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UNISA Bachelor of Arts in Forensic Science and Technology Course

UNISA Bachelor of Arts in Forensic Science and Technology Course

Undergraduate & Honours Qualifications: Bachelor of Arts in Forensic Science and Technology

Qualification Code: 90002

NQF Level: 7

Total Credits: 360

SAQA ID: 91932

APS/AS: 20

Program Rules:

Technology Requirements: Access to a computer, printer, and internet.

Stream Consistency: Students must follow the same stream from level one to level three.

Module Credits: Credits for phased-out modules will be retained. Replacements are not required if phased-out modules were passed specifically for this qualification.

Module Exemptions: Specific exemptions apply for modules like CRW1501, CMP3701, EVI3701, and EVI3702.

Purpose of the Qualification:

The qualification enhances investigative knowledge and skills for forensic investigators.

It targets individuals working in forensic investigation up to middle management and those aspiring to enter this field.

Key focus areas include forensic methods, investigation techniques, litigation processes, scene of incident handling, information gathering, and forensic crime intelligence.

This qualification prepares students for career advancement and further studies in Forensic Investigation.

Mode of Delivery:

Offered through both online and distance learning modes.

Registration Information:

New and Current Unisa Students: Registration contingent on receiving and accepting a placement offer from Unisa.

Re-registering Students: Can register for the 2023 academic year once the registration period opens.

Module Selection and Time Management:

Completion of a specific number of NQF level credits within the designated time frame is required for graduation.

Co-requisite and pre-requisite modules must be adhered to.

A maximum of 60 credits per semester or 120 credits per academic year is allowed, excluding certain exceptions.

Recommended study time is 6-8 hours per week for semester modules and 4-6 hours per week for year modules.

Curriculum Overview:

  • The curriculum includes compulsory modules and electives across three streams: Law, Management, and Criminology.
  • First level focuses on foundational modules, while second and third levels delve deeper into specialized forensic topics and stream-specific courses.

For a detailed breakdown of modules and further information, please refer to [Unisa’s official curriculum page for Bachelor of Arts in Forensic Science and Technology].

(Note: The curriculum and module details should be directly linked to Unisa’s official page for the most accurate and updated information.)

UNISA Online Application Guide:

Accessing the Application Portal: Visit our dedicated online application portal at UNISA Application Portal to access the official application forms for the 2024-2025 academic year.

Key Dates: Stay informed about crucial deadlines by visiting our Unisa Online Application Date 2024-2025 page.

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We look forward to welcoming new students to our vibrant academic community at UNISA!

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