UTech, Ja - Summary Of Graduate Courses of Study 2023/2024

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University of Technology, Jamaica Table of Contents ADMISSIONS PROCEDURE 1 APPLY ONLINE 1 GRADUATE APPLICANT CHECKLIST 2 MATRICULATION VIA PRIOR LEARNING ASSESSMENT 2 FEES 3 COLLEGE OF BUSINESS AND MANAGEMENT School of Advanced Management 4 COLLEGE OF HEALTH SCIENCES School of Allied Health & Wellness 5 Caribbean School of Nursing 6 School of Pharmacy 7 JOINT COLLEGES OF MEDICINE, ORAL HEALTH AND VETERINARY SCIENCES College of Oral Health Sciences 7 School of Public Health & Health Technology 7 FACULTY OF EDUCATION AND LIBERAL STUDIES School of Technical & Vocational Education 8 FACULTY OF ENGINEERING AND COMPUTING School of Computing & Information Technology 9 School of Engineering 9 FACULTY OF SCIENCE AND SPORT Caribbean School of Sport Sciences 10 School of Mathematics & Statistics 10 School of Natural & Applied Sciences 10 FACULTY OF THE BUILT ENVIRONMENT Caribbean School of Architecture 11 School of Building and Land Management 11 HIGHER DEGREES BY RESEARCH 12 ABOUT UTECH, JA inside back cover The University of Technology, Jamaica (UTech, Jamaica) is established by an Act of the Jamaican Parliament, The University of Technology, Jamaica Act and is the continuation of a long tradition of delivering internationally recognized courses since 1958, spanning the era when the institution was known as the College of Arts, Science and Technology (CAST). The University is committed to excellence in all aspects of its course of study offerings. By submitting its courses of study to accrediting bodies for review and accreditation, the University provides additional assurance of the high quality of its courses in accordance with international standards. The University Council of Jamaica (UCJ) has registered UTech, Ja. as a tertiary institution. The University was granted Institutional Accreditation effective February 2018. When institutional accreditation is granted, the programmes are recognized by the UCJ, local and international stakeholders, as meeting minimum acceptable standards. Other accreditation or professional regulatory bodies to which the University subscribes and which give further assurance of the quality of UTech, Jamaica’s courses in accordance with internationally recognized professional standards include the following: i. Accreditation Board of Engineering and Technology (ABET) ii. Instititution of Engineering and Technology (IET) iii. Pharmacy Council of Jamaica iv. Nursing Council of Jamaica v. Dental Council of Jamaica vi. Council of Legal Education vii. The Commonwealth Association of Architects (CAA) viii. International Federation of Surveyors (FIG) Published - September 2022 ACCREDITATION

APPLICATIONS DEADLINES May 31, 2023 - for Admission for August 2023 August 31, 2023 - for Admission for January 2024 All applicants are encouraged to apply online. The online process is FREE and is designed to make the submission of your application as easy and accurate as possible and should last approximately 20 minutes. SUBMISSION OF PAPER APPLICATION FORMS Applicants who are not applying on-line must either print an application form from the University’s website or obtain one from the Office of Admissions & Enrolment Management. A non-refundable application fee of JA$1,000.00 for Jamaican residents and US$40.00 for Non-Jamaicans must be paid at the Accounts department before the collection of application forms or upon submission of application forms downloaded from the website. All downloaded application forms and proof of qualifications must be submitted to an Admissions Representative along with the receipt of payment. Submitting certified documentary evidence *Copies of academic, birth and marriage certificates must be submitted along with the completed application form. Passport & Drivers Licence may also be submitted. These copies must be certified and stamped only by a Minister of Religion, Justice of the Peace, Attorney-at-Law or Medical Practioner. ORIGINAL DOCUMENTS SHOULD ONLY BE SUBMITTED UPON REQUEST BY THE UNIVERSITY. Documents that have been tampered with will not be accepted and the applicant will forfeit chances of admissions to the University. Applications and supporting documents must be returned to the Office of Admissions & Enrolment Management at 237 Old Hope Road, Kingston 6 or at our Western Campus, 17 Dome Street, Montego Bay, by 4:00 pm on the deadline. Transcripts from other tertiary institutions must also be submitted by the closing date for receipt of applications. Forms not properly completed, without proof of processing fee or without supporting documentation will not be processed ADMISSIONS PROCEDURES 1. Read the Summary of Graduate Courses of Study to identify your course of study. 2. Click on “Apply Online”. 3. Click on “Start a new application”. 4. Complete all four (4) sections and submit your application on-line. 5. Print Application Summary Page. 6. Supporting documents should be emailed to the Office of Admissions and Enrolment Management at appl icat iondocuments@utech.edu. jm but must be sent/taken in with the confirmation page, no later than May 31, 2023 for August 2023 start and no longer than August 31, 2023 for January 2024 start. The application process is not complete until all the supporting documents are submitted to UTech, Jamaica APPLY ONLINE www.utechjamaica.edu.jm 1

GRADUATE APPLICANT CHECKLIST WHAT HAPPENS AFTER APPLICATION IS SUBMITTED? MATRICULATION VIA PRIOR LEARNING ASSESSMENT • Application Form (manual or online) • Certified copy of Birth Certificate and Marriage Certificate if applicable • Two (2) Recommendations for admission forms in sealed envelopes • C ertified copies of certificates/degrees • Official Transcript of studies • Copy of TRN card (Passport for foreign nationals) • Outline of proposed research (for research courses) • Statement of purpose – 250 words (for taught courses) Once you have completed and submitted your application form along with supporting documents, the Office of Admissions & Enrolment Management will send you an acknowledgement letter advising you that we have received your application and it is being processed. Depending on the course of study, you may be invited to attend an interview. This will vary depending on the course of study. If you are currently taking examinations, you may receive an offer conditional upon obtaining specific results. For Graduate Courses of Study The applicant seeking admission to a taught graduate course of study, but who does not meet the formal matriculation requirements stipulated by the University, may qualify for admission by developing and submitting a satisfactory academic portfolio. S/he must hold at least professional certification*, a Diploma, an Associate Degree or a Bachelor’s Degree with a GPA below the required score from an accredited/recognized institution PLUS at least five (5) years of relevant experience. For further information please contact the Prior Learning Assessment (PLA) Unit, Academic Affairs Division, UTech, Ja. at 927-1680-8 ext. 3394 or email sandy.lawrence@utech.edu.jm. *Conditions apply OFFICE OF ADMISSIONS & ENROLMENT MANAGEMENT University of Technology, Jamaica 237 Old Hope Road, Kingston 6. (876) 927-1680-8 email: admissions@utech.edu.jm OR INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS’ OFFICE University of Technology, Jamaica 237 Old Hope Road, Kingston 6 Tel.: (876) 927-1680-8, exts. 2194/2179 Fax: (876) 970-1058, (876) 977-2675 email: jsinclair@utech.edu.jm or internationalstudents@utech.edu.jm FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: UUNDER-SUBSCRIBED COURSE OF STUDY The delivery of any course of study is dependent on a specific number of students registering at the commencement of the academic year. The University reserves the right to decide which courses of study are offered. For those that have to be cancelled, fees will be refunded in full. APPLICANTS SHOULD SUBMIT EITHER AN ONLINE APPLICATION OR A PAPER APPLICATION. DO NOT SUBMIT BOTH 2

FEES Fees for taught graduate courses are calculated on a fixed fee or per credit basis. However, the University reserves the right to change fees and credits at any time and any quote given in the brochure is based on existing conditions, which may change and affect the cost of a course of study. Prospective students should therefore clarify the fees before making any final financial arrangement. The fees quoted in this brochure are the existing fees “per school/department” for the Academic Year 2022/2023 (August 2022 – July 2023). Fees for theAcademic year 2023/2024 will not be available until May 2023. In the interim, the existing cost quoted in booklet can form the basis for projecting the upcoming fees by adding an additional 10% increase on the existing fixed fees or per credit rates. Students’ Union Dues Student Welfare Fund Health Fee Jam Copy Tariff Registration Total $2,500 $3,000 $18,000 $2,200 $3,000 $28,700 Students’ Union Dues Student Welfare Fund Health Fee Jam Copy Tariff Personal Accident Insurance Registration International Fee Total US$35 US$20 US$130 US$20 US$10 US$45 US$15 US$275 Other ancillary charges for Academic year 2022/2023 Jamaican Student Charges International Student Charges 3 MPhil Fees US$ Tuition Fee per Course Assessment Fee before defence Students Union Dues per Academic Year Welfare per Academic Year Health per Academic Year Personal Accident insurance per Academic Year Jam Copy Tariff Registration per occasion 9,180 360 35 20 130 10 20 45 PHD Fees US$ Tuition Fee per Course Assessment Fee before defence Students Union Dues per Academic Year Welfare per Academic Year Health per Academic Year Personal Accident insurance per Academic Year Jam Copy Tariff Registration per occasion 27,000 35 20 130 10 20 45

Course of Study and Code Prescribed Duration (Years) Cost per Course of Study 2022/23 Graduate Entry Requirements 2023/2024 Career Opportunities (This list is not exhaustive) DISCLAIMER: The amounts quoted for fees in this brochure are the existing fees “per school/department” for the Academic Year 2022/2023 and are subject to changes based on variation in the number of credits assigned to the course of study and the cost per credit at the time of delivery (see page 3 for details) COLLEGE OF BUSINESS AND MANAGEMENT School of Advanced Management GRADUATE DEGREE: Doctor of Business Administration (DBA) with concentration in one of the following: - Accounting (PDBACCOPTU1A) - Finance (PDBFINAPTU1A) - Management (PDBMANAPTU1A) - Hospitality and Tourism Management (PDBHOTMPTU1A) GRADUATE DEGREE: Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Business Administration with concentration in one of the following: - Accounting (PPHACCOPTU1A) - Finance (PPHFINAPTU1A) GRADUATE DEGREE: Master in Business Administration (MBA) with a Major in one of the following: - Entrepreneurship (PMBENTRPTU1) - Finance (PMBFINAPTU1) - General Management (PMBMANAPTU1) - Hospitality and Tourism Management (PMBHOTOPTU1) - Marketing (PMBMARKPTU1) - Agripreneurship (PMBAGPRPTU1) GRADUATE DEGREE: Master of Science (MSc) in Finance Specializations: - Investment (PMSFIINPTU1) - International Banking (PMSFIIBPTU1) Matriculants are expected to be holders of a graduate degree (MBA, MSc, MA) or equivalent with a GPA of 3.0 and above. Matriculants are expected to be holders of a graduate degree (MBA, MSc, MA) or equivalent with a GPA of 3.0 and above. Matriculants are normally expected to be holders of an undergraduate degree with a minimum GPA of 2.70 or equivalent in Business or other related fields. NOTE: Offered in Kingston & Montego Bay If you do not meet regular matriculation requirements, eligibility may be determined by Prior Learning Assessment (PLA). Matriculants are normally expected to be holders of an undergraduate degree with a GPA of 2.70 or equivalent in Business or other related fields. If you do not meet regular matriculation requirements, eligibility may be determined by Prior Learning Assessment (PLA) Manager in the different specialization, General Manager, Chief Executive Officer Manager in the different specialization, General Manager, Chief Executive Officer Manager/Officer in the different specialization, Research Analyst, Consultant, Entrepreneur Manager/Officer in the different specialization, Securities Analyst, Consultant, Entrepreneur 4 1 18mths 18mths JA$6,234,010 or US$42,500 JA$6,205,310 or US$42,225 JA$1,938,990 or US$13,280 JA$1,938,990 or US$13,280 4

COLLEGE OF HEALTH SCIENCES School of Allied Health and Wellness GRADUATE DEGREE: (PMSHEADFTU1) Master of Science (MHA) in Health Administration GRADUATE DEGREE: (PMSPUHUPTU1A) Master of Science in Public Health Nutrition POST -GRADUATE DIPLOMA: (PDPDINUFTU1) Postgraduate Diploma in Dietetics and Nutrition 18 mths 18 mths 1 JA$2,636,640 or US$18,000 JA$1,426,130 or US$13,390 JA$589,700 or US$5,375 Matriculants are expected to be holders of an undergraduate degree with a GPA of 2.70 or equivalent in a Health discipline, Business or other related fields. Other professional certification may be considered on a case-bycase basis including the Prior Learning Assessment route (the development of a portfolio for evaluation of entry is required). The minimum entry requirement is a Bachelor degree in the Natural and Applied Sciences, Health Sciences or other related disciplines from an accredited institution. Applicants must have a minimum GPA of 2.7 or equivalent. Other professional certification may be considered on a case-bycase basis including the Prior Learning Assessment route (the development of a portfolio for evaluation of entry is required). Completion of a BSc Dietetics and Nutrition or equivalent from an accredited institution. Health Professionals, Healthcare Executives/ Managers, Health Administrators Public Health Nutritionist, Nutrition Educator, Community Nutritionist, Research nutritionist, Food Policy Analyst, Nutritional Epidemiologist, Food Security Specialist Registered Dietitian, Foodservice Operations, and Corporate Wellness programmes. Positions in Food and Nutrition related Business and Industries, Private Practice, Public Health, Research and Teaching 5 Course of Study and Code Prescribed Duration (Years) Cost per Course of Study 2022/23 Graduate Entry Requirements 2023/2024 Career Opportunities (This list is not exhaustive) DISCLAIMER: The amounts quoted for fees in this brochure are the existing fees “per school/department” for the Academic Year 2022/2023 and are subject to changes based on variation in the number of credits assigned to the course of study and the cost per credit at the time of delivery (see page 3 for details)

COLLEGE OF HEALTH SCIENCES Caribbean School of Nursing GRADUATE DEGREE: (PMSNUANFTU1) Master of Science for Nurse Anaesthesia (MNA) GRADUATE DEGREE: Post Diploma in Trauma Studies and Integrative Counselling (PPGTSICPTU1A) Master of Science in Trauma Studies and Integrative Counselling (PMSTSICPTU1A) 3 18 mths 24 mths JA$3,013,540 or US$20,550 JA$1,453,250 or US$10,300 JA$1,841,730 or US$14,776 Minimum requirement GPA of 2.7 or its equivalent. Must be a Registered Nurse with at least five (5) years working experience. Midwifery qualification is optional. Registered Nurses without midwifery qualification will be required to complete twelve (12) weeks rotation in maternity units prior to admission. Must have a minimum of one (1) year operating theatre experience Critical Care nursing experience would be an asset. Minimum requirement may be determined by Prior Learning Assessment Applicants should have a first degree with at least 2.7 GPA or its equivalent. Applicants with a first degree should have prerequisite modules in Introduction to Psychology and one of the following: Abnormal Psychology, Social Psychology or Health Psychology. Applicants with years of practice providing trauma related support may be considered by Prior Learning Assessment (PLA) determined by the University Applicants should demonstrate awareness of emotional and mental well-being, motivation for study and emotional maturity. Other professional certification may be considered on a case-bycase basis including the Prior Learning Assessment route (the development of a portfolio for evaluation of entry is required.) Nurse Anaesthetist Designed for senior nurses who have completed the general nursing and midwifery education programmes and hold current licensure as registered nurses, registered midwives, and the accrual of professional nursing experiences in an acute care setting for a minimum of three years. Graduates will be prepared for work in private practice and organizations where various types of Counselling with an emphasis in Trauma are required. Course of Study and Code Prescribed Duration (Years) Cost per Course of Study 2022/23 Graduate Entry Requirements 2023/2024 Career Opportunities (This list is not exhaustive) DISCLAIMER: The amounts quoted for fees in this brochure are the existing fees “per school/department” for the Academic Year 2022/2023 and are subject to changes based on variation in the number of credits assigned to the course of study and the cost per credit at the time of delivery (see page 3 for details) 2 years in classroom 6

COLLEGE OF HEALTH SCIENCES School of Pharmacy JOINT COLLEGES OF MEDICINE, ORAL HEALTH & VETERINARY SCIENCES College of Oral Health Sciences School of Public Health and Health Technology GRADUATE DEGREE: (PMPPHAMPTU1) Master/Doctor of Philosophy (MPhil/PhD) in Pharmaceutics Specializations: Pharmaceutics or Pharmaceutical Technology GRADUATE DEGREE: (PPHPHARPTU1) Post Baccalaurette Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm D.) 2 3 3 calender year JA$1,332,980 or US$9,180 JA$4,575,740 or US$31,200 A Bachelor in Pharmacy, Pharmaceutics, Pharmaceutical Technology, Chemistry or Biochemistry from an accredited institution.­ Applicants without Pharmacy, Pharmaceutics or Pharmaceutical Technology background will be required to complete the Pharmaceutics theory module or equivalent. Applicants should have a Bachelor in Pharmacy (B.Pharm) with minimum GPA of 2.7 or equivalent from an accredited institution. For applicants who do not meet the matriculation requirements, Other professional certification may be considered on a case-by-case basis including the Prior Learning Assessment route (the development of a portfolio for evaluation of entry is required). Applicants should have at least one year experience as a practicing Pharmacist and Clinical experience from a recognized institution (Except for #2) Special Entry Bachelor of Pharmacy graduate with a GPA of 3.0 or higher Senior Position/Research and development in the pharmaceutical and nutraceutical industry as well as academia. Community Pharmacist, Hospital Pharmacist, Clinical Pharmacist, Research- Industry, Academia, Distributive, Administration, Regulatory & Clinical Consultancy. GRADUATE DEGREE: (PMSDETHFTU1A) Master in Dental Therapy Graduate Degree: (PMHPUHEFTU1) Two Options: Master in Public Health General Degree Or Master in Public Health with specialization in: • Reproductive Health • Environmental Health • Dental Public Health • Health Education • Public Health Governance 2 yrs 2 years JA$1,751,400 or US$15,110 JA$1,757,190 or US$12,050 Bachelor of Science degree in Dental Hygiene Applicants who have relevant experience; evidence of having completed a programme in Dental nursing with a minimum of two years of study and shall have been practising for a minimum three years, and present written notarized proof of such portfolios would be eligible for entry upon review on a case by case basis. Candidates with other types of academic qualifications will be evaluated in accordance with the University’s regulations governing academic equivalence. At least a second class honours degree in Pharmacy, Nursing, Dietetics and Nutrition,Environmental Health, Child Care and Development, Medical Technology and other Health Sciences and Allied Health. Graduates of accredited degree programmes. Applicants with a pass degree would be required to complete qualifying modules. Prior Learning Assessment route of entry - applicants who have pertinent experience and present such portfolios would be eligible for entry upon review on a case basis. Graduates will be eligible to register and practice as Dental Therapists in a range of clinical settings.Graduates will have the opportunity to work as clinical teachers in the tertiary sector, in research and in oral health administration. Researchers, Educators, Practice in the HealthScience Profession as: Nutritionist, Pharmacist, Environmental Health Course of Study and Code Prescribed Duration (Years) Cost per Course of Study 2022/23 Graduate Entry Requirements 2023/2024 Career Opportunities (This list is not exhaustive) DISCLAIMER: The amounts quoted for fees in this brochure are the existing fees “per school/department” for the Academic Year 2022/2023 and are subject to changes based on variation in the number of credits assigned to the course of study and the cost per credit at the time of delivery (see page 3 for details) 7 4 months of externship included 1 2

FACULTY OF EDUCATION AND LIBERAL STUDIES School of Technical and Vocational Education GRADUATE DEGREE: Master of Philosophy (MPhil) in Career & Technical Education - Business and Information Technology (PMPCTBIFTU1) - Family and Consumer Studies (PMPCTFCFTU1) - Industrial Technology (PMPCTITFTU1) Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Career & Technical Education - Business and Information Technology (PPHCTBIPEU1) - Family and Consumer Studies (PMPCTFCFTU1) - Industrial Technology (PPHCTITPTU1) 2 2 4/5 2 2 2 2 summers JA$930,250 or US$10,000 JA$930,250 or US$10,000 JA$2,783,500 or US$19,375 JA$930,250 or US$10,000 JA$1,106,800 or US$10,000 JA$1,106,800 or US$10,000 JA$595,300 or US$15,610 All applicants for the M.Phil/Ph.D degree in Career & Technical Education are expected to have at least a Bachelor’s degree with first class or upper second class honours, or its equivalent (at least 3.0 CGPA) in the related career, technical, vocational education, industrial arts, or any related occupational education disciplines obtained from an accredited university or institution. Individuals are required to submit transcripts and satisfy an interview. All applicants for the PhD in Educational Leadership and Management course of study should possess a graduate degree (MEd. MA, MBA, MSc.) or its equivalent (at least 3.0 GPA) in education or a related field obtained from an accredited institution. Applicants are required to submit transcripts and satisfy an interview. Applicants should have a Bachelor’s degree in the related career & technical education, vocational education, industrial arts or any related occupational education disciplines obtained from an accredited university or institution. They should possess a minimum GPA of 2.7. Preference will be given to applicants working in educational institutions, industrial training agencies business and commercial enterprises. Individuals are required to submit transcripts and satisfy an interview. 1st Degree (Minimum GPA of 2.7 or Lower Second Class Honours). Individuals are required to submit transcripts and satisfy an interview 1st Degree (Minimum GPA of 2.7 or Lower Second Class Honours). Individuals should be working in an educational or training institution or agency and have at least two years’ experience in a context that requires them to carry out leadership and management roles. Applicants are required to submit transcripts and satisfy an interview. Applicants should possess at least a first degree or the equivalent from a recognized, accredited institution. They should also possess evidence of being able to provide a teaching timetable to meet Practicum requirement of twelve (12) hours weekly for 12 weeks in an appropriate specialization at the secondary or tertiary level. Principal, Vice Principal, Educational Researcher, Ministry Official, University/College Lecturer, Educational Administrator Principal, Curriculum Evaluator, Ministry Official (Technical Vocational Unit), Senior Teacher, University Lecturer, Career Counsellor Human Resource Manager, Curriculum Developer, Curriculum Evaluator, Adult Educator, Programme Evaluator, Consultant, Trainer, Teacher Principal, Vice Principal, School Administrator, Grade Supervisor, University Lecturer Lecturers, Teacher, Trainers Principal, Curriculum Evaluator, Ministry Official (Technical Vocational Unit), Senior Teacher, University Lecturer, Career Counsellor GRADUATE DEGREE: (PPHEDLMPTU1A) Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Educational Leadership and Management GRADUATE DEGREE: (PMSWOTEPTU1) Master of Science (MSc) Workforce Training and Education GRADUATE DEGREE: (PMEEDLMPFTU1) Master of Education (MEd) Educational Leadership and Management Post-Graduate Diploma: (PDPEDUCSMU1) Postgraduate Diploma in Education (PDE) GRADUATE DEGREE: Master of Science (MSc) in Career & Technical Education - Business and Information Technology (PMPCTBIFTU1A) - Family and Consumer Studies (PMPCTFCFTU1A) - Industrial Technology (PMPCTITFTU1A) Course of Study and Code Prescribed Duration (Years) Cost per Course of Study 2022/23 Graduate Entry Requirements 2023/2024 Career Opportunities (This list is not exhaustive) 8 DISCLAIMER: The amounts quoted for fees in this brochure are the existing fees “per school/department” for the Academic Year 2022/2023 and are subject to changes based on variation in the number of credits assigned to the course of study and the cost per credit at the time of delivery (see page 3 for details)

FACULTY OF ENGINEERING AND COMPUTING School of Computing and Information Technology School of Engineering 6-7 6-7 5-6 5-6 1 ½ 14 mths JA$1,385,570 or US$9,455 JA$1,385,570 or US$9,455 JA$4,019,490 or US$27,275 JA$4,019,490 or US$27,275 JA$1,311,400 or US$8,910 JA$607,400 or US$4,750 JA$1,385,570 or US$9,455 JA$4,019,490 or US$27,275 JA$1,347,320 or US$12,474 Bachelors Degree in Computing with minimum standard second class Honours or equivalent. Candidates will be considered based on the nature and scope of the research proposal submitted along with application forms and availability of supervisor in the research area. Bachelors Degree in Computing with minimum standard second class Honours or equivalent. Candidates will be considered based on the nature and scope of the research proposal submitted along with application forms. Bachelors Degree in IT/IS/Computer Science or other related disciplines with second class Honours or 2.70 GPA from UTech, Ja or other approved institutions and two (2) years working experience. Bachelors Degree in any discipline from a recognized tertiary institution Bachelors Degree in Engineering with minimum standard second class Honours or equivalent. Candidates will be considered based on the nature and scope of the research proposal submitted along with application forms and availability of supervisor in the research area. A BSc or B.Eng. degree in Engineering or other related discipline scoring a minimum GPA of 2.7 from UTech, Jamaica or other approved institutions. A minimum of two (2) years working experience is preferred. Director, Chemical Water Treatment, Chief Chemical Engineer, Researcher, Lecturer, Development Technologist, Production Chemist, Senior Process Equipment, Reliability Manager, Process Engineer, Chemical Engineer, Test Development Engineer, Environmental Engineer, Digital Engineer, Engineering Project Manager, Network Engineer, Computer Engineer, Senior Project Geologist, Chief Mechanical Engineer Director, Chemical Water Treatment, Chief Chemical Engineer, Researcher, Lecturer, Development Technologist, Production Chemist, Senior Process Equipment, Reliability Manager, Process Engineer, Chemical Engineer, Test Development Engineer, Environmental Engineer, Digital Engineer, Engineering Project Manager, Network Engineer, Computer Engineer, Senior Project Geologist, Chief Mechanical Engineer Senior Computer Software Engineers, Computer Science Researcher, Computer Scientist, Computer Science Lecturer, Chief Technology Officer Chief Information Scientist, Chief Information Officer, Information Systems Research, Information Systems Lecturer, VP Information Technology Operations, Strategic Technology Consultant Chief Information Officer, Chief Technical Support, Technical Officer, VP Information Systems, Project Manager GRADUATE DEGREE: (PMPCOSCFT) Master of Philosophy (MPhil) in Computer Science Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Computer Science GRADUATE DEGREE: (PMPINSYPT) Master of Philosophy (MPhil) in Information Systems Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Information Systems GRADUATE DEGREE: (PMSINSMPT) Master of Science in Information Systems Management (MSc ISM) Post-Graduate Diploma:(PDPINCTPTU1A) Information and Communication Technology (ICT) 6-7 5-6 18-24 mths GRADUATE DEGREE: Master of Philosophy (MPhil) in - Chemical Engineering (PMPCHENPT) - Electrical Engineeering (PMPELENPT) - Mechanical Engineering (PMPMEENPT) Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in - Chemical Engineering (PMPCHENPT) - Electrical Engineeering (PMPELENPT) - Mechanical Engineering (PMPMEENPT) GRADUATE DEGREE: (PMSENMAPTU1A) Master of Science (MSc) in Engineering Specializations: - Environmental & Natural Resource Engineering - Sustainable Infrastructure & Development Engineering - Supply Chain & Logistics Engineering - Engineering Management - Telecommunications Engineering - Renewable & Distributed Energy Engineering - Chemical & Themal-Fluid Processes Engineering 9 Course of Study and Code Prescribed Duration (Years) Cost per Course of Study 2022/23 Graduate Entry Requirements 2023/2024 Career Opportunities (This list is not exhaustive) DISCLAIMER: The amounts quoted for fees in this brochure are the existing fees “per school/department” for the Academic Year 2022/2023 and are subject to changes based on variation in the number of credits assigned to the course of study and the cost per credit at the time of delivery (see page 3 for details)

FACULTY OF SCIENCE AND SPORT Caribbean School of Sport Sciences School of Mathematics and Statistics School of Natural and Applied Sciences 24 mths 18 mths 3 2 JA$4,076,890 or US$27,875 JA$1,368,560 or US$9,550 A Bachelor of Science degree, preferably in Physical Education or Sport Science A minimum GPA of 2.86 Candidates with other types of academic qualifications will be evaluated in accordance with the University’s regulation governing academic equivalence. Entry through Prior Learning Assessment is available with experience in the appropriate subject areas. A Masters degree (MPhil. or MSc) in Chemistry A Bachelor of Science degree from UTech, Ja in Applied Science or Science and Education (Chemistry major) of minimum second class honours (GPA of 2.55), or equivalent qualification in Chemistry or a related subject including, but not limited to, Biochemistry, Pharmacy and Chemical Engineering, from a recognised accredited institution. Applicants will be considered based on the nature and scope of the proposed research. Educators at Universities & Colleges, Researchers, Managers in Chemical Industries, Leaders of Analytical & Quality Assurance Teams, Consultants Educators at Universities & Colleges, Researchers, Managers in Chemical Industries, Leaders of Analytical & Quality Assurance Teams, Consultants The minimum requirement is grade point average (GPA) of 2.7 or a lower second class honours degree, or its equivalent. Minimum entry requirements may be determined by prior learning assessment. Within this context, any of the following admissions criteria are required: (i) a first degree with specialization in Mathematics (ii) a first degree with specialization in Mathematics and Education (iii) a first degree in another discipline but would be required to take foundation modules in mathematics and/or education (iv) a first degree in another discipline along with the certificate course in Mathematics offered by Church Teachers’ College Physical Education Instructor, Physical Education Teacher, Physical Education Coach, Sport Administrator, Sport Director, Sport Development Officer, Recreational Programmer, Researcher Mathematics educators up to level 1 in Bachelor’s programmes GRADUATE DEGREE: (PMSPHESSMF1) Master of Science (MSc) in Physical Education and Sport (Programme is offered in collaboration with G.C. Foster College of Physical Education and Sport and delivered at G.C. Foster College of Physical Education and Sport) Note: Applications should be sent to UTech, Jamaica GRADUATE DEGREE: (PMSMATEPTH1) Master of Science (MSc) in Mathematics Teaching in collaboration with Church Teachers’ College GRADUATE DEGREE: Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Chemistry (PPHCHEMFTU1A) (PPHCHEMPTU1A) GRADUATE DEGREE: Master of Philosophy (MPhil) in Chemistry (PMPCHEMFTU1A) (PMPCHEMPTU1A ) DISCLAIMER: The amounts quoted for fees in this brochure are the existing fees “per school/department” for the Academic Year 2022/2023 and are subject to changes based on variation in the number of credits assigned to the course of study and the cost per credit at the time of delivery (see page 3 for details) 10 Ppayable to G.C. Foster College of Physical Education & Sport) plus miscellaneous fee (payable to UTech, Ja Course of Study and Code Prescribed Duration (Years) Cost per Course of Study 2022/23 Graduate Entry Requirements 2023/2024 Career Opportunities (This list is not exhaustive) Payable to Church Teachers’ College plus miscellaneous fees payable to UTech, Ja

FACULTY OF THE BUILT ENVIRONMENT Caribbean School of Architecture School of Building and Land Management (1)J$5,213,300 or US$38,180 (2) $3,938,300 or US$28,841 (3) J$2,889,900 or US$21,150 For research degrees, a first class or second-class honours degree, or equivalent qualification 1. Enter MPhilBE + PhDBE at Year-1 of study --if holding an undergraduate/Bachelor’s degree in the built environment. 2. Enter for MPhilBE+ PhDBE at Year-2 of study omitting Year-1 --if already graduated with a taught Masters or equivalent degree in the built environment and holding a thesis in the Specialisation Area of choice. Candidates must satisfy the required six (6) credits of research methodology prior to completing MPhilBE Year-2. 3. Enter for PhDBE at Year-3 of study omitting the MPhilBE-Year-1 and MPhilBE- Year-2 --if holding a MPhil or equivalent degree in the built environment in the Specialisation Area of choice, from UTech, Ja. or elsewhere. NB: Architecture specialisation entry must hold architecture bachelor or masters degrees of either RIBA parts 1 and, or 2 or equivalent) These research degrees open up a massive range of possibilities for graduates who will be researchers and innovators in built environment disciplines. Graduates will be able to fulfil career paths locally, regionally and internationally in areas related to designed man-made structures, features and facilities viewed collectively as an environment in which people live and work. These they will be able to do in ways that balance and harmonize with the natural world for sustainability of the earth’s ecosystem . 4 3 2 GRADUATE DEGREE: Master of Philosophy in Built Environment /Doctor of Philosophy in Built Environment (MPhilBE/PhDBE) Specialisation Areas, and listed alphabetically comprise: - Architecture (PPHBEARFTU) - Construction Technology and Management (PPHBECMFTU) - Environmental Sustainability and Climate Change (PPHBEESFTU) - Geomatics and Geoinformatics (PPHBEGGFTU) - Urban and Rural Land Management (PPHBEURFTU) 2 2 20 mths JA$1,115,160 or US$26,130 JA$992,400 or US$13,000 JA$1,817,400 or Caricom US$21,550 or Extra-Caricom US$21,300 Bachelor of Arts in Architectural Studies (Minimum Lower Second Class Hons.) or equivalent PLUS portfolio and interview. Undergraduate degree with a GPA of 2.75 (lower second class honours) or above in a relevant area. Interview required. Interview dates: February to March for early applicants; May to June for regular applicants. Bachelor’s degree with a GPA of at least 2.7 in one of the following disciplines:(a) Built Environment or (b)Engineering or (c) Natural Sciences or related disciplines,OR An undergraduate degree in any other discipline plus (three years) relevant work experience in a related energy or climate change field,OR Candidates with significant work experience (five years or more); at a management level in the built environment, engineering or energy sectors; disaster preparedness and mitigation, or environmental management will also be considered, subject to prior learning assessment and an interview to determine aptitude for graduate level work. All applicants will be interviewed Registered Architect, Urban Designer, Interior Architect, Landscape Architecture, Real Estate Development, Construction Project Manager, Architectural Visualizer, Lecturer, Architectural Critic Built Environment Specialist, Urban Design Specialist, Construction Manager, Contractor, Property Manager, Property Assessor, Project Manager, Educator, GIS Analyst, Land Surveyor, Land Manager, Planner, Public Policy Analyst, Urban Planner, Environmental Resource Manager Policy development and analysis specializing in Energy and Climate Change, Energy demand forecasting and low carbon development, Energy Management, Renewable Energy developers, Climate Change Specialists, Disaster risk managers, Sustainable urban planners and developers, Sustainable Transportation Planners, Green business entrepreneurs GRADUATE DEGREE: (PMRARCHFTU1) Master of Architecture (MArch) GRADUATE DEGREE: Master of Science (MSc) in Built Environment Specializations: - Geomatics/Geographic Information Sciences (PMSGEOMFTU1) - Urban Design (PMSURDEFTU1) - Construction Management (PMSCOMAFTU1) - Land Management (PMSLAMAFTU1) GRADUATE DEGREE: (PMSSECCFTU1) Master of Science (MSc) in Sustainable Energy and Climate Change in collaboration with Caribbean Sustainable Energy and Innovation Institute (CSEII) 11 Course of Study and Code Prescribed Duration (Years) Cost per Course of Study 2022/23 Graduate Entry Requirements 2023/2024 Career Opportunities (This list is not exhaustive)

School of Building and Land Management HIGHER DEGREES BY RESEARCH The University offers the opportunity for individuals to pursue higher degrees by research based on specific interests. Research degrees are designed to foster explicit links between research and professional practice and development. A framework is provided where specific taught elements appropriate to graduate study are combined with a substantial piece of original research. Research students will be given the opportunity to work with individuals who are at the forefront in research in their field of interest. For further information or an informal discussion of research opportunities available in a particular subject area please contact the: School of Graduate Studies, Research and Entrepreneurship (SGSRE) University of Technology, Jamaica 237 Old Hope Road, Kingston 6, Jamaica Tel: (876) 927-1680-8 exts: 3139 / 3209 Fax: (876) 970-3149 during the hours of 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m., Monday - Friday Email: sgsre@utech.edu.jm 18 mths JA$1,562,200 or US$10,702 A Bachelor’s degree with GPA of at least 2.7 OR Prior Learning Assessment for candidates with significant work experience (five years or more); at a management level in a rural sector, Local and central Government and private sector. Rural Development Specialist, Rural Project Managers, GIS Specialist, Rural Infrastructure Development Planner, Agro-Processing and Standardization Specialist, Rural Settlement Planning and Development Officer, Rural Entrepreneur, Lecturer, Policy Analyst, Climate Change Specialist, Disaster Risk Manager, Sustainable Development Planner GRADUATE DEGREE: Master of Science (MSc) in Integrated Rural Development Course of Study and Code Prescribed Duration (Years) Cost per Course of Study 2022/23 Graduate Entry Requirements 2023/2024 Career Opportunities (This list is not exhaustive) 12

University of Technology, Jamaica ABOUT UTECH, JA HISTORY The University of Technology, Jamaica (UTech, Ja.) dates its beginning from 1958, originally as the Jamaica Institute of Technology. In 1959 the name of the institution was changed to the College ofArts, Science andTechnology and it became incorporated in the College of Arts, Science and Technology (CAST) Scheme of 1959. This was validated by an ACT of Parliament in 1964. In 1986, the CAST Scheme was revised in order to make the College a degree-granting institution, and the College became legally empowered to conduct affairs under a governing Council and Academic Board. The institution was formally accorded University status on September 1, 1995 as the University of Technology, Jamaica. The University of Technology, Jamaica Act 27-1999, which makes permanent provisions for the establishment of the University of Technology, Jamaica was approved by Parliament on June 8, 1999 and signed into law by the Governor General on June 19, 1999. The history of the institution is intimately connected with the social and economic development of Jamaica. From just over 50 students and four programmes in 1958, UTech, Ja has grown to become Jamaica’s premier national institution with a student population of over 12,000. It now offers more than 90 programmes at the certificate, diploma and degree levels through its five faculties and three colleges. The University has further expanded access to its programme offerings to meet the demands of business and industry by establishing campuses and satellite locations across Jamaica. In addition, several programmes are franchised through links with community colleges, and most programmes are linked to national and international professional organisations. Syllabuses are modeled on the English polytechnic system, with emphasis on flexibility of approach work-based learning and professional linkages afforded through co-operative work based programmes. Flexibility in the University’s academic programmes is reflected in the various modes of course delivery, which include the establishment of a Semesterised mode of delivery introduced in academic year 1999/2000 and further adjusted and piloted in 20092010. The academic year was restructured into three academic sessions and all courses of study modularized. Several credit and non credit courses are offered during the Summer Session from mid-May to August. MISSION STATEMENT To positively impact Jamaica and the wider Caribbean through high quality learning opportunities, research and value-added solutions to government, industry and communities.

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