An approved three-year bachelor’s degree (or other comparable tertiary qualification – with the approval of Senate) (worth 360 credits) with a minimum of 94 credits in one of the Sotho or Nguni languages, of which at least 30 credits must be at third-year level.
An average of at least 70% at third-year level in one of the Sotho or Nguni languages is required for students enrolling for this programme.
All students will be required to write an English language proficiency test.
Students who do not test at the required level of proficiency level in English will have to register for the module TTS 751 Academic writing skills.
Other programme-specific information
TTS 751 is additional to the core and elective modules required for the programme. It is not a prerequisite for admission to the programme, but runs concurrently with the other modules.
Students may, with the approval of the programme manager select one elective module from the following programmes: BAHons (Applied Language Studies), BAHons (Translation and Professional Writing).