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TUT Masters Degree in Master of Computing- MSCO01 – NQF level 9

TUT Masters Degree in Master of Computing- MSCO01 – NQF level 9


Qualification code: MSCO01 – NQF level 9 (180 credits)

SAQA ID: 96920, CHE NUMBER: H16/10793/HEQSF

Campus where offered:

Soshanguve South Campus


a.Admission requirement(s):

A Baccalaureus Technologiae or an Honours degree or a Postgraduate Diploma in the field of Information Technology, Computer Science, Computer Systems Engineering, Informatics and Multimedia or a closely related field in Computing.

Candidates should have achieved an average of 60% in the previous qualification, if not, special permission must be obtained from the Department. All Baccalaureus Technologiae candidates who have not completed Advanced Research Methodology, Advanced Research Project and Development Trends in Computing, (or their equivalents) at NQF Level 8, will be required to complete these subjects concurrently with this qualification.

Holders of any other equivalent South African or international qualification in the field of

Information Technology, Computer Science Computer Systems Engineering, Informatics and Multimedia, or a closely related field in Computing may also be considered, but will have to apply about six months in advance for the recognition of such qualifications. Candidates will be required to submit an equivalent of their qualifications by the South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA). The Faculty reserves the right to assess these qualifications and the applicant’s suitability/competence for admission to the programme. Proof of English proficiency may be required.

b.Selection criteria:

Admission to this programme is only granted after a successful interview with the Department.


A minimum of one year and a maximum of three years.

d.Intake for the qualification:January only.


Research. The topic should be chosen in consultation with the Department.

f.Rules on postgraduate studies:

See Chapter 8 of the Students’ Rules and Regulations for more information.

g.Module credits:

Module credits are shown in brackets after each module.


The modules offered within the Master of Computing differ between departments. Please refer to the Faculty Prospectus to see which of the other departments within the Faculty offers this programme.

The following module is offered by this Department:






Dissertation: Informatics




Dissertation: Informatics






Prospectus 2019- Faculty of Information and Communication Technology



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