|Diploma : Public Management||
Duration of Programme
Additional Admission Requirements
A Senior Certificate or equivalent qualification is required for admission.
Applications in possession of the National Certificate Vocational (NVC) will be selected according to the selection requirements as approved by Senate.
Candidates with a CUT score lower than 27 may be subject to a selection process based on a minimum number of points to be scored on the CUT scoring scale.
For candidates who matriculated in 2007 or before:
In addition to the general admission requirements, a mark of 50% for English is required.
For candidates who completed the NSC in 2008 and thereafter:
In addition to the general admission requirements, a minimum mark of 50% in English is required.
If a student fails a specific module, the module must first be repeated in the next year (in the semester in which the module is presented). The student may continue with the next years’ modules, with the condition that the student first repeat the modules previously failed. No student will be allowed to register for more than five modules per semester except for the students who applied for subject recognition.
Public sector positions in the fields of General Management, Financial Management, Human resources Management and the political milieu (i.e. national, Regional and Local Government). Owing to the wide variety of duties and activities in the public sector, public functionaries are employed at institutions throughout the country. There are several fields of interest, including auditing, financial and procurement management, human resources management, office management, project management, and governmental relations.
All new first-year students may register for this programme during 2017.
All instructional offering are compulsory.
After successful completion of this qualification, a diploma will be awarded during an official graduation ceremony at CUT.
This programme will be offered on a full-time basis and part-time basis over a period of 3 years.
Academic Literacy and Communication Studies requires the successful completion of two instructional offerings, A and B in this specific order.
A distinction (75% or more) in instructional offering A ensures exemption from instructional offering B. A pass (without distinction) means that the student must pass instructional offering B in order to meet the pre-requisite for the learning programme. Failing instructional offering A means that the student must register for instructional offering A in a subsequent semester.
No student will be allowed to graduate without completing the Academic Literacy and Communication Studies programme.
No student will be allowed to graduate without completing Information Literacy (PIM5011).
|Public Resource Management I|
|Public Information Services I|
|Public Office Management and Customer Services I|
|Public Decision-Making I|
|Local Government Service Delivery Management I|
|Academic Literacy and Communication Studies|
|Public Financial Management II|
|Public Administration and Management II|
|Public Human Resource Management II|
|Public Project Management II|
|Procurement and Supply Chain Management II|
|Public Administration Management III|
|Financial and Procurement Management III|
|Public Human Resource Management III|
|Policy Studies III|
|Public Management Practice and Work Integrated Learning III|
|Programme Management III|
For more information contact: Department of Government Management