SACAP Applications to Study Psychology, HRM and Business Management


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Want to do Psychology but you haven't applied yet? You can study degree and certificate courses at SACAP - in Psychology, Human Resource Management and Business Management.


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Are you intrigued by people and why they do the things they do? Do you want to understand how to help people overcome problems and challenges? Do you want to understand more about motivating others and helping them create positive change in their lives? If you’re fascinated by these questions then studying at SACAP is definitely for you.

SACAP offers multiple certificates, diplomas and degrees for those interested in psychology, counseling and coaching. SACAP also offers online learning. They now also offer a Degree in Social Work at some of their campuses.

There are SACAP campuses in Sandton, Cape Town (Claremont), Durban (Morningside), Pretoria (Brooklyn) - and you can also study online.

SACAP offers the following: 

Psychology & Counseling Courses

These are some of the courses that SACAP offers:

Certificates & Diplomas

  • Higher Certificate in Counselling & Communication Skills
  • Advanced Certificate in Counselling & Communication Skills 

Degrees & Postgraduate

  • Bachelor of Applied Social Science
  • Bachelor of Applied Social Science (Majoring in Human Resource Management and Psychology)
  • BAppSocSci Degree (Majoring in Psychology and Business Management)
  • Bachelor of Social Science Honours (Psychology)
  • Bachelor of Social Science Honours (Psychology) [BPsych Equivalent Programme]
  • Masters of Social Science (Community Mental Health Promotion)

Professional Degrees

  • Bachelor of Psychology (BPsych)
  • Bachelor of Social Sciences Honours (Psychology) [Bpsych Equivalent Programme]

Coaching Courses

Short Courses

  • Coaching in the Workplace

Certificates

  • Coach Practitioner Programme
  • Advanced Coach Practitioner Programme

Postgraduate

  • Postgraduate Diploma in Coaching

You can submit your application form with supporting documents and make payment of your application fee online. Please ensure that you have a certified copy of your ID and highest qualification ready for upload. Additional documentation may be requested for international students and individuals applying for certain qualifications.

 

Click here for more information on SACAP

 








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