1 Walter Sisulu University PROSPECTUS 2014 Faculty of Business, Management Sciences and Law School of Accounting School of Law School of Public Relations, Media Studies and Marketing School of Governance School of Economics and Management Sciences School of Tourism and Hospitality
2 FACULTY OF BUSINESS, MANAGEMENT SCIENCES AND LAW PROSPECTUS 2014 Buffalo City Campus Mthatha Campus Butterworth Campus Queenstown Campus PROSPECTUS
3 CONTENTS Faculty of Business, Management Sciences and Law Pages Postal Addresses & Telephone Numbers...5 Message from the Executive Dean...8 Vision, Motto, Mission and Values of the Faculty...10 Research Niche Areas...11 General Information on Programmes Offered...12 Admission of students with a National Certificate (Vocational Level 4) Rule of Readmission of Students to Undergraduate Programmes International Students...17 Mature Age Students...17 Schools of the Faculty...18 Faculty Staff Information...19 School of Accounting...21 Departments...21 Vision and Mission Statements...21 School Contact Details...22 School Staff Information...23 Auditing National Diploma in Internal Auditing...25 B-Tech in Internal Auditing...26 Financial Accounting National Higher Certificate in Accountancy...27 National Higher Certificate in Accountancy Extended National Diploma Accounting...31 Bachelor of Accounting Science (B-Compt) (CA Stream) Bachelor of Accounting Science (BCA)...36 Financial Information Systems & Taxation National Higher Certificate in Financial Information Systems National Diploma in Financial Information Systems...41 National Diploma in Taxation...42 Management Accounting National Diploma in Cost & Management Accounting...43 B-Tech in Cost & Management Accounting...44 School of Economic & Management Sciences...46 Departments...46 Vision and Mission Statements...46 School Contact Details...47 School Staff Information...48 Business Management Bachelor of Commerce (General)...51 Honours in Business Management...55 Master of Commerce...58 Economics Bachelor of Commerce in Economics...59 Honours in Economics...63 Management Studies BUSINESS, MANAGEMENT SCIENCES AND LAW 2
4 National Diploma in Administrative Management...65 National Diploma in Management...66 B-Tech in Management...67 B-Tech: Business Administration...78 Office Management and Technology National Diploma in Office Management and Technology Human Resources National Diploma in Human Resources Management...73 B-Tech in Human Resources Management...74 National Diploma in Management of Training...75 School of Governance...78 Departments...78 Vision, Mission, Aims, Core Values...78 School Contact Details...79 School Staff Information...80 Local Governance and Public Finance National Diploma in Local Government Finance...81 National Diploma in Policing...82 Public Management and Development National Diploma in Public Management...83 B-Tech in Public Management...85 Public Administration and Development Bachelor of Administration (Public Affairs)...85 Honours in Bachelor of Administration...87 School of Law...89 Departments...89 Vision, Mission and Research and Development Unit...89 School Contact Details...90 School Staff Information...91 Bachelor of Laws: LLB (Generic)...92 School of Public Relations, Media Studies and Marketing...98 Departments...98 Vision, Mission, Values and Research Niche...98 School Contact Details...99 School Staff Information Media Studies National Certificate in Versatile Broadcasting National Diploma in Journalism B-Tech in Journalism Marketing National Diploma in Marketing B-Tech in Marketing National Diploma in Small Business Management National Diploma in Sport Management Public Relations and Communication Extended programme in Public Relations Management National Diploma in Public Relations Management B-Tech in Public Relations Management PROSPECTUS
5 School of Tourism and Hospitality Departments Vision, Mission and Values School Contact Details School Staff Information Hospitality Management National Diploma in Hospitality Management Tourism Management National Diploma in Tourism Management B-Tech in Tourism Management Enterprise Development Centre Vision and Mission Statements Staff Information and Contact Details BUSINESS, MANAGEMENT SCIENCES AND LAW 4
6 WALTER SISULU UNIVERSITY (WSU) FACULTY OF BUSINESS, MANAGEMENT SCIENCES & LAW (FBMSL) 2014 CORRESPONDENCE/CONTACT DETAILS MTHATHA CAMPUS Acting Registrar Mr K Maphinda Walter Sisulu University Private Bag x1 Nelson Mandela Drive MTHATHA 5117 Secretary: Tel No: Fax No: PROSPECTUS
7 ENQUIRIES AND APPLICATIONS Admission Office: MTHATHA Nelson Mandela Drive Site Tel No: /8 Fax No: /40/41 Zamukulungisa Site Tel No: Fax No: BUTTERWORTH CAMPUS Ibika Site Tel No: Fax No: BUFFALO CITY CAMPUS College Street Site Tel No: /71 Fax No: Potsdam Site Tel No: /6 Fax No: Chiselhurst Site Tel No: Fax No: QUEENSTOWN Masibulele Site Tel No: Queenstown Site Tel No: Fax No: BUSINESS, MANAGEMENT SCIENCES AND LAW 6
8 BURSARIES AND LOANS MTHATHA CAMPUS National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) Edu-Loan Nelson Mandela Site Tel No: Tel No: Fax No: Fax No: Zamukulungisa Site Tel No: Tel No: Fax No: Fax No: BUFFALO CITY College Street Site Tel No: Tel No: Fax No: Fax No: Potsdam Site Tel No: Tel No: Fax No: Fax No: BUTTERWORTH CAMPUS Ibika Site Tel No: Tel No: Fax No: Fax No: QUEENSTOWN CAMPUS Masibulele Site Tel No: Queenstown Site Tel No: Fax No: PROSPECTUS
9 MESSAGE FROM THE EXECUTIVE DEAN Freshmen and women; returning students; newly arrived staff; returning staff. The Faculty warmly embraces you. It cordially invites you to feel at home. This Faculty has a respectable and respected tradition of promoting, protecting and defending the tradition of achievement. That tradition is consistent with the Faculty s proclaimed vision of excelling in the empowerment of those who come here to study. Some of the finest and accomplished minds in the nation were nurtured and moulded in this Faculty. It is fitting that this tradition of achievement and excellence be maintained and continued. Students who come here, whether as first or last choice, leave well-equipped and not a few of them are subsequently numbered among the best in their chosen careers. This Faculty does not only impart relevant, quality and appropriate knowledge to its students, it also inculcates in them an achieving spirit and an inquisitive, inquiring and critical mind. Welcome to 2014! The year 2013 was, academically speaking, a roller-coaster year, a stormy year. But we weathered through the storm. We even managed to do so with panache. Two staff members obtained doctoral degrees. We graduated more students in 2013 than in the previous year. We launched the Masters programme in the School of Economics and Management Sciences. The School of Governance and the School of Law are poised to launch postgraduate programmes in the not too distant future. The SAICA (Chartered Accountants) stream in the School of Accounting remains our flagship programme. The Faculty is set to graduate its first batch of chartered accounts in a couple of years. A happy revolution, silent but noticeable, is taking place in the Faculty. There is an upsurge of interest in the acquisition of higher degrees. This has generated a lively atmosphere of healthy competition in this regard. Slowly but surely, staff academic profiles in our Faculty are improving. This compares enviably with the situation that obtained before now. The evolving situation speaks to the issue of quality; quality of staff and quality of teaching. It is much welcomed. It is good for our students. It is good for the University. It is good for the confidence and self-fulfilment of staff members. I urge every lecturer not to rest on their laurels. This constantly improving situation should go hand-in-hand with improved research output. This is my challenge to staff members for the year Let there be research output! The other constituency in our Faculty is the students body. Over the years our students have become more and more alive to the aims and purposes of University education. I am impressed by their sincere eagerness to study and excel. I am impressed by the record of achievement of many of them in various extra-curricular activities. I urge them not to relent in their efforts. I urge them to continue to be good ambassadors of our Faculty and the University. Our throughput rate, student success rate and graduation rate have steadily improved over the years and continue to improve. I invite each student always to give the best and only the best of themselves, and never to stop being inquisitive and critical in their thinking. I invite each student to read from cover to cover our Faculty Prospectus and the General Prospectus of the University. This will save them from unwelcome surprises. BUSINESS, MANAGEMENT SCIENCES AND LAW 8
10 With all these positive indicators I am able to say we are prepared to face the brave new world of a WSU born again in shape, size and processes. This University is on the verge of rebirth structurally, academically and attitudinally. The year 2014 is a watershed that holds out much promise for the entire University generally, and for our Faculty in particular, whether in its present form or otherwise reconfigured. Exciting times lie ahead of us. Individually and collectively, we must all play our part in this impending renaissance. Our Faculty, the biggest and most complex in the University, is all set to march on with the rest of the University into this brave new age. As we venture into that new age it is proper for the Faculty to assert itself in the pursuit of excellence in teaching, learning and research. Professor Carlson Anyangwe, PhD Executive Dean Faculty of Business, Management Sciences and Law PROSPECTUS
11 FACULTY OF BUSINESS, MANAGEMENT SCIENCES AND LAW VISION OF THE FACULTY We excel in the empowerment of world class professionals and entrepreneurs from rural and developing communities. OUR MOTTO From the bush to the globe! We seek to grow from Rural Village to Global Village! (RV-2-GV) THE FACULTY S MISSION We will achieve our vision by developing, implementing and continuously evaluating research initiatives, learning and teaching programmes, as well as community engagement endeavours that are innovative, while working in partnership with our respective communities or stakeholders, with a view to achieving practical development and growth. OUR VALUES In all our learning and teaching, research and community engagement endeavours, we demonstrate and uphold the highest standards of: Professionalism Integrity Ethics Accountability Excellence BUSINESS, MANAGEMENT SCIENCES AND LAW 10
12 RESEARCH NICHE AREAS Concerning research, we are conscious of the inextricable link between our teaching role as academics and our research role and how the two should influence each other in an upward spiral or virtuous cycle. Our mantra is to teach what we research and to research what we teach. Our research niche areas below are proposed against this backdrop. Generically, the following are the broad areas of research focus for the Faculty. The Schools will have their own, more detailed and nuanced niche areas in their School Strategies. 1. Entrepreneurship development with a focus on SME s in Greenfield operations, within the context of the Provincial Growth and Development Plan (EC-PGDP). Among others, these include agro-processing, downstream manufacturing, tourism and so forth. The enquiry also includes different forms of entrepreneurship, such as co-operatives and the search for effective models that include and empower communities. 2. Accounting for service delivery in the Eastern Cape Province in general and in local authorities in particular. This includes research into financial skills, management controls and practices, ethical issues in management, compliance with King II and III Codes of Governance, etc. General financial skills and literacy research and solutions are included. 3. Alternative forms of dispute resolution as well as alternative governance and leadership models (e.g. traditional leadership, traditional courts), within a human rights framework. 4. Economic growth and development models for rural and peri-urban areas, with a focus on the Eastern Cape, but with lessons and implications for the SADC region. This includes new models of black economic empowerment, environmental impact assessment, the Global Financial Crisis and its impact on developing economies, particularly poor and rural communities. 5. Human Capital Development and contemporary challenges such as HIV/AIDS at work, human resources management challenges in Africa, productivity enhancement models in the developmental context, new and relevant management and leadership paradigms, etc PROSPECTUS
13 GENERAL INFORMATION The following Certificates, Diplomas and Degrees are offered by the faculty: Programme Buffalo Ibika Mthatha Queenstown City Certificates: NC: Versatile Broadcasting FT N/A N/A N/A NHC: Accountancy FT FT/PT FT FT NHC: Accountancy - Extended FT FT/PT FT FT NHC: Financial Information Systems FT FT/PT N/A FT Diplomas: ND: Accounting N/A FT N/A N/A ND: Administrative Management FT N/A N/A N/A ND: Cost & Management Accounting FT FT FT FT ND: Financial Information Systems FT FT N/A FT ND: Hospitality Management FT FT FT N/A ND: Human Resources Management FT/PT FT/PT N/A FT ND: Internal Auditing FT FT FT FT ND: Journalism FT N/A N/A N/A ND: Local Government Finance FT N/A N/A N/A ND: Management FT FT/PT FT N/A ND: Management of Training FT N/A N/A N/A ND: Marketing FT N/A N/A N/A ND: Office Management & Technology FT FT F/T N/A ND: Policing PT N/A N/A N/A ND: Public Management PT FT/PT FT/PT FT/PT ND: Public Relations Management FT N/A FT N/A ND: Small Business Management FT N/A N/A N/A ND: Sports Management FT N/A N/A N/A ND: Taxation FT N/A N/A N/A ND: Tourism Management FT FT N/A N/A Legend: FT: Full-Time N/A: Not Applicable NC: National Certificate NHC: National Higher Certificate ND: National Diploma PT: Part-Time BUSINESS, MANAGEMENT SCIENCES AND LAW 12
14 GENERAL INFORMATION The following Certificates, Diplomas and Degrees are offered by the faculty: Continued Programme Buffalo Ibika Mthatha Queenstown City Advanced Diplomas: B-Tech: Business Administration PT N/A N/A N/A B-Tech: Cost & Management Accounting PT FT N/A N/A B-Tech: Human Resources Management FT/PT FT N/A N/A B-Tech: Internal Auditing PT FT FT FT B-Tech: Journalism PT N/A N/A N/A B-Tech: Management PT P/T N/A N/A B-Tech: Marketing PT N/A N/A N/A B-Tech: Public Management PT PT PT N/A B-Tech: Public Relations Management PT N/A P/T N/A B-Tech: Tourism Management FT/PT N/A N/A N/A Degrees: B. of Accounting N/A N/A FT N/A B. Admin. (Public Affairs) N/A N/A FT N/A B. Comm (Economics) N/A N/A FT N/A B. Comm (General) N/A N/A FT N/A B. Compt N/A N/A FT N/A B. Compt (CA Stream) N/A N/A FT N/A LLB N/A N/A FT N/A HONOURS: B. Comm (Business Management) N/A N/A FT N/A B. Comm (Economics) N/A N/A FT N/A B. Administration N/A N/A FT N/A MASTERS: M. Comm (Business Management) N/A N/A FT/PT N/A Legend: B. Admin. Bachelor of Administration B. Comm: Bachelor of Commerce B. Compt. Bachelor of Accounting Science B-Tech: Bachelor of Technology N/A: Not Applicable Admission of students with a National Certificate (Vocational Level 4) In terms of the Government Gazette of 26 November 2009, WSU accepts applications from prospective students who have a National Certificate (Vocational-Level 4) and who wish to register for Higher Certificate, Diploma or Degree programmes PROSPECTUS
15 The minimum entry requirements for admission to WSU with a NVC Level 4 are as follows: Qualification Higher Certificate Diploma Bachelor s Degree Minimum Entry requirement Must meet NC(V) Level 4 statutory requirements 40% in either home Language or First Additional Language but one must be the Language of Teaching and Teaching (LOTL) 50 % in either Mathematics or Mathematics Literacy 40% in Life Orientation 50% in the four other vocational subjects Submit a record of evidence for any subject failed Must meet NC(V) Level 4 statutory requirements 50% in three fundamental subjects including LOTL 60% in three compulsory vocational subjects Must meet NC(V) Level 4 statutory requirements 60% in three fundamental subjects including LOTL 70% in three compulsory vocational subjects BUSINESS, MANAGEMENT SCIENCES AND LAW 14
16 IMPORTANT SENATE NOTICE G7 READMISSION OF STUDENTS TO UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMMES The following rules and procedure shall apply to all undergraduate students to determine their eligibility for readmission to academic programmes according to Section 37(4) of the Higher Education Act, Act 101 of 1997 as amended: G7.1 A first year student who does not obtain sufficient credits to proceed to the second year of study will not be readmitted to the university on academic grounds. G7.1.1 FACULTY RULES GOVERNING STUDENT PROGRESSION AND EXCLUSION In support of the Senate rule, the Faculty has accepted the following accumulation of credits by students. (NOTE: While these credit accumulation standards apply across the Faculty, certain Schools may at their discretion apply additional requirements. Where applicable, these are stipulated under the various qualifications.) Students who fail to maintain the following minimum rate of progress will not be readmitted to the University on academic grounds: A One-year programme (120 credits, e.g. National Certificate, B Tech) (120 divided by 2years) After 1 semester 30 credits After 2 semesters An accumulated total of 60 credits After 3 semesters An accumulated total of 90 credits After 4 semesters An accumulated total of 120 credits A Two-year programme (240 credits, e.g. National Higher Certificate) (240 divided by 3 years) After 1 semester 40 credits After 2 semesters An accumulated total of 80 credits After 3 semesters An accumulated total of 120 credits After 4 semesters An accumulated total of 160 credits After 5 semesters An accumulated total of 200 credits After 6 semesters An accumulated total of 240 credits A Three-year programme (360 credits e.g. National Diploma) (360 divided by 5 years) After 1 semester 36 credits After 2 semesters An accumulated total of 72 credits After 4 semesters An accumulated total of 144 credits After 6 semesters An accumulated total of 216 credits After 8 semesters An accumulated total of 288 credits After 10 semesters An accumulated total of 360 credits A Four-year programme, (480 credits) (480 divided by 6 years) After 1 semester 36 credits After 2 semesters An accumulated total of 72 credits After 4 semesters An accumulated total of 144 credits After 6 semesters An accumulated total of 216 credits PROSPECTUS
17 After 8 semesters After 10 semesters After 12 semesters An accumulated total of 288 credits An accumulated total of 360 credits An accumulated total of 480 credits (NOTE: In determining the rate of progress, only semesters for which the student was registered will be taken into account) G7.2 A student who fails a course twice will not be readmitted to that course provided that the Head of Department (HOD) may, if the course is a prerequisite or a final course needed for the degree/diploma purposes, require the student to satisfy other specific academic requirements before allowing student to register for a third time. G7.3 A full-time student, who fails to complete the degree, diploma or certificate within the prescribed number of years, will be allowed an extra year for a certificate and extra two years for a diploma and degree. Should she/he fail to complete by the end of the expected period, then such student may be refused readmission on academic grounds. Part-time students will be allowed two extra years for certificate and three years for diploma and degree over the normal number of years. G7.4 Students not readmitted in terms of these rules will not be allowed to register for degree, diploma and certificate programmes of the university for at least one year. G7.5 Refusal of readmission of students from other universities on academic grounds shall be upheld and readmission will only be considered after the year period as in G7.4 for another programme. G8 Application of the Rules G8.1 Readmission rules will apply to undergraduate students in all faculties. G8.2 Students at risk will be those below the faculty s minimum progression requirements. G8.3 Exclusion will hold for a minimum of one year unless otherwise stipulated. G8.4 A student may apply for readmission in the same faculty or another faculty. G8.5 Each faculty will develop a process to review academic performance of students at a module and/or programme level. G8.6 This process to review academic performance from each faculty will be developed by each faculty and approved by Senate. G9 Determination of minimum requirements for Readmission G9.1 Minimum requirements of readmission will be determined by faculties, submitted to Senate for approval and published in the faculty prospectus. G9.2 Faculties will decide to determine generic faculty readmission requirements for all programmes or for each programme in the faculty. G10 Process to determine if Readmission Requirements have been met and to refuse readmission. The following process must be followed when reaching a decision that a student has not met the readmission requirements: BUSINESS, MANAGEMENT SCIENCES AND LAW 16
18 G10.1 The academic performance of all registered students in a programme will be reviewed against the readmission requirements by the Faculty Board Executive at the end of each semester examinations and year-end examinations. G10.2 The Directors of Schools through the HOD s will identify the students that do not meet the readmission requirements and submit them to the Faculty Board Executive at the end of each semester and year-end examinations for approval. G10.3 The Executive Dean will inform the students who fail to meet the readmission requirements in writing. G11 Appeal Procedures G11.1 All students have a right to appeal. G11.2 Each faculty will have a Faculty Readmission Appeal Committee (FRAC). G11.3 A student will submit his/ her appeal in writing with full motivation and supporting documentation to the Executive Dean s Office. G11.4 The Faculty Readmission Appeals Committee shall convene to look inter-alia at the following factors: G The student s academic record. G The appropriateness of the reasons for the refusal to readmit the student. G Whether there are any special circumstances related to the student s unsatisfactory academic performance to be taken into account. G11.5 The FRAC decision will be final. G11.6 All documents will be filed in the student s file. INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS Applications from international students are considered in terms of the institutional equivalence reference document and (where required) submission of qualification to SAQA for benchmarking in terms of the NQF. Such applications are also subject to the requirements under Rule G1.8 in the general prospectus. MATURE AGE STUDENTS Admission in terms of Mature Age Endorsement will be in terms of Rule G1.7 in the general prospectus PROSPECTUS
19 SCHOOLS OF THE FACULTY School of Accounting School of Economic & Management Sciences (EMS) School of Governance School of Public Relations, Media Studies and Marketing (PRMM) School of Law School of Tourism & Hospitality (SCOTH) Enterprise Development Centre (EDC) BUSINESS, MANAGEMENT SCIENCES AND LAW 18
20 FACULTY STAFF INFORMATION Executive Dean: Professor C. Anyangwe, Ph D (London), LLM (London), PGD Comp Law (Strasbourg), LLB,BA Law (Yaoundi) Ibika Site Tel No: Fax No: Potsdam Site Tel No: Fax No: NMD Site Tel No: Fax No: Deputy Dean: Deputy Dean: Faculty Manager: Dr A. Moodly, D Ed. (UNISA), MBA (BSN), M.Ed, B.Ed, B.A. (Rhodes), H.D.E. Vacant Vacant Quality Assurance Officer: Mrs N. Mbiza: Heritage Building Tel No: Cell: Fax: Faculty Administrative Officers Vacant Tel No: Fax No: Ms G.L. Willard Secretarial Diploma (JHB) Tel No: Fax No: Ms F.N. Mangisa B-Tech: Management (WSU) Tel No: Fax No: PROSPECTUS
21 Ms N. Gweshana B-Tech: Management (BT) Tel No: Fax No: Executive Secretaries Ibika Site (Butterworth) Vacant Tel No: Fax No: Potsdam Site (Buffalo City) Vacant Tel No: Fax No: Ms A.N. Situnda Hons: Bibl. (UNITRA) Tel No: Fax No: Ms Z. Mgqobozi Hons: Crim. (UNITRA) Tel No: Fax No Administrative Assistants Ms C. Tuswa ND: Pub. Mgt (BT) Tel No: Fax No: Ms N. Njokweni ND: OMT (ECT) Tel No: Fax No: Mr O.D. Yawa B-Tech: Management (WSU) Tel No: Fax No: Mr S. Nkohla Tel No: Fax No: BUSINESS, MANAGEMENT SCIENCES AND LAW 20
22 SCHOOL OF ACCOUNTING DEPARTMENTS Departments of Accounting and Chartered Accounting Department of Applied Accounting Department of Service Accounting Department of Commercial Accounting VISION We seek to be a pace-setter in advancing innovative learning and research that is responsive to the local and global environment, and consistent with the aspirations of all stakeholders. MISSION To excel in service delivery to the community we serve through: Innovative Teaching and Learning Quality Research and Publication Developing Community Partnership Programmes International Linkages PROSPECTUS
23 SCHOOL OF ACCOUNTING Acting Director of School Mr R. Midgley, CA (SA) Tel No: Fax No: Acting Executive Secretary Ms N.P. Matyeke, B Com. Acc. (UNITRA) Tel No: Fax No: CONTACT DETAILS BUFFALO CITY CAMPUS Potsdam Site Tel No: Fax No: BUTTERWORTH CAMPUS Ibika Site Tel No: Fax No: MTHATHA CAMPUS NMD Site Tel No: Fax No: BUSINESS, MANAGEMENT SCIENCES AND LAW 22
24 SCHOOL STAFF INFORMATION MTHATHA CAMPUS NMD Site Acting HoD s : Mr R. Midgley, CA (SA) Mr F. Kwahene CA (SA) Professors : Prof B.S. Stobie, CA (SA) P/T Senior Lecturers : Mr R. Midgley, CA (SA) Mr A. Ndlebe CA (SA) Mr D. Mrwetyana CA (SA) Mr F. Kwahene CA (SA) Mr T. Myoli CA (SA) Mr N. Radebe CA (SA) Ms A. Boakye CA (SA) Ms S. Webb CA (SA) Vacant Post Lecturers : Mr K. Manalore, M Com (Univ. of Poona) Mr S.M. Cyriac, M Com. PGDHRD Vacant Post Junior Lecturer : Ms N. Mtshizana, B Com Honours (UNISA) WSU Thuthuka Project : Mr C. Mzimkulu Coordinator Academic Secretary : Ms M Gadlela Applied Accounting Department (Ibika - Butterworth Campus and Queenstown Campus) Acting HoD : Vacant Senior Lecturers : Mr A. Yeboah, ACCA, MSc (Acc) (UK) Vacant Vacant Mr T. Simon, M Com (Kerala) Mr P.K. Boateng, FCIS, FCMA (UK) Lecturers : Mr M.H. Zwakala, B Com (WSU) Ms S. Gwaza, B-Tech: IA (WSU) Mrs B. Rayamahji, MBA (Nepal) Ms P. Tiso, B-Tech: IA (WSU) Ms N. Mbatiwe, PGCE (WSU) Ms K. Spelman, B-Tech: FIS (C.P.U.T.) PROSPECTUS
25 Mr M. Pumlomo, B. Ed (Hons) PGCE (WSU) Mr T. Marvenyengwa M.Com ACC (UNISA) Mr R.O. Enokenwa, B.Com (UNW) Vacant Ms M. Ranga MSc IT (UFH) Ms H.Z. Nxenye, B-Tech: IT (WSU) Mr C. Atoliyah, MBA (Finance), PGD (Accounting) H. Dip Computer Audit (WITS) Mr L. Mlawu, CTA (UKZN) Lab Technician : Ms M. Mpengesi, B-Tech: Business Admin. (WSU) Service Accounting Department (Buffalo City Campus Potsdam Site) Acting HoD & Lecturer : Mr J.C.V. Matthew, M Comm (Agra Univ, India) Senior Lecturers : Mr G. Forword, MBA (Edinburgh Business School Heriot-Watt) Mrs R. Luzuka, MBA (Bsn) CIA Mrs L. van der Walt, MBL (UNISA) Vacant Lecturers : Mr I. Cridland, MBL (UNISA) Mrs C. Cridland, MBL (UNISA) Mr J. Thaver, B.Com Hons, Adv. Tax Cert. Mrs V.V. Matsheke, M. Phil Higher Education (Stellenbosch) Mrs L. George, M Com (Kerala) Mr M.J. Nsangwe, MBA (MANCOSA) PGCAT (UNISA) Junior Lecturers : Mr V. Mandindi, B Com (UFH); PGCE (Rhodes) Mrs A. Bobo, B-Tech: IA (WSU) Mr O. Gqokonqana, B-Tech: IA (ECT) Ms D. Kutwana, B. Compt (UNISA) Vacant Vacant Office Administrator : Ms B. Pahlana, B-Tech: Comm. Admin (BT) Commercial Accounting Department (Mthatha Campus - Zamukulungisa Site) Senior Lecturer : Mr J. Ntupanyama, MBA (Kurukshetra) Lecturers : Mr C. Ofori-Boateng, B Compt (UNISA) Mr E. Qanga, B Tech IA (WSU) Ms T. Vitshima, B Com (HONS AUDITING) (UNISA) BUSINESS, MANAGEMENT SCIENCES AND LAW 24
26 Mr N. Dwayi, B Tech IA (WSU) Ms L. Mulenga, B Tech IA (WSU) Mr Y. Oppong, ACCA (UK) SAIPA Mr S.K. Ebenezer, M Com (Kerala) Ms N. Buka, B Tech IT (WSU) SCHOOL OF ACCOUNTING PROGRAMME READMISSION RULES 1. That no student be re-admitted to any programme in the School if they have not been registered in that programme for five years before the current year of registration. 2. That no student be re-admitted to any Degree programme if they have not been registered in the last 2 years preceding the year of registration. 2.2 Students who were previously registered within the last 3 to 5 years of the current year of registration will have to write an examination of the prerequisite subject. This examination will be written at the same time as the Special Examinations. 2.3 The Head of Department may, if the student has been working in commerce and/or accounting related employment, allow the student to write the entrance examination. This applies to students who were reqistered more than 5 years before the current year. 3. In respect of Bachelor of Accounting Science, only students who did not register for this programme in the year prior to the current year of registration will be exempt writing any entrance examination. PROGRAMMES AUDITING NATIONAL DIPLOMA IN INTERNAL AUDITING Offered at Ibika, Potsdam, Queenstown and Zamukulungisa Sites Qualification: National Diploma in Internal Auditing Offering Type: Full-Time Rules and Regulations The possession of a National Higher Certificate (NHC) in Accountancy shall serve as the general admission requirement in all diplomas offered by the Department of Internal Auditing. Entrance Requirements Applicants with a pass in all subjects offered in the National Higher Certificate in Accountancy will meet the entrance requirements. Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) Prior learning shall be recognised, subject to the requirement of each programme and as per WSU s Recognition of Prior Learning Policy (RPL) PROSPECTUS
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