MA (African Languages) Coursework
The MA Coursework program consists of two-course work modules (one offered in the first semester and one in the second semester), and a minor dissertation. The course work modules have a weighting of 45 credits each. The minor dissertation has a weighting of 90 credits. The minor dissertation represents 50% of the final mark and must be passed independently. Module 1 is compulsory. Students specialize in either linguistics or literature and select a module from the electives in consultation with the chairperson of the department.
MA (African Languages) Research
A student writes a dissertation on a topic in linguistics or literature giving evidence of the ability to conduct research.
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Students who have obtained a BA Honors with a mark of at least 65% (but preferably higher) in Northern Sotho (Sesotho sa Lebowa/Sepedi) or isiZulu may register.
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