Faculty of HEALTH SCIENCES
The Faculty of Health Sciences is comprised of the following Schools and Departments:
School of Behavioural Sciences:
Department of Environmental Health.
Department of Psychology.
Department of Social Development Professions.
School of Clinical Care Sciences:
Department of Nursing Sciences.
Department of Radiography.
School of Lifestyle Sciences:
Department of Dietetics.
Department of Human Movement Science.
School of Medicinal Sciences:
Department of Medical Laboratory Sciences.
Department of Pharmacy.
The Faculty of Health Sciences aims to be at the forefront of education, training and research within the health and wellness environment.
The Faculty of Health Sciences strives to:
provide quality professional education and training;
ensure innovative teaching and relevant research;
be informed by community needs;
strengthen its national and international collaboration and partnerships;
promote sustainable development.
Minimum statutory NSC requirements for diploma entry must be met.
Registered with the South African Nursing Council as a general nurse.
Have proof of holding a post as a registered nurse at a clinical facility (renal unit), approved by the South African Nursing Council.
Submit written permission from employer for participation in qualification.
Have proof of at least one year?s clinical experience in a renal unit.
Submit a satisfactory medical report.
Have proof of professional indemnity insurance coverage.
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS FOR APPLICANTS WHO MATRICULATED PRIOR TO 2008
They must be registered with the South African Nursing Council a registered nurse. Candidates must have proof of holding a post as a registered nurse at a clinical facility (renal unit), approved by the South African Nursing Council, have proof of at least one year clinical experience in a renal unit.