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UNDERGRADUATE

PROSPECTUS
2016-2017
UNDERGRADUATE
PROSPECTUS
2016-2017
UNDERGRADUATE PROSPECTUS 2016/2017

CONTENTS

5 Malaysia On Your Doorstep

6 Welcome to Kuantan

7 Forward from Vice- Chancellor

8 Vision, Mission, Objectives, Philosophy and Core Values

9 Research and Development

10 Welcome to UMP

11 Academic Facilities and Resources

11 Library

11 Student Support Services

18 Faculties and Programmes

16 Academic Calendar

22 Faculty of Electrical & Electronics Engineering

47 Faculty of Computer Systems & Software Engineering

79 Faculty of Chemical & Natural Resources Engineering

106 Faculty of Civil Engineering And Earth Resources

136 Faculty of Mechanical Engineering

182 Faculty of Industrial Sciences And Technology

233 Faculty of Manufacturing Engineering

270 Faculty of Engineering Technology

349 Faculty of Industrial Management

403 Centre For Modern Languages And Human Sciences

444 Students Affairs And Alumni Department

447 Co-Curriculum Centre

452 Entry Requirements

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MALAYSIA ON YOUR DOORSTEP

Geographically, Malaysia is as diverse as its culture. Malaysia is divided into 13 states and three Federal
Territories, separated by the South China Sea with 11 states and two federal territories (Kuala Lumpur
and Putrajaya) in Peninsular Malaysia and two states and one federal territory (Labuan) in East Malaysia.

One of Malaysia’s key attractions is its extreme contrasts. Towering skyscrapers look down upon wooden
houses built on stilts, and five-star hotels sit several meters away from ancient reefs. Cool hideaways are
found in the highlands that roll down to warm, sandy beaches and rich, humid mangroves.

Pahang, which covers an area of 35,960 sq. km, is the largest state in Peninsular Malaysia. Pahang has so
much to offer the visitor that tourists, both locals and foreign, come back again and again.
Pahang has cool green mountains, rain forests, hill resorts, tranquil fishing villages, long stretches of sandy
beaches, mysterious caves and unspoiled lakes.

With a population of one million, the state, which lies on the East Coast of Peninsular Malaysia offers the
finest beaches such as the famous Cherating Beach, Teluk Chempedak and Beserah Beach. There are
also renowned hill resorts of Cameron Highlands, Genting Highlands and Frasers Hill. If you are looking
for an adventure, why not visit parks such as Kenong Rimba, Endau-Rompin and Taman Negara (National
Park).

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PAHANG

WELCOME TO KUANTAN
Kuantan, the capital of the state of Pahang is the gateway to an adventurous, thrilling and exhilarating
tropical holiday.

The town, located on the east of the state of Pahang facing the blue South China Sea, is fast developing
into a modern commercial center while still retaining its unique age-old charm and heritage. Modern high-
rise structures cohabit harmoniously with pre-war shop houses and colonial buildings. The State Mosque,
with its distinctive dome and minarets in a pastel shade of sky blue and mint green stands regal in the
middle of the town as a prominent landmark to newcomers.

Place of interests are aplenty in and on the outskirts of Kuantan. A visit to Kuantan is not complete without
visiting some of these places, which never fail to arouse the curiosity of the visitors.

The Kuantan river cruise takes visitors through the picturesque landscape of a 500-year mangrove forest
reserve that spreads along the Kuantan River. The swamp which covers an area of 340 hectares, is home
to a fascinating varieties of estuarine plants, birds and fish species.

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FOREWORD FROM THE


VICE CHANCELLOR

Greetings

Celebrating the 13th year of establishment as the sixteenth Public University in Malaysia, UMP offers a
wide range of academic programmes in various engineering, science and technology, technology and
management disciplines from diploma to postgraduate for local and international students.

This Undergraduate Prospectus provides you with useful information about UMP’s background, admission
requirements, structure of our academic programmes, nine faculties and general information on the
services and facilities available.

As a focused university, developing our niche namely chemical engineering, industrial biotechnology and
automotive engineering is our main priority. At the same time, UMP also ventures into other engineering
disciplines such as civil and environmental engineering, electrical and electronics engineering and
software engineering.

We look forward in welcoming you as a new member of our UMPian community. Join us and you will not
only find that the educational experience is enjoyable and rewarding, you will also be exposed to the best
in engineering, science and technology education!

Warmest regards,

PROFESSOR DATO’ DR DAING NASIR IBRAHIM


VICE CHANCELLOR

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VISION & MISSION PHILOSOPHY

To be a world‐class Technological University. Knowledge, a trust bestowed by Allah to man


vicegerent on earth, is to be fully utilized. Emphasis
MISSION is an applied knowledge guided by Islamic values
to develop human capital towards universal
We provide high quality education, research and harmony and prosperity.
services in engineering and technology in a culture
of creativity and innovation. CORE VALUES

OBJECTIVES 1. Strong bond with the creator


2. Steadfast in upholding shared principles.
1. To produce outstanding graduates by 3. Creative in making wise decisions.
providing competitive engineering and 4. Resolute in facing challenges.
technological programmes.
2. To spearhead cutting edge industry‐relevant
research initiatives.
3. To be a leading service provider to industries
and community based on our niche and areas
of expertise.
4. To be recognized as an institution for excellent
management and work culture.

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RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT Focus Group

UMP’s research are centred around specific Niche • Chemical Engineering


Areas which are • Biotechnology
• Automotive
• Chemical Engineering and Industrial • Manufacturing
Biotechnology
• Automotive Engineering and Manufacturing Expert Groups

The university focuses on applied research and • Process Instrumentation and Control
industrial projects to boost the teaching and • Innovative Construction
learning process with four focus groups and six • Information Technology
expert groups: • Human Sciences
• Environmental
• Advanced Material

INTERNATIONAL RECOGNITION AND ACHIEVEMENTS

The University has established links with reputable institutions of higher learning in Germany, United
States, Indonesia and more on academic collaboration, student as well as staff exchange, and research.
Exhibition of research products by renowned researchers of the University is among the university‘s main
agenda. UMP has received various awards from the International Invention, Innovation, Industrial Design
and Technology Exhibition (ITEX), the International Exhibition Ideas‐ Inventions New Products (IENA 07)
in Germany, the Malaysian Invention and Design Society (MINDS) and many more.

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WELCOME TO UMP
Universiti Malaysia Pahang (UMP) offers a wide range of practical-based higher education programmes in
engineering and technology to produce competent engineers.

The application-oriented curriculum which integrates theory and practice in the concept of a teaching
factory emphasizes experiential and action learning that is task-oriented and concentrated on problem-
solving.

UMP focuses on applied research and industrial projects to enrich the teaching and learning processes
while promoting the commercialization of the research products, thus exposing our students to the latest
research and development activities in the industries.

Our campus is fully-equipped with the latest ICT systems, including a wireless broadband internet
connection to facilitate the university’s electronic-based e-Learning and e-Management activities. UMP
is committed to the development of human capital and technology to fulfill the needs of industries and
contribute to national development.

UMP Campus in Gambang, Kuantan, Pahang

UMP now operates at two separate campuses, one in Gambang of about 30 km away from the state
capital Kuantan and another in the designated royal residential toen of Pekan. Collectively, the University
encompasses a land area of 65,000 square meters, accommodating 5,000 students.

The University is only 2.5 hours away from Kuala Lumpur, via the East Coast Expressway. Being
strategically located in the East Coast Industrial Belt of Peninsular Malaysia- which hosts a number of
multinational corporations (MNCs) in the chemical, petro-chemical, manufacturing, automotive and
biotechnology industries. UMP students get extensive exposure to the latest development in the fields of
engineering and technology.

UMP Campus in Pekan, Pahang

UMP’s main campus of 642 acres in Pekan


Began Its Operation In July 2009. At present, the
campus harbours three engineering faculties,
namely the Mechanical, Electrical & Electronics
and Manufacturing Engineering Faculties. When
construction is fully completed, the Pekan campus
can accommodate up to a total of 10,000 students
and 2,000 staff.

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ACADEMIC FACILITIES AND RESOURCES

LIBRARY

UMP has two libraries, one at each campus. The library of UMP plays an important role in its service for
resources in teaching and learning, research and consultancy. It is also a catalyst in promoting culture of
knowledge sharing at UMP and the community enriching various knowledge repository.

The library in Pekan campus started its services since March 2010. UMP libraries have a vast collection of
books and multimedia for circulation and reference. UMP also subscribes to various repository databases.
Physical facilities include discussion rooms, seminar rooms, multimedia rooms, computer laboratories and
audio visual rooms.

The e-Resources of UMP library provide comprehensive access to full-text e-jounals available at the
library. The portal allows you to search for online databases, e-jounals, e-books by title or browse title by
subject.

STUDENT SUPPORT SERVICES

UMP in Gambang has been specially refurbished to provide an excellent study and learning environment.
The university provides a wide variety of campus facilities for its academic staff and students. UMP has set
up facilities to ensure that students enjoy the convenience of travel and accommodation when undertaking
a programme at the university.

UMP is equipped with wireless internet accesses, which allow students and staff to access the internet
from their laptops. Wireless internet access points have been installed at strategic locations on campus to
facilitate internet access. UMP students, with notebooks, thus have the advantage of being able to access
the internet anywhere, anytime on campus that is within range of the wireless internet access points. This
flexibility allows them to access and download material from the web directly to their notebooks at their
conveniences.

The Students Affairs & Alumni Department (SAFFAD) administers all matters relating to student welfare
on campus. There are numerous student clubs and societies to meet the varied interests and recreational
needs of the students.

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INTERNATIONAL OFFICE

The international Office (IO) serves as a ‘one stop centre’ for all internationalization activities of the
university. IO is committed to provide high quality services to its internal and external clients. The IO
will also strive to promote and enrich the academic and cultural experience at UMP by facilitating the
exchange of people and ideas.

ACCOMMODATION

UMP provides ample accommodation for undergraduate and graduate students in five residential colleges.
Available allocation is for 70% students only. Room types available are single, twin sharing and quad
sharing. Bus services are provided to students who are living at nearby housing estates for commuting to
the campuses. An inter-campus bus services is also provided every 15 minutes in the morning and another
series in the evening.

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FACILITIES

Sport facilities available in UMP campus are gymnasium, badminton court, squash court, table tennis,
tennis court, basketball, soccer field, volleyball and takraw court. The sports complex building has the
biggest capacity in Pahang with twelve badminton courts. UMP also has a jogging track with exercise
equipment.

HEALTH SERVICES

UMP has a medical centre that gives outpatient services to the students and staff of UMP. It is situated
strategically in the centre of the campus with easy access for all students.

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FACULTIES AND PROGRAMMES

NON MALAYSIAN
PROGRAMMES

EQUIVALENT
DURATIONS

DIPLOMA /
FACULTY

A-LEVEL
MATRIC
STPM
SPM
Faculty Of Civil B.Eng (Hons.) Civil
4 Years √ √ √  √ √
Engineering & Engineering  
Earth Resources Diploma In Civil 2 Years

Engineering 9 Months          
B.Eng (Hons.)
Chemical 4 Years √ √ √  √ √
Faculty Of Engineering  
Chemical &
Natural Resources
Engineering
Diploma In Chemical
2 Years
Engineering √          
9 Months
(Process Plant)

B.Eng (Hons.)
Electrical
4 Years √ √ √ √  √
Engineering
(Electronics)  
Faculty Of B.Eng (Hons.)
Electrical & Electrical
4 Years √ √ √ √  √
Electronics Engineering (Power
Engineering System)  
Diploma In Electrical
Engineering 2 Years

(Industrial 9 Months
Electronics)          

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FACULTIES AND PROGRAMMES

NON MALAYSIAN
PROGRAMMES

EQUIVALENT
DURATIONS

DIPLOMA /
FACULTY

A-LEVEL
MATRIC
STPM
SPM
B.Eng (Hons.)
Mechanical 4 Years √ √ √ √ √
Engineering  
B.Eng (Hons.)
Mechanical
4 Years √ √ √ √ √
Engineering
(Automotive)  
Faculty Of
Mechanical B.Eng (Hons.)
Engineering Automotive
Engineering -
4 1/2 Years √ √ √ √ √
(Collaboration
Programme With
Hska, Germany)  
Diploma In
2 Years
Mechanical √
9 Months
Engineering          
Bachelor Of
Computer
Science (Software 4 Years √ √ √ √ √
Engineering) With
Honours  
Bachelor Of
Computer Science
Faculty Of (Computer Systems 4 Years √ √ √ √ √
Computer & Networking) With
Systems & Honours  
Software Bachelor Of
Engineering Computer Science
(Graphics &
4 Years √ √ √ √ √
Multimedia
Technology) With
Honours  
Diploma In 2 Years

Computer Science 9 Months          

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FACULTIES AND PROGRAMMES

PROGRAMMES

EQUIVALENT
DURATIONS

MALAYSIAN
DIPLOMA /
FACULTY

A-LEVEL
MATRIC
STPM

NON
SPM
Faculty Of 4 Years   √ √ √ √ √
Industrial Sciences Bachelor Of Applied
& Technology Science (Hons.)
Industrial Chemistry
4 Years   √ √ √ √ √
Bachelor Of
Applied Science
(Hons.) Industrial
Biotechnology
4 Years   √ √ √ √ √
Bachelor Of Applied
Science (Hons.)
Material Technology
Faculty Of 4 Years   √ √ √ √ √
B.Eng (Hons.)
Manufacturing
Manufacturing
Engineering
Engineering
4 Years   √ √ √ √ √
B.Eng (Hons.)
Mechatronics
Engineering
4 1/2   √ √ √ √ √
B.Eng (Hons.) Years
Mechatronics
Engineering -
(Collaboration
Programme With
Hska, Germany)

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PROGRAMMES

EQUIVALENT
DURATIONS

MALAYSIAN
DIPLOMA /
FACULTY

A-LEVEL
MATRIC
STPM

NON
SPM
Faculty Of 4 Years   √ √ √ √ √
Industrial Bachelor Of Project
Management Management With
Hons.
Bachelor Of 4 Years   √ √ √ √ √
Industrial
Technology
Management With
Honours
4 Years   √ √ √ √
Bachelor Of
Business
Engineering With
Hons.
Faculty Of Bachelor Of 4 Years   √ √ √ √ √
Engineering Occupational Safety
Technology And Health With
Hons.
4 Years   √ √ √ √ √
Bachelor Of
Engineering
Technology
(Infrastructure
Management) With
Hons.
Bachelor Of 4 Years   √ √ √ √ √
Engineering
Technology
(Electrical) With
Hons.
4 Years   √ √ √ √ √
Bachelor Of
Engineering
Technology
(Manufacturing)
With Hons.
4 Years   √ √ √ √ √
Bachelor Of
Engineering
Technology
(Pharmaceutical)
With Hons.
Bachelor Of 4 Years   √ √ √ √ √
Engineering
Technology (Energy
& Environmental)
With Hons.
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ACADEMIC CALENDAR
2016/2017 ACADEMIC SESSION
BACHELOR DEGREE PROGRAMME AND DIPLOMA (FULL TIME)

PRELIMINARY SHORT SEMESTER (NEW DIPLOMA STUDENTS)

ACTIVITIES DURATION DATE


Registration of new students (Diploma) 1 day 28 May 2016 (Saturday)
30 May 2016 (Monday) to 22 July
Lecture (AA) 8 weeks
2016 (Friday)
25 July 2016 (Monday) to 29 July
Examination 1 week
2016 (Friday)

NOTE:
Students Orientation Week for Diploma Programme will be held on 28 to 29 May 2016.

SEMESTER I

ACTIVITIES DURATION DATE


Registration of new students (Degree – 1 day 26 August 2015 (Friday)
International Students)
Registration of new students (Degree) 1 day 28 August 2016 (Sunday)
Lecture (A) 7 weeks 5 September 2016 (Monday) to
21 October 2016 (Friday)
Semester I Mid Term Break 1 week 22 October 2016 (Saturday) to
30 October 2016 (Sunday)
Lecture 7 weeks 31 October 2016 (Monday) to
16 December 2016 (Friday)
Preparation Week 1 week 17 December 2016 (Saturday)
to 26 December 2016 (Monday)
Semester I Final Examination 2 weeks 27 December 2016 (Tuesday) to
8 January 2017 (Sunday)

NOTE:
Students Induction Week (MINDS) Bachelor Degree Programme And Diploma will be held on 28 August to 3 September 2016 .

SEMESTER II

ACTIVITIES DURATION DATE


Registration of new students
1 day 10 February 2017 (Friday)
(Degree – Semester II Entry)
Lecture 7 weeks 13 February 2017 (Monday) to 31
Mac 2017 (Friday)
Semester II Mid Term Break 1 week 1 April 2017 (Saturday) to 9 April
2017 (Sunday)

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ACTIVITIES DURATION DATE


Lecture 7 weeks 10 April 2017 (Monday) to 26 May
2017 (Friday)
Preparation Week 1 week 27 May 2017 (Saturday) to 4 June
2017 (Sunday)
Semester II Final Examination 2 weeks 5 June 2017 (Monday) to 18 June
2017 (Sunday)

SHORT SEMESTER

ACTIVITIES DURATION DATE

Short Semester Registration 2 days 22 June 2017 (Thursday) to 23 June


2017 (Friday)
Lecture ( D ) 8 weeks 26 June 2017 (Monday) to 18
August 2017 (Friday)
Short Semester Examination 1 week 21 August 2017 (Monday) to 25
August 2017 (Friday)

2016/2017 PUBLIC HOLIDAY FOR FEDERAL AND STATE OF PAHANG

AA Eidul Fitri 1437 H 6 & 7 July 2016 (Wednesday & Thursday)


- National Day 31 August 2016 (Wednesday)
- Malaysia Day 16 September 2016 (Friday)
A Eidul Adha 1437 H 12 September 2016 (Monday)
- Awal Muharam 1438 H 2 October 2016 (Sunday)
- Birthday of KDYMM 24 October 2016 (Monday)
Sultan Pahang
B Deepavali 29 October 2016 (Saturday)
- Prophet Muhammad 12 December 2016 (Monday)
Birthday S.A.W.
C Christmas 25 December 2016 (Sunday)
- Chinese New Year 28 January & 29 January 2017 (Saturday & Sunday)

- Labour Day 1 May 2017 (Monday)

- Hol Day of Pahang 7 May 2017 (Sunday)

- Nuzul Al-Quran 1438 H 12 June 2017 (Monday)

D Eidul Fitri 1438 H 26 June & 27 June 2017 (Monday & Tuesday)

This academic calendar is subject to changes (if any) which will be notified by the university.

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UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMMES

PEKAN CAMPUS

FACULTY OF ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING

• B.Eng (Hons.) Electrical Engineering (Electronics)


• B.Eng (Hons.) Electrical Engineering (Power Systems)
• Diploma in Electrical Engineering (Industrial Electronics)

FACULTY OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

• B.Eng (Hons.) Mechanical Engineering


• B.Eng (Hons.) Mechanical Engineering (Automotive)
• B.Eng (Hons.) Automotive Engineering (Collaboration
with HsKA, Germany)
• Diploma in Mechanical Engineering

FACULTY OF MANUFACTURING ENGINEERING

• B.Eng (Hons.) Manufacturing Engineering


• B.Eng (Hons.) Mechatronic Engineering
• B.Eng (Hons.) Mechatronic Engineering (Collaboration
with HsKA, Germany)

GAMBANG CAMPUS

FACULTY OF CIVIL ENGINEERING & EARTH RESOURCES

• B.Eng (Hons.) Civil Engineering


• Diploma in Civil Engineering

FACULTY OF CHEMICAL & NATURAL RESOURCES ENGINEERING

• B.Eng (Hons.) Chemical Engineering


• Bachelor of Engineering Technology (Chemical) with Honours
• Diploma in Chemical Engineering (Process Plant)

FACULTY OF COMPUTER SYSTEMS & SOFTWARE ENGINEERING

• Bachelor of Computer Science (Software Engineering) with Honours


• Bachelor of Computer Science (Computer Systems & Networking) with Honours
• Bachelor of Computer Science (Graphics & Multimedia Technology) with Honours
• Diploma in Computer Science

FACULTY OF ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY

• Bachelor of Occupational Safety and Health with Hons


• Bachelor of Engineering Technology (Electrical) with Honours
• Bachelor of Engineering Technology (Energy & Environmental) with Honours
• Bachelor of Engineering Technology (Infrastructure Management) with Honours
• Bachelor of Engineering Technology (Manufacturing) with Honours
• Bachelor of Engineering Technology (Pharmaceutical) with Honours
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FACULTY OF INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT

• Bachelor of Project Management with Hons.


• Bachelor of Industrial Technology Management with Hons
• Bachelor of Business Engineering with Honours

FACULTY OF INDUSTRIAL SCIENCES AND TECHNOLOGY

• Bachelor of Applied Science (Hons.) Industrial Chemistry


• Bachelor of Applied Science (Hons.) Industrial Biotechnology
• Bachelor of Applied Science (Hons.) Material Technology

COLLABORATION PROGRAMMES BETWEEN UMP AND LOCAL EDUCATION INSTITUTIONS

ACADEMIC COLLABORATION PROGRAMMES WITH GERMAN-MALAYSIAN INSTITUTE (GMI)

• Bachelor of Engineering Technology (Manufacturing) with Honours


• Bachelor of Engineering Technology (Electrical) with Honours

ACADEMIC COLLABORATION PROGRAMME WITH INTERNATIONAL COLLEGE OF AUTOMOTIVE


MALAYSIA (DHU)

• Bachelor of Industrial Technology Management with Hons.

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FACULTY OF ELECTRICAL &
ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING
UNDERGRADUATE PROSPECTUS 2016/2017

FACULTY OF ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING


INTRODUCTION

The Faculty of Electrical & Electronic Engineering was first established on 16th February, 2002 with the
aim of producing high-skilled engineers and technical assistants in the field of electrical and electronic
engineering. The faculty delivers high quality teaching in diploma and degree, which combine technological
and engineering aspects, targeting both theory and practical skills. The programs offered by the faculty
focus on two areas that are electronics and power systems. Besides producing professional and semi-
professional engineers in electrical and electronic engineering, the faculty aims at being a leading service
provider in its field related to the petrochemical and manufacturing industries.

The faculty’s research activities are organized broadly into groups of expertise, in the fields of computer
vision, intelligent system, signal processing, applied electronics, robotics, control & instrumentation,
optimization, power system and renewable energy. Each group collaborates widely with partner in
industrial and research institutions, funded by a wide range of sources. The objective of the research
activities is to become the center of reference for industries in electrical and electronic solutions especially
in the east coast region of Peninsular Malaysia.

PROGRAMMES OFFERED

• B.Eng (Hons.) Electrical Engineering (Electronics)- BEE


• B.Eng (Hons.) Electrical Engineering (Power Systems) - BEP
• B.Eng (Hons.) Electrical Engineering (Part Time) (Electronics) - BET
• Diploma in Electrical Engineering (Industrial Electronics) – DEE

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

The demand for professionals in the fields of electrical and electronics is increasing by the year. Graduates
will have the opportunity to work in the fields of industrial power systems, consumer and mindustrial
electronics, manufacturing, and education.

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CURRICULUM STRUCTURE
B.ENG (HONS.) ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING (ELECTRONICS)

FIRST SECOND THIRD FOURTH


YEAR
SEMESTER FIRST SECOND FIRST SECOND FIRST SECOND THIRD FIRST SECOND
BEE2233 BEE3133 BEE3805 BEE4323
BEE1133 BEE1143 BEE1313 BEE2123
ANALOG ELECTRICAL INDUSTRIAL EMBEDDED BEE4**3
CIRCUIT CIRCUIT INSTRUMENTATION ELECTRICAL
ELECTRONICS POWER TRAINIG CONTROLLER (ELECTIVE 3)
ANALYSIS 1 ANALYSIS 2 & MEASUREMENTS MACHINES
2 SYSTEMS (HW) TECHNOLOGY
BEE1971 BEE2213 BEE3233 BEE3313
BEE1213 BEE4413
LOW VOLTAGE ANALOG ELECTRONIC BEE2223 PRINCIPLES OF BEE4**3
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DIGITAL DIGITAL SIGNAL


ELECTRICAL ELECTRONICS 1 SYSTEM MICROPROCESSOR CONTROL (ELECTIVE 4)
ELECTRONICS PROCESSING
INSTALLATION DESIGN SYSTEMS
BEE1223 BEE3941 BEE4213
BEE2143 BEE3113
BUF1113 COMPUTER MICROCONTR MULTIMEDIA BEE4**3 BEE4**3
SIGNALS & ELECTROMAGNETI
BASIC PHYSICS PROGRAMMING & OLLER TECHNOLOGY & (ELECTIVE 1) (ELECTIVE 5)
NETWORKS C FIELDS THEORY
APPLICATION APPLICATION APPLICATIONS
BUM2133 BEE1611 BEE3413 BEE4724
BUM2123 BEE4641
ORDINARY BEE2931 OCCUPATIONA PRINCIPLES OF BEE4**3 ENGINEERIN
COURSES APPLIED ENGINEERS &

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DIFFERENTIAL BASIC PLC L SAFETY & COMMUNICATION (ELECTIVE 2) G PROJECT
CALCULUS SOCIETY
EQUATION HEALTH SYSTEMS 2
UHL2412 UHL2422 BEE3333
BUM2313 BEE1111 BEE4632 BEE4712
ENGLISH FOR ENGLISH FOR INTEGRATED
NUMERICAL PROJECT MAINTENANCE ENGINEERING
ACADEMIC TECHNICAL ENGINEERING
METHODS MANAGEMENT TECHNOLOGY PROJECT 1
COMMUNICATION COMMUNICATION DESIGN
UHR1012 UHF11*1 UHL2432
BUM2413 UHM2022 UGE2002
ISLAMIC AND FOREIGN ENGLISH FOR UHS2021
APPLIED ETHNIC TECHNOPRENEURSHI
ASIAN LANGUAGE LEVEL PROFESSIONAL SOFT SKILLS 2
STATISTICS RELATIONS P
CIVILIZATIONS 1 COMMUNICATION
UHF21*1
UQB1**1 UQ*2**1
FOREIGN UHS1021
CO-CURRICULUM CO-CURRICULUM
LANGUAGE SOFT SKILLS 1
1 2
LEVEL 2

TOTAL
15 16 16 13 15 15 5 16 13
CREDIT
TOTAL
CREDIT FOR 124
GRADUATION
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ELECTIVE COURSES FOR


B.ENG (HONS.) ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING (ELECTRONICS)

NO. CODE COURSE CREDIT HOUR


Power Electronics & Drives
1 BEE4223 3
Systems
2 BEE4233 Data Communications 3
3 BEE4253 Computer Vision Systems 3
4 BEE4333 Intelligent Control 3
5 BEE4343 Process Control 3
6 BEE4363 Distributed Control System 3
7 BEE4373 Robotics 3
8 BEE4423 RF Circuit Design 3
9 BEE4433 Antenna & Propagation 3
10 BEE4523 Industrial Instrumentation 3
11 BEE4553 VLSI Design & Process 3

Rapid Digital System


12 BEE4563 3
Prototyping

TOTAL MINIMUM CREDITS OF ELECTIVE COURSES FOR


15
GRADUATION

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CURRICULUM STRUCTURE
B.ENG (HONS.) ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING (POWER SYSTEMS)

YEAR FIRST SECOND THIRD FOURTH

SEMESTER FIRST SECOND FIRST SECOND FIRST SECOND THIRD FIRST SECOND

BEE2233 BEE3133 BEE3805 BEE4143


BEE1133 BEE1143 BEE1313 BEE3143
ANALOG ELECTRICAL INDUSTRIAL POWER SYSTEM BEE4**3
CIRCUIT CIRCUIT INSTRUMENTATION POWER SYSTEMS
ELECTRONICS POWER TRAINIG PROTECTION & HIGH (ELECTIVE 3)
ANALYSIS 1 ANALYSIS 2 & MEASUREMENTS ANALYSIS
2 SYSTEMS (HW) VOLTAGE
BEE1971 BEE2213 BEE3313 BEE4173
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BEE1213 BEE2123
LOW VOLTAGE ANALOG BEE2223 PRINCIPLES POWER SYSTEM BEE4**3
DIGITAL ELECTRICAL
ELECTRICAL ELECTRONICS 1 MICROPROCESSOR OF CONTROL OPERATION & (ELECTIVE 4)
ELECTRONICS MACHINES
INSTALLATION SYSTEMS CONTROL
BEE4223
BEE1223
BEE2143 BEE3113 POWER
BUF1113 COMPUTER BEE2931 BEE4**3 BEE4**3
SIGNALS & ELECTROMAGNETIC ELECTRONICS
BASIC PHYSICS PROGRAMMING BASIC PLC (ELECTIVE 1) (ELECTIVE 5)
NETWORKS FIELDS THEORY & DRIVES
& APPLICATION
SYSTEMS
BUM2133 BEE1611 BEE3413
BUM2123 BEE4641 BEE4724
COURSES ORDINARY BEE1961 OCCUPATIONAL PRINCIPLES OF BEE4**3
APPLIED ENGINEERS & ENGINEERING
DIFFERENTIAL MOTOR CONTROL SAFETY & COMMUNICATION (ELECTIVE 2)

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CALCULUS SOCIETY PROJECT 2
EQUATION HEALTH SYSTEMS
UHL2412 UHL2422 BEE3333
BUM2313 BEE1111 BEE4632 BEE4712
ENGLISH FOR ENGLISH FOR INTEGRATED
NUMERICAL PROJECT MAINTENANCE ENGINEERING
ACADEMIC TECHNICAL ENGINEERING
METHODS MANAGEMENT TECHNOLOGY PROJECT 1
COMMUNICATION COMMUNICATION DESIGN
UHR1012 UHF11*1 UHL2432
BUM2413
ISLAMIC AND FOREIGN ENGLISH FOR UHS2021 UGE2002
APPLIED
ASIAN LANGUAGE PROFESSIONAL SOFT SKILLS 2 TECHNOPRENEURSHIP
STATISTICS
CIVILIZATIONS LEVEL 1 COMMUNICATION
UHF21*1
UQB1**1 UQ*2**1
FOREIGN UHS1021 UHM2022 ETHNIC
CO-CURRICULUM CO-CURRICULUM
LANGUAGE SOFT SKILLS 1 RELATIONS
1 2
LEVEL 2

TOTAL
15 16 16 13 17 13 5 16 13
CREDIT

TOTAL
CREDIT FOR 124
GRADUATION
UNDERGRADUATE PROSPECTUS 2016/2017

ELECTIVE COURSES FOR


B.ENG (HONS.) ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING (POWER SYSTEMS)

NO. CODE COURSE CREDIT HOUR

Electrical Installation
1 BEE4113 3
Design

2 BEE4153 Power Quality 3

3 BEE4163 Alternative Energy 3


4 BEE4273 HVDC & Facts 3

Embedded Controller
5 BEE4323 3
Technology

6 BEE4343 Process Control 3

7 BEE4373 Robotics 3

Digital Signal
8 BEE4413 3
Processing

TOTAL MINIMUM CREDITS OF ELECTIVE COURSES FOR


15
GRADUATION

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FACULTY OF ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING
CURRICULUM STRUCTURE
DIPLOMA IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING (INDUSTRIAL ELECTRONICS)

YEAR
SEMESTER PRLIMINARY (0) FIRST SECOND FIRST SECOND FIRST SECOND
UHL1412 DEE3233 DEE3812
DEE1124 DEE2124 DEE1233
FOUNDATION ANALOG INDUSTRIAL
CIRCUITS ANALYSIS 1 CIRCUITS ANALYSIS 2 ANALOG
ENGLISH ELECTRONICS 2 TRAINING (HW)
ELECTRONICS 1

DEE2314 DEE3313
UQB1011 DEE1224
INSTRUMENTATION & DEE3224 MICROPROCESSOR PRINCIPLES OF
BRIGED SISWA DIGITAL ELECTRONICS
MEASUREMENTS & MICROCONTROLLER FUND. CONTROL SYSTEMS
UNDERGRADUATE PROSPECTUS 2016/2017

DEE3143 DEE3413
DUM1113 DEE1213
DEE1941 BASIC ELECTRICAL PRINCIPLES OF
BASIC COMPUTER
TECHNICAL DRAWING MACHINES & POWER COMMUNICATION
MATHEMATICS PROGRAMMING
SYSTEMS SYSTEMS
DEE1971 DEE2931 DEE2612
DEE3323
ELECTRICAL BASIC PROGRAMMABLE BASIC MAINTENANCE
INDUSTRIAL AUTOMATIONS
INSTALLATION LOGIC CONTROLLER TECHNOLOGY
COURSES
DUF1113 DEE3941 DEE3931 DEE3713
PHYSICS MICROCONTROLLER ELECTROPNEUMATIC MINI PROJECT

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APPLICATION

UHL1422
DUM1123 DUM2113 UHS2021
ENGLISH FOR
CALCULUS TECHNICAL MATHEMATICS SOFT SKILLS 2 (HW)
ACADEMIC
COMMUNICATION
UHL1432
UGE1002
UHS1021 ENGLISH FOR UHM2022
ASAS KEBUDAYAAN
SOFT SKILLS 1 (HW) OCCUPATIONAL ETHNIC RELATIONS
KEUSAHAWANAN
COMMUNICATION
UHR1012
ISLAMIC AND ASIAN
CIVILIZATIONS

TOTAL CREDIT 6 18 18 19 17 12
TOTAL CREDIT
FOR 90
GRADUATION
UNDERGRADUATE PROSPECTUS 2016/2017

Course Outcomes
DIPLOMA COURSE SYNOPSIS
CO1: Identify the basic principles and concept of
computer programming to solve the basic
DEE1124 Circuit Analysis I problem with utilization the knowledge of
Credit Hours: 4 mathematics & sciences. (C1)
Pre-Requisite : None CO2: Use and apply structure programming
technique using high level programming
Synopsis language. Proposed a solution using
computer programming techniques for
This course introduces the basic concepts and solving engineering problems. (C3)
engineering methods of DC circuit analysis. The CO3: Proposed a solution using computer
contents include Ohm's Law, Kirchhoff's Law, programming techniques for solving
series and parallel circuits, Mesh and Nodal engineering problems. (C3)
analysis, Superposition, Source Transformation, CO4: Demonstrate a solution using computer
Thevenin’s and Norton’s theorem, and responses programming tools for solving engineering
of First Order circuits. problems. (P3)
CO5: Work in a team effectively as a leader or
Course Outcomes team member.(A2)

CO1: Attribute the basic concepts of electrical References


quantities by using basic circuit laws (Ohm's
law and Kirchhoff's law) and simplification of 1. S. G. Kochan, “Programming in C”, 4th
resistive circuits (C3) Ed., USA: Sams Publishing, 2015
CO2: Analyze DC circuit problems using circuit 2. H. M. Deitel and P. J. Deitel, “C: How to
theorem, nodal analysis and mesh analysis Program”, 7th Ed., NJ: Prentice Hall,
(C4) 2012
CO3: Attribute the basic concepts of capacitance 3. G. Perry, “Absolute Beginner’s Guide to
and inductance and analyze the Programming”, 3rd Ed., IN: Que, 2003
characteristic of natural and step response 4. J. R. Hanly and E. B. Koffman, “C
in first order circuits (C4) Program Design for Engineers”, 2nd
CO4: Construct DC electric circuits to apply the Ed., MA: Addison Wesley, 2001
concept of electrical quantities and verify
circuit theorems (P3) DEE1941 Technical Drawing
CO5: Demonstrate the role of individual in the Credit Hour: 1
team to achieve task completion (A2) Pre-Requisite: None

References Synopsis

1. C. Alexander and M. Sadiku, This course covers theoretical knowledge and


“Fundamentals of Electric Circuits”, 5th practical-based on doing technical drawing by
ed., McGraw-Hill, 2013 using mainly AutoCAD software. The course is
2. J. Nilsson and S. Riedel, “Electric focusing on the fundamental level of AutoCAD from
Circuits”, 9th ed., Prentice Hall, 2010 scratch until the plotting technique. The students
will be guided and exposed to technical drawing
DEE1213 Computer Programming knowledge as well as electrical, electronic,
Credit Hours : 3 geometrical and isometric drawing.
Pre-Requisite : None
Course Outcomes
Synopsis
CO1: Apply the principles of technical drawing
This course presents the C programming language with utilization of knowledge of drawing and
for electrical and electronic engineer. The contents modifying techniques in AUTOCAD.[C]
emphasis not only on the theoretical knowledge of CO2: Construct electrical engineering schematic
programming but also the practical implementation drawing using AUTOCAD.[C]
in real-life situation. Students will learn structured CO3: Sketch electronic circuit using AutoCAD
program development, input and output, selection software.[P]
statement, repetitive statement, function, array, CO4: Follow basic commands in AutoCAD to
pointer and file input and output. draw technical drawing.[P]
CO5: Practice usage of AutoCAD software in
other engineering discipline.[A]

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References CO2: Solve numerical problems for AC and DC


meters
1. Cadfolks, 2014, AutoCAD 2014 for CO3: Describe the operation of oscilloscope,
Beginners, CreateSpace Independent sensors and transducers and their
Publishing Platform, ISBN: applications
1495349950, 9781495349959. CO4: Demonstrate basic calibration techniques
and signal conditioning
CO5: Differentiate the functional role of individual
DEE2124 Circuit Analysis II towards task accomplishment
Credit Hours : 4
Pre-Requisite: DEE1124 References

Synopsis 1. S Kalsi, “Electronic Instruments”, 3rd


Edition, Tata McGraw-Hill Education,
This course provides the basic concepts and 2010
engineering methods of AC circuits. The contents 2. J. P. Holman, Experimental Methods
th
include applications of Mesh and Nodal analysis, for Engineers, 7 Edition, McGraw-
Superposition and Source Transformation Hill,2001
Theorems, Thevenin and Norton Theorem. 3. Curtis D. Johnson, Process Control
th
Resonant circuit, second order circuit and Instrumentation Technology, 7
Balanced 3-phase circuits are also covered. Edition, Prentice-Hall, 2003

Course Outcomes
DEE3931 Electro Pneumatic
CO1: Analyze AC circuit problems using nodal, Credit Hour: 1
mesh, Superposition, Source Pre-Requisite: None
Transformation, Thevenin and Norton (C3)
CO2: Perform AC steady-state power Synopsis
calculations, power triangle and power
factor correction (C4) This subject covers a general introduction to
CO3: Analyze variation of RLC circuits (C4) function and operation of pneumatic and electrical
CO4: Apply the theorems and concepts in order to equipment used in electropneumatics control
analyze any given linear electric circuit (P3) including pneumatic supply, input elements,
CO5: Work in a team and communicate effectively processing elements, control elements and working
(A2) elements. The course deals with controlling of
pneumatic actuators using electrical sensing and
References switching devices.

1. C. Alexander and M. Sadiku, Course Outcomes


“Fundamentals of Electric Circuits”, 6th
ed., McGraw-Hill, 2016. CO1: Explain the fundamental and terminology of
2. J. Nilsson and S. Riedel, “Electric electropneumatic system
Circuits”, 9th ed., Prentice Hall, 2010. CO2: Interpret electropneumatics components,
symbols, circuit diagrams and motion
DEE2314 Instrumentation & Measurements diagrams
Credit Hours: 4 CO3: Construct pneumatic and electropneumatic
Pre-Requisite: None system for specific tasks
CO4: Design electropneumatic circuits for the
Synopsis problem given

This Course introduces students to the principles of References


instrumentation and measurements, determination
of error that caused by the meters. The students 1. F. Ebel, G.Prede&D.Scholz,
will be exposed to the architecture and the “Fundamentals of Pneumatics TP101,
operation of DC and AC meters, oscilloscope, Textbook”, FESTO Didactic, Germany,
signal generator, sensors and transducers, 2004.
analysis of DC and AC meters and introduction to 2. F. Ebel, G.Prede&D.Scholz,
signal conditioning. “Pneumatic, Basic Level TP101,
Textbook”, FESTO Didactic, Germany,
Course Outcomes 2004.
3. F. Ebel, G.Prede&D.Scholz,
CO1: Explain the elements of Instrumentation & “Pneumatics, Advanced Level TP102,
Measurement System

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Textbook”, FESTO Didactic, Germany, DEE3313 Principles of Control Systems


2004. Credit Hours: 3
4. F. Ebel, G.Prede & D.Scholz, Pre-Requisite: None
“Pneumatics, Advanced Level TP102,
Textbook”, FESTO Didactic, Germany, Synpsis
2004
This course introduces students to the control
system technology, mathematical models of
DEE1233 Analog Electronics I feedback systems. The students will be exposed to
Credit Hours : 3 transient and steady-state analysis, root locus, and
Pre-Requisite : DEE1124 frequency response analysis.

Synopsis Course Outcomes

Nowadays, industrial demands especially in CO1: Explain basic components of control


semiconductor devices are increasing rapidly. This systems (C1)
requires a strong basic knowledge in CO2: Solve mathematical models of simple
semiconductors. In this course, an introduction of electrical and mechanical System (C3)
basic knowledge in analog electronics, that CO3: Illustrate block diagrams and signal flow
includes knowledge of semiconductors and modern graphs of system interconnection (C3)
electronic components such as diodes, rectifiers, CO4: Carry out stability analysis of linear time
capacitor as filters, and also BJT are covered. invariant feedback system. (P2)
Their basic applications and circuit troubleshooting CO5: Work in a team effectively. (A3)
technique are also discussed in this course to meet
the industrial demands. References

Course Outcomes 1. Norman S. Nise, Control System


Engineering, 7th Edition, Wiley, 2015
CO1: Describe the characteristic and operation of 2. Katsuhiko Ogata, Modern Control
semiconductor diodes and BJT transistor Engineering, 5th Edition, Prentice-Hall,
properties in AC and DC condition. [C2] 2009
CO2: Analyze the operating condition of various 3. Farid Golnaraghi, Benjamin C. Kuo,
semiconductor diodes in DC and AC Automatic Control Systems, 9th Edtion,
condition. [C4] John Wiley, 2009
CO3: Analyze the operating condition of various
BJT configurations in DC and AC condition.
[C4] DEE1224 Digital Electronics
CO4: Construct the semiconductor diode and BJT Credit Hours: 4
transistor circuit. [P] Pre-Requisite: None
CO5: Work effectively as an individual and in a
group. [A] Synopsis

References This subject is emphasis on the fundamental of


digital electronics. The student is first thought
1. Thomas L. Floyd, “Electronic Devices”, about the number system and logic gates before
9th Edition, ISBN 978-0132549868, introducing them to digital IC technology. Then
Prentice Hall, 2011 they are exposed to both combinational logic
2. Robert Boylestad, “Electronic Devices network and combinational MSI logic. In
and Circuit Theory”, 11th Edition, ISBN concurrence with this, the fundamental of
978-0132622264, McGraw Hill, 2012 sequential logic, flip-flop, counter and shift register
3. Donald A. Neaman, Electronics will be thought. Finally, the memory devices are
Circuits Analysis and Design 2nd introduced.
Edition, ISBN 0-07-118176-8, McGraw
Hill, 2001 Course Outcomes
4. Theodore F. Bogart Jr., Electronic
Devices and Circuits, 6th Edition, ISBN CO1: Apply various techniques for digital logic
0-13-121990-1, Prentice Hall, 2004 fundamental and simplification (C3)
CO2: Analyze sequential logic system in
designing counter, shift register and MSI
logic circuit. (C4)
CO3: Explain the digital IC logic families and
memory devices. (C2)
CO4: Construct logic circuit and counter. (P)

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CO5: Work in a team and communicate effectively


(A) DEE2612 Basic Maintenance Technology
Credit Hours: 2
References Pre-Requisite: None
1. T. Floyd, “Digital Fundamental”, 11th
Ed., USA: Prentice-Hall, 2015. Synopsis
2. R.J. Tocci, “Digital Systems: Principles
and Applications”, 11th Ed., USA: This course aims to develop maintenance skills
Prentice-Hall, 2014. and knowledge in two distinct areas:
3. W. Kleitz, “Digital Electronics: A
Practical Approach with VHDL”, 9th 1. Exposes students to the required technical /
Ed., USA: Prentice-Hall, 2014 engineering discipline knowledge and skills to
4. Begnell and Donovan, “Digital diagnosis and correct faults across a wide
Electronics”, 5th Ed., USA: Delmar range of equipment.
Thomson Learning, 2006. 2. Provides knowledge of different strategic
approaches to maintenance and the
DEE2931 Basic Programmable Logic Controller manufacturing environment and context they
Credit Hour: 1 are best suited to.
Pre-Requisite: None
Course Outcomes
Synopsis
CO1: Identify the difference between the key
This course covered the fundamental of maintenance strategies and their affects
Programmable Logic Controller (PLC) including upon manufacturing performance. [C1]
input and output component, memory address, CO2: Explain the key technologies in modern
wiring diagram, troubleshooting and design of maintenance practices such as PDM, TPM,
ladder diagram. RCM, and CBM.[C2]
CO3: Demonstrate the use of maintenance
Course Outcomes management software i.e. CMMS and
subsequently analyze the data forthcoming
CO1: Explain the principle, operation and function from this application.[C3]
of PLC hardware and software. CO4: Demonstrate communication and
CO2: Construct ladder diagram of a control presentation skills. [C3]
operating system CO5: Explain the impact of good maintenance job
CO3: Simulate ladder diagram of a control execution negligence to the society. [C2]
operating system using PLC program
References
References
1. Terry Wireman; “Benchmarking: Best
1. Jon Stenerson “Industrial Automation Practices in Maintenance
and Process Control”,Upper Saddle Management”; 2nd Edition, Industrial
River, NJ: Prentice Hall,2003 Press Inc., 2010, ISBN: 0831131683
2. John R Hackworth & Frederick D 2. Joel Levitt; “Complete Guide to
Hackworth,Jr “Programmable Logic Preventive and Predictive
Controller:Programming Method and Maintenance”; Industrial Press
Application”,Upper Saddle Publication, December 20, 2002, ISBN:
River,NJ:Prentice Hall,2004 0831131543
3. OMRON “Sysmac CQM1H Series 3. Anthony Kelly; “A (2002) Maintenance
Operation Manual”,Revised August Strategy: A Business Centered
2005 Approach”, Butterworth Henemann
4. Frank D. Petruzella, “Programmable Burke, 2002
Logic Controllers”, 3rd Edition, Mc-
Graw Hill, 2005.
5. Omron, “Programming Manual”, DEE3224 Microprocessor & Microcontroller
Revised December 2003, Omron Fundamentals
Corporation, 2003. Credit Hours: 4
Pre-Requisite: None

Synopsis

This course an introduction to a microprocessor


and microcontroller. Students are exposed to the
internal architecture of the microprocessor and

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microcontroller, various instruction sets, and basic CO4: Assemble and analyze FET and Op-Amps
hardware design of microprocessor-based. configuration circuit (P)
CO5: Work effectively as individual, and as a
Course Outcomes member/leader in a team (A)

CO1: Illustrate the architecture of the References


microprocessor and microcontroller system
and its interface [C] 1. Robert Boylestad, Louis Nashelsky
CO2: Interpret the assembly language instruction “Electronic Devices and Circuit
sets [C] Theory”, 11th Edition ISBN
CO3: Develop a program in a microprocessor and 0132622262, Prentice Hall, 2013.
microcontroller system by using an 2. Thomas L. Floyd, “Electronic Devices”,
assembly language [C] 9th Edition, ISBN 0132549867,
CO4: Design and build a simple hardware based Pearson, 2011.
on the microprocessor and 3. Robert Boylestad, “Electronic Devices
microcontroller[P] and Circuit Theory”, 11th Edition, ISBN
CO5: Work in a team and communicate effectively 978-0132622264, McGraw Hill, 2012.
[A] 4. Theodore F. Bogart Jr., “Electronic
Devices and Circuits”, 6th Edition,
References ISBN 0-13-121990-1, Prentice Hall,
2004.
1. Wray, “Using Microprocessors &
Microcomputers: Motorola family”, 5th
Ed., Prentice Hall DEE3413 Principles of Communication System
2. Tocci, “Microprocessors & Credit Hours: 3
Microcomputers: Software & Pre-Requisite: None
Hardware”, 5th Ed., Prentice Hall
3. Cahill, “Digital & Microprocessor Synopsis
Engineering”, 2nd Ed., Prentice Hall
4. Miller, Microcomputer Engineering, This course introduces the fundamentals of
Prentice Hall communication systems emphasizing theory,
5. Cady, Software and Hardware concepts and industrial applications. It discusses
Engineering, Oxford University Press the analog and digital modulation techniques that
6. N.S.Kumar, “Microprocessors & are used nowadays. This includes the amplitude
Microcontrollers”, Oxford Higher modulation (AM) and frequency modulation (FM).
Education Digital modulation techniques such as pulse code
modulation, delta modulation and including shift
DEE3233 Analog Electronics II keying are also discussed. Various sampling,
Credit Hours: 3 quantization process and line coding are also
Pre-Requisite: DEE1233 introduced in this course. The system performance
due to the presence of noise is also presented.
Synopsis
Course Outcomes
This course introduces the fundamental of
semiconductor devices which are transistors. It CO1: Describe the basic principle of
also describes Field-Effect Transistor (FET) communication system (C1)
operational characteristic that covers the DC and CO2: Demonstrate and solve communication
AC analysis. Some important device such as Op- system parameters for various types of
Amp is also introduced. Towards the end of this modulation and demodulation techniques
course, students are exposed to the applications of (C3).
Op-Amp devices. During the laboratory sessions, CO3: Apply the concepts to practical applications
students are expected to demonstrate and in telecommunication (C3)
troubleshoot basic semiconductor device circuits. CO4: Demonstrate ability to communicate
effectively and working as individual or as a
Course Outcomes team member (C3)

CO1: Describe the characteristics of FET and References


analyze its various configuration in DC and
AC condition (C2) 1. Tomasi, Fundamental of Electronic
CO2: Identify and analyze frequency response of Communication System, Prentice Hall
FET (C3) 2. Couch II, Modern Communication
CO3: Perform analysis on various Op-Amps Systems: Principles & Applications,
configuration (C3) Prentice Hall

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3. Proakis, Communication Systems DEE3941 Microcontroller Applications


Engineering, Prentice Hall Credit Hours: 1
4. Couch II, Digital and Analog Pre-equisite: None
Communication Systems, Prentice Hall
5. Miller, Modern Electronic Systems, Synpsis
Prentice Hall
6. Schwebber, Electronic Communication This course exposes students to the
Systems: A Complete Course, Prentice microcontroller in term of programming and
Hall hardware configurations. Beginning with
7. Lathi, Modern Digital & Analog understanding of microcontroller architecture, the
Communication Systems, Prentice Hall programming software is applied to configure for
several applications such as DI, DO, AI, ADC, and
PWM. In addition, students are exposed to the
DEE3323 Industrial Automations integration between microcontroller and external
Credit Hours: 3 devices.
Pre-Requisite: None
Course Outcomes
Synopsis
CO1: Explain the principles, operation and
This course introduces students to gain a working function of microcontroller system
knowledge of an industrial automation, including its CO2: Create applications program for specific
purpose and structure from theory & practical task
viewpoint. Also introducing in this course are the C03: Construct interface electronics circuit to
common industrial control system, automation control the external devices
tools, industrial actuators & controller. CO4: Develop electronic circuit using
microcontroller system
Course Outcomes
References
CO1: Explain the automated system, cell, control
devices, various types of controller, sensors 1. Huang, Han-Way, “PICmicrocontroller :
and robotic automation used in Industrial an introduction to software and
Automation and industrial safety. (C) hardware interfacing”, Clifton Park, NY:
CO2: Discuss various types of industrial sensors Thomson/Delmar Learning, 2005.
and actuators; and use applied modern 2. Iovine, John, “PICmicrocontroller
tools for solving industrial automation. (C) project book: for PICBasic and
CO3: Discuss and design various types of PICBasic pro compilers “,New York:
industrial controllers, communication and McGraw-Hill, 2004.
network (C) 3. Mazidi, Muhammad Ali,“PIC
CO4: Analyze the robotics systems and functions. mictocontroller and embedded systems
(P) : using Assembly and C forPIC 18
CO5: Work effectively in a team with “,Upper Saddle River, NJ : Prentice
consideration of industrial automation Hall, 2008.
installation process and cost justification. (A)

References DEE1971 Electrical Installation


Credit Hours: 1
1. Jon Stenerson, “Industrial Automation Pre-Requisite: None
and Process Control”, Prentice Hall,
2003. Synopsis
2. David G.Alciatore & Michael B.
Histand, “Mechatronics”, McGraw Hill. This course introduces students to the single
3. Mikell P. Groover, “Automation, phase and three phase wiring and installation. The
Production Systems & Computer students will learn about supply system, rules and
Integrated Manufacturing”, Prentice regulation, wiring system and electrical protection
Hall, 2001. system. They are also will practice in applying
trunking and conduits for electrical wiring as well as
doing fitting and installation of electrical system
devices. Then, they will conduct inspection and
testing on their wiring and installation as safety
conformation and fulfill the regulations.

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Course Outcomes CO5: Recognize the importance of electrical


machines technology and developments in
CO1: Interpret rules and regulation for electrical life-long learning - A
wiring comprising of cable selection and
load calculation References
CO2: Perform inspection and testing in electrical
installation 1. W. Theodore, “Electrical Machines,
C03: Construct electrical wiring using suitable Drives and Power System”, 6th Edition,
wiring tools and accessories Prentice-Hall, 2005.
CO4: Apply ethical principles and commit to 2. Stephen J. Chapman, “Electric
professional ethics Machinery Fundamentals”, 5th ed.,
McGraw-Hill, New York, 2011.
References 3. Hadi Saadat, “Power System Analysis”,
3rd Edition, Mc-Graw Hill, 2010.
1. Paul Cook,”Commentary on IEE wiring
regulations” 16th edition BS 7671:2008.
2. “Selection and Erection Guidance Note DEE3713 Final Project for Diploma (PSAD)
1”, IEE Wiring Regulations BS Credit Hours: 3
7671:2015 Pre-Requisite: None
3. “Isolation And Switching Guidance
Note 2”, IEE Wiring Regulations BS Synopsis
7671:2015
4. “Inspection And Testing Guidance Note This course aims to introduce students at entry
3”, IEE Wiring Regulations BS level to problem solving and innovation in electrical
7671:2015 engineering applications.
5. Suruhanjaya Tenaga, 2008, Guidelines
for Electrical Wiring in Residential Course Outcomes
Building, www.st.gov.my.
CO1: Identify and propose solution to engineering
problem in particular project with ethically
DEE3143 Basic Electrical Machines & Power and professionally. (P1)
Systems CO2: Solve problems related to electrical &
Credit Hours: 3 electronics engineering projects using
Pre-Requisite: None appropriate engineering tools. (C3)
C03: Demonstrate project in term of oral
Synopsis presentation and technical report. (A3)

This course introduces the fundamental of References


electrical and power system which are the
concepts and principles of transformer and various 1. PSAD Manual, UMP
types of electrical machines. It is intended the
students to understand fundamental aspects of
rotating electrical machines. This course introduces DEE3812 Industrial Training (HW)
an overview of power system, generation, Credit Hours: 12
transmission lines, distribution, representation of Pre-Requisite: All subjects must be completed
components, basic power system analysis.
Synopsis
Course Outcomes
In industrial training the students should gain
CO1: Explain the constructions, equivalent circuits insight into the industrial practice, in order to
and principle operations of transformers and visualize the tasks and possibilities of their later
electrical machines– C3 occupation work. All students are required to
CO2: Determine the roles of power system undergo an industrial training for a certain period
components, calculate load factor and that has been agreed by the faculty during the last
demand based on the load profiles and semester of the academic year. The performance
explain the concept of electricity tariff and of each student during the periods of his/her
energy efficiency– C3 Industrial Training is evaluated jointly by the faculty
C03: Analyze the power system component staff, and the representatives from employer
representations using per-unit system– C4 organizations.
CO4: Analyze the performance of low voltage
switch board for low voltage distribution
system operation – P

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Course Outcomes course covers classification and various types of


robots and its application, robot kinematics,
CO1: Show and classify in-depth the industrial differential kinematics, robot dynamics, robot path
structure and organization and to planning and robot sensing.
understand roles of typical personnel in that
particular industry. (C3) Course Outcomes
CO2: Articulate the knowledge learned in the
university and to practice them in problem CO1: Understand robotics and sensing system,
solving direct or indirect application to any its basic components and applications.
design, planning, production or CO2: Determine the velocity of a robot
management. (P) manipulator using Jacobian matrix.
CO3: Practice the professionalism and work CO3: Demonstrate the trajectory command that
etiquette that comply to good and satisfies a set of constrained via points.
responsible engineer. (A) CO4: Apply techniques and skills of robot
CO4: Demonstrate communication and manipulation through laboratory work.
management/leadership skills to lead or CO5: Analyze robot kinematics and dynamic.
manage effectively in a industry
environment. (A)
CO5: Demonstrate the knowledge and ability to BEE4523 Industrial Instrumentation
search and retrieve information and Credit Hours: 3
materials related to the industrial needs. (A) Pre-Requisite: None

References Synopsis

1. “Industrial Training Guidelines”, UMP. This course presents the process parameters that
are applied in most processing industries of
pressure, level, temperature and flow for both
measurement and control applications. The
BACHELOR PROGRAMME COURSE principles applications of primary sensing
SYNOPSIS elements, final control elements, transducers and
transmitters which are used in process industries
BEE4333 Intelligent Control are discussed. Industrial application for
Credit Hours: 3 instrumentation and process control is also
Pre-Requisite: None covered.

Synopsis Course Outcomes

This course introduces students to the principles of CO1: Describe the concept and suitable
Artificial Intelligence which includes Expert System, instrument for process measurement.
Fuzzy Logic, Artificial Neural Networks and Genetic CO2: Implement the equations involving pressure,
Algorithms. Project based exercise will also temperature, level, flow, and final control
included in order to have a better understanding on element for numerical problems.
the course. CO3: Analyze the information of measurement
device and industrial application.
Course Outcomes CO4: Evaluate the operation and installation
procedure for selected measurement
CO1: Explain the concept of intelligent control and instruments in a particular industrial
their applications. situation.
CO2: Analyze the Fuzzy Logic and Artificial CO5: Communicate effectively through written
Neural Networks through case study or communication.
project based exercise.
CO3: Analyze Genetic Algorithms system through
case study. BEE3233 Electronic System Design
Credit Hours: 3
BEE4373 Robotics Pre-Requisite: BEE1213
Credit Hours: 3
Pre-Requisite: None Synopsis

Synopsis In this course, the principles of advanced digital


design will be introduced. It builds on logic design
This course provides an understanding of the principles learned in BEE 1213 and demonstrates
principles of operation of automated equipment how digital design and rapid prototyping can be
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languages (HDL). Digital design is taught at a CO3: Design a simple hardware based on
higher level of abstraction than BEE1213. It has a 68HC11 microcontroller.
lab component involving VHDL and FPGAs. CO4: Work in a team and communicate
effectively.
Course Outcomes
BEE4233 Data Communications
CO1: Describe the principles of designing finite Credit Hours: 3
state machines (FSM). Pre-Requisite: None
CO2: Implement logic circuit using HDL.
CO3: Design a digital system using combinational Synopsis
& sequential (medium scale Integrated
logic) MSI component. This course emphasizes the importance and the
CO4: Design finite state machines based on applications of the Data Communications in the
electrical & electronics engineering problem. Electrical & Electronics Engineering courses. The
CO5: Work in team and communicate effectively. syllabus covers data communications,
communication networks and TCP/IP protocol
suite.
BEE4253 Computer Vision System
Credit Hours: 3 Course Outcomes
Pre-Requisite: None
CO1: Define data communications generally and
Synopsis describe various types of computer network
protocols.
This course introduces students to the principles of CO2: Identify data transmission using ISO
Computer Vision which includes image formation standard and explain the protocol of data
and low level image processing, theory and transmission.
techniques for extracting features from images, CO3: Determine standard interface for certain
measuring shape and location, and recognizing data network protocols.
and classifying objects. Student will be exposed to BEE4313 Multimedia Technology &
design project using image processing software. Applications
Credit Hours: 3
Course Outcomes Pre-Requisite: None

CO1: Apply the concept of computer vision and Synopsis


their applications
CO2: Evaluate various image processing This subject emphasizes on integration of multiple
techniques. media (text, images, audio, video and animation)
CO3: Develop a simple vision system application using various practices of software application and
using image processing software. to develop multimedia system. It introduces how
multimedia can be used in various application
BEE4323 Embedded Controller Technology areas. Issues in multimedia will also be discussed.
Credit Hours: 3
Pre-Requisite: BEE1213 Course Outcomes

Synopsis CO1: Demonstrate the knowledge of principles in


multimedia (text, images, audio, video and
This course is an introduction to a microcontroller animation), compression techniques and
and is designed to give the students a fundamental multimedia technologies
understanding of the microcontroller-based system. CO2: Practice various type of software application
It provides an introduction to the architecture and in multimedia system.
the design of hardware and software for the CO3: Develop a multimedia system
Motorola M68HC11. Various instruction sets and CO4: Work effectively as an individual, and as a
internal features are explained. Its applications as member/leader in a team.
a single chip controller are discussed and its
interfacing with various I/O devices is
demonstrated.

Course Outcomes

CO1: Explain the architecture of the


microcontroller.
CO2: Develop a firmware using assembly
language.

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unbalanced fault analysis and stability evaluation.


BEE4413 Digital Signal Processing Students will be exposed to the problems
Credit Hours: 3 commonly encountered in power system
Pre-Requisite: None engineering practice, analysis and techniques
applied to solve some practical problems in power
Synopsis systems.

This course introduces students to the fundamental Course Outcomes


principles of digital signal processing including
sampling theorems, z-transform, Linear Time- CO1: Analyze the power flow equations for an n-
invariant systems analysis, Discrete-Time Systems bus power system.
structures, Filter design and Discrete Fourier CO2: Analyze balance and unbalance fault
Transform. This course also exposes students to analysis.
computational tools (MATLAB) in solving CO3: Evaluate the performance of power system
engineering problems related to DSP. stability.
CO4: Analyze model of power system network
Course Outcomes under steady state and faults conditions
using power system software.
CO1: Describe the DSP fundamental theory and CO5: Work in team effectively.
components
CO2: Apply z-transform for analysis of discrete
time system BEE4143 Power System Protection & High
CO3: Define various structure of discrete-time Voltage
system Credit Hours: 3
CO4: Design various types of FIR and IIR filter Pre-Requisite: None
based on a set of specification.
CO5: Apply DFT technique to analyze signal Synopsis

This course introduces students to the concept of


BEE3132 Power Generation & Operation power system protection and high voltage
Credit hours: 3 engineering. It covers in detail the components of
Pre-Requisite: None power system protections and relay coordination.
The theory of high voltage engineering will also be
Synopsis covered in this course.

This course introduces students to the concept of Course Outcomes


power system operation and control. Students will
be exposed to the concept of power system CO1: Describe the components of power system
management to meet load demand at optimal protection.
operating cost and various ways in controlling CO2: Recognize the various type of circuit
electrical power breaker
CO3: Design the relay setting of IDMT and
Course Outcomes distance protection
CO4: Explain the concepts of high voltage
CO1: Perform calculation and analyze related to engineering
planning of electrical power. CO5: Work in team and communicate effectively.
CO2: Differentiate and analyze control method in
power.
CO3: Model and analyze power system network BEE4163 Alternative Energy
under steady state conditions using power Credit Hours: 3
system software. Pre-Requisite: None
CO4: Work in team and communicate effectively.
Synopsis

BEE3143 Power System Analysis This course introduces students to the alternative
Credit Hours: 3 energy theories and concepts of some components
Pre-Requisite: BEE3133 and energy utilization in electric power system
industries. It covers energy conversion, utilization
Synopsis and storage system for renewable technologies
such as solar, wind, biomass, fuel cell, wave and
This course introduces students to the fundamental etc. This course emphasis on fundamental of
concepts of power system analysis which covered photovoltaic (PV) systems such as solar energy
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and its electrical characteristics, PV modules and technique when they study on system inspection
array, PV modules interconnection, conversion into and testing.
electrical energy, energy storage, power
conditioning and maximum power point tracking Course Outcomes
(MPPT), inverter control topologies, design and
sizing for stand-alone and grid-connected system. CO1: Design lighting layout and power layout
It also touches upon the environmental using CADD software.
consequences of energy conversion and how CO2: Estimate electrical load for an installation
alternative energy can reduce pollution and global and design single- line diagram for the
climate change installation.
CO3: Explain the protection system used in
Course Outcomes electrical installation.
CO4: Design grounding system and lightning
CO1 : present alternative energy scenario protection system.
CO2 : Understanding solar resources and PV CO5: Explain basic inspection and testing for
system components. building electrical installations.
CO3 : Explain effects of power system to
environment. BEE4153 Power Quality
CO4 : Design PV System for power generation Credit Hours: 3
Pre-Requisite: None

BEE3133 Electrical Power Systems Synopsis


Credit Hours: 3
Pre-Requisite: BEE1133 This course is an introduction to power quality
disturbances. It first introduces the concept of
Synopsis power quality and then quantifies the particular
power quality disturbances that fall within the wider
This course introduces the fundamental of umbrella of electromagnetic phenomena. It
electrical power system which are the overview of provides a strong foundation for better
power system, generation, transmission lines, understanding of the underlying principles of each
distribution, representation of components, basic power quality problem. Students are exposed to
power system analysis. power quality solutions, standards, monitoring
tools, grounding practices and distributed
Course Outcomes generation.

CO1: Discuss the roles of each component in Course Outcomes


Malaysian power system operation and
explain the basic concept of electricity CO1: Identify types of power quality disturbances.
tariff and energy efficiency. CO2: Classify problems and effects of power
CO2: Analyse the basic design concepts and quality.
perform component representation using CO3: Evaluate methods to eliminate power quality
per-unit system. interference
CO3: Derive and apply suitable equations CO4: Assess severity of power quality
related to parameters, models and disturbances.
performances of power transmission lines. CO5: Work in group environment.
CO4 : Work in team effectively

BEE4223 Power Electronics and Drive Systems


BEE4113 Electrical Installation Design Credit Hours: 3
Credit Hours: 3 Pre-Requisite: None
Pre-Requisite: None
Synopsis
Synopsis
The primary objective of the course is to give
This course provides knowledge in electrical students a foundation of knowledge,
installation design especially for commercial understanding, analysis and design of power
buildings. It explores the basic estimation and electronics circuits for conversion and control of
design procedure based on various codes of electrical energy. The course presents concepts,
practice and standards. Student will be introduced fundamentals analysis tools, practical
to design a few basic systems in electrical consideration for design, and a range of power
installation such as lighting, protection system, electronics applications. Practical experiments in
grounding and lightning protection. Students also the laboratory will also be conducted. Students will
involve in problem solving and troubleshooting be exposed to the power converter, PWM

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switching techniques, DC and induction motor BEE4313 Industrial Control Technology


drives. Credit Hours: 3
Pre-Requisite: None
Course Outcomes
Synopsis
CO1: Demonstrate switching characteristics of
basic solid state power devices, operating This course mainly consists of three major modules
principles, advantages and disadvantages which are related to industrial control application.
of basic power electronic converter Students will gain knowledge in theoretical part of
topologies modern control technology as well as application of
CO2: Analyze power electronic converters using control system in manufacturing and process
commercially available simulation tools. control
CO3: Design power electronic converters to meet
functional objectives Course Outcomes
CO4: Work effectively in team
CO1: Describe types of controller to be used in
industrial applications.
BEE4343 Process Control CO2: Derive mathematical modeling of fluid
Credit Hours: 3 system.
Pre-Requisite: None CO3: Analyze suitable controller for
manufacturing and process application.
Synopsis CO4: Evaluate the application of analogue and
digital Controllers
The course introduces students to establishing the
process performance through methods of
specifying and measuring process performance. BEE4383 Computer Controlled Systems
With basic overview of the control loop and its Credit Hours: 3
components, this leads students for designing Pre-Requisite: None
process control loops, process control
improvement and techniques to assist in the Synopsis
process of identifying the potential for improved
process control performance in team. This course introduces students to the basic design
and analysis tools used in practical discrete-time
Course Outcomes and sampled data control systems as well as to
give an exposure of the student to the general area
CO1 : Describe the basic principles and of linear systems theory which appears so very
objectives of control in process industries often in all branches of engineering.
CO2 : Apply knowledge of mathematics and
sciences to process dynamics and control Course Outcomes
CO3 : Analyze and utilize process input output
data to form empirical models of a process CO1: Identify the principles of signal conversion
plant in digital control systems
CO4: Use and apply modern computational CO2: Apply the sampling process, associated
techniques and tools for solving process theorem and various form of sampling
control problems. operations
CO5: Evaluate PID controller performance with CO3: Apply the mathematical modeling of the
different tuning strategies discrete-time system in z-domain
CO6: Work effectively in team CO4: Apply various method of discretization of
analog transfer function into discrete-
time
CO5: Apply realization of Digital Filters and
Controllers
CO6: Analyze the quantization effect due to
truncation and rounding propagating
through system’s transfer function

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BEE1931 Basic Electronic Applications Course Outcomes


Credit Hours: 2
Pre-Requisite: None CO1: Describe the basic principle of PLC and it’s
function
Synopsis CO2: Implement PLC Hardware configuration.
CO3: Execute and practice PLC Programming for
Students will learn how to use power supply, specific tasks.
function generator, digital multimeter, oscilloscope, CO4: Practice right attitude and safety procedure.
analog digital trainer and IC tester. The students
will learn on how to design a switching circuit and
how to interface between electronics and electrical BEE2951 PLC Applications
circuit. Credit Hours: 2
Pre-Requisite: None
Course Outcomes
Synopsis
CO1: Apply right safety precaution in laboratory
and workplace. The student will learn on how to design the PLC
CO2: Utilize DC power supply, oscilloscope, Programming to control simple manufacturing
function generator, applications. Students are also exposed to the
digital multi-meter and Analog Digital analog input and output of PLC card.
Trainer.
CO3: Recognize the function of switches, relays Course Outcomes
and sensor.
CO4: Construct electrical and electronic circuit to CO1: Configure the Analog Input and Output of
meet design requirement. PLC Card
CO2: Demonstrate and discuss the function of
discrete and analog card.
BEE1951 Technical Drawing CO3: Identify input and output component of
Credit Hours: 2 simple manufacturing applications
Pre-Requisite: None CO4: Develop a program to operate the
manufacturing applications
Synopsis CO5 : Practices right attitude and safety
procedures
This course covers theoretical knowledge and
practical-based on doing technical drawing by
using mainly AUTOCAD software. The software is BEE3931 PC Interfacing
focusing on the fundamental level of AUTOCAD Credit Hours: 2
skill until the plotting technique. The students will Pre-Requisite: None
be guided and exposed to draw basic technical
drawing, electrical and electronic circuit diagrams Synopsis
as well as the geometrical drawing.
This subject covers the development of Graphical
Course Outcomes User Interface (GUI) using programming software
and the communication technique between pc
CO1: Identify the basic commands and functions based controller to the hardware via DAQ CARD .It
in AUTOCAD. is intended for student to be familiar with the
CO2: Use AUTOCAD software as the main tool to system design and programming of PC Based
draw technical drawing especially in Data Acquisition & Control (DA&C) using
electrical and electronics engineering field. commercially available DA&C cards. It provides a
solid foundation to the students so that they can
identify the proper applications of PC Based Data
BEE2931 Basic Programmable Logic Controller Acquisition & Control in industrial environment
Credit Hours: 2
Pre-Requisite: None Course Outcomes

Synopsis CO1: Develop Graphical User Interface (GUI)


using programming software
This course covers the fundamental of CO2: Design a simple program to control specific
Programmable Logic Controller (PLC) included applications
input and output component, memory address, CO3: Identify hardware specifications to integrate
wiring diagram, troubleshooting and design of a with software
ladder diagram.

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CO4: Develop a program to interface between BEE2941 Basic Electropneumatics


software and Hardware Credt Hours: 2
CO5: Apply right safety precaution in laboratory Pre-equisite: None
and workplace.
Synpsis

BEE1941 Electrical Wiring This subject covers about pneumatic and


Credit Hours: 2 electropneumatics system starting from energy
Pre-Requisite: None supply, input elements, processing elements,
control elements and working elements. The
Synopsis student also will learn how to used
electropneumatic tools and design
This course introduces students to the single electropneumatic control system using relay, timer,
phase and three phase wiring and installation. The counter and sensors.
students will learn about supply system, rules and
regulation, wiring system and electrical protection Course Outcomes
system. They are also will practice in applying
trunking and conduits for electrical wiring as well as CO1: Describe pneumatic & electropneumatic
doing fitting and installation of electrical system system and its components.
devices. Then, they will conduct inspection and CO2: Identify operation of various type of sensors
testing on their wiring and installation as safety related to pneumatic system.
conformation and fulfill the regulations. CO3: Design pneumatic & electropneumatic
control system.
Course Outcomes CO4: Practice right attitude and safety procedure.

CO1: Interpret rules and regulation for electrical


wiring comprising of cable selection, load BEE2961 Industrial Electropneumatic
calculation, inspection and testing. Credit Hours: 2
CO2: Construct the single phase and three phase Pre-Requisite: None
electrical wiring correctly.
CO3: Use suitable wiring tools and accessories. Synopsis
CO4: Demonstrate right attitude and safety
implementation. The students will learn on how to control and
integrate the electro pneumatics system using
BEE1961 Motor Control programmable logic controller (PLC). This subject
Credit Hours: 2 focuses on applying programming for various types
Pre-Requisite: None of electropneumatics applications.

Synopsis Course Outcomes

This course exposes students to various types of CO1: Understanding of programmable logic
three phase induction motor starting circuit. The controller structure and configurations.
students also will learn about the principle of CO2: Understand and apply ladder programming
electrical motor and its protection system. instruction
CO3: Design and apply programmable logic
Course Outcomes controller in electropneumatics applications.
CO4: Practice right attitude and safety procedure.
CO1: Explain the function, types and components
of electrical motor.
CO2: Implement motor starter circuit. BEE3941 Microcontroller Applications
CO3: Construct motor control circuit using suitable Credit Hours: 2
tools and accessories. Pre-Requisite: None
CO4: Practice right attitude and safety
implementation. Synopsis

This course exposes students to the Peripheral


Interface Circuit programming and hardware
configurations. Beginning with understanding on
PIC architecture, applying programming software is
used to operate hardware function. Several
applications such as ADC, PWM, UART for USB
and LCD functions are used to get more
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Course Outcomes
Course Outcomes
CO1: Describe the basic principles of circuit
CO1: Explain the function, types and components theorems (DC and AC)
of PIC control system. CO2: Perform AC steady-state power
CO2: Implement PIC hardware and software. calculations, power triangle and power
CO3: Demonstrate right attitude and safety factor correction.
implementation. CO3: Analyze variation RLC circuits using
CO4: Construct PIC circuit using suitable tools frequency domain and resonant
and components. parameter.
CO4: Analyze second order circuits.
CO5: Apply the theorems and concepts in order to
BEE1133 Circuit Analysis I analyze any given linear electric
Credit Hours: 3 circuit.
Pre-Requisite: None CO6: Work in a team and communicate
effectively.
Synopsis

This course introduces the basic concepts and BEE1213 Digital Electronics
engineering methods of DC and AC circuit Credit Hours: 3
analysis. The contents include Ohm's Law, Pre-Requisite: None
Kirchhoff's Law, series and parallel circuits, Mesh
and Nodal analysis, Source Transformation Synopsis
Theorems, and responses of basic First Order
circuits. This course emphasizes on the fundamental of
digital electronics. The student is first taught about
Course Outcomes the number system and logic gates before
introducing them to digital IC technology. Then
CO1: Describe basic principle of laws, rules and they are exposed to both combinational logic
circuit analysis (Direct Current and network and combinational MSI logic. In
Alternating Current). concurrence with this, the fundamental of
CO2: Analyze linear circuits. sequential logic, flip-flop, counter and shift register
CO3: Apply the circuit analysis techniques to will be taught. Finally, the memory devices are
solve any given linear electric circuit. introduced.
CO4: Work in a team and communicate effectively
Course Outcomes

BEE1143 Electric Circuits II CO1: Apply various techniques for digital logic
Credit Hours: 3 simplification
Pre-Requisite: BEE1133 CO2: Apply basic gates, flip flops and MSI in
digital circuit
Synopsis CO3: Analyze simple logic system
CO4: Work in a team and communicate
This course provides the basic concepts and effectively
engineering methods of DC and AC circuits. The
contents include applications of Mesh and Nodal
analysis, Superposition and Source Transformation BEE1222 Computer Programming
Theorems, Thevenin and Norton Theorem. Credit Hours: 2
Resonant circuit, second order circuit and Pre-Requisite: None
Balanced 3-phase circuits are also covered.
Synopsis

This course presents the C programming language


for electrical & electronic engineer. The contents
emphasis not only on the theoretical knowledge of
programming but also the practical implementation
in real-life situation. Students will learn basic
structure of computer programming in C language.
Students will also be exposed to method for basic
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Course Outcomes CO4: Determine and interpret the parameters of


transformer and torque-speed
CO1: Explain basic hardware/software interfacing. characteristics of rotating machines.
CO2: Demonstrate structure programming CO5: Communicate effectively
technique using high level language.
CO3: Use computer programming techniques in
solving electrical & electronics engineering BEE2143 Signals & Networks
problem. Credit Hours: 3
CO4: Work in team and communicate effectively. Pre-Requisite: BUM2133

Synopsis
BEE1313 Instrumentation & Measurement
Credit Hours: 3 This course introduces the students to various
Pre-Requisite: None signals transformation techniques and its
application to electrical circuits. This includes
Synopsis Fourier Series, Fourier Transforms and Laplace
Transform. The concept of transfer function is
This course introduces students to the principles of introduced in filter analysis and design with
instrumentation and measurements, determination additional two port network techniques.
of error that caused by the meters. The students
will be exposed to the architecture and the Course Outcomes
operation of DC and AC meters, oscilloscope,
signal generator, sensors and transducers, CO1: Identify various types of signals and
analysis of DC and AC meters and introduction to systems.
signal conditioning. CO2: Apply Fourier and Laplace transform in
solving electrical circuit problems.
Course Outcomes CO3: Analyze filters characteristic and obtain its
transfer function.
CO1: Describe the elements of Instrumentation & CO4: Apply two-port parameters in solving
Measurement System. electrical circuit problems
CO2: Solve numerical problems for AC and DC
meters.
CO3: Demonstrate the operation of oscilloscope, BEE2213 Analog Electronics I
signal generator, measuring devices and Credit Hours: 3
their applications. Pre-Requisite: BEE1133
CO4: Communicate and express idea effectively.
Synopsis

BEE2123 Electrical Machines This course introduces the fundamental of


Credit Hours: 3 semiconductor devices which are diodes and
Pre-Requisite: None transistors. It also describes BJT transistors
operational characteristic that covers the DC and
Synopsis AC analysis. In addition, the various type of BJT
configuration will be examined and analyzed.
This course introduces the fundamental concepts Furthermore, the analysis of the amplifier circuit will
and principles of transformer and various types of be extended to its frequency response.
electrical machines. It is intended for students to
understand fundamental aspects of rotating Course Outcomes
electrical machines. The first part of the course is a
quick review of some electromagnetism CO1: Describe the characteristic and operation of
fundamental while the following will deal with the semiconductor diodes and BJT transistor
transformers and different types of electrical properties in AC and DC condition
machines. CO2: Analyze the operating condition of various
BJT configuration in AC and DC condition
Course Outcomes CO3: Determine the frequency response of
various BJT configuration
CO1: Describe the basic principles of selected
electrical machines.
CO2: Analyze the transformer and machines
equivalent circuits.
CO3: Analyze the operating conditions for
electrical machines under steady state
conditions.

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Theory in the Electrical Engineering courses. The


BEE2223 Microprocessor syllabus covered includes the concepts of
Credit Hours: 3 electrostatic field, magnetostatic field and
Pre-Requisite: BEE1213 electromagnetic field (time varying field).

Synopsis Course Outcomes

This course in an introduction to a microprocessor. CO1: Apply the basic concept of vector algebra in
Students are exposed to the internal architecture of coordinate system to solve electric and
the microprocessor, various instruction sets, and magnetic fields problems.
basic hardware design of microprocessor-based CO2: Solve electric and magnetic fields including
stored energies due to specified charge and
Course Outcomes current distributions.
CO3: Solve problem involving one dimensional
CO1: Explain the architecture of the Poisson's and Laplace's equations.
microprocessor system. CO4: Differentiate the physical basis of Maxwell's
CO2: Use assembly language to program a equations in integral and differential forms.
microprocessor system. CO5: Apply the properties of electromagnetic (EM)
CO3: Develop a simple hardware based on 68000 wave in relation to its propagation.
Microprocessor.
CO4: Work in a team and communicate effectively
BEE3313
Principles of Control Systems
BEE2233 Credit Hours: 3
Analog Electronics II Pre-Requisite: None
Credit Hours: 3
Pre-Requisite: BEE2213 Synopsis

Synopsis This course introduces students to the control


system technology, mathematical models of
This course introduces the fundamental of feedback systems. The students will be exposed to
semiconductor devices which are transistors. It transient and steady-state analysis, root locus,
also describes Field-Effect Transistor (FET) frequency response and analysis design of
operational characteristic that covers the DC and compensator.
AC analysis. Some important devices such as op-
amp and active filters are also introduced. Towards Course Outcomes
the end of this course, students are exposed to the
applications of these semiconductor devices. CO1: Acquire fundamental concept of control
During the laboratory sessions, students are systems.
expected to demonstrate and troubleshoot basic CO2: Derive and manipulate mathematical model
semiconductor device circuits. and transfer function of physical systems.
CO3: Analyze control system performance in
Course Outcomes terms of transient, steady-state, and
frequency.
CO1: Describe the characteristic and operation of response of a linear time-invariant systems.
FET properties and op-amp in AC and DC CO4: Design a compensator to meet
condition. specifications in frequency domain.
CO2: Identify various FET and op-amp
configuration in AC and DC condition. BEE3413
CO3: Design for various type of FET amplifier Principles of Communication Systems
configuration and active filters. Credit Hours: 3
CO4: Demonstrate and troubleshoot FET and op- Pre-Requisite: BEE3413
amp circuits.
Synopsis
BEE3113
Electromagnetic Fields Theory This course introduces theories in the area of
Credit Hours: 3 communication systems. Topics covered include
Pre-Requisite: None the basic elements of communications, signal
analysis, amplitude modulation, angle modulations
Synopsis and digital modulations, as well as transmission
channels and noise impact on the modulation
This course introduces students on the importance system. Finally, some emergence of digital
and the applications of the Electromagnetic Fields

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communication technologies are presented and


compared.

Course Outcomes

CO1: Describe the basic principle of


communication system.
CO2: Analyze and differentiate various type of
Modulation and demodulation techniques.
CO3: Apply the concepts to practical applications
in Telecommunication.
CO4: Work in a team and communicate effectively.

BEE4632
Maintenance Technology
Credit hours: 2
Pre-Requisite: None

Synopsis

This course exposed the students to various


maintenance strategies and technologies available
for maintenance practices adoption. The course
will introduce the students to the many skills
required for the implementation of an effective
maintenance program, including workplace
environment simulation, i.e. interpersonal skills,
desired work-culture, costs appreciation, workplace
safety, workplace productivity, etc.

Course Outcomes

CO1: Describe the importance of maintenance


organization in an industry.
CO2: Classify the types of maintenance strategies
available.
CO3: Distinguish differences of predictive
maintenance tools.
CO4: Implement an effective maintenance
program for a specific set- up.
CO5: Execute an effective failure analysis
Techniques.
CO6: Assess maintenance performance using
Computerized Maintenance Management
System (CMMS) software.
CO7: Demonstrate appropriate and effective
action for plant shutdown programme.

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FACULTY OF COMPUTER SYSTEMS &


SOFTWARE ENGINEERING

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FACULTY OF COMPUTER SYSTEMS & SOFTWARE ENGINEERING

INTRODUCTION

Faculty of Computer Systems & Software Engineering was established on 16 February 2002 to produce
knowledgeable, high skilled and competitive graduates within the sphere of software engineering,
system and computer network. At the beginning, the faculty had two fields which are Software
Engineering and Networking.

The faculty has also embarked on research and development activities in the area such as information
systems, software engineering, computer systems, communication systems, graphic and multimedia
technology to produce technologies that are relevant to the needs of industries. Currently, the faculty has
four research groups which are Network & Security, Modeling & Simulation, Data Mining & Knowledge
Management and Graphic & Image Processing to support university’s focus groups (Manufacturing &
Automotive and Chemical & Biotechnology).

The faculty emphasizes on the development and growth of its students’ enrolment and graduates.
Through high quality teaching (by completing specific quality outcome and generic skills), great
laboratories facilities, proper and careful advising and numerous professional activities, our students
have opportunity to excel in the classroom and laboratory session. In a personable atmosphere, the
students become well prepared in the term of software engineering knowledge and technical skills. Thus,
they are ready and confident to begin their professional career or further their studies.

The faculty’s current planning is to be an ICT reference centre in Pahang to support the development of
East Coast Economic Region (ECER), Malaysia. To realize this, many activities which involve industries
and government sectors have been carried out.

PROGRAMMES OFFERED

• Bachelor of Computer Science (Software Engineering) with Honours


• Bachelor of Computer Science (Computer Systems & Networking) with Honours
• Bachelor of Computer Science (Graphics & Multimedia Technology) with Honours
• Diploma in Computer Science

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

• Diploma in Computer Science


• Assistant Software Engineer
• Computer Programmer
• Web Application Developer
• Assistant Information Developer
• Computer System Analyst
• Assistant IT Manager
• Technical Consultant
• Computer Application Developer
• Sales & Marketing
• Technoprenuer

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Bachelor of Computer Science (Software Engineering) with Honours

• Software Quality Engineer


• System Analyst
• System Administrator
• Information System Officer
• Solutions Architect
• System Specialist
• Database Administrator
• Research Engineer
• Consultant
• Marketing Executive
• Technoprenuer

Bachelor of Computer Science (Computer Systems & Networking) with Honours

• Computer Systems & Network Engineer


• System Analyst
• Network Administrator
• Information System Officer
• Server Administrator
• Information System Officer
• System & Network Analyst
• Research Engineer
• Consultant
• Marketing Executive
• Technoprenuer

Bachelor of Computer Science (Graphics & Multimedia Technology) with Honours

• Computer Graphic & Multimedia Programmer


• System Analyst
• Web Designer
• Information System Officer
• 3D Programmer
• Game Developer
• Multimedia Developer
• Research Engineer
• Consultant
• Marketing Executive
• Technoprenuer

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FACULTY OF COMPUTER SYSTEM & SOFTWARE ENGINEERING
CURRICULUM STRUCTURE
BACHELOR OF COMPUTER SCIENCE (COMPUTER SYSTEMS & NETWORKING) WITH HONOURS

YEAR FIRST SECOND THIRD FOURTH

SEM FIRST SECOND FIRST SECOND FIRST SECOND FIRST SECOND

BCN1043 BCN3063
BCI1143 BCN2193 BCI2313 BCN2093 BCS2313 BCC4012
COMPUTER DISTRIBUTED &
PROBLEM NETWORK ALGORITHM & NETWORK ANALYSIS ARTIFICIAL INDUSTRIAL
ARHITECTURE AND PARALLEL
SOLVING TECHNOLOGIES COMPLEXITY AND DESIGN INTELLIGENCE TRAINING
ORGANIZATION COMPUTING

BCN1063 BCN1053
BCI1093 BCS2143 BCN2023 BCC3024
STRUCTURED DATA BCN2083
DATA STRUCTURE & OBJECT ORIENTED DATA & NETWORK UNDERGRADUATE
NETWORK COMMUNICATION COMPUTER NETWORKS
ALGORITHMS PROGRAMMING SECURITY PROJECT II
CABLING AND NETWORKING
UNDERGRADUATE PROSPECTUS 2016/2017

BUM1433
BCN2053 BCS1033 BCS1133
DISCRETE BCN3203 BCS2243 BCN1*23
OPERATING SOFTWARE SYSTEMS ANALYSIS AND
STRUCTURE & WAN TECHNOLOGY WEB ENGINEERING ELECTIVE BCN II
SYSTEMS ENGINEERING DESIGN
APPLICATION
BUM1233
BCI1023 UHF1**1 BCN3043 BCC3012
DISCRETE UH****2 BCN1*33
PROGRAMMING FOREIGN LANGUAGE NETWORK SERVICE UNDERGRADUATE
MATHEMATICS & ELECTIVE UNIVERSITY I ELECTIVE BCN III
TECHNIQUES LEVEL I ADMINISTRATION PROJECT I
APPLICATION

UHF2**1

50
UQB1**1 BCN3033 BCN3023

COURSES
UHM2022 BCI2023 BUM2413 FOREIGN
CO-CURRICULUM NERTWORK NETWORK
ETHNIC RELATIONS DATABASE SYSTEMS APPLIED STATISTICS LANGUAGE LEVEL
1 PROGRAMMING MANAGEMENT
II

UHL2412 UHL2422 UHL2432


UHE***2
UHS1021 ENGLISH FOR ENGLISH FOR ENGLISH FOR UGE2002 BCN1*13
ELECTIVE
SOFT SKILLS 1 ACADEMIC TECHNICAL PROFESIONAL TECHNOPRENEURSHIP ELECTIVE BCN I
UNIVERSITY II
COMMUNICATION COMMUNICATION COMMUNICATION

UHR1012
ISLAMIC AND UQ*2**1 UHS2021
ASIAN CO-CURRICULUM II SOFT SKILLS 2
CIVILISATIONS 1

UCS1110 UHL2400
FIRST YEAR FUNDAMENTALS OF
SEMINAR ENGLISH LANGUAGE

TOTAL CREDIT 16 17 16 16 17 17 16 12

TOTAL CREDIT
FOR 127
GRADUATION
FACULTY OF COMPUTER SYSTEM & SOFTWARE ENGINEERING
CURRICULUM STRUCTURE
BACHELOR OF COMPUTER SCIENCE (SOFTWARE ENGINEERING) WITH HONOURS

YEAR FIRST SECOND THIRD FOURTH

SEM FIRST SECOND FIRST SECOND FIRST SECOND FIRST SECOND

BCI1093 BCS3143
BCI1143 BCI2023 BCN2053 BCI2313 UHF1**1 BCC4012
DATA SOFTWARE
PROBLEM DATABASE OPERATING ALGORITHM & FOREIGN LANGUAGE INDUSTRIAL
STRUCTURE & PROJECT
SOLVING SYSTEMS SYSTEMS COMPLEXITY LEVEL I TRAINING
ALGORITHMS MANAGEMENT
BCN1053
BCS2143
BCS1033 DATA BCS2313 BCC3012
OBJECT BCS2213 BCS1*23
SOFTWARE COMMUNICATION ARTIFICIAL UNDERGRADUATE
ORIENTED FORMAL METHOD ELECTIVE BCS III
ENGINEERING AND INTELLIGENCE PROJECT I
PROGRAMMING
NETWORKING
UNDERGRADUATE PROSPECTUS 2016/2017

BCN1043
BCS2173 BCS3233
COMPUTER BCI1023 BCS2243 BCC3024
HUMAN BCS3233 SOFTWARE
ARHITECTURE PROGRAMMING WEB UNDERGRADUATE
COMPUTER SOFTWARE TESTING ENGINEERING
AND TECHNIQUES ENGINEERING PROJECT II
INTERACTION PRACTICES
ORGANIZATION
BUM1233 BCS1133 BCS2233 BCS2343 BCS3153
BCN2023 BCS3263
DISCRETE SYSTEMS SOFTWATE SOFTWARE SOFTWARE
DATA & NETWORK SOFTWARE QUALITY
MATHEMATICS ANALYSIS AND REQUIREMENT DESIGN EVOLUTION &
SECURITY ASSURANCE
& APPLICATION DESIGN WORKSHOP WORKSHOP MAINTENANCE

51
BUM1433
UQB1**1 UQ*2**1 BUM2413 UHF2**1
DISCRETE UGE2002 BCS1*23

COURSES
CO- CO-CURRICULUM APPLIED FOREIGN
STRUCTURE & TECHNOPRENEURSHIP ELECTIVE BCS II
CURRICULUM 1 II STATISTICS LANGUAGE LEVEL II
APPLICATION

UHL2412 UHL2422 UHL2432


UHE***2
UHS1021 ENGLISH FOR ENGLISH FOR ENGLISH FOR BCS1*13 UHS2021
ELECTIVE
SOFT SKILLS 1 ACADEMIC TECHNICAL PROFESSIONAL ELECTIVE BCS I SOFT SKILLS 2
UNIVERSITY II
COMMUNICATION COMMUNICATION COMMUNICATION
UHR1012
UHL2400
ISLAMIC AND UHM2022 UH****2
FUNDAMENTAL
ASIAN ETHNIC ELECTIVE
OF ENGLISH
CIVILISATIONS RELATIONS UNIVERSITY I
LANGUAGE
1
UCS1110
FIRST YEAR
SEMINAR

TOTAL
16 17 17 17 17 15 16 12
CREDIT
TOTAL
CREDIT FOR 127
GRADUATION
FACULTY OF COMPUTER SYSTEM & SOFTWARE ENGINEERING
CURRICULUM STRUCTURE
BACHELOR OF COMPUTER SCIENCE (GRAPHICS & MULTIMEDIA TECHNOLOGY) WITH HONOURS

YEAR FIRST SECOND THIRD FOURTH

SEMESTER FIRST SECOND FIRST SECOND FIRST SECOND FIRST SECOND

BCI1143 BCI1093 BCS2313 BCS2243 BCC3024 BCC4012


BCI2023 BCG1*23
PROBLEM DATA STRUCTURE & ARTIFICIAL WEB UNDERGRADUATE INDUSTRIAL
DATABASE SYSTEMS ELECTIVE BCG II
SOLVING ALGORITHMS INTELLIGENCE ENGINEERING PROJECT II TRAINING

BCM3163
BCS1033 BCN2053 BCI2313 BCM3203 BCN2023
BCM2053 COMPUTER
UNDERGRADUATE PROSPECTUS 2016/2017

SOFTWARE OPERATING ALGORITHM & COMPUTER GAMES DATA & NETWORK


COMPUTER GRAPHIC GAMES
ENGINEERING SYSTEMS COMPLEXITY PROGRAMMING II SECURITY
PROGRAMMING 1
BCN1043
COMPUTER BCI1023 BCS1133 BCM3233 UHF2**1
BCM3103 UH****2
ARHITECTURE PROGRAMMING SYSTEM ANALYSIS & 3D MODELING & FOREIGN LANGUAGE
VIRTUAL REALITY ELECTIVE UNIVERSITY I
AND TECHNIQUES DESIGN ANIMATION LEVEL II
ORGANIZATION
BUM1233 BCM2023 BCI3283
BCS2173 BCS2143 BCM3243
DISCRETE FUNDAMENTAL OF MOBILE BCG1*33
HUMAN COMPUTER OBJECT ORIENTED PROJECT DEVELOPMENT

52
MATHEMATICS & DIGITAL MEDIA APPLICATION ELECTIVE BCG III
INTERACTION PROGRAMMING WORKSHOP
APPLICATION DESIGN DEVELOPMENT

COURSES
BUM1433 UHL2422 BCN1053 UHF1**1
UQB1**1 BCC3012 UHE***2
DISCRETE ENGLISH FOR DATA FOREIGN
CO-CURRICULUM UNDERGRADUATE ELECTIVE
STRUCTURE & TECHNICAL COMMUNICATION LANGUAGE LEVEL
1 PROJECT I UNIVERSITY II
APPLICATION COMMUNICATION AND NETWORKING I

UHL2412 UHL2432
UHS1021 ENGLISH FOR BUM2123 ENGLISH FOR BCG1*13 UGE2002
SOFT SKILLS 1 ACADEMIC APPLIED CALCULUS PROFESSIONAL ELECTIVE BCG I TECHNOPRENEURSHIP
COMMUNICATION COMMUNICATION

UHR1012
UHL2400
ISLAMIC AND UQ*2**1 UHS2021 UHM2022
FUNDAMENTAL OF
ASIAN CO-CURRICULUM II SOFT SKILLS 2 ETHNIC RELATIONS
ENGLISH LANGUAGE
CIVILISATIONS 1

TOTAL CREDIT 16 17 18 17 16 17 13 12

TOTAL CREDIT
FOR 126
GRADUATION
UNDERGRADUATE PROSPECTUS 2016/2017

ELECTIVE COURSES FOR


BACHELOR OF COMPUTER SCIENCE (COMPUTER SYSTEMS & NETWORKING) WITH
HONOURS

CREDIT
NO. CODE COURSE
HOUR
FUNDAMENTAL OF DIGITAL MEDIA
1 BCM2023 3
DESIGN
2 BCM2063 COMPUTER GRAPHICS 3
3 BCS2173 HUMAN COMPUTER INTERACTION 3
Total Credit 9

ELECTIVE COURSES FOR


BACHELOR OF COMPUTER SCIENCE (SOFTWARE ENGINEERING) WITH HONOURS

CREDIT
NO. CODE COURSE
HOUR
1 BCM3163 COMPUTER PROGRAMMING I 3
FUNDAMENTAL OF DIGITAL MEDIA
2 BCM2023 3
DESIGN
3 BCN2083 COMPUTER NETWORKS 3
Total Credit 9

ELECTIVE COURSES FOR


BACHELOR OF COMPUTER SCIENCE (GRAPHICS & MULTIMEDIA TECHNOLOGY ) WITH
HONOURS

CREDIT
NO. CODE COURSE
HOUR
1 BCN2093 NETWORK ANALYSIS AND DESIGN 3
2 BCS2203 FORMAL METHOD 3
3 BCN3133 COMPUTER ETHICS AND POLICIES 3
Total Credit 9

53
FACULTY OF COMPUTER SYSTEM & SOFTWARE ENGINEERING
CURRICULUM STRUCTURE
DIPLOMA IN COMPUTER SCIENCE

YEAR SHORT SEM FIRST SECOND THIRD

SEMESTER FIRST SECOND FIRST SECOND FIRST SECOND

UQB1011 DUM1113 DCM1013 DCI1033 DUM2413 DCC3112


BRIGED SISWA BASIC GRAPHICAL USER DATA STRUCTURE & STATISTIC & INDUSTRIAL
(KOKURIKULUM) MATHEMATICS INTERFACE ALGORITHM PROBABILITY TRAINING

DCI1053 DUM1213
UHL1412 DCI2063
COMPUTER FUNDAMENTAL DC****3
FOUNDATION OBJECT ORIENTED
UNDERGRADUATE PROSPECTUS 2016/2017

SYSTEMS & DISCRETE ELECTIVE I


ENGLISH PROGRAMMING
APPLICATION STRUCTURE
DCI1013 DCI1043
UHS1021 DCI2073 DC****3
PROBLEM DATABASE
SOFT SKILLS 1 WEB PROGRAMMING ELECTIVE II
SOLVING SYSTEMS
DCN1023
DCI1023
DATA DUM1123 DC****3
PROGRAMING
COMMUNICATION CALCULUS ELECTIVE III

54
TECHNIQUES
& NETWORKING

COURSES
DCN1013
DCS1013 DCC3024
COMPUTER DCN1033
SYSTEMS ANALYSIS FINAL YEAR
ARCHITECTURE & OPERATING SYSTEMS
DESIGN PROJECT II
ORGANIZATION
UHR1012 UGE1002
ISLAMIC AND ASAS DCC3012 UHS2021
ASIAN PEMBUDAYAAN FINAL YEAR PROJECT I SOFT SKILLS 2
CIVILISATIONS 1 KEUSAHAWANAN

UHL1422 UHL1432
ENGLISH FOR UHM2022 ENGLISH FOR
ACADEMIC HUBUNGAN ETNIK OCCUPATIONAL
SKILLS COMMUNICATION

TOTAL CREDIT 4 19 19 19 19 12

TOTAL CREDIT
90
FOR GRADUATION
UNDERGRADUATE PROSPECTUS 2016/2017

ELECTIVE COURSES FOR


DIPLOMA IN COMPUTER SCIENCE

CREDIT
NO. CODE COURSE
HOUR
1 DCN2033 DATA & NETWORK SECURITY 3
MULTIMEDIA TECHNOLOGY &
2 DCM2033 3
APPLICATION
3 DCI3063 CURRENT ISSUES IN ICT 3
Total Credit 9

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UNDERGRADUATE PROSPECTUS 2016/2017

COURSE SYNOPSIS - DEGREE BCI1143 Problem Solving


Credit Hour: 3
BCI1023 Programming Techniques Prerequisite: None
Credit Hour: 3
Prerequisite: None Synopsis

Synopsis This course expose to the students with the


appropriate computing methods in solving
This course discusses on understanding problem through programming approach,
problems and translating them into computer which consists of programming design,
solution techniques using programming algorithm, pseudo code, flow chart and logic
language. This course enables students to structure.
select appropriate programming techniques,
write programming codes from given Course Outcomes
problems and execute programming codes
successfully. CO1: Produce the solutions for a given
problems using appropriate problem
Course Outcomes solving approach.
CO2: Demonstrate logical thinking skills in
CO1: Select appropriate techniques in problem solving.
solving a problem. CO3: Demonstrate team working skills
CO2: Construct and run programs. through group assignment
CO3: Differentiate various techniques in
solving a problem.
BCI2023 Database Systems
Credit Hour: 3
Bci1093 Data Structure & Prerequisite: None
Algorithms
Credit Hour: 3 Synopsis
Prerequisite: BCS1023 Programming
Techniques The course emphasizes on the importance
of data to an organization and how the data
Synopsis should be managed. Database management
system (DBMS) will be viewed as a solution
This course is designed to expose the to the problems of file processing system.
students to the data structures and Aspects of relational database design will be
algorithm. It provide theoretical basis in data covered in details. This includes database
structures and the application of data development life cycle, database
structures is based on standard algorithms. architecture, data models, and normalization
Students must also be able to transform the process. Several query languages such as
data structure and algorithms problems into relational algebra, Structured Query
the computer programs. Language (SQL) and Query by Example
(QBE) will be discussed but the emphasis is
Course Outcomes on SQL. Students will be given a real life
problem to design and develop a database
CO1: Analise various types of data application system. In the later part of the
structures and algorithms techniques course students will be exposed to the latest
in solving a related problem. developments in database architecture.
CO2: Construct a programme by applying
the data structure and algorithms
techniques for a related problem.
CO3: Use online application to find solution
for a related problem.

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Course Outcomes BCN1043 COMPUTER ARCHITECTURE &


ORGANIZATION
CO1: Distinguish appropriate concepts, Credit Hour: 3
principles and applications of Prerequisite: None
database systems.
CO2: Manipulate queries using the syntax

of Structure Query Language (SQL), Synopsis
Relational Algebra and Query By
Example. This course discusses the component,
CO3: Construct innovative solution through structure and function of a computer. It
the representation of data model expose student with the architecture and
using ER and EER Diagrams and organization of a computer. This subject
normalize database to be covers on the numbering system and the
implemented in database application representation of data, the internal and
system using appropriate DBMS. external computer communication through
CO4: Work in group in order to complete system buses and Input and Output,
the given assessments in specific computer storage, internal architecture of
time frame. Central Processing Unit, Logic Gates and
Boolean Algebra. Assembly languages are
expose to student for better understanding
BCI2313 Algorithms And Complexity
of the computer structure and component as
Credit Hour: 3
Prerequisite: BCS1093 Data Structure & a whole.
Algorithms
Course Outcomes

Synopsis CO1: Classify and illustrate the internal and
external components of a computer
Algorithm design and analysis is a structure and its functionality which
fundamental and important part of computer include CPU, buses, memory and I/O.
science. This course introduces students to Explain how the components of a
advanced techniques for the design and computer architecture and
analysis of algorithms and explorers a organization contribute to the
variety of applications. computer performance.
CO2: Display and calculate the different
machine data level representation,
Course Outcomes
arithmetic and write a assembly
language code to show computer
CO1: Analyze various advanced types of
inner working behavior.
algorithms techniques in solving a
CO3: Demonstrate team working element
related problem.
by solving problems of computer
CO2: Construct a programme by applying
architecture and organization in a
the most optimize algorithms
groups.
techniques for a related problem.
CO3: Use online application to find solution
for a related problem.
BCN1053 Data Communication &
Networking
Credit Hour: 3
Prerequisite: None

Synopsis

This course introduces the architecture,


structure, functions, components, and
models of the Internet and other computer
networks. It uses the OSI and TCP layered

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models to examine the nature and roles of CO3 : Relate their surrounding
protocols and services at the application, environment (i.e. economy,
network, data link, and physical layers. The environmental, cultural) with the
principles and structure of IP addressing and professional practice in the context
the fundamentals of Ethernet concepts, of data network and security.
media, and operations are introduced to
provide a foundation for the curriculum.
BCN2053 Operating Systems
Credit Hour: 3
Course Outcomes
Prerequisite: None
CO1 : Demonstrate knowledge and
understanding of basics computer Synopsis
networking.
CO2 : Construct a simple LAN topologies This subject introduces the various data and
by applying basic principles of control structures necessary for the design
cabling using network simulation. and implementation of modern computer
CO3 : Follow basic configuration of operating systems. Memory, Processor,
network design using real network
Concurrent, File, Device and Network
devices such as switches and
routers. Management are explored as the basic of all
CO4 : Relate their surrounding Operating Systems.
environment (i.e. economy,
environmental, cultural) with the Course Outcomes
professional practice in the context
of data communication and CO1 : Distinguish the relationship
networking. between OS and hardware (User
command interface, Memory
Management, Processor
BCN2023 Data & Network Security Management, Concurrent
Credit Hour: 3 Manager, File Management,
Prerequisite: None Device Management & Network
Management).
Synopsis CO2 : Construct & manipulate OS
instructions via Command line and
The course introduces fundamental of data Shell Scripting.
and network security. Course's chapters CO3 : Search and manage relevant
information from different sources
explain information security concepts,
related to the operating systems.
fundamentals, purposes, implementation
and discussion in their respective areas
related to data and network security. Topics BCS1033 Software Engineering
include: foundational concepts in security, Credit Hour: 3
principles of secure design, threats and Prerequisite: None
attacks, malware, cryptographic tools,
network securing, and intrusion detection Synopsis
and prevention systems.
This course presents an introduction to
Course Outcomes software engineering concepts including:
software engineering paradigms,
CO1 : Analyze theory and principles of requirements specification, design, software
information security, types of verification and validation; software evolution
security threats, potential attacks, and reliability.
data cryptography, firewalls, and
intrusion detection systems.
CO2 : Construct attack and defense
methods into computer and
network environments.

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Course Outcomes BCS2143 Object Oriented Programming


Credit Hour: 3
CO1 : Distinguish the important Prerequisite: BCS1023 Programming
terminology and activities involves Techniques
(theoretically and practically)
related to foundation concepts of Synopsis
software engineering and software
development process. This course provides an introduction to the
CO2 : Show technical solutions to a range concepts of object orientation and object-
of audience. oriented programming (OOP) techniques
CO3 : Work effectively in group and using any object-oriented programming
promote leadership’s skills through language such as JAVA. It will emphasize
effective communication ether in on the use of OOP characteristic that
written, oral form, presentation and
expose students to Unified Modelling
group discussion.
Language (UML) design, class and object,
inheritance, polymorphism, exception
BCS1133 System Analysis & Design handling and Graphical User Interface (GUI)
Credit Hour: 3 and event driven programming.
Prerequisite: None
Course Outcomes
Synopsis
CO1 : Demonstrate the ability of proposing
This course describes the concepts and solution based on object-oriented
methods of information system analysis and approach to the given problem.
design, with an emphasis on system
analysis methods and tools. The course CO2 : Able to translate or implement from
focuses on the issues and management OOAD to working
technique involved in analysis, design and application/system.
implementation of information system.
CO3 : Explain, explore and manipulate the
Course Outcomes proposes solution to build the
application.
CO1 : Classify and choose the knowledge
of systems analysis and design by BCS2313 Artificial Intelligence
selecting appropriate software Credit Hour: 3
development process and tools to Prerequisite: None
be used.
CO2 : Reproduce a system design from a Synopsis
case study that comply with the
stages of systems development life This course introduces student to the theory
cycle. and practice of the Artificial Intelligence (AI).
CO3 : Work effectively in group and Student are expose to the main artificial
promote leadership’s skills through intelligence topics including the fundamental
effective communication ether in issues, search strategies, knowledge
written, oral form, presentation and representation and reasoning, advanced
group discussion.
search, agents, machine learning and
robotics. Practical examples of how artificial
intelligence is applied to commercial,
scientific and consumer applications will be
covered.

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Course Outcomes BCI3913 Structured Query Language


Credit Hour: 3
CO1 : Distinguish the artificial intelligence Prerequisite: BCI2023 Database Systems
concepts and methodologies in
computer science. Synopsis
CO2 : Construct an intelligence system
prototype/module. Understanding the basic concepts of
CO3 : Demonstrate critical thinking ideas relational databases ensure refined code by
in artificial intelligence knowledge developers. This course helps the
and problem-solving. participants to write sub queries, combine
CO4 : Initiate AI knowledge to the final multiple queries into a single query using
year/capstone projects and future SET operators and report aggregated data
problems.
using group functions. Controlling privileges
at the object and system level are also dealt
BCI3283 Mobile Application with in detail.
Development
Credit Hour: 3 This course covers creating indexes and
Prerequisite: BCI1023, BCS2143 constraints, and altering existing schema
objects. Additionally, participants learn how
Synopsis to create and query external tables. In order
to query and manipulate data within the
This course is concerned with the database, to use the dictionary views to
development of applications on mobile and retrieve metadata and create reports about
wireless computing platforms. It explores their schema objects, participants get to
mobile application development aspects with understand the advanced features of SQL.
emphasis on the relationship between Some of the date-time functions available in
theoretical and its practical application using the Oracle Database are also covered. This
cases and real examples of mobile course also discusses how to use the
applications. Emphasis is placed on the regular expression support in SQL.
process, tools and frameworks required to
develop applications for current and Course Outcomes
emerging mobile computing devices.
CO1 : Distinguish the concepts and
Course Outcomes principles of Structured Query
Language (SQL).
CO1 : Analyze the limitations and CO2 : Construct Structured Query
challenges in mobile applications. Language (SQL) for data definition,
CO2 : Construct a mobile application manipulation and control.
using selected software SO3 : Apply SQL formatting style in
development environment. solving data management using
CO3 : Demonstrate ability to recognize SQL.
and respect group member's
attitude, act and belief.
BCN3083 z/OS Foundation
Credit Hour: 3
Prerequisite: None

Synopsis

This course provides students of information


systems technology with the background
knowledge and skills necessary to begin
using the basic facilities of a mainframe
computer. Explore the reasons why public
and private enterprises throughout the world

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rely on the mainframe as the foundation of element of security, hacking cycle,


large-scale computing and discuss the types hacktivsm and ethical hacking.
of workloads that are commonly associated CO2 : Construct attack and defense
with the mainframe, such as batch jobs and methods into computer and
online or interactive transactions, and the network environments.
unique manner in which this work is CO3 : Relate their surrounding
environment (i.e. economy,
processed by a widely used mainframe
environmental, cultural) with the
operating system—z/OS. Students will also professional practice by
be thought the Job Control Language (JCL) demonstrating usage of data and
and mainframe system programming using ethical hacking methods and tools.
COBOL.

Course Outcomes BCN3193 Computer Forensic &


Investigation
CO1 : Distinguish ways in which the Credit Hour: 3
mainframe of today challenges the Prerequisite: None
traditional thinking about
centralized computing versus Synopsis
distributed computing.
CO2 : Construct jobs in mainframe using The primary focus of this course is to give
Job Control Language to perform students instruction in the principle
various tasks. knowledge of Computer Forensics, and the
CO3 : Organize new idea and able for
need to be observed by the computer
autonomous learning in performing
forensic investigator in order to successfully
system programming and
accessing flat-files using COBOL identify, secure, analyze and present digital
programming language. evidence. This course will enable students to
relate the principle and practice of computer
forensic, which builds on that foundation
BCN3113 Ethical Hacking simultaneously enhance the skills of the IT
Credit Hour: 3 security professional.
Prerequisite: BCN2023 Data & Network
Security Course Outcomes

Synopsis CO1 : Illustrate the nature of computer


crime, digital evidence, computer
This course will immerse the student into an forensic principle, network
interactive environment where they will be forensics and the role of computer
shown how to scan, test, hack and secure forensics expert to analyze risk to
their own systems. The lab intensive your system and implement a
environment gives each student in-depth workable security policies to protect
knowledge and practical experience with the information assets.
C02 : Analyze and conduct a computer
current essential security systems. Students
forensics examination and report
will begin by understanding how perimeter
the findings that are suitable for
defenses work and then be lead into use by counsel bot in civil and
scanning and attacking their own networks, criminal matters.
no real network is harmed. Students then CO3 : Organize new idea and able for
learn how intruders escalate privileges and autonomous learning.
what steps can be taken to secure a system.

Course Outcomes

CO1 : Inquire and analyze theory and


principles of information security,

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BCS3413 Introduction To Integrated BCS2173 Human Computer Interaction


Business Process With Sap Credit Hour: 3
Credit Hour: 3 Prerequisite: None
Prerequisite: None
Synopsis
Synopsis
This course provides an introduction to
This course exposes the student to Human-Computer Interaction (HCI). HCI is
integrated business processes with ERP concerned with understanding, designing,
Systems and the key processes supported implementing and evaluating user-interfaces
by modern ERP systems. This course is use so that the students have better support
as both reference guide and a conceptual users in carrying out their tasks. On
resource for students that are taking ERP- completing this course, the students will
focused courses using SAP. It examines in have knowledge of the theoretical
depth the core concepts applicable to all foundations of designing for interaction
ERP environments, and it explains how between humans and computers. They will
those concepts can be utilized to implement also have practical experience in
business processes in SAP systems. implementing and evaluating graphical user
interfaces.
Integrated Business Processes with ERP
Systems approaches topics using an Course Outcomes
integrated process perspective of the firm.
Each process is discussed within the context CO1 : Analyze Human Computer
of its execution across functional areas in Interface (HCI) principles and
the company, with special emphasis on the related approaches.
role of data in managing the coordination CO2 : Construct an application based on
between activities and groups. Students will HCI principles and approaches.
gain a deep appreciation for the role of CO3 : Work effectively in a team for a
project on developing and
enterprise systems in efficiently managing
evaluating the prototype based on
processes from multiple functional
HCI rules.
perspectives.

Course Outcomes BCS2213 FORMAL METHODS


Credit Hour: 3
CO1 : Classify and distinguish between Prerequisite: None
each business processes in their
fields and how they compliments Synopsis
each other in the term of
information sharing and exchange. This course is introducing Formal Methods,
CO2 : Navigate and organize all given which can be used in developing software
business processes information
specification. Formal Methods is the
into the current ERP system.
software specification technique that is used
CO3 : Propose and present advice and
implementation for an enterprise by to ensure the software or system to be
using Enterprise Resource developed is being validated before it is
Planning concepts. actually developed. Therefore any bugs can
be detected at early stage in order to reduce
the cost of the development. Formal
Methods to be introduced in formal notations
using appropriate techniques, skills and
tools.

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Course Outcomes BCS2243 Web Engineering


Credit Hour: 3
CO1 : Demonstrate the understanding of Prerequisite: BCS1023, BCS1133,
theory and principles of Formal BCN1053
Methods in software development.
CO2 : Construct the software specification Synopsis
in formal notation using appropriate
techniques, skills and tools. This course introduces the essential topics
CO3 : Work and communicate effectively of managing the diversity and complexity of
in group to develop software web applications development. Students are
specification in formal notation. required to develop a web/Internet
application based on web engineering
concepts.
BCS2233 Software Requirement
Workshop Course Outcomes
Credit Hour: 3
Prerequisite: BCS1133 Systems Analysis
CO1 : Design appropriate solution using
And Design
fundamental web engineering
concepts.
Synopsis
CO2 : Construct a web-based application
using web-engineering
This course exposes the student to software technologies.
requirement stages. It will concentrate on CO3 : Demonstrate communication
discovering and eliciting requirements effectively in written and oral form
techniques, languages and models for through group discussion, meeting
representing requirements, requirement and presentation session.
documentation standard, handling
requirement changes and writing Software
Requirement Specifications (SRS) BCS2343 Software Design Workshop
customize from DOD and IEEE standard. Credit Hour: 3
Prerequisite: BCS2143, BCS2333
Course Outcomes
Synopsis
CO1 : Classify and capturing requirement
by using appropriate software This course introduces the students how to
development process and tools to develop software development documents –
be used. Software Design Description (SDD) and their
CO2 : Construct a comprehensive system development process. Continue from
Software Requirement previous project/problems, students must
Specification (SRS) document by produce Software Design Description
using UML tools. document follow certain standards.
CO3 : Fix problems and construct
innovative solutions that comply Course Outcomes
with principles of software
engineering (problem solving CO1 : Analyze the software design and
skills). architecture then develop the
CO4 : Work effectively in group and software design documentation.
promote leadership’s skills through CO2 : Construct a system prototype that
effective communication ether in comply with the pre-developed
written, oral form, presentation and software design documentation.
group discussion. CO3 : Work effectively in group and
promote leadership’s skills through
effective communication either in
written, oral form, presentation and
group discussion.

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BCS3133 Software Engineering Practices BCS3153 Software Evolution &


Credit Hour: 3 Maintenance
Prerequisite: BCS2343, BCS3233 Credit Hour: 3
Prerequisite: BCS1133
Synopsis Synopsis

The course aims to prepare software This course will introduce types of
engineering students to work in a small team maintenance as well as other issues such as
on a small project, and to gain hands on economic implications, maintenance
knowledge on software engineering organizational structure, quality
practices through a capstone project. measurement, processes related to change
requests and configuration management.
Course Outcomes Student will also exposes on different
maintenance process models such as
CO1 : Internalize the best practices for Boehm, Osborne, Iterative enhancement
software engineering (from and reuse-oriented models. Upon
inception, design, implementation, completing this class student are expected
testing, maintenance). to be able to understanding the fundamental
CO2 : Formulate and justify software
aspects of software maintenance and
engineering solution for a particular
evolution, including concepts, techniques
problem.
CO3 : Demonstrate critical thinking ideas and process models for system evolution.
to software design.
Course Outcomes

BCS3143 Software Project Management CO1 : Differentiate and classify the


Credit Hour: 3 software evolution and
Prerequisite: BCS2343, BCS3233 maintenance techniques and
issues.
Synopsis CO2 : Examine technical and managerial
problem in software maintenance.
This course exposes the student with step CO3 : Explain and organize the related
information to justify the given idea.
by step project management process
inclusive of project planning, evaluation,
estimation, resource allocation, monitoring
BCS3233 Software Testing
and control and managing people and teams Credit Hour: 3
to bring about the successful completion of Prerequisite: BCS1032, BCS1133
specific project goals and objectives.
Synopsis
Course Outcomes
This course is designed to provide students
CO1 : Distinguish appropriately the with in-depth knowledge on software testing
concepts and principles of Software and its test process. The course covers the
Project Management. basic principles of software testing and test
CO2 : Construct and produce a practical
activities that include the test plan, test
software project management plan
design, monitoring, implementation and test
based on PMBOK.
CO3 : Utilize teamwork skill in executing closure. The student will also learn various
the project plan. categories of test design techniques and
methods used in both black-box and white-
box testing. At the end of this course,
students should be able to recognize various
types and levels of testing as well as
categorizing and applying software testing
process & techniques.

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Course Outcomes will be able to produce report proposal and


solve the problem identified. During the
CO1 : Compare and classify between course, student will be supervised by their
various levels of testing, test types supervisor in order to guide and monitor the
and test approaches. students’ project progress and to ensure that
CO2 : Organize and display the test they can achieve the course objective.
activities throughout the software
testing life cycle. Course Outcomes
CO3 : Work on the test design
techniques, risk analysis and
CO1 : Analyze a specific problem and
reporting within test process.
design the proposed solutions that
comply with principles of computer
science.
BCS3263 Software Quality Assurance CO2 : Organize the solution based on
Credit Hour: 3 specific problem and usage of
Prerequisite: BCS3233 appropriate tools to be used in the
development of the solution.
Synopsis CO3 : Explore and find solution through
independent work.
This course introduces students to the CO4 : Present the solution through oral
concept of Software Quality Assurance and written form in order to defend
(SQA) including principles, component, their proposal.
process, models, standards and certification CO5 : Demonstrate professional values
of SQA. Students are required to and attitude through meeting and
understand the relationship between punctuality in any form of
software quality assurance and software deliverables.
engineering.

Course Outcomes BCC3024 Undergraduate Project Ii


Credit Hour: 3
CO1 : Inquire a knowledge of main Prerequisite: BCC3012 Undergraduate
software quality assurance Project I
activities, their tasks, work products
and their models. Synopsis
CO2 : Organize software product quality
related activities by applying ISO This course aim to give chances for the
and IEEE standards. student to practice and apply their
CO3 : Work in a team and present the knowledge and skills that they gain during
team decision/solution for a given their study in the university. Student will
tasks. learn to identify problem, analyze the
problem, give general solution, collect the
required data regarding specific solution and
BCC3012 Undergraduate Project I do research on the solution. Finally student
Credit Hour: 3 will be able to produce report proposal and
Prerequisite: None solve the problem identified. During the
course, student will be supervised by their
Synopsis
supervisor in order to guide and monitor the
students’ project progress and to ensure that
This course aim to give chances for the
student to practice and apply their they can achieve the course objective.
knowledge and skills that they gain during
their study in the university. Student will
learn to identify problem, analyze the
problem, give general solution, collect the
required data regarding specific solution and
do research on the solution. Finally student

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Course Outcomes BCM3113 3D Modelling & Animation


Credit Hour: 3
CO1 : Develop the solution based on the Prerequisite: BCM2053 Computer
approved proposal (PSM1) which Graphics
comply with the principles of
computer science. Synopsis
CO2 : Organize an appropriate validation
and verification tasks for the The focus of the course is on 3D modelling
propose solution. and animation. Students are introduced to
CO3 : Identify and critically discuss the 3D modelling and animation methods such
solution for future values. as modelling with NURBS, polygons, and
CO4 : Organize and justify the solution subdivision surfaces. Texture mapping,
through oral and written form. lighting, key framing, rigging and rendering
CO5 : Demonstrate professional values
are also discussed. Production pipeline
and attitude through meeting and
issues such as geometry deformation and
punctuality in any form of
deliverables. level of detail are emphasized.

Course Outcomes
BCC4012 Industrial Training
Credit Hour: 3 CO1 : Demonstrate understanding of 3D
Prerequisite: None modelling basic concepts and its
methods.
Synopsis CO2 : Construct 3D models by
implementing concepts of 3D
This course aim to give chances for the modelling.
CO3 : Demonstrate roles as a leader that
student to practice and apply their
been able to plan, coordinate and
managing task and resources.
knowledge and skills that they gain during
their study. During the placement, we expect
students to keep a log book, in which they
make regular entries describing the work BCM3153 Visual Effects & Post
they are undertaking. Student also Production Workshop
supervised by industrial and university Credit Hour: 3
supervisor to guide and ensure that they can Prerequisite: None
do their work as good as possible and
achieved the objective for this course. Synopsis

Course Outcomes This course will discuss on general


knowledge and a few techniques of
CO1 : Organize the industrial training designing User Interface (UI), Three Point
knowledge, experience and skills in Lighting & VFX Lighting, Rendering & VFX
appropriate written report. Rendering, Compositing, Rotoscoping,
CO2 : Construct solution by applying the Motion Tracking. Students will learn basic
theory learned to solve real skills and techniques on modelling,
problem in organization. rendering and compositing.
CO3 : Build communication skills on oral
presentation.
Course Outcomes
CO4 : Work effectively with good critical
thinking and problem solving in
organization to perform task given.
CO1 : Point out the concept and
application of visual effects
CO5 : Practise interpersonal skills and
compositing during post production.
professional ethics in organization.
CO2 : Develop visual effects by applying
the theory and techniques of
lighting, dynamic and particle
Illusion, editing, rendering and
compositing.

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CO3 : Work effectively and creatively to Course Outcomes


achieve the project goals by
building a good relationship and CO1 : Demonstrate the concept of
interaction among team members. computer graphics and ability to
use the computer graphics
technology.
BCM2043 Fundamental Of Multimedia CO2 : Construct 2D graphics by
Credit Hour: 3 implementing concepts of computer
Prerequisite: None graphics and computer graphics
programming.
Synopsis CO3 : Work together effectively to
achieve the same goal by building
This course will expose students to the a good relationship and interaction
theoretical and fundamental concepts of among team members.
multimedia, its applications and the
techniques involved. Topics to be covered
include five elements of multimedia such as BCM2063 Image Processing
text and audio, animation, image and video,
the art of multimedia, and multimedia over Credit Hour: 3
the network.
Prerequisite: BCS1023 Programming
Course Outcomes Techniques

CO1 : Demonstrates conceptual Synopsis


understanding and knowledge in
multimedia, functions of each This course discusses about the processing
multimedia element, its usage and of digital images. The techniques covers are
processing technique. reading image enhance the image quality
CO2 : Manipulate multimedia elements and manipulate the image. Several image
(text, graphic, audio, video & processing methods will be touch in this
animation) using software tools. course. Programming skill and creativity is a
CO3 : Recognize the issues in context of required whereby students’ are compulsory
multimedia technology and able to to do one related project in order to
adapt to other related fields. complete this course.

BCM2053 Computer Graphics Course Outcomes
Credit Hour: 3
Prerequisite: None CO1 : Analyze and investigate different
types of image formats and
Synopsis techniques in Image Processing.
CO2 : Construct a computerized solution
This course is designed to expose the using image processing
student to the concept of computer graphics. techniques.
CO3 : Identify and organize relevance
This includes understanding and designing
information by searching from
various sources.
aspects by using a computer graphics
concepts and technology. Through this
course, students will be exposed to the skill
of interactive computer graphics and some
drawing algorithms using a computer
graphics.

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BCM2073 Modelling & Simulation Course Outcomes

Credit Hour: 3 CO1 : Demonstrate conceptual


understanding of virtual reality,
Prerequisite: BUM2313 Numerical regardless of the programming
Methods language used.
CO2 : Construct virtual reality application
Synopsis: by implementing concepts of virtual
reality.
This course will discuss the general CO3 : Work in team and undertake the
principles and a few techniques of the role of a leader and a group
member interchangeably.
simulation. Topics to be covered are
introduction to simulation, a few examples of
simulation system, general principles in
BCM3123 Data Visualization
modelling, techniques to develop models, Credit Hour: 3
how to verify and validate the models. Prerequisite: None
Students are expected to equip themselves
with adequate skill of modelling and Synopsis
simulation.
Topics include the introduction to data
Course Outcomes visualization. It focuses on the visualization
techniques and method that have a broad
CO1 : Apply certain techniques in applicability in visualization applications.
analyzing the simulation input, This course also covers the dataset concept
output, approve the simulation by describing the most frequently used types
model and also to differentiate
of datasets in visualization. Students will be
between model and proposed
exposed to the various data processing
model.
CO2 : Construct simulation model to stages that form the visualization process:
assist in decision making based on data acquisition, data filtering, data mapping
given problem. and rendering.
CO3 : Develop independence in learning
and exploring the process and Course Outcomes
techniques of modelling and
simulation. CO1 : Analyze the concept of data
visualization in various visualization
applications.
BCM3103 Virtual Reality CO2 : Construct visualization application
Credit Hour: 3 by implementing data processing
Prerequisite: BCM3113 3D Modelling & stages which are data acquisition,
Animations data filtering, data mapping and
rendering.
Synopsis CO3 : Shows the ability for independence
learning and propose the suitable
This module introduces the concepts of solutions to solve the data
virtual reality and enables the students to visualization problems.
gain hands-on experience by developing
their own virtual reality applications. The
student will learn about the virtual reality
architecture, hardware and software,
modelling, augmented reality and
applications of virtual reality in various fields.

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BCM3143 Games Programming Course Outcomes


Credit Hour: 3
Prerequisite: BCS1023 Programming CO1 : Demonstrate analytical and
Techniques conceptual understanding of GIS.
CO2 : Develop a GIS system following the
Synopsis principle of GIS project
development; design, use and
This course will expose students to the reason the spatial analyses
theoretical and fundamental concepts of involved; and apply hands-on skills
games programming, development and of GIS tools.
underlying architecture. Topics to be CO3 : Work together effectively to
covered are game design and achieve a specific goal by building
documentation, game space, 3D in game, a good relationship and interaction
among related associations.
platforms, user interaction/input,
development using specific API, data
management, game engine, runtime engine
BCM3193 Computer Graphics
architecture, animation in game, game AI Programming
with AI engine and other related sub topics Credit Hour: 3
that contributed to the development of game Prerequisite: BCM2053 Computer
application. Graphics

Course Outcomes Synopsis

CO1 : Analyze various components in This course exposes to the students with the
game application and development advance of basic computer graphics. The
across diverse game genre and emphasis will be on the design of 3D object
platform. and its elements. Student will be exposed
CO2 : Construct a cohesive and with the use of major elements of computer
interactive game application by
graphics applications. Through this course,
manipulating game object using
student will be able to develop a simple
game programming technique.
CO3 : Demonstrate critical thinking by complete computer graphics environment.
producing output based on game
development scientific approach. Course Outcomes

CO1 : Demonstrate the concept 3D object


BCM3173 Geographical Information and elements.
System CO2 : Construct 3D graphics and its
Credit Hour: 3 elements by implementing
Prerequisite: None concepts of computer graphics and
computer graphics programming.
Synopsis CO3 : Integrate the concepts and
technology of computer graphics in
This course aims to expose the students producing the computer graphics
application.
with the fundamental concept and principles
of Geographical Information system whilst
giving them the experience of developing
their own GIS system. Upon the completion
of the course, students will also be able to
apply their theoretical knowledge gained in
the hands-on exercises using GIS software.

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BCM3203 Project Development Architecture and Organization, teach


Workshop assembly language programming
Credit Hour: 3 techniques and allow students to practice
Prerequisite: BCM2043 Fundamental of assembler programming. This is a
Multimedia programming intensive course.
Synopsis Course Outcomes
This course is designed to the managing CO1 : Demonstrate knowledge of basic
process of project development life cycle components of a computer
including managing people, cost estimation, including registers, ALU, Instruction
risk management, ethical issues related to Set Architecture and instruction
project management and other activities in execution cycle.
project development using various tools and CO2 : Reproduce high-level programming
technology. into machine-language level by
writing new program or reverse
Course Outcomes engineered.
CO3 : Organize new idea and able for
CO1 : Understand the managing process autonomous learning
of project development including
planning, cost estimation,
requirement analysis, project BCN3053 Distributed And Parallel
design, implementation, evaluation, Computing
risk and ethical issues related to Credit Hour: 3
project development in delivering Prerequisite: BCN1053 Data
successful projects. Communication & Networking, BCN2053
CO2 : Conduct necessary activities in Operating Systems
project management process using
various tools and techniques. Synopsis
CO3 : Implement the mechanisms of
tracking, managing cost estimation This course is intended to introduce and
for the project development and motivate the study of high performance
managing people through computer systems and algorithms. The
communications, negotiation and student will be presented with the
leadership skills. foundational concepts pertaining to the
CO4 : Apply professional practice in different types and classes of high
project development such as performance computers. The students shall
ethical issues, copyright,
learn advanced computer architectures,
accessibility and other related
organization, and design, and also the
professional services.
basics of parallel programming i.e.,
algorithm design and analysis. Software is
BCN2043 Assembly Language no longer sequential. Many programs are
Credit Hour: 3 now concurrent, parallel, distributed or
Prerequisite: BCN1043 Computer mobile. This module explores technologies
Architecture & Organization that enable, the design issues that concern,
and the hierarchy of architectures that
Synopsis deliver, distributed and parallel systems.

This course provides an introduction to Course Outcomes


machine language and assembly language
programming. Concepts discussed include CO1 : Demonstrate the principles and
techniques for encoding data as numbers, fundamentals of distributed and
instruction set design, and the IEEE floating parallel computing the technical
point standard. Assignments, which challenges and current issues the
reinforce ideas covered in Computer systems design.

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CO2 : practice in analyzing, design and algorithms are often quite complicated. This
implementation of distributed and course will go to great lengths to explain the
parallel programs to solve specified underlying processes of the common Layer
problems. 2 and Layer 3 technologies.
CO3 : Organize new idea and able for
autonomous learning. Each concept will be introduced within the
context of a single topology for each
chapter.
BCN1063 Structure Network Cabling
Credit Hour: 3
Course Outcomes
Prerequisite: None
CO1 : Analyze of how a switch
Synopsis
communicates with other switches
and routers in a small or medium-
This course introduces structured cabling for
sized business network to
Local Area Network (LAN). Students are implement wireless LANs and
exposed to the fundamental of computer routing protocol.
network, network topology, network devices CO2 : Organize the configuration,
and cabling tools, Copper cabling, Fiber verification, and troubleshooting
Optic cabling, Simple LAN Device Wireless LANs, Single-area and
Installation, Wide Area Network Connection Multi-area OSPF, and EIGRP.
and network troubleshooting and CO3 : Organize new idea and able for
documentation. autonomous learning in the context
of network problems at layers 1, 2,
Course Outcomes 3 and 7 using a layered model
approach.
CO1 : Investigate the Local Area Network
elements such as basic of
networking, safety environment, BCN2093 Network Analysis & Design
network hardware and related LAN. Credit Hour: 3
CO2 : Design, install, implement, Prerequisite: BCN1053 Data
configure, test and troubleshoot Communication & Networking
structured cabling and LAN device
based on LAN rules and standard. Synopsis
CO3 : Identify problem, discuss and make
suggestion on the structured This course focuses on analysis and design
cabling network. of enterprise networks that are reliable,
secure and manageable. It includes top-
down network design methodology to design
BCN2083 Computer Networks networks that meet customer’s business and
Credit Hour: 3 technical goals, analyzation of business and
Prerequisite: BCN1053 Data technical requirements, examine traffic flow
Communication & Networking and Quality of Service (QoS) requirements,
and production of RFP documentation with
Synopsis
relevant procedure steps for case
study/project to fulfil this subject
The primary focus of this course is on LAN
requirement.
redundancy, wireless LANs and dynamic
routing. This course focuses on switching
Course Outcomes
and routing protocols and concepts used to
improve redundancy, propagate information, CO1 : Analyze various computer
and secure the portion of the network where networks, formulate problems and
most users access network services. provide technical solutions to
Switching technologies are relatively improve quality of service (QoS).
straightforward to implement; however, as CO2 : Build a logical and/or physical
with routing, the underlying protocols and network following all the steps and

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documentation phases for a LANs, and inter-VLAN routing in both IPv4


specific requirement. and IPv6 networks.
CO3 : Demonstrate ability to lead a
project in order to produce RFP. Course Outcomes

CO1 : Discover the critical role routers


BCN2183 Network Services play in enabling communications
Administration across multiple networks.
Credit Hour: 3 CO2 : Construct and organize basic
Prerequisite: BCN1053 Data operations for a newly-installed
Communication & Networking router with primary routing
protocols.
Synopsis CO3 : Organize new idea and able for
autonomous learning in the context
This course is designated to expose the of dynamic routing protocols and
student about Active Directory Technology modern network design.
Specialist s how to implement and configure CO4 : Relate their surrounding
secure network access and implement fault environment (i.e. economy,
tolerant storage technologies, understand environmental, cultural) with the
the network technologies most commonly professional practice by identifying
used and IP-enabled network, and how to router, show and debug commands
to troubleshoot common errors that
secure servers and maintain update
occur in small routed networks.
compliance.

Course Outcomes
BCN3023 Network Management
Credit Hour: 3
CO1 : Classify the services supported by Prerequisite: BCN1053 Data
the Server Technology. Communication & Networking
CO2 : Fix the problems to install and
configure servers and clients Synopsis
applications individually or in a
group by implementing safety
This course introduces the overview of
measures.
network management to familiarize student
CO3 : Relate their surrounding
environment (i.e. economy, with network management systems and the
environmental, cultural) with the five areas of network management. Student
professional practice in the Server will learn a practical means of designing or
Technology. evaluating a network management system
for particular networking environment.
Student also equipped with the example of
BCN2193 Network Technologies simple, complex and advanced tools for
Credit Hour: 3 each category of network management so
Prerequisite: BCN1053 Data that they could determine that a particular
Communication & Networking functionality would be useful and might want
to pursue its development.
Synopsis
Course Outcomes
This course describes the architecture,
components, and operations of routers and CO1 : Analyze all of the possible pieces
switches in a small network. Students learn of information available on a
how to configure a router and a switch for network device including
basic functionality. By the end of this course, Management Information Bases
students will be able to configure and (MIBs) and also about Remote
troubleshoot routers and switches and Network Monitoring Devices
resolve common issues with RIPv1, RIPv2, (RMON) MIB.
single-area and multi-area OSPF, virtual

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CO2 : Organize Network Management CO3 : Organize new idea and able for
Protocols such as Simple Network autonomous learning.
Management Protocol (SNMP) that
is the most widely deployed
network management protocols on COURSE SYNOPSIS - DIPLOMA
networking devices.
CO3 : Relate their surrounding DCI1013 Problem Solving
environment (i.e. economy, Credit Hour: 3
environmental, cultural) with the Prerequisite: None
professional practice by Identifying
and explain the five areas of Synopsis
network management.
This course expose to the students with the
appropriate computing methods in solving
BCN3203 Wan Technology problem through programming approach,
Credit Hour: 3 which consists of programming design,
Prerequisite: BCN1053 Data
algorithm, pseudo code, flow chart and logic
Communication & Networking
structure.
Synopsis
Course Outcomes
This course discusses the WAN
CO1 : Produce the solutions for a given
technologies and network services required
problems using appropriate
by converged applications in a complex
problem solving approach.
network. The course enables students to CO2 : Demonstrate logical thinking skills
understand the selection criteria of network in problem solving.
devices and WAN technologies to meet CO3 : Demonstrate team working skills
network requirements. Students learn how to through group assignment.
configure and troubleshoot network devices
and resolve common issues with data link

protocols. Students also develop the DCI1033 Data Structure & Algorithms
Credit Hour: 3
knowledge and skills needed to implement
Prerequisite: DCI1023 Programming
IPSec and virtual private network (VPN) Techniques
operations in a complex network.
Synopsis
Course Outcomes
This course is designed to expose the
CO1 : Analyze and classify the students to the data structures and
components required for switched algorithm. It provide theoretical basis in data
network, switching concept
structures and the application of data
involving configuration, VLAN, LAN
redundancy, link aggregation, and structures is based on standard algorithms.
inter VLAN routing. DHCP concept Students must also be able to transform the
and configuration for IPv4 & IPv6, data structure and algorithms problems into
wireless LAN concept, the computer programs.
configuration and security.
CO2 : Assemble, build, construct and Course Outcomes
organize switched network
involving basic switch configuration CO1 : Analyze various types of data
and security management, VLAN structures and algorithms
implementation, LAN redundancy techniques in solving a related
via PSVT and link aggregation, problem.
inter - VLAN routing and CO2 : Construct a programme by
troubleshooting, DHCP and applying the data structure and
wireless LAN setup. algorithms techniques for a related
problem.

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CO3 : Use online application to find Course Outcomes


solution for a related problem.
CO1 : Demonstrate understanding in
fundamental of dynamic web-based
DCI2063 Object Oriented Programming applications.
Credit Hour: 3 CO2 : Design and construct a web-based
Prerequisite: DCI1023 Programming application prototype using HTML,
Techniques web server, database and scripting
language.
Synopsis CO3 : Demonstrate communication
effectively in written and oral form
This course provides an introduction to the through group discussion, meeting
concepts of object orientation and object- and presentation session.
oriented programming (OOP) techniques
using Java programming language. It will
provide students with a through look at the DCM1013 Graphical User Interface
basic constructs of the Java programming Credit Hour: 3
Prerequisite: None
language such as its basic data types and
operations. It will also emphasize on the use
Synopsis
of OOP characteristic that expose students
to Unified Modelling Language (UML) This course introduces the standard
design, class and object, inheritance, Graphical User Interface (GUI) using
polymorphism, exception handling and usability-engineering life cycle for any
Graphical User Interface (GUI) and event software system and application. Student
driven programming. will expose to the concept of graphical user
interface for computer application and how
Course Outcomes
to design good user interface based on the
usability heuristic concept.
CO1 : Demonstrate the concept of object-
oriented in programming.
Course Outcomes
CO2 : Manipulate object-oriented
programming in given problems.
CO3 : Formulate the solution of given CO1 : Classify the Graphical User
problems using object-oriented Interface (GUI) in various types of
programming technique. software.
CO2 : Construct a GUI prototype
according to the user interface
guidelines.
DCI2073 Web Programming
CO3 : Work and communicate effectively
Credit Hour: 3
in group to complete the given
Prerequisite: DCI1023 Programming
assessment in specific time given.
Techniques

Synopsis

This course introduces the essential topics


of Internet programming & development of
web-based applications. Students are
required to develop a web/Internet
application which connected to the
database.

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DCI1023 Programming Techniques Language (SQL) and Query By


Credit Hour: 3 Example.
Prerequisite: None CO3 : Construct innovative solution
through the representation of data
Synopsis model, relationship ER and EER
Diagrams and database
This course discusses on understanding normalization in database
problems and translating them into computer application system using
solution techniques using programming appropriate DBMS.
language. This course enables students to CO4 : Organize the group work to
apply programming techniques, write complete the given assessments in
specified time frame.
programming codes from given problems
and execute programming codes
successfully.
DCI1053 Computer Systems &
Application
Course Outcomes Credit Hour: 3
Prerequisite: None
CO1 : Select appropriate techniques in
solving a problem. Synopsis
CO2 : Construct and run programs.
CO3 : Differentiate various techniques in This course enables students to learn how to
solving a problem.
develop an executable application starting
with the design of interface, writing of the
codes using programming tool and lastly
Dci1043 Database Systems
Credit Hour: 3 integrating the application with database.
Prerequisite: None Students is also exposed to troubleshooting
and managing all computer hardware and
Synopsis software.

The course emphasizes on the importance Course Outcomes


of data to an organization and how the data
should be managed. Database management CO1 : Discover the activities for simple
system (DBMS) will be viewed as a solution application development, computer
to the problems of file processing system. installation, maintenance and
troubleshooting.
Aspects of relational database design will be
CO2 : Follow the standard operating
covered in details. This includes database
procedures for application
development life cycle, database development and computer
architecture, data models, and normalization systems.
process. Several query languages such as CO3 : Work effectively in team in order to
Structured Query Language (SQL) and complete the given assessment in
Query by Example (QBE) will be discussed specific time.
but the emphasis is on SQL. Students will be
given a real life problem to design and
develop a database application system. In DCN1013 Computer Architecture &
the later part of the course students will be Organization
exposed to the latest developments in Credit Hour: 3
database architecture. Prerequisite: None

Course Outcomes Synopsis

This course discusses the structure and


CO1 : Demonstrate the concepts and
principles of database systems. function of a computer. It expose student
CO2 : Manipulate queries using the with the architecture and organization of a
syntax of Structure Query computer. This subject covers on the

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numbering system and the representation of DCN1033 Operating Systems


data, the internal and external computer Credit Hour: 3
communication through system buses and Prerequisite: None
input and output, computer storage, internal
architecture of Central Processing Unit and Synopsis
Boolean Algebra.
This subject introduces the various data and
Course Outcomes control structures necessary for the design
and implementation of modern computer
CO1 : Identify and classify computer operating systems. Process creation and
structure and its functions. control, communication synchronization and
CO2 : Explain the internal components concurrency, memory management and file
and their functionality of a systems concept are explored in the context
computer (control unit, ALU, of the WINDOWS/LINUX operating system.
register, memory and CPU
addressing modes); and their Course Outcomes
design to produce high
performance. CO1 : Describe the theory of operating
CO3 : Demonstrate team working by systems, distinguish the
solving problems in groups. relationship between OS and
hardware (system calls, I/O, files
and symbolic links, directories and
DCN1023 Data Communication & file systems, process management,
Networking forks, threads, inter-process
Credit Hour: 3 communication, shells, signal
Prerequisite: None handling, pipes, sockets, CPU
scheduling and memory
Synopsis management).
CO2 : Follow instructions on operating
This course introduces the communication of systems installation.
voice and video, networks and its functions, CO3 : Identify the current issues in
data conversions, controlling of errors, operating system from the
switching information and its devices, viewpoint of a system designer.
internetworking device and different layers of
TCP/IP.
DCS1013 Systems Analysis And Design
Course Outcomes Credit Hour: 3
Prerequisite: None
CO1 : Demonstrate knowledge and
Synopsis
understanding of basics computer
networking.
CO2 : Construct the physical arrangement This course describes the concepts and
of networks, types and modes of methods of information system analysis and
networks, data conversions and design, with an emphasis on system
transmission medium. analysis methods and tools. The course
CO3 : Build the detection and correction focuses on the issues and management
of errors, link control and link technique involved in analysis, design and
protocols of data link layer. implementation of information system.
CO4 : Perform logic of link mechanisms
used in networks and different Course Outcomes
layers of TCP/IP.
CO1 : Demonstrate the understanding of
the stages in System Development
Life Cycle.
CO2 : Reproduce the design of a given
case study that comply with the

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stages of systems development life learn to identify problem, analyze the


cycle. problem, give general solution, collect the
CO3 : Discuss effectively in a team by required data regarding specific solution and
proposing solution for a given case do research on the solution. Finally student
study and capable to demonstrate will be able to produce proposal report and
leadership’s skills through group solve the problem identified. During the
assignment.
course, student will be supervised by their
supervisor in order to guide and monitor the
DCC3013 Final Year Project I students’ project progress and to ensure that
Credit Hour: 3 they can achieve the course objective.
Prerequisite: None
Course Outcomes
Synopsis
CO1 : Develop the solution based on the
This course aims to give chances for the approved proposal (PTA1) which
student to practice and apply their comply with the principles of
system development process.
knowledge and skills that they gain during
CO2 : Organize an appropriate unit
their study in the university. Student will
testing and user acceptance test
learn to identify problem, analyze the (UAT) for the proposed solution.
problem, give general solution, collect the CO3 : Demonstrate good communication
required data regarding specific solution and and presentation skills.
do research on the solution. Finally student CO4 : Demonstrate student professional
will be able to produce proposal report and values and responsibility
solve the problem identified. During the throughout the project completion.
course, student will be supervised by their
supervisor in order to guide and monitor the
students’ project progress and to ensure that DCI3063 Current Issues In Ict
they can achieve the course objective. Credit Hour: 3
Prerequisite: None
Course Outcomes
Synopsis
CO1 : Design a solution based on specific
problem by following the principle This course addresses several current
of software development process. issues in ICT locally and globally. The
CO2 : Organise the solution and use issues are raised from several areas in ICT:
appropriate tools in the software or application technology, internet
development of the solution. technology, computer hardware and
CO3 : Demonstrate good communication networking, security, current trends in
and presentation skills. Malaysia ICT environment etc.
CO4 : Demonstrate student professional
values and responsibility Course Outcomes
throughout the project completion.
CO1 : Demonstrate understanding of
DCC3026 Final Year Project Ii current issues in ICT.
Credit Hour: 3 CO2 : Organize a different approaches to
Prerequisite: DCC3013 Final Year Project gather the information to update
I with current issues in ICT,
especially in Malaysia.
Synopsis CO3 : Demonstrate communication skills
in group discussion and
presentation.
This course aim to give chances for the
student to practice and apply their
knowledge and skills that they gain during
their study in the university. Student will

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DCM2033 Fundamentals Of Multimedia DCN2033 Data & Network Security


Credit Hour: 3 Credit Hour: 3
Prerequisite: None Prerequisite: Noe

Synopsis Synopsis

This course will expose students to the The course introduces fundamental of
theoretical and fundamental concepts of security. Every chapter will explain security
multimedia, its applications and the concepts, fundamentals, purpose,
techniques involved. Topics to be covered implementation and discussion in their
include text and audio, image and video, the respective areas related to data and network
art of multimedia, and multimedia over the security. Topics include: Introduction to
network. security, cryptographic tools, user
authentication and access control, security
Course Outcomes in networks, intrusion detection systems,
firewalls and intrusion prevention systems
CO1 : Demonstrates conceptual and wireless security.
understanding and knowledge in
multimedia, functions of each Course Outcomes
multimedia element, its usage and
processing technique. CO1 : Inquire and analyze theory and
CO2 : Manipulate multimedia elements principles of security, cryptographic
(text, graphic, audio, video & tools, user authentication and
animation) using software tools. access control, security in
CO3 : Recognize the issues in context of networks, intrusion detection
multimedia technology and able to systems, firewalls and intrusion
adapt to other related fields. prevention systems and wireless
security.
CO2 : Construct and organize attack and
defense methods into computer
and network environments.
CO3 : Identify and investigate security
issues and keep abreast with
current trends.
CO4 : Demonstrate and explain security
issues and propose possible
solutions.

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RESOURCES ENGINEERING
UNDERGRADUATE PROSPECTUS 2016/2017

FACULTY OF CHEMICAL & NATURAL RESOURCES ENGINEERING


INTRODUCTION

Faculty of Chemical and Natural Resources Engineering was established on 15th February 2002 with the
aim of providing engineering programmes in the field of chemical and natural resources engineering at
UMP.

In light of the establishment of the East Coast Economic Region (ECER), the faculty is expected to play
an important role as a reference centre for the chemical activities. The activities include (but are not
limited to) technology transfer, staff exchange, training, consultancy and other services relating to chemical
and natural resources engineering. The programmes offered for the Session 2002/2003 enrolment were
Bachelor of Chemical Engineering and Diploma of Chemical Engineering (Process Plant). Two additional
programmes were offered for the enrolment in Session 2003/2004 namely Bachelor of Chemical
Engineering (Biotechnology) and Bachelor of Chemical Engineering (Gas Technology). In 2011, all bachelor
degree programmes were rebranded and added Honours entitlement to reflect final year projects. Board
of Engineers Malaysia and Ministry of Higher Education however encouraged general bachelor degree
programmes for greater employment opportunity of graduates. As a result, only Bachelor of Engineering
(Honours) Chemical Engineering remains with two modes and is embedded with elective courses of gas
technology and biotechnology from the other two programmes that were not offered any more. Additional
specialisations were also added in the list of elective courses such as polymer engineering and technology,
recycling technology, process monitoring, advanced separations, ultrasonic technology, food engineering
and electrochemical engineering. The diploma programmes remains as such.

The curricula of the engineering programme are designed and structured to provide students with broad
exposures and adequate experiences in chemical engineering theories and practices, design and
technical hands-on, researches and industrial exposure or internship. The aim is to produce professional,
competent and ethical chemical engineers and technicians with sound theoretical knowledge and practical
experiences that can well adapt themselves nationally and globally. The attributes of degree and diploma
graduates are in accordance with Washington as accredited by Engineering Accreditation Council (EAC)
and Dublin accords as accredited Malaysia Qualification Agency, respectively. The following are the
undergraduate programmes.

PROGRAMMES OFFERED

• B.Eng (Hons.) Chemical Engineering – Full time


• B.Eng (Hons.) Chemical Engineering – Part time
• Diploma in Chemical Engineering (Process Plant) – Full time
• Diploma in Chemical Engineering (Process Plant) – Part time

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

Chemical Engineer/ Technician Production Engineer/ Technician


Technical Executive/ Supervisor Process Engineer/ Technician
Shift Engineer/ Field Operator Sales Engineer
R & D Engineer/ Assistant Pharmaceutical Engineer
Plant Engineer/ Technician Bioprocess Engineer/ Technician
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Quality Assurance Engineer Consultant


Technopreneur/ Manager Oil & Gas Technical Executive
Researcher/ Research Assistant Lecturer/ Trainer

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CURRICULUM STRUCTURE
B.ENG (HONS.) CHEMICAL ENGINEERING

YEAR FIRST SECOND THIRD FOURTH

SEMESTER FIRST SECOND FIRST SECOND FIRST SECOND FIRST SECOND

UHF11*1
UHL2422 UHL2432
UHL2412 UHR1012 Foreign Languages BKC4934
English For English For UHM2022 UHE3**2
English For Academic Islamic And Asian Level 1 Process & Plant
Technical Professional Ethnic Relations Elective Courses
Communication Civilisations 1 Design II
Communication Communication

BKF2143 UHS 2021


Soft Skills 2 UHF21*1
UQB1**1 UHS1021 BUM2413 Computer UQ*2**1 BKC 3**3
Foreign Languages
Co-Curriculum I Soft Skills 1 Applied Statistics Programming For Co-Curriculum II Elective 2
Level 2
Engineers
UNDERGRADUATE PROSPECTUS 2016/2017

BKF2332 UGE2002
BUM2133 BKF3142 Technopreneurship
BUM2123 Electrical & BKF2423 BKC4913 Process & BKC4**3
Ordinary Differential Process Engineering
Applied Calculus Instrumentation Heat Transfer Plant Design I Elective 3
Equations Economics
Technology
BKF3472
BKF2413 BKC3533 BKC4543 BKF4812
BKF1253 BKF1243 BKF2432 Chemical Reaction
Chemical Engineering OSH in Chemical Environmental Process Engineering
Physical Chemistry Analytical Chemistry Mass Transfer Eng II
Thermodynamics Industries Engineering Management

BKF1313 BKF2443 BKF3731 BKC4944


BKF1323 BKF2353 BKF3463
Engineering Numerical Methods & Undergraduate

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Organic Chemistry Fluid Mechanics Unit Operation

COURSES
Mechanics Optimization Unit Operation Lab Research Project II

BKC3**3
BKF1513 BKF2343 BKC2463 BKF3413
BKF1333 Elective 1
Engineering Ethics & Material & Energy Science & Engineering Process Control &
Thermodynamics
Professionalism Balance Materials Dynamic
BKF4916 - INDUSTRIAL TRAINING (LI) 12 WEEKS

BKF1751 BKF2453 BKC3922


BKC3492
Basic Science & Chemical Reaction Undergraduate
Separation Process
Eng Lab Engineering I Research Project I

BKF3741 BKF3791
Chemical Reaction Process Control &
Engineering Lab Instrumentation Lab

BKF3553
Process Simulation
and Computer Aided
Design
TOTAL CREDIT
16 15 16 19 17 16 6 15 10
PER SEMESTER

OVERALL TOTAL
CREDIT FOR 130
GRADUATION

* The structure of curriculum presented here is effective from January 2017. The university however reserves the right to amend this structure in future for any improvement.
UNDERGRADUATE PROSPECTUS 2016/2017

Elective courses for


B.Eng (Hons.) Chemical Engineering

Credit
No Code Course
Hour
1 BKB3423 Bioreactor Engineering 3
2 BKB4493 Bioseparation Engineering 3
3 BKB2132 Molecular & Cell Biology 2
4 BKB2412 Industrial Biotechnology 2
5 BKB3781 Bioseperation Engineering Lab 1
6 BKC3653 Membrance Technology (E) 3
7 BKC3683 Wastewater Treatment ( E) 3
8 BKC3693 Electrochemical Engineering ('E) 3
9 BKC3833 Recycling Technology (E) 3
10 BKC3853 Process Monitoring (E ) 3
11 BKC3883 Process Integration ('E) 3
12 BKC3893 Scale-Up Of Chemical Process ('E) 3
13 BKC4613 Advanced Separation System (E) 3
14 BKC4633 Polymer Design Technology (E) 3
15 BKC4653 Polymer Technology (E) 3
16 BKC4663 Ultrasonic ('E) 3
17 BKC4683 Food Engineering (E) 3
18 BKG4463 Gas Storage & Reticulation (E) 3
17 BKG3413 Combustion & Gas Utilization ('E) 3
18 BKG3453 Gas Processing & Liquefaction 3
19 BKG3412 Oil & Gas Production System 2
20 BKG4731 Gas Technology Lab 1
21 BKG3433 Gas Transmission & Distribution 3
Total Credit Hours 62

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CURRICULUM STRUCTURE
DIPLOMA IN CHEMICAL ENGINEERING (PROCESS PLANT)

YEAR SHORT SEM FIRST SECOND THIRD

SEMESTER FIRST SECOND FIRST SECOND FIRST

UHL1412 UHR1012 UHL1432


UGE1002 DKK2373 DKK3919
Foundation Islamic And Asian English For Occupational
Asas Pembudayaan Keusahawanan Fluid Mechanics Industrial Training
English Civilisations 1 Communication

DUM1113 UHL1422 DKK3933


UHS2021 UHM2022 DKK2462
Basic English For Academic Industrial Training
Soft Skills 2 Ethnic Relations Plant Commissioning & Start-Up
Mathematics Skills Report
UNDERGRADUATE PROSPECTUS 2016/2017

UQB1011 DUK1113 DUM1123 DKK2333 DKK2473


Co-Curriculum I General Chemistry I Calculus Thermodynamics Plant Safety & Health

DUF1113 DUK1123 DKK2433 DKK2483


Physics General Chemistry II Chemical Reaction Engineering Plant Utility

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COURSES
UHS1021 DKK1413 DKK2363 DKK2443
Soft Skills 1 Material & Energy Balance Engineering Mechanics Process Instrumentation & Control

DKK1352 DKK1493 DKK2771 DKK2464


Electrical Technology Transport Processes Chemical Reaction Lab Unit Operations

DKK1781
DKK1761 DKK2142
Basic Science &
Mass And Heat Transfer Lab Plant Supervision
Engineering Lab

DKK1524
DKK1771 DKK2523
Computer Application &
Analytical Instrumental Lab Environmental Engineering
Engineering Graphics

TOTAL CREDIT
6 18 17 19 18 12
PER SEMESTER

OVERALL TOTAL
CREDIT FOR 90
GRADUATION

* The structure of curriculum presented here is effective from January 2017. The university however reserves the right to amend this structure in future for any improvement.
UNDERGRADUATE PROSPECTUS 2016/2017

BKF1243 Analytical Chemistry BKF1313 Engineering Mechanics


Credit : 3 Credit : 3
Prerequisite : None Prerequisite : None

Synopsis Synopsis

The syllabus covers the basic knowledge and This subject will introduce students with concept of
application of sample and data handling, calibration statics and dynamics and its application in related
techniques and quality of analysis in analytical engineering field. The topics covered in this subject
laboratory. It also deals with separation techniques are static of particle, static of rigid body, distributed
and its basis application such as solid phase forces, analysis of structure, friction, kinematics and
extraction, GC and HPLC. The introduction to the kinetics of particles. By completing the course,
theory and application of spectroscopic techniques students will comprehend the basic mechanisms and
used in chemical analysis such as UV-Vis, FT-IR, MS applications of statics and dynamics in related
and AAS are discussed. The combinations of above engineering field.
techniques with their advantages are covered in this
course. Course Outcomes

Course Outcomes CO1: Apply the basic concepts in statics to solve


problems concerning resultant of forces acting
CO1: Explain and describe the theory and on a particle and equilibrium of a particle.
application of Analytical Chemistry CO2: Analyze problems involving the equilibrium of
CO2: Interpret and analyze the analytical data a rigid body and use the fundamental
CO3: Solve the problems related to analytical principles in statics to solve them.
chemistry CO3: Analyze problems involving the kinematics and
CO4: Explain the concept and application of kinetics of rectilinear and curvilinear motions of
analytical equipment such as: GC, HPLC, a particle by applying the basic principles in
FTIR, UV-Vis, and AAS. dynamics.

BKF1253 Physical Chemistry BKF1323 Organic Chemistry
Credit : 3 Credit : 3
Prerequisite : None Prerequisite : None

Synopsis Synopsis

This course discusses some introductory to This course discuss the fundamental theory of the
thermodynamics in physical chemistry followed by properties, synthesis and organic reactions where
continuation topics related to liquids and their use the functional group as framework as a basic
mixtures, principles of chemical equilibrium and rate level courses with an organic chemical content. This
reactions. The solid surfaces including their course focuses on the key concepts of organic
applications will be also discussed in this course. The chemistry through a study of the reactions selected
development of key skills is facilitated by a program nonfunctional aliphatic, alicyclic, cyclic and aromatic
of tutorials and practical. molecules. Particular emphasis is placed on the
underlying mechanistic pathway that are involved and
Course Outcomes their stereo chemical consequences. The
stereochemistry of the molecular structure is also
CO1: Explain and describe the principle of considered.
thermodynamics.
CO2: Apply basic physical chemistry principle to Course Outcomes
solve the problem.
CO3: Ability to communicate effectively and CO1: Able to understand the common organics
presenting in related topic. structures, properties and reactions of aliphatic
and aromatic hydrocarbons, alkyl halides,
alcohol groups, carbonyl groups and amines.
CO2: Formulate chemicals reactions and steps of
mechanism for the synthesis and
transformation of functional group.

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CO3: Discuss the bonding properties of carbon CO2: Explain engineering ethics, management and
which cause it to be present in such a large contribution.
number and variety of important compounds. CO3: Explain and comprehend the ethics, skills of
CO4: Explain the common types of reactions teamwork and leadership
mechanism and modern synthesis techniques. CO4: Perform basic calculation and apply generic or
study knowledge that used in engineering field
BKF1333 Thermodynamics
Credit : 3
Prerequisite : None BKF1751 Basic Science & Engineering Lab
Credit : 1
Synopsis Prerequisite : None

This course is designed to introduce basic concept in Synopsis
thermodynamic in a thorough way. Topics cover are
properties of pure substances, thermodynamics In basic engineering lab, students are required to
system, heat transfer through conduction, convection perform laboratory works which covered the basis
and radiation, the first law of thermodynamics for concept of physical and chemistry such as concepts
closed systems, open systems and their application of solubility and miscibility, buffer effect, heat
in steady-flow and unsteady-flow processes, the determination and gravimetric analysis of chloride.
second law of thermodynamics, entropy, introduction The lab also contains experiments which cover the
to refrigeration and steam power plant. basic concepts of engineering such as pressure
change analysis, head losses in piping system and
Course Outcomes material properties. The aim is to strengthen the
student’s fundamental knowledge as it covers some
CO1: Discover the state of properties from property of the basic science and engineering subjects such
diagram and obtaining data from property table as physical and organic chemistry, fluid mechanics,
CO2: Solve energy balance (heat, mass and work) thermodynamics and science and engineering
of a process for both closed and open system materials.
by using the first law of thermodynamics and
the concept of entropy through its reversible Course Outcomes
and irreversible processes
CO3: Analyze the thermal efficiency of heat engine, CO1: Apply the basic science and engineering
heat pump, and refrigerator and Carnot cycle theories in the corresponding experimental
using Second Law of Thermodynamics works
CO2: Apply the concepts of basic science and
engineering in solving problems and
BKF1513 Engineering Ethics & Professionalism interpretation of experimental data
Credit : 3 CO3: Adapt the team working behavior and
Prerequisite : None commitment as a member while working on
the group assignment
Synopsis
BKB2413 Industrial Biotechnology (E)
This subject gives an overview of engineering, the Credit : 3
profession and its requirement in Malaysia scenario. Prerequisite : None
Topics that will be included are ethics, management
and contribution of engineering also generic skills Synopsis
and study skills. Basic calculations, unit conversions,
create an engineering graph and solving iterative The subject introduces students to introductory
problem using computer consisted in this subject as microbiology and fundamentals of biochemical
preparation as an engineering student. Plant visits engineering as used in industrial biotechnology such
and seminar were also conducted as an exposure to as microorganisms, microbial growth, nutrition and
the real field of engineering. design of industrial fermentation and industrial growth
media. It also covers design and operation of clean-
Course Outcomes in-place systems, clean rooms and heating,
ventilation and air-conditioning (HVAC) systems. In
CO1: Define engineering and identify different addition, facility layout and engineering for
branches of engineering compliance with Good Manufacturing Practices

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(GMP) are discussed. Design for containment and BKF2332 Electrical & Instrumentation Technology
validation, flow-sheets, and case studies are used to Credit : 2
illustrate several representative industrial microbial Prerequisite : None
processes relevant to biotechnology industrial
facilities. Synopis

Course Outcomes This course is designed to introduce the fundamental


of electrical system principles for chemical
CO1: Classify major types of microorganism and engineering students. The underlying principles that
their characteristic will be covered in this course include an introduction
CO2: Demonstrate the bioprocess involved in the to an electrical system, electrical safety, basic laws
industrial microbial and construct flow-sheets (Ohm's law, Kirchhoff laws, current/voltage divider,
for several representative processes wye-delta transformation), simple direct current (D.C.)
CO3: Demonstrate Good Manufacturing Practices circuits, method of analysis, circuit theorems, single
(GMP) and construct bioprocess facility for phase series and parallel circuits series, parallel
automated Cleaning in Place (CIP), that combination of resistor, inductor and capacitor, power
complied to the industry GMP standard in AC circuit, single and multiphase systems and
CO4: Demonstrate the application of biotechnology alternating current. Apart from that, student also
in industry introduce to the topics on instrumentation which
include introduction to process instrumentation
BKF2143 Computer Programming For Engineers elements and instrumentation devices.
Credit : 3
Prerequisite : None Course Outcomes

Synopsis CO1: Ability to describe the concepts of electrical


system and its components as well as
This subject aims to introduce the fundamental awareness on electrical safety
element and feasibilities of the computer CO2: Ability to analyze and solve electrical circuit
programming by using MATLAB mathematical problems both for direct and alternating
computing program. Students will be taught on currents
analyzing data, developing a program using m-file CO3: Ability to analyze and describe the
and using the command window. They will learn to instrumentation elements and instrumentation
solve general engineering mathematical equations in devices for chemical processes
MATLAB, displaying the data via 2D and 3D graphs
and to learn to develop the graphical user interface BKF2343 Material & Energy Balance
(GUI) for program. Credit : 3
Prerequisite : None
Course Outcomes
Synopsis
CO1: Organize and analyze the data by using
MATLAB This course aims to equip students with basic
CO2: Understand and develop the program to solve chemical engineering principles such as different unit
the mathematical problems. systems, unit conversion and process variables
CO3: Apply software to solve general chemical determination. This knowledge will then be applied
engineering and mathematical problems. extensively for material and energy balances for
CO4: Demonstrate the ability to transform the single or multiple unit operations of non-reactive and
problem to design and from design to an reactive chemical processes. In addition, students will
operational program also be exposed to the behavior of single phase and
multiple phases and the equations that govern their
characteristic, which represents the foundation of
chemical separation engineering. Computer
application using MS Excel to solve the material and
energy balance also imbedded in this course.

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Course Outcomes Course Outcomes

CO1: Solve the variables and properties related to CO1: Apply equations of state or the generalized
material and energy balance problems. correlations for solving intrinsic properties PVT
CO2: Analyze and solve material balance of properties and apply energy equation for
processes in nonreactive system. energy balance
CO3: Analyze and solve material balance of CO2: Analyze thermodynamics properties, phase
processes in reactive system. equilibrium (VLE), solution thermodynamics
CO4: Analyze and solve energy balance of and chemical reaction equilibrium problems
processes in nonreactive system. using thermodynamics equations
CO5: Analyze and solve energy balance of CO3: Design and solve flow sheet for a pre-
processes in reactive system. determined chemical processes

BKF2423 Heat Transfer


BKF2353 Fluid Mechanics Credit : 3
Credit : 3 Prerequisite : None
Prerequisite : None
Synopsis
Synopsis
The objective of this course is to provide students
The objective of this course is to introduce the with the concepts of heat transfer. This course will
concept and use of fluid mechanics, both static and emphasize on the principles of the heat transfer in
dynamics fluid. The covered topics are fluid steady state by conduction, convection and radiation.
properties, fluid static and dynamics, Bernoulli’s Students will be exposed to the procedure for general
equation and applications, momentum equation and problem solving and its application on heat
its application, analysis of flow in pipeline system and exchanger. Experiments involve shell and tube heat
dimensional analysis. exchanger and plate heat exchanger have been
designed. Students will be given experiment
Course Outcomes objectives and conduct the experiment in group.
Subsequently, the principles of unsteady-state
CO1: Solve the variables and properties related to convective heat transfer will be covered at the end of
material and energy balance problems. the course.
CO2: Analyze and solve material balance of
processes in nonreactive system. Course Outcomes
CO3: Analyze and solve material balance of
processes in reactive system. CO1: Solve heat transfer problems that involve
CO4: Analyze and solve energy balance of conduction, convection and radiation in
processes in nonreactive system. steady-state heat transfer.
CO5: Analyze and solve energy balance of CO2: Utilize the design equations for heat
processes in reactive system. exchanger to solve problems related to heat
exchanger.
BKF2413 Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics CO3: Solve heat transfer problems related to the
Credit : 3 unsteady-state systems.
Prerequisite : Bkf1333 Thermodynamics
BKB3423 Bioreactor Engineering (E)
Synopsis Credit : 3
Prerequisite : None
This subject mainly covers the topics of pure
substances, heat effects, thermodynamics properties, Synopsis
VLE, thermodynamics solution and chemical reaction
equilibrium. The course entails the theory and This subject covers the basic concepts of microbial
applications of thermodynamics concept and deals growth phase, growth kinetic, stoichiometry of
with composition-dependent thermodynamics microbial growth and bioreactor operational mode
relations. This course requires conceptual thinking selection. This subject also emphasizes on the
and requires greater mathematical sophistication to application of transport phenomena in bioreactor,
generate ideas and problem solving. sterilization and aseptic technique, scale up,
monitoring and control of bioreactor.

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BKC2463 Science & Engineering Materials


Course Outcomes Credi : 3
Prerequisite : None
CO1: Construct conceptual design of a fermentation
process according to first, second and third Synopsis
levels of hierarchical process synthesis.
CO2: Solve the calculation regarding to the culture This course is designed to provide a working
kinetic in different fermentation modes, and the knowledge in the solving of materials problems
stoichiometry of cell growth and product encountered by chemical engineers and in the
formation. engineering of new and improved materials used in
CO3: Discuss different bioreactor designs and its chemical processes. The approach used is the
related instrumentation and control. correlation of engineering properties with atomic and
CO4: Solve the calculation regarding to the mixing, microstructures, utilizing the analysis techniques of
heat transfer and mass transfer in a bioreactor. materials characterization and phase relationships.
CO5: Solve the calculation regarding to the Topics include structure and properties of metallic
sterilization in a bioreactor and analyse the and nonmetallic materials of construction;
effect of scale-up. interrelations between chemical bonding, structure,
and behavior of materials, corrosion resistant
BKB4492 Bioseparation Engineering materials, polymers and composites as construction
Credit : 2 materials, particularly for sustainable environment.
Prerequisite : None Each of the materials classes (metals, ceramics,
polymer and composites) is discussed in detail in this
Synopsis context.

This course is designed to introduce the unit Course Outcomes


operations that commonly employed to separate
biological products. An idealized process of CO1: Explain the elementary relationships between
bioseparation consists of four phases which are the structure, properties and performance of
removal of insoluble products, the isolation of desired materials that are essential for understanding
biological products or concentration, the purification the role of materials in the design of
and lastly, polishing of biological products. The basic engineering systems
methods that will be covered in this course include CO2: Distinguish the various classes of materials
filtration, centrifugation, cell disruption, precipitation, (metals, ceramics, polymers and composites),
extraction, adsorption, chromatography, their fundamental chemical and structural
crystallization and drying. In addition, an overview on nature and processing methods
the complete train of bioseparation will also be CO3: Utilize the knowledge on structure and
introduced. properties of materials to solve real
engineering-based case studies
Course Outcomes
BKC3492 Separation Process
CO1: Differentiate four phases involve in Credit : 2
bioseparation which are recovery, isolation, Prerequisite : Bkf2343 Material & Energy Balance
purification and polishing
CO2: Explain the principles of each technique Synopsis
CO3: Justify the underlying reasons for choosing a
particular technique, as well as suggest any This course aims to introduce the principles of typical
related improvements unit operations involved in chemical and
petrochemical industry such as drying of process
CO4: Utilize the related engineering or scientific material, adsorption and fixed-bed separation,
principles in solving any related bioseparation membrane separation, mechanical-physical
problems separation and crystallization. At the end of this
CO5: Propose a train of bioseparation for any course, it is expected that the students will
bioproduct understand theories, principles, calculations and
basic design parameters associated with every unit
operation.

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Course Outcomes convective mass transfer will be covered to establish


knowledge of mass transfer. The students will be
CO1: Explain, discuss and interpret the concept of exposed to the procedure for general problem solving
unit operations i.e drying, adsorption, fixed bed and its application on real system.
separation crystallization, membrane
separation and mechanical-physical Course Outcomes
separation
CO2: Analyze problems related to unit operation in CO1: Apply fundamental understanding of mass
related chemical processes. transfer in diffusion phenomena in gas, fluid
CO3: Determine basic design parameters and solid system.
associated with certain unit operations. CO2: Analyze and solve problems related to
diffusion and convection mass transfer in
BKC3533 Osh In Chemical Industries steady/unsteady state.
Credit : 3 CO3: Relate the concept of mass transfer in
Prerequisite : None problems related to unit operations.

Synopsis BKF2443 Numerical Methods & Optimization


Credit : 3
This course is primarily to expose students with the Prerequisite : None
fundamental concepts, practical aspects and
applications of occupational safety and health (OSH) Synopsis
in chemical and biotechnology industries. Among
others, the students will be taught the fundamental This subject teaches the techniques by which
application and day-to-day aspects of OSH and at the mathematical problems are formulated so that they
same time, the management aspects of it. Local and can be solved with arithmetic operations. Topics
international regulations of SH&E such as OSHA and covered in this subject are roots of equation, systems
FMA will also be covered. Case studies from several of linear algebraic equations, optimization, curve
chemical and biotechnology industries globally will fitting, numerical differentiation & integration, ordinary
also be discussed in details. differential equation and partial differential equation.
Some software packages are introduced to empower
Course Outcomes the students in problem solving.

CO1: Value fundamentals of technical safety for Course Outcomes


chemical and biotechnology industries.
CO2: Explain the various features of OSH CO1: Apply numerical methods as a problem-solving
management and regulations. tool
CO3: Review and analyze the cause and effects of CO2: Optimize a process employing numerical
industrial incidents and proposed for methods
improvement. CO3: Solve numerical methods problem by using
CO4: Evaluate OSH aspects in the design and MS Excel and MATLAB
operation of chemical and biotechnology CO4: Optimize a process employing MS Excel,
industries such as Threshold Limit Values, Design Expert and MATLAB
Toxicology Study, Risk Assessment, HAZOP
study, source model, dispersion model, fire BKF2453 Chemical Reaction Engineering I
triangle, fire protection and prevention. Credit : 3
Prerequisite : Bkf2343 Material Energy Balance
BKF2432 Mass Transfer
Credit : 2 Synopsis
Prerequisite : None
This subject covers the knowledge of the reaction
Synopsis kinetics and reactor design which distinguishes
chemical engineer from other engineers. The course
This course is to provide students with the concepts introduces the basic design calculation and design of
of mass transfer. This course will emphasize on the chemical reactors at the ideal conditions. The topics
principles of the mass transfer in gases, liquids, covered in this subject are kinetics of homogenous
biological solutions and gels, and solids. reactions, chemical reactions in batch and continuous
Subsequently, the principles of unsteady state and reactor, multiple reactions and reactor heat effect.

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Course Outcomes function, block diagram, design and analysis of


control system, stability analysis, advanced process
CO1: Apply chemistry, thermodynamics and control and computer simulation/analysis.
chemical reaction fundamentals such as
reactant limitation, mole balance, rate law and Course Outcomes
stoichiometry in reactor design
CO2: Design isothermal reactors for a single CO1: Summarize the basics of modelling and
reaction process control
CO3: Analyze reaction and determine reactor CO2: Analyze the feedback control system
scheme for desired conversions, selectivity CO3: Construct Process and Instrumentation
and yield Diagram
CO4: Design reactor under various heat effect CO4: Apply the PID tuning and analyze the stability
CO5: Optimize reactor design for chemical CO5: Evaluate the control loop interactions in
processes using engineering economics multiloop control

BKF3142 Process Engineering Economics BKF3463 Unit Operation


Credit : 2 Credit : 3
Prerequisite : None Prerequisite : Bkf2343 Material & Energy Balance

Synopsis Synopsis

This course deals with cost analysis in engineering The objective of this course is to provide students
decision-making, the management aspects and with concepts of separation processes and unit
control of complex projects. Engineering economics operation in chemical engineering. It will cover the
topics include cost estimation, time value of money, gas-liquid, vapor-liquid, liquid-liquid and solid-liquid
interest formulas and equivalence calculations, separation process. By completing the subject,
measures of investment worth, depreciation and students will understand the basic mechanisms,
income tax analysis. operations and basic design parameters of the
selected unit operations such as evaporation,
Course Outcomes distillation, absorption, liquid extraction and leaching

CO1: Discuss the need of chemical engineering Course Outcomes


graduates when they have to make financial
decisions as a team member or project CO1: Apply knowledge of chemical engineering
manager. fundamentals such as mass transfer, materials
CO2: Explain theoretical and conceptual basis on and energy balance to the solution of unit
which the practice of engineering economics operation problems.
project analysis is built. CO2: Identify type of separation processes and
CO3: Analyze the economic feasibility of a chemical analyze the unit operation problems to obtain
plant, carried out by examining the capital cost number of stages and separator sizing.
and the manufacturing cost obtained from the CO3: Design, optimize and/or develop an
cost estimation techniques. appropriate separator to solve the industrial
problems by considering public health, safety
and environment.
BKF3413 Process Control & Dynamic
Credit : 3 BKF3472 Chemical Reaction Engineering Ii
Prerequisite : Bkf2343 Material & Energy Balance Credt : 3
Prerquisite : Bkf2453 Chemical Reaction
Synopsis Engineering I

This is an introductory level course in chemical Synopis


process dynamics and control. The topics that will be
included in this subject are fundamentals and This subject furthers the knowledge of chemical
concepts of control system, development of reactor. Topics to be covered are the heterogeneous
theoretical and empirical model for chemical and systems of the catalytic reaction, including the effects
physicals processes, dynamic behavior of processes, which significantly influence the reactor performance,
application of Laplace transform and transfer the study of the real scenario for nonideal reactors in

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industries, and introduction of biochemical reaction BKF3731 Unit Operation Lab


systems. The analysis of industrial chemical reactors Credi : 1
frequently requires solution of non-linear algebraic Prerquisite : Bkf3463 Unit Operation
and differential equations. Hence, modeling the
nonideal reactor will be the crucial skill to fulfill the Synopsis
outcome requirement for each chemical engineer and
researcher in chemical reaction engineering. This laboratory course is offered to enhance student's
understanding and application of theories learnt in
Course Outcomes Chemical Engineering Unit Operation by doing
experiments. This lab includes experiment on
CO1: Explain the factors that affect the performance absorption, solid liquid extraction, pressure swing
of industrial reactor such as diffusion, mixing adsorption, evaporation, crystallization, distillation
and other limiting situation. and drying. In this lab, students are divided into small
CO2: Apply the fundamental of biochemical reaction groups to run the experiment under supervision of the
systems. instructor (lecturer and technical staff). This lab aims
CO3: Evaluate the performance of the reactor which to promote group work (60%) as well as individual
is affected by diffusion and catalyst excellence (40%). The main objective of this course
deactivation. is to develop student skills of presenting their findings
CO4: Predict the non-ideal reactor performance with logical scientific based reasoning orally and in
based on the residence time distribution data writing. Besides that, students will be exposed to
using an appropriate model. environment and safety precaution related to unit
operation.
BKF3553 Process Simulation & Computer Aided
Design Course Outcomes
Credit : 3
Prerequisite : CO1: Describe the fundamental of chemical
Bkf3463 Unit Operation engineering unit operation.
Bkf2453 Chemical Reaction Engineering I CO2: Applied chemical engineering knowledge on
unit operation handling.
Synopsis CO3: Write technical report effectively with logical
scientific based reasoning.
This particular course will introduce the usage of CO4: Present effectively as an individual and in
process simulation and flow sheeting software to group throughout the semester based on
students, i.e; Aspen Plus or Aspen Hysys. This individual and group-based tasks assigned.
software wil be used to simulate steady state model
for chemical and oil and gas processes. This subject BKF3741 Chemical Reaction Engineering Lab
is very important to prepare students for future usage Credit : 1
of the advanced modeling tool in chemical Prerquisite : Bkf2453 Chemical Reaction
engineering and other related fields involving design Engineering I
and simulation.
Synopis
Course Outcomes
This lab is one of the most important labs in the
CO1: Learn to construct flowsheet, including adding chemical engineering study. In this lab, student will
blocks and streams, reconnecting streams, perform experiments to support their theoretical study
and breaking/joining streams of Chemical Reaction Engineering. It includes the
CO2: Apply the software to model and simulate experimental studies using different type of reactors
problems related to chemical engineering unit for determining kinetic and RTD data.
operations.
CO3: Develop flowsheet to model and simulate Course Outcomes
problems related to chemical engineering
processes and other related disciplines. CO1: Design the experiments to acquire the kinetic
and RTD data
CO2: Analyse the experimental data to obtain the
reaction rate expression (reaction order and
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CO3: Attain competency in running the bench scale control, odorizer system and gas metering skids will
and pilot scale reactors. also be introduced.
CO4: Inculcate good communication skill and team
working spirit. Course Outcomes

BKF3791 Process Control & Instrumentation Lab CO1: Design and evaluate the gas pipeline
Credit : 1 transmission and distribution system
Prerequisite : Bkf3413 Process Control & CO2: Calculate the pressure losses in gas pipeline
Dynamics using several networking analysis method
CO3: Illustrate gas pipeline construction from
Synopsis acquiring of the right of way up to the
commissioning process
This laboratory have been developed to address the
key engineering educational challenge of realistic BKG3453 Gas Processing & Liquefaction (E)
problem solving within the constraints of a typical Credit : 3
lecture-style course in process dynamics and control. Prerequisite : None
Students will conduct experiments based on two
major process operations which are based on Synopsis
computer simulation and plant experimental works. In
computer simulation, students will simulate a case In this subject, two main parts including upstream and
study using Matlab software, Simulated Process downstream processes of natural gas are covered.
Control (SPC) software and also operate a system on The course mainly focuses on the treatment
Distributed Control System (DCS). The students also processes involving in transforming raw hydrocarbon
run the experiment using pilot plant available in this gas produced from offshore fields into several
laboratory. This application will encourage students to valuable products. In fact, the natural gas processes
apply their process control theories into practical term such as hydrocarbon gas processing, conditioning
and inculcate the critical thinking among the group and liquefaction are vital for meeting the pipeline
members. specifications and customer requirements. The
common natural gas processes, namely; dry or steam
Course Outcomes reforming of natural gas and Fischer-Tropsch
synthesis (FTS) are also discussed in this subject.
CO1: Analyse dynamic behaviour of 1st and 2nd
order process Course Outcomes
CO2: Develop control strategies manually and
automatically using Simulated Process Control CO1: Explain the socioeconomic effects of having
(SPC) software hydrocarbon gas industry and its related
CO3: Practice control strategies using pilot plants activities. Comprehend simple PFD of Gas
and Simulated Process Control (SPC) Processing Plant for treating raw natural gas to
software become sales gas and NGLs.
CO4: Adapt team working and commitment CO2: Explain the main effect of the presence of
behaviour impurities such as water, acid gases, heavier
hydrocarbons and others in natural gas flow.
BKG3433 Gas Transmission & Distribution (E) Then, solve and decide the suitable type of
Credit : 3 treatment processes.
Prerequisite : None CO3: Explain the natural gas liquefaction process
which involves refrigeration and perform
Synopsis related engineering calculations.

This course aims to provide fundamentals knowledge


to design piping systems for oil and gas transmission
and distribution. These include gas pipeline design,
engineering, fabrication, installation, testing and
commissioning, as well as the gas pipeline network
analysis. Students will also be exposed on the
requirements for installation, codes and standards
used in the design and installation of gas systems.
Other relevant topics such as welding, corrosion

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BKC3643 Industrial Safety Practices In Oil & Gas Course Outcomes


Sector (E)
Credit : 3 CO1: Understand the basic principle in membrane
Prerequisite : None separation technology and the classification of
membrane
Synopsis CO2: Gain general information regarding the
membrane manufacturing techniques,
This subject will help to increase the undergraduate membrane characterization and membrane
student safety knowledge and awareness plus on top module design.
of that they will know the current practice in the oil CO3: Know the current and future applications of
and gas industries. Topics to be covered are as membrane separation technique
follows,
i) Introduction to OSHA 1994 & EQA 1974 Acts. BKC3683 Wastewater Treatment (E)
ii) PTW Systems i.e. cold work permit, hot work Credit : 3
permit, vessel entry permit and excavation permit. Prerequisite : None
Iii Lock Out & Tag Out (LOTO), confined space, gas
detection and energy isolation. Synopsis
iv) Transportation and Distribution Safety (TDS).
v) Behavior Based Safety (BBS) and PPE. This subject covers the basic concept of water and
wastewater treatment methods that include physical,
Course Outcomes chemical, biological and advances treatment
methods. The physical, chemical and biological
CO1: Relates and explains the various acts / characteristics of water and wastewater are
legislation governing OSHA & EQA. introduced briefly in this course. The project field
CO2: Used and apply the various permits to work work will be carried out for the students to get the
(PTW) systems and knows the important PTW exposure in this field.
and minimum PPE requirement in the oil & gas
industries. Course Outcomes
CO3: Distinguished the Do's & Don't of safety
practices in a running oil & gas plant. CO1: Explain and discuss the methods that used to
characterize water and wastewater in
BKC3653 Membrane Technology (E) accordance with the engineering fundamentals
Credit : 3 and environmental legislation
Prerequisite : None CO2: Analyze, estimate, compare and solve
problems of water and wastewater using
Synopsis different methods/processing
CO3: Describe, evaluate, formulate and design of
This subject is primarily to expose students to the the engineered system for water and
membrane separation process which involves liquid wastewater purification based on sustainable
and gas separation. The students will be taught the development
type of membranes (i.e. microfiltration, ultrafiltration,
nanofiltration and reverse osmosis), membrane BKC3713 Process Optimization (E)
module and material, membrane manufacturing Credit : 3
mainly for phase inversion technique other new Prerequisite : None
techniques (interfacial polymerization, grafting,
coating etc.) and a few concepts such as transport Synopsis
theory, concentration polarization, osmosis
phenomenon etc. Membrane characterization and This subject introduces and develops techniques in
performance will be taught as well including physical formulating and solving optimization problems.
characterization, number of modules, required Emphases will be given in optimization basics,
membrane area for feed processing, etc. Some unconstrained and constrained optimizations, linear
common case studies and applications will be programming, non-linear programming, and mixed
delivered in this subject to expose the students to the integer programming. Applications of those concepts
current and future technology for membrane will be found in solving optimization issues in
separation process (i.e. forward osmosis). chemical processes such as heat transfer,
separation, fluid flow and reactor design and
operation.

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BKC3833 Recycling Technology (E)


Course Outcomes Credi : 3
Prerquisite : None
CO1: Explain optimization basics and the scopes
within the chemical processes Synopss
CO2: Formulate mathematical models to solve
optimization problems in chemical processes This course aims to give a perspective on the use of
CO3: Use an optimization software i.e General chemical engineering knowledge in the recycling
Algebraic Modeling System (GAMS) industry. Students will be taught on the overall issues
CO4: Execute, evaluate and perform sensitivity of wastes, waste management and regulation related
analysis for the developed optimization models to it. Emphasis will be given on the awareness of
recycling activities in Malaysia and other parts of the
BKC3783 Oil & Gas Technology (E) world, showing the technologies involved in doing the
Credit : 3 recycling. Students will have the opportunity to
Prerequisite : None prepare and present the market survey and business
plan on a chosen topic of interest in recycling of
Synopsis waste material in Malaysia, which require them to
search for the most feasible recycling activity that can
This course introduces the concept of upstream, convince financial institution to finance the project.
midstream and downstream activities of the oil and Students are also required to visit a related recycling
gas industry. By the end of this course, students plant to understand the nature of the business. At the
should be able to identify and describe the main end of this course, it is expected that the students will
branches of petroleum exploration and exploitation be able to appreciate the importance of recycling, the
activities such as geology, drilling, reservoir nature of recycling industry and bring the interest to
engineering and production. Students should also be them to venture into recycling business after
able to explain the stages and process of completing their studies.
hydrocarbon formation, how it is found and later
produced. Exposure to the reservoir and production Course Outcomes
engineering calculations will be provided to illustrate
the applications of engineering principles in oil and CO1: Explain, describe and interpret the issue of
gas production activities. To complete the waste, waste management and regulation, and
understanding of the oil and gas life cycle, the recycling activities
midstream and downstream aspects of the oil and CO2: Apply knowledge of chemical engineering in
gas industry such as, topsides facilities, refinery developing the recycling process suitable for a
operations, gas processing, product transportation as specific waste material
well as economy aspects and current issues affecting CO3: Prepare market survey and business plan on
the industry will also be covered. recycling of waste material into high value
added product.
Course Outcomes
BKC3853 Process Monitoring (E)
CO1: Distinguish the fundamental concept of Credit : 3
upstream, midstream and downstream Prerequisite : None
CO2: Estimate reservoir volumes and hydrocarbons
in place and production calculations Synopsis
CO3: Select and design separators based upon well
construction, fluid properties and production This is an introductory level course of statistical-
scenario. based process monitoring, which includes univariate
CO4: Evaluate the current issues and environmental and multivariate-based systems. The topics covered
effects in oil and gas industry are introduction to process monitoring, statistical
process control (SPC), multivariate statistical process
monitoring (MSPM) and also industrial monitoring
applications. In particular, the last chapter mainly
exposes the students with variety applications of
monitoring approaches as well as reviewing the
issues of various monitoring extensions.

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Course Outcomes introduction of environmental engineering,


wastewater quality management, wastewater
CO1: Critically discuss the essentials and benefits of treatment, air, solid waste treatment and
applying process monitoring system for management. The techniques covered involved in
ensuring smooth as well as safe industrial environmental samples testing, and an ability to
operability critically evaluate data from a sampling program.
CO2: Apply as well as analyze the univariate Skills gained will be directly applicable to careers in
monitoring performance based on the environmental engineering both in data collection and
progression of the means and range charts of managing field assessments.
SPC framework
CO3: Comprehensively explain in writing as well as Course Outcomes
solve mathematically the principles of
multivariate analysis based on complex CO1: Explain the ethics & responsibilities as
monitoring problem of MSPM framework engineer towards environment and expose to
CO4: Develop fault detection mechanism as well as environmental legislation & regulation
perform investigation based on a specified practices in Malaysia
case study by using Matlab CO2: Review problems and its solving involving
CO5: Conduct a critical review of the current wastewater treatment
industrial monitoring issues particularly on the CO3: Analyze the concept involved in air pollution
MSPM extensions control, management of solid waste and
hazardous waste
BKC3893 Scale-Up Of Chemical Process (E) CO4: Develop various analytical methods and
Credit : 3 operate wastewater treatment pilot plant, air
Prerequisite : None contaminants and its equipment for air
pollution reduction
Synopsis
BKC4653 Polymer Technology (E)
This subject covers the aspects of scale-up of Credit : 3
chemical and biological processes and Prerequisite : None
commercialization.
The course introduces the basic concept and Synopsis
application of scale-up of chemical and biotechnology
related processes. The topics cover in this subject This course will provide in depth knowledge of
are introduction to the theory of scale-up; modeling polymer science and technology. It will polymerization
and simulation; pilot plant; reactor scale-up; unit reaction, kinetics, reactor, synthesis and processing
operation scale-up; fine/specialty chemical processes technique of different types of plastics, rubber and
scale-up. composites. It will also deal with the current issues on
polymer. Upon completing this course, students will
Course Outcomes be able to explain how polymers are processed into
end-products and can suggest specific applications
CO1: Master the basic fundamentals of scale-up for specific polymers.
theory, and commercialization of R&D.
CO2: Acquire the analytical and modeling skills Course Outcomes
required for conversion of lab scale processes
to commercial scale. CO1: Explain what polymers are and how they can
CO3: Improve communication and teamwork skills be produced and how to control the properties
through group assignments. of polymer
CO2: How to manufacture end product by using
BKC4543 Environmental Engineering different manufacturing techniques
Credit : 3 CO3: Identify different application on the basis of
Prerequisite : None properties

Synopsis

This subject is designed to introduce to the students


the principles and testing techniques of the
environmental engineering. Topics includes

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BKC4663 Ultrasonics (E) Course Outcomes


Credit : 3
Prerequisite : None CO1: Discuss the current status and future trends of
food industry in Malaysia
Synopsis CO2: Apply and analyze the principles of
dehydration in food products
This course aims to introduce the complete CO3: Discuss and elaborate on the production of
fundamental physics of ultrasonics, describe in detail refrigerated foods
equipment and procedures for chemical process CO4: Elaborate on the materials used and roles of
systems. The principles of ultrasonics operations food packaging
involved in chemical processes such as cleaning, CO5: Discuss the importance of safety and hygiene
machining, forming and joining, liquid atomization and in food production
droplet formation, agglomeration and flocculation,
extraction proceses, demulsification of crude BKF4812 Process Engineering Management
petroleum, miscellaneous chemical effects and Credit : 2
applications, electrolysis and electroplating. At the Prerequisite : None
end of this course, it is expected that the students will
understand theories, principles, calculation for the Synopsis
basic mechanisms, basic design parameters and
applications of ultrasonics and are able to solve This course deals with Process Engineering
chemical engineering problems related to them. Management. It covers knowledge on roles
&responsibilities, planning, organizing, time, tools &
Course Outcomes techniques, cost, constraint, quality, and risk
management.
CO1: Explain the fundamentals of frequency,
intensity and power of ultrasonics Course Outcomes
CO2: Review problems and its solving involving
ultrasound processing technology CO1: Explain theoretical and conceptual basis on
CO3: Analyze wave propagation and associated which the practice of engineering operation
phenomena for desired ultrasound wave fields and project management in industry.
technique CO2: Describe the need of chemical engineering
CO4: Able to apply various analytical methods and graduates when they have to make
operate ultrasonic horns for processing management decisions as a team member or
application and use of ultrasonics in non- manager.
destructive testing of metals for chemical CO3: Apply basic operation and project
processes using the analytical skills, modeling management concepts and principles through
skills or engineering economics case study

BKC4683 Food Engineering (E) BKG4463 Gas Storage & Reticulation (E)
Credit : 3 Credit : 3
Prerequisite : None Prerequisite : None

Synopsis Synopsis

This course is designed to introduce the applications This subject aims to enable students to identify
of certain unit operations in the processing of different various types of storing methods of liquefied
types of food products. The principles and methods of petroleum gas (LPG), natural gases (NG) and
heating and dehydration, refrigeration and freezing, liquefied natural gas (LNG). Besides that, the
are discussed with emphasis on their applications in understanding of gas reticulation system is provided.
the processing of dairy, fruit and vegetables, eggs, Students will be provided with a working knowledge
poultry, meat and fish products. The course will also to design the gas storage and reticulation systems.
provide an appreciation on the importance of food
packaging, food safety and hygiene. Course Outcomes

CO1: Explain the fundamental concepts and


characteristic of LPG, NG and LNG storage
systems

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CO2: Analyze the gas load consumption, pipe and complete train of bioseparation will also be
storage sizing, total of gas withdraw from LPG, introduced.
NG and LNG storage and others related
equipment Course Outcomes
CO3: Respond with the current issues in gas storage
technology and development CO1: Discuss different bioreactor operational
CO4: Design LPG, NG and LNG storage system and modes, designs, and its related
its accompanying piping or reticulation system instrumentation and control.
CO2: Solve the calculation regarding to the culture
BKC3883 Process Integration (E) kinetic in different fermentation mode.
Credit : 3 CO3: Solve the calculation regarding to the mixing
Prerequisite : None and mass transfer in a bioreactor and analyse
the effect of scale-up.
Synopsis CO4: Differentiate four phases involve in
bioseparation which are recovery, isolation,
This course deals with the concept of process purification and polishing.
integration consisting of mass integration, heat CO5: Explain the principles of each technique.
integration and cogeneration. The course uses pinch CO6: Justify the underlying reasons for choosing a
analysis to achieve the maximum both energy and particular technique, as well as suggest any
mass recovery. The course also explains the related improvements.
integration and combination of power and steam.
BKC3922 Undergraduate Research Project I
Course Outcomes Credit : 2
Prerequisite : Bkf3463 Unit Operation
CO1: Discuss the need of chemical engineering
graduates when they have to make an Synopsis
evaluation on energy consumption and
estimate the energy recovery achievable. This course is designed to expose the students to a
CO2: Explain and propose alternative ways for research project. They have to apply all the
energy and mass minimization and estimate knowledge they have learned in the program to
the benefits for the industry. complete the research project. Each student will be
CO3: Able to design the heat exchanger network for supervised by at least one lecturer or two lecturers
optimal design, the mass integration as well as (main supervisor and co-supervisor). During the
the cogeneration network. research project I, the students will be able to do a
literature survey and prepare a draft which contains
BKB3443 Bioprocess Technology (E) objective of the project, problem statement, literature
Credit : 3 survey, solving techniques, methodology, preliminary
Prerequisite : None results, treatment of results and list of reference
publications. At the end of this subject, the students
Synopsis are required to present the draft in a short seminar
which will be evaluated by a faculty’s panel.
This subject covers the basic concepts of bioreactor
operational mode and its culture kinetics. This subject Course Outcomes
also emphasizes on the application of transport
phenomena in bioreactor, scale up, monitoring and CO1: To apply knowledge of mathematics, science,
control of bioreactor. This subject also includes the engineering fundamentals or engineering
introduction of the unit operations that commonly specialization to the research problems
employed to separate biological products. An CO2: To identify, formulate and analyse research
idealized process of bioseparation consists of four problems using the principles of mathematics,
phases which are the removal of insoluble products, natural sciences or engineering science
the isolation of desired biological products or CO3: To design and develop solutions based on
concentration, the purification and lastly, polishing of research problems
biological products. The basic methods that will be CO4: To engage in independent and life-long
covered in this course include filtration, centrifugation, learning in the broader context of technological
cell disruption, precipitation, extraction, adsorption, change, enhance individual’s soft skill and
and chromatography. In addition, an overview on the organization skills in research activities

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CO5: To communicate effectively on research


outcomes with the engineering community and BKC4934 Process & Plant Design Ii
society (oral) Credit : 4
CO6: To communicate effectively on research Prerequisite : None
outcomes with the engineering community and
society (written) Synopsis

BKC4913 Process & Plant Design I In this course, students will carry out a plant design
Credit : 3 project to demonstrate the practical aspects in
Prerequisite : designing Chemical/Bio/Gas processing plant. The
Bkf3463 Unit Operation students will be divided into groups where they are
Bkf2453 Chemical Reaction Engineering I expected to design Chemical/Bio/Gas processing
plant. They will also apply their previous knowledge
Synopsis from Process & Plant Design 1 and other related
subject, in completing the design task given. Students
The lessons from the previous subjects would be will be assessed based on their individual
used by the students here to make all necessary performance, presentation and final report.
engineering decisions in synthesizing the process
flow diagram. By implementing optimization approach Course Outcomes
using the economic potential strategies, the decisions
are analyzed by integrating material and energy CO1: Justify the manual calculation results of the
balance through four hierarchical steps beginning mass and energy balance
with mode decision and ending with separation train CO2: Evaluate mass and energy balance using
decision. The students would have to use commercial process simulators
engineering calculations including design equations CO3: Design of process equipment
and heat integration by the aid of the simulation CO4: Propose appropriate utility system
software. The environmental impact posed by the CO5: Decide suitable control mechanism
process would also need to be considered during the CO6: Conduct hazard and operability study
process synthesis. At the end of this subject, the (HAZOP)
students are expected to come out with their own CO7: Propose appropriate waste management plant
process flow diagrams whether as a grassroot plant CO8: Perform process viability and economics
or a retrofit plant. analysis
CO9: Rationalize the proposed design verbally and
Course Outcomes in written form
CO10: Demonstrate the ability to work in group
CO1: Review on raw material and product, synthesis CO11: Synthesize process flow sheet
route and reaction kinetics, and technology in
existing processes
CO2: Discover necessary material properties,
technologies and engineering fundamentals in
each decision level of process synthesis
CO3: Analyze material and energy (when
necessary) balance for each decision level of
process synthesis
CO4: Determine the scheme/type of unit operations
and estimate their optimum design at
respective decision level of process synthesis
CO5: Manage safety and health aspects of process
CO6: Manage environmental aspects of process
CO7: Synthesize feasible design of process
CO8: Draw process flow diagram
CO9: Simulate the synthesized process with out any
non-convergence
CO10: Present design report for the proposed case
study in group

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CORE Faculty Courses Course Outcomes

CO1 Solve the basic chemical engineering


DKK1352 Electrical Technology calculations involving conversion of units,
Credit: 2 determination of process variables and
Prerequisite: None single phase system.
CO2 Solve material balance of processes in
Synopsis nonreactive and reactive system in single
and multiple units
This course is designed to introduce the CO3 Solve energy balance of processes in
fundamental of electrical system principles. The nonreactive and reactive system
underlying principles that will be covered in this
course include an introduction to an electrical DKK1524 Computer Applications and
system, electrical safety, basic laws (Ohm’s law, Engineering Graphics
Kirchhoff’s laws, current/voltage divider, wye-delta Credit: 1
transformation), direct current (d.c.) circuits, Prerequisite: None
methods of analysis, circuit theorems, single phase
series and parallel circuits, series and parallel Synopsis
combination of resistor, inductor and capacitor,
power in AC circuits, multiphase systems, and also This course covers on history of computer and its
alternate current (a.c.) and direct current (d.c.) component, computer software like Microsoft
motors. A part of that, student also needs to carry Office, Excel, PowerPoint and Visio. Other than
out simple technical project to assess their that, engineering drawing and utilisation of
understanding on the basic principles of AUTOCAD software.
electromagnetism and its applications
Course Outcomes
Course Outcomes
CO1 Able to Identify capabilities, limitations and
CO1 To describe the concepts of electrical procedures for using computer systems to
system and its components as well as solve personal, business and educational
awareness on electrical safety. problems
CO2 To analyse and solve electric circuit CO2 Demonstrate knowledge of the main
problems both for direct and alternate computer applications used in education
currents. and be able to choose the appropriate
CO3 Ability to implement the concepts of application for a given task
electromagnetism in students' project CO3 Ability to describe the engineering tools by
using techniques, skills and modern
DKK1413 Material and Energy Balance engineering tools necessary for chemical
Credit: 3 engineering practice.
Prerequisite: None CO4 Apply the engineering tools in order to
create technical drawings for the chemical
Synopsis engineering equipment and related
disciplines.
This course is designed to give students a
foundation in the basics of chemical engineering. DKK1741 Basics Science and Engineering Lab
Students will learn basic chemical engineering Credit: 1
principles such as different unit systems, unit Prerequisite: None
conversion and process variables determination.
This knowledge will then be applied extensively for Synopsis
material and energy balances for single or multiple In basic science and engineering laboratory,
unit operations of non-reactive and reactive students are required to perform experimental
chemical processes. In addition, problem solving works which covered the basis concept of physical
techniques are introduced and many of the terms and chemistry such as concepts of solubility and
and considerations to be expanded in future miscibility, gravimetric analysis, buffer effect,
classes are introduced. disassociation constant estimation, specific heat

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and reaction heat determination, pressure change DKK1711 Analytical Instrumental Lab
analysis and hardness testing. Credt: 1
Prrequisite: None
Course Outcomes
Synopsis
CO1 Apply the basic science and engineering
theories in the corresponding experimental In Analytical Instrument Lab, students conduct
works experiment which involves different types of
CO2 Apply the basic science and engineering analytical equipment. Students are given main
concepts in solving problems and objective of each experiment and instructor will
interpretation of experimental data. explain about the standard operating procedure to
CO3 Adapt the team working behaviour and run the experiment. Then, by working in their group
commitment as a member while working on student will conduct the experiment under
the group assignment. supervision of the instructor. Students are
encouraged to be creative and inculcate the critical
thinking among the group member during the lab
DKK1761 Mass & Heat Transfer Lab session. In overall, this lab consist of seven
Credit: 1 experiments which involves seven analytical
Prerequisite: None equipment; Melting Point Apparatus, UV-Visible
Absorption Spectroscopy, Fourier Transform
Synopsis Infrared Spectroscopy (FTIR), Refractometer, pH
meter and Conductivity Meter and
This laboratory course is offered to enhance their Thermogravimetric Analyzer (TGA).
understanding through experiments to observe the
application of theories learn in Mass Transfer and Course Outcomes
Heat Transfer. Numbers of experiments have been
designed such as shell and tube heat exchanger, CO1 Demonstrate theories applied in analytical
plate heat exchanger, tray dryer, mass transfer chemistry theories in the corresponding
coefficient apparatus, fixed and fluidized bed experimental works.
apparatus. In this lab, student will be given a main CO2 Apply all the analytical chemistry knowledge
objective of each experiment and instructor will in solving problems and interpretation of
explain about the work Instruction to run the experimental data
experiment. Then, by working in their group CO3 Adapt the team working behaviour and
student will run the experiment under supervision commitment as a member while working on
of the instructor. This will encourage student to be the group assignment.
more creative and inculcate the critical thinking
among the group member. Besides that, students DKK1493 Transport Processes
will be exposed to industrial environment and Credit: 3
safety precaution. Prerequisite: None

Course Outcomes Synopsis

CO1 Apply fundamental theories of che In heat transfer, the principles of the heat transfer
mical unit operation in steady state by conduction, convection and
CO2 Operate common unit operation equipment radiation will be emphasized. In mass transfer, the
which use in industries and be familiar to
principles of the mass transfer in gases, liquids,
their components and function
CO3 Ability to communicate effectively and biological solutions and gel and solids will be
presenting the data discussed. The students will be exposed to the
procedure for general problem solving involving
heat and mass transfer systems.

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Course Outcomes Course Outcomes

CO1 Explain the fundamental concepts of heat CO1 Explain the basic mechanisms, principles
and mass transfer. and applications of boiler, steam distribution
CO2 Apply the fundamental concept of heat and and pump.
mass transfer mechanism to solve the CO2 Explain the basic mechanisms, principles
problems and applications of valve, cooling tower,
CO3 Analyse problems occur in unit operation compressor, water and flare systems
equipment by using the fundamental CO3 Demonstrate understanding of current
concept of heat and mass transfer engineering problems and good
communication skills through case study
presentation and analysis
DKK2333 Thermodynamics
Credit: 3 DKK2462 Plant Commissioning, Start-Up &
Prerequisite: None Shut-Down
Credit: 2
Synopsis Prerequisite: None

This course covered the properties of pure Synopsis


substances, the first law of thermodynamics for the
closed and open systems, the second law of The understanding of engineering practices in plant
thermodynamics, entropy and introduction to the commissioning and start-up are essential for the
refrigeration, heat engine and heat pump. practicing technicians. This class will provide the
student with a thorough understanding of the
Course Outcomes fundamentals in commissioning and start-up of
chemical plants from the view point and experience
CO1 Apply and solve energy balance of a of industrialist. It will cover subjects such as plant
process by the First Law of inspection, instrument testing, leak testing,
Thermodynamics. pressure testing, plant monitoring, commissioning
CO2 Apply and solve the problems related to the hazards, permit to work and plant maintenance and
Second Law of Thermodynamics on ideal shutdowns.
and irreversible processes.
CO3 Apply and solve the problems related to the Course Outcomes
refrigerator, heat engine and heat pump.
CO1 Describe the stages and phases involved in
DKK2483 Plant Utility plant commissioning, start-up and shut-
Credit: 2 down.
Prerequisite: None CO2 Explain the activities implemented during
plant commissioning, start-up and shut-
Synopsis down.
CO3 Apply the best engineering practices in each
This course designed to introduce the basic utilities activity in the process and operation of plant
commissioning, start-up and shut-down.
system employed in the chemical related plants
CO4 Analyse safety and health issues and the
such as boiler, cooling tower, compressors, water action taken that need to be consider for any
and flare systems. In each module, the students potential hazardous situation that may occur
will be introduced to the basic concept of theory, during plant commissioning, start-up and
operations, industrial applications, and shut-down
maintenance procedure and equipment safety. At
the end of this course, students are expected to be
able to elaborate, theorize and identify the utilities
systems that are commonly employed in chemical
industries.

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DKK2142 Plant Supervision isothermal reactor design, multiple reaction and


Credit: 2 catalyst.
Prerequisite: None
Course Outcomes
Synopsis
CO1 Explain the fundamentals of chemical
This particular course will cover foundation of reaction engineering such as mole balance,
supervision, planning & organizing skills, staffing rate law, and stoichiometry using concepts
skills and controlling skills. Besides that, it will also in reactor design.
expose the students the real conditions and CO2 Apply the concepts for the reactor
functions of supervisor and the supervisory operations using analytical skill.
concept-applied in the working culture. CO3 Solve problems related to reactor operation.
Course Outcomes
DKK2473 Plant Safety & Health
CO1 State the foundation for effective supervision Credit: 3
CO2 Define the key concepts of planning, Prerequisite: None
organizing, staffing and controlling.
CO3 Describe the methods for stimulating Synopsis
individual and group performance.
CO4 Describe the process for coping with This subject is primarily to expose students with
workplace. the concepts, practical aspects and applications of
safety and health (SH) and some basic of
DKK2373 Fluid Mechanics environmental concern in the chemical industries.
Credit: 3 The students will be taught the day-to-day and
Prerequisite: DKK2363 Engineering Mechanics management aspects of SHE including local and
international regulations such as OSHA, CIMAH,
Synopsis EQA and other related acts will be covered. Simple
common case studies would be exemplified from
This course is an introduction to fluid mechanics, local and abroad.
and emphasizes fundamental concepts and
problem-solving techniques. Topics to be covered Course Outcomes
include fluid properties, fluid statics, fluid dynamics,
control volume analysis and pipeline system. CO1 Explain the importance of Safety, Health
and Environment (SHE) in chemical
Course Outcomes industries
CO2 Understand common international and local
CO1 State the foundation for effective supervision regulations regarding Safety, Health and
CO2 Define the key concepts of planning, Environment
organizing, staffing and controlling. CO3 Solve calculation problem related to Safety,
CO3 Describe the methods for stimulating Health and Environment
individual and group performance.
CO4 Describe the process for coping with DKK2523 Environmental Engineering
workplace. Credit: 3
Prerequisite: None
DKK2433 Chemical Reaction Engineering
Credit: 3 Synopsis
Prerequisite: None
This subject is designed to introduce to the
Synopsis students the principles, scientific assessment and
engineering solutions to environmental problems
In chemical reaction engineering, the student will affecting water, air and solid. Topics includes on
learn the basic concept, design and calculation of the environmental concerns, legislation and
various type of reactor in chemical process such as regulation practices, wastewater quality
batch reactor, CSTR, and PFR. The topics covers management, wastewater treatment, outdoor air
in this subject are mole balances, conversion, pollution, solid and hazardous waste disposal. It
reactor sizing, rate law, isothermal and non- also includes the equipment selection and problem

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solving technique to prevent the pollution through students will comprehend the basic mechanisms
different processes and technologies. and applications of statics and dynamics in related
engineering field.
Course Outcomes

CO1 Discuss compliance to environmental Course Outcomes


legislation & regulation practices in
Malaysia. CO1 Apply the basic concepts in statics to solve
CO2 Analyze and solve problems involving water problems concerning resultant of forces
and wastewater treatment. acting on a particle and equilibrium of a
CO3 Determine the concept involved in particle
management of solid waste, hazardous CO2 Analyze problems involving the equilibrium
waste and air pollution control Solve of a rigid body and use the fundamental
calculation problem related to Safety, Health principles in statics to solve them Apply the
and Environment fundamental concept of heat and mass
transfer mechanism to solve the problems
DKK2771 Chemical Reaction Engineering Lab CO3 Solve problems involving the kinematics and
Credit: 1 kinetics of a particle by applying the basic
Prerequisite: None principles in dynamics

Synopsis DKK3919 Industrial Training


Credit: 9
In Chemical Reaction Engineering lab, students Prerequisite: None
are required to perform laboratory work in
investigating the effect of pressure, mixing, Synopsis
temperature and different of acid types on solid
liquid reaction and also to determine the heat of In industrial training the students should gain
reaction in chemical reaction process. Continuous insight into the industrial practice, in order to
Stirred Tank Reactor (CSTR), Tubular Flow visualize the tasks and possibilities of their later
Reactor (TFR), Plug Flow Reactor (PFR) and batch occupation work. All students are required to
reactor will be used in this experiment in order to undergo 24 weeks of industrial training during the
expose students to the industrial environment. end of the semester of the third academic year.
The performance of each student during the
Course Outcomes periods of his/her Industrial training is evaluated
jointly by the faculty staff, and the representatives
CO1 Apply the engineering and chemical reaction from employer organizations. The student is
concept to solve lab experiment problem. required to maintain proper records and submit
CO2 Operate and demonstrate different type of reports on the training received by him/her. The
reactors with different reactions industrial training report should cover all periods of
CO3 Able to work in group and commit with the approved employment. The report document is
date line. expected to demonstrate development of practical
CO4 Commit with all the lab rules and regulations and professional skills in Engineering through
technical experience and application of theoretical
DKK2363 Engineering Mechanics knowledge. Development of skills in dealing with
Credit: 3 people, and communication skills are part of the
Prerequisite: None subject objectives. The student should be able to
present the report to university supervisor, as a
Synopsis complement to their diploma.

This subject will introduce students with concept of Course Outcomes


statics and dynamics and its application in related
CO1 Display independency in actual working
engineering field. The topics covered in this subject environment with minimal supervision
are static of particle, static of rigid body, distributed CO2 Display communication skill with different
forces, analysis of structure, friction, kinematics levels of staff in the organization
and kinetics of particles. By completing the course,

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CO3 Present technical documents related to the


work completed
CO4 Practice positive attitude during the training

DKK3933 Industrial Training Report


Credit: 3
Prerequisite: None

Synopsis

In industrial training the students should gain


insight into the industrial practice, in order to
visualize the tasks and possibilities of their later
occupation work. All students are required to
undergo 24 weeks of industrial training during the
end of the semester of the third academic year.
The performance of each student during the
periods of his/her Industrial training is evaluated
jointly by the faculty staff, and the representatives
from employer organizations. The student is
required to maintain proper records and submit
reports on the training received by him/her. The
industrial training report should cover all periods of
approved employment. The report document is
expected to demonstrate development of practical
and professional skills in Engineering through
technical experience and application of theoretical
knowledge. Development of skills in dealing with
people, and communication skills are part of the
subject objectives. The student should be able to
present the report to university supervisor, as a
complement to their diploma.

Course Outcomes

CO1 Display communication skill with different


levels of staff in the organization
CO2 Present technical documents related to the
work completed

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FACULTY OF CIVIL ENGINEERING AND


EARTH RESOURCES

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FACULTY OF CIVIL ENGINEERING AND EARTH RESOURCES

INTRODUCTION

The faculty of Civil Engineering & Earth Resources (FKASA) was established in 2002 and had its first
intake of student in July 2003. Civil engineering involves the assessment, planning, design, construction,
operation and maintenance of physical infrastructures such as roads, buildings, water supply system,
airports, port bridges and tunnels. All these infrastructures meant to improve the quality of human life.

FKASA offers academic programs which are relevant to the need of the industry. At present, FKASA offers
two undergraduate academic programs - Bachelor of Civil Engineering (Hons) (BAA) and Diploma in Civil
Engineering (DAA) and postgraduate programs by research.

PROGRAMMES OFFERED

Diploma in Civil Engineering

Diploma in Civil Engineering was designed to provide a comprehensive foundation in Civil Engineering to
the students.

Program Curriculum

Year Code Subject


DAA1113 Engineering Mechanics
1 DAA1312 Civil Engineering Materials
DAA1212 Computer Programming
DAA1123 Mechanics of Materials
DAA1723 Fluids Mechanics
DAA1032 Engineering Drawing
DAA1022 Project Management
DAA1951 Engineering Laboratory I (Water and Environment)
DAA2123 Theory of Structures
2 DAA2313 Engineering Surveying
DAA2322 Engineering Surveying Fieldwork
DAA2413 Traffic and Highway Engineering
DAA2931 Engineering Laboratory II (Materials and Structure)
DAA2513 Soil Mechanics and Geology
DAA2213 Structural Design I (Concrete)
DAA2223 Structural Design II (Steel and Timber)
DAA2523 Geotechnical Engineering
DAA2612 Environmental Engineering
DAA2951 Engineering Laboratory III (Geotechnical and Highway)
DAA2723 Hydraulics and Hydrology
DAA3903 Industrial Training Report
3 DAA3909 Industrial Training

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Bachelor of Civil Engineering (Hons)

Bachelor of Civil Engineering (Hons) was developed to provide a comprehensive understanding in Civil
Engineering to the students. This program also aims to provide the professional practitioner to the
market place and able to develop scientific, design, human resources and management expertise, and
gain a sound knowledge of engineering principles, together with the ability to apply them to practical
problems.

Program Curriculum

Year Code Subject


BAA1113 Engineering Mechanics
BAA1112 Engineering Drawing
1 BAA1312 Civil Engineering Materials
BAA1133 Mechanics of Materials
BAA1323 Engineering Surveying
BAA1912 Engineering Surveying Fieldwork
BAA1931 Engineering Laboratory I
BAA1322 Construction Engineering
BAA1331 Engineering Surveying Camp
BAA2113 Theory of Structures
2 BAA2713 Fluids Mechanics
BAA2513 Soil Mechanics and Geology
BAA2921 Engineering Laboratory II
BAA2123 Structural Analysis
BAA2723 Hydraulics
BAA2012 Computer Programming
BAA2941 Engineering Laboratory III
BAA2213 Reinforced Concrete Design I
BAA3813 Hydrology and Water Resources
3 BAA2413 Highway and Traffic Engineering
BAA3012 Law of Contract and Estimation
BAA3921 Engineering Laboratory IV
BAA3213 Reinforced Concrete Design II
BAA3023 Project Management in Construction
BAA3513 Geotechnical Engineering
BAA3312 Building Services and Maintenance
BAA3613 Environmental Engineering
BAA4976 Industrial Training
BAA3922 Research Methodology and Pre Project
4 BAA3223 Steel and Timber
BAA4513 Foundation Engineering
BAA4222 Engineer in Society
BAA4023 Project for Professional Practices
BAA4914 Final Year Project
BAA4*23 Elective 1
BAA4*23 Elective 2
BAA4*23 Elective 3

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CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

Graduates of UMP are equipped with skills in Civil Engineering and soft skills as an added value which
allows them to build a career as:

• Diploma
• Instructor
• Asst. Civil Engineer
• Asst. Project Manager
• Site Supervisor
• C & S Clerk-of-Works
• Government sector
• Bachelor
• Academician
• Civil Engineer
• Environmental Engineer
• Site Engineer
• Project Engineer
• Structural Engineer
• Design Engineer
• R & D Engineer
• Consultant
• Contractor

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LAB AND FACILITIES

NO LAB FACILITIES SERVICES


Multiparameter Water Quality Oil and grease test, BOD test,
1. System, Inverted Microbiological COD test, Suspended solids
Microscope, Water Analysis test, Water and waste water
Equipment, Imange Analysis samples test, Turbidity test,
System, Aquamatic Water Still, pH analysis, Jar test, Water
Microbiological Incubator, Multi- hardness test
Colorimeter, Gas Detector, COD
Digital Reactor, High Precision
Electronic Balance, Organic
Dispenser, Total Suspended
Particulate Detector, UV-Vis
Environmental Spectrophotometer, Total Organic
Engineering Carbon Analyzer, Air Sampler,
Anemometer, SPE Vacuum
Manifolds, High Performance
Liquid Chromatography

60 Network PCs, Printers, Software Training, Training


2. Computer/Design Plotters Room

Software:
AutoCAD, EsteemPlus Design,
Matlab, EMME/2, Dynameq,
Esteem Integrated Total Solution,
MxRoad, LUSAS, GeoStudio,
Primavera Planning, aaSidra,
Oasys Geo, Hydrographic
Survey, Ansys Civil FEM, Esteem
8, Infravera

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Sieve analysis, standard


3. proctor test, moisture content,
plastic limit test, Liquid limit
Site investigation tools and test, linear shrinkage limit test,
machines. hydrometer test, Unconfined
Soil engineering property compression test, CBR test,
Soil Mechanics & measuring apparatus. Shear box test, Consolidation
Geotechnical Soil strength and stiffness test, Laboratory vane shear
measuring devices. test, Triaxial test, plate bearing
Soil sample preparation and test, mackintosh test, sand
preservation tools. cone replacement test.

Sieve analysis on coarse


4. aggregate, Specific gravity/
Commercial software for traffic water absorption on coarse
analysis, California Bearing Ratio aggregate, Aggregate crushing
(CBR), Polished Stone Value value (ACV), Aggregate
(PSV), Aggregate Crushing Value ten percent value(TFV),
Highway & Traffic (ACV), Flakiness Index, Los Aggregate impact value (AIV),
Angeles/Dory Abrasion, Coring Aggregate abrasion test (LA
Machines, Marshal Stability Abrasion), Asphalt/bitumen
softening point test, Asphalt/
bitumen penetration grade
test, Complete core analysis,
Pavement coring, and In-situ
CBR test.

5.
Assessment of properties
and performance of cement,
Test for mortar and concrete
mixtures, Compression
200kN Compression Machine, testing, Flexural bending
300kN Flexural Machine, rebar testing, In-situ testing of
Concrete & Materials Locator, UPV apparatus, structures

6. 500 kN single acting actuators, Tensile test, Compressive


Servo valve pressure unit, test, Bending test, Static test,
Loading frames, LVDT’s and Dynamic loading test
Heavy Structures strain gauges, Data acquisition
system, 10 tonne overhead
crane, 100 tonne universal testing
machine

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Beam deflection apparatus, Determine the slope,


7. Moment distribution apparatus, deflection and radius of simply
Shear force of beam apparatus, supported beam, horizontal
Bending moment of beam and vertical deflection of
Light Structures apparatus, Buckling of struts simple portal frame and
apparatus, Influence line observing elastic buckling
apparatus, Truss analysis behaviour of struts.
apparatus Portal frame
apparatus, Test test apparatus,
Two-pinned arch apparatus

Digital theodolites, Total stations Mapping


8. Engineering and Automatic level,
Surveying

9. Impact of Jet apparatus, Calibration of flow meter or


Hydrostatic pressure apparatus, current meter using open
Bernoulli’s Theorem apparatus, channel flume, hydrology
Dead weight pressure apparatus, studies (rainfall, infiltration,
Flow over weir apparatus, Losses river flow, urban stormwater),
Hydraulics & in piping system, Series and weather station (wind speed
Hydrology parallel pumping system, 10-m & direction, temperature,
Open Channel Flume, Hydrology humidity, barometer)
apparatus

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CURRICULUM STRUCTURE
B.ENG (HONS.) CIVIL ENGINEERING

YEAR FIRST SECOND THIRD FOURTH

SEMESTER FIRST SECOND THIRD FIRST SECOND FIRST SECOND THIRD FIRST SECOND

BAA 1912 BAA 1131 BAA 3012 BAA 3213 BAA 4023
BAA 1112 BAA 2941 BAA 4976 BAA 4**3
ENGINEERING ENGINEERING BAA 2713 LAW OF REINFORCED PROJECT FOR
ENGINEERING ENGINEERING INDUSTRIAL ELECTIVE I
SURVEYING SURVEYING FLUID MECHANICS CONTRACT & CONCRETE PROFESSIONAL
DRAWING LABORATORY III TRAINING
FIELDWORK CAMP ESTIMATION DESIGN II PRACTICES
BAA 2513 BAA 3921 BAA 3312
BAA 1322 BAA 1931 BAA 2113 BAA 4513 BAA 4**3
SOIL ENGINEERING BUILDING
CONSTRUCTION ENGINEERING THEORY OF FOUNDATION ELECTIVE II
MECHANICS & LABORATORY SERVICES &
ENGINEERING LABORATORY I STRUCTURES ENGINEERING
GEOLOGY IV MAINTENANCE
BAA 3922
BAA 1133 BAA 2213
BAA 1113 BAA 2921 BAA 3513 RESEARCH BAA 4**3
MECHANICS OF BAA 2723 REINFORCED
ENGINEERING ENGINEERING GEOTEHCNICAL METHODOLOG ELECTIVE III
MATERIALS HYDRAULICS CONCRETE
UNDERGRADUATE PROSPECTUS 2016/2017

MECHANICS LABORATORY II ENGINEERING Y & PRE-


DESIGN I
PROJECT
BAA 3713 BAA 3023
BAA 1312 BAA 1323 BUM 2313 BAA 2012 BAA 4222 BAA 4914
HYDROLOGY & PROJECT
CIVIL ENGINEERING ENGINEERING NUMERICAL COMPUTER ENGINEERS IN FINAL YEAR
WATER MANAGEMENT IN
MATERIALS SURVEYING METHODS PROGRAMMING SOCIETY PROJECT
RESOURCES CONSTRUCTION

BAA 2413
UHL 2400 UHM 2022 BAA 2123 BAA 3322 UGE 2002
UQ* 2**1 HIGHWAY & UHS 2021
FUNDAMENTAL OF ETHNIC STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING TECHNO
CO-CURRICULUM II TRAFFIC SOFT SKILLS II
ENGLISH LANGUAGE RELATIONS ANALYSIS ECONOMICS PRENUERSHIP
ENGINEERING

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COURSES
BUM 2133 UHL 2432 UHF 21*1 BAA 3223
UHE 3**2 BUM 2413
BUM 2123 ORDINARY ENGLISH FOR FOREIGN STEEL &
ELECTIVE APPLIED
APPLIED CALCULUS DIFFERENTIAL PROFESSIONAL LANGUAGES TIMBER
COURSES STATISTICS
EQUATIONS COMMUNICATION LEVEL II DESIGN

UHL 2412 UHL 2422


BAA3613
ENGLISH FOR ENGLISH FOR UHS 1021
ENVIRONMENTAL
ACADEMIC TECHNICAL SOFT SKILLS I
ENGINEERING
COMMUNICATION COMMUNICATION

UHF 11*1
UHR 1012
FOREIGN
ISLAMIC AND ASIAN
LANGUAGES
CIVILISATIONS 1
LEVEL I

UQB 1**1
CO-CURRICULUM 1

TOTAL
17 16 1 13 16 15 16 6 15 15
CREDIT

TOTAL
130 (MATRICULATION –SCIENCE PHYSICS/ STPM/ DIPLOMA)
CREDIT FOR
133 (MATRICULATION-LIFE SCIENCE)
GRADUATION
UNDERGRADUATE PROSPECTUS 2016/2017

ELECTIVE COURSES FOR


B.ENG (HONS.) CIVIL ENGINEERING

CREDIT
NO. CODE COURSE
HOUR
1 BAA 4313 GEOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION SYSTEM 3

2 BAA 4823 FACILITIES AND ASSET MANAGEMENT 3

3 BAA 4723 APPLIED HYDRAULICS ENGINEERING 3

4 BAA 4483 ADVANCED WATER AND WASTEWATER 3

5 BAA 4233 FINITE ELEMENT METHOD 3

6 BAA 4253 BRIDGE ENGINEERING 3

7 BAA 4263 SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT 3

8 BAA 4413 TRANSPORTATION ENGINEERING 3

9 BAA 4323 BUILDING INFORMATION MODELLING 3

10 BAA 4523 SOIL IMPROVEMENT 3

11 BAA 4833 BUSINESS FOR ENGINEERING 3

12 BAE 4443 WASTE MANAGEMENT 3

13 BAE 4683 HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGEMENT 3

14 BAE 4613 ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT 3


ADVANCED HYDROLOGY & WATER
15 BAE 4813 3
RESOURCES
16 BAA 4243 ADVANCED CONCRETE MATERIALS 3

TOTAL MINIMUM CREDITS OF ELECTIVE COURSES FOR


9
GRADUATION

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DIPLOMA IN CIVIL ENGINEERING

YEAR FIRST SECOND THIRD

SHORT
SEMESTER FIRST SECOND FIRST SECOND FIRST SECOND
SEMESTER

UHL 1422 UHL 1432


UHL 1412 DAA 3909
ENGLISH FOR ENGLISH FOR UHS 1021 UHS 2021
FOUNDATION INDUSTRIAL
ACADEMIC OCCUPATIONAL SOFT SKILLS I SOFT SKILLS II
ENGLISH TRAINING
SKILLS COMMUNICATION

UGE 1002 DAA 3903


UHR 1012 DAA 1951
UQB 1011 DUM 1123 ASAS INDUSTRIAL
ISLAMIC AND ASIAN ENGINEERING
BRIGED SISWA CALCULUS PEMBUDAYAAN TRAINING
UNDERGRADUATE PROSPECTUS 2016/2017

CIVILISATIONS I LABORATORY I
KEUSAHAWANAN REPORT
DUM 1113 DAA 2313 DAA 2951
DUF 1113 UHM 2022
BASIC ENGINEERING ENGINEERING
PHYSICS ETHNIC RELATIONS
MATHEMATICS SURVEYING LABORATORY III
DAA 2322
DUK 1113 DUM 2113 DAA 2023
ENGINEERING
GENERAL TECHNICAL PROJECT
SURVEYING
CHEMISTRY I MATHEMATICS MANAGEMENT
FIELDWORK

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DAA 1032 DAA 2931 DAA 2123 DAA 2213
ENGINEERING ENGINEERING THEORY OF STRUCTURAL

COURSES
DRAWING LABORATORY II STRUCTURES DESIGN I

DAA 1312 DAA 1212 DAA 2513 DAA 2222


ENGINEERING COMPUTER SOIL MECHANICS STRUCTURAL
MATERIALS PROGRAMMING AND GEOLOGY DESIGN II

DAA 1113 DAA 1123 DAA 2612 DAA 2523


ENGINEERING MECHANICS OF ENVIRONMENTAL GEOTECHNICAL
MECHANICS MATERIALS ENGINEERING ENGINEERING

DAA 2413
DAA 2723
DAA 1723 TRAFFIC &
HYDRAULICS &
FLUID MECHANICS HIGHWAY
HYDROLOGY
ENGINEERING

TOTAL CREDIT 6 18 18 18 18 12

TOTAL CREDIT
FOR 90
GRADUATION
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CURRICULUM STRUCTURE FOR BAA1113 Engineering Mechanics


BACHELOR OF CIVIL ENGINEERING Credit Hour: 3
(HONS) Prerequisite: None
(BAA)
Synopsis
BAA1112 Construction
Engineering The subject in Engineering Mechanics is the
Credit Hour: 2 fundamental of all courses in engineering, which
Prerequisite: None requires students to have basic knowledge in both
statics and dynamics. The emphasis is on the
Synopsis development and correct application of the
fundamental concepts of rigid body mechanics.
This course introduces introduction to Topics covered for both statics & dynamics are force
mechanics, force vector, equilibrium of system resultants, condition of equilibrium, centroid
particle, moment of force, force system & moment of inertia; force & acceleration and work
resultants, equilibrium of rigid body, structural & energy.
analysis, friction, centroids and center of
gravity and moment of inertia. Course Outcomes

Course Outcomes CO1: Analyze the concept of static mechanics


system in two and three dimensions problems
CO1: Solve equilibrium of forces on and solve it by applying the equilibrium
particle problems condition.
CO2: Solve equilibrium of forces on CO2: Determine the location of centroid and
single rigid body problems moment of inertia for a body of arbitrary
CO3: Solve equilibrium of forces on shape.
structure problems CO3: Analyze the kinematics of motion that involves
CO4: Solve problems on centroid force & acceleration and work & energy
and moment of inertia principle.

BAA1322 Construction Engineering BAA1312 Civil Engineering Materials


Credit Hour: 2 Credit Hour : 2
Prerequisite: None Prerequisite : None Synopsis

Synopsis This course will enable students to demonstrate


understanding in the fundamental properties of
This course introduces students with construction material. Students will learn the basic
safe working habits, identify common properties of cement, aggregate, water,admixtures,
materials used in metal fabrication, manufacturing of concrete, masonry, timbers,
reading blueprints, identification, care metals, and other construction materials. At the
& use basic measuring instruments, end of the course students should be able to
layout methods & basic hand tools. identify the suitability of each material in a
Emphasis is placed on operation of construction, analyse and provide basic solution
drill press, lathe & pedestal grinder. to the problematic material, and recognize the
importance of sustainability practice in construction
Course Outcomes material.

CO1: Perform basic manual Course Outcomes


production techniques.
CO2: Perform basic turning CO1: Demonstrate understanding in the
processes and operations fundamental properties of construction
according to the given materials
dimensions, specifications CO2: Identify the suitability of one material in civil
and tolerances. Construction
CO3: Analyze and provide solutions to the
problematic material in civil construction
CO4: Understand how the concept of sustainability
applies to construction materials.

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BAA1912 Engineering
Surveying Fieldwork
Credit Hour : 2 BAA1133 Mechanics of
Prerequisite : BAA1323 Materials
Engineering Surveying Credit Hour : 3
Prerequisite : BAA1113
Synopsis Engineering Mechanics

This fieldwork emphasizes on Synopsis


handling of survey equipments,
carry out linear survey, traverse The aims of this course are the study of the behavior
survey, leveling, establishing of engineering or structural elements subjected to
temporary bench mark, detailed loads. It is provides an introduction on elastic stress
survey, techniques of gathering the and strain analysis, axial deformations and analysis
locating man-made and natural of column. Thus, properties and behavior of
features, preparation of site plan, engineering materials including stress-strain
related computation, and setting- relations. This course also deals with the analysis of
out simple construction work. direct and torsional shear stresses and their
deformation; shear force and bending moment of
Course Outcomes beam also the stresses in beams; transformations
of stresses.
CO1: Organize a small survey work for project.
CO2: Practice the significant of survey Course Outcomes
work using engineering survey techniques
based on related provision CO1: Identify and analyze the state of stresses,
CO3: Use various survey instruments at site. strains and deformation response of elastic
CO4: Write report affectively solids in the external loading and axially load
assemblies and describe and determine the
BAA1931 Engineering mechanical behavior of materials under load.
Laboratory I CO2: Illustrate and analyze the shear-moment
Credit Hour : 1 diagrams accordingly calculate the bending
Prerequisite : None and shear stress in determinate beams.
CO3: Identify and solve the principal stresses and
Synopsis angles in plane cases using analytical method
and Mohr’s circle.
This Engineering Lab I covers CO4: Identify and calculate the stresses,
material testing. The experiments deformation and twist of angle of a torsional
are complimentary to the theory bar.
that students have learned in the classroom and CO5: Apply the Euler formula to determine the
also to expose them to the practice work at the magnitude of the critical load of buckling
construction industry. column

Course Outcomes

CO1: Able to apply and conduct laboratory test and


use significant and limitation of properties
based on related standard requirement
CO2: Collect, analyze and interpret experimental
data
CO: Interact professionally among themselves
and able to use communication skills to
transfer their findings in a formal report
format

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BAA1323 Engineering Surveying CO2: Practice the significant of survey work


Credit Hour : 3 using engineering survey techniques
Prerequisite : None based on related provision
CO3: Use various survey instruments at site.
Synopsis CO4: Write report affectively

This subject will expose to the civil engineering


students the role of survey engineering in their BAA2713 Fluids Mechanics
field. The subject topics encompasses Credit Hour : 3
introduction to the engineering surveying, Prerequisite : None
surveying equipment, measurement unit,
bearing/angle and distance measurement for Synopsis
horizontal control, coordinate system, area &
volume calculation, mass transfer diagram & To introduce the fundamental principles of fluid
mass transfer measure and the final setting out mechanics, the basic equations governing fluid
for construction work. statics and fluid flow, and the methods of solving
engineering problems related to fluid mechanics
Course Outcomes
Course Outcomes
CO1: Identify and describe the definition and
the principle of engineering survey CO1: Describe fluid properties and the fundamentals
including the engineering surveying roles of Fluid Mechanics concept.
in civil engineering works [i.e: CO2: Analyze fluid mechanics system and devices
determination point location technique, such as capillary tube viscometer, falling ball
coordinate system, read and understand viscometer, manometers, and piezometer.
the information shown in site plan]. CO3: Apply and analyze fluid mechanics theories
CO2: Describe the procedure to perform such as Bernoulli’s Theorem , Continuity
horizontal and vertical control based on Equation, Darcy-Weisbach Equation and
related provision i.e theodolite and Reynold’s Number in Fluid Mechanics
traversing and leveling [angle, horizontal system.
distance and vertical distance CO4: Analyze the pipeline systems as related to
measurement and cogo computation. civil engineering and its application for water
CO3: Understand the range of calculations that distribution.
can be made with surveying data i.e An
ability to make a necessary calculation to BAA2113 Theory of Structures
fix position of forming a horizontal and Credit Hour : 3
vertical curve, area and volume of Prerequisite : None
construction work project.
Synopsis
BAA1131 Engineering Surveying Camp
Credit Hour : 1 In this course students will be introduced to the
Prerequisite : BAA1912 Engineering analysis of statically determinate and
Surveying Fieldwork indeterminate structures. The course covers the
fundamental concepts of determining the structural
Synopsis stability and determinacy, analysis of statically
determinate beams and frames, trusses and
This engineering surveying camp arches. Also to determine the deflection of beam
encompasses; carry out horizontal and vertical and truss, and the analysis of indeterminate
control survey, detailing survey to locate of beams and frames.
man-made and natural features, preparation of
site plan, related computation and setting-out CO1: Analyze the deflection and slope of
simple construction work. determinate beams
CO2: Analyze an indeterminate beams and frames
Course Outcomes to obtain the end moments
CO3: Analyze internal forces and compute
CO1: Organize a small survey work for project. deflection of determinate plane trusses
CO4: Analyze 3-pinned arch to obtain the internal
forces

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BAA2921 Engineering Laboratory II BAA2513 Soil Mechanics & Geology


Credit Hour : 1 Credit Hor : 3
Prerequisite : None Prerequisite : BAA1113 Engineering
Mechanics
Synopsis
Synopsis
This course covers structure laboratory
testing. The experiments are Soil Mechanics provides students with a
complimentary to the theory that students basic knowledge of the fundamental
have learned in the classroom and also to concepts of soil behaviour and gives an
expose them to the practice work at the introduction into general geotechnical
construction industry. engineering. The course describes: the
relationship between soils and its geological
Course Outcomes origins and demonstrates the significance of
the particles size distribution and
CO1: Able to apply and conduct laboratory mineralogy; soil description; phase
tests and use significant and limitations relationships; classification of soil;
of properties based on related compaction of soil; soil permeability and
standard requirement. principle of effective stress; stress
CO2: Collect, analyze and interpret distribution and shear strength of soil.
experimental data.
CO3: Interact professionally among Course Outcomes
themselves and able to use
communication skills to transfer their CO1: Recognize the problems given and draft the
findings in a formal report format. solutions by applying the soil and
geotechnical fundamental.
CO2: Prepare appropriate
BAA2941 Engineering Laboratory III table/graph/chart/diagram in order to
Credit Hour : 1 overcome the problems/issues in soil.
Prerequisite : BAA2713 CO3: Analyze the data, generate solutions and
evaluate the results obtained.
Synopsis
BAA2723 Hydraulics
This ENGINEERING LAB III covers the Credit Hour : 3
laboratory testing for subjects Fluid Prerequisite : BAA2713 Fluids Mechanics
Mechanics, Hydraulics, Hydrology &
Environmental Engineering. These all Synopsis
experiments are complimentary to the basic
theory that students have learned in the This course introduces the concept and use of
classroom and also to expose them to the equations for open drainage and flow analyses
practical work at the real world application in (uniform & non-uniform flow) in open channel. It also
civil engineering field. covers the various phenomena such as hydraulic
jump and backwater, specific energy and specific
Course Outcomes force concept application, analyses of hydraulics
machinery principles and dimensional analysis &
CO1: Able to apply and conduct laboratory hydraulic similarity concepts. The application
tests and use significant and limitations software package (such as: HEC-RAS) will be
of properties based on related introduced in this course.
standard requirement.
CO2: Collect, analyze and interpret Course Outcomes
experimental data.
CO3: Interact professionally among CO1: Describe the hydraulic principles and apply
themselves and able to use the fundamental concept in analyzing uniform
communication skills to transfer their and non-uniform flow in open channels.
findings in a formal report format. CO2: Differentiate and analyze the Rapidly Varied
Flow (RVF) & Gradually Varied Flow (GVF)
phenomena, then design the open channel

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for steady & unsteady flow cases using HEC- displacement of indeterminate plane
RAS Hydraulics Software. trusses by using the Virtual Work
CO3: Establish the dimensional analysis Method
formulation and apply hydraulic similarity CO3: An ability to analyze the arches and
concepts in scaling analysis. cables to determine the reactions and
CO4: Discuss hydraulics machinery principles and internal forces in arches and cables
apply the fundamental concepts in analyzing CO4: An ability to apply the Stiffness Matrix
the performance of hydraulic pump. Method to determine the displacement
in trusses, beams and Frames, hence
BAA2012 Computer Programming to understand the principle of finate
Credit Hour : 2 elements analysis
Prerequisite : None
BAA3012 Law of Contract & Estimation
Synopsis Credit Hour : 2
Prerequisite : None
The topics learned in this course are
variables and data types, input/output Synopsis
instruction, assignment instruction, decision
instruction, repetition instruction, functions, The course covers topics of tendering, contract,
arrays, string and reading/writing from text condition of contract, contract
files. The outcome of the course is administration/management, contract
described below. procurement, estimation, taking-off and the
importance of information technology in estimation
Course Outcomes work.

CO1: Ability to write computer programs to Course Outcomes


solve computational problems.
CO2: Ability to map/visualize problems into CO1: Describe and analyze the type of construction
computational framework. contracts and tender documents.
CO3: Ability to read, analyze and CO2: Differentiate types of contracts and propose
understand computer program codes. the right type of contract to suit the nature of
construction.
BAA2123 Structural Analysis CO3: Describe and analyze the type of project
Credit Hour : 3 delivery in construction.
Prerequisite : BAA2113 Theory of CO4: Describe and apply the method of estimation
Structures to estimate the cost of construction projects.
CO5: Analyze and interpret the constructions data
Synopsis to estimate the cost involved in construction
projects.
Structure Analysis is the continuity studies of
the Theory of Structures course that exposes BAA3921 Engineering Laboratory IV
the advanced analysis in the civil engineering Credit Hour : 1
structures and laboratory works. The course Prerequisite : BAA2513 Soil Mechanics &
focuses on analyzing the column, statically Geology, BAA2413 Highway & Traffic
indeterminate trusses, arches and cables and Engineering
determines the displacement by using the
Stiffness Matrix method for trusses, beams Synopsis
and frames. The principles and methods
used to meet the objectives are drawn from This ENGINEERING LAB IV covers Highway &
prerequisite courses in mechanics, physics Traffic and Soil Mechanics & Geotechnical
and mathematics. laboratory testing. The experiments are
complimentary to the theory that students have
Course Outcomes learned in the classroom and also to expose them
to the practice work at the construction industry.
CO1: Determine and construct influence
lines for determinate beams. Course Outcomes
CO2: An ability to analyze the trusses to
determine the internal forces and CO1: Able to apply and conduct laboratory tests

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and use significant and limitations of BAA3713 Hydrology & Water Resources
properties based on related standard Credit Hour : 3
requirement. Prerequiste : BAA2713 Fluids Mechanics
CO2: Collect, analyze and interpret experimental
data. Synopsis
CO3: Interact professionally among themselves
and able to use communication skills to This course will be introduced the application
transfer their findings in a formal report of hydrological theory to solve problem in
format. water resources engineering. The knowledge
in hydrology will be used in planning,
BAA2213 Reinforced Concrete Design I development, management and design of
Credit Hour : 3 water resources project. This course also
Prerequisite : BAA2113 Theory of introduces the knowledge of reservoir
Structures management, engineering economy and
determination of water demand requirement
Synopsis in water resources planning.

This course covers the introduction of Course Outcomes


reinforced concrete design, the limit state
principles, ultimate strength analysis and CO1: Define and explain the basic concept
flexural design. Shear, bond and torsion, of hydrology processes.
analysis and design of beams and solid CO2: Analyze and solve rainfall, stream
slab, staircases and introduction to axial flow, flow routing, runoff, hydrograph,
column design. Using codes require for groundwater, evapotranspiration and
design and detailing. Group design project infiltration problems using various
for double storey house. methods.
CO3: Estimate peak discharge and propose
Course Outcomes urban drainage dimensions
using MASMA (Urban Stormwater
CO1: Analyse first principle for single and Management Manual for Malaysia)
double reinforced concrete beam and and Probability Distribution.
design reinforced concrete beam in CO4: Describe the physical characteristics of
accordance to the relevant codes of reservoir and propose the yield, capacity &
practice in building design. reliability of reservoir.
CO2: Analyse, design and detail reinforced CO5: Explain and analyze the elements in water
concrete slab in accordance to the resources planning such as the economic and
relevant codes of practice in building financial feasibility of engineering projects and
design. computation of water requirement for
CO3: Analyse, design and detail reinforced irrigation.
concrete staircase in accordance to
the relevant codes of practice in BAA2413 Highway & Traffic Engineering
building design. Credit Hour : 3
CO4: Analyse, design and detail reinforced Prerequisite : None
concrete non-slender column in
accordance to the relevant codes of Synopsis
practice in building design. 5. Design
project of a double storey house in This course is designed to introduce students on the
group as project team work and apply basic understanding of highway & traffic engineering
relevant code of practice, manuals with an emphasis on the design standards that
and software in the design and being used in Malaysia. Topic covers are Malaysian
detailing of structural components in Road Network, Traffic Engineering Studies which
reinforced concrete structures. includes fundamentals principles of traffic flow and
Highway Capacity Analysis, Traffic Signal System,
Road Geometric Design, Pavement Design and
Pavement Management System.

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Course Outcomes
Course Outcomes
CO1: Classifying various types of road and
highways within road network system, CO1: Design and illustrate air flow system to
recognize how different road user groups the building by applying physical
interact and the consequence for traffic fundamentals of ventilation in building.
engineering. CO2: Apply Application of Electrical
CO2: Explaining speed, volume and density Distribution Network System and
relationship, analyzing highway capacity and Design a lighting and electrical
LOS for interrupted and uninterrupted flow. application in a building system and
CO3: Carry out fundamentals of Road Geometric Housing Development Area.
Design allowing for different terrains, CO3: Apply appropriate techniques and
horizontal and vertical alignments. analyses to the effective design of both
CO4: Identify the properties of pavement drainage & sewerage systems in single
materials, its structural and characteristics, building and Housing Development
design the pavement according to the Area.
principle, evaluate pavement deterioration CO4: Able to Calculate and design the water
and assess alternative maintenance demand and pipe sizing systems for
schemes for highways including surface and the water supply Housing
sub-surface drainage system. Development Area.
CO5: Able to recognise and Design Fire
BAA3213 Reinforced Concrete Design II Prevention & Fire Fighting System in
Credit Hour : 3 Building
Prerequisite : BAA2213 Reinforced
Concrete Design I BAA3513 Geotechnical Engineering
Credit Hour : 3
Synopsis Prerequisite : BAA2513 Soil Mechanics &
Geology
This course covers the design of column,
foundation, retaining wall and introduction to Synopsis
prestressed concrete design and also typical
design of a reinforced concrete building Geotechnical Engineering provides students
under the design project. with further discussion and explanation
related to soil engineering. The course
Course Outcomes describes: Soil compression, consolidation
and settlement, Lateral pressure of soil,
CO1: Analyse structure framing and design Slope stability, Bearing capacity of soil, Site
reinforced concrete columns. Investigation and environment geotechnics.
CO2: Analyse and design shallow
foundations. Course Outcomes
CO3: Analyse and design reinforced
concrete cantilever retaining walls. CO1: Describe the principal tests used to
CO4: Describe the application and design of determine the compressibility parameters of
prestressed beams. soil and calculate consolidation, time for
CO5: Design a four storey building project. settlements of a foundation and
embankment.
BAA3312 Building Services & CO2: Describe theory of earth pressure and apply
Maintenance the theory in calculation and design of earth
Credit Hour : 2 retaining wall structure.
Prerequisite : None CO3: Describe theory and calculate slope stability
using slip surfaces and method of slices.
Synopsis CO4: Describe theory and calculate the shear
strength of soil
This course will provide the fundamental CO5: Describe the purpose and basic principle of
knowledge of engineering design of the soil investigation
building services and maintenance in building CO6: Describe the purpose and basic principle of
through a specific design project environmental geotechnics in civil
engineering

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CO4: Able to evaluate the sources of solid


waste, air, noise and water pollution as
BAA3023 Project Management in Construction well as the measures that may be taken
Credit Hour : 3 to sustainably deal with them.
Prerequisite : None
BAA4976 Industrial Training
Synopsis Credit Hour : 6
Prerequisite : BAA3023 Project Management
To introduce the concept of project management in Construction, BAA3012 Law of Construct
which will cover the life cycle of the projects, roles of & Estimation, BAA3513 Geotechnical
project manager, type of project organization, Engineering, BAA2723 Hydraulics, BAA2213
resource management, techniques of planning and Reinforced Concrete Design I
scheduling, monitoring and controlling and types of
software for project planning and scheduling that Synopsis
have been practiced in construction industry.
This course involves placement of students in
Course Outcomes relevant industry for approximate 10 weeks
duration to get real-world working experience.
CO1: Explain the concept of project management Every student will be assigned an
and project life-cycle. advisor/lecturer from the faculty who will co-
CO2: Describe and explain role of project manager operate with the industrial counterpart. At the
as an important person in construction end of the industrial training, students need to
project. submit report. In addition, the respective
CO3: Describe and explain role of project manager industrial counterpart need to evaluate and
as an important person in construction provide comments on the students
project. performances. CIDB structured module will be
CO4: Differentiate and apply methods and used as a part of evaluation.
techniques of resource management.
CO5: Examine and apply the appropriate Course Outcomes
techniques of project planning,
scheduling, monitoring and controlling. CO1: Behave according to organisations
regulation and procedures while
BAA3613 Environmental Engineering performing to basic professional skill
Credit Hour : 3 during the available duration.
Prerequisite : None CO2: Practice and contribute taught theories to
solve real time problem through
Synopsis involvement in various scopes of works
such as planning concept, design,
This course is an introduction to the different construction & project administration.
aspects of environmental engineering. The CO3: Adjust to professional and quality work
course outline is divided into six main topics: ethics in order to become an effective,
Water Quality, Water Treatment Engineering, motivated and responsible engineer.
Wastewater Treatment Engineering, Water CO4: Communicate effectively on complex civil
Pollution, Air Pollution, Noise Pollution and engineering activities such as being able
Solid Waste Management in which to comprehend and write effective reports
contemporary issues and principles of and design documentation and make
sustainable development are highlighted. effective presentations.

Course Outcomes

CO1: Able to classify water samples by


analyzing relevant water quality
parameters
CO2: Able to establish each phase of the
potable water treatment process in detail
CO3: Able to design a simple wastewater
treatment system

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BAA4023 Project for Professional Practices CO2: Designing Shallow Foundation Based on
Credit Hour : 3 Settlement Analysis
Prerequisite : BAA2113 Theory of Structures, CO3: Mat Foundation
BAA3213 Reinforced Concrete Design II CO4: Designing Pile Foundation
CO5: Designing Sheet Pile
Synopsis CO6: Designing Braced Cuts

This course is a Capstone Design Project that BAA3922 Research Methodology & Pre-
offering experience in multidisciplinary project-based Project
learning. This course is design to ensure minimum Credit Hour : 2
proficiency and equipment of the upcoming Prerequisite :
graduate. This course is conducted with numbers of 1. Student Year 3 and above
partners from industry which is involve the engineer, 2. Subject related to the research area must
architect, surveyor, town planner, contractor, etc in be ‘TAKEN’ before register ins this subject.
the direction of giving real exposure to the student.
This course provides an apportunity for students to Synopsis
integrate and apply their knowledge learn in the
class. This course comprises a comprehensive Students are required to attend a research
group design project and a series of seminars from workshop at the beginning of the course,
expert. where they will be taught on how to do
research; research methodology, conducting
Course Outcomes literature review, data sampling, collection,
analysis, and interpretation. Students will be
CO1: Able to develop and propose planning layout guided by their respective supervisors on how
for new development area that fulfilling all the to plan for the research, which will be
necessary requirement from local authorities. conducted later in PSM 2 course. Students
CO2: Able to design, construct and scheduling will have to carry out weekly discussion
proper planning for the new project with their supervisors on the research topic,
development objective, scope, research program, and the
CO3: Able to design and produce structural detailing extent of the development of the research
CO4: Able to estimate the costing for the project proposal. A report and a presentation of the
CO5: Able to generate proposal for project research proposal are required at the end of the
development course.
CO6: Able to justify all the proposal in final
presentation Course Outcomes

BAA4513 Foundation Engineering CO1: Select topic, identify the objectives,


Credit Hour : 3 categorize the scope of works and
Prerequisite : BAA3513 Geotechnical prepare schedule for the implementation
Engineering of a civil engineering related projects
CO2: Choose, review, discuss and interpret
Synopsis issues and problems related to particular
project by conducting adequate literature
Focuses on geotechnical design of shallow and review.
deep foundations, including spread footings, CO3: Choose, propose, employ, and develop or
mats, driven piles, and drilled piers. Coverage formulate the appropriate methodology to
includes bearing capacity, settlement, group carry out the experiment and or data
effects, and lateral load capacity of the various collection as to achieve the objectives of an
foundation types. Additional topics include engineering project.
subsurface exploration, construction of deep CO4: Demonstrate, describe, discuss, illustrate,
foundations, and analysis of pile behavior using argue and predict about the selected topic,
wave equation and dynamic monitoring methods. objectives, project approach, schedule,
budget and expected outcomes for an
Course Outcomes engineering project in an oral presentation.
CO5: Solve and meet all deadlines and project
CO1: Designing Shallow Foundation based on commitments.
Bearing Capacity Analysis

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BAA4222 Engineers in Society Course Outcomes


Credit Hour : 2
Prerequisite : None CO1: Realize the importance and role of
economic decision in final decision
Synopsis making process of engineering project.
CO2: Identify the sources of data, and
Qualified engineers of tomorrow will need to be analyze the cost and benefit (financial
market conscious, commercially adept, matter) of engineering project.
enviromentally sensitive and responsive to needs of CO3: Analyze the time value of money
society. They must also be good communicators, problem and apply the principles and
organizers amd managers. Therefore, this course is techniques of engineering economics
designed to enrich the students and intended to for effective decision making among
introduce them to the professional practice of civil alternatives.
engineering, with emphasis on the roles of
practicing engineers, professional practice BAA3223 Steel & Timber Design
organization, engineering ethics, professional Credit Hour : 3
registration and communication skills. Prerequisite : BAA2123 Structural
Analysis
This course will cover three scopes which is
technology in society, organization of engineering Synopsis
society and communication. The course features
several guest speakers and all are civil engineering This course covers the analysis and design
parcticioners and professional, providing the steel structures toEC3 for beams, column,
students an opportunity to interact with connections, trusses, compression members
professionals in their major field of interest. and tension members. This course is also
covered an introduction to Timber design to
Course Outcomes MS544.

CO1: Adopt and show concern to professional, Course Outcomes


regulation and ethical responsibilities.
CO2: Ability to function as an individual, member or CO1: Analyse & design beam according to
leader in diverse teams and multi-disciplinary the relevant codes of practice in
settings building design.
CO3: Ability to communicate effectively and write CO2: Analyse & design column according
effective reports and make effective to the relevant codes of practice in
presentation building design.
CO4: Adopt and show concern the CO3: Analyse & design steel trusses in
relationship between technology, according to the relevant codes of
engineering, and safety issues practice in building design.
CO5: Ability to apply the aspects of project CO4: Analyse & design steel connection in
management and quality in according to the relevant codes of
engineering practice in building design.
CO5: Analyse and design a typical timber
BAA3322 Engineering Economics structure
Credit Hour : 2 CO6: Communicate effectively within a team
Prerequisite : None designing a multi-storey steel building
project using appropriate design
Synopsis software and modern tools to
produces a report andpresent the
This subject covers the principles and project according to a given time.
applications of economic analysis in the field
of engineering to make sound decision
among alternatives.

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BAA4413 Transportation Engineering


Credit Hour : 3 BAA4253 Bridge Engineering
Prerequisite : None Credit Hour : 3
Prerequisite : BAA2213 Reinforced Concrete
Synopsis Design I

This course is designed to introduce students to Synopsis


fundamental aspects in transportation engineering.
The topics covered include four step travel demand This course covers on prestressed concrete
models, traffic management and public transport. bridge design, prestressing system, loss of
prestress for bridge beams, analysis and design
Course Outcomes of section for flexural, shear and also principles
and design of prestressed concrete members
CO1: Evaluate transport related problems using for prestressed concrete bridge. The course
theoretical and/or practical calculations and also covers prestressed concrete one-way slab
observations. and two-ways slab design for prestressed
CO2: Assess the performance of infrastructure or concrete bridge.
public service provision and recommend
improvement Course Outcomes

CO1: Able to design prestressed concrete


BAA4233 Finite Element beam with prestressing tendon for
Credit Hour : 3 bridges
Prerequisite : BAA2123 Structural Analysis CO2: Able to design deck slabs and calculate
Equivalency : BAA4**3 BAA4*23 BAA42*3 prestressed losses, deflection, camber
for concrete bridges
Synopsis CO3: Able to design piers and shear
reinforcement for concrete bridges
This course will expose to students various CO4: Able to design anchorages, pile caps and
techniques in analyzing common structures using foundations for bridges
stiffness methods, truss equations and beam CO5: Able to conduct overall design for
equations. Students are taught how to analyze serviceability limit state and ultimate limit
frame structures using frame and grid equations. In state and use CIVILFEM softwares for
addition, finite element analysis procedures such as bridges design
plane stress, plane strain stiffness equations and
linear-strain triangle equations will be delivered in BAA4313 Geographical Information System
class. Axisymmetric elements and isoparametric Credit Hour: 3
formulations are second last topic for this course. Prerequisite : None
Towards the end, students will learn various ways in
analyzing three-dimensional stress and use finite Synopsis
elements software - ANSYS to solve structural
engineering problems. The goal of this course is to give knowledge
and understanding about applicatgon of
Course Outcomes GIS in Civil Engineering. The main content
of this course is about an application of GIS
CO1: Able to analyze common structures using in Civil Engineering. Amongst the main
stiffness methods, truss equations and beam topics discussed are:
equations.
CO2: Able to analyze frame structures using frame 1. Fundamental and development of GIS
and grid equations in civil engineering
CO3: Able to analyze finite element using plane 2. Data processing such as data capture,
stress, plane strain stiffness equations and data management, spatial analysis,
linearstrain triangle equations data manipulation and data output.
CO4: Able to analyze axisymmetric elements and 3. Current application of GIS (focus in
isoparametric formulations Malaysia)
CO5: Able to analyze three-dimensional stress and
use finite elements software - ANSYS to solve
structural engineering problems

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Course Outcomes

CO1: Student will be able to identify and BAA4253 Soil Improvement


describe the main component of GIS Credit Hour : 3
and advantages of GIS in civil Prerequisite : BAA2513 Soil Mechanics &
engineering. Geology, BAA3513 Geotechnical
CO2: Student will be able to explore about Engineering
the data capture, processing and
organization spatial data. Synopsis
CO3: Student will be able to analyze and
solve the spatial problem. This course deals with the principles of
CO4: Student will be able to use GIS software. ground improvement and soil stabilization.
Among the topics covered are mechanical
compaction, preloading and vertical drain,
BAA4323 Building Information Modelling dynamic deep compaction, vibro compaction
Credit Hour : 3 and replacement, grounting, deep soil mixing,
Equivalency : BAA4**3 BAA4*23 BAA42*3 earth reinforcement, tiebacks, soil nailing and
sustainability in ground improvement.
Synopsis
Course Outcomes
This course focuses on theoretical and technical
knowledge of Building Information Modelling (BIM). CO1: Apply and analyse the principles,
The theoretical aspect emphasises on the application and design procedure for
fundamental concept of BIM. It covers the three various soil improvement methods.
crucial elements of People, Process and CO2: Calculate and analyse
Technology. In the process element, the student will theoretical/numerical calculation and
learn about the different stages of BIM delivery. field observation of engineering
Additionally, BIM standards and BIM manual of work performance to evaluate rationality of
process are also be included to provide a better a particular soil/ground improvement
understanding. In the people elements, the focus of procedure applied.
teaching concentrates on different responsibilities of CO3: Evaluate alternative solutions and
BIM associated roles. It covers the function of each evaluate their effectiveness in solving
role to deliver the BIM scope of work effectively. problems.
Lastly, the technology elements focus specifically on
the technical aspect of BIM. It will covers four BAA4723 Applied Hydraulics Engineering
interconnected activities of delivery to use 3D Credit Hour : 3
Parametric Authoring Tools. (INPUT, SETUP, Prerequisite : BAA2723 Hydraulics
MODELLING, OUTPUT) . At the end of the class, Equivalency : BAA4**3 BAA4*23 BAA42*3
the students should be able to produce 3D
Information rich BIM models. Synopsis

Course Outcomes This course is to provide students with the


advanced principles in applied methods
CO1: Analyze complex engineering structures towards hydraulic problems. It covers
using truss, beam, plane stress and plane application and analysis of urban stormwater
strain equations for static and dynamic facilities, sedimentation processes and
structural analysis, heat transfer, fluid flow erosion problems which will equips the
and electrostatic analysis students with the skills on techniques of
CO2: Apply finite element techniques to perform hydraulics analysis. Few examples and case
simulations of structures subjected to static studies from the MSMA 2nd Edition will be
and dynamic loading, heat transfer, and fluid introduced as a guideline to assist and
flow through porous media expose student in real world applications.
CO3: Analyze complex engineering structures
using Finite Element Software
CO4: Develop finite element formulations as well
as solution algorithms for various types of
analyses, structural elements and materials

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Course Outcomes CO5: Analyses overall project planning and cash


flow analysis for construction project.
CO1: Define and analyze the hydraulics
concept of uniform and non uniform BAE4443 Waste Management
flow in open channels and the Credit Hour : 3
hydraulics machinery principles Prerequisite : None
Equivalency : BAA4**3 BAA4*23 BAA42*3
CO2: Apply and design the roof property
drainage, rainwater harversting system Synopsis
and on-site detention facilities
CO3: Classify and determine the pavement Waste management is the module focuses on waste
drainage and the drain and swales for management such as solid waste management. In
urban stormwater management this module student will be exposed on the
CO4: Identify and analyze the sedimentation regulation, processes and design for safe waste
& erosion process and recommend the management begin from generation, storage, and
suitable erosion & sediment control transportation until disposal of solid waste. In this
plan (ESCP). subject, the students will be introduced to the
CO5: Define and calculate scour at piers sustainability technique of waste management such
and abutments. as the application of Life Cycle Assessment (LCA). It
CO6: Classify and discover the is important for student to learn and understand this
characteristics and application of subject in order to develop clean and safe
hydraulics structures in various water environment for human and health.
related project
Course Outcomes
BAA4833 Business for Engineering and
Construction CO1: Apply the engineering fundamental for solving
Credit Hour : 3 practical waste management challenges
Prerequisite : None CO2: Demonstrate their ability to research existing
and emerging technologies for the treatment
Synopsis of waste and recovery of value from waste.
CO3: Apply the role of decision making tools in the
The module provides an introduction to assessment of waste issues such as Life
Business Skills for Engineers in Construction Cycle Assessment (LCA) and appreciate the
practice. It highlights how management theory role of recycling.
and established practice. It highlights how CO4: Summarize the increasing importance of
management theory and established practice waste management in achieving
and procedures are applied to support the non environmental sustainability and able to
core buiness of an organisation. It also demonstrate waste minimization and
develops an understanding of the requirement monitoring system in solid or hazardous waste
of a contractor in relation to the management of for environmental concern and public health.
services which support an organisation.
BAE4483 Advanced Water and
Course Outcomes Wastewater Treatment
Credit Hour : 3
CO1: Apply business philosophy in construction Prerequisite : BAA3613 Environmental
sector relate to construction economy, market Engineering
system and basic concept of economy in the Equivalency : BAA4**3 BAA4*23 BAA42*3
market system.
CO2: Explain the related legal system in the country Synopsis
and their potential contribution to construction
environment. This course aims to extend and deepen the
CO3: To evaluate the project management life cycle, scope of the water and wastewater treatment
construction accounting and financial engineering. The purpose of this course is to
management used this in making decision provide and educate students the theory and
and sets out to explain this key aspect of practices of advanced technologies for water
business. and wastewater treatment. The syllabus is
CO4: To evaluate the potential enhancements to designed to include the topics on water
systems and techniques treatment engineering (water characteristics,

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water quality, conventional water treatment Course Outcomes


process, advanced water treatment
technologies and water reuse) and CO1: Apply and analyse the rainfall runoff
wastewater treatment engineering relationship and flow routing using multiple
(wastewater characteristics, effluent quality components and methods
standard, conventional wastewater treatment CO2: Analyse and evaluate the various approaches
process, advanced wastewater treatment in probability and frequency distribution in the
technologies and wastewater reuse. hydrological data analysis

Course Outcomes CO3: Analyse and design the stormwater quantity


control such as detention pond and infiltration
CO1: Apply the fundamental of engineering facilities using Urban Stormwater
to solve the engineering problems Management Manual for Malaysia Second
related to water and wastewater Edition (MSMA2) and software
process engineering. CO4: Evaluate and relate the characteristics and
CO2: Analyse the requirement and system applications of water resources management
design which address practical of in various water related projects.
advanced technology for the treatment
of water
CO3: Analyse advanced wastewater
treatment components and systems to
determine overall process and
individual unit effectiveness
CO4: Evaluate the increasing importance of
water and wastewater management in
achieving environmental sustainability

BAE4813 Advanced Hydrology & Water


Resources
Credit Hour : 3
Prerequisite : BAA3713 Hdrology & Water
Resources
Equivalency : BAA4**3 BAA4*23 BAA42*3

Synopsis

This course is to provide students with the


knowledge in advanced hydrological methods
towards water resources problems. It equips the
students with the skills on techniques of hydrological
and water resources data analysis, modeling and
prediction. This course begins with advanced
methods in runoff model, hydrograph analysis and
flood routing analysis. Other topics will be covered
are probability and frequency analysis, the
introduction of Urban Stormwater Management
Manual for Malaysia (MSMA) in stormwater quantity
control and water resources management including
water uses, policy and regulation, system and
economics analysis of water resources system. The
knowledge in this course will be used in planning,
development, management and design of water
resources project.

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CURRICULUM STRUCTURE FOR CO4 – Understand how the concept of


DIPLOMA IN CIVIL ENGINEERING sustainability applies to construction
(DAA) materials.

DAA 1032
ENGINEERING DRAWING
DAA 1113
CREDIT HOUR: 2 ENGINEERING MECHANICS

COURSE SYNOPSYS CREDIT HOUR: 3

This subject aims to expose civil engineering students to COURSE SYNOPSYS


engineering drawing and to prepare this knowledge in
their future profession. This includes the structural, The emphasis on the development and
section and structural detailing drawings. Hands-on correct application of the fundamental
sessions using drawing software packages will equip the concepts of rigid body mechanics. Topics
students with first hand practice on producing the covered for both statics & dynamics are
drawings for some idealized and actual projects. Mini force system resultants, condition of
project covers several disciplines of civil engineering equilibrium, centroid & moment of inertia;
profession integrated through a series of these hands-on force & acceleration and work & energy.
sessions.

COURSE OUTCOME
COURSE OUTCOME
At the end of semester, student should be
At the end of semester, student should be able to: able to:

CO1 - Describe the basic characteristics and features of


civil engineering drawing.
CO2 - Identifying drafting tools. CO1 – Analyze the concept of static
CO3 - Execute computer-aided software to produce mechanics system in two and three
engineering drawing dimensions problems and solve it by
CO4 - Interpret the civil engineering drawings to the applying the equilibrium condition.
actual construction. CO 2 – Determine the location of centroid
and moment of inertia for a body of arbitrary
shape.
CO3 – Analyze the kinematics of motion that
DAA 1312 involves force & acceleration and work &
CIVIL ENGINEERING MATERIALS energy principle.

CREDIT HOUR: 2 DAA 2931


ENGINEERING LABORATORY II
COURSE SYNOPSYS
CREDIT HOUR: 1
This course will enable students to demonstrate
understanding in the fundamental properties of COURSE SYNOPSYS
construction material. Students will learn the basic
properties of cement, aggregate, water, admixtures, This ENGINEERING LAB II covers material
manufacturing of concrete, masonry, timbers, metals, and structural testing. The experiments are
and other construction materials. At the end of the complimentary to the theory that students
course students should be able to identify the suitability have learned in the classroom and also to
of each material in a construction, analyse and provide expose them to the practice work at the
basic solution to the problematic material, and recognize construction industry.
the importance of sustainability practice in construction
material. COURSE OUTCOME

At the end of semester, student should be


COURSE OUTCOME able to:

At the end of semester, student should be able to: CO1 – Observe and detect the failure from
destructive and non-destructive testing
CO1 – Demonstrate undsertanding in the fundamental CO 2 – Conduct concrete mix design and
properties of construction materials. produce the output from the design.
CO2 – Identify suitability of one material in civil CO3 – Conduct tensile strength test and
construction. discuss the properties of steel from the test.
CO3 – Analyze and provide solutions to the problematic
material in civil construction. DAA 1212
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COMPUTER PROGRAMMING DAA 1723


FLUID MECHANICS
CREDIT HOUR: 2
CREDIT HOUR: 3
COURSE SYNOPSYS
COURSE SYNOPSYS
The subject focusess on development of programming
skills using computer programming language that is To introduce the fundamental principles of
suitable for the current computer operating system. fluids mechanics, the basic equations
governing fluid statics and fluid floow and
COURSE OUTCOME the methods of solving engineering
problems related to Fluid Mechanics
At the end of semester, student should be able to:
COURSE OUTCOME
CO1 – Describe basic computer programming and its
functionalities At the end of semester, student should be
CO 2 – Construct and adopt a pseudo code and flow able to:
chart for solving a computing problem
CO3 – Analyze a simple computing-based project CO1 – Define the fluid properties and the
CO4 – Design and develop computer program using fundamentals of Fluid Mechanics concept.
basic language programming CO 2 – Explain Fluid Mechanics system and
devices such as Manometer and
Peizometer.
DAA 1123 CO3 – Apply Fluid Mechanics theories such
MECHANICS OF MATERIALS as Bernuolli's Theorem and Continuity
Equation.
CREDIT HOUR: 3 CO4 – Demonstrate the pipeline system as
related to Civil Engineering
COURSE SYNOPSYS

The course covers the introduction and concepts of


material stress and strain in a variety of different loading
situation within a given material’s elastic limit. This DAA 1951
course also concerned with the calculation of forces
ENGINEERING LABORATORY I
acting on static objects and structures. Major concepts
include: material properties; loads, reactions, axial load:
CREDIT HOUR: 1
stress and deformation, including statically indeterminate
systems, axial force, shear force, bending moments,
COURSE SYNOPSYS
flexural and shear stresses in beams, beam deflections
and torsion: stress and deformation.
Engineering Lab I for diploma covers
laboratory experiments in the field of Water
and Environment. The laboratory
COURSE OUTCOME
experiments are complementary to the
theory that students have learnt in their
At the end of semester, student should be able to:
classrooms and will expose them to the
practical work in the working industry.
CO1 – Solve the state of stresses, strains and
deformation response of elastic solids in the external COURSE OUTCOME
loading and axially load assemblies.
CO 2 – Solve the mechanical behavior of materials At the end of semester, student should be
under load and provide insight for modeling the behavior
able to:
to theory.
CO3 – Analyze the shear-moment diagrams accordingly
CO1 – Collect, analyze, interpret and apply
calculate the bending and shear stress in determinate experiment data using significant and
beams.
limitations of properties based on related
CO4 – Analyze the principal stresses and angles in
standard requirement as well as use
plane cases using analytical method and Mohr’s circle.
communication skills to transfer their
CO5 - Analyze the stresses, deformation and twist of
findings in a formal report format.
angle of a torsional bar. CO 2 – Interact professionally among
themselves and able to conduct laboratory
tests.

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DAA 2313 DAA 2123


ENGINEERING SURVEYING THEORY OF STRUCTURES

CREDIT HOUR: 3 CREDIT HOUR: 3

COURSE SYNOPSYS COURSE SYNOPSYS

This subject will expose to the civil engineering students To introduce the concept of project
the role of survey engineering in their field. The subject management which will provide the students
topics encompasses introduction to the engineering with the knowledge of managing of
surveying, surveying equipment, measurement unit, construction project. As an introduction,
bearing/angle and distance measurement for horizontal students will be given general information on
control, coordinate system, area & volume calculation, basic elements involved in management and
mass transfer diagram & mass transfer measure and the phases in construction project. Then they
final setting out for construction work. will be given exposure to the methods to
properly plan and schedule the project plus
COURSE OUTCOME knowledge to do cost estimation of the
construction project.
At the end of semester, student should be able to:
COURSE OUTCOME
CO1 – Identify and describe the definition and the
principle of engineering survey including the engineering At the end of semester, student should be
surveying roles in civil engineering works [i.e: able to:
determination point location technique, coordinate
system, read and understand the information shown in CO1 – Determine the deflection and slope
site plan. for statically determinate beams
CO 2 – Describe the procedure to perform horizontal and CO 2 – Analyze the an indeterminate beams
vertical control based on related provision i.e theodolite and frames to obtain the end moments
and traversing and levelling [angle, horizontal distance CO3 – Analyze the internal forces and
and vertical distance measurement and cogo compute the deflection of determinate plane
computation. trusses
CO3 – Understand the range of calculations that can be CO4 – Construct the influence lines and
made with surveying data i.e An ability to make a determine the reaction, shear and moment
necessary calculation to fix position of forming a due to moving loads
horizontal and vertical curve, area and volume of CO5 - Analyze the three-hinges arch to
construction work project. obtain the internal forces

DAA 2513
DAA 2322 SOIL MECHANICS AND GEOLOGY
ENGINEERING SURVEYING FIELDWORK
CREDIT HOUR: 3
CREDIT HOUR: 2
COURSE SYNOPSYS
COURSE SYNOPSYS
This course provides an elementary
This fieldwork emphasizes on handling of survey introduction and the basic mechanics
equipments, carry out linear survey, traverse survey, necessary for Geotechnical Engineering.
leveling, establishing temporary bench mark, detail This course aims to provide the basic
survey, techniques of gathering the locating man-made understanding of the engineering geology,
and natural features, preparation of site plan, related the soil origin and formation, basic soil
computation, and setting-out simple construction work. engineering properties, the soil
classification, the compaction of the soil, the
COURSE OUTCOME effect of water in soil in term of permeability
and seepage and also the stresses in the
At the end of semester, student should be able to: soil mass.

CO1 – Organize a small survey work for project. COURSE OUTCOME


CO 2 – Practice the significant of survey work using
engineering survey techniques based on related At the end of semester, student should be
provision able to:
CO3 – Use various survey instruments at site.
CO4 – Write report effectively CO1 – Acknowledge and explain the
geological background and rock cycle.
CO 2 – Understand the fundamental of
weight-volume relationship in soil and able
to produce the compaction curve from soil
compaction.
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CO3 – Identify the soil classification , its consistency


properties and able to produce particle distribution curve. DAA 2951
CO4 – Identify the soil’s permeability, calculate the ENGINEERING LABORATORY III
amount of water flowing by producing the flow net
diagram. CREDIT HOUR: 1
CO5 - Acknowledge the principle of effective stress and
able to analyze the soil stresses in various cases. COURSE SYNOPSYS

DAA 2612 This ENGINEERING LAB III covers


ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING Highway and Geotechnical laboratory
testing. The experiments are complimentary
CREDIT HOUR: 2 to the theory that students have learned in
the classroom and also to expose them to
COURSE SYNOPSYS the practical work at the construction
industry.
Introduction to environmental engineering; physical,
chemical and biological processes; water and COURSE OUTCOME
wastewater treatment; air pollution; solid and hazardous
waste; sewage treatment and disposal and treatment At the end of semester, student should be
plant design able to:

COURSE OUTCOME CO1 – Conduct pavement material and soil


testing and analyze the data.
At the end of semester, student should be able to: CO 2 – Demonstrate flexible pavement
design based on JKR Standard.
CO1 – Identify and calculate the physical, chemical and CO3 – Produce soil related
biological water quality parameters graphs/curves/diagrams.
CO 2 – Illustrate water treatment processes
CO3 – Demonstrate wastewater treatment processes DAA 2023
CO4 – Analyze the environmental pollution such as solid PROJECT MANAGEMENT
waste, water and air pollution
CREDIT HOUR: 3

COURSE SYNOPSYS
DAA 2723
HYDRAULICS & HYDROLOGY To introduce the concept of project
management which will provide the students
CREDIT HOUR: 3 with the knowledge of managing of
construction project. As an introduction,
COURSE SYNOPSYS students will be given general information on
basic elements involved in management and
Hydraulics introduces the basic concepts of fluid flow in phases in construction project. Then they
open channel including uniform flow, non-uniform flow will be given exposure to the methods to
and hydraulic jump. Water distribution through pipeline properly plan and schedule the project plus
and hydraulic machinery, especially pumps are covered knowledge to do cost estimation of the
in this course. Whilst hydrology includes, the hydrological construction project.
cycle, precipitation, measurement and analysis of
rainfall, hydrological losses, runoff and hydrograph. COURSE OUTCOME

COURSE OUTCOME At the end of semester, student should be


able to:
At the end of semester, student should be able to:
CO1 – Understand the overall construction
CO1 – Define the type of channel flow and analyze the project management process and the
uniform flow, non-uniform flow in open channel. function of each party involved in
CO 2 – Apply Loop method for pipe network and Nodes construction.
method for branching pipes in pipelines water distribution CO 2 – Identify and explain types of project
also identify the types of pumps, their selection criteria organization practiced in construction
and performance evaluation. industry.
CO3 – Define and solve the basic concept of hydrology CO3 – Discover and uses the appropriate
processes and precipitation. techniques of project planning, scheduling,
CO4 – Apply and solve hydrological losses, runoff and monitoring and controlling.
hydrograph problems using various methods. CO4 – Apply the method of estimation to
estimate the cost of construction projects.
CO5 - Uses the appropriate software in
performing the project planning and
scheduling tasks.
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DAA 2213 CO 2 – Analyse & design column according


STRUCTURAL DESIGN I to the relevant codes of practice in building
design.
CREDIT HOUR: 3 CO3 – Analyse & design steel trusses in
according to the relevant codes of practice
COURSE SYNOPSYS in building design.
CO4 – Analyse & design steel connection in
This subject is intended to give students a good according to the relevant codes of practice
understanding of the design and behaviour of reinforced in building design.
concrete structures at the design ultimate limit state. We CO5 - Analyse and design a typical timber
will look at the design of building structures in some structure
detail with particular emphasis on the design of beams, CO6 - Communicate effectively within a
slabs, columns and pad footing. Emphasis is placed on team designing a project using modern
understanding structural behaviour and the background tools to produces a report according to a
to the design methods in EC2 and other codes where given time.
appropriate. By the end of this module student will have
a good understanding of the design and behaviour of DAA 2523
reinforced concrete beams, slabs, columns and pad GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEERING
footing.
CREDIT HOUR: 3
COURSE OUTCOME
COURSE SYNOPSYS
At the end of semester, student should be able to:
This subject provides further discussion and
CO1 – Explain the basic concepts of reinforced concrete explanation related to soil engineering. The
design and load involved in structural design. Analysis topics cover in the subjects includes the
first priciple for single and double reinforced concrete shear strength of soil, lateral earh pressure,
beam.Analyse and design reinforced concrete beam slope stability, site investigation, shallow
CO 2 – Analyse and design reinforced concrete slab by foundation, compressibility of soil and
using relevant codes of practice and carry out the environmental geotechnics. at the end of
concrete structures detail. this course, student should be able to have
CO3 – Analyse and design reinforced concrete column ample knowledge regarding the soil
by using relevant codes of practice and carry out the engineering and behaviour and also able to
concrete structures detail. practice the knowledge outside.
CO4 – Analyse and design reinforced shallow foundation
by using relevant codes of practice and carry out the COURSE OUTCOME
concrete structures detail
CO5 - Interpret the architect drawing to engineering At the end of semester, student should be
drawing thus construct structural drawing in designing a able to:
one-storey building project via manual calculation, and
then comparing with ESTEEM software tasks. CO1 – Define the Mohr Coulomb criterion
and describe the laboratory tests to obtain
the shear strength parameters and also
DAA 2222 explain the soil behaviour that relate to soil
STRUCTURAL DESIGN II shear strength.
CO 2 – Solve the lateral earth pressure
CREDIT HOUR: 2 based on various cases and method of
analysis and Compute the stability of the
COURSE SYNOPSYS slope in term of factor of safety using
various approach of analysis.
To introduce the concept of project management CO3 – Describe the important things in site
whereby this will provide the students with the investigation process that need to be
knowledge of managing of construction project. As an consider before a construction can take
introduction, students will be given general information place.
on basic elements involved in management and phases CO4 – Illustrate the types of shallow
in construction project. Then they will be given exposure foundation and its function, able to describe
to the methods to properly plan and schedule the project bearing capacity and also apply the soil
plus knowledge to do cost estimation of the construction bearing capacity under various conditions.
project. CO5 - Define the concept of soil
compressibility, describe the laboratory test
COURSE OUTCOME to obtain various consolidation parameters
and able to predict future settlement and
At the end of semester, student should be able to: Use the modern technology to manage the
landfill by using the geosynthetics materials.
CO1 – Analyse & design beam according to the relevant
codes of practice in building design. DAA 2413
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CREDIT HOUR: 3
CREDIT HOUR: 3
COURSE SYNOPSYS
COURSE SYNOPSYS
Students are required to write a report of all
To introduce the concept of project management which recorded activities in the log book in a
will provide the students with the knowledge of managing standard format, present it and submit a
of construction project. As an introduction, students will copy to the industrial training coordinator for
be given general information on basic elements involved evaluation.
in management and phases in construction project. Then
they will be given exposure to the methods to properly COURSE OUTCOME
plan and schedule the project plus knowledge to do cost
estimation of the construction project. At the end of semester, student should be
able to:
COURSE OUTCOME
CO1 – Use information and data collected in
At the end of semester, student should be able to: the logbook as prime source for writing a
technical report
CO1 – Categorized Malaysian road network system CO 2 – Arrange, asses and discuss the
according to road design standard and explain the results of the data while making reference to
fundamentals of traffic engineering elements such as the literature review or the prevailing
road, driver and vehicles characteristics standards and specifications
CO 2 – Analyze the fundamental traffic studies data of CO3 – Argue or support about the fulfillment
speed, volume and capacity and outline the intersection of the project objectives and recommend for
design principal based on local standard further works.
CO3 – Carry out specific highway geometric design CO4 – Demonstrate, describe, discuss,
attributes based on JKR standards illustrate , argue and predict about the
CO4 – Identify mix design properties and conduct flexible finding of the project in an oral presentation.
pavement designs based on JKR Standard CO5 - Assesmble the write-up about the
project in an acceptable and professional
format.

DAA 3909
INDUSTRIAL TRAINING

CREDIT HOUR: 9

COURSE SYNOPSYS

Students are exposed to the industrial practice as


associate to engineers through attachment at public and
private sectors. They need to be attached at the
workplace for six months or at least through the final
semester as set by the faculty. Achievement of every
student will be assessed by visiting supervisor (tutors
and lecturers) and host supervisor (the representative of
the industry where the student is attached).

COURSE OUTCOME

At the end of semester, student should be able to:

CO1 – Experience actual working environment at the


workplace
CO 2 – Practice relevant theory in carrying duties at the
workplace
CO3 – Use logbook as diary for technical personal
CO4 – Learn new skills at workplace
CO5 - Communicate and work as team member with all
level of work force.

DAA 3903
INDUSTRIAL TRAINING REPORT

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FACULTY OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

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FACULTY OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

INTRODUCTION

The Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Universiti Malaysia Pahang is situated in the Royal town of
Pekan in the State of Pahang. It is located on the waterfront facing the South China Sea, approximately
270km to the east of the capital city of Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur. The university was established more
than a decade ago and has since made significant contributions as a research and learning institution,
equipped with high-end facilities and driven by capable faculties. Apart from undergraduate programmes
in Mechanical Engineering, the faculty offers a postgraduate degrees in a wide range of research fields
including:

• Advanced Structural Integrity & Vibration


• Automotive engineering
• Computational Analysis
• Structural Materials & Degradation
• Energy Sustainability
• Human Engineering
• Manufacturing

The faculty has strong links with the automotive, manufacturing and oil & gas industries in the East Coast
Region. Most of our undergraduate students are trained and developed through various structured
soft-skill programmes and industrial schemes thus gaining vital professional and enhancing their
employment prospects.

The faculty embarks on research and development activities in the areas of automotive, structural integrity
& vibration, manufacturing, computer simulation, product design and development human engineering,
corrosion & fracture and material engineering to generate technologies relevant to the needs of the
industry. The faculty aims to be the centre for industries particularly in the East Coast region.

The latest updated information regarding our faculty is available at: http://fkm.ump.edu.my/

PROGRAMMES OFFERED

There are a total of two degree programmes and one diploma programme offered by the faculty for the
2016/2017 academic session :

• B.Eng (Hons.) Mechanical Engineering


• B.Eng (Hons.) Mechanical Engineering (Automotive)
• B.Eng (Hons.) Automotive Engineering (Collaboration Programme With Hska, Germany)
• Diploma of Mechanical Engineering

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PROGRAMS’EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES (PEO) & PROGRAM OUTCOME (PO)

Programme Educational Objectives (PEO)

After a series of strategic planning sessions, the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering has decided to adopt
the following Programme Educational Objectives for the Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering programme,
as stated below:

The Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering programme strives to produce graduates with the following two
attributes:

PE01: Graduates are competent, responsible and practise professionalism in the global context.
PE02: Graduates are knowledgeable and capable to apply the evolving technology in mechanical
engineering field.

Programme Outcome (PO)

Programme outcomes are specific statements of graduates’ knowledge, skills and attitudes that are
evident in the programme objectives achievements. Consistent with faculty’s Vision and Mission, the
following is the list of12 ProgrammeOutcomes for the Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering programme.
The Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering program ensures that its students attain:

PO1 Engineering Knowledge – Apply knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals


and a mechanical-automotive engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering
problems;
PO2 Problem Analysis – Identify, formulate, research literature and analyse complex mechanical-
automotive engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of
mathematics, natural sciences and engineering sciences;
PO3 Design/Development of Solutions – Design solutions for complex mechanical-automotive
engineering problems and design systems, components or processes that meet specified needs
with appropriate consideration for public health and safety, cultural, societal, and environmental
considerations;
PO4 Investigation – Conduct investigation into complex problems using research-based knowledge
and research methods including design of expiriments, analysis and interpretation of data, and
synthesis of information to provide valid conclusions;
PO5 Modern Tool Usage – Create, select and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern
engineering and IT tools, including prediction and modelling to complex mechanical-automotive
engineering activities, with an understanding of the implementations;
PO6 The Engineer & Society – Apply reasoning informed by contextual knowledge to assess societal,
health, safety, legal, and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to professional
engineering practice;
PO7 Enviroment & Sustainablity – Understand the impact of professional engineering solutions in
societal and environmental contexts and demonstrate knowledge of and need for sustainable
development;
PO8 Ethics – Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms
of engineering practice;
PO9 Communication – Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering
community and with society at large, such as being able to comprehead and write effective reports
and design documentation, make effective presentations and give and receive clear instructions;
PO10 Individual & Team Work – Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in
diverse teams and in multi-disciplinary settings;
PO11 Life Long Learning – Recognise the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in
independent and life-long learning in the broadcast context of technological change;

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PO12 Project Management & Finance – Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of engineering and
management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to
manage projects and multidisciplinary environments;

Although the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering has decided on the above twelve Programme Outcomes,
efforts are continuously made to expand the Programme Outcomes based on feedbacks from our working
graduates and consultations with stakeholders.

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

The Mechanical Engineering profession is needed in almost all working fields from industrial to agricultural
and medical sectors. Mechanical Engineers also assume the main role in providing technologies to serve
the community and ease their everyday life. Examples of such technologies are; satellites, space ships,
airplanes, ships, commercial vehicles, home utilities and healthcare products. Examples of industries and
sectors that require the expertise of Mechanical Engineers are:

• Automotive industry
• Manufacturing, control system, robotic and automation industry
• Marine industry
• Petrochemicals, gas and mineral industry
• Plantations and food products industry
• Biotechnology and biomedical industry
• Service, research and development (R&D) and engineering management firm
• Aerospace and satellites industry
• Medical sector, and
• Academic sector.

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CURRICULUM STRUCTURE
B.ENG (HONS.) MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

YEAR FIRST SECOND THIRD FOURTH

SEM FIRST SECOND FIRST SECOND FIRST SECOND FIRST SECOND

UHL2422 UHL2432
UHL2400 UHE3**2 BMM3531 Eng.
English for UHS1021 English for UHS2021 UHM2022
Fund. of English Elective Social Thermodyna-mics
Technical Soft Skills 1 Professional Soft Skills 2 Ethnic Relations
Language Science Lab
Comm. Comm.

UHL2412 BMM2683
UHR1012 BMM2673 BMM3553 BMM4021
English for Applied BMM3513 Heat UGE2002
Islamic and Asia Thermodyna- Mechanical Engineer and
Academic Thermodyna- Transfer Technopreneurship
Civilisation mics Vibrations Society
Comm. mics

BMM3532
BMM1312 BMM2521 Eng. BMM4924
BMM1553 BMM3613 Measurement & BMM4912
Computer Mechanics Lab Final Year Project
Dynamics Automatic Control Instrumen Final Year Project 1
Programming 2 2
-tation
UNDERGRADUATE PROSPECTUS 2016/2017

BMM1533 BMM2583 BMM3623


BMM1563 BMM3562 BMM4704 Integrated
Strength of Strength of Mechanical
Statics FEM Design Project
Materials 1 Materials 2 Design

BMM3023
BMM1523 BMM1511 BMM 2533 BMM2543 BMM3521 Eng.
Engineering BMM4**3
Engineering Eng. Mechanics Fluids Fluids Fluid Mechanics BMM4**3 Elective 1

COURSES
Management and Elective 3
Materials Lab 1 Mechanics 1 Mechanics 2 Lab

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Safety

BUM 2133
BUM2123 BUM2313 BUM2413 UHF21*1
Ordinary UHF11*1 Foreign BMM4**3 BMM4**3
Applied Numerical Applied Foreign Language
Differential Language Level 1 Elective 2 Elective 4
Culculus Methods Statistics Level 2
Equations

BMM 2433
BMM1811 BMM1821 BMM2613
Electrical & BMM3633 Industrial
Mechanical Mechanical Computer
Electronics Engineering
Laboratory 1 Laboratory 2 Aided Design
Technology

UQB1**1 BMM3643 BMM3611


UQB2**1
Co. Curriculum Manufacturing Manufacturing
Co. Curriculum 2
1 Processes Processes Lab

BMM3996 Industrial
Training

TOTAL CREDIT 15 16 16 15 16 22 15 13

TOTAL CREDIT
FOR 128
GRADUATION
UNDERGRADUATE PROSPECTUS 2016/2017

ELECTIVE COURSES FOR


B.ENG (HONS.) MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

CREDIT
NO. CODE COURSE
HOUR
1 BMM4693 Biomechanics 3

2 BMM4703 Hydraulics & Pneumatics 3

3 BMM4713 Stress Analysis 3

4 BMM4723 Mechanism Design 3

5 BMM4733 Power Plant Technology 3

6 BMM4753 Renewable Energy Resources 3

7 BMM4763 Fatigue Design and Analysis 3

8 BMM4773 Materials Characterization 3

9 BMM4783 Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) 3

10 BMM4793 Welding and Joining Technology 3

11 BMM4803 Corrosion Science and Engineering 3

12 BMM4813 Ergonomics 3

13 BMM4823 Production Planning Control 3

14 BMM4833 Quality Engineering 3

15 BMM4843 Plastics Injection Technology 3

16 BMM4853 Air Conditioning and Refrigeration 3

17 BMM4863 Design for Manufactured & Assembly 3

18 BMM4873 CAD/CAM 3

19 BMM4883 Metal Castings 3

20 BMM4893 Mechanics of Composite Materials 3

Total Minimum Credit of Elective Subjects for Graduation 12

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CURRICULUM STRUCTURE
B.ENG (HONS.) MECHANICAL ENGINEERING (AUTOMOTIVE)

YEAR FIRST SECOND THIRD FOURTH

SEM FIRST SECOND FIRST SECOND FIRST SECOND FIRST SECOND

UHL2400 UHL2422 BMA2523


UHS1021 UHE3**2 UHM2022 UHS2021 BMM4021 Engineer
Fund. of English English for Technical Internal Combustion
Soft Skills 1 Elective Social Science Ethnic Relations Soft Skills 2 and Society
Language Comm. Engine

BMM3532
UHL2412
UHR1012 Islamic and BMM2673 BMM2543 Fluids BMM3513 Heat Measurement & UGE2002 BMA4924
English for Academic
Asia Civilisation Thermodyna-mics Mechanics 2 Transfer Instrumen Technoprene-urship Final Year Project 2
Comm.
-tation
UNDERGRADUATE PROSPECTUS 2016/2017

BMM1811 BMM1821
BMM 2533 Fluids BMM2521 Eng. BMM3511 Eng. BMM3553 Mechanical BMA4912 BMA48*3
Mechanical Laboratory Mechanical Laboratory
Mechanics 1 Mechanics Lab 2 Thermo-fluids Lab Vibrations Final Year Project 1 Elective 2
1 2

BMM 2433
BMM1312 BMM2613 BMM3023 Engineering
Electrical & BMM3613 Automatic BMA4723 Vehicle BMA48*3
Computer BMM1553 Dynamics Computer Aided Management and
Electronics Control Dynamics Elective 3
Programming Design Safety
Technology

COURSES

142
BMM3562 BMA4763
BMM1563 BMM1543 Strength of BUM2313 BUM2413 Applied BMA3623 BMA4704 Integrated
Finite Element Method Vehicle Noise &
Statics Materials Numerical Methods Statistics Engine Design Design Project
(FEM) Vibration

BMA2312 UHL2432 UHF21*1


BMM1523 BMM1511 Eng. UHF11*1 Foreign BMA48*3
Intro. to Automotive English for Foreign Language
Engineering Materials Mechanics Lab 1 Language Level 1 Elective 1
Engineering Professional Comm. Level 2

BMM3643
BUM 2123 Applied BUM 2133 Ordinary BMM3633 Industrial
Manufacturing
Calculus Differential Equations Engineering
Processes

BMM3996 Industrial
UQB1**1 UQB2**1
Training
Co. Curriculum 1 Co. Curriculum 2

TOTAL
15 16 15 15 16 22 15 14
CREDIT

TOTAL
CREDIT FOR 128
GRADUATION
UNDERGRADUATE PROSPECTUS 2016/2017

ELECTIVE COURSES FOR


B.ENG (HONS.) MECHANICAL ENGINEERING (AUTOMOTIVE)

CREDIT
NO. CODE COURSE
HOUR
1 BMA4803 Automotive Advance Technology 3

2 BMA4813 Automotive Development Process 3

3 BMA4823 Energy Efficient Vehicle 3

4 BMA4833 Automotive Electric and Electronics 3

5 BMA4843 Alternative Fuel 3

6 BMA4853 Diesel Engine Technology 3

7 BMA4863 Motorsports Engineering 3

8 BMA4873 Heavy Duty Vehicles 3

Total Minimum Credit of Elective Subjects for Graduation 9

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CURRICULUM STRUCTURE
B.ENG (HONS.) AUTOMOTIVE ENGINEERING (COLLABORATION PROGRAMME WITH HSKA, GERMANY)

YEAR FIRST SECOND THIRD FOURTH FIFTH

SEM FIRST SECOND FIRST SECOND FIRST SECOND FIRST SECOND FIRST

BHA1413 BHA3413
BHA1113 BHA2613 BHA3402 BHA4022
Fundamentals BHA1133 Fundamentals BHA3912 UGE2002
Engineering Machine Vehicle Project
Electrical Dynamics Electrical Internship Technopreneurship
Materials Elements Electronics Management
Engineering 1 Engineering 2

BHA3602
BHA2123 BHA2313 BHA3323 BHA3931 BHA3223 BHA4902
BHA1103 BHA2513 Automotive
UNDERGRADUATE PROSPECTUS 2016/2017

Mechanics of Microcomputer Automatic Internship Internal Combustion Preparations for


Statics Thermodynamics Product
Materials Technology Control Follow-up Engine Bachelor Thesis
Development

BHA2612 BHA2342 BHA2403 BHA3313 BHA3523 BHA4704


BHA1602 BHA4904
Computer Aided Technical Manufacturing Signals and Mechnical Team Oriented Project
Technical Drawing Bachelor Thesis
Design (CAD) Informatics 1 Processes Systems Vibrations Study

BHA1811 BHA1821 BHA3922 BHA4224 BHA4931


BUM2413 BHA2533 BHA3622
Mechanical Mechanical Internship Automotive Final Examination

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Applied Statistics Fluid Mechanics Mechnical Design

COURSES
Laboratory Laboratory 2 Preparation Engineering (Viva)

BUM2133
BUM2123 BHA2021 BHA3921 BHA4532
Ordinary UHS1011 BHA3513
Applied Occupational Engineers and Computational Fluid
Differential Soft Skills 1 Heat Transfer
Calculus Safety & Health Society Dynamics
Equations
BHA4012
BHA3342 BHA3011
UHR1012 Islamic & UQB1011 UQB2091 UHS2011 Finite Element Method
Technical Quality
Asian Civilizations Co-Curriculum 1 Co-Curriculum 2 Soft Skills 2 2
Informatics 2 Management

UHG1002 UHG1012 UHG2002 UHG2012 BHA3012


BHA3302
Deutsche Deutsche Deutsche Deutsche Numerical
Sensors
Sprache 1 Sprache 2 Sprache 3 Sprache 4 Programming

BHA3102
UHM2022 Ethnics
Finite Element
Relations
Method 1

TOTAL
16 15 15 15 18 18 13 17 9
CREDIT

TOTAL
CREDIT FOR 136
GRADUATION
UNDERGRADUATE PROSPECTUS 2016/2017

Bachelor of Automotive Engineering Program (UMP-HsKA)


SEMESTER 1 SEMESTER 2 SEMESTER 3 SEMESTER 4 SEMESTER 5 SEMESTER 6 SEMESTER 7 SEMESTER 8 SEMESTER 9
BHA1413 BHA3413 BHA3402 UGE2002
Fundamentals Fundamentals Vehicle Technopreneurship
Electrical Electrical Electronics 4 ECTS
Engineering 1 Engineering 2 4 ECTS
6 ECTS 6 ECTS
MATRICULATION/STPM/A-LEVEL

BHA2313 BHA3223
BHA3323
Microcomputer Internal
BHA1113 BHA2123 Automatic
Technology Combustion
Engineering Mechanics of Control
6 ECTS Engine
Materials Materials BHA2613 6 ECTS
6 ECTS
6 ECTS 6 ECTS Machine
BHA3313
Elements
Signals and
6 ECTS
Systems

B. ENG. AUTOMOTIVE
BHA3523 BHA4704 BHA4022
BHA1103 BHA1133 6 ECTS Team Oriented Project
Mechanical
Statics Dynamics Project Study Management
Vibrations
6 ECTS 6 ECTS 6 ECTS 3 ECTS
BHA3602 BHA3622 6 ECTS
Automotive Mechanical
Product Design
BHA2612 Development 4 ECTS BHA3922 BHA3912 BHA4224 BHA4902
BHA1602
Computer 4 ECTS Internship Internship Automotive Preparation for
Technical Drawing
Aided Design Preparation 24 ECTS Engineering Bachelor Thesis
2 ECTS
3 ECTS 3 ECTS 6 ECTS 5 ECTS
BHA2403
Manufacturing
Processes
4 ECTS
BHA3513 BHA3931 BHA4532
BHA2513 Heat Transfer BHA4904
Internship Computational
Thermodynamics 6 ECTS Bachelor Thesis
Follow-up Fluid Dynamics
4 ECTS BHA3921 12 ECTS
3 ECTS 4 ECTS
BHA1811 BHA1821 BHA2533 Engineers and
Mechanical Mechanical Fluid Society BHA3011
Laboratory 1 Laboratory 2 Mechanics 4 ECTS Quality
3 ECTS 3 ECTS 2 ECTS BHA4931
Management
Final
BHA2342 BHA3342 2 ECTS
Examination
Technical Technical 3 ECTS
Informatics 1 Informatics 2
6 ECTS 2 ECTS BHA3302
BHA2021 Sensors
Occupational 4 ECTS
Safety & Health
4 ECTS
BUM2123 BUM2133 BUM2413 BHA3012
BHA3102 BHA4102
Applied Ord. Differential Applied Numerical
Finite Element Finite Element
Calculus Equations Statistics Programming
Method 1 Method 2
6 ECTS 6 ECTS 4 ECTS 2 ECTS
2 ECTS 4 ECTS

UHS1021 UHS2021
Soft Skills 1 Soft Skills 2 Common with BHM
2 ECTS 2 ECTS

UHR1012
HsKA Lecturers
UQB1011 UQB2091 UHM2022
Islamic & Asian Co-Curriculum 1 Co-Curriculum 2 Ethnics
Civilizations 2 ECTS 3 ECTS Relations Further 18 ECTS by
3 ECTS 4 ECTS HsKA lecturers with
UHG1002 UHG1012 UHG2002 UHG2012 Automotive Elective Modules
Deutsche Deutsche Deutsche Deutsche Version 5.0
Sprache 1 Sprache 2 Sprache 3 Sprache 4 Share UMP&HsKA Batch #4 (2015)
10 ECTS 10 ECTS 10 ECTS 10 ECTS

16 15 15 15 18 18 13 17 9 =136

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FACULTY OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING


B.ENG (HONS.) MECHANICAL ENGINEERING (AUTOMOTIVE)
SEMESTER 1 SEMESTER 2 SEMESTER 3 SEMESTER 4 SEMESTER 5 SEMESTER 6 SEM. 6/7 SEMESTER 7 SEMESTER 8

B.ENG. (Hons.) MECHANICAL ENGINEERING (AUTOMOTIVE)


UHL2400 UHL2422 UHE3**2
BMA2523 UHS2021
MATRICULATION/STPM/DIPLOMA/A-LEVEL

Fund. of UHM2022
English for UHS1021 Internal Elective
English Ethnic Soft Skills 2
Technical Soft Skills 1 Combustion Social
Language Relations
Comm. Engine Science
UGE2002 BMM4021
UHL2412 UHR1012 Technoprene Engineer and
English for BMM2673 BMM3513
Islamic and BMM3532 -urship Society
Academic Thermodyna- Heat
Asia Measurement
Comm. mics Transfer
Civilisation & Instrumen
-tation
BMM3511
BMM1811 BMM1821 BMM 2533 BMM2543 BMM3996 BMA4912 BMA4924
Eng.
Mechanical Mechanical Fluids Fluids Industrial Final Year Final Year
Thermo-
Laboratory 1 Laboratory 2 Mechanics 1 Mechanics 2 Training Project 1 Project 2
fluids Lab
BMM3553
Mechanical
BMM1312 Vibrations
BMM1553 BMM3613 BMA4723
Computer Vehicle BMA48*3
Dynamics Automatic
Programming BMM2521 Dynamics Elective 2
Control BMM3023
Eng. Engineering
Mechanics Management
Lab 2 and Safety BMA4704
BMM1543 BMA3623 BMA48*3
BMM1563 Integrated
Strength of Engine Elective 3
Statics Design
Materials Design
Project
BMM3562
FEM
BMM1511 BMM 2433 BMA4763
BMM1523 BMM2613
Eng. Electrical & UHF11*1 UHF21*1 BMA48*3 Vehicle
Engineering Computer
Mechanics Electronics Foreign Foreign Elective 1 Noise &
Materials Aided Design
Lab 1 Technology Language Language Vibration
Level 1 Level 2
BUM 2133
BUM 2123 BUM2313 BUM2413
Ordinary
Applied Numerical Applied BMM3643 BMM3633
Differential
Calculus Methods Statistics Manufacturing Industrial BMA courses
Equations
Processes Engineering
Capstone
UQB1**1 BMA2312 UHL2432
UQB2**1
Co. Intro. to English for Credit Taken
Co.
Curriculum 1 Automotive Professional (BMM1543, BMM2543,
Curriculum 2
Engineering Comm. BMM 2673, BMM3643)

15 16 15 15 16 16 6 15 14
Effective : 22 May 2014

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FACULTY OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING


B.ENG (HONS.) MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
SEMESTER 1 SEMESTER 2 SEMESTER 3 SEMESTER 4 SEMESTER 5 SEMESTER 6 SEM. 6/7 SEMESTER 7 SEMESTER 8
MATRICULATION/STPM/DIPLOMA/A-LEVEL

UHL2400 UHL2422 UHL2432 UHE3**2


Fund. of UHM2022
English for UHS1021 English for Elective UHS2021
English Ethnic
Technical Soft Skills 1 Professional Social Soft Skills 2
Language BMM3531 Relations
Comm. Comm. Science
Eng.
UHL2412 UHR1012 Thermodyna-
BMM2683

B.ENG. (Hons.) MECHANICAL ENGINEERING


BMM2673 BMM3513 mics Lab UGE2002 BMM4021
English for Islamic and Applied
Thermodyna- Heat Technoprene Engineer and
Academic Asia Thermodyna-
mics Transfer -urship Society
Comm. Civilisation mics
BMM3553
Mechanical
BMM1312 BMM3996 BMM4912 BMM4924
BMM1553 BMM3613 Vibrations
Computer Industrial Final Year Final Year
Dynamics Automatic Project 1 Project 2
Programming BMM2521 Training
Control BMM3532
Eng.
Measurement
Mechanics
& Instrumen
Lab 2
-tation
BMM1533 BMM2583 BMM3623 BMM4704
BMM1563
Strength of Strength of Mechanical Integrated
Statics
Materials 1 Materials 2 Design Design
BMM3562 Project
FEM
BMM1511 BMM3521
BMM1523 BMM 2533 BMM2543 BMM3023 BMM4**3 BMM4**3
Eng. Eng. Fluid
Engineering Fluids Fluids Engineering Elective 1 Elective 3
Mechanics Mechanics
Materials Mechanics 1 Mechanics 2 Management
Lab 1 Lab and Safety
BUM 2133 UHF11*1 UHF21*1
BUM 2123 BUM2413
Ordinary BUM2313 Foreign BMM4**3
Applied Foreign BMM4**3
Differential Numerical Applied
Calculus Language Language Elective 2 Elective 4
Equations Methods Statistics
Level 1 Level 2

BMM 2433
BMM1811 BMM1821 BMM2613 Electrical & BMM3633
Mechanical Mechanical Computer Electronics Industrial
Laboratory 1 Laboratory 2 Aided Design Technology Engineering
Capstone
UQB1**1 UQB2**1
Co. BMM3643 BMM3611 Credit Taken
Co.
Curriculum 1 Manufacturing Manufacturing (BMM2543, BMM2583,
Curriculum 2
Processes Processes Lab BMM 2683, BMM3643)

15 16 16 15 16 16 6 15 13
Effective : 22 May 2014

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FACULTY OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING


CURRICULUM STRUCTURE
DIPLOMA IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

YEAR FIRST SECOND THIRD

SEM PRELIMINARY FIRST SECOND FIRST SECOND FIRST

UHL1422 UHL1432
UHL1412 UGE1002 DMM3011 DMM3999
English For Academic English for Occupational
Foundation English Basic Entrepreneurship Occupational Safety & Health Industrial Training
Skills Communication

UHR1012 DMM3993
UQB1011 UHM2022 DUM2413 DMM2533
Islamic & Asian Industrial Training
Briged Siswa Ethnic Relation Engineering Statistics Fluid Mechanics
Civilizations I Report

DUM1113 DUF1113 UHS 1021 DMM2633 DMM2632


Basic Mathematics Physics Soft skills 1 Manufacturing Technology Industrial Design

DMM1911 DMM3623
DUK1113 UHS2021
Mechanical Technology Hydraulics & Pneumatics
COURSES

General Chemistry Soft skills 2


Lab 1 Technology

DMM1423
DUM1123 DMM2513 DMM3673
Electrical and Electronic
Calculus Solid Mechanics Mechanical Design
Technology

DMM1312
DMM1523 DMM2523 DMM3663
Computer
Engineering Materials Dynamics CNC Technology
Programming

DMM1413
DMM1532 DMM2543 DMM3914
Engineering Drawing &
Statics Thermodynamics Final Year Project
CAD

DMM2412 DMM1921
Metrology Mechanical Technology Lab 2

TOTAL
6 18 16 19 19 12
CREDIT

TOTAL
CREDIT FOR 90
GRADUATION

148
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CURRICULUM STRUCTURE FOR DEGREE BMM1523 Engineering Materials


PROGRAMME CreditHour: 3
Prerequisite: None
BMM1312 Computer Programming
Credit Hour: 2 Synopsis
Prerequisite: None
This course introduce students to the
Synopsis fundamentals of engineering materials which
includes its application, atomic bonding, crystal
This course introduces to Computers and structure, mechanical and physical properties,
Computing Fundamentals, Program Structure, corrosion and degradation mechanism,
Printing, Comments, Variables, Arithmetic microstructure analysis, phase diagram, ferrous
Operations, Math Functions, Input/ Output, and non-ferrous alloys, polymer and advanced
Control Structure, Looping, Functions, Numeric materials and issues in economic,
Arrays, User Friendly Interface and their environmental, societal of materials engineering.
application on solving engineering problems. C
programming language is utilized in this course. Course Outcomes

Course Outcomes CO1: Explain the classification of engineering


materials and describe its applications.
CO1: Recognize about computing CO2: Analyse and evaluate the mechanical,
fundamentals and construct a simple and physical and chemical properties
straightforward manner C programs. engineering materials.
CO2: Construct C programmes with the most CO3: Analyse and explain metal alloys
suitable variables, perform correct microstructure, phase diagram and heat
arithmetic operations and math functions. treatment processes.
CO3: Construct C programs with the desired CO4: Analyse and explain ferrous and non-
input/ output. ferrous alloys microstructure,
CO4: Construct C programs with control strengthening mechanism and its
structure and looping. applications.
CO5: Construct C programs with functions and CO5: Analyse and define the polymeric
numeric arrays. materials and advanced materials
classification.
BMM1563 Statics
Credit Hour: 3 BMM1811 Mechanical Laboratory 1
Prerequisite: None Credit Hour: 1
Prerequisite: None
Synopsis
Synopsis
An introduction to solving engineering static
problems for:- particles, rigid bodies, effect of This course introduces students with safe
friction on rigid bodies, structures, frames and working habits, identify common materials used
machines. Determine the centroids, center of in metal fabrication, reading blueprints,
gravity and moment of inertia of composite identification, care & use basic measuring
bodies. instruments, layout methods & basic hand tools.
Emphasis is placed on operation of drill press,
Course Outcomes lathe & pedestal grinder.

CO1: Analyze equilibrium of particles. Course Outcomes


CO2: Analyze equilibrium of rigid bodies
involve frames and machines. CO1: To practice the fundamentals of safety,
CO3: Analyze equilibrium of structural drawing interpretation and
members. measurement.
CO4: Analyze equilibrium of rigid bodies CO2: To apply benchwork and drilling
involve friction operation.
CO5: Determine the centroid and moment of CO3: CO3: To perform various basic turning
Inertia, of composite cross sectional area operations.
of beams.

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BMM1821 Mechanical Laboratory 2 CO5: Determine the property and structural


Credit Hour: 1 changes of several plain carbon and low
Prerequisite: None alloy steels at different heat treatment.

Synopsis
BMM1533 Strength of Materials 1
This course introduces student basic application Credit Hour: 3
of the dial indicator, gauge block, gauges, Prerequisite: BMM1563 Statics
measuring instruments, milling machines and
processes, CNC milling simulator operation and Synopsis
surface grinding machines and processes.
This course introduces the concept of stress,
Course Outcomes stress and strain under axial loading, torsion,
pure bending, analysis and design of beams for
CO1: Practice the fundamentals of workshop bending, shearing stresses in beam and thin-
safety and precaution,drawing walled members.
Interpretation and measurement.
CO2: Apply the appropriate techniques when Course Outcomes
handling basic measuring equipments
and instruments. CO1: Analyze the stresses and strains
CO3: Apply various basic milling operations. problems in structural members.
CO4: Understand surface grinding process. CO2: Analyze the circular and noncircular
member problems which are subjected to
twisting couples or torques.
BMM1511 Engineering Mechanics Lab 1
CO3: Analyze the stresses and strains
Credit Hour: 1
problems in members subjected to pure
Prerequisite: BMM1523 (Engineering
bending and transverse loading.
Materials) and BMM1563 (Statics)
CO4: Analyze and design of beams for
Synopsis bending.

This lab introduces the engineering materials BMM1553 Dynamics


and statics principles through practical Credit Hour: 3
experiments. The covered topics for engineering Prerequisite: BMM1563 Statics
materials experiments comprise steel
microstructure microscopy, Brinell hardness test, Synopsis
Vickers hardness test, rapid quenching and
tempering of plain carbon steel, creep test and This course introduces kinematics (motion of
impact test. The statics experiments covered are rigid body) inclusive of absolute and relative
forces resolutions in basic roof truss and crane motion (displacement, velocity and acceleration)
jib, moments application in bell crank lever, and dynamics (forces, work, energy, inertia and
precision friction measurement and friction momentum).Students will also be exposed to a
forces on an inclined plane. mini project using Working Model 2D software.

Course Outcomes Course Outcomes

CO1: Determine Vickers hardness values for CO1: Apply the theory of kinematics (motion of
different materials, calculate the ultimate rigid body) inclusive of absolute and
tensile strength by using the empirical relative motion (displacement, velocity
formulas and compare the testing results. and acceleration).
CO2: Determine the typical phenomena of CO2: Analysed the problem of kinematics
creep responses at different creep rate (motion of rigid body) inclusive of
and temperature-dependent creep absolute and relative motion
behavior and determine fracture (displacement, velocity and acceleration).
toughness and characteristics of metals CO3: Apply the theory of kinetics inclusive
from impact test. forces, work, energy, inertia and
CO3: Measure the friction with increased momentum.
precision, friction coefficient for different CO4: Analysed the problems of kinectis
materials combination and friction on inclusive forces, work,energy, inertia and
inclined plane. momentum.
CO4: Determine the distribution of forces in CO5: Design a working mechanical system to
simple girder structure and central force transmit motion or load.
system and investigate the lever principle
and application of moment on a crank
with varied transmission ratio.

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BMM2433 Electrical & Electronics CO5: Determine planar kinetics of rigid bodies
Technology utilizing force and acceleration principles
Credit Hour: 3 and planar kinematics of rigid bodies on
Prerequisite: None inclined plane through experiment.

Synopsis BMM2533 Fluid Mechanics 1


Credit Hour: 3
This course introduces fundamental of electric Prerequisite: None
circuit, circuit network analysis, inductance,
capacitance, magnetic field and DC motor. The Synopsis
electronics technology covers diodes, bipolar
junction transistor (BJT),operational amplifiers The objective of the course is to introduces
and digital logic circuits. knowledge and understanding about principle,
properties and basic methods of fluid mechanics,
Course Outcomes and provide some understanding and analysis of
some problems related to fluid mechanics. The
CO1: Understand and analyse the principle of subject covers topics such as concept of
electrical circuits. pressure and flow with its application, stability of
CO2: Analyse the circuit network analysis. floating bodies, and fluid in motion analysis, fluid
CO3: Analyse the inductance momentum analysis, flow measurement devices,
circuits,capacitance circuits,magnetic fluid friction in piping system and dimensional
field and DC Motor. analysis. The students are also expected to do
CO4: Analyse the diodes,BJT and operational mini projects dealing with problems regarding the
amplifier problems. course outcomes.
CO5: Analyse the logic circuits problems and
Course Outcomes
design of logic circuit.
CO1: Understand and be able to solve fluid
BMM2521 Engineering Mechanics Laboratory statics problems.
2 CO2: Understand and be able to solve some
Credit Hour: 1 problems in fluid in motion continuum
Prerequisite: BMM1533 Strength of Materials concept.
and BMM1553 Dynamics CO3: Understand and be able to solve
problems in fluid friction in pipes.
Synopsis CO4: Understand and be able to solve some
problems in fluid flow measurement.
This lab course introduces students to basic CO5: Understand and be able to apply the
properties of material and kinetics and concept of dimensional analysis
kinematics of particles and rigid bodies through a
series of experiments. Students will conduct
experiments of tensile, compression, torsion, BMM2543 Fluid Mechanics 2
fatigue, bending moment, shearing stress, Credit Hour: 3
transformations of stress and strain in material Prerequisite: BMM2533 Fluid Mechanics 1
lab. Experiments on dynamic aspect includes
projectile, pendulum, inertia in rotational motion Synopsis
and rolling disc on an incline plane. Students will
learn experimental technique, data collection, This course introduces the flow over immersed
analysis of results and presentations of results. body, boundary layer analysis, compressible
fluids flow, application in pumps and turbines.
Course Outcomes
Course Outcomes
CO1: Determine the common properties of
material under tension and compression. CO1: Describe and solve flow over immersed
CO2: Determine the common properties of bodies and boundary layer problems.
material under torsion and cyclic loading. CO2: Describe and solve compressible flow
CO3: Determine the effect of bending moment problems.
and shearing force on a bar. CO3: Analyze pump and pump systems
CO4: Investigate the effect of free-flight problems.
projectile motion in gravitational field CO4: Analyze turbine problems.
through an experiment and determination
of conservation of energy through
pendulum experiment.

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BMM2583 Strength of Materials 2


Credit Hour: 3 BMM 2673 Thermodynamics
Prerequisite: BMM1533 Strength of Materials Credit Hour: 3
1 Prerequisite: None

Synopsis Synopsis

This course introduces students to analyse This course focuses on the understanding
shearing stresses in beams and thin-walled fundamental and application of thermodynamics
members, transformations of stress and strain knowledge in various engineering systems. The
state, stresses under combined loadings on subject covers the concepts of thermodynamics
rectangular and round members, deflection of laws and entropy, and analysis of energy, heat
beams, buckling of columns. engines, refrigerators and heat pumps.

Course Outcomes Course Outcomes

CO1: Analyze Shearing Stresses in Beams and CO1: Apply Thermodynamics concept and
Thin-Walled Member statements of Thermodynamics law.
CO2: Analyze Transformations of Stress and CO2: Evaluate properties of pure, simple
Strain compressible substances and ideal
CO3: Evaluate state of stresses under gases.
combined loadings CO3: Analyze the concept of 1st law in closed
CO4: Evaluate the deflection of a beam under system.
transverse load, analysis statically CO4: Analyze the concept of 1st law in open
indeterminate beams, determine the system.
deflection and slope of the beam using CO5: Evaluate entropy change in 2nd law
singularity functions, determine the analysis of thermodynamics systems
deflection of beam using method of
superposition.
CO5: Analyze stability of structure,derive BMM2683 Applied Thermodynamics
Euler’s formula for pin-ended column, Credit Hour: 3
derive Euler’s formula of columns for Prerequisite: BMM2673 Thermodynamics
other boundary conditions, design of
column using centric load, derive Secant Synopsis
formula for eccentrically loading, design
of column for eccentrically loading. This course focuses on the application of the
thermodynamics knowledge in various
engineering systems. The subject covers the gas
BMM2613 Computer Aided Design and vapour power cycles, refrigeration and heat
Credit Hour: 3 pump systems, the complete air conditioning
Prerequisite: None system, and the concepts of chemical reactions
in combustion.
Synopsis
Course Outcomes
This course introduces engineering drawing,
fundamentals of drawing, introduction to CAD CO1: To understand and apply the concepts in
software, 2D & 3D drawing command, various problems involving gas power
coordinate system, organizing the drawing and cycles
CAD drawing setting. CO2: To understand and apply the concepts in
various problems involving vapour power
Course Outcomes cycles
CO3: To understand and apply the concepts in
CO1: Apply the fundamentals of drawing and various problems involving mechanical
information in CAD. vapour compression cycles
CO2: Apply 2D drawing using CAD software. CO4: To understand and apply the concepts in
CO3: Apply 3D drawing using CAD software. various problems involving air
CO4: Model the mechanical engineering conditioning processes
product using CAD software. CO5: To understand and apply the concepts in
various problems involving the
combustion processes

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BMM3623 Mechanical Design BMM3513 Heat Transfer


Credit Hour: 3 Credit Hour: 3
Prerequisite: BMM1533 Strength of Material 1 Prerequisite: BMM2563 Applied
Thermodynamics
Synopsis
Synopsis
Introduction to design of machine elements,
static and fatigue failure theories analyses of the The basic modes of thermal energy transfer viz.,
implementation of machine component are conduction, convection and radiation are
covered. Design of machine elements such as introduced with emphasis on understanding the
shafts, keys, bearings, gears, springs, screws fundamental concepts to be used in analysis and
and fasteners, bolted, permanent joints. solving real-life problems. The applicability of 1-
Selecting rolling bearings, sealing elements, and D heat conduction in various geometries, the
lubrication of the speed reducer. Design of validity of one dimensional heat conduction in
flexible mechanical elements (belts and chains), fins, the distinction between steady and
clutches, brake and coupling. unsteady states, the concept of boundary layer,
the analogy between fluid flow and convective
Course Outcomes heat transfer, the distinction between free and
forced convection, the properties of materials
CO1: Analyze the components to prevent which are responsible for energy transfer by
premature failure due to static and radiation, the principles in the design of heat
dynamic service loads. exchangers with emphasized on fundamental
CO2: Analysis of shafts and non-permanent concepts and design methods.
joints includes screws, bolts and
fasteners. Course Outcomes
CO3: Design of springs and permanent joints
CO4: Analysis of the bearings and flexible CO1: To understand and analyse the concept
elements such as brakes, clutches, belts of conduction, convection and radiation
and pulleys heat transfer.
CO5: Design of gears including spur, bevel, CO2: To understand and evaluate one-
worm and helical gears. dimensional heat flow and in different
geometries.
CO3: To understand and evaluate problems in
BMM3531 Engineering Thermodynamics Lab single phase forced and free convection
Credit Hour: 1 heat transfer.
Prerequisite: BMM 2683 Applied CO4: To understand and evaluate simple
Thermodynamics radiation heat transfer.
CO5: To understand and evaluate the overall
Synopsis heat transfer coefficient for different kinds
of heat exchangers.
This lab introduces practical applications in
thermodynamics and heat transfer disciplines. It BMM3613 Automatic Control
cover the areas of properties of pure substance, Credit Hour: 3
first law and second law of thermodynamics, Prerequisite: BMM 1553 Dynamics
ideal gas law and perfect gas characteristics,
gas compressors, refrigeration cycles, heat Synopsis
conduction, heat convection, as well as heat
radiation. This course introduces control system modelling,
analysis and design. The covered topics are
Course Outcomes frequency domain modelling of mechanical,
electrical and electro-mechanical systems; time
CO1: To apply the concept of sensor and frequency response analysis, stability
instrumentations and design the complete analysis and steady-state analysis. Control
measurement technique/system for data system design and analysis using PID controller
collection during laboratory technique.
experimentations.
CO2: To devise detailed experimental methods Course Outcomes
and conduct experiments to prove
thermodynamics concepts. CO1: Understand the basic control system
CO3: To devise detailed experimental methods concepts and illustrate the required
and conduct experiments to prove heat control system into block design process.
transfer concepts. CO2: Develop frequency domain transfer
function of control systems for electrical,
mechanical and electromechanical
systems

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CO3: Solve the transient response, steady- Course Outcomes


state response and stability of control
system. CO1: Understand the basic element in
CO4: Solve control system compensators to measurement and instrumentation
achieve specified control system system.
performances utilizing root-locus CO2: Apply the basics of signal analysis in
technique. measuring signal from transducers.
CO5: Design and analysis control system to CO3: Design the virtual instrumentation system
achieve specified control system to acquire data from transducer and
performances utilizing PID controller. analyze the data in Time and Frequency
Domain.

BMM3643 Manufacturing Processes


Credit Hour: 3 BMM3562 Finite Element Methods
Prerequisite: None Credit Hour: 2
Prerequisite: BMM1533 Strength of Materials
Synopsis 1

This course introduces students to industrial Synopsis


manufacturing processes used for converting
raw materials into finished products. Various This course covers the basics of Finite Element
processes, machinery, and operations will be Method, some related mathematics and
examined with emphasis placed on continuum mechanics, theory of Finite Element
understanding engineering materials and Method (FEM), application of FEM to solving
processing parameters that influence design solid mechanics, structural and scalar field
considerations, product quality, and production problems, and finite element analysis of real
costs. Sustainable manufacturing process will be world problems using FE software (s).
discussed in student project presentation.
Course Outcomes
Course Outcomes
CO1: Explain basics of FEM in mechanical
CO1: Distinguish different types of metal & engineering and its importance in
polymer solidification processes. industrial application.
CO2: Distinguish forming processes for metals, CO2: Formulate and solve FE equations for
plastics, ceramics and composite structural problems, scalar field problems,
materials of different forms of raw and solid mechanics problems.
materials e.g. sheet,bulk or powder. CO3: Set up an appropriate FE modelof real
CO3: Compare major types of material removal world problems and analyze the resulting
process and rapid prototype and their system using FE software.
limitation responding to surface
finish,tolerance and manufacturing
volume. BMM3553 Mechanical Vibrations
CO4: Compare the joining processes and Credit Hour: 3
surface treatments. Prerequisite: BMM1553 Dynamics
CO5: Design and present a process flow to
manufacture a conceptual product by Synopsis
considering sustainable manufacturing
process. This course introduces the fundamental of
vibration, free vibration response for single, two
and multi-degree of freedom, harmonically
BMM3532 Measurement & Instrumentation excited vibration response for single,two and
Credit Hour: 2 multi DOF system and some applications of
Prerequisite: None vibrations in engineering.

Synopsis Course Outcomes

This course introduces the principles of CO1: Describe the vibration elements and
measurement, signal analysis and provides the dynamic characteristics of the mechanical
students hands-on laboratory experiences with a systems and concept of resonance.
variety of transducers and instruments (including CO2: Model, formulate and obtain the solutions
‘virtual instruments’). Students also expose how to vibration problems that contain free-
to write substantial, professional, computer- vibration and forced-vibration analysis of
generated technical reports. one degree of freedom systems.

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CO3: Model, formulate and obtain the solutions Course Outcomes


to vibration problems that contain free
and forced-vibration analysis of two CO1: Design complete measurement technique
degree of freedom systems. for fluid flow and validate Bernoulli’s
CO4: Model, formulate and obtain the solutions Theorem
to vibration problems that contain CO2: Investigate flow patterns over different
undamped free vibration analysis of multi immersed bodies
degree of freedom systems CO3: Determinr friction losses in pipes
CO4: Determine pump performance with
different configurations
BMM3633 Industrial Engineering CO5: Determine the performance and effiency
Credit Hour: 3 of different turbine
Prerequisite: None

Synopsis BMM3611 Manufacturing Processes


Laboratory
This course introduces Industrial engineering, Credit Hour: 1
productivity, facilities planning, facilities design, Prerequisite: BMM3643 Manufacturing
work study, human factors engineering, Processes
introduction to production planning and control,
inventory management, total quality Synopsis
management system and quality control.
This lab gives hands-on experience for students
Course Outcomes to learn about manufacturing processes with
emphasized on safety requirements, knowledge
CO1: Analyze the productivity in an on engineering material application and
organization by using productivity processing tools/machines. At the end of this
concept and fundamentals. course, students activities during lab activities
CO2: Select and apply the best layout based will be evaluated based on the their technical
on the layout design procedure location report.
and basic layout design by taking into
account the impact of sustainable Course Outcomes
environment.
CO3: Design working environment based on CO1: Identify safety awareness during
work study and human factor engineering manufacturing activities.
concept. CO2: Understand various type of raw material
CO4: Analyze production planning, control and for manufacturing process.
inventory management activities based CO3: Understand application of tools for
on given cases. manufacturing process.
CO5: Evaluate solutions for given cases based CO4: Practicing manufacturing activities and
on total quality management systems. machine setup for manufacturing
process.
CO5: Analyse the product defects based on
BMM3521 Engineering Fluid Mechanics Lab various process setting.
Credit Hour: 1
Prerequisite: BMM2543 Fluid Mechanics 2 BMM3023 Engineering Management and
Safety
Synopsis Credit Hour: 3
Prerequisite: None
This lab introduces the students to fundamental
concepts of fluid mechanics experimentation, Synopsis
from the virtual instrumentation and data
acquisition requirements to subsequent data This course covers the basic management
analysis techniques. The fields of study being knowledge, safety and engineering economy.
emphasized include topics such as flow pattern The management part will examine key issues in
over different immersed bodies, fluid flow project management and organisation. OSHA
determination and validation of Bernoulli’s 1994, Factories and Machinery Act 1967, and
theorem, friction losses in pipes, turbomachinery basic principle of accident preventation and
and pump performance analysis. occupational health will be covered in safety
part. In engineering economy, students are
exposed to engineering economic principles and
methods of engineering economic analysis. At
the end, students will manage an engineering
project, implement an effective safety program
and also perform engineering economic analysis.

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BMM4021 Engineer and Society


Credit Hour: 1
Course Outcomes Prereqisite: None

CO1: Understand the classification and life Synopsis


cycle of the project, its organizational
structures and apply techniques of This course introduces the history of science and
management strategic plan, work technology; the engineering profession and the
breakdown structure and its scheduling, role and responsibilities of mechanical
project cost estimating and risk engineers. Students are reminded of their future
management responsibilities through abiding closely the code
CO2: Understand the safety concept and of ethics, code of conduct and code of practice
application tools (OSHA 1994), Malaysian well laid out for engineers. The course incudes
Act – Factories and Machinery Act 1967 narration of the status and growth of selected
CO3: Understand the engineering economic local industry, job opportunities in both
principles and methods of engineering government and private sectors, the law that
economic analysis governs the engineering profession, the
importance of engineering societies and
CO4: Integrate the knowledge gathered
organisations, as well as exposure to the route to
throughout the course to design
become a professional engineer. Throughout the
knowledgeable management, safe
course students are exposed to the challenges
workplace implementation and financially
that future engineers face in this changing world
competitive organization
with regards to environment and sustainability,
and entrepreneurial opportunities that they could
identify in meeting and coping up with these
BMM4704 Integrated Design Project
challenges. External speakers (e.g. from IEM,
Credit Hour: 4
BEM, and CIDB) will be invited to provide real-
Prerequisite: BMM3623 Mechanical Design
life lectures to the students.
Synopsis
Course Outcomes
This course covers the comprehensive
mechanical engineering design process, ethics, CO1: Understand the engineering profession
teamwork, brainstorming, conceptual designs, and its role to the society; (History of
proposal writing, project planning, project science and technology with relation to
management, product attributes, design criteria, development of human civilization; code
engineering targets, physical simulation, virtual of ethics, code of conducts, code of
simulation, analysis techniques, design practice; public responsibility and
synthesis, alternative designs, bill of materials, professional liabilities; job opportunities in
bill of process, manufacturability, product private and public sectors)
variations, product quality, design reports and CO2: Understand the engineering governance
presentations. (local industries development and the
government development plans and
Course Outcomes programmes ; the Malaysian Government
and Legal System; acts and laws that
CO1: Design for a complex mechanical system govern the engineers; route to become a
and components professional engineer; engineers’ role
towards sustainability, and
CO2: Analysis and interpretation of data, and
entrepreneurial opportunities).
synthesis of information to provide
effective conclusions
CO3: Write an effective reports and design Elective Subjects for Mechanical Engineering
documentation, make effective (BMM)
presentations, and receive a clear
directions BMM4693 Biomechanics
CO4: Function effectively as an individual, and BMM4703 Hydraulics and Pneumatics
as a ember/leader BMM4713 Stress Analysis
CO5: Apply appropriate techniques and BMM4723 Mechanism Design
modern engineering tools for prediction BMM4733 Power Plant Technology
and modelling of complex mechanical BMM4753 Renewable Energy Resources
system BMM4763 Fatigue Design and Analysis
BMM4773 Materials Characterization
BMM4783 Computational Fluid Dynamics
(CFD)
BMM4793 Welding and Joining Technology
BMM4803 Corrosion Science and Engineering
BMM4813 Ergonomics

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BMM4823 Production Planning Control and electro-hydraulic circuit using Automation


BMM4833 Quality Engineering Lab software. In the pneumatics section,
BMM4843 Plastics Injection Technology students will be able to calculate pneumatic
BMM4853 Air Conditioning and Refrigeration problems using basic gas laws, as well as
BMM4863 Design for Manufactured & explain the pneumatic systems and components.
Assembly For the pneumatic circuit design section,
BMM4873 CAD/CAM students will be able to design and analyze basic
BMM4883 Metal Castings and multiple pneumatic circuits as well as
BMM4893 Mechanics of Composite Materials electro-pneumatic circuits using Automation Lab
software. Lastly, in the programmable logic
*The above information are subjected to control section, students will learn to explain the
amendment of the Senate from time to time. components of Programmable Logic Controller
(PLC) and will be able to design, analyze and
integrate basic and repeated sequence of ladder
BMM Elective courses: diagram with hydraulic components in the
Automation Lab.
BMM4693 Biomechanics
Credit Hour: 3 Course Outcomes
Prerequisite: BMM1533 Strength of Materials
and BMM1553 Dynamics CO1: Explain, design and analyze the hydraulic
system.
Synopsis CO2: Explain, design and analyze the
pneumatic system.
This course introduces the principles and CO3: Explain and analyze of electro fluid power
application of biomechanics, statics, dynamics, system with electro components.
kinetics and identifies instrumentation used for
CO4: Design and analyze of electro fluid power
measuring kinetics and kinematics quantities.
with programmable logic controller
Concept and theories of human skeletal, human
system via simulation and experimental.
upper and lower extremities and human spine
from a biomechanical perspective.
BMM4723 Mechanism Design
Course Outcomes
Credit Hour: 3
Prerequisite: BMM1553 Dynamics and
CO1: Apply the concepts and biomechanics of BMM3623 Mechanical Design
human skeletal, human upper and lower
extremities and human spine from a Synopsis
biomechanical perspective
CO2: Describes all types of mechanical loading This course introduces the fundamentals in the
on the human body and the relationship design of mechanisms. Theory of mechanism
to bone injuries. will be carried out in a series of lectures and
CO3: Describes qualitative and quantitative analysis and design of mechanism will be carried
approaches for analyzing human out in integrated project. Topics that will be
movement and instrumentation used for covered are mechanisms and kinematics, vector
measuring kinetics and kinematics and position analysis, velocity analysis,
quantity. acceleration analysis, cam design and
CO4: Design the biomechanics system to kinematics analysis and mechanism analysis
perform specific task and synthesis and other mechanism design
related to mechanical engineering complex
application.
BMM4703 Hydraulics and Pneumatics
Credit Hour: 3 Course Outcomes
Prerequisite: BMM2543 Fluid Mechanics 2
CO1: Design mechanism parameters related to
Synopsis motion, degree of freedom.
CO2: Analyze the position of the links in a
This course introduces hydraulic system, mechanism and the limiting position of
hydraulic components, hydraulic system design, the mechanism.
pneumatics system, pneumatic components, CO3: Analyze the angular velocity of a link and
pneumatic system design, electro fluid power the velocity of any point on a link using
system and its design, as well as programmable relative velocity method .
logic controller (PLC) and its design. The
CO4: Analyze the acceleration of a point using
hydraulic section will touch on introducing fluid
relative acceleration method.
power, hydraulic systems and components, as
well as basic fluid-related measurements. For CO5: Application and synthesis of the
the hydraulic circuit design section, students will mechanism in mechanical engineering
be able to design and analyze basic hydraulic complex activities.

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BMM4783 Computational Fluid Dynamics


(CFD)
BMM4733 Power Plant Technology Credit Hour: 3
Credit Hour: 3 Prerequisite: BMM2543 Fluid Mechanics 2,
Prerequisite: BMM2523 Thermodynamics 2, BMM1312 Computer Programming
BMM2543 Fluid Mechanics 2
Synopsis
Synopsis
This subject is to introduce the fundamentals and
This course discusses power plant systems such application of simulation of fluid mechanics
as steam turbines, gas turbines, combined cycle phenomenon and solving fluids problem via
power plants and sustainable energy power simulation.Holistic approaches of programming
systems. This course also covers steam and commercial software are essentials towards
generators, fuels and combustions, economics of solving, analyzing and evaluating the results of
power generation and environmental issues on fluid mechanics problem-based simulation. The
power generation. objective of this subject is to provide the basic of
simulation focusing on fluid problem which is
Course Outcomes from mathematical model such as Navier-Stokes
equation and solve it numerically with the aid of
CO1: Analyze steam power plants and gas programming software. The next step is to
turbines. understand and utilize commercial software to
CO2: Analyze fuels and combustions in power solve engineering fluid problems based on actual
plants. physical appearance which is more complex
CO3: Analyze the sustainable energy issues in boundaries.
power generations.
Course Outcomes
CO4: Analyze combined cycles and renewable
energy power systems.
CO5: Analyze the basic process of power CO1: Understans the governing equations in
fluid dynamics.
generation systems including sustainable
power generation systems. CO2: Apply basic discrezation method.
CO3: Apply numerical simulation in common
fluid flow.
BMM4753 Renewable Energy Resources CO4: Apply commercial software to solve fluid
Credit Hour: 3 dynamics problem.
Prerequisite: None CO5: Analyze and evaluate the simulation
results of fluid problem.
Synopsis
BMM4793 Welding and Joining Technology
This course introduces the need and concept of Credit Hour: 3
renewable energy resources including solar, Prerequisite: BMM3643 Manufacturing
geothermal, wind, biomass, ocean thermal, Processes and BMM2583 Strength of
wave, tidal and other forms including fuel cells. Materials 2
Aspect of sustainability, technopreneurship and
effective communication are embedded in the Synopsis
assignment of case studies.
This course introduces about joining and welding
Course Outcomes technology. The topic includes the overview of
joining & welding processes, the fusion welding,
CO1: Evaluate the current and contemporary arc physics, solid state welding, welding design,
issues of renewable energy resources. welding defects and its countermeasure. It also
CO2: Analyzing solar and geothermal energy includes quality management system in welding
thermal energy conversion systems. and defect detection.
CO3: Evaluate the energy potential
Course Outcomes
CO4: Analyzing biomass conversion
techniques into liquid and gaseous forms
including the design of biogas digester. CO1: To understand the fusion welding
processes and arc physic.
CO5: Analyzing ocean energy conversion and
fuel cells. CO2: To understand the various of solid state
joining, brazing, soldering and modern
joining techniques.
CO3: To design welded structure and analysis
the welding strength.
CO4: To determine the welding metallurgy and
defects of welded structure.

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CO5: To determine the quality management BMM4833 Quality Engineering


system, welding defect and defect Credit Hour: 3
detection. Prerequisite: BMM3633 Industrial
Engineering
BMM4813 Ergonomics
Credit Hour: 3 Synopsis
Prerequisite: BMM1563 Statics
This course introduces students with basic
Synopsis knowledge on quality control engineering and
management. It also introduces the statistical
This course introduces ergonomics study tools and techniques to monitor, control and
focusing on human physiological and improve product, process quality and expose
psychological needs that cover anthropometry, students the concept of integrating human and
biomechanics, anatomical and mechanical technical aspects for managing quality itself.
structure of the human body, energy utilizations
and environment aspect. This course Course Outcomes
emphasizes onto productivity, health and safety
of human. CO1: Describe fundamental knowledge on
quality control, engineering, management
Course Outcomes and basic quality tools.
CO2: Evaluate frequency distribution, central
CO1: Identify ergonomics risk factor and tendency, dispersion and population of
hazards. data by using statistical analysis method.
CO2: Illustrate the concept of human body. CO3: Construct appropriate control chart to
CO3: Propose work station design analyze the variation in data and
andsynthesize the influence of working calculate the probability using statistical
environment. tools.
CO4: Justify the overall concept of man- CO4: Develop control chart for non-conforming
machine interaction environment. units and count of non-conformities.
CO5: Completion of ergonomics lab.
BMM4803 Corrosion Science and
BMM4823 Production Planning and Control Engineering
Credit Hour: 3 Credit Hour: 3
Prerequisite: BMM3633 Industrial Prerequisite: None
Engineering
Synopsis
Synopsis
The course aimed to investigate the fundamental
This course introduces production planning and causes of corrosion problems and materials
control, forecasting, aggregate planning, failures. Emphasis on studying electrochemical
production scheduling, Just-in-Time production, reactions of corrosion process, material
inventory management, material requirements selections and corrosion protections. In the
planning. Simulation on production operation laboratory, students shall involve with
using Witness software is assigned. experiments to evaluate corrosion reactions,
environmental failure, and basic methods for
Course Outcomes protection of materials.

CO1: Apply quantitative, causal, and time Course Outcomes


series method to forecast the future
production demand. CO1: Determine specifically the fundamental
CO2: Apply chase demand, level demand and concepts of electrochemistry in corrosion
linear programming to determine the process.
production schedule. CO2: Analyse corrosion theories in industries
CO3: Analyze appropriate techniques to sectors.
schedule the timing and sequence of CO3: Analyse material selection to solve
operations. various problems in several environments
CO4: Analyze two types of production control conditions.
system between Just in Time and CO4: Evaluate corrosion test to calculate and
Material Requirement Planning analyse failure in industrial facilities.
CO5: Analyse and determine optimum CO5: Analyse how to measure and predict
production layout by using Witness rates of corrosion reactions, and how to
software. design for material protection.

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BMM4893 Mechanics of Composite Materials CO5: Communicate during presentation and


Credit Hour: 3 defend the research outcome at the end
Prerequisite: - of the semester.

Synopsis
BMM4924 Final Year Project 2
This course introduces students to current views Credit Hour: 4
and theories in polymer based composite Prerequisite: Refer to PSM handbook (Has
materials, on the types of materials, production passed more than 80 Credit hours)
methods, quality assurance, failure analysis, test
methods and the mechanics of lamina and Synopsis
laminated composites.
This course is, in fact, the continuation of the
Course Outcomes Final Year Project 1. The Final Year Project is
designed in two parts to ensure that the final
CO1: Understand and identify the properties of year studentsconduct and spread their work
fiber and matrix materials used in consistently throughout the two semesters, and
commercial composites, as well as being evaluated at the end of both semesters.
manufacturing techniques. Throughout the two semesters, the students are
CO2: Analyze a laminated plate, including guided and supervised closely by their
finding laminate properties from lamina respective project supervisors.
properties
CO3: Predict the failure strength of a laminated Course Outcomes
composite plate.
CO4: Identify different modes of CO1: Plan the project development flow based
micromechanics failure and to evaluate on proper methods.
types of failure criteria of laminates CO2: Assess an independent project with the
CO5: Understand and explain standard test minimum supervision from the project
procedures for strength, stiffness and instructor.
toughness for quality assurance. CO3: Identify, examine, collect data, analyze
and solve a research problem efficiently.
CO4: Establish techniques for literature review
BMM4912 Final Year Project 1 and independently perform the ability to
Credit Hour: 2 gather information and build up specific
Prerequisite: Refer to PSM handbook knowledge for report writing.
(Students should have passed more than 80 CO5: Communicate well during presentation
Credit hours) and deliver the research outcome
effectively.
Synopsis

The final year project focuses on the real BMM3996 Industrial Training
professional approach to engineering studies. Credit Hour: 6
Students will utilise their engineering knowledge Prerequisite: BMM2543, BMM2583, BMM2683,
and technical skill from the previous training to BMM3643
solve an engineering problem or project.
Integration of various subject areas they have Synopsis:
acquired throughout their mechanical
engineering programme is strongly encouraged This training exposes the students to
in this course. professional skills and experience in the aspect
of mechanical engineering practices. The
Course Outcomes exposure will help shape and produce future
mechanical engineers with high responsibility,
CO1: Plan the project development flow based positive attitude and professional conduct, ready
on proper methods. to face all challenges encountered in their future
CO2: Assess an independent project with the career.
minimum supervision from the project
instructor. Course Outcomes
CO3: Identify, examine, collect data, analyze
and solve a research problems or CO1: Practice basic professional engineering
scientific study. skills at industry level.
CO4: Devise techniques in literature review and CO2: Practice and relate the theory that had
information prospection independently been learned during the involvement of
and build up specific knowledge and real problems solving such as planning,
research interest in the engineering field. design, construction and management of
the projects.

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CO3: Identify and solve practical problems that CO3: Analyze the stresses and strains
exist. problems in members subjected to pure
CO4: Identify the company or department bending and transverse loading.
structure and recognize the jobscope of CO4: Analyze and design of beams for
specific post in the organization. bending.
CO5: Build up interpersonal skills and
professional ethics to be an excellent, BMA2523 Internal Combustion Engine
motivated and responsible to the creator. Credit Hour: 3
Prerequisite: BMM2673 Thermodynamics

BMA COURSES Synopsis

BMA2312 Introduction to Automotive This course provides the foundation


Engineering understanding on the fundamental of internal
Credit Hour: 2 combustion engine which includes design,
Prerequisite: None operating parameters, thermo-chemistry reaction
for various combustion cycles, emission
Synopsis formation, effect to environment and its control
method. By accomplish significant projects such
This course introduces workshop safety, the as component assembly, flow, performance,
workings of automotive engines and the emission test and etc, student own a platform to
supporting systems, the workings of the build up professional techniques to design and
automotive electrical, electronic and HVAC conduct validating experiments.
systems, the operation of the drivetrain, and the
whole automotive chassis. Course Outcomes

Course Outcomes CO1: To analyze the engine performance and


the effect of design parametric changes.
CO1: Understand and recognize the CO2: To analyze the engine performance using
importance of the workshop safety, and the fundamental principles of
demonstrate an awareness of the thermodynamic.
workshop safety rules written in the CO3: To analyze the engine performance using
safety contract various thermodynamic cycles for ideal
CO2: Understand the working principles of engines analysis.
automotive engines and their supporting CO4: To evaluate the engine performance
systems using detail analysis and differentiate the
CO3: Understand the working principles of normal, abnormal combustions, and the
automotive electrical and electronic effect of operational parametric changes
systems on exhaust pollutant emissions.
CO4: Understand the working principles of CO5: To identify the engine types,
automotive HVAC instrumentation and conduct actual
CO5: Understand the working principle of analysis of engines.
drivetrain and the chassis system
BMA3623 Engine Design
Credit Hour: 3
BMM1543 Strength of Materials Prerequisite: BMM2583 Strength of Materials
Credit Hour: 3 2
Prerequisite: BMM1563 Statics
Synopsis
Synopsis
This course introduces design of internal
This course introduces the concept of stress, combustion engine components, focusing on
stress and strain under axial loading, torsion, reciprocating-piston internal-combustion engine.
pure bending, analysis and design of beams for Designs of key engine components such as
bending, shearing stresses in beam and thin- cylinder, piston, connecting rod, crankshaft,
walled members. camshaft and gear are included. Fundamental of
operational principles, working relationships
Course Outcomes among all internal components, engine validation
and durability are covered. Limitations of the
CO1: Analyze the stresses and strains current designs and implementations of the
problems in structural members. modern internal combustion engine are
CO2: Analyze the circular and noncircular discussed.
member problems which are subjected to
twisting couples or torques. Course Outcomes

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CO1: Understand and identify engine and its BMA4704 Integrated Design Project
components. Credit Hour: 4
CO2: Design of cylinder, piston and connecting Prerequisite: BMA3623 Engine Design
rod.
CO3: Design of crankshaft, camshaft and gear Synopsis
CO4: Analysis of internal combustion engine
This course covers the comprehensive
validation and durability
automotive engineering design process, ethics,
CO5: Identify the limitations of the current teamwork, brainstorming, conceptual designs,
designs and implementations of the proposal writing, project planning, project
modern internal combustion engine management, product attributes, design criteria,
engineering targets, physical simulation, virtual
simulation, analysis techniques, design
synthesis, alternative designs, bill of materials,
BMM3511 Engineering Thermo-fluids Lab bill of process, manufacturability, product
Credit Hour: 1 variations, product quality, design reports and
Prerequisite: BMM2673 Thermodynamics & presentations.
BMM2543 Fluids Mechanics 2
Course Outcomes
Synopsis

This lab introduces practical applications in


CO1: Design for a complex automotive system
and components.
thermodynamics and fundamental concept of
fluid mechanics experimentation. CO2: Analysis and interpretation of data, and
It cover the areas of properties of pure synthesis of information to provide
substance, first law and second law of effective conclusions
thermodynamics, ideal gas law and perfect gas CO3: Write an effective reports and design
characteristics, gas compressors, refrigeration documentation, make effective
cycles, heat conduction, heat convection, as well presentations, and receive a clear
as heat radiation in thermodynamics. In fluid directions
mechanics, it covers the area of flow pattern CO4: Function effectively as an individual, and
over different immersed bodies, fluid flow as a ember/leader
determination and validation of Bernoulli’s CO5: Apply appropriate techniques and
theorem, turbo machinery and pump modern engineering tools for prediction
performance analysis. and modelling of complex automotive
system

Course Outcomes
BMA4763 Vehicle Noise & Vibration
CO1: To apply the concept of sensor Credit Hour: 3
instrumentations and design the complete Prerequisite: BMM3553 Mechanical Vibration
measurement technique or system for
data collection during laboratory Synopsis
experimentations.
CO2: To devise detailed experimental methods This course introduces to automotive NVH,
and conduct experiments to prove fundamental of noise, noise source identification,
thermodynamics and heat transfer assessment and control for exterior and interior
concepts.. noise vehicle, introduction to automotive
CO3: To devise and investigate flow patterns vibration, finite element method (normal mode
over different immersed bodies analysis) and modal testing of automotive
structure.
CO4: To devise detailed experiment and
determine the pump performance with
Course Outcomes
different configuration.
CO5: To devise detailed experiment and
determine the performance and efficiency
CO1: Understand the basic principles aspects
of noise, vibration and harshness in
of different turbine
vehicle.
CO2: Overview of state-of-the art in
assessment and control for exterior and
interior noise vehicle.
CO3: Model, formulate and obtain the solutions
to noise problems by using noise source
identification method.
CO4: Model, formulate and obtain the solutions
to automotive structural vibration by using
finite element (normal mode analysis)

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CO5: Model, formulate and obtain the solutions sustainability future and advance vehicle mobility
to automotive structural vibration by using control.
modal testing.
Course Outcomes

BMA4723 Vehicle Dynamics CO1: Investigate the antilock braking, vehicle


Credit Hour: 3 aerodynamics, tire tread design
Prerequisite: BMM1553 Dynamics advances.
CO2: Identify electronically controlled anti-
Synopsis vibration engine mountings and transport
refrigeration.
This course focuses on the fundamentals of CO3: Evaluate electricity, alcohol, and
vehicle dynamics, vehicle acceleration and hydrogen fuel cells, as well as advanced
braking performance, mechanics of pneumatic additives and oils, in environmentally
tires, vehicle ride, cornering characteristics, sustainable transport.
suspension and steering system behavior. By CO4: Analyse of engine diagnosis and
accomplishing a series of laboratories such as troubleshooting of automotive engine
car handling, acceleration, braking, double lane control systems including digital storage
change and suspension performance, students oscilloscopes, fuel injection and ignition
are able to build up independent skill in design, system diagnoses, five-gas exhaust
conduct and validate experiment results. analysis and emission testing.
CO5: Generate Seat belts, brake lights, and air
Course Outcomes
bags, of safer vehicles and fewer
fatalities. Evaluate the automotive
CO1: Solve the basic vehicle motion problems industry to make sure that they are
and acceleration performance for reliable and prevent failures
different cases.
CO2: Evaluate the performance characteristics
of the braking system. BMA4813 Automotive Development Process
CO3: Evaluate the aerodynamics, drag and Credit Hour: 3
rolling resistance of the tire. Prerequisite: None
CO4: Investigate the ride characteristics of the
road vehicles and evaluate the Synopsis
performance for different cornering
scenario. This course introduces the concept of
CO5: Distinguish the characteristics of various automotive product development process and
suspension system designs and evaluate organizations, product planning, identifying
the performance of steering system. customer needs, product specifications, concept
generation, concept selection, concept testing,
BMA Elective Courses industrial design, prototyping, patents and
intellectual properties.
BMA4803 Automotive Advance Technology
BMA4813 Automotive Development Process Course Outcomes
BMA4823 Energy Efficient Vehicle Vehicle
BMA4833 Automotive Electric and Electronics CO1: Describe product development process
BMA4843 Alternative Fuel and its organization
BMA4853 Diesel Engine Technology CO2: Describe product planning stages and
BMA4863 Motorsports Engineering process of identifying customer needs in
BMA4873 Heavy Duty Vehicles products development.
CO3: Analyse the tooling development and
BMA4803 Automotive Advance Technology trials process
Credit Hour: 3 CO4: Analyse the manufacturing process and
Prerequisite: None quality confirmation activities
Synopsis
BMA4823 Energy Efficient Vehicle
This course is the advance construction, Credit Hour: 3
development and operational analysis of the Prerequisite : None
state-of-the-art vehicle system which including
engine advance control system for higher Synopsis
efficiency, lower emission, advance suspension
for excellent ride and comfort, advance driveline This course presents the current development in
for spacious, precision, minimum slips control, vehicle systems that incorporate the latest
advance material for lighter, cheaper and technology towards greener transportation
stronger component, chassis and body, advance solution. Mechanisms on how the conventional
energy powering system for renewable and

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engines operated with the assist of green power BMA4843 Alternative Fuel
plants will be revealed and discussed. Analysis Credit Hour: 3
on the potential usage of these green power Prerequisite: None
plants and its system to eventually replace the
conventional prime movers will be studied, and Synopsis
consequently, the overall impact of the green
power plants to the world's economic aspect, This course focuses on the use of alternative
and level of emissions will be presented fuels in energy conversion for producing power.
Various alternative fuel from many sources
Course Outcomes namely natural gas, alcohol based fuels,
hydrogen, biodiesels, electricity, and biomass
CO1: Investigate the cutting edge technology will be discussed as possible replacements to
revolutionizing the automotive industry the crude oil based fuels. Performance
CO2: Design of new and up coming electric parameters of these fuels will be accessed, and
vehicles of hybrids and fuel cell including its compatibility to the existing power plant
smart systems such as MEMS and ICT systems will be analysed. Impacts from using
components these fuels to the world's energy demand and
CO3: Identifying green vehicle construction supply as well as the impact to the economic
from basic design, batteries and motors. sectors will be presented.
New mobility and infrastructure concepts
as well as to renewable energies Course Outcomes
CO4: Analyse the political and social impact of
green vehicles as well as life time CO1: To explain the current alternative fuels
emissions and sustainability over the available today and the technologies
entire product life-cycle involved in developing alternative fuels
including the advantages and
CO5: Evaluate service procedures and safety
disadvantages of each.
together with materials selection for the
high profile vehicles CO2: To compare and discuss current energy
technologies of alternative fuels and
BMA4833 Automotive Electric and explain how both resources can be
Electronics managed with a view to future
Credit Hour: 3 sustainability.
Prerequisite: None CO3: To analyze the performance of each
alternative fuels and its potential to
Synopsis replace current fossil fuels.
CO4: To evaluate in detail the
This course covers topics with a comprehensive power plants efficiency in terms of power
knowledge in the area of automotive electrical using alternative fuel, and the effect of
and electronics. It familiarizes students with both operational parametric changes on
analytical and computational approaches in exhaust emission.
designing the advanced technology in CO5: To discuss the impact of alternative fuels
automotive mechatronics such as body control, to the global demand and supply chain.
stability control, safety system, powertrain
control.
BMA4853 Diesel Engine Technology
Course Outcomes Credit Hour: 3
Prerequisite: None
CO1: Describe general electrical system
diagnosis used in automotive industry Synopsis
CO2: Describe the fundamentals of automotive
starting and ignition systems. This course will explain the fundamental
CO3: Explain the principles of automotive technology of diesel engines which include
charging systems. introduction of the diesel combustion cycle, fuel
line system, cooling system, turbocharging and
CO4: Analyze the electrical system of a
after-treatment technology. The course also
passenger car.
includes aspects of engine design, emission
CO5: Define the vehicle instrumentation and control design, and fuel injection parameters
electronic control system. which contribute most to the engine performance
and emission control. Students will also be
exposed to the alternative fuel for diesel engine
and the environmental issues arise from the
usage of diesel engine.

Course Outcomes

CO1: Introduction to diesel engine and system


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CO2: Diesel engine performance and emission


CO3: Fuel injection system and management
CO4: Alternative fuel for diesel engine &
environmental issues

BMA4863 Motorsports Engineering


Credit Hour: 3
Prerequisite: None

Synopsis

This course covers the introduction, regulation


and safety in motorsport engineering, advance
vehicle materials and structures, racing engines
with theories and strategies, and also
manufacturing technique extant in the world of
motorsport itself. It focuses on two main field of
motorsport engineering which are motorcar and
motorbike.

Course Outcomes

CO1: Define the fundamental of motorsports


engineering and types of racing engines.
CO2: Define the advanced materials and
structure used in motorsports engineering
field.
CO3: Describe the manufacturing technique
been used to produce parts or
components for motorsport.
CO4: Define technique of modification as an
enhancement to the motorsport system
feature.
CO5: Define the racing theories, strategies,
regulation and safety involved in
motorsports engineering.

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CURRICULUM STRUCTURE FOR DUAL- BHA1602 Technical Drawing


DEGREE PROGRAMME (BHA) Credit Hour: 2
Prerequisite: None
BHA1113 Engineering Materials
Credit Hour: 3 Synopsis
Prerequisite : None
This course introduces technical drawing and
Synopsis engineering drawing base on BS 8888. It consists
of basic shapes, tangencies, curve of intersection,
This course introduces students to the orthographic views include sectioning, auxiliary
engineering materials fundamentals including the view, isometric view, geometric dimensioning and
engineering materials application, atomic tolerencing, and detail assembly drawings.
bonding, crystal structure, mechanical and
physical properties, corrosion mechanism, micro Course Outcomes
structural analysis, phase diagram, ferrous and
non-ferrous alloys, and polymer and advance CO1: Apply tangencies, basic shapes and
materials. sketching of engineering components.
CO2: Apply orthographic view and sectional
Course Outcomes view with dimensioning.
CO3: Analyze auxiliary view, curve of
CO1: Explain and Illustrate the materials’ atomic intersection and isometric drawing.
bonding and crystal structure. CO4: Analyze knowledge to use for geometric
CO2: Identify and explain the mechanical, dimensioning and tolerancing and
physical properties of engineering assembly drawing with Bill Of Materials.
materials and concept of corrosion and
metal alloys microstructure, phase
diagram and heat treatment processes. BHA1811 Mechanical Laboratory 1
CO3: Describe and explain ferrous and non- Credit Hour: 1
ferrous alloys microstructure strengthening Prerequisite: None
mechanism and its applications.
CO4: Evaluate the polymeric materials and Synopsis
advanced materials classification,
structure and properties. This course introduces students with safe working
habits, identify common materials used in metal
fabrication, reading blueprints, identification, care
BHA1103 Statics & use basic measuring instruments, layout
Credit Hour: 3 methods & basic hand tools. Emphasis is placed
Prerequisite: None on operation of drill press, lathe & pedestal
grinder.
Synopsis
Course Outcomes
An introduction to solving engineering static
problem, involving: force vector, equilibrium of CO1: Apply basic manual production techniques.
particle and rigid body, friction effect on rigid body CO2: Apply basic turning processes according to
equilibrium, structural analysis, frame and the given dimensions, specifications and
machines, centroids, center of gravity and tolerances.
moment of inertia. CO3: Exercise communication skills based on
task given
Course Outcomes

CO1: Analyze equilibrium of particle and rigid BHA1413 Electrical and Electronics
body Engineering
CO2: Analyze equilibrium of rigid body involve Credit Hour: 3
friction and structural analysis Prerequisite: None
CO3: Evaluate centroids and moment of Inertia,
of composite cross sectional area. Synopsis

This course introduces DC resistive network


analysis, AC network analysis, diodes, bipolar
junction transistors (BJT), operational amplifier
(op-amp) and digital logic circuits.

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Course Outcomes BHA1821 Mechanical Laboratory 2


Credit Hour: 1
CO1: Solve DC resistive and AC network Prerequisite: BHA1811 Mechanical Laboratory
analysis. 1
CO2: Solve circuits involving diodes, bipolar
junction transistor (BJT) and operational Synopsis
amplifier.
CO3: Integrate solutions to simple logic circuits This course introduces student basic application
problem of the dial indicator, gauge block, gauges,
measuring instruments, milling machines and
BHA 2123 Mechanics of Materials processes, CNC milling simulator operation and
Credit Hour: 3 surface grinding machines and processes.
Prerequisite: BHA1113 Engineering Materials
Course Outcomes
Synopsis
CO1: Analyze appropriate techniques when
This course introduces the concept of stress and handling basic
strain under axial, torsion, bending, and measuring equipment and instruments
transverse shear and combined loadings in elastic CO2: Analyze conventional milling and CNC
structural members. Plane stress transformation milling simulator operation and surface
is also included. grinding process
CO3: Integrate skills based on professional
Course Outcomes ethics and responsibilities

CO1: Solve the stress and strain in structural


members subjected to axial loads and BHA1133 Dynamics
torsion loads. Credit Hour: 3
CO2: Solve the stress and strain in structural Prerequisite: BHA1103 Statics
members subjected to bending loads and
shear loads. Synopsis
CO3: Construct stress and strain in structural
members subjected to combined loads This course introduces the principles of
and conduct the stress transformation. kinematics of a particle and a planar rigid body,
kinetics of a particle and a planar rigid body
utilizing force and acceleration method, work and
BHA 2612 Computer Aided Design energy method and impulse and momentum
Credit Hour: 2 method.
Prerequisite: BHA1602 Technical Drawing
Course Outcomes
Synopsis
CO1: Analyze and solve problems involving
This course introduces the types of fastener and kinematics of a particle.
spring types, AutoCAD, 2 – D drawing command, CO2: Analyze and solve problems involving
coordinate system, organizing the drawing, kinetics of a particle utilizing force and
AutoCAD drawing setting, Introduction to Solid acceleration method, work and energy
Works, 3 – D solid modeling, 3 – D drawing, Blue method and impulse and momentum
print drawing, 3 – D functioning and organizing, method.
Solid Works Animator. CO3: Formulating solutions involving kinematics
of a planar rigid body, and kinetics of a
Course Outcomes planar rigid body utilizing force and
acceleration method
CO1: Analyze drawing information in CAD and
Solid Works
CO2: Evaluate 2-D drawings using AutoCAD BHA 2513 Thermodynamics
and 3-D solid modelings using Solid Works Credit Hour: 3
CO3: Construct mechanical engineering parts Prerequisite: None
using learned software
Synopsis

This course focuses on the application of the


thermodynamics knowledge in various
engineering systems. The subject covers the
review and analysis of energy, gas power cycles,
vapour power cycles, refrigeration cycles, gas
mixtures, gas-vapour mixture& air-conditioning
and combustion.

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CO3: Identify causation of accident


Course Outcomes phenomenon, accident investigation and
analysis
CO1: Evaluate the fundamentals of mass CO4: Identify lifelong learning for safety and
st
balance, 1 law, 2nd law of energy to health management
identify, differentiate and solve engineering
problem involving closed, open systems
and unsteady-flow processes. BHA 2403 Manufacturing Processes
CO2: Evaluate the properties of pure, simple Credit Hour: 3
compressible substances and ideal gases, Prerequisite: None
the concept of heat, work and mass to the
typical problems and the entropy changes Synopsis
problems for pure substances and ideal
gas. This course introduces the various type of
CO3: Demonstrate skills based on task given manufacturing processes including metal casting
processes, forming and shaping processes for
metal, plastics and composites, material removal
BHA 2342 Technical Informatics 1 Credit Hour: processes, joining processes and finishing
2 processes.
Prerequisite: None
Course Outcomes
Synopsis
CO1: Analyze metal-casting processes and
This course introduces input and output, forming processes
variables, constants, arithmetic operations and CO2: Analyze material removal processes and
mathematical functions, user-defined functions, joining processes
selection making decision and repetitive CO3: Identify the appropriate surface technology
construct, and array data structure. The processes for advanced applications
programming language used for the course is C
language.

Course Outcomes BHA 2533 Fluid Mechanics


Credit Hour: 3
CO1: Analyze C program using variables, Prerequisite: None
constants declarations, arithmetic
operations and mathematics function. Synopsis
CO2: Analyze C program using user-defined
After having successfully completed the course,
functions, and selection making decision
the students should have basic knowledge of one-
construct.
dimensional flows of incompressible fluids, be
able to evaluate the effect of flow circulation on
bodies and understand energy loss in the flow
process.
BHA 2021 Occupational Safety & Health
Credit Hour: 1
Course Outcomes
Prerequisite: None

Synopsis CO1: Describe and evaluate the basic principles


and applications of various fluid condition
This course introduces OSH in Malaysia, discussed in Fluid Mechanics 1.
identification, types and inspection of industrial CO2: Demonstrate, asses and analyze problems
hazard, analysis and control of industrial hazard, in fluid statics, dynamic pipe flow, flow
mechanical hazard, chemical hazard, physical measurement and dimensional analysis.
hazard, psycho-social hazard, industrial hygiene, CO3: Function as effective team member of a
accident causation phenomenon, accident team to solve problems related to fluid
investigation and analysis, managing safety and mechanics
health, and industrial safety and health regulation.

Course Outcomes BHA 2613 Machine Elements


Credit Hour: 3
CO1: Describe the OSHA regulation and Prerequisite: None
implementation in Malaysia
CO2: Analyze industrial hazards and industrial Synopsis
hygiene programs
Introduction to design process. Study of static and
dynamic loading resulting normal and shear

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stresses, principles stresses. Engineering Course Outcomes


materials, static and fatigue failure theories.
Machine element design including screws, bolts, CO1: Evaluate input/output of PLC interfacing
fasteners, welded joints, keys and coupling and and PLC programming.
springs. CO2: Evaluate input/output of microcontroller
interfacing and microcontroller
Course Outcomes programming.
CO3: Construct actuator and signal device
CO1: Identify loading of the machine elements, through programming and interfacing
stress and fatigue failure and to perform
CO2: deformation and stress analysis to design
safe machine components
CO3: Design shafts, keys, coupling, gear and BHA 3012 Numerical Programming
spring to meet desired specifications, Credit Hour: 2
mechanical elements for non-permanent Prerequisite: BUM 2413 Applied Statistics
joint including screws, bolts, fasteners,
keys and coupling to meet desired Synopsis
specifications and permanent joints
CO4: Organize and coordinate team to design This course covers MATLAB programming
mechanical components fundamentals and SIMULINK fundamentals.
Numerical methods of Fourier series and
transformations and Laplace transformations,
BHA 3602 Automotive Product Development differential equations as well as are solved via
Credit Hour: 2 programming tools, i.e. MATLAB and Simulink.
Prerequisite: None
Course Outcomes
Synopsis
CO1: Develop programmes using the numeric
This course introduces the concept of product software MATLAB,
development process and organizations, product CO2: Evaluate numerical programme to solve
planning, identifying customer needs, product engineering-related problems
specifications, concept generation, concept
selection, concept testing, industrial design,
CO3: Construct programmes to simulate
dynamic systems.
prototyping, patents and intellectual properties.

Course Outcomes
BHA 3313 Signal and Systems
Credit Hour: 3
CO1: Describe product development process, Prerequisite: None
its organization, planning stages and
process of identifying customer needs in Synopsis
products development.
CO2: Differentiate the overview of establishing This course covers topics under signals: energy
the target specification, refining the and power signals, discrete-time and continuous,
specification process and design, select linear systems and convolutions, Fourier
and perform testing analysis. transform, complex Fourier series; signal spectral
CO3: Display professional engineering practice properties and bandwidth, Laplace transform and
in contextual knowledge transient analysis. Emphasis is also given to
transfer functions, block diagrams, baseband and
pass band signals with applications to
BHA2313 Microcomputer Technology communications systems. Matlab and Simulink is
Credit Hour: 3 used as the tool for simulation and application.
Prerequisite: None
Synopsis Course Outcomes

This course is an introduction to PLC and CO1: Evaluate systems and their properties,
microcontroller. Students are exposed to impulse responses, convolution.
input/output PLC interface, PLC programming, CO2: Develop and analyze Linear Time Invariant
input/output microcontroller interface and (LTI) systems and their properties and
microcontroller programming. frequency response of systems.
CO3: Characterize Discrete-time signals and
Frequency-domain analysis their
properties with applications stochastic
signal analysis.

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BHA 3622 Mechanical Design


Credit Hour: 3
BHA 3342 Technical Informatics 2 Prerequisite: None
Credit Hour: 2
Prerequisite: BHA 2342 Technical Informatics Synopsis
1
Introduction to design of machine elements, static
Synopsis and fatigue failure theories analyses of the
implementation of machine components are
This course covers topics under software process, covered. Design of machine elements such as
software requirements, analysis, design concepts shafts, keys, bearings, gears, springs, Screws
and principals. By completing this subject, the and Fasteners, bolted and permanent joints.
student will be able to explain the software Selecting rolling bnbnearing, sealing elements,
engineering principles and techniques that are lubrication of the speed reducer. Design of flexible
used in developing quality software products. mechanical elements (belts and chains), clutches,
brake and coupling. Open-ended design projects
Course Outcomes are assigned

CO1: Propose a broad range of concepts from Course Outcomes


software engineering, spanning all aspects
the software engineering process and use CO1: Propose and synthesise components to
of accepted software engineering prevent premature failure due to static and
terminology dynamic service loads
CO2: Develop a software for engineering project CO2: Evaluate design of bearing and flexible
by applying a representative cross section elements such as brakes, clutches, belt
of software engineering techniques and gears.
CO3: Adapt complex engineering activities with
the engineering community.
BHA 3413 Fundamentals Electrical
Engineering 2
Credit Hour: 3 BHA 3921 Engineers and Society
Prerequisite: BHA1413 Fundamentals Credit Hour: 1
Electrical Engineering 1 Prerequisite: None

Synopsis Synopsis

This course introduces Boolean algebra, Logic This course introduces the engineering
families such as TTL or CMOS, Analog-digital and profession, local industries sector, issues in local
digital-analog converters (ADCs and DACs), industries, ethics and public responsibility,
Digital circuits with flip-flops, Analog filter circuits engineer and law, and contract law
using operational amplifiers, Frequency-
dependent circuits with complex numbers. Course Outcomes

Course Outcomes CO1: Apply engineering profession and code of


ethics
CO1: Assess the principle of electrical circuits. CO2: Analyze the issues in local industries,
CO2: Design transfer logical expressions into working ethics and
electronic circuits and simple logic circuits. CO3: public responsibility
CO3: Practice basic circuits with operational CO4: Explain the law which governing the
amplifiers and able to manipulate values engineering profession
like RMS, peak value or average.

BHA 3011 Quality Management


Credit Hour: 1
Prerequisite: None

Synopsis

This course introduce basics of process-oriented


management systems, seven quality tools that
have been used for quality improvement such as
check sheets, scatter diagrams, cause and effect
diagram, pareto charts, flow charts, histograms

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and statistical process control (spc). Besides that, CO2: Analyse appropriate sensors for
students are introduced to quality management measuring temperature, pressure, speed,
systems in the automotive industry (TS 16949), magnetic fields, angle, acceleration,
international quality standard (ISO 9000 series) rotation rate and flow, and understand
and human factor engineering in quality types of actuators and electronic motors.
management.

Course Outcomes BHA 3513 Heat Transfer


Credit Hour: 3
CO1: Apply objectives and imperatives of quality Prerequisite: BHA 2513 Thermodynamics
management and continuous quality
improvement and its consequences. Synopsis
CO2: Evaluate a proper method of quality tools
to solve any quality problems The basic modes of thermal energy transfer viz.,
CO3: Construct a Produce International conduction, convection and radiation are
Standard (PIS) documents based on given introduced with emphasis on understanding the
cases and TS16949 documents based on fundamental concepts to be used in analysing
given cases and human factor and solving real-life problems. The applicability of
1-D heat conduction in various geometries, the
validity of one dimensional heat conduction in
BHA 3102 Finite Element Method 1 fins, the distinction between steady and unsteady
Credit Hour: 2 states, the concept of boundary layer, the analogy
Prerequisite: None between fluid flow and convective heat transfer,
the distinction between free and forced
Synopsis convection, the properties of materials which are
responsible for energy transfer by radiation, the
This course covers the basics of Finite Element principles in the design of heat exchangers with
Method, some related mathematics and emphasized on fundamental concepts and design
continuum mechanics, theory of Finite Element methods.
Method (FEM), application of FEM to solving solid
mechanics, structural and scalar field problems, Course Outcomes
and finite element analysis of real world problems
using FE software(s). CO1: Evaluate the fundamental concept of
conduction, convection and radiation heat
Course Outcomes transfer and related to one-dimensional
heat flow and in different geometries.
CO1: Evaluate FEM in mechanical engineering CO2: Evaluate problem in single phase forced
and its importance in industrial application and free convection heat transfer, problem
CO2: Evaluate FE equations for structural, related to simple radiation heat transfer.
scalar field and solid mechanics problems CO3: Integrate design and apply the heat
for real world problems and analyze the transfer problem for application in the
resulting system using FE software system of heat exchangers.

BHA 3323 Automatic Control


BHA 3302 Sensors Credit Hour: 3
Credit Hour: 2 Prerequisite: None
Prerequisite: None
Synopsis
Synopsis
This course introduces linear, time-invariant (LTI)
Fundamentals of measurement and test control system modeling, analysis and design.
engineering - terms such The covered topics are frequency domain
as accuracy, resolution, linearity, reproducibility modeling of mechanical, electrical and electro-
and error mechanical systems; time response analysis,
frequency response analysis, stability analysis
Course Outcome and steady-state analysis. Control system design
and analysis using PID controller technique.
By the end of semester, students should be able
to: Course Outcomes

CO1: Examining fundamentals to measurement CO1: Evaluate the basic control system
engineering, electro-magnetic-compatibility concepts and illustrate the required control
(EMC) and signal conditioning. system into block design process.

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CO2: Develop frequency domain transfer CO3: Justify vibration measurement techniques,
function of linear, time invariant (LTI) tools and methods
control systems for mechanical system
CO3: Develop the transient response, steady-
state response and system stability of LTI BHA 3922 Internship Preparation
control system compensators to achieve Credit Hour: 2
specified control system performances Prerequisite: None
utilizing root-locus technique
Synopsis

BHA 3402 Vehicle Electronics 1 This training exposes the students to professional
Credit Hour: 2 skills and experience in aspect of mechanical
Prerequisite: None engineering practice. The exposure will help to
produce an excellent, responsible and good
Synopsis attitude.

This course covers topics with a comprehensive Course Outcomes


knowledge in the area of automotive electronics
and familiarize students with both analytical and CO1: Evaluate basic professional engineering
computational approaches in designing the skills at industry level relate the theory that
advanced technology in automotive mechatronics had been learned during the involvement
such as body control, stability control, safety of real problems solving such as planning,
system, powertrain control. design, construction and management of
the projects.
Course Outcomes CO2: Propose a practical problem that exits,
identify the company or department
CO1: Evaluate the basic theories behind the structure and recognize the job scope of
current and future trends in specific post in the organization.
automotive mechatronic system. CO3: Integrate interpersonal skills with
CO2: Assess simulation models and controls of professional ethics to be excellent,
the advanced technology in automotive motivated and responsible to the creator.
mechatronic systems and implement a
real-time controller on an automotive
mechatronic system through the use of BHA 3912 Internship
rapid control prototyping. Credit Hour: 2
CO3: Manipulate skills to a variety of automotive Prerequisite: None
mechatronic systems and automotive
safety systems. Synopsis

This training exposes the students to professional


BHA 3523 Mechanical Vibrations skills and experience in aspect of mechanical
Credit Hour: 3 engineering practice. The exposure will help to
Prerequisite: None produce an excellent, responsible and good
attitude.
Synopsis
Course Outcomes
This course introduces fundamental of vibration,
free vibration response for single, two and multi CO1: Evaluate professional engineering skills at
degree of Freedom, harmonically excited vibration industry level.
response for single and two DOF system, CO2: Evaluate the theory that had been learned
vibration absorbers and isolators, whirling of during the involvement of real problems
shafts, basics of modal testing, balancing of solving such as planning, design,
rotating machines and others vibration construction and management of the
measurement techniques. projects.
CO3: Organise practical solution for problems in
companies or departments and recognize
Course Outcomes the job scope of specific post in the
organization.
CO1: Synthesise vibrational elements and CO4: Integrate interpersonal skills with
dynamic behaviour of the mechanical professional ethics to be an excellent,
systems. motivated and responsible to the creator.
CO2: Formulate the solutions to vibration
problems that contain free-vibration and
forced-vibration analysis of one, two and
multi degree of freedom systems 3931 Internship Follow Up

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Credit Hour: 1 BHA 4102 Finite Element Method 2


Prerequisite: None Credit Hour: 2
Prerequisite: BHA Finite Element Method 1
Synopsis
Synopsis
This training exposes the students to professional
skills and experience in aspect of mechanical This course covers the application of FEM to
engineering practice. The exposure will help to solving solid mechanics, structural and scalar field
produce an excellent, responsible and good problems, and finite element analysis of real world
attitude. problems using FE software(s).

Course Outcomes Course Outcomes

CO1: Practice basic professional engineering CO1: Evaluate FE equations for solid
skills at industry level and relate the theory mechanics, structural and scalar field
that had been learned during the problems
involvement of real problems solving such CO2: Evaluate an appropriate FE model of real
as planning, design, construction and world problems and analyze the resulting
management of the projects. system using FE software
CO2: Evaluate solutions to practical problems in
companies or department structures and
recognize the job scope of specific post in BHA 4224 Automotive Engineering
the organization. Credit Hour: 4
Prerequisite: None

BHA 3223 Synopsis


Internal Combustion Engine
Credit Hour: 3 This course introduces workshop safety, the
Prerequisite: None workings of automotive engines and the
supporting systems, the workings of the
Synopsis automotive electrical, electronic and HVAC
systems, the operation of the drivetrain, and the
This course provides the foundation whole automotive chassis.
understanding on the fundamental of internal
combustion engine which including design, Course Outcomes
operating parameters, thermo-chemistry reaction
for various combustion cycles, emission CO1: Develop the function of an automotive
formation, effect to environment and its control engine in terms of cycles, types,
method. By accomplish significant projects such classification and construction as well as
as component assembly, flow, performance, engine performance.
emission test and etc, student own a platform to CO2: Synthesise the function of automotive
build up professional techniques to design and engine systems such as fueling, valve
conduct validating experiment. train, intake, exhaust, supercharging,
turbocharging, lubricating, cooling and
Course Outcomes emission control.
CO3: Compile the function of automotive
CO1: Construct engine performance and the electrical, electronic, HVAC System and
effect of design parametric changes and Engine Management System.
also engine performance using the CO4: Demonstrate the function of the manual
fundamental principles of thermodynamic. and automatic transmission, front and rear
CO2: Combining performances using various drive axle, four wheel drive system and the
thermodynamic cycles for ideal engines automotive chassis, which include the
analysis. suspension, steering and braking system.
CO3: Compiling engine performance using detail
analysis and differentiate the normal,
abnormal combustion, and the effect of
operational parametric changes on
exhaust pollutant emissions
CO4: Organizing the impact of professional
engineering solutions in the engine types,
instrumentation and conduct the actual
analysis of engines.

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CO4: Construct value analysis and cost and risk


BHA 4532 Computational Fluid Dynamics assessment.
Credit Hour: 2
Prerequisite: None
BHA 4022 Project Management
Synopsis Credit Hour: 2
Prerequisite: None
This subject is to introduce the fundamental and
application of simulation of fluid mechanics Synopsis
phenomenon and solving fluids problem via
simulation. Holistic approaches of programming This course introduces the project management
and commercial software are essentials towards concepts in order to enhance the skills and
solving, analyzing and evaluating the results of managerial abilities and provide a holistic and
fluid mechanics problem-based simulation. The integrative view of project management. The
objective of this subject is to provide the basic of covered areas for project management are
simulation focusing on fluid problem which is from strategic management, organization structure and
mathematical model such as Navier Stokes culture, project management, cost estimating and
equation and solve it numerically with the aid of budgeting and project plan.
programming software. The next step is to
understand and utilize commercial software to Course Outcomes
solve engineering fluid problem base on actual
physical shape appearance which is more CO1: Analyze life cycle of the projects and
complex boundaries. project management organizational
structures
Course Outcomes CO2: Evaluate various frameworks and
techniques of strategic plans of
CO1: Analyze the fundamental concepts of CFD management and work breakdown
and governing equations structure (WBS) and project scheduling
CO2: Evaluate computational methods and CO3: Construct various methods for estimating
simulation results of fluid problem project costs and analyze the project risk
management.

BHA 4704 Team Oriented Project Study


Credit Hour: 4
Prerequisite: None BHA 4902 Preparation For Bachelor Thesis
Bachelor Thesis
Synopsis Credit Hour: 2
Prerequisite:
After the students have analyzed the main
problem, they independently design and Synopsis
determine the specifications and requirements of
the product. The documents are presented in form Preparation for Bachelor thesis prepares students
of a role play in which the participants act as for real professional approach to engineering
another character, e.g. manager or customer, to studies. Students will be prepared to utilise their
discuss and improve the relevant documents. This engineering knowledge and technical skill to solve
mid-term presentations emulate industrial project an engineering problems.
team meetings with a fixed agenda, protocol,
leadership, voting procedures, kick-off etc. They Course Outcomes
are followed by the evaluation phase which
includes a value analysis and cost and risk CO1: Determine project planning, design,
assessment. After the final kick-off meeting of the construction and management of the
team session phase, the design and project and theory that had been learned
manufacturing process starts. This phase is to solve the problems.
critically accompanied by more reviews and
CO2: Evaluate project solution based on project
laboratory presentations. At the end of the
methodology.
semester, the finished product is being publically
presented.

Course Outcomes

CO1: Propose model dynamic systems


CO2: Design dynamic systems with modern
software
CO3: Assemble proposed design and
manufacturing of product.

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BHA 4904 Bachelor Thesis BHA 4931 Final Examination


Credit Hour: 4 Credit Hour: 1
Prerequisite: Has passed more than 80 Credit Prerequisite: None
hours
Synopsis
Synopsis
This course will test the content of all lectures wia
Bachelor thesis on the real professional approach written examination, viva and presentation.
to engineering studies. Students will utilise their
engineering knowledge and technical skill to solve Course Outcomes
an engineering problems. For this reason, the use
of projects as a transport for teaching and for CO1: Apply related content of the lectures and
integration of subject area is strongly encouraged bachelor thesis in order to show profound
throughout the programme. technical knowledge
CO2: Practice communication on technical
Course Outcomes subjects.

CO1: Propose project planning, design,


construction and management of the
projects. and evaluate the theory that had
been learned to solve the problems.
CO2: Develop project solution based on project
methodology.
CO3: Assess practical solution for problems in
project through data collection, data
analysis and discussion
CO4: Analyse research findings into a technical
report.

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CURRICULUM STRUCTURE FOR DIPLOMA OF


MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 2016/2017 DMM1423 Electrical & Electronic Technology
Credit Hour: 3
Prerequisite: None
DMM1312 Computer Programming
Credit Hour: 2 Synopsis
Prerequisite: None
This course introduces the fundamental of electric
Synopsis circuit, circuit network analysis, inductance and
capacitance. The electronics technology involved with
This course formally introduces the concept of basic understanding of usage and application of
computers, algorithms, pseudo code, problem solving, semiconductors devices: diodes, transistor, and digital
and programming languages. The programming logic circuits.
language introduced in this course is C.
Course Outcomes
Course Outcomes
CO1: Interpret electric series and parallel circuits.
CO1: Interpret the computers and computing CO2: Apply Ohm’s Law and Kirchoff’s Law to calculate
fundamentals. current, voltage, resistance and power.
CO2: Utilize C programmes structure, printing and CO3: Calculate equivalent capacitance or inductance
comments and construct C programmes with the connected either in series or in parallel.
desired input/ output. CO4: Describe and analyze the fundamental operation
CO3: Construct C programmes with most suitable of semiconductor diodes performance.
variables to perform correct arithmetic operations CO5: Solve the digital electronics circuits, Boolean
and math functions. Algebra and design of logic circuits.
CO4: Construct C programmes with control structure
and looping.
CO5: Construct C programmes with functions and DMM1512 Computer Aided Design
numeric arrays. Credit Hour: 2
Prerequisite: None

DMM1412 Engineering Drawing Synopsis


Credit Hour: 2
Prerequisite: None This subject is designed to teach engineering drawing to
the students using Computer Aided Design Drawing
Synopsis (CAD) software. This will include from beginning to
intermediate levels of CAD. Students should be able to
This course exposes and implements the core draw 2D as well as 3D drawing standard upon
engineering drawing knowledge to students. Students completion of this course.
will learn the standard engineering drawing and its rules.
This course is critical to students before they are Course Outcomes
exposed to Computer Aided Engineering, CAD course,
DMM 1512 in the following semester. CO1: Explain basic knowledge in engineering drawing
principles and standard practice using CAD
Course Outcomes fundamentals.
CO2: Apply knowledge and techniques to create
CO1: Understand and interpret symbols of engineering standardised CAD related to engineering product
drawing as a communicating language. design by using CAD software.
CO2: Draw basic shapes and tangencies and simple CO3: Define and differentiate the different functions
First/Third angle Projection. and interfaces of other CAD software.
CO3: Draw and interpret First and Third angle CO4: Able to use CAD software to produce a technical
projections include cross-section. drawing of 2D and 3D components on project
CO4: Draw and interpret auxiliary view, isometric views based.
and tolerance.
CO5: Draw and interpret simple assembled and section
views in Third/First angle projection.

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DMM1523 Engineering Materials DMM1911 Mechanical Technology Laboratory 1


Credit Hour: 3 Prerequisite: None
Prerequisite: None
Synopsis
Synopsis
This course introduces students with safe working
This course introduce students to the fundamentals of habits, reading blueprints, identification, care and use
engineering materials which include application, atomic basic measuring instruments, layout methods & basic
bonding, crystals structure, mechanical and physical hand tools. Emphasis is placed on operation of drill
properties, corrosion and degradation mechanism, press, lathe & pedestal grinder.
microstructure analysis, phase diagram, ferrous and
non-ferrous alloys, polymer and advanced materials and Course Outcomes
issues in economic, environmental, societal of materials
engineering. CO1: Recognize unsafe conditions and practices in a
workshop.
Course Outcomes CO2: Practice the basic fundamentals of the use of
basic measuring instruments, read and interpret
CO1: Explain the classification of engineering materials blue prints.
and describe its applications. CO3: Identify and use common hand tools.
CO2: Analyse and evaluate the mechanical, physical CO4: Make correct selection and use of saws, drill and
and chemical properties engineering materials. pedestal grinder.
CO3: Analyse and explain metal alloys microstructure, CO5: Safely perform the various basic turning
phase diagram and heat treatment processes. operations.
CO4: Analyse and explain ferrous and non-ferrous
alloys microstructure, strengthening mechanism
and its applications. DMM 1921 Mechanical Technology Laboratory 2
CO5: Analyse and define the polymeric materials and Credit Hour: 1
advanced materials classification. Prerequisite: DMM1911 Mechanical Technology
Laboratory 1

DMM1532 Statics Synopsis


Credit Hour: 2
Prerequisite: DUF 1113 The course provides workshop practice, giving students
hands-on experience of some of milling operations and
Synopsis surface & cylindrical grinding operations.

This course introduces students to mechanics, force Course Outcomes


vector, equilibrium of particles, force system resultants,
equilibrium of rigid body, structural analysis, friction, CO1: Safely perform various basic milling operations.
centroids and centre of gravity and moment of inertia. CO2: Safely perform the surface grinding process.

Course Outcomes

CO1: Solve force vector operation and resultant


systems problem by using SI units and applying
the Newton's Law of Motion.
CO2: Solve equilibrium of particle and rigid body
problems.
CO3: Solve structural analysis problems.
CO4: Solve friction problems.
CO5: Solve centroid and centre of gravity problems.

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DMM2412 Metrology
Credit Hour: 2 DMM2523 Dynamics
Prerequisite: None Credit Hour: 3
Prerequisite: DMM 1532
Synopsis
Synopsis
This course covers the engineering measuring
instruments such as micrometer, Vernier calliper, This course introduces kinematics of particles, kinetics
mechanical dial indicator, gauge block, surface plate, of particles utilizing force and acceleration principles,
instruments for testing angle and gauges as well as kinetics of particles utilizing work and energy principles,
principles of surface metrology and roundness kinetics of particles utilizing impulse and momentum
measurement. The relationship of drawing dimensions to principles, planar kinematics of rigid bodies and planar
the measurement of parts, precision, accuracy and kinetics of rigid bodies utilizing force and acceleration
measurement errors are also discussed. principles.

Course Outcomes Course Outcomes

CO1: Explain the fundamental of inspections and CO1: Solve kinematics of particle problems.
procedures by utilizing various methods and CO2: Solve kinetics of particles problems utilizing
techniques. force-acceleration and work-energy principles.
CO2: Identify measurement errors and platform CO3: Solve kinetics of particles problems utilizing
preventive or corrective actions. impulse and momentum principles.
CO3: Demonstrate and inspection of linear and angular CO4: Solve planar kinematics of rigid-body problems.
measurements using various measurement CO5: Solve planar kinetics of rigid body problems
instrument. utilizing force and acceleration principles.
CO4: Describe and identify the principles of surface
metrology and calculate surface roughness by
various methods. DMM2533 Fluid Mechanics
CO5: Describe and identify the principles of roundness Credit Hour: 3
measurement by using various methods. Prerequisite: None

Synopsis
DMM2513 Solid Mechanics
Credit Hour: 3 This course introduces properties of fluids, fluid statics,
Prerequisite: DMM 1532 fluid in motion, flow measurement, friction in fluid flow
and pumps & pumping.
Synopsis
Course Outcomes
This course introduces the concept of stress and strain
under axial loading, torsion, pure bending, analysis and CO1: Apply the basic concepts and terminology of fluid
design of beam for bending as well as deflection of mechanics.
beam. CO2: Apply tables of property data for fluids properties
of pure substances.
Course Outcomes CO3: Apply concepts of fluid in motion.
CO4: Solve the problems involving analysis of flow
CO1: Solve the simple stress problems in load-bearing measurement and fluid friction.
structures. CO5: Understand the concept of flow, work and pump
CO2: Solve the stresses and strains in structural to the typical problems.
members subjected to axial loads.
CO3: Solve the circular shafts subjected to twisting
couples or torques.
CO4: Solve the stresses and strains in prismatic
members subjected to pure bending and
transverse loading by using shear force and
bending moment diagram.
CO5: Solve beam deflection problems.

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DMM2633 Manufacturing Technology


DMM2543 Thermodynamics Credit Hour: 3
Credit Hour: 3 Prerequisite: None
Prerequisite: None
Synopsis
Synopsis
This course provides basic principles in machining
This course includes a study of properties of a system, processes and machine tools, forming and shaping,
properties of pure substance, first law and second law of joining and metal-casting processes, and non-traditional
thermodynamics and entropy. manufacturing processes used in manufacturing.

Course Outcomes Course Outcomes

CO1: Apply the basic concepts of thermodynamics and CO1: Explain the definition and importance of
properties of pure substances. manufacturing.
CO2: Apply the concept of heat, work and mass to CO2: Identify and compare different types of machining
typical problems. processes and machine tools in manufacturing.
CO3: Solve the problems involving first law & second CO3: Distinguish of various kinds of forming and
law analysis of thermodynamics systems. shaping processes and equipment.
CO4: Solve the entropy changes problems for pure CO4: Explain about joining and metal-casting
substances and ideal gas. processes and equipment.

DMM2632 Industrial Design DMM3623 Hydraulics & Pneumatics Technology


Credit Hour: 2 Credit Hour: 3
Prerequisite: None Prerequisite: None

Synopsis Synopsis

This course introduces students on how to formulate This course provides the necessary information of
product design development problem for simple hydraulics and pneumatics for automation application
mechanical components and systems through lectures purposed. It will cover all information of hydraulics and
and design projects. A large portion of this class lectures pneumatics such as, pump, cylinders, fluid control
will be devoted into class projects and product valves and hydraulics and pneumatics circuit.
fabrication job.
Course Outcomes
Course Outcomes
CO1: Design hydraulics and pneumatics circuits.
CO1: Define the term of Industrial Design and express CO2: Design electro hydraulics and electro-pneumatics
the importance of Industrial Design. circuit.
CO2: Describe the steps of identifying customer needs. CO3: Design and simulate pneumatic/hydraulic system
CO3: Define and construct product design using PLC (Programmable Logic Controller).
specifications.
CO4: Identify and practice concept generation and
concept selection process.

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DMM3663 CNC Technology DMM3914 Final Year Project


Credit Hour: 3 Credit Hour: 4
Prerequisite: None Prerequisite: Passed more than 60 credit hours

Synopsis Synopsis

This course is a study of the CNC machining technology This course involves the project assignment to the
which focuses on the understanding and application of students concerning selected topics related to the
CNC profile and 2-D contouring. A proper selection of mechanical engineering. The technical project requires
jig needs to be considered so as not to overlap with the a particular design of appropriate equipment/system,
profile and 2-D contouring. The profile is then simulated development of the manufacturing process, testing and
using CNC simulator, and finally, a CNC project is analysis of the system or equipment, and preparation
developed from the simulation. and presentation of the project report.

Course Outcomes Course Outcomes

CO1: Explain basic CNC machine system. CO1: Plan the project development flow based on
CO2: Develop CNC programme manually. proper methods.
CO3: Understand process planning for machining CO2: Establish techniques for literature review and
process. independently perform the ability to gather
CO4: Present the completed product of the machining information.
process. CO3: Utilise technical knowledge to finish the project
and solve the problems.
CO4: Communicate effectively during project
DMM3673 Mechanical Design presentations and build up specific for report
Credit Hour: 3 writing.
Prerequisite: None

Synopsis DMM3999 Industrial Training


Credit Hour: 9
This course introduces simple design processes of Prerequisite: Pass all core subjects with the status
machine components for static and dynamic loading. “Kedudukan Baik (KB)” on current evaluation.
Machine elements design includes screws, bolts,
fasteners, welded joints, springs and shafts, as well as Synopsis
keys.
This training exposes students to professional skills and
Course Outcomes experience in aspects related to mechanical engineering
practices. The exposure will help to shape and produce
CO1: Understand the fundamentals of machine design future technical assistants of high responsibility, positive
and apply knowledge of mechanical elements for attitude, and able to face all challenges in their career
non-permanent joint including screws, bolts and development.
fasteners.
CO2: Understand and apply knowledge of welding and Course Outcomes
permanent joints.
CO3: Understand and apply knowledge of mechanical CO1: Practice basic professional engineering skills at
springs. industry level.
CO4: Understand and apply knowledge of shafts, keys CO2: Practice and relate the theory that had been
and coupling. learned during the involvement of real problems
solving such as planning design, construction
and management of the projects.
CO3: Identify and solve practical problems that exist.
CO4: Identify the company or organizational structure
and recognize the job scope of specific positions
in the organization.
CO5: Build up interpersonal skills and professional
ethics to become excellent, motivated and
responsible to the Creator.

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DMM3993 Industrial Training Report


Credit Hour: 3
Prerequisite: Pass all core subjects with the status
“Kedudukan Baik (KB)” on current evaluation.

Synopsis

Following the Industrial Training, this course trains the


final year students to write professional reports related to
the experience and exposure gathered during the
Industrial Training.

Course Outcomes

CO1: Practice basic professional engineering skills at


industry level.
CO2: Practice and relate the theory that had been
learned during the involvement of real problems
solving such as planning, design, construction
and management of the projects.
CO3: Identify and solve practical problems that exist.
CO4: Identify the company or organizational structure
and recognize the job scope of specific positions
in the organization.
CO5: Build up interpersonal skills and professional
ethics to be excellent, motivated and responsible
to the Creator

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FACULTY OF INDUSTRIAL SCIENCES AND


TECHNOLOGY

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FACULTY OF INDUSTRIAL SCIENCES AND TECHNOLOGY

INTRODUCTION

The Faculty of Industrial Sciences & Technology, Universiti Malaysia Pahang was established in May
2008 with the initial offering of the Bachelor of Applied Sciences (Hons) Industrial Chemistry during
the 2008/2009 Academic Session, followed by the Bachelor of Applied Sciences (Hons) Industrial
Biotechnology during the 2009/2010 Session. The latest programme addition is the Bachelor of Applied
Sciences (Hons) Material Technology with the first intake of students during the 2012/2013 Session.

The main objective of the faculty is to address the need for increased manpower requirements in Science
and Technology. It also aligns efforts to increase knowledgeable and competent human capital especially
Research Scientist and Engineers (RSE) as well as technical support for petrochemical, oleo-chemical,
bio resources, and material technology based industries.

The faculty staff is headed by a Dean. The Dean is assisted by Deputy Deans, Heads of Programmes and
Assistant Registrar.

PROGRAMMES OFFERED

• Bachelor of Applied Science (Honours) - Industrial Chemistry


• Bachelor of Applied Science (Honours) - Industrial Biotechnology
• Bachelor of Applied Science (Honours) – Material Technology

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CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

Bachelor of Applied Science (Honours) - Industrial Chemistry

• Chemist
• Technologist
• Quality Control Officer
• Consultant
• Academician
• Process Engineer
• Sales & Marketing Representative
• Researcher
• Science Officer
• Entrepreneur
• Any position related to chemical sciences

Bachelor of Applied Science (Honours) - Industrial Biotechnology

• Research associates
• Scientist (Biochemist,Microbiologist,Molecular Biologist etc)
• Associate Scientist Director
• Scientific Director
• Project Manager and Technical Service Manager
• Quality Control Analyst
• Clinical Researchers
• Regulatory Affairs
• Marketing and Sales
• Patent/Intellectual Property Attorney
• Molecular Modeller
• Biotechnology Entrepreneur
• Production Engineers
• Medical Laboratory technologist
• Safety Officer

Bachelor of Applied Science (Honours) – Material Technology

• Reseach officer
• Science Officer
• Lecturer
• Scientist
• Material analyst
• QA/QC executive
• Manufacturing officer
• Sales executive
• Sales & Marketing Representative
• Technoprenuer

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CURRICULUM STRUCTURE
BACHELOR OF APPLIED SCIENCES (HONS.) INDUSTRIAL CHEMISTRY

YEAR FIRST SECOND THIRD FOURTH

SEM FIRST SECOND FIRST SECOND FIRST SECOND FIRST SECOND

UHL2422 UHL2432 BSK4153


UHR1012 UHL2412 UHF2**1 BSK4608
ENGLISH FOR English for BSK3143 ADVANCED
Islamic and Asian English for Academic FOREIGN INDUSTRIAL
TECHNICAL Professional UNIT OPERATION INSTRUMENTATION
Civilization Communication LANGUAGE II TRAINING
COMMUNICATION Communication TECHNIQUE

BCS1023 UHL4012 BSK3472 BSK4314 BSK4614


UQB1**1 UHS1012 UGE2002 TECHNO-
PROGRAMMING ELECTIVE SOCIAL UNIT OPERATION FINAL YEAR INDUSTRIAL
CO-CURICCULUM I SOFTSKILL I PRENEURSHIP
TECHNIQUES SCIENCES LABORATORY PROJECT II TRAINING REPORT

BSK3153
BSK1103 BSK1143 UHF1**1 UQ*2**1
UHS2011 ORGANIC BSK3**3
UNDERGRADUATE PROSPECTUS 2016/2017

ORGANIC INORGANIC FOREIGN CO-CURRICULUM


SOFTSKILL II CHEMISTRY ELECTIVE IV
CHEMISTRY CHEMISTRY LANGUAGE I II
PROCESS

BSK1402 BSK1422
BSK2143 UHM2022 BSK3103 BSK3302
ORGANIC INORGANIC BSK3**3
INSTRUMENTATION ETHNIC ORGANIC FINAL YEAR
CHEMISTRY CHEMISTRY ELECTIVE V
METHOD RELATIONS SPECTROSCOPY PROJECT I
LABORATORY LABORATORY

BSK2442 BSK3462
BSK1133 BSK1153 BSK2133

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INSTRUMENTATION ORGANIC BSK3**3
PHYSICAL ANALYTICAL SEPARATION
METHOD SPECTROSCOPY ELECTIVE II
CHEMISTRY CHEMISTRY TECHNIQUE
LABORATORY LABORATORY

BS1412 BSK1432 BSK3163


BSK2183 BSK2123
PHYSICAL ANALYTICAL INORGANIC BSK3**3
THERMO MATERIAL
CHEMISTRY CHEMISTRY CHEMISTRY ELECTIVE III

FACULTY & PROGRAMME COURSES


DYNAMICS CHEMISTRY
LABORATORY LABORATORY PROCESS

BSK2223
BSK2452
BUM2413 LABORATORY
BUM2123 MATERIAL BSK3**3
APPLIED QUALITY
APPLIED CALCULUS CHEMISTRY ELECTIVE I
STATISTICS MANAGEMENT &
LABORATORY
VALIDATION

BPT1113
BSF1212 BSF2112
OPERATION &
LABORATORY INDUSTRIAL
PRODUCTION IN
SAFETY QUALITY
INDUSTRIAL
MANAGEMENT MANAGEMENT
MANAGEMENT

TOTAL CREDIT 18 18 18 17 15 16 13 12

TOTAL CREDIT
FOR 127
GRADUATION
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ELECTIVE COURSES FOR


BACHELOR OF APPLIED SCIENCES (HONS.) INDUSTRIAL CHEMISTRY

CREDIT
NO. CODE COURSE
HOUR
1 BSK3513 PETROCHEMISTRY 3

2 BSK3523 OLEOCHEMISTRY 3

3 BSK3533 POLYMER CHEMISTRY 3

FLAVOR AND FRAGRANCE


4 BSK3573 3
CHEMISTRY

5 BSK3583 ELECTROCHEMISTRY 3

6 BSK3593 ENVIRONMENTAL CHEMISTRY 3

7 BSK3613 RENEWABLE ENERGY 3

FOOD AND AGRICULTURE


8 BSK3623 3
CHEMISTRY

9 BSK3633 MEDICINAL CHEMISTRY 3

TOTAL MINIMUM CREDITS OF ELECTIVE COURSES FOR


16
GRADUATION

186
FACULTY OF INDUSTRIAL SCIENCES AND TECHNOLOGY
CURRICULUM STRUCTURE
BACHELOR OF APPLIED SCIENCES (HONS.) INDUSTRIAL BIOTECHNOLOGY

YEAR FIRST SECOND THIRD FOURTH

SEM FIRST SECOND FIRST SECOND FIRST SECOND FIRST SECOND

BSB3163
UHM2022 UHL2312 UQB1011 BSB4608
UHS1011 UHF2**1FOREIGN PLANT AND EXTRACTION AND
ETHNIC TECHNICAL CO-CURRICULUM INDUSTRIAL
SOFT SKILLS I LANGUAGE II MAMMALIAN CELL BIOSEPARATION
RELATIONSHIP ENGLISH I TRAINING
TECHNOLOGY

BSB3442
UHR1012 BSB4422 BSSB4604
BCS1023 PLANT AND
ISLAMIC & ASIAN UHL2322 UQ*20** UHS1011SOFT SKILLS EXTRACTION AND INDUSTRIAL
PROGRAMMING MAMMALIAN CELL
CIVILIZATION I TECHNICAL WRITING CO-CURRICULUM II II BIOSEPARATION TRAINING
TECHNIQUES TECHNOLOGY
(TITAS) LABORATORY REPORT
LABORATORY

BUM2123 BUM24113 BSB2223 UHF1**1 UHL2332 BSB4324


UNDERGRADUATE PROSPECTUS 2016/2017

BSB3312
APPLIED APPLIED LABORATORY QUALITY FOREIGN LANGUAGE ACADEMIC REPORT FINAL YEAR
FINAL YEAR PROJECT I
CALCULUS STATISTICS MANAGEMENT & I WRITING PROJECT II
VALIDATION

BSF1202
BSB2173 BSB2143
LABORATORY BSB1173 BSB3113GENE BSB35*3 BSB35*3
CELL AND MOLECULAR ENZYME
SAFETY MICROBIOLOGY TECHNOLOGY ELECTIVE I ELECTIVE III
BIOLOGY TECHNOLOGY
MANAGEMENT

187
BSB2452
BSB1432 BSB2472 BSB3472GENE
BSB1113 ENZYME BSB35*3
MICROBIOLOGY CELL AND MOLECULAR TECHNOLOGY
BIOCHEMISTRY TECHNOLOGY ELECTIVE II
LABORATORY BIOLOGY LABORATORY
LABORATORY
LABORATORY

FACULTY & PROGRAMME COURSES


BSB1402 BSB1133 BSB2173 BSB2193
BSB3123BIOPROCESS UGE2002TECHNO-
BIOCHEMISTRY ORGANIC BIOANALYTICAL INDUSTRIAL
TECHNOLOGY PRENEURSHIP
LABORATORY CHEMISTRY CHEMISTRY MICROBIOLOGY

BSB1422 BSB2442 BSB2462


BSB1102 BSB3482BIOPROCESS
ORGANIC BIOANALYTICAL INDUSTRIAL
BIOPHYSICAL TECHNOLOGY
CHEMISTRY CHEMISTRY MICROBIOLOGY
CHEMISTRY LABORATORY
LABORATORY LABORATORY LABORATORY

BSB1112
BSB2122 BSF2112 UHE33**2
INDUSTRIAL
GENETICS INDUSTRY QUALITY ELECTIVE CMHLS
BIOTECHNOLOGY
MANAGEMENT

BPT1113
OPERATION &
PRODUCTION IN
INDUSTRIAL
MANAGEMENT

TOTAL CREDIT 18 18 18 18 16 15 12 12

TOTAL CREDIT
FOR 127
GRADUATION
UNDERGRADUATE PROSPECTUS 2016/2017

ELECTIVE COURSES FOR


BACHELOR OF APPLIED SCIENCES (HONS.) INDUSTRIAL BIOTECHNOLOGY

CREDIT
NO. CODE COURSE
HOUR
1 BSB3573 REACTOR DESIGN 3

2 BSB33583 ADVANCED ENZYME TECHNOLOGY 3

3 BSB3593 BIOSENSOR TECHNOLOGY 3

4 BSB3503 BIOMANUFACTURING 3

5 BSB3563 BIOREMEDIATION 3

TOTAL MINIMUM CREDITS OF ELECTIVE COURSES FOR GRADUATION 12

188
FACULTY OF INDUSTRIAL SCIENCES AND TECHNOLOGY
CURRICULUM STRUCTURE
BACHELOR OF APPLIED SCIENCES (HONS.) MATERIAL TECHNOLOGY

YEAR FIRST SECOND THIRD FOURTH

SEM FIRST SECOND FIRST SECOND FIRST SECOND FIRST SECOND

BSP4172
BSP1113 BSP1133 BSP2153 BSP2163 BSP3183 BSP4608
BSP3112 MATERIAL
MECHANICS & ORGANIC MATERIAL SCIENCE & COLLOID & SURFACE FAILURE INDUSTRIAL
CERAMICS SELECTION &
THERMODYNAMICS CHEMISTRY TECHNOLOGY SCIENCE ANALYSIS TRAINING
PROCESSING
BSP1123 BSP4614
BSP1173 BSP2123
ELECTRICITY, BSP2193 BSP3153 BSP3173 BSP*5*3 INDUSTRIAL
INORGANIC MATERIAL
MAGNETISM & RHEOLOGY POLYMERS CORROSION ELECTIVE III TRAINING
CHEMISTRY CHARACTERIZATION
OPTICS REPORT
UNDERGRADUATE PROSPECTUS 2016/2017

BSP3462 BSP3452
BSP1402 BSP2422 BSP2432
CHEMISTRY POLYMER & ADVANCED BSP*5*3
PHYSICS MATERIAL SCIENCE & RHEOLOGY & COLLOID
LABORATORY COMPOSITE MATERIAL ELECTIVE IV
LABORATORY SOLID STATE LAB LAB
LABORATORY LABORATORY

BPT1113
BSP3472
UHR 1012 BSP1113 OPERATION & BSP3302 BSP4314
BSP2113 METAL &
ISLAMIC AND ASIAN PHYSICAL PRODUCTION IN FINAL YEAR FINAL YEAR
SOLID STATE PHYSICS CERAMIC
CIVILIZATION CHEMISTRY INDUSTRIAL PROJECT I PROJECT II
LABORATORY
MANAGEMENT

189
BSF1212
BSF2112 UHF 2**1
PROGRAMMING LABORATORY UGE 2002 BSP3162 BSP*5*3
INDUSTRY QUALITY FOREIGN
TECHNIQUE SAFETY TECHNOPRENEURSHIP COMPOSITES ELECTIVE I
MANAGEMENT LANGUAGE II
MANAGEMENT
UHL 2422 UHE 3**2
BUM2413
BUM2123 UHM 2022 ENGLISH FOR ELECTIVE BSP*5*3
APPLIED
APPLIED CALCULUS ETHNIC RELATIONS TECHNICAL PBMSK/SCIENCE ELECTIVE I

FACULTY & PROGRAMME COURSES


STATISTICS
COMMUNICATION SOCIAL

UHL 2432
UHL 2412
UHS1011 ENGLISH FOR UHF 1**1
ENGLISH FOR UHS 2011
SOFT SKILLS I PROFESSIONAL FOREIGN
ACADEMIC SOFT SKILLS II
ACADEMIC LANGUAGE I
COMMUNICATION
WRITING REPORT

UQ* 2**1
UQB 1**1
CO-CURRICULUM
CO-CURRICULUM 1
2

TOTAL CREDIT 16 17 18 19 16 17 13 12

TOTAL CREDIT
FOR 128
GRADUATION
UNDERGRADUATE PROSPECTUS 2016/2017

ELECTIVE COURSES FOR


BACHELOR OF APPLIED SCIENCES (HONS.) MATERIAL TECHNOLOGY

NO. CODE COURSE CREDIT HOUR

1 BSP3503 SOLAR CELL TECHNOLOGY 3

2 BSP3513 ELECTRONIC CERAMICS 3

3 BSP3523 LIQUID CRYSTAL TECHNOLOGY 3

4 BSP3533 SUPERCAPACITOR TECHNOLOGY 3

5 BSP3543 THIN FILM TECHNOLOGY 3

6 BSP3553 ADVANCED SOLID STATE PHYSICS 3

7 BSP4523 RECYCLE TECHNOLOGY 3

8 BSP4533 MOLECULAR MODELING 3

9 BSP4543 SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICES 3

10 BSP4553 COMPUTATIONAL PHYSICS 3

11 BSP4563 NANOMATERIAL TECHNOLOGY 3

TOTAL MINIMUM CREDITS OF ELECTIVE COURSES FOR GRADUATION 12

190
UNDERGRADUATE PROSPECTUS 2016/2017

CURRICULUM STRUCTURE FOR BACHELOR OF CO1: Describe the concept of cell and
APPLIED SCIENCES (HONS.) INDUSTRIAL molecular biology.
BIOTECHNOLOGY CO2: Discuss the principle of basic
techniques in cell and molecular
BSF2222 Laboratory Quality Management biology.
Credit Hour: 2 CO3: Relate the principles of basic
Prerequisite : None techniques in cell and molecular
biology to their suitable application.
Synopsis CO4: Demonstrate cell structures and able to
relate to its function.
The purpose of this course is to introduce to you the CO5: Convey ideas clearly and effectively, as
comparable GLP and ISO 17025 Principles and well as giving feedback on given topics.
Requirements for high-stakes testing and calibration
laboratories. The course will address the quality BSB2472 Cell And Molecular Biology
infrastructure supporting testing and research Laboratory
laboratory management so one become familiar with Credit Hour: 2
many aspects of laboratory quality management and Prerequisite : None
how to achieve recognition and certification. Upon
successful completion of this course, students will have Synopsis
a firm grasp of the technical and philosophical aspects
of laboratory quality management and will have the In this course, students will be introduced and
skills to initiate laboratory quality management for practice modern biotechnology laboratory
high-stakes testing and research programs. techniques and theories. The topics that will
be covered are proper laboratory equipments
Course Outcomes handling and techniques such as nucleic acid
isolation and purification for Deoxyribo-
CO1: Demonstarate understanding of 12 Essentials Nucleic Acid (DNA) cloning, polymerase chain
of Lab Quality Management System. reaction (PCR) and gel electrophoresis
CO2: Communicate effectively of 12 Essentials of analysis. In addition, students will be exposed
Lab Quality Management System. to basic tools for analysis of genes.
CO3: Demonstrate awareness of the importants of
Lab Quality Management System to the Course Outcomes
institution, environment and community.
CO1: Relate the fundamental theories with
BSB2133 Cell And Molecular Biology laboratory experiments
Credit Hour: 3 CO2: Demonstrate skills in performing cell
Prerequisite : None and molecular biology experiments
CO3: Demonstrate skills in handling cell and
Synopsis molecular biology-related equipment
CO4: Analyze, Interpret and relate
This course discusses fundamental concepts of cell experimental data with the fundamental
biology, structure and function of cellular organelles theories
and it’s their biomolecules. Emphasis will be given on CO5: Communicate through report writing
compositions, structures and functions of cell CO6: Work in team during laboratory session
membrane and concepts of cell division. The course
also includes discussions on applications of cell biology
such as cancer, pathogen infections and stem cells.
Concepts of molecular biology, gene expressions and
its control are also discussed. Brief introductions on
techniques of molecular biology such as DNA/RNA
extraction, polymerase chain reaction (PCR), and gene
cloning also explained in this course.
Course Outcome:

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BSB1113 Biochemistry CO2: Apply fundamental knowledge of


Credit Hour: 3 analytical biochemistry for their
Prerequisite : None applications
CO3: Compare and contrast the function of
Synopsis each analytical instrument with their
potential application in research as well
The course is designed to study the physical and as industries
biochemical characteristics of biomolecules including CO4: Work in group to solve biochemical
nucleic acids, proteins, carbohydrates and lipids. calculation assignment related to
Important pathways for biosynthesis and degradation of analytical instrument
nucleic acids, proteins, carbohydrates and lipids will be
discussed. Production of energy from carbohydrate and BSB1402 Biochemistry Laboratory
lipids and the related metabolisms will also be Credit Hour: 2
discussed. Besides that, the principle of cellular Prerequisite : None
signaling in living organisms also will be described in
this course. Synopsis

Course Outcomes The course introduces student with the basic


calculation and techniques that are commonly
CO1: Describe the structure, properties and used in a biochemical lab. The principle of
biochemical roles of the biomolecules spectrophotometry and the application of
CO2: Illustrate the energy productions in cell by spectrophotometry in biochemistry. Several
glucose and its intermediates. quantitative and qualitative tests on important
CO3: Explain biomolecules biosynthesis and biomolecules such as Lowry assay, Bradford
degradation in metabolism assay and DNS assay.
CO4: Compare the functionality of various metabolic
pathways and importance of their integrations in Course Outcomes
organisms
CO5. Present idea in verbal and written form CO1: Relate the fundamental theories with
effectively and provide feedback on the given laboratory experiments
topic CO2: Demonstrate skills in performing
CO6. Demonstrate structure illustrations of various biochemistry experiments
biochemical compounds CO3: Demonstrate skills in handling basic
biochemistry-related equipment
CO4: Analyze, Interpret and relate
BSB2173 Bioanalytical Chemistry experimental data with the fundamental
Credit Hour: 3 theories
Prerequisite : BSB1113 CO5: Demonstrate written communication
skills through laboratory reports
Synopsis CO6: Work in team during laboratory session

This course introduces spectroscopic methods for


matrix characterization, principles of electrophoresis,
isoelectric focusing, capillary electrophoresis,
centrifugation methods, chromatography and mass
spectrometry of biomolecules.

Course Outcomes

CO1: Explain and interpret the principles of


different bioanalytical methods for their
appropriate application

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UNDERGRADUATE PROSPECTUS 2016/2017

BSB2442 Bioanalytical Chemistry Laboratory CO4: Work in group to answer biochemical


Credit Hour : 2 calculation tasks.
Prerequisite: BSB1113 and BSB1402 CO5: Summarize information related to
biophysical chemistry applications from
Synopsis multiple sources

This course introduces spectroscopic methods for BSB1112 Industrial Biotechnology


matrix characterization, principles of electrophoresis, Credit Hour: 2
isoelectric focusing, capillary electrophoresis, Prerequisite : None
centrifugation methods, chromatography and mass
spectrometry of biomolecules. Synopsis

Course Outcomes This multi-disciplinary course provides student


to introduction policy, scope and research
CO1: Relate the fundamental theories with laboratory area in industrial biotechnology sector in
experiments Malaysia and global scenario. This subject
CO2: Demonstrate an array of biotechnology focus on interaction between scientific
equipment efficiently with the knowledge of discovery, applications and challenge impact
functionalities and calibration in biotechnology. There are four focus field
CO3: Demonstrate skills in handling analytical includes industrial microbiology, agricultural,
instrument healthcare, biomaterial, enzyme and
CO4: Analyze, interpret and relate experimental data bioinformatics potential process will be
with the fundamental theories discussed. Students also will be exposed to
CO5: Demonstrate written communication skills important and related components in
through laboratory reports commercialization such as issues, biosafety,
CO6: Work in team during laboratory sessions bioethics, regulations, intellectual rights,
facilities and expertise needed in
BSB1102 Biophysical Chemistry biotechnology industries.
Credit Hour: 2
Prerequisite : None Course Outcomes

Synopsis CO1: Explain the important principles and


applications of industrial biotechnology
The goal of this course is to emphasize the principle related fields
and biochemical calculation that are commonly used in CO2: Relate biotechnology related products
biological studies including preparation of buffers and with their suitable applications
solutions, acids and bases chemistry, aqueous ionic CO3: Discuss current issues related to
equilibrium, bioenergetics and kinetics. All of the industrial biotechnology
assigments in this course are carried out in group to CO4: Be aware on biosafety, bioethics and
develop team work skills among the students. Besides important of IP for biotechnology
that, this course emphasized on information managing related products
skills and lifelong learning by gathering the information CO5: Identify commercialization potential of
on biophysical chemistry application from various biotechnology related products
sources.

Course Outcomes

CO1: Describe the principle of physical chemistry in


biological studies
CO2: Apply biochemical calculation for biological
studies
CO3: Construct graph based on data calculated using
specific formula

193
UNDERGRADUATE PROSPECTUS 2016/2017

BSB2143 Enzyme Technology CO1: Relate the fundamental theories with


Credit Hour: 3 laboratory experiments
Prerequisite : None CO2: Demonstrate skills in performing
enzymology experiments
Synopsis CO3: Demonstrate skills in handling
enzymology-related equipment
This course provides the theory and knowledge CO4: Analyze, Interpret and relate
relevant to the enzymology principles including experimental data with the fundamental
fundamental properties of enzymes, enzyme catalytic theories
mechanisms and enzyme kinetics. Techniques CO5: Communicate through report writing
employed in enzymes purification and characterization CO6: Work in team during laboratory session
are also emphasized in this course. Students will also
be introduced to the theory as well as applications of BSB2193 Industrial Microbiology
enzyme technology in food, medical, and household Credit Hour: 3
industries. Finally this course serves to provide an Prerequisite : Microbiology
awareness of the current and possible future
applications of enzyme technologies. This course also Synopsis
emphasizes on the development of attitude and
capability of the students to work in a group and gather This course introduces various industrial
information on the related field for applications of microorganisms in traditional
lifelong learning. fermentation process and advanced
contemporary applications such as
Course Outcomes productions of biological materials and
vaccines, biopharmaceutical, bioemulsifier,
CO1: Distinguish the fundamentals of enzyme biopolymers, and biodegradation. Discussion
properties, nomenclatures, characteristics and includes biotechnology unit operation,
mechanisms bioprocess design, process modulation,
CO2: Apply biochemical calculation for enzyme kinetics and analysis. In addition, students will
kinetics be introduced to work flow and operation of an
CO3: Compare methods for production, purification, industry through a site-visit to a related
characterization and immobilization of enzymes industry.
CO4: Discuss various application of enzymes that can
benefit human life Course Outcomes
CO5: Discover the current and future trends of
applying enzyme technology for the CO1: Explain the basic concept of industrial
commercialization purpose of biotechnological microbiology. C2
products. CO2: Describe the flow of product
CO6: Plot graphs based on kinetics data development in industrial microbiology.
C2
BSB2452 Enzyme Technology Laboratory CO3: Apply concept of primary and
Credit Hour: 2 secondary metabolites pathways for
Prerequisite : None the biosynthesis of microbial products.
C3
Synopsis CO4: Analyze the microbial production of
food, beverage, biomass, fuel and
An introduction in theory, techniques and practical in Chemicals and health-care products.
modern enzyme technology laboratory. Emphasis will C4
be given in concept and technique on basic laboratory CO5: Discuss on various emerging areas in
and instrumentation handling, extraction and industrial microbiology that can benefit
purification process, and polyacrylamide gel human life. A2, LL1
electrophoresis for enzyme/protein separation.
Course outcome

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BSB1133 Organic Chemistry BSB1422 Organic Chemistry Laboratory


Credit Hour: 3 Credit Hour: 2
Prerequisite : None Prerequisite : None

Synopsis Synopsis

In this course, we will be introduced to the basic This practical course comprises several
fundamental principles of organic chemistry. Structure, laboratory experiments related to organic
properties and stereochemistry of organic molecules chemistry. In organic chemistry experiments,
and basic organic reaction to prepare common students are exposed to melting point
functional groups will be studied. determination and mixture melting points,
extraction, distillation, isolation and
Course Outcomes crystallization.

CO1: Describe characteristics and physical properties Course Outcomes


of organic molecules
CO2: Classify chemical compounds based on their CO1: Relate the fundamental theories with
structures laboratory experiments
CO3: Recognize the main functional groups in organic CO2: Demonstrate skills in performing
chemistry and predict their reactions organic chemistry experiments
CO4: Analyze of organic structure backbonds with CO3: Demonstrate skills in handling organic
their functional groups chemistry-related equipment
CO5: Cooperate in group to complete the assigned CO4: Analyze, Interpret and relate
tasks in a given time experimental data with the fundamental
theories
BSB2462 Industrial Microbiology Laboratory CO5: Demonstrate written communication
Credit Hour: 2 skill through laboratory writing
Prerequisite : Microbiology CO6: Work in team during laboratory session

Synopsis
BSB3163 Plant And Mammalian Cell
This course covers practical in the application of Technology
microbes in industries. Emphasis will be given on Credit Hour: 3
techniques for screening of potential industrial Prerequisite : None
microbes, identification of microorganisms, water and
food analyses, fermentation processes and antibiotic Synopsis
tests.
Topics will be discussed in this course
Course Outcomes includes concepts, techniques and
applications of plant and mammalian cell
CO1: Relate the fundamental theories with laboratory culture; principle of totipotency; essential
experiments. C3 equipment of a tissue and cell culture facility;
CO2: Analyze, Interpret and relate experimental data growth media preparation; methods for
with the fundamental theories. C4 growing and store suspension and adhesion
CO3: Demonstrate written communication skill through cultures; different cell type such as
report writing. [A2, CS1-3] embriogenic culture, callus, independent cell,
CO4: Work in team during laboratory session. [A2, and stem cells; as well as benefits from clone
TS1-3] reproduction in agriculture, livestock,
medicine, and other related fields. Principle
and benefit of cryo preservation and
germplasm collection also will be discussed
further.

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Course outcomes BSB3113 Gene Technology


Credit Hour: 3
CO1: Describe the principle and techniques of plant Prerequisite : BSB2133 and BSB2472
and mammalian cell/tissue culture
CO2: Discuss plant and mammalian cells technology Synopsis
approaches to be used in related biological
applications. Topics discussed include the advanced
CO3: Compare the advantages, disadvantages and techniques in gene technology including
application of each techniques used in culturing application of polymerase chain reaction
plant and mammalian cell/tissues (PCR) and real-time PCR, recombinant
CO4: Relate the currect senario/challenges in technology, genomic and cDNA libraries,
commercialization of cell/tissue culture products molecular markers, DNA hybridization,
functional genomic and genetic engineering in
BSB3442 Plant And Mammalian Cell Technology plants and animals. This course emphasize on
Laboratory the application of gene technology in
Credit Hour: 2 agriculture, medical and forensic. Students
Prerequisite : None are also trained to participate in group
discussion and present on the application of
Synopsis gene technology and related ethical issues.

This course introduce techniques and skills required in Course Outcomes


both plant and animal cell/tissue culture laboratories.
Aseptic techniques and sterilization are emphasized in CO1: Describe the principle of advanced
this course. For plant cell and tissue culture practicals, techniques in gene technology
students are exposed to media preparation and several CO2: Relate the application of advanced
tissue culture techniques including callus induction, techniques in gene technology with
organogenesis,shoot and root induction, and their requirement in agriculture,
acclimatization of tissue cultured plantlets. While in medicine and Forensics
animal cell practicals, students are exposed to the CO3: Compare the principle and applications
techniques of handling mammalian cells, preparation of of gene technology techniques
primary cell culture, calculating viability of cells and also CO4: Recommend suitable gene technology
cell toxicity studies. techniques for medicine, agriculture
and forensics applications
Course outcomes CO5: Discuss related ethical issues on
genetically modified organisms (GMOs)
CO1: Relate the fundamental theories with
laboratories experiments
CO2: Demonstrate skills in performing plant and BSB3312 Final Year Project I
animal cell/tissue culture pratices Credit Hour: 2
CO3: Demonstrate skills in handling plant and animal Prerequisite : None
cell/tissue culture related equipment
CO4: Analyse, intepret and relate experimantal data Synopsis
with the fundamental theories
CO5: Demonstrate written communication skill through To expose and encourage student in doing
report writing research, define problems, give an opinion on
CO6: work in team during laboratory section how to overcome the problems and get related
information regarding the problems. The
topics that will discuss in this subject are
literature review and methods that has been
used by previous research, research report
(proposal), research ethics and project
management.

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Course Outcomes at the equilibrium phase, stoichiometry of


microbial growth and product formation. This
CO1: Originate problem statement, objective, scope of course explicates the connection between
the research and methodology based on microbial growth, product formation, mass
literature review. transfer and environment. Likewise, this
CO2: Demonstrate good organization of laboratory course gives an overview of the bioprocess
logbook in recording experimental methods and from raw material to product. Upstream and
data. downstream processing will be discussed.
CO3: Assemble research proposal in professional This course explains the processes and
format such as oral presentation. techniques used for extraction and purification
CO4: Report satisfactory project progress within the of a product from culture medium. Also,
timeline. bioprocess consideration in using animal and
plant cell cultures will discuss using different
BSB3472 Gene Technology Laboratory techniques.
Credit Hour: 2
Prerequisite : BSB2133 and BSB2472 Course Outcomes

Synopsis CO1: Describe the principle and applications


of bioprocess technology.
Students will be exposed to the techniques in gene CO2: Apply fundamental calculation in
technology such as total DNA/RNA extraction, gene bioprocessing.
detection and analysis using conventional PCR CO3: Illustrate the schematic diagram of
contrasting with analysis using real-time PCR. In upstream and downstream processing
addition, DNA molecular marker techniques also will be for product recovery and purification.
also be covered in this course. Students will also be CO4: Analyze the mass transfer and material
exposed to the application of bioinformatics softwares balance calculation in different types of
for gene analysis and sequence confirmation. The mini application in bioprocess.
project included in this course exposed students to the CO5: Analyze the kinetics parameter values
essential workflow of molecular and gene analysis in different types of fermentation
studies. modes.
CO6: Discuss the important aspects in
Course Outcomes bioprocess technology for
commercialization purpose of
CO1: Relate the fundamental theories with biotechnology products
laboratory experiments
CO2: Demonstrate skills in perfoming gene
technology experiments BSB3583 Advanced Enzyme Technology
CO3: Demonstrate skills in handling gene Credit Hour: 3
technology-related equipment Prerequisite : None
CO4: Analyze, Interpret and relate experimental
data with the fundamental theories Synopsis
CO5: Communicate through report writing
CO6: Manage experiment in laboratory following This course provides the advanced
rules and regulations knowledge and information on enzyme
technology. It will
BSB3123 Bioprocess Technology emphasize on the production of enzyme,
Credit Hour: 3 industrial enzymes and innovative application
Prerequisite : None of some
specialized enzyme. Techniques employed in
Synopsis enzymes engineering and hybridization are
also
The course discuss on the basic operational in
bioprocess technology, unit, dimension, mass transfer

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emphasized in this course. Students will also be CO2: Choose the best strategies to produce
introduced to the theory as well as applications of the enzymes suitable for
enzyme technology in food, medical, and diagnostic biotechnology-related industries.
industries. Finally this course serves to provide an CO3: Differentiate enzymes production and
awareness of the social/ ethical issues related to currently industrial enzymes that are
possible future applications of enzyme technologies. used in biotechnology-related
industries.
Course Outcomes CO4: Propose a strategy of industrial
enzymes production suitable for
CO1: Explain the concept and applications of enzymes industrial scale application.
technology in biotechnology-related industries. CO5: understand and be aware of
CO2: Choose the best strategies to produce the commercial, ethical, legal and
enzymes suitable for biotechnology-related socio-cultural impacts on the advanced
industries. application of enzyme in food, medicine
CO3: Differentiate enzymes production and currently and industry.
industrial enzymes that are used in CO6: Illustrate the new application of
biotechnology-related industries. enzymes as biosensor in a schematic
CO4: Propose a strategy of industrial enzymes diagram.
production suitable for industrial scale
application.
CO5: understand and be aware of commercial, ethical, BSB4173 Extraction And Bioseparation
legal and socio-cultural impacts on the advanced Credit Hour: 3
application of enzyme in food, medicine and Prerequisite : None
industry.
CO6: Illustrate the new application of enzymes as Synopsis
biosensor in a schematic diagram.
This course introduces the basic principle of
extraction, separation and purification of
BSB3482 Bioprocess Technology Laboratory bioproducts together with theory and principle
Credit Hour: 3 of related separation instrument. In extraction
Prerequisite : None parts, students will be exposed on extraction
methods of nucleic acids, proteins and
Synopsis metabolic compounds. While in bioseparation
parts, students will be exposed on separation
This course provides the advanced knowledge and and purification principles, techniques
information on enzyme technology. It will including separation by liquid
emphasize on the production of enzyme, industrial chromatography, filtration, precipitation,
enzymes and innovative application of some sedimentation, crystallization and drying
specialized enzyme. Techniques employed in enzymes process.
engineering and hybridization are also
emphasized in this course. Students will also be Course Outcomes
introduced to the theory as well as applications of
enzyme technology in food, medical, and diagnostic CO1: Explain the principle of extraction and
industries. Finally this course serves to provide an bioseparation of bioproducts
awareness of the social/ ethical issues related to CO2: Apply fundamental calculation in
possible future applications of enzyme technologies. extraction and bioseparation
CO3: Compare and contrast different
Course Outcomes bioseparation approaches of biological
materials
CO1: Explain the concept and applications of enzymes CO4: Recommend suitable extraction and
technology in biotechnology-related industries. bioseparation approaches for small
and large scale production of biological
materials

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CO5: Outline and propose a suitable extraction and


bioseparation methods, flow and equipment for Course Outcomes
production of products from different samples in
a schematic diagram CO1: Relate the fundamental theories with
CO6: Discuss the important aspects in extraction and laboratory experiments.
bioseparation of biotechnological products for CO2: Demonstrate skills in extraction and
commercialization purpose separation procedure of bioproducts.
CO3: Demonstrate skills in handling
BSB4608 Industrial Training equipment related to extraction and
Credit Hour: 8 bioseparation.
Prerequisite : to pass all subjects prior to Industrial CO4: Analyze, Interpret and relate
Training experimental data with the fundamental
theories.
Synopsis CO5: Demonstrate written communication
skills through laboratory reports.
This course aims to give chances for the student to CO6: Manage experiment in laboratory
practise and apply their knowledge and skills that following rules and regulations.
they gain during their study. During the placement, we
expect students to keep a log book, in which
they make a regular entries describing the work they BSSB4604 Industrial Training Report
are undertaking. Student are supervised by Credit Hour: 4
industrial and university supervisors to guide and Prerequisite : to pass all subjects prior to
ensure they can do their work as good as possible
and achieve the objective for this course. Synopsis

Course Outcomes During the placement, we expect students to


keep a log book, in which they make a regular
CO1: Design an appropriate strategy to complete the entries
given task describing the work they are undertaking.
CO2: Construct possible solution to a given real Then, student need to provide industrial
problem in the industry training report to
CO3: Adapt working culture in project, consultant, describe their technical and personal
construction and related industry development during their placement. The
CO4: Work effectively with others in organization to industrial training report
perform task given need to hand in to the university supervisor.
CO5: Demonstrate interpersonal skills and Student need to do final presentation for
professional ethics in organization assessment.

BSB4422 Extraction And Bioseparation Laboratory Course Outcomes


Credit Hour: 2
Prerequisite : None CO1: Organize the industrial training
knowledge, experience and skill in the
Synopsis preparation of the report
CO2: Build effective communication skills in
This course exposes students to the principle of written and oral presentation
extraction, separation and purification of bioproducts CO3: Practice the related approach to get
together with related separation instrument. Students relevant information from various
will be exposed to the methods of extraction of nucleic sources
acids, proteins and metabolic compounds. Students will CO4: Demonstrate good attitude in fullfilling
also be exposed to various separation and purification the requirement of Industrial Training
techniques. Unit

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BSB4324 Final Year Project II Course Outcomes


Credit Hour: 4
Prerequisite : None CO1: Describe flow sheet as well as
feedback and feedforward system in
Synopsis biomanufacturing process.
CO2: Illustrate proper facilities, quality
This course is intended as the second part of Final Year control method and documentation in
Project I (BSB3302). The students are Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) as
required to conduct the research, collect and analyze well as in HACCP
data, discuss the findings and form the CO3: Compare and contrast different types of
conclusions. At the end of the semester, each student is downstream processing in
required to present their findings and submit a biomanufacturing
dissertation. Evaluation is based on oral presentation CO4: Invent new products by using
and submitted dissertation. requirements of Good Manufacturing
Practice (GMP)
Course Outcomes CO5: Discuss related ethical issues in
biomanufacturing including rules and
CO1: Analyze, interpret and relate experimental data regulation as well as impact to human
with fundamental theories. and environment.
CO2: Demonstrate good organization of laboratory CO6: Demonstrate the new invented product
logbook in recording experimental methods and with their suitable applications.
data.
CO3: Assemble research finding in professional format
in the form of oral presentation. Assemble BSB3593 Biosensor Technology
research finding in professional format in the Credit Hour: 3
form of oral presentation. Prerequisite : None
CO4: Report satisfactory proj