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  1. College of Law

  2. Transitional arrangements As from 2008 no new registrations were accepted for this qualification. Students have until the end of 2011 to complete this National Diploma. Students who were in possession of a Matriculation Exemption Certificate at the time of registering for this National Diploma for the first time and who do not complete their National Diploma by the end of 2011, will be allowed to register for the LLB degree. Where applicable, relevant credits will be granted towards the LLB degree.

  3. Ndip: Correctional Services Management (NDCSM – OLD) • Students have until the end of 2012 to complete this curriculum of this National Diploma. Students who do not complete this curriculum of the National Diploma by the end of 2012, will be allowed to register for the revised National Diploma in Correctional Services Management. Where applicable, relevant credits will be granted towards the National Diploma in Correctional Services Management.

  4. Ndip: Correctional Services Management (NDCRS) • This qualification replaced both the old curriculum (NDCRS) and the revised curriculum (NDCSM) of the National Diploma: Correctional Services Management as from 2010. • Students are allowed to switch over from the National Diploma in Correctional Services Management (old and revised curriculum) to the New Curriculum (from 2010). Where applicable, relevant credits will be granted towards the New Curriculum (from 2010).

  5. Ndip: Policing (NDPLC) • Credits will be given for the following modules if the first phase of Basic Training at the SAPS Training Colleges passed since 1998. A certified copy of the certificate or letter signed by the commander of the college must be submitted together with the application for credits. • OVM1501 • OV1502 • POL1501 • POL1502 • Students have until the end of 2013 to complete this curriculum of this National Diploma. Students who do not complete this curriculum of the National Diploma by the end of 2013, will be allowed to register for the revised National Diploma in Policing. Where applicable, relevant credits will be granted towards the National Diploma in Policing.

  6. Ndip: Security Risk Management (Prior to 2010) • Students have until the end of 2011 to complete this curriculum of this National Diploma. • Students are allowed to switch over from the National Diploma in Security Risk Management (old curriculum) to the New Curriculum (from 2010). Where applicable, relevant credits will be granted towards the New Curriculum (from 2010).

  7. LLB DEGREE- TRANSITIONAL ARRANGEMENTS

  8. LLB CONT… • Note that the module codes for elective modules have also changed • Make sure to understand the transitional arrangements in My Registration before registering a student

  9. BTech: Policing (BTPLC) • Disregard the rules in MyRegistration@unisa – 2011 • New students may still register for this qualification. • Note that is compulsory to do both modules of End-user should the student choose to do it as an elective – EUP131T + EUP1501

  10. BTech: Security Risk Management (BTSEC) • Note that the code for CET181T has changed – please ensure that students do both FAC1051 & MAC1501. This change was not done in the My Registration for 2011 • Full explanation on the bridging course is set out in the My Registration on page 49

  11. BTech: Forensic Investigation (BTFIN • Students registering for this qualification must be in possession of a National Diploma: Policing or equivalent qualification in Criminal Justice Field. E.g. Criminology, Security Risk Management, Correctional Science Management. • Uncertainties with regards to equivalent qualifications should be referred to the Chair of the Department. • Due to the fact that the course is very practical, it was found that students who are not involved in investigation field experience serious problems during their study period. It is advised that students who register for this course should be involved in investigation or should be having investigative experience