Department of Electrical Engineering

 The Department of Electrical Engineering consists of two programmes:

  • Diploma: Electrical Engineering
  • Bachelor of Technology: Electrical Engineering.

In the second year, students have a choice of selecting one of two options:

  • Diploma: Electrical Engineering, specialising in Power Systems Engineering 
  • Diploma: Electrical Engineering, specialising in Communication Systems Engineering.

The Bachelor of Technology: Electrical Engineering has two streams:

  • Bachelor of Technology: Electrical Engineering specialising in Communication Systems Engineering,
  • Bachelor of Technology: Electrical Engineering, specialising in Power Systems Engineering.

The choice of the stream depends on the option that was chosen at Diploma level.

Department

 Programmes Offered

 Duration

   Delivery Sites

Electrical              

Diploma: Engineering: Electrical, Extended Programme

   4yrs

     College Street

Diploma: Engineering: Electrical 

   3yrs

     College Street

BTech: Engineering: Electrical - Part-Time

    2yrs

     College Street

Department Staff

Mr S Adjei-Frimpong, HoD, Telephone +27 (0) 43 702 9224, Email sadjei-frimpong@wsu.ac.za

Ms M Kula, Secretary, Telephone +27 (0) 43 702 9232, Email: mkula@wsu.ac.za

DEPARTMENTAL RULES

General

  • Students should note that on registration to study at Walter Sisulu University, they automatically become members of the University and agree to abide by the rules and regulations of Walter Sisulu University as amended from time to time and for which further details are available in the General Prospectus.

Offering of Programmes and/or Courses not Guaranteed

  • Students should note that the offering of programmes and/or courses as is described in this Prospectus is not guaranteed but may be subject to change.
  • The offering of programmes and/or courses is dependent on viable student enrolment numbers being met (as determined by HOD) and physical and human resources being available.

Class Attendance

  • Attendance of all classes, including practicals, laboratory work, tutorials and site visits is compulsory.
  • All classes, including tutorials and site visits are compulsory. Students should at all times be punctual in attending classes. The lecturer keeps a register of a student class attendance that is used as part of the assessment of student performance.

Semester Tests, Practicals/Lab Work, Site Visits, Projects and Assignments

  • Students who are absent from semester tests, practicals/lab work, site visits who fail to submit assignments or projects before or on the due date, receive a zero mark for that assessment unit, unless the lecturer is provided with a written certificate (within 7 days after the test) from a medical doctor/dentist to confirm that he/she was ill.
  • No more than one semester major assessment (for example, test) may be missed. Any other of the University’s rules/regulations in this regard are applicable.