Master's & doctoral degrees

Master of Science in Ornamental Horticulture (Full Dissertation)

Qualification code: 98020
NQF level: 9
Total credits: 180
Rules:
A research proposal module and a dissertation. Students are required to first register and comply with the requirements for the research proposal module before registration for the dissertation will be allowed.

Who can register?

Only students whose application for admission was approved, re-registering students (who made sufficient progress during the current academic year) and students who officially deferred their studies will be allowed to register online within the approved registration period for 2017. Re-registering students who have not made satisfactory progress may be precluded from registering. Should you wish to start a new qualification, please apply for the qualification during the next application period.

When can I register?

Online registrations open

Online registrations close

Contact details

Re-registering students

3 January 2017

31 March 2017

+27 12 441 5702
mandd@unisa.ac.za

Master's and doctoral qualifications

3 January 2017

31 March 2017

MCompt

3 January 2017

31 January 2017

Some College of Science, Engineering and Technology qualifications have different registration dates. Click here for more information.

Time limits for this degree

All master's and doctoral qualifications are structured over a defined period. Refer to sections 4.12 and 4.13 in the Procedures for studies for Master’s and Doctoral degrees.

  • Coursework master's degree: A student registered for a 180-credit structured coursework master’s degree must complete the study programme within 3 years. A student may make application for one additional year of study to the Registrar. The Registrar will consult with the Executive Dean of the College in which the student is registered.
  • Research master's degree: A student registered for a 180-credit structured research master’s degree must complete the study programme within 3 years. A student may make application for one additional year of study to the Registrar. The Registrar will consult with the Executive Dean of the College in which the student is registered.
  • Doctoral degree: A student registered for a research doctoral programme must complete the study programme within 6 years. A student may make application for one additional year of study to the Registrar who will only consider the application if it is recommended by the Executive Dean of the College in which the student is registered.

Examination timetable (PDF)

Curriculum

Rules:
A research proposal module and a dissertation. Students are required to first register and comply with the requirements for the research proposal module before registration for the dissertation will be allowed.

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