Mangosuthu University of Technology Undergraduate Application Courses Offered

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Mangosuthu University of Technology Undergraduate Application Courses Offered

Faculty of Engineering – first semester applications – 30 September

Faculty of Engineering – second semester applications – 31 May

Faculty of Natural Sciences – 30 September

Analytical Chemistry – second semester applications – 31 May

Faculty of Management Sciences – 30 September

Applications submitted after 30 September accumulate a late application fee determined by the CAO.

FACULTY OF ENGINEERING COURSES

Engineering programmes are about the design and production of useful products and services. Engineers convert scientific knowledge into technology and then technology into successful advancement. At MUT we offer the National Diplomas in Chemical, Civil, Surveying, Electrical, Building (Construction Management & Quantity Surveying), and Mechancial Engineering.  We also offer a Bachelor of Technology in Chemical Engineering.

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The faculty of Engineering also offers access (bridging programmes) designed to prepare students who could not fulfill all the diploma entrance requirements.

National Diploma: Chemical Engineering

The course trains students to be technicians qualified to assist a chemical engineer or plant operator in the control, maintenance and functioning of processes involved in the production of chemicals. The technician’s duties include research, economic evaluation and unit operations.Sponsored Links

National Diploma: Civil Engineering

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The course qualifies the technician for employment with civil engineering contractors, consultants, Government departments or municipalities, where he/she would form part of a team usually managed by a professional engineer or technologist. The technician could be involved in the design and construction of civil engineering structures such as roads, bridges, dams, railways, harbours, buildings and airports.


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