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POSTGRADUATE SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING MANAGEMENT Faculty of Engineering and the Built Environment: University of Johannesburg Postgraduate School of Engineering Management

Engineering Management is a specialized form of management that provides core intellectual concepts in marketing, finance, business law and management. Representing a combination of engineering skill and business knowledge that are required to cultivate innovative solutions to complex business problems. For more info: UJ website (www.uj.ac.za), Faculty of Engineering and Built Environment, Postgraduate School of Engineering Management School staff Name & Initials Title Position Specialty Annlizé Marnewick Prof Associate Professor HOS and Associate Professor of Engineering Management Professor of Engineering Management Associate Professor of Engineering Management School admisistrator ginar@uj.ac.za 011 559 1732 Short learning programme admisistrator deligentm@uj.ac.za 011 559 1739 Industry Lecturer: Project Management Industry Lecturer: Engineering Management Industry Lecturer: Advance Engineering Economics Industry Lecturer: Reliability Engineering Industry Lecturer: Product Development & Marketing Industry Lecturer: Engineering Systems Management Jan-Harm Pretorius Prof Professor Hannelie Nel Prof Associate Professor Gina Rautenbach Ms School administrator Deligent Magoro Ms Short learning programme administrator Deon Kruger Mr Associates Andre Malan Dr Associates Bultie Nel Mr Associates Riekie Swanepoel Dr Associates Dietmar Winzker Dr Associates P Ranwell Dr Associates Research profiles Prof Annlize Marnewick HOS and Associate Professor of Engineering Management amarnewick@uj.ac.za Research Area: Systems Engineering, Requirements engineering, Domestic energy use and environmental impact and Solving crossdiscipline industry problems through the application of Engineering Management principles. Prof Jan-Harm Pretorius jhcpretorius@uj.ac.za Professor of Engineering Management Research Area: Electrical Engineering, Energy efficiency, Measurement and Verification, Engineering Management.

Prof Hannelie Nel hannelien@uj.ac.za Associate Professor of Engineering Management Research Area: Quality Management, Cost of Quality, Risk Assessment and Management, Gender Advancement in Engineering, Process optimization. Prof Paul Mativenga p.mativenga@ manchester.ac.uk Distinguished Visiting Professor Research Area: Micro Milling, Micro Drilling and High-Speed Machining, Contact phenomenon in high speed machining, Heat generation and partition in machining, Modelling of dynamic cutting forces in High Speed Machining, Sustainable manufacturing. Prof Johan Enslin jenslin@clemson.edu Distinguished Visiting Professor Research Area: Smarter power grids, modern power grid, energy storage technologies in grid modernization, large- scale renewable energy integration, improve energy efficiency Dr Andre Vermeulen avermeulen@uj.ac.za Senior Research Associate Research Area: Operations Management, Quality Management, Statistics / Operations Research / Quantitative Business Analysis, Business Process Engineering, Project Management. Dr Dietmar Winzker dwinzker@iafrica.com Industry Lecturer: Product Development & Marketing Research Area: Systems Engineering, Strategic Intent, Product Design, International Industrial Marketing, Business Transformation, Business Leadership, Future Management Dr Andre Malan andrem@vectorpm. com Industry Lecturer: Engineering Management Research Area: Research Area Engineering Management, Project Management Dr Ricky Swanepoel Swanephf@eskom. co.za Industry Lecturer: Reliability Engineering Research Area: Integrated information management systems, Data analytics, Reliability engineering, Condition monitoring, Business improvement frameworks. Mr Deon Kruger dkruger@uj.ac.za Industry Lecturer: Project Management Research Area: Optimizing Project Management Training, Project Management Maturity, Agile Project Management, Project Failure Analysis Mr Bultie Nel bultie1@gmail.com Industry Lecturer: Advance Engineering Economics Research Area: Water Management, Practical Application of Engineering Economics, Systems Engineering Dr P Ranwell pierreranwell@ gmail.com Industry Lecturer: Engineering Systems Management Research Area: Systems engineering

Application process Kindly note all applications must be submitted online, the link is available from the UJ website (www.uj.ac.za), no applications are received via email. To ensure no delays in application processing ensure the correct support documentation is supported with application. Application Process Description Applications for Research based Masters and PhD must include a research proposal together with the supporting documents, as detailed in the table below. The research proposal details the research problem, the significance of the problem and the need of the study. The proposal should be no longer than 2-3 pages and must have relevance to the engineering management discipline. The proposal should include: An overview of your research problem Main objectives of your research, including details of two to three key aspects The academic and/or practical importance within the Engineering Management discipline Expected research outcomes Outline of expected methods/approaches to achieve research objectives In development of the proposal avoid broad based research areas, and vague descriptions of your research interests, such as energy management or business optimisations. The research proposal is used in directing your application to potential supervisors, thus be as detailed as possible. The page limitation of three pages, requires you to be concise and clear, with a focus on quality of document. Following acceptance of your proposal, you would be required to register, and a supervisor is appointed. An advanced proposal, which is to be defended at the school’s panel must be submitted in six (6) months for a research-based master’s and nine (9) months for a PhD. Acceptance of the advanced proposal is final confirmation of you registration in the respective Master’s or PhD program. Program PhD Online Academic application records Required Required Research Required based Masters Coursework Required Masters Degree Curriculum certificate vitae (CV) Required Required Research proposal Required International applicants SAQA evaluation Required Required Required Required SAQA evaluation Required Required Required N/A SAQA evaluation

Program Structure and articulation is illustrated below Short learning programme (NQF 9) Engineering Management 15 Credits per subject Advanced engineering economics Engineering systems Management Project Management Project development and marketing On completion of 6 NQF modules Reliability Management Engineering Management - Course Work (NQF9) Engineering Management 15 Credits per subject Advanced engineering economics Minor dissertation (90 Credits) Engineering systems Management Project Management Project development and marketing Masters Qualification (NQF 9) Reliability Management Engineering Management - Research Based (NQF9) Full dissertation (180 Credits) Masters Qualification (by research) (NQF 9) Engineering Management - PhD (NQF 10) Thesis Timetable: Coursework masters and short learning programme Semester 1 Contact sessions during the academic calendar follow a blended approach that consistent of a combination of online individual as well as group contact sessions. Advanced Engineering Economics Mondays 18:00 – 21:00 7 contact session Engineering Systems Management Thursdays 18:00 – 21:00 7 contact session Engineering Management Two days 18:00 –21:00 4 contact session Semester 2 Reliability Management Mondays 18:00 – 21:00 7 contact session Project Management Thursdays 18:00 – 21:00 7 contact session Product Development and Marketing Four days 18:00 – 21:00 4 contact session

Engineering Management is a specialized form of management that provides core intellectual concepts in marketing, finance, business law and management.

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