About this program
Get qualified to work as an engineering technologist – an area in huge demand here and around the world.
Engineering technologists require deep knowledge of the practical situations and applications in which they work. This degree suits students who want to combine engineering theory with practical career skills.
Our specialisations provide in-depth, discipline specific skills in the following subject areas:
Electronics - You’ll learn about designing, building and maintaining the latest electronic technology such as drones, smart factories and electronic games.
Power - Develop your skills and experience around designing, building and maintaining generators, transmitters and distributors of power.
Mechatronics - Get in-depth knowledge and technical skills for implementing, integrating, testing, extending and upgrading robotic systems and projects.
On graduating, you will have sufficient understanding of technology in your specialty area to keep up with future technological developments. You will also have other skills that are critical in the working world, in areas like management and economics, design, communication, problem solving and critical thinking.
Technical sales, or field services engineering, production manager, or working in a role that supports professional engineering activities including development, design, building operation and/or maintenance of equipment, plants or structures.
- Mechatronics specialisation
- The Electronic specialisation
- The Power specialisation
Computer Network specialisation graduates will be able to plan, implement, manage and trouble shoot local area networks (LANs) and wide-area networks (WANs); and will have the knowledge and skills to acquire various industry certifications.
Accreditation by the Institute of Professional Engineers New Zealand (IPENZ) confirms that the Bachelor of Engineering Technology meets national and international benchmarked standards for first degrees for professional engineers in South Africa, USA, Canada, the United Kingdom, Ireland, Hong Kong, Australia, and New Zealand. IPENZ accreditation also provides recognition for professional membership and registration/licensing purposes in those countries.
Further training or study
Bachelor of Engineering (Electrical) & postgraduate diplomas and masters programmes in applied science at other tertiary institutions.
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