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Faculty of Business, Management Sciences and Law PROSPECTUS 2010

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Faculty of Business, Management Sciences and Law Postal Addresses & Telephone Numbers Message from the Executive Dean Vision, Motto, Mission and Values of the Faculty Research Niche Areas General Information on Programmes Offered Schools of the Faculty Faculty Staff Information School of Accounting Departments Vision and Mission Statements School Contact Details School Staff Information Department of Auditing Diploma in Internal Auditing B-Tech in Internal Auditing Department in Financial Accounting National Higher Certificate in Accounting Bachelor of Accounting Science (B-Compt) Bachelor of Accounting (BCA) Department of Financial Information Systems & Taxation National Higher Certificate in Financial Information Systems Diploma in Financial Information Systems Diploma in Taxation Department of Management Accounting Diploma in Cost & Management Accounting B-Tech in Cost & Management Accounting School of Economic & Management Sciences Departments Vision and Mission Statements School Contact Details School Staff Information Department of Business Management Bachelor of Commerce (General) Honours in Business Management Department of Economics Bachelor of Commerce in Economics Honours in Economics Department of Management Studies Diploma in Administrative Management Diploma in Management B-Tech in Management B-Tech: Business Administration Department of Office Management and Technology Diploma in Office Management and Technology Extension Programme in Office Management and Technology Department of People Development Diploma in Human Resources Management B-Tech in Human Resources Management Diploma in Management of Training School of Governance Departments Pages 5 7 9 10 11 13 14 16 16 16 17 18 20 20 21 22 22 24 27 30 30 32 33 34 34 35 37 37 37 38 39 41 41 46 48 48 53 55 55 57 58 59 61 61 63 64 64 65 66 68 68

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Vision, Mission, Aims, Core Values and Research Niche Areas School Contact Details School Staff Information Department of Public Management & Local Government Diploma in Local Government Finance National Diploma in Policing National Diploma in Public Management B-Tech in Public Management Department of Public Administration Bachelor of Administration (Public Affairs) Honours in Bachelor of Administration School of Law Departments Vision, Mission and Research and Development Unit School Contact Details School Staff Information Bachelor of Laws: LLB (Generic) Department of Criminal and Procedural Law Department of Legal History and Philosophy Department of Mercantile Law Department of Private and Customary Law Department of Public Law School of Public Relations, Media Studies and Marketing Departments Vision, Mission, Values and Research Niche School Contact Details School Staff Information Department of Media Studies National Certificate in Versatile Broadcasting Diploma in Journalism B-Tech in Journalism Department of Marketing Diploma in Marketing B-Tech in Marketing Diploma in Small Business Management Diploma in Sports Management Department of Public Relations and Communication Diploma in Public Relations Management B-Tech in Public Relations Management School of Tourism and Hospitality Departments Vision, Mission and Values School Contact Details School Staff Information Department of Hospitality Diploma in Hospitality Management Department of Tourism Management Diploma in Tourism Management B-Tech in Tourism Management Enterprise Development Centre Vision and Mission Statements Staff Information and Contact Details

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WALTER SISULU UNIVERSITY (WSU) FACULTY OF BUSINESS, MANAGEMENT SCIENCES & LAW (FBMSL) 2010

CORRESPONDENCE/CONTACT DETAILS MTHATHA CAMPUS The Registrar Academic

Professor: N. Tau-Mzamane Walter Sisulu University Private Bag x1 Nelson Mandela Drive MTHATHA 5117

Secretary:

Tel No: 047 502 2217 Fax No: 047 502 2330

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ENQUIRIES AND APPLICATIONS Admission Office: MTHATHA Nelson Mandela Drive Campus

Tel No: Fax No: 047 ­ 502 2443/8 047 ­ 502 2838/40/41

Zamukulungisa Site

Tel No: Fax No: 047 ­ 537 0001 047 - 537 0169

IBIKA CAMPUS Ibika Site

Tel No: Fax No: 047 ­ 401 6187 047 ­ 401 6213

Vuli Valley Site

Tel No: Fax No: 047 ­ 492 0634 047 ­ 492 0634

BUFFALO CITY CAMPUS Potsdam Site

Tel No: Fax No: 043 ­ 708 5223 043 ­ 708 5465

Chiselhurst Site

Tel No: Fax No: 043 ­ 709 4000 043 ­ 709 4093

QUEENSTOWN Queenstown Site

Tel No: Fax No: 045 ­ 838 2998 045 ­ 838 2942

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BURSARIES AND LOANS:

National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) MTHATHA CAMPUS Nelson Mandela Site: Zamukulungisa Site BUFFALO CITY College Street Site Potsdam Site Tel No: 043 ­ 702 9256 Fax No: 043 ­ 702 9361 Tel No: 043 ­ 708 5391 Fax No: 043 ­ 708 5349 Tel No: 047 - 401 6203 Fax No: 047 - 401 6005 Tel No: 045 ­ 838 2942 Fax No: 045 ­ 838 2998 Tel No: 043 ­ 702 9357 Fax No: 043 ­ 702 9275 Tel No: 043 ­ 708 5391 Fax No: 043 - 708 5349 Tel No: 047 ­ 401 6257 Fax No: 047 ­ 492 0264 Tel No: 047 ­ 502 2312 Fax No: 047 ­ 502 2321 Tel No: 047 ­ 401 6203 Fax No: 047 ­ 401 6005 Tel No: 047 - 502 2850 Fax No: 047 ­ 502 2729 Tel No: 047 ­ 401 6257 Fax No: 047 ­ 492 0264 Edu-Loan

IBIKA CAMPUS

QUEENSTOWN CAMPUS

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MESSAGE FROM THE EXECUTIVE DEAN

Welcome to the dynamic, biggest and most diverse Faculty at Walter Sisulu University. Our vision is to excel in the empowerment of world class professionals and entrepreneurs from developing communities. In spite of the University being only four years old, as a newly merged entity, we believe that we as a faculty are now in a position to grow towards the greatness that is reflected in our vision. Already we are the largest faculty in the University with some 10 000 students (out of 24 000), we have the largest number of Schools (6) and we cover a diverse range of disciplines. We have a presence at all the four campuses/ sites of Walter Sisulu University, so our influence and impact on the Eastern Cape is potentially very wide. We are host to the two traditional and highly esteemed professions of Law and Accounting and we are in the process of getting the latter re-accredited by SAICA. We are also privileged to be working closely with the Chancellor in her Plough-back Project to restore and re-position the latter two Schools into flagship status. Our School of Law is also developing great national and provincial strategic partnerships for the benefit of our students and the University. We also boast new and dynamic fields such as Tourism and Hospitality as well as Public Relations, Media and Marketing. Our School of Governance is also positioning our University as a relevant player in the field of Public Administration regionally and locally. A new Institute for Local Governance is being finalized by the latter School and should be launched by the end of 2010. We would not be a serious Faculty of Business, Management Sciences and Law if we did not have our School of Economic & Management Sciences (EMS). The Faculty is also positioning itself to be a serious player in the entrepreneurship field after the recent establishment of a new and robust Enterprise Development Centre (EDC). The Enterprise Development Centre is working closely with our School of Economic and Management Sciences to launch a new and unique MBA (SME), by 2011. This is among other exciting offerings and entrepreneurship support services from the EDC. A brand new leadership team (two new Deputy Deans and six Directors of Schools) was finalized in 2009. This new team, under my leadership, will successfully launch the Faculty into the future. This team is ably assisted by a most competent Secretariat. All the School Strategies (2008 ­ 2011) have been finalized by the respective School Directors who are now driving the implementation of these strategies vigorously, under the leadership of the Executive Dean. The Faculty is also working very closely and constructively with its respective student associations. Through the facilitation of the Executive Dean's Office the various School-based student bodies have formed themselves into an Institutional Commerce Students' Society. The Faculty Executive Committee and the Student

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leadership meet on a regular basis. Our students also sit on all our School Boards, Task Teams, the Faculty Executive Committee as well as the Faculty Board. We take our students very seriously. We are honoured and excited at your interest in us and we hope that you will find a way of partnering with us as we launch our business professionals and entrepreneurs "from the bush to the globe". It is an honour and privilege for me as Executive Dean to be at your service in this mammoth yet very exciting and fulfilling mission. In spite of our great potential, we insist on remaining very humble in our leadership style, always remembering that we are mere servant leaders whose success lies in the hands of God.

Dr L. M Mbabane, PhD (UCT) (GSB); MA; MM; BA (Hons) (Wits)

EXECUTVE DEAN

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FACULTY OF BUSINESS, MANAGEMENT SCIENCES AND LAW VISION OF THE FACULTY:

We excel in the empowerment of world­class professionals and entrepreneurs from rural and developing communities.

OUR MOTTO:

From the bush to the globe!! We seek to grow from Rural Village to Global Village!! (RV-2-GV)

THE FACULTY'S MISSION:

We will achieve our vision by developing; implementing and continuously evaluating research initiatives; learning and teaching programs as well as community engagement endeavours that are innovative; while working in partnership with our respective communities or stakeholders, with a view to achieving practical development and growth.

OUR VALUES:

In all our learning and teaching; research and community engagement endeavours, we demonstrate and uphold the highest standards of: · · · · · Professionalism Integrity Ethics Accountability Excellence

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RESEARCH NICHE AREAS:

Concerning research, we are conscious of the inextricable link between our teaching role as academics as well as our research role and how the two should influence each other in an upward spiral or virtuous cycle. Our mantra is to teach what we research and to research what we teach. Our research niche areas below are proposed in this backdrop. Generically the following are the broad areas of research focus for the faculty. The Schools will have their own, more detailed and nuanced niche areas in their School Strategies. 1. Entrepreneurship development with a focus on SME's in Greenfield operations; within the context of the Provincial Growth and Development Plan (EC-PGDP). Among others these include agro-processing; downstream manufacturing; tourism and so forth. The enquiry also includes different forms of entrepreneurship, such as co-operatives and the search for effective models that include and empower communities. 2. Accounting for service delivery in the Eastern Cape Province in general and in local authorities in particular. This includes research into financial skills; management controls and practices; ethical issues in management; compliance with King II and III Codes of Governance, etc. General financial skills and literacy research and solutions are included. 3. Alternative forms of dispute resolution as well as alternative governance and leadership models (e.g. traditional leadership; traditional courts); within a human rights framework. 4. Economic growth and development models for rural and peri-urban areas, with a focus on the Eastern Cape, but with lessons and implications for the SADC region. This includes new models of black economic empowerment; environmental impact assessment; The Global Financial Crisis (of 2008 ­ 2009) and its impact on developing economies; particularly poor and rural communities. 5. Human Capital Development and contemporary challenges such as HIV/AIDS at work; human resources management challenges in Africa; productivity enhancement models in the developmental context; new and relevant management and leadership paradigms, etc.

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GENERAL INFORMATION

The following Certificates, Diplomas and Degrees are offered by the faculty:

Programme Certificates: Versatile Broadcasting NHC: Accounting NHC: Financial Information Systems Diplomas: ND: Accounting ND: Administrative Management ND: Cost & Management Accounting ND: Financial Information Systems ND: Hospitality Management ND: Human Resources Management ND: Internal Auditing ND: Journalism ND: Local Government Finance ND: Management ND: Management of Training ND: Marketing ND: Office Management & Technology ND: Policing ND: Public Management ND: Public Relations Management ND: Small Business Management ND: Sports Management ND: Taxation ND: Tourism Management Buffalo City Ibika FT FT FT N/A FT FT FT FT FT/PT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT PT PT FT FT FT FT FT N/A FT/PT FT/PT FT N/A FT FT FT FT/PT FT N/A N/A FT/PT N/A N/A FT N/A FT/PT N/A N/A N/A N/A FT Mthatha Queenstown N/A FT N/A N/A N/A FT N/A FT N/A FT N/A N/A FT N/A N/A F/T N/A FT/PT FT N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A FT FT N/A N/A FT FT N/A FT FT N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A FT/PT N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

Legend:

FT: N/A: NC: NHC: ND: PT: Full Time Not Applicable National Certificate National Higher Certificate National Diploma Part Time

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GENERAL INFORMATION

The following Certificates, Diplomas and Degrees are offered by the faculty: Continued

Programme Advanced Diplomas: B-Tech: Business Administration B-Tech: Cost & Management Accounting B-Tech: Human Resources Management B-Tech: Internal Auditing B-Tech: Journalism B-Tech: Management B-Tech: Marketing B-Tech: Public Management B-Tech: Public Relations Management B-Tech: Tourism Management Degrees: B. of Accounting B. Admin. (Public Affairs) B. Comm (Economics) B. Comm (General) B. Compt LLB HONOURS: B. Comm (Business Management) B. Comm (Economics) B. Admin. (Public Administration) Buffalo City Ibika PT PT FT/PT PT PT PT PT PT PT FT/PT N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A FT FT FT N/A P/T N/A PT N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A Mthatha Queenstown N/A N/A N/A FT N/A N/A N/A PT P/T N/A FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT N/A N/A N/A FT N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

Legend:

B. Admin. Bachelor of Administration B. Comm: Bachelor of Commerce B. Compt. Bachelor of Accounting Science B-Tech: Baccalauerus Technology Degree N/A: Not Applicable

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SCHOOLS OF THE FACULTY

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. School of Accounting School of Economic & Management Sciences (EMS) School of Governance School of Public Relations, Media Studies and Marketing (PRMM) School of Law School of Tourism & Hospitality (SCOTH) Enterprise Development Centre (EDC)

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FACULTY STAFF INFORMATION Executive Dean

Dr. L. M Mbabane, PhD (UCT) (GSB); MA; MM; BA (Hons) (Wits) E-mail: [email protected]

Ibika Site

Tel No: Fax No:

047 ­ 401 6331 047 ­ 492 0560

Potsdam Site

Tel No: Fax No:

043 - 708 5359 043 - 708 5278

NMD Site

Tel No: Fax No:

047 - 502 2562 047 ­ 502 2563 Dr. A. Moodly, D.Ed (UNISA); MBA (BSN) Vacant

Deputy Dean: Deputy Dean:

Faculty Manager: Vacant

Faculty Administrative Officers:

Mrs. D. Tutu Email: Tel No: Fax No: Ms. G.L. Willard Email: Tel No: Fax No: Ms. F.N. Mangisa Email: Tel No: Fax No: Ms. N. Gweshana Email: Tel No: Fax No: M. Phil in Law (UWC) [email protected] 047 ­ 502 2355 047 ­ 502 2721 Secretarial Diploma (JHB) [email protected] 047 ­ 502 2564 047 ­ 502 2563 ND: Office Admin (ECT) [email protected] 047 ­ 401 6334 047 ­ 401 6284 B-Tech: Mgt (BT) [email protected] 043 ­ 708 5358 043 ­ 708 5278

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Executive Secretaries:

Mrs. N. Memani Email: Tel No: Fax No: Ms. N. Mnoto Email: Tel No: Fax No: Ms. A.N. Situnda Email: Tel No: Fax No: Ms. Z. Mgqobozi Email: Tel No: Fax No PGCE (WSU) [email protected] 047 ­ 401 6331 047 ­ 492 0560 B-Tech: Mgt (BT) [email protected] 043 ­ 708 5319 043 ­ 708 5278 Hons: Bibl. (UNITRA) [email protected] 047 ­ 502 2562 047 ­ 502 2563 Hons: Crim. (UNITRA) [email protected] 047 ­ 502 2559 047 ­ 502 2721

Administrative Assistants

Ms. N.P. Matyeke Email: Tel No: Fax No: Ms. K. Vika Email: Tel No: Fax No: Ms. C. Tuswa Email: Tel No: Fax No: Ms. N. Njokweni Email: Tel No: Fax No: B Comm: Acc (UNITRA) [email protected] 047 ­ 502 2559 047 ­ 502 2563 Secretarial Diploma (ECT) [email protected] 047 ­ 502 2357 047 ­ 502 2721 ND: Pub. Mgt (BT) [email protected] 043 ­ 708 5415 043 ­ 708 5278 ND: OMT (ECT) [email protected] 047 ­ 537 0001 047 ­ 537 0169

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SCHOOL OF ACCOUNTING Departments:

· Department of Auditing · Department of Financial Accounting · Department of Financial Information Systems and Taxation · Department of Management Accounting

Vision:

We seek to be a pace-setter in advancing innovative learning and research that is responsive to the local and global environment, and consistent with the aspirations of all stakeholders.

Mission:

To excel in service delivery to the community we serve through: · · · · Innovative Teaching and Learning; Quality Research and Publication; Developing Community Partnership Programmes; International Linkages

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School of Accounting Acting Director of School

Prof. T. M Jordan Email: [email protected] Tel No: Fax No: 047 ­ 502 2589 047 ­ 502 2563

Directory Secretary - Vacant

Tel No: Fax No: 047 ­ 502 2559 047 ­ 502 2563

CONTACT DETAILS BUFFALO CITY Potsdam Site

Tel No: Fax No: 043 - 708 5270 043 ­ 708 5436

BUTTERWORTH CAMPUS Ibika Site

Tel No: Fax No: 047 ­ 401 6236 047 - 401 6284

MTHATHA CAMPUS NMD Site

Tel No: Fax No: 047 ­ 502 2562 047 ­ 502 2563

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SCHOOL STAFF INFORMATION Buffalo City Campus

Acting HoD & Senior Lecturer: Mrs. R. Luzuka, MBA (Bsn) CIA Office Administrator: Senior Lecturers: Ms. B. Pahlana, B-Tech: Comm. Admin (BT) Mr. G Forword, MBA (Edinburgh Business School Heriot-Watt) Mrs. L van der Walt, MBL (UNISA) Mrs. D. Mugerwa ­ Sekawabe, ACCA (Fellow) Mr. J.C.V Matthew, MComm (Agra Univ, India) Mr. I. Cridland, MBL (UNISA) Mrs. C. Cridland, MBL (UNISA) Ms. N. Ketani, Master of Acc. (Univ. of New England-Australia) Mr. J. Thaver, B.Com Hons, Adv. Tax Cert. Mrs. V. V. Matsheke, M. Phil Higher Education (Stellenbosch) Mr. M. J. Kawa, ND: CMA (BT) Mr. V. Mandindi, B Com (UFH); PGCE (Rhodes) Mrs. A. Bobo, ND: CMA (BT) Ms. N. Ramncwana, B-Tech: CMA (BT) Mr. O. Gqokonqana, B-Tech: IA (ECT)

Lecturers:

Junior Lecturers:

Ibika Campus

Acting HoD & Senior Lecturer: Mr. A. Yeboah, ACCA, MSc (Acc) (UK) Senior Lecturers: Mr. L.M Joykutty, AGA (SA) CTA Mr. Ntupanyama, MBA Mr. S. James, M Com Mr. T Simon, M Com Mr. M.S Panicker, MBL Mrs. M Yeboah, B Com (Hons) ACCA Mr. C. Ofori ­ Boateng, B-Compt Mr. Zwakala, B Com (Unisa) Mrs. Mohoje, B Sc (Unitra) Ms. S. Gwaza, B-Tech: IA (E.C.T.) Mr. Qanga, B-Tech: IA (E.C.T.) Mrs. B. Rayamajhi, MBA (Nepal) Ms. P. Tiso, B-Tech: IA (E.C.T.) Ms Jako, B-Tech: IA (E.C.T.) Ms Mbatiwe, B-Tech: IA (E.C.T.)

Lecturers:

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Ms Spelman, B-Tech: FIS (C.P.T.) Mr. Pumlomo, B-Tech: IT (E.C.T.) Mr. T. Marvenyengwa M.Com (Acc) Ms T.Vitshima, B.Com (Acc) Mr. M.H. Kwaza, MBL Mr. R.O. Enokenwa, B.Com Mr Ushe, B.Com Mr. C. Owusu-Sekyere, MSc IT Mr. Dwayi, B-Tech: IA Ms. Mulenga, B-Tech: IA Mr. Mbangeleli, B-Tech: IA Ms. Nxenye, B-Tech: IT Mr. Pika, B-Tech: IT Mr. C. Lwanga, MBA Mr. C. Atoliya, MBA, PGD (Computer Audit) Wits Mr. Y. Oppong, B Compt (Unisa) FA ACCA Mrs. L. George, M Com Lab Technician: Ms. M. Mpengesi, NHDE

Mthatha Campus

Acting HoD: Professors: Prof. T.M. Jordan, M Compt. (SA) Prof. F.J. De Waal, CA (SA) P/T Prof. B.S. Stobie, CA (SA) P/T Prof. P. L. Sullivan, LLM (SA) P/T Ms. P. Danisa-Qwesha, CA (SA) Mr. M.L. Maso, CFA, FCIS (SA) Mr. K. Manalore, M Com (Univ. of Poona) Mr. S.M. Cyriac, M Com. PGDHRD

Senior Lecturer: Lecturers:

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DEPARTMENT OF AUDITING DIPLOMA IN INTERNAL AUDITING

Offered at Ibika, Potsdam, Queenstown and Zamukulungisa Sites

Qualification: Offering Type: 1.1 National Diploma in Internal Auditing Full Time

Rules and Regulations The possession of a National Higher Certificate (NHC) in Accountancy shall serve as the general admission requirement in all diplomas offered by the Department of Internal Auditing. 1.1.1 Entrance Requirements Applicants with a pass in all subjects offered at National Higher Certificate in Accountancy will meet the entrance requirements. 1.1.2 Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) Prior learning shall be recognized, subject to the requirement of each programme and as per WSU's recognition of prior learning policy. (RPL)

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Duration A one year diploma (1 yr)

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Exit Points A diploma after having completed the programme and obtained a minimum of 120 credits. A total of 10 instructional offerings consisting of 5 first semester, 5 second semester are required to complete diploma

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Module Categorisation for National Diploma in Internal Auditing

MODULE CODES FAC3011 TAX2011 INA3011 BIS2011 COP2001 FAX3022 TAX2022 INA3022 BIS2022 STA2002 CREDITS 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 120

MODULE Financial Accounting III Module I Taxation Module I Semester One Internal Auditing III Module I Business Information Systems Module I Corporate Procedures Financial Accounting III Module II Taxation II Semester Two Internal Auditing III Module II Business Information Systems Module II Statistics II Total Credits for both Semesters 1 & 2

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Articulation Vertical articulation, B-Tech in Internal Auditing.

B-TECH IN INTERNAL AUDITING Offered at Ibika and Potsdam Sites

Qualification: Offering Type: 1.1 Bachelor of Technology in Internal Auditing Potsdam ­ Part Time, Ibika - Full Time

Rules and Regulations The possession of an accounting related Diploma with relevant majors shall serve as the admission requirement for the programme. 1.1.1 Entrance Requirements Accounting related diploma with Financial Accounting III and Internal Auditing III or Auditing III. 1.1.2 Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) Prior learning shall be recognized, subject to the requirement of each programme and as per WSU's recognition of prior learning policy. (RPL)

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Duration A one year (full-time) and two years (part-time) degree.

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Exit Points B-Tech Degree after having completed the programme and obtained a minimum of 120 credits. A total of 10 instructional offerings are required to complete B-Tech.

1.4

Module Categorisation for B-Tech in Internal Auditing

MODULE MODULE CODE CREDITS Internal Auditing IV Module I INA4011 12 Internal Auditing IV Module INA4022 12 Management Accounting III Module I MAC3011 12 Management Accounting III Module II MAC3022 12 Financial Management IV Module I FIM4011 12 International Law INL4001 12 Advanced Management Communication Skills AMC2002 12 Information Systems Auditing ISA4002 12 ELECTIVES (One of the following, Subject to Demand and availability of staff) Research Methodology Module I & II REM1011 24 Co-operative Education REM1022 12 Financial Accounting IV 24 Total Credits 120

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Articulation Refer to relevant Department.

DEPARTMENT OF FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING NATIONAL HIGHER CERTIFICATE IN ACCOUNTANCY

Offered at Ibika, Potsdam, Queenstown and Zamukulungisa Site

Qualification: Offering Type: 1.1 National Higher Certificate in Accountancy Full Time

Rules and Regulations The possession of a National Senior Certificate (NSC) or its equivalent shall serve as the minimum admission requirement in all programmes offered by the School of Accounting. 1.1.1 Entrance Requirements Applicants with a National Senior Certificate (NSC), or its equivalent, rating of 3 or more in 4 recognised subjects, which must include English, Accounting, Mathematics or Maths Literacy, will meet minimum entrance requirements. All new first year students who have been accepted in this programme will be required to write a test to determine entry into: · either the extended programme, done over three years, or · the main stream programme done over two years. The final placement of students into the NHC: Accountancy or the Extended Programme will be made after considering both the results of the assessment tests and the grade 12 results.

(For more information on Extended Programmes refer to the information booklet on Extended Programmes)

1.1.2 Recognition Of Prior Learning (RPL) Prior learning shall be recognized, subject to the requirement of each programme and as per WSU's recognition of prior learning policy (RPL) 1.2 Duration Two years Higher Certificate (2 yrs) or Three years (3 yrs) for the Extended Programme.

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Exit Points A Higher Certificate after having completed the programme and obtained a minimum of 240 credits. A total of 20 instructional offerings consisting of 10 first level and 10 second level offerings are required to complete the National Higher Certificate.

1.4

Module Categorization for National Higher Certificate in Accountancy

MODULES MODULE CODES CREDITS

Year One Semester 1

Financial Accounting II Module I FAC1011 12

Entrepreneurial Skills ENT1001 12

Economics I Module 1 ECO1011 12

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Articulation Vertical articulation, Diploma in Cost & Management Accounting, Diploma in Internal Auditing or Diploma in Taxation.

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BACHELOR OF ACCOUNTING SCIENCE (B.Compt.) Offered at NMD Site - Mthatha Campus Only

Qualification: Offering Type: Bachelor of Accounting Science (B.Compt) Full Time

1.1

PURPOSE The overall purpose of the qualification is to prepare the student to practice as a Registered General Accountant on the second tier of the proposed four tier accounting structure in Southern Africa. Alternatively, the qualification entitles the student to enter the next level of the educational programme, leading to a qualification as a Chartered Accountant, i.e. CA (SA). 1.1.1 Minimum Entry Requirements The minimum admission requirement is a National Senior Certificate (NSC) with an achievement rating of 4 (50 ­ 59) or better in four subjects chosen from the designated list, coupled with an achievement rating of 2 (30 ­ 39). To register for Bachelor of Accounting Science (B-Compt) programme a student needs an Admission Point Score (APS) of 28 as well as National Senior Certificate with an achievement rating of 4 (50 ­ 59) in Mathematics and an achievement rating of 3 (40 ­ 49) or better in English. For the degree of Bachelor of Accounting Science (B-Compt), additional admission requirements can be obtained from the Department.

2.1

Assumption And Recognition of Prior Learning Learners who register for this programme will have passed grade 12 (NQF4) with a pass of at least 40% at higher grade or 50% at standard grade Matriculation Mathematics. For the degree of Bachelor of Accounting Science (B-Compt), additional admission requirements can be obtained from the Department.

3.1

Entry Points To Diploma and/or Degree Levels Entry into the diploma or degree levels will be available to those students who have attained the required credits for the previous level at WSU Economic Sciences Access Programme or its equivalent tertiary institution.

3.2 Minimum of Maximum Credits Students must pass courses to obtain a minimum of 120 credits per year, with a maximum of 360 after 3 years.

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Exit Level Outcomes 4.1 Specific outcomes

After completion of the programme, a learner will be able to practice as a Registered General Accounting, and continue towards tiers three and four of the proposed structure of the accounting in Southern Africa. 5. Assignments of Credits Students must pass courses to obtain a minimum of 120 credits per year, with a maximum of 360 after 3 years. 6. Module Categorisation for Bachelor of Accounting Science (B-Compt)

MODULES Fundamental Introduction to Information Systems Information Systems Applications Applied Statistics Statistics I English for Academic Purposes English for Academic Purposes Core Subjects Financial Accounting I Financial Accounting II Financial Accounting III Introduction to Business Management Management of the Enterprise Introduction to Microeconomics Introduction to Microeconomics Commercial Law I Commercial Law II Taxation III Managerial Accounting & Finance III Auditing III Students may choose as follows English for Academic Purposes Financial Accounting I Commercial Law Introduction to Business Management Management of the Enterprise Introduction to Microeconomics Introduction to Microeconomics ELS 1105 & 1205 ACC 1000 CLW 1101 & 1202 BMA 1101 BMA 1202 ECO 1101 ECO 1202 32 32 32 16 16 16 16 ACC 1000 ACC 2000 ACC 3000 BMA 1101 BMA 1202 ECO 1101 ECO 1202 CLW 1101 & 1202 CLW 2101 & 2202 TAX 3000 MAC 3000 AUD 3000 32 32 32 16 16 16 16 32 32 32 32 32 INS 2101 INS 2202 APS 1101 &1201 STA 1101 & 1201 ELS 1105 ELS 1205 16 16 32 32 8 8 MODULE CODES CREDITS

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Applied Statistics OR Statistics Financial Accounting II Commercial Law II Introduction to Information Systems Information Systems Applications Financial Accounting III Taxation III Managerial Accounting & Finance III Auditing III

APS 1101 & 1201 STA 1101 & 1201 ACC 2000 CLW 2101 & 2202 INS 2101 INS 2202 ACC 3000 TAX 3000 MAC 3000 AUD 3000

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Integrated Assessment 7.1 Forms Of Assessments Related To The Overall Purpose

On-going assessment during contact periods including assignments, tests, case studies, projects, tutorials and seminar presentations. 7.2 Forms Of Assessment Related To Specific Outcomes

Written examinations moderated by external examiners and submitted to professional bodies for approval. 8. Articulation Qualifying students will firstly, be able to continue, at accredited universities, to the Hons B Compt and CTA with the ultimate goal of having a professional Chartered Accounting qualification. Secondly, they will, if preferred, be able to specialize in areas such as Taxation or Auditing by registering at other tertiary institutions and/or professional institutes. 9. Criteria for the Registration of Assessors The minimum qualification is a Hons B Compt/CTA for assessing students at the Levels 1 and 2, and a CA or appropriate Masters for assessing students at degree level. 10. Moderation External examiners are selected from among both practitioners and academia, with linkages established at all levels with established universities to ensure standards will maintain articulation. NB: Although the pass rate in Accounting is 50 %, in order to progress to the next level a student must pass by at least 55 %.

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BACHELOR OF ACCOUNTING (BCA) Offered at NMD Site ­ Mthatha Campus Only

Qualification: Offering Type: Purpose The overall purpose of the qualification is to prepare the student to practice as a Registered General Accountant on the second tier of the proposed four tier accounting structure in Southern Africa. Alternatively, the qualification entitles the student to enter the next level of the educational programme, leading to a qualification as a Chartered Accountant, i.e. CA (SA). 1.1.1 Minimum Entry Requirements The minimum admission requirement is a National Senior Certificate (NSC) with an achievement rating of 4 (50 ­ 59) or better in four subjects chosen from the designated list, coupled with an achievement rating of 2 (30 ­ 39). To register for Bachelor of Accounting programme a student needs an Admission Point Score (APS) of 28 as well as National Senior Certificate with an achievement rating of 4(50- 59) in Mathematics and an achievements rating of 3(40 ­ 49) or better in English. For the degree of Bachelor of Accounting, additional admission requirements can be obtained from the Department. 1.1.2 Assumption And Recognition Of Prior Learning Learners who register for this programme will have passed grade 12 (NQF 4) with a pass of at least 40% at Higher Grade or 50% at Standard Grade Matriculation Mathematics. For the degree of Bachelor of Accounting, additional admission requirements can be obtained from the Department. 1.2 Entry Points to Diploma and/or Degree Levels Entry into the diploma or degree levels will be available to those students who have attained the required credits for the previous level at WSU Economic Sciences Access Programme or its equivalent tertiary institution. 1.3 Minimum or Maximum Credits Students must pass courses to obtain a minimum of 120 credits per year, with a maximum of 360 after 3 years. Bachelor of Accounting (BCA) Full Time

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Exit Level Outcomes 2.1 Specific Outcomes

After completion of the programme, a learner will be able to practice as a Registered General Accounting, and continue towards their three and four of the proposed structure of the accounting in Southern Africa. 3. Assignment of Credits Students must pass courses to obtain a minimum of 120 credits per year, with a maximum of 360 after three years. 4. Module categorization for Bachelor of Accounting (BCA)

MODULES Fundamentals Applied Statistics Statistics English for Academic Purposes English for Academic Purposes Core Subjects Financial Accounting I Financial Accounting II Financial Accounting III Introduction to Management Management of Enterprise Introduction to Microeconomics Introduction to Microeconomics Commercial Law I Commercial Law II Taxation III Managerial Accounting & Finance III Introduction to Information Systems Information Systems Applications Students may choose as follows English for Academic Purposes Financial Accounting I Commercial Law Introduction to Business Management Management of the Enterprise Introduction to Microeconomics Introduction to Microeconomics MODULE CODES APS 1101 & 1201 STA 1101 & 1201 ELS 1105 ELS 1205 ACC 1000 ACC 2000 ACC 3000 BMA 1101 BMA 1202 ECO 1101 ECO 1202 CLW 1101 & 1202 CLW 2101 & 2202 TAX 3000 MAC 3000 INS 2101 INS 2202 ELS 1105 & 1205 ACC 1000 CLW 1101 & 1202 BMA 1101 BMA 1202 ECO 1101 ECO 1202 CREDITS 32 32 8 8 32 32 32 16 16 16 16 32 32 32 32 16 16 16 32 32 16 16 16 16

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Applied Statistics OR Statistics Financial Accounting II Commercial Law II Introduction to Information Systems Information Systems Applications Financial Accounting III Taxation III Managerial Accounting & Finance III

APS 1101 & 1201 STA 1101 & 1201 ACC 2000 CLW 2101 & 2202 INS 2101 INS 2202 ACC 3000 TAX 3000 MAC 3000

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Integrated Assessment 5.1 Forms Of Assessments Related To The Overall Purpose

On-going assessment during contact periods including assignments, tests, case studies, projects, tutorials and seminar presentations. 5.2 Forms Of Assessment Related To Specific Outcomes

Written examinations moderated by external examiners and submitted to professional bodies for approval. 6. Articulation Qualifying students will firstly, be able to continue, at accredited universities, to the Hons B Compt and CTA with the ultimate goal being the professional Chartered Accounting qualification. Secondly, they will, if preferred, be able to specialize in areas such as Taxation or Auditing by registering at other tertiary institutions and/or professional institutes. 7. Criteria For The Registration Of Assessors The minimum qualification is an Hons B Compt/CTA for assessing students at the Levels 1 and 2, and a CA or appropriate Masters for assessing students at the degree level. 8. Moderation External examiners are selected from among both practitioners and academia, with linkages established at all levels with established universities to ensure standards will maintain articulation. NB: Although the pass rate in Accounting is 50 %, in order to progress to the next level a student must pass by at least 55 %.

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DEPARTMENT OF FINANCIAL INFORMATION SYSTEMS AND TAXATION National Higher Certificate in Financial Information Systems

Offered at Ibika, Potsdam, Queenstown and Zamukulungisa Sites

Qualification: Offering Type: 1.1 National Higher Certificate: Financial Information Systems Full Time

Rules and Regulations The possession of a National Senior Certificate (NSC) or its equivalent shall serve as the minimum admission requirement in all diploma programmes offered by the School of Accounting. 1.1.1 Entrance Requirements Applicants with NSC rating of 4 or more in 4 recognised subjects which must include English, Accounting or Mathematics/Maths Literacy. 1.1.2 Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) Prior learning shall be recognized, subject to the requirements of each programme and as per WSU's recognition of prior learning policy. (RPL)

1.2

Duration A two year Higher Certificate (2yrs).

1.3

Exit Points A Higher Certificate after having completed the programme and obtained a minimum of 240 credits. A total of 20 instructional offerings consisting of 10 first level and 10 second level offerings are required to complete the Higher Certificate.

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Module Categorisation for NHC Financial Information Systems

SUBJECTS Core Compulsory Financial Accounting I Module I FAC 1011 FIS1011 CLA 1001 BUC 1001 COM1001 12 12 12 12 12 Financial Information Systems I Module I Commercial Law for Accountants I Business Calculations Communication I SUBJECT CODES CREDITS

Level I Semester I

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Financial Accounting I Module II Financial Information Systems I Module II Cost Accounting I Module I Entrepreneurial Skills I Software Skills 1 Module I

FAC 1022 FIS 1022 CAC1002 ENT 1002 SOS 1012

12 12 12 12 12 120

Total Credits for Level I LEVEL II Financial Accounting II Module I Cost Accounting II Module I Financial Information Systems II Module I Auditing II Module I Software Skills I Module II FAC 2011 CAC 2011 FIS 2011 AUD 2011 SOS 1021 FIS 2022 FAC 2022 CAC 2022 AUD 2022 TAX 1002

Level II Semester I

12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 120 240

Financial Information Systems II Module II Level II Financial Accounting II Module II Semester II Cost Accounting II Module II Auditing II Module II Taxation I Level II Total Credits Total credits for both Level I & Level II:

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DIPLOMA IN FINANCIAL INFORMATION SYSTEMS

Offered at Ibika, Potsdam, Queenstown and Zamukulungisa Sites

Qualification: Offering Type: 1.1 National Diploma: Financial Information Systems Full Time

Rules and Regulations The possession of a National Higher Certificate (NHC) or its equivalent shall serve as the minimum admission requirement in all diploma programmes offered by the School of Accounting. 1.1.1 Entrance Requirements Applicants with a pass in all subjects offered at the Higher Certificate level will meet the entrance requirements.

1.2

Duration A one year diploma (1 yr)

1.3

Exit Points A National Diploma after having completed the programme and obtained a minimum of 120 credits. A total of 10 instructional offerings consisting of 5 first semester and 5 second semester offerings are required to complete the diploma.

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Module Categorisation for National Diploma in Financial Information Systems

MODULE CODES FAC 3011 FIS3011 MAC 3011 SOS 2011 TAX 2011 FAC 3022 FIS 3000 MAC 3022 SOS 2022 TAX 2022 CREDITS 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 120

MODULES Core Compulsory Financial Accounting III Module I Financial Information Systems III Module I Level I Management Accounting III Module I Semester I Software Skills II Module I Taxation II Module I Financial Accounting III Module II Financial Information Systems III Management Accounting III Module II Semester II Software Skills II Module II Taxation II Module II Level I Total Credits:

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Articulation Vertical articulation, B-Tech in Financial Information Systems.

NATIONAL DIPLOMA IN TAXATION Offered at Potsdam Site Only

Qualification: Offering Type: 1.1 National Diploma in Taxation Full Time

Rules and Regulations The possession of a National Higher Certificate (NHC) shall serve as the minimum admission requirement in all diploma programmes offered by the School of Accounting at third year level. 1.1.1 Entrance Requirements Applicants with a pass in all subjects offered at the National Higher Certificate level will meet the entrance requirements. 1.1.2 Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) Prior learning shall be recognized, subject to the requirements of each programme and as per WSU's recognition of prior learning policy. (RPL)

1.2

Duration One year diploma (1 yr).

1.3

Exit Points A diploma after having completed the programme and obtained a minimum of 120 credits. A total of 10 instructional offerings consisting of 5 first semester and 5 second semester offerings are required to complete the diploma.

1.4

Module Categorisation for National Diploma in Taxation

MODULE Core Compulsory Auditing III Module I Financial Accounting III Module I AUD 3011 FAC 3011 TAX 2011 MAC 3011 ADL 3011 12 12 12 12 12 MODULE CODES CREDITS

Semester 1

Taxation II Module I Management of Accounting III Module I Advance Law III Module I

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Auditing III Module II Financial Accounting III Module II Semester 2 Taxation II Module II Management of Accounting III Module II Advance Law III Module II Total Credits

AUD 3022 FAC 3022 TAX 2022 MAC 3022 ADL 3022

12 12 12 12 12 120

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Articulation Vertical articulation, B-Tech in Taxation.

DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING

NATIONAL DIPLOMA IN COST AND MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING Offered at Ibika, Potsdam, Queenstown & Zamukulungisa Sites

Qualification: Offering Type: 1.1 National Diploma in Cost & Management Accounting Full Time

Rules and Regulations The possession of a National Higher Certificate (NHC) shall serve as the minimum admission requirement in all diploma programmes offered by the School of Accounting. 1.1.1 Entrance requirements Applicants with a pass in all subjects offered at the Higher Certificate level will meet the entrance requirements. 1.1.2 Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) Prior learning shall be recognized, subject to the requirements of each programme and as per WSU's recognition of prior learning policy. (RPL)

1.2

Duration A one year diploma 1(yr)

1.3

Exit Points A diploma after having completed the programme and obtained a minimum of 120 credits. A total of 10 instructional offering consisting of 5 first semester and 5 second semester offerings are required to complete the diploma.

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Module Categorisation for National Diploma in Cost & Management Accounting

MODULES Core compulsory Financial Accounting III Module I Taxation II Module I Organisational Management III Module I Management Accounting III Module I Research Methodology Financial Accounting III Module II Taxation Module II Organisational Management III Module II Management Accounting III Module II Corporate Procedure MODULE CODES FAC 3011 TAX 2011 ORM 3011 MAC 3011 REM 1001 FAC 3022 TAX 2022 ORM 3022 MAC 3022 COP 2002 CREDITS 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 120

Semester 1

Semester 2

Total Credits

1.5

Articulation Vertical articulation, B-Tech in Cost and Management Accounting.

B-TECH IN COST AND MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING Offered at Ibika (FT) & Potsdam (PT) Sites

Qualification: Offering Type: 1.1 B-Tech in Cost & Management Accounting. Full Time & Part Time

Rules and Regulations The possession of an accounting relevant diploma with relevant majors shall serve as the minimum admission requirement for this programmes offered by the School of Accounting. 1.1.1 Entrance Requirements An accounting related Diploma with Financial Accounting III and Cost and Management Accounting III. 1.1.2 Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) Prior learning shall be recognized, subject to the requirements of each programme and as per WSU's recognition of prior learning policy. (RPL)

1.2

Duration A one year qualification (1yr) full time or two years (2 yrs) part-time.

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Exit Points A B-Tech degree after having completed the programme and obtained a minimum of 120 credits. A total of 11 instructional offerings are required to complete the degree.

1.4

Module Categorisation for B-Tech in Cost & Management Accounting

MODULES MODULE CODES CREDITS Core Compulsory Business Strategy II BST 2001 12 Financial Management IV Module I FIM 4011 12 Financial Management IV Module II FIM 4022 12 Financial Reporting IV Module I FIR 4011 12 Financial Reporting IV Module II FIR 4022 12 Management Accounting IV Module I MAC 4011 12 Management Accounting IV Module II MAC 4022 12 Systems and Project Management IV Module I SPM 4011 12 Systems and Project Management IV Module II SPM 4022 12 Electives ( One of the following subject to demand and availability of staff) Research Methodology Module I & II REM 1011 12 ELECTIVES Co-operative Education COE 1022 12

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SCHOOL OF ECONOMIC AND MANAGEMENT SCIENCES Departments:

· Department of Economics · Department of Business Management · Department of Management Studies · Department of Office Management and Technology · Department of People Development

Vision:

To become a leading School in the Eastern Cape Province and beyond, capable of producing a new generation of competent graduates with skills, knowledge and attitudes to enable them to respond to local and global needs.

Mission:

In pursuit of its vision, the School will: · Provide relevant, market-driven and career-focused professional programmes that address rural development and urban renewal with primary emphasis on science, technology and development studies through teaching and learning, community partnership and research; · Create a new generation of highly-skilled graduates capable of understanding and addressing complex societal challenges with critical scholarly and entrepreneurial attributes grounded on morally sound work ethics and responsible leadership.

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School of Economic and Management Sciences Director of School

Mrs. B. Nguza-Mduba, MBL (UNISA) Email: Tel No: Fax No: [email protected] 047 ­ 401 6204 047 ­ 401 6284

Directory Secretary ­ Vacant

Tel No: Fax No: 047 ­ 401 6334 047 ­ 401 6284

CONTACT DETAILS BUFFALO CITY Potsdam Site

Tel No: Fax No: 043 - 708 5277 043 ­ 708 5276

BUTTERWORTH CAMPUS Ibika Site

Tel No: Fax No: 047 ­ 401 6011 047 ­ 401 6284

MTHATHA CAMPUS NMD Site

Tel No: Fax No: 047 ­ 502 2564 047 ­ 502 2563

Zamukulungisa Site

Tel No: Fax No: 047 - 501 1483 047 - 537 0169

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SCHOOL STAFF INFORMATION DEPARTMENT OF BUSINESS MANAGEMENT NMD Site - Mthatha Campus

Acting HoD & Senior Lecturer : Mr. T.M. Roxo, MA (City University of New York) Senior Lecturer Lecturer : Dr. S. Rajkaran, D Ed (WSU) : Dr. W. Mutyaba, PhD (Sukhadia Univ. India) : Mr. S.M.T Koto, MBA (Scotland)

DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMICS NMD Site - Mthatha Campus

Acting HoD & Senior Lecturer : Mrs. T.B. Ndlwana, MA (City University of New York) Senior Lecturers Lecturers : Mrs. T.M. Dlova, MA (Manchester Mr. S.A. Mpambani, M Sc (London) : Mrs. F. Mpopoma - Conway,Hons B Com: Economics (UNITRA) Mr. A. Ngqaka,Hons B Com: Economics (UNITRA)

DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT STUDIES Buffalo City Campus

HoD Office Administrator Associate Director Lecturers : Vacant : Mrs. F. Saffa, ND: Bus. Comp. (BT) : Ms J. M Masiza, MBA (Jackson State Univ.) : Mrs. R. Stofile, M Com (NMMU) Ms. K. Mdala-Zulu, B Com Hons (UFH) Mr. L. Majova, B Com Hons (UNITRA) : Ms. V Mgcoyi, B Com (UFH)

Junior Lecturer

Ibika Campus

Acting HoD & Senior Lecturer : Mrs. T.M. Mdledle, M-Tech: Entrepreneurship (DUT) Office Administrator : Ms N. Ntshangana, B-Tech: Marketing (WSU)

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Senior Lecturers

: Mr. J. Nel, MBA (Univ. of Texas, USA) Mr. N. Zitumane, M.Com (MANCOSA) Mrs. N. V Nqebelele, M-Tech: Entrepreneurship (DUT) : Mr. T. Qotoyi, Masters: IR (NMMU) Mr. P. Bwowe, M: B.Admin (NMMU) Mr. M. Macutwana, MBA (MANCOSA) Ms. N. L Nogaga, BA Hons (Univ. of Venda) Mr. A Silinga, B Com (UNITRA) Mrs. N. Gwazela, B-Tech: Pub. Mgt (TSA) Mr. M. Tini, B-Tech: HRM (BT) Mrs. S. Majova, Masters: IR (NMMU) Ms. P. P. Moshesh, B-Tech: HRM (UNISA) Mr. M. Ningiza, B-Tech: Mgt (UNISA) Mr. L. Mbetshu, B.Comm Hons (NMMU) Ms. N. P Pukwana, B.Comm Hons (UNITRA) Ms. N. Buso, B-Tech: HRD (UNISA)

Lecturers

DEPARTMENT OF OFFICE MANAGEMENT & TECHNOLOGY Potsdam Site

HoD Lecturers : Vacant : Ms. K. Strydom, MBA (NMMU) Ms. L. Nash, B-Tech: Comm. Admin (BT) Ms. H. Graetz, HDE (Commerce) UCT

Ibika Campus

Lecturers : Mr. A.A Jobodwana, B-Tech: PSE (Wits Tech) Mr. R. Mcunukelwa, B-Tech: PSE (ECT) Ms. P. Mefi, B-Tech: OMT (DUT) : Ms. N. Sambatha, B-Tech: Mgt (UNISA)

Lab Technician

Zamukulungisa Campus

Office Administrator Acting HoD & Lecturer Lecturer Lab Assistant : Mrs. N. Tantsi, ND: OMT (WSU) : Mr. L.M. Mguli, MBA (MANCOSA)L : Mrs. T. Moleko, B-Tech: Bus. Admin (UNISA) : N. Jacobs, ND: IT (ECT)

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DEPARTMENT OF PEOPLE DEVELOPMENT Buffalo City Campus

HoD Office Administrator : Vacant : Nancy N. Njoli, ND: IT (WSU)

Human Resources Management

Senior Lecturers Lecturers : Mr. B. G Schultz, MBA (Heriot-Watt Univ.) Ms. B. Hobololo, M. Admin (UFH) : Mrs. N. P. Ntanjana, M. Admin (NMMU) Mr. M. Nazo, B-Tech: HRM (BT) Mr. S. Ngaka, B-Tech: HRM (BT) Mr. J. Parsley, B-Tech: HRM (TSA)

Management of Training

Senior Lecturer Lecturer : Mr. S. Mgudlwa, Masters HR & IR (Univ. of Newcastle) : Mr. S. Horne, M-Tech: HRD (UNISA)

DEPARTMENT OF BUSINESS MANAGEMENT BACHELOR OF COMMERCE (GENERAL) - BCG Offered at NMD Site - Mthatha Campus Only

Qualification: Offering Type: 1.1 Purpose The overall purpose of the qualification is to prepare the student for a general introduction to the world of commerce and business. Alternatively, the qualification entitles the student to enter the next level of the educational programme. 1.1.1 Minimum Entry Requirements The minimum admission requirement is a National Senior Certificate (NSC) with an achievement rating of 4 (50- 59%) or better in four subjects chosen from the designated list, coupled with an achievement rating of 2 (30 ­ 39%) for the LOLT. Bachelor of Commerce (General) Full Time

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To register for B.Com (General) programme a student needs an Admission Point Score (APS) of 28 as well as National Senior Certificate with an achievement rating of 4 (50 ­ 59%) in Mathematics and an achievement rating of 3 (40 ­ 49%) or better in English. 1.1.2 Assumption and Recognition of Prior Learning Learners who register for this programme will have passed grade 12 (NQF 4) with a pass of at least 40% at Higher Grade or 50% at Standard Grade Matriculation Mathematics. Alternatively, entrance will be granted to those who have successfully completed the Economics Sciences Access Programme. Those learners who do not have grade 12 pass will be accepted into the programme through the access programme provided that they have at least five years work experience in the relevant field and satisfy the institution's Policy on Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL).

1.1.3

Entry Points to Diploma and/or Degree Levels

Entry into diploma or degree levels will be available to those students who have attained the required credits of the previous level at WSU or its equivalent from another tertiary institution. 1.1.4 Minimum or Maximum Credits

Students must pass a course to obtain a minimum of 120 credits per year, with a maximum of 360 after 3 years. 2. Exit Level Outcomes Specific Outcomes After completion of the programme, a learner will be able to perform a wide variety of skills in the commercial field. 3. Subject Categorisation for Bachelor of Commerce (General)

MODULES Core Compulsory Financial Accounting I Introduction to Management Management of the Enterprise Introduction to Microeconomics Introduction to Macroeconomics Applied Statistics OR Statistics I Electives (One course of two modules only) MODULE CODES ACC 1000 BMA 1101 BMA 1202 ECO 1101 ECO 1202 APS 1101 & 1201/ STA 1101 & 1201 CREDITS 32 16 16 16 16 32

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Commercial Law I Human Resources Provisioning Human Resource Provisioning II Career Psychology I Fundamentals of Human Behaviour Introduction to Public Administration Public Sector Management Skills

CLW 1101 & 1202 IPY 1101 IPY 1201 IPY 1203 IPY 1214 PAD 1101 PAD 1203

32 8 8 8 8 16 16

Core Compulsory As laid down by each department concerning modules required for each choice of specialization Principles of Management Operations Management Introduction to Microeconomics Mathematical Economics Introduction to Macroeconomics Development Economic Financial Accounting II Statistics II Commercial Law II Maintenance of Human Resources Organisational Behaviour Human Resource Development Industrial Relations Public Policy Management Public Sector Financial Management Organisational Theory, Analysis, Dev. & Mgt Public Human Resource Management Introduction to Local Government Sector Local Governance Introduction to Information Systems Information Systems Applications Core & Electives (At least 3 of the following, 2 of which must be at level 3) Marketing Management Financial Management Economic Theory International Finance International Trade BMA 2101 BMA 2202 ECO 2102 ECO 2103 ECO 2203 ECO 2204 ACC 2000 STA2101 & 2202 CLW 2101 & 2202 IPY 2101 IPY 2102 IPY 2201 IPY 2202 PAD 2102 PAD 2103 PAD 2203 PAD 2204 MAD 2102 MAD 2204 INS 2101 INS 2202 16 16 12 4 12 4 32 32 32 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 16 16 16 16

Level II CORE COMPULSORY

Electives (All the modules required for any two courses)

Level II ELECTIVES

Level III

BMA 3101 BMA 3202 ECO 3101 ECO 3102 ECO 3103

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Statistics Commercial Law Financial Accounting III Maintenance of Human Resources Organisational Behaviour Human Resources Development Industrial Relations Consumer Behaviour Industrial Counselling Career Psychology Auditing Managerial Accounting & Finance Taxation Econometrics Public Finance Research Methods Public Sector Mgt Strategies & Techniques Policy Processes for Local Government Local Government Finance

Level III continued

STA 3101 & 3202 CLW 2101 & 2202 OR CLW 3101 & 3202 ACC 3000 IPY 2101 IPY 2102 IPY 2201 IPY 3101 IPY 3102 IPY 3201 IPY 3202 AUD 3000 MAC 3000 TAX 3000 ECO 3105 ECO 3201 PAD 3102 PAD 3204 MAD 3103 MAD 3204

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32 16 16 8 16 16 8 8 32 32 32 8 8 16 16 16 16

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Integrated Assessment 4.1 Forms of Assessment Related To The Overall Purpose. On-going assessment in contact periods including assignments, tests, case studies, projects, tutorials and seminar presentations. 4.2 Forms of Assessment Related To Specific Outcomes Written examination, moderated by external examiners and submitted to professional bodies for approval where necessary.

5.

Articulation Qualifying students will be able to continue at WSU or at other equivalent higher educational institutions, to postgraduate programmes where they may specialize in areas such as Financial Accounting, Business Management, Economics, Industrial Psychology or Statistics.

6.

Criteria for the Registration Of Assessors The minimum academic qualification is an Hons degree for assessing students at levels 1 and 2 and an appropriate Masters for assessing students at the degree level.

7.

Moderation External examiners are selected from among both practitioners and academia, with linkages established at all levels with established universities to ensure standards will maintain articulation.

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B COM HONS (BUSINESS MANAGEMENT) Offered at NMD Site ­ Mthatha Campus Only

Qualification: Offering Type: 1. B Com Hons (Business Management) Full Time & Part Time

Overall Purpose of the Qualification This is a one year full-time or two years part time post graduate career oriented programme. It equips learners for a career in Management, Marketing, Finance, Research, Human Resources, Entrepreneurship and any other related business function. Entrance Requirements Assumption And Recognition of Prior Learning Students who register for this programme must have B Com Degree majoring in Business Management. Ideally students should have an average of at least 60% in Business Management III. Alternatively students with less than 60% may be required to undertake a project before commencing with the programme. This requirement will be left to the discretion of the Department. Entry Points B Com Degree from any recognized institution. Exit Points An Honours degree after having completed the programme and obtained a minimum of 160 credits

2.

Specific Exit Level Outcomes After completion of the programme, a learner will be able to practise as a Functional or a General Manager in disciplines undertaken for the degree. They will gain leadership skills and be able to conduct research independently. They will also be empowered in decision-making and problem-solving skills.

3.

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Subject Categorisation for B Com Hons (Business Management)

MODULE CODES BMA 4101 BMA 4102 BMA 4103 BMA 4104 BMA 4105 BMA 4106 BMA 4107 BMA 4108 BMA 4109 BMA 4110 BMA 4111 BMA 4211 BMA 4212 BMA 4213 BMA 4214 BMA 4215 BMA 4216 BMA 4217 BMA 4218 CREDITS 32 32 32 32 32 32 32 32 32 32 32 32 32 32 32 32 32 32

MODULES Electives Advanced Management Topics Strategic Management Human Resources Management International Management Advanced Marketing Management Advertising Management Marketing Research Retail Management Sales Management Services Marketing and Marketing Advanced Financial Management Credit Management Investment Management Operations Management Project Management Entrepreneurship Tourism Management Capita Selecta Research Project (Topic to be selected in consultation with Head of Department)

5.

Integrated Assessment On-going assessment will be conducted by means of assignments, tests, seminar presentation and projects.

6.

Articulation Qualifying students will be able to proceed to a Masters level at Walter Sisulu University or at any other accredited higher learning institution.

7.

Criteria for the Registration of Assessors All assessors must be in possession of at least a Masters degree and preferably also be registered with relevant professional bodies.

8.

Moderation External examiners who are experts in their field will be appointed.

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DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMICS Bachelor of Commerce in Economics ­ BComm (Eco)

1.1 Purpose The purpose of the study programme leading to B. Comm. Economics degree is to offer education in economics aimed at developing students' analytical, economic and research skills, preparing them for professional work as economists, and researchers as well as policy advisors in industry, commerce, public and private sectors. 1.1.1 Minimum Entry Requirements (2010) The minimum admission is a National Senior Certificate (NSC) for degree purposes with an achievement rating of 4 (50 -59%) or better in four subjects chosen from the designated list, coupled with an achievement rating of 2 (30 -39%) for the LOLT. To register for B.Comm. Economics programme, a student needs an Admission Point Score (APS) of 28 as well as National Senior Certificate with an achievement rating of 4 (50 - 59%) in Mathematics NOT Maths Literacy and an achievement rating of 3 (40-49) or better in English.

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NSC Rating NSC% EMS's APC EMS' APS% EMS' APS for Maths and English EMS; APS for LO 890 ­ 100% 8+2 =10 8/2=4 780 ­ 100% 780 ­ 89% 7+2=9 7/2=3.5 670 ­ 79% 670 ­ 79% 6+2=8 6/2=3 560 ­ 69% 560 ­ 69% 5+2=7 5/2=2.5 450 - 59% 450 ­ 59% 42 340 ­ 49% 340 ­ 49% 31 230 ­ 39% 230 ­ 39% 1 10 -29% 10 -29%

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1.1.2 Assumption and Recognition of Prior Learning Learners who register for this programme will have passed grade 12(NQF 4) with a pass of at least 40% at higher grade or 50% at standard grade Matriculation Mathematics. Alternatively, entrance will be granted to those who have successfully completed the Economics Sciences Access Programme. Those learners who do not have grade 12 pass will be accepted into the programme through the access programme provided that they have at least five years work experience in the relevant field. 1.1.3 Entry Points to Diploma and Degree Levels Entry into diploma or degree levels will be available to those students who have attained the required credits of the previous level at WSU or its equivalent tertiary institution. 1.4 Minimum or Maximum Credits

Students must pass a course to obtain a minimum of 120 credits per year, with a maximum of 392 after 3 years. 2. Exit Level Outcomes Specific Outcomes Learners will be able to: · obtain a strong grasp of the fundamentals of economics from an elementary to advanced level. · apply skills to understand problems of resource allocation, micro, industrial, labour, developmental, environmental and macro economic issues in South Africa and other countries, and seek solutions. · gain understanding of the domestic economic relations and links with the external world. · conduct research in economic, development and related areas. · gain employment as an Economist, Econometricians, Researchers, Consultants and policy makers in the private and public sectors. · to prepare students for entry to an appropriate post graduate programme in economics.

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Module Categorisation for Bachelor of Commerce in Economics (B. Comm. Eco)

MODULES FUNDAMENTALS Applied Statistics Statistics I English for Academic Purposes English for Academic Purposes Computer Literacy FIRST YEAR Introduction to Microeconomics Introduction to Macroeconomics Accounting I Introduction to Business Management Management of the Enterprise ELECTIVES APS 1101 & 1201 STA 1101 & 1202 ELS 1105 ELS 1205 CLT 1101 & 1201 ECO 1101 ECO 1202 ACC 1000 BMA 1101 BMA 1202 32 32 16 16 16 16 16 32 16 16 MODULE CODES CREDITS

Fundamentals

First Year

First Year Electives

Commercial Law I Public Administration Computer Science Statistics I Introduction to Business Management Management of the Enterprise SECOND YEAR Micro Economics Mathematical Economics Labour Economics Political Economy Semester Two Macro Economics Development Economics Health Economics Environmental Economics Applied Statistics/Statistics I

CLW 1101 & 1202 PAD 1101 CS 1101 & 1201 STA 1101 & 1201 BMA 1101 BMA 1202 ECO 2102 ECO 2103 ECO 2108 ECO 2109 ECO 2203 ECO 2204 ECO 2211 ECO 2213 APS 1101 & 1201

32 16 32 32 16 16 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 32

Second Year Semester 1

Second Year Semester 2

Electives (Choose one elective from the list, at least 32 credits) Electives Commercial Law II Statistics II Principles of Management Operations Management Computer Science II Third Year Semester One Economic Theory International Trade Introduction to Econometrics Monetary Economics ECO 3101 ECO 3103 ECO 3105 ECO 3206 8 8 8 8 CLW 2101 & 2202 STA 2101 & 2201 BMA 2101 BMA 2202 CS 2101 & 2102 32 32 16 16 32

Third Year Semester 1

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Public Economics Agricultural Development Economics Cost Benefit Analysis Applied Econometrics

ECO 3210 ECO 3214 ECO 3215 ECO 3216

8 8 8 16

Electives

ELECTIVES: Choose one Level from the list Commercial Law III CLW 3101 & 3202 Marketing Management BMA 3101 Financial Management BMA 3202 Labour Economics ECO 2108

32 16 16 32

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Types of Assessment 4.1 Assessment Related To The Overall Purpose

On-going assessment in contact periods including assignments, tests, projects and case studies. 4.2 Assessment Related To Specific Outcomes

Written examinations, moderated by external examiners.

5.

Articulation Possibilities Generic Articulation Qualifying learners will have access to research organizations and to a variety of graduate programmes at other South African institutions of higher learning and research institutes, as well as overseas centres. Specific Articulation Qualifying learners will have access to various programmes at WSU and elsewhere, subject to disciplinary requirements.

6.

Registration of Assessors Minimum Criteria For Registration Of Assessors Masters degree in relevant field of specilisation.

7.

Moderation External examiners who are experts in their relevant fields will be appointed.

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POST-GRADUATE PROGRAMMES IN ECONOMICS HONOURS Offered at NMD Site - Mthatha Campus Only

Qualification: Offering Type: 1.1 Hons B Com (Economics) Full Time/Part Time

Overall Purpose of the Qualification The aim of the qualification is to develop the applied competence of the students on an advanced level in the acquisition, analysis, interpretation and application of economic principles and methods. The programme will prepare students to reflect on their own economical applications to assess the effect thereof in the context of Economics as a social science and prepare them for further study in Economics as a Science.

1.2

Entrance Requirements 1.2.1 Assumption and Recognition of Prior Learning Students taking Honours courses in Economics will be expected to grasp work, normally demanding proficiency in Mathematics at Matriculation higher level. A major in Economics in B Com or B degree is a pre-requisite and should have average of 60% in Economics III or above. On its own discretion, the department may consider students who do not obtain the required minimum. 1.2.2 Entry Points A B Com or B degree from any recognized institution. 1.2.3 Exit Points An Honours degree after having completed the programme and obtaining a minimum of 120 credits.

2.

Specific Exit Level Outcomes On completion, learners may practice as professional Economists, Academics or Analysts in private or public sectors. Should be able to contribute or influence the policy making process in general in the economy.

3.

Assignment of Credits The course consists of: · a weekly seminar on Contemporary Economic Issues · a minimum of 120 with a maximum of 140 · a project paper or mini-dissertation is compulsory.

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A student may choose as follows: 4. Module Categorisation for B Com Hons (Economics)

MODULE CODES ECO 4101 ECO 4102 ECO 4104 ECO 4212 ECO 4103 ECO 4204 ECO 4208 ECO 4209 ECO 4201 ECO 4206 ECO 4207 CREDITS 32 32 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16

MODULES Advanced Microeconomics Advanced Macroeconomics Econometrics Research Project Electives (Choose two modules) Advanced International Economics Advanced Development Economics Agricultural Development Economics Public Finance Cost Benefit Analysis Monetary Economic Advanced Labour Economics

5.

Integrated Assessment Forms Of Assessment Related To The Overall Purpose On-going assessment will be conducted by means of assignment, tests, seminar presentations and projects. Forms Of Assessment Related To Specific Outcomes

6.

Articulation Qualifying students will be able to continue, at other accredited institutions, with the M Com programme.

7.

Criteria for the Registration of Assessors All assessors must be in possession of at least a Masters degree and also be registered with relevant professional associations.

8.

Moderation External examiners who are experts in their relevant fields will be appointed.

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DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT STUDIES DIPLOMA IN ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT Offered at Potsdam Site Only

Qualification: Offering Type: 1.1 National Diploma: Administrative Management Full Time

Rules and Regulations The possession of a National Senior Certificate (NSC) or its equivalent shall serve as the general admission requirement in all programmes offered by the Department. 1.1.1 Entry Requirements A National Senior Certificate (NSC) achievement rating of at least 3 (40-49%) for English as home language or 4 (50 -59%) as an additional language. A NSC with a rating of 3 or more in four recognised subjects The following secondary education subjects will be an added advantage: · Accounting with an achievement rating of at least 3 (40 ­ 49%) · Business Studies with an achievement rating of at least 3 (40 -4 9%) · Economics with a achievement rating of at least 3 (40 ­ 49%)

1.1.2 Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)

Prior learning shall be recognized, subject to the requirement of each programme and as per WSU's recognition of prior learning policy. (RPL) 1.2 Duration 3 Years on full time basis. 1.3 Exit Points A diploma after having completed the programme and obtained a minimum of 360 credits. A total of 14 instructional offerings consisting of 5 first-year level offerings; 5 second-level offerings and 4 third level offerings are required to complete the diploma.

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Subject Categorisation for National Diploma in Administrative Management

SUBJECTS Administrative Management I Business Management I Organisational Effectiveness I Personnel Management I Communication In English Administrative Management II Business Management II Personnel Management II Organisational Effectiveness II End-User Computing Administrative Management III Business Management III Administrative Practice III Personnel Management III Economics I SUBJECT CODES ADM1110 BUM1110 ORE1110 PEM1110 ENA1110 ADM2110 BUM2110 PEM2110 ORE2110 EUC1110 ADM3110 BUM3110 ADP3110 PEM3110 ECN1120 CREDITS 33 22 33 22 10 33 22 22 33 10 30 22 34 22 34

Year 1

Year 2

Year 3

1.5

Articulation Vertical articulation; B-Tech in Administrative Management; Postgraduate Diploma in Management or Masters in Business Administration. Horizontally a student can move to a Diploma in Human Resources Management.

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DIPLOMA IN MANAGEMENT Offered at Ibika, Potsdam & Zamukulungisa Sites

Qualification: Offering Type: 1.1 National Diploma in Management Full Time

Rules and Regulation The possession of a National Senior Certificate (NSC) or its equivalent shall serve as a general admission requirement for all diploma programmes offered by the Department. 1.1.1 Entrance Requirements A Senior Certificate or its equivalent qualification with a minimum of a: · E Symbol in English HG; · A pass in mathematics (SG or HG) Recommended subjects are Economics, Accounting and Business Economics.

2.

Duration 3 years Full Time

3.

Exit Point Diploma in Management after 3 years with 360 credits (120 credits in each year). Experiential training is not a pre-requisite; however, students are encouraged to make individual effort towards exposure to industry. The department will facilitate this exercise.

4.

Subject Categorisation for National Diploma in Management

SUBJECTS Management I Administrative Management I Financial Accounting I Module I Financial Accounting Module II Communication: Business Administration I End-User Computing I Management II Financial Management II Module I Financial Management Module II or Administrative Management II Economics I Production Management I SUBJECT CODES MGNT110 ADM1110 FAC1A13 FAC1B14 COMB110 EUC1110 MGNT210 FAC2A13 FAC2B14 ADM2110 ECN1120 PMA1110 CREDITS 24 24 12 12 24 24 24 12 12 24 24 24

Year 1

Year 2

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Management III Financial Management III Module I Financial Management III Module II Administrative Management III Organisational Effectiveness I Mercantile Law I

MGNT310 FIM3A13 FIM3B14 ADM3110 ORE1110 MLW1110

24 12 12 24 24 24

B-TECH: MANAGEMENT Offered at Potsdam & Ibika Sites

Qualification: Offering Type:

B-Tech: Management Part Time

1.1

Rules and Regulations The possession of any National Diploma, or its equivalent NQF 360 credits, shall serve as the general admission requirement for this B-Tech degree. 1.1.1 Entry Requirements A pass in a relevant Diploma with 360 credits

2.

Duration 1 year part time

3.

Subject Categorisation for B-Tech in Management

SUBJECTS Production Management II Management IV Administrative Management IV OR Financial Management IV Module I Financial Management IV Module II Research Methodology SUBJECT CODES PMA2110 MGNT410 ADM4110 FIM4A13 FIM4B14 REMA110 SUBJECT CREDITS 30 30 30 15 15 30

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B- TECH: BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Offered at College Street Campus

Qualification: Offering Type: 1.1 B-Tech: Business Administration Part Time

Rules and Regulations The possession of any National Diploma, or its equivalent NQF 360 credits, shall serve as the general admission requirement for this B-Tech degree. 1.1.1 Entrance Requirements In addition to the general admission requirement for this B-Tech degree students are required to have: · Two years working experience on any level (CV to be attached to application for consideration) · Students who graduated in the previous year, with no work experience may be considered, if They have an overall average of 65%, and They are successful during the student/lecturer interview. 1.1.2 Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) Prior learning shall be recognized, subject to the requirement of each programme and as per WSU's recognition of prior learning policy. (RPL)

1.2

Duration A one year B-Tech, is done over two years in the evenings or on block basis.

1.3

Exit Points The B-Tech: Business Admission shall be awarded after having completed the programme and obtained a minimum of180 credits. A total of 10 instructional offerings consisting of 6 first-year offerings; and 4 second-year offerings are required to complete B-Tech: Business Administration.

1.4

Modules Categorisation for B-Tech: Business Administration

MODULES MODULE CODES CREDITS FAA4113 LRL2113 MMA3113 20 16 18

Year 1 Semester I

Financial Accounting Aspects IV Labour Relations & Law II Marketing Management III

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Year 1 Semester 2 Year 2 Semester I Optional Year 2 Semester 2 Optional

Financial Management IV Management Accounting Aspects IV Human Resources Management II Management Economics III Management Information Systems II Research Methodology Production & Purchasing Management II Management Practice IV Research Methodology

FIM4114 MAA4114 HRM2114 MAE3113 MIS2113 REMT413 PRPM214 MAP4114 REMP414

20 20 16 20 16 20 16 18 20

NB: Research Methodology is an optional instructional offering, but it is essential for students who wish to pursue masters and doctoral studies in future. 1.5 Articulation Vertical articulation; Masters in Business Administration, etc. Horizontally a student can move to a B-Tech in Management or similar.

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DEPARTMENT OF OFFICE MANAGEMENT AND TECHNOLOGY DIPLOMA IN OFFICE MANAGEMENT AND TECHNOLOGY Offered at Ibika, Potsdam & Zamukulungisa Sites

Qualification: Offering Type: 1. National Diploma: Office Management & Technology Full Time & Part Time

Rules and Regulations The possession of National Senior Certificate (NSC) or its equivalent shall serve as a general admission requirement in all programmes offered by the Department of Office Management and Technology.

1.1 Entrance Requirements NSC achievement rating of at least 3 (40-49%) for English as a home language or 4 (50 -59%) as an additional language. CAT (Computer Application Technology) with a minimum rating of 4 (50-59%) Must be able to blind type at a minimum speed of 20 wpm. School reserves the right to conduct a typing test. NSC with a rating of 3 or more in 4 recognised subjects. The following School subjects will be an added advantage: · · · · Accounting 3 (40 - 49%) Business Studies 3 (40 ­ 49%) Information Technology 3 (40 ­ 49%) Economics 3 (40 ­ 49%)

Students who do not meet the typing requirements will be put into a one year Extension programme at Potsdam site only. 1.2 Recognition of Prior Learning Prior learning shall be recognized, subject to the requirements of each programme and as per WSU's recognition of prior learning (RPL). 2. Duration Three years for the diploma. 3. Exit Point A diploma after having completed the programme and obtained a minimum of 360 credits. A total of 12 instructional offerings consisting of 6 first level, 4 second level and 2 third year level offerings are required to complete diploma. Exit at NQF Level 6.

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Subject Categorisation for National Diploma Office Management & Technology

SUBJECTS SUBJECT CODES CREDITS Core Compulsory Information Administration I IAD1110 36 Business Administration I BAD1110 36 Communication I COMM110 16 Electives (Choose any two from the following) Legal Practice I LEP1110 16 Year One Mercantile Law I MLW1110 16 Financial Accounting I Module I FAC1B23 8 Financial Accounting Module II FAC1B24 8 Level I Total Credits 120 Information Administration II IAD2110 36 Year Two Business Administration II BAD2110 36 Communication II COMM210 16 Electives (Choose any one from the following offerings not previously taken) Legal Practice I or II LEP1110/2110 16 Personnel Management I or II PEM1110/2110 16 Mercantile Law I or II MLW1110/2110 16 Electives Financial Accounting I or II FAC1B23/1B24 16 FAC2A13/2B14 Level II Total Credits 120 Year Three Core Compulsory Information Administration III IAD3110 40 Business Administration III BAD3110 40 Office Management Practice I OMT1110 24 PEM2110/ Legal Practice II or Personnel Management II 16 LEP2110 Level III Total Credits 120

5.

Articulation On graduation may proceed to B-Tech in Office Management and Technology.

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EXTENSION PROGRAMME IN OFFICE MANAGEMENT AND TECHNOLOGY Offered at Potsdam Site Only

Offering Type: Full Time For those students who do not meet the typing requirements Subjects: Compulsory

· Introduction to Word Processing · Financial Record Keeping · Communication Plus any one of the following offerings: · Legal Practice I · Personnel Management I

1.

Duration One year (1 yr)

2.

Articulation Learner proceeds to Diploma in Office Management and Technology

3.

Policies Refer to relevant department.

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DEPARTMENT OF PEOPLE DEVELOPMENT DIPLOMA IN HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT Offered at Ibika, Potsdam, College Street, Zamukulungisa & Queenstown Sites

Qualification: Offering Type: 1.1 National Diploma in Human Resources Management Full Time & Part Time

Entrance Requirements Grade 12 (NQF 4) commercial subjects with a pass in English HG E or SG D. 1.1.1 Duration 3 years on full time and 4 years on part-time basis. 1.1.2 Exit Points Diploma in Human Resources Management after 3 years with 360 credits. Experiential training is not a pre-requisite; however students are encouraged to make individual effort towards exposure to industry. The department will facilitate this exercise.

2.

Subject Categorisation for National Diploma in Human Resources Management

SUBJECT Business Management I Personnel Management I Accounting for Personnel Practitioners I Communication In English End User Computing Business Management II Personnel Management II Management of Training I Industrial Relations I Labour Law I Business Management III Personnel Management III Management of Training II Industrial Relations II SUBJECT CODE BUSM110 PEM1110 APP1110 ENA1110 ECU1110 BUSM210 PEM2110 MOT1110 INR1110 LLW1110 BUSM310 PEM3120 MOT2110 INR2110 CREDIT 24 24 24 24 24 24 24 24 24 24 30 30 30 30

Year One

Year Two

Year Three

3.

Articulation On graduation a learner may proceed to B-Tech in Human Resources Management.

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B-TECH IN HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT Offered at Ibika & College Street Sites

Qualification: Offering Type: 1.1 B-Tech in Human Resources Management Full Time & Part Time

Rules and Regulations A relevant diploma with 360 credits shall be recognized as a general admission requirement for B-Tech programmes offered by the Department.

1.1.1 Entrance Requirements A relevant diploma with an average pass of 60% of the relevant major subjects. 1.1.2 Duration 1 Year on full-time and 2 Years on part-time basis. 1.2 Exit Point B-Tech degree after having completed this qualification and obtained 120 credits. 2. Subject Categorisation for B-Tech in Human Resources Management

SUBJECTS Advanced Personnel Management IV Advanced Industrial Relations IV Advanced Strategic Management IV Advanced Management of Training IV Organisational Behaviour IV Research Methodology I SUBJECT CODES SUBJECT CREDITS APM4110 20 AIR4110 20 ASM4110 20 AMT4110 20 ORB4110 20 REM1110 20

3.

Articulation Vertical articulation, Masters in Human Resources Management.

4.

Policies Refer to relevant department.

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DIPLOMA IN MANAGEMENT OF TRAINING Offered at Potsdam Site Only

Qualification: Offering Type: 1.1 National Diploma in Management of Training Full Time

Rules and Regulations The possession of a National Senior Certificate (NSC) or its equivalent shall serve as the general admission requirement in all programmes offered by the Department of People Development. 1.1.1 Entrance Requirements NSC achievement rating of at least 3 (40 - 49%) for English as a home language or 4 (50 ­ 59%) as an additional language. The following school subjects will be an added advantage: · Accounting 3 (40 ­ 49%) · Economics 3 (40 ­ 49%) · Business Studies 3 (40 ­ 49%) 1.1.2 Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) Prior learning shall be recognized, subject to the requirement of each programme and as per WSU's recognition of prior learning policy. (RPL)

1.2

Duration A three year diploma.

1.3

Exit Points A diploma after having completed the programme and obtained a minimum of 360 credits. A total of 14 instructional offerings consisting of 5 first level, 5 second level and 4 third level offerings are required to complete the diploma

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Subject Categorisation for Management of Training

SUBJECT Management of Training I Labour Law I Principles of Information Systems I Management Principles & Practice I Personnel Management I Management of Training II Financial Aspects of Training I Economics I Marketing I Management Principles & Practice II Management of Training III Personnel Management II Management Practice & Principles III Electives Communication In English I Quantitative Techniques I Module I Quantitative Techniques I Module II SUBJECT CODE MOT1110 LLW1110 PIN1110 MPP1110 PEM1110 MOT2110 FAT1110 ECN1120 MKT1110 MPP2110 MOT3110 PEM2110 MPP3110 ENA1110 QAT1A13 QAT1B14 CREDIT 24 24 24 24 24 24 24 24 24 24 30 30 30 30 15 15

Year One

Year Two

Year Three

3.

Articulation Vertical articulation, B-Tech in Human Resources Management, Post Graduate Diploma in Human Resources Development, Horizontally a student can move to a Diploma in Human Resources Management.

4.

Policies Refer to relevant department.

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SCHOOL OF GOVERNANCE Departments

· Department of Public Management and Local Government · Department of Public Administration

Vision:

We are an outstanding School of Governance competent to produce, train and empower world class Public Sector Professionals that can respond to local, regional and international imperatives.

Mission:

Within the broad mission of WSU and Faculty of Business, Management Sciences and Law, the School of Governance's Mission is to provide training through creative and innovative means of teaching and learning.

Aims

· The aims of the School of Governance is to empower and produce aspiring graduates and professionals with knowledge to address and meet challenges in the areas of Public Affairs disciplines; · To provide education and training programmes within the discipline of Public Administration and related fields; · To engage in developmental partnership with stakeholders and pursue advice in policy issues relevant to the three spheres of government in South Africa; · To emphasize on Problem Based learning and place students in experiential related research; · To undertake research and community work; and · Encourage integrated learning through the application of appropriate knowledge.

Core Values:

· Committed to provide quality education, management, uphold and protect the integrity of the school; · Adhere and subscribe to academic freedom in teaching, research and community service; · Commit to professionalism and accountability; · Provide accessible and equitable higher education programmes; · Equip learners with theoretical and practical skills through integrative systems; · Subscribe to social, economic and environment imperatives.

Research Niche Areas:

Ethics, Leadership, Governance and Public Polity, Local Government Finance, Project and Programme Evaluation, Public Financial Management, Public Human Resource Management, Public Administration Theories and Comparative Studies, Public Management and Development Management (Rural and Urban).

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School of Governance Director of School

Dr. N. Matsiliza, PhD Pub. Affairs (Univ. of Pretoria) Email: [email protected] Tel No: Fax No: 045 ­ 807 8730 045 ­ 838 2942

Directory Secretary - Vacant

Tel No: Fax No: 045 ­ 807 8730 045 ­ 838 2942

CONTACT DETAILS BUFFALO CITY Potsdam Site

Tel No: Fax No: 043 - 708 5236 043 ­ 708 5354

BUTTERWORTH Ibika Site

Tel No: Fax No: 047 ­ 401 6236 047 - 401 6284

MTHATHA CAMPUS (NMD Site)

Tel No: Fax No: 047 ­ 502 2562/2564/2591 047 ­ 502 2563

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SCHOOL STAFF INFORMATION Buffalo City Campus

Acting HoD & Senior Lecturer : Mr. L.H. Mkuyana, MPA (UPE) Office Administrator Part- Time Lecturers : Mrs. F. Saffa, ND: Bus. Compt. (BT) : Mr. A.D. Jojozi, BA Hons (UNISA) Mr. M.E.S. Figlan, BA Hons Pub. Admin. (UFH) Mr. B.B.N. Sokopo, MPA (UPE)

Ibika Campus

Acting HoD & Senior Lecturer : Mr. C. Novukela, MPA (UPE) Administrator Assistant Lecturers : Ms T. Jongwana, ND: OMT (WSU) : Mr. T. Skade MA, (PU for CHE) Mr. M. Ngxongo, M-Tech Pub. Mgt (PE Tech) Mrs. N. Zondani ­ Nkonki, MPA (NMMU)

Queenstown Campus

Office Administrator Lecturers : Mrs. P. Maseti, ND: OMT (ECT) : Mr. L. Liwani, MPA (NMMU) Ms A. N. Mini, MBA (PU for CHE)

Mthatha Campus NMD Site

Acting HoD & Lecturer Senior Lecturers Lecturer : Ms. B.N. Makiwane, MPA (UPE) : Dr. L.L. Luvuno, PhD (UOFS) : Mr. A.M. Tyiwani, MPA (UPE)

Zamukulungisa Site

Senior Lecturer Lecturers : Mr. J. Konde, MPhil (Punjab Univ.) : Mr. K. Komsana, M-Tech Pub. Mgt (NMMU) Mr. E. Matshikwe, M-Tech Pub. Mgt (NMMU)

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DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC MANAGEMENT & LOCAL GOVERNMENT

DIPLOMA IN LOCAL GOVERNMENT FINANCE Offered at Potsdam Only

Qualification: Offering type: 1.1 National Diploma in Local Government Finance Full Time

Rules And Regulations The possession of National Senior Certificate (NSC) or its equivalent shall serve as the general admission requirement in all programmes required offered by the department of Public Management and Local Government. 1.1.1 Entrance Requirements Applicant with a National Senior Certificate (NSC) rating of 3 (40-49%) or more in English, Accounting and Mathematics or Mathematics Literacy will meet entrance requirements. 1.1.2 Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)

Prior learning shall be recognized, subject to the requirement of each programme and as per WSU's recognition of prior learning policy. (RPL) 1.2 Duration A three year diploma 1.3 Exit Points A diploma after having completed the programme and obtained a minimum of 360 credits. A total of 12 instructional offerings consisting of 4 offerings per year are required to complete the Diploma.

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Subject Categorisation for National Diploma in Local Government

SUBJECT Local Government Finance I Local Government Management I Mercantile Law I Financial Accounting I- Module I Financial Accounting I- Module II Local Government Finance II Local government II Internal Auditing I Financial Accounting II- Module I Financial Accounting II- Module II Local Government Finance III Local Government Management III Local government Accounting III Economics I- Module I Economics I- Module II CODES LGF1000 LGM1000 MLW1000 FAC1011 FAC1022 LGF2000 LGM2000 INA1000 FAC2011 FAC2022 LGF3000 LGM3000 LGA3000 ECO1011 ECO1022 CREDITS 30 30 30 15 15 30 30 30 15 15 30 30 30 15 15

Year One Semester 1 Semester 2

Year Two Semester 1 Semester 2

Year Three Semester 1 Semester 2

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NATIONAL DIPLOMA IN POLICING Offered at Potsdam Site Only

Qualification: Offering Type: 1.1 National Diploma in Policing Part Time

Rules And Regulations The possession of National Senior Certificate (NSC) or its equivalent shall serve as the general admission requirement in all programmes required offered by the department of Public Management and Local Government. 1.1.1 Entrance Requirements Applicant with a National Senior Certificate (NSC) rating of 3 (40-49%) or more in English, or other languages will meet entrance requirement. 1.1.2 Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) Prior learning shall be recognized, subject to the requirement of each programme and as per WSU's recognition of prior learning policy (RPL)

1.2

Duration A three year diploma on part-time

1.3

Exit Points A diploma after having completed the programme and obtained a minimum of 360 credits. A total of 12 instructional offerings consisting of 4 offerings per year are required to complete the Diploma.

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Subject Categorisation for National Diploma in Policing

SUBJECTS Communication I : Policing Investigation of Crime I Law I: Policing I Policing I End-User Computing I Human Rights I Policing II Law: Policing II Criminal Procedure I Policing III Law of Evidence I SUBJECT CODES COMP110 IVC1110 LAWP110 POL1110 EUC1110 HUM1110 POL2110 LAWP210 CRIMP10 POL3110 LAWE110 CREDITS 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30

Year One

Year Two

Year Three

1.5

Articulation Vertical articulation: B-Tech in Policing or similar.

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DIPLOMA IN PUBLIC MANAGEMENT Offered at Potsdam, Ibika, Queenstown & Zamukulungisa Sites

Qualification:

Offering Type:

National Diploma in Public Management Full Time/ Part-Time

1.1

Rules And Regulations The possession of National Senior Certificate (NSC) or its equivalent shall serve as the general admission requirement in all programmes required offered by the department of Public Management and Local Government. 1.1.1 Entrance Requirements Senior Certificate (Grade 12) with an English pass (E-HG/D-SG). NSC with rating of 3 (40-49%) or more in four recognized subjects. 1.1.2 Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) Prior learning shall be recognized, subject to the requirement of each programme and as per WSU's recognition of prior learning policy. (RPL)

1.2

Duration A three year diploma

1.3

Exit Points A diploma after having completed the programme and obtained a minimum of 360 credits. A total of 18 instructional offerings consisting of 6 offerings per year and experiential training at third year level are required to complete the diploma.

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Module Categorisation for National Diploma in Public Management

MODULES Public Information Service I Public Resource Management I Public Service Delivery I Public Decision Management I Self Management I Public Office Management I Public Information Systems II Public Procurement and Logistics II Project Management II Fundamentals of Research II Public Financial Management II Public Human Resource Management II Management of Information III Public Financial & Procurement Management III Intersectoral Collaboration III Policy Studies III Programme Management III Public Human Resource Management III Management of Practice/ Service learning III MODULE CODES PIS1113 PRM1113 PSD1113 PDM1114 SEM1114 POM1114 PIP2113 PLM2113 PMT2113 FUR2114 PFM2114 PHR2114 MOI3113 FPM3113 INT3113 POS3114 PRP3114 PHR3114 CREDITS 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 0

Year One Semester 1

Semester 2

Year Two Semester 1

Semester 2

YEAR 3 Semester 1

Semester 2

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Articulation Vertical articulation, B-Tech in Public Administration.

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B-TECH IN PUBLIC MANAGEMENT Offered at Chiselhurst, Ibika & Zamukulungisa Sites

Qualification: Offering type: B-Tech in Public Management Part-time

1.1 Rules and Regulations A recognized diploma with 360 credits shall serve as a general admission requirement for all B-Tech programmes offered by the Department. 1.1.1 Entrance Requirements Prospective learner must be in possession of a recognised diploma to enroll for this B-Tech. 1.2 Duration One year B-Tech 1.3 Exit Point After having completed B-Tech and obtaining a minimum of 120 credits. 1.4 Subject Categorisation for B-Tech in Public Management

SUBJECT Public Policy Management IV Strategic Public Management IV Research & Information Management IV Year One Government Relations IV Public Accountability IV Public Human Resource Management IV Research Project IV SUBJECT CODES PUPY4/0 PSTR4/0 REIM4/0 GVRT4/0 PACC4/0 PHRM4/0 REPR4/0 CREDITS 20 20 20 20 20 20 20

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DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION

BACHELOR OF ADMINISTRATION (PUBLIC AFFAIRS) Offered at NMD Site ­ Mthatha Campus Only

Qualification: Offering type: B Admin (Public Affairs) Full-Time

1.1 Rules and Regulations The possession of a National Senior Certificate (NSC) shall serve as general admission requirement in programmes offered by the department of Public Administration. 1.1.1 Entrance Requirements NSC Achievement rating of at least 4 (50-59%) in English/English pass E-HG/ D-SG. NSC Achievement of at least 4 (50-59%) in at least 3 recognized subjects. Mathematics/Mathematical Literacy is not a compulsory requirement. Learners must score at least 28 points on the APS rating scale. 1.1.2 Recognition of Prior Learning (PRL) Prior learning shall be recognized, subject to the requirement of each programme and as per WSU's recognition of prior learning policy 1.2 Duration A three year Degree 1.3 Exit Points A Degree after having completed the qualification and obtained a minimum of 360 credits/maximum 384 credits

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Subject Categorisation for B. ADMIN ( PUBLIC AFFAIRS)

MODULES Introduction to Public Administration Public Sector Management Skills Electives: Choose two electives from the list below Political Studies, Industrial Psychology, Business Management, Accounting & Economics 120 MODULE CODES PAD1101 PAD1203 CREDITS 16 16

Year One Semester 1 Semester 2

Year Two Semester1

Introduction to Local Government Sector Public Policy Management Public Sector Financial Management

MAD2102 PAD2102 PAD2103

16 8 8

Semester 2

Local Governance MAD2204 16 Organizational Theory, Analysis and PAD2203 8 development Public Sector Human Resource Management PAD2204 8 Electives: Continue with one from those chosen at level one Political Studies, Industrial Psychology, Business Management & Accounting 120 Research Methods in Public Administration Policy Processes for Local Government Local Government Finance Public Sector Management Strategies & Techniques Electives: Continue with same chosen at level two Political Studies, Industrial Psychology, Business Management & Accounting PAD3102 MAD3103 MAD3204 PAD3204 16 16 16 16

Third Year Semester 1 Semester 2

16 120

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Articulation Vertical Articulation to Honours B.Admin (Public Administration).

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POSTGRADUATE DEGREE: HONOURS B ADMIN Offered at NMD Site ­ Mthatha Campus only

Qualification: Offering Type: 1.1 Honours B Admin Full-Time/Part-Time

Rules and regulations To enroll for this degree a learner must possess a recognized Bachelor's Degree. 1.1.1 Entrance Requirements Prospective learner must be in possession of at least 60% pass in Public Administration and/or Local Government. Achieve a rating of a least 5 (6069%) and above in a recognized major subject(s).

1.2

Duration One year full-time or Two years part-time

1.3

Exit point After having completed an Honours Degree and obtaining a minimum of 120 credits.

1.4

Subject Categorisation for Postgraduate Degree: Honours B Admin

SUBJECT Disaster & Risk Management Advanced Local Government Finance Advanced Public Sector Financial Management Executive Municipal Management Research Methods & Statistics Research Methods & Research ELECTIVES: Ethics in Public Sector Advanced Public Policy Management Advanced Project Management Advanced Public Service Admin. & Management Skills & Techniques Advanced Rural/Urban Development SUBJECT CODES PAD4106 MAD4003 PAD4102 MAD4002 PAD4203 PAD4000 PAD4002 PAD4203 PAD4206 PAD4003 MAD4001 CREDITS 16 32 16 32 16 40 32 16 16 32 32

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Articulation This qualification leads to Master's Degree.

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SCHOOL OF LAW Departments:

· Department of Criminal and Procedural Law · Department of Legal History & Philosophy · Department of Mercantile Law · Department of Private and Customary Law · Department of Public Law · Research and Development Unit

Vision:

To excel in the provision of quality legal education, research and training that is primarily focused on the empowerment of rural communities as well as on the general promotion of a human rights culture.

Mission:

To contribute to the reconstruction and development of society by offering diverse academic and community outreach programmes and producing graduates and community leaders rendering excellent legal and community services.

Research and Development Unit

Publications in the School e.g. `The Law Journal' Promotion and Co-ordination of Research in the School

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School of Law Acting Director of School

Prof. C. Anyangwe PhD (London) Email: [email protected] Tel No: Fax No: 047 ­ 502 2255 047 ­ 502 2721

Directory Secretary - Vacant

Tel No: Fax No: 047 ­ 502 2357 047 ­ 502 2721

CONTACT DETAILS BUFFALO CITY Potsdam Site

Tel No: Fax No: 043 - 708 5236 043 ­ 708 5354

BUTTERWORTH CAMPUS Ibika Site

Tel No: Fax No: 047 ­ 401 6193 047 - 401 6284

MTHATHA CAMPUS NMD Site

Tel No: Fax No: 047 ­ 502 2357 047 ­ 502 2721

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SCHOOL STAFF INFORMATION DEPARTMENT OF CRIMINAL & PROCEDURAL LAW

Acting HoD & Senior Lecturer : Adv. P.N. Nakani, LLM (USA) Senior Lecturers Professor Lecturers : Mr. M.A. Gumbi, LLM (TULANE) Adv. D. C. Botma, LLB (UFS) : Vacant : Mr. L.L. E Mabovula, LLB (UNITRA) Adv. P.T. Mtunuse, LLM (UNISA)

DEPARTMENT OF LEGAL HISTORY & PHILOSOPHY

Acting HoD & Senior Lecturer : Mr Z.M. Mnqojana, LLB (Zimbabwe) Lecturer : Ms. T. Mdunyelwa, LLB (UNITRA)

DEAPARTMENT OF PUBLIC LAW

Acting HoD & Senior Lecturer : Dr. P.N. Makiwane, LLD (UNISA) Professor Lecturers : Prof. O. J Olowu, JSD cum laude (Notre' Dame) : Adv. N.R Mtshabe, LLB (UNITRA) Adv. N.H Ntakana, LLB (UNITRA) Adv. V.C Ntshangase, LLB (WITS)

DEPARTMENT OF MERCANTILE LAW

Acting HoD & Senior Lecturer : Adv. M.M. Matyumza, LLM (Natal) Lecturer Junior Lecturer : Mr. V. Nosindwa, LLM (UNISA) : Adv. M. Mhambi, LLB (UNITRA)

DEPARTMENT OF PRIVATE & CUSTOMARY LAW

Acting HoD & Senior Lecturer : Mrs. P. Malefane, LLM (Natal) Lecturers : Mr. H. N Jilata, LLB (UNITRA) Mr. O. Nabileyo, LLM (Potch.) : Ms N. Ludidi, LLM (UKZN)

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Ibika, Zamukulungisa & Queenstown Campuses

HoD Senior Lecturers Lecturers : Vacant : Adv. M. Gogo, LLB (UWC) Adv. M. Mdlalana, LLB (NATAL) : Mr. T. L Bara, LLB (UNTIRA) Ms. N. Sesani, LLB (UNITRA) Mr. T. Ncetezo, LLB (UNITRA) Mr. Z. E Sontshi, LLB (UWC) Mrs. N. Tini, LLB (UFH) Mr. Magoxo, LLB (UNITRA)

Buffalo City Campus

Acting HoD & Senior Lecturer : Ms. P. Dhlodhlo, LLM (UNISA) Lecturers Part-Time Lecturers : Mr. M. Mrwebi, LLB (UFH) Mr. H. Madikiza, LLB (UNITRA) : Mr. P. Beni, NHD Policing (TSA) Adv. Mantantana, LLB (UNITRA) Mr. Q. N Mafuya, LLB (NATAL) Mr. M. M. Ntswahlana, B-Tech: Policing (TUT)

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SCHOOL OF LAW Bachelor of Laws: LLB (Generic) Offered at NMD Site Only

Qualification: Offering Type: 1. Bachelor of Laws: LLB (Generic) Full Time & Part Time

Purpose The purpose of the study programme leading to the Bachelor of Laws degree is to offer legal education aimed at developing student's analytical, professional and research skills, preparing them for professional work as lawyers and researchers as well as policy advisors in industry, commerce, public and private sectors.

2.

Minimum entrance requirements The minimum admission requirements is a National Senior Certificate (NSC) with an achievement rating of 4 (50-59) or better in four subjects chosen from the designated list, coupled with an achievement rating of 3(40-49) for the LOLT. To register for Bachelor of Law programme a student needs an Admission point score (APS) of 27 as well as National Senior certificate with an achievement rating of 4(50-59) or better in English. 2.1 Assumption and recognition of prior learning

Learners who register for this programme will have passed Grade 12 (NQF4) with a pass of at least 40% at Higher Grade or 50% at Standard Grade Matriculation English. 2.2 Entry points to degree levels

Entry into degree level will be available to those students who have attained the required credits for the previous level at WSU or equivalent at another tertiary institution. 2.3 Minimum or Maximum Credits

Students must pass all courses to obtain a minimum of 120 credits per year, with a maximum of 480 after 4 years or more. 3. Exit Level Outcomes · The learner will have acquired a coherent understanding of, and ability to

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analyze fundamental legal and related concepts, principles, theories and their relationship to values critically. · The learner will have acquired an understanding and application of relevant methods,techniques and strategies involved in legal research and problem-solving in theoretical and applied situations. · The learner will be able to collect, organize, analyze and critically evaluate information and evidence from a legal perspective. · The learner will be able to communicateeffectively in a legal environment by means of written persuasive methods and sustained discourse. · The leaner will be able to solve complex and diverse legal problems creatively, critically, ethically and innovatively. · The learner will be able to work effectively with colleagues and other role players in the legal process as a team group and committee significantly to the group. · The learner will be able to effectively communicate, retrieve and process relevant data in a legal environment. · The learner will be able to manage and organize her/his professional activities in the legal field responsibly and effectively. · The learner will acquire sufficient skills and knowledge to participate as a responsible citizen in the promotion of a just society and a democratic and constitutional state under the rule of law. · The learner will acquire legal skills and knowledge, which enable him/her to solve problems responsibly and creatively in a given legal and social context.

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Bachelor of Laws: LLB (Generic) Module Categorisation

MODULES EAP African Law Legal History Legal Skills Computer & the Law Interpretation of Statutes EAP Legal Pluralism Constitutional Law Legal Skills 2 Criminal Law `A' Mercantile Law Law of Persons Law of Succession & Admin. Of Estates Law of Property Criminal law `B' Law of Negotiable Instruments Legal Accounting Law of Insolvency Family Law Company Law Criminal Procedure `A' Law of Evidence Labour Law Law of Contract Civil Procedure `A' MODULES Company Law `B' Criminal Procedure `B' Law of Evidence `B' Civil Procedure `B' Public International Law Law of Contract `B' Elective MODULE CODES ELS ­ 1105 AFL ­ 1102 LHR ­ 1103 LSS ­ 1104 CTL ­ 1105 IOS ­ 1201 ELS ­ 1205 LPM ­ 1202 CIT ­ 1203 LSS ­ 1204 CLA ­ 2101 MEL ­ 2102 LPR ­ 2104 LAA ­ 2105 LOP ­ 2106 CLA ­ 2207 LNI ­ 2203 LCA - 2204 LOI ­ 2204 FML- 2201 COA ­ 3201 CPA ­ 3102 LOE ­ 3103 LBL ­ 3104 LCA ­ 3105 CPA - 3106 MODULE CODES COA ­ 3206 CPA ­ 3201 LOE ­ 3202 CPA ­ 3203 PUL ­ 3204 LCA ­ 3205 CREDITS 8 12 12 8 12 12 8 12 12 8 8 12 8 12 12 8 12 12 12 8 8 8 8 12 8 8 CREDITS 8 8 8 8 12 8 10

1st Year ­ 1st Semester

1st Year ­ 2nd Semester

2nd Year ­ 1st Semester

2nd Year­ 2nd Semester

3rd Year ­ 1st Semester

3rd Year ­ 2nd Semester

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4th Year ­ 1st Semester

Jurisprudence Admin Law Law of Delict `A' Human Rights Research Project Conflict of Laws Elective Alternative Dispute Resolution Ethics Law of Delict `B' Elective Constitutional Litigation Legal Practice Electives Revenue Law Intellectual Property Law Consumer Protection Law Environmental Law Street Law Forensic Medicine Gender and the Law Sentencing Local Government Law Conveyancing Media Law International Trade Law Banking Law Comparative African Law Two Non-Law Courses Income Tax Law

JUR ­ 4101 ADL ­ 4102 LWD ­ 4103 CIT ­ 4104 REP ­ 4105 COL - 4106

8 10 8 10 10 8 10 10 8 8 10 8 10 10 10 10 10 8 10 8 10 8 10 10 10 10 10 8 10 10

ADR ­ 4201 ETC ­ 4202 LWD ­ 4203 CLP ­ 4204 LPC - 4205 RVL ­ 1-3322 ILL ­ 1-3322 CPL ­ 1-4122 ENL -1-4222 STL ­ 1-4222 FOR ­ 1-4222 GAL ­ 1-4122 SEN ­ 1-4222 LGL ­ 1-4122 CNV ­ 1-4122 MDL ­ 1-4122 ITL ­ 1-3322 BAL -1-3322 CAA ­ 1-4222 3322 ITW ­ 1-3322

4th Year 2nd Semester

THE STRUCTURE OF ELECTIVE COURSES IS AS FOLLOWS:MODULES Income Tax Law Banking Law International Trade Law Intellectual Property Law Revenue Law Two Non-Law Courses MODULE CODES ITW ­ 1-3322 BAL ­ 1-3322 ITL ­ 1-3322 IPL ­ 1-3322 RVL 1-3322 ITW 1-3322 CREDITS

3rd Year ­ 2nd Semester

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4th Year ­ 1st Semester

MODULES Conveyancing Local Government Law Media Law Gender and the Law Consumer Protection Law MODULES Environmental Law Street Law

MODULE CODES CNV ­ 1-4122 LGL ­ 1-4122 MDL ­ 1-4122 GAL -1-4122 CPL ­ 1-4122 MODULE CODES ENL ­ 1-4222 STL ­ 1-4222 FOR ­ 1-4222 SEN ­ 1-4222 CAA ­ 1-4222

CREDITS

CREDITS

4th Year ­ 2nd Semester

Forensic Medicine Sentencing Comparative African Law

And any other degree course elective approved by the Faculty Credits Committee. 1. Rules for the New Curriculum Students should pass three Courses from 1st Semester, in order to be admitted to 2nd semester:· if only two courses are passed a student will not proceed to 2nd Semester but will be allowed to repeat following year. · Should a student fail one course he/she will be allowed to repeat the course in 3rd semester. · If he / she fail all courses he / she will be excluded. · Supplementary examinations will be written immediately after results are out. 3rd Semester st · A student must have passed all courses from 1 Semester and at least three from 2nd Semester. 4th Semester · A student must have passed all 1st and at least 4 courses in the third semester. 5th Semester · A student must have passed all 1st, 2nd and at least 4 courses in the third semester. 6th Semester nd rd · A student must have passed all 1st, 2 , 3 and 4th and at least four th semester. courses in the 5 7th Semester · A student must have passed all 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th and at least four courses in the 5th Semester.

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8th Semester · A student must have passed all courses in order to graduate · if a student passed only one course in the final year he/she fails and has to repeat the whole semester courses · Cases with extraordinary situations may be referred to the admissions committee for special consideration and recommendations.

3. SYLABI 4. DEPARTMENT OF CRIMINAL & PROCEDURAL LAW CRIMINAL LAW A One Semester Assessment

Test Assignment : : 25% 25% = Year Mark: Exam Mark: 50% 50%

General Principles of Liability, unlawful conduct, defence excluding unlawfulness, capacity, fault, specific forms of liability, and participation in crime, anticipatory and incomplete crimes.

CRIMINAL LAW B One Semester Assessment

Test Assignment : : 25% 25% = Year Mark: Exam Mark: 50% 50%

Specific crimes against persons, state and the community.

CONSTITUTIONAL LITIGATION One Semester Assessment

Test Assignment 1. 2. : : 25% 25% = Year Mark: Exam Mark: 50% 50%

Introduction to the constitution and Bill of Rights Structure of the Bill of Rights litigation 1. Chapter 2 of the Constitution 2. Jurisdiction and access

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3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Standing Procedure and the constitutional court Interpretation of specific rights Limitation Remedies

CRIMINAL PROCEDURE A One Semester Assessment

Test Assignment : : 25% 25% = Year Mark: Exam Mark: 50% 50%

Theories of Criminal Procedure, prosecution, jurisdiction, pre-trial investigation, securing the attendance of the accused at trial, bail, the charge, pleas procedures.

CRIMINAL PROCEDURE B One Semester Assessment

Test Assignment : : 25% 25% = Year Mark: Exam Mark: 50% 50%

The trial, sentence, reviews, appeal, due process and the Bill of Rights, Comparative analysis.

EVIDENCE A One Semester Assessment

Test Assignment : : 25% 25% = Year Mark: Exam Mark: 50% 50%

Rules of Evidence and admissibility, character, similar facts, opinion evidence, the best evidence rule previous consistent statements, hearsay evidence, res gestae, informal admissions and confessions Privilege the parole evidence rule, estoppels, witnesses documentary and real evidence, facts of which evidence is necessary, sufficiency of evidence proof of assorted facts.

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EVIDENCE B One Semester Assessment

Test Assignment : : 25% 25% = Year Mark: Exam Mark: 50% 50%

The rule of trial, the burden of proof, presumptions, the assessment of evidence, history and sources of the Law of Evidence, public policy, judicial discretion, selected topics of current interest.

CIVIL PROCEDURE A One Semester Assessment

Test Assignment : : 25% 25% = Year Mark: Exam Mark: 50% 50%

Civil Procedure in the Magistrate Court

CIVIL PROCEDURE B One Semester Assessment

Test Assignment : : 25% 25% = Year Mark: Exam Mark: 50% 50%

Civil Procedure in the Supreme Court

STREET LAW

Street law course is made of two components which are: A. Service Learning and B. Traditional class learning

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A. SERVICE LEARNING:Service learning is conducted at four communities which are: Baziya, Mbekweni, Mhlakulo and Ngangelizwe. The community workshops and the student workshops are funded by Community Higher Education Service Partnership (CHESP). Students are first trained (together with community representatives and liaison officers) in a Train for Trainers Workshop and convenors. Course convenors allocate marks for presentation whilst students are conducting workshops. Students write reports (which serve as an assignment) at the end of each community workshop and submit them to the course lecturer who then allocates marks.

B. TRADITIONAL CLASS LEARNING:Normal class lectures take place in the classroom. Students write one test which combines with the reports to make the year mark. Students write an Examination at the end.

C. Street Law marks allocation will be follows:Written examination Practical Work: Community presentations 3 lesson plans submitted Community reports Test Total Mark 50% 10% 5% 10% 25% 25% [100%]

D. Street Law Contents:

a. Introduction b. Domestic Violence c. HIV/AIDS and the Law d. Human Rights e. Children's rights f. Corporal punishment g. Child abuse & its effects h. Maintenance i. Abortion j. Social security k. Wills

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SENTENCING (Elective) One Semester Assessment

Test Mark: Semester Mark: 50% 50%

The purpose of the course is to develop an understanding of the sentencing process and the parameters within which it operates. The emphasis will be on students investigating broad policy principles and process through analysis of the case and literature. Purpose of punishment, punishment and Human Rights, Judicial discretion, some factors affecting sentence generally, specific sentences, imprisonment, periodical imprisonment, fines, juvenile offenders, suspension and postponement of sentence, including community service and correctional supervision compensations.

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DEPARTMENT OF LEGAL HISTORY AND PHILISOPHY LEGAL SKILLS One Semester Assessment

Test Assignment 1. 2. : : 25% 25% = Year Mark: Exam Mark: 50% 50%

Study Skills, Reading Skills, Research Skills, Writing Skills, Communication Skills and Numeric Skills. Advanced Reading Skills, Advanced Writing Skills, Advanced Communication Skills & Advanced Numeric Skills.

AFRICAN LAW Assessment

Test Assignment : : 25% 25% = Year Mark: Exam Mark: 50% 50%

An anthropological overview of the basic tenements of Indigenous African legal principles, the African idea of Law and legality, some selections of African legal systems, litigation in the African sense, a comparative approach to African and common law systems, African and constitutional principles.

LEGAL PLURALISM Assessment

Test Assignment : : 25% 25% = Year Mark: Exam Mark: 50% 50%

The South African Constitution accommodates principles of Legal Pluralism, and examination of the present common law system in comparison with a selection of other systems e.g. Hindu, Jewish, Customary marriage regime, law reform, problems of reconciling different systems, the infrastructure and human resources problems.

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LEGAL HISTORY Assessment

Test Assignment 1. : : 25% 25% = Year Mark: Exam Mark: 50% 50%

INTRODUCTION 1.1. What is Law 1.2. Law and other norms 1.3. Law and Justice 1.4. Law of certainty HISTORY OF S.A. LAW 2.1. Roman Law 2.2. Roman Dutch Law 2.3. English Law 2.4. South African Law SOURCES OF SOUTH AFRICAN LAW 3.1. Legislation 3.2. Precedents 3.3. Common law 3.4. Custom 3.5. Indigenous Law 3.6. Writing of Modern Authors 3.7. Constitution CLASSIFICATION OF LAW 4.1. International & National law 4.2. Substantive & Adjective Law 4.3. Public & Private Law South African Courts and Alternative Dispute Resolution Legal Argument & Logic Capita Selecta

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CONFLICT OF LAWS One Semester Assessment

Test Assignment : : 25% 25% = Year Mark: Exam Mark: 50% 50%

Introduction to the history of Private International Law, domicile, jurisdiction of the courts, choice of law in general and specific selected cases, recognition and enrichment of foreign judgements.

JURISPRUDENCE One Semester Assessment

Test Assignment : : 25% 25% = Year Mark: Exam Mark: 50% 50%

Introduction to the nature and scope of jurisprudence, schools of jurisprudence thought rules, principles, concepts, rights and duties, precedent, legal reasoning, justice of the law, theories of punishment, morality and the law, human rights, constitutional jurisprudence, African jurisprudence, courts judges and the judicial process.

ELECTIVES GENDER AND THE LAW One Semester Assessment

Test Assignment : : 25% 25% = Year Mark: Exam Mark: 50% 50%

Is there such a concept under the South African Constitution, selected sections of the Constitutions, the equality Clause, the role of property, affirmative action programmes, property under customary law, a comparative study of the different approaches to empowerment, the marital regime and empowerment.

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COMPARATIVE AFRICAN LAW One Semester Assessment

Test Assignment : : 25% 25% = Year Mark: Exam Mark: 50% 50%

An outline of theories relating to comparative law, history of comparative law and its nature, an introduction to the legal families of the world including indigenous laws and their leadership, indigenous courts, capita selecta of any of the recognized systems in South Africa. Compiled by the Department of Legal History and Philosophy as a working document.

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DEPARTMENT OF MERCANTILE LAW MERCANTILE LAW 1 One Semester Assessment

Test Assignment : : 25% 25% = Year Mark: Exam Mark: 50% 50%

Sales, Hire Purchase Agents, Sale of Land, Donations, Lease of Property, Employment, Agency, Suretyship and Law of Insurance

COMPUTER LAW One Semester Assessment

Test Assignment 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. : : 25% 25% = Year Mark: Exam Mark: 50% 50%

Introduction ­ What is Computer Law? Patent Copyright Trade Secrets and unfair competition Private Law Computer crime Mercantile and Legal Informatics

COMPANY LAW A One Semester Assessment

Test Assignment : : 25% 25% = Year Mark: Exam Mark: 50% 50%

Company Law, Partnership, Voluntary Associations. Close Corporation, Company Law

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COMPANY LAW B One Semester Assessment

Test Assignment : : 25% 25% = Year Mark: Exam Mark: 50% 50%

Business Associations, Unincorporated and Incorporated Companies, Stokvels, Winding up of Companies and Close Corporations.

LAW OF NEGOTIABLE INSTRUMENTS One Semester Assessment

Test Assignment : : 25% 25% = Year Mark: Exam Mark: 50% 50%

The nature of Negotiable Instruments, Bills of Exchange Act, Principles of Banking.

LAW OF INSOLVENCY One Semester Assessment

Test Assignment : : 25% 25% = Year Mark: Exam Mark: 50% 50%

Voluntary surrender, Compulsory Surrender, Effects of Sequestration, Realization and Distribution of Assets, Composition and Rehabilitation.

LABOUR LAW One Semester Assessment

Test Assignment : : 25% 25% = Year Mark: Exam Mark: 50% 50%

Principles relating to Labour Law, Labour Dispute Relations Act, Employment Law.

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ALTERNATIVE DISPUTE RESOLUTION One Semester Assessment

Test Assignment : : 25% 25% = Year Mark: Exam Mark: 50% 50%

1. Introduction to various dispute resolution procedures 2. Negotiation 3. Mediation 4. Arbitration

INCOME TAX LAW One Semester Assessment

Test Assignment 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. : : 25% 25% = Year Mark: Exam Mark: 50% 50%

Introduction and outline of the Income Tax System in South Africa. Receipts and Accruals Source Basic principles, gross income, income and deemed income, taxable and exempt income. Taxpayers individuals, trusts, estates, companies and close corporations. Farming Tax avoidance and evasion Procedure: returns, assessments, objectives, appeals, payments and recovery of tax, refunds, tax avoidance, penalties.

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DEPARTMENT OF PRIVATE AND CUSTOMARY LAW LAW OF PERSONS One Semester Assessment

Test Assignment 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. : : 25% 25% = Year Mark: Exam Mark: 50% 50%

Introduction to Law Definition of a Person Legal Personality Status Factors affecting Status Parental Power Guardianship

FAMILY LAW One Semester Assessment

Test Assignment 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. : : 25% 25% = Year Mark: Exam Mark: 50% 50%

Definition of Marriage Espousals Formation of Marriage Consequences of Marriages Annulment Termination of Marriage Parental-Child Law

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LAW OF PROPERTY One Semester Assessment

Test Assignment 1. 2. 3. 4. : : 25% 25% = Year Mark: Exam Mark: 50% 50%

A historical and philosophical introduction to the Law of Property. Impact of the 1996 constitution and land ownership. Real and Personal Rights Ownership

LAW OF SUCCESSION & ADMINISTRATION OF ESTATES One Semester Assessment

Test Assignment 1. 2. 3. 4. : : 25% 25% = Year Mark: Exam Mark: 50% 50%

Introduction Testate succession Intestate succession Trusts Principles relating to administration of estates

LAW OF CONTRACT A One Semester Assessment

Test Assignment 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. : : 25% 25% = Year Mark: Exam Mark: 50% 50%

Formation of the Contract Voidable Contracts Representation Effect of the Contract Transfer, Variation, and Termination by Agreement Non-performance Enrichment

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LAW OF CONTRACT B One Semester Assessment

Test Assignment 1. 2. 3. : : 25% 25% = Year Mark: Exam Mark: 50% 50%

Law of Agency Law of Estoppel Cession, Business Trust, Gambling and Waging Agreement, Surety, Sectional Titles, Share Blocks Schemas. The course is constituted by selected topics on the Law of Agency.

Chapter 1 Chapter 2

1. 2. 3.

A general introduction to the law of agency

Definition and nature of agency Different kinds of agency Different kinds of principals

Chapter 3 Establishment of agency

1. 2.

Actual authority · By agreement (express or implied) Residual provisions of the law · Those of general application (necessary; usual and emergency powers) · Those relating to specific types of agents (estate agents; auctioneers and directors of companies) Ratification Apparent authority (agency by estoppel) · General principle of estoppels · Rules relating to apparent authority. Usual and customary authority

1. 2. 3.

Chapter 4

Relations between Principal, Agent and Third Persons 1. Duties of Principal and agent 2. Relations between principal and third person

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Chapter 5 Chapter 6

Misrepresentation and non-disclosure

Termination of agency

LAW OF DELICT A One Semester Assessment

Test Assignment 1. 2. 3. : : 25% 25% = Year Mark: Exam Mark: 50% 50%

Introduction Aquilian Action Damages

LAW OF DELICT B One Semester Assessment

Test Assignment 1. : : 25% 25% = Year Mark: Exam Mark: 50% 50%

Actio Inuriarum

SOCIAL & WELFARE LAW (FOR SOCIAL WORK STUDENTS) One Semester Assessment

Test Assignment : : 25% 25% = Year Mark: Exam Mark: 50% 50%

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DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC LAW ADMINISTRATIVE LAW One Semester Assessment

Test Assignment 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. : : 25% 25% = Year Mark: Exam Mark: 50% 50%

The nature and sources of Administrative Law The requirements for the validity of administrative acts The administrative powers State liability and state privilege Rules of natural justice

HUMAN RIGHTS One Semester Assessment

Test Assignment 1. : : 25% 25% = Year Mark: Exam Mark: 50% 50%

2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Introduction (a) historical perspectives (b) definition of human rights (c) International documents Structure of the South African Bill of Rights Application of the Bill of Rights Specific rights and their international comparison Standing to enforce the Bill of Rights Interpretation of the Bill of Rights Limitation and suspension of the rights Remedies

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CONSTITUTIONAL LAW One Semester Assessment

Test Assignment 1. : : 25% 25% = Year Mark: Exam Mark: 50% 50%

Introduction a. Constitutional Law as part of South African Public Law b. Definition of Constitutional Law c. Sources ­ Common Law RSA Constitution (1996) 2. Brief introduction to the development of Constitutional Law in South Africa (1910; 1961; 1983; 1993 and 1996) 3. Types of Constitutions Focus on RSA Constitution Act No.108 of 1996 a. A brief introduction to chapter 1 (founding statement and chapter 2 (Bill of Rights) b. Doctrine of parliamentary sovereignty vs. doctrine of constitutionalism 4. Legislative Authority 5. Executive Authority 6. Judicial Authority

JURIDICAL INTERPRETATION One Semester Assessment

Test Assignment : : 25% 25% = Year Mark: Exam Mark: 50% 50%

The principles of the Interpretation of Status and the case law and the law relating thereto. The principles relating to the interpretation or written contracts, will and judgement.

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PUBLIC INTERNATIONAL LAW One Semester Assessment

Test Assignment 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. : : 25% 25% = Year Mark: Exam Mark: 50% 50%

The nature and sources of public international law Acquisition of statehood Recognition of states and government Self determination Sovereignty Domestic jurisdiction Citizenship Aliens Extraditions Immunity Treaties The United Nations and its Agencies

ELECTIVE LOCAL GOVERNMENT LAW One Semester Assessment

Test Assignment : : 25% 25% = Year Mark: Exam Mark: 50% 50%

Legal framework of local authorities Local authority areas & status The Administrative Machinery of Local Authorities By-laws Rates & Rating Contract, Tort & Criminal liability Central control of Local Authorities Judicial control of Local Authorities

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ENVIRONMENTAL LAW One Semester Assessment

Test Assignment 1. : : 25% 25% = Year Mark: Exam Mark: 50% 50%

Introduction a. Environmental Law as part of South African Public Law b. Definition of Environmental Law c. Sources ­ RSA Constitution (1996) NEMA (1998)

Common Law

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Locus standi and class actions for environmental wrongs Pollution control law Waste management law Natural resources law e.g. water, minerals etc. Marine resources law An introduction to Integrated Environmental Management and Environmental Impact Assessment

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SCHOOL OF PUBLIC RELATIONS, MEDIA STUDIES AND MARKETING Departments:

· Department of Marketing · Department of Media Studies · Department of Public Relations and Communication

Vision:

To be a globally competitive school focusing on teaching & research aimed at community development.

Mission:

Offer integrated programmes that will develop communities.

Values:

· Professional integrity · Recognition of skills in both lecturers and students · Teaching & learning that embrace modern technologies

Research Niche:

Development communication and marketing initiatives towards sustainable community empowerment.

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School of Public Relations, Media Studies and Marketing Director of School

Dr. A Moodly D.Ed (UNISA); MBA (BSN) Email: [email protected] Tel No: Fax No: 043 ­ 709 4000 043 ­ 709 4093

Directory Secretary ­ Vacant

Tel No: Fax No: 043 ­ 709 4067 043 ­ 704 4093

CONTACT DETAILS BUFFALO CITY CAMPUS Chiselhust Site: (Department of Public Relations and Communication

Tel No: Fax No: 043 ­ 709 4036 043 ­ 709 4093

Heritage Building Site: (Department of Media Studies)

Tel No: Fax No: 043 - 703 8505/8508 043 ­ 703 8534

Potsdam Site: (Department of Marketing)

Tel No: Fax No: 043 - 708 5269 043 ­ 708 5438

MTHATHA CAMPUS Zamukulingisa Site: (Department of Public Relations and Communication)

Tel No: Fax No: 047 ­ 5011 400 047 ­ 537 0169

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STAFF INFORMATION DEPARTMENT OF MEDIA STUDIES Buffalo City Campus

HoD Office Administrators Journalism Broadcasting Associate Director Senior Lecturers : Ms. C. Mhlope, ND: Journalism. (BT) : Ms.T. Zuma, NC: Versatile Broadcasting (BT) : Dr. A. G Weimann, D Ed (UNISA) : Mr. P. Schneider, MA (Mass Com) (Leicester) Dr. A. van der Spuy, D Litt (NMMU) Mrs. H. Lockyear, MA (Mass Com) (Leicester) : Mr. T. A Smith, M Ed (UNISA) Ms. S. Mona, M Ed (Deakin) Mr. W. Aboagye, MA (Univ. Potch) Mr. W. Baiden-Amissah, M Ed (UNITRA) Ms. N. E. R Mdingi, BA Hons (UFS) Mrs. L. Wood, BA, B. Ed (Rhodes) Mr. T. Ntingi, BA Journalism (Rhodes) : Ms. S. Cumming, BA Hons (Natal) Mr. B. Baiden-Ampah, BA Hons (Ghana) Mr. P. Gladwin, (Radio Academy) Mr. G Gerber, (Radio Academy) Ms. K. Fish, ND: Journalism. (BT) Mrs. S Jason Marechal, Professeur de Francais (All Francais) : Mr. M. Fredericks, DE3 (Pers. College) : Vacant

Lecturers

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DEPARTMENT OF MARKETING

Acting HoD & Lecturer Administration Officer Senior Lecturers : Mr L. Mgqibela, B.Tech: Marketing (BT) : Ms. N. S Siswana, B-Tech Mgt (BT) : Ms. D. Sandford, MA: HMS (UPE) Mr. G. Chandler, M.Com (Rhodes) Dr. C. Woodhall, PhD (PWU) : Ms. L. Nelson, B-Tech Mkt (BT) Mrs. E. Bouwer, BA Hons (CPRP PRISA) (UFS)

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Ms. J. Stewart, B.Com (UPE) Ms. B. Mpepo, B.Com (UFH) Mr. L. Mgqibela, B-Tech: Mkt (BT) Mr. D. Landu, B-Tech: Mkt (BT) Ms. N. Mduma, B-Tech: Mkt (BT) Ms. S, Hansen

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC RELATIONS AND COMMUNICATION Chiselhurst Site

HoD Office Administrators Senior Lecturers Lecturers : Dr A.L. Moodly, D.Ed. (UNISA); MBA (BSN) Mr. I. P Saunderson, MA (Univ. of North West) : Ms. K. R Masha, M Phil (CALT) (Stellenbosch) Ms. C. Mva, BSoc Hons (Communication) (UFH) Mr. S. Soha, B-Tech: PR (WSU) : Vacant

Ibika Site

Senior Lecturers Lecturers : Mrs N.N. Jack, MA (African Languages) (Stellenbosch) : Ms. U. Mapekula, BA Hons (UDW) Mr. D. G Spofana, MA (African Languages) (Stellenbosch) Mr. T. L Masakala, BA Hons (English) (UNITRA) Ms. Z.N Kwinana, BSoc (Communication) (UFH) : Ms N. Mpulwana, ND: IT (ECT)

Technician

Queenstown Site

Lecturer : Ms. W. Mashologu M Ed

Zamukulungisa Site

Senior Lecturers Lecturers : Mr. J. Bbaale, M Phil (Linguistics) (Stellenbosch) : Ms. L. Jayakrishnan, MA (Eng Lang & Lit) (Univ. of India) Mr. S. Mathenda, MA (Media & Comm) (Univ. of Zimbabwe) Ms. M. Mtongana, MA (Education) (UNITRA) Mr. S. Peter, B-Tech: (WSU)

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DEPARTMENT OF MEDIA STUDIES NATIONAL CERTIFICATE IN VERSATILE BROADCASTING Offered at Heritage Building Site Only

Qualification: Offering Type: 1.1 National Certificate in Versatile Broadcasting Full Time

Purpose The purpose of this offering is to provide the qualifying learners with the information and skills necessary to practise as a professional broadcaster and communicator in this wide field. The information and skills encompass language, interpersonal and mass communication. Communication, technical knowledge and operation, technical and creative production, voice-over and presentation, management and marketing.

1.2

Rules and Regulations Prospective students must be in possession of a National Senior Certificate or equivalent. In addition, all prospective students must undertake an additional written and oral exercise, as well as an interview as screening tests. Students will be selected if performance on these exercises meets the necessary requirements industry and related experience will be considered. 1.2.1 Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) Prior learning shall be recognized, subject to the requirement of each programme and as per WSU's recognition of prior learning policy (RPL)

1.3

Duration National Certificate: one year full time study.

1.4

Exit Points A national Certificate Qualification shall be awarded after having completed the programme and having obtained a minimum of one hundred and twenty credits. A total of four instructional offerings (4) at first level are required to complete the National Certificate.

1.5

Subject Categorisation for National Certificate in Versatile Broadcasting

SUBJECTS Versatile Broadcasting Radio Theory English for Broadcasters Philosophy of life and life-skills SUBJECT CODES VERBRO10 RAD1113 LCOM110 PHIL114 CREDITS 50 20 30 20

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DIPLOMA IN JOURNALISM Offered at Heritage Building Site Only

Qualification: Offering Type: National Diploma in Journalism Full Time

1.1

Rules and Regulations The possession of a National Senior Certificate (NSC) or equivalent with two languages, English and isiXhosa or Afrikaans, in addition to a screening interview and / or a written test, shall serve as the general admission requirement to the National Diploma: Journalism programme offered by the Department of Journalism. 1.1.1 Recognition of prior learning (RPL) Prior learning shall be recognized, subject to the requirements of each programme and as per WSU's recognition of prior learning policy (RPL)

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Duration Diploma: three years (3 yrs) full-time

1.3

Exit points A National diploma qualification will be awarded after having completed the programme and having obtained a minimum of 360 credits. A total of 10 instructional offerings consisting of 4 first level, 3 second level and 3 third level offering is required to complete the diploma.

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Subject Categorisation for National Diploma in Journalism

SUBJECT CODE MEC1110 NER1110 MEP1110 MIM1110 MEC2110 ADR2110 MEP2110 MED3110 ADR3113 MEP3110 CREDITS 27.9 39.4 38.8 26.9 120 24 42 54 120 60 30 30 120

SUBJECT Media Communication I News Reporting I Year One Media Production I Media Information Management I Total Credits Level One Media Communication II Year Two Advanced Reporting II Media Production II Total Credits for Year Two Media Practice III Year Three Advanced Reporting III Media Production III Total Credits for Level Three

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Articulation The programme articulates with qualifications in Communication and Media studies.

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B TECH IN JOURNALISM Offered at Heritage Building Site Only

Qualification: Offering Type: 1.1 B-Tech in Journalism Part Time

Rules and Regulations The possession of a National Diploma: Journalism (or equivalent, including articulated qualifications, i.e. qualifications in Communication), in addition to a screening interview, shall serve as the general admission requirement to the Bachelor of Technology: Journalism programme offered by the Department of Journalism. 1.1.1 Recognition of prior leaning (RPL) Prior learning shall be recognized, subject to the requirements of each programme and as per WSU's Recognition of Prior Learning Policy (RPL)

1.2

Duration Bachelor of Technology one year (1yr) full-time or two year (2yrs) part time.

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Exit points A Bachelor of Technology degree will be awarded after having completed the programme and obtained a minimum of 120 credits.

1.4

Subject Categorisation for B-Tech in Journalism

SUBJECT CODES PJO4110 EDIM310 DIS4110 CREDITS 60 30 30 120

SUBJECTS Practice of Journalism IV Editorial Management III Dissertation Total Credits

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DEPARTMENT OF MARKETING DIPLOMA IN MARKETING Offered at Potsdam & College Street Sites

Qualification: Offering type: 1. National Diploma in Marketing Full Time

PURPOSE AND RATIONALE OF THE QUALIFICATION The qualifying learner will be able to develop and apply marketing and sales related plans, concepts, principles, policies and strategies in small, medium and micro enterprises independently or under supervision in larger organisations, in a range of marketing positions in both profit and non-profit seeking organisations. 1.1 Rules and Regulations

The learners must be in possession of National Senior Certificate (NSC) shall serve as the general admission in marketing programme and any other previously recognised GET and FET qualification. Learners are compulsory required to register for two non-competing DSA companies for Personal Selling I Practical Selling Project in the Semester 2. Learners would have failed the Practical Module will not be allowed to registered for all subjects at level II. Entrance requirements Learners are to meet the following entrance requirements: NSC Achievement rating of at least 3 (40-49%) for English as a home language or first additional language level or better in four recognised NSC 20- credit subjects. An achievement rating of 3 (40-49%) in English together with any other University entry requirements. Minimum statutory requirements for Diploma entry must be met. Certified documented proof from FET detailing completion of similar subject for exemption. An ability screen interview may be conducted for development intervention purposes. An NSC achievement rating of at least 3(40-49%) for Mathematics literacy or 2(30-39%) for Mathematics plus Accounting, Business Studies. Recognition of prior learning (RPL) The qualification will also be awarded to a learner who has provided evidence that the stated competence of the qualification that complies with the stated

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specified outcomes, has been achieved through work experience without formal qualification. Prior learning shall be recognized, subject to the requirements of each programme and as per WSU's recognition of prior learning policy (RPL) 1.2 Duration A three year diploma (3 yrs) 1.3 Exit points A diploma after having completed the programme and obtained a minimum of 360 credits. A total of 14 instructional offerings consisting of 5 first level offerings with Personal Selling I Practical Selling module , 5 second level offerings and 4 third level offerings . A Bachelor of Technology degree will be awarded after having completed the programme and obtained a minimum of 120 credits. A total of 4 instructional offerings are required to complete the degree. 1.4 Subject Categorisation for National Diploma in Marketing

SUBJECTS CORE COMPULSORY Marketing I Year One Personal Selling I Communication in English A Mercantile Law I Accounting for Marketers I Level 1 = 120 Credits Consumer Behaviour I Marketing II End User Computing I Economics I Quantitative Techniques I Level 2 = Credits Year Three Marketing III Marketing III Sales Management III Advertising and Sales Promotion I Level 3 = 120 credits SUBJECT CODES MAR1210 PEL1A13 PEL1B114 ENA1110 MLW1110 ACM1110 CON1110 MAR2210 EUC1110 ECN1120 QAT1A13 QAT1B14 MAR3213 MKR3110 SAM3110 ASP1110 CREDITS 24 12 12 24 24 24 24 24 24 24 12 12 30 30 30 30

Year Two

1.5

Articulation Options Vertical: B-Tech: Marketing or B-Tech: Business Administration Horizontal: Institute of Marketing Management

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B ­TECH IN MARKETING Offered at College Street Site Only

Qualification: Offering Type: 1.1 B-Tech: Marketing Part Time

Rules and Regulations A recognised diploma with 360 credits shall serve as a general admission requirement for all B-Tech programmes offered by the Department. 1.1.1 Entry Requirements A National Diploma in Marketing

1.2

Duration One year on part-time

1.3

Exit Point A Degree after having completed the qualification and obtained 120 credits.

1.4

Subject Categorisation for B-Tech in Marketing

SUBJECTS Advanced Marketing Finance 1V Marketing 1V Electives Applied Promotion 1V Applied Marketing 1V Economic 11 Total Credits: SUBJECT CODES AMF 4110 MAR 4110 APR 4110 ECN 2110 CREDITS 30 30 30 30 30 120

Year One

1.5

Articulation Vertical articulation, Masters in Marketing.

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DIPLOMA IN SMALL BUSINESS MANAGEMENT Offered at Potsdam and College Street Sites

Qualification: Offering Type: 1. National Diploma in Small Business Management Full Time

Purpose and Rationale of the Qualification The ability to compete in a vibrant economic environment is the key for business success. This qualification presents any entry to the world of business that answers to the key challenges faced by businesses in the economy. The qualifying learner will have the competence to apply essential business strategies, principles and techniques to start a small, medium or micro-enterprise and to ensure its effective functioning

1.1

Rules and Regulations The learners must be in possession of National Senior Certificate (NSC) shall serve as the general admission in small business management programme and any other previously recognised GET and FET qualification. Learners are compulsory required to register for two non-competing DSA companies for Personal Selling I Practical Selling Project in the Semester 2. Learners would have failed the Practical Module will not be allowed to registered for all subjects at level II. 1.1.1 Entrance Requirements Learners are to meet the following entrance requirements: NSC Achievement rating of at least 3 (40-49%) for English as a home language or first additional language level or better in four recognised NSC 20- credit subjects. An achievement rating of 3 (40-49%) in English together with any other University entry requirements. Minimum statutory requirements for Diploma entry must be met. Certified documented proof from FET detailing completion of similar subject for exemption. An ability screen interview may be conducted for development intervention purposes. An NSC achievement rating of at least 3(40-49%) for Mathematics literacy or 3 (40-49%) for Mathematics plus Accounting, Business Studies. 1.1.2 Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) The qualification will also be awarded to a learner who has provided evidence that the stated competence of the qualification that complies with the stated specified outcomes, has been achieved through work experience without formal qualification.

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Prior learning shall be recognized, subject to the requirements of each programme and as per WSU's recognition of prior learning policy (RPL) 1.2 Duration A three year diploma (3 yrs) 1.3 Exit Points A diploma after having completed the programme and obtained a minimum of 360 credits. A total of 14 instructional offerings consisting of 5 first level offerings with Personal Selling I Practical Selling module , 5 second level offerings and 4 third level offerings. 1.4 Subject Categorisation for National Diploma in Small Business Management

SUBJECTS CORE COMPULSORY Small Business Management I Personal Selling I Year One Communication in English A Credit Control Marketing I Total Credits Small Business Management II Marketing II Administrative Management I Production Management I Labour Relations and Law II Total Credits Small Business Management II Marketing III Small Business Management Experiential Training End User Computing Total Credits CODES SMM1110 PEL1A13 PEL1B114 CBA1110 CRE1110 MAR1210 CREDITS 24 12 12 24 24 24 120 24 24 24 24 24 120 30 30 36 24 120

Year Two

SMM2110 MAR2210 ADM1110 PMA1110 LRL2110

SMM3113 MAR3213 SBMEXPR EUC1110

Year Three

1.5

Articulation Options Vertical: B-Tech: Entrepreneurship, Business Administration; Horizontal: A learner can move to a diploma in Entrepreneurship or Marketing.

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DIPLOMA IN SPORTS MANAGEMENT Offered at ABSA Stadium Only

Qualification: Offering Type: 1. National Diploma: Sports Management Full Time

Purpose and Rationale of the Qualification The primary purpose of this qualification is to provide qualifying learners with applied competence in the analysis, interpretation and application of management principles in the fitness and health, coaching, teaching and retailing sectors of the Sport Industry. The learner should further be able to take strategic decisions in the context of a sport organisation. The learner should also be able to reflect on his/her managerial decisions and applications to access the effect thereof in the holistic context of Sport Management as practice.

1.1

Rules and Regulations The learners must be in possession of National Senior Certificate (NSC) shall serve as the general admission in all programmes offered by the department of Marketing. 1.1.1 Entrance requirements Learners are to meet the following entrance requirements: NSC Achievement rating of at least 3 (40-49%) for English as a home language or first additional language level or better in 4 20 credit subjects. An achievement rating of 3 (40-49%) in English together with any other University entry requirements. Minimum statutory requirements for Diploma entry must be met. Certified documented proof from school or club detailing sporting ability and achievement for year of application is essential. An oral interview may be required. An NSC achievement rating of at least 3(40-49%) for Mathematics literacy or 2(30-39%) for Mathematics plus Accounting, Business Studies. A minimum Admission Point Score of 23 must be met. 1.1.2 Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) Prior learning shall be recognized, subject to the requirements of each programme and as per WSU's recognition of prior learning policy (RPL).

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1.2

Duration A three year diploma (3 yrs)

1.3

Exit points A diploma after having completed the programme and obtained a minimum of 360 credits. A total of 14 instructional offerings consisting of 5 first level, 4 second level offerings and 5 third level offerings to complete the diploma.

1.4

Subject Categorisation for National Diploma in Sports Management

SUBJECT CODES SPOP110 SPAD110 MAR1210 PUBR110 ECUC1110 SPOP210 SPAD210 MAR2210 PUBR210 SPOP313 SPAD313 MAR3213 PEL1A13 PEL1B14 SPORPRA CREDITS 25 20 20 25 40 20 40 20 25 25 35 30 12 12

SUBJECTS CORE COMPULSORY Sport & Physical Recreation Studies Sport Management Year 1 Marketing I Public Relations I End-User Computing Sports & Physical Recreation Studies II Sports Management II Marketing II Public Relations II Sports & Physical Recreation Studies III Sports Management III Marketing III Personal Selling I Module I Personal Selling I Module II Sports Experiential Training

Year 2

Year 3

1.5

Articulation Options Not applicable for 2010.

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DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC RELATIONS AND COMMUNICATION DIPLOMA IN PUBLIC RELATIONS MANAGEMENT

Offered at Chiselhurst (Buffalo Campus) and Zamukulungisa (Mthatha)

Qualification: Offering Type: 1.1 National Diploma in Public Relations Management Full Time

Rules and Regulation The possession of a National Senior Certificate (NSC) or equivalent with two languages, English and isiXhosa or Afrikaans, in addition to a screening interview and or a written test. , shall serve the general admission requirement to the National Diploma: Public Relations Management programme offered by the department of Public Relations and Communications. 1.1.1 Recognition of Prior Learning Prior learning shall be recognized, subject to the requirements of each programme and as per WSU's recognition of prior learning policy. (RPL)

1.2

Duration National Diploma: three years (3yrs) full time.

1.3

Exit Points A National Diploma qualification will be awarded after having completed the programme and obtained a minimum of 360 credits. A total of 17 instructional offerings consisting of 7 first level offerings, 7 second level offerings and 3 third level offerings. A Bachelor of Technology degree will be awarded after having completed the programme and obtained a minimum of 120 credits.

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Subject Categorisation for National Diploma in Public Relations Management

SUBJECT CODES PUBR1/0 COMS 1/0 MEDS 1/0 WORP 1/0 ELGS 1/0 XLGS 1/0 ALGS 1/0 CREDITS 25 25 25 15 15 15 120 20 20 20 15 15 15 15 120 40 40 40 120

SUBJECTS CORE COMPULSORY Public Relations I Communication Science I Media Studies Introduction to Word Processing Year One Language: English Language: IsiXhosa or Afrikaans Total Credits for Level I Public Relations II Communication Science 2 Media Studies Year Two Business Studies Marketing and Advertising Law for Public Relations Videology Total Credits for Level II Public Relations III Communication Sciences III Public Relations Practice Total Credits for Level III Year 3

PUBR 2/0 COMS 2/0 MDS 2/0 BUPR 1/0 MAKT 1/0 LAPR 1/0 VIDL 1/0

PUBR 3/0 COMS 3/0 PRPR 1/0

1.5

Articulation Options The programme articulates with qualification in Communication and Media Studies.

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B-TECH: PUBLIC RELATIONS MANAGEMENT Offered at Chiselhurst and Zamukulungisa Sites

Qualification: Offering Type: 1.1 B-Tech: Public Relations Management Full Time

Rules and Regulations The possession of a National Diploma in Public Relations Management or equivalent including articulated qualifications, i.e. qualifications in Communication, in addition to a screening interview, shall serve as the general admission requirement to the Bachelor of Technology: Public Relations Management programme offered by the department of Public Relations and Communication. 1.1.1 Recognition of Prior Learning Prior learning shall be recognized, subject to the requirements of each programme and as per WSU's recognition of prior learning policy. (RPL)

1.2

Duration Bachelor of Technology: one year (1yr) full time, or two years (2 yrs) part time.

1.3

Exit Points A Bachelor of Technology degree will be awarded after having completed the programme and obtained a minimum of 120 credits. A total of 5 instructional offerings are required to complete the degree.

1.4

Subject Categorisation for B-Tech in Public Relations Management

SUBJECT CODE PUBR 4/0 COMS 4/0 MEDS 4/0 MANP 4/0 RESMTH 1/0 (Theory) (Research Project) SUBJECT CREDIT 20 20 20 20 20 20 120

SUBJECT CORE COMPULSORY Public Relations 4 Communication Sciences Media Studies 4 Management Practice IV Research Methodology Total Credits

1.5

Articulation The programme articulates with qualifications in Communication, Media Studies and Public Relations.

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SCHOOL OF TOURISM & HOSPITALITY Departments:

· Department of Tourism Management · Department of Hospitality Management

Vision:

To excel in the provision of world-class tourism and hospitality education and training in order to contribute to local, regional and national development priorities.

Mission:

· Achieve and maintain international standards & regional relevance in education, training & research; · To unlock existing potential for developmental by providing outreach services to the community; · Provide learners with theoretical knowledge, & practical skills augmented by Work-Integrated learning; · Provide appropriate, technological, career-focused education in co-operation with industry.

Values:

· · · · · Dedication to Our Vision Open Communication Consultative Decision Making Upholding Professional Work Ethics Community Citizenship Attitude

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School of Tourism & Hospitality Director of School

Mr. K. O. Acheampong, MSc. Tourism Dev. & Mgt (BCUC, UK) MA Geog. (Natal) Email: [email protected] Tel No: Fax No: 043 ­ 702 9209 047 ­ 702 9284

Directory Secretary - Vacant

Tel No: Fax No: 043 ­ 702 9209 043 ­ 702 9284

CONTACT DETAILS BUFFALO CITY College Street Site

Tel No: Fax No: 043 - 702 9285 043 ­ 702 9284

BUTTERWORTH CAMPUS Ibika Site

Tel No: Fax No: 047 - 401 6152 047 - 401 6151

MTHATHA CAMPUS Enkululekweni Site

Tel No: Fax No: 047 ­ 501 1483 047 ­ 537 0169

Zamukulungisa Site

Tel No: Fax No: 047 ­ 5011 400 047 ­ 537 0169

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SCHOOL STAFF INFORMATION DEPARTMENT OF TOURISM MANAGEMENT Buffalo City Campus

HoD Project Coordinator Senior Lecturers : Vacant : Vacant

: Mr. D. Tassiopoulos, MBA (Stellenbosch) Mr. J. Mpanza, M.Sc. URP (Natal) Mr. D. Vallabh, MA (Westminster, UK) : Ms. L. Roberts, B A Comm. & Ed (UNISA) Mr. S. Mxunyelwa, B-Tech: Sports Mgt (TUT) Mr. T. Tichaawa, M-Tech: Tourism Mgt (CPUT)

Lecturers

Ibika Campus

Acting HoD & Senior Lecturer : Mr. V. Cengimbo, M-Tech: B.Admin (TSA) Office Administrator Lecturers : Mr. N. Sigumede, ND: Comm. Law (ECT) : Mrs. Z. Mabona, B-Tech -Tourism Mgt (DUT) Mr. S. Stofile, B-Tech: Tourism Mgt (CPUT) Mr. M. Mboyi, B-Tech: Tourism Mgt (DUT) Mr. T. Setokoe, B-Tech: Tourism Mgt (CPUT) Mr. P. Fadana, B-Tech: Tourism Mgt (CPUT)

DEPARTMENT OF HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT (HOTEL SCHOOL) Buffalo City Campus

HoD Office Administrator Senior Lecturer Lecturers : Vacant : Ms. V. Mafa, ND: Secretarial (ELTC) : Vacant : Mrs. V. Nomnga, B A: Consumer Sci. (UNISA) Mr. M. Ellis, MBA (BSN) Mr. L. Stemela, B-Tech: Food & Bev. Mgt (CPUT) Ms. T. Mtiya, B-Tech -Tourism Mgt (BT) Mr. O. Mhlanga, M Comm. Acc. & Eco. (UFH) : Mr. S. Sepoko, B-Tech: Tourism Mgt (BT)

Junior Lecturers

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Ms. N. Ngxekana, B-Tech: Tourism Mgt (BT) Lab Technician : Ms. T. Xipu, B-Tech: Hosp. Mgt (CPUT)

Ibika Campus

Acting HoD & Lecturer Lecturers : Mr. C. Holtby, HD: B Admin (DAMELIN) : Mr. V. Mlanjana, B-Tech: Hosp. Mgt (TUT) Mr. T. Majiki- Mabandla, B-Tech: Food & Bev. Mgt (CPUT) Mr. L. Ndukwana, M-Tech: B-Admin (TSA) Mr. K. Poponi, B-Tech: Tourism Mgt (BT) Ms. M. Mokoena, B-Tech: Food Service Mgt (VUT) : Ms. M. Dlamini, B-Tech: Food Service Mgt (VUT) Ms. N. Gumpe, ND: Hosp. Mgt (BT)

Lab Technicians

Mthatha Campus

HoD Lecturers : Vacant : Mr. A. Teffo, B-Tech: Food Service Mgt (TUT) Ms. J. Mijere, B A: Home Econ. (Notre' Dame, USA) Ms. S. Sandlana, B-Tech: Food Service Mgt (CPUT) Ms. M. Chibe, M-Tech: Food & Bev. Mgt (VUT) Ms. S. Sazini, B-Tech: Hosp. Mgt (CPUT) : Ms. T. Ningiza, ND: Hosp. Mgt (BT) Ms. N. Goqwana, ND: Food Service Mgt (ECT)

Lab Technicians

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DEPARTMENT OF HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT Diploma offered at College Street, Ibika & Enkululekweni Sites

Qualification: Offering Type: National Diploma in Hospitality Management Full Time

Career Opportunities:

A qualification in Hospitality Management will open doors to career opportunities in any Hospitality institution, including hotels, restaurants, game lodges, food service units, private and executive catering enterprises, and training facilities. The students are encouraged to consider the entrepreneurial opportunities opened to them on completion of their studies.

Entry Requirements:

A Senior Certificate is a pre-requisite. A minimum higher-grade E symbol pass in English is a requirement. Passes in Mathematics, Business Economics, Accounting, Hotel Keeping and Catering are recommended and preferred. First-time applicants in the process of obtaining their Matriculation Qualification may submit their latest official symbols but might be wait-listed or conditionally accepted.

Swedish Rating Scale (SRS). Each subject is scored according to the symbol obtained. A HG SG 8 6 B 7 5 C 6 4 D 5 3 E 4 2 F 2 1 G 0 0

Final Matriculation Results are scored according to the Swedish Rating Scale (above)

WEIGHTED RATING SCORE (WRS)

For the purpose of selection into the Hospitality Management Programme some Matriculation subjects are more applicable to the programme than others and so are given a greater weighting:

PROCEDURE: Step 1

Applicants are ranked according to a system where their SRS scores attained are multiplied by the Weight Factor. For example: an A-symbol in Accountancy SG calculates as: 6(SRS) X 4(WEIGHT) = 24. This exercise is repeated for all the final year school subjects taken and the total thereof is the WRS.

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WEIGHT FACTOR 5 4 3 2 1

SCHOOL SUBJECTS Accounting HG; Business Economics HG; English First Language HG; Mathematics HG, Hotel Keeping and Catering SG Accounting SG; Business Economics SG; English First Language SG; English Second Language HG; Mathematics SG; Commerce HG,: Economics HG; English Second Language SG; Biology HG; Commercial Mathematics HG; Commerce SG; Economics SG; Geography HG, History HG; Physical Science HG; All other School Subjects

Step 2

An applicant who's WRS is 35 or greater is accepted but can still be subject to undergoing a scientific selection process of Psychometric Testing. Applicants may be expected to participate in a Selection Interview and write a Motivational Essay. (WRS of 30 to 34 is wait-listed and less than 30 is not selected).

Step 3

All successful applicants selected into the programme are required to do the English Language Student Assessment (ELSA) test. Exit Level Qualifications can only granted on application and after the successful completion of all the academic requirements of the relevant NQF Academic Structure. These are only available after a learner has decided to discontinue their studies (before completing all the requirements of the 360 credit qualification) and have not been registered for a period of no less than two years.

NATIONAL DIPLOMA / DEGREE CREDITS Each subject carries a credit value. In order to meet the outcome of each NQF level, 120 credits need to be accumulated at each level. National Diplomas (NQF 6) require 360 credits in total. These are offered at: College Street, Ibika & Nkululekweni Campus.

NSC ADMISSION RATING SYSTEM (NEW)

RATING CODE 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 RATING Outstanding Achievement Meritorious Achievement Substantial Achievement Adequate Achievement Moderate Achievement Elementary Achievement Not Achieved MARKS% 80-100 70-79 60-69 50-59 40-49 30-39 0-29

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MINIMUM NSC ENTRY REQUIREMENTS (NEW)

COMPULSORY SUBJECTS English (Home Language) English (Additional language) Life orientation Maths Literacy OR Maths THREE other recommended 2 credit subjects* Or all other 20 credit subjects NSC RATING 4 4 3 3 3 3 4 WEIGHT FACTOR 3 3 2 3 3 3 1

* Recommended Subjects: Accountancy, Hotel Keeping & Catering/Hospitality Management, Home Economics and Economics Admission Point Score (APS) determined by your Achieved NSC Rating X NSC Weight Factor. For example: Meritorious Achievement in English (Home Language) calculates as: 6 (Your Achieved NSC rating code) X 3 (WEIGHT) = 18. Minimum Score required for applying: 40 Minimum Score for unconditional acceptance: 50 The completion of each subject at the lower level is a requirement for registration of the same subject at a higher level. All modules of a subject must be completed before a subject is regarded as having been passed. All subjects in the first year National Diploma Hospitality Management are compulsory; there are no optional offerings in the first year of study. All subject offerings are subject to both minimum and maximum enrolment number criteria. Subject Categorisation for Hospitality Management

3 YEAR NATIONAL DIPLOMA (360 NQF CREDITS) Year 1 (NQF 5A) National Certificate: 120 Credits Culinary Studies & Nutrition Theory 1 Culinary Studies & Nutrition Practical 1 Food & Beverage Studies Theory 1 Food & Beverage Studies Practical 1 Hospitality Communications 1 Hospitality Management 1 Accommodation Management 1 Hospitality Financial Management 1 Hospitality Information Systems 1 Hospitality Health & Safety Service Excellence 1 Preliminary Wine Course SUBJECT CODES CUS11T0 CUS11P0 FBS11T0 FBS11P0 HOC1110 HOM1110 HAC1110 FIMH110 HINS113 HHS1113 HSE1113 PWC1113 CREDITS 8 12 8 12 4 8 20 12 6 12 8 0

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YEAR 2 (NQF 5B) National Higher Certificate (Total: 120 Credits) Culinary Studies Theory II Culinary Studies Practical II Food & Beverage Studies Theory II Food & Beverage Studies Practical II Hospitality Communications II Hospitality Management II Hospitality Financial Management II Hospitality Industry Law I Hospitality Information Systems II Accommodation Management II Co-operative Education Module B YEAR 3 (NQF 6) National Diploma (Total Credits 120) Co-operative Education Module C Food and Beverage Studies III Hospitality Financial Management III Hospitality Industry law II Hospitality Management III Hospitality Accommodation Management III Hospitality Information Systems III

SUBJECT CODES CUS21T3 CUS21P3 FBS21P3 FBS21T3 HOC2113 HOM2113 FIMH213 HIL1113 HIS213 HAC2113 COP-EDB SUBJECT CODES COP-EDC FBS31T3 FIMH3B3 HIL2113 HOM3113 HAC3113 HINS313

CREDITS 2 8 2 8 4 8 8 4 6 10 60 CREDITS 60 10 12 6 10 10 12

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DEPARTMENT OF TOURISM MANAGEMENT DIPLOMA IN TOURISM MANAGEMENT Diploma offered at College Street & Ibika Sites

Qualification: Offering Type: National Diploma in Tourism Full Time

Entry Requirements for National Diploma (Tourism Management)

A Senior certificate is a pre-requisite. A minimum higher-grade E symbol pass in English is a requirement. Passes in Mathematics, Business Economics, Travel & Tourism Studies, Geography, History and Accounting are recommended and preferred. First-time applicants in the process of obtaining their Matriculation Qualification may submit their latest official symbols but might be wait-listed or conditionally accepted.

Swedish Rating Scale (SRS). Each subject is scored according to the symbol obtained. A HG SG 8 6 B 7 5 C 6 4 D 5 3 E 4 2 F 2 1 G 0 0

Final Matriculation Results are scored according to the Swedish Rating Scale (above) and then ranked according to the Weighted Rating Scale (see further on).

WEIGHTED RATING SCORE (WRS)

For the purpose of selection into the Tourism Management Programme some Matriculation subjects are more preferred than others and are given a greater weighting:

PROCEDURE: Step 1

Applicants are ranked according to the system where their SRS scores attained are multiplied by the Weight Factor. For example: an A-symbol in Accountancy SG calculates as: 6(SRS) X 4(WEIGHT) = 24. This exercise is repeated for all the final year school subjects taken and the total thereof is the WRS.

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WEIGHT FACTOR 5 4 3 2 1

SCHOOL SUBJECTS Accounting HG; Business Economics HG; English First Language HG; Mathematics HG, Travel & Tourism SG Accounting SG; Business Economics SG; English First Language SG; English Second Language HG; Mathematics SG; Commerce HG,: Economics HG; English Second Language SG; Biology HG; Commercial Mathematics HG; Commerce SG; Economics SG; Geography HG, History HG; Physical Science HG; All other School Subjects

Step 2

An applicant who's WRS is 40 or greater is accepted but can still be subject to undergoing a scientific selection process of Psychometric Testing. Applicants may be expected to participate in a Selection Interview and write a Motivational Essay. (WRS of 35 to 39 is wait-listed and less than 35 is not selected).

Step 3

All successful applicants selected into the programme are required to do the English Language Student Assessment (ELSA) test. Exit Level Qualifications can only granted on application and after the successful completion of all the academic requirements of the relevant NQF Academic Structure. These are only available after a learner has decided to discontinue their studies (before completing all the requirements of the 360 credit qualification) and have not been registered for a period of no less than two years.

NSC ADMISSION RATING SYSTEM (NEW)

RATING CODE 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 RATING Outstanding achievement Meritorious Achievement Substantial Achievement Adequate Achievement Moderate Achievement Elementary Achievement Not achieved MARKS % 80-100 70-79 60-69 50-59 40-49 30-39 0-29

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MINIMUM NSC ENTRY REQUIREMENTS (NEW)

COMPULSORY SUBJECTS English (home) OR English (1st Additional) Life Orientation Maths OR Maths Literacy AND no more than three recommended 20 credit subjects* OR no more than ONE other 20 credit subject NSC RATING 4 4 4 3 4 4 4 NSC Weight factor 3 3 2 3 3 3 1

Recommended: Tourism, Accounting, Business studies, Economics, Geography, Computer Applications Technology Admission Point Score (APS) determined by your Achieved NSC Rating X NSC Weight Factor. For example: A Meritorious Achievement in English (Home Language) calculates as: 6 (Your Achieved NSC rating code) X 3 (WEIGHT) = 18. Minimum Score required for applying: 45. Minimum Score for unconditional acceptance: 55 Subject Categorisation for National Diploma in Tourism Management

3 YEAR NATIONAL DIPLOMA (360 NQF CREDITS) YEAR ONE Year Courses NQF level 5A (Total: 120 Credits) End-User Computing I (CE) Communication I (CE) Travel & Tourism Practice I: Destinations I Marketing for Tourism I Travel & Tourism Management I: Introduction to Management Travel & Tourism Practice I: Air Travel I Tourism Development I : Module I Travel & Tourism Management I: Applied Management Travel & Tourism Practice I: Travel Agency Operations & Procedures I Tourism Development I : Module II CODES EUC1110 COMT110 TTP1A10 MFT1110 TTM1A13 TTP1B13 TOD1A13 TTM1B14 TTP1C13 TOD1B14 CREDITS 16 16 8 16 12 8 12 12 8 12

First Semester

Second Semester

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NQF level 5B (240 Credits - includes credits of NQF level 5A) Travel & Tourism Management II: Personnel Management Travel & Tourism Management II: Financial Management Travel & Tourism Practice II: Destinations II (#) Marketing for Tourism II Law for Tourism Media & Public Relations for Tourism I Tourism Development II Choose any One of the Elective Modules Travel & Tourism Practice II: Hospitality Operations I (*) Travel & Tourism Practice II: Tourist Guiding I (*) ($) Travel & Tourism Practice II: Cultural Tourism I (*) (%) Travel & Tourism Practice II: Event Management I (*) Tourism Development III Travel & Tourism Management III Co-operative Education Module A Year Three TTM2A10 TTM2B10 TTP2A10 MFT2110 LWT1110 MPR1110 TOD2110 TTP2D10 TTP2E10 TTP2G10 TTP2F10 12 14 8 23 14 14 23 12 12 12 12

Year Two

NQF level 6 (360 credits ­ includes credits of NQF levels 5A and 5B) TOD3110 TTM3110 COPB113 20 20 60

OPTIONAL

Travel & Tourism Practice III: Destinations III TTP3A10 8 Choose any One of the Elective Modules Travel & Tourism Practice III: TTP3E10 12 Hospitality Operations module II Travel & Tourism Practice III: Tourist Guiding II TTP3C10 12 Travel & Tourism Practice III: Cultural Tourism II TTP3G10 12 Travel & Tourism Practice III: TTP3D10 12 Event Management II module Conversational French I & II COF1110 16 Conversational German COG1110 16 Galileo ($) GAL1110 (*) Choice of one out of the three elective modules PLUS ONE (#) Compulsory module in year 2 and 3. Once a choice has been made at year 2, that choice has to be carried through to year 3. (%) this elective is only offered at IBIKA campus ($) this elective is only offered at COLLEGE STREET campus Certain offering/s or subject/s (and combinations) are required to be successfully completed before the offering/s at a higher level can be registered for (prerequisites) Optional subjects and/or modules are subject to a minimum and maximum student enrolment

Please Note:

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B-TECH: TOURISM MANAGEMENT Offered at College Street Site Only

Qualification: Offering Type: 1. Baccalaureus Technology - Tourism Management (3322000) Full Time & Part Time

Rules and Regulation Students who are graduates of the NDip. (Travel & Tourism), or equivalent NQF 360 credits are required to direct their enquiries to the Programme Coordinator for further information about the conversion to B. Tech. (Tourism Management). Each application for acceptance onto the course will be assessed individually. The B. Tech Programme is offered in Block Sessions of 4 working days per month. A Tourism Research Project Continuation Fee is due by students that register for the said subject a second time and any registrations of the subject thereafter.

1.1.1 Entry Requirements

BTECH Degree applicants must achieve at least a 60 % average pass mark at the relevant NQF 6 or in addition have two years relevant industry experience to be admitted into the degree programme (NQF 7). 1.1.2 Duration One year (1 yr) Full Time and over two years (2 yrs) part time. NB: Part-time students are required to register for the degree programme over two years. 2. Subject Categorisation

SUBJECT / MODULES Research Methodology I (Semester 1) CODES RMT1113 TOD4113 MFT3114 ASM1114 TRP1110 CREDITS 20 25 25 25 25

First Year

Tourism Development IV (Semester 1) Marketing for Tourism III (Semester 2) Advanced Strategic Management (Semester 2) Tourism Research Project (Semester 1 and 2)

Please Note: Subjects and/or Optional modules are subject to a minimum and maximum student enrolment.

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ENTERPRISE DEVELOPMENT CENTRE Vision and Mission of the Enterprise Development Centre in Relation to that of WSU

The University's overall vision serves as the generic framework for the visions of the Faculties; their Schools as well as the University's Centres. Accordingly, the vision of WSU is "To be a leading African comprehensive university focusing on innovative educational, research and community partnership programmes that are responsive to local, regional and national development priorities, and cognisant of continental and international imperatives." The EDC's vision, below, is located firmly within the University's overall long-term vision. Entrepreneurship development is of specific significance to the mission of WSU. The WSU mission (below) views the acquisition of "entrepreneurial attributes" as one of the core distinguishing features of the University's graduates. As such the Centre will play a pivotal role in ensuring that the University's graduates eventually acquire and exhibit the entrepreneurial attributes as adumbrated in the mission. Entrepreneurship also features high in the niche areas of the University, specifically in the Faculty of Business Management Sciences and Law. It is an integral part of the vision as well as a research niche area.

Vision of the EDC

The new Enterprise Development Centre (EDC) draws its vision from that of the Faculty of Business; Management Sciences and Law (BML), which is to excel in the empowerment of world-class professionals and entrepreneurs from rural and developing communities. The EDC's vision will therefore be to "excel in the empowerment of world-class businesspeople and entrepreneurs from rural and developing communities".

The EDC's Mission will be to:

· Conduct relevant research into entrepreneurship-related challenges and opportunities; · Ensure that the research findings are meaningful and can be applied to improve the plight of the target population of the EDC as well as the various stakeholders in the field concerned; · Explore entrepreneurship development models that work in poor; rural and/or developing contexts with a specific bias towards Small to Medium Enterprises (SME's) in the province; · Research and develop implementation mechanisms for new models of Broad Based Black Economic Empowerment that involve communities (in various forms, including co-ops); · Develop and offer a range of programmes that are geared at developing human

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capital in the entrepreneurship and small business field; using the Provincial Growth and Development Programme as the main guide (in terms of priority areas for business development); · Champion and run a new and unique MBA that focuses primarily on ownermanagers of Small to Medium Enterprises in partnership with key stakeholders and business formations; · Offer a range of business advisory services to SME's in partnership with stakeholders

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STAFF INFORMATION

Interim Chairperson : Dr. C.J Posthumus, PhD (LSU)

Acting CEO

Mr. C. Pakade, MBA (CW) (MANCOSA) Email: [email protected] Tel No: Fax No: 043 ­ 701 2904 043 - 726 2564

Executive Secretary

Ms J.P. Eva, ND : Secretarial & Admin (ELTC) Email: [email protected] Tel No: Fax No: 043 ­ 701 2900 043 - 726 2564 : Dr. W Plaatjies, PhD (NMMU)

Executive Manager

Academic & Research

Manager : Ms. S. Hansen, MBA (Univ. of Wales)

Professional Qualifications

Manager : Mr. M. Panicker, MBL (F.I.M.A)

Courseware Development & Quality Assurance

Executive Manager : Dr. W. Mutyaba, PhD (Sukhadia Univ. India)

Business Adv. & Outreach Business Advisory Services :

Manager : Mr. C Lwanga, MBA (Rochester, NY) Ms. L. Mgweba, Hons Pub. Admin. (Stell.)

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Community & Business Outreach Office Assistant

Ms. W. Mfeya Email: [email protected] Tel No: Fax No: 043 - 701 2900 043 ­ 726 2564

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NOTES

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