The aim of the Bachelor of Arts in Youth and Community Development is to create qualified, innovative, committed professional and community equipped with professional competencies required for effective youth and community development work in Namibia and the world at large
THIS PROGRAMME IS DESIGNED TO:
• Introduce the discipline of Youth and Community Development;
• Uptake highly interested individuals to develop their competencies within the vast youth development field;
• Develop effective and reflective youth development practitioners capable of applying theory to practice when working with youth;
• Equip students with knowledge, attitudes, and skills and prepare them for work at management level.
• Practitioners or Professionals working with youth including:
• Civil Servants;
• Community Development practitioners;
• Youth Workers; and
• Interested individuals seeking competency at degree level in youth and community development work.
Grade 12 certificate with 25 points (in five modules)
• E symbol in English
• Anyone who has obtained the Diploma in Youth Development Work (DYD) at NAMCOL or Any other equivalent qualification
• Two assignments per module.
• Assignments will contribute 50% towards the final mark.
• An admission mark of 50% through assignment marks is required to sit for the examination in each module.
• One three-hour examination paper per module.
• End of semester examination.
Three-year programme supported by face-to-face sessions
Registration fee is N$2690.00, which should be paid upon registration, the remaining amount should be settled by May 31. The once-off 690.00 data fee is charged with registation for 10G of data each month for the whole year
Registration fee is N$2000.00, which should be paid upon registration, The
remaining amount should be settled by 30 September.
|Type of Fee
|Institutional Core Modules x2
|English For General Communication
|Introduction to Computer
|Year 1 Semester 1:
|3. Learning Processes – Part A
|4. Introduction to Theory and Practice of
|5. Introduction to Sociology
|6. Management and Leadership Skills for Youth Work
|Year 1 Semester 2:
|7. Working with Youth in Community and Organisational Settings
|8. Youth Health Safety and Well-being
|9. Contemporary Issues in Youth Development
|10. Personal and Professional Development
|11. Learning Processes – PART B
|Year 2 Semester 1:
|12. Youth Governance, Transparency and Participation
|13. Sociology of Youth
|14. English for Academic Purposes
|15. Youth and Sustainable Development
|16. Youth Entrepreneurship and Innovation
|Year 2 Semester 2:
|17. Developmental Psychology
|18. Youth Advocacy: Principles and Tools
|19. Youth Advocacy: ICTs in Youth Work
|20. Youth Development Work: Networks, Partnerships and Resources
|21. Introduction to Social Research -PART A
|Year 3 Semester 1:
|22. Supporting Youth in Grief and Trauma
|23. Peace, Conflict Resolution and Mediation
|24. Strategic Planning and Programme Management
|Year 3 Semester 2:
|25. Introduction to Social Reserch – PART B (YEAR MODULE)
|26. Work Integrated Learning
Acc:114 114 3101
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