USP offers seven bachelor’s degree qualifications:
• Bachelor of Agriculture (BAgr),
• Bachelor of Arts (BA),
• Bachelor of Commerce (BCom),
• Bachelor of Education (BEd),
• Bachelor of Engineering Technology (BETech),
• Bachelor of Laws (LLB),
• Bachelor of Science (BSc).
These programmes with the exception of the LLB require the completion of 22 courses, while the prescribed and combined bachelor degree requires the completion of 32 courses.
All students admitted into a bachelor programme are required to complete four generic courses: UU100, UU114, UU200 and UU204.
Students must complete a minimum of twenty two courses, eight at 100-level, eight at 200-level and six at 300-level in order to complete a Bachelor’s degree.
New Students: All new degree-level international students will be required to sit an English proficiency test, English Language Skills Assessment (ELSA). Students identified by ELSA will be enrolled in the course, EL001 English Language Skills, which provides students with an opportunity to acquire the English language skills needed for successful university studies. Please note that this is a mandatory requirement for all students enrolled in the Bachelors programme.
Click here to see major subject areas that you can choose to study.
In addition to the above there are special admission requirements specific to some programme or majors.