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Programme: MSocSci Anthropology

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Faculty of Humanities
Minimum duration of study: 1 year
Total credits: 180
Contact:
Mrs I Kriel
[email protected]
+27 (0)124202596
Prof I Pikirayi
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+27 (0)124204661

Admission requirements

  • An honours degree in Anthropology or a directly related discipline with an average of at least 70%.
  • Prospective students may have to submit an admissions essay or sit for an examination or do additional modules to enable them to reach the desired level of study.
  • An acceptable level of academic linguistic proficiency is required.
  • Students with an average between 65% and 70% could be considered under special conditions. Apply to programme manager(s).
  • An approved research proposal is required.

Additional requirements

• Prospective students may have to submit an admissions essay or sit for an examination or do additional modules to enable them to reach the desired level of study.

• An acceptable level of academic linguistic proficiency is required.

• Students with an average between 60% and 65% could be considered under special conditions. Apply to programme manager(s).

 

Minimum credits: 180

Core modules

APL 890 Dissertation: Anthropology 890 Credits: 180.00

Module content:

A comprehensive report (100-150 pages) on an approved research project. Specialised knowledge of anthropology as discipline, the analysis, transformation and evaluation of abstract data and concepts, and the creation of appropriate responses to resolve contextual abstract problems. Planning, resourcing and managing processes within broad parameters and functions. Complete accountability for achieving and evaluating personal and/or group output. Entry to doctoral and further research education, and to research-based occupations.