|Course:||Bachelor of Engineering Technology:(Electrical Engineering)|
Bachelor of Engineering Electrical technologists are responsible for the design, development, manufacturing, testing and maintenance of Electrical, Electronic and Digital infrastructure. This includes, but is not limited to power generating, transmission and distribution systems, control systems, computer systems, data and voice communication systems, automated robotic systems and medical technologies interested party must have obtained Bachelors degree in matric.
|Requirements:||• Minimum statutory NSC requirements for degree entry must be met. • English, Afrikaans or isiXhosa (home language or first additional language) on at least a level 4 (50 – 59%). • Mathematics or Technical Mathematics 5 (60 - 69%). • Physical Science or Technical Science 4 (50-59%).|
|Job Opportunities:||Electrical Engineering technology graduates are not limited to formal employment areas – they also make good entrepreneurs. Apart from this, they may also find challenging opportunities in teaching and or research. Typical sectors of opportunities for employment include power generation, transmission and distribution corporations, as well as government institutions developing infrastructure, computer-technology corporations, manufacturing plants, parastatal and private communication companies as well as process-control and chemical plants|