Academic programmes in Chemical and Metallurgical Engineering
The BSc (Eng) degree is a four-year degree programme offered in Chemical and Metallurgical Engineering. The first two years of study are mostly common to both disciplines, while the last two years offer opportunities for specialisation in either Chemical Engineering or Metallurgical Engineering.
The School offers PhD and Masters degrees, and a postgraduate diploma.
Undergraduate and postgraduate applications at the University are handled by the Student Enrolment Centre.
For admissions information, entrance requirements and details on how to apply to Wits, please click here.
Information for postgraduate applicants is available here. Masters and PhD applicants should contact the School before applying to find a supervisor.
The Rules and Syllabuses booklet for the Faculty of Engineering and the Built Environment contains detailed curriculum information.