School of Administration & Management
Higher Certificate in Management Elective Focus in Accountancy
Qualification / Course Information
Bellville (Cape Town)
The Higher Certificate in Management is an entry-level qualification and is suitable for candidates not meeting the admission requirements for degree level studies.
The Higher Certificate in Management can be structured according to the chosen elective focus areas. The various electives of the Higher Certificate in Management are: Management (MAN001), Entrepreneurship (ENT100), Fundamentals of Business Communication (FBC152) and Fundamentals of Business Science (FBS152) are the core compulsory modules that form part of each elective.
The Higher Certificate in Management offers the following elective focus areas streams for contact learning:
• Business & Marketing Management
• Human Resources Management
• Logistics Management
• Project Management
FURTHER STUDY OPPORTUNITIES
After successful completion of the Higher Certificate in Management the student may articulate to a relevant diploma or degree.
STUDENT SUPPORT SERVICES FOR CONTACT LEARNING
C4SS - CENTRE FOR STUDENT SUCCESS
The Centre for Student Success supports students with academic, psychological and financial wellness.
SAS - STUDENT ADMINISTRATION & SUPPORT
Student Administration & Support is the first port of call for all student queries and requests, they can channel your requests to the right individuals.
THE BUDDY PROGRAMME
The Buddy programme exists to help first year students to make the transition between secondary and tertiary studies.
THE ADMISSION CRITERIA FOR THE HIGHER CERTIFICATE IN MANAGEMENT ARE:
- a Senior Certificate (SC); or
- a National Senior Certificate (NSC) with a minimum of 40% in three modules, including a Home Language and a minimum of 30% in three other modules; or
- a National Senior Certificate – Vocational Level 4 (NC(V));
- a minimum of 40% for English Home Language and 30% for First Additional Language.
- Grade 12 with no less than 20 points* over 6 modules (No G's)
*Conditional admission limited as per academic quota
STADIO is committed to achieving inclusion and to overcome barriers to access and success in higher education. Applicants who do not meet the stated admission criteria, but who have relevant work experience and/or prior learning may apply for admission under the policy on Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL). STADIO admits a maximum of 10% per cohort via RPL. The implementation of RPL is context-specific, in terms of discipline, programme and level. Further information may be obtained from your Student Recruitment Advisor.
The Higher Certificate in Management should be structured according to the chosen elective focus area. The following core modules form part of each elective focus area and are compulsory:
Fundamentals of Business Communication
Fundamentals of Business Studies