unisa nursing application 2024-2025

By | July 23, 2022

unisa nursing application 2024-2025

unisa nursing application 2024-2025

unisa nursing application 2024-2025

For nursing students of the 2020s, the application process is more than just filling out a form. It’s about taking the time to build a strong application portfolio that showcases your skills and potential. Here are five tips for ensuring a successful nursing application in 2024-2025.

Unisa Nursing Courses 2024

Rules:

  • Students must submit their Annual Practising Certificate (issued by the South African Nursing Council (SANC) or Nursing Authority in the relevant country), which certifies registration as a general nurse and a midwife, with each application for the BA (CUR). Only the BA (CUR)-HHS program is open to students who are not registered as midwives. Auxiliary nurses and enrolled nurses are both ineligible to apply for this qualification. Since ENG1503 has taken the place of ENN103F, students who have already completed ENN103F are not permitted to enroll in ENG1503.

Mission statement:

  • This qualification’s goal is to aid students in developing the abilities, expertise, and experience necessary to: solve problems in a professional communication context by working both individually and in teams; managing administrative tasks, including financial tasks; offer organizational support in a communications environment; and act with integrity, morals, and professionalism when interacting with clients. As a result, qualified students can improve the effectiveness of organizational communication as well as the standard of communication in both the public and private spheres.
    This certification will be delivered through distance learning.

Anyone may register.

  • Applicants are not permitted to register until they have heard from Unisa that their admissions application has been approved. If it is determined that your admission to qualification was incorrect, Unisa reserves the right to refuse to process and/or cancel your registration. There is no automatic admission to the alternative qualification. It will depend on whether you meet the requirements for admission and whether there is room.
    Students who are re-registering may do so once the registration period is open for the academic year 2023.

Please be aware:

  • Please submit an online application for the alternative qualification if you want to start a new qualification.
    Except for study guides, all correspondence sent to you following the initial study package will be sent via email to your myLife e-mail address (eg follow-up tutorial letters, examination timetables and results, financial statements). You won’t get these communications in print anymore.

choosing your modules

Each Unisa qualification is designed so that in order to graduate, you must pass a specific number of modules and earn a certain number of NQF level credits within a specific amount of time. For you to be able to re-register and continue with your qualification, you must successfully complete a certain minimum number of credits or modules each year:

  • 3 modules totaling a minimum of 36 NQF credits must be completed during the first year of study.
  • 4 modules totaling a minimum of 48 NQF credits each must be completed in your second or later years of study.
    You may not sign up for more credits or modules than the permitted maximum per semester:
  • 5 modules with 12 credits each, for a total of at least 60 NQF credits per semester.
  • 10 modules of 12 credits each, for a minimum of 120 NQF credits per year for year modules.

Exams taken in a previous semester’s aegrotat or supplementary sections do not count toward the maximum number of credits. The maximum number of credits permitted also includes modules taken for non-degree or non-diploma purposes.

When selecting your modules, you must keep in mind your available time because it will have an effect on how well you perform academically. You require roughly

  • In the case of semester modules, 6–8 hours per week.
  • For year modules, 4–6 hours a week.
  • For more details on how to manage your studies, click here.

application for UNISA

Program of study for this qualification

  • Remember to write down the module names and codes as you decide which ones you will register for so that you have a reference when you finish your registration.

First class

Module Requirements, Recommendations, and Prerequisites

Group A. Compulsory

  • CMH1501 – Comprehensive Primary Health Care I
  • CMH1502 – Comprehensive Primary Health Care II
  • CMH1503 – Health and the Environment
  • ENG1503 – Academic Language and Literacy in English
  • HMA1501 – Planning and Organising in Health Services Management
  • HMA1502 – Leading and Control in Health Services Management
  • HSE1501 – Contextualisation of Health Sciences Education
  • HSE1502 – Principles of Health Sciences Education

Second level

Module Pre-requisite/Co-requisite/Recommendation

Group A. Compulsory

  • CMH2601 – Community Health Practical Pre-requisite:CMH1501 & CMH1502
  • Co-requisite:CMH2602
  • CMH2602 – Health in Communities Pre-requisite:CMH1501 & CMH1502
  • COM2603 – Intercultural, Development and Health Communication
  • HMA2601 – Human Resource Management in Health Services Pre-requisite: HMA1501 & HMA1502
  • HMA2602 – Labour Relations in Health Services Pre-requisite: HMA1501 & HMA1502

Unisa application

  • HMA2603 – Health Services Management Practical Co-requisite:HMA2601 & HMA2602
  • HSE2601 – Education Management in Health Sciences Pre-requisite:HSE1501 & HSE1502
  • HSE2602 – Teaching and Assessment in Health Sciences Pre-requisite:HSE1501 & HSE1502
  • HSE2603 – Health Sciences Education: Practical Co-requisite:HSE2601 & HSE2602
  • NUD2601 – Nursing Dynamics
  • PUB2604 – Welfare and Social Services Pre-requisite: PUB1501 & PUB1601
  • RSC2601 – Research in Social Sciences

Third level

Module Pre-requisite/Co-requisite/Recommendation

Group A. Compulsory

  • CMH3701 – Basic Epidemiology in Health Sciences Co-requisite: RSC2601 or RSC201H
  • HMA3701 – Financial Management in Health Services Pre-requisite: HMA2601 & HMA2602
  • Co-requisite:HMA2603
  • HMA3702 – Quality in Health Services Management Pre-requisite: HMA2601 & HMA2602
  • Co-requisite:HMA2603
  • HMA3703 – Leadership in Health Services Management Pre-requisite: HMA2601 & HMA2602
  • Co-requisite:HMA2603
  • HMA3704 – Contemporary Issues in Health Services Management Pre-requisite: HMA2601 & HMA2602
  • Co-requisite:HMA2603
  • HSE3701 – Cultural Diverse Education in Health Sciences Pre-requisite:HSE2601 & HSE2602

UniSA application

  • Co-requisite:HSE2603
  • HSE3702 – Contemporary Trends in Health Sciences Education Pre-requisite:HSE2601 & HSE2602
  • Co-requisite:HSE2603
  • HSE3703 – Developing Health Science Curricula: Foundations Pre-requisite:HSE2601 & HSE2602
  • Co-requisite:HSE2603
  • HSE3704 – Developing Health Science Curricula: Principles and Process Pre-requisite: HSE2601 & HSE2602
  • Co-requisite:HSE2603
  • HSE3705 – The Caring Ethics in Health Sciences Pre-requisite: HSE2601 & HSE2602
  • Co-requisite:HSE2603

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