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Bachelor's : Hydrology and Water Resources Management

BSHWRM

Campus

Duration of Programme

Enrolment Option(s)

SAQA Credits

NQF Level

Bloemfontein Campus

3 Years

Semester 1

7

360

Additional Admission Requirements

For candidates who matriculated in 2007 or before:

In addition to the general admission requirements, a minimum mark of 50% on SG or 40% on HG in Biology/ Physiology and Mathematics and Physical Sciences is required. A minimum admission point score (APS) of 28 points on the CUT scale of notation is also required.

For candidates who completed the NSC in 2008 and thereafter:

In addition to the general admission requirements, the candidate must be in possession of the NSC with endorsement for a bachelor’s degree. A minimum mark of 50% in Life Sciences/Physiology and Mathematics and Physical Sciences is required. A minimum admission point score (APS) of 28 points on the CUT scale of notation is also required.

Career Opportunities

Water management is classified as a scarce skill in South Africa and is listed in the Department of Labour 2007 National Scarce Skills List. Graduates from this programme will have career opportunities in national and local government departments, municipalities and private companies involved in water management, water supply and distribution, water and wastewater treatments, environmental management, etc.




1ST YEAR

INSTRUCTIONAL OFFERINGS

SEMESTER 1

SEMESTER 2

 

LCS5011

 

Academic and communication studies

DLC5001


Digital Literacy

NMR5011


Numeracy

CHE5011


Chemistry

PYC5011


Physics

AMM5012

Applied Mathematics

HYD5012

Hydrology I

WTM5012

Water Resources Management I

EVS5012

Environmental Science

 



2ND   YEAR

INSTRUCTIONAL OFFERINGS

HDC6000

Hydro Chemistry*

GHR6000

Geo-Hydrology*

HYD6000

Hydrology II*

WTM6000

Water Resources Management II*

EVM6022

Environmental Engineering

WIL6022

Work Integrated Learning (General)
*Year subjects.

 



3rd    YEAR

INSTRUCTIONAL OFFERINGS

HYD7000

Hydrology III*

WTM7000

Water Resources Management III*

AWT7000

Advanced Water and Waste WaterTreatment Technology*

WIL7000

Work Integrated learning in Elective

WTC7000

Water Pollution Control*# OR

RDM7000

Reticulation Design and Management*#
*Year subjects.
# Elective subjects: students are required to choose one elective per semester.


For more information contact: Department of Civil Engineering

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