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Bachelor of Engineering Technology (Mechanical):

Get qualified to work as an engineering technologist – an area in huge demand here and around the world.

Engineering technologists require deep knowledge of the practical situations and applications in which they work. This degree suits students who want to combine engineering theory with practical career skills.

In this programme you will learn the fundamental principles of fluid mechanics, strength of materials, thermodynamics and heat transfer, mechanics of machines and mechanical design.

Bachelor of Engineering Technology (Electrical):

Get qualified to work as an engineering technologist – an area in huge demand here and around the world.

Engineering technologists require deep knowledge of the practical situations and applications in which they work. This degree suits students who want to combine engineering theory with practical career skills.

Our specialisations provide in-depth, discipline specific skills in the following subject areas:

Electronics – You’ll learn about designing, building and maintaining the latest electronic technology such as drones, smart factories and electronic games.

Power – Develop your skills and experience around designing, building and maintaining generators, transmitters and distributors of power.

Mechatronics – Get in-depth knowledge and technical skills for implementing, integrating, testing, extending and upgrading robotic systems and projects.

On graduating, you will have sufficient understanding of technology in your specialty area to keep up with future technological developments. You will also have other skills that are critical in the working world, in areas like management and economics, design, communication, problem solving and critical thinking.

Bachelor of Engineering Technology (Civil):

Kickstart your career in civil engineering by developing skills and knowledge which is in huge demand worldwide.

In this programme you’ll learn the principles of planning roads, designing structures, constructing and maintaining bridges, water and sewerage systems, railways, hydro-electric projects and harbours. A hands-on programme, you’ll also develop the skills to put civil engineering theory into practice by carrying out varied technical work for different construction methods.

MIT has developed this degree in collaboration with the industry. This insures it provides students with the practical career skills and relevant knowledge to immediately enter the diverse field of civil engineering.

This course is offered to students at the MIT Otara campus of the Manukau Institute of Technology in New Zealand.

Entry Requirements: IELTS 6.0 (academic).

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