Transition arrangements for the former Monash South Africa campus (now IIE MSA) - Confirmatory information for students
The Independent Institute of Education (The IIE) became the owner and legal operator of the former Monash South Africa (MSA) campus in April 2019. The campus is now called IIE MSA.
Students who commenced their studies at the IIE MSA campus in Semester One 2019 (or earlier - i.e., when it was the MSA campus) will receive an MSA qualification if they successfully complete all course requirements by the course expiry date applicable to their course
The certificate for the MSA qualification will be issued in the name of Monash South Africa by The IIE, (Note: This is authorised by the Department of Higher Education and Training in South Africa as part of the transition). For the courses offered in cooperation with Monash University*, and successfully completed by the applicable course expiry date, a second certificate will be issued by Monash University.
Students who do not complete their course by the applicable expiry date will need to transfer to an equivalent IIE program and upon successful completion will receive an IIE qualification only.
The course expiry dates for the MSA courses are published on the IIE MSA website.
Students who commenced their studies after Semester One 2019 will receive an IIE qualification if they successfully complete all course requirements set by The IIE. The certificate will be issued in the name of The IIE.
Approval of IIE units for credit
For MSA courses offered in cooperation with Monash University, the following IIE modules have been approved for credit for the specified MSA units.
MSA UNIT CODE
MSA UNIT TITLE
IIE MODULE CODE
Principles of Accounting and Finance
Introduction to Financial Accounting
Business Ethics, Corporate Governance and Professional Conduct
Financial Accounting A
Financial Accounting B
Cost and Management Accounting A
Introduction to Development Studies
Fundamentals of Political Science
Fundamentals of International Relations
Psychology: Introduction 1A
Psychology: Introduction 1B
Principles of Public Relations Practice
Ethics and Biotechnology
Media and Society
Crime in Context: Theory & Typologies
An Introduction to the South African Criminal Justice System
Introduction to Human Geography
Introduction to Physical Geography
International Studies 1
International Studies 2
Journalism 1: Introduction
Journalism 2: Introduction
Everyday Life in Sociological Perspectives
Families, Relationships, Health and the Media
Introduction to Philosophy: Moral Dilemmas and Philosophy
Biological and Cognitive Psychology
Issues, Crises and Social Responsibility Management
Public Relations and the Media
Development and the Developing World
New Media and Cyber Cultures
Child and Adult Development
Industrial and Organisational Psychology
Crime and Punishment
Victimology in South Africa
Poverty and Power: The Uneven World
Places and Spaces: International Migration in the Global Age
Theoretical Perspectives in Political and Social thought
Methodological Issues in the Social Sciences
Building Support Networks for Children and Families
Child and youth interventions: Individual, group and community interventions
Journalism: An Online Perspective
Ethics and the Modern World
South African Business law A
Business Data Modelling
Introduction to Management
Marketing Theory and Practice
Integrated Marketing Communication
Who do I contact if I need further information about the MSA transition?
Please read the MSA Ownership Change - Detailed Student FAQ’s.
If you have any questions about the transition arrangements, please contact the IIE MSA Academic Operations Department - email@example.com
*Bachelor of Computer and Information Sciences, Bachelor of Computer and Information Sciences (Honours), Bachelor of Social Science, Bachelor of Social Science (Honours), Bachelor of Public Health, Bachelor of Public Health (Honours), Bachelor of Business Science, Bachelor of Business Science (Honours), Master of Philosophy, Master of International Business.