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Bachelor of Business Science Standard Programmes

Actuarial Science Programme

Management Studies Programme

Actuarial Science Programme

Actuarial Science

YEAR 1

Financial Accounting
Financial Reporting 1
Thinking about Business 1
Introduction to Actuarial Science
Microeconomics
Macroeconomics
Foundations of Information Systems OR
Computer Science 1A
Mathematics 1
Statistics 106

YEAR 2

Finance 1
Actuarial Science 1: Financial Mathematics
Human Resource Management IT
Economics 203
Economics 204
Mathematics II
Statistics 204
Statistics 205

YEAR 3

Actuarial Science II: Survival Models
Actuarial Science ll: Contingencies
Marketing l
Business Law 1
YEAR 4 Business Strategy
Actuarial Project
Actuarial Science III: Investment & Asset Management
Actuarial Science III: Financial Economics
Professional Communication (Actuarial Science)
Statistics 341
Statistics 343
An approved course

Quantititative Finance

YEAR 1

Financial Accounting
Financial Reporting 1
Thinking about Business 1
Human Resource Management IT
Microeconomics
Macroeconomics
Mathematics 1
Statistics 106
Foundation of Information Systems OR
Computer Science 1A

YEAR 2

Actuarial Science 1
Financial Mathematics
Finance 1
Economics 203
Economics 204
Mathematics II
Statistics 204
Statistics 205
Business Law 1

YEAR 3

Finance II
Marketing
Professional Communication
Statistics 341
Statistics 343
An approved course

YEAR 4

Business Strategy
Actuarial Science III: Investment & Asset Management
Actuarial Science III: Financial Economics
Finance Honours Selected Topics
Quantitative Finance Project

Management Studies Programme

Finance (Non-CA Option)

YEAR 1

Evidence-Based Management
Human Resource Management IT
Business Law I option
Microeconomics
Macroeconomics
Foundations of Information Systems
Mathematics 102
Statistics 100

YEAR 2

Financial Accounting IA
Financial Accounting I
Mathematical Aspects of Finance OR
Business Statistics 220
Marketing I
Finance I
Business Law I
Company Law
Economics 203
Economics 204

YEAR 3

Financial Reporting 2 OR
Financial Reporting 2T
Control of Financial Information Systems OR
Evidence-Based Management
Operations Management
Finance II
Information Systems IID
Professional Communication

YEAR 4

Taxation IT OR
Management Accounting I
Business Strategy
Finance Honours Advanced Topics and Research
Finance Honours Special Topics OR
An approved Half Course
Advanced Macro and Microeconomics AND
Quantitative Methods in Economics OR
Financial Reporting 3T OR
An Approved Course

Finance (CA Option)

YEAR 1

Thinking about Business 1
Human Resource Management IT
Business Law I
Microeconomics
Macroeconomics
Foundations of Information Systems
Mathematics 102
Statistics 100

YEAR 2

Financial Accounting
Financial Reporting 1
Management Accounting 1
Marketing 1
Finance 1
Business Law II
Economics 203
Economics 204
Business Statistics 220

YEAR 3

Financial Reporting 2
Control of Financial Information Systems
Management Accounting II
Finance II
Operations Management
Company Law
Information Systems IID

YEAR 4

Taxation and Estate Duty I
Financial Reporting 3
Auditing IH
Business Strategy
Finance Honours Advanced Topics and Research

Computer Science

YEAR 1

Evidence-Based Management
Computer Science 1A
Computer Science 1B
Microeconomics
Macroeconomics
Mathematics 1
Statistics 106

YEAR 2

Financial Accounting
Business Accounting
Business Finance
Computer Science 2A
Computer Science 2B
Marketing 1
Statistics 206
Statistics 220
2 approved Marketing Semester courses

YEAR 3 People Management
Operations Management
Computer Science 302
Computer Science 303 OR
Computer Science 304
Economics 203
Economics 204
Business Law 1
Professional Communication
YEAR 4

Business Strategy
Computer Science Honours / Information Technology Honours

Information Systems

YEAR 1

Evidence-Based Management
Business Law 1
Microeconomics
Macroeconomics
Foundations of Information Systems
Commercial Programming
Mathematics 102
Statistics 100

YEAR 2

Financial Accounting
Business Accounting
Marketing 1
Business Finance
Database systems
Systems Development A and B
IT Architecture
Business Statistics 220

YEAR 3

Operations Management
Economics 203
Economics 204
IT Management
Group Systems Development Project
IT Applications
Electronic Commerce
Professional Communication
People Management

YEAR 4

Information Systems Honours
Business Strategy

Economics

YEAR 1

Thinking about Business 1
Human Resource Management IT
Microeconomics
Macroeconomics
Foundations of Information Systems
Mathematics 102
Statistics 100

YEAR 2

Financial Accounting
Financial Reporting 1 OR
Business Accounting
Marketing 1
Business Finance
Business Law 1
Economics 203
Economics 204
At least 1 credit from:
Ethics
Introduction to Political Economy
Political Economics of International Relations

YEAR 3

Operations Management
Cooperation and Competition
Advanced Micro and Macroeconomics
Quantitative Methods in Economics
At least 2 credits from:
International Trade and Finance
Advanced Labour and Development Economics
Public Sector Economics
Applied International Trade Bargaining
At least 8 credits from:
Financial Reporting 2
International Trade and Finance
Advanced Labour and Development Economics
Public Sector Economics
Applied International Trade Bargaining
Natural Resource Economics
Labour, Development and Trade
20th Century Industrialisation
Mathematics II
Classical Political Philosophy
Introduction to Philosophy
Ethics
Philosophy of Psychology and Mind
Logic and Epistemology
Political Dynamics
Political Economy of International Relations
Introduction to Political Economy
International Politics
South African Politics
Research and Survey Statistics

YEAR 4

Business Strategy
Economic Honours

Law

YEAR 1

Thinking about Business 1
Human Resource Management IT
Microeconomics
Macroeconomics
Foundations of Information Systems
Mathematics 102
Statistics 100

YEAR 2

Financial Accounting
Business Accounting
Marketing 1
Business Finance
Business Law 1
Economics 203
Economics 204
Applied Ethics
An approved half course

YEAR 3

Operations Management
Issues Around Business
Foundations of South African Law
Comparative Legal History
Law of Persons and Marriage
Business Statistics 220 AND
An approved half course

YEAR 4

Business Strategy
Law of Property
International Law
Constitutional Law
Advanced Micro and Macroeconomics
At least 2 credits from:
Quantitative Methods in Economics
Advanced Labour and Development Economics
Public Sector Economics
International Trade and Finance
Natural Resource Economics

Marketing

YEAR 1

Foundations of Information Systems
Evidence-Based Management
Human Resource Management IT
Microeconomics
Macroeconomics
Mathematics 102
Statistics 100

YEAR 2

Financial Accounting
Business Accounting
Marketing 1
Business Finance
Business Law I
Economics 203
Economics 204
Business Statistics 220
Professional Communications

YEAR 3

Marketing II
Marketing Research 1
Operations Management
Advanced Micro and Macroeconomics
Research & Survey Statistics
2 credits from:
Quantitative Methods in Economics
Advanced Labour & Development Economics
Public Sector Economics
International Trade and Finance
Applied International Trade Bargaining
Natural Resource Economics

YEAR 4

Business Strategy
Marketing Honours
Marketing Project

Organisational Psychology

The Organisational Psychology stream of the BBusSc has being extensively reviewed and been introduced starting 2005.

Organisational Psychology in the School of Management Studies is offering a new stream in the BBusSc degree for 2005. It is called the Organisational Psychology Stream and replaces the two old Streams (Organisational Psychology and Human Resource Management).

So what happens if you were a first or second-year student in 2004?
If you enrol for the first time in 2005, you simply enrol for the Organisational Psychology Stream.

If you were a second or third-year Organisational Psychology or Human Resource Management student in 2004 or earlier, you simply slot into the appropriate year in the new Organisational Psychology Stream.

What does the new undergraduate courses look like?
In the first year, students are exposed to an Introduction to Organisational Psychology. They learn what the subject area is about (organisations, people and business processes) and what jobs are available to people who have studied in this field.

In the second year, we concentrate on the people aspect of Organisational Psychology and introduce students to Organisational Behaviour & Research. Then we proceed to two human resource processes, designing an organisation and the jobs in it and filling those jobs with the right people. The module that covers these processes is called Organisational Design and Resourcing.

In the third year we continue with the theme of human resource processes and concentrate on how to train and develop people and create a safe and healthy work environment. This module is called Organisational Learning and Wellness. Labour Relations and Organisational Change is the last module we do in the third year. It deals with the process of building sound relationships with employees and ends with how we use our knowledge of organisations, people and business processes to transform the place where we work.

The fourth year is described in the Honours Programme.

Student Advisor
For more information about this degree, please contact the student advisor, Ms Chao Mulenga (Chao.Mulenga@uct.ac.za).

Quantitative Management

YEAR 1

Evidence-Based Management
Human Resource Management IT
Microeconomics
Macroeconomics
Foundations of Information Systems
Mathematics I
Statistics 100 OR
Statistics 106

YEAR 2

Financial Accounting
Business Accounting
Business Finance
Economics 203
Economics 204
Mathematics II
Business Statistics 220 AND
Management Science OR
Statistics 204 AND
Statistics 205

YEAR 3

Marketing I
Operations Management
Business Law I
Professional Communication
Research & Survey Statistics AND
Business Informatics OR
Statistics 341 OR
Statistics 342 AND
Statistics 343
6 CREDITS from 3rd level approved courses

YEAR 4

Business Strategy
Statistics Honours Selected Topics

 


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