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Mechanical Engineering Technology (Honours) (Product

Development) – RY57
The objectives of this programme are to produce highly skilled graduates that possess solid foundation
knowledge in the general field of mechanical engineering technology and in the areas of product development
particularly. The programme has been designed in a holistic manner to provide students with a blend of
theoretical knowledge, industrial artistic and technical skills in the discipline of technology-based product
development in line with the requirements of the mechanical engineering industry. Therefore, it would help in
producing engineering technologist who is responsible in preparing, applying, maintaining and developing
products in all aspects to modern mechanical engineering technology.

Core Subjects
1st YEAR

Statics & Dynamics

Mathematics I & II

Material Science

Manufacturing Process

Basic Electrical & Electronics

Engineering Graphics

Workshop Technology

Computer Aided Industrial Design I

Design Appreciation

Design Fundamentals

Design Visualization

Design Practice

2nd YEAR

Mathematics III

Strength of Materials

Computer Programming

Applied Ergonomics & Safety

Design Studio  CAID II  Rapid Prototyping I & II  Product Data Management 3rd YEAR  Industrial Dialogue  Economic Principles  Innovation Management & Product Development  Consumer Behaviour  Product Management for Designers  Design Studio II  Product Study & Professional Practice  Elective I  Final Year Project I 4th YEAR  Industrial Dialogue  Economic Principles  Innovation Management & Product Development  Consumer Behaviour  Product Management for Designers  Design Studio II  Product Study & Professional Practice  Elective I  Final Year Project I ELECTIVE SUBJECTS  Commercialization Culture  Design Studio II . Design Integration.

creative and well verse with the stateof-the art technology related to mechanical engineering technology. material. the required university courses allow the students to enhance their communication and thinking skills. this programme emphasises on the applications or utilisations of related knowledge and skills within the spectrum of mechanical and machining technology fields. This includes the fields of mechanical. Elective II  Product Study & Professional Practice  Final Year Project I Mechanical Engineering Technology (Honours) (Machining) – RY55 This programme prepares the workforces who are productive. In addition. In essence. management of technology and sustainability. the programme curricular is designed to lead towards practical needs so as to produce highly skilled graduates in the field of engineering and technology that meet the recent industrial requirement and other sectors concerned. design. innovative. fabrication. metal cutting technology. In particular. Core Subjects 1st YEAR  Statics and Dynamics  Material Science  Basic Electrical and Electronic  Manufacturing Process  Engineering Graphics  Computer Aided Design  Workshop Practice  Metrology  Theory in Machining  Mathematics for Engineering Technology I 2nd YEAR  Strength of Materials  Heat Transfer  Noise & Vibration . as well as ethical elements of professionalism in their careers.

 Metallurgy  Geometric  Dimensioning & Tolerancing  Jigs & Fixtures Design  Conventional Machining  Advanced Machining Technology I  Mathematics for Engineering Technology II 3rd YEAR  Process Control and Dynamics  Utility Design  Separation Engineering  Elective I and II  Final Year Project 1  Safety and Loss Prevention  Process Plant Design I  Process Equipment  Mechanical Design  Engineering Technology Management 4th YEAR  Quality Control  Maintenance  Manufacturing Economics  Computer Aided Manufacturing  Advanced Machining Technology II  Sustainable Machining  Elective course I  Machining Project .

 Final Year Project I  Mathematics for Engineering Technology III ELECTIVE SUBJECTS  Elective course II  Elective course III  Final Year Project II  Engineering Technology Management  Engineering Technologist in Society  Industrial Training .