The Engineering Programmes, offered by the School of Engineering & Physics (SEP) provides training to suit the workforce needs of the region, especially for the USP member countries.
Bachelor of Engineering in Electrical and Electronics
have received accreditation from the Institute of Professional Engineers New Zealand (IPENZ)
Engineering degrees accredited by IPENZ are recognised as meeting the initial academic requirements for professional engineers.
The Bachelor of Engineering degree is a four-year programme comprising thirty-two courses, eight at the 100-level, eight at 200-level, sixteen at 300-level plus an industrial attachment and workshop practice component.
Both programmes have the same admission regulations and have prescribed sets of courses plus an industrial attachment and workshop practice component.
Special Admission Requirements: To be admitted to a Bachelor of Engineering a person shall:
a) from a Senate-recognised Form 7 or equivalent examination, have passed English, Mathematics and Physics with 50% and either Chemistry or Technology or
b) Have met the mature student admission criteria.
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