Check Online Application Status 2024-2025How to Apply Online 2024-2025Check Admission Requirements 2024-2025
Tvet Colleges Online Application Form

Bursaries Closing in April 2024

Application Forms 2024-2025
MBA South Africa
Study MBA in South Africa
 

UNISA Diploma in Animal Health Animal Health Course Module and Curriculum

UNISA Diploma in Animal Health Animal Health Course Module and Curriculum

Diploma: Animal Health Details

  • Stream: Animal Health
  • Code: 98026 – AHE
  • NQF Level: 6
  • Total Credits: 360

Registration and Approval: The Diploma in Animal Health is recognized by the SAVC. It’s imperative for students to register with the South African Veterinary Council (SAVC) upon their first registration for ANH3604/ANH3605 and maintain this throughout the course. The necessary form is accessible at the SAVC website (http://www.savc.org.za). After completing it, students must get it stamped at any UNISA center. For finalizing the registration, liaise with SAVC at 012 345-6347 / 6360 or fax at 012 345-6369. Students must be SAVC-registered before undertaking their Work Integrated Learning (WIL). Without completing all practical modules, graduation is not possible.

Delivery Method: This qualification uses a blended approach of both online and distance learning.

Registration Eligibility: Only those with official application approval from Unisa can initiate the registration for 2016. For those intending to shift to a different qualification, application during the next application window is necessary.

Module Selection: Your qualification journey at Unisa is structured. To graduate, you must pass a specific number of modules within a set duration:

  1. Year 1: Minimum 36 NQF credits (3 modules of 12 credits each)
  2. Year 2 and beyond: Minimum 48 NQF credits (4 modules of 12 credits each)

However, there’s a cap on the number of credits/modules you can register for each semester:

  • Up to 60 NQF credits (5 modules of 12 credits each) per semester.
  • Up to 120 NQF credits (10 modules of 12 credits each) annually for year-long modules.

The credit count excludes supplementary and/or aegrotat exams from prior semesters. Non-degree/non-diploma purpose modules are also counted towards the maximum credits.

When picking modules, consider the time required for each:

  • 6-8 hours weekly for semester modules.
  • 4-6 hours weekly for annual modules.

Examination and Practical Information: Details can be found in the examination timetable and practical dates (PDF).

Curriculum Overview:

First Level:

  • Compulsory Modules:
    • AEX1602, AME1501, EUC1501, EUP1501, MNG1502, PAH1501, PAH1502, PNH1501, ZTG1501, ZTG1502

Second Level:

  • Compulsory Modules:
    • AND2601, AND2602, ANH2601, ANH2602, EPD2601, EPD2602, LDI2601, MNG1602, PHT2601, PHT2602

Third Level:

  • Compulsory Modules:
    • AND3701, AND3702, ANH3604, ANH3605, ANH3703, EPD3701, GGH3708, TLG3601, VPH3601, VPH3602

For a detailed breakdown of prerequisites, co-requisites, and recommendations for each module, refer to the official Unisa curriculum.

After selecting your modules, you can proceed to determine your student fees.

Overview of MBA
Choosing Your MBA
MBA Schools in SA
How to Apply