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Programme: University Diploma Theology

Code Faculty Duration Credits Download
06120002 Faculty of Theology Duration of study: 3 years Total credits: 376

Programme information

This programme offers general theological education to students who have passed the National Senior Certificate with admission to Diploma studies. It also provides a basis for denominational programmes, formation and practical training with a view to the ministry.

A fixed curriculum is prescribed.

The student, who registers for this programme, has to submit his or her curriculum to the Programme coordinator for approval at the beginning of each academic year.

The Diploma in Theology comprises the same subjects as for the two degree programmes in Theology and students who perform, may be admitted to postgraduate studies.

Admission requirements

  • In order to register for the study programmes candidates must comply with the minimum NSC/IEB/Cambridge requirements for tertiary studies as well as the minimum requirements of the relevant study programme. 
  • Life Orientation is excluded in the calculation of the APS.

 

Minimum requirements for 2016

Achievement level

Afrikaans or English

APS

NSC/IEB

HIGCSE

AS-Level

A-Level

3

4

E

E

22

(20-21 admis-

sion based on 

the NBT)

 

 

Other programme-specific information

Notes:

  • The modules referred to are offered per semester.
  • Academic literacy: The following modules must be completed during the first year of study: ALL 110 and ALL 120.
  • Computer literacy: The following modules must be completed during the first year of study: AIM 111 and AIM 121.
  • If this programme is followed at a seminary or college (in terms of an agreement between such institution and the University of Pretoria), the semester modules must be presented according to the registration period.
  • Certain modules are prerequisites for later modules.
  • If a module does not attract enough student registrations to be presented economically, the Dean may decide to withdraw it. Students will be advised in time of such decisions in order to register for an alternative  module.
  • The timetable of lectures must be consulted.
  • A student may, with the consent of the Dean, exceed the number of modules per study year by two semester modules or one year module.

Examinations and pass requirements

Special examinations
See also General Regulations G.12.4 and G.12.6.
A student who complies with all the requirements for the diploma with the exception of a maximum of four quarter modules, two semester modules or one year module, in each of which a combined mark of at least 40% has been obtained, may be admitted to a special examination in the same modules at the end of the following semester.

Promotion to next study year

(i) To be admitted to the second year of study, a student must pass at least eight semester modules, unless the Dean decides otherwise.
(ii) To be admitted to the third year of study, a student must pass at least 21 semester modules, unless the Dean decides otherwise.

Academic exclusion
The Dean may on recommendation of the relevant faculty committee, exclude a student academically by the cancellation of the registration for that particular year or for the following year, if he or she does not comply with the minimum set requirements. You may appeal against your academic exclusion, but it is advisable to solve any problems as soon as possible. Contact your lecturer as soon as you experience problems with your studies.

Pass with distinction

The diploma is conferred with distinction on a student who obtains an average of 75% (GPA) in all the prescribed modules of the final year provided that not one of the modules had been failed previously and that the programme was completed within the minimum prescribed period.

Minimum credits: 120

Fundamental modules

Core modules

Minimum credits: 135

Core modules

Minimum credits: 120

Core modules

Elective modules


The information published here is subject to change and may be amended after the publication of this information. The General Regulations (G Regulations) apply to all faculties of the University of Pretoria. It is expected of each student to familiarise himself or herself well with these regulations as well as with the information contained in the General Rules section. Ignorance concerning these regulations and rules will not be accepted as an excuse for any transgression.

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