This brochure is for all students with a Unisa student number who wish to register for a formal qualification through Unisa in 2011.

A summary of the Unisa registration process

Unisa offers three easy ways to register:

1 2 3 Online In person at a self-help computer terminal at certain of Unisa's offices Via the post, fax or by submitting your registration form at a branch of the South African Post Office (SAPO)

Registration dates

Type of registration Semester 1/2011 & CTA: internet & self-help registration Semester 1/2011 & CTA: post, fax & South African Post Office Saturdays (until 11:25) Year modules, semester 2/2011 and honours degrees: internet, self-help, post, fax & South African Post Office Saturdays (until 11:25) Semester 2/2011 Saturdays (until 11:25) Registration opens 29 November 2010 29 November 2010 8 January 2011 15 January 2011 29 November 2010 17 March 2011 Closing date 21 January 2011 14 January 2011

12 March 2011 20 June 2011 9 July 2011 15 July 2011

Unisa's registration offices are open from Monday to Friday, from 08:00 to 15:45. The university is not open on public holidays. Unisa offices will close at 12:00 on 24 December 2010 and will re-open on 3 January 2011.

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Welcome to Unisa

Dear Prospective Student I am delighted that you are considering Unisa as your university of choice for 2011. Unisa is an internationally accredited open distance learning institution, which means that you, the student, become the focus of all we do. We give you the choice over what, when and where you learn, how you learn and at what pace you learn. If you have just finished school or have been attending at a contact/ conventional university, you will very likely be used to face-to-face contact with your teachers and fellow students. Studying at Unisa, however, works a little differently and you will be required to do much of your studying on your own. You will receive most of your study material in the form of study guides and tutorial letters, which you will have to work through independently, but you will be able to contact your lecturers and tutors if you need to. Approximately 300 000 students register to study through Unisa each year and I sincerely hope that you will become part of the Unisa student body in 2011, so that one day you too can count yourself among the numbers of esteemed Unisa alumni. Kind regards Prof MS Makhanya Pro-Vice-Chancellor University of South Africa September 2010

The infomation contained in this brochure was accurate at the time of publication (22 September 2010). For updates, please go to the Unisa website http://www.unisa.ac.za 3

Step-by-step registration process

Unisa's registration process consists of six simple steps. The registration process is for all re-registering students and successful applicants who have optained a student number and wish to register for a formal qualification through Unisa in 2011. What happens next?

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How do I register? You can register online, in person at one of our offices, or by post or fax.

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When and where can I register? Registration opens in December 2010 and you can register at any of our offices or online.

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Do I know what I am registering for? Check that Unisa offers your qualification of choice and the modules you will select.

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Where do I start my registration and do I qualify? Check that you qualify to study through Unisa for your qualification of choice.

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What does it mean to be an ODL student? Read through this section of the brochure to get a better understanding of how ODL works, what it means to be an ODL student and where you are in Unisa's ODL walk.

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1 What does it mean to be an ODL student? 2 Where do I start my registration and do I qualify? 3 Do I know what I am registering for? 4 When and where can I register? 5 How do I register? For online registrations, go to page 14. For registrations in person at a self-help computer terminal, go to page 15. For registrations via post, fax or the South African Post Office, go to page 15. 6 What happens next?

CONTACT DETAILS

Telephone 086 167 0411 Int: +27 11 670 9000

Go to page 12 of this brochure for Unisa's registration dates and registration centres.

Website www.unisa.ac.za E-mail [email protected]

Have you checked the following? n Qualification of choice: page 25 n my Modules @ Unisa & my Rules @ Unisa n Unisa's student fees: page 114 n Unisa's exam venues: page 133 n Unisa's provisional exam timetable: page 142

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WHAT DOCUMENTS MUST I SUBMIT?

· Registration form

I'm re-registering for the same qualification. Go to page 8 of this brochure I'm starting a new qualification. Work through this brochure carefully to ensure that you understand how Unisa works, that you are ready to study through Unisa and that you meet the admission requirements for your qualification of choice.

· Minimum registration fee · Bring your my Registration @ Unisa brochure and my Modules @ Unisa brochure if registering at a self help centre · Any supporting document which may be requested

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What does it mean to be an ODL student?

Unisa is an open distance learning (ODL) institution. But what does this mean for you? If you have finished school or have been attending a contact university, you will most likely be used to face-to-face contact with your teachers and fellow students in a classroom setting. Distance learning is very different. As a Unisa student, you will be required to study independently, that is, on your own. You will receive study material in the form of study guides and tutorial letters for each of your modules, and you will be able to contact your lecturers and tutors, but for the most part, you will work on your own. So what exactly is open distance learning? In a nutshell, you, the student, become the focus of all we do. To simplify the concept of ODL, Unisa has developed an ODL student walk to help you understand the process. This walk comprises five levels. And for each level, we have compiled a set of products (brochure, CD/DVD, FAQs & website), which contains essential information about the level. This brochure, my Registration @ Unisa, deals with level 3 of the ODL student walk.

Level 1

You will learn more about Unisa and how Unisa works. Unisa is an open distance learning (ODL) university. Through ODL, you have the choice over what, when and where you learn, how you learn and at what pace you learn. However, you must be sure that you are prepared to study independantly and that Unisa is the right university for you.

Level 2

This is the applications level. As a prospective student, you must apply to register at Unisa. You may not register to study through Unisa if you have not submitted an application form and received confirmation from Unisa that your application was successful.

Level 3

This is the registration level. If Unisa approved your application to study in level 2, you will now be able to register for your approved qualification. You may now register at one of our campuses or regional centres, or via the internet or mail. All the information you need to register will be provided in this brochure. Work through this brochure carefully to ensure that your registration to study through Unisa in 2011 is processed timeously.

Level 4

We will give you the information you need to be a successful Unisa student. This is a very important phase, as it provides you with an orientation to studying through Unisa, and is where teaching and learning is initiated. You will receive your study material and will have to plan your activities, study independently and submit assignments to demonstrate your competencies. At the end of the semester (or year in some cases), you will need to write examinations at an exam centre close to you. Much of the information about Unisa's services and procedures is found in the brochure/DVD entitled my Studies @ Unisa.

This is the level for Unisa alumni, that is, Unisa graduates. By this level of the ODL student walk, you will be a Unisa alumnus. The university would like to communicate with all alumni on a regular basis, so we urge you to maintain contact with us.

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Where do I start my registration and do I qualify?

To help you complete the registration process efficiently, we'd like you to choose which of the following statements best suits you:

I am re-registering for the same qualification. What should I do?

If this statement describes you, go to the section 3 of this brochure (page 10).

I am starting a new qualification. What should I do?

If this statement describes you, please work through the rest of this brochure carefully.

Do I qualify to study for my new qualification?

Unisa is a South African public university, which means that all Unisa students must meet certain statutory admission requirements. Although admission requirements may differ from qualification to qualification, there are certain basic and minimum admission requirements that you must meet before you will be allowed to study through Unisa. Bachelor's degree To be able to register for a bachelor's degree, you must hold one of the following certificates:

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National Senior Certificate with entry level: degree A Senior Certificate with matriculation or university admission endorsement (exemption) A certificate of full or conditional exemption issued by the Matriculation Board of Higher Education South Africa (HESA) A National Certificate (vocational) at level 4 with entry level: degree

If you do not have an exemption certificate, please make contact with Unisa's Access and Matriculation Exemption Office about whether you qualify for any other types of exemption certificates (eg on the grounds of foreign qualifications or post-school qualifications). Bachelor of Technology degree To be able to register for a Bachelor of Technology degree, you must hold an applicable National Diploma. National diplomas To be able to register for a diploma, you must hold one of the following:

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Hold a National Senior Certificate with entry level: diploma/degree Hold a Senior or School Leaving Certificate with or without a matriculation exemption/ endorsement, but with at least five subjects or higher and/or standard grade Qualify for a certificate of full or conditional exemption issued by the Matriculation Board of Higher Education South Africa (HESA) Hold a Standard 8 or Grade 10 certificate, be 23 years and older, and have 3 years work experience Hold a National Certificate (vocational) at level 4 with entry level: diploma

Non-degree purposes (NDP) To be able to register for any module for non-degree purposes, you must hold one of the following:

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Honours degrees Please refer to the course information provided in this brochure for the admission requirements for honours degrees.

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Do I know what I am registering for?

Unisa is an open distance learning (ODL) university, which means that you can study at home or even pursue your career while studying. Through ODL, we give you the choice over what, when and where you learn, how you learn and at what pace you learn. You must, however, be sure that you are prepared to study independently at a distance. This is why it is so important for you to find out before you register if Unisa is the right university for you.

Does Unisa offer my qualification of choice?

Go to page 25 of this brochure to make sure that Unisa offers your qualification of choice. Refer to Unisa's brochure entitled my Modules @ Unisa for specific information about the modules related to your qualification of choice. Please ensure that you meet the admission requirements for your qualification of choice before completing and submitting your registration form.

Are you aware of Unisa's rules?

Read Unisa's brochure entitled my Rules @ Unisa for the rules for students studying through the university.

Have you made arrangements to finance your studies and pay for your prescribed books?

You will have to pay a minimum fee before you will be allowed to register to study through Unisa in 2011 and all outstanding amounts must be paid by the prescribed due dates. Go to page 114 of this brochure for the prescribed student fees for 2011. Please remember that in addition to your prescribed student fees, you will also have to buy your prescribed books for each module. Students often calculate and budget for their study fees, but forget that they have to buy prescribed books, which may add substantially to the cost of your studies. If you are unsure about what your prescribed books might cost you, we suggest that you contact Unisa before you register (012) 429 4152; [email protected]) to request an advance list of your prescribed books. Unisa's official booksellers can be contacted for quotations. For a list of Unisa's official booksellers go to page 140.

Is there an examination venue near you?

Have you checked that there is a Unisa exam venue close to where you live? Go to page 133 of this brochure and make sure that you will not have to travel long distances to get to an exam venue. Travelling long distances to an exam venue can be both demanding on you and expensive.

Have you checked Unisa's provisional exam timetable for 2011?

Unisa publishes a provisional examination timetable for each academic year. Go to page 142 of this brochure and use this provisional examination timetable for 2011 to check that there are no clashes for your courses. Please note that this is a provisional examination timetable and may change at the university's discretion.

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So are you ready to register to study through Unisa in 2011?

If you are still unsure or require further career assistance, please contact Unisa's Directorate for Counselling, Career & Academic Development as follows: website www.unisa.ac.za/counselling e-mail [email protected]

GAUTENG

Pretoria (Sunnyside) Johannesburg (Newtown) Florida Ekurhuleni (Benoni) 012 441 5388 011 630 4536 011 630 4529 011 471 2093 011 421 6514 ext 212/213 Es'kia Mphahlele Registration Hall, floor 1, Block A, corner of Mears & Walker streets JSE Annexe Building, 1 Kerk Street, Newtown Corner of Christiaan de Wet Road & Pioneer Avenue Corner R51 and Brazil Street, Daveyton

NORTH-EASTERN

Polokwane Middelburg Nelspruit 015 290 3454 013 282 4115 013 755 2476 29A Landdros Maré Street Town Square Building, corner of Church & Bhimy Damane streets 31 Brown Street

KWAZULU-NATAL

Durban Pietermaritzburg 031 335 1737 033 355 1737 230 Stalwart Simelane Street (previously Stanger Street) 1 Langalibalele Street (previously Longmarket Street)

CAPE COASTAL

Parow East London Mthatha 021 936 4130 043 743 9246 15 Jean Simonis Street 10 St Lukes Road, Southernwood

047 531 5002/3 Corner of York Road & Victoria Street

MIDLANDS

Rustenburg Cluster (Rustenburg, Potchefstroom & Mafikeng) Bloemfontein Cluster

(Bloemfontein, Kroonstad & Kimberley)

014 594 8819/ 8873/8845 051 411 0456/ 0466

Forum Building, 1st floor, corner of Oliver Tambo & Steen streets NRE Building, 2nd floor, 161 Zastron Street, Westdene

ETHIOPIA

Addis Ababa (+251) 11 435 2091 Akaki Regional Learning Centre, Addis Ababa

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The following table contains the registration dates for the 2011 academic year. If you would like to study through Unisa in 2011, please ensure that your registration form, supporting documentation and minimum fee reaches the university before the closing date for registration.

Type of registration Semester 1/2011 & CTA: internet & self-help registration Semester 1/2011 & CTA: post, fax & South African Post Office Saturdays (until 11:25) Year modules, semester 2/2011 and honours degrees: internet, self-help, post, fax & South African Post Office Saturdays (until 11:25) Semester 2/2011 Saturdays (until 11:25)

Registration opens 29 November 2010 29 November 2010 8 January 2011 15 January 2011 29 November 2010

Closing date 21 January 2011 14 January 2011

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12 March 2011 20 June 2011 9 July 2011 15 July 2011

Unisa's registration offices are open from Monday to Friday, from 08:00 to 15:45. The university is not open on public holidays. Unisa offices will close at 12:00 on 24 December 2010 and will re-open on 3 January 2011.

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Self-help registration

Submit registration forms for postal registration

Gauteng

Sunnyside Florida JSE Ekurhuleni Vaal Triangle

Corner of Mears and Walker streets, Sunnyside Corner of Christiaan de Wet Road & Pioneer Avenue, Florida, 1709 JSE Annexe Building, 1 Kerk Street, Newtown, Johannesburg, 2001 Corner R51 and Brazil Street, Daveyton Sedibeng College for FET, 6 Frikkie Meyer Boulevard, Vanderbijlpark, 1600 (From 1 November 2010) The Hanger Building, 1ST Floor, Voortrekker Road Vereeniging

Cape Coastal

Parow George Port Elizabeth East London Mthatha

15 Jean Simonis Street, Parow, 7500 129 Mitchell Street, George, 6530 Greyville House, corner of Cape, Greyville & Ring roads, Green Acres, Port Elizabeth 10 St Lukes Road, Southernwood, East London, 5201 Corner of York Road & Victoria Street

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 Unit 5,111 Dollar Drive, Richards Bay, 3900 Wild Coast Main Road, Mzamba Beach, Bizana, 4800

Midlands

Rustenburg Bloemfontein Mafikeng Potchefstroom Kimberley Kroonstad

Forum Building, 1st floor, Corner of Steen Street & Oliver Tambo Road, Rustenburg, 0300 NRE Building, 2nd floor, 161 Zastron Street, Westdene, Bloemfontein, 9301 29 Main Street, Corner of Warren and Main streets, Mafikeng, 2745 20 Auret Street, Potchesfstroom, 2531 NIHE Building, Chapel Street, Kimberley, 8300 NFS Building, 36 Brand Street,1st floor, Kroonstad, 9499

North Eastern

Polokwane Nelspruit Middelburg Makhado Giyani

29A Landdros Maré Street, Polokwane, 0700 31 Brown Street, Nelspruit, 1200 Town Square Building, corner of Walter Sisulu and Bhimy Damane streets, Middleburg, 1055 87 Krogh Street, Standard Bank building, Office 2, Makhado, 0920 First floor, room 11, Absa building, Masingita Complex, Giyani Road, Giyani, 0826

Ethiopia

Addis Ababa

Akaki Regional Learning Centre, Addis Ababa

Credit/ debit card payments

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How do I register?

Unisa offers three easy ways to register:

1 2 3 Online In person at a self-help computer terminal at certain of Unisa's offices Via the post, fax or by submitting your registration form at a branch of the South African Post Office (SAPO)

1 Online registration

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Log on to the internet and go to the Unisa website: www.unisa.ac.za. Click on "Registration at Unisa" and then on "Web registration". Enter your student number in the block provided and follow the links. Check your personal details on the screen and change any details that are incorrect. Enter the module(s) for which you want to register. Ensure that

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Choose your mode of delivery of study material. Pay your fees. Use the fee quotation link http://www2.unisa.ac.za/aol/asp/srrqn01c.asp?system=SOL to obtain a total fee quotation for the cost of the modules that you have selected. Note the minimum fee payment that must be made before Unisa will begin to process your registration. If you are satisfied that you can afford the modules selected, and have a credit card, you can make payment online by clicking on http://registration.unisa.ac.za/info/payment/index.html. If you cannot afford the fees, go back to your choice of modules and delete some of the modules. Then follow the steps outlined above. If you are satisfied with the modules selected, but do not have a credit card, you can make payment at an Absa Bank or at a branch of the South African Post Office and fax the deposit slip to Unisa at 012 429 4150. Complete the process by submitting your registration form.

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2 In person at a self-help computer terminal

STEP 1 STEP 2 STEP 3 Read this brochure and complete your registration form before going to a Unisa office. Take your registration form and this brochure with you when you register. You will be referred to a self-help computer at which you can finalise your registration by following the prompts/instructions on the screen. Unisa staff will be available in the registration halls to assist you. Once you get to a computer, you must do the following: n Type in your student number. n You will be automatically guided to a screen that requires you to verify the correctness of your personal information. If you are satisfied with the details, click "Yes". If you need to make changes, click "No". This will allow you to make changes to your personal information. When you are satisfied with the changes, click "Yes" to submit the information. n Now select the modules for which you want to register. Use the drop-down menu provided for each module. After successfully selecting the modules section and accepting the information on the summary page, "Proceed with temporary registration". n If you have a credit card, you may pay your fees online. Alternatively, make use of one of the other modes of payment indicated in this brochure. If you pay at least the minimum fee at the self-help computer, you may immediately print out a confirmation of your registration. If you have not made the required minimum payment, you will receive a printout indicating the details of the modules you selected and the payment details (minimum fee payable, total fee and payment options). n If your registration has been finalised, please go to the CD hall to receive your free CD of study material. This will help you to begin planning your study activities.

3 Via the post, fax or by submitting your registration form at a branch of the South African Post Office (SAPO)

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Fax your completed registration form to 012 429 4150.

Choose your mode of delivery of study material

Upon Registration, you must select the mode of delivery for your study material that suites you best. Your study material can either be posted to you through the South African Post Office Safemail service, or couriered to you when you register at no additional cost for either option. Should you select the courier option, you must provide Unisa with your cellphone number and a physical address to which your study material package may be delivered between 8:00 and 16:00. Should you select the South African Post Office Safemail option (for which there is also no cost), you will be required to collect the parcel from the post office. Please ensure that your address, suburb and postal code details are correct to avoid any delays. The post office will send you an SMS and letter notification to advise you when the parcel is ready for collection together with the track and trace number that must be presented at the post office for collection. You must collect the package within 30 days at the post office with your identity document, if not, it will be returned to Unisa. The above modes of delivery apply to the first package of study material only. Subsequent information, such as tutorial letters, which you will receive during the course of the year, will be sent to you via the South African Post Office ordinary mail service, even if your initial selection upon Registration was courier. Once you are a registered Unisa student, you may also obtain your study material on CD, free of charge, at certain of Unisa's offices. You may also register on myUnisa, Unisa's student portal, to access your study material online.

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What happens now?

If you submitted your registration form and minimum registration fee by the closing date for registrations, Unisa will process your registration and send you your study material by post or courier depending on the choice you indicated on your registration form. The next information brochure you will receive from Unisa will be the my Studies @ Unisa brochure. This brochure will provide you with an orientation for studing through Unisa and will help you to plan your studies.

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Frequently answered questions

How will Unisa communicate with me?

Unisa provides all registered students with a free e-mail account known as myLife. Unisa will only use this e-mail address to communicate with you via e-mail. If you would prefer to use another e-mail address, please forward your myLife e-mails to that address so that Unisa can keep in touch with you (eg send you confirmation of your registration). Unisa will also send you SMSs when necessary and will use the cellphone number you provided at the point of registration. If you do not want to receive SMSs from Unisa, please contact the Unisa Contact Centre to cancel this service.

What should I do if I need an academic record or credit certificate?

Send an e-mail to [email protected] to request a copy of your academic record or credit certificate. Remember to include your student number in the subject line of all e-mails.

For how many modules may I register in one academic year?

You may not register for more than 60 NQF credits in a semester, that is, not more than 5 modules per semester of 12 credits each. This does not include supplementary and/or aegrotat examinations which you may have been given in a previous academic year. Any modules taken for non-degree/non-diploma purposes also count as part of the 60 credits. Students registering for year modules may not register for more than 120 NQF credits per year.

How many modules must I pass annually to avoid academic exclusion?

Number of semester modules to be passed annually In your first year of study In your second or further years of study 3 4 Number of year modules to be passed annually 2 3

How long do I have to complete my qualification?

Approved qualification duration 2 years 3 years 4 years You must complete the qualification within 5 years 8 years 10 years

Can I transfer from another university to Unisa?

Unisa will consider an application for registration from another university, except if you were excluded/suspended from a prior institution of higher education on grounds of misconduct.

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Can I register with Unisa and another university simultaneously?

Unisa will accept you on condition that the qualification registered at Unisa is registered for non-degree purposes, and that you have written permission from the other university allowing such concurrent registration. You will be required to submit the written permission from the other university at the point of registration.

May I register for two or more formal programmes at Unisa simultaneously?

You may not register for two formal qualifications at Unisa concurrently.

Does Unisa assist students with disabilities?

Unisa's Advocacy and Resource Centre for Students with Disabilities (ARCSWiD) will assist and support students with disabilities. If 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, contained later in this brochure. This will enable ARCSWiD to plan the measures necessary to support your needs. Should you need further information about ARCSWID, please contact:

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What should I do to...?

You may make any of the changes below by logging on to Unisa's student portal, myUnisa (http://my.unisa.ac.za), and following the registration prompts. If you would prefer the university to assist you, please submit your request in writing (using the prescribed forms) either by post (The Registrar, PO Box 392, Unisa, 0003) or by fax (012 429 4150).

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Add study units

You must apply in writing using the prescribed form or online to add study units. You must also pay the necessary fee to the university by the relevant closing date for registration.

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Cancel study units

You may cancel a study unit. You will, however, forfeit the applicable portion of the fees paid (this is related to the date of cancellation).

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Change my address and/or telephone number

You must submit all requests to change telephone numbers and/or postal, physical or courier addresses in writing using the prescribed form or online.

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Change my exam centre

Requests to change examination centres must be done at least one month prior to the commencement of the respective examination period.

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Apply for course credit exemptions

You cannot be exempted from more than 50% of the modules for the qualification for which you are registered. You must also have met the requisite admission requirement at the time of having passed the study units at your previous institution. You cannot receive exemption for both major subjects.

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Will my ordinary conditional exemption affect my registration?

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 necessary to meet the condition of your ordinary conditional exemption.

What is recognition of prior learning (RPL)?

Unisa's RPL programme allows you to apply for recognition and credit for skills and learning acquired through means other than through formal learning programmes. Your skill and knowledge will be evaluated; if it is found to be relevant, you may be granted appropriate credits. RPL may thus make it possible for you to either gain access to or earn credits towards a Unisa qualification based on prior non-formal learning, thereby reducing your study time. If you are interested in RPL, please send an e-mail to [email protected]

Am I affected by work-integrated learning (WIL)?

Specific modules in vocational programmes (qualifications) require students to gain experience in a working environment, under the supervision of a suitably qualified and experienced person. This experience is called work-integrated learning (WIL) or experiential learning. A portfolio of work is compiled by the student and assessed by the university. Students who do not have placement at an employer can contact the relevant academic department which will, in collaboration with the WIL and regional offices of Unisa, endeavour to find the student a suitable employer to gain this experience. The following table contains the modules with a WIL component. College of Agriculture & Environmental Sciences AGT201A AGP301A ANN301A APH2601 APH3701 APH4801 APP2601 APP3701 APP4801 APP201A APP301D GPM1601 GPM201A HTP101H HTP201H NCP101N NCP201N College of Economic & Management Sciences ADP346B BAN361W CREDEXP PMP301P SMN301S SPP201S TPA301T TPM201R College of Human Sciences PREPRAC College of Science, Engineering & Technology CEP101E CEP201E ELP201E EPR101E EPR201E IDP101E IDP201E MCP101E MCP201E MPR101E MPR201E MSP101R MAP242S MSP352T MSP242S PEC201C PEC301C PUP101P PUP201P PUP301P SMR121Q SMR230P SMR351Y

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Course information

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The curriculums in this section have been formatted in such a manner to assist you to select the modules for which you want to

register in 2011. The following details are indicated on the template.

n

Qualification Qualification code Admissions requirements First level Compulsory and elective modules D

A B C Second level Pre/co-requisites E D

NQF level Total NQF credits

F G

Third level

E

D

E

n n n n n n n

A Name of qualification (eg Bsc) B Qualification code (eg 02089) C Specific admission requirements D Compulsory and elective modules on the different levels E Applicable pre-requisites and co-requisites; indicated as Pre or Co respectively

n n

Pre-requisites means that you must have passed that subject and/or subjects before you can take the selected module. Co-requisites means that you must take the module indicated as a co-requisite with the specific module.

F Level on the National Qualifications Framework up to 2009 G Total National Qualifications Framework credits for completion of qualification

n n n n n

Start by marking the modules you have already passed Then select the module(s) for which you plan to register in 2011 Check that you meet the necessary pre-requisites for the modules for which you plan to register; if not, change your selection Check for co-requisites as well; you may need to change or add modules to meet co-requisites As the module codes change from time to time, please check the table of equivalents for modules that you might have passed and had a different code previously

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Registration rules

1 The registration form

1.1 At registration every student must complete a registration form in terms of which s/he binds him- /herself to all the rules of the University. 1.2 The content of the form is the basis of the student's contract with the University. 1.3 It is the student's 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. 1.4 Students who are entitled to continue their studies must submit a new registration form for each new academic year in which they register.

2 Choice of modules per semester/per annum

2.1 Students must select their modules by applying the curriculum in the templates that follow later in this brochure and making use of the my Modules @ Unisa brochure. 2.2 The onus is on the student to refer to the provisional exam timetable included in this brochure to select modules and to ensure that there are no module clashes. No registration will be allowed where there is an exam clash between modules selected. 2.3 In the case of students registering for an Honours qualification that have a research component, such students are strongly advised not to register for the research methodology modules until they have completed at least 3 of the other Honours papers. 2.4 A student's 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. NB: Undergraduate modules usually consist of 12 NQF credits Honours modules usually consist of 24 NQF credits 2.5 Modules registered for non-degree purposes will also be taken into account when calculating the maximum NQF credits for a semester/year of study. 2.6 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. 2.7 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.

3 Pre-requisite modules

3.1 A student may not register for a module for which s/he has not passed the pre-requisite, except if s/he has previously attempted the summative assessment for the pre-requisite and failed the module. In such cases, the student may concurrently register the prescribed pre-requisite module with any/all of the follow-on modules. 3.2 In the case where pre-requisites are not specifically indicated for modules in undergraduate qualifications, students are strongly advised to register for the 1st level modules before registering for the 2nd level modules of a subject and so on. This is in order to ensure appropriate scaffolding of learning. 3.3 Students must also ensure that they meet the admission requirements for the modules, where relevant.

4 Co-requisite modules

4.1 Students must register for prescribed co-requisite modules simultaneously.

5 Concurrent registration

5.1 Students may register concurrently for formal and non formal qualifications at the University, with the consent of the Colleges involved. 5.2 Students may not register for a formal qualification at the University, if concurrently registered for a formal qualification or non-formal program at another University; except that such students may be allowed to register for non degree 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. Note that the permission letter is only valid for one academic year.

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6 Registration for non-degree purposes (NDP)

6.1 Students intending to register for a module ­ even for non-degree purpose ­ must meet the admission requirements for the qualification in which the study unit is offered, eg registration for a study unit at Honours level can only be considered if student meets admission requirment for the Honours qualification concerned. Additionally, student must meet pre and co-requisites for modules to be taken for NDP. 6.2 A student may be allowed to register a maximum of 4 modules for non-degree purposes; whilst registered for a formal undergraduate Diploma or Degree qualification that has a minimum duration of 3 or 4 years. 6.3 A student may be allowed to register a maximum of 2 modules for non-degree purposes; whilst registered for a formal undergraduate Diploma or Degree qualification that has a minimum duration of 1 or 2 years, exclusive of the University Access Programme for which no modules may be taken for NDP whilst registered for the Access Programme. 6.4 A student who is registered for an honours bachelor's degree may, only with the special permission of the Executive Dean of the respective College that offers the Honours qualification, also register in the same academic year for not more than two undergraduate modules for non-degree purposes (NDP). 6.5 A student who is registered for a master's degree may, only with the special permission of the Executive Dean of the respective College that offers the Masters qualification, 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). 6.6 A student who is registered for a doctor's degree may, only with the special permission of the Executive Dean of the respective College that offers the Doctors qualification, also register in the same academic year for two undergraduate modules or for one honours module or one master's module or the corresponding number of modules on the same level for non-degree purposes (NDP).

7 Application for credits and exemptions

7.1 Students applying for credits and exemptions for studies passed at other accredited higher education institutions must do so on the prescribed form and in accordance with the Unisa rules as stated in the Unisa Brochures. 7.2 Specifically, 7.2.1 Applicants must meet the admission requirements for the qualification for which they are applying for credit/s and exemption/s; and 7.2.2 A maximum of 50% of the prescribed NQF credits may be awarded in the form of credits and exemptions. 7.3 A student may not be exempted for more than one major subject toward a qualification for which 2 major subjects are prescribed. 7.4 No exemptions will be granted towards an Honours or Masters qualification from any completed qualification.

8 Cancellation of registration

8.1 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. 8.2 A student may not cancel a module that is a co-requisite unless the module which has the co-requisite is also cancelled.

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Qualif ications

Access Programme National Higher Certificates

HSACC National Higher Certificate: Accountancy 28

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Honours Bachelor Degrees

04006

Postgraduate Diplomas

0300X 0569X Postgraduate Diploma in Marketing Management Postgraduate Diploma in Accounting Sciences 28 29

National Diplomas

NDACC NDOFM National Diploma: Accounting National Diploma: Office Management and Technology DMARK National Diploma: Marketing NDADG National Diploma: Administrative Management (General) 31 NDADM National Diploma: Administrative Management (Financial) NDBNK National Diploma: Banking NDCML National Diploma: Commercial Practice NDCOS National Diploma: Cost And Management Accounting NDCRM National Diploma: Credit Management NDEMA National Diploma: Economic Management Analysis National Diploma: Entrepreneurship NDENT National Diploma: Explosives Management NDEXP National Diploma: Finance And Accounting (Public) NDFAC National Diploma: Human Resource Management NDHRM National Diploma: Internal Auditing NDINT National Diploma: Local Government Finance NDLGF National Diploma: Logistics NDLOG National Diploma: Management Services NDMNG National Diploma: Management NDMNT National Diploma: Operations Management NDOPM National Diploma: Public Management NDPUB NDREE - PMA National Diploma: Real Estate Property Marketing NDREE - PPR National Diploma: Real Estate Property Practice NDREE - PVA National Diploma: Real Estate Property Valuation National Diploma: Safety Management NDSMN National Diploma: Tourism Management NDTRM National Diploma: Taxation NDTXT 29 30 31

33 34 35 36 36 37 38 39 39 40 41 41 42 43 44 45 45 46 47 48 48 49 50

Bachelor Degrees

02011 - ENM 02011 - ENT 02011 - FIM 02011 - GE1 02011 - HRM

Bachelor of Commerce Economics Bachelor of Commerce Entrepreneurship Bachelor of Commerce Financial Management Bachelor of Commerce Bachelor of Commerce Human Resource Management 02011 - IFM Bachelor of Commerce informatics 02011 - INA Bachelor of Commerce internal Auditing 02011 - IOR Bachelor of Commerce industrial and Organisational Psychology 02011 - LAW Bachelor of Commerce Law 02011 - LOG Bachelor of Commerce Logistics 02011 - MAC Bachelor of Commerce Management Accounting 02011 - MAN Bachelor of Commerce Management 02011 - MKT Bachelor of Commerce Marketing Management 02011 - QMA Bachelor of Commerce Quantitative Management 02011 - RET Bachelor of Commerce Retail Management 02011 - RIS Bachelor of Commerce Risk Management 02011 - SSP Bachelor of Commerce Strategic Supply Management 02011 - TRA Bachelor of Commerce Transport Economics 02011 - TRM Bachelor of Commerce Tourism Management 02240 - NO4 Bachelor of Banking (New Curriculum) 02003 - N06 Bachelor of Administration New Curriculum as from 2006 0202X - NEW Bachelor of Accounting Science 02216 - GEN Bachelor of Business Administration General

51 52 54 56 58 58 60 61 62 64 65 66 68 70 71 72 74 76 77 78 80 82 83

Honours Bachelor of Administration in Industrial and Organisational Psychology 85 04014 Honours Bachelor of Administration in Economics 85 04065 Honours Bachelor of Commerce in Industrial and Organisational Psychology 86 04073 Honours Bachelor of Commerce in Economics 86 04081 - IAU Honours Bachelor of Commerce in Auditing Internal Auditing 87 04081 - NEW Honours Bachelor of Commerce in Auditing 87 0409X - FIN Honours Bachelor of Commerce in Accounting Financial Accounting 88 0409X - MAC Honours Bachelor of Commerce in Accounting Management Accounting 88 04162 Honours Bachelor of Arts in Economics 89 04308 Honours Bachelor of Arts in Public Administration 89 04642 - CTA Honours Bachelor of Accounting Science Cta 90 04863 Honours Bachelor of Commerce in Transport Economics 90 0491X Honours Bachelor of Administration in Public Administration 90 04952 Honours Bachelor of Administration in Transport Economics 91 05126 Honours Bachelor of Arts in Industrial and Organisational Psychology 91 05193 - ALG Honours Bachelor of Administration in Business Management 92 05193 - FIN Honours Bachelor of Administration in Business Management Financial Management 92 05193 - GEN Honours Bachelor of Administration in Business Management General Management 93 05193 - MAR Honours Bachelor of Administration in Business Management Marketing Management 93 05207 - ALG Honours Bachelor of Commerce in Business Management General 94 05207 - FIN Honours Bachelor of Commerce in Business Management Financial Management 94 05207 - GEN Honours Bachelor of Commerce in Business Management General Management 95 05207 - HRM Honours Bachelor of Commerce in Business Management Human Resources Management 95 05207 - MAR Honours Bachelor of Commerce in Business Management Marketing Management 96 05584 Honours Bachelor of Commerce in Public Administration 96 05738 Honours Bachelor of Commerce in Operations Research 97 05738 - N11 Honours Bachelor of Commerce in Operations Research 97 0460X Honours Bachelor of Science in Operations Research 98 0460X - N11 Honours Bachelor of Science in Operations Research 98 0572X Honours Bachelor of Commerce in Financial Modelling 99 0572X - N11 Honours Bachelor of Commerce in Financial Modelling 99 05746 Honours Bachelor of Science in Financial Modelling 100 05746 - N11 Honours Bachelor of Science in Financial Modelling 100 05851 Honours Bachelor of Administration in Logistics 101 0586X Honours Bachelor of Commerce in Logistics 101

Baccalaureus Technologiae Degrees

BTBAD BTCMA BTCMR BTCOP - OP1 BTCOP - OP2 BTCRM BTEMA BTEXP BTHRD

Baccalaureus Technologiae: Business Administration 102 Baccalaureus Technologiae: Cost and Management Accounting 102 Baccalaureus Technologiae: Marketing 103 Baccalaureus Technologiae: Corporate Administration Option 1 103 Baccalaureus Technologiae: Corporate Administration Option 2 104 Baccalaureus Technologiae: Credit Management 104 Baccalaureus Technologiae: Economic Management Analysis 105 Baccalaureus Technologiae: Explosives Management105 Baccalaureus Technologiae: Human Resource Development 106

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Qualif ications

BTHRM BTINT BTLGF BTLOG BTLRM BTMAN BTOPM BTPUB BTQLT BTRLS - PMA BTRLS - PPR BTRLS - PVA BTSMN BTTOU BTTXA Baccalaureus Technologiae: Human Resource Management Baccalaureus Technologiae: Internal Auditing Baccalaureus Technologiae: Local Government Finance Baccalaureus Technologiae: Logistics Baccalaureus Technologiae: Labour Relations Management Baccalaureus Technologiae: Management Baccalaureus Technologiae: Operations Management Baccalaureus Technologiae: Public Management Baccalaureus Technologiae: Quality Baccalaureus Technologiae: Real Estate Property Marketing Baccalaureus Technologiae: Real Estate Property Practice Baccalaureus Technologiae: Real Estate Property Valuation Baccalaureus Technologiae: Safety Management Baccalaureus Technologiae: Tourism Management Baccalaureus Technologiae: Taxation 106 107 107 108 108 109 109 110 110 111 111 112 112 113 113

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College of Economic and Management Sciences

Proposed Qualification

BCOM/ BCOMPT/BADMIN (SPECIALIZATION: COM)

SA Senior Certificate

LSK0108 - LANGUAGE AND LEARNING SKILLS (S1 & S2) + INM1013 - INTRO TO THE ECONOMIC AND MANAGEMENT ENVIRONMENT (S1 & S2) + INM1024- INTRO TO THE ECONOMIC AND MANAGEMENT ENVIRONMENT (S1 & S2)

Foreign Qualification

LSK0108 - LANGUAGE AND LEARNING SKILLS (S1 & S2) + INM1013 - INTRO TO THE ECONOMIC AND MANAGEMENT ENVIRONMENT (S1 & S2) + INM1024 - INTRO TO THE ECONOMIC AND MANAGEMENT ENVIRONMENT (S1 & S2)

Syllabuses

INM1013 Introduction to the Economic and Management Environment 1A (Semester 1 and 2) (one paper of two hours) The following topics are dealt with: study management; career planning; the economic system of South Africa; the role of business management; accounting and accounting aids. INM1024 Introduction to the Economic and Management Environment 1B (Semester 1 and 2) (one paper of two hours) The following topics are dealt with: quantitative decision making (percentages, break-even analysis, depreciation, linear programming); industrial psychology (human behavior in the workplace, human resources management); communication (transcultural communication problems); organizational culture (business ethics). LSK0108 Language and Learning Skills (S1 and S2) (one paper of two hours) This access module has as its primary outcome the production of better readers and writers with a sound knowledge of language and increased vocabulary. It also aims to make students more self-directed learners who are aware of their own needs and responsibilities.

What must you do when you complete your Access Programme?

You will have to apply for a certificate of conditional matric exemption before you will be allowed to register for a Bachelors Degree. This must be done before or at the time of your registration by completing the M30 Application Form (found in [email protected] 2011 and the Unisa web www.unisa.ac.za) and submitting the relevant documentation and fee.

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Qualification Qualification code Admission Requirements

National Higher Certificate: Accountancy

HSACC

NQF Exit Level Total NQF Credits

5 240

NSC with four 20 credit subjects rating 3 including Afrikaans or English 3 OR Senior Certificate

First Level

AIN1501 Accounting Systems In A Computer Environment (Accounting Data Processing 101) BSM1501 Business Management Ia (Module 1) CLA1501 Commercial Law 1a ECS1501 Economics 1a ECS1601 Economics 1b ENN1504 Practising Workplace English (English 104) FAC1501 Introductory Financial Accounting

Pre/Co-requisites

Second Level

AUE1501 Introduction to Auditing and Internal Auditing AUE201L Introduction to the Theory of Auditing And Audit Practice (Auditing 201) CLA1502 Commercial Law 1b (Commercial Law) CLA2601 Commercial Law 2a

Pre/Co-requisites

Pre: ECS101 or ECS1501

CTA2M1A Cost Accounting II: Module 1 CTA2M2A Cost Accounting II: Module 2 DPA202T Practical Accounting Data Processing (Accounting Data Processing 202) FAC1601 Financial Accounting Reporting FAC2601 Financial Accounting for Companies TAX1501 Taxation Of Salaried Persons

Pre: CTA101A or MAC1501 Pre: CTA101A or MAC1501 Pre: FAC1502, FAC1601 & DPA101 or AIN1501 Pre: FAC1502 Pre: FAC1502

FAC1502 Financial Accounting Concepts, Principles And Procedures MAC1501 Introduction to Management Accounting QMI1500 Elementary Quantitative Methods

Rules

This qualification will be phased out from 2011. No first registrations will be allowed from 2012 onwards. Students have until the end of 2013 to complete the qualification.

Qualification Qualification code Admission Requirements

Postgraduate Diploma in Marketing Management

0300X Bachelor's degree OR equivalent qualification.

NQF Exit Level Total NQF Credits

7 120

First Level

BEM400C Marketing Research (Diploma in Marketing Management) CON400E Consumer Orientated Marketing Communication MNB1501 Business Management 1a (Business Management) MNB1601 Business Management 1b MNG2016 General Management (Business Management (General) 201) MNM202Y Marketing Management (Business Management 202) STB400V Strategic Marketing Management (Diploma in Marketing Management)

Pre/Co-requisites

Pre: MNB101 or MNB1501 Pre: MNB101 or MNB1501, MNB102 or MNB1601 Pre: MNB101 or MNB1501, MNB102 or MNB1601 Pre: MNG201, MNM202

Rules

This qualification will be phased out from 2011. No new first time registrations will be accepted in 2012. Registered students have until 2014 to complete the qualification. Students who have completed the Programme in Advanced Marketing Management or an Advanced Marketing Management Diploma may NOT register for this qualification.

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Qualification Qualification code Admission Requirements

Postgraduate Diploma in Accounting Sciences

0569X

NQF Exit Level Total NQF Credits

7 120

Appropriate Bachelor's degree in Accounting with Financial Accounting 3, Management Accounting 3, Auditing 3 and Taxation

First Level

DIPAC15 Advanced Financial Accounting DIPAC26 Advanced Management Accounting DIPAC38 Advanced Taxation DIPAC49 Advanced Auditing

Pre/Co-requisites

Pre: Financial Acc III ; Management Acc III; Taxation II/III; Auditing III Pre: Financial Acc III ; Management Acc III; Taxation II/III; Auditing III Pre: Financial Acc III ; Management Acc III; Taxation II/III; Auditing III Pre: Financial Acc III ; Management Acc III; Taxation II/III; Auditing III

Rules

This qualification will be offered for the last time in 2011. As from 2012 it will be replaced with a Postgraduate Diploma in Advanced Accounting Sciences. Students who register for this qualification prior to or in 2011 will be allowed to complete it up to the end of 2013. Alternatively, they may convert to a new qualification. From 2012 a SAICA accredited Bachelor's degree is required for admission. Students with a non-SAICA accredited Bachelor's degree or diploma will first have to complete the Advanced Diploma in Accounting Sciences (still to be accredited) for admission.

Qualification Qualification code Admission Requirements

First Level

National Diploma: Accounting

NDACC National Higher Certificate: Accountancy

NQF Exit Level Total NQF Credits

6 360

Pre/Co-requisites

Pre: FAC1502 & FAC1601

AUE201L Introduction To The Theory Of Auditing And Audit Practice (Auditing 201) FAC2602 Selected Accounting Standards And Simple Group Structures FAC3701 General Financial Reporting TXN201B The Taxation Of Individuals (Income Tax 201) TXN202C Deceased And Insolvent Estates (Income Tax 202) TXN203D Taxation Of Business Income (Income Tax 203) BSS2M1F Business Information Systems II: Module 1 BSS2M2G Business Information Systems II: Module 2 MNA3M1G Management Accounting III (Module 1) MNA3M2H Management Accounting III (Module 2)

Pre: ACN101,ACN102 or FAC1502, FAC1601 Pre: ACN101,ACN102 or FAC1502, FAC1601 Pre: AIN1501, DPA202T Pre: BSS1M1I, BSS1M2I Pre: CTA2M1A, CTA2M2A Pre: CTA2M1A, CTA2M2A

Rules

This qualification will be offered for the last time in 2011. As from 2012 it will be replaced with a Diploma in Accounting Sciences. Students who register for this qualification prior to or in 2011 will be allowed to complete it up to the end of 2014. Students who by the end of 2014 have not yet completed their qualification, will be required to register for the new Diploma in Accounting Sciences.

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Qualification Qualification code Admission Requirements

First Level Compulsory

BSA1501 Business Administration Ia

National Diploma: Office Management and Technology

NDOFM

NQF Exit Level Total NQF Credits

6 360

NSC with four 20 credit subjects with rating 3 including Afrikaans or English OR Senior Certificate

Pre/Co-requisites

Second Level

ADB242R Administrative Management II COM2025 Organisational Communication (Communication Science 202) COM2036 Integrated Organisational Communication (Communication Science 203) IAD2M1X Information Administration II IAD2M2X Information Administration II (Practical)

Pre/Co-requisites

Pre: ADB121S

Third Level

ADB343M Administrative Management III ADP346V Administrative Practice III

Pre/Co-requisites

Pre: ADB242R

BSA1602 Business Administration Ib

IAD3M1Y Information Administration III (Theory)

COM1501 Fundamentals Of Communication (Communication Science) COM1502 Communication Contexts And Applications (Communication Science) EUC131T End-User Computing I (Theory) EUP1501 End-User Computing (Practical)

IAD3M2Y Information Administration III (Practical)

Choose 4 subjects from the following

CLA1501 Commercial Law 1a AND CLA1502 Commercial Law 1b (Commercial Law) CLA2601 Commercial Law 2a AND CLA2602 Commercial Law 2b FAC1501 Introductory Financial Accounting AND FAC1502 Financial Accounting Concepts, Principles And Procedures FAC1601 Financial Accounting Reporting AND FAC2601 Financial Accounting For Companies LPR2M1W Legal Practice II (Module A) AND TXN202C Deceased And Insolvent Estates (Income Tax 202) PMA111W Personnel Management I PMA221S Personnel Management II Pre: PMA111W Pre: FAC1502

Rules will be placed here

This qualification will be offered for the last time in 2011. No new registrations will be accepted in 2012. Students have until the end of 2014 to complete the qualification.

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Qualification Qualification code Admission Requirements

First Level Compulsory

EUC131T End-User Computing I (Theory) EUP1501 End-User Computing (Practical) FAC1501 Introductory Financial Accounting MAR111Y Marketing I PSS161Z Personal Selling I

National Diploma: Marketing

DMARK

NQF Exit Level Total NQF Credits

6 360

NSC with four 20 credit subjects with rating 3 including Afrikaans or English OR Senior Certificate

Pre/Co-requisites

Second Level

CLA1501 Commercial Law 1a CLA1502 Commercial Law 1b (Commercial Law) ECS1501 Economics 1a ECS1601 Economics 1b MAR221U Marketing II MND204T Customer Behaviour (Business Management 204) STA1610 Introduction To Statistics

Pre/Co-requisites

Third Level

ASP141Y Advertising And Sales Promotion I MAR332S Marketing III MNM3025 Marketing Research

Pre/Co-requisites

Pre: MAR221U

Pre: ECS101 or ECS1501 Pre: MAR111Y

SMN372U Sales Management III

Pre: PSS161Z

Choose African language or English

AFL1501 Understanding Language Usage: An African Cultural Perspective AFL1502 African Language And Culture In Practice ENN1504 Practising Workplace English (English 104)

Rules

This qualification will be offered for the last time in 2011. No new registrations will be accepted in 2014. Students have until the end of 2016 to complete the qualification.

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Qualification Qualification code Admission Requirements Repeaters only

National Diploma: Administrative Management (General)

NDADG

NQF Exit Level Total NQF Credits

6 360

NSC with four 20 credit subjects with rating 3 including Afrikaans or English OR Senior Certificate Until 2014

First Level

ADB1501 Administrative Management Ia ADB1602 Administrative Management Ib BSM1501 Business Management Ia (Module 1) BSM1602 Business Management 1b ECS1501 Economics 1a ECS1601 Economics 1b ORE1M1M Organisational Effectiveness I (Module 1) ORE1M2M Organisational Effectiveness I (Module 2) PMA111W Personnel Management I

Pre/Co-requisites

Second Level

ADB242R Administrative Management II BSM201P Business Management II COM1501 Fundamentals Of Communication (Communication Science) COM1502 Communication Contexts And Applications (Communication Science) ORE202M Organisational Effectiveness II

Pre/Co-requisites

Pre: ADB121S Pre: BSM101P or BSM1501, BSM1M2P

Third Level Compulsory

ADB343M Administrative Management III ADP346V Administrative Practice III EUC131T End-User Computing I (Theory)

Pre/Co-requisites

Pre: ADB242R

Pre: ORE1M1M, ORE1M2M or ORE101M Pre: PMA111W

EUP1501 End-User Computing (Practical) FAC1501 Introductory Financial Accounting MAC1501 Introduction To Management Accounting

Pre: ECS101 or ECS1501

PMA221S Personnel Management II

Choose 1 of the following

BSM301P Business Management III PMA342T Personnel Management III Pre: BSM201P Pre: PMA221S

Rules

This qualification will be offered for the last time in 2011. No new registrations will be accepted in 2012. Students have until the end of 2014 to complete the qualification. Two months' practical experience is required in the Third year. To complete the subject Administrative Practice III, you must hold an administrative position or must undertake to arrange for two months' practical experience. You can work in an enterprise temporarily for two months. The reason for this is that instead of an examination, you must hand in a project. The information required to complete the project must be obtained in a work situation.

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Qualification Qualification code Admission Requirements Repeaters only

National Diploma: Administrative Management (Financial)

NDADM

NQF Exit Level Total NQF Credits

6 360

NSC with four 20 credit subjects with rating 3 including Afrikaans or English OR Senior Certificate Until 2014

First Level

ADB1501 Administrative Management Ia ADB1602 Administrative Management Ib BSM1501 Business Management Ia (Module 1) BSM1602 Business Management 1b FAC1501 Introductory Financial Accounting FAC1502 Accounting Concepts, Principles and Procedures ORE1M1M Organisational Effectiveness I (Module 1) ORE1M2M Organisational Effectiveness I (Module 2) STA1510 Basic Statistics

Pre/Co-requisites

Second Level

ADB242R Administrative Management II COM1501 Fundamentals Of Communication (Communication Science) COM1502 Communication Contexts And Applications (Communication Science) FAC2602 Selected Accounting standards and simple group structures FAC1601 Financial Accounting Reporting FMA401V Financial Management IV MAC1501 Introduction To Management Accounting PEF131V The Personnel Function

Pre/Co-requisites

Pre: ADB121S

Third Level

ADB343M Administrative Management III ADP346V Administrative Practice III EUC131T End-User Computing I (Theory) EUP1501 End-User Computing (Practical) FMA3M1X Financial Management III (Module 1) TAX1501 Taxation Of Salaried Persons

Pre/Co-requisites

Pre: ADB242R

Pre: FMA2M1W, FMA2M2W

Rules

This qualification will be offered for the last time in 2011. No new registrations will be accepted in 2012. Students have until the end of 2014 to complete the qualification. Two months' practical experience is required in the Third year. To complete the subject Administrative Practice III, you must hold an administrative position or must undertake to arrange for two months' practical experience. You can work in an enterprise temporarily for two months. The reason for this is that instead of an examination, you must hand in a project. The information required to complete the project must be obtained in a work situation.

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Qualification Qualification code Admission Requirements Repeaters only

National Diploma: Banking

NDBNK

NQF Exit Level Total NQF Credits

6 360

NSC with four 20 credit subjects with rating 3 including Afrikaans or English OR Senior Certificate Until 2014

First Level

BAN1M1R Banking I: Module 1 BAN1M2R Banking I: Module 2 BSM1501 Business Management Ia (Module 1) BSM1602 Business Management 1b COM1501 Fundamentals of Communication COM1502 Communication Contexts and Applications CLA1501 Commercial Law 1a CLA1502 Commercial Law 1b (Commercial Law) EUC131T End-User Computing I (Theory) EUP1501 End-User Computing (Practical) FAC1502 Financial Accounting Concepts, Principles And Procedures

Pre/Co-requisites

Second Level

BAN251W Banking II CLA2601 Commercial Law 2a CLA2602 Commercial Law 2b COM2025 Organisational Communication COM2036 Integrated Organisational Communication ECS1501 Economics 1a ECS1601 Economics 1b FAC1601 Financial Accounting Reporting

Pre/Co-requisites

Pre: BAN141R or BAN1M1R, BAN1M2R

Third Level

BAN361W Banking III FAC2601 Financial Accounting For Companies LFB3701 Law For Bankers IIIa LFB3702 Law For Bankers IIIb PEF131V The Personnel Function

Pre/Co-requisites

Pre: BAN251W Pre: FAC1502, FAC1601

Pre: ECS101 or ECS1501 Pre: FAC1502

Rules

Students who were registered for the NDBNK before 2009 will be allowed to complete the NDBNK but have only up until 2014 to do so. From 2015 the remaining NDBNK students will be required to enrol for the new Diploma in Banking.

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Qualification Qualification code Admission Requirements

First Level Compulsory

National Diploma: Commercial Practice

NDCML

NQF Exit Level Total NQF Credits

6 360

NSC with four 20 credit subjects with rating 3 including Afrikaans or English OR Senior Certificate

Pre/Co-requisites

Second Level

Pre/Co-requisites

Third Level

Pre/Co-requisites

Choose 4 subjects from the following Economics 2 comprises ECS201A, ECS202B & ECS204D or ECS207G

ADB242R Administrative Management II BSM201P Business Management II CLA2601 Commercial Law 2a AND CLA2602 Commercial Law 2b Pre: ECS101 or ECS1501 ECS201A Microeconomics (Economics 201) AND ECS202B Macroeconomics (Economics 202) ECS204D Labour Economics (Economics 204) ECS207G Development Economics (Economics 207) Pre: ECS101 or ECS1501 & ECS1028 or ECS1601 Pre: ADB121S Pre: BSM101P or BSM1501, BSM1M2P

Choose 2 subjects from the following Economics 3 comprises ECS302E, ECS303F & ECS301D or ECS304G

ADB343M Administrative Management III BSM301P Business Management III ECS301D Monetary Economics (Economics 301) ECS302E International Trade (Economics 302) AND ECS303F International Finance (Economics 303) ECS304G Public Economics (Economics 304) FAC2602 Selected Accounting Standards And Simple Group Structures AND FAC3701 General Financial Reporting Pre: ADB242R Pre: BSM201P Pre: ECS202

BSM1501 Business Management Ia (Module 1) BSM1602 Business Management 1b ECS1501 Economics 1a

ECS1601 Economics 1b

Pre: ECS201, ECS202

PEF131V The Personnel Function

Pre: ECS101 or ECS1501 & ECS1028 or ECS1601 Pre: ECS101 or ECS1501 & ECS1028 or ECS1601

Pre: ECS201 Pre: FAC1502, FAC1601 Pre: FAC2601

Choose a language from

AFL1501 Understanding Language Usage: An African Cultural Perspective AFL1502 African Language And Culture In Practice

FAC1601 Financial Accounting Reporting AND FAC2601 Financial Accounting For Companies LPR2M1W Legal Practice II (Module A) AND TXN202C Deceased And Insolvent Estates (Income Tax 202)

Pre: FAC1502

ENN1504 Practising Workplace English (English 104)

Choose 1 of the following

AFK1504 Afrikaans For Law Students (Afrikaans 103) ENN106J English Communication For Law (English 106)

Choose 3 subjects from

BSA1501 Business Administration Ia AND BSA1602 Business Administration Ib CLA1501 Commercial Law 1a AND CLA1502 Commercial Law 1b (Commercial Law) FAC1501 Introductory Financial Accounting AND FAC1502 Financial Accounting Concepts, Principles And Procedures

Rules

This qualification will be offered for the last time in 2011. No new registrations will be accepted in 2012. Students have until the end of 2016 to complete the qualification.

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Qualification Qualification code Admission Requirements

First Level

CPR2601 Corporate Procedures II

National Diploma: Cost And Management Accounting

NDCOS

NQF Exit Level Total NQF Credits

6 360

National Higher Certificate Accountancy and NSC MATHS with a rating of 4 or MAT1510 or MAT0511 with 75%. Pre/Co-requisites

DSC1630 Introductory Financial Mathematics FAC2602 Selected Accounting Standards And Simple Group Structures FAC3701 General Financial Reporting MNA3M1G Management Accounting III (Module 1) MNA3M2H Management Accounting III (Module 2) MNG1502 Management I (Module 1) OGM3M2D Organisational Management III (Module 2) TXN201B The Taxation Of Individuals (Income Tax 201) TXN203D Taxation Of Business Income (Income Tax 203) Pre: ACN101,ACN102 or FAC1502, FAC1601 Pre: ACN101,ACN102 or FAC1502, FAC1601 Pre: CTA2M1A, CTA2M2A Pre: CTA2M1A, CTA2M2A

Rules

This qualification will be phased out at the end of 2013. No new registrations will be accepted for this qualification from 2014. Students have until the end of 2014 to complete the qualification. Students who have not completed the qualification by that time will have to transfer to the Diploma in Accounting Sciences.

Qualification Qualification code Admission Requirements

First Level

BSM1501 Business Management Ia (Module 1) BSM1602 Business Management 1b CLA1501 Commercial Law 1a CLA1502 Commercial Law 1b (Commercial Law) CMG111C Credit Management I COM1501 Fundamentals Of Communication (Communication Science) COM1502 Communication Contexts And Applications (Communication Science) MNG1502 Management I (Module 1) MNG1602 Management Ib

National Diploma: Credit Management

NDCRM

NQF Exit Level Total NQF Credits

6 360

NSC with four 20 credit subjects with rating 3 including Afrikaans or English OR Senior Certificate

Pre/Co-requisites

Second Level

CLA2601 Commercial Law 2a CLA2602 Commercial Law 2b CMG211C Credit Management II EUC131T End-User Computing I (Theory) EUP1501 End-User Computing (Practical) FAC1501 Introductory Financial Accounting FAC1502 Financial Accounting Concepts, Principles And Procedures MNG241Y Management II

Pre/Co-requisites

Third Level Compulsory

CMG311C Credit Management III

Pre/Co-requisites

Pre: CMG211C

Pre: CMG111C

CREDEXP Credit Management(Experiential Learning) LFC3701 Law For Credit Managers IIIa LFC3702 Law For Credit Managers IIIb MNG381K Management III Pre: MNG241Y

Choose 1 of the following

Pre: MNG131V or MNG1M14, MNG1M25 ECS1501 Economics 1a AND ECS1601 Economics 1b FAC1601 Financial Accounting Reporting AND FAC2601 Financial Accounting For Companies Pre: ECS101 or ECS1501

Pre: MNB101 or MNB1501

Pre: FAC1502 Pre: FAC1502, FAC1601

Rules

This qualification will be offered for the last time in 2011. No new registrations will be accepted in 2012. Students have until the end of 2016 to complete the qualification. Six months' (120 days') experiential learning within any credit management environment (trade-, consumer or banking credit) is required. Students will have to complete a logbook of six months' (120 days') workplace experience.

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Qualification Qualification code Admission Requirements Repeaters only

National Diploma: Economic Management Analysis

NDEMA

NQF Exit Level Total NQF Credits

6 360

NSC with four 20 credit subjects with rating 3 including Afrikaans or English and a NSC Maths rating of 4 OR Senior Certificate Until 2013

First Level

APE1M1T An Introduction To International Capital Markets (Module A) (Applied Economics I) APE1M2T Regulation Of South African Financial Markets)Applied Economics I (Module B) (Regulation Of South African Financial Markets) ECS1501 Economics 1a

Pre/Co-requisites

Second Level Compulsory

Pre/Co-requisites

Third Level Compulsory

Pre/Co-requisites

APE2M1T International Equity Markets (Module A) (Applied Economics II)

Pre: APE1M1T, APE1M2T

APE3M1T Computing Skills For Economists (Module A) (Applied Economics III)

Pre: APE2M1T, APE2M2T, APE2M3T

APE2M2T Bond And Long Term Market (Module B) (Applied Economics II) Pre: ECS101 or ECS1501 APE2M3T Derivatives Market (Module C)(Applied Economics II) DSC1630 Introductory Financial Mathematics ECS201A Microeconomics (Economics 201) ECS202B Macroeconomics (Economics 202) MAC1501 Introduction To Management Accounting

Pre: APE1M1T, APE1M2T

ECM301E Econometrics III

ECS1601 Economics 1b

Pre: APE1M1T, APE1M2T

ECS203C South African Economic Indicators (Economics 203) ECS302E International Trade (Economics 302)

Pre: ECS101 or ECS1501 & ECS1028 or ECS1601 Pre: ECS201, ECS202 Pre: ECS201, ECS202

EUC131T End-User Computing I (Theory) EUP1501 End-User Computing (Practical) FAC1501 Introductory Financial Accounting FAC1502 Financial Accounting Concepts, Principles And Procedures STA1510 Basic Statistics

Pre: ECS101 or ECS1501 & ECS1028 or ECS1601 Pre: ECS101 or ECS1501 & ECS1028 or ECS1601

ECS303F International Finance (Economics 303) ENN1504 Practising Workplace English (English 104) FMA3M1X Financial Management III (Module 1) FMA401V Financial Management IV

Pre: FMA2M1W, FMA2M2W

Choose 1 of the following

ECS204D Labour Economics (Economics 204) ECS207G Development Economics (Economics 207) Pre: ECS101 or ECS1501 & ECS1028 or ECS1601 Pre: ECS101 or ECS1501 & ECS1028 or ECS1601

Choose 1 of the following

ECS301D Monetary Economics (Economics 301) ECS304G Public Economics (Economics 304) Pre: ECS202 Pre: ECS201

Rules

No new registrations will be accepted for this qualification in 2011. Current students have until the end of 2013 to complete the qualification.

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Qualification Qualification code Admission Requirements

First Level

BSM1501 Business Management Ia (Module 1) BSM1602 Business Management 1b

National Diploma: Entrepreneurship

NDENT

NQF Exit Level Total NQF Credits

6 360

NSC with four 20 credit subjects with rating 3 including Afrikaans or English OR Senior Certificate

Pre/Co-requisites

Second Level Compulsory

ETP2M1E Entrepreneurship II (Module 1): Entrepreneurship And Entrepreneurial Skills ETP2M2E Entrepreneurship II (Module 2): Human Resource Management For Entrepreneurs FAC1501 Introductory Financial Accounting FAC1502 Financial Accounting Concepts, Principles And Procedures

Pre/Co-requisites

Third Level

EPC301E Entrepreneurship Practice III ETP301E Entrepreneurship III

Pre/Co-requisites

COM1501 Fundamentals Of Communication (Communication Science) COM1502 Communication Contexts And Applications (Communication Science) ECS1501 Economics 1a

FMA401V Financial Management IV

Pre: CTA101A & CTA2M2A

MAC1501 Introduction To Management Accounting MAR332S Marketing III Pre: MAR221U

ECS1601 Economics 1b EUC131T End-User Computing I (Theory) EUP1501 End-User Computing (Practical)

Pre: ECS101 or ECS1501

MAR221U Marketing II

Pre: MAR111Y

Choose 1 subject from

ADB1501 Administrative Management Ia AND ADB1602 Administrative Management Ib LRL241P Labour Relations And Law II ORE1M1M Organisational Effectiveness I (Module 1) AND ORE1M2M Organisational Effectiveness I (Module 2)

MAR111Y Marketing I

Rules

This Diploma will be phased out by the end of 2011. No new registrations will be accepted for this Diploma in 2012. Students currently registered for this qualification must complete it by the end of 2014.

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Qualification Qualification code Admission Requirements

First Level

ENN1504 Practising Workplace English (English 104) EUC131T End-User Computing I (Theory) EUP1501 End-User Computing (Practical) EXP1501 Explosives I FAC1501 Introductory Financial Accounting FAC1502 Financial Accounting Concepts, Principles And Procedures MNG1501 Management I (Module 1) MNG1601 Management Ib

National Diploma: Explosives Management

NDEXP

NQF Exit Level Total NQF Credits

6 360

NSC with four 20 credit subjects with rating 3 including Afrikaans or English OR Senior Certificate. Students have to register through their employers for this qualification. Call the Bureau for Business Studies at 011 471 2583 before registration. Second Level

BSM1501 Business Management Ia (Module 1) BSM1602 Business Management 1b ECS1501 Economics 1a ECS1601 Economics 1b EXP2601 Explosives II MNG241Y Management II Pre: MNG131V or MNG1M14, MNG1M25 Pre: ECS101 or ECS1501

Pre/Co-requisites

Pre/Co-requisites

Third Level

EXI3701 Explosives Industrial Practice III EXP3701 Explosives III MNG381K Management III QMS301Q Quality Management Systems III TMA201L She Management II

Pre/Co-requisites

Pre: MNG241Y

TQM1501 Quality Management Ia Pre: MNB101 or MNB1501 TQM1502 Quality Management Ib

Rules

This qualification will be offered for the last time in 2011. No new registrations will be accepted in 2012. Students have until the end of 2014 to complete the qualification.

Qualification Qualification code Admission Requirements

First Level

ENN1504 Practising Workplace English (English 104) EUC131T End-User Computing I (Theory) EUP1501 End-User Computing (Practical) FAC1501 Introductory Financial Accounting FAC1502 Financial Accounting Concepts, Principles And Procedures PFC101F Public Finance And Accounting I PMG111P Public Management I

National Diploma: Finance And Accounting (Public)

NDFAC

NQF Exit Level Total NQF Credits

6 360

NSC with four 20 credit subjects with rating 3 including Afrikaans or English OR Senior Certificate

Pre/Co-requisites

Second Level

AUE1501 Introduction To Auditing AUE202M Introduction To The Performing Of The Audit Process (Auditing 202) CLA2601 Commercial Law 2a FAC1601 Financial Accounting Reporting FAC2601 Financial Accounting For Companies PFC201F Public Finance And Accounting II

Pre/Co-requisites

Third Level Compulsory

Pre/Co-requisites

Pre: FAC1502 & FAC1601

ECS1501 Economics 1a

ECS1601 Economics 1b Pre: FAC1502 FAC2602 Selected Accounting Standards And Simple Group Structures FAC3701 General Financial Reporting PFC301F Public Finance And Accounting III

Pre: ECS101 or ECS1501 Pre: FAC1502, FAC1601

Pre: FAC1502, FAC1601

Pre: PFC101F

Pre: PFC201F

Choose 1 of the following

AUE201L Introduction To The Theory Of Auditing And Audit Practice (Auditing 201) SPM211P Stock And Purchasing Management II Pre: FAC1502 & FAC1601

Rules

Only those students who were registered for the qualification in the academic years prior to 2010 will be allowed to register for it in 2011. Such students will have until the end of 2012 to complete the qualification.

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Qualification Qualification code Admission Requirements Repeaters only

First Level Compulsory

BSM1501 Business Management Ia (Module 1) BSM1602 Business Management 1b EUC131T End-User Computing I (Theory) EUP1501 End-User Computing (Practical) PMA111W Personnel Management I

National Diploma: Human Resource Management

NDHRM

NQF Exit Level Total NQF Credits

6 360

NSC with four 20 credit subjects with rating 3 including Afrikaans or English OR with Senior Certificate Until 2014

Pre/Co-requisites

Second Level

BSM201P Business Management II INR131Y Industrial Relations I LLW2601 Individual Labour Law (Labour Law) LLW2602 Collective Labour Law (Labour Law) MOT141R Management Of Training I PMA221S Personnel Management II

Pre/Co-requisites

Pre: BSM101P or BSM1501or BSM1M1P, BSM1M2P

Third Level

BSM301P Business Management III INR251X Industrial Relations II MOT201U Management Of Training II PMA342T Personnel Management III

Pre/Co-requisites

Pre: BSM201P

Pre: INR131Y Pre: MOT141R Pre: PMA221S

Pre: PMA111W

Choose 1 of the following

FAC1501 Introductory Financial Accounting STA1510 Basic Statistics

Choose a language from

AFL1501 Understanding Language Usage: An African Cultural Perspective AND AFL1502 African Language And Culture In Practice ENN1504 Practising Workplace English (English 104)

Rules

This qualification will be offered for the last time in 2011. No new registrations will be accepted in 2012. Students have until the end of 2014 to complete the qualification.

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Qualification Qualification code Admission Requirements

First Level

National Diploma: Internal Auditing

NDINT

NQF Exit Level Total NQF Credits

6 360

National Higher Certificate: Accountancy and NSC MATHS with a rating of 4 or MAT1510 or MAT0511 with 75%.

Pre/Co-requisites

Pre: FAC1502 & FAC1601 Pre: FAC1502 & FAC1601 Pre: AIN1501, DPA202 Pre: BSS1M1I, BSS1M2I

AUE202M Introduction To The Performing Of The Audit Process (Auditing 202) AUI2016 Introduction To Internal Auditing (Internal Auditing 201) BSS2M1F Business Information Systems II: Module 1 BSS2M2G Business Information Systems II: Module 2 CPR2601 Corporate Procedures II DSC1630 Introductory Financial Mathematics FAC2602 Selected Accounting Standards And Simple Group Structures FAC3701 General Financial Reporting TXN201B The Taxation Of Individuals (Income Tax 201) TXN203D Taxation Of Business Income (Income Tax 203)

Pre: FAC1502, FAC1601 Pre: FAC2601 Pre: ACN101,ACN102 or FAC1502, FAC1601 Pre: ACN101,ACN102 or FAC1502, FAC1601

Rules

This qualification will be phased out at the end of 2013. No new registrations will be accepted for this qualification from 2014. Students have until the end of 2014 to complete the qualification. Students who have not completed the qualification by that time will have to transfer to the Diploma in Accounting Sciences.

Qualification Qualification code Admission Requirements

First Level

CLA1501 Commercial Law 1a CLA1502 Commercial Law 1b (Commercial Law) FAC1501 Introductory Financial Accounting FAC1502 Financial Accounting Concepts, Principles And Procedures LGF161Y Local Government Finance I LGM111P Local Government Management I

National Diploma: Local Government Finance

NDLGF

NQF Exit Level Total NQF Credits

6 360

NSC with four 20 credit subjects with rating 3 including Afrikaans or English OR Senior Certificate

Pre/Co-requisites

Second Level

AUE1501 Introduction To Auditing FAC1601 Financial Accounting Reporting FAC2601 Financial Accounting For Companies LGF271V Local Government Finance II LGM211P Local Government Management II

Pre/Co-requisites

Third Level

ECS1501 Economics 1a

Pre/Co-requisites

Pre: FAC1502 Pre: FAC1502, FAC1601 Pre: LGF161Y

ECS1601 Economics 1b LGA301L Local Government Accounting III LGF381T Local Government Finance III LGM311P Local Government Management III

Pre: ECS101 or ECS1501

Pre: LGF271V

Pre: LGM111P

Pre: LGM211P

Rules

Second-year students who have changed from the old diploma must include MERCANTILE LAW I in their registration. This qualification will be offered for the last time in 2011. No new registrations will be accepted in 2012. Students have until the end of 2014 to complete the qualification.

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Qualification Qualification code Admission Requirements Repeaters only

National Diploma: Logistics

NDLOG

NQF Exit Level Total NQF Credits

6 360

NSC rating of 3 for language of tuition and NSC rating of 2 for Mathematics or 3 for Mathematics Literacy OR Senior Certificate Until 2011

First Level Compulsory

BSM1501 Business Management Ia (Module 1) BSM1602 Business Management 1b EUC131T End-User Computing I (Theory) EUP1501 End-User Computing (Practical) PMM151U Purchasing Management I

Pre/Co-requisites

Second Level

BSM201P Business Management II CLA1501 Commercial Law 1a CLA1502 Commercial Law 1b (Commercial Law) FAC1502 Financial Accounting Concepts, Principles And Procedures PMM261W Purchasing Management II TRL201X Transport Management (Transport Economics 201) TRL2044 Integrated Logistics (Transport Economics 204)

Pre/Co-requisites

Pre: BSM101P or BSM1501, BSM1M2P

Third Level

BSM301P Business Management III OMN101M Operations Management I PMM371P Purchasing Management III TRL307B Logistics Activities (Transport Economics 307)

Pre/Co-requisites

Pre: BSM201P

Pre: PMM261W Pre: TRL204

Pre: PMM151U Pre: MNB102 or MNB1601

TRL308C Logistics Systems (Transport Economics 308)

Pre: TRL204

Choose 2 from the same subject

ECS1501 Economics 1a AND ECS1601 Economics 1b FAC1501 Introductory Financial Accounting AND MAC1501 Introduction To Management Accounting Pre: ECS101 or ECS1501

Pre: MNB102 or MNB1601

Choose 1 of the following

AFK1504 Afrikaans For Law Students (Afrikaans 103) ENN1504 Practising Workplace English (English 104)

Rules

The qualification had been phased out. Only pipeline students will be allowed to register for the modules they need to complete the qualification.

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Qualification Qualification code Admission Requirements

National Diploma: Management Services

NDMNG

NQF Exit Level Total NQF Credits

6 360

NSC with four 20 credit subjects with rating 3 including Afrikaans or English OR Senior Certificate

First Level Compulsory

BSM1501 Business Management Ia (Module 1) BSM1602 Business Management 1b FAC1501 Introductory Financial Accounting MAC1501 Introduction To Management Accounting ORE1M1M Organisational Effectiveness I (Module 1) ORE1M2M Organisational Effectiveness I (Module 2) STA1510 Basic Statistics

Pre/Co-requisites

Second Level

BSM201P Business Management II EUC131T End-User Computing I (Theory) EUP1501 End-User Computing (Practical) OMT2601 Operations Management Techniques II ORE202M Organisational Effectiveness II

Pre/Co-requisites

Pre: BSM101P or BSM1501, BSM1M2P

Third Level

BSM301P Business Management III ICT1541 Business Informatics I LLW2601 Individual Labour Law (Labour Law)

Pre/Co-requisites

Pre: BSM201P

Pre: STA1510 Pre: ORE1M1M, ORE1M2M or ORE101M

LLW2602 Collective Labour Law (Labour Law) MSP301M Management Services Practice ORE301M Organisational Effectiveness III Co: ORR301S, EUC131T, EUP1501 Pre: ORE202M

Choose a language from the following

AFL1501 Understanding Language Usage: An African Cultural Perspective AND AFL1502 African Language And Culture In Practice ENN1504 Practising Workplace English (English 104)

Rules

This qualification will be offered for the last time in 2011. No new registrations will be accepted in 2012. Students have until the end of 2015 to complete the qualification.

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Qualification Qualification code Admission Requirements

First Level

ADB1501 Administrative Management Ia ADB1602 Administrative Management Ib ECS1501 Economics 1a ECS1601 Economics 1b EUC131T End-User Computing I (Theory) EUP1501 End-User Computing (Practical) FAC1501 Introductory Financial Accounting FAC1502 Financial Accounting Concepts, Principles And Procedures MNG1501 Management I (Module 1) MNG1601 Management Ib

National Diploma: Management

NDMNT

NQF Exit Level Total NQF Credits

6 360

NSC with four 20 credit subjects with rating 3 including Afrikaans or English OR Senior Certificate Second Level Compulsory

MNG241Y Management II Pre: MNG131V or MNG1M14, MNG1M25

Pre/Co-requisites

Pre/Co-requisites

Third Level Compulsory

CLA1501 Commercial Law 1a CLA1502 Commercial Law 1b (Commercial Law) MNG381K Management III

Pre/Co-requisites

Choose 1 subject from the following

Pre: ECS101 or ECS1501 ADB242R Administrative Management II MAC1501 Introduction To Management Accounting Pre: ADB121S

Pre: MNG241Y

Choose 1 subject from the following

ADB343M Administrative Management III FMA3M1X Financial Management III (Module 1) FMA401V Financial Management IV Pre: ADB242R Pre: FMA2M1W, FMA2M2W Pre: CTA101A & CTA2M2A

Choose 3 subjects from the following

Pre: MNB101 or MNB1501 BSM1501 Business Management Ia (Module 1) AND BSM1602 Business Management 1b COM1501 Fundamentals Of Communication (Communication Science) AND COM1502 Communication Contexts And Applications (Communication Science) INR131Y Industrial Relations I MAR111Y Marketing I MAR221U Marketing II MAR332S Marketing III OMN101M Operations Management I OMN201M Operations Management II OMN301M Operations Management III ORE1M1M Organisational Effectiveness I (Module 1) AND ORE1M2M Organisational Effectiveness I (Module 2) PEF131V The Personnel Function PMA111W Personnel Management I PMA221S Personnel Management II PMA342T Personnel Management III PMM261W Purchasing Management II PMM371P Purchasing Management III STA1510 Basic Statistics Pre: PMA111W Pre: PMA221S Pre: PMM151U Pre: PMM261W Pre: MAR111Y Pre: MAR221U

Rules

The last date for first registrations is January 2011. No new registrations will be accepted in 2012. Students registered for this qualification must complete it by the end of 2014. Students who do not complete this qualification may articulate into the Diploma: Management. The number of modules that may be transferred will be determined by an individual's academic record.

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Qualification Qualification code Admission Requirements Repeaters only

First Level

ENN1504 Practising Workplace English (English 104) MFT101M Manufacturing Technology I OMN101M Operations Management I ORE1M1M Organisational Effectiveness I (Module 1) ORE1M2M Organisational Effectiveness I (Module 2) STA1510 Basic Statistics

National Diploma: Operations Management

NDOPM

NQF Exit Level Total NQF Credits

6 360

NSC with four 20 credit subjects with rating 3 including Afrikaans or English OR Senior Certificate Until 2015

Pre/Co-requisites

Second Level

EUC131T End-User Computing I (Theory) EUP1501 End-User Computing (Practical) MNG1502 Management I (Module 1) MNG1602 Management Ib OMN201M Operations Management II OMT2601 Operations Management Techniques II ORE202M Organisational Effectiveness II

Pre/Co-requisites

Third Level

BSM1501 Business Management Ia (Module 1) OMN301M Operations Management III OMT3701 Operations Management Techniques III ORE301M Organisational Effectiveness III

Pre/Co-requisites

Pre: OMN201M Pre: OMT2601 Pre: ORE202M

Pre: OMN101M Pre: OMT101M or STA1510 Pre: ORE1M1M, ORE1M2M or ORE101M

WPD101O Workplace Dynamics I

Rules

This qualification will be phased out from 2011. No first registrations will be allowed from 2012 onwards. Students have until the end of 2015 to complete the qualification.

Qualification Qualification code Admission Requirements

First Level

MNG1502 Management I (Module 1) PDD101P Public DecisionMaking I PIN101P Public Information Services I POM101P Public Office Management I PUD101P Public Service Delivery I PUM101P Public Resource Management I SEL1M2P Self Management I: Applied (Module 2)

National Diploma: Public Management

NDPUB

NQF Exit Level Total NQF Credits

6 360

NSC with four 20 credit subjects with rating 3 including Afrikaans or English OR Senior Certificate

Pre/Co-requisites

Second Level

FOR201P Fundamentals Of Research II PFM201P Public Financial Management II PHR201P Public Human Resource Management II PIP201P Public Information Practices II PLM201P Public Procurement & Logistics Management II PMN201P Project Management II

Pre/Co-requisites

Third Level

ICO301P Intersectoral Collaboration III

Pre/Co-requisites

Pre: PUM101P

MAO301P Management Of Information III PFP301P Public Financial And Procurement Management III

Pre: PIP201P Pre: PLM201P

Pre: PIN101P Pre: PUM101P

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