Helderberg College - Programmes Offered

Programmes Offered

Faculty of Arts

English Language Institute with certificates from Beginners to Advanced; TOEFL preparation

Higher Certificate in Early Childhood Development (offered in partnership with Boland College and accredited by the ETDP SETA).

Bachelor of Arts: Communication with emphasis in Corporate Communication or Media Studies

Bachelor of Arts: Psychology with emphasis in Counselling or Industrial Psychology

Bachelor of Arts: History

Bachelor of Arts: Biblical Studies

Faculty of Business Studies

Diploma in Office Administration

Diploma in Business with emphasis on Accounting, Management or Marketing Management

Bachelor of Business Administration in Accounting or Management

Faculty of Theology

Bachelor of Arts (Theology) with emphasis in Evangelism, Pastoral Care or Academic Studies

Certificate in Christian Ministry

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