Namibia University of Science and Technology Bachelor of Journalism and Media Technology Honours
The Bachelor of Journalism and Media Technology Honours is an initial postgraduate Degree, designed for registration at NQF level 8. The programme build s on the outcomes of the Bachelor of Journalism and Media Technology and aims at consolidating and deepening the knowledge and skills of students in the main cognate area of learning, as well as developing their capacity to conduct supervised research of a n applied nature. This will enable students to analyse theoretical material and demonstrate independent and critical analytical skills. The programme requires an advanced level of conceptual and analytical ability as well as intellectual autonomy. The Bachelor of Journalism and Media Technology Honours is structured to enable students to practice in the field of Journalism and Media Technology while interacting with people and organisation through the media.
Candidates will be considered for admission to the Bachelor of Journalism and Media Technology Honours Degree if they have a Bachelor of Journalism and Communication Technology or a Bachelor of Journalism and Media Technology Degree from the Namibia University of Science and Technology, or an equivalent qualification at NQF level 7 or a relevant three year Bachelor Degree (pre – NQF) from a recognised institution, worth at least 360 credits.
Applicants who are holders of a National Diploma in Journalism and Communication Technology (pre – NQF) shall be considered for admission on a case – by – case basis.
Those candidates who have an equivalent Degree in Journalism and Media Studies from a recognised tertiary education institution, may be required to make up specific shortcomings as deemed necessary, on a case – by – case basis by the departmental selection panel.
All applicants who qualify shall be required to write a General Knowledge Test and be interviewed