Head of Department: Dr B.A. Ntshangase
Telephone: 031 907 7423/7122
Department Secretary: Mrs Philile Khuzwayo
Secretary Telephone: 031 907 7122
Secretary Email: email@example.com
To produce excellent graduates who will go on to great appointments in the workforce for the public sector and be flag bearers for this department both nationally and within the SADC region
To foster an environment that is accessible, affordable and supportive in order to encourage academic excellence and meet the changing needs of our students and the public sector.
National Senior Certificate with rating codes:
- English Home Language (4) or English First Additional Language (3).
Applicants who meet the minimum admission requirements will be subjected to a further selection process as determined by the department.
DURATION OF STUDY
The National Diploma cannot be completed in less than three years and must be completed within six years of full-time registration and eight years of part-time registration.
PURM 010 Public Resource Management I
PUOM 010 Public Office Management I
PUIS 010 Public Information Services I
PUSD 010 Public Service Delivery I
PUDM 010 Public Decision Making I
SEMA 010 Self Management I
PUFM 020 Public Financial Management II
PUHR 020 Public Human Resource management II
PUIP 210/220 Public Information Practice II
PROM 020 Project Management II
PLMA 020 Procurement & Logistics Management II
FURE 020 Fundamentals of Research II
FPMA 030 Financial and Procurement Management III
PUHR 030 Public Human Resource Management III
MAIN 030 Management of Information III
INGR 030 Inter-governmental Relations III
POST 030 Policy Studies III
PRMA 030 Programme Management III
PUMP 310/320 Public Management III
WORK INTEGRATED LEARNING
Upon successful completion of the second year, students must apply for Work Integrated Learning (WIL), registering in terms of the WIL policy and procedures. MUT will provide assistance in securing placements, but it must be stressed that these placements may not be guaranteed.
Before beginning WIL, assessment documentation must be obtained from the department and all students completing second year must attend the applicable orientation for WIL candidates.
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