Faculty of Humanities/Humanities 2014

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<ul><li>1.University of Pretoria Undergraduate Faculty Brochure Humanities 2014/15 www.up.ac.za2014/15 </li></ul><p>2. i Faculty of Humanities Message from the Dean Message from the Dean As one of the oldest humanities faculties in South Africa, the Faculty of Humanities is widely recognised for its excellent contribution to teaching, research and community engagement, and attracts academics and students who are passionate about the human sciences and the contribution these sciences make to society. The Faculty is committed to equipping students with the skills and knowledge necessary to excel in their professional careers and in other spheres of life. The Faculty offers an exciting range of study programmes and discipline-based majors. BA General offers students considerable freedom to select and combine their core and elective modules from the available disciplines. Other study programmes specify either partially or fully the modules that students have to take. In the light of this diversity of study programmes, students need the advice and guidance of academics in the Faculty to assist them in considering alternatives carefully before they make a final decision on the most appropriate choice for their interests and career ambitions. With its 17 academic departments, three teaching and research units, three institutes, five centres and a psychology clinic, the Faculty contributes significantly to the development of South Africas human capital and potential by producing well-rounded graduates, many of whom go on to careers and/or postgraduate studies both locally and abroad. The Facultys academic curricula, research activities and community engagement initiatives not only address the diverse needs of local communities, but also contribute significantly to international endeavours and debates in the human sciences. Prof Norman Duncan Dean: Faculty of Humanities Molaeta go twa go Hlogo ya Lefapha Ye nngwe ya mafapha a bomotho a kgalekgale mo Afrika Borwa, Lefapha la Bomotho Yunibesithing ya Pretoria le tsebega kgole le kgauswi ka lebaka la meomo ya lona e mekaonekaone go ruteng, dinyakiiong le thomianong le sethaba, gomme e goga edi ya bafahloi le baithuti bao ba ratago disaense ta bomotho le tema ye e kgathwago ke disaense te sethababeng. Lefapha le ineete go fa baithuti mabokgoni le tsebo ye e hlokagalago gore ba ome gabotse meomong ya bona ya profeenale le ka makaleng a mangwe a bophelo. Lefapha le aba palo ya go thabia ya mananeo a thuto le dithutokgolo teo di theilwego. BA Kakareto e fa baithuti tokologo ye kgolo ya go kgetha le go kopanya dithuto ta bona ta kgapeleto le ta boikgethelo go twa makaleng ao a lego gona. Mananeo a mangwe a thuto a hlaola dimotule ta nako ka moka goba a nakonyana ao baithuti ba swanetego go ithuta ona. Ka ge o filwe mananeo a rena a go fapafapana, Lefapha le fa baithuti monyetla wa go amogela dikeleto le tlhahlo ya bafahloi bao ba nago le tsebo ya maemo a godimo go ba thua ka go gopodiia kgetho ya dithuto ta bona gabotse pele ba tea sephetho sa mafelelo ka ga kgetho ya maleba go feta te dingwe ya dikgahlego le ditumo ta bona ta moomo. Ka dikgoro ta lona ta thuto te 17, makala a mararo a go ruta/dinyakiio, diinstithute te tharo, le disenthara te hlano le kliniki ya saekholoti, Lefapha le kgatha tema ye kgolo go tlhabollo ya bokgoni bja batho ya Afrika Borwa le kgonagalo ya go tweleta dialoga te di nago le tsebo ye nti, bao bonti bja bona bo twelago pele go oma le/goba go ithutela ditikrii ta godimo bobedi ka mo gare ga naga le dinageng di ele. Lenaneothuto la Lefapha, meomo ya dinyakiio le diproteke ta go omiana le sethaba ga di ogane fela le dinyakwa ta go fapafapana ta dithaba ta tikologo, eupa gape le kgatha tema ye kgolo go diproteke le go dipolediano ta bodithabathaba ka disaenseng ta bomotho le ta leago. Prof Norman Duncan Hlogo ya Lefapha: Lefapha la Bomotho 3. Faculty of Humanities ii Content Produced by the Client Service Centre in November 2013. Comments and queries can be directed to csc@up.ac.za or tel: +27 (0)12 420 3111. Disclaimer: This publication contains information about regulations, policies, tuition fees, curricula and programmes of the University of Pretoria applicable at the time of printing. Amendments to or updating of the information in this publication may be effected from time to time without prior notification. The accuracy, correctness or validity of the information contained in this publication is therefore not guaranteed by the University at any given time and is always subject to verification. The user is kindly requested to verify the correctness of the published information with the University at all times. Failure to do so will not give rise to any claim or action of any nature against the University by any party whatsoever. Content Message from the Dean.........................................................................................................................................................i Undergraduate study programmes........................................................................................................................................1 Why a study programme in the Humanities?........................................................................................................................4 Undergraduate study programmes in the Faculty.................................................................................................................4 Departments and teaching units in the Faculty.....................................................................................................................4 Subjects in the Faculty..........................................................................................................................................................5 Professional study programmes.......................................................................................................................................6 - Bachelor of Communication Pathology BCommunication Pathology.................................................................6 - BCommunication Pathology (Audiology)........................................................................................................................6 - BCommunication Pathology (Speech-Language Pathology).........................................................................................6 - BSW Bachelor of Social Work.................................................................................................................................7 - Bachelor of Arts in Human Movement Science Note: Please refer to the note on page 8.......................................8 - BA Human Movement Science .....................................................................................................................................8 - BA Human Movement Science Option: Sports Psychology...........................................................................................8 - Other..............................................................................................................................................................................8 - BA General (Psychology)............................................................................................................................................8 - BA (Law).........................................................................................................................................................................8 Specialised study programmes.........................................................................................................................................9 - Bachelor of Arts Languages.......................................................................................................................................9 - BA Languages................................................................................................................................................................9 - BA Languages (English Studies) .................................................................................................................................11 - Bachelor of Political Sciences BPolSci................................................................................................................11 - BPolSci (International Studies) ...................................................................................................................................12 - BPolSci (Political Studies)............................................................................................................................................12 - Bachelor of Social Sciences BSocSci...................................................................................................................13 - BSocSci (Industrial Sociology and Labour Studies).....................................................................................................13 - BSocSci (Philosophy, Politics and Economics) [PPE]..................................................................................................13 - Bachelor of Heritage and Cultural Sciences BHCS.............................................................................................14 - BHCS (Heritage and Cultural Tourism)........................................................................................................................14 - Bachelor of Sports Sciences BSportSci Note: Please refer to the note on page 15............................................15 - BSportSci Bachelor of Sports Sciences ..................................................................................................................15 - BSportSci Bachelor of Sports Sciences Option: Golf................................................................................................15 - Bachelor of Arts in Sport and Leisure Studies........................................................................................................15 - BA Sport and Leisure Studies......................................................................................................................................15 Option: Sport and Recreation Management.................................................................................................................15 Option: Sport Psychology.............................................................................................................................................16 Option: Sport and Leisure in Society............................................................................................................................16 Option: Sport Coaching Sciences................................................................................................................................16 - Bachelor and Bachelor of Arts in the Visual and Performing Arts........................................................................16 - BA Fine Arts ................................................................................................................................................................16 - BA Information Design ................................................................................................................................................17 - BA (Visual Studies) .....................................................................................................................................................18 - BA (Music) ...................................................................................................................................................................18 - Bachelor of Music BMus ..........................................................................................................................................18 - BA (Drama)..................................................................................................................................................................19 BA General......................................................................................................................................................................20 - BA General................................................................................................................................................................20 - BA (Extended programme)...........................................................................................................................................21 Certificate in Sports Sciences Note: Please refer to the note on page 21.......................................................................21 General information..........................................................................................................................................................21 - Faculty-specific information..........................................................................................................................................21 - Client Service Centre contact details...........................................................................................................................21 - GPS coordinates of UP campuses...............................................................................................................................21 - UP banking details.......................................................................................................................................................21 - Welcoming Day and the Programme for Registration and Start of the Academic Year ..............................................21 - Applications..................................................................................................................................................................22 - Admission (new first-year students).............................................................................................................................22 - National Benchmark Test (NBT)...................................................................................................................................22 - Language policy and medium of instruction.................................................................................................................22 - Academic Information Management (AIM)...................................................................................................................22 - Academic literacy for first-year students......................................................................................................................22 - Bursaries, awards and loans (financial aid).................................................................................................................22 - Fees.......................................................................................................</p>