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 Postgraduate Studies                                               

The Tshwane University of technology invites applications for postgraduate studies for 2012.  The university offers affordable accommodation in designated residences for full-time postgraduate students.  The University offers the following scholarships to full-time postgraduate students who meet the requirements:

Masters degree students –Tuition fees plus R30 000 per year for a maximum of two years.
Doctoral degree students – Tuition fees plus R40 000 per year for a maximum of three years.

Prospectus

Faculty of Economics and Finance

 

Faculty of The Arts

Masters degree programmes

Internal Auditing
Cost and Management Accounting

Doctoral degree programmes

Internal Auditing
Cost and Management Accounting 

For information contact:

Mrs Eurika Coetzee
Tel: 012 382 0550
E-mail: coetzeee@tut.ac.za

 

Masters degree programmes

Dance
Drama
Fashion
Fine Arts
Performing Arts Technology
Photography
Textile Design & Technology
Graphic Design
Musical Theatre
Motion Picture Production
Interior Design 

Doctoral degree programmes

Motion Picture Production
Textile Design & Technology
Dance
Graphic Design
Performing Arts Technology
Fine Arts
Drama
Fashion Design
Interior Design  

For information contact:

Mrs Berdene Louw
Tel: 012 382 6086
E-mail: artsinfo@tut.ac.za

Faculty of Management Sciences

Business School (Tel: 012 3823003)

Masters degree programmes:

Business Administration
Organisational Leadership 

Doctoral degree programmes:

Business Administration
Organisational Leadership 

Department of Hospitality Management
(Tel: 012 3826518)

Masters degree programmes:

Food and Beverage Management
Food and Nutrition 

Doctoral degree programmes:

Food and Beverage Management
Food and Nutrition 

Department of Management and Entrepreneurship
(Tel: 012 3825551)

Masters degree programmes:

Entrepreneurship (structured)

Department of Marketing, Logistics and Sport Management (Tel: 012 3825824)

Masters degree programmes:

Logistics
Marketing
Masters Diploma: Parks and Recreation Management

Doctoral degree programmes:

Logistics
Marketing 

 

Department of Office Management and Technology
(Tel: 012 3825824)

Masters degree programmes:

Office Management and Technology 

Department of Operations Management (Tel: 012 3825573)

Masters degree programmes:

Operations Management

 Department of Tourism Management (Tel: 012 3824665)

Masters degree programmes:

Adventure Tourism Management
Eco Tourism Management
Tourism and Hospitality Management 

Doctoral degree programmes:

Adventure Tourism Management 

Department of People Management and Development
(Tel: 012 3825633)

Masters degree progammes:

Contact Centre Management
Human Resources Management
Human Resources Development (structured)
Human Resources Development
Labour Relations Management (structured)
Labour Relations Management

Doctoral degree progammes:

Contact Centre Management
Human Resources Managemen
Human Resources Development
Labour Relations Management

Faculty of Engineering and the Built Environment

Department of Chemical and Metallurgical Engineering

Research areas:

  • Application of Computational Fluid Dynamics and Discrete Element Method in chemical and mineral processing industries;
  • Modeling and simulation of nanoparticles synthesis in high-temperature reactors;
  • Model Predictive Control of chemical and metallurgical unit operations;
  • Optimization of chemical and metallurgical processes.
  • Adsorption
  • Nanotechnology in water treatment
  • Mineral processing and hydrometallurgy of PGMs and base metals
  • Physical and mineral beneficiation of ores and wastes (tailings and slags)
  • Mechanical Properties of Materials
  • Materials Characterization
  • Nano-surface Technology
  • New Materials/Composites
  • Physical Metallurgy: Laser Applications
  • Pyrometallurgy: Iron, Steels and Stainless Steels
  • Non-Ferrous Metals: Magnessium and Aluminium
  • Corrosion engineering and applied electrochemistry
  • Materials testing and failure analysis of engineering materials 

 

Department of Building Sciences

Masters degree programmes:

Construction Management
Quantity Surveying 

Doctoral degree programmes:

Construction Management
Quantity Surveying 

For information contact:

Mr W J v Rensburg
Tel:  (012) 382 5242
Email: JansenVanRensburgWP@tut.ac.za

Ms Kobie de Villiers
Tel:  (012) 382 5242

 

Department of Civil Engineering

In the department of Civil Engineering, we conduct research leading to a Masters and Doctoral Degree in Civil Engineering.  A 4 year degree in Civil Engineering or related Engineering discipline (Final pass mark of 60% and above) is the minimum entry requirement for a Masters degree, while a Masters degree in Civil Engineering or related Engineering discipline is the minimum entry requirement for a Doctoral degree. Our key research areas are in the disciplines of Water and Environmental, Structural, and Transportation Engineering:

  • Water and Environmental Engineering: Water Resources Management and Planning, River Basin Management (Including water quality and quantity modelling), Water and Wastewater Treatment Technologies, Rainwater Harvesting Techniques, Run-of-River Studies for Hydropower Generation (Green Energy) and General Water Use Abstractions and Solid Waste Management
  • Transportation Engineering: Road Construction Materials and Transportation Planning
  • Structural Engineering: Concrete and Masonry, Bridge Engineering, Alternative Building Materials and Techniques

 

Department of Mechanical Engineering

Our mission is to be locally relevant and internationally competitive, the Department of Mechanical Engineering at Tshwane University of Technology (TUT) places high emphasis on quality research, and considers the creation, application and transfer of knowledge as one of its major functions. The Department responds to the needs of the country by proactively contributing to the shaping of the future.

The following areas are currently available within the Department of Mechanical Engineering:

  • Material science & characterization: Composites & high strength alloys (Dr Jamiru)
  • Energy: Refrigeration and heating (Prof Huan)
  • Structural dynamics: Mechanical sound and vibration (Dr Desai)

The document below includes the structuring of the qualifications, the pre-requisites, bursaries that are available, the procedure to initiate your Master or Doctorate studies, approximate cost of studies, the possible fields of study, general information on supervision and relevant contact details. 

Post Graduates and Research information

For more information please contact:
Miss NM Ratlhogo (Administrator)
Tel: (012) 382 5874
Email: Ratlhogom@tut.ac.za

 


Department of Industrial Engineering

Masters degrees:

Minimum requirements

A B Tech: Engineering: Industrial degree or a NQF level 7 Bachelor’s or Honours degree in Industrial Engineering; obtained from a South African University. Mathematics II and Research Methodology are prerequisites.

Duration

Minimum of (12 Month) if you are doing it full time and maximum three years if done part time.

Doctoral degrees:

An M Tech: Engineering: Industrial degree or a NQF level 8 Master’s degree in Industrial Engineering; obtained from a South African University.

Duration

Minimum of 2 years and Maximum of 5 years.

Area of interest:

Knowledge based systems for improving productivity
Flexible manufacturing systems
Lean Six Sigma implementation

 

Department of Electrical Engineering

Masters degrees:

A full time (minimum12 month) programme which requires the completion of a full research dissertation with a focus on advanced design, engineering management, and innovation. This program may be done on a part time basis and in consultation with the Department.

A structured program (minimum12 month) which can be done in three areas of specialization: Telecommunications, Control & Image Processing, and Power Engineering. The program consists of coursework and a research project.

International Master of Science Programs
An 18-month, full-time, international programme with a focus on advanced design, engineering management and innovation. The program is managed by F’SATI. Currently the focus areas of the program include Telecommunications, Control and Image Processing (MSc Electronics), and in Power Engineering (MSc Power). This program requires a student to fulfil the requirements of an M Tech at TUT as well.

Doctoral degrees:

A full-time (minimum 2 years) program which requires the completion of a full research thesis. This program may be done on a part time basis in consultation with the Department.  A Cotutelleψ that is managed by F’SATI may also be done in which students have the opportunity of doing a research project in conjunction with a French partner Institution.

A program that allows students to have their doctoral studies supervised jointly by academics from a South African University and a French University

For information contact:
Prof AA Jimoh
Tel:  (012) 382 4964
E-mail:
jimohaa@tut.ac.za

Faculty of Science

Masters and Doctoral Programmes


Adelaide Tambo School of Nursing Science

Magister Technologiae: Nursing
Doctor Technologiae: Nursing

 


Department of Animal Sciences

Magister Technologiae: Agriculture
Doctor Technologiae: Agriculture 

 

Department of Biomedical Sciences

Magister Technologiae: Biomedical Technology
Doctor Technologiae: Biomedical Technology
Magister Technologiae: Clinical Technology
Doctor Technologiae: Clinical Technology
Magister Technologiae: Radiography
Doctor Technologiae: Radiography
Magister Technologiae: Veterinary Technology
Doctor Technologiae: Veterinary Technology

 

 

Department of Biotechnology and Food Technology

Magister Technologiae: Biotechnology
Doctor Technologiae: Biotechnology
Magister Technologiae: Food Technology
Doctor Technologiae: Food Technology

Department of Chemistry

Magister Technologiae: Chemistry
Doctor Technologiae: Chemistry

 

 

Department of Crop Sciences

Magister Technologiae: Agriculture
D
octor Technologiae: Agriculture

Department of Enviromental Health

Magister Technologiae: Environmental Health
Doctor Technologiae: Environmental Health

 Department of Enviromental, Water and Earth Sciences

Magister Technologiae: Environmental Management
Doctor Technologiae: Environmental Management
Magister Technologiae: Geology
Doctor Technologiae: Geology
Magister Technologiae: Water Care
Doctor Technologiae: Water Care

 

Department of Hoticulture

Magister Technologiae: Horticulture
Doctor Technologiae: Horticulture

Department of Mathematics and Statistics

Magister Technologiae: Quality
Doctor Technologiae: Quality
Magister Technologiae: Mathematical Technology (Structured)
Magister Technologiae: Mathematical Technology
Doctor Technologiae: Mathematical Technology

 

Department of Nature Conservation

Magister Technologiae: Ecotourism Management
Magister Technologiae: Game Ranch Management
Doctor Technologiae: Game Ranch Management
Magister Technologiae: Nature Conservation
Doctor Technologiae: Nature Conservation

 

Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences

Magister Technologiae: Pharmaceutical Sciences (Structured)
Magister Technologiae: Pharmaceutical Sciences
Doctor Technologiae: Pharmaceutical Sciences
Magister Technologiae: Somatology

Department of Physics

Magister Technologiae: Fire Technology

 Department of Sport, Rehabilitation and Dental Science

Magister Technologiae: Dental Technology
Doctor Technologiae: Dental Technology

 

For information contact:

Mrs Tanya Coetzee
Tel: 012 382 6374
E-mail: coetzeet@tut.ac.za


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Ms Siyanda Gamata
Tel: 012 382-6419
E-mail: GamataS@tut.ac.za