Course Information and Fees

BTech: ONCOLOGY NURSING
We hope to offer new programmes on undergraduate and postgraduate levels from 2020. This will depend on final SANC approval and Higher Education accreditation of the new programmes. The last intake of our current programmes is 2019
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ONCOLOGY NURSING
We hope to offer new programmes on undergraduate and postgraduate levels from 2020. This will depend on final SANC approval and Higher Education accreditation of the new programmes. The last intake of our current programmes is 2019

BTech: (baccalaureus technologiae)

Learners credited with this Bachelor of Technology (B.Tech) qualification will be able to function as a specialist practitioner with other team members within the health care system for the promotion of health, prevention of malignant conditions, caring for cancer patients and for the dying. They will demonstrate an informed understanding of the principles, theories and emerging issues and debates in oncology and palliative nursing. Further they will apply specialist oncology nursing knowledge and skills as they care for individuals, groups and communities. They will be registered with the South African Nursing Council as Oncology and palliative trained Nurses

We hope to offer new programmes on undergraduate and postgraduate levels from 2020. This will depend on final SANC approval and Higher Education accreditation of the new programmes. The last intake of our current programmes will be 2019, and students will have to complete their qualification by the end of 2021 academic year.
Oncology Nursing brochure
Oncology frequently asked questions

Career Information
This course provides SANC registered nurses with an opportunity to upgrade their academic qualifications and develop an area of specialisation. The BTECH Oncology Nursing programme leads to registration of an additional qualification at SANC as an Oncology Nurse (SANC Regulation R212 of 19 February 1993 as amended).

Career Opportunities
Graduates from this programme can secure jobs in any facility where cancer patients are cared for and managed, whether in a hospital, chemotherapy clinic or palliative care institute.

Admission requirements

Undergraduates

For all Certificate, Diploma and National Diploma applications, consult the General admission requirements.

General admission requirements

Some courses require students to submit additional information as part of their application.

Additional admission requirements

Postgraduates

For all Honours, Masters and Doctorate applications, consult the Postgraduate admission requirements.

Postgraduate admission requirements

Career Advantage
Graduates from this programme will be able to practice dependently/independently within a private or public institute, where cancer patients and their families are being managed. After obtaining the BTech Nursing qualification, graduates are eligible to continue with further study for a Masters Degree provided that the minimum criteria for admission are met.

Syllabus and fees

Fourth Year

The B. Tech: Nursing qualification includes four subjects. Two subjects, i.e. Nursing


Compulsory subject(s):
Compulsory subjects
640 ZAR
8 subjects

Experiential Learning
Students registered for this programme will have to complete 960 hours of experiential learning as per SANC requirements. Students will only be placed in accredited institutions, and have to attend the experiential learning throughout the year. A practical portfolio to be completed by the end of October each year as part of graduation requirements.

A practical portfolio to be completed by the end of October each year as part of graduation requirements.

Duration
The BTech: Oncology Nursing qualification is offered as a one-year full time or two-year part time programme at NQF Level 7. Full time students have one year to complete the course while part time students have two years to complete the course.

The lectures for the Oncology Nursing subjects will be offered on a one day a week basis i.e. on every Tuesday, from 09h00 to 16h00. These Tuesdays are contact sessions and do not include the other experiential learning required.

Application may be made for exemption of the Nursing Research and Nursing Management subjects, once a student has registered for all the subjects.

Students will be registered with SANC at the start of the course, and on registration, each student must submit a certified copy of ID, SANC receipt, a completed registration form, and pay the prescribed fee.

Offering Type and Duration
Part-Time / The B. Tech: Nursing qualification includes four subjects. Two subjects, i.e. Nursing

Course is offered on Bellville Campus.

For any queries get in touch with:

Contact: Ms June Adams
Telephone: 021 959 6183
Fax: -
Email: adamsju@cput.ac.za

NOTE: The fees in this prospectus are for the 2018 academic year and are provided to assist you in your planning.

 

Disclaimer

This information is subject to change based on approval and accreditation of HEQSF aligned qualifications.

Admission requirements may therefore differ between the existing qualification and the HESQF aligned qualification. Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the information on this page; however the University reserves the right at any time, if circumstances require, to make changes to any of the published details.