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Industrial Engineering

Bachelor of Engineering Technology in Industrial Engineering

BEngTech (Industrial)

NQF Level: 7

Credits: 420

Duration of Study: 3 years full time

Curriculum

Admission Criteria

EITHER

A National Senior Certificate (NSC) meeting the minimum requirements for degree studies with an admission points score (APS) of 36. Add the APS scores of the 7 best subjects according to the National Senior Certificate (NSC) obtained using the table below – these must include Mathematics, Physical Science and English. Applicants with an Admission Points Score between 30 and 35 may be referred to write the Access Assessment Test before a decision is made on whether or not to admit the applicant to the course.

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A 60% pass at N3 level for Engineering Mathematics and Engineering Science plus grade 12 Languages from a TVET College.

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A 60% pass in the recommended National Certificate Vocational (NCV) subjects in Engineering and related fields at NQF Level 4: 3 fundamental subjects (English, Mathematics, Life Orientation); and the compulsory subject Physical Sciences; and any 2 of the other compulsory subjects.

 

 

 

 

 

Career opportunities

After graduating with your BEngTech degree, you will find employment relevant to your studied discipline. To fully develop your career opportunities, you must register with the Engineering Council of South Africa (ECSA) as a candidate Professional Engineering Technician / Technologist.

Registration as a Professional Engineering Technician can take place after 3 years and Technologist after 4 years of suitable and documented Initial Professional Development (IPD) in your work place. Once registered with ECSA, professionals must maintain their status by ensuring Continuous Professional Development (CPD) through, among others, the attendance of relevant short courses.

Industrial Engineering technicians / technologists develop concepts, designs and systems for manufacturing processes and services. They work with many different specialists like material scientists, engineers, manufacturing and services team leaders, marketers and accountants to develop new efficient processes, quality assurance protocols and systems. Industrial engineering technicians / technologists are tasked to ensure that manufacturing plant or services rendered are optimally designed for customer satisfaction in terms of quality as well as being internationally competitive.

These technicians / technologists create computer renderings with 3-dimensional CAD programs to visualise and simulate design concepts. Industrial engineering technologists are high in demand in automated manufacturing and assembly plants as well as in large scale service industries.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Contact information
Mrs Nicole Truter
Administrator
Tel: 27 41 504 3645
nicole.truter@mandela.ac.za

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