Bachelor of Commerce (BCom)Faculty of Commerce and Faculty of Leadership and Business Administration SAQA ID No. 84948 NQF 7 375 Credits 3 Years Register Online
With global business challenges becoming more demanding, the Bachelor of Commerce Degree offers students an updated and quality learning experience in the rapidly changing business and commercial environments.
The qualification prepares students for the increasingly challenging and complex demands they are likely to be exposed to in the professional, business and commercial environments.
Successful graduates can excel in the commercial environment resting assured that they have the necessary foundational and theoretical knowledge, supported
by strong problem-solving, critical thinking, decision making, information technology and strategic skills. Key career possibilities include general management,
entrepreneurship, marketing management, human resource management and financial management.
This programme is accredited with the Council on Higher Education and not aligned with professional bodies in South Africa.
Bachelor of Commerce Degree is designed to provide graduates with leadership development in a business, governmental or community organisation. A wide range of Leadership, Managerial and Business Skills are developed. The bachelor’s degree equips students with a solid theoretical knowledge, supported by strong problem solving, critical and analytical thinking as well as decision making skills. A key programme objective is to provide students with the perceptual and
analytical skills necessary in decision making, policy evaluation and an understanding of the social, economic and regulatory business environment.
- A National Senior Certificate (NSC) with an endorsement to a Degree coupled with appropriate combinations of recognised subjects and levels of achievement; or
- The National Certificate Vocational (NCV) at NQF Level 4 with appropriate combinations of recognised subjects and levels of achievement; or
- Further Education and Training (FET) NQF Level 4. Mature age exemption for people above the age of 23 years as set out in the Higher Education Regulations; or
- Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL).
Bachelor of Commerce (BCom) – Module Breakdown Year 1
Year 1 Total Credits: 130
Module Breakdown Year 2
Year 2 Total Credits: 120
Module Breakdown Year 3
Year 3 Total Credits: 125