Moral development of the Society

The core definitions and application of the Reformational Theology on moral renewal in the process of nation building and the development of society. 

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Guidelines for postgraduate studies within the sub-program:

  1. Admission to postgraduate study is handled by the Manager: M&D-Programs, in collaboration with the sub-program management (Proff AL Rheeder, N. Vorster, JM Vorster, Dr M Kotze). Selection is based on academic results, previous projects and / or research projects, and the guidelines set out below (Yearbook 2017).
  2. The following are guidelines which a graduate student must meet before he or she can be considered for further studies within the sub-program:
  • The student must meet the NWU's guidelines for admission to postgraduate studies.
  • A thorough knowledge of the epistemology of ethics are expected.
  • Students should be familiar with the basic concepts in ethics.
  • A research document (1000 words or 2 pages) must be submitted management at the sub-program for consideration:
    • This document must identify the subject of the proposed study and the research problem.
    • A brief background should be given to explain why the specific topic of interest.
    •  It should be clear that the research motivation went off for intensive reading.
    • A student should be sure why and what he / she wants to study.
  1. The theme of the study must fit within the scope of the sub-program:
  • Human Rights.
  • Moral renewal of the society.
  • Bioethics.
  • Theological anthropology.

4. Ethics:

  • This will require the student to undergo ethics training (eg. Http://elearning.trree.org/mod/resource/view.php?id=70).
  • Should the student consider doing empirical research (eg. Quantitative and qualitative research), the student will have to demonstrate that he / she has received formal training in this regard.

Sub-group manager: