MA Augmentative and Alternative Communication (Coursework)

Programme Code


Closing Dates

  • SA – 30/11/2021
  • Non-SA – 31/10/2021

Admission Requirements

  1. Bachelor’s degree in Speech-Language Pathology (NQF level 8) or BAHons Augmentative and Alternative Communication degree or relevant honours degree, provided that sufficient background in severe communication disability and research is evident, in which case an admissions examination may be required
  2. A weighted average of at least 65% at final-year level
  3. At least 65% for the research component at honours level

Duration of study

2 years, full-time.

Faculty Notes

The Faculty of Humanities provides a holistic education, transferable skills, critical thinking, and communication and problem-solving that will help you develop to your full potential. You will be entering a stimulating environment that will broaden your intellectual horizons and help you achieve personal and professional success through the best possible learning experience.

As the most diverse Faculty of the University of Pretoria, we offer an exciting and comprehensive range of programmes and discipline-based majors, including studies in languages, social sciences and visual and performing arts.

Enquiries about the programme

Name: Prof KM Tönsing
Tel:  012 420 4729
E-Mail: [email protected]
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