Unizulu Masters Degree

Unizulu Masters Degree, the purpose of our postgraduate studies support is to coordinate, extend and enhance the postgraduate support systems.



Assist the University in attracting, training and producing quality postgraduate students.

Increase the number of postgraduate students (Honours, Masters and Doctoral students).



Faculty of Education – Postgraduate

  • HONOURS
  • MATHEMATICS/ SCIENCE/ TECHNOLOGY/ ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION Main Campus
  • EDUCATION HONOURS (SPECIAL EDUCATION NEEDS) Main Campus
  • EDUCATION HONOURS (EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY) Main Campus
  • EDUCATION (HONOURS) (EDUCATION SUPPORT SERVICES) Main Campus
  • BACHELOR OF EDUCATION (HONOURS) Main Campus
  • BACCALAUREUS EDUCATIONIS HONOURS (PRIMARY EDUCATION SCIENCE) Main Campus
  • MASTERS
  • SUPPORT SERVICESMain Campus
  • RESEARCH METHODOLOGYMain Campus
  • EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGYMain Campus
  • CURRICULUM AND INSTRUCTIONAL STUDIES- MASTERSMain Campus

Faculty of Arts – Postgraduate

  • HONOURS
  • HONOURS IN INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS (AHON)Main Campus
  • BACHELOR OF ARTS HONOURS IN DEVELOPMENT STUDIES (AHON07)Main Campus
  • BACHELOR OF ARTS HONOURS IN ANTHROPOLOGY (AHON06)Main Campus
  • BA(HONOURS) IN COMMUNICATION SCIENCE (AHON03)Main Campus
  • BA HONOURS IN SOCIOLOGYMain Campus
  • BA HONOURS IN RECREATION AND TOURISMMain Campus
  • BA HONOURS IN PSYCHOLOGY (AHONS18)Main Campus
  • BA HONOURS IN PHILOSOPHY (AHON17)Main Campus
  • BA HONOURS IN PENOLOGY (AHON05)Main Campus
  • BA HONOURS IN INFORMATION SCIENCE BIS (AHON13)Main Campus
  • BA HONOURS IN HISTORY (AHON12)Main Campus
  • BA HONOURS IN GERMAN (AHON11)Main Campus
  • BA HONOURS IN GEOGRAPHY (AHON10)Main Campus
  • BA HONOURS IN GENERAL LINGUISTICS (AHON09)Main Campus
  • BA HONOURS IN ENGLISH (AHON08)Main Campus
  • BA HONOURS IN CRIMINOLOGY (AHON04)Main Campus
  • BA HONOURS IN AFRIKAANS (AHON1)Main Campus
  • BA HONOURS IN AFRICAN LANGUAGES AND CULTURE (AHON14)Main Campus
  • MASTERS
  • MASTER OF SOCIAL WORK (AMAS23)Main Campus
  • MASTER OF RECREATION AND TOURISM (MRT)Main Campus
  • MASTER OF ARTS IN SOCIOLOGY (AMAS26)Main Campus
  • MASTER OF ARTS IN RECREATION AND TOURISM (MA)Main Campus
  • MASTER OF ARTS IN RECREATION AND TOURISM – COURSEWORK (MRT)Main Campus
  • MASTER OF ARTS IN POLITICAL SCIENCE (AMAS30)Main Campus
  • MASTER OF ARTS IN PHILOSOPHY (AMAS17)Main Campus
  • MASTER OF ARTS IN INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS (AMAS31)Main Campus
  • MASTER OF ARTS IN INFORMATION SCIENCE (MLIS) (AMAS13)Main Campus
  • MASTER OF ARTS IN HISTORY (AMAS12 )Main Campus
  • MASTER OF ARTS IN GEOGRAPHY (AMAS10)Main Campus
  • MASTER OF ARTS IN ENGLISH (AMAS08)Main Campus
  • MASTER OF ARTS IN DEVELOPMENT STUDIES (AMAS07)Main Campus
  • MASTER OF ARTS IN CRIMINOLOGY (AMAS04)Main Campus
  • MASTER OF ARTS IN COUNSELLING PSYCHOLOGY (AMAS19)Main Campus
  • MASTER OF ARTS IN COMMUNITY WORK (AMAS24)Main Campus
  • MASTER OF ARTS IN COMMUNICATION SCIENCE (AMAS03)Main Campus
  • MASTER OF ARTS IN CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY (AMAS18)Main Campus
  • MASTER OF ARTS IN ANTHROPOLOGY (AMAS06)Main Campus
  • MASTER OF ARTS IN AFRIKAANS (AMAS01)Main Campus
  • MASTER OF ARTS DEGREE (AMAS14)Main Campus
  • PHD
  • DOCTORATE OF PHILOSOPHY IN GEOGRAPHY (ADPH10)Main Campus
  • DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY IN TOURISM AND RESEARCH (D.PHIL.)Main Campus
  • DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY IN SOCIOLOGY (ADPH26)Main Campus
  • DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY IN SOCIAL WORK (ADPH23)Main Campus
  • DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY IN RECREATION AND TOURISM (D.PHIL.)Main Campus
  • DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY IN POLITICAL SCIENCE (APHD30)Main Campus
  • DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY IN PHILOSOPHY (APHD17)Main Campus
  • DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY IN INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS (APHD31)Main Campus
  • DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY IN INFORMATION SCIENCE (PHD LIS) (ADPH13)Main Campus
  • DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY IN INDUSTRIAL SOCIOLOGY (ADPH27)Main Campus
  • DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY IN HISTORY (ADPH12)Main Campus
  • DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY IN ENGLISH (ADPH08)Main Campus
  • DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY IN DEVELOPMENT STUDIES (ADPH07)Main Campus
  • DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY IN COMMUNITY PSYCHOLOGY AEC800 (APHD20)Main Campus
  • DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY IN COMMUNICATION SCIENCE (ADPH03)Main Campus
  • DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY IN ANTHROPOLOGY (ADPH06)Main Campus
  • DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY IN AFRIKAANS (ADPH01)Main Campus
  • DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY (ADPH14)Main Campus
  • DEGREE OF DOCTOR OF LITERATURE AND PHILOSOPHYMain Campus

MASTER OF ARTS DEGREE (AMAS14)

MASTER OF ARTS DEGREE (AMAS14)  NQF LEVEL 9 TOTAL NUMBER OF CREDITS 120

Master of Arts in IsiZulu (AMAS14)



Master of Arts in SeSotho (AMAS15)

Master of Arts in SiSwati (AMAS16)

A dissertation on an approved subject

Master of Laws (LLM)



Following the LLB degree a candidate may pursue a Magister Legum degree by following a research programme. The minimum period of study is one year full-time, and two years part-time. Specific rules relating to the Degree of Magister Legum are:

  1. Research on an approved field of study must be undertaken under the guidance of a supervisor, and a dissertation (or thesis of limited scopes)
  2. A student may be required to undergo an examination, written or oral, in the field of study of his or her
  • Material previously included in a LLB dissertation may, with the approval of Faculty, be included in a LLM
FACULTYCommerce, Administration and Law
DEPARTMENT:Law
DegreeMaster of Laws
MajorsLegal Profession
AbbreviationLLM
Qualification Code (SAQF)22415
UNIZULU CodeCLLM06
NQF EXIT Level9
Admission RequirementsBachelor of Laws
Minimum duration of studies1 Year
Intake for the qualification:January
Registration Cycle for the Modules:January
Total credits to graduate:180