Bioresources Engineering integrates scientific principles and engineering practice to solve practical problems in the production and processing of food, feed, fibre and fuels.
Chemical Engineering refers to the design, construction, operation and management of industrial plants in which raw materials undergo physical and/or chemical change.
Civil Engineers improve our quality of life by the planning, design and construction of infrastructure while minimising adverse impacts on the environment.
In this curriculum, computer systems are applied to the management, control and dissemination of information and the control and management of systems of all forms.
This curriculum is designed to prepare the student for the environment in which the generation, transmission, and use of electrical power takes place.
This curriculum prepares students for the all-pervasive discipline of electronic information handling, which has become crucial to commercial and industrial life.
Land Surveying deals with the field of Geomatics which has revolutionised the traditional survey instruments and, our methods of presenting and transmitting that information.
This broad-based engineering discipline encompasses topics such as Mechatronics, Machine Design, Material Engineering and Metallurgy, Renewable Energy, Fluid Dynamics and Aerospace.