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  • Aerospace Engineering
  • Automobile Engineering
  • Bio Agricultural Engineering
  • Biochemical Engineering
  • Chemical Engineering
  • Civil Engineering
  • Electrical & Electronic Engineering
  • Environment Engineering
  • Manufacturing Engineering
  • Marine Engineering
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Mechatronic Engineering
  • Microelectronic Engineering
  • Telecommunication Engineering

Engineering - Aerospace Engineering

Introduction

Aerospace engineering applies the basic concepts of aeronautics into the study, design, manufacture, use and the maintenance of aircraft, such as aeroplanes and rockets. Hence, besides studying in-depth knowledge of airflow to calculate the scientific aircraft computing while they are in the air, students also ought to learn the theory and technology of the machinery and electronic engineering, for instance, the jet force calculation, characteristics, design of aeroplane engines and also the operation and maintenance of avionics. Apart from that, students will also learn the knowledge of aerospace management, particularly the related laws of aviation, basic airline management skills and the flight schedule arrangement.

 

Study Subjects

  • Aerodynamics and Propulsion
  • Aerospace Structures
  • Aircraft Systems and Instruments
  • Chemistry
  • Economics and Principles of Management
  • Electronics and Instrumentation
  • Engineering Mechanics
  • Flight Dynamics
  • Fluid Mechanics
  • Machines and Mechanisms
  • Manufacturing Technology
  • Materials Science
  • Materials Technology
  • Mathematics
  • Physics
  • Principles of Environmental Sciences
  • Propulsion and Total Quality Management
  • Reliability Engineering
  • Space Technology
  • Thermodynamics
  • Vibration and Noise

 

Career Opportunities

To become a formal engineer, graduates must register from the Board of Engineers Malaysia (BEM) to be a graduate engineer, while passing the audition of Engineering Accreditation Council Malaysia (EAC).

Graduates may work as a technical engineer of airline maintenance for any airlines, for example, Malaysia Airlines (MAS).  Besides, graduates can consider being an aviation academy instructor or a system engineer in a satellite system company.

Engineering - Automobile Engineering

Introduction

Automobile Engineering is a course major in studying the manufacture, design and the mechanical mechanisms of mobile machinery such as cars, tractors, trucks and motorcycles. The manufacture of an automobile is sophisticate, starting from the raw design to the end product, applying abundant of theory and techniques. Consequently, students need to study a wide range of knowledge, from the mechanics, involving dynamics, statics, mechanical drawing, materials, fluids and chemical engineering, to the more precise mechatronics, including the mechanical design and theory, computer technology, electronics, measuring technology and control technology.

 

Study Subjects

  • Automotive Braking System
  • Automotive Electrical Systems
  • Chassis Systems
  • Chemistry
  • Diesel Engines
  • Emissions Systems & Turbochargers
  • Engine Mechanical
  • Engine Systems
  • Engineering Drawing
  • Fuel System Dynamics
  • Physics
  • Steering Systems
  • Strength of Materials
  • Thermofluid

 

Career Opportunities

In favour of becoming a formal engineer, graduates need to register to be a Graduate Engineer from the Board of Engineers Malaysia (BEM) while the certificates accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Council Malaysia (EAC).

Graduates may work in the automobile industry such as the manufacture factory of cars and motorcycles to be an engineer, technician or a serviceman to take charge of the design, manufacture, testing and management of the automobile.

Engineering - Bio Agricultural Engineering

Introduction

Bio agricultural engineering majors in transforming the engineering and modest technologies into the development of agriculture. Students will learn to apply these technologies to develop and conserve the natural resources, with the objective to increase agricultural productivity by designing novel agricultural machines, setting up a drainage system for the agricultural land, building ecological environment and establishing the biology and agricultural data bank.

 

Study Subjects

  • Biological and Environmental Transport Processes
  • Calculus
  • Computer Science: Engineering and Science Focus
  • Computer-Aided Problem-Solving
  • Design in Agricultural and Biological Systems Engineering
  • Engineering Dynamics
  • Engineering Economics
  • Engineering Properties of Biological Materials
  • Engineering Statics
  • Engineering Statistics and Data Analysis
  • Engineering Thermodynamics
  • Fluid Mechanics
  • General Biology
  • General Biology Laboratory
  • General Chemistry
  • Irrigation and Drainage Systems Engineering
  • Machine Design in Agricultural Engineering
  • Mechanics of Materials for Agricultural and Biological Systems Engineering
  • Plant Science
  • Power and Machinery Principles
  • Power Systems Design
  • Soil Resources
  • Sophomore Engineering Seminar
  • Statistics
  • Technical Communication

 

Career Opportunities

To become a formal engineer, graduates need to register to be a Graduate Engineer from the Board of Engineers Malaysia (BEM) while the certificates accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Council Malaysia (EAC).

Graduates may devote themselves to the industrial and agricultural field, to work as a machinery engineer, biosystem engineer or a consultant. Moreover, they can also take charge of the design and manufacture of agricultural machinery, design agricultural products processing procedures, execute and supervise the ecological engineering.  

Engineering - Biochemical Engineering

Introduction

Biochemical engineering is interrelated with biochemistry, microbiology and chemical engineering. It mainly deals with applying the theory and techniques of chemical engineering to investigate the production, theory involved and the engineering techniques on organisms and bio activators. On top of that, aside from the theory of chemical engineering, students also ought to study the fundamental knowledge and theory of microbiology, biochemistry and biotechnology, to design, develop, operate, manage, control and supervise the production procedures and installation in the related field.

 

Study Subjects

  • Anatomy and physiology
  • Artificial Neural Networks
  • Artificial Organs
  • Basic medical instrumentation
  • Bio Transducers and Electrodes
  • Biochemical instrumentation
  • Biochemistry and Biophysics
  • Biomaterials and components
  • Biomechanics
  • Biomedical Signal processing
  • Clinical Engineering
  • Computer Programming and Problem-solving
  • Computers in Medicine
  • Control systems in medicine
  • Difference and differential equations
  • Digital signal processing
  • Engineering Chemistry
  • Engineering Graphics
  • Environmental Studies
  • Ethics and Values
  • Foreign Language
  • Health Technology Management
  • Industrial Internship
  • Medical Imaging Techniques
  • Modern Physics
  • Multivariate calculus and differential equations
  • Numerical Methods
  • Pattern Recognition
  • Probability and Statistics
  • Project Work
  • Telemedicine
  • Tissue Engineering
  • Laser and Fiber Optics in Medicine

Career Opportunities

Graduates need to register to be a Graduate Engineer from the Board of Engineers Malaysia (BEM) while the certificates accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Council Malaysia (EAC) to become a formal engineer.

This course offers wide-ranging job opportunities in the chemical, food processing, biological process, pharmaceutical and material industry to work as a biochemical engineer, in charge of the design, control, management and supervision of the organisms’ chemical reaction and the manufacturing process of products or on the research and development in the corresponding sector.

Engineering - Chemical Engineering

Introduction

Chemical engineering is a branch of engineering that involves the principles of physics, chemistry, economics and mathematics. The industries that use chemical raw materials, for examples petroleum refining industry, metallurgical industry, food, pharmaceutical and paper manufacturing industry require chemical reaction to refine the raw materials and transform them into more valuable products, such as fertilizers, petroleum, plastic, glass and paper pulp. On top of that, students will learn to design, manage, control and operate the chemical processes and the production line, with the main objective to mitigate the pollutant produced during the chemical process.

 

Study Subjects

  • Basic Electrical and/or Mechanical Engineering
  • Bio-process Engineering and/or Biochemical Engineering
  • Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics
  • Chemical Reaction Engineering
  • Corrosion Engineering and/or Piping Engineering
  • Environmental Studies and/or Industrial Pollution and Control
  • Food Processing and Technology
  • General Chemical Technology
  • Green Chemical Engineering
  • Interfacial Science
  • Management Science and/or Economics and Financial Analysis
  • Mass Transfer
  • Material Science and Technology
  • Mechanical Unit Operations
  • Microscale Unit operations
  • Momentum Transfer
  • Non-Newtonian Flow and Rheology
  • Nuclear Process Engineering
  • Pharmaceuticals and Fine Chemicals
  • Plant Design and Economics
  • Plant Utilities
  • Polymer Technology
  • Process Equipment Design
  • Process Heat Transfer
  • Process Modelling and Control
  • Renewable Energy Engineering
  • Scale up methods
  • Transport Phenomenon

 

Career Opportunities

To become a formal engineer, graduates need to register to be a Graduate Engineer from the Board of Engineers Malaysia (BEM) while the certificates accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Council Malaysia (EAC).

Graduates may devote themselves to the industrial community, for instance, petrochemical, chemical, textile, food processing, biological process, semiconductor, metal, pharmaceutical and oil palm industry to work as a chemical engineer and in charge of the design, control, manage and supervise the chemical reaction and the manufacturing process in the factory.

Engineering - Civil Engineering

Introduction

Civil engineering is a proficient engineering discipline which mainly deals with the construction of houses, buildings and bridges. The procedures of building a facility include survey, design and construction, which indicates the learning scope of courses revolves around these three topics. In the surveying session, students learn engineering, geological, soil and water quality survey to decide the size and variety of the building base. Students also study soil mechanics, engineering mechanics, architectural drawing and the theory and techniques of engineering design. Furthermore, the construction stage is the focus of the course. Students will learn to measure the number of raw materials, equipment, manpower used in the project, and determine the amount of foundation, cement, asphalt, or steel used, suitability and strength, characteristics of the mixing plan such as the proportion of water, cement, sand, and gravel, and operational management knowledge of various construction projects.

 

Study Subjects

  • Civil Engineering Materials
  • Coastal Engineering
  • Construction Engineering
  • Design of Hydraulic Structures
  • Environmental Engineering
  • Geotechnical Engineering
  • Geotechnics
  • Highway / Traffic Engineering
  • Hydraulics
  • Material science and engineering
  • Structural Mechanics 
  • Surveying
  • Transportation Engineering
  • Urban Engineering

 

Career Opportunities

To become a formal engineer, Graduates need to register to be a Graduate Engineer from the Board of Engineers Malaysia (BEM) while the certificates accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Council Malaysia (EAC).

Graduates may consider engaging themselves into civil engineering design, planning and construction-related field, for examples, the construction contractor company and the land development company to work as a design or site engineer.

Engineering - Electrical & Electronic Engineering

Introduction

Electrical and electronic engineering are both disciplinary that study electric. Electrical engineering focuses more on power generation, power supply and electric motors. For instance, the procedures of producing and supplying electricity to the users, devices involved in the supply, and the design, manufacture, installation and maintenance of devices. Furthermore, students also learn the designs and drives which convert electric energy into kinetic energy. On the other hand, electronic engineering emphasizes on the circuits in electronic devices, for examples, semiconductor, circuit board and electronic circuit design.

 

Study Subjects

  • Automatic Control and Instrumentation
  • Circuits and Devices
  • Communication Systems
  • Computing Applications for Engineers
  • Digital and Analogue Electronics
  • Elec Energy Generation and Utilisation
  • Electrical Power and Machines
  • Electromagnetic Fields & Waves
  • Engineering Design and Project Management
  • Engineering Mathematics
  • High Voltage Engineering
  • Integrated Electronics
  • Microprocessors and Computer Architecture
  • Power Electronics and Industrial Drives
  • Power System Analysis and Protection
  • Professional Engineers and Society
  • Programming Techniques
  • Signals and Systems

Career Opportunities

To become a formal engineer, graduates need to register to be a Graduate Engineer from the Board of Engineers Malaysia (BEM) while the certificates accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Council Malaysia (EAC).

Generally, graduates may engage in the industrial and commercial sector, to perform their profession in power supply companies, telecommunications companies, electronics companies or factories. Engineer, maintenance technician, technician, product developer and technical developer are among the alternatives of the graduates.

Engineering - Environment Engineering

Introduction

Environmental engineering major in overcoming the environmental health problems through the engineering theory and practical actions. For instance, furnishing safe water supply to the public, disposing and recycling wastewater and solid waste properly, establishing sanitary drainage systems in urban and rural areas, controlling soil and air pollution and eliminating the social and environmental impact of these problems. The engineering part of this disciplinary all relates to environmental science, such as biochemical treatment of organic wastewater, sustainable development of landfill projects and the environmental pollution remediation of ecological projects. Consequently, other than the techniques and theories of civil engineering, students also need to study knowledge in environmental science. As the rise of environmental issues and the expansion of its influence, the more contents in this disciplinary. Environment engineering has become an increasingly in-demand specialization in the 21 century.

 

Study Subjects

  • Additional Mathematics
  • Biology
  • Chemistry
  • Civil Engineering
  • Climate Change and Adaptation
  • Conservation Biology and Sustainability
  • Contamination and Pollution
  • Economics
  • Environmental Impact Assessment
  • Environmental Law and Regulations
  • Fluid Mechanics
  • Geography
  • Green Engineering Principles and Applications
  • Mathematics
  • Mining Engineering
  • Physics
  • Processes in Chemistry
  • Socio-Environmental Aspects
  • Solid and Hazardous Waste Management
  • Technologies and Systems for Environmental Solutions

 

Career Opportunities

To become a formal environmental engineer, graduates need to register to be a Graduate Engineer from the Board of Engineers Malaysia (BEM) while the certificates accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Council Malaysia (EAC).

Graduates may devote to the government departments or the construction industry and business industry to work as an environmental engineer or consultant, taking charge of the project evaluation and supervision, in addition with the design, planning, management and construction of the environmental engineering.

Engineering - Manufacturing Engineering

Introduction

Manufacturing engineering is the branch of engineering that focuses on industrial production and manufacturing systems. It is the foundation of manufacturing development. Students will not only be familiarized with various manufacturing processes, engineering procedures and production methods for industrial products but also have the ability to design and manufacturing processes, research and develop new tools and machines and equipment, research and develop new technological processes and then integrated into a new manufacturing system to achieve the production of high-quality products at the lowest cost

 

Study Subjects

  • Mechanical Design
  • Mechanical Principles
  • Mechanical Manufacturing Technology Foundation
  • Theoretical Mechanics
  • Material Mechanics
  • Mechanical Drawing
  • Mechanical Control Engineering
  • Electromechanical Transmission
  • Mechanical Testing Technology Foundation
  • Electrical Engineering Technology Foundation
  • Mechanical Manufacturing Automation
  • Micro Manufacturing Engineering

 

Career Opportunities

Graduates must register as Graduate Engineers with BEM (Board of Engineers Malaysia) and the qualification must be approved by EAC (Engineering Accreditation Council Malaysia) in order to be certified as a professional engineer. Graduates can generally venture into the manufacturing industry such as plastic product manufacturing plants, metal refineries, automobile manufacturing plants, or serve as manufacturing engineers, technicians and management personnel in electronic factories.

Engineering - Marine Engineering

Introduction

Marine Engineering studies, develops, designs, maintains and restores marine resources with engineering theories and technologies. The specialization can be generally divided into three categories: coastal engineering, offshore engineering and deep-sea engineering. In coastal engineering, students will learn how to carry out new construction, reconstruction, expansion and other projects on the coastline such as reclamation (also known as Marine Reclamation Land) and dam engineering, whereas offshore and deep-sea engineering include the construction of artificial islands, offshore platforms, oil and gas exploration and production platforms, floating airports and etc.

 

Study Subjects

  • Structural Mechanics
  • Hydraulics
  • Soil Mechanics
  • Basic Engineering
  • Hydraulic Engineering
  • Construction Technology and Management
  • Reinforced Concrete Structure
  • Basic Principle Engineering
  • Geology and Hydrogeological Engineering
  • Hydrology
  • Water Resources
  • River Dynamics
  • Coastal Dynamics
  • Rivers and Coastal Buildings

 

Career Opportunities

Graduates must register as Graduate Engineers with BEM (Board of Engineers Malaysia) and the qualification must be approved by EAC (Engineering Accreditation Council Malaysia) in order to be certified as a professional engineer. Graduates can generally devote themselves to fields related to marine engineering design, planning and construction to take charge of design, research, supervision, management and construction of related projects.

Engineering - Mechanical Engineering

Introduction

Mechanical engineering is a department that studies the operating principles of various tools or machines. All tools and machines, such as engines, small generators, air conditioning systems, steam ovens, and various equipment machinery used in the modern industrial field, are the research objects of this department. Students have to learn a wide range, from the operations principles of various machines, to the design and actual production of machines, all within the scope of the course of this department. In addition, students will also learn how to use some computer engineering drawing software to make engineering blueprints.

 

Study Subjects

  • Material science
  • Mechanics
  • Remote control system science
  • Thermal energy
  • Energy science
  • Air cooling science
  • Engine combustion
  • Heat energy transmission
  • Electric power production
  • Liquid science
  • Industrial design
  • Mechanical design
  • System design

 

Career Opportunities

Graduates can generally enter the business sector (such as air-conditioning industry, automotive industry, power plants, chemical factories, food industry, etc.) as mechanical engineers and are responsible for the operation, maintenance, repair and mechanical design of various factory appliances or machines work with R&D and quality management.

Engineering - Mechatronic Engineering

Introduction

Mechatronic engineering is a comprehensive department formed by the fusion of mechanics, electronics, information technology, computer technology and control technology. Student in this department will study basic electronic and electrical theory and technology, mechanics, and the theory, technology, systems, and products produced by the combination of the two. Student will learn how to use these comprehensive knowledge and manufacturing production systems to design or improve new instruments for use in industry or other fields. In addition, students will also be exposed to some robot manufacturing knowledge, such as robot design, robot control and how to mechanize industry.

 

Study Subjects

  • Widget system
  • Electrical engineering
  • Electronic energy
  • Digital system
  • Digital signal and control
  • Engineering mechanics
  • Mechanical design
  • Electrical and electronic technology
  • Electromechanical transmission control
  • Microcomputer principles and interface technology
  • Testing technology
  • Automatic control principles

 

Career Opportunities

Graduates must register with BEM-Board of Engineers Malaysia as Graduate Engineers and their diplomas must be reviewed and approved by (EAC-Engineering Accreditation Council Malaysia) before they can become formal engineers.

Graduates can generally work in the business sector, scientific research institutions, colleges and universities, and state agencies to serve as mechanical engineers in production or related department, and are responsible for the technical development, technical management, research, teaching, trade and management of electronic machinery.

Engineering - Microelectronic Engineering

Introduction

The study of microelectronic engineering is similar to that of electronic engineering, but the research object is microelectronic components and circuits (Circuit), which are smaller than general electronic components. Students in this department must learn how to design, manufacture and use these tiny electronic components and circuits, such as designing electronic circuit boards, digital systems (Numeral System), electronic processors (Processor), electronic chips, etc. In addition, students will also be exposed to various semiconductor (Semiconductor), electronic parts and appliances related knowledge.

Study Subjects

  • Semiconductor physics foundation
  • Semiconductor device and measurement
  • Semiconductor manufacturing technology
  • Microelectronic packaging technology
  • Semiconductor reliability technology
  • Integrated circuit principle
  • Integrated circuit design foundation
  • Integrated circuit design CAD
  • Electrical engineering foundation
  • Analog electronic circuit
  • Digital circuit
  • Programmable logic device
  • Professional English
  • Electronic measurement
  • Single-chip principle
  • Quality management

Career Opportunities

Graduates must register with the BEM-Board of Engineers Malaysia as Graduate Engineers and their diplomas must be reviewed and approved by EAC-Engineering Accreditation Council Malaysia before they can become formal engineers.

Graduates can generally join the business sector such as telecommunications companies, electronic products companies, electronic factories, etc. to serve as engineers, maintenance personnel, technicians, product developers, technical developers and other positions in various departments.

Engineering - Telecommunication Engineering

Introduction

Telecommunication Engineering is a course which focuses on learning how to make telecommunication device, telecommunication settings and technical telecommunication by combining area of Electronic, Mechanical and Computing Engineering

Students will be gaining knowledge like Communication technology, Microwave, Decoding, Teletransmission, Radiowave, and how to design and develop new telecommunication technology.

Study Subjects

  • Electrical
  • Electronics
  • Circuit design
  • Tele electronics  
  • Satellite
  • Photoelectric
  • Radiowave
  • Teletransmission
  • Decoding

 

Career Opportunities

Graduates of Telecommunication Engineering programme must register as “Graduate Engineer” from BEM (Board of Engineering Malaysian), and fulfil EAC (Engineering Accreditation Council Malaysia) assessment in order to get full accreditation.

Graduates can be usually work in Telecommunication companies, electronics and computing companies as technicians and engineers.

Other courses you might be interested...

  • Aerospace Engineering
  • Automobile Engineering
  • Bio Agricultural Engineering
  • Biochemical Engineering
  • Chemical Engineering
  • Civil Engineering
  • Electrical & Electronic Engineering
  • Environment Engineering
  • Manufacturing Engineering
  • Marine Engineering
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Mechatronic Engineering
  • Microelectronic Engineering
  • Telecommunication Engineering

Engineering - Aerospace Engineering

Introduction

Aerospace engineering applies the basic concepts of aeronautics into the study, design, manufacture, use and the maintenance of aircraft, such as aeroplanes and rockets. Hence, besides studying in-depth knowledge of airflow to calculate the scientific aircraft computing while they are in the air, students also ought to learn the theory and technology of the machinery and electronic engineering, for instance, the jet force calculation, characteristics, design of aeroplane engines and also the operation and maintenance of avionics. Apart from that, students will also learn the knowledge of aerospace management, particularly the related laws of aviation, basic airline management skills and the flight schedule arrangement.

 

Study Subjects

  • Aerodynamics and Propulsion
  • Aerospace Structures
  • Aircraft Systems and Instruments
  • Chemistry
  • Economics and Principles of Management
  • Electronics and Instrumentation
  • Engineering Mechanics
  • Flight Dynamics
  • Fluid Mechanics
  • Machines and Mechanisms
  • Manufacturing Technology
  • Materials Science
  • Materials Technology
  • Mathematics
  • Physics
  • Principles of Environmental Sciences
  • Propulsion and Total Quality Management
  • Reliability Engineering
  • Space Technology
  • Thermodynamics
  • Vibration and Noise

 

Career Opportunities

To become a formal engineer, graduates must register from the Board of Engineers Malaysia (BEM) to be a graduate engineer, while passing the audition of Engineering Accreditation Council Malaysia (EAC).

Graduates may work as a technical engineer of airline maintenance for any airlines, for example, Malaysia Airlines (MAS).  Besides, graduates can consider being an aviation academy instructor or a system engineer in a satellite system company.

Engineering - Automobile Engineering

Introduction

Automobile Engineering is a course major in studying the manufacture, design and the mechanical mechanisms of mobile machinery such as cars, tractors, trucks and motorcycles. The manufacture of an automobile is sophisticate, starting from the raw design to the end product, applying abundant of theory and techniques. Consequently, students need to study a wide range of knowledge, from the mechanics, involving dynamics, statics, mechanical drawing, materials, fluids and chemical engineering, to the more precise mechatronics, including the mechanical design and theory, computer technology, electronics, measuring technology and control technology.

 

Study Subjects

  • Automotive Braking System
  • Automotive Electrical Systems
  • Chassis Systems
  • Chemistry
  • Diesel Engines
  • Emissions Systems & Turbochargers
  • Engine Mechanical
  • Engine Systems
  • Engineering Drawing
  • Fuel System Dynamics
  • Physics
  • Steering Systems
  • Strength of Materials
  • Thermofluid

 

Career Opportunities

In favour of becoming a formal engineer, graduates need to register to be a Graduate Engineer from the Board of Engineers Malaysia (BEM) while the certificates accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Council Malaysia (EAC).

Graduates may work in the automobile industry such as the manufacture factory of cars and motorcycles to be an engineer, technician or a serviceman to take charge of the design, manufacture, testing and management of the automobile.

Engineering - Bio Agricultural Engineering

Introduction

Bio agricultural engineering majors in transforming the engineering and modest technologies into the development of agriculture. Students will learn to apply these technologies to develop and conserve the natural resources, with the objective to increase agricultural productivity by designing novel agricultural machines, setting up a drainage system for the agricultural land, building ecological environment and establishing the biology and agricultural data bank.

 

Study Subjects

  • Biological and Environmental Transport Processes
  • Calculus
  • Computer Science: Engineering and Science Focus
  • Computer-Aided Problem-Solving
  • Design in Agricultural and Biological Systems Engineering
  • Engineering Dynamics
  • Engineering Economics
  • Engineering Properties of Biological Materials
  • Engineering Statics
  • Engineering Statistics and Data Analysis
  • Engineering Thermodynamics
  • Fluid Mechanics
  • General Biology
  • General Biology Laboratory
  • General Chemistry
  • Irrigation and Drainage Systems Engineering
  • Machine Design in Agricultural Engineering
  • Mechanics of Materials for Agricultural and Biological Systems Engineering
  • Plant Science
  • Power and Machinery Principles
  • Power Systems Design
  • Soil Resources
  • Sophomore Engineering Seminar
  • Statistics
  • Technical Communication

 

Career Opportunities

To become a formal engineer, graduates need to register to be a Graduate Engineer from the Board of Engineers Malaysia (BEM) while the certificates accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Council Malaysia (EAC).

Graduates may devote themselves to the industrial and agricultural field, to work as a machinery engineer, biosystem engineer or a consultant. Moreover, they can also take charge of the design and manufacture of agricultural machinery, design agricultural products processing procedures, execute and supervise the ecological engineering.  

Engineering - Biochemical Engineering

Introduction

Biochemical engineering is interrelated with biochemistry, microbiology and chemical engineering. It mainly deals with applying the theory and techniques of chemical engineering to investigate the production, theory involved and the engineering techniques on organisms and bio activators. On top of that, aside from the theory of chemical engineering, students also ought to study the fundamental knowledge and theory of microbiology, biochemistry and biotechnology, to design, develop, operate, manage, control and supervise the production procedures and installation in the related field.

 

Study Subjects

  • Anatomy and physiology
  • Artificial Neural Networks
  • Artificial Organs
  • Basic medical instrumentation
  • Bio Transducers and Electrodes
  • Biochemical instrumentation
  • Biochemistry and Biophysics
  • Biomaterials and components
  • Biomechanics
  • Biomedical Signal processing
  • Clinical Engineering
  • Computer Programming and Problem-solving
  • Computers in Medicine
  • Control systems in medicine
  • Difference and differential equations
  • Digital signal processing
  • Engineering Chemistry
  • Engineering Graphics
  • Environmental Studies
  • Ethics and Values
  • Foreign Language
  • Health Technology Management
  • Industrial Internship
  • Medical Imaging Techniques
  • Modern Physics
  • Multivariate calculus and differential equations
  • Numerical Methods
  • Pattern Recognition
  • Probability and Statistics
  • Project Work
  • Telemedicine
  • Tissue Engineering
  • Laser and Fiber Optics in Medicine

Career Opportunities

Graduates need to register to be a Graduate Engineer from the Board of Engineers Malaysia (BEM) while the certificates accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Council Malaysia (EAC) to become a formal engineer.

This course offers wide-ranging job opportunities in the chemical, food processing, biological process, pharmaceutical and material industry to work as a biochemical engineer, in charge of the design, control, management and supervision of the organisms’ chemical reaction and the manufacturing process of products or on the research and development in the corresponding sector.

Engineering - Chemical Engineering

Introduction

Chemical engineering is a branch of engineering that involves the principles of physics, chemistry, economics and mathematics. The industries that use chemical raw materials, for examples petroleum refining industry, metallurgical industry, food, pharmaceutical and paper manufacturing industry require chemical reaction to refine the raw materials and transform them into more valuable products, such as fertilizers, petroleum, plastic, glass and paper pulp. On top of that, students will learn to design, manage, control and operate the chemical processes and the production line, with the main objective to mitigate the pollutant produced during the chemical process.

 

Study Subjects

  • Basic Electrical and/or Mechanical Engineering
  • Bio-process Engineering and/or Biochemical Engineering
  • Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics
  • Chemical Reaction Engineering
  • Corrosion Engineering and/or Piping Engineering
  • Environmental Studies and/or Industrial Pollution and Control
  • Food Processing and Technology
  • General Chemical Technology
  • Green Chemical Engineering
  • Interfacial Science
  • Management Science and/or Economics and Financial Analysis
  • Mass Transfer
  • Material Science and Technology
  • Mechanical Unit Operations
  • Microscale Unit operations
  • Momentum Transfer
  • Non-Newtonian Flow and Rheology
  • Nuclear Process Engineering
  • Pharmaceuticals and Fine Chemicals
  • Plant Design and Economics
  • Plant Utilities
  • Polymer Technology
  • Process Equipment Design
  • Process Heat Transfer
  • Process Modelling and Control
  • Renewable Energy Engineering
  • Scale up methods
  • Transport Phenomenon

 

Career Opportunities

To become a formal engineer, graduates need to register to be a Graduate Engineer from the Board of Engineers Malaysia (BEM) while the certificates accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Council Malaysia (EAC).

Graduates may devote themselves to the industrial community, for instance, petrochemical, chemical, textile, food processing, biological process, semiconductor, metal, pharmaceutical and oil palm industry to work as a chemical engineer and in charge of the design, control, manage and supervise the chemical reaction and the manufacturing process in the factory.

Engineering - Civil Engineering

Introduction

Civil engineering is a proficient engineering discipline which mainly deals with the construction of houses, buildings and bridges. The procedures of building a facility include survey, design and construction, which indicates the learning scope of courses revolves around these three topics. In the surveying session, students learn engineering, geological, soil and water quality survey to decide the size and variety of the building base. Students also study soil mechanics, engineering mechanics, architectural drawing and the theory and techniques of engineering design. Furthermore, the construction stage is the focus of the course. Students will learn to measure the number of raw materials, equipment, manpower used in the project, and determine the amount of foundation, cement, asphalt, or steel used, suitability and strength, characteristics of the mixing plan such as the proportion of water, cement, sand, and gravel, and operational management knowledge of various construction projects.

 

Study Subjects

  • Civil Engineering Materials
  • Coastal Engineering
  • Construction Engineering
  • Design of Hydraulic Structures
  • Environmental Engineering
  • Geotechnical Engineering
  • Geotechnics
  • Highway / Traffic Engineering
  • Hydraulics
  • Material science and engineering
  • Structural Mechanics 
  • Surveying
  • Transportation Engineering
  • Urban Engineering

 

Career Opportunities

To become a formal engineer, Graduates need to register to be a Graduate Engineer from the Board of Engineers Malaysia (BEM) while the certificates accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Council Malaysia (EAC).

Graduates may consider engaging themselves into civil engineering design, planning and construction-related field, for examples, the construction contractor company and the land development company to work as a design or site engineer.

Engineering - Electrical & Electronic Engineering

Introduction

Electrical and electronic engineering are both disciplinary that study electric. Electrical engineering focuses more on power generation, power supply and electric motors. For instance, the procedures of producing and supplying electricity to the users, devices involved in the supply, and the design, manufacture, installation and maintenance of devices. Furthermore, students also learn the designs and drives which convert electric energy into kinetic energy. On the other hand, electronic engineering emphasizes on the circuits in electronic devices, for examples, semiconductor, circuit board and electronic circuit design.

 

Study Subjects

  • Automatic Control and Instrumentation
  • Circuits and Devices
  • Communication Systems
  • Computing Applications for Engineers
  • Digital and Analogue Electronics
  • Elec Energy Generation and Utilisation
  • Electrical Power and Machines
  • Electromagnetic Fields & Waves
  • Engineering Design and Project Management
  • Engineering Mathematics
  • High Voltage Engineering
  • Integrated Electronics
  • Microprocessors and Computer Architecture
  • Power Electronics and Industrial Drives
  • Power System Analysis and Protection
  • Professional Engineers and Society
  • Programming Techniques
  • Signals and Systems

Career Opportunities

To become a formal engineer, graduates need to register to be a Graduate Engineer from the Board of Engineers Malaysia (BEM) while the certificates accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Council Malaysia (EAC).

Generally, graduates may engage in the industrial and commercial sector, to perform their profession in power supply companies, telecommunications companies, electronics companies or factories. Engineer, maintenance technician, technician, product developer and technical developer are among the alternatives of the graduates.

Engineering - Environment Engineering

Introduction

Environmental engineering major in overcoming the environmental health problems through the engineering theory and practical actions. For instance, furnishing safe water supply to the public, disposing and recycling wastewater and solid waste properly, establishing sanitary drainage systems in urban and rural areas, controlling soil and air pollution and eliminating the social and environmental impact of these problems. The engineering part of this disciplinary all relates to environmental science, such as biochemical treatment of organic wastewater, sustainable development of landfill projects and the environmental pollution remediation of ecological projects. Consequently, other than the techniques and theories of civil engineering, students also need to study knowledge in environmental science. As the rise of environmental issues and the expansion of its influence, the more contents in this disciplinary. Environment engineering has become an increasingly in-demand specialization in the 21 century.

 

Study Subjects

  • Additional Mathematics
  • Biology
  • Chemistry
  • Civil Engineering
  • Climate Change and Adaptation
  • Conservation Biology and Sustainability
  • Contamination and Pollution
  • Economics
  • Environmental Impact Assessment
  • Environmental Law and Regulations
  • Fluid Mechanics
  • Geography
  • Green Engineering Principles and Applications
  • Mathematics
  • Mining Engineering
  • Physics
  • Processes in Chemistry
  • Socio-Environmental Aspects
  • Solid and Hazardous Waste Management
  • Technologies and Systems for Environmental Solutions

 

Career Opportunities

To become a formal environmental engineer, graduates need to register to be a Graduate Engineer from the Board of Engineers Malaysia (BEM) while the certificates accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Council Malaysia (EAC).

Graduates may devote to the government departments or the construction industry and business industry to work as an environmental engineer or consultant, taking charge of the project evaluation and supervision, in addition with the design, planning, management and construction of the environmental engineering.

Engineering - Manufacturing Engineering

Introduction

Manufacturing engineering is the branch of engineering that focuses on industrial production and manufacturing systems. It is the foundation of manufacturing development. Students will not only be familiarized with various manufacturing processes, engineering procedures and production methods for industrial products but also have the ability to design and manufacturing processes, research and develop new tools and machines and equipment, research and develop new technological processes and then integrated into a new manufacturing system to achieve the production of high-quality products at the lowest cost

 

Study Subjects

  • Mechanical Design
  • Mechanical Principles
  • Mechanical Manufacturing Technology Foundation
  • Theoretical Mechanics
  • Material Mechanics
  • Mechanical Drawing
  • Mechanical Control Engineering
  • Electromechanical Transmission
  • Mechanical Testing Technology Foundation
  • Electrical Engineering Technology Foundation
  • Mechanical Manufacturing Automation
  • Micro Manufacturing Engineering

 

Career Opportunities

Graduates must register as Graduate Engineers with BEM (Board of Engineers Malaysia) and the qualification must be approved by EAC (Engineering Accreditation Council Malaysia) in order to be certified as a professional engineer. Graduates can generally venture into the manufacturing industry such as plastic product manufacturing plants, metal refineries, automobile manufacturing plants, or serve as manufacturing engineers, technicians and management personnel in electronic factories.

Engineering - Marine Engineering

Introduction

Marine Engineering studies, develops, designs, maintains and restores marine resources with engineering theories and technologies. The specialization can be generally divided into three categories: coastal engineering, offshore engineering and deep-sea engineering. In coastal engineering, students will learn how to carry out new construction, reconstruction, expansion and other projects on the coastline such as reclamation (also known as Marine Reclamation Land) and dam engineering, whereas offshore and deep-sea engineering include the construction of artificial islands, offshore platforms, oil and gas exploration and production platforms, floating airports and etc.

 

Study Subjects

  • Structural Mechanics
  • Hydraulics
  • Soil Mechanics
  • Basic Engineering
  • Hydraulic Engineering
  • Construction Technology and Management
  • Reinforced Concrete Structure
  • Basic Principle Engineering
  • Geology and Hydrogeological Engineering
  • Hydrology
  • Water Resources
  • River Dynamics
  • Coastal Dynamics
  • Rivers and Coastal Buildings

 

Career Opportunities

Graduates must register as Graduate Engineers with BEM (Board of Engineers Malaysia) and the qualification must be approved by EAC (Engineering Accreditation Council Malaysia) in order to be certified as a professional engineer. Graduates can generally devote themselves to fields related to marine engineering design, planning and construction to take charge of design, research, supervision, management and construction of related projects.

Engineering - Mechanical Engineering

Introduction

Mechanical engineering is a department that studies the operating principles of various tools or machines. All tools and machines, such as engines, small generators, air conditioning systems, steam ovens, and various equipment machinery used in the modern industrial field, are the research objects of this department. Students have to learn a wide range, from the operations principles of various machines, to the design and actual production of machines, all within the scope of the course of this department. In addition, students will also learn how to use some computer engineering drawing software to make engineering blueprints.

 

Study Subjects

  • Material science
  • Mechanics
  • Remote control system science
  • Thermal energy
  • Energy science
  • Air cooling science
  • Engine combustion
  • Heat energy transmission
  • Electric power production
  • Liquid science
  • Industrial design
  • Mechanical design
  • System design

 

Career Opportunities

Graduates can generally enter the business sector (such as air-conditioning industry, automotive industry, power plants, chemical factories, food industry, etc.) as mechanical engineers and are responsible for the operation, maintenance, repair and mechanical design of various factory appliances or machines work with R&D and quality management.

Engineering - Mechatronic Engineering

Introduction

Mechatronic engineering is a comprehensive department formed by the fusion of mechanics, electronics, information technology, computer technology and control technology. Student in this department will study basic electronic and electrical theory and technology, mechanics, and the theory, technology, systems, and products produced by the combination of the two. Student will learn how to use these comprehensive knowledge and manufacturing production systems to design or improve new instruments for use in industry or other fields. In addition, students will also be exposed to some robot manufacturing knowledge, such as robot design, robot control and how to mechanize industry.

 

Study Subjects

  • Widget system
  • Electrical engineering
  • Electronic energy
  • Digital system
  • Digital signal and control
  • Engineering mechanics
  • Mechanical design
  • Electrical and electronic technology
  • Electromechanical transmission control
  • Microcomputer principles and interface technology
  • Testing technology
  • Automatic control principles

 

Career Opportunities

Graduates must register with BEM-Board of Engineers Malaysia as Graduate Engineers and their diplomas must be reviewed and approved by (EAC-Engineering Accreditation Council Malaysia) before they can become formal engineers.

Graduates can generally work in the business sector, scientific research institutions, colleges and universities, and state agencies to serve as mechanical engineers in production or related department, and are responsible for the technical development, technical management, research, teaching, trade and management of electronic machinery.

Engineering - Microelectronic Engineering

Introduction

The study of microelectronic engineering is similar to that of electronic engineering, but the research object is microelectronic components and circuits (Circuit), which are smaller than general electronic components. Students in this department must learn how to design, manufacture and use these tiny electronic components and circuits, such as designing electronic circuit boards, digital systems (Numeral System), electronic processors (Processor), electronic chips, etc. In addition, students will also be exposed to various semiconductor (Semiconductor), electronic parts and appliances related knowledge.

Study Subjects

  • Semiconductor physics foundation
  • Semiconductor device and measurement
  • Semiconductor manufacturing technology
  • Microelectronic packaging technology
  • Semiconductor reliability technology
  • Integrated circuit principle
  • Integrated circuit design foundation
  • Integrated circuit design CAD
  • Electrical engineering foundation
  • Analog electronic circuit
  • Digital circuit
  • Programmable logic device
  • Professional English
  • Electronic measurement
  • Single-chip principle
  • Quality management

Career Opportunities

Graduates must register with the BEM-Board of Engineers Malaysia as Graduate Engineers and their diplomas must be reviewed and approved by EAC-Engineering Accreditation Council Malaysia before they can become formal engineers.

Graduates can generally join the business sector such as telecommunications companies, electronic products companies, electronic factories, etc. to serve as engineers, maintenance personnel, technicians, product developers, technical developers and other positions in various departments.

Engineering - Telecommunication Engineering

Introduction

Telecommunication Engineering is a course which focuses on learning how to make telecommunication device, telecommunication settings and technical telecommunication by combining area of Electronic, Mechanical and Computing Engineering

Students will be gaining knowledge like Communication technology, Microwave, Decoding, Teletransmission, Radiowave, and how to design and develop new telecommunication technology.

Study Subjects

  • Electrical
  • Electronics
  • Circuit design
  • Tele electronics  
  • Satellite
  • Photoelectric
  • Radiowave
  • Teletransmission
  • Decoding

 

Career Opportunities

Graduates of Telecommunication Engineering programme must register as “Graduate Engineer” from BEM (Board of Engineering Malaysian), and fulfil EAC (Engineering Accreditation Council Malaysia) assessment in order to get full accreditation.

Graduates can be usually work in Telecommunication companies, electronics and computing companies as technicians and engineers.

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