University Of Cape Town Degrees

University Of Cape Town Degrees

University Of Cape Town Degrees, there are various Degree programmes offered at Cape Town University. Details are provided below.

Commerce: undergraduate

The Faculty of Commerce offers the following undergraduate degrees and diplomas:

Diplomas
Advanced Diploma in Actuarial Science

Degrees
Commerce offers 2 undergraduate degrees:

  • Bachelor of Business Science (BBusSc)
  • Bachelor of Commerce (BCom).

Both degrees are offered as standard or Academic Development (AD) programmes. Applicants who meet the requirements for the AD BCom or BBusSc programmes may plan to complete their degree over the standard or an extended period (depending on their faculty points score). The standard period for the BCom is 3 years and the BBusSc is 4 years.

Bachelor of Business Science
In Actuarial Science
In Actuarial Science specialising in Quantitative Finance

Bachelor of Business Science specialising in
Analytics
Computer Science
Economics
Economics with Law
Finance with Accounting
Finance with Economics
Information Systems
Marketing
Organisational Psychology

Bachelor of Commerce
In Actuarial Science
In Actuarial Science specialising in Quantitative Finance

Bachelor of Commerce specialising in
Economics and Finance
Economics with Law
Economics and Statistics
Financial Accounting: General Accounting
Financial Accounting: Chartered Accountant
Financial Accounting: Accounting with Law
Information Systems
Information Systems and Computer Science
Management Studies
Philosophy, Politics & Economics (PPE)

Engineering & the Built Environment: undergraduate

The Engineering & the Built Environment Faculty offers the following undergraduate degrees:

Bachelor of Architectural Studies
School of Architecture, Planning & Geomatics

Bachelor of Science in Property Studies
Department of Construction Economics & Management

Bachelor of Science in Construction Studies
Department of Construction Economics & Management

Bachelor of Science in Engineering in Chemical Engineering
Department of Chemical Engineering

Bachelor of Science in Engineering in Civil Engineering
Department of Civil Engineering

Bachelor of Science in Engineering in Electrical Engineering
Department of Electrical Engineering

Bachelor of Science in Engineering in Electrical & Computer Engineering
Department of Electrical Engineering

Bachelor of Science in Engineering in Mechanical& Mechatronics Engineering
Department of Mechanical Engineering

Bachelor of Science in Engineering in Mechanical Engineering
Department of Mechanical Engineering

Bachelor of Science in Engineering in Mechatronics
Department of Electrical Engineering

Bachelor of Science in Geomatics: Surveying
Bachelor of Science in Geomatics: Geoinformatics

School of Architecture, Planning & Geomatics

Health Sciences: undergraduate

The Health Sciences Faculty offers the following undergraduate degrees and diplomas:

Bachelor of Medicine & Bachelor of Surgery
Medicine and Surgery

Bachelor of Science in Audiology
Audiology

Bachelor of Science in Occupational Therapy
Occupational Therapy

Bachelor of Science in Physiotherapy
Physiotherapy

Bachelor of Science in Speech-Language Pathology
Speech-Language Pathology
Higher Certificate in Disability Practice
Advanced Diploma in Cosmetic Formulation Science

Humanities: undergraduate

The Humanities Faculty offers the following undergraduate degrees and diplomas:

Bachelor of Music: General Programme

Teacher’s Licentiate Diploma in Music

ACE Programmes
see Graduate School of Humanities

Advanced Certificate in Education: Life Orientation

Advanced Certificate in Education: Mathematical Literacy

Advanced Certificate in Education: Mathematics Education

Advanced Certificate in Education: Multilingual

Advanced Certificate in Education: School Management

Advanced Certificate in Education: Science

Bachelor of Arts in Film & Media Production

Bachelor of Arts in Fine Art

Bachelor of Arts in Theatre & Performance

Bachelor of Arts
African Languages & Literatures
Afrikaans
Arabic
Business French
Classical Studies
Dance
Drama
Economic History
English
Film Studies
French
Hebrew Language & Literature
History
Italian
Jazz Studies
Law
Linguistics
Media & Writing
Music
Spanish
Visual & Art History
Xhosa Communication

Bachelor of Music in Dance

Bachelor of Music: Composition

Bachelor of Music: Education

Bachelor of Music: Musicology

Bachelor of Social Science in Philosophy, Politics & Economics

Bachelor of Social Science
Economics
Gender Studies
Industrial Sociology
International Relations
Philosophy
Politics
Psychology
Public Policy & Administration
Religious Studies
Social Anthropology
Social Development
Sociology

Bachelor of Social Work

Dance Teacher’s Diploma

Diploma in Education

Majors offered by departments outside the Faculty of Humanities
Applied Statistics
Applied Biology
Applied Mathematics
Archaeology
Astrophysics
Biochemistry
Chemistry
Computer Science
Ecology & Evolution
Environmental & Geographical Science
Genetics
Human Physiology
Law
Mathematics
Mathematical Statistics
Marine Biology
Microbiology
Ocean & Atmosphere Science
Organisational Psychology
Physics
Science
Statistics

Performer’s Diploma in Opera

Performer’s Diploma in Theatre

Teacher’s Licentiate Diploma in Music: Foundation

Please note

  • For detailed information on these degrees and diplomas please consult the Humanities Faculty handbook.
  • A general Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Social Science degree requires students to study 2 approved majors. (See Arts and Social Sciences majors.) For more information please consult the undergraduate and postgraduate admission requirements for Humanities.

Law: undergraduate

The Law Faculty offers the following undergraduate degrees:

Bachelor of Laws (LLB)
Law

Please note: for detailed information on these degrees and diplomas please consult the Law Faculty handbook.

Science: undergraduate

The Science Faculty offers the following undergraduate degrees:

Bachelor of Science
Applied Biology
Applied Mathematics
Applied Statistics
Archaeology
Astrophysics
Biochemistry
Business Computing
Chemistry
Computer Engineering
Computer Games Development
Computer Science
Ecology & Evolution
Environmental & Geographical Science
Genetics
Geology
Human Anatomy & Physiology
Marine Biology
Mathematical Statistics
Mathematics
Ocean & Atmosphere Science
Physics

Please note: for detailed information on these degrees and diplomas please consult the Science Faculty handbook.

Graduate School of Business: postgraduate

The Graduate School of Business offers the following postgraduate degrees and diplomas:

Master of Business Administration (Executive programme)

Master of Business Administration (full time)

Master of Business Administration (modular)

Postgraduate Diploma in Management Practice (modular)

Master of Commerce in Development Finance

Master of Philosophy specialising in Inclusive Innovation

Doctor of Philosophy specialising in Business Administration