Note: This course is designed to follow on from either of
the Postgraduate Diploma coursework courses (INF4012W; INF4015W; INF4016W).
Fourth Year Status, Part-time Whole Year Course
Course coordinator: Prof. Jean Paul Van Belle
INF4015W (Information Systems Coursework) or INF4016W
(Computer Forensics Coursework) or INF4012W (Enterprise Systems and BPM
- Apply specific parts of the body of knowledge which
students obtained in the Postgraduate Diploma Coursework course to a practical
- Demonstrate practical and academic reading and writing
- Produce a work that is potentially of significant value to
the organisation in which the student works.
Students are required to complete and report on a work-related
project which demonstrates clearly how the knowledge gained in their coursework
course has been or can be applied in their day-to-day work environment. The
nature of the project is very flexible but a written project report of no less
than 50 pages is required on completion. In the case of students who completed
the INF4016W course, the nature of the project will be a complete investigation
of, and report on a hypothetical computer forensics investigation. The student
should prepare a short description of the proposed project after which the
student may be allocated a responsible staff member in the department who can
act as a “supervisor/mentor”. The staff member may help the student with the
scope and possible questions.
Only the final report will be marked. A minimum of 50% must
be obtained in order to pass.
Last updated : 06 Aug 2015
Staff Members on this course :
Dr. Sumarie Roodt
Prof. Jean-Paul VanBelle