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1 PROSPECTUS 2015 BA DEGREE (3 YEARS) WITH MAJORS IN: PSYCHOLOGY INDUSTRIAL PSYCHOLOGY EDUCATION The Institute of Christian Psychology is a site of delivery of Die Afrikaanse Protestantse Akademie NPC, a registered private higher education institution (DHET Registration Certificate Nr 1999/ HE08/001 for the BA degree). 1

2 Short courses: Pastoral Care and Counselling (PCC) Postgraduate Bridging course in Pastoral/Christian Counselling Emotional Logic Counselling Children Anger Management Christian Perspective on People Management Mathematics English Marriage Preparation Christian Counselling Crisis and Trauma Counselling Development Theory HIV/Aids Counselling Marriage Counselling Biblical Studies Counselling the Adolescent Workshops: Systematic Training for Effective Parenting (STEP) Emotional Logic Tel: +27(0) / +27 (0) / +27 (0) Fax: / Address: 8 Cachet Road, Lambton, Germiston, RSA 2

3 PROSPECTUS FOR THE ACADEMIC YEAR 2015 Obtainable free of charge from the ICP Germiston Campus Copyright reserved ICP Institute of Christian Psychology Contact Details: Tel: +27 (0) or +27 (0) / 0209 Cell: +27 (0) Fax: +27 (0) Cachet Road, Lambton, Germiston, RSA, 1401 PO Box 15040, Lambton, South Africa,

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5 ICP PROSPECTUS 2015 TABLE OF CONTENTS OVERVIEW OF INSTITUTE OF CHRISTIAN PSYCHOLOGY 4 STUDYING AT THE ICP 8 BACHELOR OF ARTS DEGREE [BA] 15 BACHELOR OF PSYCHOLOGY DEGREE [B PSYCH] 19 NON-DEGREE PURPOSE STUDIES 24 SCHOOLS, SUBJECTS AND SYLLABI 25 3

6 OVERVIEW OF INSTITUTE OF CHRISTIAN PSYCHOLOGY INTRODUCTION The Institute of Christian Psychology started as an initiative by Prof dr Nicolene Joubert to present a BA and B Psych degree majoring in Psychology and Christian Psychology. Christian Psychology is an approach to Psychology that emphasizes a holistic approach to the scientific study of human behaviour. A holistic approach includes the critical studying of human behaviour on an intra-psychological, interpersonal, socio-economical and spiritual level. The Institute of Christian Psychology is a site of delivery of Die Afrikaanse Protestantse Akademie NPC, a registered private higher education institution (DHET Registration Certificate Nr 1999/HE08/001). The Institute of Christian Psychology offers a Bachelor of Arts and a Bachelor of Psychology degree. The BA and Bachelor of Psychology degrees are awarded by Die Afrikaanse Protestantse Akademie NPC and are accepted nationally as BA and B Psych degrees for further studies. The Directors of Die Afrikaanse Protestantse Akademie NPC are: Prof. dr. JAE Adendorff (Vice-Chancellor and Rector) Mnr. JPB Blignaut Mnr. JG Brink Ds. MR Burger Mnr. JHE du Plessis Ds. IP du Preez (Chancellor) Mnr. AG du Toit Ds. AJ Ferreira Mnr. GJ Jansen van Rensburg Prof. dr. NL Joubert Mnr. HR Lemmer Prof. dr. R Marè (Dean: Faculty of Theology) Prof. dr. SD Nel (Registrar) Mnr. WDR Scholtz Mnr. AS Schutte Prof. dr. GDS Smit (Dean: Faculty of Arts) Ds. WJA van Schalkwyk Ds. W van Zyl The senior management is: Prof. dr. JAE Adendorff (Rector) Prof. dr. J Bosman Prof. dr. R Marè (Dean: Faculty of Theology) Prof. dr. SD Nel (Registrar) Prof. dr. GDS Smit (Dean: Faculty of Arts) Prof. dr. FAH van Staden VISION The vision is to provide opportunities to access lifelong post-school education and training that could improve quality of life and contribute towards a peaceful and God-honouring society. MISSION We provide higher education to all people, respecting individual learners and aiming at excellence and the development of progressive and diverse learning communities. We pursue this goal by revering religious and spiritual processes, the creation of knowledge, critical thinking and the expression of ideas. 4

7 VALUES We strive to provide excellent education by the rigorous implementation of higher education policies and quality assurance processes and by continuous personal and professional development. Individual learners and their own learning styles are respected as diversity is endorsed as a constructive contributing factor of higher education. Continuous personal and professional development of all staff members contribute to high standards of work and progressiveness. The ICP team values integrity and strives to equip and support learners to develop social responsibility and to find meaning in life by increasing their awareness of social processes. Students are encouraged to work in a disciplined fashion and to assume responsibility for their personal actions. Spiritual growth as well as reflection and critical thinking are highly valued as it aids students in their lives. LEADERSHIP MESSAGE FROM HEAD AND FOUNDER The Institute of Christian Psychology was founded in 2000 with the aim to provide education in the field of Psychology and develop the field of Christian Psychology. We have now broadened our vision to include additional schools and provide opportunities in a wider variety of career paths. In this respect we have included additional subjects, such as Education. We have highly talented and committed teaching and support staff members working together to provide an environment in which students can thrive. Our doors are open to all students as we respect and value diversity. Further to this, we place a high premium on Christian spirituality and opportunities and support for spiritual development and growth is provided. Christian faith serves as the backbone for all our activities as well as instilling hope, love and service. We strive to serve the communities of South Africa and welcome everybody interested in sharing this ideal. Prof dr Joubert is a registered Counselling Psychologist in private practice as well as a teacher, who obtained her Master s degree from UNISA and later went on to obtain her Ph.D in Psychology from Northwest University. Prof dr Joubert is a well-known speaker on the effects of trauma and the development of Dissociative Identity Disorder. Prof dr Joubert is the President of the Association of Christian Counsellors in South Africa(ACC). She is a lifelong honorary member of The Red Cross Society and the Women s Federation. She is also a member of organizations such as the Psychological Society of South Africa (PsySSA),and the International Society for the Study of Trauma and Dissociation (ISSTD). Prof dr Joubert s publications include amongst others: Joubert, N.L., Venter, C.A. & Venter, C.J.H. (2004). The development and evaluate on of a Biblically based therapy program for a congregation. In die Skriflig, 38(1), Joubert, N.L. (2008). An African Perspective on Miracles. In J.H. Ellens (Ed.), Miracles: God, Science, and Psychology in the Paranormal, Joubert, N.L. (2009) How Christian Spirituality Spurs Mental Health. In J.H. Ellens (Ed.), The Healing Power of Spirituality, Joubert, Nicolene L. & Joubert, Zelmarie, E. (2011). Evil in film: Portrayal and Biblical critique. In J.H. Ellens (Ed.), Explaining Evil. Prof dr Joubert was a keynote speaker at the following conferences/symposia: 2010: University of Ostrog, Ukraine, 2011: IGNIS annual conference, Germany; European Movement for Christian Anthropology, Psychology and Psychotherapy, Moscow Russia; 2012: Association for Christian Counselling Conference, Finland. 2014: Association for Christian Counselling Conference, Finland. Prof dr Joubert presented a seminar on Psychological and Cultural Trauma in Krasnoyarsk, Siberia, Russia in 2010 and presented lectures in Crisis & Trauma and Development Psychology at a Family Counselling Centre in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia in Prof dr Joubert presented on the following topic: The Impact of Worldview / Spirituality on a Therapeutic Process at the World Conference for Psychotherapy International held in Durban, South Africa in Prof dr Joubert was also the keynote speaker at the Grief Share SA National Conference held in Cape Town, South Africa in September MESSAGE FROM REGISTRAR At the ICP we are passionate to empower students to effectively deal with demands of life but more importantly to equip students to help others to live an optimal life. By embarking on studies at the ICP a student can expect a journey of spiritual, intellectual and psychological development and the acquiring of new skills. The ICP is a partner on this journey and through excellence and professional service rendering we support students to achieve their potential. We would like to invite you to accept the challenge to become a professional person that facilitates change in your world. Ms Marzaan van Staden is the Registrar at the ICP. She has been working at the ICP since The Registrar s office is responsible to manage all registration, administrative and selected academic processes at the ICP. 5

8 ADVISORY BOARD MEMBERS Dr G Schwär: BA, BA(Hons), HDE, MA (Counselling Psychology), DPhil (Psychology) Dr S Kotzé: Hons (Industrial Sociology), MA (Industrial Sociology), PhD (Industrial Sociology) Dr H Meyer: BA, BA Hons, MA (Counselling Psychology), D.Phil Ms D Khomari: Bcur (leta), BSc Hons, MSc (Clinical Psychology) ACADEMIC PERSONNEL FULL TIME TUTORS Prof dr NL Joubert: Head of Institute of Christian Psychology: BA (Psychology, Afrikaans-Nederlands & Biblical Studies), HED, BA Hons (Psychology), MA (Counselling Psychology), PhD (Psychology) Dr DR du Plessis: BA Ed, BEd, MEd (Psychology of Education), D Ed (Psychology of Education) Ms C Shuenyane: BA, BA Hons, MA (Psychology) Ms R Snyman: BA, Hons (Psychology), MA (Counselling Psychology) Ms B Katabua: BSocSci (Psychology), BA Hons (Psychology), Med (Educational Psychology) Ms F Doman: BSocSci (Psychology), B Psych, MSocSci (Research Psychology), MSocSci (Counselling Psychology) PART TIME TUTORS Dr B Coetzee: BA, BD, M DiV, PhD Ms T Lombard: BPrimEd, BEd, MEd Ms MJ Kruger: BSc (Psychology), BA Hons, MA (Psychology) Mr WM Joubert: MBA Ms C Joubert: BA, BA Hons SCHOOLS OF STUDY SCHOOL OF PSYCHOLOGY SCHOOL OF SOCIAL SCIENCES SCHOOL OF HUMANITIES 6

9 COURSES BACHELOR OF ARTS DEGREE [BA] BACHELOR OF PSYCHOLOGY DEGREE [B PSYCH] TEACH OUT PROGRAMME NON-DEGREE PURPOSE STUDIES (NDP) LANGUAGE OF INSTRUCTION The primary language of instruction at the Institute of Christian Psychology is English. STUDENT RESOURCES REQUIRED Access to internet Valid address MS Word 2010 or later The ICP corresponds primarily via the student web and with students Students that do not have a suitable computer or laptop, can buy a 7 tablet (portable computer) from the ICP The life appeared; we have seen it and testify to it, and we proclaim to you the eternal life, which was with the Father and has appeared to us. 1 John 1:2 7

10 STUDYING AT THE ICP APPLICATIONS HOW TO APPLY You can use the following methods to apply for studies: Request an application form from the ICP administration offices. Contact Ms M van Staden at: o Telephone number(s): +27 (0) /0209, +27 (0) or +27 (0) (mobile) o o Fax Number: +27 (0) (fax to ) Completed application forms can be hand delivered at the ICP offices at 8 Cachet Road, Lambton, Germiston, 1401 or posted to: ICP, PO Box 15040, Lambton, South Africa, 1414 Students apply to be admitted for studies. All applications are reviewed and if all prerequisites are met a student may be admitted for studies at the ICP. Admission is not automatic. DOCUMENTATION TO INCLUDE WITH YOUR APPLICATION Completed application form Certified copy of ID of prospective student Certified copy of ID of person responsible for student s account A copy of an electricity, telephone or similar bill which confirms the person responsible for the account s physical address Certified copy of prospective student s Grade 12 National Senior Certificate/South African Senior Certificate and a certified copy of the school report Certified copies of prospective student s academic record(s) and degree certificate(s), diploma(s) and/or certificate(s). Also include a certificate of conduct from the tertiary institution(s) previously studied at. Proof of payment of the R application fee ACADEMIC CREDIT The Institute of Christian Psychology considers awarding credits for equivalent studies completed at accredited higher education institutions. In the following cases credits will not be granted: if the content of the completed qualification is dated and/or if the qualification represents non-equivalent studies. If you want to apply for academic credit you must obtain the relevant application form from the ICP administrative office and follow the credit application procedure. BA degree / B Psych subjects: students who passed similar subjects at other accredited South African tertiary institutions may formally apply for credits. Every credit application must include the following: R application fee Application letter Certified copies of complete academic records Topic lists for relevant subjects Lists of prescribed textbooks Assessment information Please note that incomplete application forms cannot be processed. 8

11 PAYMENT Enclosed with each application form must be a non-refundable application fee of R in order for the application to be processed. Upon notification of acceptance by the ICP a non-refundable registration fee of 75% of the total first semester fees is payable. Final first semester fees are payable no later than 15 April. 75% of the second semester fees must be paid no later than 30 June. Final second semester fees are payable no later than 31 August. International students must pay the full study year s fees in advance (upon registration). Additional costs incurred by the ICP as a result of students studying outside of the RSA will be for the students account. Note: study fees cannot be carried over from one study year to the next. CANCELLATION Students who wish to cancel any or all subjects must do so in writing. Students who apply but fail to register will be charged a cancellation fee of R payable immediately. It is the students responsibility to confirm with the ICP that their cancellation was received. Students who cancel all of their subjects, or study year, will be charged a cancellation fee of R payable immediately. Students who cancel first semester subjects before 15 April of the study year will remain liable for 75% of the fees of the cancelled subjects. Students who cancel first semester subjects after 15 April of the study year will remain liable for 100% of the fees of the cancelled subjects. Students who cancel second semester subjects after 15 April and before 31 July of the study year will remain liable for 75% of the fees of the cancelled subjects. Students who cancel second semester subjects after 31 July of the study year will remain liable for 100% of the fees of the cancelled subjects. Financial obligations other than subject fees will not be affected by the cancellation of subjects. AUTOMATIC CANCELLATION Students who fail to pay their due fees by 1 March will be automatically cancelled, with no option of reregistering in the same study year. Students who fail to pay their due fees by 25 July will be automatically cancelled, with no option of reregistering in the same study year. A cancellation fee of R will be charged which is payable immediately. INTERNATIONAL STUDENT REQUIREMENTS International students residing inside the RSA must be in possession of a valid study permit. International students residing inside the RSA must have proof of medical cover. All international students must have received at least a score of 6 on the IELTS English Language Proficiency test (contact your nearest British Council for more information). International students residing outside of the RSA must pay an annual levy (non-refundable) upon registration in addition to their study fees: R for students on the African Continent and R for students from other continents. Special conditions may apply where institutions abroad arrange for groups of students to apply for admission. STUDY MATERIAL Students who have paid their registration fee will receive their first semester study material on an USB stick. In order for a student to receive second semester study material, all fees up to and including the 30 June payment must be up to date. Students may request printed study material (in addition to their USB sticks), at an extra cost. 9

12 ADMISSION INFORMATION The admission requirements for the following courses are found on: Bachelor of Arts Degree - Page 15 Bachelor of Psychology - Page 19 Non-Degree Purpose Studies (NDP) - Page 21 Important notice: Should a prospective student meet admission requirements, said person is eligible to apply for admission. NSC REQUIREMENTS FOR BACHELOR S DEGREE ADMISSION The minimum admission requirement is a National Senior Certificate (NSC) as certified by Umalusi with admission for Bachelor Degree purposes, with an achievement rating of 4 (50-59%) or better in four subjects chosen from the following recognised 20-credit NSC subjects: DESIGNATED SUBJECT LIST Accounting Agricultural Sciences Business Studies Consumer Studies Dramatic Arts Economics Engineering Graphics and Design Geography History Information Technology Languages (one language of learning and teaching at a higher education institution and two other recognized language subjects) Life Sciences Mathematics Mathematical Literacy Music Physical Sciences Religion Studies Visual Arts Based on the above minimum requirements, the ICP accepts the following subjects listed in Group A and Group B for applying to be admitted to the Bachelor Degrees. 10

13 GROUP A Official languages at home and first additional level Afrikaans Home Language Afrikaans First Additional Language English Home Language English First Additional Language IsiNdebele Home Language IsiNdebele First Additional Language IsiXhosa Home Language IsiXhosa First Additional Language IsiZulu Home Language IsiZulu First Additional Language Sepedi Home Language Sepedi First Additional Language Sesotho Home Language Sesotho First Additional Language Setswana Home Language Setswana First Additional Language SiSwati Home Language SiSwati First Additional Language Tshivenda Home Language Tshivenda First Additional Language Xitsonga Home Language Xitsonga First Additional Language Mathematical Science Mathematical Literacy Mathematics Human and Social Studies Life Orientation GROUP B Agriculture Agricultural Management Practices Agricultural Science Agricultural Technology Culture and Art Dance Studies Design Dramatic Arts Music Visual Arts Business, Commerce and Management Studies Accounting Business Studies Economics Official languages at second additional level and non-official languages Afrikaans Second Additional Language English Second Additional Language IsiNdebele Second Additional Language IsiXhosa Second Additional Language IsiZulu Second Additional Language Sepedi Second Additional Language Sesotho Second Additional Language Setswana Second Additional Language SiSwati Second Additional Language Tshivenda Second Additional Language Xitsonga Second Additional Language Arabic Second Additional Language French Second Additional Language German Home Language German Second Additional Language Gujarati Home Language Gujarati First Additional Language Gujarati Second Additional Language Hebrew Second Additional Language Hindi Home Language Hindi First Additional Language Hindi Second Additional Language Italian Second Additional Language Latin Second Additional Language Portuguese Home Language Portuguese First Additional Language Portuguese Second Additional Language Spanish Second Additional Language Tamil Home Language Tamil First Additional Language Tamil Second Additional Language Telegu Home Language Telegu First Additional Language Telegu Second Additional Language Urdu Home Language Urdu First Additional Language Urdu Second Additional Language Engineering and Technology Civil Technology Electrical Technology Mechanical Technology Engineering Graphics and Design Human and Social Studies Geography History Religion Studies 11

14 Physical, Mathematical, Computer and Life Sciences Computer Applications Technology Information Technology Life Sciences Physical Sciences Services Consumer Studies Hospitality Studies Tourism The specific combination of NSC subjects as well as levels of achievement in each subject needed for admission to a particular degree is indicated under the Admission Requirements section of each degree. Any additional admission criteria should also be met before entry into a programme is possible. The ICP reserves the right to change admission requirements for its programmes. APS CALCULATION Points are awarded according to the following scale: APS Scale Percentage (%) *Life Orientation is a 10-credit NSC subject and thus its APS will be halved in the final APS calculation. RECOGNITION OF PRIOR LEARNING Recognition of prior learning (RPL) is a process where adult learners identify, articulate and demonstrate relevant learning acquired through formal learning programmes, life and work experiences and informal learning programmes, and where this learning is translated into admission and credit at the ICP. The process of RPL includes the submission of a RPL Portfolio giving evidence of learning, assessment of the portfolio and the writing of a challenge exam. Contact Ms Marzaan van Staden at for more information and application forms. GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS Terms and conditions apply (documents are made available on request). Subjects and syllabi are subject to change without prior notice. Courses will be presented if student numbers permit. Textbooks: Note that the study material including study letters, study manuals and DVDs are included in the course fees, but prescribed textbooks have to be purchased by the student. All learning programmes have a strong e-learning component. All learning programmes incorporate compulsory practical work. LEARNING FACILITIES LIBRARY The ICP library is situated on the Germiston campus. The library contains a collection of books, journals and prescribed texts. Electronic resources are also available through EBSCOhost: EBSCOhost is a powerful online reference system accessible via the internet. EBSCOhost offers a variety of proprietary full text databases and popular databases from leading information providers. The comprehensive databases range from general reference collections to specially designed, subject-specific databases for public, academic, medical, corporate and school libraries. By using the EBSCOhost databases, students are enabled to do suitable academic research, which will be a direct benefit when submitting assignments or preparing for exams. Students use the library on an appointment basis and the librarian is available to help students make full use of library services. 12

15 STUDENT WEB Registered students have access to a range of services through the ICP student web including: Academic discussion forums, which provide additional contact with lecturers and fellow students. Web forums provide an interactive space in the online environment (the internet) where registered students are able to collaborate towards achieving a common goal in terms of the course they are completing. The use of these web forums makes it possible for the ICP to enhance student participation and interaction. Through interacting on the forums, students quickly find a huge additional resource, which will further assist in meeting the academic requirements of the various courses. Online journals, podcasts and eportfolios are also utilised in course presentation and assessment. STUDENT SERVICES ACADEMIC PLANNING Academic planning is valuable in that it will not only increase the student s understanding of the journey he/ she is about to embark on, but also help him/her to set realistic goals in terms of his/her studies. Academic planning is done on an individual basis it is a joint effort between the ICP and each potential student. Some of the issues in academic planning include: Choosing an appropriate course Exposition of the courses Subject choices (if applicable) Impact on family life Time factor Commitment Career possibilities Prospective students interested in academic planning are advised to contact Ms Marzaan van Staden or Dr Dorothy du Plessis at the ICP. TUTORING The ICP offers a personal tutoring service to students who experience difficulty with the academic material, the study for exams and the answering of questions in exams and assignments. This service takes on the form of personal one-on-one tutoring, tutoring via phone or and peer-tutoring. Tutoring can be shortterm or long-term. E-LEARNING Electronic delivery of study material and study related information Electronic submission of assignments through the student web Convenient access to academic sources through EBSCOhost Online learning activities through forums, online journals, podcasts and eportfolios E-LEARNING SUPPORT Available e-learning support team Student website status updates via Twitter 13

16 STUDY METHODS The ICP presents a study methods workshop once every year for registered students, where the following topics are discussed: A general approach to studies Learner preparation Learning techniques Research tips Reading and note-taking tips Writing and exam-taking tips COUNSELLING Counselling services are made available to students where broader concerns such as anxiety, stress, poor study habits and personal issues are addressed. Each student qualifies for four free sessions with the Student Counsellor. STUDENT LIFE STUDENT COUNCIL The student council consists of one or more student representatives who serve to promote student interest and encourage student participation at the ICP. Glory in his holy name; let the hearts of those who seek the Lord rejoice. 1 Chronicles 16:10 14

17 BACHELOR OF ARTS DEGREE [BA] NQF Level: 7 Credits: 434 Accreditation: DHET, HEQC, SAQA The Bachelor of Arts degree (hereafter BA degree) The BA degree has a specific focus on the world of work and will equip students with the necessary knowledge and skills to pursue careers in the fields of Education, Human Resources and Social Sciences. DURATION (FT): 3 years DURATION (PT): 4-5 years METHOD OF TUITION: Open-distance (E-Learning) Study letters Study manuals Prescribed reading Video Material Tutorials Forums Blogs MINIMUM STUDY HOURS (FT): ±25-30 hours per week MINIMUM STUDY HOURS (PT): ±18-20 hours per week ASSESSMENT: Formal Assignments Examinations Continuous Tutorial work Online work Work-integrated learning Practical work PROGRAMME EXPOSITION OPTION 1 Preparation for careers in Education YEAR 1 FUNDAMENTAL COURSES Sociology 1 (SOC1A & SOC1B) Maths Bridging 1 (MBC1A & MBC1B) students who meet the Maths requirement do not need to take this course English 1 (ENG1A & ENG1B) CORE COURSES Education 1 (EDU1A & EDU1B) Psychology 1 (PSY1A, CPS1C, PSY1B & PSY1D) ELECTIVE COURSES Theology & Ethics 1 (BIB1A & BIB1B) YEAR 2 FUNDAMENTAL COURSES - CORE COURSES Education 2 (EDU2A & EDU2B) Psychology 2 (PSY2A, CPS2C, PSY2B & CPS2D) ELECTIVE COURSES (CHOOSE ANY 1 OF THE FOLLOWING) Theology & Ethics 2 (CET2A & CET2B) English 2 (ENG2A & ENG2B) YEAR 3 FUNDAMENTAL COURSES Statistical & Research Methods 3 (SRM3A & SRM3B) CORE COURSES Education 3 (EDU3A & EDU3B) Psychology 3 (PSY3A, CPS3B & PSY3D) ELECTIVE COURSES - *A & C subject courses are taken in the first semester, whereas B & D subject courses are taken in the second semester. 15

18 PROGRAMME EXPOSITION OPTION 2 Preparation for careers in Human Resources YEAR 1 FUNDAMENTAL COURSES English 1 (ENG1A & ENG1B) Theology & Ethics 1 (BIB1A & BIB1B) Maths Bridging 1 (MBC1A & MBC1B) students who meet the maths requirement do not need to take this course CORE COURSES Industrial Psychology 1 (IPS1A & IPS1B) Psychology 1 (PSY1A, CPS1C, PSY1B & PSY1D) ELECTIVE COURSES Sociology 1 (SOC1A & SOC1B) YEAR 2 FUNDAMENTAL COURSES - CORE COURSES Industrial Psychology 2 (IPS2A & IPS2B) Psychology 2 (PSY2A, CPS2C, PSY2B & CPS2D) ELECTIVE COURSES Sociology 2 (SOC2A & SOC2B) YEAR 3 FUNDAMENTAL COURSES Statistical & Research Methods 3 (SRM3A & SRM3B) CORE COURSES Industrial Psychology 3 (IPS3A & IPS3B) Psychology 3 (PSY3A, CPS3B & PSY3D) ELECTIVE COURSES - *A & C subject courses are taken in the first semester, whereas B & D subject courses are taken in the second semester. PROGRAMME EXPOSITION OPTION 3 Preparation for careers in Social Sciences YEAR 1 FUNDAMENTAL COURSES English 1 (ENG1A & ENG1B) Theology & Ethics 1 (BIB1A & BIB1B) Maths Bridging 1 (MBC1A & MBC1B) students who meet the maths requirement do not need to take this course CORE COURSES Sociology 1 (SOC1A & SOC1B) Psychology 1 (PSY1A, CPS1C, PSY1B & PSY1D) ELECTIVE COURSES Education 1 (EDU1A & EDU1B) YEAR 2 FUNDAMENTAL COURSES - CORE COURSES Sociology 2 (SOC2A & SOC2B) Psychology 2 (PSY2A, CPS2C, PSY2B & CPS2D) ELECTIVE COURSES Education 2 (EDU2A & EDU2B) YEAR 3 FUNDAMENTAL COURSES Statistical & Research Methods 3 (SRM3A & SRM3B) CORE COURSES Sociology 3 (SOC3A & SOC3B) Psychology 3 (PSY3A, CPS3B & PSY3D) ELECTIVE COURSES - *A & C subject courses are taken in the first semester, whereas B & D subject courses are taken in the second semester. 16

19 ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS If you meet any one of the following requirements you are eligible to apply for BA degree enrolment: A valid National Senior Certificate with admission for Bachelor Degree purposes must be submitted that adheres to specific NSC requirements for BA Degree admission as set out in the table below. Submit your certificate with your final grade 12 results. A valid South African Senior Certificate with exemption/endorsement with English (HG/1st Language: E / SG: D) and Mathematics (HG: E / SG: D). International applicants: International student admission entails a separate process. Please contact Ms Marzaan van Staden, The Registrar, for more information Specific Minimum NSC Requirements for BA Degree Admission Minimum APS Group A Group B 25 Languages Mathematics OR Subject 1 Subject 2 Subject 3 English Other Mathematical Literacy * The APS achievement rating of Life Orientation is halved in the calculation of the APS. Life Orientation 4 (50-59%) 4 (50-59%) 3 (40-49%) 4(50-59%) 4(50-59%) 4(50-59%) 4(50-59%) *If an applicant has more than the required 3 subjects from Group B, then the best 3 subjects are used in the APS calculation. If you do not meet any of the above requirements then check the table below for additional admission information and options: Category 1: Category 2: Category 3: Category 4: Category 5: A NSC certificate/equivalent that meets all the ICP requirements for BA Degree admission except for the Mathematic/Mathematical Literacy requirement A valid certificate of Conditional Exemption from the South African Matriculation Board Applicants, aged 23-44, who do not meet the minimum requirements or who do not fall into categories 1-3 of this table Applicants, aged 45 or older, who do not meet the minimum requirements or who do not fall into categories 1-3 of this table Applicants, aged 45 or older, who do not meet the minimum requirements or who do not fall into categories 1-3 of this table Category 6: Applicants, aged 18 44, who do not meet the requirements for BA admission or the RPL requirements May apply to be accepted into the BA Degree programme on condition that the applicant completes the ICP s Maths Bridging course in his/her first year of study May apply to be accepted into the BA Degree programme on condition that the applicant passes. English 1/Maths Bridging 1 and 1 Core course in the first year of study May apply to be conditionally admitted based on RPL Please contact Ms Marzaan van Staden, The Registrar, for more information May apply to be conditionally admitted based on RPL Please contact Ms Marzaan van Staden, The Registrar, for more information May apply to be conditionally admitted based on RPL Please contact Ms Marzaan van Staden, The Registrar, for more information May enrol for the ICP Pastoral Care & Counselling Course as bridging to Bachelor studies. Successful completion of the PCC (previously known as the BCCC) course with an aggregate of 55% may result in acceptance to ICP Bachelor degree studies. 17

20 2015 TUITION FEES YEAR 1 SUBJECTS Psychology 1A R Psychology 1B R Pastoral/Christian Psychology 1C R Psychology 1D R Industrial Psychology 1A R Industrial Psychology 1B R Sociology 1A R Sociology 1B R Education 1A R Education 1B R English 1A R English 1B R Theology and Ethics 1A R Theology and Ethics 1B R Maths Bridging Course 1A R Maths Bridging Course 1B R YEAR 2 SUBJECTS Psychology 2A R Psychology 2B R Pastoral/Christian Psychology 2C R Traumatology 2D R Industrial Psychology 2A R Industrial Psychology 2B R Sociology 2A R Sociology 2B R Education 2A R Education 2B R Theology and Ethics 2A R Theology and Ethics 2B R English 2A R English 2B R YEAR 3 SUBJECTS Abnormal Psychology 3A R Pastoral/Christian Psychology 3B R Therapeutic Techniques 3D R Industrial Psychology 3A R Industrial Psychology 3B R Sociology 3A R Sociology 3B R Education 3A R Education 3B R Statistical and Research Methods 3A R Statistical and Research Methods 3B R For wisdom will come into your heart, and knowledge will be pleasant to your soul; discretion will watch over you, understanding will guard you. Proverbs 2:

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