Course Details

Faculty of Engineering

The Faculty has the highest number of endowed professionals or chairs in the College and provides society with well-educated, entrepreneurial graduates in engineering and the built environment.

N1 - N6 | Diploma (After Practicals)

With or Without Matric

Practicals Included

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Mechanical Engineering| N1 - N6

Electrical Engineering | N1 - N6

Modules

  • Engineering Mathematics
  • Engineering Science
  • Engineering Draughting
  • Mechanotechnics
  • Or Power Machines, Mechanotechnologies
  • Or Strength of Materials and Structures

Modules

  • Engineering Mathematics
  • Engineering Science
  • Industrial Electronics
  • Electrotechnics

 

Diesel & Motor Mechanics | N1 - N3

Fitting & Turning | N1- N6

Modules

  • Motor Trade Theory
  • Diesel Trade Theory
  • Motor Electrical
  • Mathematics
  • Industrial Electronics
  • Engineering Science

Modules

  • Mathematics, Engineering Science, Engineering Drawing
  • Mathematics, Engineering Science, Engineering Drawing,
  • Fitting and Machining Theory or Mechanotechnology

 

Boiler Maker | N1 - N4

Instrumentation | N1 - N3

Modules

  • Mathematics
  • Engineering Science
  • Plating and Structural Steel Drawing
  • Platers Theory
  • Or Mechanotechnology

Modules

Mathematics

Engineering Science

Industrial Electronics

Electrical Trade Theory (N1)

Instrumentation Trade Theory (N2 - N3)

Rigging | N1 - N6

Refrigeration & Air-conditioning | N1 - N3

Modules

  • Engineering Drawings
  • Engineering Science
  • Mathematics
  • Rigging Theory
  • OR
  • Fitting and Machining
  • Or Strength of material structure
  • Or Mechanotechnology
  •  

Modules

Mathematics

Engineering Drawing

Engineering Science

Refrigeration

 

About College on Hills

College on Hills seeks to nurture the inquiring mind and to integrate intellectual, social, and personal growth.

 

The College strives to develop students’ skills of critical thinking, verbal communication, and quantitative reasoning and their capacity for creative endeavor; it encourages students to examine the traditions of their own culture and those of others; to develop systems of values that include an understanding of personal, social, and professional responsibility; and to regard education as an indispensable, lifelong process.

Pretoria Main Campus

 

Constantia Building, 1st Floor

Cnr Thabo Sehume & Francis Baard

Pretoria 001

 

012 442 5053

 

072 310 1806

 

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