Departments in Faculty of Engineering

Civil and Environmental Engineering

Civil Engineering refers to planning, designing, construction and maintaining the physical and naturally build environment, including works like bridges, roads, canals, dams and buildings.

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Mining and Process Engineering

Mining Engineering is concerned with the safe, economic and environmentally sustainable recovery, processing and marketing of mineral resources from the earth. The Mining Engineering degree programme includes elements from other disciplines including geology, metallurgy, accounting, economics and management.

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Electrical and Computer Engineering

Graduates with professional degrees in Electronic and Telecommunication Engineering become involved in the design, performance analysis and optimisation of electronic and telecommunication systems and products. On the other hand, Electrical Power Engineering graduates get involved in the design, performance analysis and optimisation of power generation, transmission and distribution systems.

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Mechanical and Marine Engineering

Civil Engineering refers to planning, designing, construction and maintaining the physical and naturally build environment, including works like bridges, roads, canals, dams and buildings.

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Material Testing Institute (MTI)

The Materials Testing Institute (MTI) is situated in the Department of Civil Engineering. MTI offers a comprehensive range of equipment, including the valuable equipment recently donated by GIZ, that can be used for accurate testing in the fields of: • Road Engineering, • Foundation Engineering, • Building Engineering

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Namibian Institute of Space Technology

NIST focuses on developing human capacity in the field of aerospace technology and its applications.

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