Engineering and the Built Environment (Witwatersrand)

Engineering and the Built Environment (Witwatersrand)

The Faculty of Engineering and the Built Environment is one of the faculties at the University of the Witwatersrand, located in Johannesburg, South Africa. The Dean is Prof. Beatrys M. Lacquet. The Faculty is located in the Chamber of Mines Building. The Faculty encompasses the following schools:

* Architecture and Planning
* Civil and Environmental Engineering
* Construction Economics and Management
* Electrical and Information Engineering
* Mechanical, Industrial and Aeronautical Engineering
* Mining Engineering
* Process and Materials Engineering

Courses Provided

The school of Architecture and Planning provides undergraduate degrees in:
* Architecture
* Town and Regional Planning
* Development Planning
* Housing

The school of Civil and Environmental Engineering provides undergraduate degrees in:
* Civil Engineering
* Environmental Engineering

The school of Construction Economics and Management provides undergraduate degrees in:
* Quantity Surveying
* Construction Management
* Property Studies

The school of Electrical and Information Engineering provides undergraduate degrees in:
* Biomedical Engineering
* Electrical Engineering
* Information Engineering

The school of Mechanical, Industrial and Aeronautical Engineering provides undergraduate degrees in:
* Mechanical Engineering
* Industrial Engineering
* Aeronautical Engineering

The school of Mining Engineering provides undergraduate degrees in:
* Mining Engineering

The school of Process and Materials Engineering provides undergraduate degrees in:
* Chemical Engineering.
* Metallurgy and Materials Engineering.

External links

* [ Faculty of Engineering and Built Environment]

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