To be known for excellence in producing relevant professionals, who use engineering, technology and design, for societal development in South Africa.
- To continually ensure that our graduates are socially relevant.
- To ensure that the professional career orientation of our students is informed by the relevant stakeholders.
- To provide an appropriate infrastructure to our students that will ensure technological excellence.
- To ensure that learning and teaching in the faculty is in line with student’s needs and latest innovative practices.
- To foster research and development that contributes to the national and international pool of knowledge, and that informs the undergraduate curriculum.
The Faculty of Engineering and the Built Environment (FEBE) has more than 6 000 students enrolled across the departments of Chemical Engineering, Civil Engineering and Survey, Construction Management and Quantity Surveying, Electrical Power Engineering, Electronic Engineering, Industrial Engineering, Town and Regional Planning, Architectural Technology and Mechanical Engineering.
FEBE will offer new degree programmes in 2018. The National Diploma and BTech qualifications will be phased out accordingly. Further information on the new degree programmes can be obtained from each department webpage. Masters and Doctoral courses are also available.
Focused research in areas including Membrane Technologies for Water Purification, Chemical Thermodynamics, Applied Computational Intelligence, Bio-composites/Nano-materials, Technology Station in Reinforced and Moulded Plastics, the Indlebe Radio Telescope, Real Time Power System Simulation, Renewable Energy, Transportation, Engineering Education, Sustainable Development and Human Settlement.
Professor Theo Andrew
Executive Dean: Faculty of Engineering and the Built Environment
031 373 2762
031 373 2668
Professor Theo Andrew qualified and worked, lectured, and consulted in the field of Electrical Engineering for over 25 years. He is a Fellow of the South African Institute of Electrical Engineers (SAIEE), and served as its KZN Branch Chair and Honorary Vice-President, and as one of its Vice-Presidents. He is also a member of the International Society for the Systems Sciences (ISSS) and a founding member of the Board of the South African Society for Engineering Educators (SASEE). Professor Andrew is a member of the Higher Education Quality Council of South Africa.
Professor Paul Musonge
PhD(Lond), DIC, FSAIChE, MCSE
Position: Deputy Dean: Faculty of Engineering and the Built Environment
Telephone: 031 373 2762
Fax: 031 373 2668
Secretary Ms P Nadar
Tel: 031 373 2762
Fax: 031 373 2668
Please feel free to contact the relevant departments for further information.
|Faculty office desk||Contact person||Phone|
|Faculty Office Helpdesk||Ms Neetha Singhfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Architectural Technology||Ms Nomthandazo Sibisiemail@example.com|
|Construction Management and Quantity Surveying||Ms Anisha Pirthirajfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Chemical Engineering||Ms Khanyisile Ntuli||0313732218||Khanyisilen@dut.ac.za|
|Civil Engineering and Surveying (Durban)||Ms Pauline Steel (Steve Biko Campus)||email@example.com|
|Civil Engineering (Pietermaritzburg)||Ms Nicky Erasmus (Midlands Campus)||firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Electrical Power Engineering||Ms Regina Naidooemail@example.com|
|Electrical Engineering (Light Current)||Ms Premi Chettyfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Industrial Engineering||Ms Kershni Dhavrajemail@example.com|
|Mechanical Engineering||Ms Adele van Wykfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Town and Regional Planning||Ms Vashna Rabbiechunemail@example.com|