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DEPARTMENTAL RULES

General Rules

Under-Graduate Study

Post-Graduate study

Details Of Programmes

Module Discriptions

DETAILED DESCRIPTORS

Pre-Graduate Modules

Post-Graduate Modules

Facilities

Staff

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Vision

To be one of the most renowned and acclaimed vanguards in the field of Biology, both locally and internationally.

Mission

Our mission as a Department is to offer an integrated, meaningful and sustainable higher education to our students in the field of Biology; which is shaped and characterized by principles that encompass, amongst other things, student centred learning, professionalism and best practices thus placing our students on a path which will ensure their sustainable growth and development.

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CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

Any young biologist entering the market, after graduating at a university, has to realize that Biology encompasses a wide field in which to apply the acquired skills.

Careers are not limited to institutions like those at which the students trained. Opportunities at these institutions are few and mainly are available for academically strong candidates who are interested in postgraduate research and teaching.

The main market comprises a large number of state, provincial, local authority, and private employers.

Teaching at primary and tertiary school level, as well as national and provincial conservation bodies are the only employers taking larger numbers of employees in this field. This is a narrow scope within which to find employment. It is, therefore, important for the Biologist to consider the full spectrum to which Biology applies, and to realize that many other employers use Biologists.

Biology skills are applied in ecology, tourism, environmental monitoring, environmental resource development, impact of industries on the environment, water purity, sanitation, food production, food processing, animal and plant health, parasite control as well as in many aspects that are of importance to society.

For all the career possibilities the young biologist has to look wider than the formal education departments (primary to tertiary level) and public conservation bodies. Many large concerns (mines, electricity suppliers, paper mills, saw mills) need Biologists to study and to advise them on the impact that their activities have on the environment. Larger libraries, the forestry department, water affairs, several private conservation bodies, game farms, science and technology companies, pharmaceutical companies, chemical distributors (UAP, BAYER, and others), and tour operators also use the services of biologists.

A very useful source of information is the booklet “A career in zoology” published by the Zoological Society of southern Africa . This booklet is available on the website of the society (http://www.up.ac.za/academic/acadorgs/zssa/).

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A. GENERAL RULES

RELATIONS TO OTHER RULES

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1.1 Departmental Rules should be read in conjunction with the University General Rules (G-Rules), Faculty of Science and Agriculture Rules (FSA-Rules) and School of Molecular and Life Sciences Rules (SMLS-Rules) and, except where otherwise stipulated by the Department, should hold good for the Department.

1.2 Faculty is the custodian of all academic rules in the Faculty. All proposed academic rule changes at departmental level must, therefore, be approved by Faculty before implementation.

DEGREE PROGRAMMES

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2.1 Before enrolment into any of the programmes on offer by the Department, it is the responsibility of each student to acquaint him/herself with all applicable Rules, academic and other, including the G-rules, FSA-rules and SMLS-rules.

2.2 Every student shall follow a curriculum, approved by the Head of Department, for at least the minimum period prescribed for the degree as specified under Rule G10 and Rule SMLS2.

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B. RULES FOR UNDERGRADUATE STUDY

PROGRAMME ENROLMENT AND COMPOSITION

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3.1 For admission into the Department of Biology, Rule SMLS3.6 applies.

3.2 The curriculum shall extend over three year levels and be composed of a combination of modules that include two majors selected as follows (also see Rule SMLS3.3):

3.2.1 Biology with any one of the following courses presented at the Medunsa Campus as majors may be selected, preferably Biochemistry, Psychology, Physiology or Chemistry, provided that there are no clashes on the time table.

3.2.2 For a degree majoring in Biology as one of the majors, credits of at least the following 6 modules on offer by the Department must successfully be accumulated: BLGY103, BLGY104, BLGY201, BLGY202, BLGY301 and BLGY302.

3.2.3 Module titles, credit values, content and prerequisites/entry assumptions are described under departmental module descriptors.

3.3 In all instances Rules FSA2.4, FSA2.5 and FSA2.6 will strictly apply.

ASSESSMENT AND RELATED ASPECTS

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4.1 These rules should be read in conjunction with Rules G12 to G23, Rule FSA4 and Rule SMLS4.

4.2 All modules in the Department are subjected to continuous assessment, with the final mark calculated as follows: average of formative theory, formative practical assessments and summative practical assessments (60%) and summative theory assessment (40%).

4.3 Assessment of all modules will be managed by the departmental assessment policy and procedure.

4.4 Assessment criteria of each module are described under departmental module descriptors.

4.5 Rules G12.2 and FSA4.3.1 will apply to BLGY103 and BLGY104 only.

4.6 The School Assessment Policy (SAP) will apply except in the following instances:

SAP Rule 2.3.3.1 Lecturers and Academic Support Staff

·Where more than one lecturer presents a module, these lecturers will be considered as the primary internal examiners and each lecturer will be responsible for assessing his/her part of the module.

· A course coordinator/s will be appointed for each year level. The course coordinator/s will be registered as the second internal assessor on the prescribed form and will be responsible for coordinating all relevant duties pertaining to that particular year level and will cooperate with the external examiners on relevant issues.

· All examination and modular test papers and memoranda are checked by all academic staff available, to ensure that these are of (1) a good quality, standard and fair, (2) that the questions are clear, unambiguous and grammatically sound and (3) that the mark allocation is appropriate

SAP Rule 2.3.3.2 External Examiner/Moderator

· Two external examiners/moderators may be appointed with their approval for all first, second, third year and post-graduate levels.

· The external examiners will cooperate with the course coordinators on relevant issues.

SAP Rule 2.3.5.3 Processing and Security

All items will be adhered to with the following changes:

11. After compiling the question papers, a meeting is convened by the HOD involving all academic staff members to proof read the question papers.

18. Hard copies of the examination question papers are kept in the safe in the office of the HOD. The copies are made by the course coordinator, and again locked in the safe. The question papers are removed just prior to the examination event.

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C. RULES FOR POSTGRADUATE STUDY

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5.1 The rules contained under Sections A, C, D, E and F in the General Rules of the University, Sections A, C, D and E of the Faculty of Science and Agriculture Rules and Section C of the School of Molecular and Life Sciences Rules apply.

5.2 Prospective students will only be registered and enrolled for postgraduate studies after consultation with and approval by the Head of Department/Departmental Selection Committee.

5.3 Renewal of registration for Masters and Doctoral students in subsequent years will only be allowed subject to approval by the Head of Department and supervisor(s) concerned, and with the provision of Rules G31.1, G44 and G54.

HONOURS BACHELOR OF SCIENCE: BSc (HONS) [BIOL]

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6.1 The programme extends over a period of one academic year.

6.2 Programme admission: A BSc-degree with Biology, Botany, Zoology or any other relevant subject (final year mark of at least 60%) as a major subject. Candidates with alternative qualifications may be admitted on special recommendation of the Departmental Honours Selection Committee after a personal interview. Admission may also be subject to the application of the RPL-policy of the University of Limpopo. 6.3 Programme structure: The programme consists of five (5) theory modules BLGY701, BLGY702, BLGY703, BLGY704, BLGY705 and a supervised research project BLGY700, the latter which culminates in a research report and a poster moderated by an external assessor. The duration for each theory module is five weeks, inclusive of all assessment processes, as scheduled internally by the Department. The research project is continuous throughout the academic year.

6.4 In all instances Rules FSA2.4, FSA2.5 and FSA2.6 will strictly apply.

MASTER OF SCIENCE: MSc [BIOL]

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7.1 Programme admission: A BSc (Hons)-degree in Biology, Botany, Zoology or any other relevant subject.

7.2 A candidate, who does not meet the requirement under 7.1, may be admitted on special recommendation, after consultation with and approval by the Head of Department/ Departmental Selection Committee and a Supervisor.

7.3 Programme structure: The MSc in Biology comprises a dissertation (Rule G45.1) based on the results of an approved supervised research project.

7.3.1 Depending on the field of research, an external supervisor(s) may be required to suffice effective supervision of the project.

7.4 Assessment criteria: Apart from internal assessment by the supervisor(s), at least two external assessors (Rule G41.1), officially appointed by the University, will assess the dissertation. The Department recommends a submission ready manuscript for publication to be submitted simultaneously when the dissertation is submitted for assessment.

DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY: PhD [BIOL]

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8.1 Programme admission: An MSc-degree in Biology, Botany, Zoology or any other relevant subject.

8.2 A candidate, who does not meet the requirement under 8.1, may be admitted on special recommendation, after consultation with and approval by the Head of Department.

8.3 Programme structure: The PhD in Biology comprises a thesis (Rule G57) based on the results of an approved original supervised research project.

8.3.1 Depending on the field of research, an external supervisor(s) may be required to suffice effective supervision of the project.

8.4 Assessment criteria: Apart from internal assessment by the supervisor(s), at least two external assessors (Rule G59.1), officially appointed by the University, will assess the thesis. The Department recommends a submission ready manuscript for publication to be submitted simultaneously when the thesis is submitted for assessment.

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DETAILS OF PROGRAMMES, DIPLOMAS AND CERTIFICATES

Undergraduate BSc Programmes

The Department of Biology offers Biology as a qualifying course for a three or four year degree of Bachelor of Science. The four-year BSc commences with a Foundation Course in Biology for students who do not comply with the admission requirements/are not selected for the first level in the three-year qualification. This Foundation Course in Biology therefore precedes Biology I, if the admission requirements for Biology 1 are not met.

The admission requirements for the first level of the three-year BSc is NQF4 and at least an E (F) symbol in the Standard (Higher) grade in Mathematics as well a rating calculated as the sum of marks obtained for the six best Matric subjects.

Possible courses that can be combined with Biology as major courses for a BSc degree are Physiology; Biochemistry, Chemistry and Psychology.

BSc Honours in Biology

A BSc Honours in Biology is also offered. This course focuses on Conservation Biology and Management, Plant Systematics, Palaeontology and Philosophy of Biological Science, Fish Parasitology, Tick Biology and the completion of a research project. Admission requirements are: BSc with 60% for Biology/Zoology III or any relevant subject at third year level and/or a personal interview with the departmental honours selection committee.

Msc and PhD

A Masters and Doctorate degree in Biology can only be achieved through the submission of a dissertation/thesis. Research in the department focuses mainly around Conservation Biology, Acarology and Plant Systematics, Fish Parasites and Palaeontology.

Selection of Masters Students depends on the submission of a BSc Honours Degree Certificate in a relevant field of study acquired at a South African University or an equivalent qualification accredited by the South African Qualifications Authority.

Selection of a PhD student in the department depends on the submission of an MSc certificate in a relevant field of study, acquired at a South African University or an equivalent qualification accredited by the South African Qualifications Authority.

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MODULE DESCRIPTIONS

BSc First Year Level

Semester 1

BLGY 101

Introduction to Biology 1

Semester 2

BLGY 102

Introduction to Biology 2

BSc Second Year Level

Semester 1

BLGY 201

Invertebrate to Lower Chordates

Semester 2

BLGY 202

Lower Vertebrates and Botany

BSc Third Year Level

Semester 1

BLGY 301

Higher Vertebrates

Semester 2

BLGY 302

Advanced Courses in Biology

BSc Honours in Biology

Module 1

BLGY 700

Biology Research Project

Module 2

BLGY 701

Conservation Biology & Management

Module 3

BLGY 702

Plant Systematics

Module 4

BLGY 703

Palaeontology & Phisolophy of Biological Science

Module 5

BLGY 704

Fish Parasitology

Module 6

BLGY 705

Tick Biology

MSc and PhD in Biology

MSc

BLGY 808

Biology (Dissertation)

PhD

BLGY 909

Biology (Thesis)

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DETAILED DESCRIPTORS OF PRE-GRADUATE MODULES

CODE: FBIO 010

FOUNDATION BIOLOGY

CREDITS : 30

Lecture per week

Practicals per week

Tutorials per week

Semester/Quarter

In which presented

5 X 40

1 X 3 Hour

As required

Throughout the year

Content : Scientific method; Investigation skills, hypothesis formation and experimental design, Introduction to graphing (collection, tabulation, display and analysis of result). Reporting of scientific investigations, Theories principles and limitations of science, Fields of Biology. Cell Biology; Microscopy; Cell theory and cell types, Cell structure and function, SNA replication and protein synthesis, Cell division (mitosis and meiosis). Mendelian genetics, Human genetics. Introduction to Botany and Zoology; Anatomy of vascular plants (tissues, stem, root and leaves), Transport in plants (diffusion, osmosis, active transport, transpiration, guttation), Photosynthesis, Introduction to histology (animal tissues), Systems (support, digestive, respiratory, circulatory, nervous, uro-genital, reproduction). Environmental Biology; Classification and nomenclature, plant diversity and adaptations (morphology, reproduction, ecological/economic importance of main groups), Animal diversity (morphology reproduction, ecological/economic importance of main groups), Ecology (population dynamics, communities, ecosystems biomes). Human ecology (pollution, global warming, overgrazing, desertification / deforestation), Sustainable development (conservation, recycling, Biological control).

Assessment : Continuous Assessment (CA): Test, tutorials, p racticals and assignments; and final assessment (FA): The final mark is 60% SA + 40% FA

Entry Assumptions :

As per rule 3.6.

Prerequisites

None

Co-requisites

None


BLGY 104

Introduction to Biology 2

Credits: 15

Lectures per week

Practicals per week

Tutorials per week

Semester

5 x 40 minutes

1 x 3 hours

None

2

Content

An introduction to biology (cont.) and applied concepts of biology with emphasis on the recognition and description of animal epithelial -, connective -, adipose - cartilaginous -, bone -, nervous -, muscle -, blood - and lymphatic tissues types; morphology and function of the digestive -, respiratory -, circulatory -, skeletal - nervous and endocrine systems using the human as model; selected parasites, their life cycles and their vectors; toxic animals, the nature of the toxins and symptoms; selected toxic plants, the nature of the toxins and the symptoms of poisoning

Assessment

- A combination of formative theory assessments, short formative practical assessments, assignments, summative practical assessments and a summative theory assessment at the end of the module.

- The final mark is calculated as follows: Average of formative theory assessments and formative and summative practical assessments (60%), summative theory assessments (40%).

Entry Assumptions

NQF level 4 or equivalent; or successful completion of Foundation Biology (FBIO 010)

Prerequisites

None

Co-requisites

None


BLGY 104

Introduction to Biology 2

Credits: 15

Lectures per week

Practicals per week

Tutorials per week

Semester

5 x 40 minutes

1 x 3 hours

None

2

Content

An introduction to biology (cont.) and applied concepts of biology with emphasis on the recognition and description of animal epithelial -, connective -, adipose - cartilaginous -, bone -, nervous -, muscle -, blood - and lymphatic tissues types; morphology and function of the digestive -, respiratory -, circulatory -, skeletal - nervous and endocrine systems using the human as model; selected parasites, their life cycles and their vectors; toxic animals, the nature of the toxins and symptoms; selected toxic plants, the nature of the toxins and the symptoms of poisoning

Assessment

- A combination of formative theory assessments, short formative practical assessments, assignments, summative practical assessments and a summative theory assessment at the end of the module.

- The final mark is calculated as follows: Average of formative theory assessments and formative and summative practical assessments (60%), summative theory assessments (40%).

Entry Assumptions

NQF level 4 or equivalent; or successful completion of Foundation Biology (FBIO 010)

Prerequisites

None

Co-requisites

None


BLGY 201

Invertebrates to Lower Chordates

Credits: 20

Lectures per week

Practicals per week

Tutorials per week

Semester

5 x 40 minutes

1 x 3 hours

2 x 40 minutes

1

Content

The biology and classification of the Kingdom Protozoa; Subkingdom Protista; Kingdom Animalia, Phyla: Porifera, Cnidaria, Ctenophora, Platyhelminthes, Nemertea, Nematoda, Mollusca, Annelida, Arthropoda, Echinodermata; the biology and classification of the Protochordata (hemichordates) and the Agnatha (jawless fishes).

Assessment

- A combination of formative theory assessments, short formative practical assessments, assignments, summative practical assessments and a summative theory assessment at the end of the module.

- The final mark is calculated as follows: Average of formative theory assessments and formative and summative practical assessments (60%), summative theory assessments (40%).

Entry Assumptions

BLGY 103 and BLGY 104

Prerequisites

None

Co-requisites

None


BLGY 202

Lower vertebrates and Botany

Credits: 20

Lectures per week

Practicals per week

Tutorials per week

Semester

5 x 40 minutes

1 x 3 hours

2 x 40 minutes

2

Content

The biology, classification and identification of South African examples of the vertebrate classes Chondrichthyes, Osteichthyes and Amphibia; concepts and basic principles of the taxonomy of the kingdom Plantae, external and internal organization, physiology and reproduction of Angiosperms.

Assessment

- A combination of formative theory assessments, short formative practical assessments, assignments, summative practical assessments and a summative theory assessment at the end of the module.

- The final mark is calculated as follows: Average of formative theory assessments and formative and summative practical assessments (60%), summative theory assessments (40%).

Entry Assumptions

BLGY 103, BLGY 104

Prerequisites

None

Co-requisites

None


BLGY 301

Higher Vertebrates

Credits: 30

Lectures per week

Practicals per week

Tutorials per week

Semester

5 x 40 minutes

1 x 3 hours

2 x 40 minutes

1

Content

Concepts of animal behaviour of vertebrates; the biology, classification and identification of South African examples of the class Reptilia; the biology, classification and identification of South African examples of the class Aves; the biology, classification and identification of South African examples of the class Mammalia.

Assessment

- A combination of formative theory assessments, short formative practical assessments, assignments, summative practical assessments and a summative theory assessment at the end of the module.

- The final mark is calculated as follows: Average of formative theory assessments and formative and summative practical assessments (60%), summative theory assessments (40%).

Entry Assumptions

BLGY 201 and 202

Prerequisites

None

Co-requisites

None


BLGY 302

Advanced courses in Biology

Credits: 30

Lectures per week

Practicals per week

Tutorials per week

Semester

5 x 40 minutes

1 x 3 hours

2 x 40 minutes

2

Content

Ecological principles and the application thereof in the management of the environment and animal populations; evolutionary relationships of fossil and modern organisms including the evolution of the hominins, changing paleo-environments of southern Africa over the past 3.2 billion years; important laboratory techniques.

Assessment

- A combination of formative theory assessments, short formative practical assessments, assignments, summative practical assessments and a summative theory assessment at the end of the module.

- The final mark is calculated as follows: Average of formative theory assessments and formative and summative practical assessments (60%), summative theory assessments (40%).

Entry Assumptions

BLGY 201, BLGY 202

Prerequisites

None

Co-requisites

None

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DETAILED DESCRIPTORS OF POST-GRADUATE MODULES

BLGY 701

Conservation Biology and Management

Credits: 20

Lectures per week

Practicals per week

Tutorials per week

Semester

9 x 40 minutes

As required

None

1

Content

The focus of this component of the programme will be on the understanding of the different ecological principles and the application thereof in management of ecosystems and animal populations. The module will also focus on most important stars and planets of our galaxy, the relation of earth to the sun, and explain the effects thereof on climate and weather patterns, the different geological series, resulting soil types and the impact thereof on habitat and animal distribution. Students will have to familiarise themselves with the relevant techniques used in conservation management.

Assessment

- A combination of formative theory assessments, assignments, oral and poster presentations, and a summative theory assessment at the end of the module.

- The final mark is calculated as follows: Average of formative theory assessments and formative and summative practical assessments (60%), Summative theory assessment (40%).

Entry Assumptions

BSc with 60% for Biology/Zoology III or any relevant subject at third year level and/or a personal interview with the departmental honours selection committee.

Prerequisites

None

Co-requisites

None


BLGY 702

Plant Systematics and Ethnobotany

Credits: 20

Lectures per week

Practicals per week

Tutorials per week

Semester

9 x 40 minutes

As required

None

1

Content

The focus of this component of the programme will be on the understanding of the different principles of plant classification and nomenclature.

The module will also teach the techniques involved in plant identification and the different sources of taxonomic evidence, the relevant techniques used in the preparation of herbarium material and the management of a herbarium

Assessment

- A combination of formative theory assessments, assignments, oral and poster presentations, and a summative theory assessment at the end of the module.

- The final mark is calculated as follows: Average of formative theory assessments and formative and summative practical assessments (60%), Summative theory assessment (40%).

Entry Assumptions

BSc with 60% for Biology/Zoology III or any relevant subject at third year level and/or a personal interview with the departmental honours selection committee

Prerequisites

None

Co-requisites

None


BLGY 703

Palaeontology and Philosophy of Biological Science

Credits: 20

Lectures per week

Practicals per week

Tutorials per week

Semester

9 x 40 minutes

As required

None

1/2

Content

The focus of this component of the programme will be on the understanding of the principles of doing studies in vertebrate evolution by integrating palaeontological, comparative anatomical and embryological information. The module also focuses on the diversity of fossils, including remains of hominins found in South Africa and the identification of the strata where these fossils are found. The module prepares the student to do independent research and to think and present his thoughts scientifically.

Assessment

- A combination of formative theory assessments, assignments, oral and poster presentations, and a summative theory assessment at the end of the module.

- The final mark is calculated as follows: Average of formative theory assessments and formative and summative practical assessments (60%), Summative theory assessment (40%).

Entry Assumptions

BSc with 60% for Biology/Zoology III or any relevant subject at third year level and/or a personal interview with the departmental honours selection committee

Prerequisites

None

Co-requisites

None


BLGY 704

Fish Parasitology

Credits: 20

Lectures per week

Practicals per week

Tutorials per week

Semester

9 x 40 minutes

As required

None

2

Content

The focus of this component of the programme will be on the

identification and description of different protozoan, trematode, cestode and arthropod fish parasites and to be able to perform the relevant sampling and investigating techniques required in studying these parasites

Assessment

- A combination of formative theory assessments, assignments, oral and poster presentations, and a summative theory assessment at the end of the module.

- The final mark is calculated as follows: Average of formative theory assessments and formative and summative practical assessments (60%), Summative theory assessment (40%).

Entry Assumptions

BSc with 60% for Biology/Zoology III or any relevant subject at third year level and/or a personal interview with the departmental honours selection committee

Prerequisites

None

Co-requisites

None


BLGY 705

Tick Biology

Credits: 20

Lectures per week

Practicals per week

Tutorials per week

Semester

9 x 40 minutes

As required

None

2

Content

The focus of this component of the programme will be on the

identification and description of different tick species and their medical and economic importance. Special attention is also given to the vector capacity of ticks, tick physiology and tick control. Techniques related to tick breeding, field collection of ticks, laboratory tick incubation, tick host interaction studies and tick control are dealt with.

Assessment

- A combination of formative theory assessments, assignments, oral and poster presentations, and a summative theory assessment at the end of the module.

- The final mark is calculated as follows: Average of formative theory assessments and formative and summative practical assessments (60%), Summative theory assessment (40%).

Entry Assumptions

BSc with 60% for Biology/Zoology III or any relevant subject at third year level and/or a personal interview with the departmental honours selection committee

Prerequisites

None

Co-requisites

None


BLGY 700

Research Project

Credits: 20

Lectures per week

Practicals per week

Tutorials per week

Semester

Consultation as required

None - supervised research project

None

First and second

Content

Students will undertake a research project of original research of the student's own choice from a list of suggested topics within the research scope of one of the modules presented.

Assessment

- The research project has to be presented in written publication format to be evaluated by the relevant lecturer; as a Power Point Presentation to be evaluated by the Academic Departmental staff complement and in Poster format to be evaluated by the external examiners.

Entry Assumptions

BSc with 60% for Biology/Zoology III or any relevant subject at third year level and/or a successful personal interview with the departmental honours selection committee

Prerequisites

None

Co-requisites

None

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FACILITIES

Research Facilities

Small Animal Lab

Animal Production Unit

Undergraduate / Post Graduate Labs

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STAFF

Prof FC Clarke – HOD 012 521-4375

Prof E van Heerden 012 521-5894

Prof P King 012 521-5795

Dr J Welman 012 521-4306

Ms EBE Moema 012 521-5891

Mr NM Mogale 012 521-3959

Ms J Bapela 012 521-5843

Mr J Mnisi 012 521-5660

Mrs SE van Zyl – Secretary 012 521-5662

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CONTACT DETAILS

Department of Biology

University of Limpopo (Medunsa Campus)

P.O. Box 139

Medunsa

0402

Tel: 012 521 5662 or 4375

Fax: 012 521 4246

OR email: clarke@ul.ac.za / evanzyl@ul.ac.za


 
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