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HU. 17 CURRICULUM FOR BA (FILM AND TELEVISION STUDIES)


Programme code: B7009Q

SAQA ID: 80339

HEQF level: 7

Credits: 420

Purpose: The aim of this qualification is to develop students’ applied competence in Film and Television Studies. Applied competence implies the acquisition, analysis, interpretation and application of communication principles related to Film and Television Studies within relevant sectors of the electronic media and the broadcasting industry. Furthermore, students will develop the ability to internalise, reflect on, and communicate strategic decisions and applications effectively through the correct and suitable use of scientific language and technical terminology associated with Film and Television Studies. The qualification will facilitate effective learning through the exposure to and the application of appropriate learning styles, thereby enabling the student to navigate and holistically manage the dynamic context of Film and Television Studies.

The curriculum for the BA (Film and Television Studies) programme consists of 24 semester modules compiled as follows:



First Year

Second Year

Third Year

Semester modules

Theory of Film and Television Studies

1A&1B


Theory of Film and Television Studies

2A&2B


Theory of Film and Television Studies

3A&3B


6

Applied Film and Television Studies

1A&1B


Applied Film and Television Studies

2A&2B


Applied Film and Television Studies

3A&3B


6

Third major 1A&1B

Third major 2A&2B

Third major 3A&3B

6

*Communication

1A&1B


*Communication 2A&2B or

Elective 2A&2B if Communication is selected as a major






4

**English 1C&1D








2

10 semester modules

8 semester modules

6 semester modules

24



  • Majors: A language (Afrikaans, English, French, isiZulu and Sepedi), Communication, Psychology and Sociology.




  • Alternative majors: A language (Greek, Latin (not offered in 2018) and Modern Greek), Anthropology and Classical Cultures and Mythologies. (These subjects are available to students to choose from, on condition that there are no time table clashes).




  • Electives: A language (Afrikaans, English, French, isiZulu and Sepedi), Communication as compulsory two-year minor.*, Psychology and Sociology.




  • Alternative electives: A language (Greek, Latin (not offered in 2018) and Modern Greek), Anthropology, Classical Cultures and Mythologies. Development Studies, Historical Studies and Philosophy. (These subjects are available to students to choose from, on condition that there are no time table clashes).

* Communication (CMS) is compulsory up to second-year level for all students. If CMS is

chosen as a major, an additional four modules from the list of elective minors must be

included as a minor elective up to second-year level.  If a major other than CMS is selected

from the elective majors, CMS is a compulsory minor up to second-year level.

 

** Students who have achieved an A or B for English in matric may substitute English 1C &



1D with another elective. Students who select English as a major should register for English

1A&1B and may substitute English 1C&1D with another elective. Student who passes

English 1C&1D may be permitted to register for English 2A&2B at the discretion of the

Head of Department of English.


Equipment: Film and Television Studies students are required to purchase digital video tapes on which they will shoot their projects. Students may be required to have access to/supply their own equipment to complete their practical assignments.

Students are not allowed to register for this degree for the first time in the second semester.


HU. 18 CURRICULUM FOR BA (JOURNALISM)


Programme code: B7010Q

SAQA ID: 80347

HEQF level: 7

Credits: 420

Purpose: The aim of the qualification is to develop students’ applied competence in Journalism. Applied competence implies the acquisition, analysis, interpretation and application of communication principles related to the context of Journalism within relevant sectors of the electronic and print media and the broadcasting industry. Furthermore, students will develop the ability to internalise, reflect on and communicate strategic decisions and applications effectively through the correct and suitable use of scientific language and technical terminology associated with Journalism. The qualification will facilitate effective learning through the exposure to and application of appropriate learning styles, thereby enabling them to navigate and holistically manage the dynamic context of Journalism.

Students are not allowed to register for the first time in the second semester for this degree.

The curriculum for the BA (Journalism) programme consists of 24 semester modules compiled as follows:


First Year

Second Year

Third Year

Semester modules

Journalism

1A&1B


Journalism

2A&2B


Journalism

3A&3B

6


Applied Journalism

1A&1B


Applied Journalism

2A&2B


Applied Journalism

3A&3B


6

Third major 1A&1B

Third major 2A&2B

Third major 3A&3B

6


*Communication

1A&1B or

Elective 1A & 1B if Communication is selected as a major


*Communication 2A&2B or

Elective 2A&2B if Communication is selected as a major






4

**English 1C&1D or elective 1A&1B







2

10 semester modules

8 semester modules

6 semester modules

24



  • Majors: A language (Afrikaans and English), *Communication, Economics, Politics and Sociology.



  • Alternative Majors: A language (French, Greek, isiZulu, Latin (not offered in 2018), Modern Greek and Sepedi), Linguistics, Theory of Film and Television Studies and Historical Studies. (These subjects are available to students to choose from, on condition that there are no time table clashes.)



  • Electives: A language (Afrikaans and English), *Communication (two year compulsory elective), Economics, Historical Studies, Politics and Sociology.

  • Alternative electives: A language (French, isiZulu and Sepedi), Linguistics, Theory of Film and Television and Philosophy. (These subjects are available to students to choose from, on condition that there are no time table clashes.)

* Communication (CMS) is compulsory up to second year level for all students. If CMS is

chosen as a major, an additional four modules from the list of elective minors must be

included as a minor elective up to second year level.  If a major other than CMS is

selected from the elective majors, CMS is a compulsory minor up to second year level.  


** Students who have achieved an A or B for English in matric may substitute English 1C &1D

with another elective. Students who select English as a major should register for English

1A&1B and may substitute English 1C&1D with another elective. Student who passes

English 1C&1D may be permitted to register for English 2A&2B at the discretion of the Head

of Department of English.



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