The Faculty of Engineering and Information Technology is comprised of six departments, namely the Department of Built Environment, Department of Civil Engineering, Department of Electrical, Electronic and Computer Engineering, Department of Mechanical and Mechatronic Engineering, Department of Mathematical and Physical Sciences and the Department of Information Technology.
The programmes offered in the departments of the Faculty are designed to equip diplomates and graduates with the necessary skills and expertise to be leaders in their chosen professions. The key to the Faculty’s success lies in the high premium it places on innovation, along with the work that is done by different role players and stakeholders to promote the Faculty’s and CUT’s achievements in the fields of Science, Engineering and Technology. This is achieved through a benchmarking system, which ensures that training and research programmes always meet the highest standards.
All the departments within the Faculty have extensive laboratory and computer facilities, and are well equipped to support a practical, project-oriented approach to learning. Programmes are career focused, with some requiring a year-long Work-Integrated Learning component at diploma level. Through the different advisory boards that meet on a regular basis, close contact is maintained with industry and the private sector in the effort to ensure that learning programmes remain relevant.
The research conducted within the Faculty is of an applied nature and is directed at the needs of industry and the community at large. Research projects are generally well supported by local, national and international partners.
The Faculty’s aim is to deliver world-class teaching and research while appreciating the need to be appropriately responsive to its African roots.
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Faculty Administrator: Mr BW Jeremiah
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Faculty Officer: Ms M Mbeo
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Updated: 11 December 2015
Departments in this faculty
Department of Built Environment
The Department of Built Environment prepares diplomates and graduates for careers in structured physical- and cost planning, as well as management of construction projects, such as buildings, civil engineering structures, infrastructure and restoration work.learn more »
Department of Civil Engineering
Civil engineering makes a region habitable. Before construction starts, the civil engineering team must carefully plan and design the works. They also supervise the construction facilities that include structures such as bridges, airports, highways, power lines, dams, and sewage and water purification plants.learn more »
Department of Electrical, Electronic and Computer Engineering
The Department of Electrical, Electronic & Computer Engineering offers courses in Electrical Engineering: Light Current and Heavy Current as well as Computer Systems Engineering. These courses deal with the study and application of electricity, electronics, electrostatics and electromagnetism – which covers a range of sub-studies including power electronics, control systems, signal processing and telecommunications. Electrical, […]learn more »
Department of Information Technology
The Department of Information Technology offers programmes in Software Development and Web & Application development.learn more »
Department of Mathematical and Physical Sciences
The Department of Mathematical and Physical Sciences is a service department, offering: Mathematics Statistics and Physics to students of the different faculties at CUT. Mathematical and Physical Sciences Acting Head of Department Dr Gilbert Makanda Tel.: +27 (0)51 507 3598 | Fax: +27 (0)51 507 3254 | E-mail: email@example.com Updated: 29 June 2018learn more »
Department of Mechanical and Mechatronic Engineering
The Department of Mechanical & Mechatronic Engineering is concerned with the conception, design, implementation and operation of mechanical systems. It strives for excellence in education, training, research and development to meet the wealth creation and upliftment needs of the Free State and South Africa in this regard. The department provide its diplomates and graduates with […]learn more »