Tshwane University of Technology (TUT) offers many different qualifications in Chemistry.
TUT's Faculty of Science which houses their Chemistry programmes is a leading research faculty that makes substantial contribution every year to the total research output of the country. They have many rated researchers and lecturers of national and international repute, who attract substantial financial support for research projects from outside funding agents.
In the Department of Chemistry at TUT, they endeavour to present students with appropriate training in all central outlets of chemistry, by steering world-class basic and practical research utilising state-of-the-art facilities, and by making their knowledge known to fellow chemistry scientists and the community.
TUT offers the following Chemistry qualifications:
- Diploma in Analytical Chemistry
- National Diploma in Analytical Chemistry
- National Diploma in Analytical Chemistry (Extended Curriculum)
- Advanced Diploma in Analytical Chemistry
- Bachelor’s Degree in Industrial Chemistry
- Postgraduate Diploma in Laboratory Management
- Master’s Degree in Applied Sciences
- Doctoral Degree in Philosophy in Science
TUT says, "The goals and functions of universities of technology are unique. Universities of technology, being duly concerned about the country’s need for human resources, have as their chief objective the provision of training and education at a tertiary level for the application of technology in the work situation."
For more information on studying Chemistry at TUT, click here.