Candidates must have attained SABSA Chartered Architect - Practitioner Level (SCP) before attempting to become Master Level Certified (SCM).
Master Level Certification (SCM) can be attained by one of two methods:
- Attending an additional SABSA Advanced Module, passing a SABSA Advanced Examination and completing a SABSA Master Thesis.
- Attending any two SABSA Special Seminars, passing a SABSA Advanced Examination and completing a SABSA Master Thesis.
A guide to submitting a SABSA Master Thesis can be found here.
SABSA Masters are tested and certified professionals of competency up to level 6 in the SABSA Competency Framework in more than one career specialism.
Advanced module candidates are required to choose 2 questions from 5 listed on the examination paper and to deliver completed answers back to the SABSA Institute within 4 weeks.