Qualification & Code
BACCALAUREUS TECHNOLOGIAE: ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH

THBTEM

Campus Duration of Programme Enrolment Option(s) SAQA Credits NQF Level Admission Requirements Selection and/or interview
Bloemfontein

1 year

Semester 1

120

7

See below: Additional Admission Requirements.

Selection

Additional Admission Requirements

For candidates who matriculated in 2007 or before:

National Diploma: Environmental Health, or equivalent qualification, with a minimum average mark of 60% for the qualification, or at least 60% for the pre-requisite main module.

For candidates who completed the NSC in 2008 and thereafter:

National Diploma: Environmental Health, or equivalent qualification, with the appropriate instructional offerings, with a minimum average mark of 60% for the qualification, or at least 60% for the pre-requisite main module.

Career Opportunities

Popular employers are municipalities, as well as government departments such as Health, Labour, Water Affairs and Forestry, and Environmental Affairs and Tourism, as well as industries such as mining groups, Eskom, Transnet, water boards, large food manufacturers and retailers, abattoirs, and some hotel groups. Qualified persons may also render services in a private capacity to abattoirs for a professional fee. The Department of Agriculture also employs veterinary health officers.

 

4TH YEAR

INSTRUCTIONAL OFFERINGS

Compulsory instructional offerings

NMD10AT

Research Methodology I

FBS40AT

Management Practice IV

Optional instructional offerings

Plus any two of the following:

VDH40BT

Food Hygiene IV

BGV40AT

Occupational Health and Safety IV

WAT40AT

Water Quality Management IV

EPY40AT

**Environmental Epidemiology IV

AFV40AT

Waste Management IV

VHG40AT

*Meat Hygiene IV

LUG40AT

*Air Pollution IV

Candidates will be selected for the optional instructional offerings, since only limited space is available.

For more information contact: Department of Life Sciences

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Updated: 4 May 2017

               

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