Why a programme in the Humanities?

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A variety of disciplines and programmes equip students for a wide range of professions. Specialised and more general training programmes develop high-level critical thinking skills and the capacity to communicate effectively in the world of work. The lecturers who teach in the Faculty are all specialists in their respective fields.

From time to time the Faculty modifies its undergraduate and postgraduate offerings to remain competitive on both the national and international tertiary education fronts.

Students who register for programmes offered in this Faculty will be able to:

  • equip themselves with discipline-specific knowledge, insight and skills;
  • develop analytical skills that are in demand in both the South African and the international labour market;
  • acquire critical thinking and problem-solving skills;
  • conduct research; and
  • talk and write authoritatively about their chosen field of study

 

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