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Programme: PhD Early Childhood Intervention

Code Faculty Department
01264617 Faculty of Humanities Department: Augmentative and Alternative Communication
Credits Duration NQF level
Minimum duration of study: 2 years Total credits: 360 NQF level:  10

Admission requirements

  1. Relevant master’s degree
  2. A weighted average of at least 65% for the research component of the master’s degree

Minimum credits: 360

Core modules

  • Module content:

    A thesis based on highly specialised and advanced research, both across the major discipline and with possible interdisciplinary connections. Independent and accountable planning, resourcing, managing of all aspects of the research process, optimising all aspects of processes engaged in, within complex and unpredictable contexts. Using computer programs for analysis and report writing and showing academic and scientific leadership are required.

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Minimum credits: 360

Core modules

  • Module content:

    A thesis based on highly specialised and advanced research, both across the major discipline and with possible interdisciplinary connections. Independent and accountable planning, resourcing, managing of all aspects of the research process, optimising all aspects of processes engaged in, within complex and unpredictable contexts. Using computer programs for analysis and report writing and showing academic and scientific leadership are required.

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