UFH Bachelor of Commerce Honours – taxation Course

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UFH Bachelor of Commerce Honours – taxation Course

UFH Bachelor of Commerce Honours – taxation Course – see details below:

Bachelor of Commerce Honours (taxation)

The UFH Department of Accounting offers a Bachelor of Commerce Honours (taxation) program. This is a full-time one year honours degree specialising in South African taxation. The honours degree contains a taxation course, an assignment course, a research methodology course and a final essay component.

Entry requirements:

  • 60% average results for Taxation 3
  • An entrance essay or nn entrance exam may be required.


Daylan Staude, dstaude@ufh.ac.za

For more applications and information on our post graduate programmes, please contact the departmental secretary on 043 704 7011

See Also:

1. Postgraduate Diploma in Economics: (PGDEcon) 1
2. Postgraduate Diploma in Accountancy: (Preliminary)
3. Postgraduate Diploma in Accountancy: (PGDipAcc)
4. Master of Commerce: M Com
5. Doctor of Public Administration
6. Bachelor of Commerce Generic (Industrial Psychology Stream)
7. Bachelor of Commerce Generic (Economics Stream)
8. Bachelor of Commerce Generic (Business Management Stream)
9. Bachelor of Commerce Accounting: B Com Acc
10. Bachelor of Commerce (Information Systems): B Com (IS) East London Campus
11. Bachelor of Commerce (Honours): B Com (Hons)
12. Bachelor of Administration in Public Administration
13. Bachelor of Administration (Honours): B Admin (Hons) 1
15. Master of Public Administration: MPA
16. Master of Policy Studies: MPS 3
17. Master of Commerce in Development Studies
20. Master of Administration: M Admin
21. Doctor of Philosophy (Social Science Dev): PhD (Social Science Dev)
22. Doctor of Philosophy (in Information Systems)
23. Doctor of Philosophy (in Economics) 3
25. Doctor of Philosophy (in Industrial Psychology) 3
26. Bachelor of Administration Honours: B Admin Hons 3
27. Bachelor of Commerce Honours: Development Studies
28. Advanced Diploma in Accounting bridging (ADA) (bridging programme)
29. Doctor of Commerce – Economics (61500)
30. Bachelor of Social Work
31. Bachelor of Library Studies
32. Master of Commerce in Information Systems
33. Postgraduate Diploma in Public Sector Monitoring

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