TUT Engineering 2022
Faculty of Engineering and the Built Environment
About the Faculty
The Faculty consists of the following Departments:
Known for its outstanding reputation in research and training of the best engineers in the country, the Department of Civil Engineering continues to contribute to the advancement and preservation of civil industry in South Africa and across borders. Our graduates never go unnoticed and they are sought after locally and internationally. We have highly qualified lecturers, who are considered experts in all disciplines of civil engineering. The departmental staff members are research active in all disciplines of civil engineering, hence we offer postgraduate opportunities up to the doctoral level.
In the Department of Electrical Engineering, our objective is to shape graduates who are inventive and highly skilled in becoming front-runners in their fields. We provide our students with exceptional groundwork in the codes of electrical engineering. From this base, they advance the aptitude to intellectualise, investigate and resolve difficulties. Together with our lecturers who are experts, we concentrate on working closely with industry so that the department remains at the forefront of electrical engineering developments internationally. Be a part of our innovative and thought-provoking programmes.
Chemical, Metallurgical and Materials Engineering:
Our Department encompasses three unique programmes in Chemical Engineering, Metallurgical Engineering and Polymer Technology that students can select from. Our team of academic experts, technical and support staff are devoted to the idea of maintaining and building the department’s standing as a leading hub of research, knowledge and development in the fields of Chemical, Metallurgical and Materials Engineering. Our students remain our most valuable stakeholders. Academic staff members in the departments are experts in various field of engineering and apart from being committed lecturers, they are also actively involved in cutting edge research activities that span a range of areas in Chemical, Metallurgical and Materials Engineering.