Unisa Courses In Psychology

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Unisa Courses In Psychology

Unisa Courses In Psychology

FOR THE COLLEGE OF HUMAN SCIENCES: BA students must choose between first-level modules in Psychology and Industrial and Organisational Psychology.

Students who select Psychology as a major subject are advised to include the first-level module in Anthropology (APY1501) and the module PLS2601 in Philosophy (Critical Reasoning) in their curriculum.

FOR THE COLLEGE OF SCIENCE, ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY: Students who select Psychology as a major subject are advised to take first level modules in Statistics (or Mathematics) and/or Philosophy before or together with third-level modules.

Major combinations:

  • NQF Level: 5: PYC1501, PYC1502
  • NQF Level: 6: PYC2601, PYC2602 or PYC2603, and RSC2601
  • NQF Level: 7: PYC3701, PYC3702, PYC3703, PYC3704, and PYC3705
HIV/AIDS Care and Counselling – PYC2605
Under Graduate Degree Semester module NQF level: 6 Credits: 12
Module presented in English
Purpose: To equip students with the necessary knowledge and skills to deal with HIV/AIDS within health, welfare, counselling and educational contexts.
Social Psychology – PYC4803
Honours Year module NQF level: 8 Credits: 12
Module presented in English Module presented online
Co-requisite: HMPYC80
Purpose: Social psychology is the scientific study of the nature and causes of behaviour in social contexts or situations. In our course we examine the fundamental connection between individuals and situations. Social psychological concepts such as identity, social cognition, attribution, attitudes, group processes, prejudice, aggression, pro-social behaviour, social influence and interpersonal relationships are addressed. In an applied section, students complete a research project on a topic of their choice under the guidance of a lecturer.

Unisa Courses In Psychology

Students who complete the Higher Certificate in Logistics Management will be able to operate and function in a knowledge economy and society, as well as use logistics management tools to fulfill duties efficiently in the workplace.

Bachelor’s in Psychology application requirements
  • A high school diploma or equivalent qualifications in two subjects at GCE A level plus passes at grade C or above in three subjects at GCSE level.
  • An average of level BBB grades – meaning you will have to have at least B final graduation grades in at least 3 disciplines.

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