These guidelines apply to master's and doctoral degree candidates, and the number and nature of courses taken will be determined by the background of the candidate and the degree of interest. All of the current rules, regulations and examination requirements for postgraduate degrees by research in the University will apply, i.e., regulations for the MPhil and the PhD degrees.
Postgraduate Programmes by the numbers
Masters Degree in Engineering Asset Management
Engineering asset management is an emerging inter-disciplinary field that combines the technical issues of asset reliability, safety and performance with financial and managerial skills.
Masters and Doctoral Programmes in Mechanical Engineering with a minor in Biosystems (Biosystems Engineering)
The main objective of these programmes is to offer sound, attractive, graduate degrees through teaching and research in the three, main areas of Mechanical Engineering with a minor in Biosystems :
- Engineering Design
- Crop Processing, Food Engineering & Post-harvest Technology
- Soil & Water Engineering.
Masters and Doctoral Programmes in Mechanical, Manufacturing & Industrial Engineering
This research degree programme leads to the award of a Master of Philosophy (MPhil) or a Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Mechanical Engineering, Manufacturing Engineering or Industrial Engineering.
MSc Programme in Production Engineering & Management, MSc Programme in Production Management, MSc Programme in Engineering Management
These degree programmes aim to provide advanced education and training for graduates in engineering, science and related areas to meet the current and future needs of the manufacturing and allied industries.
Msc Programme in Manufacturing Engineering & Management (MEM)
The primary aim of this programme is to provide graduate students with the advanced and specialized knowledge in the areas of Manufacturing Engineering and Management with a focus on the conventional and computer integrated manufacturing fields.