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UNIVERSITY OF PRETORIA Presentation to the Portfolio Committee for Science and Technology Research and Innovation Management Programme 13 February 2007. Graduate School of Technology Management Department of Engineering and Technology Management.

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UNIVERSITY OF PRETORIA

Presentation to the Portfolio Committee for Science and Technology

Research and Innovation Management Programme

13 February 2007


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Graduate School of Technology ManagementDepartment of Engineering and Technology Management

  • The Graduate School of Technology Management was established as a fourth school in the Faculty of Engineering, Built Environment and Information Technology with effect from 1 January 2007. The Department of Engineering and Technology Management, which was established in 1987 and is the only department of its kind in South Africa, resides within this School.

  • The Department of Engineering and Technology Management is a postgraduate department offering internationally recognised development programmes. These programmes are offered at honours, masters, and doctoral level and addresses different needs in the field  of Technology and Innovation Management, Project Management, Engineering Management, Life Cycle Management and Asset & Maintenance Management

  • The objective is to provide management education for the practicing engineer and  technologist, irrespective of undergraduate discipline. Whereas the traditional engineering disciplines focus mainly on technology itself, this department is dedicated to the utilisation of technology for the creation of  wealth at the enterprise and national level.


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Academic Offerings (Degree programmes)

The Department offers the following degrees:

  • Honours in Technology Management (MOT)

  • Masters in Technology Management (MTM)

  • Masters in Engineering Management (MEM)

  • Masters in Project Management (MPM)

  • PhD


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Honours in Technology Management (MOT)

Academic Offerings (Degree programmes)


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Masters in Technology Management (MTM)

Academic Offerings (Degree programmes)


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Degree programmes - Articulation model

Batchelor’s

degree

Honours in Technology

Management (MOT)

Masters in Technology

Management (MTM)

Short Course in Research and

Innovation Management

Students that completed the one-week short course in Research and Innovation Management will be exempted from class attendance for parts of some module/s (but will be required to study the prescribed reading, complete the assignments and write the examinations).


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Academic Offerings (Certificate programmes)

The Department offers the following certificate courses in collaboration with Continuing Education at the University of Pretoria (CE at UP):

  • Programme in Project Management (PPM)

  • Advanced Programme in Project Management (APPM)

  • Programme in Asset and Maintenance Management (PAM)

  • Principles of Maintenance Management

  • Programme in Engineering Management (PEM)

  • Programme in Systems Engineering

  • Programme in Technology and Innovation Management

New


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Certificate Programme in Technology and Innovation Management


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Certificate Programme in Technology and Innovation Management – Articulation model

Senior

certificate

or equivalent

Certificate Programme in Technology and

Innovation Management

Short Course in Research and

Innovation Management

Students that completed the one-week short course in Research and Innovation Management will be exempted from class attendance for parts of some module/s (but will be required to study the prescribed reading and complete the assignments).


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Certificate Programme in Technology and Innovation Management


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Certificate Programme in Technology and Innovation Management – Proposed modules


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Certificate Programme in Technology and Innovation Management – Proposed modules


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Certificate Programme in Technology and Innovation Management – Proposed modules


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Certificate Programme in Technology and Innovation Management – Proposed modules


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Certificate Programme in Technology and Innovation Management – Proposed modules


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Certificate Programme in Technology and Innovation Management

Accreditation

  • The South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA) does not accredit certificate programmes of Public Higher Institutions.

  • Certificate programmes are rated according to level (difficulty) and credits (quantity of work).

    • The Certificate Programme in Technology and Innovation Management will be pitched at SAQA’s NQF Level 5/6: “Undergraduate certificates / first degree”*.

    • This certificate will carry 80 credits (First degree: 360 credits).

  • The Certificate holder could receive some credit when doing certain certificate programmes offered by the University of Pretoria and other Higher Education Institutions depending on their policy.

* The Development of Level Descriptors for the NQF, SAQA, Government Gazette, Vol. 424, No. 21679, 24 October 2000


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