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Which Courses Are Open for 2024 at TUT?

Tshwane University of Technology (TUT) offers a wide range of courses across different study areas, providing students with various career options and opportunities to excel in their chosen fields.

Whether you are interested in engineering, humanities, science, information, communication technology, or the arts, TUT has something to suit your interests and aspirations. Below, we outline the courses offered in each study area:

TUT Course List

Which Courses Are Open for 2024 at TUT?

  • Economics and Finance
  • Engineering and the Built Environment
  • Humanities
  • Information and Communication Technology
  • Management Sciences
  • Science
  • Arts

Economics and Finance

TUT offers courses in economics and finance that equip students with the knowledge and skills needed for careers in accounting, auditing, economics, managerial accounting and finance, and public sector finance. The courses available in this study area are as follows:

  • Accounting – three levels of studies
  • Auditing – six levels of studies
  • Economics – four levels of studies
  • Managerial Accounting and Finance – seven levels of studies
  • Public sector finance – two levels of studies.

Engineering and the Built Environment

For those interested in engineering and the built environment, TUT provides a variety of courses covering architecture, building sciences, chemical and metallurgical engineering, civil engineering, electrical engineering, geomatics, industrial engineering, and mechanical engineering, among others. The courses available in this study area are as follows:

  • Architecture – seven levels of studies
  • Building Sciences – seven levels of studies
  • Chemical, Metallurgical, and Materials Engineering – five stages of studies
  • Civil Engineering – eight levels of studies
  • Electrical Engineering – eight levels of studies
  • Geomatics – two levels of studies
  • Industrial Engineering – eleven levels of studies
  • Mechanical Engineering, Mechatronics, and Industrial Design – ten levels of studies.
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Humanities

The humanities courses at TUT cover a range of fields, including applied languages, integrated communication, journalism, law, public management, safety and security management, and education. The courses available in this study area are as follows:

  • Applied Languages – seven levels of studies
  • Integrated Communication – six levels of studies
  • Journalism – six levels of studies
  • Law – one level of study
  • Public Management – eight levels of studies
  • Safety and Security Management – eight levels of studies
  • School of Education – four levels of studies.

Information and Communication Technology

For those interested in the dynamic field of information and communication technology, TUT offers courses in computer science, computer systems engineering, informatics, and information technology. The courses available in this study area are as follows:

  • Computer Science – eight levels of studies
  • Computer Systems Engineering – seven levels of studies
  • ICT First Years’ and Foundation Unit – two levels of study
  • Informatics – eight study levels
  • Information Technology – seven levels of study.

Management Sciences

TUT provides various management sciences courses that prepare students for careers in business, marketing, entrepreneurship, hospitality management, supply chain management, and more. The courses available in this study area are as follows:

  • Business and Information Management Services – eight levels of studies
  • Business School – six levels of studies
  • Hospitality Management – nine levels of studies
  • Management and Entrepreneurship – seven levels of studies
  • Marketing, Supply Chain, and Sport Management – ten levels of studies
  • Operations Management – five levels of studies
  • People Management and Development – eleven levels of studies
  • Tourism Management – nine levels of studies.
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Science

Science plays a vital role in modern development, and TUT offers an array of science courses that cater to different interests, such as nursing, animal sciences, biomedical sciences, chemistry, environmental health, mathematics, physics, and more. The courses available in this study area are as follows:

  • Adelaide Tambo School of Nursing Science – six levels of studies
  • Animal Sciences – seven levels of studies
  • Biomedical Sciences – seven levels of studies
  • Biotechnology and Food Technology – seven levels of studies
  • Chemistry – eight levels of studies
  • Crop Sciences – seven levels of studies
  • Environmental Health – six levels of studies
  • Environmental, Water, and Earth Sciences – ten levels of studies
  • Horticulture – six levels of study
  • Mathematics and Statistics – six levels of study
  • Nature Conservation – six study levels
  • Pharmaceutical Sciences – eight study levels
  • Physics – six levels of study
  • Sport, Rehabilitation, and Dental Sciences – seven levels of study.

Arts

For those with a passion for the arts, TUT offers courses in drama and film, entertainment technology, fashion design and technology, fine and applied arts, performing arts, and visual communication. The courses available in this study area are as follows:

  • Drama and Film – five levels of studies
  • Entertainment Technology – four levels of study
  • Fashion Design and Technology – five levels of education
  • Fine and Applied Arts – five levels of education
  • Performing Arts – four levels of study
  • Visual Communication – four levels of study.

Whether you aspire to pursue a career in engineering, business, humanities, science, information technology, or the arts, TUT provides a diverse range of courses to help you achieve your academic and professional goals.

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For more detailed information on each course and its specific requirements, you can refer to the TUT prospectus PDF available for download.

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