THESE QUALIFICATIONS ARE OFFERED IN THE FOLLOWING FIELDS AT THE SOWETO CAMPUS (OFFERED IN ENGLISH ONLY):

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SECTION B.2: FIELDS OF STUDY

DIPLOMA PROGRAMMES

THESE QUALIFICATIONS ARE OFFERED IN THE FOLLOWING FIELDS AT THE SOWETO CAMPUS (OFFERED IN ENGLISH ONLY):

Accountancy

Financial Services Operations

EF.10 FACULTY MINIMUM ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS FOR DIPLOMA

PROGRAMMES

1. National Senior Certificate (NSC) – 2008 and after

The minimum admission requirement for a diploma programme is a National Senior Certificate (NSC) with a minimum of 30% in the language of learning and teaching of the higher

education institution as certified by Umalusi, with an achievement rating of 3 or better in four recognised NSC 20-credit subjects. (Government Notice, No. 751, 11 July 2008)

The following are specific minimum admission requirements in respect of diploma studies in the Faculty.

APS GROUP A SUBJECTS GROUP B SUBJECTS

% RATING Languages OR Orientation Life Subject 1 Subject 2 Subject 3

80 - 100 7 Language of teaching and learning - English Other recognised Language**

Mathematics Mathematical Literacy 70 - 79 6 60 - 69 5 50 - 59 4 40 - 49 3 30 - 39 2 0 - 29 1 MINIMUM 22 with Mathematics OR 24 with Mathematical Literacy 3 2 3 5 3*** 3* 3* 2*

* If a rating of 3 or more is obtained for the Other Recognised Language, then a rating of 3 or more is required for only one subject from group B, provided that the National Senior Certificate 4x3 diploma requirements are met.

** The performance rating for another subject taken instead of Other Recognised Language is the same as indicated for the Other Recognised Language.

*** The rating for Life Orientation is divided by 2 when calculating the APS.

Note 1: Meting the Faculty’s minimum requirements for a particular programme does not necessarily guarantee admission to that programme. Specific selection criteria may be applied within the required Enrolment Management Plan.

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2. Senior Certificate (SC) – Prior 2008

Admission requirements for candidates who completed the Senior Certificate.

An FETC, Senior Certificate, or equivalent qualification at NQF level 4 as determined by the Faculty Board and:

 English with a higher grade D or standard grade C symbol; and

 Mathematics with at least a higher grade E or standard grade C symbol; or Accounting with at least a higher grade D or a standard grade C symbol  M-score of 10

3. National Certificate (Vocational) NC(V) – From 2007

Admission requirements for candidates who completed the National Certificate (Vocational).

SUBJECTS STATUTORY MINIMUM ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS IN ADDITION TO THE NC(V) FEFS MINIMUM ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS IN ADDITION TO THE NC(V) FUNDAMENTAL COMPONENT 3 subjects form Group A of the approved subject list

Language of Learning and Teaching (English/Afrikaans) 50% 60% Mathematics or 50% 60% Mathematical Literacy 50% 70% Life Orientation 50% 50% VOCATIONAL COMPONENT

4 subjects for Group A of the approved

subject list

1 or more subjects may be specified for

FEFS 60% in `3 compulsory vocational subjects 60% in 3 compulsory vocational subjects

Note 1: Meting the Faculty’s minimum requirements for a particular programme does not necessarily guarantee admission to that programme. Specific selection criteria may be applied within the required Enrolment Management Plan.

Note 2: It is compulsory for applicants to have completed the NBT prior to registration.

4. Selection criteria

Selection is based on academic merit and the availability of places and hence may entail the use of additional criteria/requirements.

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EF.11 DIPLOMA IN ACCOUNTANCY (D3A15Q)

Full time

NEW NQF LEVEL 6 NEW NQF CREDITS: 368

PURPOSE

The purpose of this diploma is to provide accountancy knowledge and skills to ensure competence in performing reporting functions, rendering taxation services and management advisory services on an accounting technician level, and to convert this embedded knowledge practically into an accounting software programme.

CURRICULUM

FIRST YEAR SEMESTER MODULES

FIRST SEMESTER SECOND SEMESTER

MODULE NAME MODULE CODE NEW NQF CREDITS MODULE NAME MODULE CODE NEW NQF CREDITS Cost and Financial Management 1A CFM11A1 12 Cost and Financial Management 1B CFM11B1 12

Economics 1A ECO11A1 12 Economics 1B ECO11B1 12

End User Computing 1A*&** OR Introduction to Business Management 1B* EUC01A1*&** IBM01B1* 12 End User Computing 1A*&** OR Introduction to Business Management 1B* EUC01A1*&** IBM01B1* 12 Financial Accounting 1A FAC11A1 12 Financial Accounting 1B FAC11B1 12 Mathematics for Finance and Business 1A MATDCA1 12 Mathematics for Finance and Business 1B MATDCB1 12

* Due to logistical constraints (of computer labs) and the size of classes, End User Computing 1A and Introduction to Business Management 1B will be offered in both semesters to cater for the large group size. ** The Faculty of Management allows students to write a ‘Recognition of prior learning (RPL)’ exam for End User

Computing 1A (EUC01A1 (new code).On passing this RPL exam the student would have proved that (s)he has the required expertise needed for EUC01A1 and will therefore be granted a credit for the module. If a student wishes to write the RPL exam (s)he needs to register for both EUC01A1 (the academic module) as well as for the RPL exam (EUC01AR). On passing the RPL exam (EUC01AR) (s)he will be granted a credit for EUC01A1. If a student fails the RPL exam (EUC01AR) (s)he will remain registered for EUC01A1. No exam fee is attached to the RPL exam (EUC01AR). If a student passes the RPL exam (EUC01AR) (s)he will still have to pay the full amount for the module EUC01A1 but the student will be exempted from the module EUC01A1. Also note that a fail on the RPL exam (EUC01AR) will be reflected as such on the student’s academic transcript.

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SECOND YEAR SEMESTER MODULES

FIRST SEMESTER SECOND SEMESTER

MODULE NAME MODULE

CODE

NEW NQF CREDITS

MODULE NAME MODULE

CODE

NEW NQF CREDITS

Auditing and

Internal Control 2A AIC22A2 12

Auditing and

Internal Control 2B AIC22B2 12 Communication 1

Module 1 COS1AA1 12

Active Citizenship

1A ACS1AA1 12

Business Law 1A BUL41A1 12 Business Law 1B BUL41B1 12 Cost and Financial

Management 2A CFM22A2 12

Cost and Financial

Management 2B CFM22B2 12 Financial Accounting 2A FAC22A2 12 Financial Accounting 2B FAC22B2 12 THIRD YEAR SEMESTER MODULES

FIRST SEMESTER SECOND SEMESTER

MODULE NAME MODULE

CODE

NEW NQF CREDITS

MODULE NAME MODULE

CODE

NEW NQF CREDITS

Auditing and

Internal Control 3A AIC33A3 16

Auditing and

Internal Control 3B AIC33B3 16 Cost and Financial

Management 3A CFM33A3 16

Cost and Financial

Management 3B CFM33B3 16 Financial

Accounting 3A FAC33A3 16

Financial

Accounting 3B FAC33B3 16

Taxation 3A TAX33A3 16 Taxation 3B TAX33B3 16

EF.12 DIPLOMA IN FINANCIAL SERVICES OPERATION (D3F15Q) Full time

NEW NQF LEVEL 6 NEW NQF CREDITS: 368

PURPOSE

The purpose of the Diploma in Financial Services Operations is to develop the student’s knowledge in the area of financial services and its operations. The programme is comprised of a focused curriculum to prepare the student for a career in the financial services industry. Mastering of the curriculum will provide students with the ability to synthesise financial services operations principles in a professional manner. Fundamental knowledge of global financial services relevant to the financial services industry will be gained enabling the qualifying student to work in today’s world of the professional financial services operations industry. The programme emphasises

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competence, integrity, and application of ethics in a professional environment. The successful student will gain a global and South African financial market perspective and an in-depth understanding of the environment which will provide them with a competitive advantage for employment.

CURRICULUM

FIRST YEAR SEMESTER MODULES

FIRST SEMESTER SECOND SEMESTER

MODULE NAME MODULE

CODE

NEW NQF CREDITS

MODULE NAME MODULE

CODE NEW NQF CREDITS Mathematics for Finance and Business 1A MATDCA1 12 Mathematics for Finance and Business 1B MATDCB1 12 Financial Accounting 1A FAC11A1 12 Financial Accounting 1B FAC11B1 12 End User

Computing 1A* EUC01A1* 12

Introduction to Business Management 1B

IBM01B1 12

Economics 1A ECO11A1 12 Economics 1B ECO11B1 12

Fundamentals of Financial Services 1A

FFS11A1 12 Cost and Financial Management 1B CFM11B1 12

* The Faculty of Management allows students to write a ‘Recognition of prior learning (RPL)’ exam for End User Computing 1A (EUC01A1 (new code). On passing this RPL exam the student would have proved that (s)he has the required expertise needed for EUC01A1 and will therefore be granted a credit for the module. If a student wishes to write the RPL exam (s)he needs to register for both EUC01A1 (the academic module) as well as for the RPL exam (EUC01AR). On passing the RPL exam (EUC01AR) (s)he will be granted a credit for EUC01A1. If a student fails the RPL exam (EUC01AR) (s)he will remain registered for EUC01A1. No exam fee is attached to the RPL exam (EUC01AR). If a student passes the RPL exam (EUC01AR) (s)he will still have to pay the full amount for the module EUC01A1 but the student will be exempted from the module EUC01A1. Also note that a fail on the RPL exam (EUC01AR) will be reflected as such on the student’s academic transcript.

SECOND YEAR SEMESTER MODULES

FIRST SEMESTER SECOND SEMESTER

MODULE NAME MODULE

CODE

NEW NQF CREDITS

MODULE NAME MODULE

CODE NEW NQF CREDITS Financial Accounting 2A FAC22A2 12 Financial Accounting 2B FAC22B2 12 Risk in Financial Services 2A RFS22A2 12 Risk in Financial Services 2B RFS22B2 12

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Communication 1 Module 1 COS1AA1 12 Active Citizenship 1A ACS1AA1 12 Banking Operations 2A BOP22A2 12 Banking Operations 2B BOP22B2 12 Financial Services Operations 2A FSO22A2 12 Financial Services Operations 2B FSO22B2 12 THIRD YEAR SEMESTER MODULES

FIRST SEMESTER SECOND SEMESTER

MODULE NAME MODULE

CODE

NEW NQF CREDITS

MODULE NAME MODULE

CODE NEW NQF CREDITS Financial Accounting 3A FAC33A3 16 Financial Accounting 3B FAC33B3 16 Financial Market Regulatory Environment 3A FMR33A3 16 Financial Market Regulatory Environment 3B FMR33B3 16 Financial Services Operations 3A FSO33A3 16 Financial Services Operations 3B FSO33B3 16 Financial Services Preparations 3A FSP33A3 16 Financial Planning Operations 3B FPO33B3 16

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EF.13 ALPHABETICAL LIST OF MODULES, DESCRIPTION, PREREQUISITES

AND MODULE CODES FOR DIPLOMAS

MODULE CODE DESCRIPTION PREREQUISITE

ACS1AA1 or

ACS11A1 ACTIVE CITIZENSHIP 1A

AIC22A2 AUDITING AND INTERNAL CONTROL 2A AIC22B2 AUDITING AND INTERNAL CONTROL 2B

AIC33A3 AUDITING AND INTERNAL CONTROL 3A AIC22A2, AIC22B2 AIC33B3 AUDITING AND INTERNAL CONTROL 3B AIC22A2, AIC22B2

BOP22A2 BANKING OPERATIONS 2A

BOP22B2 BANKING OPERATIONS 2B BOP22A2

BUL41A1 BUSINESS LAW 1A

BUL41B1 BUSINESS LAW 1B

CFM11A1 COST AND FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT 1A CFM11B1 COST AND FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT 1B

CFM22A2 COST AND FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT 2A CFM11B1

CFM22B2 COST AND FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT 2B CFM11A1

CFM33A3 COST AND FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT 3A CFM22B2

CFM33B3 COST AND FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT 3B CFM22B2

COS1AA1 or

COS1A11 COMMUNICATION 1 MODULE 1

ECO11A1 ECONOMICS 1A

ECO11B1 ECONOMICS 1B

EUC01A1 or

EUC11A1 END USER COMPUTING 1A

FAC11A1 FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING 1A

FAC11B1 FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING 1B FAC11A1 – 40%

FAC22A2 FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING 2A FAC11A1, FAC11B1

FAC22B2 FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING 2B FAC11A1, FAC11B1, FAC22A2 – 40%

FAC33A3 FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING 3A FAC22A2, FAC22B2

FAC33B3 FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING 3B FAC22A2, FAC22B2, FAC33A3 – 40% FMR33A3 FINANCIAL MARKET REGULATORY

ENVIRONMENT 3A

FMR33B3 FINANCIAL MARKET REGULATORY ENVIRONMENT 3B

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MODULE CODE DESCRIPTION PREREQUISITE

FSO22A2 FINANCIAL SERVICES OPERATIONS 2A

FSO22B2 FINANCIAL SERVICES OPERATIONS 2B FSO22A2 – 40%

FSO33A3 FINANCIAL SERVICES OPERATIONS 3A FS022B2

FSO33B3 FINANCIAL SERVICES OPERATIONS 3B FSP33A3 FINANCIAL SERVICES PREPARATIONS 3A FFS11A1 FUNDAMENTALS OF FINANCIAL SERVICES 1A IBM01B1 INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS MANAGEMENT

1B1

MATDCA1 MATHEMATICS FOR FINANCE AND BUSINESS 1A MATDCB1 MATHEMATICS FOR FINANCE AND BUSINESS

1B MATDCA1

RFS22A2 RISK IN FINANCIAL SERVICES 2A

RFS22B2 RISK IN FINANCIAL SERVICES 2B RFS22A2

TAX33A3 TAXATION 3A FAC11A1, FAC11B1

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EF. 14 ALPHABETICAL LIST OF ALPHABETICAL LIST OF MODULES,

DESCRIPTION, PREREQUISITES AND MODULE CODES FOR FEFS

SERVICE MODULES FOR DIPLOMAS IN OTHER FACULTIES

MODULE CODE DESCRIPTION PREREQUISITE

AAS11A1 APPLIED ACCOUNTANCY SKILLS 1A AAS11B1 APPLIED ACCOUNTANCY SKILLS 1B

BCC11A1 CREDIT CONTROL 1A

BCC11B1 CREDIT CONTROL 1B

BFB22A2 FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT 2A

BFB33B3 FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT 3B BFB22A2

BKM11A1 or

CAE01A1 COSTING AND ESTIMATING 1A BKM11B1 or

CAE01B1 COSTING AND ESTIMATING 1B

CCZ1-1 COST ACCOUNTING 1(1)

CCZ2-2 COST ACCOUNTING 2A CCZ1-1

FPP11A1 or

FPO0AA1 FINANCIAL PRINCIPLES IN PRODUCTION 1A FPP11B1 or

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ADVANCED DIPLOMAS

THESE QUALIFICATIONS ARE OFFERED IN THE FOLLOWING FIELDS AT THE AUCKLAND PARK, KINGSWAY CAMPUS (OFFERED IN ENGLISH ONLY)

Accountancy Economics

Financial Management Financial Markets

Property Valuation and Management

CLOSING DATE FOR APPLICATIONS

 31 October annually for study in the following year.  31 August annually for international students.

Application forms and information are obtainable from the relevant department.

Preparatory study and an entrance examination may be required by the relevant department.

EF.15 ADVANCED DIPLOMA IN ACCOUNTANCY (ADIA01)

Full time

NEW NQF LEVEL 7 NEW NQF CREDITS: 120

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

The entry requirements for the Advanced Diploma in Accountancy are a Diploma or National Diploma with Financial Accounting, Auditing or Internal Auditing and Taxation at a 3rd year level and Grade 12 Mathematics with minimum APS score of 4. Students with an APS score below 4 for Mathematics or with Grade 12 Mathematic Literacy will only be considered after completion of the Mathematics for Diploma students module offered by the Faculty of Science at the University of Johannesburg to all second and third year Diploma students interested in pursuing further studies at the University of Johannesburg.

PURPOSE

The purpose of the Advanced Diploma is to prepare the student for further learning in the fields of Accounting, Auditing and Taxation. The programme will also prepare the student for the job market by enabling a student to apply integrated knowledge and advanced conceptual thinking skills to complex problems in Accounting, Auditing and Taxation.

CURRICULUM

FIRST YEAR – FULL TIME YEAR MODULES

MODULE NAME MODULE CODE NEW NQF CREDITS

Accounting ADIA001 30

Taxation ADIA002 30

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SEMESTER MODULES

FIRST SEMESTER SECOND SEMESTER

MODULE NAME MODULE

CODE

NEW NQF CREDITS

MODULE NAME MODULE

CODE

NEW NQF CREDITS

Mathematics ADIA004 15 Business Ethics and Citizenship ADIA005 15

EF.16 ADVANCED DIPLOMA IN ECONOMICS (ADIE01)

Full time

NEW NQF LEVEL 7 NEW NQF CREDITS: 120

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

The entry requirements for the Advance Diploma in Economies are a Diploma, National Diploma or BTech with Economics as a major up to 3rd year level (with an average of 55% for Economics 3 AND an overall average of 55% for the relevant qualification AND a minimum APS score of 4 for Mathematics). Students with an APS score below 4 for Mathematics or with Grade 12 Mathematic Literacy will only be considered after successful completion of the Mathematics for Diploma students module offered by the Faculty of Science to all second and third year National Diploma students interested in pursuing further studies at the University of Johannesburg.

PURPOSE

The purpose of the Advance Diploma is to broaden and deepen the knowledge, understanding, insight and skills with the aim of further learning in Economics. The programme is designed to prepare the student for the job market by providing them with the tools for the correct interpretation and understanding of the economy on a microeconomic and macroeconomic level, within a framework of the business environment.

CURRICULUM

FIRST YEAR – FULL TIME SEMESTER MODLES

FIRST SEMESTER SECOND SEMESTER

MODULE NAME MODULE

CODE

NEW NQF CREDITS

MODULE NAME MODULE

CODE

NEW NQF CREDITS

Microeconomics ADIE001 30 Macroeconomics ADIE003 30 Mathematical

Economics ADIE002 30

Macroeconomic

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EF.17 ADVANCED DIPLOMA IN FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT (ADFM01)

Full time/Part time

NEW NQF LEVEL 7 NEW NQF CREDITS: 120

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

The entry requirements for the Advanced Diploma in Financial Management are a Diploma or National Diploma with Financial Accounting and Management Accounting at a 3rd year level and Grade 12 Mathematics with minimum APS score of 4. Students with an APS score below 4 for Mathematics or with Grade 12 Mathematic Literacy will only be considered after completion of the Mathematics for Diploma students module offered by the Faculty of Science at the University of Johannesburg to all second and third year Diploma students interested in pursuing further studies at the University of Johannesburg.

PURPOSE

The purpose of the Advanced Diploma is to prepare Diploma or National Diploma students for further learning in the fields of Financial Management and Management Accounting. The programme will prepare the student for the job market by enabling them to apply integrated knowledge and advanced conceptual thinking skills to innovatively solve complex problems in Financial Management.

CURRICULUM

FIRST YEAR – FULL TIME / PART TIME SEMESTER MODULES

FIRST SEMESTER SECOND SEMESTER

MODULE NAME MODULE

CODE

NEW NQF CREDITS

MODULE NAME MODULE

CODE NEW NQF CREDITS Financial Mathematics ADFM001 15 Performance Management ADFM005 20 Performance Operations ADFM002 15 Financial Management ADFM006 20

Financial Operations ADFM003 15 Intermediate Finance B ADFM007 20 Intermediate

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EF.18 ADVANCED DIPLOMA IN FINANCIAL MARKETS (A3F15Q)

Full time/Part time

NEW NQF LEVEL 7 NEW NQF CREDITS: 120

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

The admission requirements for this programme will adhere to the University of Johannesburg’s Policy for Admission and Selection which is current at the time of the registration for this programme.

A student should have one of the following:

 New/Old NQF level 6 qualification with 3 years’ relevant work experience in financial markets; or

 New/Old NQF level 6 qualification in Finance; or  5 years’ relevant work experience in financial markets.

In addition, Grade 12 Mathematics with a minimum APS score of 3 is required in the NSC. Students with an APS score below 3 for mathematics or students with mathematic literacy will only be considered after completion of the Maths for Diploma students or Mathematics for Finance and Business 1A and 1B modules offered by the Faculty of Science at the University of Johannesburg.

PURPOSE

The purpose of the Advanced Diploma in Financial Markets is to develop the student’s knowledge of the discipline of financial markets and trading. The programme is comprised of a focused curriculum to prepare the student for a career in financial markets. The curriculum includes ten topic areas ranging from Introduction to Financial Markets to Theory of Corporate Events to Trading in Financial Markets and Concluding Financial Market Transactions. Mastering of the curriculum will provide students with the ability to synthesise financial market principles and apply financial instruments in a professional manner. Fundamental knowledge of global investments relevant to the financial market industry will be gained enabling the qualifying student to work in today’s world of professional financial markets industry. The programme emphasises competence, integrity, and application of ethics in a professional environment. The successful student will gain a global and South African financial market perspective and an in-depth understanding of the marketplace which will provide them with a competitive advantage for employment.

CURRICULUM

FULL TIME FIRST YEAR SEMESTER MODULES

FIRST SEMESTER SECOND SEMESTER

MODULE NAME MODULE CODE

NEW NQF CREDITS

MODULE NAME MODULE CODE

NEW NQF CREDITS

Client Service and

Financial Advice CSF7X01 15

Theory of

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Introduction to

Financial Markets IFM7X01 15

Trading in

Financial Markets TFM7X01 15 Client Investment

Needs CIN7X02 10

Application of

Corporate Events ACE7X02 10 Securities

Information and Market Conditions

SIM7X02 10 Execution of Market Orders EM07X02 10 Financial Markets Transactions A FMA7X01 15 Financial Markets Transactions B FMB7X02 10 PART TIME FIRST YEAR SEMESTER MODULES

FIRST SEMESTER SECOND SEMESTER

MODULE NAME MODULE

CODE

NEW NQF CREDITS

MODULE NAME MODULE

CODE NEW NQF CREDITS Securities Information and Market Conditions

SIM7X02 10 Theory of Corporate Events TCE7X02 10 Introduction to

Financial Markets IFM7X01 15

Trading in

Financial Markets TFM7X01 15 Application of

Corporate Events ACE7X02 10 SECOND YEAR

SEMESTER MODULES

FIRST SEMESTER SECOND SEMESTER

MODULE NAME MODULE

CODE

NEW NQF CREDITS

MODULE NAME MODULE

CODE NEW NQF CREDITS Client Investment Needs CIN7X02 10 Execution of

Market Orders EM07X02 10 Client Service and

Financial Advice CSF7X01 15

Financial Markets

Transactions A FMA7X01 15 Financial Markets

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EF.19 ADVANCED

DIPLOMA

IN

PROPERTY

VALUATION

AND

MANAGEMENT (ADPVM1)

Full time

NEW NQF LEVEL 7 NEW NQF CREDITS: 120

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

The entrance requirements for the Advanced Diploma in Property Valuation and Management are a Diploma or National Diploma with specialisation in property management or equivalent and Grade 12 Mathematics with a minimum APS score of 4. Students with an APS score below 4 for Mathematics or with Grade 12 Mathematic Literacy will only be considered after completion of the Maths for Diploma students module offered by the Faculty of Science at the University of Johannesburg to all second and third year Diploma students interested in pursuing further studies at the University of Johannesburg.

PURPOSE

The purpose of the Advance Diploma is to prepare Diploma or National Diploma students in the field of Property Valuation and Management. It will also provide an opportunity for students to become professional property valuers after successfully completing the requirements of the South-African Council for the Property Valuers Profession (SACPVP).

CURRICULUM

FIRST YEAR – FULL TIME SEMESTER MODULES

FIRST SEMESTER SECOND SEMESTER

MODULE NAME MODULE

CODE

NEW NQF CREDITS

MODULE NAME MODULE

CODE NEW NQF CREDITS Property Valuation and Management A ADPVM01 24 Property Valuation and Management B ADPVM03 24 Applied Time

Value of Money ADPVM02 24

Business

Mathematics ADPVM04 24

Discounted Cash

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EF.20 ALPHABETICAL LIST OF MODULES, DESCRIPTION, PREREQUISITES

AND MODULE CODES FOR ADVANCED DIPLOMAS

MODULE CODE DESCRIPTION PREREQUISITE

ADIA001 Accounting

ACE7X02 Application of Corporate Events TCE7X02

ADPVM02 Applied Time Value of Money ADIA003 Auditing

ADIA005 Business ethics and Citizenship ADPVM04 Business Mathematics CIN7X02 Client Investment Needs

CSF7X01 Client Service and Financial Advice

ADPVM05 Discounted Cash Flow Analysis ADPVM02

EM07X02 Execution of Market Orders ADFM006 Financial Management

FMA7X01 Financial Markets Transactions A

FMB7X02 Financial Markets Transactions B FMA7X01

ADFM001 Financial Mathematics ADFM003 Financial Operations ADFM004 Intermediate Finance A ADFM007 Intermediate Finance B IFM7X01 Introduction to Financial Markets ADIE003 Macroeconomics

ADIE004 Macroeconomic Research ADIE002 Mathematical Economics

ADIA004 Mathematics

ADIE001 Microeconomics

ADFM005 Performance Management ADFM002 Performance Operations

ADPVM01 Property Valuation and Management A

ADPVM03 Property Valuation and Management B ADPVM01

SIM7X02 Securities Information and Market Conditions

ADIA002 Taxation

TCE7X02 Theory of Corporate Events TFM7X01 Trading in Financial Markets

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BACCALAUREUS COMMERCII AND BACHELOR OF COMMERCE

(EXTENDED DEGREES)

THESE QUALIFICATIONS ARE OFFERED IN THE FOLLOWING FIELDS AT THE AUCKLAND PARK, KINGSWAY CAMPUS (EXTENDED YEAR IS ONLY OFFERED IN ENGLISH)

BCom (Accounting) Extended Degree

Bachelor of Commerce in Economics and Econometrics Extended Degree BCom (Finance) Extended Degree

NOTE: The BCom (Accounting) Extended students do not follow the Chartered

Accountancy (CA) stream curriculum.

EF.21 FACULTY MINIMUM ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS FOR EXTENDED

DEGREE PROGRAMMES

1. National Senior Certificate (NSC) – 2008 and after

The minimum admission requirement for a bachelor’s degree is a National Senior Certificate (NSC) with a minimum of 30% in the language of learning and teaching of the higher education institution as certified by Umalusi, coupled with an achievement rating of 4 or better in four subjects from the designated 20-credit subject list. (Government Notice, No. 751, 11 July 2008)

The following are specific minimum admission requirements in respect of extended Baccalaureus Commercii and Bachelor of Commerce degree studies in the Faculty.

APS GROUP A SUBJECTS GROUP B SUBJECTS

% RATING Languages OR Orientation Life Subject 1 Subject 2 Subject 3

80 - 100 7 Language of teaching and learning - English Other recognised Language**

Mathematics Mathematical Literacy 70 - 79 6 60 - 69 5 50 - 59 4 40 - 49 3 30 - 39 2 0 - 29 1 MINIMUM 27 with Mathematics OR 4 2 3 3**** 4* 4* 4* MINIMUM 30 with Mathematical Literacy 4 2 6 3**** 4* 4* 3*

* If rating of 4 or more are obtained for the Other Recognised Language and/or Mathematics, then rating s of 4 or more are required for fewer designated subjects from group B, in order to meet the 4X4 bachelor’s degree requirement.

** The performance rating for another subject taken instead of the Other Recognised Language

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*** English is required with a rating of 4 or more either as the Language of Learning and Teaching or the Other Recognised Language

**** The rating for Life Orientation is divided by 2 when calculating the APS.

Note 1: Meeting the Faculty’s minimum requirements for a particular programme does not necessarily guarantee admission to that programme. Specific selection criteria may be applied within the required Enrolment Management Plan.

Note 2: The first year of study comprises foundational modules. The second, third and fourth years are the same as the first, second and third years of study of the regular degree. Note 3: The BCom (Accounting) Extended degree programme does not provide direct access to

the Postgraduate Diploma in Accounting Science (the Chartered Accountancy (CA) stream). However, students who complete the BCom (Accounting) Extended degree, may enrol for a bridging programme (subject to space, admission requirements and the continued future offering of this programme). Upon completion of this bridging programme and compliance with specific performance requirements, candidates may then apply for the Postgraduate Diploma in Accounting Science.

Note 4: It is compulsory for applicants to have completed the NBT prior to registration.

2. Senior Certificate (SC) – Prior to 2008

Admission requirements for candidates who completed the Senior Certificate  A grade 12 certificate on NQF level 4 with exemption; conditional exemption or age

exemption

 Grade 12 Mathematics (No specific symbol nor a pass in the subject is required)  English First Language (HG) 50% (D symbol) or English Second Language (HG) 60% (C

symbol)  M-score of 10

3. National Certificate (Vocational) NC(V) – From 2007

Admission requirements for candidates who completed the National Certificate (Vocational).

SUBJECTS STATUTORY MINIMUM ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS IN ADDITION TO THE NC(V) FEFS MINIMUM ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS IN ADDITION TO THE NC(V) FUNDAMENTAL COMPONENT 3 subjects form Group A of the approved subject list

Language of Learning and Teaching (English/Afrikaans) 60% 70% Mathematics or 60% 70% Mathematical Literacy 60% 80% Life Orientation 60% 60%

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VOCATIONAL COMPONENT

4 subjects for Group A of the approved

subject list

1 or more subjects may be specified for FEFS

70% in 3 compulsory vocational subjects

70% in 3 compulsory vocational subjects

4. Selection criteria

Selection is based on academic merit and the availability of places and hence may entail the use of additional criteria/requirements.

5. Additional selection criteria

The applicant must be a previously educationally and/or socially disadvantaged student, profiled within the relevant policy framework/guidelines of the University.

Applicants may also be required to write a placement/aptitude test to evaluate their learning potential for the relevant extended curriculum programme/s.

Due to enrolment constraints only a predetermined number of students will be admitted to an Extended Baccalaureus Commercii or/and Extended Bachelor of Commerce programme. Hence other selection criteria may be applied.

EF.22 ALPHABETICAL LIST OF MODULES, DESCRIPTION, PREREQUISITES

AND MODULE CODES FOR EXTENDED BACCALAUREUS COMMERCII

AND EXTENDED BACHEROL OF COMMERCE DEGREES

MODULE CODE DESCRIPTION PREREQUISITE

MAEB311 or MAEB0A1

Basic Mathematics and Applications in Economics and Business A

MAEB322 or MAEB0B1

Basic Mathematics and Applications in Economics and Business B

MAEB311 or MAEB0A1 FRAM311 or

FRAM0A1 Financial Recording, Analysis and Management A FRAM322 or

FRAM0B1 Financial Recording, Analysis and Management B LES3000 or

LES0X00 Language for the Economic Sciences APS3000 or

APS0X00 Mastering of Academic and Professional Skills EBE3111 or

EBE00A1 The Economic and Business Environment A EBE3222 or

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EF.23 FOUNDATION YEAR CURRICULUM, PROMOTION REQUIREMENTS

AND PREREQUISITES

THESE QUALIFICATION ARE OFFERED IN THE FOLLOWING FIELDS AT THE AUCKLAND PARK, KINGSWAY CAMPUS (OFFERED IN ENGLISH ONLY)

BCom extended degrees provide alternative access for applicants who do not meet the minimum requirements to enter a regular BCom programme at the University of Johannesburg.

The minimum study period for each of the above extended programme is four years. The

foundation (first) year of study comprises foundational modules (New / Old NQF level 5), whilst the remaining three years are the same as that of the corresponding regular degree programme.

PURPOSE

The three BCom Extended Degrees (in Accounting, Economics and Econometrics and Finance) are aimed at access for success in terms of their foundational provision, i.e. in providing alternative access in the fields of Accounting, Economics and Econometrics, and Finance. Students are given foundational provision covering relevant academic skills together with subject-related themes, required to facilitate learning in the regular modules of BCom degree programmes. The combination of foundational modules enables students to develop a comprehensive perspective and effective strategies for adjusting to, and meeting the demands of, the higher education environment with the aim of being successful in the chosen BCom programme.

FOUNDATION YEAR

Full time

NEW NQF/ OLD NQF LEVEL 5 NEW NQF/ OLD NQF CREDITS: 128

CURRICULUM

FOUNDATION YEAR YEAR MODULES

MODULE NAME MODULE CODE NEW NQF CREDITS

Mastering of Academic and Professional Skills APS3000 or

APS0X00 16

Language for the Economic Sciences LES3000 or

LES0X00 16

SEMESTER MODULES

FIRST SEMESTER SECOND SEMESTER

MODULE NAME MODULE

CODE

NEW NQF

CREDITS MODULE NAME

MODULE CODE NEW NQF CREDITS Basic Mathematics and Applications in Economics and Business A* MAEB311 or MAEB0A1* 16 Basic Mathematics and Applications in Economics and Business B* MAEB322 or MAEB0B1* 16

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The Economic and Business Environment A EBE3111 or EBE00A1 16 The Economic and Business Environment B EBE3222 or EBE00B1 16 Financial Recording, Analysis and Management A FRAM311 or FRAM0A1 16 Financial Recording, Analysis and Management B FRAM322 or FRAM0B1 16

* MAEB311 or MAEB0A1 and MAEB322 or MAEB0B1 are couplet modules.

Note 1: The 2nd, 3rd and 4th years of study in the extended degree will be the same as the 1st, 2nd and 3rd years of study in the relevant regular degree. Refer to EF.26, 27 and 28. Note 2: The qualification is only offered in English.

PROMOTION REQUIREMENTS AND PREREQUISITES

The promotion of extended degree students, to each subsequent academic year of an extended BCom degree follows generally the same rules pertaining to students of a regular BCom degree.

However, all foundational modules must be completed within the first 2 years of study, failing which; a student will not be permitted to proceed any further in the programme. A

student, with any foundational module outstanding will not be allowed to enrol for 2nd year regular degree modules.

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EF.24 ALPHABETICAL LIST OF MODULES, DESCRIPTION, PREREQUISITES

AND MODULE CODES FOR FOUNDATION YEAR

MODULE CODE DESCRIPTION PREREQUISITE

ACC0AA1 or

REK0A01 ACCOUNTING A FRAM311 or FRAM0A1

ACC0BB1 or

REK0B01 ACCOUNTING B FRAM311 or FRAM0A1

ACC01A1 or

REK1A01 ACCOUNTING 1A FRAM311 or FRAM0A1

ACC01B1 or

REK1B01 ACCOUNTING 1B FRAM311 or FRAM0A1

BMA11A1 or

BMA1A01 BUSINESS MANAGEMENT 1A EBE3222 or EBE00B1

BMA21B1 or

BMA1B01 BUSINESS MANAGEMENT 1B EBE3222 or EBE00B1

ECO01A1 or

EKN1A01 ECONOMICS 1A EBE3111 or EBE00A1

ECO01B1 or

EKN1B01 ECONOMICS 1B EBE3111 or EBE00A1

FNM01B1 or

BSR1B01 FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT 1B FRAM322 or FRAM0B1

MAA00A1 or MAT00A1 INTRODUCTORY MATHEMATICAL ANALYSIS A MAEB311 or MAEB0A1, MAEB322 or MAEB0B1

MAA00B1 MATHEMATICAL ANALYSIS B MAEB311 or MAEB0A1,

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BACCALAUREUS COMMERCII AND BACHELOR OF COMMERCE

(REGULAR DEGREES)

THESE QUALIFICATIONS ARE OFFERED IN THE FOLLOWING FIELDS AT THE AUCKLAND PARK, KINGSWAY CAMPUS (OFFERED IN ENGLISH ONLY)

BCom (Accounting)

Bachelor of Commerce In Economics And Econometrics BCom (Finance)

EF.25 FACULTY

MINIMUM

ADMISSION

REQUIREMENTS

FOR

BACCALAUREUS COMMERCII AND BACHELOR OF COMMERCE

DEGREE PROGRAMMES

1. National Senior Certificate (NSC) – 2008 and after

The minimum admission requirement for a bachelor’s degree is a National Senior Certificate (NSC) with a minimum of 30% in the language of learning and teaching of the higher education institution as certified by Umalusi, coupled with an achievement rating of 4 or better in four subjects from the designated 20-credit subject list. (Government Notice, No. 751, 11 July 2008)

The following are specific minimum admission requirements in respect of BCom degree studies in the Faculty of Economic and Financial Sciences.

APS GROUP A SUBJECTS GROUP B SUBJECTS

% RATING Languages OR Orientation Life Subject 1 Subject 2 Subject 3

80 - 100 7 Language of teaching and learning*** Other recognised Language**

Mathematics Mathematical Literacy 70 - 79 6 60 - 69 5 50 - 59 4 40 - 49 3 30 - 39 2 0 - 29 1 MINIMUM

30 with Mathematics 4 2 4 NOT

ACCEPTED 3**** 4* 4* 3*

* If a rating of 4 or more is obtained for the Other Recognised Language, then a rating of 4 or more is required for just one designated subject from group B, in order to meet the 4X4 bachelor’s degree requirement.

** The performance rating for another subject taken instead of the Other Recognised Language

is the same as indicated for the Other Recognised Language.

*** English is required with a rating of 4 or more either as the Language of Learning and Teaching or as the Other Recognised Language.

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Note 1: Meeting the Faculty’s minimum requirements for a particular programme does not necessarily guarantee admission to that programme. Specific selection criteria may be applied within the required Enrolment Management Plan.

Note 2: The BCom (Accounting) Extended degree programme does not provide direct access to the Postgraduate Diploma in Accounting Science (the Chartered Accountancy (CA) stream). However, students who complete the BCom (Accounting) Extended degree, may enrol for a bridging programme (subject to space, admission requirements and the continued future offering of this programme). Upon completion of this bridging programme and compliance with specific performance requirements, candidates may then enrol for the Postgraduate Diploma in Accounting Science.

Note 3: It is compulsory for applicants to have completed the NBT prior to registration.

2. Senior Certificate (SC) – Prior to 2008

Admission requirements for candidates who completed the Senior Certificate  Senior Certificate with matriculation endorsement and

 Mathematics: Higher grade at least 40% (E-symbol) or standard grade at least 70% (B-symbol) and

 Language requirements: English (first language) higher grade at least 50% (D-symbol) or English (second language) higher grade at least 60% (C-symbol) and

 M-score of 15

3. Selection criteria

Selection is based on academic merit and availability of places, and hence may entail the use of additional criteria/requirements.

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EF. 26 BCOM (ACCOUNTING) (BCG014)

Full time

PROFESSIONAL ACCOUNTANCY STREAM

NEW NQF LEVEL 7/ OLD NQF LEVEL 6 NEW NQF/ OLD NQF CREDITS: 448

PURPOSE

The purpose of this qualification is to provide students with a comprehensive knowledge base for identifying, analysing, evaluating and solving problems in the following underlying core modules: accounting; auditing; taxation and financial management.

Students should be able to reflect on their decisions and applications in these fields to assess the effect thereof in the holistic context of accounting as a practice.

The curriculum below allows admission to the BCom Honours (Accounting or Internal Auditing or Taxation) programme. It is recommended for students who want to specialise in Accounting, Internal Auditing or Taxation.

CURRICULUM

FIRST YEAR SEMESTER MODULES

FIRST SEMESTER SECOND SEMESTER

MODULE NAME MODULE

CODE

NEW NQF CREDITS

MODULE NAME MODULE

CODE

NEW NQF CREDITS

Accounting 1A REK1A01 16 Accounting 1B REK1B01 16 Introductory Mathematical Analysis A MAT00A1 16 Financial Management 1B BSR1B01 16 Business Management 1A BMA1A01 16 Business Management 1B BMA1B01 16 Commercial Law KMR1A11 16 Commercial Law

1B KMR1B21 16

Economics 1A EKN1A01 16 Economics 1B EKN1B01 16

SECOND YEAR SEMESTER MODULES

FIRST SEMESTER SECOND SEMESTER

MODULE NAME MODULE

CODE

NEW NQF CREDITS

MODULE NAME MODULE

CODE

NEW NQF CREDITS

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Ethical Foundations to Commerce 2A

EFC2A01 16 Governance and

Control 2B GAC2B01 16 Business Information Systems 2A* BIS2A01* 16 Business Information Systems 2B BIS2B01 16 Commercial Law 2C KMR2C21 16 Governance and Control 2B GAC2B01 16 Financial Management 2A BSR2A01 16 Financial Management 2B BSR2B01 16 * The Faculty allows students to write a ‘Recognition of prior learning (RPL)’ exam for Business Information

Systems 2A (BIS2A01). On passing this RPL exam the student would have proved that (s)he has the required expertise for BIS2A01 and will therefore be granted a credit for the module.

If a student wishes to write the RPL exam (s)he needs to register for both BIS2A01 (the academic module) as well as for BIS2A00 (the RPL exam) and will be debited for the relevant fees for both. On passing BIS2A00 (s)he will be granted a credit for BIS2A01 and will be credited with the relevant fee for BIS2A01. If a student fails the RPL exam (BIS2A00) (s)he will be remain registered for BIS 2A01 and will not be refunded the fee for the RPL exam (BIS2A00). Also note that a fail on the RPL exam (BIS2A00) will be reflected as such on the student’s academic transcript.

THIRD YEAR YEAR MODULES

MODULE NAME MODULE CODE NEW NQF CREDITS

Accounting REK3AB0 32

Governance and Control 3AB GAC3AB0 32

SEMESTER MODULES

FIRST SEMESTER SECOND SEMESTER

MODULE NAME MODULE

CODE

NEW NQF CREDITS

MODULE NAME MODULE

CODE NEW NQF CREDITS Financial Management 3A BSR3A01 16 Financial Management 3B BSR3B01 16

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EF.27 BACHELOR OF COMMERCE IN ECONOMICS AND ECONOMETRICS

(B3N14Q) BCom (Economics and Econometrics)

Full time

NEW NQF LEVEL 7 NEW NQF CREDITS: 404 - 408

PURPOSE

The purpose of the programme is to equip students with the necessary theoretical and quantitative economic and econometric knowledge and skills in order to effectively perform their duties as economists/ econometricians in the private and public sectors of the economy.

CURRICULUM

FIRST YEAR SEMESTER MODULES

FIRST SEMESTER SECOND SEMESTER

MODULE NAME MODULE

CODE

NEW NQF CREDITS

MODULE NAME MODULE

CODE NEW NQF CREDITS Introductory Mathematical Analysis A MAA00A1 12 Mathematical Analysis B MAA00B1 12 Commercial Law 1A COL41A1 12 Financial Management 1B FNM1B01 12

Economics 1A ECO01A1 12 Economics 1B ECO01B1 12

Electives - choose ONE of the following Electives - choose ONE of the following

Accounting 1A ACC01A1 12 Accounting 1B ACC01B1 12

Accounting A ACC0AA1 12 Accounting B ACC0BB1 12

Electives - choose ONE of the following Electives - choose ONE of the following

Business Management 1A BMA11A1 12 Business Management 1B BMA21B1 13 Marketing Management 1A MMA11A1 12 Marketing Management 1B MMA21B1 12 SECOND YEAR SEMESTER MODULES

FIRST SEMESTER SECOND SEMESTER

MODULE NAME MODULE

CODE

NEW NQF CREDITS

MODULE NAME MODULE

CODE

NEW NQF CREDITS

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Economics 2C ECO2CA2 16 Economics 2D ECO2DB2 16

Economics 2F ECO2FA2 16 Economics 2E ECO2EB2 16

Econometrics 2A ECM02A2 16 Econometrics 2B ECM02B2 16

Electives - choose ONE of the following* Electives - choose ONE of the following*

Business Management 2A BMA12A2 16 Business Management 2B BMA22B2 16 Investment Management 2A IVM02A2 16 Investment Management 2B IVM02B2 16 Quantitative

Economics 2A* QTE2AA2* 16

Quantitative Economics 2B* QTE2BB2* 16 Marketing Management 2A MMA12A2 14 Marketing Management 2B MMA22B2 14 * Students that want to specialise in Postgraduate Econometrics must choose Quantitative Economics 2A

(QTE2AA2) and Quantitative Economics 2B (QTE2BB2).

THIRD YEAR SEMESTER MODULES

FIRST SEMESTER SECOND SEMESTER

MODULE NAME MODULE

CODE

NEW NQF CREDITS

MODULE NAME MODULE

CODE

NEW NQF CREDITS

Economics 3A ECO3AA3 16 Economics 3B ECO3BB3 16

Economics 3C ECO3CA3 16 Economics 3D ECO3DB3 16

Econometrics 3A ECM03A3 16 Econometrics 3B ECM03B3 16

Electives - choose ONE of the following* Electives - choose ONE of the following*

Business

Management 3A BMA13A3 16

Business

Management 3B BMA23B3 16 Quantitative

Economics 3A* QTE3AA3* 16

Quantitative Economics 3B* QTE3BB3* 16 Investment Management 3A IVM03A3 16 Investment Management 3B IVM03B3 16 Marketing Management 3A MMA13A3 16 Marketing Management 3B MMA23B3 16 * Students that want to specialise in postgraduate Econometrics must choose Quantitative Economics 3A

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EF.28 BCOM (FINANCE) (BCF014)

Full time

NEW NQF LEVEL 7/ OLD NQF LEVEL 6 NEW NQF/ OLD NQF CREDITS: 448 - 456

PURPOSE

The purpose of this qualification is to provide students with applied competencies in the mastering, analysis, interpretation and application of financial management, investment management, financial planning and accounting principles in preparation for a career in the financial management, investment management, financial planning and accounting fields as well as to provide a basis for further learning. The students should be able to reflect on their financial management, investment management, financial planning and accounting decisions and applications to assess the effect thereof in the holistic context of finance as a practice.

CURRICULUM

FIRST YEAR SEMESTER MODULES

FIRST SEMESTER SECOND SEMESTER

MODULE NAME MODULE

CODE

NEW NQF CREDITS

MODULE NAME MODULE

CODE

NEW NQF CREDITS

Accounting 1A REK1A01 16 Accounting 1B REK1B01 16 Introductory Mathematical Analysis A MAT00A1 16 Financial Management 1B BSR1B01 16 Business Management 1A BMA1A01 16 Business Management 1B BMA1B01 16 Commercial Law 1A KMR1A11 16 Commercial Law 1B KMR1B21 16

Economics 1A EKN1A01 16 Economics 1B EKN1B01 16

SECOND YEAR SEMESTER MODULES

FIRST SEMESTER SECOND SEMESTER

MODULE NAME MODULE

CODE

NEW NQF CREDITS

MODULE NAME MODULE

CODE

NEW NQF CREDITS

Accounting 2A REK2A01 16 Accounting 2B REK2B01 16 Business

Information Systems 2A*

BIS2A01* 16 Financial

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Investment Management 2A BLB2A01 16 Investment Management 2B BLB2B01 16 Taxation Planning 2A TXP2A01 16 Taxation Planning 2B TXP2B01 16

Electives - choose ONE of the following Electives - choose ONE of the following

Economics 2A EKN2A01 16 Economics 2D EKN2D01 16

Property Valuation and Management 2A PVM2A01 16 Property Valuation and Management 2B PVM2B01 16 Mathematics 1A01** MAT1A01* 24 Mathematics 1B01** MAT1B01* 24

* The Faculty allows students to write a ‘Recognition of prior learning (RPL)’ exam for Business Information Systems 2A (BIS2A01). On passing this RPL exam the student would have proved that (s)he has the required expertise for BIS2A01 and will therefore be granted a credit for the module.

If a student wishes to write the RPL exam, (s)he needs to register for both BIS2A01 (the academic module) as well as for BIS2A00 (the RPL exam) and will be debited for the relevant fees for both. On passing BIS2A00 (s)he will be granted a credit for BIS2A01 and will be credited with the relevant fee for BIS2A01. If a student fails the RPL exam (BIS2A00) (s)he will be remain registered for BIS 2A01 and will not be refunded the fee for the RPL exam (BIS2A00). Also note that a fail on the RPL exam (BIS2A00) will be reflected as such on the student’s academic transcript.

** Students may only enrol for this module if (s)he has achieved an APS rating of 5 for Mathematics in the NCS.

THIRD YEAR SEMESTER MODULES

FIRST SEMESTER SECOND SEMESTER

MODULE NAME MODULE

CODE

NEW NQF CREDITS

MODULE NAME MODULE

CODE

NEW NQF CREDITS

Financial

Management 3A* BSR3A01* 16

Financial Management 3B* BSR3B01 * 16 Financial Planning 3A FPL3A01 16 Financial Planning 3B FPL3B01 16 Investment Management 3A BLB3A01 16 Investment Management 3B BLB3B01 16

Electives - choose ONE of the following Electives - choose ONE of the following

Property Valuation and Management 3A** PVM3A01 ** 16 Property Valuation and Management 3B** PVM3B01 ** 16 Mathematics 2A01*** MAT2A10 *** 12 Mathematics 2B01*** MAT2B10 *** 12

Accounting 3AB0 REK3AB0 32

* Accounting 3AB0, as well as Financial Management 3A and 3B are prerequisites for the Postgraduate Diploma in Financial Management.

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** Property Valuation and Management 3A and 3B are prerequisites for the Bachelor of Commerce Honours in Property Valuation and Management.

*** Mathematics 2A and 2B are prerequisites for the Bachelor of Commerce Honours (Quantitative Finance).

Further stipulations:

The curriculum above is recommended for students who intended to apply for the BComHons (Quantitative Finance).

The above curriculum is also recommended for students who intend to apply for one of the following honours degrees or postgraduate diploma, and subsequently, on completion, want to write the qualifying exam for the corresponding professional designation:

Honours Degree and Postgraduate Diploma linked to Professional bodies:

Postgraduate Diploma in Financial Management  Chartered Management Accountant (ACMA) - CIMA

BComHons (Financial Planning)  Certified Financial Planner® (CFP®) - FPI

BComHons (Investment Management)  Chartered Financial Analyst® CFA®) - CFA Institute BComHons in Property Valuation and Management  Professional Valuer – SACPVP

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EF.29 ALPHABETICAL LIST OF MODULES, DESCRIPTION, PREREQUISITES

AND MODULE CODES FOR BACCALAUREUS COMMERCII AND

BACHELOR OF COMMERCE DEGREES

MODULE CODE DESCRIPTION PREREQUISITE

ACC01A1 or

REK1A01 ACCOUNTING 1A MATHS APS Rating 4

ACC01B1 or REK1B01 ACCOUNTING 1B ACC01A1 or REK1A01 – 40% ACC02A2 or REK2A01 ACCOUNTING 2A ACC01A1, ACC01B1 or REK1A01, REK1B01 ACC02B2 or REK2B01 ACCOUNTING 2B ACC01A1, ACC01B1 or REK1A01, REK1B01, REK2A01 or ACC02A2

REK3AB0 ACCOUNTING 3AB ACC02B2 or REK2B01

ACC0AA1 or

REK0A01 ACCOUNTING A MATHS APS Rating 4

ACC0BB1 or

REK0B01 ACCOUNTING B

ACC0AA1 or REK0A01 – 40%

BIS2A01 BUSINESS INFORMATION SYSTEMS 2A BIS2B01 BUSINESS INFORMATION SYSTEMS 2B BMA11A1 or

BMA1A01 BUSINESS MANAGEMENT 1A MATHS APS Rating 3

BMA21B1 or

BMA1B01 BUSINESS MANAGEMENT 1B MATHS APS Rating 3

BMA12A2 BUSINESS MANAGEMENT 2A

BMA22B2 BUSINESS MANAGEMENT 2B

BMA13A3 BUSINESS MANAGEMENT 3A BMA22B2

BMA23B3 BUSINESS MANAGEMENT 3B BMA12A2, BMA22B2

CCS22B2 or

KRS2001 COMMERCIAL COMPUTER SYSTEMS

COL41A1 or

KMR1A11 COMMERCIAL LAW 1A

KMR1B21 COMMERCIAL LAW 1B

KMR2C21 COMMERCIAL LAW 2C KMR1A11

ECM02A2 ECONOMETRICS 2A MAA00A1,MAA00B1

ECM02B2 ECONOMETRICS 2B MAT00A1

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MODULE CODE DESCRIPTION PREREQUISITE

ECM03B3 ECONOMETRICS 3B ECM03A3

ECO01A1 or

EKN1A01 ECONOMICS 1A MATHS APS Rating 4

ECO01B1 or

EKN1B01 ECONOMICS 1B

ECO2AA2 or

EKN2A01 ECONOMICS 2A

ECO2BB2 ECONOMICS 2B ECO01A1

ECO2CA2 ECONOMICS 2C

ECO2DB2 or

EKN2D01 ECONOMICS 2D

ECO2EB2 ECONOMICS 2E ECO01A1

ECO2FA2 ECONOMICS 2F

ECO3AA3 ECONOMICS 3A ECO01A1, ECO01B1

ECO3BB3 ECONOMICS 3B ECO1A01, ECO01B1, ECO2AA2

ECO3CA3 ECONOMICS 3C

ECO3DB3 ECONOMICS 3D

EFC2A01 ETHICAL FOUNDATION TO COMMERCE 2A

FNM1B01 or

BSR1B01 FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT 1B MATHS APS Rating 4

BSR2A01 FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT 2A FNM1B01 or BSR1B01

BSR2B01 FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT 2B

BSR3A01 FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT 3A FNM1B01 or BSR1B01, BSR2B01 – 40%*

BSR3B01 FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT 3B

FNM1B01 or BSR1B01, BSR2A01 or IVM02A2 or BLB2A01

FPL3A01 FINANCIAL PLANNING 3A

FNM1B01 or BSR1B01, BSR2A01 or IVM02A2 or BLB2A01, BLB2B01 or IVM02B2, TXP2A01, TXP2B01 FPL3B01 FINANCIAL PLANNING 3B FNM1B01 or BSR1B01, BSR2A01 or IVM02A2 or BLB2A01, BLB2B01 or IVM02B2, TXP2A01, TXP2B01, FPL3A01

GAC2B01 GOVERNANCE AND CONTROL 2B

GAC3AB0 GOVERNANCE AND CONTROL 3AB GAC2B01

MAA00A1 or MAT00A1

INTRODUCTORY MATHEMATICAL ANALYSIS A

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MODULE CODE DESCRIPTION PREREQUISITE

IVM02A2 or

BLB2A01 INVESTMENT MANAGEMENT 2A FNM1B01 or BSR1B01

IVM02B2 or

BLB2B01 INVESTMENT MANAGEMENT 2B

FNM1B01 or BSR1B01, IVM02A2 or BLB2A01 IVM03A3 or

BLB3A01 INVESTMENT MANAGEMENT 3A

FNM1B01or BSR1B01, IVM02A2 or BLB2A01 or BSR2A01, IVM02B2 or BLB2B01 IVM03B3 or BLB3B01 INVESTMENT MANAGEMENT 3B FNM1B01 or BSR1B01, IVM02A2 or BLB2A01 or BSR2A01, IVM02B2 or BLB2B01, IVM03A3 or BLB3A01

MMA11A1 MARKETING MANAGEMENT 1A

MMA21B1 MARKETING MANAGEMENT 1B

MMA12A2 MARKETING MANAGEMENT 2A MMA21B1

MMA22B2 MARKETING MANAGEMENT 2B

MMA13A3 MARKETING MANAGEMENT 3A MMA12A2

MMA23B3 MARKETING MANAGEMENT 3B

MAA00B1 MATHEMATICAL ANALYSIS B MAA00A1 or MAT00A1

MAT1A01 MATHEMATICS 1A01 Maths APS Rating 5

MAT1B01 MATHEMATICS 1B01 MAT1A01

MAT2A10 MATHEMATICS 2A01 MAT1A01, MAT1B01

MAT2B10 MATHEMATICS 2B01 MAT1A01, MAT1B01 and MAT2A10

PVM2A01 PROPERTY VALUATION AND

MANAGEMENT 2A

PVM2B01 PROPERTY VALUATION AND

MANAGEMENT 2B FNM1B01

PVM3A01 PROPERTY VALUATION AND MANAGEMENT 3A FNM1B01, PVM2B01

PVM3B01 PROPERTY VALUATION AND

MANAGEMENT 3B

FNM1B01, PVM2B01, PVM3A01

QTE2AA2 QUANTITATIVE ECONOMICS 2A MAA00B1

QTE2BB2 QUANTITATIVE ECONOMICS 2B QTE2AA2

QTE3AA3 QUANTITATIVE ECONOMICS 3A QTE2BB2

QTE3BB3 QUANTITATIVE ECONOMICS 3B QTE3AA3

BEL2A01 TAXATION 2A

BEL3A01 TAXATION 3A BEL2A01

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MODULE CODE DESCRIPTION PREREQUISITE

TXP2A01 TAXATION PLANNING 2A

TXP2B01 TAXATION PLANNING 2B TXP2A01 – 40%

* BSR2B01: Final Mark of at least 40% for students in their final year of study with only BSR3A01 outstanding.

** Even though Taxation 3A (BEL3A01) and Taxation 3B (BEL3B01) is not a couplet module, a student can only continue with Taxation 3B (BEL3B01) if he/she has a final and exam mark of 40% for Taxation 3A (BEL3A01).

EF. 30 ALPHABETICAL LIST OF MODULES, DESCRIPTION, PREREQUISITE

AND MODULE CODES FOR FEFS SERVICE MODULES FOR BACHELOR

OF COMMERCE DEGREES IN OTHER FACULTIES

MODULE CODE DESCRIPTION PREREQUISITE

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BACHELORS DEGREES (REGULAR DEGREES)

THIS QUALIFICATION IS OFFERED IN THE FOLLOWING FIELDS AT THE AUCKLAND PARK, KINGSWAY CAMPUS (OFFERED IN ENGLISH AND AFRIKAANS)

Bachelor of Accounting

EF.31 FACULTY MINIMUM ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS FOR BACHELOR

DEGREE PROGRAMMES

1. National Senior Certificate (NSC) – 2008 and after

The minimum admission requirement for a bachelor’s degree is a National Senior Certificate (NSC) with a minimum of 30% in the language of learning and teaching of the higher education institution as certified by Umalusi, coupled with an achievement rating of 4 or better in four subjects from the designated 20-credit subject list. (Government Notice, No. 751, 11 July 2008)

APS GROUP A SUBJECTS GROUP B SUBJECTS

% RATING Languages OR Orientation Life Subject 1 Subject 2 Subject 3

80 - 100 7 Language of teaching and learning*** Other recognised Language**

Mathematics Mathematical Literacy 70 - 79 6 60 - 69 5 50 - 59 4 40 - 49 3 30 - 39 2 0 - 29 1 MINIMUM

35 with Mathematics 4 2 5 NOT

ACCEPTED 3**** 4* 4* 3*

* If a rating of 4 or more is obtained for the Other Recognised Language, then a rating of 4 or more is required for just one designated subject from group B, in order to meet the 4X4 bachelor’s degree requirement.

** The performance rating for another subject taken instead of the Other Recognised Language

is the same as indicated for the Other Recognised Language.

*** English is required with a rating of 4 or more either as the Language of Learning and Teaching or as the Other Recognised Language

**** The rating for Life Orientation is divided by 2 when calculating the APS.

Note 1: Meeting the Faculty’s minimum requirements for a particular programme does not necessarily guarantee admission to that programme. Specific selection criteria may be applied within the required Enrolment Management Plan.

Note 2: The degree mentioned above is presented in English and Afrikaans.

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2. Senior Certificate (NC) – Prior to 2008

Admission requirements for candidates who completed the Senior Certificate  Senior Certificate with matriculation endorsement and

 Mathematics: Higher grade at least 40% (E-symbol) or standard grade at least 70% (B-symbol) and

 Language requirements: English (first language) higher grade at least 50% (D-symbol) or English (second language) higher grade at least 60% (C-symbol) and

 M-score of 15

3. Selection criteria

Selection is based on academic merit and availability of places, and hence may entail the use of additional criteria/requirements.

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EF.32 BACHELOR OF ACCOUNTING (BCA012)

Full time

CHARTERED ACCOUNTANCY STREAM

NEW NQF LEVEL 7/ OLD NQF LEVEL 6 NEW NQF/ OLD NQF CREDITS: 390

PURPOSE

The purpose of this qualification is to provide a well-rounded, technically focused education that equips graduates with the technical knowledge base, proficiency and pervasive skills that will enable them to demonstrate initiative and responsibility, and that will enable the development of leadership qualities.

The programme is designed in consultation with the South African Institute of Chartered Accountants (SAICA) and recognised by them as a requirement to practice as a chartered accountant. This qualification requires a thorough grounding in the knowledge, theory, principles and skills of the profession or career concerned and the ability to apply these to professional or career contexts. The programme also serves as basis for entry into several postgraduate study opportunities.

NOTE: The curriculum below allows admission to the Postgraduate Diploma in Accounting Science programme. It is recommended for students who intend writing the Initial Test of Competence (ITC) of the South African Institute of Chartered Accountants.

CURRICULUM

FIRST YEAR YEAR MODULES

MODULE NAME MODULE CODE NEW NQF CREDITS

Accounting 100 ACC100 28

Commerce 100 COM100 24

Introduction to Law 100 INL100 24

Economics 100 ECO100 24

SEMESTER MODULES

FIRST SEMESTER SECOND SEMESTER

MODULE NAME MODULE

CODE

NEW NQF CREDITS

MODULE NAME MODULE

CODE NEW NQF CREDITS Business Mathematics 100 MAT100 14 Accounting studies 100 AST1B01 12

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SECOND YEAR YEAR MODULES

MODULE NAME MODULE CODE NEW NQF CREDITS

Accounting 200 ACC200 30

Financial Management 200 FMA200 28

SEMESTER MODULE SPREAD OVER A YEAR

MODULE NAME MODULE CODE NEW NQF CREDITS

Taxation 200 TAX2AB0 12

SEMESTER MODULES

FIRST SEMESTER SECOND SEMESTER

MODULE NAME MODULE CODE

NEW NQF CREDITS

MODULE NAME MODULE CODE

NEW NQF CREDITS

Governance and

citizenship GOV2AB0 12 Auditing 200 AUD2B011 12 Informatics 100 IFM100 12 Commercial Law

100 CML1B01 12

Accounting studies

200 AST2A01 10

THIRD YEAR YEAR MODULES

MODULE NAME MODULE CODE NEW NQF CREDITS

Accounting 300 ACC300 34

Auditing 300 AUD300 34

Financial Management 300 FMA300 34

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EF.33 ALPHABETICAL LIST OF MODULE, DESCRIPTIONS, PREREQUISITES

AND MODULE CODES FOR BACCALAUREUS COMMERCII AND

BACHELOR OF COMMERCE DEGREES

MODULE CODE DESCRIPTION PREREQUISITE

ACC100 ACCOUNTING 100 MATHS APS Rating 5

ACC200 ACCOUNTING 200 ACC100

ACC300 ACCOUNTING 300 ACC200

AST1B01 ACCOUNTING STUDIES 100 AST2A01 ACCOUNTING STUDIES 200

AUD2B01 AUDITING 200

AUD300 AUDITING 300 AUD2B01

CML1B01 COMERCIAL LAW 100

COM100 COMMERCE 100

ECO100 ECONOMICS 100

FMA200 FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT 200

FMA300 FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT 300 FMA200

GOV2AB0 GOVERNANCE AND CITIZENHSIP

IFM100 INFORMATICS 100

INL100 INTRODUCTION TO LAW 100

MAT100 BUSINESS MATHEMATICS 100

TAX2AB0 TAXATION 200

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