The B degree Consumer Science (Food & Nutrition Stream) aims to train Consumer Scientists knowledgeable in nutrition.
This qualification will not enable students to register with the Health Professions Council of South Africa (HPCSA) as a dietician or nutritionist. The practical sessions will be conducted in Gauteng.
The purpose of the degree is to provide the student with knowledge, understanding, and competence in any of food, clothing and textiles, hospitality services, or nutrition, with business management to enable them to set up their own businesses; to work in the retail sector, or to act as advisors or facilitators.
|Qualification stream:||Fashion Small-Business Management|
|Qualification code:||98005 – FSB|
|Maximum time to complete this qualification:||8 years|
Qualification admission requirements
Your admission to Unisa is dependent on you meeting the specific admission requirements for your chosen qualification.
A National Senior Certificate (NSC) (Degree endorsement) or equivalent with at least 50% in the language of teaching and learning and 40% in Mathematics or Technical Mathematics or 60% in Mathematical Literacy,
a Senior Certificate (SC) with matriculation exemption or qualify for the exemption from the Matriculation Board with at least a D symbol on HG or a C symbol on SG in the language of teaching and learning and with at least an E symbol on HG or a D symbol on SG in Mathematics,
an appropriate Higher Certificate that satisfies the Language and Mathematics requirements.
Applicants who do not comply with the above requirements should consider applying for a lower level qualification for which they meet the statutory and additional requirements.
Student fees and funding your studies
Pay the application fee once you’ve received your student number:
R120 for online applications
Use the student number you receive from Unisa AND the application fee reference number (ie STUDENT NUMBER 5370810030)
Send the proof of payment to email@example.com
Visit www.unisa.ac.za/paymentinfo for banking details and payment information.
Please note that this application fee is non-refundable even if you decide not to study through Unisa, do not qualify for admission to Unisa or cannot be offered a space due to limited spaces available.
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Applications for admission to Unisa’s undergraduate qualifications (higher certificates, advanced certificates, diplomas, advanced diplomas & degrees) will be open from 11 August to 15 October 2022.
Please take note of the following:
All applications for admission must be submitted online. No self-help stations will be available for applications.
Admission to a qualification is not automatic. It will depend on whether you comply with the admission requirements and if space is available.
Additional support for this qualification via TVET colleges
Unisa has an agreement with various Technical Vocational Education and Training (TVET) colleges to offer classes in a selected number of qualifications. These classes have proved to generally improve the throughput rate of students who enroll for them.
Take note of the following:
Make sure that your TVET college of choice offers support in your qualification.
Apply for admission during Unisa’s application period via your TVET college or via Unisa.
Unisa will send the necessary information about registration dates and the registration process to all successful applicants who have confirmed their acceptance of Unisa’s offer. Visit www.Unisa.ac.za/register for registration information.
What can I do with a Bachelor of consumer science degree?
Consumer consultant, designer, buyer, marketer or quality controller of consumer and food products, product developer, quality controller, consultant or researcher in the food industry.