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Advanced diploma : Logistics and Transportation Management

ADLTME

Campus

Duration of Programme

Enrolment Option(s)

SAQA Credits

NQF Level

Bloemfontein Campus

1 Year

Semester 1

132

7

Additional Admission Requirements

For candidates who matriculated before/during 2007 or who completed the National Senior Certificate (NSC) in 2008 and thereafter:

  • A National Diploma in Civil Engineering (NQF level 6; 360 credits);
  • OR
  • A National Diploma in Management (NQF level 6; 360 credits), excluding hospitality, human resources, office, public and tourism management.
  • In cases where a candidate does not meet the minimum admission requirements, recognition of prior learning (RPL) in addition to the minimum admission requirements could be considered on a case-by-case situation. In other words, RPL in combination with the criteria stipulated above, would only grant prospective students admission to the programme and therefore no exemption of individual subjects as such. In the latter case, the selection of such students will be conducted on an individual basis and in accordance with the RPL Policy of the CUT.

Pre-requisites

  • An NQF-level 6 qualification (360 credits), as indicated under “Admission requirements”.
  • Relevant experience in civil engineering, project management, and/or logistics and transportation is required.
  • All applications for admission will be considered individually based on existing qualifications and experience.
Career Opportunities

Public and private sectors dealing with logistics and transportation systems are potential employers of graduates of this programme at local, regional and national level. Graduates from this programme will be able to identify, prepare, analyse and manage logistics and transport projects, and conduct freight planning and its management.

The Advanced Diploma in Logistics and Transportation Management is an undergraduate qualification at NQF Level 7. The learning programme is primarily vocational, or industry oriented, and provides students with a sound knowledge base applicable to both the general and specialised aspects in the logistics and transportation industry to ensure technology transfer and practical implementation.

 

1ST YEAR

INSTRUCTIONAL OFFERINGS

SAQA

CREDITS

HEMIS CREDITS

SEMESTER 1

SEMESTER 2


January

July


BLM0011


Business Logistics and Management I

12

0.091

IRP0011


Introduction to Research & Research Project

12

0.091

PJM0011


Project Management

12

0.091

TPP0011


Transportation Planning

18

0.136

TFM0011


Traffic Planning and Management #

12

0.091

LCT0011


Local Transportation #

12

0.091


BLM0012

Business Logistics and Management II

12

0.091


TSE0012

Transportation Economics

12

0.091


IVM0012

Inventory Management

12

0.091


FRM0012

Freight Planning and Management

18

0.136


THE0012

Transportation and Highway Engineering #

12

0.091


URP0012

Urban and Regional Planning #

12

0.091



Rail Transportation #*




Infrastructure Planning #*


Total:

132

1.000

 

# Elective subjects: Students are required to choose at least one elective subject per semester.

#* Elective subjects: Not currently offered and incorporated in subjects TPP0011 and FRM0012.

REMARKS

  • All instructional offerings are compulsory.
  • The total credit value of all instructional offerings must add up to 132 SAQA credits.
  • Only one intake per year, in January.
  • After successful completion of this qualification, the Advanced Diploma in Logistics and Transportation Management will be awarded during an official graduation ceremony of CUT.

For more information contact: Department of Civil Engineering

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