Bachelor of Engineering Honours Degree in Materials Engineering
2.1.1 Prospective students must comply with General Academic Regulations for Undergraduate Degrees at Midlands State University. Entry requirements are two Advanced Level passes in Mathematics and Chemistry. Candidates with recognized diplomas in mining engineering, metallurgy and geology may be considered.
2.2 Special Entry
2.2.1 Refer to section 3.2 of the General Academic Regulations
2.3 Mature Entry
2.3.1 Refer to section 3.3 of the General Academic Regulations
2.4 Visiting School
2.4.1 The aim of the Visiting School programme is to provide a flexible platform for practitioners in industry to advance their knowledge and skills though a degree programme.
2.4.2 The duration of the Visiting School programme is four years, with levels 3 and 4 running concurrently.
2.4.3 In order to qualify for acceptance to the Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) Degree in Metallurgical Engineering (Visiting School), the candidate, in addition to satisfying the minimum conditions prescribed under the General Regulations, must have obtained the following qualifications:
‘A’ level passes in Mathematics and Physics, or Mathematics and Chemistry.
and at least two years working experience in the relevant field (proof of employment required).
A recognized diploma in a relevant field,and at least two years working experience in the relevant field (proof of employment required).
After completing the programme graduates will be open to the following opportunities;
- corrosion engineers
- electrometallurgical engineers
- foundry engineers
- hydrometallurgical engineers
- materials engineers
- metallurgical engineers
- physical metallurgical engineers
- pyro metallurgical engineers
- welding engineers
- supervisors of metallographers, technologists