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National Certificates

National Certificate in Datametrics (02402) 4

National Diplomas

National Diploma: Engineering: Civil (NDECI) 6 National Diploma: Engineering: Electrical Clinical Engineering (NDEEN CEN) 8 National Diploma: Engineering: Electrical Computer Systems (NDEEN COS) 10 National Diploma: Engineering: Electrical Electronics and Electronic Communication (NDEEN EEC) 12 National Diploma: Engineering: Electrical Mechatronics (NDEEN MEC) 14 National Diploma: Engineering: Electrical Power Engineering (NDEEN PEN) 16 National Diploma: Engineering: Electrical Process Instrumentation (NDEEN PIN) 18 20 National Diploma: Engineering: Industrial (NDEID) National Diploma: Engineering: Mechanical (NDEMC) 22 National Diploma: Engineering: Chemical (NDENG) 24 National Diploma: Information Technology (NDINL) 26 28 National Diploma: Mining Engineering (NDMIN) National Diploma: Mine Surveying (NDMSR) 30 32 National Diploma: Pulp and Paper Technology (NDPPT) National Diploma: Surface Mining (NDSMI) 34

Diplomas

Diploma in Information Technology (98806) 35

Bachelor Degrees

Bachelor of Science General Degree (02089 GEN) 36 Bachelor of Science General Degree 98801 GEN 38 Bachelor of Science Information Technology and Computer Science: Computational Intelligence Stream (02089 ICI) 40 Bachelor of Science Information Technology and Computer Science: Computational Statistics (Programming) Stream (02089 ICP) 41 Bachelor of Science Information Technology and Computer Science: Computational Statistics (Information Systems) Stream (02089 ICS) 42 Bachelor of Science Information Technology and Computer Science: Decision Modelling and Computing Stream (02089 IDC) 43 Bachelor of Science Information Technology and Computer Science: Information and Decision Modelling Stream (02089 IDM) 44 Bachelor of Science Information Technology and Computer Science: Scientific Computing Stream (02089 ISC) 45 Bachelor of Science Information Technology and Computer Science: Software Engineering Stream (02089 ISE) 46 Bachelor of Science Information Technology and Computer Science: Information Systems and Geography (02089 ISG) 47 Bachelor of Science Information Technology and Computer Science: Information Technology Management Stream (02089 ITM) 48 Bachelor of Science in Computing (98906) 49 Bachelor of Science in Informatics (98907) 50 Bachelor of Science Mathematical and Statistical Science: Applied Mathematics Stream (02089 MAM) 51 Bachelor of Science Mathematical and Statistical Science: Environmental Statistics Stream (02089 MES) 52 Bachelor of Science Mathematical and Statistical Science: Financial Modelling Stream (02089 MFI) 53 Bachelor of Science Mathematical and Statistical Science: Mathematics Stream (02089 MMA) 54

Bachelor of Science Mathematical and Statistical Science: Mathematical: Modelling 55 Stream (02089 MMM) Bachelor of Science Mathematical and Statistical Science: Mathematical Statistics Stream (02089 MMS) 56 Bachelor of Science Mathematical and Statistical Science: Statistical Decision 57 Science Stream (02089 MSD) Bachelor of Science Mathematical and Statistical Science: Statistics for Management Stream (02089 MSM) 58 Bachelor of Science (Mathematics and Applied Mathematics Major) (98801 MAM) 59 Bachelor of Science (Mathematics and Information Systems Major) (98801 MIS) 60 Bachelor of Science (Applied Mathematics and Computer Science Major) (98801 AMC) 61 Bachelor of Science (Mathematics and Computer Science Major) (98801 MCS) 62 Bachelor of Science (Applied Mathematics and Physics Major) (98801 AMP) 63 Bachelor of Science (Mathematics and Physics Major) (98801 MAP) 64 65 Bachelor of Science (Statistics and Physics Major) (98801 STP) Bachelor of Science (Applied Mathematics and Statistics Major) (98801 AMS) 66 Bachelor of Science (Mathematics and Statistics Major) (98801 MAS) 67 Bachelor of Science (Mathematics and Chemistry Major (98801 MAC) 68 Bachelor of Science (Chemistry and Applied Mathematics Major) (98801 CAM) 69 70 Bachelor of Science (Chemistry and Physics Major) (98801 CAP) Bachelor of Science (Chemistry and Statistics Major) (98801 CAS) 71 Bachelor of Science (Chemistry and Computer Science Major) (98801 CCS) 72 Bachelor of Science (Chemistry and Information Systems Major) (98801 CIS) 73 Bachelor of Science Natural Sciences: Astronomy Stream (02089 NAS) 74 Bachelor of Science Natural Sciences: Chemistry and Physics Stream (02089 NCF) 75 Bachelor of Science Natural Sciences: Chemistry and Microbiology Stream (02089 NCK) 76 Bachelor of Science Natural Sciences: Chemistry and Mathematics Stream (02089 NCM) 77 Bachelor of Science Natural Sciences: Chemistry and Physiology Stream (02089 NCP) 78 Bachelor of Science Natural Sciences: Physics and Computer Science Stream (02089 NFC) 79 Bachelor of Science Natural Sciences: Physics Stream (02089 NFI) 80

Baccalaureus Technologiae: Engineering: Chemical (Environmental) (BTECE) Baccalaureus Technologiae: Engineering: Civil Construction Management (BTECV COM) Baccalaureus Technologiae: Engineering: Civil Environmental Engineering (BTECV ENV) Baccalaureus Technologiae: Engineering: Civil Structural (BTECV STR) Baccalaureus Technologiae: Engineering: Civil Urban Engineering (BTECV URB) Baccalaureus Technologiae: Engineering: Civil Water (BTECV WAT) Baccalaureus Technologiae: Engineering: Electrical Clinical Engineering (BTELN CEN) Baccalaureus Technologiae: Engineering: Electrical Computer Systems (BTELN COS) Baccalaureus Technologiae: Engineering: Electrical Power Engineering (BTELN PEN) 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90

Baccalaureus Technologiae: Engineering: Electrical Process Instrumentation (BTELN PIN) Baccalaureus Technologiae: Engineering: Electrical Telecommunication (BTELN TEL) Baccalaureus Technologiae: Engineering: Chemical (BTENC) Baccalaureus Technologiae: Engineering: Industrial (BTENI) Baccalaureus Technologiae: Information Technology (BTINF) Baccalaureus Technologiae: Engineering: Mechanical (BTMEE)

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Honours Degrees

Honours Bachelor of Commerce in Statistics (04103) Honours Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics (04375) Bachelor of Science Honours in Chemistry Education (98910) Honours Bachelor of Science in Chemistry (04472) Honours Bachelor of Science in Physics (04502) Bachelor of Science Honours in Physics Education (98914) Bachelor of Science Honours in Science Education (98915) Bachelor of Science Honours in Life Science Education (98912) 97 98 99 99 100 100 101 103

Honours Bachelor of Science in Astronomy (04561) Bachelor of Science Honours in Astronomy Education (98909) Honours Bachelor of Science in Applied Mathematics (0457X) Honours Bachelor of Science in Mathematics (04588) Bachelor of Science Honours in Mathematics Education (98913) Honours Bachelor of Science in Statistics (04596) Bachelor of Science Honours in Statistics Education (98916) Honours Bachelor of Science in Information Systems (04693) Honours Bachelor of Science in Computer Science (04545) Bachelor of Science Honours in Computing (98908) Bachelor of Science Honours in Technology Education (98917) Bachelor of Science Honours in Computing Education (98911) Honours Bachelor of Commerce in Business Informatics (05282) Bachelor of Commerce Honours in Business Informatics (98450) Honours Bachelor of Science in Data Mining (05622)

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First Level

02402

5 120

NSC (Degree) with Mathematics & English passed with a rating of 4 OR matriculation exemption with at least E(40%) for Higher Grade Mathematics & English or at least D(50%) for Standard Grade Mathematics and English Until 2014

Pre/Co-requisites

Second Level

Pre/Co-requisites

Third Level

COS3701 Theoretical Computer Science 3 COS3711 Advanced Programming COS3712 Computer Graphics (Computer Science) COS3721 Operating Systems and Architecture (Computer Science) COS3751 Techniques of Artificial Intelligence (Computer Science) COS3761 Formal Logic 3 (Computer Science)

Pre/Co-requisites

Pre: COS2601 Pre: COS2611 & COS2614 Pre: COS2611 & MAT1503 Pre: COS2621

COS1501 Theoretical Computer Science 1 COS1511 Introduction to Programming 1 COS1512 Introduction to Programming 2 Co: EUP1501 Co: COS1511. STUDENTS are recommended to complete COS1511 before registering for COS1512

COS2601 Theoretical Computer Science 2 COS2611 Programming: Data Structures COS2614 Programming: Contemporary Concepts (Computer Science) COS2621 Computer Organisation Pre: COS1501 Pre: COS1512 Pre: COS1512

COS1521 Computer Systems: Fundamental Concepts DSC1510 Introduction to the Business World DSC1630 Introductory Financial Mathematics EUP1501 End-User Computing (Practical) INF1505 Introduction to Business Information Systems (Information Systems) INF1511 Visual Programming 1 INF1520 Human-Computer Interaction I MAT1503 Linear Algebra (Mathematics) MAT1510 Precalculus Mathematics A MAT1511 Precalculus Mathematics B MAT1512 Calculus A Pre: NSC MATHS with a rating of 5 or MAT1510 or MAT0511 with 75% Co: MAT1512 Pre: NSC MATHS with a rating of 5 or MAT1510 or MAT0511 with 75% Pre: NSC MATHS with a rating of 4 or MAT1510 or MAT0511 with 75% Pre: NSC MATHS with a rating of 4 or MAT1510 or MAT0511 with 75%

COS2626 Computer Networks I COS2633 Numerical Methods I COS2661 Formal Logic 2 DSC2601 Mathematical Programming Pre: COS1511 or MAT1512 or MAT1503 Pre: COS1501 Pre: DSC1510, DSC1630 & any two of MAT1512, MAT1613, MAT1503 Pre: DSC1510 & DSC1630 Pre: DSC1510 & DSC1630 Pre: INF1505

Pre: COS2661

DSC3702 Optimisation of Resources DSC3703 Simulation DSC3704 Models for Strategic Decision-Making

Pre: DSC2602 & DSC2601 or DSC2605, DSC2606 Pre: DSC2602 & DSC2601 or DSC2605, DSC2606 Pre: DSC2602 & DSC2601 or DSC2605, DSC2606

DSC2602 Rational Decision Making DSC2604 Financial Modelling ICT2621 Structured Systems Analysis and Design ICT2622 Object-Oriented Analysis INF2611 Visual Programming 2 DSC2607 Production Modelling STA2601 Applied Statistics 2

DSC3705 Financial Risk Modelling DSC3706 Selected Topics for Operations Research INF3703 Principles of Databases (Information Systems) INF3705 Advanced Systems Development (Information Systems) INF3707 Database Design and Implementation (Information Stystems) INF3708 Software Project Management (Information Systems) INF3720 Human-Computer Interaction 2 (Information Systems)

Pre: DSC2602 & DSC2601 or DSC2605, DSC2606 Pre: DSC2602 & DSC2601 or DSC2605, DSC2606 Pre: COS2611 or ICT2622

Pre: DSC1510, DSC1630 & any two of MAT1512, MAT1613, MAT1503 Pre: STA1501 &STA1502

Co: INF1520

Pre: NSC MATHS with a rating of 5 & Physical Science with a rating of 4 or MAT1510 or MAT0511 with 75%

STA1501 Descriptive Statistics and Probability STA1502 Statistical Inference 1 STA1503 Distribution Theory I STA1510 Basic Statistics Co: STA1501 Co: STA1501, STA1502 & (MAT1503 or DSC1620)

Pre: (STA1502 & DSC1620) or (STA1503 & MAT1512) Pre: STA1501 & STA1502

Rules

This qualification is being phased out. No new registrations will be allowed in 2011. Students who registered prior to 2011 have until 2014 to complete the certificate.

NDECI

6 360

NSC (Diploma) with Mathematics, English, Physical Science & (Engineering and Technology or a Computer subject) passed with a rating of 4 OR Senior Certificate with at least E(40%) for Higher Grade Mathematics, English & Physical Science or at least D(50%) for Standard Grade Mathematics, English & Physical Science OR an N3 or N4 Certificate with Mathematics, English, Engineering Science passed with at least 50%.

Purpose statement

to train a Civil Engineering Technician with sufficient academic knowledge and practical experience to plan, design, construct and manage projects in the Civil Engineering field. A qualified person with sufficient experience will be able to register with the Engineering Council of South Africa (ECSA) as a Professional Technician in this field of Engineering.

AMC1PRA - Applied Mechanics I (Practical) DRW111X - Drawing I ENN103F - English for Academic Purposes EUC1501 - End-User Computing I (Theory) EUP1501 - End-User Computing (Practical) MAT1581 - Mathematics I (Engineering) PHY1501 - Elementary Mechanics SRV121Q - Surveying I (Theory) SRV1PRA - Surveying I (Practical)

Pre/Co-requisites

Co: PHY1501

Second Level

Compulsory. CMD101C - Construction Methods I CMT101C - Construction Materials I (Theory)) CMT1PRA - Construction Materials I (Practical) DRW221Y - Drawing II MAT2691 - Mathematics II (Engineering) MCL191S - Management: Civil I

Pre/Co-requisites

Co: CMT1PRA Co: CMT101C Pre: DRW111X Pre: MAT1581 Pre: SRV121Q & SRV1PRA; Co: SRC2PRA Pre: SRV121Q & SRV1PRA; Co: SRC211Q Pre: PHY1501 & AMC1PRA; Co: TST2PRA Pre: PHY1501 & AMC1PRA; Co: TST271Z

SRC211Q - Surveying (Civil II) SRC2PRA - Surveying: Civil II (Practical) TST271Z - Theory of Structures II (Theory) TST2PRA - Theory of Structures II (Practical)

Rules

Work integrated learning is a compulsory component towards the completion of this qualification.

Third Level

Compulsory. GTE281Q - Geotechnical Engineering II (Theory) GTE2PRA - Geotechnical Engineering II (Practical) MCL221S - Management: Civil II PEC201C - Engineering Practice: Civil II RCD301C - Reinforced Concrete and Masonry Design III (Theory) RCD3PJT - Reinforced Concrete and Masonry Design III (Project) SAN271Z - Structural Analysis II TPE211C - Transportation Engineering II (Theory) TPE2PJT - Transportation Engineering II (Project) WEN221R - Water Engineering II (Theory) WEN2PRA - Water Engineering II (Practical)

Pre/Co-requisites

Co: GTE2PRA Co: GTE281Q Pre: MCL191S Pre: All subjects from first & second Pre: TST271Z & TST2PRA & SAN271Z; Co: RCD3PJT Pre: TST271Z & TST2PRA & SAN271Z; Co: RCD301C Pre: TST271Z & TST2PRA Co: TPE2PJT,SRC211Q & SRC2PRA Co: SRC211Q & SRC2PRA; Co: TPE211C Pre: PHY1501 & AMC1PRA; Co: WEN2PRA Pre: PHY1501 & AMC1PRA; Co: WEN221R

Fourth Level

Compulsory. DCM371Y - Documentation III (Theory) DCM3PJT - Documentation III (Project) GTE331Q - Geotechnical Engineering III (Theory) GTE3PRA - Geotechnical Engineering III (Practical) PEC301C - Engineering Practice: Civil III SAN341H - Structural Analysis III SSD301C - Structural Steel and Timber Design III (Theory) SSD3PJT - Structural Steel and Timber Design III (Pjt TPE381V - Transportation Engineering III (Theory) TPE3PRA - Transportation Engineering III (Practical) WEN361F - Water Engineering III (Theory) WEN3PJT - Water Engineering III (Project) WEN3PRA - Water Engineering III (Practical)

Pre/Co-requisites

Co: DCM3PJT Co: DCM371Y Pre: GTE281Q & GTE2PRA; Co: GTE3PRA Pre: GTE281Q & GTE2PRA; Co: GTE331Q Pre: All subjects from first, second & third levels Pre: SAN271Z Pre: SAN271Z; Co: SSD3PJT Pre: SAN271Z; Co: SSD301C Pre: TPE211C & TPE2PJT; Co: TPE3PRA Co: TPE381V Pre: TPE211C & TPE2PJT Pre: WEN221R & WEN2PRA; Co: WEN3PRA & WEN3PJT Pre: WEN221R & WEN2PRA; Co: WEN361F Pre: WEN221R & WEN2PRA; Co: WEN361F

NDEEN - CEN

6 360

NSC (Diploma) with Mathematics, English, Physical Science & (Engineering and Technology or a Computer subject) passed with a rating of 4 OR Senior Certificate with at least E (40%) for Higher Grade Mathematics, English & Physical Science or at least D (50%) for Standard Grade Mathematics, English & Physical Science OR an N3 or N4 Certificate with Mathematics, English, Engineering Science passed with at least 50%. Until 2020

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

First Level

Compulsory. COS1511 - Introduction to Programming 1 DIG111Z - Digital Systems I (Theory) DIG1PRA - Digital Systems I (Practical) ECT151R - Electronics I (Theory) ECT1PRA - Electronics I (Practical) ELE171U - Electrical Engineering I (Theory) ELE1PRA - Electrical Engineering I (Practical) ENN103F - English for Academic Purposes EUC1501 - End-User Computing I (Theory) EUP1501 - End-User Computing (Practical) MAT1581 - Mathematics I (Engineering)

Pre/Co-requisites

Co: EUP1501 Co: DIG1PRA Co: ECT1PRA Co: ECT151R Co: ELE1PRA Co: ELE171U

Second Level

Compulsory. DIG221X - Digital Systems II (Theory) DIG2PRA - Digital Systems II (Practical) ECT261Z - Electronics II (Theory) ECT2PRA - Electronics II (Practical) ELE281X - Electrical Engineering II (Theory) ELE2PRA - Electrical Engineering II (Practical) EPR101E - Electrical Engineering Practice I ICT1512 - Introduction to Interactive Programming ICT1513 - Introduction to Web Design MAT2691 - Mathematics II (Engineering)

Pre/Co-requisites

Pre: DIG111Z & DIG1PRA; Co: DIG2PRA Pre: DIG111Z & DIG1PRA; Co: DIG221X Pre: ECT151R & ECT1PRA; Co: ECT2PRA Pre: ECT151R & ECT1PRA; Co: ECT261Z Pre: ELE171U & ELE1PRA; Co: ELE2PRA Pre: ELE171U & ELE1PRA; Co: ELE281X Pre: All subjects from the first and second levels Co: ICT1513 Co: EUP1501 Pre: MAT1581

Third Level

Compulsory. BSY1015 - Bio-Systems I DIG331Q - Digital Systems III (Theory) DIG3PRA - Digital Systems III (Practical) ECT381A - Electronics III (Theory) ECT3PRA - Electronics III (Practical) EPR201E - Electrical Engineering Practice II MAT3700 - Mathematics III (Engineering) MEQ3116 - Medical Equipment III (Module A) (Theory) MEQ3128 - Medical Equipment III (Module B) (Theory) MEQ3P1C - Medical Equipment III (Module A) (Practical) MEQ3P2D - Medical Equipment III (Module B) (Practical)

Pre/Co-requisites

DPJ391U - Design Project III

Pre/Co-requisites

Pre: All subjects from the first and second levels

Pre: DIG221X & DIG2PRA; Co: DIG3PRA Pre: DIG221X & DIG2PRA; Co: DIG331Q Pre: ECT261Z & ECT2PRA; Co: ECT3PRA Pre: ECT261Z & ECT2PRA; Co: ECT381A Pre: All subjects from the first and second levels Pre: MAT2691 Co: MEQ3P1C Co: MEQ3P2D

BSM1501 - Business Management Ia BSM1602 - Business Management 1b

Or the following 2.

EMA2M1E - Engineering Management II (Module A) EMA2M2E - Engineering Management II (Module B)

NDEEN - COS

6 360

NSC (Diploma) with Mathematics, English, Physical Science & (Engineering and Technology or a Computer subject) passed with a rating of 4 OR Senior Certificate with at least E(40%) for Higher Grade Mathematics, English &Physical Science or at least D(50%) for Standard Grade Mathematics, English & Physical Science OR an N3 or N4 Certificate with Mathematics, English, Engineering Science passed with at least 50%. Until 2020

Repeaters only

Purpose statement

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

First Level

Compulsory. COS1511 - Introduction to Programming 1 DIG111Z - Digital Systems I (Theory) DIG1PRA - Digital Systems I (Practical) ECT151R - Electronics I (Theory) ECT1PRA - Electronics I (Practical) ELE171U - Electrical Engineering I (Theory) ELE1PRA - Electrical Engineering I (Practical) ENN103F - English for Academic Purposes EUP1501 - End-User Computing (Practical) ICT1531 - Workstation Technical Skills MAT1581 - Mathematics I (Engineering)

Pre/Co-requisites

Co: EUP1501 Co: DIG1PRA CO: DIG111Z Co: ECT1PRA Co: ECT151R Co: ELE1PRA Co: ELE171U

Second Level

Compulsory. DIG221X - Digital Systems II (Theory) DIG2PRA - Digital Systems II (Practical) ECT261Z - Electronics II (Theory) ECT2PRA - Electronics II (Practical) ELE281X - Electrical Engineering II (Theory) ELE2PRA - Electrical Engineering II (Practical) EPR101E - Electrical Engineering Practice I ICT1512 - Introduction to Interactive Programming ICT1513 - Introduction to Web Design ICT1532 - Network Technical Skills MAT2691 - Mathematics II (Engineering)

Pre/Co-requisites

Pre: DIG111Z & DIG1PRA; Co: DIG2PRA Pre: DIG111Z & DIG1PRA; Co: DIG221X Pre: ECT151R & ECT1PRA; Co: ECT2PRA Pre: ECT151R & ECT1PRA; Co: ECT261Z Pre: ELE171U & ELE1PRA; Co: ELE2PRA Pre: ELE171U & ELE1PRA; Co: ELE281X Pre: All subjects from the first and second levels Co: ICT1513 Co: EUP1501 Co: ICT1531 Pre: MAT1581

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Third Level

Compulsory. DIG331Q - Digital Systems III (Theory) DIG3PRA - Digital Systems III (Practical) ECM291Z - Electronic Communication 2 (Theory) ECM2PRA - Electronic Communication 2 (Practical) ECT381A - Electronics III (Theory) ECT3PRA - Electronics III (Practical) EPR201E - Electrical Engineering Practice II ICT1541 - Business Informatics I ICT2612 - Interactive Programming ICT2613 - Internet Programming ICT2631 - Operating Systems Practice ICT3611 - Advanced Graphical User Interface Programming MAT3700 - Mathematics III (Engineering)

Pre/Co-requisites

Pre: DIG221X & DIG2PRA; Co: DIG3PRA Pre: DIG221X & DIG2PRA; Co: DIG331Q Co: ECM2PRA & ECT261Z & ECT2PRA Co: ECM291Z & ECT261Z & ECT291Z Pre: ECT261Z & ECT2PRA; Co: ECT3PRA Pre: ECT261Z & ECT2PRA; Co: ECT381A Pre: All subjects from the first and second levels

DPJ391U - Design Project III ICT3612 - Advanced Internet Programming ICT3631 - Advanced Operating System Practice

Pre/Co-requisites

Pre: All subjects from the first and second levels & any 2 subjects on third level Pre: ICT2612 & ICT2613 Pre: ICT2631

BSM1501 - Business Management Ia BSM1602 - Business Management 1b

Or the following 2.

EMA2M1E - Engineering Management II (Module A)

Pre: COS1511, ICT1512 & ICT1513 Pre: COS1511, ICT1512 & ICT1513 Pre: ICT1531 & ICT1532

Pre: MAT2691

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NDEEN - EEC

6 360

NSC (Diploma) with Mathematics, English, Physical Science & (Engineering and Technology or a Computer subject) passed with a rating of 4 OR Senior Certificate with at least E(40%) for Higher Grade Mathematics, English &Physical Science or at least D(50%) for Standard Grade Mathematics, English & Physical Science OR an N3 or N4 Certificate with Mathematics, English, Engineering Science passed with at least 50%. Until 2020

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

First Level

Compulsory. COS1511 - Introduction to Programming 1 DIG111Z - Digital Systems I (Theory) DIG1PRA - Digital Systems I (Practical) ECT151R - Electronics I (Theory) ECT1PRA - Electronics I (Practical) ELE171U - Electrical Engineering I (Theory) ELE1PRA - Electrical Engineering I (Practical) ENN103F - English for Academic Purposes EUC1501 - End-User Computing I (Theory) EUP1501 - End-User Computing (Practical) MAT1581 - Mathematics I (Engineering)

Pre/Co-requisites

Co: EUP1501 Co: DIG1PRA Co: ECT1PRA Co: ECT151R Co: ELE1PRA Co: ELE171U

Second Level

Compulsory. DIG221X - Digital Systems II (Theory) DIG2PRA - Digital Systems II (Practical) ECT261Z - Electronics II (Theory) ECT2PRA - Electronics II (Practical) ELE281X - Electrical Engineering II (Theory) ELE2PRA - Electrical Engineering II (Practical) EPR101E - Electrical Engineering Practice I ICT1512 - Introduction to Interactive Programming ICT1513 - Introduction to Web Design MAT2691 - Mathematics II (Engineering)

Pre/Co-requisites

Pre: DIG111Z & DIG1PRA; Co: DIG2PRA Pre: DIG111Z & DIG1PRA; Co: DIG221X Pre: ECT151R & ECT1PRA; Co: ECT2PRA Pre: ECT151R & ECT1PRA; Co: ECT261Z Pre: ELE171U & ELE1PRA; Co: ELE2PRA Pre: ELE171U & ELE1PRA; Co: ELE281X Pre: All subjects from the first and second levels Co: ICT1513 Co: EUP1501 Pre: MAT1581

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DIG331Q - Digital Systems III (Theory) DIG3PRA - Digital Systems III (Practical) ECM291Z - Electronic Communication 2 (Theory) ECM2PRA - Electronic Communication 2 (Practical) ECT381A - Electronics III (Theory) ECT3PRA - Electronics III (Practical) EKM341X - Electronic Measurements 3 (Theory) EKM3PRA - Electronic Measurements III (Practical) EPR201E - Electrical Engineering Practice II MAT3700 - Mathematics III (Engineering) MTR341X - Metrology III (Theory) MTR3PRA - Metrology III (Practical)

Pre/Co-requisites

Pre: DIG221X & DIG2PRA; Co: DIG3PRA Pre: DIG221X & DIG2PRA; Co: DIG331Q Co: ECM2PRA & ECT261Z & ECT2PRA Co: ECM2PRA & ECT261Z & ECT291Z Pre: ECT261Z & ECT2PRA; Co: ECT3PRA Pre: ECT261Z & ECT2PRA; Co: ECT381A Pre: ECT261Z & ECT2PRA; Co: MTR341R & MTR3PRA & EKM3PRA Pre: ECT261Z & ECT2PRA; Co: MTR341R & MTR3PRA & EKM341X Pre: All subjects from the first and second levels Pre: MAT2691 Pre: ECT261Z & ECT2PRA; Co: MTR3PRA & EKM341X & EKM3PRA Pre: ECT261Z & ECT2PRA; Co: MTR341X & EKM341X & EKM3PRA

Fourth Level

Compulsory. CSY391B - Control Systems III (Theory) CSY3PRA - Control Systems III (Practical) DPJ391U - Design Project III ICT2612 - Interactive Programming ICT2613 - Internet Programming MCE341Z - Microwave Communication III (Theory) MCE3PRA - Microwave Communication III (Practical) RAE341X - Radio Engineering III (Theory) RAE3PRA - Radio Engineering III (Practical) Choose the following 2. BSM1501 - Business Management Ia BSM1602 - Business Management 1b OR the following 2. EMA2M1E - Engineering Management II (Module A) EMA2M2E - Engineering Management II (Module B)

Pre/Co-requisites

Pre: ECT261Z & ECT2PRA & ELE281X & ELE2PRA & MAT3700; Co: CSY3PRA Pre: ECT261Z & ECT2PRA & ELE281X & ELE2PRA & MAT3700; Co: CSY391B Pre: All subjects from the first and second levels & any 2 subjects on third level Pre: COS1511, ICT1512 & ICT1513 Pre: COS1511, ICT1512 & ICT1513 Pre: ECM291Z & ECM2PRA; Co: MCE3PRA Pre: ECM291Z & ECM2PRA; Co: MCE341Z Pre: ECM291Z & ECM2PRA; Co: RAE3PRA

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NDEEN - MEC

6 360

NSC (Diploma) with Mathematics, English, Physical Science & (Engineering and Technology or a Computer subject) passed with a rating of 4 OR Senior Certificate with at least E(40%) for Higher Grade Mathematics, English &Physical Science or at least D(50%) for Standard Grade Mathematics, English & Physical Science OR an N3 or N4 Certificate with Mathematics, English, Engineering Science passed with at least 50%. Until 2020

Repeaters only

Purpose statement

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

First Level

Compulsory. ECT151R - Electronics I (Theory) ECT1PRA - Electronics I (Practical) ELE171U - Electrical Engineering I (Theory) ELE1PRA - Electrical Engineering I (Practical) ENN103F - English for Academic Purposes EUC1501 - End-User Computing I (Theory) EUP1501 - End-User Computing (Practical) MAT1581 - Mathematics I (Engineering) MCA1PRA - Mechanics I (Practical) MED161Q - Mechanical Engineering Drawing I PHY1501 - Elementary Mechanics

Pre/Co-requisites

Co: ECT1PRA Co: ECT151R Co: ELE1PRA Co: ELE171U

Second Level

Compulsory. COS1511 - Introduction to Programming 1 DIG111Z - Digital Systems I (Theory) DIG1PRA - Digital Systems I (Practical) ECT261Z - Electronics II (Theory) ECT2PRA - Electronics II (Practical) ELE281X - Electrical Engineering II (Theory) ELE2PRA - Electrical Engineering II (Practical) EPR101E - Electrical Engineering Practice I

Pre/Co-requisites

Pre: EUP1501 Co: DIG1PRA Pre: ECT151R & ECT1PRA; Co: ECT2PRA Pre: ECT151R & ECT1PRA; Co: ECT261Z Pre: ELE171U & ELE1PRA; Co: ELE2PRA Pre: ELE171U & ELE1PRA; Co: ELE281X Pre: All subjects from the first and second levels Pre: MAT1581 Pre: PHY1501 & AMC1PRA; Co: MOM2PRA Pre: PHY1501 & AMC1PRA; Co: MOM251Z Pre: PHY1501 & AMC1PRA; Co: SOM2PRA Pre: PHY1501 & AMC1PRA; Co: SOM251R

Co: PHY1501

MAT2691 - Mathematics II (Engineering) MOM251Z - Mechanics of Machines II (Theory) MOM2PRA - Mechanics of Machines II (Practical) SOM251R - Strength of Materials II (Theory) SOM2PRA - Strength of Materials II (Practical)

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Third Level

Compulsory. CSY391B - Control Systems III (Theory) CSY3PRA - Control Systems III (Practical) DIG221X - Digital Systems II (Theory) DIG2PRA - Digital Systems II (Practical) EPR201E - Electrical Engineering Practice II FMC201U - Fluid Mechanics 2 (Theory) FMC2PRA - Fluid Mechanics II (Practical) INE211E - Industrial Electronics II (Theory) INE2PRA - Industrial Electronics II (Practical) MAT3700 - Mathematics III (Engineering) MOM371A - Mechanics of Machines III (Theory) MOM3PRA - Mechanics of Machines III (Practical)

Pre/Co-requisites

Pre: ECT261Z & ECT2PRA & ELE281X & ELE2PRA & MAT3700; Co: CSY3PRA Pre: ECT261Z & ECT2PRA & ELE281X & ELE2PRA & MAT3700; Co: CSY391B Pre: DIG111Z & DIG1PRA; Co: DIG2PRA Pre: DIG111Z & DIG1PRA; Co: DIG221X Pre: All subjects from the first and second levels Pre: PHY1501 & AMC1PRA; Co: FMC2PRA Pre: PHY1501 & AMC1PRA; Co: FMC201U Pre: ECT151R & ECT1PRA; Co: INE2PRA Pre: ECT151R & ECT1PRA; Co: INE211E Pre: MAT2691 Pre: MOM251Z & MOM2PRA; Co: MOM3PRA Pre: MOM251Z & MOM2PRA; Co: MOM371A

Fourth Level

Compulsory. DIG331Q - Digital Systems III (Theory) DIG3PRA - Digital Systems III (Practical) DPJ391U - Design Project III EMM261R - Electrical Machines II (Theory) EMM2PRA - Electrical Machines II (Practical) PCE361U - Power Electronics III (Theory) PCE3PRA - Power Electronics III (Practical)

Pre/Co-requisites

Pre: DIG221X & DIG2PRA; Co: DIG3PRA Pre: DIG221X & DIG2PRA; Co: DIG331Q Pre: All subjects from the first and second levels Co: EMM2PRA Co: EMM261R Pre: ELE281X & ELE2PRA & EMM261R & EMM2PRA; Co: PCE3PRA Pre: ELE281X & ELE2PRA & EMM261R & EMM2PRA; Co: PCE361U

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NDEEN - PEN

6 360

NSC (Diploma) with Mathematics, English, Physical Science & (Engineering and Technology or a Computer subject) passed with a rating of 4 OR Senior Certificate with at least E(40%) for Higher Grade Mathematics, English &Physical Science or at least D(50%) for Standard Grade Mathematics, English & Physical Science OR an N3 or N4 Certificate with Mathematics, English, Engineering Science passed with at least 50%.

Purpose statement

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

First Level

Compulsory. COS1511 - Introduction to Programming 1 DIG111Z - Digital Systems I (Theory) DIG1PRA - Digital Systems I (Practical) ECT151R - Electronics I (Theory) ECT1PRA - Electronics I (Practical) ELE171U - Electrical Engineering I (Theory) ELE1PRA - Electrical Engineering I (Practical) ENN103F - English for Academic Purposes EUC1501 - End-User Computing I (Theory) EUP1501 - End-User Computing (Practical) MAT1581 - Mathematics I (Engineering)

Pre/Co-requisites

Co: EUP1501 Co: DIG1PRA Co: ECT1PRA Co: ECT151R Co: ELE1PRA Co: ELE171U

Second Level

Compulsory. DIG221X - Digital Systems II (Theory) DIG2PRA - Digital Systems II (Practical) ECT261Z - Electronics II (Theory) ECT2PRA - Electronics II (Practical) ELE281X - Electrical Engineering II (Theory) ELE2PRA - Electrical Engineering II (Practical) EPR101E - Electrical Engineering Practice I ICT1512 - Introduction to Interactive Programming ICT1513 - Introduction to Web Design MAT2691 - Mathematics II (Engineering)

Pre/Co-requisites

Pre: DIG111Z & DIG1PRA; Co: DIG2PRA Pre: DIG111Z & DIG1PRA; Co: DIG221X Pre: ECT151R & ECT1PRA; Co: ECT2PRA Pre: ECT151R & ECT1PRA; Co: ECT261Z Pre: ELE171U & ELE1PRA; Co: ELE2PRA Pre: ELE171U & ELE1PRA; Co: ELE281X Pre: All subjects from the first and second levels Co: ICT1513 Co: EUP1501 Pre: MAT1581

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Third Level

Compulsory. CSY391B - Control Systems III (Theory) CSY3PRA - Control Systems III (Practical) DIG331Q - Digital Systems III (Theory) DIG3PRA - Digital Systems III (Practical) ELD371R - Electrical Distribution 3 (Theory) ELD3PRA - Electrical Distribution III (Practical) ELE391X - Electrical Engineering III (Theory) ELE3PRA - Electrical Engineering III (Practical) EMM261R - Electrical Machines II (Theory) EMM2PRA - Electrical Machines II (Practical) EPR201E - Electrical Engineering Practice II INE211E - Industrial Electronics II (Theory) INE2PRA - Industrial Electronics II (Practical) MAT3700 - Mathematics III (Engineering)

Pre/Co-requisites

Pre: ECT261Z & ECT2PRA & ELE281X & ELE2PRA & MAT3700; Co: CSY3PRA Pre: ECT261Z & ECT2PRA & ELE281X & ELE2PRA & MAT3700; Co: CSY391B Pre: DIG221X & DIG2PRA; Co: DIG3PRA Pre: DIG221X & DIG2PRA; Co: DIG331Q Pre: ELE281X & ELE2PRA; Co: ELD3PRA Pre: ELE281X & ELE2PRA; Co: ELD371R Pre: ELE281X & ELE2PRA; Co: ELE3PRA Pre: ELE281X & ELE2PRA; Co: ELE391X Co: EMM2PRA Co: EMM261R Pre: All subjects from the first and second levels Pre: ECT151R & ECT1PRA; Co: INE2PRA Pre: ECT151R & ECT1PRA; Co: INE211E Pre: MAT2691

DPJ391U - Design Project III EKM341X - Electronic Measurements 3 (Theory) EKM3PRA - Electronic Measurements III (Practical) ELM381Z - Electrical Protection 3 (Theory) ELM3PRA - Electrical Protection III (Practical) EMM371R - Electrical Machines III (Theory) EMM3PRA - Electrical Machines III (Practical) MTR341X - Metrology III (Theory) MTR3PRA - Metrology III (Practical) PCE361U - Power Electronics III (Theory) PCE3PRA - Power Electronics III (Practical)

Pre/Co-requisites

Pre: All subjects from the first and second levels Pre: ECT261Z & ECT2PRA; Co: MTR341R & MTR3PRA & EKM3PRA Pre: ECT261Z & ECT2PRA; Co: MTR341R & MTR3PRA & EKM341X Pre: ELE281X & ELE2PRA; Co: ELM3PRA Pre: ELE281X & ELE2PRA; Co: ELM381Z Pre: ELE281X & ELE2PRA & EMM261R & EMM2PRAC; Co: EMM3PRA Pre: ELE281X & ELE2PRA & EMM261R & EMM2PRAC; Co: EMM371R Pre: ECT261Z & ECT2PRA; Co: MTR3PRA & EKM341X & EKM3PRA Pre: ECT261Z & ECT2PRA; Co: MTR341X & EKM341X & EKM3PRA Pre: ELE281X & ELE2PRA & EMM261R & EMM2PRA; Co: PCE3PRA Pre: ELE281X & ELE2PRA & EMM261R & EMM2PRA; Co: PCE361U

BSM1501 - Business Management Ia BSM1602 - Business Management 1b

OR the following 2.

EMA2M1E - Engineering Management II (Module A) EMA2M2E - Engineering Management II (Module B)

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NDEEN - PIN

6 360

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

Compulsory. COS1511 - Introduction to Programming 1 DIG111Z - Digital Systems I (Theory) DIG1PRA - Digital Systems I (Practical) ECT151R - Electronics I (Theory) ECT1PRA - Electronics I (Practical) ELE171U - Electrical Engineering I (Theory) ELE1PRA - Electrical Engineering I (Practical) ENN103F - English for Academic Purposes EUC1501 - End-User Computing I (Theory) EUP1501 - End-User Computing (Practical) MAT1581 - Mathematics I (Engineering)

Pre/Co-requisites

Co: EUP1501 Co: DIG1PRA Co: ECT1PRA Co: ECT151R Co: ELE1PRA Co: ELE171U

Second Level

Compulsory. DIG221X - Digital Systems II (Theory) DIG2PRA - Digital Systems II (Practical) ECT261Z - Electronics II (Theory) ECT2PRA - Electronics II (Practical) ELE281X - Electrical Engineering II (Theory) ELE2PRA - Electrical Engineering II (Practical) EPR101E - Electrical Engineering Practice I MAT2691 - Mathematics II (Engineering) PRS131P - Process Instrumentation I (Theory) PRS1PRA - Process Instrumentation I (Practical)

Pre/Co-requisites

Pre: DIG111Z & DIG1PRA; Co: DIG2PRA Pre: DIG111Z & DIG1PRA; Co: DIG221X Pre: ECT151R & ECT1PRA; Co: ECT2PRA Pre: ECT151R & ECT1PRA; Co: ECT261Z Pre: ELE171U & ELE1PRA; Co: ELE2PRA Pre: ELE171U & ELE1PRA; Co: ELE281X Pre: All subjects from the first and second levels Pre: MAT1581 Co: PRS1PRA Co: PRS131P

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Third Level

Compulsory. CSY391B - Control Systems III (Theory) CSY3PRA - Control Systems III (Practical) DIG331Q - Digital Systems III (Theory) DIG3PRA - Digital Systems III (Practical) EPR201E - Electrical Engineering Practice II ICT1512 - Introduction to Interactive Programming ICT1513 - Introduction to Web Design INE211E - Industrial Electronics II (Theory) INE2PRA - Industrial Electronics II (Practical) MAT3700 - Mathematics III (Engineering) PRS241S - Process Instrumentation II (Theory) PRS2PRA - Process Instrumentation II (Practical)

Pre/Co-requisites

Pre: ECT261Z & ECT2PRA & ELE281X & ELE2PRA & MAT3700; Co: CSY3PRA Pre: ECT261Z & ECT2PRA & ELE281X & ELE2PRA & MAT3700; Co: CSY391B Pre: DIG221X & DIG2PRA; Co: DIG3PRA Pre: DIG221X & DIG2PRA; Co: DIG331Q Pre: All subjects from the first and second levels Co: ICT1513 Co: EUP1501 Pre: ECT151R & ECT1PRA; Co: INE2PRA Pre: ECT151R & ECT1PRA; Co: INE211E Pre: MAT2691 Pre: PRS131P & PRS1PRA; Co: PRS2PRA Pre: PRS131P & PRS1PRA; Co: PRS241S

Fourth Level

Compulsory. DPJ391U - Design Project III EKM341X - Electronic Measurements 3 (Theory) EKM3PRA - Electronic Measurements III (Practical) MTR341X - Metrology III (Theory) MTR3PRA - Metrology III (Practical) PRS341Z - Process Instrumentation III (Theory) PRS3PRA - Process Instrumentation III (Practical) Choose the following 2. BSM1501 - Business Management Ia BSM1602 - Business Management 1b OR the following 2. EMA2M1E - Engineering Management II (Module A) EMA2M2E - Engineering Management II (Module B)

Pre/Co-requisites

Pre: All subjects from the first and second levels & any 2 on third level Pre: ECT261Z & ECT2PRA; Co: MTR341R & MTR3PRA & EKM3PRA Pre: ECT261Z & ECT2PRA; Co: MTR341R & MTR3PRA & EKM341X Pre: ECT261Z & ECT2PRA; Co: MTR3PRA & EKM341X & EKM3PRA Pre: ECT261Z & ECT2PRA; Co: MTR341X & EKM341X & EKM3PRA Pre: PRS241S & PRS2PRA; Co: PRS3PRA Pre: PRS241S & PRS2PRA; Co: PRS341Z

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NDEID

6 360

NSC (Diploma) with Mathematics, English, Physical Science & (Engineering and Technology or a Computer subject) passed with a rating of 4 OR Senior Certificate with at least E(40%) for Higher Grade Mathematics, English &Physical Science or at least D(50%) for Standard Grade Mathematics, English & Physical Science OR an N3 or N4 Certificate with Mathematics, English, Engineering Science passed with at least 50%.

Purpose statement

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

First Level

Compulsory. ENN103F - English for Academic Purposes EUC1501 - End-User Computing I (Theory) EUP1501 - End-User Computing (Practical) MAT1581 - Mathematics I (Engineering) MCA1PRA - Mechanics I (Practical) MED161Q - Mechanical Engineering Drawing I MME141X - Mechanical Manufacturing Engineering I MME1PRA - Mechanical Manufacturing Engineering I (Practical) PHY1501 - Elementary Mechanics

Pre/Co-requisites

Second Level

Compulsory. ELE171U - Electrical Engineering I (Theory) ELE1PRA - Electrical Engineering I (Practical) EWS121Q - Engineering Work Study 1 MME251U - Mechanical Manufacturing Engineering II

Pre/Co-requisites

Co: ELE1PRA Co: ELE171U

Pre: MME141X; Co: MME1PRA Pre: MME141X; Co: MME1PRA & MME251U

Co: PHY1501

MME2PRA - Mechanical Manufacturing Engineering II (Practical) PEI191V - Production Engineering: Industrial I QUT151Z - Qualitative Techniques I

Co: MME141X

Pre: PHY1501 & AMC1PRA; Co: SOM2PRA Pre: PHY1501 & AMC1PRA; Co: SOM251R

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Third Level

Compulsory. CTA2M2A - Cost Accounting II: Module 2 EWS271L - Engineering Work Study 2 FLM271S - Facility Layout and Materials Handling MAC1501 - Introduction to Management Accounting PEI281S - Production Engineering: Industrial II PLA111A - Personnel Management (Agriculture I) QAS221U - Quality Assurance II

Pre/Co-requisites

Pre: MAT1581 Pre: EWS121Q

Fourth Level

Compulsory. ATO331Q - Automation III EWS381G - Engineering Work Study 3 FMA401V - Financial Management IV

Pre/Co-requisites

Pre: MME251U Pre: EWS271L & FLM271S & CTA101A & CTA2M2A Pre: CTA101A & CTA2M2A Pre: All subjects from the first and second levels Pre: All subjects from the first and second levels

IDP101E - Industrial Engineering Practice I IDP201E - Industrial Engineering Practice II MGP437U - Management Practice IV MME381B - Mechanical Manufacturing Engineering III OPR371S - Operational Research III

21

NDEMC

6 360

NSC (Diploma) with Mathematics, English, Physical Science & (Engineering and Technology or a Computer subject) passed with a rating of 4 OR Senior Certificate with at least E(40%) for Higher Grade Mathematics, English &Physical Science or at least D(50%) for Standard Grade Mathematics, English & Physical Science OR an N3 or N4 Certificate with Mathematics, English, Engineering Science passed with at least 50%.

Purpose statement

Persons achieving this qualification should be able to independently integrate mechanical engineering principles an specialist knowledge, apply these to determine appropriate ways of approaching activities and establish and use criteria to judge processes and outcomes. This qualification is intended for engineering practitioners in the industry.

BSM1501 - Business Management Ia ELE171U - Electrical Engineering I (Theory) ELE1PRA - Electrical Engineering I (Practical) ENN103F - English for Academic Purposes EUC1501 - End-User Computing I (Theory) EUP1501 - End-User Computing (Practical) MAT1581 - Mathematics I (Engineering) MCA1PRA - Mechanics I (Practical) MED161Q - Mechanical Engineering Drawing I MME141X - Mechanical Manufacturing Engineering I MME1PRA - Mechanical Manufacturing Engineering I (Practical) PHY1501 - Elementary Mechanics

Pre/Co-requisites

ELE281X - Electrical Engineering II (Theory)

Pre/Co-requisites

Pre: ELE171U; Co: ELE1PRA Pre: ELE171U; Co: ELE1PRA Pre: PHY1501; Co: MCA1PRA Pre: PHY1501; Co: MCA1PRA Pre: MAT1581 Pre: MED161Q Pre: MAT1581 Pre: PHY1501: Co: MCA1PRA Pre: PHY1501: Co: MCA1PRA Pre: PHY1501; Co: MCA1PRA Pre: PHY1501: Co: MCA1PRA Pre: PHY1501; Co: MCA1PRA Pre: PHY1501; Co: MCA1PRA

ELE2PRA - Electrical Engineering II (Practical) FMC201U - Fluid Mechanics 2 (Theory) FMC2PRA - Fluid Mechanics II (Practical) MAT2691 - Mathematics II (Engineering) MEE231V - Mechanical Engineering Design II MEG101T - Maintenance Engineering I

Co: PHY1501

MOM251Z - Mechanics of Machines II (Theory) MOM2PRA - Mechanics of Machines II (Practical) SOM251R - Strength of Materials II (Theory)

Co: MME141X

SOM2PRA - Strength of Materials II (Practical) THD291Z - Thermodynamics II (Theory) THD2PRA - Thermodynamics II (Practical)

Rules

NOTE 1: Students must have access to a computer, printer and the necessary software for 2 hours per week. Also see requirements for IT related study units. for Computer Aided Drafting I (CAD161S) students must have access to the following: Pentium 486DX (or higher) with at least 16 MB RAM, connected to printer MS Windows operating system, with AutoCAD program (Version 13 or Student Version 13) NOTE 2: Students that have successfully completed MCP101E may apply to be exempted from MME1PRA and MME2PRA. to align the new Diploma to the Higher Education Qualifications Framework (HEQF) and the Engineering Council of South Africa (ECSA) documents, the curricula for Mechanical Engineering has been restructured as indicated above.

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Third Level

Group A. Compulsory CAD161S - Computer Aided Draughting I MCP101E - Mechanical Engineering Practice I MEA351A - Mechanical Engineering Design III MME251U - Mechanical Manufacturing Engineering II MME2PRA - Mechanical Manufacturing Engineering II (Practical) FMA301A - Fluid Mechanics 3 (Theory) FMA3PRA - Fluid Mechanics III (Practical) OR. Group C MOM371A - Mechanics of Machines III (Theory) MOM3PRA - Mechanics of Machines III (Practical) OR. Group D SOM381A - Strength of Materials III (Theory) SOM3PRA - Strength of Materials III (Practical) OR. Group E THD311A - Thermodynamics III (Theory) THD3PRA - Thermodynamics III (Practical)

Pre/Co-requisites

Co: MED161Q

Fourth Level

Group A. Compulsory MCP201E - Mechanical Engineering Practice II

Pre/Co-requisites

Pre: All subjects from the first and second levels

Choose any 2 from the following combinations: Group B Pre: MEE231V Pre: MME141X; Co: MME1PRA Pre: MME141X; Co: MME1PRA FMA331B - Hydraulic Machines 3 (Theory) FMA3PRB - Hydraulic Machines III (Practical) OR. Group C MOM381B - Theory of Machines III (Theory) MOM3PRB - Theory of Machines III (Practical) OR. Group D SOM381B - Applied Strength of Materials III (Theory) Pre: MOM251Z; Co: MOM2PRA Pre: MOM251Z; Co: MOM2PRA SOM3PRB - Applied Strength of Materials III (Practical) OR. Group E THD321B - Steam Plant III (Theory) Pre: SOM251R; Co: SOM2PRA Pre: SOM251R; Co: SOM2PRA THD3PRB - Steam Plant III (Practical) Pre: THD311A; Co: THD3PRB Pre: THD311A Pre: SOM381A; Co: SOM3PRB Pre: SOM381A Pre: MOM371A; Co: MOM3PRB Pre: MOM371A Pre: FMA301A; Co: FMA3PRB Pre: FMA301A

Choose any 3 from the following combinations: Group B Pre: FMC201U; Co: FMC2PRA Pre: FMC201U; Co: FMC2PRA

Choose any 1 from the following: Note: Theory and practical modules count as 1 subject. ELE391X - Electrical Engineering III (Theory) Pre: ELE281X; Co: ELE2PRA Pre: ELE281X; Co: ELE2PRA Pre: MAT2691 Pre: MEG101T

ELE3PRA - Electrical Engineering III (Practical) MAT3700 - Mathematics III (Engineering) MEG291X - Maintenance Engineering II

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NDENG

6 360

NSC (Diploma) with Mathematics, English, Physical Science & (Engineering and Technology or a Computer subject) passed with a rating of 4 OR Senior Certificate with at least E(40%) for Higher Grade Mathematics, English &Physical Science or at least D(50%) for Standard Grade Mathematics, English & Physical Science OR an N3 or N4 Certificate with Mathematics, English, Industrial Chemistry & Engineering Science passed with at least 50%.

Purpose statement

Chemical engineering is concerned with the manufacturing of chemicals on an industrial scale as well as with the industrial processes that convert raw materials into products that have higher economic value. in a particular manufacturing environment, there is usually a chemical engineering team. This team is usually led by a degreed Chemical Engineer, usually assisted by a Chemical Engineering Technologist or a Chemical Engineering Technician. They all obtain their qualifications from a university of technology or a university. the technologist has obtained a BTech degree and the technician a National Diploma. the team is qualified to research, develop, design, construct and operate the plants required to make any processed product. A qualified person with sufficient experience will be able to register with the Engineering Council of South Africa (ECSA) as a Professional Technician in this field of Engineering.

First Level

Compulsory. CHE181T - Chemistry I (Theory) CHE1PRA - Chemistry I (Practical) DCE131G - Drawing: Chemical Engineering I ENN103F - English for Academic Purposes EUC1501 - End-User Computing I (Theory) EUP1501 - End-User Computing (Practical) FIC181C - Physics I (Theory) FIC1PRA - Physics I (Practical) MAT1581 - Mathematics I (Engineering)

Pre/Co-requisites

Co: CHE1PRA Co: CHE181T

Second Level

Compulsory. CEM211F - Chemical Engineering Technology II CEM2PRA - Chemical Engineering Technology II (Practical) CPI271Y - Chemical Process Industries II ENP291Q - Engineering Physics II (Theory) ENP2PRA - Engineering Physics II (Practical) INC251U - Inorganic Chemistry II (Theory)

Pre/Co-requisites

Pre: CHE181T; Co: CEM2PRA Pre: CHE181T; Co: CEM211F Pre: CHE181T Pre: FIC181C; Co: ENP2PRA Pre: FIC181C; Co: ENP291Q Pre: CHE181T; Co: INC2PRA Pre: CHE181T & CHE1PRA; Co: INC251U Pre: MAT1581 Pre: CHE181T; Co: ORC2PRA Pre: CHE1PRA Pre: CHE181T; Co: PCH2PRA Pre: CHE1PRA

INC2PRA - Inorganic Chemistry II (Practical) MAT2691 - Mathematics II (Engineering) ORC221F - Organic Chemistry II (Theory) ORC2PRA - Organic Chemistry II (Practical) PCH241P - Physical Chemistry II (Theory) PCH2PRA - Physical Chemistry II (Practical)

Rules

the practical component must be done at other institutions such as Vaal University of Technology, Durban University of Technology and Cape Peninsula University of Technology, offering the same courses. If the student decides to do the practical component at these institutions, then UNISA will make the necessary arrangements and then pay the costs involved. Both the theoretical and the practical component of the subject must be passed before credit for the subject can be obtained. the practical component must be done simultaneously or after the theoretical component. Modules can be completed concurrently or in different years. Access to a personal computer is compulsory for the Practical. All study materials and examination papers (except Mathematics III) are available only in English.

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Third Level

Compulsory. CEM311A - Chemical Engineering Technology III (Module A) CEM3PRA - Chemical Engineering Technology III (Module A) (Practical) CEP101E - Chemical Engineering Practice I CHP311A - Chemical Plant III (Module A) EMA2M1E - Engineering Management II (Module A) PCT381H - Process Control III TDC341P - Thermodynamics (Chemical Engineering III)

Pre/Co-requisites

Pre: CEM211F ; Co: CEM3PRA Pre: CEM211F; Co: CEM311A Pre: All subjects from the first and second levels Pre: CHE181T

Fourth Level

Compulsory. CEM321B - Chemical Engineering Technology III (Module B) CEM3PRB - Chemical Engineering Technology III Module B (Practical) CEP201E - Chemical Engineering Practice II CHP321B - Chemical Plant III (Module B) CPD371S - Chemical Process Design: Principles III

Pre/Co-requisites

Pre: CEM311A; Co: CEM3PRB PRE: CEM311A; Co: CEM321B Pre: EMA2M1E & CEM311A & CEM3PRA & CHP311A & PCT381H & TDC341P Co: CEM311A Co: CEM311A, CEM321B

EMA2M2E - Engineering Management II (Module B) TDA331V - Thermodynamics (Applied III) Pre: PCH241P & PCH2PRA

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NDINL NSC (Diploma) or Senior Certificate Until 2016

6 360

First Level

Compulsory. BSM1501 - Business Management Ia COS1511 - Introduction to Programming 1 ENN1504 - Practising Workplace English EUP1501 - End-User Computing (Practical) ICT1512 - Introduction to Interactive Programming ICT1513 - Introduction to Web Design ICT1521 - Introduction to Databases

Pre/Co-requisites

Second Level

Compulsory. FAC1501 - Introductory Financial Accounting

Pre/Co-requisites

Third Level

Compulsory. ICT3611 - Advanced Graphical User Interface Programming

Pre/Co-requisites

Pre: ICT2611

ICT2611 - Graphical User Interface Programming ICT2612 - Interactive Programming ICT2613 - Internet Programming

Pre: COS1511 & ICT1513 Pre: COS1511 & ICT1512 & ICT1513 Pre: COS1511 & ICT1512 & ICT1513 Pre: ICT1541 & ICT1521

ICT3612 - Advanced Internet Programming ICT3621 - Database Design ICT3631 - Advanced Operating System Practice ICT3641 - Business Informatics 3a ICT3642 - Business Informatics 3b ICT3713 - Information and Communication Technology Project Proposal ICT3714 - Information and Communication Technology Project Implementation

Pre: ICT2612 & ICT2613 Pre: ICT2621 & ICT2622; Co: ICT3722 Pre: ICT2631 Pre: ICT2641 & ICT2642

Co: ICT1513

ICT2621 - Structured Systems Analysis and Design ICT2622 - Object-Oriented Analysis ICT2631 - Operating Systems Practice

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

Co: ICT1531

Pre: ICT1541; Co: FAC1501 Pre: ICT1541; Co: FAC1501 & ICT2641

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27

NDMIN

6 360

Purpose statement

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

First Level

Compulsory. ENN103F - English for Academic Purposes EUC1501 - End-User Computing I (Theory) EUP1501 - End-User Computing (Practical) MAT1581 - Mathematics I (Engineering) MEP171X - Mineral Exploitation I SMI181Q - Science: Mining I STA1510 - Basic Statistics

Pre/Co-requisites

Second Level

Compulsory. CAD161S - Computer Aided Draughting I ENV301E - Environmental Management III EWS121Q - Engineering Work Study 1 FAC1501 - Introductory Financial Accounting MAT2691 - Mathematics II (Engineering) MED161Q - Mechanical Engineering Drawing I MPR101E - Mining Engineering Practice I MPR201E - Mining Engineering Practice II

Pre/Co-requisites

Pre: MAT1581

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Third Level

Compulsory. EMA2M1E - Engineering Management II (Module A) EMA2M2E - Engineering Management II (Module B) MBE201E - Mineral Beneficiation II MEN251W - Mine Engineering II MGY291S - Mining Geology II MIN201E - Mining II SAV231Y - Mine Survey and Valuation II

Pre/Co-requisites

Fourth Level

Compulsory. EMA301E - Engineering Management III GMI351X - Geology: Mining III

Pre/Co-requisites

Pre: EMA2M1E & EMA2M2E Pre: MGY291S Pre: MEN251W Pre: MIN201E Pre: SAV231Y

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

MIE301E - Mine Engineering III MIN301E - Mining III MTS351X - Mining Technical Services III SAV301U - Mine Survey and Valuation III

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NDMSR

6 360

NSC (Diploma) with Mathematics, English, Physical Science & (Engineering and Technology or a Computer subject) passed with a rating of 4 OR Senior Certificate with at least E(40%) for Higher Grade Mathematics, English &Physical Science or at least D(50%) for Standard Grade Mathematics, English & Physical Science OR an N3 or N4 Certificate with Mathematics, English, Industrial Chemistry & Engineering Science passed with at least 50%.

Purpose statement

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

First Level

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

Pre/Co-requisites

Second Level

Compulsory. EMA2M1E - Engineering Management II (Module A) EMA2M2E - Engineering Management II (Module B) EUC1501 - End-User Computing I (Theory) EUP1501 - End-User Computing (Practical) MAT2691 - Mathematics II (Engineering) MGY291S - Mining Geology II MSG211Q - Mine Survey II MSP242S - Mine Survey Practice II MVA231Q - Mine Valuation II

Pre/Co-requisites

Third Level

Compulsory. EMA301E - Engineering Management III MSG342S - Mine Survey III MSP352T - Mine Survey Practice III MVA382Y - Mine Valuation III

Pre/Co-requisites

Pre: EMA2M1E & EMA2M2E Pre: MSG211Q Pre: Student must be employed in a mine Pre: MVA231Q & STA1510 Pre: MGY291S

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

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NDPPT

6 360

NSC (Diploma) with Mathematics, English, Physical Science & (Engineering and Technology or a Computer subject) passed with a rating of 4 OR Senior Certificate with at least E(40%) for Higher Grade Mathematics, English &Physical Science or at least D(50%) for Standard Grade Mathematics, English & Physical Science OR an N3 or N4 Certificate with Mathematics, English, Industrial Chemistry & Engineering Science passed with at least 50%.

Purpose statement

to apply integrated technical knowledge/skills and advanced analysis and problem solving to a particular specialised research area in Chemical Engineering.

First Level

Compulsory. CHE181T - Chemistry I (Theory) CHE1PRA - Chemistry I (Practical) ENN103F - English for Academic Purposes EUC1501 - End-User Computing I (Theory) EUP1501 - End-User Computing (Practical) FIC181C - Physics I (Theory) FIC1PRA - Physics I (Practical) IPM101P - Introduction to Pulp and Paper Making I MAT1581 - Mathematics I (Engineering)

Pre/Co-requisites

Co: CHE1PRA Co: CHE181T

Second Level

Compulsory. CEM211F - Chemical Engineering Technology II CEM2PRA - Chemical Engineering Technology II (Practical) ENP291Q - Engineering Physics II (Theory) ENP2PRA - Engineering Physics II (Practical) PCH241P - Physical Chemistry II (Theory)

Pre/Co-requisites

Pre: CHE181T ; Co: CEM2PRA Pre: CHE181T ; Co: CEM211F Pre: FIC181C; Co: ENP2PRA Pre: FIC1PRA; Co: ENP291Q Pre: CHE181T; Co: PCH2PRA Pre: CHE1PRA; Co: PCH241P Pre: CHE181T & CHE1PRA

PCH2PRA - Physical Chemistry II (Practical) PCY201P - Pulp and Paper Chemistry II PTL101P - Pulp and Paper Technology I PUP101P - Pulp and Paper Practice I QUT151Z - Qualitative Techniques I

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Third Level

Compulsory. CEM311A - Chemical Engineering Technology III (Module A) CEM3PRA - Chemical Engineering Technology III (Module A) (Practical) CHP311A - Chemical Plant III (Module A) EMA2M1E - Engineering Management II (Module A) PTL201P - Pulp and Paper Technology II PUP201P - Pulp and Paper Practice II

Pre/Co-requisites

Pre: CEM211F; Co: CEM3PRA Pre: CEM211F; Co: CEM311A Pre: CHE181T

Fourth Level

Compulsory. CEM321B - Chemical Engineering Technology III (Module B) CEM3PRB - Chemical Engineering Technology III Module B (Practical) CHP321B - Chemical Plant III (Module B) EMA2M2E - Engineering Management II (Module B)

Pre/Co-requisites

Co: CEM311A, CEM3PRB Co: CEM311A; Co: CEM321B Co: CEM311A

Pre: PTL101P Pre: All subjects from the first and second levels

PCY301P - Pulp and Paper Chemistry III PTL301P - Pulp and Paper Technology III PUP301P - Pulp and Paper Practice III TDA331V - Thermodynamics (Applied III)

Pre: PCY201P Pre: PTL201P Pre: PUP101P Pre: PCH241P & PCH2PRA

Rules

the practical component of these study units is Compulsory Registration of the practical component is done at UNISA. the practical component must be done at other institutions such as Vaal University of Technology, Durban University of Technology and Cape Peninsula University of Technology, offering the same courses. If the student decides to do the practical component at these institutions, then UNISA will make the necessary arrangements and pay the costs involved. Both the theoretical and the practical component of the subject must be passed before credit for the subject can be obtained. the practical component must be done simultaneously or after the theoretical component.

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NDSMI

6 360

NSC (Diploma) with Mathematics, English, Physical Science & (Engineering and Technology or a Computer subject) passed with a rating of 4 OR Senior Certificate with at least E(40%) for Higher Grade Mathematics, English &Physical Science or at least D(50%) for Standard Grade Mathematics, English & Physical Science OR an N3 or N4 Certificate with Mathematics, English, Industrial Chemistry & Engineering Science passed with at least 50%. Until 2015

Repeaters only

Purpose statement

to produce competent mining engineers whose responsibilities would include the selection and managing of the optimal mining process applicable to the relevant mineral deposit to be mined.

First Level

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

Pre/Co-requisites

Second Level

Compulsory. EMA2M1E - Engineering Management II (Module A) EMA2M2E - Engineering Management II (Module B) EUC1501 - End-User Computing I (Theory) EUP1501 - End-User Computing (Practical) FAC1501 - Introductory Financial Accounting MEN251W - Mine Engineering II MSU201S - Mining: Surface II SMR230P - Surface Mining Practice II SSV201S - Surface Surveying and Valuation II

Pre/Co-requisites

Third Level

Compulsory. EMA301E - Engineering Management III MGY291S - Mining Geology II MSU301S - Mining: Surface III SME301S - Surface Mining Equipment III SMR351Y - Surface Mining Practice III

Pre/Co-requisites

Pre: EMA2M1E & EMA2M2E Pre: MEP171X Pre: MSU201S

Pre: SSV201S

Pre: MEP171X

Rules

No new students will be allowed to register for the N Dip Surface Mining. in future the N Dip Surface Mining and Mining Engineering will be replaced by a B Eng Tech in Mining Engineering which is aligned with the Higher Education Qualifications Framework. Pay close attention to the phasing-out dates of the different modules and plan your studies accordingly. NOTE: Modules to be discontinued: Phasing out shedule Code - Description (last year/semester of offering) SMR121Q - Surface Mining Practice I (2013) SSV201S - Surface Surveying and Valuation II (1st semester 2013 - last supplementary examination: Oct/Nov 2013) MSU201S - Mining Surfance II (1st semester 2013 - last supplementary eamination: Oct/Nof 2013) SMR230P - Surface Mining Practice II (2014) SSV301S - Surface Surveying and Valuation III (2015 - last supplementary examination: Jan/Feb 2016) MSU301S - Mining: Surface III (2015 - last supplementary examination: Jan/Feb 2016) SME301S Surface Mining Equipment III (2015 - last supplementary examination: Jan/Feb 2016) SMR351Y - Surface Mining Practice III (2015 - last supplementary examination: Jan/Feb 2016) All Part III modules (2015)

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First Level

Group A. Compulsory BSM1501 - Business Management Ia COS1511 - Introduction to Programming 1 ENN1504 - Practising Workplace English EUP1501 - End-User Computing (Practical) ICT1512 - Introduction to Interactive Programming ICT1513 - Introduction to Web Design ICT1521 - Introduction to Databases

98806 NSC (Diploma) or Senior Certificate

6 360

Pre/Co-requisites

Second Level

Group A. Compulsory FAC1501 - Introductory Financial Accounting

Pre/Co-requisites

Third Level

Group A. Compulsory ICT3611 - Advanced Graphical User Interface Programming

Pre/Co-requisites

Pre: ICT2611

Co: EUP1501

ICT2611 - Graphical User Interface Programming ICT2612 - Interactive Programming ICT2613 - Internet Programming

Pre: COS1511 & ICT1513 Pre: COS1511 & ICT1512 & ICT1513 Pre: COS1511 & ICT1512 & ICT1513 Pre: ICT1521 & ICT1541

ICT3612 - Advanced Internet Programming ICT3621 - Database Design ICT3631 - Advanced Operating System Practice ICT3641 - Business Informatics 3a ICT3642 - Business Informatics 3b ICT3713 - Information and Communication Technology Project Proposal ICT3714 - Information and Communication Technology Project Implementation

Pre: ICT2612 & ICT2613 Pre: ICT2621 & ICT2622; Co: ICT3722 Pre: ICT2631 Pre: ICT2641 & ICT2642

Co: ICT1513

ICT2621 - Structured Systems Analysis and Design ICT2622 - Object-Oriented Analysis ICT2631 - Operating Systems Practice

Pre: ICT1521 & ICT1541; Co: ICT2621 Pre: ICT1531 & ICT1532

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

Co: ICT1531

Pre: ICT1541; Co: FAC1501 Pre: ICT1541; Co: FAC1501 & ICT2641

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02089 GEN

6 360

NSC (Degree) with Mathematics & English passed with a rating of 4 OR Matriculation exemption with at least E(40%) for Higher Grade Mathematics & English or at least D(50%) for Standard Grade Mathematics & English Until 2015

1) the curriculum for the BSC degree consists of: a. THIRTY MODULES b. At least TWENTY-FOUR of the thirty modules must be from the list below. c. Not more than FOURTEEN of the thirty modules may be on the first level (NQF level 5). d. At least EIGHT modules must be on third level (NQF level 7). e. Refer to my Modules. for the Major subject combination Students who did not satisfy the minimum Mathematics requirement and are interested in registering for the BSC degree, may register for Access to Mathematics (MAT0511) and a maximum of 4 of the under mentioned modules for NDP. On Passing MAT0511, students may continue with the BSC degree. Re-enrolment for MAT0511 module cannot exceed 2 years. AST1631 BLG1502 STA1501 COS1511 CSS101H GGH1501 PYC1501 PHY1501 CHE1500 BLG1603 STA1510 INF1505 EUP1501 GGH1502 PYC1502 PHY1502

Example: BSC DEGREE WITH COMPUTER SCIENCE AND CHEMISTRY AS MAJOR SUBJECTS

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COS1501 COS1511 COS1512

Pre/Co-requisites

Second Level

COS2601

Pre/Co-requisites

Pre: COS1501 Pre: COS1512 Pre: COS1512

Third Level

COS3701 COS3711 COS3721

Pre/Co-requisites

Pre: COS2601 Pre: COS2611 & COS2614 Pre: COS2621

Co: EUP1501 Advice: Students are strongly recommended to complete COS1511 before registering for COS1512

COS2611 COS2614

COS1521

Pre: COS1512 & COS1521 Pre: COS1521 or INF1505 Pre: (COS1511 or INF1511 or APM1513) & MAT1503 & (MAT1511 & MAT1512 Pre: COS1501 Pre: CHE1501 & CHE1503 Pre: CHE1501 & CHE1503; Co: CHE2611 Pre: CHE1502 & CHE1503; Co: MAT1512 Pre: CHE1502 & CHE1503; Co: MAT1512 & CHE2612 Pre: CHE1502 & CHE1503

Choose 2 from the following APM3711 COS3751 COS3761 Pre: COS2633 Pre: COS2611 & COS2661 Pre: COS2661

COS2661

Chemistry

CHE1501 CHE1502 CHE1503 MAT1512 CHE2611 CHE2621 CHE2612 CHE2622 CHE2613 CHE3701 CHE3702 CHE3703 CHE3704 CHE3705 Pre: CHE2611 Pre: CHE2612 Pre: CHE2613 Pre: CHE2614 Pre: CHE2611, CHE2612, CHE2613 & CHE2614; Co: CHE3701, CHE3702, CHE3703 & CHE3704

Co: CHE2613 Pre: CHE1501 & CHE1503 Pre: CHE1501 & CHE1503; Co: CHE2614 9 Modules

the letter M before the name of a subject indicates that it may be selected as a major subject.

M M M M M M M M M Applied Mathematics Astronomy Chemistry Computer Science Information Systems Physics Mathematics Operations Research Statistics Biochemistry M M M M M M M Botany Geography Geology Microbiology Physiology Zoology Biology Archeology Comprehension Skills forScience Psychology

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98801 GEN (New Curriculum)

7 360

NSC (Degree) with Mathematics & English passed with a rating of 4 OR Matriculation exemption with at least E(40%) for Higher Grade Mathematics & English or at least D(50%) for Standard Grade Mathematics & English

Rules

1) the curriculum for the BSC degree consists of: a. THIRTY MODULES b. At least TWENTY-FOUR of the thirty modules must be from the list below. c. Not more than FOURTEEN of the thirty modules may be on the first level (NQF level 5). d. At least EIGHT modules must be on third level (NQF level 7). e. Refer to my Modules. for the Major subject combination Students who did not satisfy the minimum Mathematics requirement and are interested in registering for the BSC degree, may register for Access to Mathematics (MAT0511) and a maximum of 4 of the under mentioned modules for NDP. On Passing MAT0511, students may continue with the BSC degree. Re-enrolment for MAT0511 module cannot exceed 2 years. AST1631 BLG1502 STA1501 COS1511 CSS101H GGH1501 PYC1501 PHY1501 CHE1500 BLG1603 STA1510 INF1505 EUP1501 GGH1502 PYC1502 PHY1502

Example: BSC DEGREE WITH COMPUTER SCIENCE AND CHEMISTRY AS MAJOR SUBJECTS

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COS1501 COS1511 COS1512

Pre/Co-requisites

Second Level

COS2601

Pre/Co-requisites

Pre: COS1501 Pre: COS1512 Pre: COS1512

Third Level

APM3711 COS3701 COS3711

Pre/Co-requisites

Pre: COS2633 Pre: COS2601 Pre: COS2611 & COS2614

Co: EUP1501 Advice: Students are strongly recommended to complete COS1511 before registering for COS1512

COS2611 COS2614

COS1521

Pre: COS1512 & COS1521 Pre: COS1521 or INF1505 Pre: (COS1511 or INF1511 or APM1513) & MAT1503 & (MAT1511 & MAT1512 Pre: COS1501 Pre: CHE1501 & CHE1503 Pre: CHE1501 & CHE1503; Co: CHE2611 Pre: CHE1502 & CHE1503; Co: MAT1512 Pre: CHE1502 & CHE1503; Co: MAT1512 & CHE2612 Pre: CHE1502 & CHE1503

COS2661

Chemistry

CHE1501 CHE1502 CHE1503 MAT1512 CHE2611 CHE2621 CHE2612 CHE2622 CHE2613 CHE3701 CHE3702 CHE3703 CHE3704 CHE3705 Pre: CHE2611 Pre: CHE2612 Pre: CHE2613 Pre: CHE2614 Pre: CHE2611, CHE2612, CHE2613 & CHE2614; Co: CHE3701, CHE3702, CHE3703 & CHE370

Co: CHE2613 Pre: CHE1501 & CHE1503 Pre: CHE1501 & CHE1503; Co: CHE2614 Pre: MAT1512 10 Modules

the letter M before the name of a subject indicates that it may be selected as a major subject.

M M M M M M M M M Applied Mathematics Astronomy Chemistry Computer Science Information Systems Physics Mathematics Operations Research Statistics Biochemistry M M M M M M M Botany Geography Geology Microbiology Physiology Zoology Biology Archeology Comprehension Skills forScience Psychology

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Qualification

Bachelor of Science Information Technology and Computer Science: Computational Intelligence Stream

02089 - ICI

360

NSC (Degree) with Mathematics & English passed with a rating of 4 OR Matriculation exemption with at least E(40%) for Higher Grade Mathematics & English or at least D(50%) for Standard Grade Mathematics & English. Students who want to register for Computing as a major should (a) have access to an Internet Caf or a Unisa Regional Learning Centre or other Internet facility. Registration access to myUnisa on a regular basis is compulsory; (b) have passed Computer Application Technology or Information Technology with a rating of 4 (new NSC) or passed Computer Studies (NSC) or hold an Industry Standard qualification such as the ICDL in Computer Literacy. Students who do not satisfy this requirement, must pass CEM101A BEFORE they may register for COS111U or INF1511. Until 2015

Repeaters only

First Level

Compulsory. COS1501 - Theoretical Computer Science 1 COS1511 - Introduction to Programming 1 COS1512 - Introduction to Programming 2

Pre/Co-requisites

Second Level

Compulsory. COS2601 - Theoretical Computer Science 2

Pre/Co-requisites

Pre: COS1501 Pre: COS1512

Third Level

Compulsory. COS3701 - Theoretical Computer Science 3 COS3751 - Techniques of Artificial Intelligence (Computer Science) COS3761 - Formal Logic 3 (Computer Science)

Pre/Co-requisites

Pre: COS2601 Pre: COS2611 & COS2661

Co: EUP1501

Co: COS1511. STUDENTS are recommended to complete COS1511 before registering for COS1512

Pre: COS1512

Pre: COS2661

COS1521 - Computer Systems: Fundamental Concepts CSS101H - Comprehension Skills for Science (Comprehension Skills for Science 101) EUP1501 - End-User Computing (Practical) INF1520 - Human-Computer Interaction I MAT1511 - Precalculus Mathematics B MAT1512 - Calculus A Pre: NSC MATHS with a rating of 5 or MAT1510 or MAT0511 with 75%

Pre: COS1501

INF3720 - Human-Computer Interaction 2 PYC3703 - Cognition: Thinking, Memory and Problem Solving (Psychology)

Co: INF1520

Pre: PYC1501

COS2621 - Computer Organisation COS2633 - Numerical Methods I LIN3705 - Text Structure and Function MAT2612 - Introduction to Discrete Mathematics PLS2607 - Philosophy of Science

Choose 3 from the following. APM3711 - Numerical Methods 2 COS3711 - Advanced Programming Pre: COS2633 Pre: COS2611 & COS2614 Pre: COS2611 & MAT1503

COS3712 - Computer Graphics (Computer Science) INF3703 - Databases 2 MAT3707 - Discrete Mathematics: Combinatorics

PYC1501 - Basic Psychology STA1510 - Basic Statistics Choose 3 from the following. DSC1510 - Introduction to the Business World INF1511 - Visual Programming 1 LIN1501 - Grammatical Patterns and Concepts MAT1503 - Linear Algebra Pre: NSC MATHS with a rating of 5 or MAT1510 or MAT0511 with 75% Pre: NSC MATHS with a rating of 4 or MAT1510 or MAT0511 with 75%

Rules

The last year of new registrations for this stream was 2009. Students have until the end of 2015 to complete the qualification.

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Qualification

Bachelor of Science Information Technology and Computer Science: Computational Statistics (Programming) Stream

02089 - ICP

360

NSC (Degree) with Mathematics & English passed with a rating of 4 OR Matriculation exemption with at least E(40%) for Higher Grade Mathematics & English or at least D(50%) for Standard Grade Mathematics & English. Students who want to register for Computing as a major should (a) have access to an Internet Caf or a Unisa Regional Learning Centre or other Internet facility. Registration access to myUnisa on a regular basis is compulsory; (b) have passed Computer Application Technology or Information Technology with a rating of 4 (new NSC) or passed Computer Studies (NSC) or hold an Industry Standard qualification such as the ICDL in Computer Literacy. Students who do not satisfy this requirement, must pass CEM101A BEFORE they may register for COS111U or INF1511. Until 2015

Repeaters only

First Level

Compulsory. COS1511 - Introduction to Programming 1 COS1512 - Introduction to Programming 2

Pre/Co-requisites

Co: EUP1501 Co: COS1511. STUDENTS are recommended to complete COS1511 before registering for COS1512

Second Level

Compulsory. COS2611 - Programming: Data Structures COS2614 - Programming: Contemporary Concepts

Pre/Co-requisites

Pre: COS1512 Pre: COS1512

Third Level

Compulsory. APM3711 - Numerical Methods 2 INF3703 - Databases 2

Pre/Co-requisites

Pre: COS2633 Pre: COS2611 or ICT2622

COS1521 - Computer Systems: Fundamental Concepts CSS101H - Comprehension Skills for Science (Comprehension Skills for Science 101) DSC1510 - Introduction to the Business World DSC1630 - Introductory Financial Mathematics INF1505 - Introduction to Business Information Systems MAT1503 - Linear Algebra Pre: NSC MATHS with a rating of 5 or MAT1510 or MAT0511 with 75% Pre: NSC MATHS with a rating of 4 or MAT1510 or MAT0511 with 75% Pre: NSC MATHS with a rating of 4 or MAT1510 or MAT0511 with 75%

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

MAT2615 - Calculus in Higher Dimensions STA2601 - Applied Statistics II STA2602 - Statistical Inference II STA2603 - Distribution Theory II STA2604 - Forecasting II

Pre: STA2601

Pre: (STA1502 & DSC1620) or (STA1503 & MAT1512) Pre: STA1501 & STA1502

MAT1511 - Precalculus Mathematics B MAT1512 - Calculus A Pre: NSC MATHS with a rating of 5 or MAT1510 or MAT0511 with 75% Co: MAT1512

MAT1613 - Calculus B (Mathematics) STA1501 - Descriptive Statistics and Probability STA1502 - Statistical Inference 1 STA1503 - Distribution Theory I

Rules

The last year of new registrations for this stream was 2009. Students have until the end of 2015 to complete the qualification.

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Qualification

Bachelor of Science Information Technology and Computer Science: Computational Statistics (Information Systems) Stream

02089 - ICS

360

NSC (Degree) with Mathematics & English passed with a rating of 4 OR Matriculation exemption with at least E(40%) for Higher Grade Mathematics & English or at least D(50%) for Standard Grade Mathematics & English. Students who want to register for Computing as a major should (a) have access to an Internet Caf or a Unisa Regional Learning Centre or other Internet facility. Registration access to myUnisa on a regular basis is compulsory; (b) have passed Computer Application Technology or Information Technology with a rating of 4 (new NSC) or passed Computer Studies (NSC) or hold an Industry Standard qualification such as the ICDL in Computer Literacy. Students who do not satisfy this requirement, must pass CEM101A BEFORE they may register for COS111U or INF1511. Until 2015

Repeaters only

First Level

Compulsory. CSS101H - Comprehension Skills for Science (Comprehension Skills for Science 101) DSC1510 - Introduction to the Business World DSC1630 - Introductory Financial Mathematics ECS1501 - Economics 1a EUP1501 - End-User Computing (Practical) INF1505 - Introduction to Business Information Systems INF1511 - Visual Programming 1 MAT1503 - Linear Algebra

Pre/Co-requisites

Second Level

Compulsory. ICT2621 - Structured Systems Analysis and Design

Pre/Co-requisites

Pre: INF1505 or COS1521

Third Level

Compulsory. INF3703 - Databases 2

Pre/Co-requisites

Pre: COS2611 or ICT2622

Pre: NSC MATHS with a rating of 4 or MAT1510 or MAT0511 with 75% Pre: NSC MATHS with a rating of 4 or MAT1510 or MAT0511 with 75%

INF3705 - Advanced Systems Development (Information Systems) INF3707 - Database Design and Implementation INF3708 - Software Project Management STA3701 - Applied Statistics III STA3702 - Statistical Inference III STA3703 - Distribution Theory III

MAT2615 - Calculus in Higher Dimensions STA2601 - Applied Statistics II STA2602 - Statistical Inference II STA2603 - Distribution Theory II Pre: NSC MATHS with a rating of 5 or MAT1510 or MAT0511 with 75% STA2604 - Forecasting II

Pre: MAT1503 & MAT1512 Pre: STA1501 &STA1502 Pre: STA1502; Co: STA1503 STA2610 Pre: (STA1502 & DSC1620) or (STA1503 & MAT1512) Pre: STA1501 & STA1502

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

STA3704 - Time Series III Pre: STA2604 Pre: STA2601

MAT1511 - Precalculus Mathematics B MAT1512 - Calculus A Pre: NSC MATHS with a rating of 5 or MAT1510 or MAT0511 with 75% Co: MAT1512

MAT1613 - Calculus B (Mathematics) STA1501 - Descriptive Statistics and Probability STA1502 - Statistical Inference 1 STA1503 - Distribution Theory I

Rules

The last year of new registrations for this stream was 2009. Students have until the end of 2015 to complete the qualification.

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Qualification

Bachelor of Science Information Technology and Computer Science: Decision Modelling and Computing Stream

02089 - IDC

360

Repeaters only

First Level

Compulsory. COS1501 - Theoretical Computer Science 1 COS1511 - Introduction to Programming 1 COS1512 - Introduction to Programming 2

Pre/Co-requisites

Second Level

Compulsory. COS2611 - Programming: Data Structures

Pre/Co-requisites

Pre: COS1512 Pre: COS1512 Pre: COS1512 & COS1521

Third Level

Compulsory. APM3711 - Numerical Methods 2 COS3711 - Advanced Programming COS3721 - Operating Systems and Architecture

Pre/Co-requisites

Pre: COS2633 Pre: COS2611 & COS2614 Pre: COS2621

Co: EUP1501 Co: COS1511. STUDENTS are recommended to complete COS1511 before registering for COS1512

COS1521 - Computer Systems: Fundamental Concepts DSC1510 - Introduction to the Business World DSC1630 - Introductory Financial Mathematics EUP1501 - End-User Computing (Practical) MAT1503 - Linear Algebra Pre: NSC MATHS with a rating of 5 or MAT1510 or MAT0511 with 75% Pre: NSC MATHS with a rating of 4 or MAT1510 or MAT0511 with 75% Pre: NSC MATHS with a rating of 4 or MAT1510 or MAT0511 with 75%

COS3751 - Techniques of Artificial Intelligence (Computer Science) DSC3702 - Optimisation of Resources DSC3703 - Simulation

Pre: DSC2602 & DSC2601 or (DSC2605 & DSC2606) Pre: DSC2602 & DSC2601 or (DSC2605 & DSC2606) Pre: DSC2602 & DSC2601 or (DSC2605 & DSC2606) Pre: DSC2602 & DSC2601 or (DSC2605 & DSC2606)

DSC2601 - Mathematical Programming DSC2602 - Rational Decision Making DSC2604 - Financial Modelling STA2603 - Distribution Theory II

Pre: DSC1510, DSC1630 & any two of MAT1512, MAT1613, MAT1503 Pre: DSC1510 & DSC1630 Pre: DSC1510 & DSC1630

MAT1511 - Precalculus Mathematics B MAT1512 - Calculus A Pre: NSC MATHS with a rating of 5 or MAT1510 or MAT0511 with 75% Co: MAT1512

MAT1613 - Calculus B (Mathematics) STA1501 - Descriptive Statistics and Probability STA1502 - Statistical Inference 1

Co: STA1501

The last year of new registrations for this stream was 2009. Students have until the end of 2015 to complete the qualification.

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Qualification

Bachelor of Science Information Technology and Computer Science: Information and Decision Modelling Stream

02089 - IDM

360

Repeaters only

First Level

Compulsory. CSS101H - Comprehension Skills for Science (Comprehension Skills for Science 101) DSC1510 - Introduction to the Business World DSC1630 - Introductory Financial Mathematics EUP1501 - End-User Computing (Practical) INF1505 - Introduction to Business Information Systems INF1511 - Visual Programming 1 INF1520 - Human-Computer Interaction I MAT1503 - Linear Algebra

Pre/Co-requisites

COS2633 - Numerical Methods I

Pre/Co-requisites

Pre: COS1511 or MAT1512 or MAT1503

DSC3702 - Optimisation of Resources

Pre/Co-requisites

Pre: DSC2602 & DSC2601 or (DSC2605 & DSC2606)

Pre: NSC MATHS with a rating of 4 or MAT1510 or MAT0511 with 75% Pre: NSC MATHS with a rating of 4 or MAT1510 or MAT0511 with 75%

DSC2601 - Mathematical Programming DSC2602 - Rational Decision Making DSC2604 - Financial Modelling ICT2621 - Structured Systems Analysis and Design ICT2622 - Object-Oriented Analysis STA2603 - Distribution Theory II

Pre: DSC1510, DSC1630 & any two of MAT1512, MAT1613, MAT1503 Pre: DSC1510 & DSC1630

DSC3703 - Simulation

Pre: DSC2602 & DSC2601 or (DSC2605 & DSC2606); Co: STA2602 Pre: DSC2602 & DSC2601 or (DSC2605 & DSC2606) Pre: DSC2602 & DSC2601 or (DSC2605 & DSC2606) Pre: DSC2602 & DSC2601 or (DSC2605 & DSC2606) Pre: COS2611 or ICT2622

DSC3704 - Models for Strategic Decision-Making DSC3705 - Financial Risk Modelling DSC3707 - Mathematical Modelling II INF3703 - Databases 2

Pre: (INF1505 or COS1521) & (EUP1501 or COS1512 or INF1511) Pre: (STA1502 & DSC1620) or (STA1503 & MAT1512)

INF3707 - Database Design and Implementation Pre: ICT2621 or ICT2622

MAT1613 - Calculus B (Mathematics) STA1501 - Descriptive Statistics and Probability STA1502 - Statistical Inference 1 Choose 1 from the following. COS1501 - Theoretical Computer Science 1 DSC1620 - Mathematical Modelling I

Co: STA1501

The last year of new registrations for this stream was 2009. Students have until the end of 2015 to complete the qualification.

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Qualification

Bachelor of Science Information Technology and Computer Science: Scientific Computing Stream

02089 - ISC

360

NSC (Degree) with Mathematics & English passed with a rating of 4 OR Matriculation exemption with at least E(40%) for Higher Grade Mathematics & English or at least D(50%) for Standard Grade Mathematics & English; Students who want to register for Computing as a major should (a) have access to an Internet Caf or a Unisa Regional Learning Centre or other Internet facility. Registration access to myUnisa on a regular basis is compulsory; (b) have passed Computer Application Technology or Information Technology with a rating of 4 (new NSC) or passed Computer Studies (NSC) or hold an Industry Standard qualification such as the ICDL in Computer Literacy. Students who do not satisfy this requirement, must pass CEM101A BEFORE they may register for COS111U or INF1511. Until 2015

Repeaters only

First Level

Compulsory. APM1513 - Applied Linear Algebra APM1514 - Mathematical Modelling COS1501 - Theoretical Computer Science 1 COS1511 - Introduction to Programming 1 COS1512 - Introduction to Programming 2

Pre/Co-requisites

Pre: NSC MATHS with a rating of 5 or MAT1510 or MAT0511 with 75% Pre: NSC MATHS with a rating of 5 or MAT1510 or MAT0511 with 75%

Second Level

Compulsory. COS2601 - Theoretical Computer Science 2 COS2611 - Programming: Data Structures COS2614 - Programming: Contemporary Concepts

Pre/Co-requisites

Pre: COS1501

Third Level

Compulsory. APM3711 - Numerical Methods 2 COS3701 - Theoretical Computer Science 3 COS3711 - Advanced Programming COS3712 - Computer Graphics (Computer Science) COS3721 - Operating Systems and Architecture

Pre/Co-requisites

Pre: COS2633

Pre: COS1512

Pre: COS2601

Co: EUP1501

Co: COS1511. STUDENTS are recommended to complete COS1511 before registering for COS1512

Pre: COS2621

COS1521 - Computer Systems: Fundamental Concepts CSS101H - Comprehension Skills for Science (Comprehension Skills for Science 101) EUP1501 - End-User Computing (Practical) MAT1503 - Linear Algebra Pre: NSC MATHS with a rating of 5 or MAT1510 or MAT0511 with 75%

Pre: COS1511 or MAT1512 or MAT1503 Pre: DSC1510, DSC1630 & any two of MAT1512, MAT1613, MAT1503 Pre: DSC1510 & DSC1630 Pre: COS1501 or MAT1512 or MAT1613 or MAT1503

Pre: DSC2602 & DSC2601 or (DSC2605 & DSC2606) Pre: COS2611 or ICT2622

The last year of new registrations for this stream was 2009. Students have until the end of 2015 to complete the qualification.

45

Qualification

Bachelor of Science Information Technology and Computer Science: Software Engineering Stream

02089 - ISE

360

Repeaters only

First Level

Compulsory. COS1501 - Theoretical Computer Science 1 COS1511 - Introduction to Programming 1 COS1512 - Introduction to Programming 2

Pre/Co-requisites

COS2611 - Programming: Data Structures

Pre/Co-requisites

Pre: COS1512 Pre: COS1512

INF3703 - Databases 2 INF3705 - Advanced Systems Development (Information Systems)

Pre/Co-requisites

Pre: COS2611 or ICT2622 Pre: ICT2621 & ICT2622

Co: EUP1501

COS2614 - Programming: Contemporary Concepts ICT2621 - Structured Systems Analysis and Design ICT2622 - Object-Oriented Analysis

Co: COS1511. STUDENTS are recommended to complete COS1511 before registering for COS1512

COS1521 - Computer Systems: Fundamental Concepts CSS101H - Comprehension Skills for Science (Comprehension Skills for Science 101) EUP1501 - End-User Computing (Practical) INF1505 - Introduction to Business Information Systems INF1511 - Visual Programming 1 INF1520 - Human-Computer Interaction I STA1510 - Basic Statistics Choose 4 from the following.

COS2601 - Theoretical Computer Science 2 COS2621 - Computer Organisation COS2626 - Computer Networks I COS2633 - Numerical Methods I COS2661 - Formal Logic 2

Pre: COS1501

Pre: COS1512 & COS1521

Co: INF1520

APM3711 - Numerical Methods 2 Pre: COS2633 Pre: COS2601 Pre: COS2611 & COS2614 Pre: COS2611 & MAT1503

COS3701 - Theoretical Computer Science 3 COS3711 - Advanced Programming COS3712 - Computer Graphics (Computer Science) COS3721 - Operating Systems and Architecture COS3751 - Techniques of Artificial Intelligence (Computer Science)

FAC1502 - Financial Accounting Principles, Concepts and Procedures LIN1501 - Grammatical Patterns and Concepts MAT1503 - Linear Algebra Pre: NSC MATHS with a rating of 5 or MAT1510 or MAT0511 with 75%

Pre: COS2621

Pre: COS2661

MAT1510 - Precalculus Mathematics A MAT1511 - Precalculus Mathematics B MAT1512 - Calculus A Pre: NSC MATHS with a rating of 5 or MAT1510 or MAT0511 with 75% Co: MAT1512

Rules

The last year of new registrations for this stream was 2009. Students have until the end of 2015 to complete the qualification.

46

Qualification

Bachelor of Science Information Technology and Computer Science: Information Systems and Geography

02089 - ISG

360

Repeaters only

First Level Compulsory.

AGE1501 - Introduction to Archaeology COS1521 - Computer Systems: Fundamental Concepts CSS101H - Comprehension Skills for Science (Comprehension Skills for Science 101) EUP1501 - End-User Computing (Practical) GGH1501 - Know Your World: Introduction to Geography GGH1502 - World Issues: A Geographical Perspective INF1505 - Introduction to Business Information Systems INF1511 - Visual Programming 1 INF1520 - Human-Computer Interaction I STA1510 - Basic Statistics

Pre/Co-requisites

DSC2601 - Mathematical Programming DSC2602 - Rational Decision Making GGH2601 - The African Challenge: People and Environment GGH2602 - The Geography of Services Provision GGH2603 - The Interpretation of Maps, Aerial Photographs and Satellite Images GGH2604 - People and the Natural Environment: Use and Impact (Geography) ICT2621 - Structured Systems Analysis and Design ICT2622 - Object-Oriented Analysis

Pre/Co-requisites

Pre: DSC1510, DSC1630 & any two of MAT1512, MAT1613, MAT1503 Pre: DSC1510 & DSC1630

Third Level

Compulsory. GGH301W - State of the Environment in Southern Africa GGH302X - Spatial Economic Development (Geography 302) GGH303Y - Introduction to Geographical Information Systems (Geography 303) GGH3043 - Development of Urban Space (Geography 304) INF3703 - Databases 2

Pre/Co-requisites

INF3705 - Advanced Systems Development (Information Systems) Pre: INF1505 or COS1521 INF3707 - Database Design and Implementation INF3720 - Human-Computer Interaction 2 Choose 2 from the following. AGE3701 - The Interpretation of Archaeological Data Pre: COS1521 or INF1505 DSC3702 - Optimisation of Resources DSC3703 - Simulation

Co: INF1520

AGE2601 - Archaeological Fieldwork Techniques and Analytical Methods COS2626 - Computer Networks I

DSC1520 - Quantitative Modelling I DSC1620 - Mathematical Modelling I Pre: NSC MATHS with a rating of 4 or MAT1510 or MAT0511 with 75% Pre: NSC MATHS with a rating of 4 or MAT1510 or MAT0511 with 75%

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

DSC3704 - Models for Strategic Decision-Making DSC3705 - Financial Risk Modelling GGH3054 - Environmental Evaluation and Impact Assessment INF3708 - Software Project Management

Rules

The last year of new registrations for this stream was 2009. Students have until the end of 2015 to complete the qualification.

Curriculums 2012: CSET 47

Qualification

Bachelor of Science Information Technology and Computer Science: Information Technology Management Stream

02089 - ITM

First Level

Compulsory. COS1511 - Introduction to Programming 1 COS1512 - Introduction to Programming 2

360

NSC (Degree) with Mathematics & English passed with a rating of 4 OR Matriculation exemption with at least E(40%) for Higher Grade Mathematics & English or at least D(50%) for Standard Grade Mathematics & English Until 2015

Pre/Co-requisites

Co: EUP1501

Second Level

Compulsory. AUE202M - Introduction to the Performing of the Audit Process COS2611 - Programming: Data Structures

Pre/Co-requisites

Pre: FAC1502 & FAC1601

Third Level

Compulsory. INF3703 - Databases 2

Pre/Co-requisites

Pre: COS2611 or ICT2622

Co: COS1511. STUDENTS are recommended to complete COS1511 before registering for COS1512

Pre: COS1512

INF3705 - Advanced Systems Development (Information Systems) INF3707 - Database Design and Implementation INF3708 - Software Project Management

COS1521 - Computer Systems: Fundamental Concepts CSS101H - Comprehension Skills for Science (Comprehension Skills for Science 101) EUP1501 - End-User Computing (Practical) FAC1502 - Financial Accounting Principles, Concepts and Procedures FAC1601 - Financial Accounting Reporting INF1505 - Introduction to Business Information Systems INF1511 - Visual Programming 1 MNB1501 - Business Management 1a MNB1601 - Business Management 1b STA1510 - Basic Statistics Co: MNB101 or MNB1501 Co: FAC1502

Pre: COS1512

COS2626 - Computer Networks I ICT2621 - Structured Systems Analysis and Design ICT2622 - Object-Oriented Analysis MNG2016 - General Management Choose 1 from the following. DPA202T - Practical Accounting Data Processing MNE2601 - Introduction to Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management MNM202Y - Marketing Management (Business Management 202) MNO2601 - Production and Operations Management Pre: FAC1502 & FAC1601 Pre: MNB101D & MNB102E or MNB1501 & MNB1601 Pre: MNB101D & MNB102E or MNB1501 & MNB1601 Pre: INF1505 or COS1521

Pre: COS2611 & COS2614

Pre: MNB101D & MNB102E COS3711 - Advanced or MNB1501 & MNB1601 Programming COS3721 - Operating Systems and Architecture INF3720 - Human-Computer Interaction 2

Choose 1 from the following. COS1501 - Theoretical Computer Science 1 DSC1510 - Introduction to the Business World DSC1520 - Quantitative Modelling I DSC1620 - Mathematical Modelling I DSC1630 - Introductory Financial Mathematics INF1520 - Human-Computer Interaction I Pre: NSC MATHS with a rating of 4 or MAT1510 or MAT0511 with 75% Pre: NSC MATHS with a rating of 4 or MAT1510 or MAT0511 with 75% Pre: NSC MATHS with a rating of 4 or MAT1510 or MAT0511 with 75%

Rules

The last year of new registrations for this stream was 2009. Students have until the end of 2015 to complete the qualification.

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98906

7 360

NSC (Degree) with Mathematics & English passed with a rating of 4 OR Matriculation exemption with at least E(40%) for Higher Grade Mathematics & English or at least D(50%) for Standard Grade Mathematics & English. Students must have access to a suitable microcomputer, the Internet and a printer. Second Level

Group A. Compulsory COS2601 - Theoretical Computer Science 2 COS2611 - Programming: Data Structures Pre: COS1501 Pre: COS1512 Pre: COS1512 Pre: COS1512 & COS1521

First Level

Group A. Compulsory COS1501 - Theoretical Computer Science 1 COS1511 - Introduction to Programming 1 COS1512 - Introduction to Programming 2 COS1521 - Computer Systems: Fundamental Concepts INF1505 - Introduction to Business Information Systems Group B. Choose 3 from the following INF1511 - Visual Programming 1 INF1520 - Human-Computer Interaction I MAT1503 - Linear Algebra MAT1512 - Calculus A

Pre/Co-requisites

Pre/Co-requisites

Third Level

Group A. Compulsory COS3701 - Theoretical Computer Science 3 COS3711 - Advanced Programming COS3721 - Operating Systems and Architecture INF3703 - Databases 2

Pre/Co-requisites

Pre: COS2601 Pre: COS2611 & COS2614 Pre: COS2621 Pre: INF2603

Co: COS1511

COS2614 - Programming: Contemporary Concepts COS2621 - Computer Organisation COS2626 - Computer Networks I ICT2621 - Structured Systems Analysis and Design ICT2622 - Object-Oriented Analysis INF2603 - Databases 1 STA1610 - Introduction to Statistics

INF3705 - Advanced Systems Development (Information Systems) Pre: INF1505 & INF1511 INF3707 - Database Design and Implementation INF3708 - Software Project Management

Pre: INF2603

Group B. Choose 4 from the following APM3711 - Numerical Methods 2 COS3712 - Computer Graphics (Computer Science) COS3751 - Techniques of Artificial Intelligence (Computer Science) COS3761 - Formal Logic 3 (Computer Science) INF3720 - Human-Computer Interaction 2 Pre: COS2633 Pre: MAT1503 & COS2611

Pre: COS2661

Rules

Students who want to register for Computing as a major should: (a) have access to an Internet Cafe or a Unisa Regional Learning Centre or other Internet facilities. After registration, access to myUnisa on a regular basis is compulsory. (b) have passed Computer Application Technology or Information Technology with a rating of 4 (new NSC) or passed Computer Studies (NSC) or hold an Industry Standard qualification such as the ICDL in Computer Literacy. Students who do not satisfy this requirement, must pass EUP1501 BEFORE they may register for COS1511 or INF1511.

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98907

7 360

NSC (Degree) with Mathematics & English passed with a rating of 4 OR Matriculation exemption with at least E(40%) for Higher Grade Mathematics & English or at least D(50%) for Standard Grade Mathematics & English. Students must have access to a suitable microcomputer, the Internet and a printer. Second Level

Group A. Compulsory COS2614 - Programming: Contemporary Concepts Pre: COS1512

First Level

Group A. Compulsory COS1511 - Introduction to Programming 1 COS1512 - Introduction to Programming 2 COS1521 - Computer Systems: Fundamental Concepts FAC1502 - Financial Accounting Principles, Concepts and Procedures INF1505 - Introduction to Business Information Systems INF1511 - Visual Programming 1 INF1520 - Human-Computer Interaction I MNB1501 - Business Management 1a

Pre/Co-requisites

Pre/Co-requisites

Third Level

Group A. Compulsory INF3703 - Databases 2 INF3705 - Advanced Systems Development (Information Systems)

Pre/Co-requisites

Pre: INF2603 Pre: ICT2621 & ICT2622

Co: COS1511

COS2626 - Computer Networks I ICT2621 - Structured Systems Analysis and Design ICT2622 - Object-Oriented Analysis INF2603 - Databases 1 Pre: INF1505 & INF1511

INF3707 - Database Design and Implementation INF3708 - Software Project Management INF3720 - Human-Computer Interaction 2 MNE3701 Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management MNE3702 - Corporate Entrepreneurship MNG3701 - Strategic Planning 3a (Offered from 2014) MNG3702 - Strategic Implementation 3b (Offered from 2014)

Pre: INF2603

Pre: INF1505

Co: INF1520

INF2611 - Visual Programming 2 MNB1601 - Business Management 1b MNE2601 - Introduction to Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management MNG2601 - General Management STA1610 - Introduction to Statistics

Pre: INF1511

Pre: MNE2601

Pre: MNB1601

Pre: MNG3701

Group B. Choose 1 from the following AUI3702 - The Internal Audit Process: Test of Controls (Offered from 2014) COS3711 - Advanced Programming MNI3701 - Global Business Environment (Offered from 2013) Pre: AUE2602

AUE202M - Introduction to the Performing of the Audit Process COS2611 - Programming: Data Structures FAC1601 - Financial Accounting Reporting

Pre: FAC1502

Pre: COS1512

Pre: MNG2601

50

Qualification

02089 - MAM

360

NSC (Degree) with Mathematics & English passed with a rating of 4 OR Matriculation exemption with at least E(40%) for Higher Grade Mathematics & English or at least D(50%) for Standard Grade Mathematics & English Until 2015

EUP1501 End-User Computing (Practical) MAT1503 Linear Algebra (Mathematics) MAT1510 Precalculus Mathematics A MAT1511 Precalculus Mathematics B MAT1512 Calculus A

Pre/Co-requisites

APM2611 Differential Equations

Pre/Co-requisites

Pre/Co-requisites

APM3701 Partial Differential Equations APM3711 Numerical Methods 2 APM3712 Mechanics and Calculus Variations APM3713 Special Relativity and Riemannian Geometry MAT3706 Ordinary Differential Equations MAT3707 Dicrete Mathematics: Combinatorics

APM2614 Applied Dynamical Systems Pre: NSC MATHS with a rating of 5 or MAT1510 or MAT0511 with 75% Co: MAT1512 APM2616 Computer Algebra Pre: MAT1503 & MAT1512 & MAT1613 Pre: COS1511 & MAT1503 or APM1513 & MAT1512 Pre: COS1511 or MAT1512 or MAT1503

Pre: Any 2 APM or MAT modules on second level Pre: Any 2 APM or MAT modules on second level Pre: Any 2 APM or MAT modules on second level Pre: Any 2 APM or MAT modules on second level

Pre: NSC MATHS with a rating of 5 & Physical Science with a rating of 4 or MAT1510 or MAT0511 with 75% Pre: NSC MATHS with a rating of 5 or MAT1510 or MAT0511 with 75% Pre: NSC MATHS with a rating of 5 or MAT1510 or MAT0511 with 75% Pre: MAT1512 & PHY1501 Pre: NSC MATHS with a rating of 4 or MAT1510 or MAT0511 with 75% Pre: NSC MATHS with a rating of 4 or MAT1510 or MAT0511 with 75% Astronomy Refer to my Modules..

Applied Mathematics Refer to my Modules.

APM1513 Applied Linear Algebra APM1514 Mathematical Modelling APM1612 Mechanics 2 DSC1510 Introduction to the Business World DSC1630 Introductory Financial Mathematics

Computer Science

Refer to my Modules..

Astronomy

Refer to my Modules.

Mathematics

Refer to my Modules..

Computer Science

Refer to my Modules.

Statistics

Refer to my Modules..

Statistics

Refer to my Modules.

Astronomy Computer Science Operations Research Physics Statistics

Rules

From 2010 no new registrations will be allowed for this stream. Students have until the end of 2015 to complete the qualification, after which students will be transferred to the BSc General degree.

51

Qualification

02089 - MES

360

First Level

Compulsory. CSS101H - Comprehension Skills for Science (Comprehension Skills for Science 101) DSC1630 - Introductory Financial Mathematics EUP1501 - End-User Computing (Practical) GGH1501 - Know Your World: Introduction to Geography GGH1502 - World Issues: A Geographical Perspective INF1505 - Introduction to Business Information Systems MAT1503 - Linear Algebra

Pre/Co-requisites

Second Level

Compulsory. GGH2603 - The Interpretation of Maps, Aerial Photographs and Satellite Images

Pre/Co-requisites

Third Level

Compulsory. GGH301W - State of the Environment in Southern Africa GGH302X - Spatial Economic Development (Geography 302)

Pre/Co-requisites

GGH2604 - People and the Natural Environment: Use and Impact (Geography) MAT2611 - Linear Algebra Pre: MAT1503

GGH303Y - Introduction to Geographical Information Systems (Geography 303) GGH3054 - Environmental Evaluation and Impact Assessment STA3701 - Applied Statistics III STA3702 - Statistical Inference III STA3703 - Distribution Theory III Choose 1 from the following. STA3704 - Time Series III Pre: STA2604 Pre: STA2601; Co: MAT2611 & STA3703 Pre: STA2603 or (STA2602 & STA2610) Pre: (STA2603 & MAT2615 ) or (STA2603 & STA2610)

MAT2615 - Calculus in Higher Dimensions STA2601 - Applied Statistics II STA2602 - Statistical Inference II Pre: NSC MATHS with a rating of 5 or MAT1510 or MAT0511 with 75% STA2603 - Distribution Theory II STA2604 - Forecasting II Pre: NSC MATHS with a rating of 5 or MAT1510 or MAT0511 with 75% Co: MAT1512 Choose 1 from the following.

Pre: STA1501 &STA1502 Pre: STA1502; Co: STA1503 STA2610 Pre: (STA1502 & DSC1620) or (STA1503 & MAT1512) Pre: STA1501 & STA1502

MAT1613 - Calculus B (Mathematics) STA1501 - Descriptive Statistics and Probability STA1502 - Statistical Inference 1 STA1503 - Distribution Theory I

GGH2601 - The African Challenge: People and Environment GGH2602 - The Geography of Services Provision

Pre: STA2601

Co: STA1501

Rules

From 2010 no new registrations will be allowed for this stream. Students have until the end of 2015 to complete the qualification, after which students will be transferred to the BSc General degree.

52

Qualification

02089 - MFI

First Level

Compulsory. APM1514 - Mathematical Modelling COS1511 - Introduction to Programming 1 DSC1510 - Introduction to the Business World DSC1630 - Introductory Financial Mathematics ECS1501 - Economics 1a ECS1601 - Economics 1b IOP1501 - Psychological Processes in Work Context MAT1503 - Linear Algebra

360

Pre/Co-requisites

Pre: NSC MATHS with a rating of 5 or MAT1510 or MAT0511 with 75% Co: EUP1501 Pre: NSC MATHS with a rating of 4 or MAT1510 or MAT0511 with 75% Pre: NSC MATHS with a rating of 4 or MAT1510 or MAT0511 with 75%

Second Level

Compulsory. APM2611 - Differential Equations COS2633 - Numerical Methods I DSC2601 - Mathematical Programming DSC2602 - Rational Decision Making DSC2604 - Financial Modelling

Pre/Co-requisites

Pre: MAT1512 & MAT1613

Third Level

Compulsory. APM3701 - Partial Differential Equations APM3711 - Numerical Methods 2 DSC3702 - Optimisation of Resources DSC3703 - Simulation

Pre/Co-requisites

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

Pre: COS1511 or MAT1512 or MAT1503 Pre: DSC1510, DSC1630 & any two of MAT1512, MAT1613, MAT1503 Pre: DSC1510 & DSC1630

Pre: DSC1510 & DSC1630 Pre: ECS1601 Pre: MAT1503 Pre: STA1501 &STA1502

DSC3704 - Models for Strategic Decision-Making DSC3705 - Financial Risk Modelling IOP311V - Investor Psychology MAT3706 - Ordinary Differential Equations

MAT1613 - Calculus B (Mathematics) STA1501 - Descriptive Statistics and Probability STA1502 - Statistical Inference 1

Co: STA1501

Rules

From 2010 no new registrations will be allowed for this stream. Students have until the end of 2015 to complete the qualification, after which students will be transferred to the BSc General degree.

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First Level Compulsory

CSS101H Comprehension Skills for Science (Comprehension Skills for Science 101) EUP1501 End-User Computing (Practical) MAT1503 Linear Algebra (Mathematics) MAT1510 Precalculus Mathematics A MAT1512 Calculus A

02089 MMA

6 360

Pre/Co-requisites

MAT2611 Linear Algebra

Pre/Co-requisites

Pre/Co-requisites

Pre: MAT1503

MAT2613 Real Analysis Pre: NSC MATHS with a rating of 5 or MAT1510 or MAT0511 with 75%

Pre: MAT2611 or MAT211R Pre: Any 2 APM or MAT modules on second level Pre: MAT2613 or MAT2615 Pre: Any 2 APM or MAT modules on second level Pre: Any 2 APM or MAT modules on second level Pre: Any 2 APM or MAT modules on second level

APM2611 Differential Equations Pre: MAT1512 & MAT1613 Pre: MAT1503 & MAT1512 & MAT1613 Pre: DSC1510, DSC1630 & any two of MAT1512, MAT1613, MAT1503 Pre: COS1501 or MAT1512 or MAT1613 or MAT1503 Pre: MAT1503 & MAT1512

MAT3705 Complex Analysis MAT3706 Ordinary Differential Equations MAT3707 Dicrete Mathematics: Combinatorics MAT3711 Real Analysis

Pre: NSC MATHS with a rating of 5 or MAT1510 or MAT0511 with 75% Co: MAT1512

Applied Mathematics Astronomy Computer Science Operations Research Physics Statistics Refer to my Modules. Refer to my Modules. Refer to my Modules. Refer to my Modules. Refer to my Modules. Refer to my Modules.

Applied Mathematics Astronomy Computer Science Operations Research Physics Statistics Refer to my Modules. Refer to my Modules. Refer to my Modules. Refer to my Modules. Refer to my Modules. Refer to my Modules.

Applied Mathematics Astronomy Computer Science Operations Research Physics Statistics Refer to my Modules. Refer to my Modules. Refer to my Modules. Refer to my Modules. Refer to my Modules. Refer to my Modules.

From 2010 no new registrations will be allowed for this stream. Students have until the end of 2015 to complete the qualification, after which students will be transferred to the BSc General degree.

54

Qualification

02089 - MMM

360

First Level

Compulsory. APM1513 - Applied Linear Algebra APM1514 - Mathematical Modelling COS1511 - Introduction to Programming 1 CSS101H - Comprehension Skills for Science (Comprehension Skills for Science 101) DSC1510 - Introduction to the Business World DSC1630 - Introductory Financial Mathematics EUP1501 - End-User Computing (Practical) MAT1503 - Linear Algebra

Pre/Co-requisites

Pre: NSC MATHS with a rating of 5 or MAT1510 or MAT0511 with 75% Pre: NSC MATHS with a rating of 5 or MAT1510 or MAT0511 with 75% Co: EUP1501

Second Level

Compulsory. APM2611 - Differential Equations COS2633 - Numerical Methods I DSC2601 - Mathematical Programming DSC2602 - Rational Decision Making

Pre/Co-requisites

Pre: MAT1512 & MAT1613

Third Level

Compulsory. APM3701 - Partial Differential Equations APM3711 - Numerical Methods 2 DSC3702 - Optimisation of Resources DSC3703 - Simulation

Pre/Co-requisites

Pre: Any 2 APM or MAT modules on second level Pre: COS2633

Pre: COS1511 or MAT1512 or MAT1503 Pre: DSC1510, DSC1630 & any two of MAT1512, MAT1613, MAT1503 Pre: DSC1510 & DSC1630

Pre: DSC2602 & DSC2601 or DSC2605, DSC2606 Pre: DSC2602 & DSC2601 or DSC2605, DSC2606

Pre: NSC MATHS with a rating of 4 or MAT1510 or MAT0511 with 75% Pre: NSC MATHS with a rating of 4 or MAT1510 or MAT0511 with 75%

DSC3704 - Models for Strategic Decision-Making DSC3705 - Financial Risk Modelling DSC3706 - Selected Topics for Operations Research MAT3706 - Ordinary Differential Equations MAT3707 - Discrete Mathematics: Combinatorics

Pre: DSC2602 & DSC2601 or DSC2605, DSC2606 Pre: DSC2602 & DSC2601 or DSC2605, DSC2606 Pre: DSC2602 & DSC2601 or DSC2605, DSC2606 Pre: Any 2 APM or MAT modules on second level Pre: Any 2 APM or MAT modules on second level

Pre: MAT1503

MAT2612 - Introduction to Discrete Mathematics Pre: NSC MATHS with a rating of 5 or MAT1510 or MAT0511 with 75% STA2603 - Distribution Theory II

Pre: COS1501 or MAT1512 or MAT1613 or MAT1503 Pre: (STA1502 & DSC1620) or (STA1503 & MAT1512)

MAT1613 - Calculus B (Mathematics) STA1501 - Descriptive Statistics and Probability STA1502 - Statistical Inference 1

Co: STA1501

From 2010 no new registrations will be allowed for this stream. Students have until the end of 2015 to complete the qualification, after which students will be transferred to the BSc General degree.

55

Qualification

02089 - MMS

360

First Level

Compulsory. APM1513 - Applied Linear Algebra COS1511 - Introduction to Programming 1 COS1512 - Introduction to Programming 2

Pre/Co-requisites

Pre: NSC MATHS with a rating of 5 or MAT1510 or MAT0511 with 75% Co: EUP1501 Co: COS1511. STUDENTS are recommended to complete COS1511 before registering for COS1512

Second Level

Compulsory. MAT2611 - Linear Algebra

Pre/Co-requisites

Pre: MAT1503

Third Level

Compulsory. MAT3701 - Linear Algebra

Pre/Co-requisites

Pre: MAT2611 or MAT211R

CSS101H - Comprehension Skills for Science (Comprehension Skills for Science 101) DSC1630 - Introductory Financial Mathematics EUP1501 - End-User Computing (Practical) MAT1503 - Linear Algebra Pre: NSC MATHS with a rating of 5 or MAT1510 or MAT0511 with 75% Pre: NSC MATHS with a rating of 4 or MAT1510 or MAT0511 with 75%

Pre: STA1502; Co: STA1503 STA2610 Pre: (STA1502 & DSC1620) or (STA1503 & MAT1512) Pre: STA1501 & STA1502

STA3703 - Distribution Theory III STA3704 - Time Series III STA3705 - Sampling Techniques

Pre: (STA2603 & MAT2615 ) or (STA2603 & STA2610) Pre: STA2604 Pre: STA2601

APM2611 - Differential Equations COS2633 - Numerical Methods I MAT2612 - Introduction to Discrete Mathematics Co: STA1501 Co: STA1501 & STA1502 & (MAT1503 or DSC1620) Pre: MAT1512 & MAT1613

MAT3702 - Algebra Pre: Any 2 APM or MAT modules on second level Pre: Any 2 APM or MAT modules on second level

From 2010 no new registrations will be allowed for this stream. Students have until the end of 2015 to complete the qualification, after which students will be transferred to the BSc General degree.

56

Qualification

Bachelor of Science Mathematical and Statistical Science: Statistical Decision Science Stream

02089 - MSD

360

First Level

Compulsory. COS1511 - Introduction to Programming 1 COS1512 - Introduction to Programming 2

Pre/Co-requisites

Co: EUP1501 Co: COS1511. STUDENTS are recommended to complete COS1511 before registering for COS1512

Second Level

Compulsory. COS2611 - Programming: Data Structures COS2614 - Programming: Contemporary Concepts

Pre/Co-requisites

Pre: COS1512 Pre: COS1512

Third Level

Compulsory. DSC3702 - Optimisation of Resources DSC3703 - Simulation

Pre/Co-requisites

Pre: DSC2602 & DSC2601 or DSC2605, DSC2606 Pre: DSC2602 & DSC2601 or DSC2605, DSC2606

COS1521 - Computer Systems: Fundamental Concepts DSC1510 - Introduction to the Business World DSC1630 - Introductory Financial Mathematics MAT1503 - Linear Algebra Pre: NSC MATHS with a rating of 4 or MAT1510 or MAT0511 with 75% Pre: NSC MATHS with a rating of 4 or MAT1510 or MAT0511 with 75% Pre: NSC MATHS with a rating of 5 or MAT1510 or MAT0511 with 75% Pre: NSC MATHS with a rating of 5 or MAT1510 or MAT0511 with 75%

DSC2601 - Mathematical Programming DSC2602 - Rational Decision Making DSC2604 - Financial Modelling ICT2621 - Structured Systems Analysis and Design STA2601 - Applied Statistics II STA2602 - Statistical Inference II Co: STA1501 STA2603 - Distribution Theory II STA2604 - Forecasting II STA3710 - Mathematical Techniques in Statistics

Pre: DSC1510, DSC1630 & any two of MAT1512, MAT1613, MAT1503 Pre: DSC1510 & DSC1630

DSC3704 - Models for Strategic Decision-Making DSC3705 - Financial Risk Modelling INF3703 - Databases 2

Pre: DSC2602 & DSC2601 or DSC2605, DSC2606 Pre: DSC2602 & DSC2601 or DSC2605, DSC2606 Pre: COS2611 or ICT2622

INF3707 - Database Design and Implementation STA3701 - Applied Statistics III STA3702 - Statistical Inference III STA3703 - Distribution Theory III STA3704 - Time Series III

MAT1512 - Calculus A

Pre: STA1502; Co: STA1503 STA2610 Pre: (STA1502 & DSC1620) or (STA1503 & MAT1512) Pre: STA1501 & STA1502 Pre: STA2603 or STA2610

Pre: STA2603 or (STA2602 & STA2610) Pre: (STA2603 & MAT2615 ) or (STA2603 & STA2610) Pre: STA2604

From 2010 no new registrations will be allowed for this stream. Students have until the end of 2015 to complete the qualification, after which students will be transferred to the BSc General degree.

57

Qualification

Bachelor of Science Mathematical and Statistical Science: Statistics for Management Stream

02089 - MSM

360

First Level Compulsory. CSS101H Comprehension Skills for Science (Comprehension Skills for Science 101) DSC1510 - Introduction to the Business World DSC1630 - Introductory Financial Mathematics ECS1501 - Economics 1a EUP1501 - End-User Computing (Practical) INF1505 - Introduction to Business Information Systems MAT1503 - Linear Algebra MAT1511 - Precalculus Mathematics B MAT1512 - Calculus A

Pre/Co-requisites

Second Level

Compulsory. DSC2601 - Mathematical Programming

Pre/Co-requisites

Pre: DSC1510, DSC1630 & any two of MAT1512, MAT1613, MAT1503 Pre: DSC1510 & DSC1630

Third Level

Compulsory. DSC3703 - Simulation

Pre/Co-requisites

Pre: DSC2602 & DSC2601 or DSC2605, DSC2606

Pre: NSC MATHS with a DSC2602 - Rational rating of 4 or MAT1510 or Decision Making MAT0511 with 75% Pre: NSC MATHS with a DSC2604 - Financial rating of 4 or MAT1510 or Modelling MAT0511 with 75%

MAT2611 - Linear Algebra MAT2615 - Calculus in Higher Dimensions STA2601 - Applied Statistics II

DSC3705 - Financial Risk Modelling DSC3706 - Selected Topics for Operations Research STA3701 - Applied Statistics III STA3702 - Statistical Inference III STA3703 - Distribution Theory III Choose 2 from the following.

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

Pre: NSC MATHS with a STA2602 - Statistical rating of 5 or MAT1510 or Inference II MAT0511 with 75%

STA2603 - Distribution Theory II

Pre: (STA1502 & DSC1620) or (STA1503 & MAT1512) Pre: STA1501 & STA1502

DSC3702 - Optimisation of Resources DSC3704 - Models for Strategic Decision-Making STA3704 - Time Series III STA3705 - Sampling Techniques

Pre: DSC2602 & DSC2601 or DSC2605, DSC2606 Pre: DSC2602 & DSC2601 or DSC2605, DSC2606 Pre: STA2604 Pre: STA2601

Pre: NSC MATHS with a STA2604 - Forecasting II rating of 5 or MAT1510 or MAT0511 with 75% Co: MAT1512

From 2010 no new registrations will be allowed for this stream. Students have until the end of 2015 to complete the qualification, after which students will be transferred to the BSc General degree.

58

98801 - MAM

7 360

NSC (Degree) with Mathematics & English passed with a rating of 4 OR matriculation exemption with at least E(40%) for Higher Grade Mathematics & English or at least D(50%) for Standard Grade Mathematics and English.

First Level

Group A. Compulsory APM1513 - Applied Linear Algebra APM1514 - Mathematical Modelling COS1501 - Theoretical Computer Science 1 COS1511 - Introduction to Programming 1 MAT1503 - Linear Algebra

Pre/Co-requisites

Pre: NSC Maths with a rating of 5 or MAT1510 or MAT0511 with 75% Pre: NSC Maths with a rating of 5 or MAT1510 or MAT0511 with 75%

Second Level

Group A. Compulsory APM2611 - Differential Equations APM2614 - Applied Dynamical Systems APM2616 - Computer Algebra COS2601 - Theoretical Computer Science 2

Pre/Co-requisites

Pre: MAT1512 & MAT1613

Third Level

Group A. Compulsory APM3701 - Partial Differential Equations APM3711 - Numerical Methods 2 APM3712 - Mechanics and Calculus of Variations APM3713 - Special Relativity and Riemannian Geometry MAT3701 - Linear Algebra

Pre/Co-requisites

Pre: Any 2 APM or MAT modules on second level Pre: Any 2 APM or MAT modules on second level Pre: Any 2 APM or MAT modules on second level Pre: Any 2 APM or MAT modules on second level Pre: MAT2611

Pre: MAT1503, MAT1512, MAT1613 & APM1513 Pre: MAT1503, MAT1512, MAT1613 & APM1513 Pre: COS1501

Pre: NSC Maths with a rating of 5 or MAT1510 or MAT0511 with 75% Pre: NSC Maths with a rating of 5 or MAT1510 or MAT0511 with 75% Pre: NSC Maths with a rating of 5 & Physical Science with a rating of 4 or MAT1510 or MAT0511 with 75%; Co: MAT1512

MAT1512 - Calculus A

MAT3702 - Algebra

Pre: Any 2 APM or MAT modules on second level Pre: MAT2613 or MAT2615

Pre: MAT1503

MAT2612 - Introduction to Discrete Mathematics MAT2613 - Real Analysis MAT2615 - Calculus in Higher Dimensions PHY2601 - Classical Mechanics PLS2601 - Critical Reasoning PLS2607 - Philosophy of Science

Pre: COS1501 or MAT1512 or MAT1613 or MAT1503 Pre: MAT1512 & MAT1613 Pre: MAT1503 & MAT1512 Pre: PHY1505, MAT1503 & MAT1512

MAT3706 - Ordinary Differential Equations MAT3707 - Discrete Mathematics: Combinatorics MAT3711 - Real Analysis

Pre: Any 2 APM or MAT modules on second level Pre: Any 2 APM or MAT modules on second level Pre: Any 2 APM or MAT modules on second level

59

98801 - MIS

7 360

NSC (Degree) with Mathematics & English passed with a rating of 4 OR matriculation exemption with at least E(40%) for Higher Grade Mathematics & English or at least D(50%) for Standard Grade Mathematics and English.

First Level

Group A. Compulsory COS1501 - Theoretical Computer Science 1 EUP1501 - End-User Computing (Practical) INF1505 - Introduction to Business Information Systems INF1511 - Visual Programming 1 INF1520 - Human-Computer Interaction I MAT1503 - Linear Algebra

Pre/Co-requisites

Second Level

Group A. Compulsory APM2611 - Differential Equations COS2601 - Theoretical Computer Science 2 COS2626 - Computer Networks I ICT2621 - Structured Systems Analysis and Design ICT2622 - Object-Oriented Analysis

Pre/Co-requisites

Pre: MAT1512 & MAT1613 Pre: COS1501

Third Level

Group A. Compulsory INF3703 - Databases 2 INF3705 - Advanced Systems Development (Information Systems) INF3707 - Database Design and Implementation

Pre/Co-requisites

Pre: ICT2622 Pre: ICT2621 & ICT2622

Pre: INF2603

INF3708 - Software Project Management INF3720 - Human-Computer Interaction 2 MAT3701 - Linear Algebra Co: INF1520 Pre: MAT2611

Pre: NSC Maths with a rating of 5 or MAT1510 or MAT0511 with 75% Pre: NSC Maths with a rating of 5 or MAT1510 or MAT0511 with 75%

INF2611 - Visual Programming 2 MAT1613 - Calculus B (Mathematics) MAT2611 - Linear Algebra MAT2612 - Introduction to Discrete Mathematics MAT2613 - Real Analysis MAT2615 - Calculus in Higher Dimensions PLS2601 - Critical Reasoning PLS2607 - Philosophy of Science

MAT1512 - Calculus A

Co: MAT1512

MAT3705 - Complex Analysis MAT3706 - Ordinary Differential Equations MAT3707 - Discrete Mathematics: Combinatorics MAT3711 - Real Analysis

Pre: MAT1503 Pre: COS1501 or MAT1512 or MAT1503 or MAT1613 Pre: MAT1512 & MAT1613 Pre: MAT1503 & MAT1512

Pre: Any 2 APM or MAT modules on second level Pre: Any 2 APM or MAT modules on second level Pre: Any 2 APM or MAT modules on second level

60

98801 - AMC

7 360

NSC (Degree) with Mathematics & English passed with a rating of 4 OR matriculation exemption with at least E(40%) for Higher Grade Mathematics & English or at least D(50%) for Standard Grade Mathematics and English. Second Level

Group A. Compulsory APM2611 - Differential Equations APM2614 - Applied Dynamical Systems APM2616 - Computer Algebra COS2601 - Theoretical Computer Science 2

First Level

Group A. Compulsory APM1513 - Applied Linear Algebra APM1514 - Mathematical Modelling COS1501 - Theoretical Computer Science 1 COS1511 - Introduction to Programming 1 COS1512 - Introduction to Programming 2 COS1521 - Computer Systems: Fundamental Concepts MAT1503 - Linear Algebra

Pre/Co-requisites

Pre: NSC Maths with a rating of 5 or MAT1510 or MAT0511 with 75% Pre: NSC Maths with a rating of 5 or MAT1510 or MAT0511 with 75%

Pre/Co-requisites

Pre: MAT1512 & MAT1613

Third Level

Group A. Compulsory APM3711 - Numerical Methods 2 APM3712 - Mechanics and Calculus of Variations APM3713 - Special Relativity and Riemannian Geometry COS3701 - Theoretical Computer Science 3 COS3711 - Advanced Programming COS3721 - Operating Systems and Architecture COS3751 - Techniques of Artificial Intelligence (Computer Science) COS3761 - Formal Logic 3 (Computer Science) MAT3706 - Ordinary Differential Equations MAT3707 - Discrete Mathematics: Combinatorics

Pre/Co-requisites

Pre: COS2633

Pre: MAT1503, MAT1512, MAT1613 & APM1513 Pre: MAT1503, MAT1512, MAT1613 & APM1513 Pre: COS1501 Pre: COS1512 Pre: COS1512

Pre: Any 2 APM or MAT modules on second level Pre: Any 2 APM or MAT modules on second level Pre: COS2611 & COS2614 Pre: COS2621 Pre: COS2611

Co: COS1511

Pre: NSC Maths with a rating of 5 or MAT1510 or MAT0511 with 75% Pre: NSC Maths with a rating of 5 or MAT1510 or MAT0511 with 75%

COS2621 - Computer Organisation COS2633 - Numerical Methods I MAT1613 - Calculus B (Mathematics) MAT2612 - Introduction to Discrete Mathematics MAT2615 - Calculus in Higher Dimensions PLS2607 - Philosophy of Science

MAT1512 - Calculus A

Pre: COS1511, MAT1512 & MAT1503 Co: MAT1512 Pre: COS1501 or MAT1512 or MAT1613 or MAT1503 Pre: MAT1503 & MAT1512

Pre: Any 2 APM or MAT modules on second level Pre: Any 2 APM or MAT modules on second level

Rules

Students who want to register for Computing as a major should: (a) have access to an Internet Cafe or a Unisa Regional Learning Centre or other Internet facilities. After registration, access to myUnisa on a regular basis is compulsory. (b) have passed Computer Application Technology or Information Technology with a rating of 4 (new NSC) or passed Computer Studies (NSC) or hold an Industry Standard qualification such as the ICDL in Computer Literacy. Students who do not satisfy this requirement, must pass EUP1501 BEFORE they may register for COS1511 or INF1511.

61

98801 - MCS

7 360

NSC (Degree) with Mathematics & English passed with a rating of 4 OR matriculation exemption with at least E(40%) for Higher Grade Mathematics & English or at least D(50%) for Standard Grade Mathematics and English. Second Level

Group A. Compulsory APM2611 - Differential Equations COS2601 - Theoretical Computer Science 2 Pre: MAT1512 & MAT1613 Pre: COS1501 Pre: COS1512 Pre: COS1512

First Level

Group A. Compulsory COS1501 - Theoretical Computer Science 1 COS1511 - Introduction to Programming 1 COS1512 - Introduction to Programming 2 COS1521 - Computer Systems: Fundamental Concepts MAT1503 - Linear Algebra

Pre/Co-requisites

Pre/Co-requisites

Third Level

Group A. Compulsory APM3711 - Numerical Methods 2 COS3701 - Theoretical Computer Science 3 COS3711 - Advanced Programming COS3721 - Operating Systems and Architecture COS3761 - Formal Logic 3 (Computer Science) MAT3701 - Linear Algebra

Pre/Co-requisites

Pre: COS2633 Pre: COS2601 Pre: COS2611 & COS2614 Pre: COS2621

Co: COS1511

Pre: NSC Maths with a rating of 5 or MAT1510 or MAT0511 with 75% Pre: NSC Maths with a rating of 5 or MAT1510 or MAT0511 with 75%

COS2621 - Computer Organisation COS2633 - Numerical Methods I COS2661 - Formal Logic 2 MAT1613 - Calculus B (Mathematics) MAT2611 - Linear Algebra MAT2612 - Introduction to Discrete Mathematics MAT2613 - Real Analysis MAT2615 - Calculus in Higher Dimensions PLS2601 - Critical Reasoning PLS2607 - Philosophy of Science

Pre: COS2661

MAT1512 - Calculus A

Pre: COS1511 or MAT1512 or MAT1503 Pre: COS1501 Co: MAT1512 Pre: MAT1503 Pre: COS1501 or MAT1512 or MAT1503 or MAT1613 Pre: MAT1512 & MAT1613 Pre: MAT1503 & MAT1512

Pre: MAT2611

MAT3705 - Complex Analysis MAT3706 - Ordinary Differential Equations MAT3707 - Discrete Mathematics: Combinatorics MAT3711 - Real Analysis

Pre: MAT2613 or MAT2615 Pre: Any 2 APM or MAT modules on second level Pre: Any 2 APM or MAT modules on second level Pre: Any 2 APM or MAT modules on second level

Rules

Students who want to register for Computing as a major should: (a) have access to an Internet Cafe or a Unisa Regional Learning Centre or other Internet facilities. After registration, access to myUnisa on a regular basis is compulsory. (b) have passed Computer Application Technology or Information Technology with a rating of 4 (new NSC) or passed Computer Studies (NSC) or hold an Industry Standard qualification such as the ICDL in Computer Literacy. Students who do not satisfy this requirement, must pass EUP1501 BEFORE they may register for COS1511 or INF1511.

62

98801 - AMP

7 360

NSC (Degree) with Mathematics & English passed with a rating of 4 OR matriculation exemption with at least E(40%) for Higher Grade Mathematics & English or at least D(50%) for Standard Grade Mathematics and English. Second Level

Group A. Compulsory APM1612 - Mechanics 2

First Level

Group A. Compulsory APM1513 - Applied Linear Algebra APM1514 - Mathematical Modelling COS1511 - Introduction to Programming 1 MAT1503 - Linear Algebra

Pre/Co-requisites

Pre: NSC Maths with a rating of 5 or MAT1510 or MAT0511 with 75% Pre: NSC Maths with a rating of 5 or MAT1510 or MAT0511 with 75%

Pre/Co-requisites

Pre: MAT1512 & PHY1505

Third Level

Group A. Compulsory APM3701 - Partial Differential Equations APM3711 - Numerical Methods 2 APM3712 - Mechanics and Calculus of Variations APM3713 - Special Relativity and Riemannian Geometry MAT3706 - Ordinary Differential Equations PHY3702 - Quantum Physics PHY3703 - Statistical and Thermal Physics

Pre/Co-requisites

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

Pre: APM1514, MAT1503, MAT1512 & MAT1613 Pre: COS1511, MAT1512 & MAT1503 Co: MAT1512

Pre: NSC Maths with a rating of 5 or MAT1510 or MAT0511 with 75% Pre: NSC Maths with a rating of 5 or MAT1510 or MAT0511 with 75% Co: PHY1505 & PHY1506

MAT1512 - Calculus A

Pre: MAT1503

Pre: NSC Maths with a rating of 5 & Physical Science with a rating of 4 or MAT1510 or MAT0511 with 75% Pre: NSC Maths with a rating of 5 & Physical Science with a rating of 4 or MAT1510 or MAT0511 with 75%

Co: PHY1505

PHY2601 - Classical Mechanics PHY2602 - Electricity and Magnetism (Physics) PHY2604 - Physics Practical Work 2

Pre: PHY1505, MAT1503 & MAT1512 Pre: PHY1506, MAT1503 & MAT1512 Pre: PHY1505, PHY1506, MAT1503 & MAT1512; Co: PHY2601, PHY2602 & PHY2606 Pre: PHY1503, PHY1505, PHY1506, MAT1503 & MAT1512

PHY3708 - Atomic and Nuclear Physics Group B. Choose 1 from the following PHY3706 - Physics Practical Work 3

Pre: PHY2604

Co: APM2611

63

98801 - MAP

7 360

NSC (Degree) with Mathematics & English passed with a rating of 4 OR matriculation exemption with at least E(40%) for Higher Grade Mathematics & English or at least D(50%) for Standard Grade Mathematics and English. Second Level

Group A. Compulsory APM2611 - Differential Equations COS2633 - Numerical Methods I

First Level

Group A. Compulsory COS1511 - Introduction to Programming 1 EUP1501 - End-User Computing (Practical) MAT1503 - Linear Algebra

Pre/Co-requisites

Co: EUP1501

Pre/Co-requisites

Pre: MAT1512 & MAT1613 Pre: COS1511 or MAT1512 or MAT1503 Co: MAT1512

Third Level

Group A. Compulsory APM3701 - Partial Differential Equations APM3711 - Numerical Methods 2 MAT3701 - Linear Algebra

Pre/Co-requisites

Pre: Any 2 APM or MAT modules on second level Pre: Any 2 APM or MAT modules on second level Pre: MAT2611

Pre: NSC Maths with a rating of 5 or MAT1510 or MAT0511 with 75% Pre: NSC Maths with a rating of 5 or MAT1510 or MAT0511 with 75% Pre: PHY1505 & PHY1506 Pre: NSC Maths with a rating of 5 & Physical Science with a rating of 4 or MAT1510 or MAT0511 with 75% Pre: NSC Maths with a rating of 5 & Physical Science with a rating of 4 or MAT1510 or MAT0511 with 75%

MAT1512 - Calculus A

Pre: MAT1503

MAT3705 - Complex Analysis MAT3706 - Ordinary Differential Equations PHY3702 - Quantum Physics

Pre: Any 2 APM or MAT modules on second level Pre: APM2611, MAT2611, PHY1604, PHY2601 & PHY2602

PHY1604 - Modern Physics PHY2601 - Classical Mechanics PHY2602 - Electricity and Magnetism (Physics) PHY2606 - Waves (Physics)

Co: PHY1505 Pre: PHY1505, MAT1503 & MAT1512 Pre: PHY1506, MAT1503 & MAT1512 Pre: PHY1503, PHY1505, PHY1506, MAT1503 & MAT1512

PHY3707 - Solid State Physics PHY3708 - Atomic and Nuclear Physics PHY3709 - Computational Physics

Pre: PHY2606; Co: PHY3702 Pre: PHY2606; Co: PHY3702 Co: APM2611

64

98801 - STP

7 360

NSC (Degree) with Mathematics & English passed with a rating of 4 OR matriculation exemption with at least E(40%) for Higher Grade Mathematics & English or at least D(50%) for Standard Grade Mathematics and English. Second Level

Group A. Compulsory APM2611 - Differential Equations MAT1613 - Calculus B (Mathematics) MAT2611 - Linear Algebra MAT2615 - Calculus in Higher Dimensions

First Level

Group A. Compulsory MAT1503 - Linear Algebra

Pre/Co-requisites

Pre: NSC Maths with a rating of 5 or MAT1510 or MAT0511 with 75% Pre: NSC Maths with a rating of 5 or MAT1510 or MAT0511 with 75% Co: PHY1505 & PHY1506 Pre: NSC Maths with a rating of 5 & Physical Science with a rating of 4 or MAT1510 or MAT0511 with 75% Pre: NSC Maths with a rating of 5 & Physical Science with a rating of 4 or MAT1510 or MAT0511 with 75%

Pre/Co-requisites

Pre: MAT1512 & MAT1613

Third Level

Group A. Compulsory PHY3702 - Quantum Physics PHY3703 - Statistical and Thermal Physics PHY3707 - Solid State Physics PHY3708 - Atomic and Nuclear Physics

Pre/Co-requisites

Pre: APM2611, MAT2611, PHY1604, PHY2601 & PHY2602 Pre: PHY2606; Co: PHY3702 Pre: PHY2606; Co: PHY3702 Pre: PHY2606; Co: PHY3702

MAT1512 - Calculus A

Co: MAT1512

Co: PHY1505

Co: APM2611

STA1501 - Descriptive Statistics and Probability STA1502 - Statistical Inference 1 STA1503 - Distribution Theory I Co: STA1501 Co: STA1501, STA1502 & MAT1503

PHY2601 - Classical Mechanics PHY2602 - Electricity and Magnetism (Physics) PHY2606 - Waves (Physics)

Pre: PHY1505, MAT1503 & MAT1512 Pre: PHY1506, MAT1503 & MAT1512 Pre: PHY1503, PHY1505, PHY1506, MAT1503 & MAT1512 Pre: STA1501 & STA1502 Pre: STA1502; Co: STA1503 Pre: STA1503 & MAT1512 Pre: STA1501 & STA1502

STA3701 - Applied Statistics III STA3702 - Statistical Inference III STA3703 - Distribution Theory III STA3704 - Time Series III STA3710 - Mathematical Techniques in Statistics

Pre: STA2601; Co: MAT2611 & STA3703 Pre: STA2603 Pre: STA2603 & MAT2615

STA2601 - Applied Statistics II STA2602 - Statistical Inference II STA2603 - Distribution Theory II STA2604 - Forecasting II

65

98801 - AMS

7 360

NSC (Degree) with Mathematics & English passed with a rating of 4 OR matriculation exemption with at least E(40%) for Higher Grade Mathematics & English or at least D(50%) for Standard Grade Mathematics and English. Second Level

Group A. Compulsory APM2611 - Differential Equations APM2614 - Applied Dynamical Systems APM2616 - Computer Algebra

First Level

Group A. Compulsory APM1513 - Applied Linear Algebra APM1514 - Mathematical Modelling COS1511 - Introduction to Programming 1 MAT1503 - Linear Algebra

Pre: NSC Maths with a rating of 5 or MAT1510 or MAT0511 with 75% Pre: NSC Maths with a rating of 5 or MAT1510 or MAT0511 with 75%

Pre/Co-requisites

Pre: MAT1512 & MAT1613

Third Level

Group A. Compulsory APM3701 - Partial Differential Equations APM3711 - Numerical Methods 2 APM3712 - Mechanics and Calculus of Variations APM3713 - Special Relativity and Riemannian Geometry MAT3706 - Ordinary Differential Equations STA3701 - Applied Statistics III STA3702 - Statistical Inference III STA3703 - Distribution Theory III

Pre/Co-requisites

Pre: Any 2 APM or MAT modules on second level Pre: COS2338

Pre: MAT1503, MAT1512, MAT1613 & APM1513 Pre: MAT1503, MAT1512, MAT1613 & APM1513 Pre: COS1511, MAT1512 & MAT1503 Co: MAT1512

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

MAT1512 - Calculus A

STA1501 - Descriptive Statistics and Probability STA1502 - Statistical Inference 1 STA1503 - Distribution Theory I Co: STA1501 Co: STA1501, STA1502 & MAT1503

MAT2615 - Calculus in Higher Dimensions PLS2607 - Philosophy of Science STA2601 - Applied Statistics II STA2602 - Statistical Inference II STA2603 - Distribution Theory II STA2604 - Forecasting II

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

66

98801 - MAS

7 360

NSC (Degree) with Mathematics & English passed with a rating of 4 OR matriculation exemption with at least E(40%) for Higher Grade Mathematics & English or at least D(50%) for Standard Grade Mathematics and English.

First Level

Group A. Compulsory COS1501 - Theoretical Computer Science 1 EUP1501 - End-User Computing (Practical) MAT1503 - Linear Algebra

Pre/Co-requisites

Second Level

Group A. Compulsory APM2611 - Differential Equations COS2601 - Theoretical Computer Science 2

Pre/Co-requisites

Pre: MAT1512 & MAT1613 Pre: COS1501 Co: MAT1512

Third Level

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

Pre/Co-requisites

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

MAT1512 - Calculus A

Pre: MAT1503

STA1501 - Descriptive Statistics and Probability STA1502 - Statistical Inference 1 STA1503 - Distribution Theory I Co: STA1501 Co: STA1501, STA1502 & MAT1503

MAT2612 - Introduction to Discrete Mathematics MAT2613 - Real Analysis MAT2615 - Calculus in Higher Dimensions PLS2601 - Critical Reasoning PLS2607 - Philosophy of Science STA2601 - Applied Statistics II STA2602 - Statistical Inference II STA2603 - Distribution Theory II STA2604 - Forecasting II

Pre: COS1501 or MAT1512 or MAT1503 or MAT1613 Pre: MAT1512 & MAT1613 Pre: MAT1503 & MAT1512

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

67

98801 - MAC

7 360

NSC (Degree) with Mathematics & English passed with a rating of 4 OR matriculation exemption with at least E(40%) for Higher Grade Mathematics & English or at least D(50%) for Standard Grade Mathematics and English. Second Level

Group A. Compulsory APM2611 - Differential Equations CHE2611 - Inorganic Chemistry 2 (Theory) CHE2612 - Physical Chemistry 2 (Theory) CHE2613 - Organic Chemistry 2 (Theory) Pre: MAT1512 & MAT1613 Pre: CHE1501 & CHE1503 Pre: CHE1502 & CHE1503; Co: MAT1512 Pre: CHE1502 & CHE1503 Pre: CHE1501 & CHE1503

First Level

Group A. Compulsory CHE1501 - General Chemistry 1a CHE1502 - General Chemistry 1b CHE1503 - Chemistry 1 (Practical) COS1501 - Theoretical Computer Science 1 MAT1503 - Linear Algebra

Pre/Co-requisites

Pre/Co-requisites

Third Level

Group A. Compulsory CHE3701 - Inorganic Chemistry 3 (Chemistry) CHE3702 - Physical Chemistry 3 (Chemistry) CHE3703 - Organic Chemistry 3 CHE3704 - Analytical Chemistry 3 CHE3705 - Chemistry 3 (Practical) (Chemistry)

Pre/Co-requisites

Pre: CHE2611 Pre: CHE2612 Pre: CHE2613 Pre: CHE2614 Pre: CHE2611, CHE2621, CHE2612, CHE2622, CHE2613, CHE2623, CHE2614 & CHE2624; Co: CHE3701, CHE3702, CHE3703 & CHE3704 Pre: MAT2611

MAT1512 - Calculus A

CHE2621 - Inorganic Chemistry 2 (Practical) CHE2622 - Physical Chemistry 2 (Practical) CHE2623 - Organic Chemistry 2 (Practical) CHE2624 - Analytical Chemistry 2 (Practical) COS2601 - Theoretical Computer Science 2 MAT1613 - Calculus B (Mathematics) MAT2611 - Linear Algebra MAT2612 - Introduction to Discrete Mathematics MAT2613 - Real Analysis MAT2615 - Calculus in Higher Dimensions PLS2601 - Critical Reasoning PLS2607 - Philosophy of Science

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

MAT3705 - Complex Analysis MAT3706 - Ordinary Differential Equations MAT3707 - Discrete Mathematics: Combinatorics MAT3711 - Real Analysis

Pre: MAT2613 or MAT2615 Pre: Any 2 APM or MAT modules on second level Pre: Any 2 APM or MAT modules on second level Pre: Any 2 APM or MAT modules on second level

68

98801 - CAM

7 360

NSC (Degree) with Mathematics & English passed with a rating of 4 OR matriculation exemption with at least E(40%) for Higher Grade Mathematics & English or at least D(50%) for Standard Grade Mathematics and English. Second Level

Group A. Compulsory APM2611 - Differential Equations APM2614 - Applied Dynamical Systems CHE2611 - Inorganic Chemistry 2 (Theory) CHE2612 - Physical Chemistry 2 (Theory) CHE2613 - Organic Chemistry 2 (Theory) CHE2614 - Analytical Chemistry 2 (Theory)

First Level

Group A. Compulsory APM1514 - Mathematical Modelling APM1612 - Mechanics 2 CHE1501 - General Chemistry 1a CHE1502 - General Chemistry 1b CHE1503 - Chemistry 1 (Practical) COS1501 - Theoretical Computer Science 1 MAT1503 - Linear Algebra

Pre/Co-requisites

Pre: NSC Maths with a rating of 5 or MAT1510 or MAT0511 with 75% Pre: MAT1512

Pre/Co-requisites

Pre: MAT1512 & MAT1613

Third Level

Group A. Compulsory APM3701 - Partial Differential Equations APM3712 - Mechanics and Calculus of Variations APM3713 - Special Relativity and Riemannian Geometry CHE3701 - Inorganic Chemistry 3 (Chemistry) CHE3702 - Physical Chemistry 3 (Chemistry) CHE3703 - Organic Chemistry 3 CHE3704 - Analytical Chemistry 3 CHE3705 - Chemistry 3 (Practical) (Chemistry)

Pre/Co-requisites

Pre: Any 2 APM or MAT modules on second level Pre: Any 2 APM or MAT modules on second level Pre: Any 2 APM or MAT modules on second level Pre: CHE2611 Pre: CHE2612 Pre: CHE2613 Pre: CHE2614

Pre: APM1513, MAT1512, MAT1503 & MAT1613 Pre: CHE1501 & CHE1503

Pre: CHE1502 & CHE1503; Co: MAT1512 Pre: CHE1502 & CHE1503 Pre: CHE1501 & CHE1503 Pre: CHE1501 & CHE1503; Co: CHE2611 Pre: CHE1502 & CHE1503; Co: MAT1512 & CHE2612

MAT1512 - Calculus A

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

Pre: NSC Maths with a rating of 5 & Physical Science with a rating of 4 or MAT1510 or MAT0511 with 75%

Co: CHE2613

CHE2624 - Analytical Chemistry 2 (Practical) COS2601 - Theoretical Computer Science 2 MAT1613 - Calculus B (Mathematics) MAT2611 - Linear Algebra MAT2612 - Introduction to Discrete Mathematics MAT2615 - Calculus in Higher Dimensions

Pre: CHE1501 & CHE1503; Co: CHE2614 Pre: COS1501 Co: MAT1512 Pre: MAT1503 Pre: COS1501 or MAT1512 or MAT1503 or MAT1613 Pre: MAT1503 & MAT1512

69

98801 - CAP

7 360

NSC (Degree) with Mathematics & English passed with a rating of 4 OR matriculation exemption with at least E(40%) for Higher Grade Mathematics & English or at least D(50%) for Standard Grade Mathematics and English. Second Level

Group A. Compulsory APM2611 - Differential Equations CHE2611 - Inorganic Chemistry 2 (Theory) CHE2612 - Physical Chemistry 2 (Theory) Pre: MAT1512 & MAT1613 Pre: CHE1501 & CHE1503 Pre: CHE1502 & CHE1503; Co: MAT1512 Pre: CHE1502 & CHE1503

First Level

Group A. Compulsory CHE1501 - General Chemistry 1a CHE1502 - General Chemistry 1b CHE1503 - Chemistry 1 (Practical) MAT1503 - Linear Algebra

Pre/Co-requisites

Pre/Co-requisites

Third Level

Group A. Compulsory CHE3701 - Inorganic Chemistry 3 (Chemistry) CHE3702 - Physical Chemistry 3 (Chemistry) CHE3703 - Organic Chemistry 3 CHE3704 - Analytical Chemistry 3 CHE3705 - Chemistry 3 (Practical) (Chemistry)

Pre/Co-requisites

Pre: CHE2611 Pre: CHE2612 Pre: CHE2613 Pre: CHE2614

MAT1512 - Calculus A

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

Pre: CHE1501 & CHE1503; Co: CHE2611 Pre: CHE1502 & CHE1503; Co: MAT1512 & CHE2612

Pre: NSC Maths with a rating of 5 & Physical Science with a rating of 4 or MAT1510 or MAT0511 with 75% Pre: NSC Maths with a rating of 5 & Physical Science with a rating of 4 or MAT1510 or MAT0511 with 75%

Co: CHE2613

CHE2624 - Analytical Chemistry 2 (Practical) MAT1613 - Calculus B (Mathematics) MAT2611 - Linear Algebra PHY1604 - Modern Physics PHY2601 - Classical Mechanics PHY2602 - Electricity and Magnetism (Physics) PHY2606 - Waves (Physics)

Pre: CHE1501 & CHE1503; Co: CHE2614 Co: MAT1512 Pre: MAT1503 Co: PHY1505 Pre: PHY1505, MAT1503 & MAT1512 Pre: PHY1506, MAT1503 & MAT1512 Pre: PHY1503, PHY1505, PHY1506, MAT1503 & MAT1512

70

98801 - CAS

7 360

NSC (Degree) with Mathematics & English passed with a rating of 4 OR matriculation exemption with at least E(40%) for Higher Grade Mathematics & English or at least D(50%) for Standard Grade Mathematics and English. Second Level

. CHE2611 - Inorganic Chemistry 2 (Theory) CHE2612 - Physical Chemistry 2 (Theory) CHE2613 - Organic Chemistry 2 (Theory) Pre: CHE1501 & CHE1503 Pre: CHE1502 & CHE1503; Co: MAT1512 Pre: CHE1502 & CHE1503 Pre: CHE1501 & CHE1503

First Level

. CHE1501 - General Chemistry 1a CHE1502 - General Chemistry 1b CHE1503 - Chemistry 1 (Practical) MAT1503 - Linear Algebra

Pre/Co-requisites

Pre/Co-requisites

Third Level

. CHE3701 - Inorganic Chemistry 3 (Chemistry) CHE3702 - Physical Chemistry 3 (Chemistry) CHE3703 - Organic Chemistry 3 CHE3704 - Analytical Chemistry 3 CHE3705 - Chemistry 3 (Practical) (Chemistry)

Pre/Co-requisites

Pre: CHE2611 Pre: CHE2612 Pre: CHE2613 Pre: CHE2614

MAT1512 - Calculus A

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

CHE2622 - Physical Chemistry 2 (Practical) CHE2623 - Organic Chemistry 2 (Practical) CHE2624 - Analytical Chemistry 2 (Practical) MAT1613 - Calculus B (Mathematics) MAT2611 - Linear Algebra MAT2615 - Calculus in Higher Dimensions PLS2607 - Philosophy of Science STA2601 - Applied Statistics II STA2602 - Statistical Inference II STA2603 - Distribution Theory II STA2604 - Forecasting II

Pre: CHE1502 & CHE1503; Co: MAT1512 & CHE2612 Pre: CHE2613 Pre: CHE1501 & CHE1503; Co: CHE2614 Co: MAT1512 Pre: MAT1503 Pre: MAT1503 & MAT1512

STA3701 - Applied Statistics III STA3702 - Statistical Inference III STA3703 - Distribution Theory III STA3704 - Time Series III STA3710 - Mathematical Techniques in Statistics

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

71

98801 - CCS

7 360

NSC (Degree) with Mathematics & English passed with a rating of 4 OR matriculation exemption with at least E(40%) for Higher Grade Mathematics & English or at least D(50%) for Standard Grade Mathematics and English. Second Level

Group A. Compulsory CHE2611 - Inorganic Chemistry 2 (Theory) CHE2612 - Physical Chemistry 2 (Theory) CHE2613 - Organic Chemistry 2 (Theory) CHE2614 - Analytical Chemistry 2 (Theory) CHE2621 - Inorganic Chemistry 2 (Practical) Pre: CHE1501 & CHE1503 Pre: CHE1502 & CHE1503; Co: MAT1512 Pre: CHE1502 & CHE1503 Pre: CHE1501 & CHE1503 Pre: CHE1501 & CHE1503; Co: CHE2611

First Level

Group A. Compulsory CHE1501 - General Chemistry 1a CHE1502 - General Chemistry 1b CHE1503 - Chemistry 1 (Practical) COS1501 - Theoretical Computer Science 1 COS1511 - Introduction to Programming 1

Pre/Co-requisites

Pre/Co-requisites

Third Level

Group A. Compulsory CHE3701 - Inorganic Chemistry 3 (Chemistry) CHE3702 - Physical Chemistry 3 (Chemistry) CHE3703 - Organic Chemistry 3 CHE3704 - Analytical Chemistry 3 CHE3705 - Chemistry 3 (Practical) (Chemistry)

Pre/Co-requisites

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

COS1512 - Introduction to Programming 2 COS1521 - Computer Systems: Fundamental Concepts MAT1512 - Calculus A

Co: COS1511

Pre: CHE1502 & CHE1503; Co: MAT1512 & CHE2612 Co: CHE2613

COS3701 - Theoretical Computer Science 3 COS3711 - Advanced Programming COS3721 - Operating Systems and Architecture COS3751 - Techniques of Artificial Intelligence (Computer Science) COS3761 - Formal Logic 3 (Computer Science)

CHE2624 - Analytical Chemistry 2 (Practical) COS2601 - Theoretical Computer Science 2 COS2611 - Programming: Data Structures COS2614 - Programming: Contemporary Concepts COS2621 - Computer Organisation COS2626 - Computer Networks I COS2661 - Formal Logic 2 PLS2601 - Critical Reasoning PLS2607 - Philosophy of Science

Pre: COS2621

Pre: COS2661

Pre: COS1501

Students who want to register for Computing as a major should: (a) have access to an Internet Cafe or a Unisa Regional Learning Centre or other Internet facilities. After registration, access to myUnisa on a regular basis is compulsory. (b) have passed Computer Application Technology or Information Technology with a rating of 4 (new NSC) or passed Computer Studies (NSC) or hold an Industry Standard qualification such as the ICDL in Computer Literacy. Students who do not satisfy this requirement, must pass EUP1501 BEFORE they may register for COS1511 or INF1511.

72

98801 - CIS

7 360

NSC (Degree) with Mathematics & English passed with a rating of 4 OR matriculation exemption with at least E(40%) for Higher Grade Mathematics & English or at least D(50%) for Standard Grade Mathematics and English. Second Level

Group A. Compulsory CHE2611 - Inorganic Chemistry 2 (Theory) CHE2612 - Physical Chemistry 2 (Theory) CHE2613 - Organic Chemistry 2 (Theory) CHE2614 - Analytical Chemistry 2 (Theory) CHE2621 - Inorganic Chemistry 2 (Practical) Pre: CHE1501 & CHE1503 Pre: CHE1502 & CHE1503; Co: MAT1512 Pre: CHE1502 & CHE1503 Pre: CHE1501 & CHE1503 Pre: CHE1501 & CHE1503; Co: CHE2611

First Level

Group A. Compulsory CHE1501 - General Chemistry 1a CHE1502 - General Chemistry 1b CHE1503 - Chemistry 1 (Practical) EUP1501 - End-User Computing (Practical) INF1505 - Introduction to Business Information Systems

Pre/Co-requisites

Pre/Co-requisites

Group A. Compulsory CHE3701 - Inorganic Chemistry 3 (Chemistry) CHE3702 - Physical Chemistry 3 (Chemistry) CHE3703 - Organic Chemistry 3 CHE3704 - Analytical Chemistry 3 CHE3705 - Chemistry 3 (Practical) (Chemistry)

Pre/Co-requisites

Pre: CHE2611 Pre: CHE2612 Pre: CHE2613 Pre: CHE2614 Pre: CHE2611, CHE2621, CHE2612, CHE2622, CHE2613, CHE2623, CHE2614 & CHE2624; Co: CHE3701, CHE3702, CHE3703 & CHE3704 Pre: ICT2622 Pre: ICT2621 & ICT2622

INF1511 - Visual Programming 1 INF1520 - Human-Computer Interaction I MAT1512 - Calculus A Pre: NSC Maths with a rating of 5 or MAT1510 or MAT0511 with 75%

CHE2622 - Physical Chemistry 2 (Practical) CHE2623 - Organic Chemistry 2 (Practical) CHE2624 - Analytical Chemistry 2 (Practical) COS2626 - Computer Networks I EWS2601 - Engaging With Society ICT2621 - Structured Systems Analysis and Design ICT2622 - Object-Oriented Analysis INF2611 - Visual Programming 2 MAT1613 - Calculus B (Mathematics) PLS2601 - Critical Reasoning PLS2607 - Philosophy of Science

Pre: CHE1502 & CHE1503; Co: MAT1512 & CHE2612 Co: CHE2613

INF3703 - Databases 2 INF3705 - Advanced Systems Development (Information Systems) INF3707 - Database Design and Implementation INF3708 - Software Project Management INF3720 - Human-Computer Interaction 2

Co: INF1520

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

73

First Level

Compulsory. AST1534 - Spherical Astronomy and Kepler Orbits AST1631 - General Introduction to Astronomy CSS101H - Comprehension Skills for Science (Comprehension Skills for Science 101) EUP1501 - End-User Computing (Practical) MAT1503 - Linear Algebra

02089 - NAS

6 360

Pre/Co-requisites

Pre: NSC MATHS with a rating of 5 or MAT1510 or MAT0511 with 75%

Second Level

Compulsory. APM2611 - Differential Equations AST2651 - The Structure and Evolution of Stars AST2652 - The Structure and Evolution of Galaxies

Pre/Co-requisites

Pre: MAT1512 & MAT1613

Third Level

Compulsory. APM3712 - Mechanics and Calculus of Variations APM3713 - Special Relativity and Riemannian Geometry AST3755 - Advanced Astronomy Practical

Pre/Co-requisites

Pre: Any 2 APM or MAT modules on second level Pre: Any 2 APM or MAT modules on second level Pre: AST2655

Pre: PHY1604 & PHY1505 & PHY1506 & MAT1512 & MAT1613 Pre: PHY1604 & PHY1505 & PHY1506 & MAT1512 & MAT1613 Pre: PHY1503 Pre: MAT1503 & MAT1512

AST2655 - Astronomy Practical Pre: NSC MATHS with a rating of 5 or MAT1510 or MAT0511 with 75% MAT2615 - Calculus in Higher Dimensions PHY2601 - Classical Mechanics Pre: NSC MATHS with a rating of 5 or MAT1510 or MAT0511 with 75% Co: MAT1512 Co: PHY1505 & PHY1506 Pre: NSC MATHS with a rating of 5 & Physical Science with a rating of 4 or MAT1510 or MAT0511 with 75% Pre: NSC MATHS with a rating of 5 & Physical Science with a rating of 4 or MAT1510 or MAT0511 with 75% Pre: NSC MATHS with a rating of 5 & Physical Science with a rating of 4 or MAT1510 or MAT0511 with 75% PHY2602 - Electricity and Magnetism (Physics) PHY2606 - Waves (Physics)

AST3763 - Observational Techniques PHY3702 - Quantum Physics PHY3703 - Statistical and Thermal Physics Choose 2 from the following.

Pre: AST2655 or PHY2604 Pre: APM2611, PHY1604, PHY2601 & PHY2602 Pre: PHY2606; Co: PHY3702

Pre: PHY1505 & MAT1503 & MAT1512 Pre: PHY1506 & MAT1503 & MAT1512 Pre: PHY1505 & PHY1506 & MAT1503 & MAT1512

MAT1613 - Calculus B (Mathematics) PHY1503 - Physics Practical Work 1 PHY1505 - Mechanics (Physics)

APM2616 - Computer Algebra APM3701 - Partial Differential Equations APM3711 - Numerical Methods 2

Pre: COS1511 & MAT1503 or APM1513 & MAT1512 Pre: Any 2 APM or MAT modules on second level Pre: COS2633

Choose 2 from the following. APM1513 - Applied Linear Algebra APM1514 - Mathematical Modelling COS1511 - Introduction to Programming 1 COS1512 - Introduction to Programming 2 Pre: NSC MATHS with a rating of 5 or MAT1510 or MAT0511 with 75% Pre: NSC MATHS with a rating of 5 or MAT1510 or MAT0511 with 75% Co: EUP1501 Co: COS1511. STUDENTS are recommended to complete COS1511 before registering for COS1512

Rules

From 2010 no new registrations will be allowed for this stream. Students have until the end of 2015 to complete the qualification, after which students will be transferred to the BSc General degree.

74

First Level

Compulsory. CHE1501 - General Chemistry 1a

02089 - NCF

6 360

Pre/Co-requisites

Pre: NSC MATHS with a rating of 5 or MAT0511 & PHYSICAL SCIENCE with a rating of 5 or CHE111/CHE112 Pre: CHE1501 Co: CHE1501 & CHE1502

Second Level

Compulsory. CHE2611 - Inorganic Chemistry 2 (Theory)

Pre/Co-requisites

Pre: CHE1501 & CHE1503

Third Level

Compulsory. CHE3701 - Inorganic Chemistry 3 (Chemistry)

Pre/Co-requisites

Pre: CHE2611

CHE1502 - General Chemistry 1b CHE1503 - Chemistry 1 (Practical) CSS101H - Comprehension Skills for Science (Comprehension Skills for Science 101) EUP1501 - End-User Computing (Practical)

CHE2612 - Physical Chemistry 2 (Theory) CHE2613 - Organic Chemistry 2 (Theory) CHE2614 - Analytical Chemistry 2 (Theory)

Pre: CHE1502 & CHE1503; Co: MAT1512 Pre: CHE1501 & CHE1503 Pre: CHE1501 & CHE1503

CHE3702 - Physical Chemistry 3 (Chemistry) CHE3703 - Organic Chemistry 3 CHE3704 - Analytical Chemistry 3

Pre: CHE2611, CHE2612, CHE2613 & CHE2614; Co: CHE3701, CHE3702, CHE3703 & CHE3704 pre: PHY1604, PHY2601 & PHY2602 Pre: PHY2606; Co: PHY3702

Pre: CHE1502 & CHE1503; Co: MAT1512 & CHE2612 Pre: CHE1502 & CHE1503; Co: CHE2613 Pre: CHE1501 & CHE1503; Co: CHE2614 Pre: PHY1505 & MAT1503 & MAT1512 Pre: PHY1506 & MAT1503 & MAT1512 Pre: PHY1505 & PHY1506 & MAT1503 & MAT1512

MAT1511 - Precalculus Mathematics B MAT1512 - Calculus A Pre: NSC MATHS with a rating of 5 or MAT1510 or MAT0511 with 75% Co: MAT1512 Co: PHY1505 & PHY1506 Pre: NSC MATHS with a rating of 5 & Physical Science with a rating of 4 or MAT1510 or MAT0511 with 75% Pre: NSC MATHS with a rating of 5 & Physical Science with a rating of 4 or MAT1510 or MAT0511 with 75% Pre: NSC MATHS with a rating of 5 & Physical Science with a rating of 4 or MAT1510 or MAT0511 with 75% Co: EUP1501 Co: COS1511. STUDENTS are recommended to complete COS1511 before registering for COS1512

CHE2624 - Analytical Chemistry 2 (Practical) PHY2601 - Classical Mechanics PHY2602 - Electricity and Magnetism (Physics) PHY2606 - Waves (Physics)

MAT1613 - Calculus B (Mathematics) PHY1503 - Physics Practical Work 1 PHY1505 - Mechanics (Physics)

APM3712 - Mechanics and Calculus of Variations PHY3707 - Solid State Physics PHY3708 - Atomic and Nuclear Physics

Pre: Any 2 APM or MAT modules on second level Pre: PHY2606; Co: PHY3702 Pre: PHY2606; Co: PHY3702

Pre: COS1512

Choose 1 from the following. COS1511 - Introduction to Programming 1 COS1512 - Introduction to Programming 2

COS2661 - Formal Logic 2 MAT2611 - Linear Algebra PHY2604 - Physics Practical Work 2

Pre: COS1501 Pre: MAT1503 Pre: PHY1505 & PHY1506 & MAT1503 & MAT1512; Co: PHY2601 & PHY2602 & PHY2606

COS1521 - Computer Systems: Fundamental Concepts PLS2607 - Philosophy of Science STA1510 - Basic Statistics

From 2010 no new registrations will be allowed for this stream. Students have until the end of 2015 to complete the qualification, after which students will be transferred to the BSc General degree.

75

02089 - NCK

6 360

First Level

Compulsory. BLG1501 - Basic Biology BLG1502 - Animal and Plant Diversity BLG1603 - Biology Practical CHE1501 - General Chemistry 1a

Pre/Co-requisites

Second Level

Compulsory. CHE2611 - Inorganic Chemistry 2 (Theory) CHE2612 - Physical Chemistry 2 (Theory)

Pre/Co-requisites

Pre: CHE1501 & CHE1503 Pre: CHE1502 & CHE1503; Co: MAT1512 Pre: CHE1501 & CHE1503 Pre: CHE1501 & CHE1503

Third Level

Compulsory. CHE3701 - Inorganic Chemistry 3 (Chemistry) CHE3702 - Physical Chemistry 3 (Chemistry) CHE3703 - Organic Chemistry 3 CHE3704 - Analytical Chemistry 3

Pre/Co-requisites

Pre: CHE2611 Pre: CHE2612 Pre: CHE2613 Pre: CHE2614

Co: BLG1501 & BLG1502 Pre: NSC MATHS with a rating of 5 or MAT0511 & PHYSICAL SCIENCE with a rating of 5 or CHE111/ CHE112 Pre: CHE1501

Pre: CHE2611, CHE2612, CHE2613 & CHE2614; Co: CHE3701, CHE3702, CHE3703 & CHE3704

CHE1503 - Chemistry 1 (Practical) CSS101H - Comprehension Skills for Science (Comprehension Skills for Science 101) DSC1510 - Introduction to the Business World EUP1501 - End-User Computing (Practical) MAT1503 - Linear Algebra

Pre: CHE1502 & CHE1503; Co: MAT1512 & CHE2612 Pre: CHE1502 & CHE1503; Co: CHE2613

MIB3701 - Microbial Physiology MIB3702 - Advanced Microbial Genetics, Recombinant Dna Technology and Industrial Microbiology MIB3703 - Microbial Diversity MIB3704 - Microbiology III (Practical) Pre: MIB2604; Co: Any two of the following: MIB3701, MIB3702, MIB3703

MIB2603 - Introductory Microbial Genetics, Immunology and Epidemiology Pre: NSC MATHS with a rating of 5 or MAT1510 or MAT0511 with 75% MIB2604 - Microbiology II (Practical) Pre: CHE1501 or CHE1502; Co: Any 2 of MIB2601, MIB2602, MIB2603

MAT1512 - Calculus A

From 2010 no new registrations will be allowed for this stream. Students have until the end of 2015 to complete the qualification, after which students will be transferred to the BSc General degree.

76

02089 - NCM

6 360

First Level

Compulsory. CHE1501 - General Chemistry 1a

Pre/Co-requisites

Pre: NSC MATHS with a rating of 5 or MAT0511 & PHYSICAL SCIENCE with a rating of 5 or CHE111/ CHE112 Pre: CHE1501 Co: CHE1501 & CHE1502

Second Level

Compulsory. CHE2611 - Inorganic Chemistry 2 (Theory)

Pre/Co-requisites

Pre: CHE1501 & CHE1503

Third Level

Compulsory. CHE3701 - Inorganic Chemistry 3 (Chemistry)

Pre/Co-requisites

Pre: CHE2611

CHE1502 - General Chemistry 1b CHE1503 - Chemistry 1 (Practical) CSS101H - Comprehension Skills for Science (Comprehension Skills for Science 101) EUP1501 - End-User Computing (Practical)

CHE2612 - Physical Chemistry 2 (Theory) CHE2613 - Organic Chemistry 2 (Theory) CHE2614 - Analytical Chemistry 2 (Theory)

Pre: CHE1502 & CHE1503; Co: MAT1512 Pre: CHE1501 & CHE1503 Pre: CHE1501 & CHE1503

CHE3702 - Physical Chemistry 3 (Chemistry) CHE3703 - Organic Chemistry 3 CHE3704 - Analytical Chemistry 3

Pre: CHE2611, CHE2612, CHE2613 & CHE2614; Co: CHE3701, CHE3702, CHE3703 & CHE3704 Pre: MAT2611 or MAT211R

Pre: CHE1502 & CHE1503; Co: MAT1512 & CHE2612 Pre: CHE1502 & CHE1503; Co: CHE2613 Pre: CHE1501 & CHE1503; Co: CHE2614 Pre: MAT1503 Pre: MAT1512 & MAT1613

CHE2624 - Analytical Chemistry 2 (Practical) MAT2611 - Linear Algebra MAT2613 - Real Analysis

MAT1613 - Calculus B (Mathematics) Choose 5 from the following. APM1513 - Applied Linear Algebra APM1514 - Mathematical Modelling COS1511 - Introduction to Programming 1 COS1521 - Computer Systems: Fundamental Concepts DSC1510 - Introduction to the Business World PLS2607 - Philosophy of Science STA1510 - Basic Statistics

MAT3705 - Complex Analysis MAT3706 - Ordinary Differential Equations MAT3707 - Discrete Mathematics: Combinatorics

Pre: MAT2613 or MAT2615 Pre: Any 2 APM or MAT modules on second level Pre: Any 2 APM or MAT modules on second level Pre: Any 2 APM or MAT modules on second level

Pre: NSC MATHS with a rating of 5 or MAT1510 or MAT0511 with 75% Pre: NSC MATHS with a rating of 5 or MAT1510 or MAT0511 with 75% Co: EUP1501

APM2611 - Differential Equations APM2614 - Applied Dynamical Systems APM2616 - Computer Algebra

Pre: MAT1503 & MAT1512 & MAT1613 Pre: COS1511 & MAT1503 or APM1513 & MAT1512 Pre: COS1501 or MAT1512 or MAT1613 or MAT1503 Pre: MAT1503 & MAT1512

From 2010 no new registrations will be allowed for this stream. Students have until the end of 2015 to complete the qualification, after which students will be transferred to the BSc General degree.

77

First Level

Compulsory. BLG1501 - Basic Biology BLG1502 - Animal and Plant Diversity BLG1603 - Biology Practical CHE1501 - General Chemistry 1a

02089 - NCP

6 360

Pre/Co-requisites

Second Level

Compulsory. CHE2611 - Inorganic Chemistry 2 (Theory) CHE2612 - Physical Chemistry 2 (Theory)

Pre/Co-requisites

Pre: CHE1501 & CHE1503 Pre: CHE1502 & CHE1503; Co: MAT1512 Pre: CHE1501 & CHE1503 Pre: CHE1501 & CHE1503

Third Level

Compulsory. CHE3701 - Inorganic Chemistry 3 (Chemistry) CHE3702 - Physical Chemistry 3 (Chemistry) CHE3703 - Organic Chemistry 3 CHE3704 - Analytical Chemistry 3

Pre/Co-requisites

Pre: CHE2611 Pre: CHE2612 Pre: CHE2613 Pre: CHE2614

Co: BLG1501 & BLG1502 Pre: NSC MATHS with a rating of 5 or MAT0511 & PHYSICAL SCIENCE with a rating of 5 or CHE111/ CHE112 Pre: CHE1501

Pre: CHE2611, CHE2612, CHE2613 & CHE2614; Co: CHE3701, CHE3702, CHE3703 & CHE3704 Pre: Any two of the following: FIS2601, FIS2602, FIS2603 Pre: Any two of the following: FIS2601, FIS2602, FIS2603 Pre: Any two of the following: FIS2601, FIS2602, FIS2603 Co: Any two of the following: FIS3701, FIS3702, FIS3703

CHE1503 - Chemistry 1 (Practical) CSS101H - Comprehension Skills for Science (Comprehension Skills for Science 101) DSC1510 - Introduction to the Business World EUP1501 - End-User Computing (Practical) GGH1501 - Know Your World: Introduction to Geography MAT1511 - Precalculus Mathematics B MAT1512 - Calculus A

Pre: CHE1502 & CHE1503; Co: MAT1512 & CHE2612 Pre: CHE1502 & CHE1503; Co: CHE2613

CHE2624 - Analytical Chemistry 2 (Practical) FIS2601 - Digestion, Endocrine Control and Metabolism FIS2602 - Respiration and Excretion FIS2603 - Physiological Defence Mechanisms

Co: CHE1501 or CHE1502 Co: Any two of the following: FIS2601, FIS2602, FIS2603 & CHE1501 or CHE1502

From 2010 no new registrations will be allowed for this stream. Students have until the end of 2015 to complete the qualification, after which students will be transferred to the BSc General degree.

78

First Level

Compulsory. COS1511 - Introduction to Programming 1 COS1512 - Introduction to Programming 2

02089 - NFC

6 360

Pre/Co-requisites

Co: EUP1501 Co: COS1511. STUDENTS are recommended to complete COS1511 before registering for COS1512

Second Level

Compulsory. COS2611 - Programming: Data Structures COS2633 - Numerical Methods I

Pre/Co-requisites

Pre: COS1512 Pre: COS1511 or MAT1512 or MAT1503

Third Level

Compulsory. APM3711 - Numerical Methods 2 COS3711 - Advanced Programming

Pre/Co-requisites

Pre: COS2633 Pre: COS2611 & COS2614

COS1521 - Computer Systems: Fundamental Concepts CSS101H - Comprehension Skills for Science (Comprehension Skills for Science 101) EUP1501 - End-User Computing (Practical) MAT1503 - Linear Algebra Pre: NSC MATHS with a rating of 5 or MAT1510 or MAT0511 with 75% Pre: NSC MATHS with a rating of 5 or MAT1510 or MAT0511 with 75% Co: MAT1512 Co: PHY1505 & PHY1506 Pre: NSC MATHS with a rating of 5 & Physical Science with a rating of 4 or MAT1510 or MAT0511 with 75% Pre: NSC MATHS with a rating of 5 & Physical Science with a rating of 4 or MAT1510 or MAT0511 with 75% Pre: NSC MATHS with a rating of 5 & Physical Science with a rating of 4 or MAT1510 or MAT0511 with 75%

Pre: MAT1503

Pre: PHY1604. MAT2611, PHY2601 & PHY2602 Pre: PHY2606; Co: PHY3702

PHY2601 - Classical Mechanics PHY2602 - Electricity and Magnetism (Physics) Choose 2 from the following.

Pre: PHY1505 & MAT1503 & MAT1512 Pre: PHY1506 & MAT1503 & MAT1512

Choose 4 from the following. APM3712 - Mechanics and Calculus of Variations APM3713 - Special Relativity and Riemannian Geometry Pre: Any 2 APM or MAT modules on second level Pre: Any 2 APM or MAT modules on second level Pre: COS2621 Pre: MAT2611 or MAT211R Pre: MAT2613 or MAT2615

MAT1512 - Calculus A

MAT1613 - Calculus B (Mathematics) PHY1503 - Physics Practical Work 1 PHY1505 - Mechanics (Physics)

APM2611 - Differential Equations COS2614 - Programming: Contemporary Concepts COS2621 - Computer Organisation

Pre: MAT1512 & MAT1613 Pre: COS1512 Pre: COS1512 & COS1521

COS3721 - Operating Systems and Architecture MAT3701 - Linear Algebra MAT3705 - Complex Analysis

Pre: PHY1505 & PHY1506 & MAT1503 & MAT1512; Co: PHY2601 & PHY2602 & PHY2606 Pre: PHY1505 & PHY1506 & PHY1503 & MAT1503 & MAT1512

Pre: PHY2604

Choose 2 from the following. APM1514 - Mathematical Modelling AST1631 - General Introduction to Astronomy CHE1501 - General Chemistry 1a Pre: NSC MATHS with a rating of 5 or MAT0511 & PHYSICAL SCIENCE with a rating of 5 or CHE111/CHE112 Co: CHE1501 Pre: NSC MATHS with a rating of 4 or MAT1510 or MAT0511 with 75% Pre: NSC MATHS with a rating of 5 or MAT1510 or MAT0511 with 75%

CHE1502 - General Chemistry 1b DSC1510 - Introduction to the Business World PLS2607 - Philosophy of Science STA1510 - Basic Statistics

Rules

From 2010 no new registrations will be allowed for this stream. Students have until the end of 2015 to complete the qualification, after which students will be transferred to the BSc General degree.

Curriculums 2012: CSET 79

First Level

Compulsory. CSS101H - Comprehension Skills for Science (Comprehension Skills for Science 101) EUP1501 - End-User Computing (Practical) MAT1503 - Linear Algebra

02089 - NFI

6 360

Pre/Co-requisites

Second Level

Compulsory. APM2611 - Differential Equations

Pre/Co-requisites

Pre: MAT1512 & MAT1613

Third Level

Compulsory. APM3712 - Mechanics and Calculus of Variations

Pre/Co-requisites

Pre: Any 2 APM or MAT modules on second level

MAT2611 - Linear Algebra Pre: NSC MATHS with a rating of 5 or MAT1510 or MAT0511 with 75% MAT2615 - Calculus in Higher Dimensions PHY2601 - Classical Mechanics Pre: NSC MATHS with a rating of 5 or MAT1510 or MAT0511 with 75% Co: MAT1512 PHY2602 - Electricity and Magnetism (Physics) PHY2604 - Physics Practical Work 2

MAT3705 - Complex Analysis MAT3706 - Ordinary Differential Equations PHY3702 - Quantum Physics PHY3703 - Statistical and Thermal Physics PHY3707 - Solid State Physics

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

Pre: PHY1505 & MAT1503 & MAT1512 Pre: PHY1506 & MAT1503 & MAT1512 Pre: PHY1505 & PHY1506 & MAT1503 & MAT1512; Co: PHY2601 & PHY2602 & PHY2606 Pre: PHY1505 & PHY1506 & MAT1503 & MAT1512

Co: PHY1505 & PHY1506 Pre: NSC MATHS with a rating of 5 & Physical Science with a rating of 4 or MAT1510 or MAT0511 with 75% Pre: NSC MATHS with a rating of 5 & Physical Science with a rating of 4 or MAT1510 or MAT0511 with 75% Pre: NSC MATHS with a rating of 5 & Physical Science with a rating of 4 or MAT1510 or MAT0511 with 75%

Choose 2 from the following. Note: Theory and Practical modules count as 1 subject.

Pre: PHY1604 & PHY1505 & PHY1506 & MAT1512 & MAT1613

Pre: COS2633

Choose 3 from the following. APM1514 - Mathematical Modelling AST1534 - Spherical Astronomy and Kepler Orbits AST1631 - General Introduction to Astronomy CHE1501 - General Chemistry 1a Pre: NSC MATHS with a rating of 5 or MAT0511 & PHYSICAL SCIENCE with a rating of 5 or CHE111/ CHE112 Co: CHE1501 Co: CHE1501 & CHE1502 Co: EUP1501 Pre: NSC MATHS with a rating of 5 or MAT1510 or MAT0511 with 75% Pre: NSC MATHS with a rating of 5 or MAT1510 or MAT0511 with 75%

CHE2612 - Physical Chemistry 2 (Theory) CHE2621 - Inorganic Chemistry 2 (Practical) CHE2622 - Physical Chemistry 2 (Practical) COS2611 - Programming: Data Structures COS2633 - Numerical Methods I

Pre: CHE1502 & CHE1503; Co: MAT1512 Pre: CHE1501 & CHE1503; Co: CHE2611 Pre: CHE1502 & CHE1503; Co: MAT1512 & CHE2612 Pre: COS1512 Pre: COS1511 or MAT1512 or MAT1503

Pre: PHY2604

80

First Level

COS1512 - Introduction to Programming 2

Pre/Co-requisites

Co: COS1511. STUDENTS are recommended to complete COS1511 before registering for COS1512

Second Level

Pre/Co-requisites

Third Level

Pre/Co-requisites

COS1521 - Computer Systems: Fundamental Concepts PLS2607 - Philosophy of Science STA1510 - Basic Statistics

From 2010 no new registrations will be allowed for this stream. Students have until the end of 2015 to complete the qualification, after which students will be transferred to the BSc General degree.

81

BTECE

7 120

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

Purpose statement

Chemical engineering is concerned with the manufacturing of chemicals on an industrial scale as well as with the industrial processes that convert raw materials into products that have higher economic value. in a particular manufacturing environment, there is usually a chemical engineering team. This team is usually led by a degreed Chemical Engineer, usually assisted by a Chemical Engineering Technologist or a Chemical Engineering Technician. They all obtain their qualifications from a university of technology or a university. the technologist has obtained a BTech degree and the technician a National Diploma. the team is qualified to research, develop, design, construct and operate the plants required to make any processed product. A qualified person with sufficient experience will be able to register with the Engineering Council of South Africa (ECSA) as a Professional Technologist in this field of Engineering

First Level

Compulsory. AQC401C - Air Quality Control Chemical lV CEE401C - Chemical Environmental Engineering IV (Project) CEM4M2C - Chemical Engineerng Technology IV: Heat and Mass (Module B) CEM4M3C - Chemical Engineering Technology IV: Unit Operations (Module C) CPD4M1C - Chemical Process Design IV: Equipment Design (Module A) CPD4M2C - Chemical Process Design IV: Plant Design (Module B) EMC401C - Environmental Management for Chemical Engineering IV RTE401C - Reactor Technology IV SWT401C - Solid Waste Treatment (Chemical) IV WTC401C - Water Treatment (Chemical) IV

Pre/Co-requisites

Rules

Important: Students may only register for the BTECH: Engineering: Chemical (Environmental) if he/she : i) Can identify and completea research project for CEE401C; ii) the project (CEE401C) must be related to water treatment or solid waste treatment or air quality control. iii) Has access to a computer simulation design programme/package for CPD4M2C, such as ASPEN, CHEMCAD, PROII, etc. ; iv) Can provide a mentor for each of the above study units respectively. It is the responsibility of the student to find it elsewhere.

82

BTECV - COM

7 120

Completed National Diploma: Engineering (S4) in the relevant discipline or equivalent qualification OR National Higher Diploma in Civil Engineering (T4) OR Foreign Civil Engineering qualifications are considered but subject to SAQA evaluation and departmental approval. Students with a National Diploma (T3) in Civil Engineering must do bridging study units: (i) Documentation III. Choose three of the following four study units: (ii) Stuructural Analysis III; (iii)Transportation Engineering III; (iv) Water Engineering III; (iv) Geotechnical Engineering III. Until 0

to train Civil Engineering Technologists for specialisation in a particular field of Civil Engineering, e.g. Transportation, Water, Geotechnical, Construction Management, Urban and Environmental Engineering. A qualified person with sufficient experience will be able to register with the Engineering Council of South Africa (ECSA) as a Professional Technologist in this field of Engineering

CMC401C - Contract Management: Civil IV CMC4PJT - Contract Management: Civil IV (Project) EEN4M1C - Environmental Engineering: Civil IV (Module A) EEN4M2C - Environmental Engineering: Civil IV (Module B) EEN4PJA - Environmental Engineering: Civil IV (Module A) Project EEN4PJB - Environmental Engineering: Civil IV (Module B) Project MGP437U - Management Practice IV MHB201Q - Human Resource Management II PMN501B - Project Management V

Pre/Co-requisites

Co: CMC4PJT Co: CMC401C Co: EEN4M2C, EEN4PJA & EEN4PJB Co: EEN4M1C & EEN4PJA & EEN4PJB Co: EEN4M2C & EEN4M1C & EEN4PJB Co: EEN4M1C & EEN4M2C & EEN4PJA

Choose 1 from the following. Note: CLA1501 & CLA1502 count as 1 subject.

BEK342S - Management Economics III CLA1501 - Commercial Law 1a CLA1502 - Commercial Law 1b FMA401V - Financial Management IV LRL241P - Labour Relations and Law II

83

BTECV - ENV

7 120

Completed National Diploma: Engineering (S4) in the relevant discipline or equivalent qualification OR National Higher Diploma in Civil Engineering (T4) OR Foreign Civil Engineering qualifications are considered but subject to SAQA evaluation and departmental approval. Students with a National Diploma (T3) in Civil Engineering must do bridging study units: (i) Documentation III. Choose three of the following four study units: (ii) Stuructural Analysis III; (iii)Transportation Engineering III; (iv) Water Engineering III; (iv) Geotechnical Engineering III. Until 0

Repeaters only

Purpose statement

to train Civil Engineering Technologists for specialisation in a particular field of Civil Engineering, e.g. Transportation, Water, Geotechnical, Construction Management, Urban and Environmental Engineering. A qualified person with sufficient experience will be able to register with the Engineering Council of South Africa (ECSA) as a Professional Technologist in this field of Engineering

EEN4M1C - Environmental Engineering: Civil IV (Module A) EEN4M2C - Environmental Engineering: Civil IV (Module B) EEN4PJA - Environmental Engineering: Civil IV (Module A) Project EEN4PJB - Environmental Engineering: Civil IV (Module B) Project EGE401C - Environmental Management for Engineers: Civil 4 (Theory) EGE4PJT - Environmental Management for Engineers: Civil 4 (Project) SNS4M1C - Social Environmental Studies: Civil IV SNS4M2C - Social Environmental Studies: Civil IV: Module B: Theory SNS4PJA - Social Environmental Studies: Civil IV (Module A) Project SNS4PJB - Social Environmental Studies: Civil IV (Module B) Project SWM401C - Solid Waste Management IV (Theory) SWM4PJT - Solid Waste Management IV (Project) WTT401C - Water Treatment Technology IV WTT4PJT - Water Treatment Technology IV (Project) WWT401C - Waste Water Treatment Technology IV (Theory) WWT4PJT - Waste Water Treatment Technology IV (Proj)

Pre/Co-requisites

Co: EEN4M2C & EEN4PJA & EEN4PJB Co: EEN4M1C & EEN4PJA & EEN4PJB Co: EEN4M2C & EEN4M1C & EEN4PJB Co: EEN4M1C & EEN4M2C & EEN4PJA Co: EGE4PJT Co: EGE401C Co: SNS4M2C & SNS4PJA Co: SNS4M1C & SNS4PJB Co: SNS4M2C & SNS4M1C Co: SNS4M1C & SNS4M2C Co: SWM4PJT Co: SWM401C Co: WTT4PJT Co: WTT401C Co: WWT4PJT Co: WWT401C

Rules

A total of 8 study units must be taken. At least 5 study units must be taken from the selected BTECV option AND, the remaining study units may be selected from any other BTECV options.

84

BTECV - STR

7 120

Completed National Diploma: Engineering (S4) in the relevant discipline or equivalent qualification OR National Higher Diploma in Civil Engineering (T4) OR Foreign Civil Engineering qualifications are considered but subject to SAQA evaluation and departmental approval. Students with a National Diploma (T3) in Civil Engineering must do bridging study units: (i) Documentation III. Choose three of the following four study units: (ii) Stuructural Analysis III; (iii)Transportation Engineering III; (iv) Water Engineering III; (iv) Geotechnical Engineering III. Until 0

to train Civil Engineering Technologists for specialisation in a particular field of Civil Engineering, e.g. Transportation, Water, Geotechnical, Construction Management, Urban and Environmental Engineering. A qualified person with sufficient experience will be able to register with the Engineering Council of South Africa (ECSA) as a Professional Technologist in this field of Engineering

CNT401C - Concrete Technology IV (Theory) CNT4PJT - Concrete Technology IV (Project) CNT4PRA - Concrete Technology IV (Practical) EEN4M1C - Environmental Engineering: Civil IV (Module A) EEN4M2C - Environmental Engineering: Civil IV (Module B) EEN4PJA - Environmental Engineering: Civil IV (Module A) Project EEN4PJB - Environmental Engineering: Civil IV (Module B) Project FEN401C - Foundation Engineering 4 (Theory) FEN4PJT - Foundation Engineering IV (Project) RCD401C - Reinforced Concrete Design IV RCD4PJT - Reinforced Concrete Design IV (Project) SAN401C - Structural Analysis IV SMD401C - Structural Masonry Design IV (Theory) SMD4PJT - Structural Masonry Design IV (Project) SSD401C - Structural Steel Design IV (Theory) SSD4PJT - Structural Steel Design IV (Project) TST401C - Theory of Structures IV

Pre/Co-requisites

Co: CNT4PRA & CNT4PJT Co: CNT401C & CNT4PRA Co: CNT401C & CNT4PJT Co: EEN4M2C & EEN4PJA & EEN4PJB Co: EEN4M1C & EEN4PJA & EEN4PJB Co: EEN4M2C & EEN4M1C & EEN4PJB Co: EEN4M1C & EEN4M2C & EEN4PJA Co: FEN4PJT Co: FEN401C Co: RCD4PJT & CNT401C & CNT4PJT & CNT4PRA Co; RCD401C & CNT401C & CNT4PJT & CNT4PRA Co: SMD4PJT Co: SMD401C Co: SSD4PJT Co: SSD401C

85

BTECV - URB

7 120

Repeaters only

Purpose statement

to train Civil Engineering Technologists for specialisation in a particular field of Civil Engineering, e.g. Transportation, Water, Geotechnical, Construction Management, Urban and Environmental Engineering. A qualified person with sufficient experience will be able to register with the Engineering Council of South Africa (ECSA) as a Professional Technologist in this field of Engineering

CMT401C - Construction Materials Technology IV CMT4PJT - Construction Materials Technology IV (Project) EEN4M1C - Environmental Engineering: Civil IV (Module A) EEN4M2C - Environmental Engineering: Civil IV (Module B) EEN4PJA - Environmental Engineering: Civil IV (Module A) Project EEN4PJB - Environmental Engineering: Civil IV (Module B) Project GDS401C - Geometric Design IV (Theory) GDS4PJT - Geometric Design IV (Project) PVT401C - Pavement Technology IV (Theory) PVT4PJT - Pavement Technology IV (Project) RDM401C - Reticulation Design and Management IV (Theory) RDM4PJT - Reticulation Design and Management IV (Project) SWM401C - Solid Waste Management IV (Theory) SWM4PJT - Solid Waste Management IV (Project) UPD401C - Urban Planning and Design IV (Theory) UPD4PJT - Urban Planning and Design IV (Project)

Pre/Co-requisites

Co: CMT4PJT Co: CMT401C Co: EEN42MC & EEN4PJA & EEN4PJB Co: EEN4M1C & EEN4PJA EEN4PJB Co: EEN4M2C & EEN4M1C & EEN4PJB Co: EEN4M1C & EEN4M2C & EEN4PJA Co: GDS4PJT Co: GDS401C Co: PVT4PJT Co: PVT401C Co: RDM4PJT & HDL401C & HDL4PJT Co: RDM401C & HDL401C & HDL4PJT Co: SWM4PJT Co: SWM401C Co: UPD4PJT Co: UPD401C

86

BTECV - WAT

7 120

to train Civil Engineering Technologists for specialisation in a particular field of Civil Engineering, e.g. Transportation, Water, Geotechnical, Construction Management, Urban and Environmental Engineering. A qualified person with sufficient experience will be able to register with the Engineering Council of South Africa (ECSA) as a Professional Technologist in this field of Engineering

EEN4M1C - Environmental Engineering: Civil IV (Module A) EEN4M2C - Environmental Engineering: Civil IV (Module B) EEN4PJA - Environmental Engineering: Civil IV (Module A) Project EEN4PJB - Environmental Engineering: Civil IV (Module B) Project HDG401C - Hydrology IV (Theory) HDG4PJT - Hydrology IV (Project) HDL401C - Hydraulics IV (Theory) HDL4PJT - Hydraulics IV (Project) RDM401C - Reticulation Design and Management IV (Theory) RDM4PJT - Reticulation Design and Management IV (Project) WTT401C - Water Treatment Technology IV WTT4PJT - Water Treatment Technology IV (Project) WWT401C - Waste Water Treatment Technology IV (Theory) WWT4PJT - Waste Water Treatment Technology IV (Proj)

Pre/Co-requisites

Co: EEN4M2C & EEN4PJA & EEN4PJB Co: EEN4M1C & EEN4PJA & EEN4PJB Co: EEN4M2C & EEN4M1C & EEN4PJB Co: EEN4M1C & EEN4M2C & EEN4PJA Co: HDG4PJT Co: HDG401C Co: HDL4PJT Co: HDL401C Co: RDM4PJT & HDL401C & HDL4PJT Co: RDM401C & HDL401C & HDL4PJT Co: WTT4PJT Co: WTT401C Co: WWT4PJT Co: WWT401C

87

BTELN - CEN

7 120

Completed National Diploma: Engineering: Electrical (S4) with Mathematics III OR National Diploma in Electrical Engineering (T3) with Mathematics III PLUS the Bridging Subject: Design Project III (DPJ391U OR National Higher Diploma in Electrical Engineering (T4) with Mathematics III,PLUS the Bridging Subject: Design Project III (DPJ391U OR Nationally or Internationally equivalent qualification. Until 0

Repeaters only

Purpose statement

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

EMT4801 - Engineering Mathematics 4 IPR401E - Industrial Project IV

Pre/Co-requisites

Choose 6 from the following subjects. Note: Theory and Practical modules count as 1 subject

CAN401E - Circuit Analysis IV (Theory)) CAN4PRA - Circuit Analysis IV (Practical) CET401J - Clinical Engineering Technology Management IV DSP401E - Digital Signal Processing IV DSP4PRA - Digital Signal Processing IV (Practical) ECM401E - Electronic Communication 4 (Theory) ECM4PRA - Electronic Communication IV (Practical) ECT401E - Electronics IV (Theory) ECT4PRA - Electronics IV (Practical) ENM401E - Engineering Management IV ENT401I - Entrepreneurship IV (Option 1) MEQ4018 - Medical Equipment IV (Module A) (Theory) MEQ4P1F - Medical Equipment IV (Module A) (Practical) MWE401E - Microwave Engineering IV (Theory) MWE4PRA - Microwave Engineering IV (Practical) OPE401E - Opto-Electronics IV (Theory) OPE4PRA - Opto-Electronics IV (Practical) RAE401E - Radio Engineering IV (Theory) RAE4PRA - Radio Engineering IV (Practical) Co: MEQ4P1F Co: MEQ4018 Co: MWE4PRA Co: MWE401E Co: OPE4PRA Co: OPE401E Co: RAE4PRA Co: RAE401E Co: DSP4PRA Co: DSP401E Co: ECM4PRA Co: ECM401E Co: ECT4PRA Co: ECT401E Co: CAN4PRA Co: CAN401E

88

BTELN - COS

7 120

Completed National Diploma: Engineering: Electrical (S4) with Mathematics III OR National Diploma in Electrical Engineering (T3) with Mathematics III PLUS the Bridging Subject: Design Project III (DPJ391U OR National Higher Diploma in Electrical Engineering (T4) with Mathematics III,PLUS the Bridging Subject: Design Project III (DPJ391U OR Nationally or Internationally equivalent qualification.

Purpose statement

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

First Level

Compulsory. EMT4801 - Engineering Mathematics 4 IPR401E - Industrial Project IV

Pre/Co-requisites

Choose 6 from the following subjects. Note: Theory and Practical modules count as 1 subject. Students may either do ENM401E or ENT401E. CAN401E - Circuit Analysis IV (Theory)) CAN4PRA - Circuit Analysis IV (Practical) DSP401E - Digital Signal Processing IV DSP4PRA - Digital Signal Processing IV (Practical) ECT401E - Electronics IV (Theory) ECT4PRA - Electronics IV (Practical) ENM401E - Engineering Management IV ENT401I - Entrepreneurship IV (Option 1) ICT3631 - Advanced Operating System Practice INF3703 - Databases 2 INF3705 - Advanced Systems Development (Information Systems) OPE401E - Opto-Electronics IV (Theory) OPE4PRA - Opto-Electronics IV (Practical) OPE4PRA Opto-Electronics IV (Practical) Co: OPE4PRA Co: OPE401E Co: OPE401E Co: CAN4PRA Co: CAN401E Co: DSP4PRA Co: DSP401E Co: ECT4PRA Co: ECT401E

89

BTELN - PEN

7 120

Completed National Diploma: Engineering: Electrical (S4) with Mathematics III OR National Diploma in Electrical Engineering (T3) with Mathematics III PLUS the Bridging Subject: Design Project III (DPJ391U OR National Higher Diploma in Electrical Engineering (T4) with Mathematics III,PLUS the Bridging Subject: Design Project III (DPJ391U OR Nationally or Internationally equivalent qualification. Until 0

Repeaters only

Purpose statement

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

EMT4801 - Engineering Mathematics 4 IPR401E - Industrial Project IV

Pre/Co-requisites

Choose 6 from the following subjects. Note: Theory. and Practical modules count as 1 subject. Students may either do CSY401E & CSY4PRA or DCS401E.

CAN401E - Circuit Analysis IV (Theory)) CAN4PRA - Circuit Analysis IV (Practical) CSY401E - Control Systems IV (Theory) CSY4PRA - Control Systems IV (Practical) DCS401E - Digital Control Systems IV ECT401E - Electronics IV (Theory) ECT4PRA - Electronics IV (Practical) EMM401E - Electrical Machines IV (Theory) EMM4PRA - Electrical Machines IV (Practical) ENM401E - Engineering Management IV ENT401I - Entrepreneurship IV (Option 1) HVE401E - High Voltage Engineering IV (Theory) HVE4PRA - High Voltage Engineering IV (Practical) OPE401E - Opto-Electronics IV (Theory) OPE4PRA - Opto-Electronics IV (Practical) PCE401E - Power Electronics IV (Theory) PCE4PRA - Power Electronics IV (Practical) PRT401E - Protection Technology IV (Theory) PRT4PRA - Protection Technology IV (Practical) PSY401E - Power Systems IV (Theory) PSY4PRA - Power Systems IV (Practical) Co: HVE4PRA Co: HVE401E Co: OPE4PRA Co: OPE401E Co: PCE4PRA Co: PCE401E Co: PRT4PRA Co: PRT401E Co: PSY4PRA Co: PSY401E Co: ECT4PRA Co: ECT401E Co: EMM4PRA Co: EMM401E Co: CAN4PRA Co: CAN401E Co: CSY4PRA Co: CSY401E

90

BTELN - PIN

7 120

Completed National Diploma: Engineering: Electrical (S4) with Mathematics III OR National Diploma in Electrical Engineering (T3) with Mathematics III PLUS the Bridging Subject: Design Project III (DPJ391U OR National Higher Diploma in Electrical Engineering (T4) with Mathematics III,PLUS the Bridging Subject: Design Project III (DPJ391U OR Nationally or Internationally equivalent qualification. Until 0

Repeaters only

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

First Level

Compulsory. EMT4801 - Engineering Mathematics 4 IPR401E - Industrial Project IV

Pre/Co-requisites

Choose 6 from the following subjects. Note: Theory and Practical modules count as 1 subject. Students may either do ENM401E or ENT401E. CAN401E - Circuit Analysis IV (Theory)) CAN4PRA - Circuit Analysis IV (Practical) CMN401E - Computer Networks IV CSY401E - Control Systems IV (Theory) CSY4PRA - Control Systems IV (Practical) DCS401E - Digital Control Systems IV DSP401E - Digital Signal Processing IV DSP4PRA - Digital Signal Processing IV (Practical) ECT401E - Electronics IV (Theory) ECT4PRA - Electronics IV (Practical) ENM401E - Engineering Management IV ENT401I - Entrepreneurship IV (Option 1) OPE401E - Opto-Electronics IV (Theory) OPE4PRA - Opto-Electronics IV (Practical) PRS401E - Process Instrumentation IV (Theory) PRS4PRA - Process Instrumentation IV (Practical) Co: OPE4PRA Co: OPE401E Co: PRS4PRA Co: DSP4PRA Co: DSP401E Co: ECT4PRA Co: ECT401E Co: CSY4PRA Co: CSY401E Co: CAN4PRA Co: CAN401E

91

BTELN - TEL

7 120

Repeaters only

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

EMT4801 - Engineering Mathematics 4 IPR401E - Industrial Project IV

Pre/Co-requisites

Choose 6 from the following subjects. Note: Theory and Practical modules count as 1 subject. Students may either do ENM401E or ENT401E.

CAN401E - Circuit Analysis IV (Theory)) CAN4PRA - Circuit Analysis IV (Practical) CMN401E - Computer Networks IV DSP401E - Digital Signal Processing IV DSP4PRA - Digital Signal Processing IV (Practical) ECM401E - Electronic Communication 4 (Theory) ECM4PRA - Electronic Communication IV (Practical) ECT401E - Electronics IV (Theory) ECT4PRA - Electronics IV (Practical) ENM401E - Engineering Management IV ENT401I - Entrepreneurship IV (Option 1) MWE401E - Microwave Engineering IV (Theory) MWE4PRA - Microwave Engineering IV (Practical) OPE401E - Opto-Electronics IV (Theory) OPE4PRA - Opto-Electronics IV (Practical) RAE401E - Radio Engineering IV (Theory) RAE4PRA - Radio Engineering IV (Practical) SCM401E - Satellite Communications IV (Theory) SCM4PRA - Satellite Communications IV (Practical) Co: MWE4PRA Co: MWE401E Co: OPE4PRA Co: OPE401E Co: RAE4PRA Co: RAE401E Co: SCM4PRA Co: SCM401E Co: DSP4PRA Co: DSP401E Co: ECM4PRA Co: ECM401E Co: ECT4PRA Co: ECT401E Co: CAN4PRA Co: CAN401E

92

BTENC

7 120

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

Purpose statement

Chemical engineering is concerned with the manufacturing of chemicals on an industrial scale as well as with the industrial processes that convert raw materials into products that have higher economic value. in a particular manufacturing environment, there is usually a chemical engineering team. This team is usually led by a degreed Chemical Engineer, usually assisted by a Chemical Engineering Technologist or a Chemical Engineering Technician. They all obtain their qualifications from a university of technology or a university. the technologist has obtained a BTech degree and the technician a National Diploma. the team is qualified to research, develop, design, construct and operate the plants required to make any processed product. A qualified person with sufficient experience will be able to register with the Engineering Council of South Africa (ECSA) as a Professional Technologist in this field of Engineering

First Level

Compulsory. CEM4M1C - Chemical Engineering Technology IV: Fluid Flow (Module A) CEM4M2C - Chemical Engineerng Technology IV: Heat and Mass (Module B) CEM4M3C - Chemical Engineering Technology IV: Unit Operations (Module C) CHE4PRA - Chemical Engineering IV (Practical) CPD4M1C - Chemical Process Design IV: Equipment Design (Module A) CPD4M2C - Chemical Process Design IV: Plant Design (Module B) MAT3700 - Mathematics III (Engineering) PCE401C - Project: Chemical Engineering IV PCI401C - Production Engineering: Chemical Industry IV PCT401C - Process Control IV (Chemical) RTE401C - Reactor Technology IV Optional Study Unit. ENT401I - Entrepreneurship IV (Option 1)

Pre/Co-requisites

Co: RTE401C & PCT401C Co: CEM4M3C Co: CEM4M3C & CPD4M1C

Rules

IMPORTANT: Students may only register for the BTech: Engineering: Chemical if he/she: (i) can identify and complete a research project for PROJECT: CHEMICAL ENGINEERING IV (PCE401C); (ii) has access to a computer simulation design programme/package for CHEMICAL PROCESS DESIGN IV : PLANT DESIGN (Module B) such as ASPEN, CHEMCAD, PROII, etc.; (iii) can provide a mentor for each of the above study units respectively. It is the responsibility of the student to find these elsewhere.

93

BTENI

7 120

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

Purpose statement

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

ENT401I - Entrepreneurship IV (Option 1) INY401I - Information Systems IV LGE401I - Logistics Engineering IV PRE401I - Project Engineering IV PRT401I - Production Technology IV PTR401I - Project Research IV QAS401I - Quality Assurance IV SDY401I - Systems Dynamics IV

Pre/Co-requisites

94

BTINF

7 120

National Diploma in Information Technology with a 60% average for the 3rd year.

DEV401I - Advanced Development Software IV DSO401I - Development Software IV INT401I - Information and Technology Management IV PRJ4M1I - Project IV: Practical Project PRJ4M2I - Project IV: Research Script RIT4801 - Research in It

Pre/Co-requisites

Pre: DSO401I

CPS401I - Computer Security IV DBS401I - Database Systems IV NTW401I - Networks IV OPS401I - Operating Systems IV SED401I - Software Engineering and Design IV

95

BTMEE

7 120

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

Purpose statement

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

EDP401M - Engineering Design Project IV

Pre/Co-requisites

AUC401M - Automatic Control IV MOM401M - Mechanics of Machines IV

OR the following 2.

SOM401M - Strength of Materials IV STA401M - Stress Analysis IV

OR the following 2.

FMA401M - Fluid Mechanics 4 TMA401M - Turbo Machines IV

OR the following 2.

RAC401M - Refrigeration and Air Conditioning IV THD401M - Thermodynamics IV

ENV301E - Environmental Management III MMN101M - Maintenance Management PRT401I - Production Technology IV Pre: MEG291X

96

04103

7 120

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

First Level

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

Pre/Co-requisites

Co: STA4801 Co: STA4801 Co: STA4801 & STA4803 Co: STA4806 Co: STA4801 Co: STA4801 Co: STA4801 Co: STA4801 & STA4802 & STA4806 Co: STA4801 Co: STA4801

Rules

Access to a computer is a requirement.

97

04375

7 120

An appropriate Bachelors Degree with an average of 60% or more. in instances where a student does not have an average of 60% or more a submission may be made to the relevant College to allow such a student admission. Students must provide a written motivation of not more than three pages reaquesting admission to the college. Each college will determine the requirements for the motivation. However, in considering the application the college must take into account: the relevant experience, work or otherwise, of the student; the language capabilities of the student; alternative options for access into the programme; any other factor deemed necessary by the college. Pre/Co-requisites

First Level

Choose 10 from the following. HMMAT80 - Research Methods in Mathematics HRMAT81 - Honours Research Report in Mathematics Choose 7 from the following. MAT4831 - Measure Theory and Integration I MAT4832 - Measure Theory and Integration II MAT4833 - Group Theory MAT4834 - Rings and Fields MAT4835 - Set Theory MAT4836 - Topology MAT4837 - Introduction to Category Theory MAT4838 - Category Theory MAT4841 - Functional Analysis I MAT4842 - Functional Analysis II MAT4843 - Ordinary Differential Equations I MAT4844 - Ordinary Differential Equations II MAT4845 - Graph Theory I MAT4846 - Graph Theory II MAT4847 - Partial Differential Equations I MAT4848 - Partial Differential Equations II MAT4853 - Number Theory I MAT4854 - Number Theory II MAT4857 - Matrix Theory I MAT4858 - Matrix Theory II

Co: HMMAT80

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

98

98910

8 120

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

First Level

Group A. Compulsory HPSTE81 - Proposal for Honours in Mathematics, Science and Technology Education HRMCH82 - Honours Report in Chemistry Education STE4801 - Contemporary Theories of Learning and Implications for Teaching STE4802 - History and Philosophy of Science STE4803 - Research Methods in Mathematics, Science and Technology Education STE4804 - Contributions From Cognitive Science to Teaching and Learning Group B. Choose any 3 from the following: CHE4801 - Inorganic Chemistry 4 CHE4802 - Physical Chemistry 4 CHE4803 - Organic Chemistry CHE4804 - Analytical Chemistry 4 CHE4805 - Advanced Physical Inorganic Chemistry CHE4806 - Advanced Physical Organic Chemistry CHE4807 - Environmental Chemistry

Pre/Co-requisites

Pre: HPSTE81

04472

7 120

An appropriate Bachelors Degree with an average of 60% or more. in instances where a student does not have an average of 60% or more a submission may be made to the relevant College to allow such a student admission. Students must provide a written motivation of not more than three pages reaquesting admission to the college. Each college will determine the requirements for the motivation. However, in considering the application the college must take into account: the relevant experience, work or otherwise, of the student; the language capabilities of the student; alternative options for access into the programme; any other factor deemed necessary by the college. Pre/Co-requisites

First Level

Compulsory. CHE4801 - Inorganic Chemistry 4 CHE4802 - Physical Chemistry 4 CHE4803 - Organic Chemistry CHE4804 - Analytical Chemistry 4 CHE4805 - Advanced Physical Inorganic Chemistry CHE4806 - Advanced Physical Organic Chemistry CHE4807 - Environmental Chemistry CHE4808 - Honours Project

Rules

Students whose average for Chemistry III or equivalent is between 55% and 59% and fulfilled the other admission requirements stipulated above may be granted provisional admission taking into consideration the experiences of the candidate in his profession. Such students may be allowed to register for a maximum of three honours modules in consultation with the Chair of Department of Chemistry. Students may not register for any other honours modules in the following year unless he/ she has passed the three stipulated honours modules.

99

04502

7 120

AAn appropriate Bachelors Degree with an average of 60% or more. in instances where a student does not have an average of 60% or more a submission may be made to the relevant College to allow such a student admission. Students must provide a written motivation of not more than three pages reaquesting admission to the college. Each college will determine the requirements for the motivation. However, in considering the application the college must take into account: the relevant experience, work or otherwise, of the student; the language capabilities of the student; alternative options for access into the programme; any other factor deemed necessary by the college. Until 0

Repeaters only

First Level

Compulsory.

Pre/Co-requisites

Co: PHY4801 Co: HMPHY80 Co: PHY4801 Co: PHY4801 Co: PHY4803 Co: PHY4801 Co: PHY4801 Co: PHY4801

HMPHY80 - Physics Honours Research Methods HRPHY81 - Physics Honours Research Project PHY4801 - Advanced Mathematical Methods PHY4802 - Electromagnetism PHY4803 - Quantum Mechanics 1 PHY4804 - Quantum Mechanics 2 PHY4805 - Statistical Physics PHY4806 - Advanced Solid State Physics PHY4807 - Nuclear Physics

98914

8 120

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

First Level

Group A. Compulsory HPSTE81 - Proposal for Honours in Mathematics, Science and Technology Education HRMPH82 - Honours Report in Physics Education STE4801 - Contemporary Theories of Learning and Implications for Teaching STE4802 - History and Philosophy of Science STE4803 - Research Methods in Mathematics, Science and Technology Education STE4804 - Contributions From Cognitive Science to Teaching and Learning Group B. Choose any 3 from the following: PHY4801 - Advanced Mathematical Methods PHY4802 - Electromagnetism PHY4803 - Quantum Mechanics 1 PHY4804 - Quantum Mechanics 2 PHY4805 - Statistical Physics PHY4806 - Advanced Solid State Physics PHY4807 - Nuclear Physics

Pre/Co-requisites

Pre: HPSTE81

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

100

98915

8 120

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

First Level

Group A. Compulsory HPSTE81 - Proposal for Honours in Mathematics, Science and Technology Education HRMSE82 - Honours Report in Science Education STE4801 - Contemporary Theories of Learning and Implications for Teaching STE4802 - History and Philosophy of Science STE4803 - Research Methods in Mathematics, Science and Technology Education STE4804 - Contributions From Cognitive Science to Teaching and Learning Group B. Choose any 3 from the following: APM4801 - Cosmology APM4802 - Continuous Time Stochastics Processes APM4804 - Introduction to General Relativity APM4805 - Mathematics of Optimization Theory APM4806 - Riemannian Geometry and Tensor Calculus APM4808 - Numerical Solutions to Partial Differential Equations APM4809 - Optimal Control APM4810 - An Introduction to the Finite Element Method APM4811 - Applied Functional Analysis APM4812 - Introduction to Mechanics of Fluids BOT4801 - Medicinal Plant Use BOT4802 - Advanced Plant Taxonomy and Nomenclature CHE4801 - Inorganic Chemistry 4 CHE4802 - Physical Chemistry 4 CHE4803 - Organic Chemistry CHE4804 - Analytical Chemistry 4 CHE4805 - Advanced Physical Inorganic Chemistry CHE4806 - Advanced Physical Organic Chemistry CHE4807 - Environmental Chemistry CHE4808 - Honours Project COS4807 - Formal Logic COS4851 - Logic-Based Reasoning COS4852 - Machine Learning COS4892 - Formal Program Verification INF4817 - Software Engineering INF4820 - Human-Computer Interaction INF4825 - Software Project Management INF4831 - Information Security INF4860 - E-Learning: Concepts and Principles INF4883 - Enterprise Architecture MAT4831 - Measure Theory and Integration I MAT4832 - Measure Theory and Integration II MAT4833 - Group Theory MAT4834 - Rings and Fields MAT4835 - Set Theory MAT4836 - Topology MAT4837 - Introduction to Category Theory

Pre/Co-requisites

Pre: HPSTE81

101

First Level

MAT4841 - Functional Analysis I MAT4842 - Functional Analysis II MAT4843 - Ordinary Differential Equations I MAT4844 - Ordinary Differential Equations II MAT4845 - Graph Theory I MAT4846 - Graph Theory II MAT4847 - Partial Differential Equations I MAT4848 - Partial Differential Equations II MAT4853 - Number Theory I MAT4854 - Number Theory II MAT4857 - Matrix Theory I MAT4858 - Matrix Theory II PHY4801 - Advanced Mathematical Methods PHY4802 - Electromagnetism PHY4803 - Quantum Mechanics 1 PHY4804 - Quantum Mechanics 2 PHY4805 - Statistical Physics PHY4806 - Advanced Solid State Physics PHY4807 - Nuclear Physics STA4801 - Matrix Methods in Statistics STA4802 - Multivariate Distribution Theory STA4803 - Linear Models STA4804 - Regression STA4805 - Research Project in Statistics STA4806 - Advanced Research Methods in Statistics STA4807 - Time Series STA4808 - Survival Analysis STA4809 - Nonparametric Regression STA4810 - Methods of Multivariate Analysis STA4811 - Probability and Stochastic Processes STA4812 - Inference

Pre/Co-requisites

Co: MAT4841 Co: MAT4843 Co: MAT4845 Co: MAT4847 Co: MAT4853 Co: MAT4857 Co: PHY4801 Co: PHY4801 Co: PHY4803 Co: PHY4801 Co: PHY4801 Co: PHY4801 Co: STA4801 Co: STA4801 Co: STA4801 & STA4803 Co: STA4806 Co: STA4801 Co: STA4801 Co: STA4801 Co: STA4801 & STA4802 & STA4806 Co: STA4801 Co: STA4801

102

98912

8 120

First Level

Group A. Compulsory BOT4802 - Advanced Plant Taxonomy and Nomenclature HES4807 - Conservation Ecology HPSTE81 - Proposal for Honours in Mathematics, Science and Technology Education HRMLS82 - Honours Report in Life Science Education STE4801 - Contemporary Theories of Learning and Implications for Teaching STE4802 - History and Philosophy of Science STE4803 - Research Methods in Mathematics, Science and Technology Education STE4804 - Contributions From Cognitive Science to Teaching and Learning Group B. Choose 1 from the following: BOT4801 - Medicinal Plant Use HES4803 - Ecotoxicology

Pre/Co-requisites

Pre: HPSTE81

103

04561

7 120

An appropriate Bachelors Degree with an average of 60% or more. in instances where a student does not have an average of 60% or more a submission may be made to the relevant College to allow such a student admission. Students must provide a written motivation of not more than three pages reaquesting admission to the college. Each college will determine the requirements for the motivation. However, in considering the application the college must take into account: the relevant experience, work or otherwise, of the student; the language capabilities of the student; alternative options for access into the programme; any other factor deemed necessary by the college. Pre/Co-requisites

First Level

Compulsory. AST4880 - Galaxies I AST4883 - Radiative Processes HMAST80 - Research Methods: Astronomy HRAST81 - Honours Research Report: Astronomy Choose 5 from the following. APM4801 - Cosmology APM4804 - Introduction to General Relativity APM4805 - Mathematics of Optimization Theory APM4806 - Riemannian Geometry and Tensor Calculus APM4808 - Numerical Solutions to Partial Differential Equations APM4809 - Optimal Control APM4810 - An Introduction to the Finite Element Method APM4811 - Applied Functional Analysis APM4812 - Introduction to Mechanics of Fluids AST4870 - Special Topics in Astrophysics AST4871 - Special Topics in Astrophysics AST4872 - Special Topics in Astrophysics AST4873 - Special Topics in Astrophysics AST4874 - Special Topics in Astrophysics AST4875 - Special Topics in Astrophysics AST4876 - Special Topics in Astrophysics AST4877 - Special Topics in Astrophysics AST4878 - Special Topics in Astrophysics AST4879 - Special Topics in Astrophysics AST4881 - Galaxies II AST4882 - Astrophysics of Dust AST4884 - Atomic and Molecular Spectroscopy PHY4801 - Advanced Mathematical Methods PHY4802 - Electromagnetism PHY4803 - Quantum Mechanics 1 PHY4804 - Quantum Mechanics 2 PHY4805 - Statistical Physics PHY4806 - Advanced Solid State Physics PHY4807 - Nuclear Physics

Co: HMAST80

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

104

98909

8 120

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

First Level

Group A. Compulsory HPSTE81 - Proposal for Honours in Mathematics, Science and Technology Education HRMAS82 - Honours Report in Astronomy Education STE4801 - Contemporary Theories of Learning and Implications for Teaching STE4802 - History and Philosophy of Science STE4803 - Research Methods in Mathematics, Science and Technology Education STE4804 - Contributions From Cognitive Science to Teaching and Learning Group B. Choose any 3 from the following: AST4870 - Special Topics in Astrophysics AST4871 - Special Topics in Astrophysics AST4872 - Special Topics in Astrophysics AST4873 - Special Topics in Astrophysics AST4874 - Special Topics in Astrophysics AST4875 - Special Topics in Astrophysics AST4876 - Special Topics in Astrophysics AST4877 - Special Topics in Astrophysics AST4878 - Special Topics in Astrophysics AST4879 - Special Topics in Astrophysics AST4880 - Galaxies I AST4881 - Galaxies II AST4882 - Astrophysics of Dust AST4884 - Atomic and Molecular Spectroscopy

Pre/Co-requisites

Pre: HPSTE81

105

0457X

7 120

First Level

Choose 10 from the following. HMAPM80 - Research Methods in Applied Mathematics HRAPM81 - Honours Research Project in Applied Mathematics Choose 7 from the following.. APM4801 - Cosmology APM4802 - Continuous Time Stochastics Processes APM4804 - Introduction to General Relativity APM4805 - Mathematics of Optimization Theory APM4806 - Riemannian Geometry and Tensor Calculus APM4808 - Numerical Solutions to Partial Differential Equations APM4809 - Optimal Control APM4810 - An Introduction to the Finite Element Method APM4811 - Applied Functional Analysis APM4812 - Introduction to Mechanics of Fluids MAT4847 - Partial Differential Equations I MAT4848 - Partial Differential Equations II

Pre: HMAPM80

Co: MAT4847

106

04588

7 120

First Level

Choose 10 from the following. HMMAT80 - Research Methods in Mathematics HRMAT81 - Honours Research Report in Mathematics MAT4838 - Category Theory Choose 7 from the following. MAT4831 - Measure Theory and Integration I MAT4832 - Measure Theory and Integration II MAT4833 - Group Theory MAT4834 - Rings and Fields MAT4835 - Set Theory MAT4836 - Topology MAT4837 - Introduction to Category Theory MAT4841 - Functional Analysis I MAT4842 - Functional Analysis II MAT4843 - Ordinary Differential Equations I MAT4844 - Ordinary Differential Equations II MAT4845 - Graph Theory I MAT4846 - Graph Theory II MAT4847 - Partial Differential Equations I MAT4848 - Partial Differential Equations II MAT4853 - Number Theory I MAT4854 - Number Theory II MAT4857 - Matrix Theory I MAT4858 - Matrix Theory II

Pre: HMMAT80

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

107

98913

8 120

First Level

Group A. Compulsory HPSTE81 - Proposal for Honours in Mathematics, Science and Technology Education HRMMA82 - Honours Report in Mathematics Education STE4801 - Contemporary Theories of Learning and Implications for Teaching STE4802 - History and Philosophy of Science STE4803 - Research Methods in Mathematics, Science and Technology Education STE4804 - Contributions From Cognitive Science to Teaching and Learning Group B. Choose any 3 from the following: APM4801 - Cosmology APM4802 - Continuous Time Stochastics Processes APM4804 - Introduction to General Relativity APM4805 - Mathematics of Optimization Theory APM4806 - Riemannian Geometry and Tensor Calculus APM4808 - Numerical Solutions to Partial Differential Equations APM4809 - Optimal Control APM4810 - An Introduction to the Finite Element Method APM4811 - Applied Functional Analysis APM4812 - Introduction to Mechanics of Fluids MAT4831 - Measure Theory and Integration I MAT4832 - Measure Theory and Integration II MAT4833 - Group Theory MAT4834 - Rings and Fields MAT4835 - Set Theory MAT4836 - Topology MAT4837 - Introduction to Category Theory MAT4841 - Functional Analysis I MAT4842 - Functional Analysis II MAT4843 - Ordinary Differential Equations I MAT4844 - Ordinary Differential Equations II MAT4845 - Graph Theory I MAT4846 - Graph Theory II MAT4847 - Partial Differential Equations I MAT4848 - Partial Differential Equations II MAT4853 - Number Theory I MAT4854 - Number Theory II MAT4857 - Matrix Theory I MAT4858 - Matrix Theory II

Pre/Co-requisites

Pre: HPSTE81

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

108

04596

7 120

An appropriate Bachelors Degree with an average of 60% or more. in instances where a student does not have an average of 60% or more a submission may be made to the relevant College to allow such a student admission. Students must provide a written motivation of not more than three pages reaquesting admission to the college. Each college will determine the requirements for the motivation. However, in considering the application the college must take into account: the relevant experience, work or otherwise, of the student; the language capabilities of the student; alternative options for access into the programme; any other factor deemed necessary by the college. Until 0

Repeaters only

First Level

Compulsory.

Pre/Co-requisites

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

Rules

Access to a computer is a requirement.

109

98916

8 120

First Level

Group A. Compulsory HPSTE81 - Proposal for Honours in Mathematics, Science and Technology Education HRMST82 - Honours Report in Statistics Education STE4801 - Contemporary Theories of Learning and Implications for Teaching STE4802 - History and Philosophy of Science STE4803 - Research Methods in Mathematics, Science and Technology Education STE4804 - Contributions From Cognitive Science to Teaching and Learning Group B. Choose any 3 from the following: STA4801 - Matrix Methods in Statistics STA4802 - Multivariate Distribution Theory STA4803 - Linear Models STA4804 - Regression STA4805 - Research Project in Statistics STA4806 - Advanced Research Methods in Statistics STA4807 - Time Series STA4808 - Survival Analysis STA4809 - Nonparametric Regression STA4810 - Methods of Multivariate Analysis STA4811 - Probability and Stochastic Processes STA4812 - Inference

Pre/Co-requisites

Pre: HPSTE81

Co: STA4801 Co: STA4801 Co: STA4801, STA4803 Co: STA4806 Co: STA4801 Co: STA4801 Co: STA4801 Co: STA4801, STA4802 & STA4806 Co: STA4801 Co: STA4801

110

04693

7 120

Completed Bachelors degree, with an average of 60% in the relevant major subject. Until 2013

First Level

This curriculum comprises of 10 modules, include at least 5 INF modules COS4807 - Formal Logic COS4840 - Ontology Engineering COS4851 - Logic-Based Reasoning COS4852 - Machine Learning COS4861 - Natural Language Processing COS4892 - Formal Program Verification INF412H - Research Project INF4817 - Software Engineering INF4820 - Human-Computer Interaction INF4825 - Software Project Management INF4831 - Information Security INF4860 - E-Learning: Concepts and Principles INF4883 - Enterprise Architecture

Pre/Co-requisites

Rules

Transitional Arrangements: the following modules are being offered for the last time in 2011, and students who still need to do INF462T, will have to convert to the new degree. COS405A - Computability Theory COS408D - Data Structures and Algorithms COS416D - Theory of Program Languages l COS430B - Advanced Computer Networks COS462K - Research for Computing (Computer Science) INF418P - Database: Advanced Concepts INF450P - IS Development: Methodologies, Techniques and tools INF461S - Capita Selecta: Strategies IS Planning INF462T - Research for Computing (Information Systems) INF482X - Software Specification Techniques

111

04545

7 120

Completed Bachelors degree, with an average of 60% in the relevant major subject. Until 2013

First Level

This curriculum comprises of 10 modules, include at least 5 COS modules. COS4807 - Formal Logic COS4840 - Ontology Engineering COS4851 - Logic-Based Reasoning COS4852 - Machine Learning COS4861 - Natural Language Processing COS4892 - Formal Program Verification COS498X - Project INF4817 - Software Engineering INF4820 - Human-Computer Interaction INF4825 - Software Project Management INF4831 - Information Security INF4860 - E-Learning: Concepts and Principles INF4883 - Enterprise Architecture

Pre/Co-requisites

Rules

Transitional Arrangements: the following modules are being offered for the last time in 2011, and students who still need to do COS462K, will have to convert to the new degree. COS405A - Computability Theory COS408D - Data Structures and Algorithms COS416D - Theory of Program Languages l COS430B - Advanced Computer Networks COS462K - Research for Computing (Computer Science) INF418P - Database: Advanced Concepts INF450P - IS Development: Methodologies, Techniques and tools INF461S - Capita Selecta: Strategies IS Planning INF462T - Research for Computing (Information Systems) INF482X - Software Specification Techniques

112

98908

8 120

the student must have an average of 60% for a major subject in Computer Science or Information Systems in a BSc degree (or equivalent qualification) obtained in the past 10 years. If only an average of 55-59% has been attained, a student may be given provisional registration, in which case he/she will be allowed to register for three specified honours modules, and will only be allowed full registration if these modules are passed in the first year of registration. If an average of 50-54% is attained, the student may be required to complete three specified third level modules (in Computer Science or Information Systems) for which an average of 60% must be attained. If the qualification is too old, the student will need to supply proof of recent, relevant work experience, otherwise he/she may be required to complete three specified third level modules. Pre/Co-requisites

First Level

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

Pre: HPCOS81

98917

8 120

First Level

Group A. Compulsory HPSTE81 - Proposal for Honours in Mathematics, Science and Technology Education HRMTE82 - Honours Report in Technology Education STE4801 - Contemporary Theories of Learning and Implications for Teaching STE4802 - History and Philosophy of Science STE4803 - Research Methods in Mathematics, Science and Technology Education STE4804 - Contributions From Cognitive Science to Teaching and Learning Group B. Choose any 3 from the following: INF4817 - Software Engineering INF4820 - Human-Computer Interaction INF4825 - Software Project Management INF4831 - Information Security INF4860 - E-Learning: Concepts and Principles INF4883 - Enterprise Architecture

Pre/Co-requisites

Pre: HPSTE81

113

98911

8 120

First Level

Group A. Compulsory HPSTE81 - Proposal for Honours in Mathematics, Science and Technology Education HRMCO82 - Honours Report in Computing Education STE4801 - Contemporary Theories of Learning and Implications for Teaching STE4802 - History and Philosophy of Science STE4803 - Research Methods in Mathematics, Science and Technology Education STE4804 - Contributions From Cognitive Science to Teaching and Learning Group B. Choose any 3 from the following: COS4807 - Formal Logic COS4851 - Logic-Based Reasoning COS4852 - Machine Learning COS4892 - Formal Program Verification COS4840 - Ontology Engineering COS4861 - Natural language Processing

Pre/Co-requisites

Pre: HPSTE81

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First Level Compulsory

INF4817 Software Engineering INF4831 Information Security

05282

7 120

Completed Bachelors degree, with an average of 60% in the relevant major subject. Until 2013

Pre/Co-requisites

INF4820 Human-Computer Interaction INF4825 Software Project Management INF412H Research Project

Accounting Auditing Internal Auditing Business Management Economics Industrial Psychology Quantitative Management Transport Economics Logistics

Rules

Honours modules in Information Systems assume that students have experience in programming. If you lack programming experience, we highly recommend that you register for either INF1511 and/or (COS1511 and COS1512) for non-degree purposes. Access to the Internet is a requirement for students registering for an Honours degree in Business Informatics. Access to the Internet can be cost-effectively obtained through Internet Cafes if a student does not have access to the Internet at work or at home. Transitional Arrangements: the following modules are being offered for the last time in 2011, and students who still need to do INF418P or INF450P, will have to convert to the new curriculum, 98450 degree. INF418P - Database: Advanced Concepts INF450P - IS Development: Methodologies, Techniques and tools INF462T - Research for Computing (Information Systems) INF482X - Software Specification Techniques

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98450

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BCom or BCompt degree or another approved degree in the Economic and Management Sciences, and must have passed Informatics III (or an equivalent course) with an average of at least 60%. Pre/Co-requisites

First Level

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

Pre: HPCOS81

Pre: BAN3702 Pre: MNF3015 Pre: MNI301J Pre: INV3701, INV3702 & INV3703

Pre: MNG301A

05622

7 120

A BSc with a major in Statistics, must have passed four third year level modules in Operations Research, must be proficient in a scientific programming language, and must have a sound working knowledge of data structures and databases. Until 2013

HONDANE - Decision Analysis HONNNSH - Neural Networks HONPR1B - Project I (Honours Quantitative Management) HONPR2C - Project II STA4801 - Matrix Methods in Statistics STA4806 - Advanced Research Methods in Statistics STA4809 - Nonparametric Regression

Pre/Co-requisites

Rules

Note that the prescribed courses will change in 2013. Please contact the Department of statistics for advice.

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