Human Performance- Sport
Run by Unitecs Department of Sport, the Human Performance Lab brings the benefits of sports science to athletes through to people who just want to lead a more active life. The lab is equipped with state-of-the-art technology and has expert staff trained in exercise physiology, exercise prescription and biomechanics.
Lead by Unitec 3rd year Engineering Students you will explore civil engineering concepts and construction practice. You'll explore water engineering, structural engineering and road infrastructures and participate in a competitive construction exercise
There are over 4 million cars in NZ... Unitec are experts in automotive engineering. After all, we’ve been teaching it for 30 years. Unitec graduates work across the industry. As mechanics, auto electricians, automotive engineers, vehicle compliance certifiers, high-performance technicians, traffic accident analysts, and logistics and technical managers. Join us to walk in the shoes of one of these careers.
Computing Hardware and Mobile Programming
Breaking computers and rebuilding equals Fun! And learning about developing your own Mobile Programme for Android. Mashing technology with your creative ideas.
This exciting area develops students skills to design and produce construction drawings for both residential and commercial buildings. Using the latest computer technology (ArchiCAD), you learn perspective drawing, freehand drawing, shading and rendering.
Its not all about wires and circuit boards, but bringing machines to life through understanding electrical and electronics engineering. Develop and play with your own Robots.
Mechanical Engineering Technology
Are you looking for fun and remarkable qualification at the same time? Mechanical Engineering at MIT trains you to be independent and successful in developing and designing new machinery and equipment using simple and up to date applications.
You are not only trained on the technical stuff, but also taught to be creative and innovative.
Motion Control and the Human Machine Interface
Programmable Logic Controllers (PLCs) are used to control machinery in almost every industry you can imagine. Learn how to program them and how the computer is used for control and data acquisition - it’s great fun and can lead to a most interesting career.