Arts & Humanities

Message from the Dean

The department of Arts is focused on research, engagement with the community and delivering a true contribution to its immediate environment. The faculty of arts, however small, offers outstanding programmes with leading course material in its fields. With one of the first faculties to really emphasize its study into neuroscience, we aim to be world leading.

Throughout our courses we aim to contribute to the development of society, making a real difference in the lives of those we come into contact with. A Bachelors of Arts is not just a degree, it’s a key to wellness sharing. This degree gives you the key to enlighten the path of those you come into contact with. Whether it is sharing a story of importance or offering guidance to someone in need, we aim to give you the tools needed to be of help in whatever society you choose.

For more information please visit www.imperium-uni.com or email: dean@imperium-uni.com

 

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Calculating your Minimum Required Score

MR-Score (Minimum Requirement Score) will be calculated as follows:

Only your highest 5 subjects will count toward you MR-Score.

MR-Score IEB / NSC / NSSC IGCSE AS-Levels A-Levels
9 80-100
8 80-100 70-79
7 80-100 90-100 70-79 60-69
6 70-79 70-89 60-69 50-59
5 60-69 60-69 50-59 40-49
4 50-59 50-59 40-49 30-39
3 40-49 40-49 30-39 0-29
2 30-39 30-39 0-29
1 0-29 0-29

Applicants that do not meet the minimum requirements will be temporarily accepted on condition that bridging subjects are successfully completed in the first 6 months of their course.

Student admissions and administration

Students that wish to start their studies in January 2018 need to have applied by 30 November 2017. Students that wish to start their studies in July 2018 need to have applied by 31 May 2018.

You may apply for a maximum of three degrees at a time accompanied by an application fee of R/N$ 120.

For more details please visit www.imperium-uni.com or

email admissions.na@imperium-uni.com / admissions.za@imperium-uni.com

Undergraduate programmes

  • A student will be considered for admission when they are in possession of a certificate that is the equivalent of a Grade 12 in either Namibia or South Africa. When a student has already graduated from another tertiary institution, Imperium University will be accepted on those qualifications.
  • Each BA degree consists of multiple year modules over a minimum of 3 years.
  • A maximum of 7 years will be given to a part time student to finish each degree with a minimum of 3 subjects passed in the first year and 2 in the years that follow.

BA Psychology

Total MR-Score English requirement Mathematics requirement (Neuroscience route)
24 MR-Score of 4 MR-Score of 5

COMPULSORY
1st Year 2nd Year (Cognitive Sciences) 2nd Year (Health and Development Sciences)
Introduction to Psychology Cognitive Development Clinical Psychology
Research methods Behavioural Biology Linguistics of Children and Adults
Perception Psycholinguistics Social Psychology
Cognitive Neuroscience Cellular Neuroscience Consumption and Cognition
Developmental Psychology Syntax and Logic Mechanisms of Memory
Cultural Diversity Philosophy of Language

2nd Year (Mind, Culture and Society) 2nd Year (Neurosciences) 3rd Year
Cultural Psychology Cellular Neuroscience Mind, Brain And Consumption
Race and Ethnicity Mechanisms Of Memory And Vision Dissertation
Mind, Culture And Society Brain Decoding
Emotions In Cultures Computing Neuroscience
Social Psychology Cognitive Neuroscience II
Nervous System

Career options include: General Physiologist, Counselling, Industrial Psychology, Social Work, Clinical Psychology, Health Psychology, School Psychology, Child Psychology, Forensic Psychology, and Neuropsychology.

BA Social Work

Total MR-Score English requirement
23 MR-Score of 4

 

 

COMPULSORY
1st Year 2nd Year 3rd Year
Introduction to Social Work Social Work in Practice Critical Perspective
Welfare in Africa Human Growth Development Safeguarding
Individuals and Social Work Social Work Law
Social Work Policies Political and Social Policies
Social Work in Communities and Organisations Research Skills
Sociology Principles
Sociology in The Family

Career options include: Social Work, Child Welfare, Substance Abuse, Public Health, School Social Work, Mental Health.

BA Sport Psychology

Total MR-Score English requirement
23 MR-Score of 4

 

 

COMPULSORY
1st Year 2nd Year 3rd Year
Introduction to Psychology Research Methods Social Psychology
Academic English Behavioural Biology Sociology of Sport
Perception Cognitive Development Sport Psychology
Cognitive Neuroscience Computability of Logic
Developmental Psychology Sport leadership
Kinesiology Teaching Strategies In A Sport Environment
Anatomy Human Movement

Career options include: Psychology-General, Applied Sports Psychology, Clinical Sport Psychologist, Sport Rehabilitation Therapist, Sport Research Specialist, University Team Coach, Professional Team Coach, Sport Psychology Professor, and Guidance Counselor.

BA Sport Communications

Total MR-Score English requirement
23 MR-Score of 4

 

 

COMPULSORY
1st Year 2nd Year 3rd Year
Kinesiology Didacticus and Exercise Sport Psychology
Anatomy Sport Tourism Communications II
Academic English Sport Management Sociology of Sport
Law and the media Communications Sport and the Media
Global communications

Career options include: Sport Communication, Sport Journalist, Digital Strategy in Sport, Marketing Manager in Sport area, and Public Relations Professionals.

BA Journalism

Total MR-Score English requirement
23 MR-Score of 4

 

 

COMPULSORY

 

1st Year
2nd Year
3rd Year
Digital Media Data Journalism Disseration
History of Journalism Media Research methods
Academic English Media, power and society
Law and the media
Global communications
ELECTIVE
Foreign language Media and Gender Sport and the Media
Behavioural Science Internet Governance Mediating Childhood
Literacy, language and communication Globalisation of Media Communicating Causes
Political Science Media Law II Understanding Media Business
Sociology Social Media Trends Reporting the world
Film and Cultural theory media, money and markets
war, politics and propaganda data power
Reporting conflicts
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