Overview

The Certificates is viewed as a post-secondary education qualification that is awarded on the successful completion of a prescribed programme of studies that is defined by credits attained for a series of courses. The unit of measurement for the Certificate Programme is the Credit, which is defined as the academic value of a theory course delivered for one hour per week during a full-length semester. A practical course may need more time assigned for a credit.

Requirements

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Quantity Surveying

This programme aims to develop students' proficiency in the measurement and cost applications of various projects, building design and operations.

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Mechanical Engineering

Mechanical Engineering combines several general education courses with specific courses in Manufacturing, Applied Engineering and Electricity.

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Computer Systems Engineering

Designed to enable learners to function in the ever-evolving field of micro-computer technology and data processing.