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36 NQF credits at HEQSF level 7 Convener: Dr C Powell Course entry requirements: Undergraduate LLB students: concurrent registration with PBL2001H and RDL2002H.Graduate LLB students: concurrent registration with RDL1003W, RDL1004H, RDL1008H, RDL2002H, RDL2003H. Course outline: The first part of the course provides an introduction to the history of South African constitutional law and basic concepts such as democracy, legitimacy, constitutionalism, federalism, separation of powers and the rule of law. It then considers the institutional framework provided by the South African Constitution in detail. The second part of the course focuses on the protection of human rights in the Constitution. It examines the operation of the Bill of Rights and, using both SA cases and the jurisprudence of constitutional courts in other jurisdictions as well as the European Court of Human Rights, considers freedom of speech, equality and affirmative action, the protection of property rights and social and economic rights among other issues. DP requirements: None Assessment: November examination (3 hour) 60%; the year mark contributes the remaining 40% of the mark.
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Bachelor of Laws (LLB) – UKZN This undergraduate degree provides an excellent foundation for a wide range of career options. It is also a professional qualification which is an essential requirement for those who wish to practice law in South Africa. Duration: 4 years (full time) Entrance Requirements for the LLB degree are: • A National Senior Certificate with degree admission. • English Home Language level 5 or English First Additional Language level 6. • Mathematical Literacy level 5 or Mathematics level 3. • Life Orientation level 4. • Minimum composite Academic Point Score (APS) 32 not including Life Orientation. More information
Higher Certificate in Criminal Justice and Forensic Investigations at the University of Johannesburg Faculty of Law Higher Certificate in Criminal Justice and Forensic Investigations BASIC CRIMINAL LAW AND SPECIFIC OFFENCES Forensic auditors and other investigators of crime must have a basic understanding of the general principles of criminal law. In addition, the economic crime investigator must have detailed knowledge of the specific elements of those crimes he or she will investigate. Crimes that will be addressed are the so-called “white collar” or economic crimes. General principles of criminal law Fraud, with emphasis on management and employee fraud Theft, also identity theft Forgery and uttering Computer-related crime (Electronic Communications & Transactions Act No. 25 of 2002) Prevention and Combating of Corrupt Activities Act No. 12 of 2004 • Other statutory offences Download full course brochure For more regarding this course and applications visit UJ Law website
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cput prospectus 2018 Mastering the technology required to send a satellite into space, saving lives with your specialised knowledge of emergency medical care or designing a fashion collection – the sky is the limit when it comes to choosing a course of study at CPUT. Our courses We offer more than 70 career-focused courses. The documents and links below will help you choose the course that’s right for you. Faculty Handbooks contain detailed information about each faculty and course. The Online Prospectus will show you all our courses, their subjects, and their estimated cost. Applied Sciences Faculty Handbook Online Prospectus Business and Management Sciences Faculty Handbook Online Prospectus Education Faculty Handbook Online Prospectus Engineering Faculty Handbook Online Prospectus Health and Wellness Sciences Faculty Handbook Online Prospectus Informatics and Design Faculty Handbook Online Prospectus Admission requirements The Admission Requirements leaflet contains the admission requirements for all the courses presented at CPUT, as well as general admission information, qualification structures, and details about where each course is presented. Prospective students are encouraged to check the requirements of the course they want to study before applying. Download 2018 Prospectus
Walter Sisulu University Prospectus 2017/2018 Welcome to Walter Sisulu University, a university that is firmly entrenched in the hearts and minds of the people of the Eastern Cape. With four campuses located in Buffalo City, Butterworth, Queenstown and Mthatha, we have a wide-reaching impact across four district municipalities. Our diverse academic programmes allow WSU to produce graduates with skills that are necessary for our everchanging economic landscape. We endeavour to produce well-rounded graduates that will contribute meaningfully to society and the economy of this country. Our impact is not just in the Eastern Cape but across the country as we draw students from all provinces and our graduates can be found in all spheres of government and private sector. We have produced leaders in many industries and our graduates continue to assume senior and executive positions across many sectors in South Africa. WSU Application form 2018 pdf Download the prospectus Visit WSU website for more information
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NWU Prospectus 2018 – All courses Applications for admission open in March of the preceding year of study. The closing date of all selection courses and residence admission is 30 June of the preceding year. Learn more about different career possibilities and the degree you need to follow that career. Arts Economic and Management Sciences Education Sciences Engineering Health Sciences Law Natural Sciences Theology ARTS Degree Direction Occupations Duration Requirements APS Taal/Language BA Development and Management Combinations: Public Management with Human Resource Management and Labour Relations Public Management and Governance* Public Management and Politics with Law subjects Public Management and Government with Economics • Public Management and Government with Sociology* Public Management and Environment Train students as entry and mid-level managers in the private and public sector. Train students to understand legislation that underwrites the governance function and that offers frameworks for public managers within the SA government structures. 3 years University entrance Language requirement 20 The language of instruction for this curriculum is Afrikaans, but is simultaneously interpreted in English (year level 1-3) BA Humanities Combinations: A variety of the following subjects can be taken as majors in the respective curricula: Afrikaans and Dutch Industrial Psychology Economics English Philosophy […]
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UCT Undergraduate Courses Download an undergraduate courses brochure from UCT here. This prospectus is a guide for school-leavers and others who are interested in studying for a first qualification at the University of Cape Town. It introduces you to life at UCT, describing the campus and detailing the services and facilities we provide for students. Details of all undergraduate programmes offered are provided. We recommend that you also visit the websites of faculties and departments in which you may be interested. Download an undergraduate courses brochure from UCT here.
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