BHSc Hons in Physiology
Qualification code: 8EA L01
The curriculum composed for this programme is of an academic nature. In composing the curriculum, consideration was given to the career opportunities and the human capital needs of the country. This curriculum prepares the student for further postgraduate study in Cardiovascular Physiology. This programme is presented full-time.
Faculty specific rules and requirements of the programme
a) A BSc degree with Physiology as a major subject or an equivalent qualification with in-depth knowledge of Physiology
b) Selection takes place during September to October and is subject to available capacity and approval by the school director
c) At least 65% average in Physiology on third-year level is required
Magister Scientiae (MSc)
Qualification code: 8DD N01
The aim of this qualification is the training of postgraduate students to empower them to function on a highly specialised level as researchers in the health sciences and focus on the relevant research question within the field of health sciences or cardiovascular physiology. It is a research-based degree and comprises a research project and the submission of a dissertation and is only presented full-time in Afrikaans and English. It should preferably be completed within one year, but the Faculty permits a maximum period of two years.
Philosophiae Doctor (PhD)
Qualification code: 8CD R03
The aim of the qualification is to enable a student who has a master’s degree in the field of Cardiovascular Physiology, or equivalent qualification, to prove by means of a doctoral thesis that he/she has made a contribution to the development of new knowledge and/or applicable skills. Another aim of the qualification is to provide South Africa with scientific researchers that have a broad theoretical expertise and practical skills in the Health Sciences, with specialisation and mastery in Cardiovascular Physiology. The thesis is submitted in the format of research articles. Proof must be given that at least one article was submitted to an accredited academic journal for publication. The minimum duration of the study is two years and the maximum three years. The Faculty permits a fourth academic year.
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