In general a full year of study (taking all subjects required for that year) should not cost a student more than R/N$ 35 000 at most. Our aim is to provide affordable tertiary education that is also of international standard. Students will be equipped with a manageable workload aided by video lectures and a study guide while also finishing with a degree they can use anywhere in the world.
All BCom first year subjects are semester subjects (6 month duration) and will have a cost of R/N$ 2200 per subject. (This is not including library fee or then the purchase of the textbook if a student want a hard copy instead of using the library).
All BA and BEd subject (with one exclusion) is year subjects (run for 12 months) at a fee of R/N$ 3500 per subject.
The exclusion is Behavioural Science that is a year subject for R/N$ 4000.
BCom will have 30 subjects in total in order to complete their degree. (10 per year if taken all subjects per year, but as they can register for as many subjects as they can deal with, this may be less, for ex. 5 subject a year will then take 6 years to complete the degree).
BA and BEd courses run an average of 7 year subjects per year (total of 21 for the degree).
Study fees will depend on the number of subjects a student registers for in a semester/year. Therefore giving fixed amounts is not possible. If you would like a basic idea you can take a look at the prospectus or view the courses listed below for estimated price for YEAR ONE.
SEMESTER SUBJECTS PRICED AT R 2,200.00
Accounting Principles I
Accounting Principles II
Gender & Culture
Health & Society
Introduction to Business Statistics
Introduction to Management
Introduction to Marketing
Introduction to Operations, Information and Decisions
Law of Society
Leadership and Communication in Groups
Micro and Macro Economics
Monetary Economics and the Global Economy
Technology and Society
Workplace English & Etiquette
YEAR COURSE PRICED AT R 4,000.00
YEAR COURSES PRICED AT R 3,500.00
Communities and Organisations and Social Work
Drugs, Values and Society
Education in General Media
History of Journalism
Individuals and Social Work
Introduction to Educational Studies
Introduction to Psychology
Introduction to Social Work
Law and the Media
Literacy, Language and Communications
Policies Regarding Social Work
Principles and the Family of Sociology
Sociology and Deviance
Sociology of the Education Foundation
Welfare in Africa