Department of Curriculum and Teaching Courses

 Department of Curriculum and Teaching Courses

Courses

1. Bachelor of Education (Secondary)
Year 1 EDC100 Teaching: Principles and Practice
  EDC110 Curriculum Theory
  EDC120 Educational Technology and Skills
     
     
Year 2 (i) Students shall be required to take:
  EDC200 Micro teaching Laboratory
    together with two of the following curriculum studies courses:
  EDC270 Curriculum Studies: Accounting
  EDC271 Curriculum Studies: Commerce
  EDC272 Curriculum Studies: Economics
  EDC273 Curriculum Studies: African Languages
  EDC274 Curriculum Studies: English
  EDC275 Curriculum Studies: Religious Education
  EDC276 Curriculum Studies: History
  EDC277 Curriculum Studies: Geography
  EDC278 Curriculum Studies: Biology
  EDC279 Curriculum Studies: Chemistry
  EDC281 Curriculum Studies: Mathematics
  EDC282 Curriculum Studies: Physics
  EDC283 Curriculum Studies: French
     
  (ii) Students will be allowed to do curriculum studies courses in their two teaching subjects only.
   
Year 3 Students shall be required to take two curriculum courses from the following:
  EDC370 Curriculum Studies: Accounting
  EDC371 Curriculum Studies: Commerce
  EDC372 Curriculum Studies: Economics
  EDC373 Curriculum Studies: African Languages
  EDC374 Curriculum Studies: English
  EDC375 Curriculum Studies: Religious Education
  EDC376 Curriculum Studies: History
  EDC377 Curriculum Studies: Geography
  EDC378 Curriculum Studies: Biology
  EDC379 Curriculum Studies: Chemistry
  EDC381 Curriculum Studies: Mathematics
  EDC382 Curriculum Studies: Physics
  EDC383 Curriculum Studies: French
     
     
Year 4 (i) Students shall be required to take two curriculum courses from the following:
  EDC470 Curriculum Studies: Accounting
  EDC471 Curriculum Studies: Commerce
  EDC472 Curriculum Studies: Economics
  EDC473 Curriculum Studies: African Languages
  EDC474 Curriculum Studies: English
  EDC475 Curriculum Studies: Religious Education
  EDC476 Curriculum Studies: History
  EDC477 Curriculum Studies: Geography
  EDC478 Curriculum Studies: Biology
  EDC479 Curriculum Studies: Chemistry
  EDC481 Curriculum Studies: Mathematics
  EDC482 Curriculum Studies: Physics
  EDC483 Curriculum Studies: French
     
  (ii) In addition students will submit an original project, EDF499 Research Project in Education, which may be on a curriculum topic
     
     
     
2. Bachelor of Education (Secondary/Commerce)
Year 1 ACS Academic Communication Skills
  ECON101 Economic Principles and Problems
  BA112 Introduction to Business Computing
  BA111 Business Environment
  MS100 Introductory Mathematics for Business
     
     
Year 2 AC101 Financial Accounting I
  MS202 Quantitative Techniques
  BA211 Principles of Management
  AC202 Commercial Law
  ECON203 Macro Economics
     
     
Year 3 AC301 Financial Accounting II
  BA312 Business Communications
  BA321 Principles of Marketing
     
     
Year 4 AC401 Financial Accounting III
  BA322 Organizational Behaviour
  BA415 Small Business Management
     
     
     
3. Bachelor of Education (Secondary/Humanities)
Year 1 (a) African Languages and Literature
  ACS Academic Communication Skills
  AL100 Introduction to the Study of Language
  AL102 Introduction to Literature
  AL103 Introduction to Traditional/Oral Literature
     
  (b) Combined History Programme
  H100 Themes of World History (taken by all)
     
  (c) Geography, Environmental Science and Planning
  GEP111 Introduction to the Natural Environment
  GEP121 Introduction to Human Environment
     
  (d) Theology and Religious Studies (degree courses)
  T1P1 Introduction to Biblical Studies
  T1P2 Phenomenology of Religion
     
  (e) English Language and Literature (all are degree courses)
  ENG101 Grammar I: A survey of English Grammar
  ENG102 Introduction to English Phoenetics & Phonology
  ENG103 Introduction to the Study of Literature
  ENG104 Historical Background of English Literature
     
  (f) French Language and Literature
  F1P1 Intermediate French: Language
  F1P2 Intermediate French: Literature
     
     
Year 2 (a) African Languages and Literature (major and minor)
  AL2P1 Introduction to Linguistics and Linguistic Analysis of the Main Language
  AL2P2 Modern Literature I and Oral/Traditional Literature I
     
  (b) Combined History Programme (major or minor)
  H200 History of Swaziland (taken by all) and one of the following:
  H201 Europe since 1789
  H202 Imperialism and Colonialism in Africa
     
  (c) Geography, Environmental Science and Planning
  GEP211 Geomorphology
  GEP212 Soil Science
  GEP213 Elementary Surveying and Cartography
  GEP215 Economic Geography
  GEP221 Climatology
  GEP222 Hydrology
  GEP223 Statistical Geography
  GEP224 Social and Cultural Geography
     
  (d) Theology/Religious Studies (major or minor)
  T2P1 A Study of the Old Testament (taken by all) and one of the following:
  T2P2 Christian Ethics
  T2P3 Sociology of Religion
     
  (e) English Language and Literature (major or minor)
  ENG201 Grammar II: Phrases and Clauses
  ENG202 Introduction to English Morphology and Syntax
  ENG203 Language Meaning and Use
  ENG204 Introduction to Critical Theory
  ENG205 Survery of English Literature
  ENG206 A Study of Poetry
     
  (f) French Language and Literature
  F2P1 Advanced French: Language
  F2P2 Introduction to Literary Studies
     
     
Year 3 (a) African Languages and Literature (major)
  AL3P1 Linguistic Analysis of the main Language II
  AL3P2 History of Linguistics (Western & Bantu)
  AL3P3 Modern Literature II and Traditional/Oral Literature II
  AL3P4 Introduction to Grammar of Second Language (Southern Sotho)
     
  (b) English Language and Literature: (major)
  ENG301 Grammar III: Clause Combining and Test Creation
  ENG302 Composition, Writing and Stylistics
  ENG303 Conversational Analysis
  ENG304 Modern Critical Theory
  ENG305 A Study of Drama
  ENG306 A Study of the Novel
     
  (c) Combined History Programme (major)
  Students shall be required to take:
  H300 Histography and Research Methods (taken by all)
  together with one of the following Group II courses:
  H301 History of African Political Thought
  H302 Economic History of West Africa
  H303 History of North Africa
  H304 Major Themes in Contemporary African History
  and one of the following Group III courses:
  H305 History of Latin America
  H306 State and Revolution
  H307 China and South East Asia
     
  (d) Theology and Religious Studies(major)
  T3P1 A Study of the New Testament (taken by all)
  T3P2 African Traditional Religion (taken by all)
  T3P3 New Testament Greek/Hebrew/Latin
  T3P4 New Religious Movement
  T3P5 Philosophy of Religion
  T3P6 Select Themes in History of Christian Thought
  T3P7 A Study of African Theology
     
  (e) Geography, Environmental Science and Planning (major)
  GEP311 Spatial Organisation
  GEP312 Biogeography
  GEP313 Introduction to Remote Sensing
  GEP323 Research Methods in Geography
  GEP324 Principles of Planning
  GEP325 Regional Development of Southern Africa
     
  (f) French Language and Literature
  F3P1 Composition and Style
  F3P2 Francophone African Literature
     
     
Year 4 (a) African Languages and Literature
  AL4P1 Linguistic Analysis of the Main Language III
  AL4P2 Introduction to Historical and Comparative Linguistic (Western and Bantu)
  AL4P3 Modern Literature III and Traditional/Oral Literature III
  AL4P4 Project Work or Social Examination Paper
     
  (b) Combined History Programme
  H400 Economic History of Southern Africa (taken by all)
  and one of the following Group II courses
  H401 Research Project
  H402 History of Central Africa
  H403 History of East Africa
  H404 Liberation Movement in Africa
  and one of the following Group III courses
  H405 Comparative History of Industrialization
  H406 History of the USA since 1865
  H407 History of Russia since 1861
     
  (c) Geography, Environmental Science and Planning
  GEP400 Applied Geography
  GEP414 Spatial Aspects of Rural Development
  GEP416 Geography and Development in Africa
  GEP417 Geography of Special Areas I
  GEP427 Environment and Development in Swaziland
  GEP428 Geography of Special Areas II
     
  (d) Theology and Religious Studies (degree courses)
  T4P1 Religions of the World (taken by all)
  T4P2 The Gospel Tradition (taken by all)
  together with at least two of the following courses:
  T4P3 The Ecumenical Movement
  T4P4 Liberation Theology
  T4P5 A History of Christianity in Africa
  T4P6 Images of Jesus in Contemporary New Testament Critism
  T4P7 Modern Christian Theologians
  T4P8 Religion and Ideology in Contemporary Africa
     
  (e) English Language and Literature (courses)
  ENG401 Advanced Composition: Reading and Textuality
  ENG402 Principles and Pscholinguists
  ENG403 Principles and Socio-linguists
  ENG404 Modern English Literature
  ENG405 Comparative Literature
  ENG406 Theatre Arts
     
  (f) French Language and Literature
  F4PI French Literature:XXth Century
  PART II  
  Group A (Optional courses) Linguistics, Culture, and Business French
  FPA1 Research Project - Language (Department permission required)
  FPA2 General Linguistics: French
  FPA3 Cultural Studies I: La French
  FPA4 Cultural Studies II: La French
  FPA5 Business French I: Commercial Correspondence
  FPA6 Business French II: Advertising and Commercial Literature
     
  Group B (Literature)
  FPB1 Research Project - Literature (Departmental permission required)
  FPB2 Francophone African Literature
  FPB3 French Literature: Middle Ages & Renaissance
  FPB4 French Literature: XVIIth Century
  FPB5 French Literature: XIXth Century
  FPB6 French Literature: XIXth Century
     
     
     
4. Bachelor of Education (Secondary/Science)
Structure A
GEP Major
Year 1 GEP111 Introduction to the Natural Environment
  GEP121 Introduction to the Human Environment
     
Year 2 GEP211 Geomorphology
  GEP213 Elementary Surveying and Cartography
  GEP215 Economic Geography
  GEP221 Climatology
  GEP223 Statistical Geography
  GEP224 Social and Cultural Geography
     
Year 3 GEP311 Spatial Organisation
  GEP312 Biogeography
  GEP313 Introduction to Remote Sensing
  GEP323 Research Methods in Geography
  GEP324 Principles of Planning
  GEP325 Regional Development in Southern Africa
     
Year 4 GEP400 Applied Geography
  GEP414 Spatial Aspects of Rural Development
  GEP416 Geography and Development in Africa
  GEP417 Geography of Special Areas I
  GEP427 Environment and Development
  GEP428 Geography of Special Areas II
     
     
Structure B  
Physics Major/Chemistry Minor
  P211 Mechanics
  P221 Electricity and Magnetism
  P232 Optics
  P252 Modern Physics
  P242 Thermodynamics
  P200 General Practicals
  C201 Introductory Inorganic Chemistry
     
Chemistry Major/Physics Minor
  C201 Introductory Inorganic Chemistry
  C202 Introductory Physical Chemistry
  C203 Introductory Organic Chemistry
  P211 Mechanics
     
     
     
2. Post Graduate Certificate in Education
Year 1 EDC100 Teaching: Principles and Practice
  EDC120 Educational Technology and Skills
  EDC200 Micro Teaching Laboratory
     
     
Year 2 EDC270 Curriculum Studies: Accounting
  EDC271 Curriculum Studies: Commerce
  EDC272 Curriculum Studies: Economics
  EDC273 Curriculum Studies: African Languages
  EDC274 Curriculum Studies: English
  EDC275 Curriculum Studies: Religious Education
  EDC276 Curriculum Studies: History
  EDC277 Curriculum Studies: Geography
  EDC278 Curriculum Studies: Biology
  EDC279 Curriculum Studies: Chemistry
  EDC281 Curriculum Studies: Mathematics
  EDC282 Curriculum Studies: Physics
  EDC283 Curriculum Studies: French
     
     
Year 3 EDC370 Curriculum Studies: Accounting
  EDC371 Curriculum Studies: Commerce
  EDC372 Curriculum Studies: Economics
  EDC373 Curriculum Studies: African Languages
  EDC374 Curriculum Studies: English
  EDC375 Curriculum Studies: Religious Education
  EDC376 Curriculum Studies: History
  EDC377 Curriculum Studies: Geography
  EDC378 Curriculum Studies: Biology
  EDC379 Curriculum Studies: Chemistry
  EDC381 Curriculum Studies: Mathematics
  EDC382 Curriculum Studies: Physics
  EDC383 Curriculum Studies: French
     
     
Year 4 Students with a single teaching subject shall be required to take the courses:
  EDC110 Curriculum Theory
  EDF300 History and Philosophy of Education