Bachelor of Health Sciences (BHSc)

4 years full time

Minimum requirements APS = 26

Maths level 3

Life sciences OR Physical sciences = level 4

 

The first two years of the degree is generic for all the students. At the end of their second year they choose between Sport Science and Kinderkinetics in which they will specialize in year three and four together with Biokinetics. On completion of their studies the student will be a qualified Biokineticist as well as a Sport scientist OR Kinderkineticist.  This degree enable students to demonstrate critical and creative thinking in the use of science, research and technology with relevant theoretical knowledge (models, theories, etc.) to demonstrate skills and values as entrepreneurs or employees in the field of Biokinetics, Sport Science and Kinderkinetics by means of integrated projects (case studies, scenarios –problem solving) and added capabilities in community involvement.

 

 

Bachelor of Health Sciences (BHSc), Recreation

 

3 years full time

The minimum NSC APS score for a student wishing to be admitted to the BHSc is 24

Language requirement:  NSC with either 1st or 2nd additional language at least level 4 (50-59%)

 

Specifically, the BHSc with internal programme Recreation and Psychology, aims to:

Enable students to demonstrate critical and creative thinking in the use of science, research and technology with relevant theoretical knowledge (models, theories, etc.) to demonstrate skills and values as entrepreneurs or employees in the field of recreation therapy by means of integrated projects (case studies, scenarios –problem solving) and added capabilities in community involvement.

 

Specifically, the BHSc with internal programme Recreation and Tourism, aims to:

Enable students to demonstrate critical and creative thinking in the use of science, research and technology with relevant theoretical knowledge (models, theories, etc.) to demonstrate skills and values as entrepreneurs or employees in the field of recreation tourism by means of integrated projects (case studies, scenarios –problem solving) and added capabilities in community involvement.

 

Specifically, the BHSc with internal programme Recreation and Human Movement Sciences, aims to:

Enable students to demonstrate critical and creative thinking in the use of science, research and technology with relevant theoretical knowledge (models, theories, etc.) to demonstrate skills and values as entrepreneurs or employees in the field of recreation sport by means of integrated projects (case studies, scenarios –problem solving) and added capabilities in community involvement.

 

Diploma in Coaching Science

2 years full time

APS 16

At the Potch Campus the diploma is presented in athletics and rugby, and at the Mafikeng Campus in soccer. The diploma is focused on coaching as well as sport management. The diploma enables students to demonstrate skills and theoretical knowledge in coaching by means of practical sessions, integrated projects (case studies, scenarios –problem solving) and added capabilities in community involvement. After completion of the diploma, students can apply to continue to do the degree Bachelor of Health Sciences with sport coaching and human movement sciences. Students must achieve an average of 60% for each year to continue with the degree.

BA Human Movement Sciences and Psychology

3 years full time

APS of 22

The degree is focused on coaching, sport management as well as human movement sciences. The degree enables students to demonstrate skills and theoretical knowledge in coaching by means of practical sessions, integrated projects (case studies, scenarios –problem solving) and added capabilities in community involvement. Included in this degree are the requirements for PGCE (post graduate certificate in education). After completion of this degree, students can apply for PGCE.