UNIVERSITY OF JOHANNESBURG

UNIVERSITY OF JOHANNESBURG

UNIVERSITY OF JOHANNESBURG

UNIVERSITY OF JOHANNESBURG FACULTY OF ENGINEERING AND THE BUILT ENVIRONMENT AUCKLAND PARK CAMPUS RULES AND REGULATIONS 2009 POSTGRADUATE PROGRAMMES www.uj.ac.za The University reserves the right to supplement, delete or change any part of a regulation without prior notice.

UNIVERSITY OF JOHANNESBURG Faculty Regulations for Engineering and the Built Enviroment 2 TABLE OF CONTENTS GENERAL INFORMATION 4 MEMBERS OF STAFF 5 FACULTY SPECIFIC REGULATIONS 10 EP1 ACADEMIC REGULATIONS 10 EP2 POSTGRADUATE DEGREE PROGRAMMES OFFERED 10 EP3 ADMISSION AND STUDY REQUIREMENTS 10 EP4 REGISTRATION REQUIREMENTS 11 EP5 FEES PAYABLE 11 EP6 ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY MAGISTER TECHNOLOGIAE PROGRAMMES 12 EP6.1 MTech: Engineering: Civil (Research based) 12 EP6.2 MTech: Engineering: Chemical (Research based) 12 EP6.3 MTech: Construction Management (Research based) 13 EP6.4 MTech: Engineering: Electrical (Research based) 13 EP6.5 MTech: Extraction Metallurgy (Research based) 14 EP6.6 MTech: Engineering: Industrial (Research based) 14 EP6.7 MTech: Engineering: Mechanical (Research based) 15 EP6.8 MTech: Engineering: Metallurgy (Research based) 15 EP6.9 MTech: Engineering: Quantity Surveying (Research based) 16 EP7 ENGINEERING SCIENCE MAGISTER INGENERIAE PROGRAMMES 17 EP7.1 MIng: Electrical and Electronic (Research based) 17 EP7.2 MIng: Mechanical (Lectured) 18 EP7.3 MIng: Mechanical (Research based) 19 EP7.4 MIng: Civil (Research based) 21 EP7.5 MIng: Engineering Management (Lectured) 22 EP7.6 MIng: Engineering Management (Research based) 23 EP8 ENGINEERING SCIENCE MAGISTER PHILOSOPHIAE PROGRAMMES 25 EP8.1 MPhil: Electrical and Electronic Engineering (Research based) 25 EP8.2 MPhil: Mechanical Engineering (Lectured) 26 EP8.3 MPhil: Mechanical Engineering (Research based) 27 EP8.4 MPhil: Civil Engineering (Research based) 28 EP8.5 MPhil: Engineering Management (Lectured) 30 EP8.6 MPhil: Mechanical Engineering (Research based) 31 EP9 ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY DOCTORAL DEGREE PROGRAMMES 33 EP9.1 DTech: Engineering: Mechanical 33 EP9.2 DTech: Extraction Metallurgy 33 EP9.3 DTech: Engineering Metallurgy 34 EP9.4 DTech: Engineering 34 EP10 ENGINEERING SCIENCE DOCTORAL DEGREE PROGRAMMES 35 EP10.1 DIng: Electrical and Electronic 35 EP10.2 DIng: Mechanical 36 EP10.3 DIng: Civil 37 EP10.4 DIng: Engineering Management 39

UNIVERSITY OF JOHANNESBURG Faculty Regulations for Engineering and the Built Enviroment 3 EP11 ENGINEERING SCIENCE DOCTOR PHILOSOPHIAE PROGRAMMES 41 EP11.1 DPhil: Electrical and Electronic Engineering 41 EP11.2 DPhil: Mechanical Engineering 42 EP11.3 DPhil: Civil Engineering 43 EP11.4 DPhil: Engineering Management 45 EP12 MODULE DESCRIPTIONS 47

UNIVERSITY OF JOHANNESBURG Faculty Regulations for Engineering and the Built Enviroment 4 GENERAL INFORMATION EXECUTIVE DEAN: Prof T Marwala *VICE-DEAN: Prof JHC Pretorius VICE-DEAN: Ms H Nel SECRETARY OF THE DEAN: Ms R Maritz DIRECTOR: FACULTY ADMINISTRATION : Ms E Maas SENIOR FACULTY OFFICER (Post graduate affairs): Ms K Odendaal ACCOUNTANT: Mr A van den Berg POSTAL ADDRESS: Faculty of Engineering and the Built Environment University of Johannesburg P.O.

Box 524 AUCKLAND PARK; 2006 Fax no: 011 559 2054 Faculty of Engineering and the Built Environment University of Johannesburg P.O. Box 17911 DOORNFONTEIN; 2028 Fax no: 011 559 6448 RESIDENCE ADMINISTRATION: Ms. M. Strydom Residence Administration University of Johannesburg P.O. Box 524 AUCKLAND PARK; 2006 Tel no: 559-2092 ENQUIRIES: STUDENT FINANCES D-Ring Foyer Tel no’s: 011 559 3023 011 559 3024 011 559 3026 011 559 3025 ENQUIRIES: POSTGRADUATE ENGINEERING PROGRAMMES 011 559 2109

UNIVERSITY OF JOHANNESBURG Faculty Regulations for Engineering and the Built Enviroment 5 MEMBERS OF STAFF Note: *indicates Head of Department ENGINEERING SCIENCE (AUCKLAND PARK KINGSWAY CAMPUS) Department of Civil Engineering Science Professor: J Haarhoff, Pr.Eng., Ph.D(Iowa State) *Associate-professor: TFH. Legge, Pr.Eng., MSc(London) Associate-professor: JE van Zyl, Pr.Eng, PhD(Exeter) Senior Lecturer: M. Dundu, PhD(Civil)(Wits) Senior Lecturer: D. Kruger, Pr.Eng, MIng(Civil)(RAU) Senior Lecturer: (Part-time) Adv. PWM. Kujawa, LLM(RAU) Senior Lecturer: MB van Ryneveld, Pr.Eng, PhD(Wits) Lecturer: P van Tonder, MIng(Civil)(RAU) Technical Lecturer: JJ Bester, MPhil(Engineering Management)(RAU) Senior Mechanician: M Vermeulen, (N3) Senior Technician: Mrs S.J.

van Staden, MPhil(Civil)(RAU) Mrs L. De Ponte, Departmental Secretary Tel: 559 2342 Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering Science Professor: HC Ferreira, Pr Eng, DSc(Eng)(Elec)(UP). Professor: JHC Pretorius, Pr Eng. MIng(Elec)(RAU), MSc(Pulsed Power)(St. Andrews), Ding(Elec)(RAU).

Professor: Vacant Associate-professor: Vacant *Associate-professor: HFV Boshoff, BSc(Hons)(Physics)(Unisa), MIng(Electron)(UP), PhD(Electron)(US) Associate-professor: Vacant Associate-professor: J Meyer, DIng(Elec)(RAU) Senior Lecturer: WA Clarke, DIng(Elec.)(RAU) Senior Lecturer: AS de Beer, DIng(Elec)(RAU) Senior Lecturer: A. de Jaeger, DIng(Elec)(RAU) Senior Lecturer: JAF du Plessis, MSc Ing(Elec)(US) Senior Lecturer: DC Pentz, MIng(Elec)(RAU) Lecturer: Ms S Chinappen, BSc.(Elec)(Eng)(Wits), HDip(Computer Science)(Wits), MBA(Bond), MEng(Computer Engineering)(UP) Lecturer: Vacant Lecturer: Vakant Senior Technician: PJ Britz, National Technical Diploma(T3) Senior Technician: Vacant Senior Technician: J Mienie, NDT Junior Technician: Vacant Ms M Branders, Departmental Secretary Tel: 559 2147 Ms G Wessels, Administrative Assistant Department of Mechanical Engineering Science Morris Gillman Chair in Manufacturing: Professor Z Katz, PrEng, DSc(Technion, Israel) Professor: AL Nel, DIng(Mech)(RAU) Professor: Vacant *Professor: A Nurick, PrEng, DSc(Mech)(UP) Professor: Vacant Professor (Part-time): A Strauss, PrEng, MIng(Mech)(PUvCHO), DIng(UP) Associate-professor: AJ van Wyk, PrEng, BIng(Mech)(Wits) Associate-professor: RF Laubscher, PrEng, DIng(Mech)(RAU) Senior Lecturer: J Pretorius, PrEng, MIng(Mech)(RAU), DIng(Civil)(RAU) Senior Lecturer (Part-time): J Coetzee, DIng(UP) Senior Lecturer: Mr PFJ Henning DIng(Mech)(UJ)

UNIVERSITY OF JOHANNESBURG Faculty Regulations for Engineering and the Built Enviroment 6 Lecturer: Mr JJ Klopper, MIng(Mech)(RAU) Lecturer: Mr D Madyira, MSc(Design of Turbomachines)(Cranfield, UK) Lecturer: Ms N Janse van Rensburg, MSc(Mech)(NWU) Lecturer: FF Pieterse, Industrial Diploma (Aviation Maintenance Mechanics), NHED(Mech), M.Phil(Mech)(RAU) Lecturer (Part time): Mr P Goyns, BSc(Mech Eng), MSc(Mech Eng)(Wits), DPhil(Energy Studies)(UJ) Lecturer (Part time): Mr T Segal, MSc Chief Technician: MG Goossens, PrTechEng, BSc(UNISA), HND(Mech) Senior Technician: MD Mukhawana, MTech(CPUT) Senior Mechanician: DJ Müller Senior Mechanician: W Dott Junior Technician: M Phiri Laboratory Assistant: E Maboe Ms E Taylor, Departmental Secretary Tel: 559 2386 ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY (DOORNFONTEIN CAMPUS) Department of Chemical Engineering Technology: Academic *Mr M Mollagee, M Tech (CPUT) Senior Lecturer: Mr LR Levin, MTech(UJ) Senior Lecturer: Dr R Huberts, PhD(Wits) Senior Lecturer: Dr E Muzenda, PhD(Birmingham) Senior Lecturer: Mr M Belaid, MSc(UKZN) Lecturer: Dr W Ntuli, PhD(UCT) Technical Officer: Mr A Marthinus, BSc (US) Ms S Maitland, Secretary, Sec Diploma, Tel 559-6276 Department Of Civil Engineering Technology *Senior Lecturer, Mr J J de Koker, MDipTech(Eng)(UJ), PrTech Eng Senior Lecturer, Dr GC Fanourakis, DTech(Eng)(UJ), MSc (Eng)(Wits) Senior Lecturer: Mr CPC Bruwer, BEng(US), PrEng Senior Lecturer: Mr L Shirley, BSc, BEng(US), BEng(Hons)(UP), PrEng Lecturer: Mr F Thaimo, BTech(Eng)(UJ) Lecturer: Ms MA Tsita, BTech(Eng)(UJ) Lecturer: Ms N Ngcobo, BTech(Eng)(DUT), MBA Administrative Officer: Mr MS Butler Administrative Assistant: Mrs J Kgosing, Laboratory Manager: Mr N Sfarnas, B Tech(Eng)(UJ) Technician Learner: Mr B Kau Technician Learner: Mr J Makhafola Laboratory Assistant: Mr C Bulala Mrs C Lotter, Departmental Secretary Tel: 559-2745 Department of Construction Management and Quantity Surveying *Senior Lecturer, Mr F Fester, MTech(CM)(CPUT), FCIOB, PrCPM, PrCM, FSAIB, MAQS Senior Lecturer, Mr I Musonda, Dip(Civil)(PGD Highway Engineering)(Zambia), MSc(BE)(UPE), Pr CM, MCIOB Senior Lecturer, Mr WD Thwala, BA(UNISWA), PGCE(UNISWA), MDP(Wits), Certificate in African Management Programme (UNISA), MSc(Development Planning)(Wits), MSc(Engineering)(Wits), PrCPM, MCIOB, TRP Lecturer, Mr JN Agumba, MTech(CM)(UJ) Part-time Lecturer, Mr FC Abrahams Bed(RAU), ACIOB Part-time Lecturer, Mr J Oosthuizen, CA (SA) Part-time Lecturer, Mr R Rhebok, LLB(Wits), BTech(TWR), B Com

UNIVERSITY OF JOHANNESBURG Faculty Regulations for Engineering and the Built Enviroment 7 Part-time Lecturer, Mr R Scorgie, HND(Natal Tech) Visiting Professor T C Haupt, PhD(University of Florida)(USA), PrCM Mrs C Jordan, Departmental Secretary, Tel: 559 2170 Department of Electronic and Computer Engineering Technology *Senior Lecturer, Mr JH Fouché, M Dip Tech (TWR) Senior Lecturer: Mr P Ellis, BTech(TWR) Senior Lecturer: Mr MF Grobler, MEng(RAU) Senior Lecturer: Mrs M Joseph, MCA, MCSSA(Bangalore University) Lecturer: Mr JVB Beukes, BTech(TWR) Lecturer: Mrs J Buisson-Street, NHD, MSc, MCSSA, MIEEE(Wits) Lecturer: Mr J Harris-Dewey, BTech(TWR) Lecturer: Mr P Lindeque, NHD(TWR) Lecturer: Mr EM Loots, BTech, MSAIEE(TWR) Lecturer: Mr NP Loots, MBA(TWR) Lecturer: Mr N Mabunda, BTech(PE Technikon) Lecturer: Mr JA Nieuwoudt, BTech(TWR) Lecturer: Mr A Slater, BTech(TWR) Lecturer: Mr HP van der Walt, BTech(TWR) Lecturer: Mr PJJ van Zyl, BTech(TWR) Lecturer: Mr PR Wilson, NHD(TWR) Technician: Light Current: Mr E Dlamini, BTech(TWR) Technician: Computer: Mr V Rameshar, NDip(DUT) Technician: Computer: Mr M Tshisikule, NDip(TWR) Mrs M Steyn, Secretary, NDip(TWR), Tel: 559-6106 Department of Engineering Metallurgy Senior Lecturer: Dr S Bhero, PhD(MetEng)(The University of Sheffield, UK), M(Met)(The University of Sheffield, UK), MSc(TQM)(Sheffield Hallam University, UK), BSc(Hon)(MetEng)(University of Zimbabwe), NDip(Industrial Metallurgy)(Bulawayo Polytechnic) Senior Lecturer: Mr G Combrink, BEng(Chem)(UP), MSc(Corrosion, Science and Engineering)(UMIST) Senior Lecturer: Mr C Hattingh, BSc(Hons)(EngMet)(UP), Diploma in Tertiary Education(UNISA) Senior Lecturer: Mr D Malone, BCom(BusMan)(UNISA), NDip(EngMet)(TWR), NDip(Production Management)(Damelin) *Mr.

K Nyembwe, PrEng, MTech(EngMet)(TWR) Lecturer: Mr LG Juganan, NDip(Eng Met)(MLST), NHD(EngMet)(TWR), BTech(EngMet)(UJ) Lecturer: Mr K Katuku, BSc(Hon)(Metallurgy)(The University of Lubumbashi, DRC) Part-time Lecturer: Mr A Anyimadu, BSc(Hon)(MetEng)(University of Science and Technology, Ghana) Part-time Lecturer: Mr C Banganayi, MTech(MetEng)(TWR), BTech(MetEng)(TWR), BSc(Hon)(Applied Chemistry)(Wits), BSc(Ed Chemistry)(University of Enrique José Varona, Cuba) Part-time Lecturer: Mr I Kilongozi, BTech(EngMet)(UJ) Part-time Lecturer: R Sefoka, BSc(HED)(University of the North), BTech(EngMet)(TWR), MBA(Bond) Part-time Lecturer: Mr J van der Merwe, BEng(Met)(UP), MEng(Met.)(UP) Station Manager: Mr F Varachia, MSc(Eng.)(Wits) Laboratory Assistant: Mr G Machaba, Business Diploma(Phone Efficiency Business College) Department of Extraction Metallurgy: Academic *Senior Lecturer, DT Bell,BSc(Engineering Metallurgy)(Wits), MSAIMM Senior Lecturer: Prof A Mulaba-Bafubiandi, PhD(Leuven, Belgium) Contract Lecturer: Dr R Haegele, Dr rer Nat(Marburg, Germany) Senior Lecturer: Mr A Dubber, Govt Certificate(Assay), NDT(Assay), NDT(Metallurgy)(TWR), NTD(Technikon SA) Lecturer: Mr M Kalenga, M(EngineeringMetallurgy)(UP)

UNIVERSITY OF JOHANNESBURG Faculty Regulations for Engineering and the Built Enviroment 8 Laboratory Technician: Mr H Steyn, Govt Certificate(Assay)(TWR) Laboratory Technician: Ms M. Madiba, BTech(TUT) Laboratory Technician: Mr M Oosthuizen Laboratory Technician: Mr H Steyn, Govt Certificate(Assay) Mr W Nyambi BEng(Metallurgy)(School of Mines, Zimbabwe) Laboratory Assistant: Ms T Mchunu Laboratory Assistant: Mr A Mudalahothe Ms T. Ziki, Departmental Secretary, Tel: 559 2335 Department of Industrial Engineering Technology: Academic Mr G Muyengwa MSc(Zimbabwe) Mr R Mutyavavire, MSc(Zimbabwe) Senior Lecturer, Mr LA Venter, BProc(UNISA), Bcom(UNISA), NHD(IndEng)(UNISA), ND(ProdMan)(UNISA) Department of Mechanical Engineering Technology: Academic Senior Lecturer: Ms D Ionescu, Msc(Eng)(University of Iasi, Romania), PrEng, Corrosion ISA, SAIMECHE, IFPS Senior Lecturer: Mr F Martinez, MTech(Engineering: Mechanical), UJ, PrTechEng Senior Lecturer: Mr H Roohani, MSc(Mechanical Engineering)(Wits), Pr.Eng Senior Lecturer: Mr P Simelane, MTech(Engineering: Mechanical), CPUT *Senior Lecturer: Mr P Stachelhaus, MEng(Bulk Solid Handling)(University of Newcastle, Australia), PrTechEng, GCC(MechEng), MSAIMECHE Lecturer: Mr F Chiromo, M(Manufacturing Systems Engineering)(Queen's University, Belfast, Northern Ireland), Zimbabwe Institution of Engineers Lecturer: Mr S Gqibani, MSc(University of Sussex), PrTechEng Lecturer: Mr A Knott, BTech(Mechanical: Engineering)(UJ), MRAES Lecturer: Ms V Mendes, MSc(Eng)(Technical University of Sofia, Bulgaria) Lecturer: Mr T Miller, BTech (Engineering: Mechanical)(UJ) Lecturer: Ms C Popa, Bsc, BEng(University Of Southern Queensland), Candidate Engineer Part Time Lecturer, Mr B Kasanda, BEng(Mechanical)(University of Zambia), MSAIMCHE, MEIZ, RENG Part Time Lecturer: Mr F Tekweme, ND(Technicians Mechanical & Post), MEng(Mechanical)(University of Kinshasa) Experiential Learning Coordinator: Mr M Skikne, BSc(Hon)(Wits) Contract: Mr P van Pletzen, ND(Technicians Mechanical)(Post Graduate Teaching), Vaal Triangle Technikon, Federal Education Council Technical Officer: Mr B Geustyn, ND(Trade Mechanical Engineering), N5(Mechanical Engineering)(Iscor Training Centre Kathu)(Johannesburg Technical College) Technical Officer: Mr MP Mofomme, ND(Mechanical Engineering,Trade Test)(Centurion College) Laboratory Assistant: Mr T Maswangati General Assistant: Ms S Mashao, Grade 12, Venda Secondary School Ms E Motedi, Departmental Secretary, BTech(Office Management & Technology)(Tshwane University Of Technology) Department of Mine Surveying Senior Lecturer, Mr P Giannakopoulos, MEd *Senior Lecturer, Mr H Grobler, MSc, NHD Senior Lecturer, Mr KS Phogole, NHD(Mine Surveying)(TWR), PLATO Department of Mining *Senior Lecturer, Mr P Knottenbelt, ACSM (Camborne School of Mines, UK), MDP, MMCC, FSAIMM(Hon Life) Lecturer: Mr H Strauss, B Tech (UJ), MMCC Lecturer: Mr P Wissekerke, NDT UJ), MMCC Lecturer: Mr N Ndiweni, B Sc (Eng Mining) (Leeds University UK) MMCC

UNIVERSITY OF JOHANNESBURG Faculty Regulations for Engineering and the Built Enviroment 9 Lecturer: Mr L Molise, NHD, B Tech (UJ), MMCC Lecturer: Mr WB Mothlabane B Sc Eng Mining (Wits) Lecturer: Mr D Mohoaladi NHD (UJ) MMCC Ms A Croucamp, Secretary, Dip, Tel: 559 2357 Department of Power and Control Engineering Technology *Professor, Prof M Case, PhD(UCT) Senior Lecturer: Mr P Lazanas, MSc, PrTechEng(Wits) Lecturer: Mr P Baron, BTech(TWR) Lecturer: Mr. P. Bokoro, BTech(DUT) Lecturer: Mr A Cottrell, NHD(Vaal Triangle Technikon) Lecturer: Mr BA Klette, BTech(TWR) Lecturer: Mr T Mahlare, BTech(TWR) Lecturer: Mr M Mngomezulu, BEng(UP) Lecturer: Mr GD Potgieter, NHD, HED(UP) Lecturer: Mr D Setlhake, BTech(Vaal Triangle Technikon) Lecturer: Mr DR van Niekerk, BTech(TWR) Technician: Mr.

V. Mahlalo, NDip(CUT) Mrs M Steyn, Secretary, N Dip (TWR), Tel: 559-6106 Department of Town and Regional Planning Senior Lecturer: Mr B N Brink, ArchSA(TRP)(SA), BArch(UCT), MSc(Eng)(Delft), MIA, MSAPI *Senior Lecturer, Mr M.P. Lewis, TRP(SA), M(TRP)(UP), MSAPI, MRTPI Lecturer: Mr G O Onatu, MSc TRP (Housing) (Wits), Cert Strategic Management and Planning (UNISA), MSAPI, AfRes Lecturer. Vacant Ms A v d Westhuizen, Administrative Assistant (011) 559-6428

UNIVERSITY OF JOHANNESBURG Faculty Regulations for Engineering and the Built Enviroment 10 FACULTY SPECIFIC REGULATIONS EP1 ACADEMIC REGULATIONS The Faculty Regulations must be read together with the Academic Regulations of the University of Johannesburg, which contains: Admission requirements, Registration Regulations, Credit and Promotion requirements, Exemption and recognition of prior learning (RPL) requirements, Duration of programme, Teaching, Learning and assessment, Regulations for Examinations and Tests, Academic regulations applicable to Masters and Doctoral Degrees and The Regulations for a particular programme as provided in this publication.

EP2 POSTGRADUATE DEGREE PROGRAMMES OFFERED All engineering science programmes (MIng, MPhil, DIng and DPhil) are offered on the Auckland Park Campus (APC) and the technology programmes (MTech and DTech) are offered on the Doornfontein Campus (DFC).

Postgraduate degree pogramme NQF level Minimum study period Campus Magister Technologiae MTech 8 1 year Fulltime 2 years Part-time DFC Magister Ingeneriae MIng 8 1 year Fulltime 2 years Part-time APK Magister Philosophiae MPhil 8 1 year Fulltime 2 years Part-time APK Doctores Technologiae DTech 9 2 years Fulltime 3 years Part-time DFC Doctor Ingeneriae DIng 9 2 years Fulltime 3 years Part-time APK Doctor Philosophiae DPhil 9 2 years Fulltime 3 years Part-time APK EP3 ADMISSION AND STUDY REQUIREMENTS EP3.1 HIGHER DEGREES 3.1.1 After successful completion of the BTech (or equivalent degree), candidates may, where applicable, register for a Masters Degree in Technology (Magister Technologiae – MTech).

3.1.2 Successful completion of the MTech (or equivalent) degree may allow a candidate to register for a Doctoral Degree in Technology (Doctores Technologiae – DTech). Regulations on application and registration for a higher degree are contained in the “University of Johannesburg Postgraduate Research Manual”. This document can be obtained from the UJ Intranet, the offices of the Faculty Administrators, Faculty Research Manager or from the Office of the Dean of Research.

UNIVERSITY OF JOHANNESBURG Faculty Regulations for Engineering and the Built Enviroment 11 EP3.2 STUDY FOR THE MASTERS DEGREE PROGRAMME 3.2.1 Candidates for the Masters degree programme in Engineering are normally admitted for study on the grounds of a four year Bachelors degree in Engineering but in each case on recommendation of the Head of the relevant Department.

3.2.2 Study towards the Masters degree programme in the Faculty can be undertaken in any of the following manners: (i) A research and/or development project and the compilation of a dissertation. The study is concluded by an oral presentation. (ii) Lectured Masters degrees consist of lectured modules and a minor dissertation as determined by the Head of the relevant Department. 3.2.3 A core requirement for the MIng and MPhil degrees is the development of a demonstrated ability to carry out own research in a fundamental manner. The ability can be developed by carrying out a pure research programme.

Alternatively, the theoretical knowledge required at Masters’ level can be supplemented by coursework while the ability to carry out research is still demonstrated by a significant research component. To ensure that both the taught and research components are significant, each should comprise 50% of the programme credits.

EP3.3 DOCTORAL STUDY 3.3.1 Candidates for doctoral study in Engineering are under normal conditions admitted on the grounds of a Masters degree in Engineering but in each case on recommendation of the Head of the relevant Department. 3.3.2 Doctoral studies exist of independent research and developmental work and an applicable thesis. The study is concluded with a presentation. EP4 REGISTRATION REQUIREMENTS For specific Faculty Admission requirements please see Regulation EP3. 4.1 All undergraduate students who enroll for the first time at the University of Johannesburg have to submit certified copies of their academic records and certificates of conduct applicable to all previous degrees obtained.

4.2 Students from other universities who wish to continue their studies at the University of Johannesburg have to submit their Academic Records and Certificates of Good Conduct, issued by the other university, at registration. 4.3 All admission documents as requested by the University for undergraduate and postgraduate students who register for the first semester, have to be submitted by 15 May. Candidates who register for the second semester have to comply with this requirement by 15 September.

4.4 Failure to submit admission documents timeously will result in the cancellation of registration. Registration of students is conditional until all requirements for admission have been met. EP5 FEES PAYABLE In respect of fees payable, please refer to the Brochure: Student Fees. If you are not in possession of this brochure and you need information urgently, please contact STUDENT FINANCES: (011)559-3777.

UNIVERSITY OF JOHANNESBURG Faculty Regulations for Engineering and the Built Enviroment 12 EP6 ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY MAGISTER TECHNOLOGIAE PROGRAMMES NQF LEVEL 8 EP6.1 MTech: ENGINEERING: CIVIL Research based 724-1 EP6.1.1Purpose of the qualification A learner achieving this qualification will be competent to conduct research under minimal guidance and contribute to knowledge production in the engineering environment with success.

EP6.1.2Qualification outcomes Demonstrate the capability to identify a problem or need in industry, and apply research methodologies to address the need or problem.

EP6.1.3Admission requirements and selection criteria A Baccalaureus Technologiae: Engineering: Chemical, or an equivalent qualification at an equivalent standard EP6.1.4Conferment of degree The MTech: Engineering: Civil is is conferred on students who have completed the dissertation successfully. EP6.1.5Curriculum CODE MODULE VEH1208 Dissertation: Civil EP6.2 MTech: ENGINEERING: CHEMICAL Research based 723-1 EP6.2.1Purpose of the qualification This qualification is intended for chemical engineers or technologists working in process related industries. Learners achieving this qualification have the competence to conduct independent research in chemical engineering, and contribute significantly to knowledge production through the understanding, application and evaluation of existing knowledge.

The research problem, its justification, process and outcome is reported in a thesis, which complies with the generally accepted norms at that level. EP6.2.2Qualification outcomes The qualifying learner will have the ability to: 1. Collect and organise information in the selected field/area of research. 2. Apply research methods and techniques appropriately and correctly. 3. Make a significant contribution by recommending improvements to existing Chemical Engineering Science and Technology.

EP6.2.3Admission requirements and selection criteria A Baccalaureus Technologiae: Engineering: Chemical, or an equivalent qualification at an equivalent standard EP6.2.4Conferment of degree The M Tech: Engineering: Chemical is conferred on students who have completed the dissertation successfully.

UNIVERSITY OF JOHANNESBURG Faculty Regulations for Engineering and the Built Enviroment 13 EP6.2.5Curriculum CODE MODULE VEH1108 Dissertation: Chemical EP6.3 MTech: CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT Research based 743-1 EP6.3.1Purpose of the qualification This qualification is intended to enable graduate to apply integrated technical knowledge/ skills and advanced analysis and problem solving to a particular specialising in construction management, property and her related fields, through involvement in an applied research project.

EP6.3.2Qualification outcomes Conduct research and development in a specialised area and engage in the transfer of technology in the field of construction management and property development. EP6.3.3Admission requirements and selection criteria A BTech: Construction Management, or an equivalent qualification at an equivalent standard. OR A National Higher Diploma: Building Surveying or Construction Supervision, plus approved work experience and other post-diploma studies. Students are selected on academic merit and approved field of study. EP6.3.4Conferment of degree The M Tech: Engineering: Construction Management is conferred on students who have completed the dissertation successfully.

EP6.3.5Curriculum CODE MODULE VEH1508 Dissertation: Construction Management EP6.4 MTech: ENGINEERING: ELECTRICAL Research based 744-1 EP6.4.1Purpose of the qualification A qualifying learner will conduct independent research, under minimum guidance, in a chosen field of Electrical Engineering, and contribute to knowledge production in that field. EP6.4.2Qualification outcomes 1. Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the field/area of investigation. 2. Apply research methods and techniques appropriately and correctly. EP6.4.3Admission requirements and selection criteria A Baccalaureus Technologiae: Engineering: Electrical, or an equivalent qualification at an equivalent standard.

UNIVERSITY OF JOHANNESBURG Faculty Regulations for Engineering and the Built Enviroment 14 EP6.4.4Conferment of degree The M Tech: Engineering: Electrical conferred on students who have completed the dissertation successfully. EP6.4.5Curriculum CODE MODULE VEH1608 Dissertation: Electrical EP6.5 MTech: EXTRACTION METALLURGY Research based 616-1 EP6.5.1Purpose of the qualification A qualifying learner at this level is competent in applying specialist knowledge and research methodology in a metallurgical environment thus contributing to the research and development needs of the metallurgic industry and mining community.

The qualified person will be able to register with ECSA as a professional technologist. EP6.5.2Qualification outcomes The qualifying learner should have the capability to: 1. Initiate and execute applied research in a range of metallurgical activities to full completion 2. Function at middle to upper management level in a metallurgical environment. EP6.5.3Admission requirements and selection criteria A Baccalaureus Technologiae: Extraction Metallurgy, or an equivalent qualification at an equivalent standard.

EP6.5.4Conferment of degree The M Tech: Extraction Metallurgy is conferred on learners who have completed the dissertation successfully. EP6.5.5Curriculum CODE MODULE VEH1808 Dissertation: Extraction Metallurgy EP6.6 MTech: ENGINEERING: INDUSTRIAL Research based 725-1 EP6.6.1Purpose of the qualification This qualification is intended to allow graduates to apply integrated operations techniques, together with advanced analysis and problem-solving, to a particular specialisation in the field of Industrial Engineering/Operations Management, through involvement in an applied research project.

EP6.6.2Qualification outcomes and assessment criteria Conduct research and development in a specialised area and engage in the transfer of technology in the field of Industrial Engineering or Operations Management.

EP6.6.3Admission requirements and selection criteria A Baccalaureus Technologiae: Industrial Engineering, or an equivalent qualification at an equivalent standard.

UNIVERSITY OF JOHANNESBURG Faculty Regulations for Engineering and the Built Enviroment 15 EP6.6.4Conferment of degree The M Tech: Engineering: Industrial is conferred on students who have completed the dissertation successfully. EP6.6.5Curriculum CODE MODULE VEH1308 Dissertation: Industrial EP6.7 MTech: ENGINEERING: MECHANICAL Research based 726-1 EP6.7.1Purpose of the qualification This qualification is intended for persons who will make a contribution, through research, to understanding the application and evaluation of existing knowledge in a specialized area of technology. They will also demonstrate a high level of overall knowledge in that area, ranging from fundamental concepts to advanced theoretical or applied knowledge.

EP6.7.2Qualification outcomes and assessment criteria Complete research successfully in engineering processes, products or systems. EP6.7.3Admission requirements and selection criteria A Baccalaureus Technologiae: Engineering: Mechanical, or an equivalent qualification at an equivalent standard. EP6.7.4Conferment of degree The M Tech: Engineering: Mechanical is conferred on learners who have completed the dissertation successfully. EP6.7.5Curriculum CODE MODULE VEH1408 Dissertation: Mechanical EP6.8 MTech: ENGINEERING: METALLURGY Research based 615-1 EP6.8.1Purpose of the qualification A qualifying learner at this level is competent in applying specialist knowledge and research methodology in a metallurgical environment thus contributing to the research and development needs of the metallurgical industry and mining community.

The qualified person will be able to register with ECSA as a Professional Technologist. EP6.8.2Qualification outcomes and assessment criteria The qualifying learner should have the capability to: 1. Initiate and execute applied research in a range of metallurgical activities to full completion 2. Function at middle to upper management level in a metallurgical environment. EP6.8.3Admission requirements and selection criteria A Baccalaureus Technologiae: Engineering: Metallurgy, or an equivalent qualification at an equivalent standard.

UNIVERSITY OF JOHANNESBURG Faculty Regulations for Engineering and the Built Enviroment 16 EP6.8.4Conferment of degree The M Tech: Engineering: Metallurgy is conferred on students who have completed the dissertation successfully. EP6.8.5Curriculum CODE MODULE VEH1708 Dissertation: Metallurgy EP6.9 MTech: QUANTITY SURVEYING Research based 745-1 EP6.9.1Purpose of the qualification This qualification is intended to enable graduates to apply integrated technical knowledge/skills and advanced analysis and problem solving to a particular specialization in quantity surveying, property development and other related fields, through involvement in an applied research project.

EP6.9.2Qualification outcomes and assessment criteria Conduct research and development in a specialised area and engage in the transfer of technology in the field of quantity surveying and property development EP6.9.3Admission requirements and selection criteria A BTech: Quantity Surveying, or an equivalent qualification at an equivalent standard. OR A National Higher Diploma: Building Surveying plus approved work experience and other post-diploma qualifications Students are selected on academic merit and approved field of study. EP6.9.4Conferment of degree The M Tech: Quantity Surveying is conferred on students who have completed the research project and thesis successfully.

EP6.9.5Curriculum CODE MODULE VEH1908 Dissertation: Quantity Surveying

UNIVERSITY OF JOHANNESBURG Faculty Regulations for Engineering and the Built Enviroment 17 EP7 ENGINEERING SCIENCE MAGISTER INGENERIAE PROGRAMMES NQF LEVEL 8 EP7.1 MIng: ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC Research based MIN003 EP7.1.1Purpose of the qualification The aim of the qualification is to develop an engineer with advanced abilities in applying fundamental engineering sciences and/ design and synthesis and related principles to specific problems of society at large. One of the main objectives of this process is to develop an advanced capability to do own engineering research in a fundamental manner.

It also enforces an approach to lifelong learning. EP7.1.2Qualification outcomes Exit level outcomes The student is able to: 1. Identify, assess, formulate, interpret, analyse and solve engineering research/development problems creatively and innovatively by applying relevant fundamental knowledge of i.a. Mathematics, basic science and engineering sciences in the chosen field of research.

2. Plan an manage engineering research projects demonstrating an underlying fundamental knowledge, understanding and insight into the principles, methodologies and concepts that constitute socially responsible (to local and other communities) research/development in the chosen field of research practice. 3. Work effectively individually or with others as a member of a team, group, organisation, community or in multidisciplinary environments in the chosen field of research. 4. Organise and manage him/herself and his/her activities responsibly, effectively, professionally and ethically and to take responsibility within his/her own limits of competence and to exercise judgement commensurate with knowledge and expertise, pertaining to the field of research 5.

Plan and conduct applicable level of investigations, research and/or experiments by applying appropriate theories and methodologies and perform appropriate data analysis and interpretation 6. Communicate effectively, both orally and in writing, with engineering and specifically research audiences and the community at large in so far as they are affected by the research using appropriate structure, style and graphical support; 7. Use and assess appropriate engineering research methods, skills, tools, technology and information technology effectively and critically in research/development practice and show an understanding and a willingness to accept responsibility for the impact that interdisciplinary research/development activities have on society and the environment 8.

Perform synthesis of components, systems, works, products or processes as a set of related systems and assess their social, legal, health, safety and environmental impacts and benefits where applicable in the chosen field of research. 9. Employ various learning strategies and skills to master outcomes required preparing him/herself to engage in continuous learning to keep abreast of knowledge and skills required in the interdisciplinary field.

10. Participate as a responsible citizen in the life of local, national, and global communities by acting professionally and ethically in the chosen field of research. 11. Demonstrate where applicable cultural and aesthetic sensitivity across a range of social contexts in the execution of research/development activities 12. Explore where applicable education and career opportunities in engineering research/development 13. Organise and develop entrepreneurial opportunities through engineering, technical research, development and/or managerial skills

UNIVERSITY OF JOHANNESBURG Faculty Regulations for Engineering and the Built Enviroment 18 EP7.1.3Admission requirements and selection criteria An approved four-year Bachelor`s degree in Engineering or similar approved degree on honours level.

Final acceptance into the programme is only given after successful presentation of a research seminar after six months of enrolment. Research topics must also be accepted and approved by the supervisors in the Faculty. EP7.1.4Conferment of degree The MIng: Electrical and Electronic degree is conferred on students who have completed the research and dissertation successfully.

EP7.1.5Curriculum CODE MODULE VEH1008 Dissertation: Electrical and Electronic EP7.2 MIng: MECHANICAL Lectured MIN008 EP7.2.1Purpose of the qualification The aim of the qualification is to develop an engineer with advanced abilities in applying fundamental engineering sciences and/ design and synthesis and related principles to specific problems of society at large. One of the main objectives of this process is to develop an advanced capability to do own engineering research in a fundamental manner. It also enforces an approach to lifelong learning. EP7.2.2Qualification outcomes and assessment criteria Exit level outcomes The student is able to: 1.

Identify, assess, formulate, interpret, analyze and solve engineering research and development problems creatively and innovatively by applying relevant fundemental knowledge of i.e. mathemathics, basic science and engineering sciences in the chosen field of research.

2. Plan an manage engineering research projects demonstrating an underlying fundamental knowledge, understanding and insight into the principles, methodologies and concepts that constitute socially responsible (to local and other communities) engineering research/development in the chosen field of research practice. 3. Work effectively individually or with others as a member of a team, group, organization, and community or in multidisciplinary environments in the chosen field of research; 4. Organize and manage him/herself and his/her activities responsibly, effectively, professionally and ethically and take responsibility within his/her own limits of competence and to exercise judgment commensurate with knowledge and expertise pertaining to the field of research; 5.

Plan and conduct applicable level of investigations, research and /or experiments by applying appropriate theories and methodologies and perform data analysis and interpretation 6. Communicate effectively, both orally and in writing, with engineering and specifically research audiences and the community at large in so far as they are affected by the research using appropriate structure, style and graphical support; 7. Use and assess appropriate research methods, skills, tools, technology and information technology effectively and critically in engineering research/development practice and show an understanding and a willingness to

UNIVERSITY OF JOHANNESBURG Faculty Regulations for Engineering and the Built Enviroment 19 accept responsibility for the impact that engineering research/development activities have on society and the environment 8. Perform procedural and non-procedural design and synthesis of components, systems, works, products or processes as a set of related systems and assess their social, legal, health, safety and environmental impacts and benefits where applicable in the chosen field of reserach; 9. Employ various learning strategies and skills to master outcomes required preparing him/herself to engage in continuous learning to keep abreast of knowledge and skills required in the engineering field.

10. Participate as a responsible citizen in the life of local, national, and global communities by acting professionally and ethically in the chosen field of research; 11. Demonstrate where applicable cultural and aesthetic sensitivity across a range of social context in the execution of engineering research and development activities 12. Explore where applicable education and career opportunities through engineering problem solving, design, technical research and managerial skills. 13. Organise and develop entrepreneurial opportunities through engineering, technical research, development and/or managerial skills.

EP7.2.3Admission requirements and selection criteria An approved four-year Bachelor`s degree in Engineering or similar approved degree on honours level. EP7.2.4Conferment of degree The MIng: Mechanical degree is conferred on students who have completed all prescribed modules and minor dissertation successfully. EP7.2.5Curriculum CODE MODULE IHB2168 Maintenance Management IHL2178 Maintenance Logistics IHT2188 Maintenance Technology ISB2158 Maintenance Strategy Setting SKR4408 Minor Dissertation: Mechanical EP7.3 MIng:MECHANICAL Research based MIN009 EP7.3.1Purpose of the qualification The aim of the qualification is to develop an engineer with advanced abilities in applying fundamental engineering sciences and/ design and synthesis and related principles to specific problems of society at large.

One of the main objectives of this process is to develop an advanced capability to do own engineering research in a fundamental manner. It also enforces an approach to lifelong learning. EP7.3.2Qualification outcomes Exit level outcomes The student is able to: 1. Identify, assess, formulate, interpret, analyze and solve engineering research and development problems creatively and innovatively by applying relevant fundemental knowledge of i.e. mathemathics, basic science and engineering sciences in the chosen field of research.

2. Plan an manage engineering research projects demonstrating an underlying fundamental knowledge, understanding and insight into the principles, methodologies and concepts that constitute socially responsible (to local and other communities) engineering research/development in the chosen field of research practice.

UNIVERSITY OF JOHANNESBURG Faculty Regulations for Engineering and the Built Enviroment 20 3. Work effectively individually or with others as a member of a team, group, organization, and community or in multidisciplinary environments in the chosen field of research; 4.

Organize and manage him/herself and his/her activities responsibly, effectively, professionally and ethically and take responsibility within his/her own limits of competence and to exercise judgment commensurate with knowledge and expertise pertaining to the field of research; 5. Plan and conduct applicable level of investigations, research and /or experiments by applying appropriate theories and methodologies and perform data analysis and interpretation 6. Communicate effectively, both orally and in writing, with engineering and specifically research audiences and the community at large in so far as they are affected by the research using appropriate structure, style and graphical support; 7.

Use and assess appropriate research methods, skills, tools, technology and information technology effectively and critically in engineering research/development practice and show an understanding and a willingness to accept responsibility for the impact that engineering research/development activities have on society and the environment 8. Perform procedural and non-procedural design and synthesis of components, systems, works, products or processes as a set of related systems and assess their social, legal, health, safety and environmental impacts and benefits where applicable in the chosen field of reserach; 9.

Employ various learning strategies and skills to master outcomes required preparing him/herself to engage in continuous learning to keep abreast of knowledge and skills required in the engineering field.

10. Participate as a responsible citizen in the life of local, national, and global communities by acting professionally and ethically in the chosen field of research; 11. Demonstrate where applicable cultural and aesthetic sensitivity across a range of social context in the execution of engineering research and development activities 12. Explore where applicable education and career opportunities through engineering problem solving, design, technical research and managerial skills. 13. Organise and develop entrepreneurial opportunities through engineering, technical research, development and/or managerial skills.

EP7.3.3Admission requirements and selection criteria An approved four-year Bachelor`s degree in Engineering or similar approved degree on honours level. Final acceptance into the programme is only given after successful presentation of a research seminar after six months of enrolment. Research topics must also be accepted and approved by the supervisors in the Faculty. EP7.3.4Conferment of degree The MIng: Mechanical degree is conferred on students who have completed the research and dissertation successfully.

EP7.3.5Curriculum CODE MODULE VEH2008 Dissertation: Mechanical

UNIVERSITY OF JOHANNESBURG Faculty Regulations for Engineering and the Built Enviroment 21 EP7.4 MIng: CIVIL Research based MIN011 EP7.4.1Purpose of the qualification The aim of the qualification is to develop an engineer with advanced abilities in applying fundamental engineering sciences and/ design and synthesis and related principles to specific problems of society at large.

One of the main objectives of this process is to develop an advanced capability to do own engineering research in a fundamental manner. It also enforces an approach to lifelong learning. EP7.4.2Qualification outcomes Exit level outcomes The student is able to: 1. Identify, assess, formulate, interpret, analyse and solve engineering research and development problems creatively and innovatively by applying relevant fundamental knowledge of i.a. mathematics, basic science and engineering sciences in the chosen field of research.

2. Plan and manage engineering research projects demonstrating an underlying fundamental knowledge, understanding and insight into the principles, methodologies and concepts that constitute socially responsible (to local and other communities) engineering research/development in the chosen field of research practice. 3. Work effectively individually or with others as a member of a team, group, organisation, community or in multidisciplinary environments in the chosen field of research. 4. Organise and manage him/herself and his/her activities responsibly, effectively professionally and ethically and to take responsibility within his/her own limits of competence and to exercise judgement commensurate with knowledge and expertise, pertaining to the field of research.

5. Plan and conduct applicable level of investigations, research and /or experiments by applying appropriate theories and methodologies and perform data analysis and interpretation. 6. Communicate effectively, both orally and in writing, with engineering and specifically research audiences and the community at large in so far as they are affected by the research using appropriate structure, style and graphical support. 7. Use and assess appropriate engineering research methods, skills, tools, technology and information technology effectively and critically in engineering research/development practice and show an understanding and a willingness to accept responsibility for the impact that engineering research/development practice and show an understanding and a willingness to accept responsibility for the impact that engineering research/development activities have on society and the environment.

8. Perform procedural and non-procedural design and synthesis of components, systems, works, products or processes as a set of related systems and assess their social, legal, health, safety and environmental impacts and benefits where applicable in the chosen field of research.

9. Employ various learning strategies and skills to master outcomes required preparing him/herself to engage in continuous learning to keep abreast of knowledge and skills required in the engineering field. 10. Participate as a responsible citizen in the life of local, national, and global communities by acting professionally and ethically in the chosen field of research. 11. Demonstrate where applicable cultural and aesthetic sensitivity across a range of social context in the execution of engineering research and development activities. 12. Explore where applicable education and career opportunities in engineering research/development.

13. Organise and develop entrepreneurial opportunities through engineering, technical research, development and/or managerial skills. EP7.4.3Admission requirements and selection criteria An approved four-year Bachelor`s degree in Engineering or similar approved degree on honours level.

UNIVERSITY OF JOHANNESBURG Faculty Regulations for Engineering and the Built Enviroment 22 EP7.4.4Conferment of degree The MIng: Civil degree is conferred on students who have completed the research and dissertation successfully. EP7.4.5Curriculum CODE MODULE VEH3008 Dissertation: Civil EP7.5 MIng: ENGINEERING MANAGEMENT Lectured MIN013 EP7.5.1Purpose of the qualification The aim of the qualification is to develop an engineer with advanced abilities in applying fundamental engineering management sciences and/ design and synthesis and related principles to specific management systems problems of society at large.

One of the main objectives in this process is to develop an advanced capability to do independent systems engineering and management research in a fundamental manner. It also enforces an approach to lifelong learning.

EP7.5.2Qualification outcomes Exit level outcomes The student is able to: 1. Identify, assess, formulate, interpret, analyse and solve engineering research and development problems creatively and innovatively by applying relevant fundamental knowledge of i.a. mathematics, basic science and/or engineering and management sciences in the chosen field of research. 2. Plan and manage engineering management research projects, demonstrating an underlying fundamental knowledge, understanding and insight into the principless, methodologies and concepts that constitute socially responsible (to local and other communities) research/development in the chosen field of research practice.

3. Work effectively individually or with others as a member of a team, group, organisation, community or in multidisciplinary environments in the chosen field of research.

4. Organise and manage him/herself and his/her activities responsibly, effectively, professionally and ethically and to take responsibility within his/her own limits of competence and to exercise judgement commensurate with knowledge and expertise, pertaining to the field of research. 5. Plan and conduct applicable level of investigations, research and/or experiments by applying appropriate theories and methodologies and perform data analysis and interpretation. 6. Communicate effectively, both orally and in writing, with engineering and specifically research audiences and the community at large in so far as they are affected by the research using appropriate structure, style and graphical support.

7. Use and assess appropriate engineering management research methods, skills, tools, technology and information technology effectively and critically in engineering research/development practice and show an understanding and a willingness to accept responsibility for the impact that research/development activities have on society and the environment.

8. Evaluate systems, works, products or processes as a set of related systems and assess their social, legal, health, safety and environmental impacts and benefits where applicable in the chosen field of research. 9. Employ various learning strategies and skills to master outcomes required preparing him/herself to engage in continuous learning to keep abreast of knowledge and skills required in the engineering management field

UNIVERSITY OF JOHANNESBURG Faculty Regulations for Engineering and the Built Enviroment 23 10. Participate as a responsible citizen in the life of local, national and global communities by acting professionally and ethically in the chosen field of research 11.

Demonstrate where applicable, cultural and aesthetic sensitivity across a range of social context in the execution of engineering management research and development activities. 12. Explore where applicable education and career opportunities in engineering management research/development 13. Organise and develop entrepreneurial opportunities through engineering, technical research, development and/or managerial skills.

EP7.5.3Admission requirements and selection criteria An approved four-year Bachelor`s degree in Engineering or similar approved degree on honours level. EP7.5.4Conferment of degree The MIng: Engineering Management degree is conferred on students who have completed the four prescribed modules and minor dissertation successfully. All additional modules completed by students will be for non-degree purposes. EP7.5.5Curriculum CODE MODULE BBS4038 Reliability Management BII4028 Engineering Management GIE4058 Advanced Engineering Economics LIB4048 Logistic Engineering and Management PJB4088 Project Management POB4098 Product Development and Marketing SKR4208 Minor Dissertation (2 subjects) SKR4308 Minor Dissertation (3 subjects) SKR4408 Minor Dissertation (4 subjects) SKR4508 Minor Dissertation (5 subjects) SKR4608 Minor Dissertation (6 subjects) EP7.6 MIng: ENGINEERING MANAGEMENT Research based MIN014 EP7.6.1Purpose of the qualification The aim of the qualification is to develop an engineer with advanced abilities in applying fundamental engineering management sciences and/ design and synthesis and related principles to specific management systems problems of society at large.

One of the main objectives in this process is to develop an advanced capability to do independent systems engineering and management research in a fundamental manner. It also enforces an approach to lifelong learning.

EP7.6.2Qualification outcomes Exit level outcomes The student is able to: 1. Identify, assess, formulate, interpret, analyse and solve engineering research and development problems creatively and innovatively by applying relevant fundamental knowledge of i.a. mathematics, basic science and/or engineering and management sciences in the chosen field of research. 2. Plan and manage engineering management research projects, demonstrating an underlying fundamental knowledge, understanding and insight into the principless, methodologies and concepts that constitute socially responsible (to local and other communities) research/development in the chosen field of research practice.

UNIVERSITY OF JOHANNESBURG Faculty Regulations for Engineering and the Built Enviroment 24 3. Work effectively individually or with others as a member of a team, group, organisation, community or in multidisciplinary environments in the chosen field of research. 4. Organise and manage him/herself and his/her activities responsibly, effectively, professionally and ethically and to take responsibility within his/her own limits of competence and to exercise judgement commensurate with knowledge and expertise, pertaining to the field of research.

5. Plan and conduct applicable level of investigations, research and/or experiments by applying appropriate theories and methodologies and perform data analysis and interpretation.

6. Communicate effectively, both orally and in writing, with engineering and specifically research audiences and the community at large in so far as they are affected by the research using appropriate structure, style and graphical support. 7. Use and assess appropriate engineering management research methods, skills, tools, technology and information technology effectively and critically in engineering research/development practice and show an understanding and a willingness to accept responsibility for the impact that research/development activities have on society and the environment.

8. Evaluate systems, works, products or processes as a set of related systems and assess their social, legal, health, safety and environmental impacts and benefits where applicable in the chosen field of research. 9. Employ various learning strategies and skills to master outcomes required preparing him/herself to engage in continuous learning to keep abreast of knowledge and skills required in the engineering management field 10. Participate as a responsible citizen in the life of local, national and global communities by acting professionally and ethically in the chosen field of research.

11. Demonstrate where applicable, cultural and aesthetic sensitivity across a range of social context in the execution of engineering management research and development activities.

12. Explore where applicable education and career opportunities in engineering management research/development 13. Organise and develop entrepreneurial opportunities through engineering, technical research, development and/or managerial skills. EP7.6.3Admission requirements and selection criteria An approved four-year Bachelor`s degree in Engineering or similar approved degree on honours level. Final acceptance into the programme is only given after successful presentation of a research seminar after six months of enrolment. Research topics must also be accepted and approved by the supervisors in the Faculty.

EP7.6.4Conferment of degree The MIng: Engineering Management degree is conferred on students who have completed the research and dissertation successfully. EP7.6.5Curriculum CODE MODULE VEH2008 MIN Dissertation

UNIVERSITY OF JOHANNESBURG Faculty Regulations for Engineering and the Built Enviroment 25 EP8 ENGINEERING SCIENCE MAGISTER PHILOSOPHIAE PROGRAMMES NQF LEVEL 8 EP8.1 MPhil: ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING Research based MPH600 EP8.1.1Purpose of the qualification The aim of the qualification is to develop an intellectual with advanced abilities in applying fundamental engineering sciences or related interdisciplinary principles to specific problems of society at large. One of the main objectives in this process is to develop an advanced capability to do own engineering research of inter/intra disciplinary nature in a fundamental manner.

It also enforces an approach to lifelong learning.

EP8.1.2Qualification outcomes Exit level outcomes The student is able to: 1. Identify, assess, formulate, interpret, analyse and solve research and development problems creatively and innovatively by applying relevant interdisciplinary knowledge in the chosen field of research. 2. Plan and manage research projects demonstrating an underlying fundamental knowledge, understanding and insight into the principles, methodologies and concepts that constitute socially responsible (to local and other communities) research/development in the chosen field of research practice. 3. Work effectively individually or with others as a member of a team, group, organisation, community or in multidisciplinary environments in the chosen field of interdisciplinary research.

4. Organise and manage him/herself and his/her activities responsibly, effectively and ethically and to take responsibility within his/her own limits of competence and to exercise judgement commensurate with knowledge and expertise, pertaining to the field of research. 5. Plan and conduct applicable level of investigations, research and/or experiments by applying appropriate theories and methodologies and perform appropriate data analysis and interpretation. 6. Communicate effectively, both orally and in writing, with specifically research audiences and the community at large in so far as they are affected by the research using appropriate structure, style and graphical support.

7. Use and assess appropriate research methods, skills, tools, technology and information technology effectively and critically in research/development practice and show an understanding and a willingness to accept responsibility for the impact that interdisciplinary research/development activities have on society and the environment. 8. Perform synthesis of systems, works, products or processes as a set of related systems and assess their social, legal, health, safety and environmental impacts and benefits where applicable in the chosen field of interdisciplinary research. 9. Employ various learning strategies and skills to master outcomes required preparing him/herself to engage in continuous learning to keep abreast of knowledge and skills required in the interdisciplinary field.

10. Participate as a responsible citizen in the life of local, national, and global communities by acting ethically in the chosen field of research. 11. Demonstrate where applicable cultural and aesthetic sensitivity across a range of social contexts in the execution of research/development activities. 12. Explore where applicable education and career opportunities in research/development. 13. Organise and develop entrepreneurial opportunities through technical research, development and/or managerial skills.

UNIVERSITY OF JOHANNESBURG Faculty Regulations for Engineering and the Built Enviroment 26 EP8.1.3Admission requirements and selection criteria An approved four-year Bachelor`s degree in Engineering or similar approved degree on honours level.

Final acceptance into the programme is only given after successful presentation of a research seminar after six months of enrolment. Research topics must also be accepted and approved by the supervisors in the Faculty. EP8.1.4Conferment of degree The MPhil: Electrical and Electronic degree is conferred on students who have completed the research and dissertation successfully.

EP8.1.5Curriculum CODE MODULE VEH1008 EIW Dissertation EP8.2 MPhil: MECHANICAL ENGINEERING Lectured MPH606 EP8.2.1Purpose of the qualification The aim of the qualification is to develop an intellectual with advanced abilities in applying fundamental engineering sciences or related interdisciplinary principles to specific problems of society at large. One of the main objectives in this process is to develop an advanced capability to do own engineering research of inter/intra disciplinary nature in a fundamental manner. It also enforces an approach to lifelong learning.

EP8.2.2Qualification outcomes Exit level outcomes The student is able to: 1.

Identify, assess, formulate, interpret, analyse and solve research/development problems creatively and innovatively by applying relevant interdisciplinary knowledge in the chosen field of research. 2. Plan an manage research projects demonstrating an underlying fundamental knowledge, understanding and insight into the principles, methodologies and concepts that constitute socially responsible (to local and other communities) research/development in the chosen field of research practice. 3. Work effectively individually or with others as a member of a team, group, organisation, community or in multidisciplinary environments in the chosen field of interdisciplinary research.

4. Organise and manage him/herself and his/her activities responsibly, effectively and ethically and to take responsibility within his/her own limits of competence and to exercise judgement commensurate with knowledge and expertise, pertaining to the field of research. 5. Plan and conduct applicable level of investigations, research and /or experiments by applying appropriate theories and methodologies and perform appropriate data analysis and interpretation. 6. Communicate effectively, both orally and in writing, with specifically research audiences and the community at large in so far as they are affected by the research using appropriate structure, style and graphical support.

7. Use and assess appropriate research methods, skills, tools, technology and information technology effectively and critically in research/development practice and show an understanding and a willingness to accept responsibility for the impact that interdisciplinary research/development activities have on society and the environment.

UNIVERSITY OF JOHANNESBURG Faculty Regulations for Engineering and the Built Enviroment 27 8. Perform synthesis of systems, works, products or processes as a set of related systems and assess their social, legal, health, safety and environmental impacts and benefits where applicable in the chosen field of interdisciplinary research.

9. Employ various learning strategies and skills to master outcomes required preparing him/herself to engage in continuous learning to keep abreast of knowledge and skills required in the interdisciplinary field.

10. Participate as a responsible citizen in the life of local, national, and global communities by acting ethically in the chosen field of research. 11. Demonstrate where applicable, cultural and aesthetic sensitivity across a range of social context in the execution of research/development activities. 12. Explore where applicable education and career opportunities in research/development. 13. Organise and develop entrepreneurial opportunities through technical research, development and/or managerial skills.

EP8.2.3Admission requirements and selection criteria An approved four-year Bachelor`s degree in Engineering or similar approved degree on honours level.

EP8.2.4Conferment of degree The MPhil: Mechanical degree is conferred on students who have completed all prescribed modules and minor dissertation successfully. EP8.2.5Curriculum CODE MODULE IHB2168 Maintenance Management IHL2178 Maintenance Logistics IHT2188 Maintenance Technology ISB2158 Maintenance Strategy Setting SKR4408 Minor Dissertation: Mechanical (4 subjects) EP8.3 MPhil: MECHANICAL ENGINEERING Research based MPH601 EP8.3.1Purpose of the qualification The aim of the qualification is to develop an intellectual with advanced abilities in applying fundamental engineering sciences or related interdisciplinary principles to specific problems of society at large.

One of the main objectives in this process is to develop an advanced capability to do own engineering research of inter/intra disciplinary nature in a fundamental manner. It also enforces an approach to lifelong learning.

EP8.3.2Qualification outcomes Exit level outcomes The student is able to: 1. Identify, assess, formulate, interpret, analyse and solve research/development problems creatively and innovatively by applying relevant interdisciplinary knowledge in the chosen field of research. 2. Plan an manage research projects demonstrating an underlying fundamental knowledge, understanding and insight into the principles, methodologies and concepts that constitute socially responsible (to local and other communities) research/development in the chosen field of research practice. 3. Work effectively individually or with others as a member of a team, group, organisation, community or in multidisciplinary environments in the chosen field of interdisciplinary research.

UNIVERSITY OF JOHANNESBURG Faculty Regulations for Engineering and the Built Enviroment 28 4. Organise and manage him/herself and his/her activities responsibly, effectively and ethically and to take responsibility within his/her own limits of competence and to exercise judgement commensurate with knowledge and expertise, pertaining to the field of research. 5. Plan and conduct applicable level of investigations, research and /or experiments by applying appropriate theories and methodologies and perform appropriate data analysis and interpretation.

6. Communicate effectively, both orally and in writing, with specifically research audiences and the community at large in so far as they are affected by the research using appropriate structure, style and graphical support.

7. Use and assess appropriate research methods, skills, tools, technology and information technology effectively and critically in research/development practice and show an understanding and a willingness to accept responsibility for the impact that interdisciplinary research/development activities have on society and the environment. 8. Perform synthesis of systems, works, products or processes as a set of related systems and assess their social, legal, health, safety and environmental impacts and benefits where applicable in the chosen field of interdisciplinary research. 9. Employ various learning strategies and skills to master outcomes required preparing him/herself to engage in continuous learning to keep abreast of knowledge and skills required in the interdisciplinary field.

10. Participate as a responsible citizen in the life of local, national, and global communities by acting ethically in the chosen field of research. 11. Demonstrate where applicable, cultural and aesthetic sensitivity across a range of social context in the execution of research/development activities. 12. Explore where applicable education and career opportunities in research/development. 13. Organise and develop entrepreneurial opportunities through technical research, development and/or managerial skills.

EP8.3.3Admission requirements and selection criteria An approved four-year Bachelor`s degree in Engineering or similar approved degree on honours level.

Final acceptance into the programme is only given after successful presentation of a research seminar after six months of enrolment. Research topics must also be accepted and approved by the supervisors in the Faculty. EP8.3.4Conferment of degree The MPhil: Mechanical degree is conferred on students who have completed the research and dissertation successfully.

EP8.3.5Curriculum CODE MODULE VEH2008 MIN Dissertation EP8.4 MPhil: CIVIL ENGINEERING Research based MPH602 EP8.4.1Purpose of the qualification The aim of the qualification is to develop an intellectual with advanced abilities in applying fundamental engineering sciences or related interdisciplinary principles to specific problems of society at large. One of the main objectives in this process is to develop an advanced capability to do own engineering research of inter/intra disciplinary nature in a fundamental manner. It also enforces an approach to lifelong learning.

EP8.4.2Qualification outcomes

UNIVERSITY OF JOHANNESBURG Faculty Regulations for Engineering and the Built Enviroment 29 Exit level outcomes The student is able to: 1. Identify, assess, formulate, interpret, analyse and solve research/development problems creatively and innovatively by applying relevant interdisciplinary knowledge in the chosen field of research. 2. Plan and manage research projects demonstrating an underlying fundamental knowledge, understanding and insight into the principles, methodologies and concepts that constitute socially responsible (to local and other communities) research/development in the chosen field of research practice.

3. Work effectively individually or with others as a member of a team, group, organisation, community or in multidisciplinary environments in the chosen field of interdisciplinary research.

4. Organise and manage him/herself and his/her activities responsibly, effectively and ethically and to take responsibility within his/her own limits of competence and to exercise judgement commensurate with knowledge and expertise, pertaining to the field of research. 5. Plan and conduct applicable level of investigations, research and/or experiments by applying appropriate theories and methodologies and perform appropriate data analysis and interpretation. 6. Communicate effectively, both orally and in writing, with specifically research audiences and the community at large in so far as they are affected by the research using appropriate structure, style and graphical support; 7.

Use and assess appropriate research methods, skills, tools, technology and information technology effectively and critically in research/development practice and show an understanding and a willingness to accept responsibility for the impact that interdisciplinary research/development activities have on society and the environment. 8. Perform synthesis of , systems, works, products or processes as a set of related systems and assess their social, legal, health, safety and environmental impacts and benefits where applicable in the chosen field of interdisciplinary research. 9. Employ various learning strategies and skills to master outcomes required preparing him/herself to engage in continuous learning to keep abreast of knowledge and skills required in the interdisciplinary field.

10. Participate as a responsible citizen in the life of local, national and global communities by acting ethically in the chosen field of research. 11. Demonstrate where applicable cultural and aesthetic sensitivity across a range of social context in the execution of research/development activities. 12. Explore where applicable education and career opportunities in research/development. 13. Organise and develop entrepreneurial opportunities through technical research, development and/or managerial skills.

EP8.4.3Admission requirements and selection criteria An approved four-year Bachelor`s degree in Engineering or similar approved degree on honours level.

Final acceptance into the programme is only given after successful presentation of a research seminar after six months of enrolment. Research topics must also be accepted and approved by the supervisors in the Faculty. EP8.4.4Conferment of degree The MPhil: Civil degree is conferred on students who have completed the research and dissertation successfully.

EP8.4.5Curriculum CODE MODULE VEH3008 MIN Dissertation

UNIVERSITY OF JOHANNESBURG Faculty Regulations for Engineering and the Built Enviroment 30 EP8.5 MPhil: ENGINEERING MANAGEMENT Lectured MPH603 EP8.5.1Purpose of the qualification The aim of the qualification is to develop an intellectual with advanced abilities in applying fundamental engineering management sciences and/ design and synthesis and related interdisciplinary principles to specific management systems problems of society at large. One of the main objectives in this process is to develop an advanced capability to do independent systems engineering and management research of inter/intra disciplinary nature.

It also enforces an approach to lifelong learning. EP8.5.2Qualification outcomes Exit level outcomes The student is able to: 1. Identify, assess, formulate, interpret, analyse and solve engineering management research/development problems creatively and innovatively by applying relevant interdisciplinary knowledge in the chosen field of research. 2. Plan and manage engineering management research projects demonstrating an underlying interdisciplinary knowledge, understanding and insight into the principles, methodologies and concepts that constitute socially responsible (to local and other communities) research/development in the chosen field of research practice 3.

Work effectively individually or with others as a member of a team, group, organisation, community or in multidisciplinary environments in the chosen field of interdisciplinary research.

4. Organise and manage him/herself and his/her activities responsibly, effectively and ethically and to take responsibility within his/her own limits of competence and to exercise judgement commensurate with knowledge and expertise, pertaining to the field of research. 5. Plan and conduct applicable level of investigations, reseach and /or experiments by applying appropriate theories and methodologies and perform appropriate data analysis and interpretation. 6. Communicate effectively, both orally and in writing, with specifically research audiences and the community at large in so far as they are affected by the research using appropriate data analysis and interpretation.

7. Use and assess appropriate engineering management research methods, skills, tools, technology and information technology effectively and critically in research/development practice and show an understanding and a willingness to accept responsibility for the impact that interdisciplinary research/development activities have on society and the environment. 8. Perform systems, works, products or processes as a set of related systems and assess their social, legal, health, safety and environmental impacts and benefits where applicable in the chosen field of interdisciplinary research. 9. Employ various learning strategies and skills to master outcomes required preparing him/herself to engage in continuous learning to keep abreast of knowledge and skills required in the interdisciplinary field.

10. Participate as a responsible citizen in the life of local, national, and global communities by acting ethically in the chosen field of research. 11. Demonstrate where applicable cultural and aesthetic sensitivity across a range of social context in the execution of engineering management research/development activities. 12. Explore where applicable education and career opportunities in engineering management research/development. 13. Organise and develop entrepreneurial opportunities through interdisciplinary research, development and/or managerial skills.

EP8.5.3Admission requirements and selection criteria An approved four-year Bachelor`s degree in Engineering or similar approved degree on honours level.

UNIVERSITY OF JOHANNESBURG Faculty Regulations for Engineering and the Built Enviroment 31 EP8.5.4Conferment of degree The MPhil: Engineering Management degree is conferred on students who have completed the subjects and minor dissertation successfully. EP8.5.5Curriculum CODE MODULE BBS4038 Reliability Management BII4028 Engineering Management GIE4058 Advanced Engineering Economics LIB4048 Logistic Engineering and Management PJB4088 Project Management POB4098 Product Development and Marketing SKR4208 Minor Dissertation (2 subjects) SKR4308 Minor Dissertation (3 subjects) SKR4408 Minor Dissertation (4 subjects) SKR4508 Minor Dissertation (5 subjects) SKR4608 Minor Dissertation (6 subjects) EP8.6 MPhil: ENGINEERING MANAGEMENT Research based MPH604 EP8.6.1Purpose of the qualification The aim of the qualification is to develop an intellectual with advanced abilities in applying fundamental engineering management sciences and/ design and synthesis and related interdisciplinary principles to specific management systems problems of society at large.

One of the main objectives in this process is to develop an advanced capability to do independent systems engineering and management research of inter/intra disciplinary nature. It also enforces an approach to lifelong learning. EP8.6.2Qualification outcomes Exit level outcomes The student is able to: 1. Identify, assess, formulate, interpret, analyse and solve engineering management research/development problems creatively and innovatively by applying relevant interdisciplinary knowledge in the chosen field of research. 2. Plan and manage engineering management research projects demonstrating an underlying interdisciplinary knowledge, understanding and insight into the principles, methodologies and concepts that constitute socially responsible (to local and other communities) research/development in the chosen field of research practice 3.

Work effectively individually or with others as a member of a team, group, organisation, community or in multidisciplinary environments in the chosen field of interdisciplinary research.

4. Organise and manage him/herself and his/her activities responsibly, effectively and ethically and to take responsibility within his/her own limits of competence and to exercise judgement commensurate with knowledge and expertise, pertaining to the field of research. 5. Plan and conduct applicable level of investigations, reseach and /or experiments by applying appropriate theories and methodologies and perform appropriate data analysis and interpretation. 6. Communicate effectively, both orally and in writing, with specifically research audiences and the community at large in so far as they are affected by the research using appropriate data analysis and interpretation.

7. Use and assess appropriate engineering management research methods, skills, tools, technology and information technology effectively and critically in research/development practice and show an understanding and a willingness to accept

UNIVERSITY OF JOHANNESBURG Faculty Regulations for Engineering and the Built Enviroment 32 responsibility for the impact that interdisciplinary research/development activities have on society and the environment. 8. Perform systems, works, products or processes as a set of related systems and assess their social, legal, health, safety and environmental impacts and benefits where applicable in the chosen field of interdisciplinary research.

9. Employ various learning strategies and skills to master outcomes required preparing him/herself to engage in continuous learning to keep abreast of knowledge and skills required in the interdisciplinary field.

10. Participate as a responsible citizen in the life of local, national, and global communities by acting ethically in the chosen field of research. 11. Demonstrate where applicable cultural and aesthetic sensitivity across a range of social context in the execution of engineering management research/development activities. 12. Explore where applicable education and career opportunities in engineering management research/development. 13. Organise and develop entrepreneurial opportunities through interdiscilinary research, development and/or managerial skills.

EP8.6.3Admission requirements and selection criteria Applied competence associated with relevant honours degree or similar at NQF level 7.

An approved four-year Bachelor`s degree in Engineering or similar approved degree on honours level. Final acceptance into the programme is only given after successful presentation of a research seminar after six months of enrolment. Research topics must also be accepted and approved by the supervisors in the Faculty. EP8.6.4Conferment of degree The MPhil: Engineering Management degree is conferred on students who have completed the research and dissertation successfully. EP8.6.5Curriculum CODE MODULE VEH2008 MIN Dissertation

UNIVERSITY OF JOHANNESBURG Faculty Regulations for Engineering and the Built Enviroment 33 EP9 ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY DOCTORAL DEGREE PROGRAMMES NQF LEVEL 9 EP9.1 DTech: ENGINEERING: MECHANICAL DTM002 EP9.1.1Purpose of the qualification This qualification is intended for persons who will make a significant and original contribution to knowledge in a specialised area of technology. They will have a high level of overall knowledge in that specialised area ranging from fundamental concepts to advanced theoretical or applied knowledge.

EP9.1.2Qualification Outcomes Exit level outcomes The student is able to: 1.

Identify and solve problems in which responses display that responsible decisions, using critical and creative thinking, have been made 2. Collect, organise, analyse and critically evaluate information 3. Work effectively with others 4. Reflect on and explore a variety of strategies to learn more effectively 5. Communicate effectively using visual, mathematical and/or language skills in the modes of oral and/or written presentation EP9.1.3Admission requirements and selection criteria An appropriate Magister Technologiae or an equivalent qualification at an equivalent standard as determined by a Status Committee.

Students are selected on academic merit and approved field of study. EP9.1.4Conferment of degree The DTech: Engineering: Mechanical is conferred on students who have completed the research and thesis successfully. EP9.1.5Curriculum CODE MODULE PFS6009 Thesis: Mechanical Engineering EP9.2 DTech: EXTRACTION METALLURGY 618-1 EP9.2.1Purpose of the qualification EP9.2.2Qualification outcomes EP9.2.3Admission requirements and selection criteria An appropriate Magister Technologiae or an equivalent qualification at an equivalent standard.

Students are selected on academic merit and approved field of study.

EP9.2.4Conferment of degree The DTech: Extraction Metallurgy is conferred on students who have completed the research and thesis successfully.

UNIVERSITY OF JOHANNESBURG Faculty Regulations for Engineering and the Built Enviroment 34 EP9.2.5Curriculum CODE MODULE PFS8009 Thesis: Extraction Metallurgy EP9.3 DTech: ENGINEERING METALLURGY 617-1 EP9.3.1Purpose of the qualification A qualifying learner at this level is competent in doing original research and development at specialist level in Metallurgical Engineering, thus contributing to the research and development needs and knowledge base of the metallurgical industry and mining community. The qualified person will be able to register with ECSA as Professional Technologist.

EP9.3.2Qualification outcomes EP9.3.3Admission requirements and selection criteria An appropriate Magister Technologiae or an equivalent qualification at an equivalent standard.

Students are selected on academic merit and approved field of study. EP9.3.4Conferment of degree The D Tech: Engineering Metallurgy is conferred on students who have completed the research and thesis successfully. EP9.3.5Curriculum CODE MODULE PFS5009 Metallurgy thesis

UNIVERSITY OF JOHANNESBURG Faculty Regulations for Engineering and the Built Enviroment 35 EP10 ENGINEERING SCIENCE DOCTORAL DEGREE PROGRAMMES NQF LEVEL 9 EP10.1 DIng: ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC DIN001 EP10.1.1 Purpose of the qualification The aim of the qualification is to develop an engineer with advanced abilities in applying fundamental engineering sciences and/ design and synthesis and related principles in an original fashion to specific problems of society at large. One of the main objectives in this process is to develop an advanced capability to do own engineering research of original nature in a fundamental manner.

It also enforces an approach to lifelong learning and as an aptitude to train other students in similar fields. EP10.1.2 Qualification outcomes Exit level outcomes The student is able to: 1. Identify, assess, formulate, interpret, analyse and solve engineering research/development problems of original nature creatively and innovatively by applying relevant advanced fundamental knowledge or i. a. Mathematics, basic science and engineering sciences in the chosen field of research; 2. Plan an manage advanced engineering research projects, demonstrating an underlying fundamental knowledge, understanding and insight into the principles, methodologies and concepts that constitute socially responsible (to local and other communities) engineering research/development in the chosen field of research practice; 3.

Work effectively individually or with others as a member of a team, group, organization, and community or in multidisciplinary environments in the chosen field of research; 4. Organise and manage him/herself and his/her activities responsibly, effectively, professionally and ethically and to take responsibility within his/her own limits of competence and to exercise original judgment commensurate with knowledge and expertise, pertaining to the field of research; 5. Plan and conduct advanced investigations, research and/or experiments of original nature by applying or developing appropriate theories and methodologies and perform data analysis and interpretation; 6.

Communicate effectively, both orally and in writing, with specifically research audiences and the community at large in so far as they are affected by the research using appropriate structure, style and graphical support; 7. Use and assess appropriate advanced engineering research methods, skills, tools, technology and information technology effectively and critically in research/development practice and show an understanding and a willingness to accept responsibility for the impact that engineering research/development activities have on society and the environment; 8. Perform procedural and non-procedural design and synthesis of components, systems, works, products or processes as a set of related systems and assess their social, legal, health, safety and environmental impacts and benefits where applicable in the chosen field of research; 9.

Employ various learning strategies and skills to master outcomes required preparing him/herself to engage in continuous learning to keep abreast of knowledge and skills required in the engineering research/development field; 10. Participate as a responsible citizen in the life of local, national, and global communities by acting professionally and ethically in the chosen field of research; 11. Demonstrate where applicable cultural and aesthetic sensitivity across a range of social context in the execution of engineering research/development activities; 12. Explore where applicable education and career opportunities in advanced engineering research/development;

UNIVERSITY OF JOHANNESBURG Faculty Regulations for Engineering and the Built Enviroment 36 13. Organise and develop where applicable entrepreneurial opportunities through engineering, technical research, development and/or managerial skills. EP10.1.3 Admission requirements and selection criteria An approved Masters degree in Engineering or a similar approved degree on a Masters level. Final acceptance into the programme is only given after successful presentation of a research seminar after six months of enrolment. Research topics must also be accepted and approved by the supervisors in the faculty and finally by the Senate or Executive Committee of the Senate of the University EP10.1.4 Conferment of degree The DIng: Electrical and Electronic is conferred on students who have completed the research and thesis successfully.

EP10.1.5 Curriculum CODE MODULE PFS1009 Thesis: Electrical and Electronic EP10.2 DIng: MECHANICAL DIN002 EP10.2.1 Purpose of the qualification The aim of the qualification is to develop an engineer with advanced abilities in applying fundamental engineering sciences and/ design and synthesis and related principles in an original fashion to specific problems of society at large. One of the main objectives in this process is to develop an advanced capability to do own engineering research of original nature in a fundamental manner. It also enforces an approach to lifelong learning and as an aptitude to train other students in similar fields.

EP10.2.2 Qualification outcomes Exit level outcomes The student is able to: 1. Identify, assess, formulate, interpret, analyse and solve engineering research/development problems of original nature creatively and innovatively by applying relevant advanced fundamental knowledge of i. a. Mathematics, basic science and engineering sciences in the chosen field of research. 2. Plan and manage advanced research projects, demonstrating an underlying fundamental knowledge, understanding and insight into the principles, methodologies and concepts that constitute socially responsible (to local and other communities) engineering research/development in the chosen field of research practice 3.

Work effectively individually or with others as a member of a team, group, organisation, and community or in multidisciplinary environments in the chosen field of research.

4. Organise and manage him/herself and his/her activities responsibly, effectively, professionally and ethically and to take responsibility within his/her own limits of competence and to exercise original judgment commensurate with knowledge and expertise, pertaining to the field of research. 5. Plan and conduct advanced investigations, research and/or experiments of original nature by applying or developing appropriate theories and methodologies and perform appropriate data analysis and interpretation. 6. Communicate effectively, both orally and in writing, with engineering and specifically research audiences and the community at large in so far as they are affected by the research using appropriate structure, style and graphical support.

7. Use and assess appropriate advanced interdisciplinary research methods, skills, tools, technology and information technology effectively and critically in engineering

UNIVERSITY OF JOHANNESBURG Faculty Regulations for Engineering and the Built Enviroment 37 research/development practice and show a responsibility for the impact that engineering research/development activities have on society and the environment. 8. Perform procedural and non-procedural design and synthesis of components systems, works, products or processes as a set of related systems and assess their social, legal, health, safety and environmental impacts and benefits where applicable in the chosen field of interdisciplinary research. 9. Employ various learning and research strategies and skills to master outcomes required preparing him/herself to engage in continuous learning and research to keep abreast of knowledge and skills required in the engineering management research/development field.

10. Participate as a responsible citizen in the life of local, national, and global communities by acting professionally and ethically in the chosen field of research. 11. Demonstrate where applicable cultural and aesthetic sensitivity across a range of social context in the execution of engineering research/development activities. 12. Explore where applicable education and career opportunities in advanced engineering research/development. 13. Organise and develop, where applicable, entrepreneurial opportunities through engineering, technical research, development and/or managerial skills.

EP10.2.3 Admission requirements and selection criteria An approved Masters degree in Engineering or a similar approved degree on a Masters level.

Final acceptance into the programme is only given after successful presentation of a research seminar after six months of enrolment. Research topics must also be accepted and approved by the supervisors in the faculty and finally by the Senate or Executive Committee of the Senate of the University EP10.2.4 Conferment of degree The DIng: Mechanical is conferred on students who have completed the research and thesis successfully. EP10.2.5 Curriculum CODE MODULE PFS2009 Thesis: Mechanical EP10.3 DIng: CIVIL DIN003 EP10.3.1 Purpose of the qualification The aim of the qualification is to develop an engineer with advanced abilities in applying fundamental engineering sciences and/ design and synthesis and related principles in an original fashion to specific problems of society at large.

One of the main objectives in this process is to develop an advanced capability to do own engineering research of original nature in a fundamental manner. It also enforces an approach to lifelong learning and as an aptitude to train other students in similar fields. EP10.3.2 Qualification outcomes Exit level outcomes The student is able to: 1. Identify, assess, formulate, interpret, analyze and solve engineering research/development problems creatively and innovatively by applying relevant fundamental knowledge of i.a. Mathematics, basic science and engineering sciences in the chosen field of research.

2. Plan an manage advanced engineering research projects, demonstrating an underlying fundamental knowledge, understanding and insight into the principles, methodologies and concepts that constitute socially responsible (to local and other communities) engineering research/development in the chosen field of research practice.

UNIVERSITY OF JOHANNESBURG Faculty Regulations for Engineering and the Built Enviroment 38 3. Work effectively individually or with others as a member of a team, group, organization, and community or in multidisciplinary environments in the chosen field of research.

4. Organize and manage him/herself and his/her activities responsibly, effectively, professionally and ethically and to take responsibility within his/her own limits of competence and to exercise judgment commensurate with knowledge and expertise, pertaining to the field of research.

5. Plan and conduct advanced investigations, research and /or experiments of original nature by applying or developing appropriate theories and methodologies and perform data analysis and interpretation. 6. Communicate effectively, both orally and in writing, with engineering and specifically research audiences and the community at large in so far as they are affected by the research using appropriate structure, style and graphical support. 7. Use and assess appropriate advanced engineering research methods, skills, tools, technology and information technology effectively and critically in engineering research/development practice and show an understanding and a willingness to accept responsibility for the impact that engineering research/development activities have on society and the environment.

8. Perform procedural and non-procedural design and synthesis of components, systems, works, products or processes as a set of related systems and assess their social, legal, health, safety and environmental impacts and benefits where applicable in the chosen field of research. 9. Employ various learning strategies and skills to master outcomes required preparing him/herself to engage in continuous learning to keep abreast of knowledge and skills required in the engineering research/development field. 10. Participate as a responsible citizen in the life of local, national, and global communities by acting professionally and ethically in the chosen field of research.

11. Demonstrate where applicable cultural and aesthetic sensitivity across a range of social context in the execution of engineering research/development activities. 12. Explore where applicable education and career opportunities in advanced engineering research/development.

13. Organise and develop where applicable entrepreneurial opportunities through engineering, technical research, development and/or managerial skills. EP10.3.3 Admission requirements and selection criteria An approved Masters degree in Engineering or a similar approved degree on a Masters level. Final acceptance into the programme is only given after successful presentation of a research seminar after six months of enrolment. Research topics must also be accepted and approved by the supervisors in the faculty and finally by the Senate or Executive Committee of the Senate of the University EP10.3.4 Conferment of degree The DIng: Civil is conferred on students who have completed the research and thesis successfully.

EP10.3.5 Curriculum CODE MODULE PFS3009 Thesis: Civil

UNIVERSITY OF JOHANNESBURG Faculty Regulations for Engineering and the Built Enviroment 39 EP10.4 DIng: ENGINEERING MANAGEMENT DIN004 EP10.4.1 Purpose of the qualification The aim of the qualification is to develop an engineer with advanced abilities in applying fundamental engineering management sciences and/ design and synthesis and related principles in an original fashion to specific management systems problems of society at large. One of the main objectives in this process is to develop an advanced capability to do independent systems engineering and management research of original nature in a fundamental manner.

It also enforces an approach to lifelong learning and as an aptitude to train other students in similar fields.

EP10.4.2 Qualification outcomes Exit level outcomes The student is able to: 1. Identify, assess, formulate, interpret, analyse and solve engineering research/development problems of original nature creatively and innovatively by applying relevant advanced of i. a. engineering and/or engineering management sciences in the chosen field of research. 2. Plan and manage advanced engineering research project(s) demonstrating an underlying fundamental knowledge, understanding and insight into the principles, methodologies and concepts that constitute socially responsible (to local and other communities) engineering research/development/management in the chosen field of research practice; 3.

Work effectively individually or with others as a member of a team, group, organisation, and community or in multidisciplinary environments in the chosen field of research; 4. Organise and manage him/herself and his/her activities responsibly, effectively, professionally and ethically and to take responsibility within his/her own limits of competence and to exercise original judgment commensurate with knowledge and expertise, pertaining to the field of research; 5. Plan and conduct advanced investigations, research and/or experiments of original nature by applying or developing appropriate theories and methodologies and perform data analysis and interpretation; 6.

Communicate effectively, both orally and in writing, with and specifically research audiences and the community at large in so far as they are affected by the research using appropriate structure, style and graphical support; 7. Use and assess appropriate advanced research methods, skills, tools, technology and information technology effectively and critically in engineering research/development practice and show an understanding and a willingness to accept responsibility for the impact that research/development activities have on society and the environment 8. Perform procedural and non-procedural design and synthesis of components, systems, works, products or processes as a set of related systems and assess their social, legal, health, safety and environmental impacts and benefits where applicable in the chosen field of research; 9.

Employ various learning and research strategies and skills to master outcomes required preparing him/herself to engage in continuous learning and research to keep abreast of knowledge and skills required in the engineering management research/development field; 10. Participate as a responsible citizen in the life of local, national, and global communities by acting professionally and ethically in the chosen field of research; 11. Demonstrate where applicable cultural and aesthetic sensitivity across a range of social context in the execution of engineering management research/development activities; 12.

Explore where applicable education and career opportunities in advanced engineering management research/development; 13. Organise and develop where applicable entrepreneurial opportunities through engineering, technical research, development and/or managerial skills. 14.

UNIVERSITY OF JOHANNESBURG Faculty Regulations for Engineering and the Built Enviroment 40 EP10.4.3 Admission requirements and selection criteria An approved Masters degree in Engineering or a similar approved degree on a Masters level. Final acceptance into the programme is only given after successful presentation of a research seminar after six months of enrolment. Research topics must also be accepted and approved by the supervisors in the faculty and finally by the Senate or Executive Committee of the Senate of the University EP10.4.4 Conferment of degree The DIng: Engineering Management is conferred on learners who have completed the research and thesis successfully.

EP10.4.5 Curriculum CODE MODULE PFS4009 Thesis: Engineering Management

UNIVERSITY OF JOHANNESBURG Faculty Regulations for Engineering and the Built Enviroment 41 EP11 ENGINEERING SCIENCE DOCTOR PHILOSOPHIAE PROGRAMMES NQF LEVEL 9 EP11.1 DPhil: ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING DPH601 EP11.1.1 Purpose of the qualification The aim of the qualification is to develop an intellectual with advanced abilities in applying fundamental engineering sciences or related interdisciplinary principles in an original fashion to specific problems of society at large.

One of the main objectives in this process is to develop an advanced capability to do own interdisciplinary engineering research of original nature in a fundamental manner. It also enforces an approach to lifelong learning and as an aptitude to train other students in similar fields. EP11.1.2 Qualification outcomes Exit level outcomes The student is able to: 1. Identify, assess, formulate, interpret, analyse and solve research/development problems of original nature creatively and innovatively by applying relevant advanced interdisciplinary fundamental knowledge and/or computer engineering in the chosen field of research; 2.

Plan and manage research project(s), demonstrating an underlying fundamental knowledge, understanding and insight into the principles, methodologies and concepts that constitute socially responsible (to local and other communities) engineering research/development in the chosen field of research practice; 3. Work effectively individually or with others as a member of a team, group, organisation, and community or in multidisciplinary environments in the chosen field of interdisciplinary research; 4. Organise and manage him/herself and his/her activities responsibly, effectively and ethically and to take responsibility within his/her own limits of competence and to exercise original judgment commensurate with knowledge and expertise, pertaining to the field of interdisciplinary research; 5.

Plan and conduct advanced interdisciplinary investigations, research and/or experiments of original nature by applying or developing appropriate theories and methodologies and perform appropriate data analysis and interpretation; 6. Communicate effectively, both orally and in writing, with specifically research audiences and the community at large in so far as they are affected by the research using appropriate structure, style and graphical support; 7. Use and assess appropriate advanced interdisciplinary research methods, skills, tools, technology and information technology effectively and critically in research/development practice and show an understanding and a willingness to accept responsibility for the impact that engineering research/development activities have on society and the environment; 8.

Perform synthesis of systems, works, products or processes as a set of related systems and assess their social, legal, health, safety and environmental impacts and benefits where applicable in the chosen field of interdisciplinary research; 9. Employ various learning and research strategies and skills to master outcomes required preparing him/herself to engage in continuous learning to keep abreast of knowledge and skills required in the engineering research/development field; 10. Participate as a responsible citizen in the life of local, national, and global communities by acting and ethically in the chosen field of research; 11.

Demonstrate where applicable cultural and aesthetic sensitivity across a range of social context in the execution of interdisciplinary research/development activities; 12. Explore where applicable education and career opportunities in advanced research/development;

UNIVERSITY OF JOHANNESBURG Faculty Regulations for Engineering and the Built Enviroment 42 13. Organise and develop where applicable entrepreneurial opportunities through technical research, development and/or managerial skills. EP11.1.3 Admission requirements and selection criteria An approved Masters degree in Engineering or a similar approved degree on a Masters level. Final acceptance into the programme is only given after successful presentation of a research seminar after six months of enrolment. Research topics must also be accepted and approved by the supervisors in the faculty and finally by the Senate or Executive Committee of the Senate of the University EP11.1.4 Conferment of degree The DPhil: Electrical and Electronic Engineering is conferred on students who have completed the research and thesis successfully.

EP11.1.5 Curriculum CODE MODULE PFS1009 Thesis: Electrical and Electronic EP11.2 DOCTOR PHILOSOPHIAE: MECHANICAL ENGINEERING DPH600 EP11.2.1 Purpose of the qualification The aim of the qualification is to develop an intellectual with advanced abilities in applying fundamental engineering sciences or related interdisciplinary principles in an original fashion to specific problems of society at large. One of the main objectives in this process is to develop an advanced capability to do own interdisciplinary engineering research of original nature in a fundamental manner. It also enforces an approach to lifelong learning and as an aptitude to train other students in similar fields.

EP11.2.2 Qualification outcomes Exit level outcomes The student is able to: 1. Identify, assess, formulate, interpret, analyse and solve engineering research/development problems of original nature creatively and innovatively by applying relevant advanced interdisciplinary fundamental knowledge in the chosen field of research 2. Plan and manage research projects, demonstrating an underlying fundamental knowledge, understanding and insight into the principles, methodologies and concepts that constitute socially responsible (to local and other communities) engineering research/development in the chosen field of research practice 3.

Work effectively individually or with others as a member of a team, group, organisation, and community or in multidisciplinary environments in the chosen field of research; 4. Organise and manage him/herself and his/her activities responsibly, effectively and ethically and to take responsibility within his/her own limits of competence and to exercise original judgment commensurate with knowledge and expertise, pertaining to the field of research; 5. Plan and conduct advanced interdisciplinary investigations, research and/or experiments of original nature by applying or developing appropriate theories and methodologies and perform appropriate data analysis and interpretation 6.

Communicate effectively, both orally and in writing, with specifically research audiences and the community at large in so far as they are affected by the research using appropriate structure, style and graphical support;

UNIVERSITY OF JOHANNESBURG Faculty Regulations for Engineering and the Built Enviroment 43 7. Use and assess appropriate advanced interdisciplinary research methods, skills, tools, technology and information technology effectively and critically in research/development practice and show an understanding and a willingness to accept responsibility for the impact that research/development activities have on society and the environment 8. Perform synthesis of systems, works, products or processes as a set of related systems and assess their social, legal, health, safety and environmental impacts and benefits where applicable in the chosen field of interdisciplinary research; 9.

Employ various learning and research strategies and skills to master outcomes required preparing him/herself to engage in continuous learning and research to keep abreast of knowledge and skills required in the interdisciplinary research/development field.

10. Participate as a responsible citizen in the life of local, national, and global communities by acting professionally and ethically in the chosen field of research; 11. Demonstrate where applicable cultural and aesthetic sensitivity across a range of social context in the execution of engineering research/development activities 12. Explore where applicable education and career opportunities in advanced research/development 13. Organise and develop, where applicable, entrepreneurial opportunities through technical research, development and/or managerial skills. EP11.2.3 Admission requirements and selection criteria An approved Masters degree in Engineering or a similar approved degree on a Masters level.

Final acceptance into the programme is only given after successful presentation of a research seminar after six months of enrolment. Research topics must also be accepted and approved by the supervisors in the faculty and finally by the Senate or Executive Committee of the Senate of the University EP11.2.4 Conferment of degree The DPhil: Mechanical Engineering is conferred on students who have completed the research project and thesis successfully. EP11.2.5 Curriculum CODE MODULE PFS2009 Thesis: Mechanical EP11.3 DOCTOR PHILOSOPHIAE: CIVIL ENGINEERING DPH602 EP11.3.1 Purpose of the qualification The aim of the qualification is to develop an intellectual with advanced abilities in applying fundamental engineering sciences or related interdisciplinary principles in an original fashion to specific problems of society at large.

One of the main objectives in this process is to develop an advanced capability to do own interdisciplinary engineering research of original nature in a fundamental manner. It also enforces an approach to lifelong learning and as an aptitude to train other students in similar fields. EP11.3.2 Qualification outcomes Exit level outcomes The student is able to: 1. Identify, assess, formulate, interpret, analyze and solve research/development problems of original nature creatively and innovatively by applying relevant advanced interdisciplinary fundamental knowledge and/or computer engineering sciences in the chosen field of research.

UNIVERSITY OF JOHANNESBURG Faculty Regulations for Engineering and the Built Enviroment 44 2. Plan an manage advanced interdisciplinary research projects, demonstrating an underlying fundamental knowledge, understanding and insight into the principles, methodologies and concepts that constitute socially responsible (to local and other communities) advanced interdisciplinary practice. 3. Work effectively individually or with others as a member of a team, group, organization, and community or in multidisciplinary environments in the chosen field of interdisciplinary research.

4. Organize and manage him/herself and his/her activities responsibly, effectively and ethically and to take responsibility within his/her own limits of competence and to exercise original judgment commensurate with knowledge and expertise, pertaining to the field of research.

5. Plan and conduct advanced interdisciplinary investigations, research and /or experiments of original nature by applying or developing appropriate theories and methodologies and perform appropriate data analysis and interpretation. 6. Communicate effectively, both orally and in writing, with specifically research audiences and the community at large in so far as they are affected by the research using appropriate structure, style and graphical support.

7. Use and assess appropriate advanced interdisciplinary research methods, skills, tools, technology and information technology effectively and critically in research/development practice and show an understanding and a willingness to accept responsibility for the impact that research/development activities have on society and the environment. 8. Perform a synthesis of systems, works, products or processes as a set of related systems and assess their social, legal, health, safety and environmental impacts and benefits where applicable in the chosen field of research. 9. Employ various learning and research strategies and skills to master outcomes required preparing him/herself to engage in continuous learning and research to keep abreast of knowledge and skills required in the engineering research/development field.

10. Participate as a responsible citizen in the life of local, national, and global communities by acting professionally and ethically in the chosen field of research. 11. Demonstrate where applicable cultural and aesthetic sensitivity across a range of social context in the execution of research/development activities. 12. Explore where applicable education and career opportunities in advanced research/development. 13. Organise and develop where applicable entrepreneurial opportunities through technical research, development and/or managerial skills. EP11.3.3 Admission requirements and selection criteria An approved Masters degree in Engineering or a similar approved degree on a Masters level.

Final acceptance into the programme is only given after successful presentation of a research seminar after six months of enrolment. Research topics must also be accepted and approved by the supervisors in the faculty and finally by the Senate or Executive Committee of the Senate of the University EP11.3.4 Conferment of degree The DPhil: Civil Engineering is conferred on students who have completed the research project and thesis successfully. EP11.3.5 Curriculum CODE MODULE PFS3009 Thesis: Civil

UNIVERSITY OF JOHANNESBURG Faculty Regulations for Engineering and the Built Enviroment 45 EP11.4 DOCTOR PHILOSOPHIAE: ENGINEERING MANAGEMENT DPH603 EP11.4.1 Purpose of the qualification The aim of the qualification is to develop an intellectual with advanced abilities in applying fundamental engineering management sciences and/ design and synthesis and related interdisciplinary principles in an original fashion to specific management systems problems of society at large.

One of the main objectives in this process is to develop an advanced capability to do own interdisciplinary engineering research of original nature in a fundamental manner. It also enforces an approach to lifelong learning as well as an aptitude to train other students in similar fields. EP11.4.2 Qualification outcomes Exit level outcomes The student is able to: 1. Identify, assess, formulate, interpret, analyse and solve engineering research/development problems of original nature creatively and innovatively by applying relevant advanced fundamental knowledge of i. a. engineering management sciences in the chosen field of research.

2. Plan and manage research projects, demonstrating an underlying fundamental knowledge, understanding and insight into the principles, methodologies and concepts that constitute socially responsible (to local and other communities) engineering research/development/management in the chosen field of research practice.

3. Work effectively individually or with others as a member of a team, group, organisation, and community or in multidisciplinary environments in the chosen field of research; 4. Organise and manage him/herself and his/her activities responsibly, effectively, professionally and ethically and to take responsibility within his/her own limits of competence and to exercise original judgment commensurate with knowledge and expertise, pertaining to the field of research; 5. Plan and conduct advanced interdisciplinary investigations, research and/or experiments of original nature by applying or developing appropriate theories and methodologies and perform appropriate data analysis and interpretation.

6. Communicate effectively, both orally and in writing, with specifically research audiences and the community at large in so far as they are affected by the research using appropriate structure, style and graphical support. 7. Use and assess appropriate advanced interdisciplinary research methods, skills, tools, technology and information technology effectively and critically in engineering research/development practice and show an understanding and a willingness to accept responsibility for the impact that research/development activities have on society and the environment.

8. Perform synthesis of components systems, works, products or processes as a set of related systems and assess their social, legal, health, safety and environmental impacts and benefits where applicable in the chosen field of interdisciplinary research. 9. Employ various learning and research strategies and skills to master outcomes required preparing him/herself to engage in continuous learning and research to keep abreast of knowledge and skills required in the engineering management research/development field.

10. Participate as a responsible citizen in the life of local, national, and global communities by acting professionally and ethically in the chosen field of research.

11. Demonstrate where applicable cultural and aesthetic sensitivity across a range of social context in the execution of engineering management research/development activities. 12. Explore where applicable education and career opportunities in advanced engineering management research/development.

UNIVERSITY OF JOHANNESBURG Faculty Regulations for Engineering and the Built Enviroment 46 13. Organise and develop where applicable entrepreneurial opportunities through technical research, development and/or managerial skills. EP11.4.3 Admission requirements and selection criteria An approved Masters degree in Engineering or a similar approved degree on a Masters level. Final acceptance into the programme is only given after successful presentation of a research seminar after six months of enrolment. Research topics must also be accepted and approved by the supervisors in the faculty and finally by the Senate or Executive Committee of the Senate of the University EP11.4.4 Conferment of degree The DPhil: Engineering Management is conferred on students who have completed the research project and thesis successfully.

EP11.4.5 Curriculum CODE MODULE PFS4009 Thesis: Engineering Management

UNIVERSITY OF JOHANNESBURG Faculty Regulations for Engineering and the Built Enviroment 47 EP12 MODULE DESCRIPTIONS The outcomes and assessment criteria of each module are stated in the relevant learning guides. GIE4058 ADVANCED ENGINEERING ECONOMICS NQF 8 Purpose To study certain technology management principles related to engineering economy in the engineering product development process. Content Appropriate selection of advanced engineering management research topics in engineering economy eg risk and decision making for engineering product portfolios in the context of the total system life cycle.

BII4028 ENGINEERING MANAGEMENT NQF 8 Purpose To study certain technology management principles related to the engineering product development process.

Content Appropriate selection of advanced engineering management research topics e.g. systems engineering, total quality and product system support. IHB2168 MAINTENANCE MANAGEMENT NQF 8 Purpose This course equips the maintenance practitioner with management knowledge and techniques to enable him/her to manage the maintenance function effectively. Content The objectives of maintenance, Maintenance models, Maintenance philosophies, Maintenance profit impact, The annual planning process, Maintenance measurement systems, Maintenance operational and management systems, Quantitative techniques, Capital replacement planning IHL2178 MAINTENANCE LOGISTICS NQF 8 Purpose Maintenance is largely a game of logistics (that is, apart from the important role of failure prevention).

The player who has effective, correctly positioned facilities, supply lines, transport systems and work and information flow lines, will be successful.

Content Maintenance scheduling, Maintenance inventory management, Maintenance purchasing management, Quality of purchased spares/materials, Work/materials/information/Personnel flow planning, Workshop layout/organization, Spares/materials distribution, Facilities planning, Maintenance organizational design, Maintenance control models, Rotable control, Time and method studies IHT2188 MAINTENANCE TECHNOLOGY NQF 8 Purpose Although engineers, depending on the specific engineering discipline, are exposed to a wide range of maintenance-related technologies, there are certain areas where the undergraduate training has severe shortcomings.

The two areas addressed in this course are those of condition-based maintenance (use of technical measurement to predict failure) and tribology (the science of surfaces, which are in contact and in relative motion with regard to each other). Content Condition-based maintenance (CBM), Tribology, Contamination control

UNIVERSITY OF JOHANNESBURG Faculty Regulations for Engineering and the Built Enviroment 48 ISB2158 MAINTENANCE STRATEGY SETTING NQF 8 Purpose A course with the purpose of equipping the maintenance engineer/manager with the theoretical knowledge and methodologies that would allow him/her to develop the correct strategies for countering failure and/or mitigating its effect. Content The nature of failure, Maintenance strategies, Renewal theory, Repairable systems theory, Proportional hazards modeling, Reliability centered maintenance, Maintenance plan development LIB4048 LOGISTIC ENGINEERING AND MANAGEMENT NQF 8 Purpose To study certain technology management principles related to the logistic engineering management in the engineering product development process.

Content Appropriate selection of advanced engineering management research topics in logistic engineering management e.g. Systems engineering principles and measures of logistics in the context of the total system life cycle. POB4098 PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT AND MARKETING NQF 8 Purpose To study certain technology management principles related to the engineering product development process.

Content Appropriate selection of advanced engineering management research topics in product development e.g. aspects of complex product systems design in the context of the total system life cycle. PJB4088 Project Management NQF 8 Purpose To study certain technology management principles related to project management in the engineering product development process. Content Appropriate selection of advanced engineering management research topics in project management e.g. integrated project team strategies and risk in the context of the total system life cycle.

BBS4038 RELIABILITY MANAGEMENT NQF 8 Purpose To study certain technology management principles related to the reliability management in the engineering product development process.

Content Appropriate selection of advanced engineering management research topics in engineering reliability management e.g. reliability and availability in the context of the total system life cycle.

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