2nd Semester Courses (no 1st semester required):
- Art History and Visual Culture 102: Art History & Visual Culture 102 engages with the colonial realities of Western Art History and the politics of representation while developing critical skills in the visual analysis of arts and visual culture.
- Classics 102: This course examines the daily life and great events of the Classical period at Athens, Alexander the Great and his campaigns, the war with Hannibal and the Rise and Fall of Rome as a world power, daily life and art at Pompeii, Gladiators and Spectacles of Death in the Early Empire and the rise of Christianity and Islam.
- History 102: Africa and the making of the Modern World 2: From Colonisation to Independence
- Iintetho Zobomi 102: IiNtetho zoBomi 102 focuses more specifically on social questions by exploring the constitutive role that others play in constituting our personhood, identity and subjectivity. Lectures, tutorials and service learning make up this semester course.
- Music, Culture & History: Music Health & the Brain: Music, Health and the Brain is an interdisciplinary study of some elements of human engagement with music, focusing on musical cognition, emotion, identity and music’s therapeutic potential.
- Music Culture & History: Ethnomusicology 102: An introduction to the study of music’s function in various societies.
- Philosophy 102: The course introduces students to philosophical ideas, issues and methods not dealt with in PHI 101, with the focus typically being on issues in Ethics.
- Politics 102: Introduces students to the basic components of Politics
- Psychology 102: This is the second semester course, in which the following three modules are usually taught: Personality Psychology; Social Psychology; and Organizational Psychology.
- Comp Sci 112 (for students who want to major in information systems): CSC 112 is the first course for students who intend to continue to Information Systems 2, and is offered in the second semester. The course introduces students to a modern computing environment, and teaches skills that enable the application of computers to typical business problems.
- Geography 102: (if no Earth Science 101, student must have Grade 12 Geography on Level 4 or above): Exploring Global Human Geographies. This course examines key concepts and understanding within Human Geography that serve as an introduction to the sub-discipline.
- Economics 102: Macroeconomics: National income accounts; index numbers; determination of national output, income and employment; money and banking; quantity theory of money; money, prices and output; unemployment; inflation; introduction to international economics.
- Stats 1C2 (must have Grade 12 Straight maths on Level 4 or above) - not permitted if STA1S1 was completed): Collection and tabulation of statistical data; graphs and diagrams; frequency distributions; measures of central tendency and dispersion; shapes and parameters of classical distributions (normal, binomial, Poisson); simple classical probability theory; conditional probability; analysis of time series; index numbers; correlation and simple linear regression; sampling distributions; point and interval estimation; hypothesis testing.
PG FORMS FOR CHANGES THAT NEED TO BE RECORDED AT FACULTY BOARD MEETINGS:
PG Change in Degree Title form
PG Change in Registration form
PG Change in Supervisors form
PG Change in Thesis Title form
PG New Appointment of Supervisor form
PG Suspension of Registration form
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