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Departments, Schools & Institutes

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The Faculty of Humanities is made up of 11 Departments, 2 Schools and 10 affiliated Centres, Institutes, Libraries and Units.   

For information on semesterised courses, NQF credits and levels, aggregations, pre-requisites, subminimums etc., please see the following table:
Humanities subject table 
Departments:

Anthropology is the systematic study of human beings: past, present and future; body, mind, and spirit. Socio-cultural anthropology, the main focus of anthropology at Rhodes, is chiefly concerned with relationships between people in particular social and cultural contexts. Traditionally, anthropologists have studied small, isolated communities a long way from their own homes, where all aspects of the local society and culture could be investigated by a single researcher. Today, anthropologists' interests include a much wider range of contexts from families to classrooms, congregations to boardrooms, neighbourhoods to workplaces and they take account of the widest influences including the impact of globalisation - on their particular context of study. Whether traditional or postmodern, local or global in orientation, anthropology has always provided students with new ways of looking at their own social situations and of understanding those of others. 

ANTHROPOLOGY   S1=Semester 1  S2=Semester 2 Y=Year Course NQF LEVEL NQF CREDIT Subminimum Supp Exam ? Aggregation  Entrance Requirement
3001101 ANT 101 Anthropology 101 S1 5 15 None 40%-49%  40% None
3001102 ANT 102 Anthropology 102 S2 5 15 40%-49%  40% Subminimum of 40% for ANT 101
3001200 ANT 2  Anthropology 2 YEAR 6 30 No n/a ANT 1 
3001300 ANT 3  Anthropology 3  YEAR 7 60 n/a ANT 2 

 The Drama Department provides training in creative and technical skills associated with theatre: acting, dance, design, directing, mime, physical theatre, stage management, theatre administration and voice. On a personal level, drama also encourages growth, self-esteem and confidence by developing communication, interpersonal and collaborative skills - essential life-skills for all careers. A study in drama cultivates practices that are artistic, critical and collaborative. These practices lie at the core of the drama curriculum and provide exciting opportunities for future career developments.

DRAMA     S1=Semester 1  S2=Semester 2 Y=Year Course NQF LEVEL NQF CREDIT Subminimum Supp Exam ? Aggregation  Entrance Requirement
2301100 DRA 1  Drama 1  YEAR 5 30 None No  n/a None
2301200 DRA 2  Drama 2  YEAR 6 30 DRA 1
2301300 DRA 3  Drama 3  YEAR 7 60 DRA 2

Rhodes University in Grahamstown offers exciting possibilities for study in the field of visual art and art making. The Fine Art Department, situated on the beautiful Rhodes campus, has excellent facilities, plenty of studio space, and a fully equipped workshop. A team of skilled and enthusiastic lecturers, with expertise in several areas of contemporary art making, will help you develop your artistic skills both critically and creatively. This will enable you to pursue a career in a variety of art fields.

FINE ART     S1=Semester 1  S2=Semester 2 Y=Year Course NQF LEVEL NQF CREDIT Subminimum Supp Exam ? Aggregation  Entrance Requirement
2410101 AHV 101 Art History & Visual Culture 101 S1 5 15 None 40%-49% 40% None
2410102 AHV 102 Art History & Visual Culture 102 S2 5 15 None
24221A0 FAP 1A Fine Art Practice 1A YEAR 5 30 No  n/a A minimum of 60% for Visual Arts in Grade 12. If below this, an Art Portfolio approval by the HoD of Fine Art.
24221B0 FAP 1B Fine Art Practice 1B YEAR 5 30
2410200 AHV 2  Art History & Visual Culture 2 YEAR 6 30 40% 40%-49% Nov At least one of AHV101 and AHV102
24222A0 FAP 2A Fine Art Practice 2A YEAR 6 30 None No  At least FAP1A; preferably FAP1A and FAP1B
24222B0 FAP 2B Fine Art Practice 2B YEAR 6 30
2410300 AHV 3  Art History & Visual Culture 3 YEAR 7 60 40% 40%-49% Nov AHVC 2
2422300 FAP 3  Fine Art Practice 3 YEAR 7 60 None No At least FAP2A; preferably FAP2A and FAP2B
2410400 AHV 4  Art History & Visual Culture 4 YEAR 8 60 40% 40%-49% Nov AHVC 3
2422400 FAP 4  Fine Art Practice 4 YEAR 8 60 None No  FAP3

At Rhodes we have abandoned old-fashioned approaches to History. We do NOT require you to rote-learn dry factual material. Rather we stimulate you to think independently, imaginatively and critically. History is not just about the past. History courses at Rhodes are designed to help you make sense of the world, the continent and the country that you are living in NOW—and to help you better understand YOURSELF by examining some of the forces that have shaped YOUR life. The study of History pulls it all together and helps you place all other academic disciplines in context and perspective. Please note, not all Histroy 3 modules are offered every year.

HISTORY     S1=Semester 1  S2=Semester 2 Y=Year Course NQF LEVEL NQF CREDIT Subminimum Supp Exam ? Aggregation  Entrance Requirement
1401101 HIS 101 History 101 S1 5 15 None 40%-49%  40% None
1401102 HIS 102 History 102  S2 5 15 No
1401201 HIS 201 History 201  S2 6 15 40% At least of one of HIS 101 or 102 - failed module will need to be repeated concurrently with with relevant semester HIS 2 module with HoD permisison
1401202 HIS 202 History 202  S1 6 15   Subminimum of 40% for HIS 201
1401301 HIS 301 History 301 Making of Modern SA* S1 7 15   History 3: Must pass 3 modules out of four with the failed module at F1 level.  HIS 101+102 and at least ONE of HIS 201 or HIS 202  - the failed HIS 2 semester module will need to be repeated concurrently with the relevant semester History 3 modules WITH HoD permisison. *Not all History 3 modules may be on offer in any particular year.
1401306 HIS 306 History 306 Africa In Crisis* S1 7 15  
1401310 HIS 310 History 310 Introduction to Public History* S2 7 15  
1401311 HIS 311 History 311 SA Environmental* S2 7 15  
1401312 HIS 312 History 312 Zimbabwean Themes* S1 7 15  
1401318 HIS 318 History 318 Specialist* S2 7 15  
1401319 HIS 319 History 319 Universities in South Africa* S1 7 15  
1401321 HIS 321 History 321 Africa Maritime* S2 7 15  

Journalism & Media Studies aims to produce self-reflexive, critical, analytical graduates and media workers, whose practice is of probing, imaginative, civic minded and outspoken. Such graduates are equipped to act as thoughtful, creative and skilled journalists and practitioners able to make meaningful and technically proficient media productions.  Moreover, Journalism and Media Studies seeks to make a valuable intellectual contribution to the broad African media environment, to research, and to the integrated and ongoing education of media practitioners. Students wanting to major in  Journalism and Media Studies MUST do isiXhosa for Journalism in 2nd year.  Journ 4 is the final year of a Bachelor of Journalism degree.

SCHOOL OF JOURNALISM AND MEDIA STUDIES  S1=Semester 1  S2=Semester 2 Y=Year Course NQF LEVEL NQF CREDIT Subminimum Supp Exam ? Aggregation  Entrance Requirement
1701100 JRN 1  Journalism & Media Studies 1 YEAR 5 30 None No None None
1701200 JRN 2  Journalism & Media Studies  2 YEAR 6 30 JMS 1 + Acceptance for JMS 2
1701300 JRN 3  Journalism & Media Studies  3 YEAR 7 60 JMS 2 + minimum of 50% for each Media Studies and Production modules
1701400 JRN 4  Journalism & Media Studies 4 YEAR 8 120 JMS 3 + isiXhosa for Journalism + Acceptance for JMS 4

The School of Languages and Literatures at Rhodes University is an exciting and dynamic unit within the Faculty of Humanities. We currently offer courses in the following areas of language and literary studies:

SCHOOL OF LANGUAGES AND LITERATURES S1=Semester 1  S2=Semester 2 Y=Year Course NQF LEVEL NQF CREDIT Subminimum Supp Exam ? Aggregation  Entrance Requirement
1001200 AFN 2  Afrikaans/Nederlands 2 YEAR 6 30 None No n/a 2 Humanities subjects at 1st year level as well as Afrikaans HL or FAL in Grade 12
1001300 AFN 3  Afrikaans/Nederlands 3 YEAR 7 60 AFN 3
1806100 CHI 1  Chinese Studies 1 YEAR 5 30 None 
1806200 CHI 2  Chinese Studies 2 YEAR 6 30 CHI 2
1806300 CHI 3  Chinese Studies 3 YEAR 7 60 CHI 3
2001101 CLA 101 Classics 101  S1 5 15 0%-49% 40% None 
2001102 CLA 102 Classics 102  S2 5 15 No None 
2001201 CLA 201 Classics 201  S1 6 15 CLA 1
2001202 CLA 202 Classics 202  S2 6 15 CLA 201
2001301 CLA 301 Classics 301  S1 7 30 CLA 2
2001302 CLA 302 Classics 302  S2 7 30 CLA 301
12011A0 FRE 1A French 1 YEAR 5 30 n/a None 
1201200 FRE 2  French 2  YEAR 6 30 FRE 1
1201300 FRE 3  French 3  YEAR 7 60 FRE 2
1302100 GER 1FL German Studies 1 YEAR 5 30 None 
1302200 GER 2FL German Studies 2 YEAR 6 30 GER 1FL
1302300 GER 3FL German Studies 3 YEAR 7 60 GER 2FL
2003101 GRE 101 Ancient Greek 101 S1 5 15 40% None 
2003102 GRE 102 Ancient Greek 102 S2 5 15 GRE 101
2003200 GRE 2  Ancient Greek 2 YEAR 6 30 n/a subminimum of 60% for GRE 1
2003300 GRE 3  Ancient Greek 3  YEAR 7 60 GRE 2
2005101 LAT 101 Classical Latin 101 S1 5 15 40% None 
2005102 LAT 102 Classical Latin 102 S2 5 15 LAT 101
2005200 LAT 2  Classical Latin 2 YEAR 6 30 n/a subminimum of 60% for LAT 1
2005300 LAT 3  Classical Latin 3 YEAR 7 60 LAT 2
1907000 MOD FIC Modern Fiction  (for 2nd / 3rd year students only) YEAR 5 30 None 
180610A UND CH Understanding China (for 2nd / 3rd year students only) S1 6 15 None 
180710C XHO JRN isiXhosa for Journalism YEAR 5 30 None 
1805100 XHS 1M African  Language Studies 1 YEAR 5 30 isiNguni Language at HL Grade 12 level
1805200 XHS 2M African  Language Studies 2 YEAR 6 30 XHS 1M or XHO JRN (MT stream)
1805300 XHS 3M African  Language Studies 3 YEAR 7 60 XHS 2M
18051N0 XHS 1N IsiXhosa  Language Acquisition 1 YEAR 5 30 None 
18052N0 XHS 2N IsiXhosa  Language Acquisition 2 YEAR 6 30 XHS 1N or XHO JRN (NMT stream)
18053N0 XHS 3N IsiXhosa  Language Acquisition 3 YEAR 7 60 XHS 2N

 

"Language is involved in and helps to shape most of the things we do as people. This means Linguistics is a multifaceted discipline, which is involved with language in all its forms and functions. It is interested in everything from the individual sounds of language to the ways in which language influences and reflects society.  In Rhodes University's Linguistics and Applied Language Studies courses we provide an explicitly South African focus and to use examples from local languages and texts, celebrating our rich and complex multilingual society."

LINGUISTICS AND APPLIED LANGUAGE STUDIES S1=Semester 1  S2=Semester 2 Y=Year Course NQF LEVEL NQF CREDIT Subminimum Supp Exam ? Aggregation  Entrance Requirement
19051L0 ELN 1  Linguistics and Applied Language Studies 1 YEAR 5 30 35% No n/a none
19052L0 ELN 2  Linguistics and Applied Language Studies 2 YEAR 6 30 ELN 1
19053L0 ELN 3  Linguistics and Applied Language Studies 3 YEAR 7 60 ELN 2

English at Rhodes involves the study of literature in English, an intrinsically worthwhile cultural pursuit rather than a form of training for employment. Nevertheless, the range of skills associated with the practice of literacy criticism — imaginative reach, interpretive insight, the capacity to deal with verbal and intellectual complexity, the ability to argue coherently and to write with clarity and fluency add up to the kind of general capability that is required and valued in numerous fields of employment. English graduates are regularly selected for places in teaching, journalism, radio, television, theatre, public relations, research, advertising, banking, commerce and information technology.

LITERARY STUDIES IN ENGLISH S1=Semester 1  S2=Semester 2 Y=Year Course NQF LEVEL NQF CREDIT Subminimum Supp Exam ? Aggregation  Entrance Requirement
1101101 ENG 101 English 101  S1 5 15 None No 40% None
1101102 ENG 102 English 102  S2 5 15 Subminimum of 40% for ENG 101
1101201 ENG 201 English 201  S1 6 15 ENG 1
1101202 ENG 201 English 202  S2 6 15 Subminimum of 40% for ENG 201
1104200 AES 2 E Combined English Studies 2 YEAR 6 30 n/a ENG 1 + ELN 1
1101301 ENG 301 English 301  S1 7 30 40% ENG 2
1101302 ENG 302 English 302  S2 7 30 Subminimum of 40% for ENG 301
1104300 AES 3 C Combined English Studies 3 YEAR 7 60 n/a ENG 2 + ELN 2 or AES2 E

The Rhodes Music Department, established in 1923, is one of the oldest music departments in the country. Its graduates have always played an important role in the musical and educational life of South Africa, and are now doing so increasingly at an international level. Rhodes Music has eagerly taken on the challenge asked of a changing country and world, reflecting not only the musical diversity of our country but the technological sophistication of the IT age.

MUSIC AND MUSICOLOGY S1=Semester 1  S2=Semester 2 Y=Year Course NQF LEVEL NQF CREDIT Subminimum Supp Exam ? Aggregation  Entrance Requirement
2557100 IMS 1  Instrumental Music 1: Western Art or Jazz YEAR 5 30 None No  n/a Matric music or equivalent + audition 
    Instrumental Music 1: African Ensamble YEAR 5 30 None
2557200 IMS 2  Instrumental Music 2: Western Art or Jazz YEAR 6 30 IMS 1 WA & J / Matric music or equivalent + audition.
    Instrumental Music 2: African Ensamble YEAR 6 30 IMS 1 AE
2557300 IMS 3  Instrumental Music 3: Western Art or Jazz YEAR 7 60 IMS 2 WA & J / Matric music or equivalent + audition.
    Instrumental Music 3: African Ensamble YEAR     IMS 2 AE
2553114 MCH 1JZ Jazz 1  S2 5 15 40%-49% 40% None
2553214 MCH 2JZ Jazz 2  S2 6 15 MCH 1MH
2553113 MCH 1MH Music Health and the Brain 1 S2 5 15 None
2553213 MCH 2MH Music Health and the Brain 2 S2 6 15 MCH 1JZ
2553111 MCH 1WE Western Art Music 1 S1 5 15 None
2553211 MCH 2WE Western Art Music 2 S1 6 15 MCH 1WO
2553112 MCH 1WO World Music 1  S1 5 15 None
2553212 MCH 2WO World Music 2  S2 6 15 MCH 1WE
2553300 MCH 3  Music Culture and History 3 YEAR 7 60 n/a MCH 2 
2554101 MUS 101 Music Theory and Analysis 101 S1 5 15 40% None 
2554102 MUS 102 Music Theory and Analysis 102 S2 5 15 MUS 101
255420A MUS 2  Music Theory and Analysis 2 YEAR 6 30 n/a MUS 1
255430A MUS 3 Music Theory and Analysis 3 YEAR 7 60 MUS 2
2554400 MUS 4  Music 4  YEAR 8 120 No  MUS 3
2559100 STC 1  Sound Technology 1 YEAR 5 30 40%-49% None
2559200 STC 2  Sound Technology 2 YEAR 6 30 STC 1

Philosophy begins when we realise that this world is problematic and puzzling, and that we understand neither the world nor our own place in it.

Attempting to understand the problematic nature of our world involves questioning the basic assumptions we make about ourselves and about our place in the world. This is difficult, because these assumptions are often the assumptions we make without questioning and upon which we base our lives. Some of these assumptions provide a framework for the ways in which we look at and act in the world.

PHILOSOPHY   S1=Semester 1  S2=Semester 2 Y=Year Course NQF LEVEL NQF CREDIT Subminimum Supp Exam ? Aggregation  Entrance Requirement
1501101 PHI 101 Philosophy 101  S1 5 15 None 40%-49% 40% None
1501102 PHI 102 Philosophy 102  S2 5 15
1501201 PHI 201 Philosophy 201  S1 6 15 Any of the following configurations: PHI 101 AND PHI 102; PHI 101 (OR PHI 102) AND ZoBOM 101 (OR ZoBOM 102); a 70% pass in ZoBOM 101 OR ZoBOM 102.
1501202 PHI 202 Philosophy 202  S2 6 15 Any of the following configurations:  PHI201;  PHI 101 AND PHI 102; PHI 101 (OR PHI 102) AND ZoBOM 101 (OR ZoBOM 102); a 70% pass in ZoBOM 101 OR ZoBOM 102.
1501300 PHI 3  Philosophy 3  YEAR 7 60 40-49% June/Nov n/a PHI 2
1501111 zoBOM A IiNtetho zoBomi 101 S1 5 15   40% None
1501112 zoBOM B IiNtetho zoBomi 102 S2 5 15   None

Political Studies focuses on the problems of politics from the wide ranging perspectives of several different disciplines. There is little agreement of what politics is, although there is an almost universal consensus that politics is important and of concern to everyone.

POLITICS AND INTERNATIONAL STUDIES S1=Semester 1  S2=Semester 2 Y=Year Course NQF LEVEL NQF CREDIT Subminimum Supp Exam ? Aggregation  Entrance Requirement
1601101 POL 101 Political/Int Studies 101 S1 5 15 None 40%-49% 40% None
1601102 POL 102 Political/Int Studies 102 S2 5 15 None.  If POL 101 attempted in the same year then at least a DP for POL 101
1601200 POL 2  Political/Int Studies 2 YEAR 6 30 No n/a POL 1
1601300 POL 3  Political/Int Studies 3 YEAR 7 60 POL 2

Psychology is the study of human experience and behaviour.  It is a science that offers a description of the range of human emotions, abilities and thought processes.  It examines people’s attitudes and motives, both conscious and unconscious.  The work of psychologists has many practical applications in organisations, schools, hospitals, clinics and counselling centres.  The study of psychology can also be personally enriching, providing insight into your experience of relationships, motivations and goals and emotional life.  It also offers guidelines for more skilful living and successful handling of everyday problems in the family, in relationships and in the work setting.  The subject matter of psychology is people:  people from before birth through infancy and childhood, through adolescence and young adulthood to mature adulthood and old age, and, ultimately, people facing death.  Psychology attempts to encompass the full range of human experience as it is lived in different political, socio-economic and cultural settings.

PSYCHOLOGY   S1=Semester 1  S2=Semester 2 Y=Year Course NQF LEVEL NQF CREDIT Subminimum Supp Exam ? Aggregation  Entrance Requirement
2701101 PSY 101 Psychology 101  S1 5 15 None 40%-49%  40% None
2701102 PSY 102 Psychology 102  S2 5 15 None
2701201 PSY 201 Psychology 201  S1 6 15 PSY 101+102
2701202 PSY 202 Psychology 202  S2 6 15 PSY 101+102
2701301 PSY 301 Psychology 301  S1 7 30 PSY 201+202
2701302 PSY 302 Psychology 302  S2 7 30 PSY 201+202
2702211 ORG 201 Organisational Psychology 201 S1 6 15 PSY 101+102
2702212 ORG 202 Organisational Psychology 202 S2 6 15 PSY 101+102
2702311 ORG 301 Organisational Psychology 301 S1 7 30 ORG PSY 201+202
2702312 ORG 302 Organisational Psychology 302 S2 7 30 ORG PSY 201+202

Sociology involves the understanding of the social influences which help to shape our lives. But how do sociologists do this?

A typical sociology study would look at the relationship between different social influences. For example, are working class youths more likely than middle class youths to join gangs in urban areas? If this is so, what are the reasons?

A sociologist’s main task is to understand what lies beneath the visible aspect of our social life. This Involves putting her/himself in the position of the group of people she/he is studying, and trying to understand the social factors influencing the groups behaviour.

An industrial sociologist may look at ways of improving relations between workers and management in a large company. The sociologist would ask such questions as why does management have a particular approach to labour relations and workers a different one. Do their different class backgrounds affect their behaviours and the way they view the world? How do we overcome the problems resulting from these different perceptions and positions?

SOCIOLOGY   S1=Semester 1  S2=Semester 2 Y=Year Course NQF LEVEL NQF CREDIT Subminimum Supp Exam ? Aggregation  Entrance Requirement
3201100 SOC 1  Sociology 1  YEAR 5 30 None 40%-49% June/November n/a None
3201200 SOC 2  Sociology 2  YEAR 6 30 SOC 1
3201300 SOC 3  Sociology 3 YEAR 7 60 SOC 2
3202200 INS 2  Industrial Sociology 2 YEAR 6 30 SOC 1
3202300 INS 3  Industrial Sociology 3 YEAR 7 60 INS 2
Institutes/Units
  • African Studies Centre 
          /africanstudiescentre/
  • Allan Gray Centre for Leadership Ethics (AGCLE) 
          /agcle/
  • Centre for Economic Journalism in Africa (CEJA)
          /jms/thesouthafricanreservebankcentreforeconomicsjournalism/
  • Confucius Institute (CI)
          /confuciusinstituterhodesuniversity/
  • Highway Africa Centre
           http://www.highwayafrica.ru.ac.za/
  • Institute for Social and Economic Research (ISER)
           /iser/
  • International Library of African Music (ILAM)
           /ilam/
  • Neil Aggett Labour Studies Unit (NALSU)
           /nalsu/
  • Sol Plaatje Media Leadership Institute (SPI)
           /spi/
  • Unit of Zimbabwean Studies 
           /sociology/research/unitofzimbabweanstudies/about/

 

 

 

 

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