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School of Engineering &the Built EnvironmentPROSPECTUS 2021

A.NOTEThis School Yearbook is valid for 2021 only. Regulations and curricula may be amended without prior notice. General regulations andinformation appear in the General Information and Regulations Yearbook.Although the information contained in this School Yearbook has been compiled as carefully and accurately as possible, Council and Senateaccept no responsibility for any errors or omissions that may occur. The University reserves the right to amend any regulation or conditionwithout prior notice.The information is correct up to 31 October 2021.The fact that particulars of a specific programmes, subjects or modules have been included in this School Yearbook does not necessarily meanthat such programme, subject, or module will be offered in 2021 or any subsequent year.This School Yearbook should be read in conjunction with the General Information and Regulations Yearbook3

ContentsA.NOTE . 3B.SCHOOL PREAMBLE . 6A.STRUCTURE AND PERSONNEL OF THE SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING & THE BUILT ENVIRONMENT. 10B.A.1.OFFICE OF THE DEAN . 10A.2.ACADEMIC DEPARTMENTS . 11NATURE OF THE CURRICULUM OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ENGINEERING . 12B.1.INTRODUCTION . 12B.2.PURPOSE AND SUPPORT FOR THIS CURRICULUM . 12B.3.ESSENTIAL CURRICULUM REQUIREMENTS . 12B.4.REQUIREMENTS FOR ACCREDITATION . 13B.5.NQF CREDITS . 13B.5.1.KNOWLEDGE AREA CONTENT . 14B.5.2.EXIT LEVEL OUTCOMES . 15C.REGULATIONS AND CURRICULUM FORMAT . 16C.1.DEGREE NAMES AND CODES . 16C.2.PROGRAMMES ON OFFER IN 2021 . 16C.3.ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS . 16C.3.1.GENERAL REQUIREMENTS . 16C.3.2.MINIMUM ENTRY INTO PRE- ENGINEERING YEAR ( 19BPEN) . 16C.3.3.MINIMUM ENTRY INTO THE FIRST YEAR OF ENGINEERING ( 19BENG) . 17C.4.PROGRESSION . 17C.5.DURATION OF STUDY . 17C.6.EXEMPTIONS . 17C.7.EXAMINATION REGULATIONS . 17C.8.ACADEMIC ADVANCEMENT RULES . 18C.8.1.PRE- ENGINEERING TO FIRST YEAR OF ENGINEERING. 18C.8.2.FIRST YEAR TO SECOND YEAR OF ENGINEERING . 18C.8.3.SECOND YEAR TO THIRD YEAR OF ENGINEERING. 18C.8.4.THIRD YEAR TO FOURTH YEAR OF ENGINEERING . 19C.9.MAXIMUM NUMBER OF CREDITS PER YEAR . 20C.10.MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS FOR RE-ADMISSION . 21C.11.CRITERIA FOR GRADUATION . 22D.CURRICULUM COMPILATION . 22D.1.PRE- ENGINEERING YEAR (YEAR ZERO)19BPEN. 22D.2.YEAR 1 OF ENGINEERINGD.3.YEAR 2 OF ENGINEERING ( 19BETE; 19BECE; 19BCEE; 19BTCE 19BMEE; 19BMNE; 19BMLE; 19BCME, 19BCVE) . 23D.4.YEAR 3 OF ENGINEERING . 2319BENG . 224

D.5.YEAR 4 OF ENGINEERING . 23E.CODE STRUCTURE AND ABBREVIATIONS . 23F.MODULES FOR THE PRE- ENGINEERING YEAR (YEAR ZERO) . 25F.1.NATURE OF PRE- ENGINEERING YEAR ( 19BPEN) (NSSC-O ENTRY LEVEL) . 25F.2.FORMAT OF PRE- ENGINEERING YEAR (YEAR ZERO) 176 credits . 25F.3.COURSE CONTENT FOR THE PRE- ENGINEERING YEAR (YEAR ZERO) . 25G.CURRICULUM FOR THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN CIVIL ENGINEERING (HONOURS). 33G.1.DEGREE NAME: Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering (Honours) 19BCVE . 33G.2.AIM . 33G.3.CURRICULUM STRUCTURE . 33G.4.DETAILED COURSE CONTENTS FOR BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN CIVIL ENGINEERING (HONOURS) . 36H.4.1.CURRICULUM FOR THE DEGREE BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ELECTRONICS AND COMPUTER ENGINEERING . 89H.5.DEGREE NAME: Bachelor Of Science In Electronics And Computer Engineering (Honours) 19BCEE . 89H.6.AIM . 89H.7.CURRICULUM STRUCTURE . 89H.9.CURRICULUM FOR THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING (HONOURS) . 139H.10.DEGREE NAME: Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering (Honours) 19BECE . 139H.11.AIM . 139H.12.CURRICULUM STRUCTURE . 139H.13.CURRICULUM FOR THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING (HONOURS). 185H.14.DEGREE NAME: Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering (Honours) 19BMEE . 185H.15.AIM . 185H.16.CURRICULUM STRUCTURE . 185H.17.DETAILED COURSE CONTENT FOR BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING (HONOURS) . 188I.CURRICULUM FOR THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN METALLURGICAL ENGINEERING (HONOURS) . 243J.DEGREE NAME: BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN METALLURGICAL ENGINEERING (HONOURS) 19BMLE . 243K.AIM . 243L.CURRICULUM STRUCTURE . 243M.DETAILED COURSE CONTENT FOR BSC IN METALLURGICAL ENGINEERING (HONOURS) . 246N.CURRICULUM FOR THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN MINING ENGINEERING (HONOURS). 302N.1.DEGREE NAME: Bachelor of Science in Mining Engineering (Honours) 19BMNE . 302N.2.AIM . 302N.3.CURRICULUM STRUCTURE . 302N.4.DETAILED COURSE CONTENT FOR BSc IN MINING ENGINEERING (HONOURS) . 3055

B.SCHOOL PREAMBLEThe School of Engineering & the Built Environment is located at the Jose Eduardo dos Santos Campus of the University in Namibia inOngwediva northern Namibia. The School enrolled its first 42 students in February 2009, but the number passed 310 in February 2017, withabout 22% of the students being females. About 30% of the student population comes from the SADC region, outside Namibia. On the otherhand, the Namibian Engineering students represent all the 14 regions in Namibia. The School offers the degree of Bachelor of Science inEngineering with Honours in eight Engineering disciplines. All the degree programmes have been approved by the Engineering Council ofNamibia and by the Namibia Qualifications Authority (NQA) and are registered in the National Qualifications Framework (NQF) as professionalEngineering Degrees with Honours at NQF Level 8. The degree programmes are offered in five academic departments which have a mix ofNamibian and expatriate academic members of staff as well as Namibian administrative and support staff.The School has produced over 270 graduate engineers since inception in the following disciplines: Civil Engineering, Computer Engineering,Electrical Engineering, Electronics Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Telecommunication Engineering, Metallurgical Engineering,Mining Engineering and Electronics and Computer Engineering. These graduate engineers have been evaluated by the Engineering Councilof Namibia and found to be registerable as Professional Engineers upon completion of their professional training. About 80% of these graduateengineers are fully employed in Namibia, Angola and other SADC countries. Others went on to pursuer their postgraduate studies in Namibiaand at other international universities outside Namibia. The employment rate of the graduate use to be 100% but has been recently affected bythe economic down turn in Namibia.Having successfully implemented the various Bachelor of Science ( Engineering) degree programmes, the School currently also offers variouspostgraduate qualifications which include masters and PhD degree in all six Engineering disciplines. Masters are offered either by course workor by thesis option. All PhDs are by thesis. The School has graduate 2 PhD students and one masters student as of December 2018. Thisnumber is expected to grow in the coming years. The Masters programme by course include; MSc in Civil Engineering with threespecialization options: Structures, Transport and Water, and MSC in Water Resource Management. Other MSc by course work in other fieldwill be developed in due course.In order to benchmark the Engineering degree programmes internationally, the School of Engineering & the Built Environment has establishedcollaborations and exchange programmes with a number of international universities. Such programmes cover student and staff exchange,joint research projects and curriculum development. International universities that collaborate with our School are based in Germany, Japan,China, Russia, Italy, South Africa, Thailand, Kenya and Nigeria. Funding for collaboration with German Universities in the area of civilEngineering is generously provided by the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ). In 2012- 2015, final year civilEngineering students visited the University of Kaiserslautern in Germany on student exchange. In 2013, students from the University ofKaiserslautern visited the School in OngwedivaThe School is being constructed in five phases. When all the phases are completed, about 1000 students will be studying Engineering at anygiven time. The buildings currently occupied consist of the Namibian Wing (Phase I) that houses the Mechanical Engineering Building and theAdministration Block; the Indian Wing (Phase II), which houses the Mining Engineering Building, the Computer Engineering Building and theInformation Resource Centre; and the recently completed German Wing (Phase III), which houses the Department of Civil and EnvironmentalEngineeringI wish to thank the Government of Namibia, through the Ministry of Education and the National Planning Commission for their continuedsupport of this project. I also wish to thank Professor Kenneth Matengu, the Vice Chancellor of the University of Namibia, who continues tosupport the growth of the School and to bring on board new international partners from time to time. May I also thank the many donors andbenefactors who have made an impact at the School financially and in kind. In particular, I wish to single out the Government of India, for theirvery generous donation of US 12.3 million for Phase II of the School, the German Government, for their generous donation of Euros 13.0million channelled via GIZ and KfW Development Bank, and NamPower, who in 2013 completed the construction and installation of a Mini SubStation at the Ongwediva Engineering Campus worth about N 2 million. Many thanks are also due to the members of the UniversityManagement for their unwavering support, the School Management Committee and the Academic, Administrative and Technical Staff of theSchool of Engineering & the Built Environment for their hard work; and the entire Student Body of the School, for their commitment, disciplineand perseverance.Dr. Petrina JohannesDean6

2021 ACADEMIC YEAR: SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING & THE BUILT ENVIRONMENT –04 January11 January12 January13 January13 January18 Jan – 05 Feb19 January27 January08 February10 February15 – 16 February17 February17 February22 – 24 February22 – 24 February25 – 26 February25 – 26 February01 March08 May14 May29 May31 March05 April12 April13 April13 May17 May28 May31 Jun – 09 July02 June28 Jun – 02 July29 June01 July05 - 16 July05 – 09 July12 - 16 July14 JunIndustrial Attachment commence for Senior Eng. Students ( Continues for another 4 weeks)University Open for 2021 Academic yearStart of Summer School (until 02 February)School Board - Engineering - Admissions and Special Cases: (Agenda closes 13 Jan)JEDS Supplementary Examinations commence for 1st semester Modules of 2020 (Until 15 January)On-Line Registration: Senior Engineering StudentsLectures commence for FIRST SEMESTERSchool Board Meeting, Engineering - (Admission & Special Cases) 14h30Lectures commence for Senior Engineering Students - FIRST SEMESTERPromotional ExaminationsREGISTRATION commences for Postgraduate First year students (Until 16 February):School Board, Engineering – Curriculum review and New Programmes Agenda closes (12:00)School Examiner Board – Promotions of studentsRegistration of Pre- Engineering Students in WindhoekRegistration of 1st Year Eng. Students at JEDS CampusRegistration of Pre- Engineering Students at JEDS Campus for HP CampusOrientation of First Year Eng. Students at JEDS CampusLectures commence for 1st Year and Pre-Engineering Students for FIRST SEMESTERLectures end for FIRST SEMESTERRegular Examinations commence (all Eng. Students)1st Semester Exams end for Senior Engineering StudentsSchool Board Meeting, – Curriculum review and New Programmes (14:30)First semester BREAK startsLectures resume after first semester breakSchool Management Meeting – School of Engineering & BE (14:30)Lectures end for Senior Engineering Students - FIRST SEMESTERRegular Examinations commence (Senior Engineering Students)End of FIRST SEMESTER for Senior Eng. studentsIndustrial Attachment commence for Senior Eng. Students (6 weeks)School Board – New Programmes, Curriculum Changes, Promotion of Students, Examiners & External ModeratorsAgenda closes (12:00) - Engineering & BEEnd of first semester for First Year Engineering StudentsRegular Examinations commence (First Year Eng. Students)School Board Committee Meeting – New Programmes, Curriculum Changes, Promotion of Students, Examiners & ExternalModerators - Engineering & BEIndustrial Attachment visitsRegular Examinations end for First Year Eng. StudentsSchool Board – Agenda closes (12:00) - Engineering & BEStart of Winter Term School (until 16 January)Mid-year BreakSpecial/Supplementary Exams start for 1st Year Eng. StudentsSchool Management Meeting – School of Eng. & BE (14:30) (Agenda closes 03 Jun)SECOND SEMESTER 202019 July19 - 23 July15 August23 August30 August13 Oct21 October22 October27 October12 November22 November29 Nov03 December15 DecemberLectures commence for SECOND SEMESTERSpecial/Suppl. Exams for Senior Engineering Students for Semester 1School Board Meeting - Engineering & BESecond semester BREAK startsLectures resume after second semester breakSchool Management Committee Meeting – School of Eng. & BE (14:30) (Agenda closes 02 Sept)Regular Examinations commence (Main UNAM with core Modules)Lectures end for SECOND SEMESTER (Senior Engineering students)Regular Examinations commence (Senior Engineering students)Regular Examinations end for all Eng. studentsSpecial/Supplementary Examinations start for all UNAM studentsSchool Board of Examiners – Promotions of students - Engineering & BEEnd of second semesterEnd of academic year2022 ACADEMIC YEAR10 January 202210 January 202220 January 2022Start of Summer School (until 28 JanuaryUniversity opens (2022 academic year)Academic staff resumes office duty04 June10 June16 June7

DUE DATES FOR THE 2021 ACADEMIC YEAR(i)22 January20 January20 January22 January27 January10 February12 February12 February05 March12 March26 July31 Augustus18 September29 OctoberGENERALLast day for appeals (Semester 2 & Double modules – Regular and Supplementary/Specialexaminations of November 2020)last day for application of retention of continuous assessment (CA) mark and Last day forapplication for exemption(s) (Senior StudentsLast day for approval of exemption(s)Last day for recommendation of retention of continuous assessment mark and PromotionExaminations by FacultiesLast day for approval of retention of continuous assessment mark and Promotion Examination byExaminations DepartmentPromotion ExaminationLast day for Late Registration for all Senior students (Late fee payable)Last day for approval of module(s) & qualification changes (Senior Students)Last day for application for exemption(s) (1st Year Students)Last day for approval of module(s) & qualification changes (1st Year Students)Last day for approval of exemption(s) changes (1st Year Students)Last day for Appeals (Semester 1 Modules - Regular and Supplementary/Special examinations ofJune 2021)Last day to submit outstanding documentationLast day to cancel enrolmentLast day to submit Theses and Dissertations for examinationsCANCELLATION DUE DATES20 MayLast day to cancel Semester 1 modules30 SeptemberLast day to cancel Semester 2 modules30 SeptemberLast day to cancel Double modules (module that extends normally over one academic yearFINANCE DUE DATES26 FebruaryLast day to cancel Semester 1 and Double modules with 100% credit07 MayLast day to cancel Semester 1 modules with 50% credit30 JuneLast day to cancel Double modules with 50% credit10 AugustLast day to cancel Semester 2 modules with 100% credit31 AugustLast day to cancel Semester 2 modules with 50% credit8

2021 ACADEMIC YEAR: UNAM MAINFIRST SEMESTER11 JanuaryUniversity Open12 JanuaryStart of Summer Term (Until 2 February)19 JanuaryAcademic staff resumes office duties01 MarchLectures commence for FIRST SEMESTER06 AprilFirst semester BREAK commences12 AprilLectures commence after first semester break04 JuneLectures end for FIRST SEMESTER10 JuneLectures end for FIRST SEMESTER29 JuneRegular Examinations end02 JulyEnd of FIRST SEMESTER05 JulyStart of Winter Term (until 09 July)05 – 09 JulyMid-year recess12 – 16 JulySpecial/Supplementary/Winter Term Examinations commence (Until 16 July)SECOND SEMESTER19 JulyLectures commence for SECOND SEMESTER23 AugustSecond semester BREAK commences30 AugustLectures resume after second semester break15 OctoberLectures end for SECOND SEMESTER21 OctoberRegular Examinations commence12 NovemberRegular Examinations end22 NovemberSpecial/Supplementary Examinations commence (Until 26 November)09 DecemberEnd of SECOND SEMESTER17 DecemberEnd of academic year12 January 2022University opens (2022 academic year)13 January 2022Start of Summer School (until 26 January)24 January 2022Academic staff resumes office duties9

A.STRUCTURE AND PERSONNEL OF THE SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING & THE BUILT ENVIRONMENTA.1.OFFICE OF THE DEANDeanDr. Petrina Johannes BSc (Civil Eng), MSc (Civil Eng), PhD (Civil Eng) (USA)Secretary to the DeanTel:( 264 65) 232 4022)Tel:( 264 65) 232 4016)Fax:( 264 65) 232 4069)Tel:( 264 65) 232 4005)Deputy DeanDr. Fillemon Nduuvu NangoloSchool OfficerMrs. Paulina N. Kashihakumwa Tel:( 264 65) 232 4004)Fax:( 264 65) 232 4085)Mrs. Jacqueline Nghidamwasha Tel:( 264 65) 232 4078)Human Resources Officer(264 65) 232 4069)Campus AccountantMrs. Erastus Tulonga BeataTel:( 264 65) 232 4009)Systems AdministratorMr. Gerson HailunduTel:( 264 65) 232 4044)Examinations OfficerMrs. Tekla NdevashiyaTel:( 264 65) 232 4107)Student Support OfficerMrs. Lovisa AmonTel:( 264 65) 232 4093)General enquiries regarding the School of Engineering & the Built Environment and qualifications offered by the School should be directed to:The School OfficerSchool of Engineering & the Built EnvironmentUniversity of Namibia, Engineer, Jose Eduardo Dos Santos Campus7501 Nandjembo Mengela StreetOngwedivaP. O. Box 3624 Ongwediva NamibiaTelephone: ( 264 65) 232 4004Fax: ( 264 65) 2324085E-mail: pnshivute@unam.naEnquiries regarding specific subjects and departments should be addressed to relevant head of department. (Tel: 26465 232 4000)10

A.2.ACADEMIC DEPARTMENTSDEPARTMENT OF CIVIL AND AND MINING ENGINEERINGAcademic Programmes:Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering (Honours)Bachelor of Science in Mining Engineering (Honours)DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL AND COMPUTER ENGINEERINGAcademic Programmes:Bachelor of Science in Electronics and Computer Engineering (Honours)Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering (Honours)DEPARTMENT OF MECHANICAL AND AND METALLURGICAL ENGINEERINGAcademic Programmes:Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering (Honours)Bachelor of Science in Metallurgical Engineering (Honours)11

B.NATURE OF THE CURRICULUM OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ENGINEERINGB.1.INTRODUCTIONIn October 2008, the University Senate approved a curriculum for degrees of Bachelor of Science in Engineering, consisting of eightprogrammes that cover the following disciplines: Civil Engineering, Computer Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Electronics Engineering,Mechanical Engineering, Metallurgical Engineering, Mining Engineering and Telecommunication Engineering. These programmes werelaunched in February 2009 when the School of Engineering & the Built Environment admitted its first intake of students. In February 2012, theSchool launched an additional programme, Bachelor of Science in Electronics and Computer Engineering.Following the launch of the programmes, the School submitted its curriculum to the Namibia Qualifications Authority (NQA) for assessmenttowards registration on the National Qualifications Framework (NQF). The NQA Secretariat found that all nine curricula satisfy the requirementsfor Professional Bachelor Degrees at NQF Level 8. All Engineering qualifications offered by the School are registered on the NationalQualification Framework with the Namibian Qualification Authority.The same curriculum was submitted to the Engineering Council of South Africa for a desktop review aimed at assessing whether thecurriculum met the requirements of the Engineering Council of Namibia’s Standards for Professional Bachelor Degrees in Engineering. TheECSA desktop review concluded that the curriculum does meet the Standards of the Engineering Council of Namibia (ECN). One of thedegree programmes, namely BSc in Electronics Engineering was also submitted to the National Council for Higher Education (NCHE) inNamibia for Pilot Accreditation. Whereas the NQA, ECSA and NCHE found the curriculum acceptable and meeting most of the targetedrequirements, suggestions for further improvements were made. Meanwhile, the School has entered into collaboration with a number ofGerman Universities, which have also suggested changes to the curriculum. In the light of suggestions from all the stakeholders, the Schooldecided to review all its programmes with the aim of producing a revised curriculum that would eventually be accredited by the EngineeringCouncil of Namibia, National Council for Higher Education and Engineering Council of South Africa.In 2016, the Programme for Bachelor of Science in Metallurgical received full (5 years) accreditation, while the Bachelor of Science in CivilEngineering received conditional (3 years) from NCHE. Two more programmes namely Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering andBachelor of Science in Electronics and Computer Engineering went through the accreditation exercise with NCHE in 2016, while the remainingtwo programmes (Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering and Bachelor of Science in Mining Engineering) are expected to go throughthe accreditation process in 2017.B.2.PURPOSE AND SUPPORT FOR THIS CURRICULUMThe purpose of this curriculum is to provide systematic university-level education and training towards the attainment of pre-defined ExitLevel Learning Outcomes nee

Electrical Engineering, Electronics Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Telecommunication Engineering, Metallurgical Engineering, Mining Engineering and Electronics and Computer Engineering. These graduate engineers have b

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