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BACHELOR OF BUSINESS SCIENCE
DOUBLE MAJOR – ECONOMICS & ACCOUNTING :

2013

Please read the following RULES carefully. Failure to adhere to the rules will result in students not being able to course complete. Students MUST meet the following course requirements: Number of units

Description of units

6 x Compulsory
common core units


AFW 1000 Principles of accounting and finance

BTW 1201 South African business law A

ECW 1101 Introductory microeconomics

ETW 1102 Business statistics

MGW 1010 Introduction to management

MKW 1120 Marketing theory and practice
st
1 MAJOR – Economics
Eight compulsory Economics units (seven units plus ECW
1101)

7 x Economics units

8 x Accounting
units

2nd MAJOR – Accounting
Eight compulsory Accounting units

3 x Open elective
units

From any Faculty of Business and Economics programs
and campuses, or from disciplines offered by another
faculty

24 Units
(Max 10 yrs to
complete)
Additional degree
requirements
----->

Points
required

Achievement
Compulsory common core units ECW 1101 and AFW
1000 AND:

BTW 1201

ETW 1102

MGW 1010 -included in Management major

MKW 1120 -included in Marketing major
st
1 Major – eight units with at least two units (12
points) completed at each of second and third-year
levels. Common core unit ECW 1101 is part of the
required eight units for this major.
2nd Major – eight units with at least two units (12
points) completed at each of second and third-year
levels
Four open electives

36 Points

42 Points

48 Points

18 Points

144 Points

Up to a MAXIMUM of 10 first-year level units (60 points)
A MINIMUM of six third-year level units (36 points), of which at least four units (24 points) must be from those offered by the faculty
In addition to specific unit prerequisites, second-year level units require the successful completion of three first-year level units; third-year level units require the successful completion of two second-year level units

FIRST YEAR OF STUDY – 48 POINTS
AFW 1000 (Core)
Principles of accounting and
SEMESTER 1
finance

ETW 1102 (Core)
Business statistics

MGW 1010 (Core)
Introduction to management

ECW 1102 (1st Major)
Introductory macroeconomics

MKW 1120 (Core)
Marketing theory and practice

BTW 1201 (Core)
South African business law A

AFS 2730 (2nd Major)
Financial accounting A

ECW 2730 (1st Major)
Macroeconomic policy

ECW 2141 (1st Major)
Economics of labour markets

[AFW 1002]

[ECW 1102 or equivalent]

[ECW 1101 or equivalent]

AFS 2780 (2nd Major)
Corporate finance A

AFS 2740 (2nd Major)
Financial accounting B

ECW 2731 (1st Major)
Managerial economics

[AFW 1000 or AFW 1001]

[AFW 2710 or AFS 2730]

[ECW 1101 or equivalent]

Proposed
OPEN ELECTIVE
[AFS 2700 / BTW 3201/
MGW 2230 / MGW 2351]

AFS 3730 (2nd Major)
Financial accounting C

ECW 3830 (1st Major)
Business, competition &
regulation

Proposed
OPEN ELECTIVE
[BTW 3301 / ECW 3567]

[ECW 1102 and ECW 2731
or equivalent]

SEMESTER 2

ECW 1101 (Core & 1st Major)
Introductory microeconomics

[check prereq]

ECW 3121 (1st Major)
Economics of international trade

ECW 3143 (1st Major)
Economics of money & banking

[ECW 1102 and ECW 2120
or ECW 2731 or equivalent]

[ECW 1101 and ECW 2730
or equivalent]

AFW 1002 (2nd Major)
Introduction to financial
accounting
[AFW 1000]

SECOND YEAR OF STUDY – 48 POINTS
AFS 2770 (2nd Major)
Cost and management
SEMESTER 1
accounting A
[AFW 1000]

SEMESTER 2

THIRD YEAR OF STUDY – 48 POINTS
AFS 3790 (2nd Major)
Corporate finance B
SEMESTER 1
[AFW 2780 or AFS 2780]

SEMESTER 2

AFS 3750 (2nd Major)
Cost and management
accounting B
[AFW 2020 or AFS 2770]

[AFW 2720 or AFS 2740]

Compulsory
OPEN ELECTIVE
AFS 3740
Financial accounting D
[AFW 3730 or AFS 3730]

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