Document 299847

INFORMATION MANUAL
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DISTANCE
EDUCATION
STUDENTS
POLYTECHNIC
OF NAMIBIA
VISION
Through pedagogic innovation, the Centre for Open and Lifelong Learning seeks to be
internationally recognised and distinguished for the design and delivery of supported
open and distance learning.
MISSION
The Centre is committed to:
• access to high-quality university education;
• foster collaboration across organisational boundaries and the intelligent application
of technology to provide high levels of service which are valued by students;
• providing the most appropriate and effective learning and teaching media and
support services;
• flexibly provide student-centred learning experiences;
• programmes that meet individual lifelong learning needs; and
• continually enhancing the quality of course materials and support services.
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1.
Welcome4
2.
Registration4
3.Contact with the Polytechnic of Namibia and Regional Centres
5
4.Compiling your Study Programme9
5.Assignments9
6.
Vacation Schools, Weekend Tutorials, Radio Tutorials and e-Learning Courses
12
7.Study via e-Learning13
8.Sources at your Disposal14
9.Application for and Use of Library Books15
10.
Regulations for Admission to the Examination16
11.Conclusion16
12.
NOTE: Students Registering for Research Project
17
13.NOTE: Students Registering for English Courses
17
14.
NOTE: Special Rectors Examinations 19
Addendum A: Assignment Schedule: Bachelor of Public Management
20
Bachelor of Technology Public Management
Addendum B: Assignment Schedule:Bachelor of Accounting (GENERAL)
24
Bachelor of Accounting (CHARTED ACCOUNTANCY)
Bachelor of Technology in Accounting and Finance
Addendum C: Assignment Schedule:Bachelor of Marketing28
Addendum D: Assignment Schedule:Bachelor of Human Resources Management
34
Addendum E: Assignment Schedule:Bachelor of Business Management
37
Bachelor of Business Administration
Addendum F: Assignment Schedule: Bachelor of Economics
41
Bachelor of Technology in Economics
Addendum G: Assignment Schedule: Bachelor of Office Management and Technology
44
Addendum H: Assignment Schedule: Bachelor of English 47
Addendum I: Assignment Schedule: Bachelor of Communication
48
Addendum J: Assignment Schedule: Bachelor of Hospitality Management
50
Addendum K: Assignment Schedule:Bachelor of Travel and Tourism Management
51
Addendum L: Assignment Schedule: Bachelor of Transport Management
52
Addendum M: Assignment Schedule: Bachelor of Logistics and Supply Chain Management 56
Addendum N: Assignment Schedule: Certificate in Vocational Education and Training: Trainer
59
Addendum O: Assignment Schedule
Higher Certificate in Vocational Education and Training: Trainer
62
Addendum P: Assignment Schedule: Certificate in Namibian Environmental Education (NEEC)
64
Addendum Q: Assignment Schedule: Bachelor of English Honours
65
Addendum R: Assignment Schedule:Bachelor of Marketing Honours 66
Addendum S: Assignment Schedule:Bachelor of Human Resources Management Honours
67
Addendum T: Assignment Schedule:
e-Learning Courses70
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1. WELCOME
We wish to welcome you to the Centre for Open and Lifelong Learning (COLL) at the Polytechnic of Namibia. We
are at your service and will gladly assist you in your studies.
Distance education is a unique method of instruction and study. It is unique in the sense that the main medium of instruction is the
written word and that you are therefore enabled to study at home. A further advantage is that, as a working adult student, you can
continually apply theoretical knowledge to your work situation.
This system of instruction is based on the principle of reciprocal communication between you and your tutor. This is made possible
because the instructional material (textbooks, printed study guides, tutorial letters, CD, DVD, eCourse Content or eTutorial)
prescribed and/or supplied to you, have to be studied. Studying through distance education therefore requires thorough planning
and continuous commitment to your studies. Assignments based on your instructional material must be completed regularly and
submitted before or on the due date stipulated in this Manual. Weekend tutorials are also organised at the Main Campus and
Regional Centres from time to time. Please liaise with your Coordinators: Academic Support or your Regional Coordinator for a
timetable in this regard. Radio-tutorials, CDs, DVDs, eCourse Content and eTutorials are the latest additions to support you in
your studies. Radio Tutorials are broadcast on National Radio to supplement print-based instructional material and face-to-face
sessions with 10 minute radio programmes.
COLL is aware of the difficult circumstances under which many of you have to study and is therefore eager to provide assistance to
enable you to derive full benefit from your studies. If there is anything you do not understand, or which needs to be explained, you
should not hesitate to seek advice from your Tutors, Coordinators and Student Support Officers. You may contact them by phone,
email, and letter or by a personal visit arranged beforehan d. Tutors, Coordinators and Student Support Officers are always willing
to help.
The contact details for your Coordinators and Student Support Officers are available in this Manual, your Yearbook, Information
Circular and on COLL’s website: www.polytechnic.edu.na/centres/coll/coll.php.
The contact details for your tutors will be issued to you upon registration as part of an Information Circular.
2.REGISTRATION
By signing the registration form, you declare that you are familiar with the contents of the Polytechnic Yearbook 1
and the regulations for the degree, diploma or certificate programme you are registered for. You further undertake
to strictly obey all rules and regulations of the Polytechnic of Namibia.
2.1
Closing dates for registration
NOTE
 Applications for registration must be received before or on the relevant closing date. Applications received after this
date will NOT be accepted. This includes postal applications.
 You are strongly advised to register in good time and NOT to wait till the closing date.
 See the Polytechnic Yearbook 1 and your year programme (attached to your Information Circular) for the closing
dates for applications, registration, cancellation of courses, notice of expectation to graduate, due dates for payment
of tuition fees and other important dates you need to attend to.
2.2
Students who register in person
 If you live in or around the vicinity of Windhoek or one of the Regional Centres, you may personally hand in your
application for registration at the respective offices. You will only receive the instructional material if the initial
prescribed tuition fees have been paid upon registration.
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2.3
Students who register by mail
 If you apply by mail you must ensure that your application for registration is in order (see closing date for submission
of application forms). THE COMPLETED APPLICATION FORM TOGETHER WITH THE INITIAL PRESCRIBED
FEES MUST BE RECEIVED BEFORE THE CLOSING DATE as well as documents required for admission to the
particular certificate, diploma or degree. The above should be sent to:
Student Records and Admissions
STAMP
Polytechnic of Namibia
Private Bag 13388
WINDHOEK
NAMIBIA
 If you were previously registered at the Polytechnic of Namibia, you retain your existing student number allocated at
the first time of registration. THIS NUMBER MUST BE INDICATED ON THE APPLICATION FORM. A new number
will not be issued. You must also indicate the proposed qualification/study programme on the application form. If this
information is not indicated, the application form will be regarded as incomplete, leading to possible disqualification
of registration.
 Instructional material will be sent to Regional Centres where applicable. If instructional material is not received within
two weeks of registration and if no further communication is received from COLL, the Regional Centre or COLL must
be contacted.
 Upon issuing/receiving of instructional material, students are responsible to verify and ensure that they receive the
correct instructional material for the courses they registered for. Assignments based on wrong instructional material
and tutorial letters will not be accepted for marking.
 Duplicate instructional material (should you have misplaced yours) will be issued to distance education students at
the following costs:
Study guide
-
Tutorial Letters -
N$ 300-00
N$ 45-00
CD/DVD’s
-N$ 45-00
3.
The above-mentioned amounts are subject to change.
CONTACT WITH THE POLYTECHNIC OF NAMIBIA, CENTRE FOR OPEN AND
LIFELONG LEARNING AND REGIONAL CENTRES
Because of the type of tuition provided through the Centre for Open and Lifelong Learning, communication between students,
support staff and tutors is based primarily on comments in assignments, tutorial letters and regular contact. Should you have any
problems regarding assignments or your studies, you should contact us.
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By telephone or e-mail
3.1
3.1.1
Administrative matters
 You must make a distinction between administrative matters and academic matters.
 Tutors must only be phoned in connection with academic matters relating to the study of your course. Any administrative
matter must be discussed with COLL staff members.
 COLL staff members can be contacted at one of the following telephone numbers or e-mails:
Dr Delvaline MöwesDirector: COLL 207 2206 [email protected]
Ms Josephine Khaibes
207 2081
[email protected]
Acting Secretary: COLL
VacantDeputy Director: COLL
Ms Leena Kloppers
Coordinator: Educational Technology
Ms Antoinette WentworthCoordinator: Courseware 207 [email protected]
207 2264
[email protected]
207 2126
[email protected]
Development: Print Based
Ms Estelle Cloete
Coordinator: Finance and Office
Management
Ms Judith Britz
Coordinator: Academic Support
207 2203 [email protected]
Ms Martha Niitembu
Coordinator: Academic Support
207 2789
[email protected]
Ms Yvonne Tjizumaue
Coordinator: Administrative Support
207 2561
[email protected]
Educational Technologist
207 2127
[email protected]
Ms Brenda Kaumbangere
Student Support Officer 207 2071
[email protected]
Ms Gillian Feris Student Support Officer
207 2801
[email protected]
Ms Henrietha Beukes
Student Support Officer
207 2558
[email protected]
Mr Johnson Mutirua
Student Support Officer
207 2802
[email protected]
Mr Macdonald Handura
Student Support Officer 207 2259
[email protected]
Mr Victor Riddles
Student Support Officer
207 2757
Mr Charles Mbazuvara
Senior Store and Dispatch Officer
207 2756
[email protected]
Mr Godhardt Vries
Store and Dispatch Clerk
207 2235
[email protected]
Mr Embrochious Petersen
Store and Dispatch Clerk
207 2567
[email protected]
Vacant Instructional Designer: Print Based
Ms Helvi Wheeler
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[email protected]
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3.1.2
Contact with Tutors for academic matters
 The names and contact details of Tutors will be available upon registration, as part of an Information Circular.
 Tutors should only be contacted in connection with academic matters relating to your course.
 Please make sure before contacting your Tutor, that you know exactly what you are seeking assistance for. Always
have your questions and instructional material at hand when phoning.
ALWAYS HAVE YOUR STUDENT NUMBER AT HAND WHEN YOU CALL THE POLYTECHNIC
3.2
By letter
3.2.1
Letters concerning admission, registration, graduation and related matters
You must address all correspondence relating to the above to the Faculty Officer concerned and at the following address
STAMP
STAMP
Polytechnic of Namibia
Private Bag 13388
WINDHOEK
Faculty Officer
Ms Petsy Neiss
Qualification Responsible For
Bachelor: English
[email protected]
Bachelor: English Honours
Bachelor: Communication
Telephone Number
+264 61 207 2160
Bachelor: Marketing
Bachelor: Marketing Honours
Mr Gilbert //Hoabeb
Bachelor: Business Management
[email protected]
Bachelor: Business Administration
+264 61 207 2320
Bachelor: Office Management & Technology
Ms Neriene Hoebes
Bachelor: Hospitality Management
[email protected]
Bachelor: Travel and Tourism Management
+264 61 207 2963
Certificate: Namibian Environmental Education (NEEC)
Ms Indira Mbako
Bachelor: Human Resources Management
[email protected]
Bachelor: Human Resources Management Honours
Bachelor: Transport Management
Mr Oswin Nangula
Bachelor: Logistics and Supply Chain Management
Bachelor: Economics
[email protected]
Bachelor of Technology: Economics
Certificate: Vocational Education and Training
Mr Wynand Narimab
Higher Certificate: Vocational Education and Training
Bachelor: Public Management
[email protected]
Ms Ottilie Nelago
Bachelor of Technology: Public Management
Bachelor: Accounting (General)
[email protected]
Bachelor: Accounting (Chartered Accountancy)
Bachelor of Technology: Accounting and Finance
Mention your student number and the course code in all communication with the Polytechnic.
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+264 61 207 2170
+264 61 207 2016
+264 61 207 2923
+264 61 207 2671
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3.2.2
Letters to COLL
All letters in connection with distance The Director
STAMP
education should be directed to:Centre for Open and Lifelong Learning
Polytechnic of Namibia
Private Bag 13388
WINDHOEK
NAMIBIA
3.3
PERSONAL VISITS
You are always welcome to come and see us to discuss your studies. If you would like to see a particular Tutor, you are advised
to make an appointment with him/her.
Please refer to the Information Circular for We are at the:
information on tutor-markers details. Polytechnic Campus
13 Störch Street
Windhoek-West
WINDHOEK
3.4
CONTACT WITH REGIONAL CENTRES
Students living in the vicinity of Regional Centres are advised to consult the Regional Coordinator in charge, should there be any
administrative enquiries, e.g. application, registration, course amendments, fees, instructional material, submission
of assignments, examination, face-to-face tutorials, eTutorials etc.
The following Regional Centres are in operation:
TOWN
GOBABIS
KATIMA MULILO
REGIONAL
COORDINATOR/
STUDENT SUPPORT
ASSISTANT
Ms Gwendoline Beukes
Ms Chandre Beukes
OPUWO
OTJIWARONGO
OUTAPI
RUNDU
TSUMEB
WALVIS BAY
Erf 919, Quinto Cuanavale Avenue
P O Box 1043, GOBABIS
Ms Julia Matengu
Ms Selma Naanda
Mr Eric Mubonda
Ms Elvira Van Wyk
Ms Jacqueline Hunibes
Mr Festus Shimhulu
Ms Theresia Kuuvilwa
Mr Charles Lushu
Ms Aplonia Dikuwa
Mr Menason Katjirua
Mr Lukas Shikulo
Ms Ndapanda Ampueja
TELEPHONE
FAX
+264 62-564071 +264 65-64183
Wenela Road
Mr Christopher Madyaao
Zambezi Vocational Training Centre
Ms Natasha Muletwa
P O Box 281, KATIMA MULILO
Mr Antonio Stuurmann
KEETMANSHOOP Mr M. Josob
ONGWEDIVA
PHYSICAL ADDRESS/BOX
Erf 313, No. 7, Corner of 5th Avenue & Luchtenstein
Street
P O Box 1780, KEETMANSHOOP
Erf 6235
MVA Fund Service Centre
P O Box 3335, ONGWEDIVA
Mbombijazo Avenue
Ministry of Education Building
Teachers Resource Centre
Putwavanga Junior Secondary School
P O Box 84, OPUWO
E-MAIL
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
+264 66-252388
+264 66-252202
+264 63-221033
[email protected]
+264 63-222051 edu.na
[email protected]
+264 65-231276
+264 65-231277
[email protected]
[email protected]
+264 65-272965
+264 65-272967 [email protected]
Erf 1157, Bahnhof Street
P O Box 607, OTJIWARONGO
+264 67-301149
[email protected]
+264 67-301290 [email protected]
Erf: 1766, Central Business District, Ngoma Street
PO Box 793, Outapi
+264 65-251368
[email protected]
+264 65-251369 [email protected]
+264 66-255270
+264 66-255379
+264 67-220483
+264 67-220647 [email protected]
+264 64-203603
[email protected]
+264 64-209715 [email protected]
Erf 452
Independence Avenue
NAMCOL Regional Office
P O Box 2406, RUNDU
Erf 69, Old Ongopolo Head Office, 70, President
Avenue
P O Box 463, TSUMEB
Erf 3033, Narraville Municipal Offices, Koraal Street
Narraville
P O Box 8011, Narraville, WALVISBAY
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[email protected]
[email protected]
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4.
COMPILING YOUR STUDY PROGRAMME
After having read the first tutorial letter, you should read your instructional material to get an overall
impression of the nature and scope of the course(s) you are registered for. Once you have done this you
must compile a study programme for the semester/year. Determine the dates for the submission of
assignments, decide how much time you can allow for each course and how you are going to divide
your time between working on assignments, reading of recommended books, and studying the
instructional material. If you do not do this, you might not be able to get through your work or be
less successful than if you had planned your work. Study the contents of the first tutorial letter and
the instructional material before you consult the prescribed and recommended text book(s).
5.
ASSIGNMENTS
 General remarks
Experience has shown that there is a positive correlation between regular submission of assignments and success in examinations.
Assignments establish tutor-student interaction. You will realise that this is essential in distance education tuition. The tutors spare
no effort in maintaining this contact by means of individual comments on each of your assignments. Thus, the necessity and value
of submitting regular work can hardly be overemphasised. The assignments, which must be submitted for comments enable you
to:
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work systematically through representative parts of the syllabus;
•
obtain the necessary experience in answering questions;
•
receive guidance in drawing up answers as regards form and content;
•
get to know the standard we expect of you; and
•
establish whether you are working along the right lines.
Your assignments are, after all, the only concrete standard by which the quality of your work can be assessed prior to the
examinations.
NB
Your attention is drawn to the fact that, apart from the regulations hereunder, you should study the contents of
your first tutorial letters and your COLL Yearbook, which contain important information and regulations regarding
technical requirements and rules on submission of assignments.
Enquiries about assignments (whether they were received by COLL, what mark was awarded, when they were returned to you,
etc) should be addressed to your Student Support Officers at the following contact details:
+264 61207 2259
[email protected]
207 2071
207 2802
[email protected]
[email protected]
207 2801
[email protected]
207 2558
[email protected]
207 2757
[email protected]
NB: Please read your Information Circular to know which Student Support Officer you
should contact for the courses you are registered.
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IMPORTANT
Rules for students on submission of assessments
Students are required to qualify for examination admission on the basis of satisfactory answers and performance in assessments.
Particulars of the contribution of the various assessment marks towards the final mark of a particular course and the minimum
requirements for examination admission appear in the first tutorial letter.
(a)Keep to the due dates. Assignments that are submitted after the due date will be returned unmarked. It remains your
responsibility to see to it that your assignment reaches COLL in time.
(b)Medical and humanitarian reasons are the only reasons accepted for the late submission of assignments. Late submission
of assignments will only be approved till 7 days (including public holidays and weekends) after the due date of
an assignment. Valid documentary proof must be attached as part of the assignment before any late submission will be
considered. Late submission without valid documentary proof attached to the assignment will be returned unmarked
and may not be resubmitted for marking.
Travelling and attendance of workshops, job related activities and conferences may not be used as an excuse for
the late submission of assignments.
(c)Distance education students, who commit themselves to studies at the Polytechnic of Namibia, will be expected to attend
compulsory vacation school tutorials and tests as set down for the relevant courses. No provision is made for students who
engage in other commitments during this period, which could interfere with their studies, e.g.: job-related commitments
(local and abroad), out-of-town work, etc. Reference to compulsory attendance of vacation school tutorials and tests shall
be stipulated in the first tutorial letter of the relevant courses.
(d)Assignments already submitted but not passed/returned unmarked may not be resubmitted.
(e)The formal requirements for essays as set out in tutorial letters must be strictly adhered to. If your assignment does not
comply with these requirements, you might lose marks.
(f)
Assignments based on wrong instructional material and tutorial letters will not be accepted for marking.
(g)
Remember to give the assignment the same number as the one appearing in the tutorial letter. For example, if you
do assignment 02, you should number “02” and not “01”. DO NOT enclose more than one assignment in the same
assignment book/ CD/ document sent as an attachment via email.
(h)
Indicate your student number, course name and course code, e.g. Introduction to Mathematics, ITM111S, and the assignment
number on the assignment cover page before submission of an assignment.
(i)Ensure that all information as requested on the assignment cover is completed and correct. Incorrect or incomplete
information will prevent it from being accepted for marking. This also applies to submitted CD’s. All information
must be on the CD itself.
(j)Students’ tutor-marked assignments will be returned to them in window envelopes and therefore their names, addresses
and postal codes must be completed clearly and correctly on the assignment cover. If this information is missing, tutormarked assignments will not be returned to students and kept for a three month period after the examinations of
the semester in question.
(k)Students may send assignments via e-mail. Students should download the Electronic Assignment Book available in MsWord
format from http://www.polytechnic.edu.na/centres/docs/coll/coll_assbook.doc to complete assignments. Ensure that all
information as requested on the assignment cover is completed and correct. Incorrect or incomplete information will
prevent it from being accepted for marking. After completion of the assignment, email the Electronic Assignment Book as
an attachment to: [email protected]
(l)
Completed assignments must never be emailed/mailed/submitted to the relevant Tutor, Student Support Officer or the Store
and Dispatch Officer.
(m)
Always supply sufficient stamps when posting your assignments. Students who use express post for mailing their assignments
must pay the costs attached to this service themselves. The Polytechnic of Namibia will not pay penalties for assignments
with insufficient postage. Such assignments will be returned unmarked to the students. Posted/couriered assignments
received after the due date of the assignment will be returned unmarked.
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Warning: Any loose pages increase the possibility for loosing assignment marks.
(n)
(o)Students living in the vicinity of Windhoek and who prefer to submit their assignments personally must hand them in at the
COLL assignment box. Students living in the vicinity of Regional Centres, should preferably submit their assignments at
these Centres.
(p)Students are encouraged to form study groups to discuss their studies, but identical assignments by different members
of a study group are not acceptable. Copying assignments constitutes a transgression of the Student Regulations of the
Polytechnic of Namibia. Students found guilty of copying assignments will be awarded 0% for such an assignment.
Upon submission of assignments, students have to acknowledge by means of complete referencing, all sources
(q)
used and/or quoted. Students found guilty of plagiarism will be penalised and may be awarded 0%
(r)
A student, who has strong reasons to believe that an assignment mark may be incorrect, may apply that such mark be rechecked, regardless of the mark obtained. An application for a re-check must be directed to the Deputy Director: COLL on or
before the last working day in May for the examinations taking place in the June session and on or before the last working
day in October for the examinations taking place in the November session. Applications must be accompanied by a full
motivation explaining why a re-check is sought. Such a re-check shall not necessarily lead to a re-mark of the assignment,
unless so determined by the Tutor conducting the re-check. Applications for re-check based on requests to be condoned for
admission to the examination will not be considered.
(s)No comments or assignments/test results will be announced by telephone.
Completion of the assignment cover
NB:
Make sure that you read the instructions on the assignment cover carefully before completing it. Make sure that you
complete the cover correctly.
Ensure that all information as requested on the assignment cover are completed and correct. Incorrect and incomplete
information will prevent YOUR ASSIGNMENT FROM BEING MARKED!
Please make sure that the following important information appears on the COVER of your assignment:
Name:
Address:
Student number:
Course Name (e.g. Introduction to Mathematics)
Course Code (e.g. ITM111S)
Correct assignment number (Assignment one = 01)
(Assignment two = 02)
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6.
VACATION SCHOOLS, WEEKEND TUTORIALS AND RADIO TUTORIALS
During the year, two vacation schools will be offered in Windhoek on the Polytechnic of Namibia Campus. These vacation schools
will take place during April and August. Attending vacation schools and weekend classes is optional, but students are strongly
advised to make use of this support service. It is a valuable opportunity to make personal contact with Tutors and fellow students,
and to discuss problems. No accommodation and transport will be provided. You need to make your own arrangements in this
regard.
Vacation Schools are compulsory for students registered for the following study programmes and courses:
•
Bachelor of Communication
•
Bachelor of English
•
Bachelor of English Honours
•
Bachelor of Marketing Honours
•
Bachelor: Hospitality
•
•
•
Management
•
Cost and Management
•
Research Project
Accounting 101
•
Strategic Human Resources
Cost and Management
Management
Accounting 201 & 202
•
Taxation 200
Electronic and Web-Based
•
Taxation 301 & 302
Marketing
•
Taxation 310
Bachelor: Travel and Tourism
•
Financial Accounting 101 & 102
•
Training and Development
Management
•
Financial Accounting 201 & 202
•
Advanced Industrial Relations
•
Financial Accounting 301 & 302
•
Advanced Organisational
•
Financial Accounting 310 & 320
Development and Change
•
Information Administration
Advanced Management of
•
Introduction to Supply Chain
AND TRAINING COURSES:
Management
• Certificate in Vocational
•
Training
Strategies and Perspectives
•
Work Integrated Learning
•
ALL VOCATIONAL EDUCATION
•
Auditing 200
•
Management Accounting 301
Education and Training: Trainer
•
Auditing 301 & 302
•
Management Accounting 310
• Higher Certificate in Vocational
•
Auditing 310
•
Management and Leadership
Education and Training: Trainer
•
Career Management and
•
Managerial Finance 411
Development
•
Marketing Research & Market
•
Compensation Management
•
Computerised Accounting
•
Computerised Accounting 301
•
Contemporary Issues
•
BUSINESS SIMULATION is also
Intelligence
compulsory for all students
•
NEEC
registered for Innovation
•
Professional Skills
Creativity and Entrepreneurship.
•
Research Methodology
Please refer to the first tutorial letter on these courses for more detail.
VACATION SCHOOL DATES
(for all study programmes except NEEC)
FIRST SEMESTER
SECOND SEMESTER
14 April – 17 April 2014
25 August – 29 August 2014
NOTE:
Attendance of Vacation Schools are compulsory for certain Study Programmes/Courses as listed under Addenda A – S.
VACATION SCHOOL DATES
(for study programme of NEEC)
SESSION
First National Workshop (Registration & Introduction
to the Study Programme)
DATE
28 - 31 January 2014
Second National Workshop (Module Three)
19 - 22 May 2014
Regional tutorials
Dates will be decided at the first national workshop.
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WEEKEND TUTORIALS
Weekend tutorials will be offered in Windhoek and at the Regional Centres where the number of students registered for a particular
course of study justifies this. Consult your Coordinator: Academic Support or Regional Coordinator for more information.
RADIO TUTORIALS
The schedule for the broadcast of radio tutorials on National Radio is available on COLL’s website:
www.polytechnic.edu.na/centres/coll/coll.php.
7.
STUDY VIA eLEARNING
What is eLearning?
eLearning is learning that occurs via the internet. eLearning courses are placed on a ‘learning
management system’, which is basically a website especially developed for that course. All teaching
occurs through this website.
What is the difference between studying through the kind of distance education I do now and
that of eLearning?
When you study via eLearning you:
•
are able to access your study guide and other additional material directly from the course site
•
are guided through the course on a week-by-week basis
•
have a dedicated tutor who will support you online during the duration of the course
•
are able to interact regularly with your tutor and fellow students
•
can submit assignments via the learning site
•
can get feedback to questions, tasks and assignments online
•
have a much more interactive learning process than if you studied by the traditional distance education mode
•
the ratio of students to tutor will be much lower and hence you will have more personalised and regular contact with your
tutor
Where are Polytechnic of Namibia’s eLearning courses found?
The Polytechnic of Namibia eLearning courses can be accessed through the website
http://elearn-pilot.polytechnic.edu.na/elearning/
The learning management system we use is ‘MOODLE’. However, you will need to be registered for eLearning before you can
gain access to these sites.
How much will it cost me to study via eLearning?
The costs will be the same as your full-time/part-time/distance education course fees
What equipment will I need to study via eLearning?
You will need access to a computer that is connected to the internet. No other special equipment is necessary at this stage.
Please note that you can access computers and the internet at all Polytechnic Regional Centres.
How much time each week will I need to take part in eLearning?
You will need to set aside 3-4 hours per week to take part in eLearning activities. This includes reading your weekly tutor updates,
contributing to online tasks and interacting with fellow students and the tutor. You will need extra time for doing assignments and
studying for tests and exams.
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What else will I need to know about eLearning before I register for this mode of study?
If you want to study via eLearning you will need to:
•
attend a compulsory face-to-face tutorial during the January vacation school. This tutorial will introduce you to eLearning,
the course and using MOODLE.
•
register as an eLearning student during the normal registration period.
•
agree to stay as an eLearning student for the period of the course.
•
agree to take part in weekly tasks as set by the tutor.
Please note: eLearning courses will be offered only when there is a demand from the students to do so. We will need a
minimum of 10 students to make it possible to offer a course via eLearning.
Who do I contact if I need more information?
If you would like to know more about studying via eLearning at COLL, please contact:
Ms Leena Kloppers
[email protected]
Tel: +264 61 – 207 2200
CONDITIONS FOR STUDYING ON THE eLEARNING MODE YOU MUST:
•
Have access to a computer connected to the Internet, and can use it for a minimum of 3-5 hours per week.
•
Have completed Principles of Information Systems 1A & 1B (PIS 121/PIS 121S & PIS 122S/PIS 122S OR Computer User
Skills CUS0100/CUS411S.
•
Agree, to the best of your ability, to remain registered for the eLearning course(s) throughout
the duration of the semester.
•
Agree to attend a compulsory orientation to eLearning workshop in Windhoek, in order to be
eligible to register for eLearning.
•
Complete two assignments and take part in a number of compulsory online tasks, all of which
will contribute to your semester mark.
8.
SOURCES AT YOUR DISPOSAL
The sources at your disposal are classified into three categories:

Prescribed textbooks
Please read your first tutorial letters carefully to determine what prescribed textbooks you
need per course.
The prescribed textbooks should be purchased from the following bookshop:
Book Den, Corner of Hosea Kutako & Puccini Street, Windhoek, Tel: +264 61-239976
Note:Students outside Windhoek may ask the Regional Coordinator to assist them in obtaining these books from Book Den.
 Recommended books
To supplement your study guide you should also consult one or more of the recommended books that are listed in your first tutorial
letter. Some of the prescribed and recommended books are available at the Regional Centres for reference purposes. These texts
are also available at the following Namibian Open Learning Network (NOLNeT) Centres - (Regional Centres that serve NAMCOL,
NIED, POLYTECHNIC AND UNAM students): Mariental Teachers’ Resource Centre; Eenhana Multi Media Centre and Community
Library; and the Oranjemund NAMDEB Technical College.
 Additional literature
Apart from the sources referred to above, you may use additional books, articles and websites that are relevant to your assignments.
THESE BOOKS ARE NOT NECESSARILY AVAILABLE IN THE POLYTECHNIC LIBRARIES
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9.
APPLICATION FOR AND USE OF LIBRARY BOOKS
 The Polytechnic’s library services are available free of charge to all registered students.
Membership of the library is subject to the Library Regulations. The library will lend recommended
books and other supplementary reading matter to students. Prescribed textbooks must, however,
be bought by the student, and will NOT be provided by the library. A student who does not return
library material on the due date will not be allowed admission to the examinations, to re-register,
and will not receive his/her examination results before the outstanding library material has been
returned to the Polytechnic. Limited stocks of library books are available at the Regional Centres.
The student must also consult his/her nearest Regional Centre in this regard.
 The Polytechnic Library has a number of very useful resources and services which are accessible
through the website: http://www.polytechnic.edu.na/library/library.php
- A Resource Guide on all the various library services available to distance education students will be issued upon
registration.
 Online examination papers: Past examination papers are available from the Library’s web page, but only at the main
campus in Windhoek. They are also accessible via CD-ROM from the Regional Centres and via email from the Subject
Librarians [email protected] Subject Librarians will only send past papers to distance education
students who have supplied their student numbers.
 When you apply by post to the Librarian for books, you should furnish full particulars as indicated in your first tutorial letter.
If you fail to do this, the library personnel have to spend an unnecessary amount of time in tracing the relevant books. We
urgently appeal to all students to assist the library personnel in this regard – it is to your own advantage.
 You must cultivate the habit of using books properly. Consult the table of contents as well as the index to ascertain which
pages or chapters are relevant to your topic.
 Should you notice that one book can be used for more than one assignment, and you wish to do all the assignments
concerned, please compile all your notes at the same time. This will eliminate the trouble of borrowing the book a second
time.
 Please do not merge parts (whether in original or translated form) of books with your own work. Use the proper reference
technique.
 Consult as many sources as possible for each assignment, including books not mentioned.
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10. REGULATIONS FOR ADMISSION TO THE EXAMINATIONS
NOTE: Your attention is drawn to the fact that, apart from the regulations hereunder, you should study the contents of your
first tutorial letters and your Polytechnic Yearbook 1, which contain important information and regulations about admission
to the examination.
 In order to be admitted to the examination for a course, a student must obtain a semester/year mark of at least
40%.
 In order to pass a course, a student has to comply with the following criteria:
•
A subminimum of 40% must be achieved in cases where the examination comprises of only one paper, and
35% each in cases where the examination consists of two or more papers, provided that the combined paper
subminimum is 40%;
•
A final mark (calculated from semester/year mark and examination mark with the prescribed weighting ratio) of
50% has to be obtained in the course;
•
Unless stated otherwise in the first tutorial letter or the COLL Yearbook, the weighting ratio between semester/
year mark and examination mark of courses offered by COLL is 30:70
The examination period for distance education students will be the same as for full-time and part-time students.
JUNE EXAMINATIONS
NOVEMBER EXAMINATIONS
02 June 2014 – 21 June 2014
(First semester, second semester and year courses)
27 October 2014 – 15 November 2014
(First semester, second semester and year courses)
Please contact your Examination Officers for further information.
+264 61
207 2106
207 2117
207 2088
207 2107
207 2067
207 2835
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
11. CONCLUSION
If you need more information regarding courses and regulations, please consult your Yearbook.
We trust that you will enjoy your studies with the Centre for Open and Lifelong Learning and wish you all the best!
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TAKE NOTE
IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR STUDENTS REGISTERING FOR RESEARCH PROJECT/
DISSERTATION
(RPB412S/HRP420S/TRP420S/DIS412S)
•
Students registering for the Research Project/Dissertation(RPB412S/HRP420S/TRP420S/DIS412S) on the distance
education mode of study, should register their Research Topics upon registration with the Coordinators: Academic
Support, Ms. Judith Britz and Ms. Martha Niitembu if based in Windhoek or with the Regional Coordinator if based at
any of the Regional Centres.
•
The registration of your Research Topic is very important to ensure timely allocation of your Research Supervisor.
•
It remains your responsibility to ensure that your Research Topic is submitted to COLL upon registration. Failure to do
so will result in your Supervisor being appointed late.
•
Please note that no extension for the submission of your Research Project will be granted if you failed to submit your
Research Topic to COLL.
Completion and Submission of Undergraduate Research Project/Dissertation for Examination
Student should take note of Rule AC4.4 as follows:
TAKE NOTE
Undergraduate Research Projects/Dissertation must be submitted for examination by 31 October each year if the
student is expecting to graduate in March/April of the following year. The student may further be granted time until
31 January (for those registered in the second semester) each year to submit a Research Project/Dissertation, but
graduation at the following graduation ceremony is then not guaranteed. Such extension of time must be approved
by the relevant Head of Department in exceptional cases and after due consideration of the student’s circumstances.
Students must make an application for such extension to the Head of Department through their supervisors before the
first due date of 31 October. Failure to do so will result in the student having to re-register for the Research Project/
Dissertation and pay the prescribed tuition fee.
A student who fails to submit a complete Research Project/Dissertation for examination on or before 31 January or
who obtained a failing mark for such Research Project/Dissertation submitted on 31 January must re-register for the
Research Project/Dissertation and pay the prescribed tuition fee.
A student who has submitted a complete Research Project/Dissertation for examination on or before 31 October,
but who fails to obtain a pass mark for the Project/Dissertation, may revise/improve such project/dissertation until 31
January without the need for re-registration. Should the student fail to submit the revised/improved Research Project/
Dissertation on or before 31 January or obtain a failing mark after such re-submission, the student must re-register
for the Research Project and pay the prescribed tuition fee.
Research Methodology (RMA411S), will only be offered in the first semester and Research Project (RPB412S/ TRP420S/
HRP420S) only in the second semester from 2014 academic year.
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EXEMPTIONS
•
Students with a grade 1, 2, or 3 pass in English as a Second Language at HIGCSE (Higher International General
Certificate of Secondary Education) or Namibia Senior Secondary Certificate (NSSC) Higher level or an equivalent
school-leaving certificate examination shall be exempted from Language in Practice and English in Practice.
•
Students with a grade 1, 2, 3, or 4 pass in First Language English at HIGCSE or Namibia Senior Secondary Certificate
(NSSC) Higher level or an equivalent school-leaving certificate examination shall be exempted from Language in
Practice and English in Practice.
•
Students with a grade A or a grade B pass in English as a Second Language at IGCSE or Namibia Senior Secondary
Certificate (NSSC) Ordinary level or an equivalent school-leaving certificate examination shall be exempted from
Language in Practice and English in Practice.
•
Students with a grade A, B, or C pass in First Language English at IGCSE or Namibia Senior Secondary Certificate
(NSSC) Ordinary level or an equivalent school-leaving certificate examination shall be exempted from Language in
Practice and English in Practice.
•
Students who completed English Communication courses or their equivalents eight or more years prior to the current
registration shall not be exempted from any English course.
EXIT LEVEL COURSES
•
Exit level courses shall be: English for Academic Purposes (EAP511S), Professional Writing (PWR611S) or
Professional Communication (PCO611S), subject to the requirements of individual study programmes.
•
Professional Writing and Professional Communication may be taken in any order or simultaneously depending on the
student’s load and major programme or orientation.
PROGRESSION RULES
•
Students must pass English in Practice before they are allowed to register for English for Academic Purposes.
•
Students must pass Communication Skills/ English for Academic Purposes, or be exempted from it before being
allowed to register for Professional Writing or Professional Communication.
•
A student shall not be allowed to register for a higher course unless s/he has taken and passed a lower course or has
been exempted from it.
RETENTION OF SEMESTER MARK
•
Rule abolished with effect from Januay 2013 (Rule AC4.4.6 in the Polytechnic Yearbook 1.)
If you have any questions, please contact:
The Regional Coordinator,
or
Coordinator: Administrative Support at Tel: +264 61-207 2561
or
Mr A. Brewis at +264 61-207 2155
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TAKE NOTE
Refer to AC4.5.7, Special Rector’s Examination
Students who have one and a maximum of two courses outstanding to qualify for a National Diploma or first Degree at NQF level
7 or 8, may apply for admission to a special Rector’s examination which will be written in February and August each year to enable
such students to graduate should they be successful in the examination. Such examination shall be available in courses that are
examination-based only. Students who wish to apply for such special examination must have been enrolled for the course, must
have gained admission to the examination, and must have gained a final mark between 40% and 49%.
The maximum final mark allocated to students who wrote the Rector’s examination in a course shall be 50%.
Applications for such examinations must reach the Examinations department on or before a deadline which will be communicated
in the Academic Calendar each year. Students who are granted access to the Rector’s examination, write and fail the examination
must repeat the course when it is offered again. Students who are absent from the Rector’s examination, will be allowed to write
the second opportunity examination of the course in June or November of that year, as the case may be. Students who have been
absent from an examination also have the right to apply, as long as they meet the other requirements.
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ADDENDUM A: ASSIGNMENT SCHEDULE 2014
BACHELOR OF PUBLIC MANAGEMENT – 24BPMN
BACHELOR OF TECHNOLOGY IN PUBLIC MANAGEMENT – 24BPMA
DATE
FIRST YEAR
SECOND YEAR
THIRD YEAR
FOURTH YEAR
Bachelor of Technology:
Public Management
extended to 2016
ASS
NO
SEMESTER ONE
03 Mar 2014
Language in Practice
English in Practice
English for Academic
Purposes
Professional Writing
Professional
Communication
Language in Practice
English in Practice
English for Academic
Purposes
Professional Writing
Professional
Communication
Language in Practice
English in Practice
English for Academic
Purposes
Professional Writing
Professional Communication
Language in Practice
English in Practice
English for Academic
Purposes
Professional Writing
Professional Communication
1
03 Mar 2014
Introduction to
Sociology
Governance & Politics in
Africa
Financial Management 1A
Governance & Politics in
Africa
1
05 Mar 2014
Business Accounting
1A
Business Accounting 2A
05 Mar 2014
Introduction to
International Relations &
Regional Development
Psychology of
Human Resources
Organisations
Planning
1
1
12 Mar 2014
Basic Business Statistics
1A
Law for Public Man 1A
Comparative Public
Management
1
17 Mar 2014
Regional & Local
Government
Management
Development Management
Regional & Loc. Government
Finance
1
19 Mar 2014
Principles of
Microeconomics
19 Mar 2014
Basic Mathematics
24 Mar 2014
Introduction to Public
Man.
26 Mar 2014
1
Public Hum Resource
Man
Intermediate
Microeconomics
App. Econ. Policy Analysis
Econ of Nam. & SACU
Countries 4A
1
Public Policy Analysis
Project Planning &
Management
1
Urban Development &
Management
Management of Public
Enterprises
1
Research Methodology
(Assignment 1 )
(Assignment 2)
1
&
2
28 Mar 2014
02 Apr 2014
Business Accounting
1A
02 Apr 2014
Introduction to
Psychology of
Human Resources
07 Apr 2014
Language in Practice
English in Practice
English for Academic
Purposes
Professional Writing
Professional
Communication
07 Apr 2014
Introduction to
Sociology
Business Accounting 2A
2
International Relations &
Organisations
Regional Development
Planning
2
Language in Practice
English in Practice
English for Academic
Purposes
Professional Writing
Professional
Communication
Language in Practice
English in Practice
English for Academic
Purposes
Professional Writing
Professional Communication
Language in Practice
English in Practice
English for Academic
Purposes
Professional Writing
Professional Communication
2
Governance & Politics in
Africa
Financial Management 1A
Governance & Politics in
Africa
2
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09 Apr 2014
Basic Business Statistics
1A
09 Apr 2014
16 Apr 2014
Principles of
Microeconomics
16 Apr 2014
Basic Mathematics
23 Apr 2014
2
1
&
2
Regional & Local
Government
Management
Development Management
Regional & Loc. Government
Finance
2
Public Hum Resource
Man
App. Econ. Policy Analysis
Econ of Nam. & SACU
Countries 4A
2
2
Intermediate
Microeconomics
2
Introduction to Public
Management
23 Apr 2014
25 Apr 2014
Comparative Public
Management
Innovation, Creativity and
Entrepreneurship
(Assignment 1)
(Assignment 2)
14 Apr 2014
23 Apr 2014
Law for Public Man 1A
Public Policy Analysis
Project Planning &
Management
2
Urban Development &
Management
Management of Public
Enterprises
2
Computer User
Skills
1
25 Apr 2014
Research Methodology
(Assignment 3 )
(Assignment 4)
3
&
4
30 May 2014
Research Methodology
(Final Proposal – Ass 5)
5
07Jun 2014
Computer User
Skills
2
SEMESTER TWO
30 Jul 2014
Introduction to
Political Science
Law for Public Man 1B
Environmental Management
1
30 Jul 2014
Language in Practice
English in Practice
English for Academic
Purposes
Professional Writing
Professional
Language in Practice
English in Practice
English for Academic
Purposes
Professional Writing
Professional Communication
Language in Practice
English in Practice
English for Academic
Purposes
Professional Writing
Professional Communication
1
Communication
Language in Practice
English in Practice
English for Academic
Purposes
Professional Writing
Professional
Communication
04 Aug 2014
Principles of
Macroeconomics
Public Financial
Management
International Trade
Econ of Nam. & SACU
Countries 4B
1
04 Aug 2014
Basic Mathematics
Public Sector Organisational
Behaviour
Advanced Development
Management
1
Public Sector Accounting
Community Development
Management
1
Public Private Partnership
Management
1
06 Aug 2014
Basic Business Statistics
1B
13 Aug 2014
Public Management
in Nam
Business Ethics &
Leadership
18 Aug 2014
Introduction to
Human Resources
Management
Reg & Local Govern in
Nam
1
18 Aug 2014
Business Accounting
1B
Business Accounting 2B
1
27 Aug 2014
Intermediate
Macroeconomics
Disaster Management
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27 Aug 2014
27 Aug 014
Language in Practice
English in Practice
English for Academic
Purposes
Professional Writing
Professional
Communication
27 Aug 2014
Introduction to
Political Science
01 Sept 2014
Language in Practice
English in Practice
English for Academic
Purposes
Professional Writing
Professional
Communication
Basic Business Statistics
1B
03 Sept 2014
Basic Mathematics
03 Sept 2014
Principles of
Macroeconomics
Public Financial
Management
10 Sept 2014
Public Management
in Nam
Business Ethics &
Leadership
12 Sept 2014
Comparative Local Govern
Management
Regional & Local
Government Personnel
1
Language in Practice
English in Practice
English for Academic
Purposes
Professional Writing
Professional Communication
Language in Practice
English in Practice
English for Academic
Purposes
Professional Writing
Professional Communication
2
Law for Public Man 1B
Environmental Management
2
Public Sector Accounting
Advanced Development
Management
2
Public Sector Organisational
Behaviour
Community Development
Management
2
International Trade
Econ of Nam. & SACU
Countries 4B
2
Public Private Partnership
Management
2
Innovation, Creativity and
Entrepreneurship
(Assignment 1)
(Assignment 2)
1
&
2
17 Sept 2014
Introduction to
Human Resources
Management
Reg & Local Govern in
Nam
2
17 Sept 2014
Business Accounting
1B
Business Accounting 2B
2
22 Sept 2014
Intermediate
Macroeconomics
22 Sept 2014
Disaster Management
Ethics & Accountability
2
Comparative Local Govern
Management
Regional & Local
Government Personnel
2
31 Oct 2014
Research Project
TAKE NOTE:
VACATION SCHOOLS ARE COMPULSORY FOR STUDENTS ENROLLED FOR:
•
Research Methodology
•
Research Projects
RESEARCH METHODOLOGY – RMA411S
•
The test counts 30% towards the final mark
•
(ASSESSMENT NO. 6) – COMPULSORY TEST DATES:
o Semester 1 - Saturday 17 May 2014, 09:00 – 12:00 at Main Campus and Regional Centres
BUSINESS SIMULATION SESSIONS ARE COMPULSORY FOR STUDENTS ENROLLED FOR:
•
Innovation, Creativity and Entrepreneurship – ICE712S
•
The Business Simulation session counts 25% towards the final mark
•
DATES FOR BUSINESS SIMULATION SESSIONS ARE AS FOLLOWS:
o Session 1 : 17 – 19 February
o Session 2 : 20 – 22 February
o Session 3 : 03 – 05 March
o Session 4 : 15 – 17 April (Reserved for Regional Distance Students)
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INNOVATION, CREATIVITY AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP – ICE712S
• Test 1 – 3 will be written on the same date and time
• The test counts 55% towards the final mark
• The test dates for Innovation, Creativity and Entrepreneurship (ICE712S) in semester 1 & 2 of 2014 will be
announced via SMS’s, Notice Boards, Information Circular and in the First Tutorial Letter.
COMPUTER USER SKILLS – CUS411S:
•
Computer User Skills will be written at the Main Campus and at the Regional Centres
•
Contact the Regional Coordinator for availability of the test
•
COMPULSORY TEST DATES:
o Test 1 – Monday, 10 February 2014
o Test 2 – Saturday, 08 March 2014
o Test 3 – Saturday, 26 April 2014
o Test 4 – Saturday, 10 May 2014
o Test 5 – Saturday, 07June 2014
•
o Supplementary Test – TO BE ANNOUNCED ON MOODLE PLATFORM
The due dates of assignments and test for Computer User Skills (CUS411S) in semester 2 of 2014 will be
announced via SMS’s, Notice Boards, Information Circular and in the First Tutorial Letter
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ADDENDUM B: ASSIGNMENT SCHEDULE 2014
BACHELOR OF ACCOUNTING (GENERAL) – 06DPAF
BACHELOR OF ACCOUNTING (CHARTED ACCOUNTANCY) – 06DPAF
BACHELOR OF TECHNOLOGY IN ACCOUNTING AND FINANCE – 23BACF
DATE
FIRST YEAR
(Phased in 2012)
SECOND YEAR
(Phased in 2013)
THIRD YEAR
(Phased in 2014 and Old
Curriculum – 23BACF)
FOURTH YEAR
ASS
(Old Curriculum – 23BACF) NO
SEMESTER ONE
01 Mar 2014
03 Mar 2014
Information Competence
Language in Practice
English in Practice
English for Academic
Purposes
Professional Writing
Professional
Communication
Language in Practice
English in Practice
English for Academic
Purposes
Professional Writing
Professional Communication
1
Language in Practice
English in Practice
English for Academic
Purposes
Professional Writing
Professional Communication
03 Mar 2014
05 Mar 2014
10 Mar 2014
Auditing 3A
Auditing 301
Auditing 310
Basic Science
10 Mar 2014
10 Mar 2014
Financial Accounting 101
12 Mar 2014
12 Mar 2014
Acc Information Systems 4
1
Managerial Finance 4A
1
1
Introduction to Business
Management
1
Financial Accounting 201
Financial Accounting 3A
Financial Accounting 301
Financial Accounting 310
Financial Accounting 4
Taxation 200
Commercial Law 1A
Quantitative Methods 2A
(QTM 211S)
Taxation 3A
Taxation 301
Taxation 310
Management Acc & Control
4A
Principles of
Microeconomics
24 Mar 2014
Quantitative Methods
(QTM511S)
26 Mar 2014
1
Management Accounting 301
Management Accounting 310
1
1
Intermediate Microeconomics
1
28 Mar 2014
Language in Practice
English in Practice
English for Academic
Purposes
Professional Writing
Professional
Communication
1
1
Cost & Management Acc 201 Cost & Management Acc 3A
19 Mar 2014
1
1
Contemporary Issues
17 Mar 2014
Language in Practice
English in Practice
English for Academic
Purposes
Professional Writing
Professional Communication
Language in Practice
English in Practice
English for Academic
Purposes
Professional Writing
Professional Communication
07 Apr 2014
07 Apr 2014
09 Apr 2014
1
Company Law
14 Mar 2014
07 Apr 2014
Language in Practice
English in Practice
English for Academic
Purposes
Professional Writing
Professional Communication
Auditing 3A
Auditing 301
Auditing 310
Basic Science
Research Methodology
(Assignment 1 )
(Assignment 2)
1
&
2
Language in Practice
English in Practice
English for Academic
Purposes
Professional Writing
Professional Communication
2
Acc Information Systems 4
2
Managerial Finance 4A
2
2
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11 Apr 2014
Contemporary Issues
14 Apr 2014
14 Apr 2014
2
Taxation 200
Commercial Law 1A
2
Quantitative Methods 2A
(QTM211S)
Taxation 3A
Taxation 301
Taxation 310
Management Acc & Control
4A
2
14 Apr 2014
Cost & Management Acc 201 Cost & Management Acc 3A
2
16 Apr 2014
Introduction to Business
Management
Management Accounting 301
Management Accounting 310
2
Financial Accounting 3A
Financial Accounting 301
Financial Accounting 310
16 Apr 2014
Financial Accounting 101
Financial Accounting 201
16 Apr 2014
Principles of
Microeconomics
Company Law
2
23 Apr 2014
Quantitative Methods
(QTM511S)
Intermediate Microeconomics
2
25 Apr 2014
Computer User Skills
Research Methodology
(Assignment 3 )
(Assignment 4)
06 May 2014
Contemporary Issues
23 May 2014
2
1
25 Apr 2014
3
&
4
3
Information Competence
30 May 2014
2
Contemporary Issues
30 May 2014
07Jun 2014
Financial Accounting 4
4
Research Methodology
(Final Proposal – Ass 5)
Computer User Skills
5
2
SEMESTER TWO
30 Jul 2014
Language in Practice
English in Practice
English for Academic
Purposes
Professional Writing
Professional
Communication
Language in Practice
English in Practice
English for Academic
Purposes
Professional Writing
Professional Communication
Language in Practice
English in Practice
English for Academic
Purposes
Professional Writing
Professional Communication
Language in Practice
English in Practice
English for Academic
Purposes
Professional Writing
Professional Communication
1
04 Aug 2014
Principles of
Macroeconomics
Auditing 200
Auditing 3B
Auditing 302
Acc Information Systems 4
1
06 Aug 2014
Cost & Management Acc
101
Cost & Management Acc 202 Cost & Management Acc 3B
Managerial Finance 4B
1
06 Aug 2014
Basic Science
13 Aug 2014
Business Law
Quantitative Methods 2B
Managerial Finance 411
13 Aug 2014
Financial Accounting 102
Financial Accounting 202
Financial Accounting 3B
Financial Accounting 302
Financial Accounting 320
1
15 Aug 2014
1
Financial Accounting 4
Contemporary Issues
18 Aug 2014
Taxation 200
27 Aug 2014
Intermediate
Macroeconomics
Taxation 3B
Taxation 302
Taxation 301
Taxation 310
1
1
Management Acc & Control
4B
1
1
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Language in Practice
English in Practice
English for Academic
Purposes
Professional Writing
Professional
Communication
03 Sept 2014 Principles of
Macroeconomics
Language in Practice
English in Practice
English for Academic
Purposes
Professional Writing
Professional Communication
Language in Practice
English in Practice
English for Academic
Purposes
Professional Writing
Professional Communication
Language in Practice
English in Practice
English for Academic
Purposes
Professional Writing
Professional Communication
2
Auditing 200
Auditing 3B
Auditing 302
Acc Information Systems 4
2
03 Sept 2014 Basic Science
2
05 Sept 2014
Contemporary Issues
2
08 Sept 2014 Cost & Management Acc
101
Cost & Management Acc 202 Cost & Management Acc 3B
Managerial Finance 4B
2
10 Sept 2014 Financial Accounting 102
Financial Accounting 202
Financial Accounting 3B
Financial Accounting 302
Financial Accounting 320
Financial Accounting 4
2
15 Sept 2014 Business Law
Quantitative Methods 2B
Managerial Finance 411
17 Sept 2014
Taxation 200
Taxation 3B
Taxation 302
Taxation 301
Taxation 310
22 Sept 2014
Intermediate
Macroeconomics
2
Management Acc & Control
4B
2
2
26 Sept 2014
Contemporary Issues
3
20 Oct 2014
Contemporary Issues
4
31 Oct 2014
Work Integrated Learning
31 Oct 2014
Research Project
TAKE NOTE:
VACATION SCHOOLS ARE COMPULSORY FOR STUDENTS ENROLLED FOR:
•
Auditing 200
•
Financial Accounting 301 & 302
•
Auditing 301 & 302
•
Financial Accounting 310 & 320
•
Auditing 310
•
Management Accounting 301 & 310
•
Computerised Accounting 1 & 301
•
Managerial Finance 411
•
Contemporary Issues
•
Taxation 200
•
Cost & Management Acc 101
•
Taxation 301 & 302
•
Cost & Management Acc 201 & 202
•
Taxation 310 & 320
•
Financial Accounting 101 & 102
•
Research Methodology
•
Financial Accounting 201 & 202
•
Research Project
ALL ACCOUNTING COURSES FOR BACHELOR OF ACCOUNTING (GENERAL AND CHARTERED
ACCOUNTANCY):
•
Test 1 will be written during vacation schools
•
Test 1 counts 40% towards the semester mark
•
Test 2 counts 40% towards the semester mark
•
Dates for Test 2 will be announced via SMS’s, Notice Boards and Information Circular
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RESEARCH METHODOLOGY – RMA411S
•
The test counts 30% towards the final mark
•
(ASSESSMENT NO. 6) – COMPULSORY TEST DATES:
o Semester 1 - Saturday 17 May 2014, 09:00 – 12:00 at Main Campus and Regional Centres
QUANTITATIVE METHODS 2A (QTM211S) AND 2B (QTM212S) FOR THE OLD CURRICULUM – 23BACF:
•
Will be offered until 2015
•
The last exams opportunity will be in Jun 2016
COMPUTER USER SKILLS – CUS411S:
•
Computer User Skills will be written at the Main Campus and at the Regional Centres
•
Contact the Regional Coordinator for availability of the test
•
COMPULSORY TEST DATES:
o Test 1 – Monday, 10 February 2014
o Test 2 – Saturday, 08 March 2014
o Test 3 – Saturday, 26 April 2014
o Test 4 – Saturday, 10 May 2014
o Test 5 – Saturday, 07June 2014
•
o Supplementary Test – TO BE ANNOUNCED ON MOODLE PLATFORM
The due dates of assignments and test for Computer User Skills (CUS411S) in semester 2 of 2014 will be
announced via SMS’s, Notice Boards, Information Circular and in the First Tutorial Letter
INFORMATION COMPETENCE – ICT521S
•
The Information Competence Tests will be written at the Main Campus and at the Regional Centres
•
Contact the Regional Coordinator for availability of the test
•
INFORMATION COMPETENCE (ICT521S) – COMPULSORY TEST DATES:
o Test 1 – Saturday, 10 -14 February 2014
o Test 2 – Saturday, 22 February 2014
o Test 3 – Saturday, 15 Mar 2014
o Test 4 – Saturday, 26 Apr 2014
o Test 5 – Saturday, 31 May 2014
•
o Supplementary Test – Monday, 02Jun 2014
The due dates of assignments and test for Information Competence (ICT521S) in semester 2 of 2014 will be
announced via SMS’s, Notice Boards, Information Circular and in the First Tutorial Letter
CONTEMPORARY ISSUES (CIS610S) – COMPULSORY TEST DATES:
•
Semester 1:
o Test 1 – To be written during the Apr 2014 Vacation School, date to be communicated to students
•
o Test 2 – Saturday, 10 May 2014 @ 09:00-11:00, Main Campus and Regional Centres
Semester 2:
o Test 1 – To be written during the Aug 2014 Vacation School, date to be communicated to students.
o Test 2 – Saturday, 04 Oct 2014 @ 09:00-11:00, Main Campus and Regional Centres
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BACHELOR OF MARKETING – 07BMAR
DATE
FIRST YEAR
(Phased in 2012)
01 Mar 2014
03 Mar 2014
Information Competence
Language in Practice
English in Practice
English for Academic Purposes
Professional Writing
Professional Communication
SECOND YEAR
(Phased in 2013)
THIRD YEAR
(Phased in 2014)
FOURTH YEAR
(OLD CURRICULUM)
(21BMAR/ 21BMRK)
ASS
NO
SEMESTER ONE
03 Mar 2014
05 Mar 2014
10 Mar 2014
10 Mar 2014
Introduction to Psychology of
Human Resources
Language in Practice
English in Practice
English for Academic Purposes
Professional Writing
Professional Communication
Language in Practice
English in Practice
English for Academic Purposes
Professional Writing
Professional Communication
Principles of Selling
Basic Science
Introduction to Business
Management
Electronic & Web-based
Marketing
12 Mar 2014
12 Mar 2014
19 Mar 2014
Basic Business Statistics 1A
Commercial Law 1A
Contemporary Issues
Marketing for Tourism
28 Mar 2014
07 Apr 2014
Principles of Selling
Language in Practice
English in Practice
English for Academic Purposes
Professional Writing
Professional Communication
Language in Practice
English in Practice
English for Academic Purposes
Professional Writing
Professional Communication
07 Apr 2014
09 Apr 2014
Basic Science
1
1
1
1
1
1
Marketing Research & Market
Intelligence
(Assignment 1)
(Assignment 2)
Introduction to Psychology of
Human Resources
Language in Practice
English in Practice
English for Academic Purposes
Professional Writing
Professional Communication
1
1
1
Marketing of Financial Services
Strategic Marketing Management:
Planning & Decision Making –
SMM421S
Strategic Marketing Management:
Analysis, Planning & Decision
Making – SMG811S
Introduction to Mathematics
Introduction to Marketing and its Services & Organisation Marketing
Environment
Principles of Microeconomics
19 Mar 2014
02 Apr 2014
1
1
1
1
10 Mar 2014
14 Mar 2014
17 Mar 2014
17 Mar 2014
Language in Practice
English in Practice
English for Academic Purposes
Professional Writing
Professional Communication
Retail Business Management
International Marketing and
Management- IMM421S
International Marketing Management
– IMT811S
Basic Business Statistics 1A
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1
&
2
Research Methodology
(Assignment 1 )
(Assignment 2)
Retail Business Management
1
&
2
2
Language in Practice
English in Practice
English for Academic Purposes
Professional Writing
Professional Communication
International Marketing and
Management- IMM421S
International Marketing Management
– IMT811S
Strategic Marketing Management:
Planning & Decision Making –
SMM421S
Strategic Marketing Management:
Analysis, Planning & Decision
Making – SMG811S
2
2
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11 Apr 2014
14 Apr 2014
14 Apr 2014
Innovation, Creativity and
Entrepreneurship
(Assignment 1)
(Assignment 2)
Contemporary Issues
Introduction to Mathematics
Commercial Law 1A
Introduction to Marketing and its Services & Organisation Marketing
Environment
14 Apr 2014
Marketing of Financial Services
Electronic and Web-based
Marketing
16 Apr 2014
Principles of Microeconomics
16 Apr 2014
Introduction to Business
Management
25 Apr 2014
Computer User Skills
1
Marketing Research & Market
Intelligence
(Assignment 3)
(Assignment 4)
Contemporary Issues
30 May 2014
Contemporary Issues
Marketing Research & Market
Intelligence (Proposal –
Assignment 5)
3
4
Research Methodology
( Final Proposal- Ass 5)
Computer User Skills
04 Aug 2014
06 Aug 2014
06 Aug 2014
11 Aug 2014
Marketing Principles
11 Aug 2014
Basic Science
Introduction to Mathematics
13 Aug 2014
Business Ethics and Leadership
13 Aug 2014
Financial Accounting 101
Basic Business Statistics 1B
Commercial Law 1B
Marketing Communications
Strategy
Marketing and Brand Management
Language in Practice
English in Practice
English for Academic Purposes
Professional Writing
Professional Communication
Supply & Distribution Management –
SDM421S
Value & Supply Chain Management
– VSM812S
Project Management
1
1
1
1
1
1
Electronic and Web-based
Marketing
Product Pricing Management
1
Customer Care Management –
CCM422S
Customer Care & Relationship
Management – CRM812S
1
1
Contemporary Issues
Language in Practice
English in Practice
English for Academic Purposes
Professional Writing
Professional Communication
5
2
SEMESTER TWO
Language in Practice
Language in Practice
English in Practice
English in Practice
English for Academic Purposes
English for Academic Purposes
Professional Writing
Professional Writing
Professional Communication
Professional Communication
Principles of Macroeconomics
Consumer & Organisation Buying
Behaviour
11 Aug 2014
29 Aug 2014
3
Electronic and Web-based
Marketing
(Assignment 3 – Project)
Language in Practice
English in Practice
English for Academic Purposes
Professional Writing
Professional Communication
3
&
4
2
30 May 2014
15 Aug 2014
27 Aug 2014
27 Aug 2014
Research Methodology
(Assignment 3 )
(Assignment 4)
Information Competence
23 May 2014
30 Jul 2014
2
2
06 May 2014
07Jun 2014
2
2
2
2
Marketing for Tourism
25 Apr 2014
23 May 2014
1
&
2
Sales Operations and Management
Language in Practice
English in Practice
English for Academic Purposes
Professional Writing
Professional Communication
Language in Practice
English in Practice
English for Academic Purposes
Professional Writing
Professional Communication
Marketing Research and
Marketing Intelligence
(Assignment 1)
(Assignment 2)
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English in Practice
English for Academic Purposes
Professional Writing
Professional Communication
1
1
2
1
&
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01 Sept 2014
Basic Business Statistics 1B
Commercial Law 1B
03 Sept 2014
Basic Science
Principles of Macroeconomics
05 Sept 2014
08 Sept 2014
Marketing Principles
Marketing Communications
Strategy
08 Sept 2014
10 Sept 2014
10 Sept 2014
Introduction to Mathematics
Business Ethics and Leadership
Financial Accounting 101
Supply & Distribution Management –
SDM421S
Value & Supply Chain Management
– VSM812S
2
2
Consumer & Organisation Buying
Behaviour
2
Contemporary Issues
2
2
Marketing and Brand Management
Project Management
Product Pricing Management
2
2
2
10 Sept 2014
Electronic and Web-based
Marketing
2
12 Sept 2014
Innovation, Creativity and
Entrepreneurship
(Assignment 1)
(Assignment 2)
1
&
2
17 Sept 2014
Customer Care Management –
CCM422S
Customer Care & Relationship
Management – CRM812S
22 Sept 2014
Sales Operations and Management
2
2
26 Sept 2014
Contemporary Issues
3
26 Sept 2014
Marketing Research and
Marketing Intelligence
(Assignment 3)
(Assignment 4)
3
&
4
17 Oct 2014
Electronic and Web-based
Marketing
(Assignment 3 –Project)
3
20 Oct 2014
Contemporary Issues
4
31 Oct 2014
Marketing Research and
Marketing Intelligence
(Assignment 5 – Proposal)
5
31 Oct 2014
Research Project
TAKE NOTE:
VACATION SCHOOLS ARE COMPULSORY FOR STUDENTS ENROLLED FOR:
•
Electronic & Web-Based Marketing
•
Financial Accounting 101
•
Market Research & Market Intelligence
•
Research Methodology
•
Research Project
ELECTRONIC & WEB-BASED MARKETING – EWB711S:
•
Test will be written during the Vacation school
•
Counts 30% towards the final mark
•
One individual Project (via the MOODLE– e-learning platform, counts 30% towards final mark
MARKET RESEARCH & MARKET INTELLIGENCE – MRM711S:
•
Test will be written during the Vacation school
•
Counts 30% towards the final mark
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FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING 101 – FAC511S:
•
Test 1 will be written during vacation school
•
Test 1 counts 40% towards the semester mark
•
Test 2 counts 40% towards semester mark
•
Dates for Test 2 will be announced via SMS’s, Notice Boards and Information Circular
RESEARCH METHODOLOGY – RMA411S
•
The test counts 30% towards the final mark
•
(ASSESSMENT NO. 6) – COMPULSORY TEST DATES:
o Semester 1 - Saturday 17 May 2014, 09:00 – 12:00 at Main Campus and Regional Centres
BUSINESS SIMULATION SESSIONS ARE COMPULSORY FOR STUDENTS ENROLLED FOR:
•
Innovation, Creativity and Entrepreneurship – ICE712S
•
The Business Simulation session counts 25% towards the final mark
•
DATES FOR BUSINESS SIMULATION SESSIONS ARE AS FOLLOWS:
o Session 1 : 17 – 19 February
o Session 2 : 20 – 22 February
o Session 3 : 03 – 05 March
o Session 4 : 15 – 17 April (Reserved for Regional Distance Students)
INNOVATION, CREATIVITY AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP – ICE712S
• Test 1 – 3 will be written on the same date and time
• The test counts 55% towards the final mark.
• The test dates for Innovation, Creativity and Entrepreneurship (ICE712S) in semester 1 & 2 of 2014 will be
announced via SMS’s, Notice Boards, Information Circular and in the First Tutorial Letter
COMPUTER USER SKILLS – CUS411S:
•
Computer User Skills will be written at the Main Campus and at the Regional Centres
•
Contact the Regional Coordinator for availability of the test
•
COMPULSORY TEST DATES:
o Test 1 – Monday, 10 February 2014
o Test 2 – Saturday, 08 March 2014
o Test 3 – Saturday, 26 April 2014
o Test 4 – Saturday, 10 May 2014
o Test 5 – Saturday, 07June 2014
•
o Supplementary Test – TO BE ANNOUNCED ON MOODLE PLATFORM
The due dates of assignments and test for Computer User Skills (CUS411S) in semester 2 of 2014 will be
announced via SMS’s, Notice Boards, Information Circular and in the First Tutorial Letter
INFORMATION COMPETENCE – ICT521S
•
The Information Competence Tests will be written at the Main Campus and at the Regional Centres
•
Contact the Regional Coordinator for availability of the test
•
INFORMATION COMPETENCE (ICT521S) – COMPULSORY TEST DATES:
o Test 1 – Saturday, 10 -14 February 2014
o Test 2 – Saturday, 22 February 2014
o Test 3 – Saturday, 15 Mar 2014
o Test 4 – Saturday, 26 Apr 2014
o Test 5 – Saturday, 31 May 2014
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o Supplementary Test – Monday, 02 Jun 2014
The due dates of assignments and test for Information Competence (ICT521S) in semester 2 of 2014 will be
announced via SMS’s, Notice Boards, Information Circular and in the First Tutorial Letter
CONTEMPORARY ISSUES (CIS610S) – COMPULSORY TEST DATES:
•
Semester 1:
o Test 1 – To be written during the Apr 2014 Vacation School, date to be communicated to students
•
o Test 2 – Saturday, 10 May 2014 @ 09:00-11:00, Main Campus and Regional Centres
Semester 2:
o Test 1 – To be written during the Aug 2014 Vacation School, date to be communicated to students.
o Test 2 – Saturday, 04 Oct 2014 @ 09:00-11:00, Main Campus and Regional Centres
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BACHELOR OF HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT – 07BHRM
DATE
FIRST YEAR
SECOND YEAR
FOURTH YEAR
(Old Curriculum- 21BHUR not
available in 2015)
THIRD YEAR
ASS
NO
SEMESTER ONE
01 Mar 2014
Information Competence
03 Mar 2014
Language in Practice
English in Practice
English for Academic Purposes
Professional Writing
Professional Communication
Language in Practice
English in Practice
English for Academic Purposes
Professional Writing
Professional Communication
1
05 Mar 2014
Introduction to Psychology of
Business Accounting 1A
10 Mar 2014
Introduction to Business
Management
10 Mar 2014
Basic Science
Language in Practice
English in Practice
English for Academic Purposes
Professional Writing
Professional Communication
03 Mar 2014
•
•
•
•
•
Language in Practice
English in Practice
English for Academic Purposes
Professional Writing
Professional Communication
• Advanced Industrial Relations
1
1
1
Human Resources
Business Operations
Basic Business Statistics 1 A
12 Mar 2014
Labour Law 1A
Introduction to Education, Training &
Development
1
1
14 Mar 2014
Contemporary Issues
17 Mar 2014
Introduction to Mathematics
17 Mar 2014
Introduction to Marketing and its
Environment
19 Mar 2014
Organisational Behaviour
Human Resources Staffing
1
Strategic Human Resources
Management
Organisational Development &
Change
28 Mar 2014
1
Research Methodology
(Assignment 1 )
(Assignment 2)
02 Apr 2014
Introduction to Psychology of
Human Resources
Business Accounting 1A
07 Apr 2014
Language in Practice
English in Practice
English for Academic Purposes
Professional Writing
Professional Communication
Language in Practice
English in Practice
English for Academic Purposes
Professional Writing
Professional Communication
Basic Science
Language in Practice
English in Practice
English for Academic Purposes
Professional Writing
Professional Communication
Language in Practice
English in Practice
English for Academic Purposes
Professional Writing
Professional Communication
2
Advanced Industrial Relations
2
Introduction to Education, Training &
Development
Basic Business Statistics 1 A
09 Apr 2014
2
Advanced Management of Training
11 Apr 2014
Contemporary Issues
Introduction to Mathematics
Organisational Behaviour
14 Apr 2014
Introduction to Marketing and its
Environment
Labour Law 1A
Human Resource Staffing
Introduction to Business
Management
25 Apr 2014
Computer User Skills
2
Strategic Human Resources
Management
2
2
Principles of Microeconomics
16 Apr 2014
2
1
&
2
Innovation, Creativity and
Entrepreneurship
(Assignment 1)
(Assignment 2)
14 Apr 2014
1
&
2
2
07 Apr 2014
16 Apr 2014
1
1
Principles of Microeconomics
09 Apr 2014
1
1
12 Mar 2014
09 Apr 2014
Advanced Management of Training
Organisational Development &
Change
2
Business Operations
2
1
25 Apr 2014
Research Methodology
(Assignment 3 )
(Assignment 4)
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23 May 2014
Contemporary Issues
3
Information Competence
2
30 May 2014
Contemporary Issues
30 May 2014
4
Research Methodology (Final
Proposal – Ass 5)
07Jun 2014
Computer User Skills
30 Jul 2014
Language in Practice
English in Practice
English for Academic Purposes
Professional Writing
Professional Communication
5
2
SEMESTER TWO
04 Aug 2014
Language in Practice
English in Practice
English for Academic Purposes
Professional Writing
Professional Communication
Language in Practice
English in Practice
English for Academic Purposes
Professional Writing
Professional Communication
Language in Practice
English in Practice
English for Academic Purposes
Professional Writing
Professional Communication
1
Organisational Management
Employee Health & Safety
Advanced Organisational
Development & Change
1
Industrial Relations
06 Aug 2014
Basic Science
Basic Business Statistics 1 B
11 Aug 2014
Marketing Principles
Labour Law 1B
11 Aug 2014
Introduction to Mathematics
13 Aug 2014
Business Ethics and Leadership
Performance Management &
Productivity measurement
Contemporary Issues
1
18 Aug 2014
Introduction to Human Resources
Management
Business Accounting 1B
Principles of Education, Training and
Development
1
27 Aug 2014
Language in Practice
English in Practice
English for Academic Purposes
Professional Writing
Professional Communication
Language in Practice
English in Practice
English for Academic Purposes
Professional Writing
Professional Communication
Language in Practice
English in Practice
English for Academic Purposes
Professional Writing
Professional Communication
03 Sept 2014
1
1
15 Aug 2014
01 Sept 2014
1
Compensation Management
1
Language in Practice
English in Practice
English for Academic Purposes
Professional Writing
Professional Communication
Basic Business Statistics 1B
Basic Science
Organisational Management
08 Sept 2014
Marketing Principles
Labour Law 1B
08 Sept 2014
Introduction to Mathematics
10 Sept 2014
Business Ethics and Leadership
05 Sept 2014
2
2
Employee Health & Safety
Advanced Organisational
Development & Change
2
Contemporary Issues
2
Industrial Relations
2
2
Performance Management &
Productivity measurement
12 Sept 2014
Compensation Management
2
Innovation, Creativity and
Entrepreneurship
(Assignment 1)
(Assignment 2)
1
&
2
Principles of Education, Training and
Development
2
26 Sept 2014
Contemporary Issues
3
20 Oct 2014
Contemporary Issues
4
31 Oct 2014
Work Integrated Learning
17 Sept 2014
Introduction to Human Resources
Management
Business Accounting 1B
TAKE NOTE:
VACATION SCHOOLS ARE COMPULSORY FOR STUDENTS ENROLLED FOR:
•
Advanced Industrial Relations
•
Advanced Management of Training
•
Advanced Organisational Development & Change
•
Compensation Management
•
Strategic Human Resources Management
•
Research Methodology
•
Research Project
•
Work Integrated Learning
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ALL FOURTH YEAR COURSES FOR THE BACHELOR OF HUMAN RESOURCES MANGEMENT – 21BHUR:
•
Compulsory Tests to be written during vacation schools, dates to be communicated to students
•
Tests count 40% towards the semester mark
RESEARCH METHODOLOGY – RMA411S
•
The test counts for 30% towards the final mark
•
(ASSESSMENT NO. 6) – COMPULSORY TEST DATES:
o Semester 1 - Saturday 17 May 2014, 09:00 – 12:00 at Main Campus and Regional Centres
BUSINESS SIMULATION SESSIONS ARE COMPULSORY FOR STUDENTS ENROLLED FOR:
•
Innovation, Creativity and Entrepreneurship – ICE712S
•
The Business Simulation session counts for 25% towards the final mark
•
DATES FOR BUSINESS SIMULATION SESSIONS ARE AS FOLLOWS:
o Session 1 : 17 – 19 February
o Session 2 : 20 – 22 February
o Session 3 : 03 – 05 March
o Session 4 : 15 – 17 April (Reserved for Regional Distance Students)
INNOVATION, CREATIVITY AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP – ICE712S
• Test 1 – 3 will be written on the same date and time
• The test counts for 55% towards the final mark
• The test dates for Innovation, Creativity and Entrepreneurship (ICE712S) in semester 1 & 2 of 2014 will be
announced via SMS’s, Notice Boards, Information Circular and in the First Tutorial Letter
COMPUTER USER SKILLS – CUS411S:
•
Computer User Skills will be written at the Main Campus and at the Regional Centres
•
Contact the Regional Coordinator for availability of the test.
•
COMPULSORY TEST DATES:
o Test 1 – Monday, 10 February 2014
o Test 2 – Saturday, 08 March 2014
o Test 3 – Saturday, 26 April 2014
o Test 4 – Saturday, 10 May 2014
o Test 5 – Saturday, 07June 2014
o Supplementary Test – TO BE ANNOUNCED ON MOODLE PLATFORM
•
The due dates of assignments and test for Computer User Skills (CUS411S) in semester 2 of 2014 will be
announced via SMS’s, Notice Boards, Information Circular and in the First Tutorial Letter
INFORMATION COMPETENCE – ICT521S
•
The Information Competence Tests will be written at the Main Campus and at the Regional Centres
•
Contact the Regional Coordinator for availability of the test
•
INFORMATION COMPETENCE (ICT521S) – COMPULSORY TEST DATES:
o Test 1 – Saturday, 10 -14 February 2014
o Test 2 – Saturday, 22 February 2014
o Test 3 – Saturday, 15 Mar 2014
o Test 4 – Saturday, 26 Apr 2014
o Test 5 – Saturday, 31 May 2014
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o Supplementary Test – Monday, 02 Jun 2014
•
The due dates of assignments and test for Information Competence (ICT521S) in semester 2 of 2014 will be
announced via SMS’s, Notice Boards, Information Circular and in the First Tutorial Letter
CONTEMPORARY ISSUES (CIS610S) – COMPULSORY TEST DATES:
•
Semester 1:
o Test 1 – To be written during the Apr 2014 Vacation School, date to be communicated to students.
o Test 2 – Saturday, 10 May 2014 @ 09:00-11:00, Main Campus and Regional Centres
•
Semester 2:
o Test 1 – To be written during the Aug 2014 Vacation School, date to be communicated to students.
o Test 2 – Saturday, 04 Oct 2014 @ 09:00-11:00, Main Campus and Regional Centres
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ADDENDUM E: ASSIGNMENT SCHEDULE 2014
BACHELOR OF BUSINESS MANAGEMENT – 07BBMA
BACHELOR OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION – 21BBAD
DATE
FIRST YEAR
(Phased in 2014)
SECOND YEAR
(Old Curriculum – 21BBAD)
THIRD YEAR
(Old Curriculum – 21BBAD)
FOURTH YEAR
(Old Curriculum – 21BBAD)
ASS
NO
SEMESTER ONE
01 Mar 2014
Information Competence
03 Mar 2014
Language in Practice
English in Practice
English for Academic Purposes
Professional Writing
Professional Communication
1
Language in Practice
English in Practice
English for Academic Purposes
Professional Writing
Professional Communication
Language in Practice
English in Practice
English for Academic Purposes
Professional Writing
Professional Communication
03 Mar 2014
05 Mar 2014
1
Retail Business Management
1
Business Accounting 2A
05 Mar 2014
Business Accounting 1A
10 Mar 2014
Introduction to Business Management Business Operations
10 Mar 2014
Basic Science
12 Mar 2014
1
1
Purchasing and Supply Management International Business
Management Planning
Introduction to Mathematics
19 Mar 2014
Principles of Microeconomics
Commercial Law 1A
Strategic Business Management:
Planning & Control
Principles of Microeconomics
1
Intermediate Microeconomics
28 Mar 2014
02 Apr 2014
Business Accounting 1A
Business Accounting 2A
07 Apr 2014
Language in Practice
English in Practice
English for Academic Purposes
Professional Writing
Professional Communication
Language in Practice
English in Practice
English for Academic Purposes
Professional Writing
Professional Communication
09 Apr 2014
Basic Science
Basic Business Statistics 1A
09 Apr 2014
Language in Practice
English in Practice
English for Academic Purposes
Professional Writing
Professional Communication
1
Research Methodology
(Assignment 1 )
(Assignment 2)
1
&
2
Retail Business Management
2
Language in Practice
English in Practice
English for Academic Purposes
Professional Writing
Professional Communication
2
International Business
Management Planning
2
Innovation, Creativity and
Entrepreneurship
(Assignment 1)
(Assignment 2)
14 Apr 2014
Introduction to Mathematics
16 Apr 2014
Principles of Microeconomics
16 Apr 2014
Introduction to Business Management Business Operations
Commercial Law 1A
1
&
2
Strategic Business Management:
Planning & Control
Principles of Microeconomics
23 Apr 2014
2
2
Intermediate Microeconomics
2
Research Methodology
(Assignment 3 )
(Assignment 4)
23 May 2014
Information Competence
Computer User Skills
3
&
4
1
2
30 May 2014
Research Methodology (Final
Proposal-Ass 5)
Computer User Skills
2
Purchasing and Supply Management
25 Apr 2014
Computer User Skills
1
1
26 Mar 2014
25 Apr 2014
1
1
Basic Business Statistics 1A
17 Mar 2014
07Jun 2014
Language in Practice
English in Practice
English for Academic Purposes
Professional Writing
Professional Communication
Computer User Skills
5
2
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SEMESTER TWO
30 Jul 2014
Language in Practice
English in Practice
English for Academic Purposes
Professional Writing
Professional Communication
Language in Practice
English in Practice
English for Academic Purposes
Professional Writing
Professional Communication
Language in Practice
English in Practice
English for Academic Purposes
Professional Writing
Professional Communication
30 Jul 2014
Language in Practice
English in Practice
English for Academic Purposes
Professional Writing
Professional Communication
1
Strategic Business Management:
Analysis & Decision
1
04 Aug 2014
Principles of Macroeconomics
Principles of Macroeconomics
Consumer & Organisation Buying
Behaviour
International Business Management
Analysis
1
06 Aug 2014
Basic Science
Basic Business Statistics 1B
Commercial Law 1B
Project Management
1
11 Aug 2014
Introduction to Mathematics
11 Aug 2014
Marketing Principles
13 Aug 2014
18 Aug 2014
Business Accounting 1B
1
1
Business Finance
Business Logistics and Supply
Chain Management
1
Business Accounting 2B
Small & Medium Enterprise
Management
1
Intermediate Macroeconomics
1
27 Aug 2014
27 Aug 2014
Language in Practice
English in Practice
English for Academic Purposes
Professional Writing
Professional Communication
Language in Practice
English in Practice
English for Academic Purposes
Professional Writing
Professional Communication
Language in Practice
English in Practice
English for Academic Purposes
Professional Writing
Professional Communication
27 Aug 2014
01 Sept 2014
Basic Business Statistics 1B
03 Sept 2014 Basic Science
03 Sept 2014
Principles of Macroeconomics
Language in Practice
English in Practice
English for Academic Purposes
Professional Writing
Professional Communication
2
Strategic Business Management:
Analysis & Decision
2
Commercial Law 1B
Consumer & Organisation Buying
Behaviour
2
International Business Management
Analysis
Principles of Macroeconomics
2
08 Sept 2014 Introduction to Mathematics
Project Management
08 Sept 2014 Marketing Principles
10 Sept 2014
2
2
2
Business Finance
Business Logistics and Supply
Chain Management
2
12 Sept 2014
Innovation, Creativity and
Entrepreneurship
(Assignment 1)
(Assignment 2)
1
&
2
15 Sept 2014
Small & Medium Enterprise
Management
2
17 Sept 2014
17 Sept 2014 Business Accounting 1B
22 Sept 2014
2
Business Accounting 2B
2
Intermediate Macroeconomics
31 Oct 2014
2
Research Project
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TAKE NOTE:
VACATION SCHOOLS ARE COMPULSORY FOR STUDENTS ENROLLED FOR:
•
Research Methodology
•
Research Project
RESEARCH METHODOLOGY – RMA411S
•
The test counts 30% towards the final mark
•
(ASSESSMENT NO. 6) – COMPULSORY TEST DATES:
o Semester 1 - Saturday 17 May 2014, 09:00 – 12:00 at Main Campus and Regional Centres
BUSINESS SIMULATION SESSIONS ARE COMPULSORY FOR STUDENTS ENROLLED FOR:
•
Innovation, Creativity and Entrepreneurship – ICE712S
•
The Business Simulation session counts 25% towards the final mark
•
DATES FOR BUSINESS SIMULATION SESSIONS ARE AS FOLLOWS:
o Session 1 : 17 – 19 February
o Session 2 : 20 – 22 February
o Session 3 : 03 – 05 March
o Session 4 : 15 – 17 April (Reserved for Regional Distance Students)
INNOVATION, CREATIVITY AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP – ICE712S
• Test 1 – 3 will be written on the same date and time
• The test counts 55% towards the final mark
• The test dates for Innovation, Creativity and Entrepreneurship (ICE712S) in semester 1 & 2 of 2014 will be
announced via SMS’s, Notice Boards, Information Circular and in the First Tutorial Letter
COMPUTER USER SKILLS – CUS411S:
•
Computer User Skills will be written at the Main Campus and at the Regional Centres
•
Contact the Regional Coordinator for availability of the test
•
COMPULSORY TEST DATES:
o Test 1 – Monday, 10 February 2014
o Test 2 – Saturday, 08 March 2014
o Test 3 – Saturday, 26 April 2014
o Test 4 – Saturday, 10 May 2014
o Test 5 – Saturday, 07June 2014
o Supplementary Test – TO BE ANNOUNCED ON MOODLE PLATFORM
•
The due dates of assignments and test for Computer User Skills (CUS411S) in semester 2 of 2014 will be
announced via SMS’s, Notice Boards, Information Circular and in the First Tutorial Letter
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INFORMATION COMPETENCE – ICT521S
•
The Information Competence Tests will be written at the Main Campus and at the Regional Centres
•
Contact the Regional Coordinator for availability of the test
•
INFORMATION COMPETENCE (ICT521S) – COMPULSORY TEST DATES:
o Test 1 – Saturday, 10 -14 February 2014
o Test 2 – Saturday, 22 February 2014
o Test 3 – Saturday, 15 Mar 2014
o Test 4 – Saturday, 26 Apr 2014
o Test 5 – Saturday, 31 May 2014
o Supplementary Test – Monday, 02 Jun 2014
•
The due dates of assignments and test for Information Competence (ICT521S) in semester 2 of 2014 will be
announced via SMS’s, Notice Boards, Information Circular and in the First Tutorial Letter
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ADDENDUM F: ASSIGNMENT SCHEDULE 2014
BACHELOR OF ECONOMICS – 07BECO
BACHELOR OF TECHNOLOGY IN ECONOMICS – 23BECO
DATE
FIRST YEAR
(Phased in 2013)
SECOND YEAR
(Phased in 2014)
THIRD YEAR
(Old Curriculum -23BECO)
FOURTH YEAR
(Old Curriculum -23BECO)
ASS
NO
SEMESTER ONE
01 Mar2014
03 Mar 2014
1
Information Competence
Language in Practice
English in Practice
English for Academic Purposes
Professional Writing
Professional Communication
03 Mar 2014
Language in Practice
English in Practice
English for Academic Purposes
Professional Writing
Professional Communication
Language in Practice
English in Practice
English for Academic Purposes
Professional Writing
Professional Communication
Statistics for Economists 2A
Statistics for Economists
Business Accounting 1A
Business Accounting 2A
10 Mar 2014
Introduction to Business
Management
Money and Banking
10 Mar 2014
Basic Science
Mathematics for Economists
(MEC211S)
Purchasing & Supply Management
12 Mar 2014
Mathematics for Economists 1A
Economics of Agriculture
Applied Mathematical Economics
Principles of Microeconomics
Transport Economics
Applied Economic Policy Analysis
Economics of Namibia & SACU
countries 4A
1
Managerial Economics
Project Planning & Management
1
1
28 Mar 2014
Research Methodology
(Assignment 1 )
(Assignment 2)
07 Apr 2014
1
1
Intermediate Microeconomics
Business Accounting 1A
1
1
Economics of Growth & Development
24 Mar 2014
02 Apr 2014
1
Corporate Finance
17 Mar 2014
26 Mar 2014
1
1
05 Mar 2014
19 Mar 2014
Language in Practice
English in Practice
English for Academic Purposes
Professional Writing
Professional Communication
1
&
2
2
Business Accounting 2A
Statistics for Economists 2A
Statistics for Economists
2
07 Apr 2014
Language in Practice
English in Practice
English for Academic Purposes
Professional Writing
Professional Communication
Language in Practice
English in Practice
English for Academic Purposes
Professional Writing
Professional Communication
Language in Practice
English in Practice
English for Academic Purposes
Professional Writing
Professional Communication
Language in Practice
English in Practice
English for Academic Purposes
Professional Writing
Professional Communication
2
09 Apr 2014
Basic Science
Economics of Agriculture
Applied Mathematical Economics
Corporate Finance
2
14 Apr 2014
Mathematics for Economists 1A
Mathematics for Economists
(MEC211S)
Economics of Growth & Development
Transport Economics
2
16 Apr 2014
Principles of Microeconomics
Applied Economic Policy Analysis
Economics of Namibia & SACU
countries 4A
2
16 Apr 2014
Introduction to Business
Management
23 Apr 2014
25 Apr 2014
Money and Banking
Purchasing & Supply Management
Intermediate Microeconomics
Managerial Economics
Project Planning & Management
2
1
Computer User Skills
25 Apr 2014
23 May 2014
2
Research Methodology
(Assignment 3 )
(Assignment 4)
3
&
4
2
Information Competence
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30 May 2014
07 Jun 2014
Research Methodology (Final
Proposal – Ass 5)
5
2
Computer User Skills
SEMESTER TWO
30 Jul 2014
Language in Practice
English in Practice
English for Academic Purposes
Professional Writing
Professional Communication
30 Jul 2014
04 Aug 2014
Language in Practice
English in Practice
English for Academic Purposes
Professional Writing
Professional Communication
Language in Practice
English in Practice
English for Academic Purposes
Professional Writing
Professional Communication
Mathematical Economics
(MEC212S)
Econometrics
Principles of Macroeconomics
04 Aug 2014
International Trade
Language in Practice
English in Practice
English for Academic Purposes
Professional Writing
Professional Communication
1
Economics of Namibia & SACU
Countries 4B
Basic Science
11 Aug 2014
Mathematics for Economists 1B
13 Aug 2014
Business Ethics & Leadership
Business Finance
18 Aug 2014
Business Accounting 1B
Business Accounting 2B
27 Aug 2014
27 Aug 2014
Language in Practice
English in Practice
English for Academic Purposes
Professional Writing
Professional Communication
03 Sept 2014
Principles of Macroeconomics
03 Sept 2014
Basic Science
08 Sept 2014
1
1
Economics of Namibia and
SACU countries
06 Aug 2014
1
Statistics for Economist 2B
Public Finance & Taxation
1
International Finance
1
Business Logistics & Supply Chain
Management
1
1
1
Intermediate Macroeconomics
Industrial Economics
Language in Practice
English in Practice
English for Academic Purposes
Professional Writing
Professional Communication
Language in Practice
English in Practice
English for Academic Purposes
Professional Writing
Professional Communication
Language in Practice
English in Practice
English for Academic Purposes
Professional Writing
Professional Communication
2
International Trade
Economics of Namibia & SACU
Countries 4B
2
Statistics for Economist 2B
Econometrics
2
Economics of Namibia and
SACU countries
Public Finance & Taxation
2
08 Sept 2014
Mathematics for Economists 1B
Mathematical Economics
(MEC212S)
International Finance
2
10 Sept 2014
Business Ethics & Leadership
Business Finance
Business Logistics & Supply Chain
Management
2
17 Sept 2014
Business Accounting 1B
Business Accounting 2B
22 Sept 2014
Intermediate Macroeconomics
2
2
Industrial Economics
31 Oct 2014
Research Project
TAKE NOTE:
VACATION SCHOOLS ARE COMPULSORY FOR STUDENTS ENROLLED FOR:
•
Research Methodology
•
Research Project
RESEARCH METHODOLOGY – RMA411S
•
The test counts 30% towards the final mark
•
(ASSESSMENT NO. 6) – COMPULSORY TEST DATES:
o Semester 1 - Saturday 17 May 2014, 09:00 – 12:00 at Main Campus and Regional Centres
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COMPUTER USER SKILLS – CUS411S:
•
Computer User Skills will be written at the Main Campus and at the Regional Centres
•
Contact the Regional Coordinator for availability of the test
•
COMPULSORY TEST DATES:
o Test 1 – Monday, 10 February 2014
o Test 2 – Saturday, 08 March 2014
o Test 3 – Saturday, 26 April 2014
o Test 4 – Saturday, 10 May 2014
o Test 5 – Saturday, 07June 2014
o Supplementary Test – TO BE ANNOUNCED ON MOODLE PLATFORM
•
The due dates of assignments and test for Computer User Skills (CUS411S) in semester 2 of 2014 will be
announced via SMS’s, Notice Boards, Information Circular and in the First Tutorial Letter
INFORMATION COMPETENCE – ICT521S
•
The Information Competence Tests will be written at the Main Campus and at the Regional Centres
•
Contact the Regional Coordinator for availability of the test
•
INFORMATION COMPETENCE (ICT521S) – COMPULSORY TEST DATES:
o Test 1 – Saturday, 10 -14 February 2014
o Test 2 – Saturday, 22 February 2014
o Test 3 – Saturday, 15 Mar 2014
o Test 4 – Saturday, 26 Apr 2014
o Test 5 – Saturday, 31 May 2014
o Supplementary Test – Monday, 02 Jun 2014
•
The due dates of assignments and test for Information Competence (ICT521S) in semester 2 of 2014 will be
announced via SMS’s, Notice Boards, Information Circular and in the First Tutorial Letter
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ADDENDUM G: ASSIGNMENT SCHEDULE 2014
BACHELOR OF OFFICE MANAGEMENT AND TECHNOLOGY – 07BOMT
PLEASE TAKE NOTE:
Only the courses listed under the fourth year are offered on the distance education mode for the Bachelor of Office
Management and Technology (25BOMT)
DATE
FIRST YEAR
(Phased in 2012)
SECOND YEAR
(Phased in 2013)
THIRD YEAR
(Phased in 2014)
FOURTH YEAR
ASS
NO
SEMESTER ONE
01 Mar 2014
Information Competence
03 Mar 2014
Language in Practice
English in Practice
English for Academic Purposes
Professional Writing
Professional Communication
Language in Practice
English in Practice
English for Academic Purposes
Professional Writing
Professional Communication
1
05 Mar 2014
Business Accounting 1A
Introduction to Psychology of
Human Resources
10 Mar 2014
Introduction to Business
Management
10 Mar 2014
Basic Science
Language in Practice
English in Practice
English for Academic Purposes
Professional Writing
Professional Communication
03 Mar 2014
Financial Management 1A
12 Mar 2014
Labour Law 1A
1
1
14 Mar 2014
Labour Law 1A
1
Organisational
Behaviour
1
Contemporary Issues
Management Principles A
Basic Mathematics
Principles of Microeconomics
24 Mar 2014
Info Administration 1 A
Info Administration 2 A
26 Mar 2014
Professional Skills A
Admin. Management A
1
1
Info Administration 3 A
1
1
28 Mar 2014
Research Methodology
(Assignment 1 )
(Assignment 2)
02 Apr 2014
Business Accounting 1A
Introduction to Psychology of
Human Resources
07 Apr 2014
Language in Practice
English in Practice
English for Academic Purposes
Professional Writing
Professional Communication
Language in Practice
English in Practice
English for Academic Purposes
Professional Writing
Professional Communication
Language in Practice
English in Practice
English for Academic Purposes
Professional Writing
Professional Communication
Language in Practice
English in Practice
English for Academic Purposes
Professional Writing
Professional Communication
Financial Management 1A
Basic Science
Public Relations 1A
11 Apr 2014
Commercial Law 1A
14 Apr 2014
Labour Law 1A
14 Apr 2014
Management Principles A
16 Apr 2014
Basic Mathematics
16 Apr 2014
Introduction to Business
Management
23 Apr 2014
Info Administration 1 A
25 Apr 2014
Professional Skills A
2
2
2
Contemporary Issues
14 Apr 2014
1
&
2
2
07 Apr 2014
09 Apr 2014
1
1
Public Relations 1A
Commercial Law 1A
17 Mar 2014
1
1
12 Mar 2014
19 Mar 2014
Language in Practice
English in Practice
English for Academic Purposes
Professional Writing
Professional Communication
2
Organisational Behaviour
Labour Law 1A
Admin. Management A
2
2
2
Principles of Microeconomics
2
2
Info Administration 2 A
Info Administration 3A
2
2
25 Apr 2014
Research Methodology
(Assignment 3 )
(Assignment 4)
06 May 2014
Contemporary Issues
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&
4
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23 May 2014
Information Competence
2
30 May 2014
Research Methodology (Final
Proposal – Ass 5)
30 May 2014
Contemporary Issues
30 May 2014
Work Integrated Learning
5
4
SEMESTER TWO
30 Jul 2014
Language in Practice
English in Practice
English for Academic Purposes
Professional Writing
Professional Communication
Language in Practice
English in Practice
English for Academic Purposes
Professional Writing
Professional Communication
04 Aug 2014
Basic Mathematics
Principles of Macroeconomics
06 Aug 2014
Basic Science
Language in Practice
English in Practice
English for Academic Purposes
Professional Writing
Professional Communication
30 Jul 2014
Admin. Management B
11 Aug 2014
Labour Law 1B
Public Relations B
1
1
1
Labour Law 1B
Event Co-ordination
Contemporary Issues
1
1
18 Aug 2014
Business Accounting 1B
27 Aug 2014
Info Administration 1 B
Info Administration 2 B
Info Administration 3 B
27 Aug 2014
Language in Practice
English in Practice
English for Academic Purposes
Professional Writing
Professional Communication
Language in Practice
English in Practice
English for Academic Purposes
Professional Writing
Professional Communication
Language in Practice
English in Practice
English for Academic Purposes
Professional Writing
Professional Communication
29 Aug 2014
Professional Skills B
1
Language in Practice
English in Practice
English for Academic Purposes
Professional Writing
Professional Communication
Basic Mathematics
03 Sept 2014
Basic Science
2
Principles of Macroeconomics
05 Sept 2014
Financial Management 1B
2
Organisational Management
2
Contemporary Issues
08 Sept 2014
Labour Law 1B
08 Sept 2014
Management Principles B
Admin. Management B
Event Co-ordination
Public Relations B
10 Sept 2014
Business Ethics & Leadership
17 Sept 2014
Business Accounting 1B
24 Sept 2014
Info Administration 1 B
26 Sept 2014
Professional Skills B
2
1
Commercial Law 1B
03 Sept 2014
1
1
15 Aug 2014
01 Sept 2014
Financial Management 1B
1
Management Principles B
Business Ethics & Leadership
1
Organisational Management
Commercial Law 1B
06 Aug 2014
13 Aug 2014
Language in Practice
English in Practice
English for Academic Purposes
Professional Writing
Professional Communication
2
Labour Law 1B
2
2
2
2
Info Administration 2 B
Info Administration 3B
2
2
26 Sept 2014
Contemporary Issues
3
20 Oct 2014
Contemporary Issues
4
31 Oct 2014
Research Project
TAKE NOTE:
VACATION SCHOOLS ARE COMPULSORY FOR STUDENTS ENROLLED FOR:
•
Information Administration 1A & 1B
•
Information Administration 2A & 2B
•
Information Administration 3A & 3B
•
Professional Skills A & B
•
Research Methodology
•
Research Project
•
Work Integrated Learning
INFORMATION ADMINISTRATION 1A, 1B, 2A, 2B, 3A, 3B:
•
Tests will be written during vacation schools
•
Test counts 80% towards the semester mark
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PROFESSIONAL SKILLS A:
•
Semester 1
•
COMPULSORY TEST DATES:
o Test 1 will be written during the April 2014 Vacation School
o The date will be communicated to students
o Students will also do a practical presentation during the vacation school
o Test 2 will be written on Saturday, 17 May 2014 @ 09:00 - 11:00, Main Campus and Regional Centres
PROFESSIONAL SKILLS B:
•
Semester 2
•
COMPULSORY TEST DATES:
o Test 1 will be written during the Aug 2014 Vacation School
o The date will be communicated to students
o Students will also do a practical presentation during the vacation school.
o Test 2 will be written on Saturday, 18 Oct 2014 @ 09:00-11:00, Main Campus and Regional Centres
RESEARCH METHODOLOGY – RMA411S
•
The test counts 30% towards the final mark
•
(ASSESSMENT NO. 6) – COMPULSORY TEST DATES:
o Semester 1 - Saturday 17 May 2014, 09:00 – 12:00 at Main Campus and Regional Centres
INFORMATION COMPETENCE – ICT521S
•
The Information Competence Tests will be written at the Main Campus and at the Regional Centres
•
Contact the Regional Coordinator for availability of the test
•
INFORMATION COMPETENCE (ICT521S) – COMPULSORY TEST DATES:
o Test 1 – Saturday, 10 -14 February 2014
o Test 2 – Saturday, 22 February 2014
o Test 3 – Saturday, 15 Mar 2014
o Test 4 – Saturday, 26 Apr 2014
o Test 5 – Saturday, 31 May 2014
•
o Supplementary Test – Monday, 02 Jun 2014
The due dates of assignments and test for Information Competence (ICT521S) in semester 2 of 2014 will be
announced via SMS’s, Notice Boards, Information Circular and in the First Tutorial Letter
CONTEMPORARY ISSUES (CIS610S) – COMPULSORY TEST DATES:
•
Semester 1:
o Test 1 – To be written during the Apr 2014 Vacation School, date to be communicated to students
•
o Test 2 – Saturday, 10 May 2014 @ 09:00-11:00, Main Campus and Regional Centres
Semester 2:
o Test 1 – To be written during the Aug 2014 Vacation School, date to be communicated to students
o Test 2 – Saturday, 04 Oct 2014 @ 09:00-11:00, Main Campus and Regional Centres
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ADDENDUM H: ASSIGNMENT SCHEDULE 2014
BACHELOR OF ENGLISH – 25BAEN
DATE
03 Mar 2014
05 Mar 2014
05 Mar 2014
10 Mar 2014
12 Mar 2014
17 Mar 2014
19 Mar 2014
02 Apr 2014
07 Apr 2014
07 Apr 2014
09 Apr 2014
09 Apr 2014
14 Apr 2014
16 Apr 2014
16 Apr 2014
25 Apr 2014
30 May 2014
07 Jun 2014
30 Jul 2014
04 Aug 2014
04 Aug 2014
06 Aug 2014
11 Aug 2014
27 Aug 2014
27 Aug 2014
03 Sept 2014
03 Sept 2014
08 Sept 2014
10 Sept 2014
22 Sept 2014
FIRST YEAR
Introduction to Sociology
Introduction to Literature
Intercultural Communication
Introduction to Linguistics
Basic Mathematics
Introduction to Sociology
SECOND YEAR
THIRD YEAR
SEMESTER ONE
Theory & Practice of Poetry
Namibian Literature in English
International Relations & Organisations
Rhetorical Theory & Criticism
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
1
English Morphology
International Relations & Organisations
Theory & Practice of Poetry
Namibian Literature in English
Introduction to Literature
Rhetorical Theory & Criticism
Intercultural Communication
Introduction to Linguistics
Basic Mathematics
Computer User Skills
ASS
NO
English Morphology
Work Integrated Learning
Computer User Skills
Introduction to Political Science
Basic Mathematics
Introduction to Phonetics &
Phonology
The Study of Prose
Introduction to Political Science
Basic Mathematics
Introduction to Phonetics &
Phonology
The Study of Prose
2
SEMESTER TWO
English Syntax
Semantics
Theory & Practice of Drama
Management Communication
1
1
1
Literary Criticism
Public Speaking & Argumentation
International Relations & Organisations
English Syntax
African Literature
English as a Second Language
Psycholinguistics
Semantics
1
1
1
2
Theory & Practice of Drama
Management Communication
2
2
Literary Criticism
Public Speaking & Argumentation
International Relations & Organisations
African Literature
English as a Second Language
Psycholinguistics
2
2
2
TAKE NOTE:
VACATION SCHOOLS ARE COMPULSORY FOR STUDENTS ENROLLED FOR:
•
All the above courses
COMPUTER USER SKILLS – CUS411S:
•
Computer User Skills will be written at the Main Campus and at the Regional Centres
•
Contact the Regional Coordinator for availability of the test
•
COMPULSORY TEST DATES:
o Test 1 – Monday, 10 February 2014
o Test 2 – Saturday, 08 March 2014
o Test 3 – Saturday, 26 April 2014
o Test 4 – Saturday, 10 May 2014
o Test 5 – Saturday, 07June 2014
•
o Supplementary Test – TO BE ANNOUNCED ON MOODLE PLATFORM
The due dates of assignments and test for Computer User Skills (CUS411S) in semester 2 of 2014 will be
announced via SMS’s, Notice Boards, Information Circular and in the First Tutorial Letter
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ADDENDUM I: ASSIGNMENT SCHEDULE 2014
BACHELOR OF COMMUNICATION – 25BACO
DATE
FIRST YEAR
SECOND YEAR
THIRD YEAR
ASS
NO
SEMESTER ONE
03 Mar 2014
Intro to Communication 1A
10 Mar 2014
12 Mar 2014
1
Rhetorical Theory & Criticism
1
Intercultural Communication
17 Mar 2014
19 Mar 2014
Principles of Microeconomics
19 Mar 2014
Basic Mathematics
24 Mar 2014
07 Apr 2014
Introduction to Sociology
1
Introduction to Marketing & Its
Environment
1
Web Communication
1
1
Introduction to Public Management
1
Intro to Communication 1A
2
07 Apr 2014
Introduction to Sociology
2
09 Apr 2014
Rhetorical Theory & Criticism
2
14 Apr 2014
Introduction to Marketing & Its
Environment
2
14 Apr 2014
Intercultural Communication
16 Apr 2014
Principles of Microeconomics
16 Apr 2014
Basic Mathematics
23 Apr 2014
25 Apr 2014
2
Web Communication
2
Introduction to Public Management
2
Computer User Skills
1
30 May 2014
07Jun 2014
2
Work Integrated Learning
Computer User Skills
2
SEMESTER TWO
30 Jul 2014
Intro to Communication 1B
04 Aug 2014
Basic Mathematics
04 Aug 2014
Non-Verbal Communication
06 Aug 2014
11 Aug 2014
Organisational Communication
13 Aug 2014
Group Dynamics and
Communication
27 Aug 2014
Gender Communication
27 Aug 2014
Intro to Communication 1B
03 Sept 2014
Basic Mathematics
03 Sept 2014
Non-Verbal Communication
08 Sept 2014
10 Sept 2014
Group Dynamics and
Communication
10 Sept 2014
Organisational Communication
22 Sept 2014
Gender Communication
Introduction to Political Science
Legal & Ethical Issues in
Communication
Specialised Writing
Management Communication
1
Public Relations Theory & Practice
Persuasion and Propaganda
1
Public Speaking & Argumentation
Mediation Communication
1
1
1
International Relations and
Organisations
1
Introduction to Political Science
Legal & Ethical Issues in
Communication
2
Specialised Writing
Management Communication
2
Public Relations Theory & Practice
Persuasion and Propaganda
2
2
2
Public Speaking & Argumentation
Mediation Communication
2
International Relations and
Organisations
2
TAKE NOTE:
VACATION SCHOOLS ARE COMPULSORY FOR STUDENTS ENROLLED FOR:
•
1
All the above courses
WEB COMMUNICATION:
•
Test will be written during April 2014 vacation school
•
Test counts 20% towards the semester mark
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COMPUTER USER SKILLS – CUS411S:
•
Computer User Skills will be written at the Main Campus and at the Regional Centres
•
Contact the Regional Coordinator for availability of the test
•
COMPULSORY TEST DATES:
o Test 1 – Monday, 10 February 2014
o Test 2 – Saturday, 08 March 2014
o Test 3 – Saturday, 26 April 2014
o Test 4 – Saturday, 10 May 2014
o Test 5 – Saturday, 07June 2014
•
o Supplementary Test – TO BE ANNOUNCED ON MOODLE PLATFORM
The due dates of assignments and test for Computer User Skills (CUS411S) in semester 2 of 2014 will be
announced via SMS’s, Notice Boards, Information Circular and in the First Tutorial Letter
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ADDENDUM J: ASSIGNMENT SCHEDULE 2014
BACHELOR OF HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT – 27 BHMN
FOURTH YEAR
(Last intake 2017)
DATE
ASS
NO
SEMESTER ONE
05 Mar 2014
Hospitality Operations Management
1
12 Mar 2014
Managing Human Resources in Hospitality & Tourism Organisations
1
17 Mar 2014
Strategic Management in Hospitality & Tourism
1
19 Mar 2014
Research Methodology
1
07 Apr 2014
Hospitality Operations Management
2
09 Apr 2014
Managing Human Resources in Hospitality & Tourism Organisations
2
14 Apr 2014
Strategic Management in Hospitality & Tourism
2
23 Apr 2014
Research Methodology
2
30 Jul 2014
Developing and Managing Small Hospitality Property
1
04 Aug 2014
Financial Management in Hospitality & Tourism
1
11 Aug 2014
Strategic Marketing in Hospitality & Tourism
1
01 Sept 2014
Developing and Managing Small Hospitality Property
2
03 Sept 2014
Financial Management in Hospitality & Tourism
2
10 Sept 2014
Strategic Marketing in Hospitality & Tourism
2
SEMESTER TWO
31 Oct 2014
Hospitality Research Project
TAKE NOTE:
VACATION SCHOOLS ARE COMPULSORY FOR STUDENTS ENROLLED FOR:
•
All the above courses
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ADDENDUM K: ASSIGNMENT SCHEDULE 2014
BACHELOR OF TRAVEL AND TOURISM MANAGEMENT – 27BTTM
DATE
FOURTH YEAR
ASS
NO
SEMESTER ONE
05 Mar 2014
Tourism Policy & Planning
1
12 Mar 2014
Managing Human Resources in Hospitality & Tourism Organisations
1
17 Mar 2014
Strategic Management in Hospitality & Tourism
1
19 Mar 2014
Research Methodology
1
07 Apr 2014
Tourism Policy & Planning
2
09 Apr 2014
Managing Human Resources in Hospitality & Tourism Organisations
2
14 Apr 2014
Strategic Management in Hospitality & Tourism
2
23 Apr 2014
Research Methodology
2
SEMESTER TWO
30 Jul 2014
Ecotourism Planning & Management
1
04 Aug 2014
Financial Management in Hospitality & Tourism
1
11 Aug 2014
Strategic Marketing in Hospitality & Tourism
1
01 Sept 2014
Ecotourism Planning & Management
2
03 Sept 2014
Financial Management in Hospitality & Tourism
2
10 Sept 2014
Strategic Marketing in Hospitality & Tourism
2
31 Oct 2014
Tourism Research Project
TAKE NOTE:
VACATION SCHOOLS ARE COMPULSORY FOR STUDENTS ENROLLED FOR:
•
All the above courses
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ADDENDUM L: ASSIGNMENT SCHEDULE 2014
BACHELOR OF TRANSPORT MANAGEMENT – 07BTRM
DATE
FIRST YEAR
SECOND YEAR
THIRD YEAR
ASS
NO
SEMESTER ONE
01 Mar 2014 Information Competence
1
03 Mar 2014 Language in Practice
English in Practice
English for Academic Purposes
Professional Writing
Professional Communication
Language in Practice
English in Practice
English for Academic Purposes
Professional Writing
Professional Communication
Language in Practice
English in Practice
English for Academic Purposes
Professional Writing
Professional Communication
1
05 Mar 2014 Introduction to Road Traffic & Transport
Legislation
Intermodal Transport Economics
Transport Operations Management Techniques
1
07 Mar 2014
Principles of Logistics Management
Applied Road Safety and Infrastructure Management
1
10 Mar 2014 Basic Science
Road Traffic & Transport Legislation
International and Regional Transport Economics
1
12 Mar 2014 Principles of Transport Economics
Transport Operations Management
Basic Business Statistics 1A
1
Contemporary Issues
1
14 Mar 2014
17 Mar 2014 Introduction to Mathematics
Road Safety & Infrastructure
Management
1
24 Mar 2014
Project Planning and Management
1
26 Mar 2014
Road Safety and Infrastructure Management
Techniques
1
26 Mar 2014 Self Development and Study Skills
1&2
26 Mar 2014
Transport Operations Management Techniques
2
07 Apr 2014 Language in Practice
English in Practice
English for Academic Purposes
Professional Writing
Professional Communication
Language in Practice
English in Practice
English for Academic Purposes
Professional Writing
Professional Communication
Language in Practice
English in Practice
English for Academic Purposes
Professional Writing
Professional Communication
2
07 Apr 2014 Introduction to Road Traffic & Transport
Legislation
Intermodal Transport Economics
Applied Road Safety and Infrastructure Management
2
09 Apr 2014
Principles of Logistics Management
Basic Business Statistics 1A
2
09 Apr 2014 Basic Science
Road Traffic & Transport Legislation
International and Regional Transport Economics
2
Contemporary Issues
2
11 Apr 2014
14 Apr 2014 Introduction to Mathematics
2
14 Apr 2014 Principles of Transport Economics
Transport Operations Management
16 Apr 2014
Road Safety & Infrastructure
Management
23 Apr 2014
2
Road Safety and Infrastructure Management
Techniques
2
Project Planning and Management
2
25 Apr 2014 Self Development and Study Skills
3&4
Principles of Logistics Management
Transport Operations Management Techniques
3
25 Apr 2014
25 Apr 2014 Computer User Skills
1
30 Apr 2014
Applied Road Safety and Infrastructure Management
3
06 May 2014
Contemporary Issues
3
09 May 2014
Road Safety and Infrastructure Management
Techniques
3
23 May 2014 Information Competence
2
30 May 2014
Contemporary Issues
30 May 2014 Experiential Learning 1
Work Integrated Learning 1
07Jun 2014 Computer User Skills
4
2
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SEMESTER TWO
30 Jul 2014
Language in Practice
English in Practice
English for Academic Purposes
Professional Writing
Professional Communication
Language in Practice
English in Practice
English for Academic Purposes
Professional Writing
Professional Communication
Language in Practice
English in Practice
English for Academic Purposes
Professional Writing
Professional Communication
1
04 Aug 2014 Law of Evidence & Criminal Procedure
Practical Road Safety & Infrastructure
Management
Advanced Transport Economics
1
06 Aug 2014 Basic Science
Advanced Road Traffic & Transport
Legislation
Basic Business Statistics 1B
1
11 Aug 2014 Transport Economics & Procedure
Applied Intermodal Transport
Economics
1
11 Aug 2014 Introduction to Mathematics
1
11 Aug 2014
13 Aug 2014 Principles of Road Safety &
Infrastructure Management
Practical Transport Operations
Management
13 Aug 2014 Business Ethics & Leadership
15 Aug 2014
Applied Road Safety and Infrastructure Management
1
Business Logistics and Supply Chain Management
1
Applied Transport Operations Management
1
Operations Logistics Management
Contemporary Issues
1
Language in Practice
English in Practice
English for Academic Purposes
Language in Practice
English in Practice
English for Academic Purposes
Professional Writing
Professional Communication
Professional Writing
Professional Communication
15 Aug 2014 Self Development and Study Skills
27 Aug 2014 Language in Practice
English in Practice
English for Academic Purposes
Professional Writing
Professional Communication
1&2
01 Sept 2014
Basic Business Statistics 1B
2
Advanced Transport Economics
2
Contemporary Issues
2
03 Sept 2014 Basic Science
03 Sept 2014 Law of Evidence & Criminal Procedure
2
Practical Road Safety & Infrastructure
Management
05 Sept
2014
08 Sept 2014 Introduction to Mathematics
2
Advanced Road Traffic & Transport
Legislation
08 Sept
2014
2
Applied Transport Operations
Management
2
Applied Road Safety and Infrastructure Management
2
08Sept 2014
08Sept 2014 Self Development and Study Skills
10 Sept 2014 Transport Economics & Procedure
3&4
Applied Intermodal Transport
Economics
10 Sept 2014 Business Ethics & Leadership
2
Business Logistics and Supply Chain Management
2
15 Sept 2014 Principles of Road Safety &
Infrastructure Management
Practical Transport Operations
Management
2
17Sept 2014
Operations Logistics Management
2
26Sept 2014
Contemporary Issues
3
08 Oct 2014
Applied Road Safety and Infrastructure Management
3
Applied Transport Operations
Management
3
20 Oct 2014
Contemporary Issues
4
31 Oct 2014 Experiential Learning 2
Work Integrated Learning 2
10 Oct 2014
Operations Logistics Management
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TAKE NOTE
VACATION SCHOOLS ARE COMPULSORY FOR STUDENTS ENROLLED FOR:
•
Applied Road Safety and Infrastructure Management
•
Applied Transport Operations Management
•
Principles of Logistics Management
•
Operations Logistics Management
•
Transport Operations Management Techniques
•
Road Safety and Infrastructure Management Techniques
SELF DEVELOPMENT AND STUDY SKILLS STUDENTS – SDS010S:
•
Test 1 - To be written during the April 2014 Vacation School, date to be communicated to students.
•
Test 2 - Friday, 16 May 2014 @ 14:00-16:00, Main Campus Regional Centres
PRINCIPLES OF LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT (PLM611S) – Compulsory Test Dates:
•
Test 1 – To be written during the Apr 2014 Vacation School, date to be communicated to students
•
Test 2 – Friday, 09 May 2014 @ 14:00-16:00, Main Campus and Regional Centres
•
Test 3 – Friday, 30 May 2014 @ 14:00-16:00, Main Campus and Regional Centres
APPLIED ROAD SAFETY AND INFRASTRUCTURE MANAGEMENT (ARM712S) – Compulsory Test Dates:
•
Test 1 – To be written during the Apr 2014 Vacation School date to be communicated to students
•
Test 2 – Friday, 09 May 2014 @ 14:00-16:00, Main Campus and Regional Centres
•
Test 3 – Friday, 30 May 2014 @ 14:00-16:00, Main Campus and Regional Centres
TRANSPORT OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT TECHNIQUES (TOT711S) – Compulsory Test Dates:
•
Test 1 – To be written during the Apr 2014 Vacation School, date to be communicated to students
•
Test 2 – Friday, 09 May 2014 @ 14:00-16:00, Main Campus and Regional Centres
•
Test 3 – Friday, 30 May 2014 @ 14:00-16:00, Main Campus and Regional Centres
ROAD SAFETY AND INFRASTRUCTURE MANAGEMENT TECHNIQUES (RIT711S) – Compulsory Test Dates:
•
Test 1 – To be written during the Apr 2014 Vacation School, date to be communicated to students
•
Test 2 – Friday, 09 May 2014 @ 14:00-16:00, Main Campus and Regional Centres
•
Test 3 – Friday, 30 May 2014 @ 14:00-16:00, Main Campus and Regional Centres
COMPUTER USER SKILLS – CUS411S:
•
Computer User Skills will be written at the Main Campus and at the Regional Centres
•
Contact the Regional Coordinator for availability of the test
•
COMPULSORY TEST DATES:
o Test 1 – Monday, 10 February 2014
o Test 2 – Saturday, 08 March 2014
o Test 3 – Saturday, 26 April 2014
o Test 4 – Saturday, 10 May 2014
o Test 5 – Saturday, 07June 2014
•
o Supplementary Test – TO BE ANNOUNCED ON MOODLE PLATFORM
The due dates of assignments and test for Computer User Skills (CUS411S) in semester 2 of 2014 will be
announced via SMS’s, Notice Boards, Information Circular and in the First Tutorial Letter
INFORMATION COMPETENCE – ICT521S
•
The Information Competence Tests will be written at the Main Campus and at the Regional Centres
•
Contact the Regional Coordinator for availability of the test
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INFORMATION COMPETENCE (ICT521S) – COMPULSORY TEST DATES:
o Test 1 – Saturday, 10 -14 February 2014
o Test 2 – Saturday, 22 February 2014
o Test 3 – Saturday, 15 Mar 2014
o Test 4 – Saturday, 26 Apr 2014
o Test 5 – Saturday, 31 May 2014
•
o Supplementary Test – Monday, 02 Jun 2014
The due dates of assignments and test for Information Competence (ICT521S) in semester 2 of 2014 will be
announced via SMS’s, Notice Boards, Information Circular and in the First Tutorial Letter
OPERATIONAL LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT (OLM612S) – Compulsory Test Dates:
•
Test 1 – To be written during the Aug 2014 Vacation School, date to be communicated to students
•
Test 2 – Saturday, 27 Sep 2014 @ 09:00-11:00, Main Campus and Regional Centres
•
Test 3 – Saturday, 18 Oct 2014 @ 09:00-11:00, Main Campus and Regional Centres
APPLIED ROAD SAFETY AND INFRASTRUCTURE MANAGEMENT (ARM712S) – Compulsory Test Dates:
•
Test 1 – To be written during the Aug 2014 Vacation School, date to be communicated to students
•
Test 2 – Saturday, 27 Sep 2014 @ 09:00-11:00, Main Campus and Regional Centres
•
Test 3 – Saturday, 18 Oct 2014 @ 09:00-11:00, Main Campus and Regional Centres
APPLIED TRANSPORT OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT (ATO712S) – Compulsory Test Dates:
•
Test 1 – To be written during the Aug 2014 Vacation School, date to be communicated to students
•
Test 2 – Saturday, 27 Sep 2014 @ 09:00-11:00, Main Campus and Regional Centres
•
Test 3 – Saturday, 18 Oct 2014 @ 09:00-11:00, Main Campus and Regional Centres
CONTEMPORARY ISSUES (CIS610S) – COMPULSORY TEST DATES:
•
Semester 1:
o Test 1 – To be written during the Apr 2014 Vacation School, date to be communicated to students
•
o Test 2 – Saturday, 10 May 2014 @ 09:00-11:00, Main Campus and Regional Centres
Semester 2:
o Test 1 – To be written during the Aug 2014 Vacation School, date to be communicated to students
o Test 2 – Saturday, 04 Oct 2014 @ 09:00-11:00, Main Campus and Regional Centres
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ADDENDUM M: ASSIGNMENT SCHEDULE 2014
BACHELOR OF LOGISTICS AND SUPPLY MANAGEMENT – 07BLSM
DATE
FIRST YEAR
(Phased in 2013)
SECOND YEAR
(Phased in 2014)
ASS
NO
SEMESTER ONE
01 Mar 2014
Information Competence
03 Mar 2014
Language in Practice
English in Practice
English for Academic Purposes
Professional Writing
Professional Communication
05 Mar 2014
Business Accounting 1A
07 Mar 2014
1
Language in Practice
English in Practice
English for Academic Purposes
Professional Writing
Professional Communication
1
Management Information Systems
(Not offered in S1-2014)
07 Mar 2014
10 Mar 2014
Introduction to Business Management
10 Mar 2014
Basic Science
1
1
Principles of Logistics Management
1
Business Operations Management
1
1
12 Mar 2014
Basic Business Statistics 1A
1
12 Mar 2014
Principles of Transport Economics
1
17 Mar 2014
Introduction to Marketing and its Environment
1
19 Mar 2014
Basic Mathematics
1
02 Apr 2014
Business Accounting 1A
04 Apr 2014
07 Apr 2014
Language in Practice
English in Practice
English for Academic Purposes
Professional Writing
Professional Communication
09 Apr 2014
2
Management Information Systems
(Not offered in S1-2014
2
Language in Practice
English in Practice
English for Academic Purposes
Professional Writing
Professional Communication
2
Principles of Logistics Management
2
09 Apr 2014
Basic Science
Basic Business Statistics 1A
2
14 Apr 2014
Introduction to Marketing and its Environment
Principles of Transport Economics
2
16 Apr 2014
Basic Mathematics
16 Apr 2014
Introduction to Business Management
25 Apr 2014
2
Business Operations Management
2
Principles of Logistics Management
3
25 Apr 2014
Computer User Skills
1
23 May 2014
Information Competence
2
07Jun 2014
Computer User Skills
2
SEMESTER TWO
30 Jul 2014
Language in Practice
English in Practice
English for Academic Purposes
Professional Writing
Professional Communication
Language in Practice
English in Practice
English for Academic Purposes
Professional Writing
Professional Communication
1
04 Aug 2014
Introduction to Supply Chain Management
Management Information Systems
1
04 Aug 2014
Basic Mathematics
Enterprise Systems Applications
1
06 Aug 2014
Basic Science
Basic Business Statistics 1B
1
11 Aug 2014
Marketing Principles
Transport Economics & Procedures
1
13 Aug 2014
Business Ethics and Leadership
Business Finance
1
15 Aug 2014
Operations Logistics Management
1
18 Aug 2014
Data Analysis and Reporting
1
Language in Practice
English in Practice
English for Academic Purposes
Professional Writing
Professional Communication
2
27 Aug 2014
Language in Practice
English in Practice
English for Academic Purposes
Professional Writing
Professional Communication
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01 Sept 2014
03 Sept 2014
Introduction to Supply Chain Management
Basic Business Statistics 1B
2
Management Information Systems
2
03 Sept 2014
Basic Science
2
03 Sept 2014
Basic Mathematics
2
05 Sept 2014
08 Sept 2014
Data Analysis and Reporting
Marketing Principles
2
2
08 Sept 2014
Enterprise Systems Applications
2
10 Sept 2014
Business Finance
2
Transport Economics & Procedures
2
Operations Logistics Management
2
10 Sept 2014
Business Ethics and Leadership
17 Sept 2014
26 Sept 2014
Introduction to Supply Chain Management
10 Oct 2014
Data Analysis and Reporting
3
Operations Logistics Management
3
TAKE NOTE
VACATION SCHOOLS ARE COMPULSORY FOR STUDENTS ENROLLED FOR:
•
Introduction to Supply Chain Management
•
Principles of Logistics Management
•
Management Information Systems
•
Transport Economics & Procedures
•
Operations Logistics Management
•
Data Analysis and Reporting
PRINCIPLES OF LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT (PLM611S) – Compulsory Test Dates:
•
Test 1 – To be written during the Apr 2014 Vacation School, date to be communicated to students.
•
Test 2 – Friday, 09 May 2014 @ 14:00-16:00, Main Campus and Regional Centres
•
Test 3 – Friday, 30 May 2014 @ 14:00-16:00, Main Campus and Regional Centres
MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS (MNS110S) – Compulsory Test Dates:
•
Will not be offered in Semester 1
•
The test dates for Students registering for Management Information Systems in semester 2 of 2014 will be
announced via SMS’s, Notice Boards, Information Circular and in the First Tutorial Letter
COMPUTER USER SKILLS – CUS411S:
•
Computer User Skills will be written at the Main Campus and at the Regional Centres
•
Contact the Regional Coordinator for availability of the test
•
COMPULSORY TEST DATES:
o Test 1 – Monday, 10 February 2014
o Test 2 – Saturday, 08 March 2014
o Test 3 – Saturday, 26 April 2014
o Test 4 – Saturday, 10 May 2014
o Test 5 – Saturday, 07June 2014
•
o Supplementary Test – TO BE ANNOUNCED ON MOODLE PLATFORM
The due dates of assignments and test for Computer User Skills (CUS411S) in semester 2 of 2014 will be
announced via SMS’s, Notice Boards, Information Circular and in the First Tutorial Letter
DATA ANALYSIS AND REPORTING (DAR612S) – Compulsory Test Dates:
•
Test 1 – To be written during the Aug 2014 Vacation School, date to be communicated to students
•
Test 2 – Friday, 25 Sept 2014 @ 09:00-11:00, Main Campus and Regional Centres
•
Test 3 – Friday, 23 Oct 2014 @ 09:00-11:00, Main Campus and Regional Centres
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INFORMATION COMPETENCE – ICT521S
•
The Information Competence Tests will be written at the Main Campus and at the Regional Centres
•
Contact the Regional Coordinator for availability of the test
•
INFORMATION COMPETENCE (ICT521S) – COMPULSORY TEST DATES:
o Test 1 – Saturday, 10 -14 February 2014
o Test 2 – Saturday, 22 February 2014
o Test 3 – Saturday, 15 Mar 2014
o Test 4 – Saturday, 26 Apr 2014
o Test 5 – Saturday, 31 May 2014
•
o Supplementary Test – Monday, 02 Jun 2014
The due dates of assignments and test for Information Competence (ICT521S) in semester 2 of 2014 will be
announced via SMS’s, Notice Boards, Information Circular and in the First Tutorial Letter
OPERATIONAL LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT (OLM612S) – Compulsory Test Dates:
•
Test 1 – To be written during the Aug 2014 Vacation School, date to be communicated to students
•
Test 2 – Saturday, 27Sept 2014 @ 09:00-11:00, Main Campus and Regional Centres
•
Test 3 – Saturday, 18 Oct 2014 @ 09:00-11:00, Main Campus and Regional Centres
INTRODUCTION TO SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT (ISM511S) – Compulsory Test Dates:
•
Test 1 – To be written during the Aug 2014 Vacation School, date to be communicated to students
•
Test 2 – Saturday, 27 Sept 2014 @ 09:00-11:00, Main Campus and Regional Centres
•
Test 3 – Saturday, 18 Oct 2014 @ 09:00-11:00, Main Campus and Regional Centres
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ADDENDUM N: ASSIGNMENT SCHEDULE 2014
CERTIFICATE IN VOCATIONAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING: TRAINER – 04CVET
DATE
FIRST YEAR
ASS
NO
SEMESTER ONE
28 Feb 2014
Education Theory and Practice A
1
01 Mar 2014
Education Theory and Practice B
1
03 Mar 2014
Language in Practice
English in Practice
English for Academic Purposes
Professional Writing
Professional Communication
1
03 Mar 2014
Competency-Based Assessment B
1
07 Mar 2014
Professional Development and Practice A
1
10 Mar 2014
Basic Science
1
12 Mar 2014
Instructional and Learning Strategies B
1
19 Mar 2014
Basic Mathematics
1
21 Mar 2014
Competency-Based Assessment A
1
21 Mar 2014
Education Theory and Practice A
2
27 Mar 2014
Professional Development and Practice A
2
31 Mar 2014
Competency-Based Assessment B
2
02 Apr 2014
Education Theory and Practice B
2
04 Apr 2014
Instructional and Learning Strategies A
1
07 Apr 2014
Language in Practice
English in Practice
English for Academic Purposes
Professional Writing
Professional Communication
2
09 Apr 2014
Basic Science
2
11 Apr 2014
Competency-Based Assessment A
2
14 Apr 2014
Instructional and Learning Strategies B
2
16 Apr 2014
Basic Mathematics
2
21 Apr 2014
Education Theory and Practice A
3
21 Apr 2014
Competency-Based Assessment B
3
25 Apr 2014
Professional Development and Practice A
3
25 Apr 2014
Computer User Skills
1
25 Apr 2014
Instructional and Learning Strategies A
2
25 Apr 2014
Competency-Based Assessment A
3
30 Apr 2014
Competency-Based Assessment B
4
30 Apr 2014
Education Theory and Practice B
3
07 May 2014
Professional Development and Practice A
4
09 May 2014
Instructional and Learning Strategies B
3
14 May 2014
Education Theory and Practice B
4
16 May 2014
Instructional and Learning Strategies A
3
16 May 2014
Education Theory and Practice A
4
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23 May 2014
Instructional and Learning Strategies B
4
23 May 2014
Competency-Based Assessment A
4
30 May 2014
Instructional and Learning Strategies A
4
07Jun 2014
Computer User Skills
2
SEMESTER TWO
18 Jul 2014
Instructional and Learning Strategies B
1
21 Jul 2014
Competency-Based Assessment B
1
25 Jul 2014
Professional Development and Practice B
1
30 Jul 2014
Language in Practice
English in Practice
English for Academic Purposes
Professional Writing
Professional Communication
1
30 Jul 2014
Introduction to VET
1
01 Aug 2014
ICT Application Skills
1
04 Aug 2014
Basic Mathematics
1
06 Aug 2014
Basic Science
1
08 Aug 2014
Education Theory and Practice B
1
08 Aug 2014
Occupational Health and Safety
1
11 Aug 2014
Competency-Based Assessment B
2
15 Aug 2014
Introduction to VET
2
27 Aug 2014
Language in Practice
English in Practice
English for Academic Purposes
Professional Writing
Professional Communication
2
29 Aug 2014
Education Theory and Practice B
2
01 Sept 2014
ICT Application Skills
2
03 Sept 2014
Basic Science
2
03Sept 2014
Basic Mathematics
2
04Sept 2014
Professional Development and Practice B
2
05Sept 2014
Occupational Health and Safety
2
11Sept 2014
Competency-Based Assessment B
3
15Sept 2014
Education Theory and Practice B
3
18 Sept 2014
Instructional and Learning Strategies B
2
19 Sept 2014
Occupational Health and Safety
3
22 Sept 2014
Instructional and Learning Strategies B
3
23 Sept 2014
ICT Application Skills
3
25 Sept 2014
Introduction to VET
3
26 Sept 2014
Professional Development and Practice B
3
29 Sept 2014
Competency-Based Assessment B
4
03 Oct 2014
Education Theory and Practice B
4
06 Oct 2014
Occupational Health and Safety
4
10 Oct 2014
Instructional and Learning Strategies B
4
15 Oct 2014
ICT Application Skills
4
17 Oct 2014
Introduction to VET
4
20 Oct 2014
Professional Development and Practice B
4
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TAKE NOTE
VACATION SCHOOLS ARE COMPULSORY FOR STUDENT’S ENROLLED FOR:
•
Certificate in Vocational Education and Training: Trainer
•
students will write compulsory tests which will contribute towards their final mark
•
The test dates for the 04CVET programme will be announced via SMS’s, Notice Boards and in the First
Tutorial Letter
COMPUTER USER SKILLS – CsUS411S:
•
Computer User Skills will be written at the Main Campus and at the Regional Centres
•
Contact the Regional Coordinator for availability of the test
•
COMPULSORY TEST DATES:
o Test 1 – Monday, 10 February 2014
o Test 2 – Saturday, 08 March 2014
o Test 3 – Saturday, 26 April 2014
o Test 4 – Saturday, 10 May 2014
o Test 5 – Saturday, 07June 2014
•
o Supplementary Test – TO BE ANNOUNCED ON MOODLE PLATFORM
The due dates of assignments and test for Computer User Skills (CUS411S) in semester 2 of 2014 will be
announced via SMS’s, Notice Boards, Information Circular and in the First Tutorial Letter
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ADDENDUM O: ASSIGNMENT SCHEDULE 2014
HIGHER CERTIFICATE IN VOCATIONAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING: TRAINER – 05HCVET
DATE
28 Feb 2014
01 Mar 2014
03 Mar 2014
03 Mar 2014
07 Mar 2014
12 Mar 2014
21 Mar 2014
31 Mar 2014
02 Apr 2014
04 Apr 2014
07 Apr 2014
21 Apr 2014
21 Apr 2014
25 Apr 2014
30 Apr 2014
09 May 2014
14 May 2014
14 May 2014
16 May 2014
23 May 2014
18 Jul 2014
25 Jul 2014
30 Jul 2014
30 Jul 2014
01 Aug 2014
08 Aug 2014
08 Aug 2014
13 Aug 2014
20 Aug 2014
22 Aug 2014
27 Aug 2014
29 Aug 2014
29 Aug 2014
04 Sept 2014
15 Sept 2014
15 Sept 2014
17 Sept 2014
19 Sept 2014
26 Sept 2014
03 Oct 2014
06 Oct 2014
08 Oct 2014
09 Oct 2014
Education Theory and Practice A
Information Competence
Language in Practice
English in Practice
English for Academic Purposes
Professional Writing
Professional Communication
Assessment in Vet A
Training in VET
ICT for Educators A
Education Theory and Practice A
Assessment in Vet A
ICT for Educators A
Training in VET
Language in Practice
English in Practice
English for Academic Purposes
Professional Writing
Professional Communication
Education Theory and Practice A
Assessment in Vet A
Training in VET
ICT for Educators A
Assessment in Vet A
ICT for Educators A
Training in VET
Education Theory and Practice A
Information Competence
SECOND YEAR
(Phased in 2014)
SEMESTER ONE
Research Principles in VET
Research Principles in VET
Language in Practice
English in Practice
English for Academic Purposes
Professional Writing
Professional Communication
ICT for Educators B
Language and Communication Strategies
Education Theory and Practice B
Assessment in VET B
Research Principles in VET
ICT for Educators B
Language and Communication Strategies
Language in Practice
English in Practice
English for Academic Purposes
Professional Writing
Professional Communication
Education Theory and Practice B
Assessment in VET B
Research Principles in VET
Education Theory and Practice B
Language and Communication Strategies
ICT for Educators B
Assessment in VET B
Research Principles in VET
Education Theory and Practice B
Language and Communication Strategies
ICT for Educators B
Assessment in VET B
ASS
NO
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
1
2
SEMESTER TWO
3
3
3
3
4
4
4
4
2
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
3
2
2
2
2
2
4
3
3
3
3
5
4
4
4
4
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TAKE NOTE
VACATION SCHOOLS ARE COMPULSORY FOR STUDENT’S ENROLLED FOR:
•
Higher Certificate in Vocational Education and Training: Trainer
•
Students will write compulsory tests which will contribute towards their final mark
•
The test dates for the 05HCVET programme will be announced via SMS’s, Notice Boards and in the First
Tutorial Letter
INFORMATION COMPETENCE – ICT521S
•
The Information Competence Tests will be written at the Main Campus and at the Regional Centres
•
Contact the Regional Coordinator for availability of the test
•
INFORMATION COMPETENCE (ICT521S) – COMPULSORY TEST DATES:
o Test 1 – Saturday, 10 -14 February 2014
o Test 2 – Saturday, 22 February 2014
o Test 3 – Saturday, 15 Mar 2014
o Test 4 – Saturday, 26 Apr 2014
o Test 5 – Saturday, 31 May 2014
•
o Supplementary Test – Monday, 02 Jun 2014
The due dates of assignments and test for Information Competence (ICT521S) in semester 2 of 2014 will be
announced via SMS’s, Notice Boards, Information Circular and in the First Tutorial Letter
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ADDENDUM P: ASSIGNMENT SCHEDULE 2014
CERTIFICATE IN NAMIBIAN ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION – 2 7NEEC
DATE
COURSE
ASS NO
06 May 2014
10 Jul 2014
14 Oct 2014
Module 1
Module 2
Module 3 and Portfolio
1
2
3
TAKE NOTE
VACATION SCHOOLS ARE COMPULSORY FOR STUDENT’S ENROLLED FOR:
•
All the above courses
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ADDENDUM Q: ASSIGNMENT SCHEDULE 2014
BACHELOR OF ENGLISH HONOURS – 25BHEN
DATE
FIRST YEAR
ASS NO
SEMESTER ONE
03 Mar 2014
10 Mar 2014
12 Mar 2014
17 Mar 2014
Pragmatics
Language Policy & Planning
Literary Theory
Oral Literature in Namibia
1
1
1
1
28 Mar 2014
Research Methods
(Assignment 1)
(Assignment 2)
Pragmatics
Language Policy & Planning
Literary Theory
Oral Literature in Namibia
1
&
2
2
2
2
2
25 Apr 2014
Research Methods
(Assignment 3)
(Assignment 4)
3
&
4
02 May 2014
Research Methods (Draft proposal)
6 (a)
30 May 2014
Research Methods (Final Proposal)
6 (b)
31 May 2014
Dissertation
04 Aug 2014
06 Aug 2014
11 Aug 2014
13 Aug 2014
03 Sept 2014
08 Sept 2014
10 Sept 2014
15 Sept 2014
Sociolinguistics
Stylistics
A Period in Literature
Children’s Literature
Sociolinguistics
Stylistics
A Period in Literature
Children’s Literature
31 Oct 2014
Dissertation
07 Apr 2014
09 Apr 2014
14 Apr 2014
16 Apr 2014
SEMESTER TWO
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
TAKE NOTE
VACATION SCHOOLS ARE COMPULSORY FOR STUDENT’S ENROLLED FOR:
•
All the above courses
RESEARCH METHODS (RMT411S) – ASSIGNMENT 5
•
Students will defend their Research Proposals at the Polytechnic of Namibia
•
date and time to be announced to students – refer to Road Map in the First tutorial Letter
•
Each candidate will be given 15 minutes to do so
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ADDENDUM R: ASSIGNMENT SCHEDULE 2014
BACHELOR OF MARKETING HONOURS – 08HMAR
DATE
FIRST YEAR
(Phased in 2014)
ASS
NO
05 Mar 2014
12 Mar 2014
17 Mar 2014
•
•
•
SEMESTER ONE
International Marketing Management
Strategic Marketing Management: Analysis, Planning & Decision Management
Product Innovation & Project Management
1
1
1
28 Mar 2014
•
•
•
•
•
•
Research Methodology
(Assignment 1)
(Assignment 2)
International Marketing Management
Strategic Marketing Management: Analysis, Planning & Decision Management
Product Innovation & Project Management
1
&
2
2
2
2
25 Apr 2014
•
•
•
Research Methodology
(Assignment 3)
(Assignment 4)
3
&
4
30 May 2014
•
Research Methodology (final proposal)
07 Apr 2014
09 Apr 2014
14 Apr 2014
5
SEMESTER TWO
04 Aug 2014
06 Aug 2014
13 Aug 2014
20 Aug 2014
01 Sept 2014
03 Sept 2014
17 Sept 2014
22 Sept 2014
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Value and Supply Chain Management
Specialised & Cause Related Marketing
Customer Care & Relationship Marketing
Intercultural Communications and Negotiations Management
Value and Supply Chain Management
Specialised & Cause Related Marketing
Customer Care & Relationship Marketing
Intercultural Communications and Negotiations Management
31 Oct 2014
•
Mini- Thesis
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
TAKE NOTE
VACATION SCHOOLS ARE COMPULSORY FOR STUDENTS ENROLLED FOR:
• International Marketing Management
• Strategic Marketing Management: Analysis, Planning & Decision Management
• Product Innovation & Project Management
• Value and Supply Chain Management
• Specialised & Cause Related Marketing
• Customer Care & Relationship Marketing
• Intercultural Communications and Negotiations Management
ALL COURSES FOR THE BACHELOR OF MARKETING HONOURS:
• Compulsory Tests to be written during vacation schools, dates to be communicated to students
• Tests counts 40% towards the semester mark
RESEARCH METHODOLOGY – RMA811S
• The test counts 30% towards the final mark
• (ASSESSMENT NO. 6) – COMPULSORY TEST DATES:
o Semester 1 - Saturday 17 May 2014, 09:00 – 12:00 at Main Campus and Regional Centres
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ADDENDUM S: ASSIGNMENT SCHEDULE 2014
BACHELOR OF HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT HONOURS – 08HRMH
DATE
FIRST YEAR
ASS
NO
SEMESTER ONE
Advanced Industrial Relations
Advanced Management of Training
Project Management
Strategic Human Resources Management
Management Leadership
1
1
1
1
1
Research Methodology
(Assignment 1 )
(Assignment 2)
Advanced Industrial Relations
Advanced Management of Training
Project Management
Strategic Human Resources Management
Management Leadership
1
&
2
2
2
2
2
2
25 Apr 2014
Research Methodology
(Assignment 3 )
(Assignment 4)
3
&
4
30 May 2014
Research Methodology (final proposal – Ass 5)
5
03 Mar 2014
10 Mar 2014
12 Mar 2014
17 Mar 2014
19 Mar 2014
28 Mar 2014
07 Apr 2014
09 Apr 2014
14 Apr 2014
14 Apr 2014
16 Apr 2014
SEMESTER TWO
30 Jul 2014
04 Aug 2014
06 Aug 2014
11 Aug 2014
01 Sept 2014
03 Sept 2014
08 Sept 2014
10 Sept 2014
Training and Development Strategies and Perspectives
Advanced Organisational Development and Change
Career Management and Development
Compensation Management
Training and Development Strategies and Perspectives
Advanced Organisational Development and Change
Career Management and Development
Compensation Management
31 Oct 2014
Mini Thesis
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
TAKE NOTE
VACATION SCHOOLS ARE COMPULSORY FOR STUDENTS ENROLLED FOR:
• Advanced Industrial Relations
• Advanced Management of Training
• Advanced Organisational Development & Change,
• Compensation Management
• Strategic Human Resources Management
• Management Leadership,
• Career Management and Development
• Training and Development Strategies and Perspectives
ALL COURSES FOR THE BACHELOR OF HUMAN RESOURCES MANGEMENT HONOURS:
• Compulsory Tests to be written during vacation schools, dates to be communicated to students
• Tests counts 40% towards the semester mark
RESEARCH METHODOLOGY – RMA411S
• The test counts 30% towards the final mark
• (ASSESSMENT NO. 6) – COMPULSORY TEST DATES:
o Semester 1 - Saturday 17 May 2014, 09:00 – 12:00 at Main Campus and Regional Centres
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ADDENDUM T: ASSIGNMENT SCHEDULE 2014
eLEARNING COURSES
ACCOUNTING INFORMATION SYSTEMS 4
COURSE
Assignment 1
Assignment 2
Weekly Online Tasks
INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS
NO
1
2
See tutorial letter
COURSE
Assignment 1
Assignment 2
Weekly Online Tasks
INFORMATION ADMINISTRATION 4A & 4B
ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE MANAGEMENT 4A & 4B
COURSE
Assignment 1
Assignment 2
Weekly Online Tasks
COURSE
Assignment 1
Assignment 2
Weekly Online Tasks
NO
1
2
See tutorial letter
COURSE
Assignment 1
Assignment 2
Weekly Online Tasks
NO
1
2
See tutorial letter
NO
1
2
See tutorial letter
TAXATION 3A & 3B
FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING 202
COURSE
Assignment 1
Assignment 2
Weekly Online Tasks
NO
1
2
See tutorial letter
INTRODUCTION TO MATHEMATICS
BUSINESS OPERATIONS
COURSE
Assignment 1
Assignment 2
Weekly Online Tasks
NO
1
2
See tutorial letter
COURSE
Assignment 1
Assignment 2
Weekly Online Tasks
NO
1
2
See tutorial letter
NO
1
2
See tutorial letter
NB:
Due dates for assignments and online tasks for courses offered through eLearning are available on the
course calendar on MOODLE (your online Learning Management System.)
NB:
Students registered for eLearning courses must attend a compulsory orientation session after
registration.
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