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This year the university rolled out its Bachelor of Environmental Health, a four-year programme designed to ensure graduates have the appropriate skills to work as Environmental Health Practitioners.

Thursday, 31 August 2017

Spotlight on ECP programmes

Student transitions to and within university were recently unpacked at the annual Extended Curriculum Programme (ECP) Symposium hosted by CPUT.

Fresh water fish with antidepressants embedded in their plasma is a reality according to a visiting professor from America.

In a bid to professionalize the paralegal sector and contribute to the transformation of the legal profession as well as higher education curricula, CPUT will from 2018 be offering the new Bachelor of Paralegal Studies degree.

A ground-breaking facility offering management development programmes in partnership with the Wholesale and Retail Sector Education and Training Authority (W&R SETA) and CPUT was recently launched.

A book which raises fundamental questions concerning issues of social justice and linguistic human rights was launched during the recent Language Indaba.

The thorny topic of decolonising university curricula was tackled head on during the annual Language Indaba this week.

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