Which Modules Is Unisa Phasing Out 2025/2026

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Which Modules Is Unisa Phasing Out 2025/2026

Which Modules Is Unisa Phasing Out 2025/2026

Which Modules Will Unisa No Longer Offer in 2025/2026:

The University of South Africa (UNISA) is a dynamic institution that continually evaluates its academic offerings to align with the evolving needs of students and the job market. As part of this process, UNISA occasionally phases out certain modules to make way for new and relevant courses. Understanding which modules are being phased out is significant for students to plan their academic journey effectively. This article will explore UNISA’s module phase-out process, the reasons behind it, and the implications for current and prospective students.

UNISA’s decision to phase out certain modules is a strategic one aimed at ensuring that its academic programs remain current, relevant, and in line with industry demands. As disciplines and industries evolve, new areas of study emerge, and outdated modules may no longer meet the required standards or adequately prepare students for the challenges of the modern workforce.

By phasing out modules, UNISA can make room for new, cutting-edge courses that reflect the latest developments in various fields of study. This approach enables students to acquire skills and knowledge that are in demand, enhancing their employability and competitiveness in the job market.

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Undergraduate & Honours Qualifications Phasing Out For 2025-2026

In certain instances, qualifications may be phased out of our system. This means that Unisa will stop offering these qualifications.

When this happens, or when some other big change occurs, the codes of affected modules will change and students will be required to make the necessary adjustments.

  • College of Accounting Sciences: Transitional arrangements at qualification level for 2025 (PDF)
  • College of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences: transitional arrangements at qualification level for 2025 (PDF)
  • College of Economic and Management Sciences: Transitional arrangements at qualification level for 2025 (PDF)
  • College of Education: 2023 transitional arrangements for qualifications phasing out (DOC)
  • College of Human Sciences: 2023 transitional arrangements for qualifications phasing out (PDF)
  • College of Law, transitional arrangements at qualification level for 2025 (PDF)
  • College of Science, Engineering and Technology: transitional arrangements at qualification level for 2025 (PDF)

Read More on UNISA Phasing Out Programs here

UNISA College Of Education Phasing Out Qualifications For 2025/2026

The former Bachelor of Education Honours, Postgraduate Certificate in Education and Higher Certificate qualifications listed below are phasing out:

  • Honours Bachelor of Education (05312)
  • Honours Bachelor of Education with specialisation in Educational Management (05320)
  • Honours Bachelor of Education with specialisation in Early Childhood Development (05347)
  • Honours Bachelor of Education with specialisation in School Guidance and Counselling (05363)
  • Honours Bachelor of Education with specialisation in Adult Basic Education and Training (05371)
  • Honours Bachelor of Education with specialisation in Inclusive Education (05355)
  • Honours Bachelor of Education with specialisation in Natural Science Education (95028)
  • Honours Bachelor of Education with specialisation in Mathematics Education (95001)
  • Honours Bachelor of Education with specialisation in Environmental Education (9501X)
  • Postgraduate Certificate in Foundation Phase (02631)
  • Postgraduate Certificate in Intermediate and Senior Phase (02623)
  • Postgraduate Certificate in Senior Phase and FET (02615)
  • Higher Certificate in ABET (98615)

You need to complete outstanding prerequisite and/or qualification modules. Please make sure that you register for and complete any outstanding modules as these qualifications will not be on offer in 2023.

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    unisa@thehotline.co.za

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As UNISA continues to adapt and innovate, the phasing out of certain modules is an essential part of ensuring the university’s academic programs remain relevant and of high quality. For students, being aware of module phase-outs is important for effective academic planning and making informed decisions about their course selections. Visit the official website of Unisa For More Details

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