Available Courses at TUT

By Victoria N · Oct 5, 2023
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The Tshwane University of Technology (TUT) is a public university in South Africa. It is one of the largest universities of Technology in the country and offers a wide range of courses at undergraduate and postgraduate levels.

Which courses are available at TUT for 2025?

The following courses are available at TUT for 2025

FACULTY OF ARTS AND DESIGN

HIGHER CERTIFICATE COURSES

HCert (Music)

 

DIPLOMA COURSES

Dip (Commercial Photography)

Dip (Fashion Design and Technology)

Dip (Fine and Applied Arts)

Dip (Integrated Communication Design)

Dip (Interior Design)

Dip (Jewellery Design and Manufacture)

Dip (Motion Picture Production)

Dip (Performing Arts) (Dance)

Dip (Performing Arts) (Music)

Dip (Performing Arts) (Theatre Arts and Design)

 

FACULTY OF ECONOMICS AND FINANCE

HIGHER CERTIFICATE COURSES

HCert (Accouting)

 

DIPLOMA COURSES

Dip (Accounting)

Dip (Economics)

Dip (Financial Management)

Dip (Financial Planning)

Dip (Internal Auditing)

Dip (Public Finance)

 

FACULTY OF ENGINEERING AND THE BUILT ENVIRONMENT

HIGHER CERTIFICATE COURSES

HCert (Construction Engineering)

HCert (Electrical Engineering)

HCert (Industrial Engineering)

HCert (Mechanical Engineering)

 

DIPLOMA COURSES

Dip (Building Science)

Dip (Electrical Engineering)

Dip (Geomatics)

Dip (Industrial Design)

 

BACHELOR COURSES

B Architecture

B Architecture (Extended)

BGeomatics

BEngTech (Chemical Engineering)

BEngTech (Civil Engineering)

BEngTech (Electrical Engineering)

BEngTech (Industrial Engineering)

BEng (Materials Engineering) (Polymer Technology)

BEngTech (Mechanical Engineering)

BEngTech (Mechatronics Engineering)

BEngTech (Metallurgical Engineering)

 

FACULTY OF HUMANITIES

DIPLOMA COURSES

Dip (Adult and Community Education and Training) (Specialisation in Civil Technology)

Dip (Adult and Community Education and Training) (Specialisation in Consumer Sciences)

Dip (Adult and Community Education and Training) (Specialisation in Electrical and Mechanical)

Dip (Correctional and Rehabilitation Studies)

Dip (Integrated Communication)

Dip (Journalism)

Dip (Language Practice)

Dip (Law)

Dip (Legal Support)

Dip (Policing)

Dip (Public Affairs)

Dip (Traffic Safety and Municipal Police Management)

 

BACHELOR COURSES

BEd (Foundation Phase Teaching)

BEd (Intermediate Phase Teaching)

BEd (Senior Phase and Further Education and Training Teaching) (Specialisation in Agriculture) 

BEd (Senior Phase and Further Education and Training Teaching) (Specialisation in Consumer Sciences)

BEd (Senior Phase and Further Education and Training Teaching) (Specialisation in Economic and Management Sciences)

BEd (Senior Phase and Further Education and Training Teaching) (Specialisation in Information Technology)

BEd (Senior Phase and Further Education and Training Teaching) (Specialisation in Mathematics)

BEd (Senior Phase and Further Education and Training Teaching) (Specialisation in Physical Education)

BEd (Senior Phase and Further Education and Training Teaching) (Specialisation in Sciences)

BEd (Senior Phase and Further Education and Training Teaching) (Specialisation in Technology)

 

FACULTY OF INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY

DIPLOMA COURSES

Dip (Computer Science)

Dip (Computer Science)(Extended

Dip (Computer Systems Engineering)

Dip (Computer Systems Engineering)(Extended)

Dip (Informatics)

Dip (Informatics)(Extended)

Dip (Information Technology)

Dip (Information Technology) (Extended)

Dip (Multimedia Computing)

Dip (Multimedia Computing) (Extended)

 

FACULTY OF MANAGEMENT SCIENCES

DIPLOMA COURSES

Dip (Administrative Information Management)

Dip (Administrative Management)

Dip (Adventure Tourism Management)

Dip (Contact Centre Management)

Dip (Credit Management)

Dip (Ecotourism Management)

Dip (Entrepreneurship)

Dip (Event Management)

Dip (Food Operations Management)

Dip (Hospitality Management)

Dip (Human Resource Management)

Dip (Management Services)

Dip (Marketing

Dip (Operations Management)

Dip (Retail Business Management)

Dip (Sport Management)

Dip (Supply Chain Management)

Dip (Tourism Management)

 

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FACULTY OF SCIENCE

HIGHER CERTIFICATE COURSES

HCert (Dental Assisting)

HCert (Resource and Waste Management)

HCert (Water Treatment)

 

DIPLOMA COURSES

Dip (Animal Sciences)

Dip (Crop Production)

Dip (Equine Science)

Dip (Horticulture)

Dip (Landscape Technology)

Dip (Nature Conservation)

Dip (Wildlife Management)

Dip (Analytical Chemistry)

Dip (Biotechnology)

Dip (Food Technology)

Dip (Fire Technology)

Dip (Environmental Sciences)

Dip (Food Technology)

Dip (Geology)

Dip (Industrial Physics)

Dip (Water Science and Technology)

 

BACHELOR COURSES

B Environmental Health

B Nursing

B Pharmacy

B Radiography (Diagnostics)

BHSci (Biokinetics)

BHSci (Clinical Technology)

BHSci (Medical Laboratory Science)

BHSci (Medical Orthotics and Prosthetics)

BHSci (Veterinary Technology)

Dip (Kinesiology and Coaching Science)

BSc (Industrial Chemistry)

 

Ensure that you check minimum requirements before submitting an application at Tshwane University of Technology (TUT). You can check the requirements by downloading the 2025 TUT prospectus HERE. Applying without checking requirements is risky because you may not qualify for the course you want to apply for. Unfortunately, if you do not qualify you will not be offered space to study at TUT for 2025 academic year.

 

Tips for choosing a course at TUT:

  • Consider your interests and skills. What are you passionate about? What are you good at?
  • Think about your future career goals. What kind of job do you want to have? What qualifications do you need for that job?
  • Do some research on the courses available at TUT. Read the course descriptions and compare the different options.
  • Talk to people who have studied at TUT. They can give you insights into the courses and the university as a whole.

Once you have chosen a course, you need to apply to TUT.  All applications at TUT should be submitted online on the TUT official website. Your application should be accompanied with certified supporting documents. For a detailed step by step guide on how to apply online at TUT for 2025 click HERE.

 

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

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How many choices can I apply for at TUT?

You can apply for up to 10 choices at TUT. However, your first and second choices should be courses you are REALLY interested in and that you meet the admission requirements for. For example if nursing is your passion, then do not put it on the 4th to 10th position. Rather put it on first position to stand a better chance of being admitted.

 

Can I study nursing at TUT?

Yes, you can study nursing at TUT. The Tshwane University of Technology (TUT) offers a four-year Bachelor of Nursing. The course is accredited by the South African Nursing Council (SANC). Nursing requires the following minimum requirements to be accepted:

  • APS: 25 excluding Life Orientation
  • English: Level 4
  • Mathematics or Technical Mathematics: Level 4
  • Life Sciences: Level 4
  • Physical Sciences:
  • If the APS is between 25 and 29 the applicant will write a TUT potential assessment. The applicant with minimum TUT potential test score of 50% will be eligible for consideration into the programme.
  • The applicant with an APS score of 30 and above will not write the TUT potential assessment test but will automatically be eligible to be selected in the programme

Does TUT offer law courses?

TUT does offer law courses but only offers a three-year Diploma in Law course. Tut currently doesn't offer LLB, BCom law and BA Law. With Diploma in Law, graduates will work in law firms, not necessarily as lawyers or attorneys but as cost consultants and paralegals. This qualification is not a bridging course. If you want to study Law consider other universities in South Africa.

 

In conclusion, TUT is a great choice for students who are looking for a high-quality education and a variety of course options. The university is also committed to student success and provides a range of support services to help students succeed.

 

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TUT 2025 prospectus

 

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