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​Bachelor of Engineering Technology (B.EngTech) in Electrical Engineering

What is it?

The Bachelor of Engineering Technology (B.EngTech) in Electrical Engineering is a three‐year programme offering a unique opportunity to candidates interested in acquiring sound theoretical knowledge and technical skills while preparing you for a career as a professional engineering technologist.

What can you do with this programme?

You can gain the necessary foundation experience required to become an electrical or Electronic technologist. With your University training, you can work in exciting future roles as power systems technologist,telecommunication technologists, system analyst, engineering managers, system designers and even as research and development (R and D) technologists! Internationally, a technologist is referred to as a practical engineer (the Netherlands), an incorporated engineer (United Kingdom) or as an associate engineer (Australia).

Are you interested in?

  1. Learning how smart electronic and electrical designs can make lives better?
  2. Understanding how softwares can make devices do exciting and incredible things?
  3. Learning how communication systems can enhance human interactions?

If you are interested in these and many more applications, then, this programme is the most ideal for you!

Bachelor of Engineering Technology (Honours), B.EngTech (Hons) in Electrical Engineering

What is it?

The B.EngTech Hons in Electrical Engineering is a one‐year programme offering a unique avenue to candidates interested in consolidating their acquired knowledge and technical skills, in the area of Electrical and Electronic Engineering for onward professional engineering career.

What can you do with this programme?

You can gain advanced knowledge and experience with specialization in niche areas of Electrical and Electronic engineering. On completing your University training, you will be well‐positioned for exciting future roles as power systems engineer, telecommunication engineers, system analyst, engineering managers, system designers, and even as, research and development (R and D) engineers. Furthermore, this programme enables you to enter a Master’s degree programme in Electrical or Electronic Engineering field.

Are you interested in?

  1. Advancing your foundation knowledge in electrical and electronic system design?
  2. Growing your potentials in specific areas of Electrical and Electronic Engineering?
  3. Positioning yourself for future competitive postgraduate positions?

If you are interested in these and many more applications, then, this programme is the most ideal for you!

 

Head of School: Professor Thokozani Shongwe

Application – Experiential Learning

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