Unisa online Courses 2023-2024

By | March 11, 2022

Unisa online Courses 2023-2024

Unisa online Courses 2023-2024

Unisa online Application Status 2023-2024


The Department of Decision Sciences offers courses in two colleges, the College of Economic and Management Sciences (CEMS) and the College of Science, Engineering and Technology (CSET). The courses are at the following levels:

  • Undergraduate (three years full time, 4-6 years part time)
  • Honours (one year full time, 2-4 years part time)
  • Master’s (two years full time, 2-4 years part time)
  • Doctoral (two years full time, 3-6 years part time)

Undergraduate qualifications

Modules in Decision Sciences can be taken as a major (e.g. Operations Research or Quantitative Management) for the following undergraduate degrees

  • BCom Generic (98314 – GEN)
  • BCom Quantitative Management (98311 – QMA)
  • BSc General (98801 – GEN)

Honours degrees & postgraduate diplomas

  • BCom Hons Financial Modelling (98350)
  • BSc Hons Operations Research (90078)

Master’s (M) and doctoral (D) qualifications

  • Master of Commerce (MCom) in Quantitative Management (98701)
  • Master of Science (MSc) in Operations Research (98597)
  • Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Operations Research (98598)

Prospective students may apply for admission to MSc/MCom or PhD programmes through the Unisa online system. Please attach all relevant and requested documentation. As of June 2015, we also accept M and D students outside the normal Unisa registration periods.  When admitted, students have to complete a research proposal successfully, before admission to the dissertation / thesis part.

For pre-application advice regarding Master’s and Doctoral qualifications and a possible recommendation that could expedite the process, prospective students are advised to study the admission requirements on the Unisa website and then submit the following information by e-mail to QM@unisa.ac.za for preliminary advice:

  • A comprehensive CV
  • A certified copy of your ID document or passport photo page
  • A full academic record (official transcripts)
  • A copy of the Honours research project (for admission to the Master’s) or Master’s dissertation (for admission to the PhD)
  • A brief statement of interest (of approximately one page in length) outlining a research topic or topic(s) of
  • Any previous Unisa student number(s) if applicable



Rhodes University Online Application
University of Stellenbosch Online Application
University of the Western Cape Online Application
University of the Witwatersrand Online Application


For more information and inquiries, you can contact The University of South Africa UNISA by visiting the official website.

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