1 COLLEGE OF HUMANITIES HANDBOOK FOR 2012 VOLUME 1 Part 4 College Rules for Degrees and Diplomas
3 College of Humanities Rules 65 COLLEGE OF HUMANITIES RULES Definition of Terms College Academic Affairs Board (CAAB): The College of Humanities Academic Affairs Board. College refers to the College of Humanities. Dean and Head of School(s) refers to the following six Dean and Head of Schools in the College: Dean and Head of School of Applied Human Sciences (SAHS); Dean and Head of School of Arts (SoA); Dean and Head of School of Built Environment and Development Studies (SoBEDS); Dean and Head of School of Education (SoE); Dean and Head of School of Religion, Philosophy and Classics (SRPC); and Dean and Head of School of Social Sciences (SSS). Extended programme is a Bachelor of Social Science qualification that extends over a fouryear period, and incorporates prescribed foundation modules, and mainstream modules that are extended through additional tutorials. National Senior Certificate (NSC) is the Grade 12 results that are used as one of the main criteria for admission by the University. The inclusion of any programme, course of study or module in this Handbook does not imply that the College of Humanities is compelled to offer it. COLLEGE RULES FOR CERTIFICATES, DIPLOMAS AND DEGREES HUM1 Precedence The General Academic Rules of the University of KwaZulu-Natal shall, take precedence over all rules and where applicable, also apply to all the qualifications offered in the College. HUM2 Applicability Except with the permission of Senate, the rules for degrees, diplomas and certificates offered in the College shall apply. HUM3 Qualifications The following certificates, diplomas and degrees are awarded:
4 College of Humanities Rules 66 UNDERGRADUATE Certificates Certificate in Education Advanced Certificate in Education Diplomas Diploma in Community and Development Studies Diploma in Jazz and Popular Music Diploma in Music Performance National Professional Diploma in Education Bachelor Degrees Bachelor of Architectural Studies Bachelor of Arts Bachelor of Community and Development Studies Bachelor of Education Bachelor of Music Bachelor of Practical Music Bachelor of Social Science Bachelor of Social Work Bachelor of Theology POSTGRADUATE Postgraduate Certificate Postgraduate Certificate in Education Postgraduate Diploma Postgraduate Diploma in Arts Postgraduate Diploma in Higher Education Postgraduate Diploma in Social Science Honours Bachelor of Arts Honours Bachelor of Community & Development Studies Honours Bachelor of Criminology Honours Bachelor of Education Honours Bachelor of Library and Information Science Honours Bachelor of Social Science Honours Bachelor of Theology Honours Masters (by Coursework and/or Research) Master of Architecture Master of Arts Master of Arts in Fine Art Master of Criminology Master of Development Studies CE ACE DipCommDev DipJazzPop DipMusicPerf NPDE BAS BA BCommDev BEd BMus MPracMus BSocSc BSW BTh PGCE PGDipArt PGDipEd PGDipSocSc BAHons BCommDevHons BCrimHons BEdHons BBiblHons BSocScHons BThHons MArch MA MAFA MCrim MDevStud
5 College of Humanities Rules 67 Master of Education Master of Housing Master of Information Studies Master of Music Master of Population Studies Master of Science in Urban and Regional Planning Master of Social Science Master of Social Work Master of Theology Master of Town and Regional Planning Doctoral Degree by Research Doctor of Philosophy Senior (Unsupervised) Doctoral Degrees Doctor of Architecture Doctor of Education Doctor of Literature Doctor of Music Doctor of Social Science Doctor of Theology MEd MHous MIS MMus MPopStud MScURP MSocSc MSW MTh MTRP PhD DArch DEd DLitt DMus DSocSc DTh HUM4 General Structure of Certificates, Diplomas and Degrees To qualify for Certificates, Diplomas and Bachelor degrees students are required to obtain the minimum credits indicated in Table 1. Table 1 No Qualification Credits 1 Undergraduate Certificates Undergraduate Diploma (3-years) Bachelor s Degrees (3-years) Bachelor s Degrees (4-years) Postgraduate Certificate in Education Postgraduate Diplomas Honours Master of Arts Master of Education Master of Social Science Doctoral qualification 384
6 College of Humanities Rules 68 HUM5 Bachelor s Degree Structure a) To qualify for a Bachelor s degree, students must obtain at least 96 credits at levels one and two and 128 credits at level three and must register for additional modules, ensuring that they accumulate a minimum of 384 credits for a three-year degree. These qualifications extend over a minimum of six semesters. b) Four-year degrees have an additional minimum requirement of 128 credits in the fourthyear of study. These qualifications extend over a minimum of eight semesters. c) At least 64 credits per annum must be chosen from modules offered by the College (as listed in the syllabus section of this Handbook). d) Students registered for the general Bachelor of Arts must complete 16 credits in a language that was not their first language in Grade 12. e) No more than one major can be selected from outside this College (as listed in this Handbook). Students whose first language at Grade 12 is not English, may take any of the following 16- credit modules in order to fulfil the language requirement: ACLE102 LING102 ACLT001 ELDV001 ACCS110 DRAM 101 ACCS120 CCCV101 MECS101 ZULM203 (only to be taken in the second year of study) HUM6 Limitations Except with the prior permission of the College, students may not register for more than 80 credits in any semester. Credit will not be given for modules taken in excess of this limit unless with the permission of the College, prior to the start of the semester/year concerned. HUM7 Progression and Suspension a) In order to proceed to the second level of study, a student must pass at least 80 credits at the first level. b) Students who have, by the end of their fourth semester of registration, have completed 128 at first year and a minimum of 80 credits at second year, shall be eligible to proceed to the third level of study. c) Except with the permission of the College, any candidate who has registered for and failed a module after three attempts, shall not be eligible for readmission to that module. Semesters Main Stream BEd and BSS (at least 16 at Level 2) (at least 64 at Level 2) 192 (at least 32 at Level 2)
7 College of Humanities Rules (at least 96 at Level 2 or 3) 224 (at least 64 at Level 2) (at least 96 at Level 2 and 256 (at least 96 at Level 2 or 3) 48 at Level 3) (at least 80 at Level 3) 288 (at least 96 at Level 2 and 32 at Level 3) (3-year qualification 320 (at least 64 at Level 3) complete) (at least 96 at Level 3) (3-year qualification complete) (4-year qualification: at least 96 at Level 3) (4-year qualification: at least 64 at Level 7) (4-year qualification complete) HUM8 Changes of Qualification 1. Students may not change from one undergraduate qualification to another within the College: a) more than twice; or b) later than at the commencement of their third level of study. 2. Students from the Bachelor of Social Science Extended Programme (BSS4), who meet specific criteria and in consultation with the College may change their qualifications at the end of the first semester. HUM9 Award of BEd Cum Laude and Summa Cum Laude In addition to General Rule BR7(a) and (b) the award of the Bachelor of Education degree Cum Laude or Summa Cum Laude will follow the requirements prescribed in rules HUM-BED6 and HUM-BED7 respectively. HUM10 Distinctions for Certificates and Diplomas The award of distinctions will follow the requirements prescribed in the General Academic Rules of the University. HUM11 Humanities Extended Programme This a 4-year Bachelor of Social Science (BSS4) degree, also known as the Humanities Extended Programme (HEP) which extends over eight semesters. HUM12 Structured Degrees a) Structured Bachelor s degrees shall bear a descriptor indicative of the specific specialisation.
8 College of Humanities Rules 70 b) The descriptor may refer either to a disciplinary major (BA in Drama and Performance Studies) or to the defining component of a curriculum of cognate modules whose credit value shall not be less than the minimum credit value of a disciplinary major (BSocSc in International Studies). c) The Rules pertaining to the general studies BA/BSocSc degrees shall be applicable to the structured Bachelor s degrees, except for to the language requirement. d) At least 128 credits must be for modules taken at the third level. e) These qualifications extend over six semesters. HUM13 Admission to Bachelor s Study 1. Degrees: Regular Selection a) Applicants who have obtained the National Senior Certificate (for degree study) examinations must achieve at least an Academic Performance Score (APS) of 26 points with at least one of the following modules at Level 5: any language (HL or FAL), Business Studies, Consumer Studies, Dramatic Arts, Economics, Geography, History, Information Technology, Life Sciences, Mathematical Literacy, Music, Religion Studies, Visual Arts. b) In addition to (a) above, candidates shall be eligible to apply to register for undergraduate qualifications if they are in possession of a matriculation exemption with at least 32 points. These are the minimum requirements that will ensure that an applicant can be considered for admission to the majority of degrees offered by this College, subject to the availability of places. 2. Degrees with Additional or Different Requirements Applicants for the following degrees must meet additional and/or different requirements for admission: Bachelor of Architectural Studies Bachelor of Music, and other degrees involving practical skills in music BA/BSS in Philosophy, Politics & Law BA/BSS (Legal Studies) An APS of 30 with Mathematics at Level 5, PLUS a portfolio of creative work, an essay, and completion of a questionnaire Audition and tests (in addition to an APS of 26) An APS of Degrees: Alternative Selection a) Applicants with a National Senior Certificate (for degree study) and an APS of with English (HL or FAL) and Life Orientation at Level 4, will have to undergo further admission procedures, which will involve a test. Depending on the applicants performance in the test and on their educational background and subject to the availability of places, they may:
9 College of Humanities Rules 71 i) gain admission to study for the degree they have chosen; ii) gain admission to the BSocSc (Four-Year) Extended Curriculum programme; iii) be refused admission. b) Applicants who do not hold either a National Senior Certificate (for degree study) or a Senior Certificate with Endorsement or a Certificate of Exemption may qualify to be admitted to degree study in one of the following ways: i) Acceptance into the Humanities Extended Programme in exceptional cases. ii) Selection under HESA s Mature Age provision. Mature Age applicants must be at least twenty-three years of age or turning twenty-three in their first year of registration for the degree, and must have passed, at Matriculation (Grade 12) level (with an E symbol or better), at least one subject at the Higher Grade and at least three subjects at the Standard Grade. Applicants will be required to write an entrance test. iii) Acceptance into the Industrial and Working Life Project (Howard College Campus only). Workers College diplomates may be considered for access to part-time study in this programme. Selection will be done in conjunction with the Workers College. iv) Acceptance into the BA in Music via recognition of prior learning. v) Acceptance into BA, BSocSc. BComDev or BEd, provided the applicant has a Certificate in Education from UKZN and undergoes further admission procedures and testing. HUM14 Holders of School-Leaving Qualifications other than the South African Matriculation Applicants with School-leaving qualifications other than the National Senior Certificate (for degree study) will be considered for admission in terms of the regulations in force at the time of their application. International applicants will also need to produce proof of their proficiency in English. COLLEGE ACADEMIC RULES FOR EXTENDED PROGRAMMES, CERTIFICATES, DIPLOMAS, and BACHELOR S DEGREES Humanities Extended Curriculum Programme (BSS4) HUM-HEC1 Duration The programme will extend over a minimum of eight semesters (4 years) of full-time registration, at the end of which students that have successfully completed all the required modules will graduate with a Bachelor of Social Science.
10 College of Humanities Rules 72 HUM-HEC2 Structure of the BSS (Four-Year) Extended Curricula a) First Year Students must take all of the following modules: Semester One ACLT001 Academic Literacy A 16FC ELDV001 English Language Development A 16FC BCLT001 Basic Computer Literacy 8FC BNMR001 Basic Numeracy* 8FC One elective chosen from ETHS101 Ethics 1: Applied Global Ethics 16C POLS101 Introduction to Political Science 16C PSYC101 Introduction to Psychology A 16C SOCY101 Introduction to Sociology 16C * Only for students with a maximum APS of 3 for Maths or 4 for Maths Literacy Semester Two ACLT100 Exploring Literacies in the Humanities 16C Two electives chosen from ETHS102 Life, Sexuality & Death 16C POLS102 Introduction to Global Politics 16C PSYC102 Introduction to Psychology B 16C SOCY102 Introduction to South African Society 16C HUM-HEC3 DP Policy (applicable only to students taking Foundation modules) In order to qualify for a DP Certificate for each module, students must: I. attend at least 90% of all counselling workshops, lectures and tutorials; II. submit all assignments punctually. HUM-HEC4 Progression a) Students are permitted to register for only 48 credits in each semester of this qualification. b) In each semester of the second year of the qualification, students must choose one mainstream module from one of the following: Ethics, Political Science, Psychology and Sociology. (These module offerings could change from time to time) c) Normal College progression rules will apply from second year. d) A student who fails two language/literacy modules in the first year must register for ACCS110 in the first semester of their second year. e) In special circumstances, either for excellent students or if a student needs to repeat a module, permission may be granted for them to register for a maximum of 64 credits per semester. However, these requests will be considered on merit and permission will be granted at the discretion of the College. f) Only students who have gained at least 48 credits by the end of the first year may proceed to second year. g) Any foundational modules failed in the first semester must be passed in the second semester.
11 College of Humanities Rules 73 Bachelor of Social Science (Industrial and Working Life Programme) HUM-IWLP1 Admission 1. Should have completed at least one Workers' College diploma with an average mark of 60% or above. 2. Should write and pass the Entry Test of UKZN. 3. Should be in a position to attend classes every Friday, including the Winter School which is held in June/July each year. 4. Pay an applicable registration fee to the Worker s College. HUM-IWLP2 Progression The Industrial and Working Life Programme (IWLP) is a self-funded programme that offers workers from certain trade unions the opportunity to enrol for a degree in the Social Sciences. Students major in Sociology and in Industrial, Organisational and Labour Studies, and complete their degree part-time over a five-year period. The programme serves the perceived need for trade unionists to develop their capacities to enable them to engage more effectively in debates, to undertake their own research, and to evaluate critically and analyse economic and social phenomena. YEAR 1 Semester Modules Credits Semester 1 ACLE 102 Academic Learning in English SOCY101 Introduction to Sociology Winter School SOCY110 Development Activism in Africa 16 Semester 2 SOCY102 Introduction to South African Society IOLS101 Workers and Industrialisation in SA Total Credits - 80 YEAR 2 Semester Modules Credits Semester 1 LIIS120 Internet Expertise or ECON111 Intro to Economic Concepts CMDV101 Introduction to Community Development Theory Winter School Economic Activism in the Information Age 16 Semester 2 Community Perspective Module IOLS204: Trade Unions in South Africa IOLS202 Globalisation & World Class Manufactng Total Credits - 80 YEAR 3 Semester Modules Credits Semester 1 IOLS201 Organising Production IOLS205 Introduction to Labour Markets SOCY201 Classical Sociology Theory Winter School Work Placement for Experiential Learning 16 Semester 2 SOCY202 Social Change To be advised Total Credits - 80
12 College of Humanities Rules 74 YEAR 4 Semester Modules Credits Semester 1 IOLS301 Organisational Restructuring & Change IOLS302 Diversity & Equity in the Workplace Winter School To be advised 16 Semester 2 SOCY301 Contemporary Sociological Theory SOCY302 Contemporary Theory - Theorist(s) Total Credits - 80 YEAR 5 Semester Modules Credits Semester 1 32C from SOCY305 Research Design - An Introduction 32 SOCY306 Social Issues - Practice and Theory (16C) SOCY308 Social Issues - Specific Examples (16C) Semester 2 SOCY309 Research Practice - a Project (16C) IOLS303 Labour, Capital & State in Contemporary SA IOLS305 Economic Policy, Labour Markets & Jobs Total Credits 64 Total Credits for Degree Music Foundation Programme and Certificate The Music Foundation Programme is a broad-based, self-funded programme that provides foundation work for all music students. It provides a preliminary year of study for students who cannot be admitted to a degree or to either the Diploma in Music Performance or the Diploma in Jazz and Popular Music. Students who have already been admitted to diploma or degree study but who need remedial work in one or more areas, may register for one or more of these modules. Completion of this programme does not grant automatic access to further study. Admission Requirements: a National Senior Certificate, Senior Certificate or equivalent qualification, and successful completion of an audition. Notional study hours for each module are given in brackets. First Semester Second Semester Basic Aural Perception A (80) Basic Aural Perception B (80) Preliminary Music Ensemble A (80) Preliminary Music Ensemble B (80) Basic Performance Skills [including improvisation] A (80) Basic Performance Skills [including improvisation] B (80) Introduction to Keyboard A (80) Introduction to Keyboard B (80) Fundamentals of Music Theory A (80) Fundamentals of Music Theory B (80) Preliminary Practical Study A (160) Preliminary Practical Study B (160) English for Musicians A (80) English for Musicians B (80) Total notional hours for semester: 640 Total notional hours for semester: 640
13 College of Humanities Rules 75 Certificate in Education (Undergraduate) HUM-CEd1 Admission 1. A candidate is eligible to apply for selection to register provided they have: (a) National Senior Certificate, and (b) Three years experience relevant to the area of study 2. The selection process may include academic ranking and other criteria as approved by the College HUM Ced2 Specialisations Students shall register for one of the following specialised curricula: a) Participatory Development (CEWL) b) Workplace Learning (CEPD) HUM Ced3 Curriculum Total credits for the Certificate in Education: 128 credits Specialisations: a) Participatory Development: Students are required to register for All of the following modules: EDAE101 Introduction to Adult Education 101 (16C) EDAE102 Introduction to Development 102 (16C) EDAE104 Development in Practice 104 (16C) EDAE105 Development in Practice 105 (16C) EDAE121 Lifelong Learning 121 (16C) EDAE123 Facilitation and Instructional Techniques 123 (16C) AND Two of the following modules: EDAE106 Adult Basic Education and Training 106 (16C) and EDAE107 Adult Basic Education and Training 107 (16C) or EDAE108 Conflict Transformation 108 (16C) and EDAE109 Conflict Transformation 109 (16C) or EDAE110 Entrepreneurship 110 (16C) and EDAE111 Entrepreneurship 111 (16C) or EDAE112 Landcare 112 (16C) and EDAE113 Landcare 113 (16C) or EDAE114 Leadership and Management of NGOs 114 (16C) and EDAE115 Leadership and Management of NGOs 115 (16C) or EDAE116 Local Government 116 (16C) and EDAE117 Local Government 117 (16C) or EDAE138 Economic Justice I (16C) and EDAE139 Economic Justice II (16C)
14 College of Humanities Rules 76 or EDAE140 EDAE141 Water Management for Household Systems I (16C) and Water Management for Household Systems II (16C) b) Workplace Learning Specialisation: Students are required to register for All of the following modules: EDAE101 Introduction to Adult Learning 101 (16C) EDAE118 Diversity and Learning 118 (16C) EDAE119 Training Context and Legislation 119 (16C) EDAE120 Assessment of Workplace Learning 120 (16C) EDAE121 Lifelong Learning 121 (16C) EDAE123 Facilitation and Instructional Techniques 123 (16C) AND Two modules from the following: EDAE104 Development in Practice 104 (16C) EDAE105 Development in Practice 105 (16C) EDAE124 Programme Planning 124 (16C) EDAE125 Workplace Literacy 125 (16C) HUM-CEd4 Duration This qualification extends over a minimum of at least two semesters of full-time study or four semesters of part-time study. Advanced Certificate in Education (ACE) HUM-ACE1 Admission 1. A candidate is eligible to apply for selection to register provided he/she has an approved education qualification at Relative Education Qualification Value (REQV) 13 or higher 2. The selection process may include academic ranking and other criteria as approved by the College. HUM-ACE2 Curriculum This qualification consists of a minimum of at least 128 credits. Students shall register for one of the following specialised curricula (a) Biological Sciences EDBS121 Biology of Cells (16C) EDBS122 Genetics, heredity and biotechnology (16C) EDBS123 Evolution and Diversity (16C) EDBS124 Curriculum and Assessment in Biology (16C) EDBS125 Life processes in animals (16C) EDBS126 Reproduction in animals & life processes in plants (16C) EDBS127 Ecology (16C) EDBS128 Learning and Teaching Biology (16C) (b) Education Leadership, Management and Policy EDCS103 Curriculum development and assessment (16C) EDMN103 Human Resource development (16C) EDMN104 Human Resource management (16C) EDMN106 Issues in the Management and Governance of Schools (16C)
15 College of Humanities Rules 77 (c) (d) (e) (f) EDMN108 Leadership and development of self (16C) EDMN110 Quality Assurance and Whole School Development (16C) EDMN111 Self-Managing Schools (16C) EDMN112 The School as a Learning Organisation (16C) History Education FET EDHS102 History Education Research Project (16C) EDHS103 Teaching African History (16C) EDHS104 Teaching South African History (16C) EDHS105 The nature of History (16C) EDHS106 Using sources to teach history (16C) EDHS107 Approaches to Teaching and the Assessment of History (16C) EDPD101 Learning and Teaching (16C) EDPD102 Education Policy and Professionalism (16C) Information Communication Technology Integration (ICT) EDPD103 Learning, Thinking and Teaching with ICT (16C) EDPD104 ICT in Schools (16C) EDPD137 ICT and the Roles of the Educator (16C) EDPD138 Assessment for ICT Integration (16C) And 64 Credits from the following modules EDPD108 Designing Web Pages (8C) EDPD109 Developing Classroom Resources for Science (8C) EDPD110 Developing Classroom Resources for Maths (8C) EDPD111 ICT Maths Resources for Educators (8C) EDPD112 ICT Planning for Schools (16C) EDPD113 ICT Leadership in Schools (16C) EDPD114 ICT Science Resources for Educators (8C) EDPD115 Learning with Projects (16C) EDPD116 Working with Information (16C) EDPD134 Facilitating ICT Integration for Teachers (16C) EDPD136 Choosing and Evaluating Educational Software (8C) Language Education EDLE101 Academic Literacy for Language Education (16C) EDLE103 Language Acquisition (16C) EDLE104 Language Pedagogy (16C) EDLE105 Media in the Classroom (16C) EDLE106 Reading and Writing for Teaching (16C) EDLE107 Issues in Language Teaching (16C) EDPD101 Learning and Teaching (16C) EDPD102 Education Policy and Professionalism (16C) Mathematics FET EDMA121 Education Studies for Mathematics (16C) EDMA141 Professional Practice in Teaching Mathematics (16C) EDPD101 Learning and Teaching (16C) EDPD102 Education Policy and Professionalism (16C) And 64 credits from the following modules EDMA109 Mathematics 601 (16C) EDMA110 Mathematics 602 (16C)
16 College of Humanities Rules 78 (g) (h) (i) (j) EDMA111 Mathematics 610 (16C) EDMA112 Mathematics 620 (16C) EDMA113 Mathematics 630 (16C) EDMA114 Mathematics 640 (16C) Mathematics GET EDMA105 Mathematics Education 1A (16C) EDMA106 Mathematics Education 1B (16C) EDMA115 Curriculum Studies in Mathematics 1A (16C) EDMA116 Curriculum Studies in Mathematics 1B (16C) EDMA117 Curriculum Studies in Mathematics 2A (16C) EDMA118 Curriculum Studies in Mathematics 2B (16C) EDPD101 Learning and Teaching (16C) EDPD102 Education Policy and Professionalism (16C) Mathematical Literacy EDPD102 Education Policy and Professionalism (16C) EDMA108 Professional Practice in Mathematics (16C) EDMA138 Data Handling in Mathematical Literacy (16C) EDMA139 Functional Relationships in Mathematical Literacy (16C) EDMA140 Number and Operations in Mathematical Literacy (16C) EDMA142 Space Shape and Measurement in Mathematical Literacy (16C) EDMA143 Teaching and Learning Mathematics in the FET (16C) EDPD101 Learning and Teaching (16C) Mathematics Science and Technology GET EDMA145 GET Mathematics 1 (16C) EDPD102 Education Policy and Professionalism (16C) EDPD101 Learning and Teaching (16C) EDSE137 GET Science 1 (16C) EDTE105 Mechanical Systems for Technology Education (16C) And 32 credits from the following modules EDMA146 GET Mathematics 2 (16C) EDSE138 GET Science 2 (16C) EDTE106 Processing & Manufacturing for Technology Education (16C) And 16 credits from the following modules provided that the module chosen must be in one of the discipline areas chosen at level 2. EDMA147 GET Mathematics 3 (16C) EDSE139 GET Science 3 (16C) EDTE107 Structures & Materials for Technology Education (16C) Natural Sciences EDNS101 Education Studies for Natural Science (16C) EDNS102 Natural Science 610 (16C) EDNS103 Natural Science 620 (16C) EDNS104 Natural Science 630 (16C) EDNS105 Natural Science 640 (16C) EDNS106 Professional Practice in Natural Science (16C) EDPD101 Learning and Teaching (16C) EDPD102 Education Policy and Professionalism (16C)
17 College of Humanities Rules 79 (k) Physical Science EDPD101 Learning and Teaching (16C) EDPD102 Education Policy and Professionalism (16C) EDSE110 Chemistry Education 1A (16C) EDSE111 Chemistry Education 2A (16C) EDSE112 Chemistry Education 2B (16C) EDSE113 Physics Education 1A (16C) EDSE114 Physics Education 2A (16C) EDSE115 Physics Education 2B (16C) (l) School Library Development and Management EDPD101 Learning and Teaching (16C) EDPD102 Education Policy and Professionalism (16C) EDPD119 Education Studies for School Library Development (16C) EDPD120 Professional Practice in School Library Development (16C) EDPD121 School Library Development and Management 610 (16C) EDPD123 School Library Development and Management 630 (16C) EDPD124 School Library Development and Management 640 (16C) EDPD125 School Library Development and Management 620 (16C) (m) School Management and Leadership EDMN114 Understanding School Leadership & Management (16C) EDMN115 Managing Teaching and Learning (16C) EDMN116 Leading and Managing People (16C) EDMN117 Managing Organizational Systems & Resources (16C) EDMN118 Managing Policy Planning and Governance (16C) EDMN121 Practical Management and Leadership (16C) and 32 credits from the following modules EDMN110 Quality Assurance & Whole School Development (16C) EDMN112 The School as a Learning Organisation (16C) EDMN119 Mentoring and Induction (16C) EDMN120 Planning and Conducting Assessment (16C) EDPD113 ICT Leadership in Schools (16C) EDPD104 ICT in Schools (16C) (n) Technology Education EDPD102 Education Policy and Professionalism (16C) EDTE103 Foundations and issues in Technology Education (16C) EDTE104 Information & Communication for Technology Education (16C) EDTE105 Mechanical systems for Technology Education (16C) EDTE106 Processing and manufacturing for Technology Education (16C) EDTE107 Structures and materials for Technology Education (16C) EDTE108 Teaching practice for Technology Education (16C) EDTE109 Electrical systems for Technology Education (16C) (o) Values and Human Rights in Education EDSJ105 Race Gender and Class (16C) EDSJ106 Social Equity in Professional Practice (16C) EDSJ107 Social Issues in Education (16C) EDSJ108 The Educator s Pastoral Role (16C) And 32 credits from the following elective modules
18 College of Humanities Rules 80 EDSJ102 Human Rights and Values in Education (16C) EDSJ103 Integrating Values & Human Rights in the Curriculum (16C) EDSJ104 Language and Diversity (16C) EDSJ110 Foundations in Human Rights and Values (16C) and two approved modules from this or another specialisation. Diploma in Jazz and Popular Music Diploma in Music Performance HUM-DJP1 Admission Candidates shall be eligible to apply for the qualification of Diploma in Jazz and Popular Music or Diploma in Music Performance if they hold a National Senior Certificate (for diploma study), equivalent qualification or alternative access certificate approved by Senate. In addition they must; a. successfully complete an audition demonstrating proficiency deemed adequate to pursue the anticipated first level course of study in singing, playing an instrument or African Music and Dance; b. demonstrate their ability to read music and their knowledge of the basic rudiments of music; and c. complete a diagnostic English proficiency test. HUM-DJP2 Progression The curriculum for the Diploma in Jazz and Popular Music and for the Diploma in Music Performance shall extend over a minimum of six consecutive semesters of full-time study. Students shall not be permitted to progress to the third year of study unless they have obtained credit for all the modules prescribed for the first year of study and at least a further 80 credits for modules prescribed in the second year of study (208 credits altogether). HUM-DJP3 Transfer to a Degree Programme A candidate holding an NSC (or has a Senate Exemption) who wishes to transfer from the Diploma in Jazz and Popular Music or the Diploma in Music Performance to the BMus, the BA in Music or the BA in Music and Drama Performance degree programmes must: a) have passed all the Diploma modules prescribed for the first semester; and b) have passed the module ACLE102 Academic Learning in English; and c) receive the Dean and Head of School s approval for the transfer. Structure: Diploma in Jazz and Popular Music CREDITS FIRST LEVEL First Practical Study 1A and 1B ( ) Workshop in Jazz & Popular Music 1A and 1B (8 + 8) Music Ensemble 1A and 1B (DipJP) (8 + 8) Jazz & Popular Music Theory 1A and 1B (8 + 8)
19 College of Humanities Rules 81 Aural Perception 1A and 1B (8 + 8) Jazz & Popular Music History 1A and 1B (8 + 8) ALE (or other English language module) (16) Total credits: 128 SECOND LEVEL First Practical Study 2A and 2B ( ) Workshop in Jazz & Popular Music 2A and 2B (8 + 8) Music Ensemble 2A and 2B (DipJP) (8 + 8) Jazz & Popular Music Theory 2A and 2B (8 + 8) Aural Perception 2A and 2B (8 + 8) *Composition & Arranging in J&PM 1A and 1B (8 + 8) Jazz & Popular Music History 2A and 2B (8 + 8) Total credits: 128 THIRD LEVEL (Diploma exit level) First Practical Study 3A and 3B ( ) Music Ensemble 3A and 3B (DipJP) (8 + 8) Jazz & Popular Music Theory 3A and 3B (8 + 8) Each student chooses to specialise in TWO of the following disciplines: Performance Composition & Arranging Electro-Acoustic Music Music Education by selecting TWO options to the value of 32 credits each from the following list: Performance in Jazz & Popular Music 1A and 1B (examination recital) Composition & Arranging in J&PM 2A and 2B Electro-Acoustic Music 1A and 1B Music Education 1A and 1B ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) Total credits: 128 Notes: Over the 3 years of the Diploma, the content of the modules entitled Composition & Arranging in Jazz and Popular Music may include such topics as song writing, big-band arranging, jingle writing, and film music. Structure: Diploma in Music Performance Students must gain credit for the following common modules and also for the specialist modules in Western Classical Music or African Music and Dance or Opera or Choral Studies, as outlined below: LEVEL ONE Common Modules Introduction to Music Fundamentals A and B ( ) or Music Theory and Perception 1A and 1B ( ) ELDV001 English Language Development A (0 credits) and/or ELDV100 English Language Development B and/or ACLE102 Academic Learning in English (16)
20 College of Humanities Rules 82 Note: English Language Development A and/or B may be required according to recommendations based on a diagnostic language test. Students intending to register for a BA in Music or in Music and Drama Performance or for the BMus degree must pass the language module approved for such purposes. Specialised Modules Classical Music African Music and Dance First Practical Study 1A & 1B (16+16) African Music and Dance 1A & 1B (16+16) Music Ensemble 1A & 1B (8+8) Music Ensemble 1A & 1B (African Music Ensemble) (8+8) * (32) ALE (16) + **Elective (16) or ** (32) Opera Choral Studies First Practical Study 1A & 1B (16+16) Choral Studies 1A & 1B (16+16) Music Ensemble 1A & 1B (8+8) Music Ensemble 1A & 1B (8+8) Song, Culture and History 1A & 1B (8+8) Song, Culture and History 1A & 1B (8+8) Vocal Workshop¹ 1A & 1B (8+8) Vocal Workshop¹ 1A & 1B (8+8) Total for level One 128 credits Note. Vocal Workshop includes Movement, Stagecraft, Italian/German for singers, keyboard skills. LEVEL TWO Classical Music African Music and Dance First Practical Study 2A & 2B ( ) African Music and Dance 2A & 2B ( ) Music Ensemble 2A & 2B (8 + 8) Music Ensemble 2A & 2B (African Music Ensemble) (8 + 8) Introductory Music Theory & Perception A (16) or Elective (16) *Elective (16) Introductory Music Theory & Perception B (16) Elective (16) Or *Elective (16) * (48) ** (48) Opera Choral Studies First Practical Study 2A & 2B (16+16) Choral Studies 2A & 2B (16+16) Music Ensemble 2A & 2B (8+8) Music Ensemble 2A & 2B (8+8) Introductory Music Theory and Perception A and B (16+16) or Music Theory and Perception 2A & 2B ( ) Introductory Music Theory and Perception A and B (16+16) or Music Theory and Perception 2A & 2B ( ) Song, Culture and History 2A & 2B (8+8) Song, Culture and History 2A & 2B (8+8) Vocal Workshop¹ 2A & 2B (8+8) Vocal Workshop¹ 2A & 2B (8+8) Languages for Singers A & B (8+8) Languages for Singers A & B (8+8) Total for Level Two 128 credits LEVEL THREE Classical Music African Music and Dance First Practical Study 3A & 3B ( ) African Music and Dance 3A & 3B (16+16)