Here Are The Tshwane University Of Technology Courses Available

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If you have your sights set on studying at Tshwane University of Technology this year, then it might help to familiarise yourself with some of the courses that they have on offer. Have a look at all the ones listed below. 


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With seven faculties and nine campuses, Tshwane University of Technology (TUT) is among the largest contact universities in South Africa, in that it provides quality education to more than 60 000 students each year. Here are all courses that they have to offer in 2022. 

Arts & Design

  • 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

Economics And Finance

  • 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 

  • Architecture - seven levels of studies
  • Building Science - Seven levels of studies
  • Chemical, Metallurgical and Materials Engineering - Five levels of studies
  • Electrical Engineering - Eight levels of studies 
  • Geomatics - Two levels of studies 
  • Industrial Engineering - Eleven levels of studies
  • Mechanical Engineering, Mechatronics Industrial Design - Ten levels of studies 

Humanities

  • Applied Language - 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 

  • Computer Science - Eight levels of studies 
  • Computer System Engineering - Seven levels of studies
  • ICT First Year’s and Foundation Unit - Two levels of Study
  • Informatics - Eight study levels Information Technology - seven levels study

Management Sciences 

  • 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 
  • Tourism Management - Nine levels of studies 

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