Colleges and Universities Offering Master of Policing in South Africa

  • Course Name: Master of Policing(Policing)
  • Major Subject: Policing
  • Course Category: Masters Courses

Institutions Offering Master of Policing

  •  Southern Business School, Helderkruin  
    1. Research Based
    Duration: 2 Years

    Minimum entry requirement:
    a)Bachelor of Policing Practice Honours degree from Southern Business School
    b)OR Have an Honours degree from another University incorporatingPolicing/Law Enforcement/Safety in Society
    c)OR Have a Policing qualification from another University on an Honours level with intensive exposure to the various disciplines of management (at least five subjects). Be at least 25 years of age or older.
    d)Have a minimum of 4 years relevant work experience
    e)Be proficient in English
    f)Have passed their Policing qualification on Honours level with an average of at least 60%.

    2. Coursework and mini-dissertation
    Duration: 2 Years

    Minimum entry requirement:
    a)Bachelor of Policing Practice Honours degree from Southern Business School
    b)OR Have an Honours degree from another University incorporatingPolicing/Law Enforcement/Safety in Society
    c)OR Have a Policing qualification from another University on an Honours level with intensive exposure to the various disciplines of management (at least five subjects). Be at least 25 years of age or older.
    d)Have a minimum of 4 years relevant work experience
    e)Be proficient in English
    f)Have passed their Policing qualification on Honours level with an average of at least 55%.
  •  Tshwane University of Technology, Pretoria  
    Duration: 1 year

    Minimum entry requirement:
    -An Honours in Policing, or Criminal Justice, or Criminology, or a Baccalaureus Technologiae in Criminal Justice or Policing, or a postgraduate diploma in a related field of study from an accredited South African university.
    -Candidates with a baccalaureus technologiae will be required to complete bridging modules, namely, Applied Research Methodology in Policing and Developing Research Methodology in Policing. Registration for the master’s degree and bridging modules may be undertaken concurrently. Candidates with other qualifications who have not previously completed a module on Research Methodology (at NQF Level 8), will be required to register for the bridging modules.




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