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Programme: MPhil (Internal Auditing) (Coursework)

Code Faculty Department
07255231 Faculty of Economic and Management Sciences Department: Auditing
Credits Duration NQF level
Minimum duration of study: 1 year Total credits: 180 NQF level:  09

Programme information

For further information, please contact the department at [email protected]

  • Entrance to the programme is based on internal audit experience, and the academic and professional qualifications of each individual.
  • The programme will be offered  over a two-year period within four semesters.
  • The method of teaching will consist of a virtual classroom as well as contact sessions comprising of two block sessions per semester.

There will not be an intake of new students for each degree every year. It remains the applicant’s responsibility to ensure that the degree they wish to apply for, will indeed be offered.

Admission requirements

  1. A relevant honours degreeor equivalent in an audit-related field with a recognised audit-related professional qualification and a minimum of two years’ internal audit experience in a senior position or A four-year degree with a recognised audit-related professional qualification and a minimum of three years’ internal audit experience in a senior position or An honours degree, or equivalent in an audit-related field with a recognised audit-related professional qualificationand a minimum of two years’ internal audit experience in a senior position

     

Examinations and pass requirements

The pass mark for both a dissertation and a mini-dissertation is 50%. The provisions regarding pass requirements for dissertations, contained in General Academic Regulation G36, apply with the necessary changes to mini-dissertations.

A pass mark of at least 50% is required in the examination of each module.

Research information

Dissertations/mini-dissertations, curricula and modules

Refer to General Academic Regulations G37, G38 and G39.

The degree programme requires that a dissertation be submitted in a field of study selected from the fields covered in the honours degree.
Information on modules, credits and syllabi is available, on request, from the relevant head of department/Postgraduate Committee.
A module in Research Methodology is compulsory in all programmes. The Dean may, on the recommendation of the relevant head of department/Postgraduate Committee, waive the prerequisites.

Article for publication
Refer to General Academic Regulation G39.13.

Minimum credits: 180

Core modules


The regulations and rules for the degrees published here are subject to change and may be amended after the publication of this information.

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