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UTT

education for employment,


entrepreneurship and
economic development

Undergraduate
PROSPECTUS 2013
BACHELORS programmes

UTT the NATIONAL University of Trinidad and Tobago with International Reach...
preparing a new generation of scholars to be future global leaders

Table of Contents
Vision of UTT

Mission of UTT

Welcome from the Provost

Key Academic Heads 

Reasons to Apply to UTT

Profile of UTT

Studying at UTT- Accreditation


Specialised Accreditation

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UTTs ACCREDITATION INITIATIVES

Registry10
MISSION10
FUNCTIONS OF THE REGISTRY
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THE REGISTRY UNITS
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STUDENT RECRUITMENT
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ADMISSIONS 
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STUDENT RECORDS 
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EXAMINATIONS UNIT 
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Student Support Services

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STUDENT DEVELOPMENT UNIT 


STUDENT COUNSELLING SERVICES
UTT STUDENT GUILD
STUDENT ORGANISATIONS AND CLUBS
HOUSING AND RESIDENCE LIFE
SPIRITUAL FORMATION/CHAPLAINCY 
SPORTS AND RECREATION
INTER CAMPUS LINKS/STUDENT TRANSPORTATION
STUDENT SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY
STUDENT DISABILITY SERVICES

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Career Development Unit

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Cooperative Education

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An Integrated Approach To Learning 18


Library Facilities at UTT

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Fees and Other Costs

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Bachelor programmes
Plant Animal Biotechnology

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Animal Science and Technology

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Food Science and Technology

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Crop Science and Technology 

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Sport Studies

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Bachelor of Science Programme


Bachelor of Science Programme
Bachelor of Science Programme
Bachelor of Science Programme
Bachelor of Science Programme

Education28

Bachelor of Education Programme

Fashion Design

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Performing Arts

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Computer Engineering 

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Biomedical Engineering

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Civil Engineering Systems

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Bachelor of Fine Arts Programme


Bachelor of Fine Arts Programme
Bachelor of Applied Science Programme
Bachelor of Applied Science Programme
Bachelor of Applied Science Programme
B.A.Sc.- M.Eng. in Civil Engineering Systems with Structural Engineering
B.A.Sc. - Civil Engineering Systems with Environmental Engineering
B.A.Sc.- Civil Engineering Systems with Construction Engineering and Management

Manufacturing and Design Engineering 

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Utilities Engineering

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Process Engineering 

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Petroleum Engineering

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BACHELOR OF APPLIED SCIENCE Programme


Bachelor of Applied Science Programme
Bachelor of Applied Science Programme
Bachelor of Applied Science Programme

vision
mission
Vision of UTT

The vision of UTT is to be the National Institution of higher learning and research for
socioeconomic and technological development that:

a. Inculcates in the graduates a set of overarching skills - metaskills - that help them navigate
the new and emerging technologies in the national and global contexts, and
b. Through its R & D activities, brings and keeps Trinidad and Tobago in the vanguard of
engineering and technology in niche areas of key importance, such as natural gas is to the
nation.

Mission of UTT

To be an entrepreneurial university designed to discover and develop entrepreneurs,


commercialise research and development and spawn companies for wealth generation
and sustainable job creation towards the equitable enhancement of the quality of life of
all individuals, families and communities of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago and the
Caribbean.

Welcome from the Provost

Welcome
from the Provost

As Provost of UTT, the National Institution of higher learning, I am delighted to


introduce you to the new 2013 Prospectus. The mandate for all tertiary education is
to advance the intellectual, analytical and communication skills of students and to
prepare them for the challenges of a diverse and global society. In that sense, UTT is
particularly singular since, as a resource for nation-building, the University is quite
simply an agent of change which elicits social, economic and cultural change via our
research and academic agenda.
UTT is unique in its approach and offers new and differing avenues to students in
their pursuit of relevant tertiary education. The University offers excellent placement
opportunities as bridging points between the University and the wider industry. UTTs
programmes have been developed with the assistance of Advisory Councils comprising
expert practitioners in their respective fields. Upon graduation you, the student, will
be equipped to make the best possible contribution to your country, the region and the
world.
Given the recognition and respect for UTT programmes already gained in international
academic circles, it is expected that the product of a UTT-education will be a
disciplined and creative entrepreneur whose innovations will be the major catalyst for
the full blossoming of the productive force of the nation. As you consider signing on for
one of our many innovative programmes, we pledge our support and offer you the best
possible facilities as to encourage learning at one of many campuses.
I welcome you to The University of Trinidad and Tobago (UTT) and wish you much
success in your studies.

Dr. Fazal Ali

Entrepreneurial
University

Key Academics:

Industry-relevant
degrees

Reasons to Apply to UTT

Professor Krishna Athre


Work-ready
graduates

Professor Paul Blair


Professor Hollis Liverpool
Professor Ewen McLean

Easier Access
to Employment
opportunities
through Career
Development

Programme
content with
input from
industry

Cooperative job
placement

Professor Prakash Persad


Professor Winston Suite
Dr. Marian Watson
Dr. Rodney Rambally

Problem-based
learning

Academic Quality
AssuranceAccredited by ACTT
in December 2010.

Scholarship
opportunities in
Sports Studies

Industry-experienced
national and
international
professors

Modern and
equipped
laboratories

Individual
and academic
counselling

Extracurricular
activities

Music, dance,
games etc.

Diversity of
programme
options

Multi-campus
access

Dr. Puran Bridgemohan


Mr. Ian Ramdhanie
Mr. Benny Gomes
Ms. Sandra Carr
Ms. Lisa Sinanan

Student health
services

Seamless transition
in tertiary studies
from diplomas to
degrees

Experienced
and committed
instructors

Social and
academic
enrichment

Gate-approved
programmes

Opportunities
to serve the
community through
the Student Social
Responsibility &
Volunteer Centre

Profile of UTT

UTTs ACCREDITATION INITIATIVES

www.u.tt

The University of Trinidad and Tobago (UTT) is an entrepreneurial-based, dynamic


and student-oriented institution providing a broad spectrum of high-quality, careeroriented diploma, bachelors, masters and doctoral programmes, in areas ranging
from Science and Technology to Education and the Arts. UTT, the National University
of Trinidad and Tobago, was established in 2004 with a mandate to educate and train
nationals, and today, the University has become a fast-growing community of scholars
which now serves a culturally diverse population of students in technical and other
programme areas, ably guided by internationally respected professors.
The rationale for UTTs existence stemmed from a need to expand the capacity and
access to tertiary education as well as to meet the national requirements for workready graduates who were aligned to industry expectations. Since its first graduation
ceremony in 2006, the University has graduated more than three thousand (3000)
nationals. The University offers more than fifty (50) programmes available at the
Undergraduate and Postgraduate levels which exposes persons to diverse educational
opportunities.

UTT currently has ten (10) campus locations throughout Trinidad, nine (9) of which are
Teaching campuses. The University also maintains a presence in Tobago at the Tobago
Technology Centre where the Bachelor of Education programme is delivered.
To learn more, visit: www.u.tt

Studying at UTT- Accreditation


Accreditation in its truest sense refers to
quality, and the quality that accreditation
offers speaks to three major areas:
Competence (assessing the skills and
training given to students), Opportunity
(preparing the students to seize
opportunities in the world of work) and
Portability (ensuring that the students
qualifications can be recognised outside of
Trinidad and Tobago).
All UTT programmes are accredited
as the university received institutional
accreditation in December 2011 for
a period of seven (7) years by The
Accreditation Council of Trinidad and
Tobago (ACTT). Programme accreditation
or specialised accreditation is driven by
the need to be licensed to operate in a
specific profession. Programmes such
as Medicine, Law and Engineering need
specialised accreditation for the regulatory
bodies to accept one into practice in those
professions due to the potential impact
on public health and safety. Accreditation
for other programmes gives an additional
value but is not necessary.
UTTs Quality Policy is that UTT will
position itself at the forefront of the
national tertiary education thrust- to
create a productive and resilient workforce
that is committed to innovation and
entrepreneurship and meets the current
and future challenges of the globalised
economy. In this context, UTT is missiondriven, results-oriented and committed to
continuous quality. One can not only expect
quality from The University of Trinidad
and Tobago, but has a right to demand it.
Quality is not something we do; its how we
do everything.

Specialised accreditation
The University of Trinidad and Tobago (UTT) has successfully explored uncharted territory by
becoming the first institution in Trinidad and Tobago, and the Caribbean region, to receive full
Chartered Engineering status by the Energy Institute, UK, for its Master of Engineering (M.Eng.)
in Petroleum Engineering Undergraduate degree.
The M.Eng. degree is awarded to students who complete an extended four-year period
of full-time study, subsequent to successful completion of UTTs Bachelor of Applied
Science (BASc.) degree. Chartered Engineering status ensures that UTTs graduates
have a recognisable, international engineering qualification which adequately
distinguishes and sets them apart.
Specialised programme accreditation has been granted by the following organisations
for UTTs programmes:
Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET), United Kingdom:
Bachelor of Applied Technology (BTECH) in Electrical Engineering
Bachelor of Applied Technology (BTECH) in Mechanical Engineering

Energy Institute (EI), United Kingdom:


Master of Science in Reservoir Engineering
Master of Science in Petroleum Engineering
Bachelor of Applied Science in Petroleum Engineering
Master of Engineering in Petroleum Engineering (Accredited for full Chartered Engineering
status)

Institute of Marine Engineering, Science and Technology (IMarEST), United Kingdom:


Master of Science in Operational Maritime Management
Bachelor of Science in Nautical Science
Diploma in Maritime Operations Engineering Option
Diploma in Maritime Operations Navigation Option

Registry
MISSION
Creation of a superior student experience through the provision of student-centered
customer service in an environment that respects confidentiality, demonstrates
reliability and upholds the academic integrity of the university.

FUNCTIONS OF THE REGISTRY


Currently, there are mini-registries
located on six (6) campuses which
serve nine (9) teaching locations. Each
function of the Registry is headed by an
Assistant Registrar except in the case of
the Student Recruitment function which
is headed by a Manager. Operationally,
the Registry operates in support of the
academic and student support functions
of the university.
The Registry recognises its role in the
fostering of a harmonious learning
environment and as a result, the
promotion and maintenance of close
relationships with all stakeholders.
Registry services play a vital and
pivotal role in bridging the gap between
Administration/Faculty and the Student
Body. The academic and student support
activities constitute the core business of
any tertiary institution with all divisions/
departments established as interrelated
entities to satisfy students needs.

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At UTT, the Registry acts as a clearing


house for information regarding the
university and its programmes as well as
serving as the port of call for persons
wishing to access programmes of the
institution. Responsibilities also include
the tracking of students progress
throughout the student life/cycle
from admission to graduation. While
students will from time to time have
limited interface with other divisions/
departments of the institution, most

activities and communication will be


transacted through some unit of the
Registry.

THE REGISTRY UNITS


The Registry consists of four (4) Units:
Student Recruitment
Admissions
Student Records
Examinations

STUDENT RECRUITMENT
The Student Recruitment Unit supports
the university in its strategic objectives
of student recruitment, and provides
information, advice and support to
queries of potential students and others.
We represent the universally externally,
and organise recruitment activities to
support the admissions process with the
goal of attracting the best students to the
University of Trinidad and Tobago.

ADMISSIONS
The Admissions Team Members are
located throughout the seven (7) Campus
Registries catering to the needs of
students and other stakeholders. The
range of services provided by the Unit
includes:
Provision of information to prospective
and current students
Admission of new students
Registration/Change of registration for
new and returning students

All student letters relevant to students


enrolment/registration status at the
university (e.g. Offer and Acceptance,
Registration, Medical, Embassy etc.)
Processing of Leave of Absence,
Withdrawal, Transfers and Exemptions
Distribution of all student forms and
other correspondence.

STUDENT RECORDS
Student Records is responsible for
managing the records of students at The
University of Trinidad & Tobago (UTT),
which it obtains from other departments
of the university such as Admissions,
Examinations, Student Support and
Career Development and Student
Accounts. For example, this department
receives admissions and registration
information from the Admissions
Office whilst the Examinations Unit
would provide information on students
performances. The officers in this
department have little direct contact with
students or other members of the public.

EXAMINATIONS UNIT
Examinations is primarily responsible for
the administration of final examinations
throughout UTT. All processes of the unit
are designed to maintain the academic
integrity of the university.
The Main functions of the Unit are:
Preparing and posting of examinations
schedules
Printing of all final examinations papers
Securing all examinations papers
Issuing of examinations guidelines
Administering of examinations
Dispatching of examinations papers
Issuing Performance Reports (grades)
Issuing letters of Academic Status

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Student Support Services


The Student Support Services Department is responsible for developing and
implementing programmes and providing services which support and promote student
centred education. Our main goal is to enhance the students University experience
and to assist in the overall holistic development of our students. It is hoped that every
graduate will display effective communication skills, social competence, emotional
balance, good ethics, intellectual growth, and be entrepreneurial, by the end of his/her
programme of study at UTT.
The core functions of Student Support Services are: Student Development, Career
Development and Student Counselling Services.

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STUDENT DEVELOPMENT UNIT

STUDENT COUNSELLING SERVICES

The Student Development Unit (SDU)


has established units on each campus
of The UTT and plays an integral role
in fostering student learning and
engagement; encouraging respect for
diversity; and generally, in assisting
students with their overall development.
The SDU is responsible for a wide crosssection of activities and functions:

The Student Counselling Services


(SCS) provides a comprehensive
range of professional services within
its capabilities that are confidential,
accessible, student-focused, campusbased and collaborative. The SCS
promotes the psychological health and
development of all students as this
contributes to the attainment of their
educational and vocational objectives,
their total-well-being and responsible
community membership. The main
responsibilities of the SCS are:

First Year/New Student Orientation


Student Activity Calendar
Students Welcome Week Activities
Academic/Personal Support and Referrals
Student Policy
Behaviour and Comportment
Student Advocacy/Grievances
Learning Strategies/Student Success
Series
Wellness and Prevention Programmes
Student Guild and Student Clubs/
Organisations
Extra-Curricular Activities
Student Volunteers
Special Events/Cultural and Ethnic
Celebrations
Student Travel including Official Class
Trips and Shuttle Service
Housing and Residence Life
Student Leaders Training and Formation
Activities
Spiritual Formation/Chaplaincy
Student Leisure and Locker Facilities
Graduation Activities

Assessment/Diagnosis
Counselling (Individual/Group)
Instrument Selection/testing
Preventive Education
Consultation
Programme Development (Special Issues)
Crisis Intervention
Case Management
Research
Peer Support Programme

UTT STUDENT GUILD


The UTT Student Guild is the student
government of the University. The UTT
Student Guild promotes the welfare
of students through responsible selfgovernment; regulates modifies and
proposes programs for the cultural,

social and physical well-being of the


student body; and works with the
university administration on policy
issues.

STUDENT ORGANISATIONS AND


CLUBS
Students can choose from some fifty
(50) active student organisations and
clubs, ranging from major-related
organisations/clubs to ethnically
oriented groups. Student organisations
and clubs promote management,

creativity, organisation and leadership


skills. They are formed, governed and
funded under the auspices of the UTT
Student Guild. Guidelines, publicity and
event organisations are coordinated
through the Student Development Unit
(SDU).

HOUSING AND RESIDENCE LIFE


The Student Development Unit (SDU)
provides rental listings and useful
housing tips to off campus students
looking for accommodation near their

campus. The University does not own,


inspect, endorse, or recommend any
specific unit listed with this service. All
information contained in rental listings
is provided by landlords. The University
makes no guarantees or warranties,
either expressed or implied, regarding
the accuracy of the information or
descriptions that are provided relating to
rental properties.
Students interested in housing and
residence life should contact their
campus SDU staff once they have gained
admission to the university.

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INTER CAMPUS LINKS/STUDENT


TRANSPORTATION
The University provides a Shuttle Bus
service for registered students at select
campuses to main transportation
hubs for approved academic and cocurricular events. Coordination of this
service is facilitated through the Student
Development Unit.
All students are expected to display
student identification cards while
accessing the student transportation.

STUDENT SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY


The Student Volunteer Centre (SVC)
uses a three-pronged approach to
provide opportunities for students and
members of the UTT family to participate
in problem solving initiatives and
volunteer activities: Civic Engagement;
Volunteerism; and Service Learning.

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Currently there are only residences


available for students of the Eastern
Caribbean Institute of Agriculture and
Forestry (ECIAF) Campus and the Sports
Scholarship Students at Olera Heights,
San Fernando. Each resident is required
to accept and live by a code of conduct
which values and promotes civility, good
citizenship and productive behaviour.

faith-based organisations such as the


chaplaincies established by the Catholic
and Presbyterian Archdioceses; and
student clubs such as the Hindu Society,
Intervarsity Christian Fellowship and
the Islamic Society. The University
welcomes all religious bodies to engage
the students in understanding religious
values as well as to express their faith.

SPIRITUAL FORMATION/
CHAPLAINCY

SPORTS AND RECREATION

The University facilitates the provision


of pastoral/spiritual support through

The S.U.C.C.E.S.S. Unit (Students,


University Campuses, Communities,
Education and Sport Services) is

responsible for intramural and intercampus sporting activities; recreational


activities for staff; and encouraging
healthy lifestyles in the University
community.
The S.U.C.C.E.S.S Unit seeks to
develop a lifelong interest in sport and
recreation. Its activities include cricket,
football, netball, volleyball, basketball,
table tennis and track and field. at all
participation levels . Students now
have access to gyms on some of the
campuses.

Through the SVC, staff and students


are encouraged to volunteer their skills
and talents to assist those in need, and
to apply their class room learnings and
their expertise to help develop others
and offering themselves as a resource to
the community.
Our activities are wide and varied
and some of the initiatives we have
undertaken include:
Teaching of pan music to children of the
Trinidad and Tobago Autistic Society
Rain water harvesting for a Wildlife
Conservation Centre which receives no
pipe born water and the fabrication of a
primate enclosure for rescued howler
monkeys
Adult literacy tutoring at various
locations in Trinidad and Tobago

Construction of affordable housing in


collaboration with Habitat for Humanity
Trinidad and Tobago
UTT Volunteers for July-August holiday
camps

Students are able to utilise their


classroom skills and knowledge gained
in their various fields of study and play
a hands-on role in various projects
according to their interest areas.
Additionally and importantly, students
have been able to take on team roles and
lead on several volunteer projects based
on their area of expertise, which helps
expand their existing skill set and has
given them a sense of accomplishment
and pride.

STUDENT DISABILITY SERVICES


The University of Trinidad and Tobago
(UTT) is committed to providing equal
and integrated access for students with
disabilities subject to the limitations of the

Universitys resources at the particular


time. The Student Development Unit
(SDU) and Student Counselling Services
(SCS) provide students with the support
and resources to resolve problems arising
from a disability. Any request for an
accommodation will be considered and
evaluated based upon need, international
best practices and the institutions
resource capacity.
Some commonly requested
accommodations for students include:
Liaison with campus departments and
Community Agencies
Handicapped parking permits
Classroom Accommodations
Examination Accommodations
Note Taking Service
Services for Deaf and Hearing-Impaired
Students
Services for Sight-Impaired Students
Resource information and referrals

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Career Development Unit

Cooperative Education
The Career Development Unit (CDU) is
primarily responsible for career services
and alumni relations. The following
main clusters guide its operations:
Professional Development Workshops
which include a Career Orientation
Series, General Career Advisement,
Industry Seminars and a Career
Enhancement Series
Work Attachment/Training which
is applied learning embodied in a
structured programme developed and
supervised by the UTT in collaboration
with one or more employing
organisations in which relevant
productive work is an integral part of a
students academic programme

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Financial Aid - a work/study programme


to assist student who are unable to
finance their education
Graduate Services - graduate/
employment posts, job fairs as well
as administrative coordination of The
University of Trinidad and Tobago Alumni
Association (UTTAA). The UTTAA was
created to raise financial and material
resources for efficient and effective
teaching and learning as well as the
general well-being of students and staff
at UTT.

It is intended that, beyond the University


degree, the future goals of students will
encompass rewarding and satisfying jobs
and/or furthering of their studies.
This focus can be seen in UTTs use of
the Co-op approach in the delivery of
its programmes. The Co-op approach
is a structured educational strategy
that combines institutional learning
with relevant practical experience in the
workplace.

In recent years, the Universitys Career


Development Unit has placed more than
80% of its students in part-time vacation
jobs. Responses from satisfied students
to this industry experience range from,
exciting to extremely relevant to course
theory.

UTT offers excellent placement


opportunities as bridging points between
the University and the wider industry.
Professional Work Attachment places
emphasis on developing students
inter-personal skills, their oral and
written communication and facilitates
the assessment of classroom theory in a
practical work environment.

Furthermore, initiatives such as UTTs


Annual Business Plan competition
foster the Spirit of Entrepreneurship
and Innovation that is central to the
mission and vision of the University,
encouraging participants to develop
business proposals around innovative
products and services for future
commercialisation.

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An Integrated Approach To Learning

A central tenet in the founding vision of UTT is the integration of business and
technology into the Universitys undergraduate and postgraduate programmes. UTT
has focused on a system of integrative instruction whereby multi-disciplinary content,
pedagogy and instructional methodology are core principles for learning.
An integrated programme design at UTT is not merely add-on courses picked from
diverse disciplines. One approach adopted by the University is to integrate instructional
methodologies, such as multi-disciplinary projects, problem-based learning, team
learning and instruction. Case studies, in the context of business and technology,
also provide rich benefits by helping students acquire broadly-based design skills.
UTT has been able to incorporate an integrative approach to learning, due in part to
the easy access of information across academic disciplines. By offering integrative
programmes, the University has and continues to equip its graduates with the right
tools to meet the demands of an ever-evolving society.
Through the Universitys Learning Centre, resources and links to resources, are
provided to allow faculty a more effective grasp on self-education. The Learning Centre
facilitates the preparation of UTTs instructors to teach in a networked world; one that
requires them to be effective in virtual and physical environments.
The Centre provides programmes and services that assist instructors in the design
and delivery of synchronous and asynchronous courses through face-to-face
teaching and distance learning (via video conferencing); hence leveraging educational
technologies to support learning.

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Library Facilities at UTT

UTT Libraries consist of a network of libraries, with one being located at each campus.
The Libraries, through their helpful and courteous staff, provide a wide range of
information resources, services and instruction, in support of the teaching, learning,
research and entrepreneurial activities of the University, as well as the overall holistic
personal development of students and staff.
The resources of each library are specifically geared to the programmes pursued at
the respective campuses. They include both print and electronic resources. These
can be accessed by using UTT Libraries OneSearch Discovery Service facility through
which the entire collection can be searched, or by using the online catalogue for
locating print and multimedia items. These facilities are available via the Libraries
link on the Universitys homepage or at http://u.tt/library.
UTT Libraries are comfortable with a pleasant ambience conducive to study, research
and the development of an enquiring and innovative mind. Seating is provided for
individual as well as group activities. Each library is equipped with a number of
computer workstations with internet access and software to facilitate the research and
study needs of students and staff. While on campus the Libraries resources can be
accessed via these computers or wirelessly through any electronic device with internet
access. These resources can also be accessed from off-campus.

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Fees and Other Costs
UTT programmes are GATE
(Government Assistance for Tuition
Expenses) funded, however, the
following nonrefundable fees apply:

Application Fee of TT$90.00 for


Nationals of Trinidad and Tobago
US$15.00 for applicants from the
CARICOM region
US$25.00 for International applicants
Contact us - www.u.tt

Bachelor

programmes

Plant.Animal Biotechnology
Bachelor of Science Programme

UTT Programme Code

B1260

Duration of Programme

Full Time: 3 years

Programme Credits

120

Programme Leader

Dr. Nicole Ramlachan

Programme Brief
The Bachelor of Science in Plant/Animal Biotechnology programme aims to produce graduates who are:
1. Computer literate, business savvy, entrepreneurial and global in outlook, technologically competent, creative and innovative in thinking;
2. Able to use resources to produce, market, process, and assess products that extend human potential to improve and control the natural
and human made environment of food and agriculture; and
3. Equipped to provide (a)technical support to agricultural practitioners, public and private organisations in food and agriculture and
(b) technical support to agricultural policy, technology transfer, information dissemination, plant production and protection, animal
production and protection, including food and agricultural developmental activities.
The main objectives of Biotechnology in the emerging scientific stream are identification and characterisation of animal breeds, developing
DNA-based diagnostics and genetically engineered vaccines for animals, studying animal genomics and its varied applications and
developing embryo-transfer technology and other such techniques. DNA forensics, molecular diagnostics, cloning, wildlife conservation,
stem-cell research and bio-processing technologies are other import areas under the discipline. It has diverse and widespread applications
in the areas of food quality control, analyses of milk and milk products and other animal products, besides development of disease-free,
pedigreed animal. Animal Biotechnology involves the application of scientific and engineering principles to the processing or production of
materials by animals or aquatic species to provide goods and services.

Entry Requirements

Mature Student Entry

Potential Careers

For the B.Sc. in Biotechnology degree, the


following benchmark entry standards shall
apply:

An applicant who does not satisfy all the


stipulated minimum academic or technical
qualifications for admission to the programme
may be accepted as a Mature Student. He/she
would need to possess the critical elements
of the stipulated qualification and would be
assessed by the UTT Programme Head as
possessing a combination of qualifications
and educational or experiential maturity to
enable him/her to successfully participate in
the Programme.

Career opportunities exist in government


ministries/agencies, universities and private
companies in research and development,
advisory and consultancy positions.

1. Caribbean Advanced Proficiency Examination


CAPE LEVEL I with grades 3 and above in
Biology and Chemistry. Applicants with BOTH
CAPE LEVEL I and II passes in Mathematics,
Physics, Chemistry and Biology would be
eligible for certain exemptions. General
Paper or Communication Studies would be
an asset to applicants. Applicants must also
have attained 5 Ordinary Levels OR CSEC
passes in English, Mathematics, Chemistry,
Biology and another subject.
OR
2. An ECIAF Diploma in: Agriculture, or Animal
Health and Veterinary Public Health, or
Applicants completing the Diploma in Animal
Health, Production and Veterinary Public
Health
OR
3. Other equivalent Qualifications may be also
considered by an appointed committee or
Programme Professor

The potential careers for Biotechnology


graduates include the following:
Lab Technician, Diagnostic Technician,
Plant Breeding, Agriculture, Agricultural
Service Industry, Agronomist, Government
officer, Crop Production, Animal Breeding,
Aquaculture, Public Health, Health Officer,
Horticulturalist, Research Scientist,
Biotechnology, Biotechnology Lab/Research
Assistant, Commercial and Operations
Analyst, Livestock Production, Crop
Management, Environmental Biologist,
Environmental Chemist, Farm Management,
Fisheries Officer, Food Scientist, Food
Technologist, Pharmaceutical Scientist
and Bioinformatics Researcher. Also, many
opportunities exist for graduates to be
Business Entrepreneurs and develop, promote
and produce their own products/inventions.

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Animal Science and Technology


Bachelor of Science Programme

UTT Programme Code

B1220

Duration of Programme

Full Time: 3 years

Programme Credits

120

Programme Leader

Dr. Puran Bridgemohan

Food Science and Technology


Bachelor of Science Programme

B1160

Duration of Programme

1 year

Programme Credits

45

Programme Leader

Dr. Rohanie Maharaj

Programme Brief

Programme Brief

The Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) in Animal Science and Technology programme aims to produce graduates who are:

Food Science is the discipline in which the engineering, biological, and physical sciences are used to study the nature of foods, the causes
of deterioration, the principles underlying food processing, and the improvement of foods for the consuming public. Food Technology is the
application of food science to the selection, preservation, processing, packaging, distribution, and use of safe, nutritious, and wholesome
food. In practice, the terms food science and food technology are often used interchangeably. Discovering new knowledge and new
technologies to develop safe, affordable, nutritious, and enjoyable food products is the goal of food scientists.

1. Computer literate, business savvy, entrepreneurial and global in outlook, technologically competent, creative and innovative in thinking;
2. Aable to use resources to produce, market, process, and assess products that extend human potential to improve and control the natural
and human made environment of food and agriculture; and
3. Equipped to provide (a)technical support to agricultural practitioners, public and private organisations in food and agriculture and
(b) technical support to agricultural policy, technology transfer, information dissemination, plant production and protection, animal
production and protection, including food and agricultural developmental activities.

Entry Requirements

Mature Student Entry

Potential Careers

The following minimum entry standards shall


apply for the B.Sc. degrees in Animal Science
and Technology:

An applicant who does not satisfy all of the


stipulated minimum academic or technical
qualifications for admission to the programme
may be accepted as a Mature Student. He/she
would need to possess the critical elements
of the stipulated qualification and would be
assessed by the UTT Programme Head as
possessing a combination of qualifications
and educational or experiential maturity to
enable him/her to successfully participate in
the Programme.

Career paths include:

1. Caribbean Advanced Proficiency Examination


(CAPE) LEVEL I and II (or equivalent) with
grades 4 or lower in Biology, Chemistry,
Caribbean Studies, and Communication
Studies. Students with passes in only one
of the required science courses may be
accepted and required to take qualifying
courses at the Diploma level.
OR
2. An ECIAF Diploma in:
Agriculture, or
Animal Health and Veterinary Public Health,
or
Animal Health, Production, and Veterinary
Public Health
Ornamental Horticulture
Forestry
OR
3. Other equivalent Qualifications may be also
considered by an appointed committee or
Programme Professor.

Livestock production and the extensive


infrastructure that provides the products
and services required for management,
marketing and processing of livestock and
livestock products
Students receive training in nutrition,
breeding, reproductive physiology, meat
science, dairy products, and the production
and management of livestock.
Graduates can find ready employment in
rewarding careers in the pharmaceutical,
clinical and food-related industries.

The Food Science and Technology programme aims to produce graduates who are:
1. Computer literate, business savvy, entrepreneur spirited, technologically competent, global in outlook, creative and innovative in thinking;
2. Able to use resources to produce, market, process, and assess products that extend human potential to improve and control the natural
and human made environment of food and agriculture; and
are equipped to provide technical support to agricultural practitioners, public and private organisations in food and agriculture technical
support to agricultural policy, technology transfer, information dissemination, plant production and protection, to animal production and
protection, to food and agricultural development requires students.

Entry Requirements

Mature Student Entry

Potential Careers

For the B.Sc. in Food Science and Technology


the following benchmark minimum entry
standards shall apply:

An applicant who does not satisfy all the


stipulated minimum academic or technical
qualifications for admission to the Certificate
in Process Operations programme may be
accepted as a Mature Student. He/she would
need to possess the critical elements of the
stipulated qualification and would be assessed
by The University of Trinidad and Tobago
Programme Coordinator as possessing a
combination of qualifications and educational
or experiential maturity to enable him/her to
successfully participate in the programme.

The Bachelor of Science in Food Science and


Technology is designed to prepare students
for rewarding careers in food and food service
industries.

1. Caribbean Advanced Proficiency Examination


(CAPE) Unit I and II with grades 3 and above
in Biology and Chemistry is the basic entry
requirement. Applicants having both CAPE I
and II OR Advanced level passes in Biology,
Chemistry, Mathematics and Physics may be
eligible for certain exemptions in the basic
sciences.
Applicants must also possess 5 Ordinary
Levels OR CSEC passes in English,
Mathematics, Chemistry, Biology and another
subject.
OR
2. An ECIAF Diploma in:
Agriculture
OR

Note: Applicants will be interviewed before


selection. Applicants will be required to
successfully complete a medical fitness
examination

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UTT Programme Code

3. Other equivalent Qualifications may be also


considered by an appointed committee or
Programme Professor.
Note: Applicants will be interviewed before
selection. Applicants will be required to
successfully complete a medical fitness
examination.

Graduates of the programme will find careers:


Related to food production, management,
processing or distribution as part of
the overall Food Supply Chain in food
corporations and food service industries that
are based locally or internationally. They
can work in a range of technical careers
in the food industry, including research
and development, innovation, product
development, packaging development,
process development, sensory and
consumer science, scientific and regulatory
affairs, quality assurance and food analysis.
Opportunities are also open to graduates to
work with government ministries to ensure a
safe food supply is available to the country.
As teachers, writers or entrepreneurs
managing their own food-based industries.

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Crop Science and Technology


Bachelor of Science Programme

UTT Programme Code

B1180

Duration of Programme

Full Time: 3 years

Programme Credits

120

Programme Leader

Dr. Puran Bridgemohan

Bachelor of Science Programme

UTT Programme Code

B1320

Duration of Programme

Full Time: 3 years

Programme Credits

108

Programme Professor

Prof. Paul Blair

Programme Brief

Programme Brief

The Bachelor of Science in Crop Science and Technology aims to provide Food and Agricultural Industries in Trinidad and Tobago with
highly motivated manpower that is knowledgeable and skilled in the areas of:

The Bachelor in Sport Studies reflects the universitys vision of innovation, entrepreneurship and commitment through research and
development. With an emphasis on connecting the study of sport to the enhancement of performance at all levels of engagement, the
programme offers students a choice of specialisations in one or more of four areas: Exercise Science; Sport Management; Sport for
Development; and Sport Pedagogy. Students can gain the expertise to prepare for new and exciting career paths in sport and its allied
fields. The programme also offers an opportunity to gain expertise in the scientific approach to the preparation of athletes. Additionally,
the programme makes a strong connect between sport and the community, and charts an authentic course for using sport as a tool for
personal and social development.

a.
b.
c.
d.
e.

agronomy and crop protection,


landscaping and horticulture
primary processing and marketing
greenhouse production and management
floriculture and commercial nursery production

It also aims to equip graduates for the PostGraduate and Research programmes in Crop Science and Food Technology while developing
the capacity for research in the areas of Crop Production, processing and protection and also to encourage and develop a new generation of
farm-ready graduates who will engage in entrepreneurial activities.

Entry Requirements

Mature Student Entry

Potential Careers

1. Caribbean Advanced Proficiency Examination


CAPE LEVELS I and II with grade 3 and
above in Biology and Chemistry. Applicants
with Advanced Level OR both CAPE LEVEL I
and CAPE LEVEL II passes in Mathematics,
Physics, Chemistry and Biology would be
eligible for certain exemptions. General
Paper or Communication Studies would be
an asset to applicants. Applicants should also
have attained 5 CSEC OR 5 ORDINARY LEVEL
passes including English, Mathematics,
Chemistry, Biology and another subject.
Agricultural Science is acceptable).

An applicant who does not satisfy all the stipulated


minimum academic or technical qualifications for
admission to the Certificate in Process Operations
programme may be accepted as a Mature
Student. He/she would need to possess the critical
elements of the stipulated qualification and would
be assessed by The University of Trinidad and
Tobago Programme Coordinator as possessing
a combination of qualifications and educational
or experiential maturity to enable him/her to
successfully participate in the programme.

The emphasis in this degree is to allow the


students to pursue sufficient science and
technology based courses that will prepare
them to be farmready graduates

OR
2. ECIAF Diploma in Agriculture, Forestry or
Ornamental Horticulture
OR
3. Other equivalent Qualifications may be also
considered by an appointed committee or
Programme Professor.
Note: Applicants will be interviewed before
selection. Applicants will be required to
successfully complete a medical fitness
examination

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Sport Studies

B.Sc. Crop Science and Technology


The Science degree option provides a stronger
foundation in basic and applied sciences and
is intended for students desirous of pursuing
a graduate degree or seeking a career in
Research and Development. Post-graduate
studies provide career opportunities in
teaching and research at universities, regional
and international agricultural research and
development agencies [UWI, CARDI, CIRAD,
FAO, UNDP, CFC, CARICOM, CDB, INRA, WIST,
SIRI], private sector / industry, extension
service and consulting firms. Universities,
state agencies [NAMDEVCO, CARIRI,TTABA,
CDA] , and industries need trained scientists
who can teach, conduct research and
communicate research findings to the public
to ensure efficient, environmentally sound
food production and use of horticultural
products

Entry Requirements

Mature Student Entry

Potential Careers

Any two (2) Cape (Unit 1 and 2) or GCE


Advanced Levels subjects; OR
Certificate in Sport Studies or equivalent
programme; OR
Combination of relevant experience and
academic qualification

Applicants who do not meet standard


academic requirements but have
commensurate work/life experience and are
over the age of twenty five (25) years will be
required to attend an interview in order to
determine suitability.

Sport Coaching
Officiating
Sport Entrepreneurship
Sports Coordinator
Sport Equipment Design
Sport Event Management
Sport Facility Management
Management of Special Populations Sports
Programmes
Recreational and Community Sport
Programming, and
Sport for Development Coordinator.
Additionally, with the acquisition of an
additional 39 credits of coursework in
Education, students can qualify to be
Physical Education Teachers

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Education
Bachelor of Education Programme

UTT Programme Code

B1280

Duration of Programme

Full Time: 4 years

Programme Credits

138

Programme Professor

Prof. Jeanette Morris

Bachelor of Fine Arts Programme

UTT Programme Code

B1300

Duration of Programme

Full Time: 4 years

Programme Credits

108

Programme Leader

Ms. Sandra Carr

Programme Brief

Programme Brief

The general objectives of the B. Ed. programme are to:

The goal of The Caribbean Academy of Fashion and Design (CAFD) at The University of Trinidad and Tobago is to educate and train young
designers and marketers in the art and business of fashion, with an eye toward developing an emerging fashion industry in the Caribbean.

provide degree programmes for early childhood, primary and secondary school teachers
which will enable them to fulfil national educational goals
encourage research into social and educational issues
provide a student centred environment which will encourage the pursuit of academic
excellence as well as high moral and ethical standards
strengthen the links between the classroom, the community and industry through
community service and school/industry partnerships
facilitate continuing professional development for teachers in order to create a cadre
of qualified professionals to provide academic leadership and engage in research and
development activities
develop a wide repertoire of innovative pedagogies and multi-disciplinary competencies
ensure expanded access to tertiary education for a diverse student body
critically examine practical experiences of teaching and learning
develop and deepen their practical knowledge of teaching.

The CAFD at the University of Trinidad and Tobago will also endeavour to:
encourage and create exchanges between CAFD and global institutions in the field of art and design
interface fully with the local community through further education programmes such as professional workshops, seminars, short
courses and extracurricular events including exhibitions and guest lectures.
The BFA in Fashion Design is an idea driven, craft-based course of study that emphasises design concepts and skill development. The
curriculum is designed to train students in areas encountered in a professional designers workroom from pattern-making and draping to
fashion theory, sketching and textile arts.

Entry Requirements

Mature student entry

Potential Careers

These are in accordance with the


qualifications required nationally and
regionally for all entrants to teacher
education programmes - Five (5) CXC passes
which include Mathematics, English and a
Science subject.

An applicant who does not satisfy all the


stipulated minimum academic or technical
qualifications for admission to a programme
may be accepted as a Mature Student. He/she
would need to possess the critical elements
of the stipulated qualification and would be
assessed by the UTT Programme Head as
possessing a combination of qualifications
and educational or experiential maturity to
enable him/her to successfully participate in
the Programme.

It is envisaged that graduates of the


programme will be employed in the

Admissions Criteria
The following benchmark entry standards
shall apply to the Bachelor of Education:
Passes in five subjects at CSEC level of the
Caribbean Examinations Council, or GCE
O-levels. These subjects must include a
Science subject, Mathematics and English.
In addition persons wishing to enrol in a
secondary specialisation must have CAPE 1
and 2 passes or GCE A level passes in the
subject area in which they wish to specialise.
Some areas such as Integrated Science and
Social Studies require CAPE or Advanced level
passes in two subject areas. Other equivalent
qualifications may also be considered.

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Fashion Design

The criteria apply to all applicants to the


programme.

Accreditation of Prior Learning


Persons who already possess the two-year
Teachers Diploma are given credit for their
qualification and experience, and must
complete the additional credits to obtain the
degree.
Applicants to the technical vocational areas
must possess the benchmark qualifications
or other relevant certification such as the
Technical Teachers Diploma or comparable
qualifications coupled with diplomas at the
Technicians level.

secondary and primary schools in both the


public and private sectors of the nation and
of the region
early childhood centres
Students who successfully complete the
Bachelor of Education degree may also
find employment in business and industry
especially in areas that require understanding
of programme development and training.

Entry Requirements

Potential Careers

Two (2) passes at GCE Advanced Level or


CAPE I and II and passes in a minimum of
three (3) CXC (CSEC) General Proficiency
Level or equivalent GCE O-Levels which
must include either CXC grade 1 or GCE
grade A in Mathematics and English; or
Successful completion of the CAFD Diploma
in Fashion Design programme or related
studies;

Fashion Designer (womens wear, childrens


wear, mens wear, lingerie, knitwear)
Specialty Designer (sports apparel,
maternity wear, bridal wear, swimwear,
urban wear)
Accessories Designer (shoes, bags,
jewellery)
Design Director
Custom Clothier
Fashion Coordinator
Fashion Consultant
Product Manager
Collections Director
Patternmaker
Pattern Grader
Technical Designer
Fashion Educator

Additional Requirements:
A letter of intent stating why the applicant
desires to study fashion;
A self-portrait drawn from a mirror; and
Submission of 10 drawings illustrating 10
garments for a man or woman travelling to
Tobago on vacation

Mature Student Entry


An applicant who does not satisfy all the
stipulated minimum academic or technical
qualifications for admission to a programme
may be accepted as a Mature Student. He/she
would need to possess the critical elements
of the stipulated qualification and would be
assessed by the UTT Programme Head as
possessing a combination of qualifications
and educational or experiential maturity to
enable him/her to successfully participate in
the Programme.

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Performing Arts
Bachelor of Fine Arts Programme

UTT Programme Code

B1400

Duration of Programme

Full Time: 4 years

Programme Credits

120

Programme Leader

Mr. Benny Gomes

Programme Brief
The aim of the Bachelor of Fine Arts in the Performing Arts Programme is to offer career opportunities through tertiary education and
training in performance and education. Its fundamental goal is to produce graduates, whose professional and educational experience
of the performing arts is founded upon developing essential technical and performative skills and knowledge that enable students to
accomplish their creative and cognitive goals, plus the entrepreneurial capability to succeed financially.
The programme will:
encourage student development and understanding associated with the practical exploration and theoretical enquiry of performance
styles in Caribbean, Eastern and Western cultures;
commit to cross-cultural and interdisciplinary studies as a significant performative and pedagogical tool in artistic scholarship;
provide a creative and collaborative learning environment which challenges students to engage critically and physically;
embrace the complexity of cross-cultural arts and cultural ideologies;
cultivate a spirit of mutual respect for the arts that embody cultural diversity and identity;
encourage entrepreneurial thinking in the performing arts;
impart a sense of civic responsibility through service learning and community engagement.
This consolidated performing arts programme led to the award of a Bachelor of Fine Arts in the Performing Arts. There is also the
possibility for specialisation in certain areas. Courses are offered in the Performing Arts Foundation area in Years 1 and 2 plus preparatory
courses for specialisation. The programme places a strong emphasis on Caribbean Culture and includes supporting courses in Cultural
Literacy, Education and Cultural Entrepreneurship. In years 3 and 4 students can pursue the general BFA in Performing Arts, following
a combination of compulsory courses and electives and culminating in a Major Project (Capstone) in the Performing Arts. Alternatively,
students may follow a specialisation track as appropriate and available, subject to sufficient student demand, in the following areas:
Music
Dance
Acting
Theatre Design and Production
All programme pathways are Caribbean-centric in focus and equip the student for the possibility of professional or further academic life
locally, regionally and internationally

Entry Requirements

Mature student entry

Potential Careers

Passes in a minimum of five CXC General


Proficiency Level or equivalent GCE O Level
at CXC Grade 1, 2 or3 or GCE O Level Grade
A, B or C and including Mathematics and
English Language

An applicant who does not satisfy all the


stipulated minimum academic or technical
qualifications for admission to a programme
may be accepted as a Mature Student. He/she
would need to possess the critical elements
of the stipulated qualification and would be
assessed by the UTT Programme Head as
possessing a combination of qualifications
and educational or experiential maturity to
enable him/her to successfully participate in
the Programme.

Specialisation 1:

OR
A Diploma in a relevant subject area from a
recognised institution.
AND (for all applicants)

Competitive Audition/Interview as follows:


Acting, Dance and Music: A competitive
audition in the area of specialisation plus
interview

Music - Additional Entry Requirements

Applicants will be required to attend


and perform an audition presenting two
contrasting music selections.
Potential Careers - Music

Small businesses as Ensembles/


Entertainment Industry Professionals
Cultural Academics and Arts Educators
Music Educators in Public and Private
Institutions and Studios
Musicians for Performances, Recitals,
Concerts, Events (locally and internationally)
Community Engagement Practitioners
(Teaching Artists)
Music Composers and Arrangers
Choral Directors and Singers
Conductors and Musical Directors
Accompanists
Caribbean Music and Indian Classical Additional Entry Requirements

Applicants will be required to attend and


perform an audition presenting one or two
music selections from memory.
Potential Careers - Caribbean Music and Indian
Classical

Sade Chance
BA Performing Arts
Year of Completion: 2015

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UTT has given me the opportunity to be


an exceptional artist. I would definitely
recommend this programme for the
authenticity and exposure it gives to
students.

Choral Directors and Singers


Conductors
Composers
Music Educators in Public and Private
Institutions and Studios
Musicians
Recitals and Concerts Performers

Specialisation 2:

Specialisation 3:

Specialisation 4:

Dance - Additional Entry Requirements

Acting - Additional Entry Requirements

Three letters of recommendation from


performing arts professionals and/or
teachers (not from a relative) addressing the
applicants potential and competency in the
entertainment industry
A rsum

An audition of two monologues (one


Classical and one Contemporary or
Caribbean) of contrasting mood not to
exceed four (4) minutes in total length is
essential. Candidates may also be required
to participate in group improvisations,
movement and voice sessions as well as sing
a song a capella.

Theatre Design and Production - Additional


Entry Requirements

Potential Careers - Dance

Professional Dancer
Choreographer
Artistic Director
Dance Educator
Dance Production Manger
Dance Designer
Videographer for Dance Installations
Community Arts and Dance Coordinator
Dance Historian and Ethnographer
Dance Critic
Arts Administrator

Potential Careers - Acting

Actors in theatre, musical theatre, film,


television and radio drama
Narrators for documentaries, features and
corporate video
Voice-over artists for TV/radio commercials,
animated features and video games
Presenters and Hosts for television
programs (talk shows, game and magazine
shows, etc.)
Stand-Up Comedians
Masters of Ceremonies for live and recorded
events
Story-tellers and Performers in adult and
childrens theatre
Communication Specialists
Teaching artists and actor-teachers for
educational and special-needs theatre
Teachers in primary/secondary schools and
community-based arts schools/programs
Playwrights and Screenwriters
Theatre, Film and Television Directors and
Producers
Private Acting and Vocal Performance
Coaches
Talent Agents and Casting Directors
Radio Announcers/DJs and Newscasters
Models for print, electronic media and live
fashion shows
Arts research, arts education and artsrelated academia

Prospective students are required to submit at


the time of their interview to the university;
Three letters of recommendation (preferably
from performing arts professionals and/
or educators) addressing the applicants
potential and competency in the
entertainment industry.
Applicants should know why he or she
wants to attend the Academy, be able to
discuss past work and training, and ask
pertinent questions. The interview process is
approximately 30 minutes in duration where
the applicant will also present and discuss:
A rsum
A portfolio of previous theatre work in the
area of intended interest that includes
documented related materials such as
photography, programmes, plots, paintings,
renderings, sculpture and/or sewing and
building projects.
Candidates are encouraged to participate
in the Academys portfolio workshops in
preparation for the interview on dates posted
on the Academys website.
Potential Careers - Theatre Design and
Production

Lighting Designers
Set Designers
Costume Designers
Sound Designers
Projection Designers
Technical Directors
Performing Arts Producers
Events Managers
Production Managers
Stage Managers
Performing Arts Technicians
Stage Hands
In-House Training Programme Developers
Team Leaders / Special Assignment /
District Leaders/Task Managers

Computer Engineering
Bachelor of Applied Science Programme

UTT Programme Code

B1560

Duration of Programme

Full Time: 3 years


Part Time: 3 1/3 years

Programme Credits

108

Programme Leader

Laurice Phillips

Bachelor of Applied Science Programme

UTT Programme Code

B1080

Duration of Programme

Full Time: 3 years

Programme Credits

108

Programme Leader

Dr. Natasha Ramroopsingh

Programme Brief

Programme Brief

The BASc in Computer Engineering programme with options in Software Engineering and Network and Telecommunication Engineering
is designed to produce graduates to function in areas such as software development, hardware design and development, multimedia
communications, database management system, network analysis and design, wireless, fiber optics and broadband communications, and
network security. They will also have the ability to participate and lead the way in extensive projects and other multidisciplinary fields. The
programme covers a wide range of fundamental concepts, principles and techniques in ICT but also provides a strong foundation in applied
theories, mathematics and practical exercises. It is this interdisciplinary combination of basic knowledge, engineering fundamentals,
engineering design and applications that gives this programme focus, strength and relevance in a competitive and tightening employment
market.

Biomedical Engineering is the application of engineering principles to solve medical


problems. It is an emerging field that has provided and will continue to provide tremendous
positive impact on human health and quality of life as it pushes the frontiers of medicine.
This engineering field continues to advance the practice of medicine through diverse
innovations. Its core discipline areas are:

The aim of these programmes are to produce engineers in Information and Communication Technology who are employable in the local
industries and are interested in doing research at the M.Sc. and PhD levels to meet the technological and development interests of Trinidad
and Tobago and indeed the Caribbean region and International arena. This will be achieved by the delivery of curricula with interdisciplinary
and technological focal points that are current with modern trends. The programmes will also strive to foster in the prospective graduates
the groundwork of adaptability, versatility and innovative spirit that will create innovative entrepreneurs and professional engineers. These
aims will be achieved through the use of well-equipped laboratories prepared with up-to-date resources.

Bioinstrumentation
Biomaterials
Biomechanics
Cell, Tissue and Genetic Engineering
Clinical Engineering
Medical Imaging
Orthopaedic Bioengineering
Rehabilitation Engineering
Systems Physiology

The general goals are to:

Entry Requirements

Mature student entry

Potential Careers

Two (2) CAPE (Units 1 and 2) or two (2) GCE


A-Levels subjects from either Mathematics,
Biology, Chemistry or Physics, plus
General Paper or Caribbean Studies and
Communication Studies with a minimum
Grade II in CXC (CSEC) General Proficiency/
GCE O-Level Mathematics, OR
Relevant NEC Technicians Diploma OR
Relevant NETD/HNC/HND Technicians
Diploma OR
First Year B.Sc. Natural Science or
Engineering Degree

An applicant who does not satisfy all the


stipulated minimum academic or technical
qualifications for admission to a programme
may be accepted as a Mature Student. He/she
would need to possess the critical elements
of the stipulated qualification and would be
assessed by the UTT Programme Head as
possessing a combination of qualifications
and educational or experiential maturity to
enable him/her to successfully participate in
the Programme.

The following are possible career


opportunities for Biomedical Engineering
graduates:

attract and recruit students of good academic ability and potential from all social groups within the national and international community,
provide students with the ability to apply a broad and specialised set of ICT skills to the solution of ICT problems,
provide students with an interdisciplinary orientation combined with specialist learning in ICT and delivered with professionalism and
innovation,
produce ICT graduates with leadership potential to play a professional and ethical role in industry and the engineering professions and to
make a significant contribution to design and research,
service the expanding employment market needs for ICT professionals.

Entry Requirements

Potential Careers

BASc in Computer Engineering

It is expected that the main areas for


employment will be:

Must have pass in 2 A Level or CAPE II


inclusive of Mathematics, Physics or
Chemistry and General Paper
or
Any Diploma from the Center for Information
and Communication Technology with a
minimum CGPA of 2.0 or equivalent
Students matriculating with a UTT Diploma from the
Center for Information and Communication Technology
can apply for exemptions via challenge exams for
selected Level 1 courses

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Software Engineer/Developer
Hardware Designer
Software and Hardware Tester
Network Designers/Analysts
Computer and Network Security Specialist
Wireless, Fiber and Broadband
Communications Engineers/Specialists
Database Designer and Developer
Systems/Programme Analyst
Project Managers in ICT
Project / Team Leader in ICT
Information Technology Officer
Education and Research in ICT

The graduates will be expected to take


leadership roles in these industries and
in the engineering profession, as well as
the Finance, Health, Oil and Gas Sectors,
and to make significant contribution to
design and research in the specific areas.
Such leadership roles include apprentice
level engineers, supervisory management,
information technology officers

Melissa Thorpe
B.A.Sc. Computer Engineering
Year of Completion: 2013

I chose UTT because the curriculum


is so diverse and informative with the
added bonus of gaining valuable work
experience in your field. My experience
at UTT is a great one as I have acquired
so much knowledge from day one.

Additionally, mature students can be directed


to participate in foundation courses that
provide additional background in a specific
area of deficiency, in order to provide the
student with the time and experience to build
the required academic base

Healthcare Manager
Hospital Biomedical Engineer
Product Development Engineer
Biological Scientist
Material Scientist
Lecturer
Medical Informant
Technical/Medical Writer
Biomedical Scientist
Sales Representative
Technician Supervisors/Managers
Biomedical Equipment Planner
Pharmaceutical Engineer
Imaging Service Engineer
Forensic Analyser
Medical Devices Design
Manufacturing Research and Development
Pharmaceutical Process Engineer
Healthcare Sales Representative
Healthcare Purchasing
Pathologist

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Civil Engineering Systems

UTT Programme Code

B1060

Duration of Programme

Full Time: 3 years


Part Time: 4 years

Bachelor of Applied Science Programme

Programme Credits

108

Programme Leader

Ms. Elizabeth French

Programme Brief
Civil Engineers have historically been responsible for the planning, design, construction, maintenance and management of the physical
environment around us. Few professions embrace such a diverse range of activities, from transport systems, water collection, treatment
and distribution systems, to buildings and structures.
Now, in the 21st century, we see some important transitions in the practice of Civil Engineering. Our work requires us to deal not just with
technical issues and efficient design, but all the more so with the larger social, economic, and environmental aspects of our work. Our local
civil engineers must be able to work with and within other cultures, further, regional, national, and international issues are important in
how major projects are designed, built, and operated, and in assessing how environmental effects transcend political boundaries.
Our civil infrastructure (transportation and lifeline systems) is decaying at an increasing rate. Additionally, one of the greatest challenges
worldwide is protecting the environment and sustaining our future in the face of ever-increasing societal needs and population pressures.
Our design and construction processes must be implemented in ways that consider the sustainability of a proposed structure in an
integrated and timely fashion. There is an increased need to move people and goods and therefore efficient and ecologically friendly
transportation systems must be developed and implemented to serve this need.
These factors suggest that the technical curriculum must recognise that a young person coming to the profession needs breadth, balance,
and perspective. The University of Trinidad and Tobago believes the important activities in the 21st century will include sustaining the
environment and the natural cycles on which all life depends; an increased contribution by civil engineers towards the generation of wealth
through entrepreneurial activities; and providing the necessities for human life and civil societies, including energy, shelter, food, water, and
air, and the infrastructure for commerce in more efficient and renewable ways than today.

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UTT intends to meet the challenges of the 21st century through our offerings in the following
areas of Civil Engineering Systems:
B.A.Sc.- M.Eng. in Civil Engineering
Systems with Structural
Engineering

This course offer a broadly based scheme


of study covering the major areas of
civil engineering (structures, fluids,
transportation, geotechnics, materials,
communications, environmental design
and impact, surveying, mathematics, etc.)
with a major focus on design of complex
engineering structures. The graduate is
trained to create processes, techniques
and technologies for the planning,
design, construction and operations of
environmentally sensitive, economically
efficient, performance-based built
systems, and managing associated risks
from natural and man-made hazards.
The graduate will possess effective
entrepreneurial skills as well as a personal
commitment to professional standards,
recognising obligations to society, the
profession and the environment.

B.A.Sc. - Civil Engineering Systems


with Environmental Engineering

This course offer a broadly based scheme


of study covering the major areas of
civil engineering (structures, fluids,
transportation, geotechnics, materials,
communications, environmental design
and impact, surveying, mathematics,
etc.) with a major focus on the structural,
hydraulic and process design of
environmental engineering solutions.
These include public health engineering
(including water supply, wastewater
treatment, waste disposal, recycling,
contaminated land and pollution control),
hydraulics and hydrology engineering
and planning. The course was designed
to respond to major needs of our public
utilities agencies and downstream energy
industry to address issues of water
scarcity, contaminated sites, minimising
environmental impact and improving the
environment. The graduate will possess
effective entrepreneurial skills as well as a
personal commitment to professional.

B.A.Sc.- Civil Engineering Systems


with Construction Engineering and
Management

This course offers a broadly based


scheme of study covering the major areas
of civil engineering (structures, fluids,
transportation, geotechnics, materials,
communications, environmental design
and impact, surveying, mathematics,
etc.) with a major focus on managing
construction processes. The course aims
to equip graduates with the skill to provide
technical and commercial management
in the construction industry; appropriate
theoretical and practical methods to
design, develop, construct, commission,
operate and maintain civil engineering
products, processes, systems and services.
The graduate will possess effective
entrepreneurial skills as well as a personal
commitment to professional standards,
recognising obligations to society, the
profession and the environment.

Entry Requirements

Mature student entry

Potential Careers

The admission requirements are in


accordance with the Universitys regulations
for admission to undergraduate B.A.Sc-M.
Eng. Programmes:

An applicant who does not satisfy all the


stipulated minimum academic or technical
qualifications for admission to the programme
may be accepted as a Mature Student. He/she
would need to possess the critical elements
of the stipulated qualification and would
be assessed by the UTT Programme coordinator (s) as possessing a combination of
qualifications and educational or experiential
maturity to enable him/her to successfully
participate in the Programme.

Graduates can gain employment in the


following areas and in the following positions:

Caribbean Advanced Proficiency


Examinations (CAPE) Levels 1 and
2 or GCE A-Levels in the following
subjects: Mathematics and either
Physics or Chemistry, Caribbean studies,
Communication Studies or General Ppaper
Or
Relevant NEC Technicians Diploma;
Or
Relevant NETD/HNC/HND Technicians
Diploma

BASc-MEng Civil Engineering Systems with


Structural Engineering
Civil Engineering Construction Firms
Civil Engineering Consultancy Engineers
Transport Consultants and Road Design
Engineers
Geotechnical Consulting Firms
Project Execution Units with ALL Ministries

BASc-Civil Engineering Systems with


Environmental Engineering
Civil Engineering Construction Firms
Civil Engineering Consultancy Engineers
Environmental Engineering Design
Engineers
Environmental Consulting Firms
Environmental Managing Agencies
Water and Wastewater Treatment Facilities

BASc-Civil Engineering Systems with


Construction Management
Civil Engineering Construction Firms
Civil Engineering Consultancy Engineers
Transport Consultants and Road Design
Engineers
Geotechnical Consulting Firms
Project Execution Units with ALL Ministries

Manufacturing and Design


Engineering
BACHELOR OF APPLIED SCIENCE Programme

UTT Programme Code

B1020

Duration of Programme

Full Time: 3 years


Part Time: 4 1/2 years

Programme Credits

108

Programme Contact

Prof. Prakash Persad

UTT Programme Code

B1000

Duration of Programme

Full Time: 3 years


Part Time: 4 1/2 years

Bachelor of Applied Science Programme

Programme Credits

108

Programme Contact

Dr. Denver Chadee

Programme Brief

Programme Brief

Manufacturing and Design engineers have to deal with various aspects of processes to produce a variety of products requiring innovation
in product development, use of sophisticated machines computer controlled and use of robots, computer aided modeling, lean
manufacturing systems, sustainability and economic feasibility, entrepreneurship and marketability. The students will therefore be required
to develop skills on a variety of industrial processes.

The programme aims are to produce employable graduate engineers in utilities engineering who are among the best in the world. This
will be attained by the delivery of an interdisciplinary and technologically up-to-date curriculum, using well-equipped laboratories and
enhanced research facilities, which encompass traditional utility engineering and the emerging green and renewable energy generation,
distribution and utilisation. The programmes will also strive to foster in the prospective graduates the foundation of adaptability, versatility
and innovative spirit which they will need in new and challenging careers as professional engineers. The general goals are to:

The aims of the BASc. and the MEng. in Manufacturing and Design Engineering programme are to:
provide industry with the manpower knowledge and skills in the areas of:
a. Manufacturing Processes and Materials
b. Product Design and Development
c. Production, Management and Control, of man-made products

feed the M.Sc. programme in Industrial Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Management (IIEM) and for research in the areas of
Manufacturing, Design and Materials.
The programme includes a range of application areas, such as: Materials, and Manufacturing, Operations Management, Sustainability,
Mechatronics, Design and Innovation so that students are trained in decision-making, logistics, and production management.

Entry Requirements

Mature Student Entry

Caribbean Advanced Proficiency


Examinations (CAPE) Levels 1 and
2 or GCE A-Levels in the following
subjects: Mathematics and either
Physics or Chemistry, Caribbean Studies,
Communication Studies or General Paper.

An applicant who does not satisfy all the


stipulated minimum academic or technical
qualifications for admission to a programme
may be accepted as a Mature Student. He/she
would need to possess the critical elements
of the stipulated qualification and would be
assessed by the UTT Programme Head as
possessing a combination of qualifications
and educational or experiential maturity to
enable him/her to successfully participate in
the Programme.

Or
Relevant NEC Technicians Diploma;
Or
Relevant NETD/HNC/HND Technicians
Diploma.

OPTION 1: As per validation document and


2010 Student Prospectus

Potential Careers
Entrepreneurs
Plant Managers
Operations Managers
Product Design and Development
Production Planning
Plant layout and resource management
Manufacturing Engineer

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Utilities Engineering

OPTION 2: Restructured version, as per


validation document and 2010 Student
Prospectus

Potential Careers
Graduates of this programme will be
able to work in small, medium and large
organisations in the area of Mechanical
Design and Manufacturing, Production
Planning, Product Design and Development
and Plant Layout and Resource Management.

attract and recruit students of good academic ability and potential from all social groups within the national and international community,
provide students with the ability to apply a broad and specialised science and engineering knowledge to the solution of everyday
engineering problems,
provide students with an interdisciplinary engineering education with sufficient breadth and depth across the utility engineering
discipline combined with specialist learning and delivered with professionalism and innovation. Research and scholarly teaching are the
other integrating features of this approach,
produce engineering graduates with leadership potential to play a professional and ethical role in industry and the engineering
profession and to make a significant contribution to design and research,
service the expanding employment market needs for Maintenance Operations Engineers.
The B.A.S.c and M.Eng programmes focus on utilities and large-scale networks including the electric power, water and transportation
utilities. As such, the programme has two distinct options that the student can follow: an Electrical and a Mechanical Option. The Electrical
option encompasses classical and renewable energy generation, transmission, distribution and utilisation, power electronics, energy
efficiency, electromechanical and drive systems, robotics, control and automation and renewable green energy utilisation. While the
Mechanical Option includes thermodynamics, system dynamics, system design, heat and mass transfer, energy conversion, computer
aided engineering, fluid dynamics, water engineering, fuel cells and project management. Graduates from both options will have key
specialist skills in the operation and design fields as well as management of conventional, renewable and sustainable green energy
generation, interfacing and utilisation.
From Year 2 the BASc in Utilities Engineering has two options which students can take:
1. Electrical
2. Mechanical

They can gain employments in the position of:

From Year 4 the M.Eng students will have a choice between three separate options:

Entrepreneurs
Plant Managers
Operations Managers
Manufacturing Engineer

1. Electric Utilities
2. Mechanical Utilities
3. SCADA and Automation

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Process Engineering

UTT Programme Code

B1100

Duration of Programme

Full Time: 3 years


Part Time: 4 1/2 years

Bachelor of Applied Science Programme

Programme Credits

108

Programme Leader

Dr. Nazim Mohammed

Programme Brief
The graduate Process Engineer will be equipped with the necessary knowledge and skills to undertake research in the field. In addition, the
engineer will be able to appreciate and work effectively in the emerging and rapidly evolving technologies, such as materials for artificial
hearts, biodegradable polymers, reducing carbon dioxide emissions, carbon dioxide sequestration or finding alternative uses for carbon
dioxide, obtaining medicines from biological organisms etc. Process Engineers are key players in meeting the demand from consumers for
more sophisticated products at affordable prices. They are key players in developing green processes and in performing environmental
clean-up operations. They are key players in achieving sustainable development.
The programme is designed to equip the engineering graduates with the knowledge, as well as the intellectual, practical and transferable
soft skills and abilities required for success as a professional engineer.

Entry Requirements

Mature student entry

Potential Careers

The admission requirements are in


accordance with the Universitys regulations
for admission to undergraduate B.A.Sc.
programmes and require the following:

An applicant who does not satisfy all the


stipulated minimum academic or technical
qualifications for admission to a programme
may be accepted as a Mature Student. He/she
would need to possess the critical elements
of the stipulated qualification and would be
assessed by the UTT Programme Professor
as possessing a combination of qualifications
and educational or experiential maturity to
enable him/her to successfully participate in
the programme.

The programmes prepare graduating students


for full employment in the following areas:

Caribbean Advanced Proficiency


Examinations (CAPE) Levels 1 and
2 or GCE A-Levels in the following
subjects: mathematics and either
physics or chemistry, Caribbean studies,
communication studies or general paper
Or Relevant NEC Technicians Diploma;
Or Relevant NETD/HNC/HND Technicians
Diploma

Process Industries
Electric Utilities
Transportation
Processing and Manufacturing
Water and sanitation industries
Mining and Smelting
Automotive and Drive-by-Wire emerging
industries
Electric Drives, Light Rail Systems and
Transportation Utilities
Renewable and Green Energy Industry,
Microgrid, Co-generation and efficient
utilisation
Education and research
The graduates will be expected to take
leadership roles in these industries and in the
engineering profession and to make a significant
contribution to design and research in the
specific areas.

Entry Requirements

Mature student entry

Potential Careers

The admission requirements are in


accordance with the Universitys regulations
for admission to undergraduate B.A.Sc.
programmes and require one of the following:

An applicant who does not satisfy all the


stipulated minimum academic or technical
qualifications for admission to a programme
may be accepted as a Mature Student. He/she
would need to possess the critical elements
of the stipulated qualification and would be
assessed by the UTT Programme Professor
as possessing a combination of qualifications
and educational or experiential maturity to
enable him/her to successfully participate in
the Programme.

Trinidad and Tobago has a well-developed


Process Industry Sector comprising:

Caribbean Advanced Proficiency


Examinations (CAPE) Levels 1 and 2 or
GCE A-Levels in the following subjects:
mathematics and chemistry with at least a
grade III or C in each subject.
Relevant NETD Technicians Diploma with a
minimum GPA of 2.7

Petroleum Industry
--Oil and Gas Production; Petroleum Refining;
Petrochemicals Ammonia/Urea, Methanol

Metals Production
--Direct Reduction Iron and Steel Manufacture;
Aluminium Manufacture in hand

Minerals Industry
--Cement Manufacture; Glass Bottle production;
Clay and Concrete Products

Food and Beverage Production


--Rum and Beer; Soft Drinks; Packaging; Jams/
Sauces etc.

Chlor Alkali Chlorine/bleach/cleaning


products
Personal Care Products
Water and Sanitation Industries
The programmes prepare graduating
students for full employment in the above
areas. The graduates will be expected to take
leadership roles in these industries and in
the engineering profession and to make a
significant contribution to design and research
in the specific areas.

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Bachelor of Applied Science Programme

Petroleum Engineering

UTT Programme Code

B1040

Duration of Programme

Full Time: 3 years


Part Time: 4 1/2 years

Bachelor of Applied Science Programme

Programme Credits

108

Programme Contact

Dr. Tennyson Jagai

Programme Brief
The Bachelor of Applied Science (B.A.Sc.) and Master in Engineering (M.Eng) programme in Petroleum Engineering was developed to
strategically fill the demand for engineering graduates in Trinidads growing oil and gas industry and improve the local knowledge and
skills base for the current and future Hydrocarbon industry.
The B.A.Sc. and M.Eng programmes in Petroleum Engineering prepare undergraduates for a career in the energy industry or to enter
and continue the practice of engineering at a professional level. In addition, qualified graduates may pursue graduate study in petroleum
engineering and related fields.
The programme aims:
To produce students who are employable, and understand the fundamental principles of petroleum engineering so that they can
successfully pursue careers within oil and gas production
To train an individual to be a petroleum engineer who is competent in reservoir evaluation, reservoir engineering and management,
drilling and completions, and production engineering
To develop the graduates ability to analyse open-ended problems and design solutions for petroleum engineering and related
disciplines. This includes evaluation of associated uncertainties and risks and evaluation of societal impact
To promote effective oral and written technical communication skills and team building skills
To prepare graduates with engineering fundamentals to work effectively in industry
To work with industry and government representatives to identify the most important problems now facing the upstream petroleum
industry and those that arise in the future.

Entry Requirements

Mature student entry

Potential Careers

2 A level passes or CAPE I and II (Maths


plus Physics or Chemistry), and General
Paper or Communications Studies and
Caribbean Studies, PLUS O Chemistry and
O Physics
Graduates from a 2-year engineering
Diploma programme with a minimum
GPA of 3.0 will be considered with some
credit being given for Diploma courses
which are substantially equivalent to the
B.A.Sc. courses. This is done on a case by
case basis, but should generally result in a
requirement of about three additional years
of study to earn the B.A.Sc. degree after the
engineering Diploma.

An applicant who does not satisfy all the


stipulated minimum academic or technical
qualifications for admission to a programme
may be accepted as a Mature Student. He/She
would need to possess the critical elements
of the stipulated qualification and would be
assessed by the UTT Programme Head as
possessing a combination of qualifications
and educational or experiential maturity to
enable him/her to successfully participate in
the Programme

The structure of the B.A.Sc. and M.Eng


programmes in petroleum engineering
produce immediate key benefits; industryready graduates who would have gained
hands-on experience from the learning
environment in the field and the commitment
of the oil companies (through the industry
council) to have students work on real
projects using their field data and software.
In an Alliance with the industry, the
programme structure allows graduates of the
B.A.Sc. and M.Eng in petroleum engineering
to obtain employment above the technician or
field engineer level.
Students may be employed as:
Petroleum Engineer
Drilling Engineer
Reservoir Engineer

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Campus+Programmes

{ Bachelors Diploma Certificate }

UTT Chaguaramas Campus

Diploma In Maritime Operations Engineering Option


Diploma In Maritime Operaions Navigation Option
Bachelor Of Science In Nautical Science
(Maritime Operations)

Chaguanas Campus Agora


Chaguanas

UTT Campus @ NAPA


Port of Spain

Scarborough Campus,

Valsayn Campus
Valsayn

The Education Campus

Scarborough, Tobago

Chaguaramas Campus
Chaguaramas

UTT Corinth Campus

Certificate in Sport Studies


Bachelor of Education
Bachelors Degree in Sport Studies
International Masters in Sport for Development
UTT OMeara Campus

Certificate in Applied Engineering


Bachelor of Applied Science/Master of Engineering (B.A.Sc./
M.Eng) (common first year) with options in:
>> Manufacturing and Design Engineering
>> Biomedical Engineering
Bachelor of Applied Science (BASc) in Information and
Communication Technology (ICT)

John S. Donaldson Campus,

The Creativity Campus

Port of Spain

OMeara Campus
Arima

Caroni Research Station


Waterloo

ECIAF Campus
Centeno

Point Lisas Campus,


The Energy Campus

Couva

San Fernando Campus


San Fernando

Corinth Campus
San Fernando

UTT Point LisasThe Energy Campus

Certificate in Process Operations


National Engineering Technician Diploma with options in:
>> Chemical Engineering
>> Petroleum Engineering
>> Electrical/Electronic Engineering
>> Mechanical Engineering
>> Instrumentation Engineering
>> Computer Engineering
>> Communications Engineering
Bachelor of Applied Science/Master of Engineering (B.A.Sc./
M.Eng) (common first year) with options in:
>> Petroleum Engineering
>> Process Engineering
>> Utilities Engineering with specialisations in:
a. Mechanical Engineering
b. Electrical Engineering

UTT Scarborough- The Education Campus

Bachelor of Education
UTT Campus @ NAPA

Artist Diploma in Music (Western Classical)


Bachelor of Fine Arts in PERFORMING ARTS with
specialisations in
>> Music/Caribbean Music/Indian Classical Music
>> Dance
>> Acting
>> Theatre Design & Production
 TT at Eastern Caribbean Institute of
U
Agriculture and Forestry (E.C.I.A.F)

Diploma in Agriculture
Diploma in Animal Health, Production and Veterinary
Public Health
Diploma in Agriculture Engineering
Diploma in Food Technology
Bachelor of Science in Agriculture
 TT John S. Donaldson Port-of-Spain
U
the Creativity Campus

Certificate in Applied Engineering


Certificate in Digital Media Studies Music Technology
Diploma in Digital Media Studies Animation
Diploma in Fashion Design
Diploma in Fashion Management
National Engineering Technician Diploma with options
in:
>> Civil Engineering
>> Electrical/Electronic Engineering
>> Mechanical Engineering
>> Computer Engineering
Diploma in Visual Communications Design
Bachelor of Fine Arts in Fashion Design

UTT San Fernando Campus

Certificate in Applied Engineering


Certificate in Process Operations
National Engineering Technician Diploma
>> Civil Engineering
>> Petroleum Engineering
>> Electrical/Electronic Engineering
>> Mechanical Engineering
>> Chemical Engineering
>> Computer Engineering
>> Instrumentation Engineering
>> Automotive Engineering (not offered in 2011)
Bachelor of Applied Science/Master Of Engineering
(B.A.Sc./ M.Eng) (common first year) with options in:
1. Civil Engineering Systems with specialisations in:
a. Environmental Engineering
b. Structural Engineering
c. Construction Engineering and Management
UTT Valsayn Campus

Certificate in Security and Public Safety


Certificate in Early Childhood Care and Education
Specialisation
Diploma in Security and Public Safety
Bachelor of Education

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information and guidance purposes only and does not
constitute a contract. Details included are correct at the time
of going to press in September 2012.