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SCIENCE ENERICHMENT FOUNDATION PROGRAMME

The Science Foundation Programme, which consists of 12 modules, is an extended degree programme for a full academic year to facilitate the academic development of students whose prior learning has been adversely affected by educational or social inequalities.

The Science Enrichment Programme is intended for students who have achieved some level of competencies but still need some foundational provision to successfully complete their degree programmes within the stipulated time. The students of this programme must take 8 foundation modules together with 2 or more modules belonging to the first year degree programme.

Title of the formal (Ministerially approved) qualifications for which students will be registered in the Science Foundation Programme.

BSC (Majors in Mathematics, Physical Science, Chemistry, Biology, Statistics, Microbiology, Biochemistry, Computer Science)
Offered by the School of Mathematical and Natural Sciences.
BENVSC (Environmental Science)
BENVM (Environmental Management)
Offered by the School of Environmental Sciences
BSCAGR (Agriculture)
Offered by the School of Agriculture and Forestry
BSCNUT (Nutrition)
Offered by the School of Health Sciences

Duration of study for the degree programme for students who have registered for the Science Foundation Programme are as follows:

BSC                 ----       4 years
BENVSC         ----       4 years
BENVM           ----       5 years
BSCAGR         ----       5 years
BSCNUT         ----       5 years

Admission requirements

Science Foundation Programme

Matriculation Exemption and a minimum of F(SG) in matric in Mathematics, Physical Science, Biology or Agriculture (at Grade 12 level).

Students with Senior Certificates (must have Mathematics and Physical Science as learning subjects at Grade 12 level) will be selected based on the Senate Entrance Test (Science) or Admission Test.

Science Enrichment Foundation Programme

Matriculation Exemption and a minimum of E(SG) in matric Mathematics, Physical Science, Biology or Agriculture.

Subsequent Years

Students who successfully complete the Foundational Provisional or Extended Degree Programme modules may enroll or register for the first year modules of the degree programme for which they are registered. For the rest of the programme structure, students should consult the appropriate section of the calendar.

Modules offered

FBI 1540                     ----       Foundation Biology I
Shared Characteristics of Life
The living cells --- Anatomy of plant and animal cells
Cell Division and Genetics

           
FBI 1640                     ----       Foundation Biology II
Molecule of Life
Cell in Action
Ecology and Evolution


FCH 1540                   ----       Foundation Chemistry I
Basic Concepts
Atomic Structure
The Periodic Table
Chemical Bonding

           
FCH 1640                   ----       Foundation Chemistry II
Phases of Matter
Reaction Rates and Chemical Equilibrium
Acid and Bases
Redox Reactions and Electrochemical Cells
Organic Chemistry


FGS 1540                    ----       Foundation English and Study Skills I
General strategies for better study methods
Word classes
Types of sentences and their construction
Paragraphing
Text styles (Reading and writing)

FGS 1640                   ----       Foundation English and Study Skills II
Vocabulary Building
Reading from Text books
Comprehension and summarizing skills
Aural and Oral skills in English


FMT 1540                   ----       Foundation Mathematics I
Powers
Estimation and Proportion
Equations and Inequalities
Introductory Calculus I
Numeracy Skills


FMT 1640                   ----       Foundation Mathematics II
Introductory Calculus II
Trigonometry Functions
Exponential and Logarithmic Functions
Matrices and Transformations


FIT 1540                     ----       Information Technology Fundamentals I
Computer Hardware
Computer Software
Windows Operating Systems
Computer Networking and Communication
Internet and the World Wide Web
           


FIT 1640                     ----       Information Technology Fundamentals II
Application of Software and Packages
Introduction to C++


FPH 1540                    ---- Foundation Physics I
Measurements in Physics
Motion in one dimension – Kinematics
Laws of Motion, Momentum, Work, Power, Energy
Hydrostatics, Thermodynamics


FPH 1640                    ---        Foundation Physics II
Waves
Sound
Electromagnetism
Light and Optics
Electromagnetic Waves
Magnetism and Electricity

The following is a list of publications and research done by staff members of the Department of Science Foundation:


Stanford Shateyi

[1] S. Shateyi,  S. S. Motsa and  Y. Khan,  A new piecewise spectral homotopy analysis of the Michaelis-Menten enzymatic reactions model, accepted for publication in  Numerical Algorithms.

[2] S. Shateyi, A new numerical approach for MHD flow of a Maxwell fluid past a vertical stretching sheet in the presence of thermophoresis and chemical reaction, accepted for publication in Boundary Value Problems.

[3] S. Shateyi, and G. Marewo, A new numerical approach of MHD flow, heat and mass transfer for the UCM fluid over a stretching surface in the presence of thermal radiation, accepted for publication in the journal,  Mathematical Problems in Engineering} (Special issue: New Developments in Fluid Mechanics and Its Engineering Applications),  Volume 2013.
                
[4] S.S. Motsa, Z. Makukula,  S. Shateyi, Spectral local linearisation approach for natural convection boundary layer  flow,   Mathematical Problems in Engineering,  (Special issue: New Developments in Fluid Mechanics and Its Engineering Applications) Volume 2013

[5]  S. Shateyi  and , O. D. Makinde, Hydromagnetic stagnation point flow towards a radially stretching convectively heated disk, Volume 2013, 1-8, http://dx.doi.org/10.1155/2013/616947Mathematical Problems in Engineering.

[6]  S.S. Motsa, O. D. Makinde and S. Shateyi, On the successive linearisation approach to flow of reactive third-grade liquid in a channel with isothermal walls, Volume 2013, 1-7,  http://dx.doi.org/10.1155/2013/635392, Journal  Mathematical Problems in Engineering.
   
[7] Emran Tohidi, Khalil Erfani, Mortaza Gachpazan and Stanford Shateyi, A new Tau Method for Solving Nonlinear Lane-Emden Type Equations via Bernoulli Operational Matrix of Differentiation, Volume 2013, 1- 9, http://dx.doi.org/10.1155/2013/850170,  Journal of Applied Mathematics

[8] K Muzhinji , S. Shateyi and  S. S. Motsa, The mixed finite element preconditioned conjugate gradient-Uzawa method for Stokes equations, accepted for publication in Far East Journal of Applied Mathematics.

[9]  Farahnaz Soleimani, Fazlollah Soleymani and Stanford Shateyi, Some iterative methods free from derivatives and their basins of attraction, Volume 2013, Article ID 301718, 1-11, http://dx.doi.org/10.1155/2013/301718,  Journal of Discrete Dynamics in Nature and Society.

[10]  S. H Nik, S. Effati, S. S. Motsa and S. Shateyi, A new piecewise-spectral homotopy analysis method for solving chaotic systems of initial value problems, Volume 2013, Article ID 583193, 1-13, http://dx.doi.org/10.1155/2013/583193, Mathematical Problems in Engineering.

[11] E.Tohidi, F. Soleymani and S. Shateyi A collocation method based on Bernoulli operational matrix for solving high order linear complex differential equations in a  
           rectangular domain, Volume 2013, Article ID 823098, 1-12; http://dx.doi.org/10.1155/2013/823098,  Abstract and Applied Analysis.

[12]   H. Saberi-Nik and S. Shateyi, Application of optimal HAM for finding feedback control of optimal control problems, Volume 2013, Article ID 914741, 1-10 http://dx.doi.org/10.1155/2013/914741, Mathematical Problems in Engineering

[13]   F. Soleymani, S. Shateyi and H. Salmani, Computing simple roots by an optimal Sixteenth-order class, Volume 2012, 1-13, doi:10.1155/2012/958020, Journal of
           Applied  Mathematics.                                                      
 
[14]   F. Soleymani,  and S. Shateyi,  Two Optimal Eighth-Order Derivative-Free Classes of Iterative Methods,  Volume 2012, 1-14, doi:10.1155/2012/318165, Abstract and Applied Analysis.

[15] H. Montazeri,  F. Soleymani, E. Tohidi, S. Shateyi,  S.S. Motsa,   On a New Method for Computing the  Numerical Solution of Systems of Nonlinear Equations, Volume 2012, 15 pages, doi:10.1155/2012/751975, Journal of Applied Mathematics.
           
[16]  F. Soleymani,  D.K.R. Babajee, S. Shateyi, S.S. Motsa, Construction of optimal derivative-free techniques, without memory, Volume 2012, 1-24, doi:10.1155/2012/497023, Journal of Applied Mathematics.

[17]  S. S. Motsa, Y. Khan, and S. Shateyi,   A New Numerical Solution of Maxwell Fluid over a shrinking Sheet in the Region of a Stagnation Point,Volume 2012,1-11, doi:10.1155/2012/290615, Mathematical  Problems in Engineering.
 
[18]    S. S. Motsa, Y. Khan, and S. Shateyi,   Application of Piecewise Successive Linearization Method for the Solutions of  the Chen Chaotic System, Volume 2012,  1-12, doi:10.1155/2012/258948, Journal of   Applied Mathematics.
                        
[19]  S. S Motsa and S. Shateyi,  Successive linearization analysis of the effects of partial slip and thermal-diffusion and diffusion-thermo on steady MHD convective flow due to a rotating disk, Volume 2012 (2012), Article ID 397637, 15 pages doi:10.1155/2012/397637 Mathematical  Problems in Engineering.

[20]    S. S Motsa and S. Shateyi,  A successive linearization method approach to solving Lane-Emden type of equations, Volume 2012, 1- 15, doi:10.1155/2012/280702, Mathematical  Problems in Engineering.

[21]  S. S Motsa and S. Shateyi,  “New analytic solution to the Lane-Emden equation of index 2”, Volume 2012,1- 20,  doi:10.1155/2012/614796 Mathematical Problems in Engineering.

[22]   S. S Motsa and S. Shateyi, “The effects of chemical reaction, Hall and ion-slip currents on MHD micropolar fluid flow with thermal diffusivity using a novel numerical technique”,  Volume 2012 (2012), 1-30, Journal of Applied Mathematics.   

[23]  S.S. Motsa, S. Shateyi, G.T. Marewo, P.Sibanda (2012), An improved spectral homotopy analysis method for MHD flow in a semi-porous channel, 60:463–481
           Numerical   Algorithms.  

[24]  S. S Motsa and S. Shateyi, Successive Linearisation Analysis of Unsteady Heat and Mass Transfer From a Stretching Surface Embedded in a Porous Medium  With Suction/Injection and Thermal Radiation Effects,  90:1323–1335, 2012,  The  Canadian Journal  of Chemical  Engineering.

[25]  Z. G. Makukula, P. Sibanda, S. S. Motsa, and S. Shateyi, “On New Numerical Techniques for the MHD Flow Past a Shrinking Sheet with Heat and Mass Transfer in the Presence of a Chemical Reaction”, Volume 2011, 19 pages, Mathematical Problems in Engineering.

[26]  S Shateyi  “Influence of a magnetic field on heat and mass transfer by mixed convection from vertical stretching surfaces with Hall and Radiation effects”, 5(2), 2011, 67-82, International Journal of Numerical Methods and Applications.

[27]  S. Shateyi, and S. S Motsa, “Homotopy  analysis of MHD steady flow in a channel with slip at the  permeable boundaries”, 54(2), 2011, 81-94, Far East  Journal of  Applied Mathematics.    

[28]  S.S Motsa, G. Marewo, P. Sibanda, and S. Shateyi, “An improved spectral homotopy analysis method for solving boundary layer problems Volume 2011(3), Boundary Value Problems.

[29]   S.S. Motsa, P. Sibanda, S. Shateyi, “On a new quasi-linearization method for systems on nonlinear boundary value problems,” 34(11), 1406-1413,      
          Mathematical  Methods in the Applied Science.

[ 30]   S. Shateyi, and S. S Motsa, “Boundary layer flow and double diffusion over an unsteady stretching surface with Hall effect”, 198: 1545–1565, 2011, Chemical Engineering Communications.

[31]   S.S Motsa, P. Sibanda, G. Marewo and S. Shateyi, "A note on improved  in homotopy analysis method for solving the Jeffery-Hamel flow," Volume 2010,    
                Article ID 359297, 11 pages doi:10.1155/2010/359297 Mathematical  Problems in  Engineering.

[32]  S.S Motsa, and S. Shateyi ,“A new approach for the solution of three-dimensional magnetohydrodynamic rotating flow over a shrinking sheet”, Volume 2010, 15 pages  doi:10.1155/2010/586340Mathematical Problems in Engineering.

[33]. S. Shateyi, and S. S Motsa, “Hydromagnetic non-Darcy flow, heat and mass transfer over a stretching sheet in the presence of thermal radiation and Ohmic dissipation" 89:1388–1400, 2011, DOI 10.1002/cjce.20499, The Canadian  Journal of Chemical Engineering.
                
[34]  S. S Motsa, S Shateyi and Z Makukula ,  “Homotopy analysis of free convection boundary layer flow with heat and mass transfer”, 198:783-795,doi:10.1080/00986445.2011.534011, Chemical Engineering Communications.    

[35]    S. Shateyi  and S. S. Motsa, “Variable Viscosity on Magnetohydrodynamic Fluid Flow and Heat Transfer over an Unsteady  Stretching Surface with Hall Effect”.  Volume 2010, Article ID 257568, 20 pages, doi:10.1155/2010/257568,   Boundary Value Problems.
                                     
[36]   S.S. Motsa, P. Sibanda, F.G. Awad, S. Shateyi, “ A new spectral-homotopy analysis method for the MHD Jeffery-Hamel problem,” Computers and Fluids,15 (2010) ,2293–  2302.

[37]   S. Shateyi, S.S Motsa and Sibanda, “The effects of thermal radiation, Hall currents, Soret and Dufour on MHD flow by mixed convection over a vertical surface in porous media,” Volume 2010, Article ID 627475, 20 pages, Journal of  Mathematical Problems in Engineering.

[38]  S.S Motsa, and S. Shateyi    “Analytical solution of nonlinear Batch  reaction kinetics equations,”  ANIZIAM J, 51, E, E37-E56, 2010.
              
[39]       S.S Motsa,  S. Shateyi and P. Sibanda, “A model of steady viscous flow of a micropolar fluid driven by injection or suction between a porous disk and a non-porous disk using a novel numerical technique  Published Online: Aug 4 2010   5:15PM  DOI: 10.1002/cjce.20366 Canadian   Journal   of Chemical Engineering .
 
[40]    S.S Motsa,  S. Shateyi and P. Sibanda, “Homotopy  analysis of heat and mass transfer  boundary layer flow through a non-porous channel with chemical reaction and heat generation, Published Online: Aug 4 2010 DOI: 10.1002/cjce.20368 Canadian   Journal   of Chemical Engineering.
     
[41]   S.S Motsa, P. Sibanda and S. Shateyi, “A new spectral-homotopy analysis method for solving a nonlinear second order BVP, Communications.in Nonlinear Science and Numerical Simulation, Volume 15, (2010), 2293-2302.

[42]     S. Shateyi and S. S Motsa  “Thermal radiation effects on heat and mass transfer over an unsteady stretching surface,” Volume 2009, : Mathematical Problems in  Engineering.   doi.10.1155/2009/965603.           

[43]  S. S Motsa and S. Shateyi  “Approximate Series Solution of Natural Convection Flow in the presence of radiation,” Journal of Advanced Research in Applied Mathematics,  2010, Volume 2, Issue1,  pp 17-29.
      

[44]    S. Shateyi,  P. Sibanda and S S. Motsa, “Convection from a stretching surface with suction and power-law variation in species” Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer, Volume 45, Number8/June 2009.
              
[45] S. Shateyi, “Thermal radiation and buoyancy effects on heat and mass transfer over a semi-infinite stretching surface with suction and blowing”, Journal of Applied Mathematics  Volume 2008, doi.10.1155/2008/ 414830.
 
[46] S Shateyi, P. Sibanda and S S. Motsa, “On the asymptotic approach to thermosolutal convection in heated slow reactive boundary layer flows”, Journal of Applied Mathematics, Volume 2008, doi.10.1155/2008/835380.
 
[47]  S Shateyi, P. Sibanda and S S. Motsa, “Inviscid instability analysis of a reactive boundary-layer flow,” JP Journal of Heat and Mass TransferVol. 2 No. 2   pp 117 – 133, 2008

[48]   S Shateyi, P. Sibanda and S S. Motsa, “Magnetohydrodynamic flow past a vertical plate with radiative heat transfer”. Journal of Heat transfer, Volume 129, pp 1708 – 1713, 2007.

 [49]   S Shateyi, P. Sibanda and S S. Motsa, “An asymptotic analysis of convection in boundary layer flow in the presence of a chemical reaction,” Archives of Mechanics. Volume 57, Issue 1, pp 25-41, 2005.

[50]   S S. Motsa, P. Sibanda and S Shateyi, “Linear stability of two dimensional flow subject to three dimensional perturbations in a channel with a flexible wall. Archives of Mechanics,” Volume 56, Issue 4, pp 293-311, 2004.

[51] S  Shateyi, P. Sibanda and S S. Motsa, “Three dimensional stability of heated or cooled accelerating boundary layer flows over a compliant boundary.  ANZIAM J.  44(E)    PPE55-E81, 2002

 

Book Chapters

  1. S. Shateyi and S. S Motsa, Successive Linearization Successive Linearization of Heat and Mass Transfer overran Unsteady Stretching Permeable Surface in the Presence of Thermal Radiation and a Variable Chemical Reaction, Mass Transfer-Advances in Sustainable Energy and Environment Oriented Numerical Modeling, 89-105, ISBN 978-953-51-1170-2, (2013).
  2. S. Motsa and S. Shateyi,  Numerical Analysis of Mixed Convection Magnetohydrodynamic   Heat and Mass Transfer past a Stretching Surface in a Micro-Polar Fluid-Saturated Porous Medium under the influence of Ohmic Heating, 145-162,  ISBN 978-953-51-1170-2, (2013).

 

  1. S. Motsa and S. Shateyi,  On New High Order Iterative Schemes for solving Initial Value Problems In Epidemiology, Numerical Simulation From Theory to Industry, 67-78, IBSN 978-953-51-0749-1, (2012).
  1.    S. Shateyi and S. S Motsa, Unsteady Magnetohydrodynamic Convective Heat and Mass Transfer Past an Infinite Vertical Plate in a Porous Medium with Thermal Radiation, Heat Generation/Absorption and Chemical Reaction, Advanced Topics in Mass Transfer, 145-162,  ISBN 978-953-307-333-0, (2011)

 

  1. S. S Motsa and S. Shateyi,  “Successive Linearization Solution of Free Convection Non-Darcy Flow with Heat and Mass Transfer,  Advanced Topics in Mass  Transfer, 425-438,  ISBN 978-953-307-333-0, (2011)

 

  1. S. Motsa and S. Shateyi,  Soret and Dufour Effects on Steady MHD Natural Convection Flow Past a Semi-Infinite Moving Vertical Plate in a Porous Medium with Viscous Dissipation in the Presence of a Chemical Reaction,

Evaporation, Condensation and Heat Transfer, 325-346, ISBN 978-953-307-583-9, (2011)

  

CONFERENCE ARTICLES

[1] S. Shateyi  and G Marewo, A numerical analysis of MHD flow, heat and mass transfer for the UCM fluid over a stretching surface with thermal radiation, Fluid Mechanics Group Seminar, 14 June 2013, Botswana University, Botswana.

[2] S. Shateyi, Numerical analysis for MHD flow of a Maxwell fluid past a vertical stretching sheet in the presence of thermophoresis and chemical reaction, ICMSS2013, February 05-07, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

[3] S. Shateyi,  A new numerical analysis of MHD laminar boundary layer flow and heat transfer of nanofluids over moving surface in the presence of thermal radiation, ICANCM, Morioka City, Iwate, Japan, April 23-25, 2013.

[4]  Hall effect analysis on boundary layer flow and double diffusion over an unsteady stretching surface,   2012 Spring World Congress on Engineering and Technology, 27-29 May 2012, Xian, China.

[5] Effects of chemical reaction and Soret effect on mixed heat and mass transfer for Hiemenz flow through porous media with heat source,  08-10 December 2011,  International Conference on Mechanical, Zhengzhou, China.

 [6] The effects of chemical reaction, Hall and ion-slip currents on MHD micropolar fluid    flow with thermal diffusivity using a novel numerical technique, 27/11/2011-03/12/2011, Livingstone Conference, Zambia, SAMSA 2011.

[7] Successive linearization analysis of unsteady heat and mass transfer from a stretching surface embedded in a porous medium with suction/injection and thermal radiation effects,  12 -15 July 2011,  Gadjah Mada University, Indonesia

[8]  A new approach for the solution of three-dimensional magnetohydrodynamic rotating flow over a shrinking sheet, International Conference on Mathematics of Date    December 31, 2010 January 04, 2011 Allahabad, India Organized by Pushpa Publishing House.

[9]   Hydromagnetic non-Darcy flow, heat and mass transfer over a stretching sheet in the presence of thermal radiation and Ohmic dissipation, Southern Africa Mathematical Sciences Association (SAMSA 2010), Gaborone Conference,  Botswana.


[10]   Thermal radiation effects on heat and mass transfer over an unsteady stretching surface, Southern Africa Mathematical Sciences Association  (SAMSA 2009),   Dares Salam   Conference,  Tanzania.

[11] Influence of a magnetic field on heat and mass transfer by mixed convection from vertical stretching surfaces with Hall and Radiation
        effects ,  WORKSHOP ON APPLICATION OF THE HOMOTOPY METHOD IN FLUID FLOW PROBLEMS, UKZN, PIETERMARITZBURG, 5 – 17 JULY 2009.

[12] Thermal radiation and buoyancy effects on heat and mass transfer over a semi-infinite stretching surface with suction and blowing.  Southern Africa Mathematical Sciences Association (SAMSA 2008), Maputo Conference, Mozambique.

[13] Influence of a magnetic field on heat and mass transfer by mixed convection from vertical surfaces considering Hall, Radiation, Soret and Dufour effects.  Application of Spectral and Keller- Box Methods to Fluid Flow Problems Work Shop, July, 2008, University of KwaZulu-Natal, Pietermaritzburg, South Africa.

[15]     Hall effects on MHD free convection flow past a semi-infinite Vertical plate with radiative heat transfer,  Southern Africa Mathematica Sciences  Association (SAMSA 2006), Gaborone Conference, Botswana.

[16]. Natural convection flow from a vertical permeable flat plate in the Presence of a Chemical Reaction.” Southern Africa Mathematical Sciences Association (SAMSA) 2005, Conference Blantyre, Malawi.                                              


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Rene pearce

  • “Lecturing versus teaching in Foundation and First Year Mainstream Chemistry” by R.S Pearce and L.O. Okwuashi. Published in Journal of Modern Education Review, June 2013.Miss Pearce R

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Mokganya M. G

  1. Mbodila M., Molotja T.W, and Molotja M.G (2013), “Two in one: The Collaboration Between Science Foundation Lecturers in Imparting Academic Skills to Students. Accepted  in Journalism and Mass Communication No.6, 2013

  2. Molotja M. G., M. H. Ligavha-Mbelengwa and R. B. Bhat, 2011, “Antifungal activity of root, bark, leaf and soil extracts of Androstachys Johnsonii Prain”. African journal of Biotechnology. 10(30): 5725-5727.

  3. Molotja M. G., M. H. Ligavha-Mbelengwa and R. B. Bhat, 2012, “Antimicrobial activity of Androstachys johnsonii Prain. ”. African journal of Biotechnology. 11(103): 16767-16771

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Vhutshilo Nekhubvi

  • Conference paper: Nekhubvi V.M 2012 . Peak power analysis of a photovoltaic array system under outdoor conditions . Accademy of Science of South Africa(ASSAF) Annual Confference 16-18 October 2012, CSIR, Pretoria.


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Molotja Tsebe Wilfred

  • Publication: Mbodila M., Molotja T.W, and Molotja M.G (2013), “Two in one: The Collaboration Between Science Foundation Lecturers in Imparting Academic Skills to Students. Accepted  in Journalism and Mass Communication No.6, 2013

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Munienge mbodila

  1. Mbodila, M. Bassey, I. and Kikunga M, (2013) “The Effect of Social Media on Student’s Engagement and Collaboration: a case study of University of Venda using Facebook”. CSREA Press 2013, 1-60132-249-6

  1. Mbodila M., Molotja T.W, and Molotja M.G (2013), “Two in one: The Collaboration Between Science Foundation Lecturers in Imparting Academic Skills to Students. Accepted  in Journalism and Mass Communication No.6, 2013

  1. Mbodila, M and Kikunga M. (2012) The Use of ICT in Education: A Comparison of Traditional Pedagogy and Emerging Pedagogy Enabled by ICT’s. CSREA Press 201, 1-60132-214-3

  1. Ekabua, O. O., Isong, B. E. and Mbodila, M. (2011) “On Packet Tracer Implementation of Virtual Network: A Demonstration of Packet Travel and Collision Occurrences in Networks”. CSREA Press 2011,1-60132-187-2

 

CONFERENCE ARTICLES

  1. Bassey Isong, Ndwamato Netshipise, Gilbert Dzawo and Munienge Mbodila (2013) On the Implementation of one Registration, one Vote in South African Elections, Proceedings of the 2013 International Conference on e-Learning, e-Business, Enterprise Information Systems, and e-Government (EEE’13). WORLDCOMP’13, Las Vega, Nevada, USA, July 22-25.

  1. Mmafani Serote, Mokateko Mathimbi and Munienge Mbodila (2013), Towards Open Distance and Electronic Learning (OdeL), Proceedings of the 2013 International Conference on e-Learning, e-Business, Enterprise Information Systems, and e-Government (EEE’13). WORLDCOMP’13, Las Vega, Nevada, USA, July 22-25.

  1. Mbodila, M and Kikunga M. (2013). “Toward Mobile Technologies: A Tool for Improving Students’ Engagement and Feedback in Large Classes (University of Venda Case Study)”.  Proceedings of 2013 International Higher Education Teaching and Learning conference, University of Central Florida, Orlando, USA, January 13-15

  1. Isong, B. E. and Mbodila, M. (2012) “Towards One Person, One Vote via Real-Time Voter’s Registration and Identification”. Proceedings of the 11th International Conference on e-Learning, e-Business, Enterprise Information Systems, and e-Government (EEE’12). WORLDCOMP’12, Las Vega, Nevada, USA, July 16-19.

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Mulaudzi Matodzi Stanley

  • M.S. Mulaudzi and O. Akinyemi,”q-Enumaration of alternating permutation of odd length, ‘Accepted in Journal of Discrete Mathematical Science and Cryptograph.

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The following is a list of staff members in the Departmen of Science Foundation:

Designation Name Contact Details
HOD Stanford Shateyi
Tel: +27 15 962 8163
Email: stanford.shateyi@univen.ac.za
sshateyi@yahoo.com
Lecturer Rene Pearce
Tel: +27 15 962 8931
Email: rene.pearce@univen.ac.za
Lecturer Mokganya M. G
Tel: +27 15 962 8929
Email: molotja@univen.ac.za
Lecturer Nekhubvi Vhutshilo
Tel: +27 15 962 8445
Email: Vhutshilo.nekhubvi@univen.ac.za
Lecturer Molotja Tsebe Wilfred
Tel:
Email:
Lecturer Munienge Mbodila
Tel: +27 15 962 8911
Email: Munienge.mbodila@univen.ac.za
Lecturer Mulaudzi Matodzi Stanley
Tel: +27 15 962 8263
Email: matodzi.mulaudzi@univen.ac.za