The Cornerstone Institute Business Studies Department Presents Virtual Entrepreneurship Symposium 2021 The Virtual Entrepreneurship Symposium will be hosted by Cornerstone Institute Business Studies Department (Faculty of Entrepreneurship and Economic transformation) The Objective of the Symposium is to foster dialogue between various sectors such as Academia, government, private and civil society as well as entrepreneurs and […]
Bachelor of Arts | Alternative Education ( Minimum 3 years; minimum 360 credits; NQF 7) Click here to Apply Programme Coordinator Dr Susan Gredley (D. Phil.) heads up this programme. She has 14 years’ experience in tertiary education. Modes of delivery contact and distance Time Commitment • Minimum three years full-time • Maximum six years
The future will be plenty of phygital spaces, where physical and digital won’t be told apart. The classroom is probably one of the first environments where this synergy will come true, and it will impact on every aspect of the learning experience: on teachers, students and learning methods.
Bachelor of Commerce (Minimum 3 years, 360 credits) Click here to Apply Aim This qualification equips students to be ethically effective in business and the new world of work with specific skills in human capital management, marketing, operations management, and economics. Time commitment Two intakes: January and July Full or part-time Minimum 3 years, maximum
Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, Honours (BPsych Equivalent) (January 2024 intake: 18 months full-time, 132 credits). Click here to Apply Aim Admission requirements A candidate must have complied with all the requirements of an appropriate undergraduate degree, or equivalent, before the beginning of the academic year for which he/she has been selected. Third year in
Bachelor of Arts Honours in Community Development (Minimum one year, maximum three years; Full-time or part-time; On campus; 120 Credits) Click here to Apply Aim The Bachelor of Arts Honours in Community Development programme is designed to provide an opportunity for students to expand their knowledge of theory and practice in the discipline of community
Bachelor of Arts Honours in Psychology (one year full-time; two years part-time; 130-132 credits) Click here to Apply Aim The academic Bachelor of Arts Honours in Psychology programme is aimed at providing students with advanced theoretical knowledge and applied skills within the field of psychology. Students enrolled in the programme will extend their undergraduate knowledge
Bachelor of Theology in Community Leadership | Psychology (Minimum 3 years, 384 credits) Click here to Apply Aim This programme enables graduates to work in a wide variety of community development projects (e.g. government, NGO, churches). We aim to produce community workers who approach their task from deep Christian convictions and acquire the sociological