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  • The minium duration of the exchange programme is 10 months.
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The second call for applications will be open on the 20th December 2013 till 28th February 2014.

 

 

02.6/M Phil in Engineering (Transport Studies)

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Title: Master of Philosophy in Transport StudiesArise Blank

Application Reference EU Code: 02.6

Website Reference: UCT022

Duration (in semesters): 4 semesters (2 year) Credits (per semester): buy kamagra online with paypal. #Kamagra canada. buy kamagra online next day delivery. 45 (180 in total)

Objectives:

The primary purpose of the Transport Studies programme is to produce graduates with the capacity to apply high level skills and knowledge competently in the field of urban passenger transport planning and management. The secondary purpose of the programme is to bring teaching and research resources together in an innovative, cross-disciplinary way. This will add value to teaching and research in the transport field both regionally and nationally.

Changes in the legislative and policy environment of transport provision have generated a need for graduates with an appropriate array of inter-disciplinary skills and knowledge, who are able to contribute effectively to the planning and management of urban passenger transport systems as a component of the broader process of integrated development planning at the local level. The programme is intended to address this need directly.

Structure and content:

A candidate for the MPhil in Transport Studies is required to complete courses (120 credits) and a minor dissertation (60 credits), and to comply with the prescribed curriculum.

 

Students will be assessed for each course module through a range of methods, including formal examinations, but primarily through group and individual assignments or projects. These will be designed to enable them to demonstrate their critical understanding of the subject matter to which they have been exposed as well as their competence to deal with practice-based problems or issues arising out of that subject matter. In addition, students registered for the MPhil qualification will be required to formulate a relevant topic for their minor dissertation, translate it into a set of detailed research questions, design and execute an appropriate research method, and present their results or conclusions in a carefully structured and coherently argued report. This will provide the opportunity for a 'capstone' assessment of their ability to apply skills and knowledge acquired throughout the programme to a specific issue of theoretical and practical significance.

Learning Outcomes:

Graduates of the programme are able to:

1. Investigate trends in the urban passenger transport field

2. Identify and 'frame' planning buy doxycycline for chlamydia. #Purchase Doxycycline. where to buy doxycycline over the counter. and management issues in the urban passenger transport field

3. Formulate appropriate programmes to address specific issues and/or achieve identified goals in the urban passenger transport field

4.Ai??Advise decision-makers in the urban passenger transport field

5.Exercise professional judgement in the urban passenger transport field.

6.Ai??Analyse urban passenger transport systems across the various modes and the factors affecting supply and demand

7.Ai??Contribute effectively to the preparation of an integrated transport plan

8.Ai??Evaluate urban passenger transport programmes and projects

9.Ai??Prepare proposals for implementing urban passenger transport supply systems management and travel demand management measures

10.Prepare local area transport plans

11. Undertake the basic design of transport infrastructure in local areas

12. Promote traffic safety in urban transport networks and operating systems

 

Recognition and accreditation obtained:

South African Qualifications Authority Identification No 24399

06.9/PhD in Engineering

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Title: Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.)Arise Blank

Application Reference EU Code: 06.9

Website Reference: UCT017  

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Objectives:

The degree of Doctor of Philosophy is a research degree. The main purpose of the Ph.D. programme is to train scientists to a level where they are capable of planning and undertaking original research projects, and of working at the highest level in any scientific undertaking. The qualified person will be able to contribute in his or her own right to scientific discourse, and to train others to the same level of skills and achievement. The programne is primarily an academic one, in that industry does not required a Ph.D. level qualification for most engineering posts, but would be a necessary qualification for anyone desiring to pursue a career in research at a high level. It is regarded as the entry-level qualification to an academic and research career in engineering I science at most universities. The rationale of this qualification is to provide South Africa (and other African countries) with significant numbers of graduates in the engineering sciences in order to ensure that the local leadership base of innovative and knowledge-based economic and scholarly activity in these fields is widened.

Structure and content:

Candidates will be required to present a thesis on an approved topic. A formal assessment of the competence of the Ph.D. student is carried out at the end of the project, in the process of examination of the dissertation. The dissertation will usually consist of a detailed report on, and analysis of the results of, a research project performed under the guidance of a suitable supervisor or supervisors. The assessment will be aimed at determining that the student has achieved the requisite level of knowledge required at this level, as well as the ability to use and apply specific methodological skills obtained in the programme, to formulate and carry out a research project, to report on it, to critically review current literature in the subject area, and to write material that is publishable in the scientific media. The thesis must constitute a substantial contribution to knowledge in the chosen subject; thus, the research needs to be original, and publishable, and the thesis must show evidence of independent thought. The thesis is also required to embody only the original work of the candidate. Other assessment methods prior to submission of a dissertation will normally include some form of review of a written research project proposal as well as possible review by supervisor(s) of oral presentations, journal club and other activities aimed at professionally training a scientist in a particular discipline. Study in the following themes are encouraged: Architecture, Planning, Landscape, Urban Design or Conservation (Architecture), Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering,  Industrial Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Chemical Engineering and Transport Studies.

Learning Outcomes:

  Graduates of the programme are able to:

  1. Plan and execute research work, and report on such work.
  2. Exhibit a level of understanding of scientific literature appropriate to the practice of the chosen discipline.
  3. Make an original contribution to knowledge.
  4. Identify and solve problems in which responses display that a responsible decision using critical and creative thinking has been made.
  5. Work effectively with others as a member of a team, group, organization and community.
  6. Organise and manage themselves and their activities responsibly and effectively.
  7. Collect, analyse, organise and critically evaluate information.
  8. Communicate effectively.
  9. Use science and technology effectively and critically.
  10. Demonstrate an understanding of the world as a set of related systems by recognizing that problem-solving contexts do not exist in isolation
  11. Participate as responsible citizens in the life of local, national and global communities
  12. Be culturally and aesthetically sensitive across a range of social contexts
  13. Develop entrepreneurial opportunities

Recognition and accreditation obtained:

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06.9/MSc Engineering (Electrical Engineering)

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Title: Master of Science in Engineering (with streams in Water Quality Engineering; Project Management; Electrical Engineering; Sustainable Energy Engineering; Energy and Development Studies)Arise Blank

Application Reference EU Code: 06.9

Website Reference: UCT015  

Duration (in semesters): 2 semesters (one year) Credits (per semester): 90 (180 in total)  

Objectives:

The purpose of this doxycycline over the counter cvs. #Buy Doxycycline. buy doxycycline for syphilis. programme is to provide students with a basic training in research methods and procedures appropriate to Engineering, and to produce students who are able to enter Ph.D. programmes.  

Structure and content:

This is a Master's degree by dissertation only.   The evaluation of the dissertation is formative in character and synoptically evaluates all levitra uk next day delivery. #buy Levitra online. levitra online india. outcomes. In each case, examiners submit formal reports on the thesis, which are made available to the candidate.  

Learning Outcomes:

Graduates of the programme are able to:

  1. Deal with complex issues systematically and creatively.
  2. Make sound judgments using data and information.
  3. Communicate conclusions clearly to specialist and non-specialist audiences.
  4. Demonstrate self-direction and originality in tackling and solving problems.
  5. Act autonomously in planning and implementing tasks at a professional or equivalent level.
  6. Continue to advance knowledge, understanding and skills.
  7. Develop workable solutions.

 

Recognition and accreditation obtained:

South African Qualifications Authority Identification No 10681

06.4/MSc in Engineering (Project Management)

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Title: Master of Science in Engineering (with streams in Water Quality Engineering; Project Management; Electrical Engineering; Sustainable Energy Engineering; Energy and Development Studies)Arise Blank

Application Reference EU Code: 06.4

Website Reference: UCT013  

Duration (in semesters): 2 semesters (one year)

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Objectives:

The purpose of this programme is to provide students with a basic training in research methods and procedures appropriate to Engineering, and to produce students who are able to enter Ph.D. programmes.  

Structure and content:

This is a Master's degree by dissertation only. The evaluation of the dissertation is formative in character and synoptically evaluates all outcomes. In each case, examiners submit formal reports on the thesis, which are made available to the candidate.  

Learning Outcomes:

Graduates of the programme are able to:   1. Deal with complex issues systematically and creatively. 2. Make sound judgments using data and information. 3. Communicate conclusions clearly to specialist and non-specialist audiences. 4. Demonstrate self-direction and originality in tackling and diflucan coupon. #Diflucan Canada Online. diflucan refill. solving problems. 5. Act autonomously in planning and implementing tasks at a professional or equivalent level. 6. Continue to advance knowledge, understanding and skills. 7. Develop workable solutions.  

Recognition and accreditation obtained:

South African Qualifications Authority Identification No 10681

12.6/MSc Nursing

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Title: Master of Science in NursingArise Blank

Application Reference EU Code: 12.6

Website Reference: UCT006  

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Credits (per semester): 30 (180 in total)  

Objectives:

The Master's in Nursing programme aims to prepare graduates who will be able to demonstrate competence in the research process, and an understanding of the main approaches and paradigms – both qualitative and qualitative -in health sciences research. The programme aims to facilitate the development of reflective practice, the utilisation of appropriate theoretical foundation for nursing practice, the identification of researchable nursing or midwifery problems and the conducting of research, the findings of which will contribute to the advancement of the nursing/midwifery practice. The programme is based on adult educational principles. The coursework is designed to foster leadership, clinical, research and educational expertise and critical thinking, interpretive and motivational skills, and evidence-based practice. The rationale is to prepare graduates to be leaders in their field, capable of addressing national and kamagra oral jelly review forum. #cheap Kamagra. is it safe to use kamagra?. African health priorities, building on their prior knowledge acquired in the undergraduate nursing course.  

Structure and content:

The programme is offered as a degree by dissertation only; or by coursework and dissertation. The programme by coursework and dissertation consists of four courses plus a minor dissertation of a maximum of 25,000 words. Taught core courses provide the candidate with a base for critically examining nursing practice by achieving a sound understanding of the principles and methods of research and professional issues. Elective courses reflect the interests and areas of practice of individual candidates. (a) Obligatory core courses: Research Methods (15 credits); Theoretical Foundations of Nursing Practice (22 credits) plus, (b) a total of 53 credits of elective courses to be approved by the programme convener, which may be taken from the Department of Rehabilitation Sciences or from programmes offered by other faculties/departments, where the student meets the required prerequisites and a place is available (53 credits), (c) MSc Nursing minor dissertation (90 credits).

Assessment of coursework: Essays, project reports and reflective journals all count towards the assessment of taught courses. Each course is assessed in a manner appropriate to the course content and objectives. Assessment of minor dissertation: The minor disse1tation (25,000 words) is externally examined and constitutes 50% of the final mark. It must be passed with at least a 50% final mark. The disse1tation of a maximum of 50,000 words comprises the full weighting of the degree by disse1tation. Students are also required to complete a postgraduate level course in research methodology prior to the submission of their research proposal. The evaluation of the disse1tation is formative in character and synoptically evaluates all outcomes. In the case of the degrees by dissertation only, the evaluation of the disse1tation is formative in character and synoptically evaluates all outcomes. In each case, examiners submit formal reports on the thesis, which are made available to the candidate.  

Learning Outcomes:

Graduates of the programme are able to:

  1. Identify researchable problems, plan and conduct research
  2. Promote the use of research findings and thus also contribute to the body of nursing knowledge through practice-based research
  3. Incorporate theories and advanced knowledge into nursing practice
  4. Use leadership, management and teaching knowledge and competencies to influence nursing practice
  5. Assume responsibility for contributing to the advancement of nursing practice

 

Recognition and Accreditation Obtained:

Not separately accredited- approved as part of the approved Programme and Qualification Mix for UCT (Department of Higher Education and Training List).

06.9/MSc Process and Food Engineering

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Application Reference EU Code: 6.9

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Duration: (in semesters): 4 semesters

Objectives:  

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Structure and Content: 

1. The common courses are:

  • FEB  600 Research   Methods
  • FEB  601 Tensor  Analysis
  • FEB  602 Theory  of Elasticity
  • FEB  603 Theory  of  Plasticity
  • FEB 604 Viscoelasticity
  • FEB 605 Fracture Mechanics
  • FEB 606 Continuum Mechanics
  • FEB 607 Digital Simulation and Measurements
  • FEB 608 Analogue Simulation
  • FEB 609Vector Analysis
  • FEB 610 Similitude Theory and Applications
  • FEB 611 Finite Element Method
  • FEB 612 Transport Phenomenon in Engineering
  • FEB 613 Robotics
  • FEB 614 Arbitration
  • FEB 6 15 Principles of Automatic Control
  • FEB 616 Theoretical Soil and Granular Mechanics
  • FEB 617 Engineering Acoustics
  • FEB 618 Methods of Teaching in Universities and Colleges
  • FEB 619 Faculty Seminar
  • FEB 620 Machine Vision
  • FEB 691 CAD/CAM
  • FEB 692 Boundary Element Method
  • FEB 693 Computational Fluid Dynamics
  • FEB 697 Engineering Precision Agriculture
  • FEN 601 Mathematical  Statistics
  • FEN 602 Partial Differential Equations and Complex Variables
  • FEN 604 Mechatronics

2. Elective courses are: 2.1 Environmental Engineering

  •  FEB 621 Pollution Abatement
  • FEB 622 Advanced Geographical Information Systems
  • FEB 623 Environmental  Management
  • FEB 624 Landscape  Engineering
  • FEB 624 Aquacultural  Engineering
  • FEB 626 Water and Waste Water Treatment Processes
  • FEB 627 Sediment Transport Engineering
  • FEB 628 Management of Soil and Water Salinity
  • FEB 629 Watershed Engineering
  • FEB 630 Land Use Systems Analysis
  • FEB 631 Soil Erosion Processes and Models
  • FEB 632 Stream Sanitation
  • FEB 633 Water Resources Management
  • FEB 634 Environmental Impact Study
  • FEB 635 Waste Management

 2.2 Irrigation and Water Resources Engineering

  • FEB 626 Water and Waste-Water Treatment Processes
  • FEB 627 Sediment Transpmt Engineering
  • FEB 628 Management of Soil and Water Salinity
  • FEB 632 Stream Sanitation
  • FEB 633 Water Resources Management
  • FEB 634 Environmental  Impact Study
  • FEB 641 Planning and Development of Water Resources Projects
  • FEB 642 Advanced Irrigation Engineering
  • FEB 643 Advanced Drainage Engineering
  • FEB 645 Surface Water Hydrology
  • FEB 646 Groundwater Hydrology
  • FEB 647 Open Channel Hydraulics
  • FEB 648 Compressible Fluid Flow
  • FEB 649 Themy of Flow Through Porous Media

 2.3 Process and Food Engineering

  • FEB 635Waste Management
  • FEB 649 The01y of Flow Through Porous Media
  • FEB 661 Combustion  Themy
  • FEB 662 Mechanical  Processing of Food
  • FEB 663 Thermal Processing of Food
  • FEB 664 Biotechnology of Food Processing
  • FEB 665 Fermentation  Processes
  • FEB 666 Manufacturing  Processes and Simulation
  • FEB 667 Industrial Safety
  • FEB 668 Processing ofField Crops
  • FEB 669 Product Development
  • FEB 670 Theory of Drying

 

Learning Outcomes:

Graduates equipped to work in industly, undertake research and teach at middle level colleges and Universities.

Recognition Obtained /Employability:  

UON  degrees  are  recognised  nationally  and internationally. Graduates work in national/country governments of various countries, private companies, NGOs and civil societies, engineering firms, international organizations and agencies, colleges and universities, self  – enterprises.

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