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B.Eng. in Electronic and Communication Engineering

Offered by: MAHSA University
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Exam BodyDual-award degree - MAHSA University & Anglia Ruskin Univ., UK
Course Duration4 Yrs
Part Time/Full TimeFull Time
Fees79600/Course
FacultyFaculty of Engineering
Conducted entirely in MalaysiaYes
Awarding CountryMalaysia
Level of StudyBachelor's Degree Level
Field of StudyEngineering & Engineering Trades
Course Description

The above programmes are designed as per the requirements of the Board of Engineers Malaysia and strictly follows the guidelines according to their Engineering Accreditation Manual. The major requirements are the Programme Educational Objectives and the Programme Outcomes.

In line with this the curriculums have been designed to incorporate the required objectives and outcomes.

OBJECTIVES OF THE ENGINEERING PROGRAMMES

  • Graduates are able to apply the broaden and in-depth knowledge of Engineering to analyse the practical problems and think creatively to generate innovative solutions using appropriate technologies.
  • Graduates are able to adapt to different roles and responsibilities and demonstrate leaderships in solving emerging engineering problems within the organization and society at national and international levels.
  • Graduates sustain intellectual curiosity and know how to continue to learn not only in  areas that are relevant to  Engineering, but also that are important to society

ENGINEERING PROGRAMME OUTCOMES

  1. Ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering fundamentals to engineering problems.
  2. Ability to identify and formulate engineering problems and solve by applying basic engineering principles
  3. Ability to identify and apply appropriate tools and techniques for engineering practical applications.
  4. Ability to apply research based knowledge for analyzing complex engineering problems.
  5. Ability to design solutions for complex engineering problems.
  6. Ability to prepare reports and communicate effectively and professionally through effective presentations.
  7. Ability to follow current good practices of engineering for sustainable development.
  8. Ability to demonstrate safety, health, social, cultural and environmental responsibilities relevant to professional engineering practices.
  9. Ability to execute the responsibilities of an Engineer professionally and ethically.
  10. Ability to function and manage effectively as an individual or in a team.
  11. Ability to recognise the need and be able to involve in independent and life-long learning according to technological changes.
  12. Ability to recognise the need and be able to involve in independent and life-long learning according to technological changes.
Curriculum
  • Internationally benchmarked engineering curriculum with strong emphasis on electrical energy generation and distribution.
  • It covers all essential areas of modern day electronic and electrical applications.
  • Other skills needed for practice as engineers are embedded into the curriculum, such as communication and IT skills.

YEAR 1

The modules offered in this programme provides an appropriate platform for an Engineering professional to understand the basic principles of engineering in the areas of Circuit Analysis, Electrical and Electronic principles, Electronic Devices, Instrumentation and Measurement and Engineering materials. A sound exposure of laboratory work is also included by offering modules such as Engineering workshop and materials lab, and Electronic Devices and Circuits lab.

Further  a thorough grounding in principles of IT and management are provided by the Programming and Management modules such as Engineering Mathematics, and Introduction to programming provide the basic academic skills required to meet the demands of employers. The Engineer in Society provides students with the knowledge required as a professional engineer in terms of ethics and the environment.

  • Engineering Mathematics 1
  • Electrical and Electronic Principles
  • Engineering Materials
  • Introduction to management
  • Introduction to C programming
  • Engineering Mathematics 2
  • Circuit Analysis
  • Engineer in Society
  • Instrumentation and Measurements
  • Electronic Devices
  • Engineering Software Applications
  • Engineering Workshop and Materials Lab
  • Electrical & Electronic Engineering Lab
  • Electronic Devices and Circuits Lab

Plus 3 MQA modules, applicable only to Malaysian students

YEAR 2

In Year 2 you start specializing in modules that develop the necessary underlying knowledge and skills in the field of Electronics and Telecommunication. . Further in-depth Electronic skills are developed here with modules such as Analogue and Digital Electronics, Electrical Machines apart from the core modules, Analogue and Digital Communications, Electromagnetic Field Theory and Signals and Linear Systems., To obtain practical hands-on skills in these areas special laboratory modules have also been included. A common theme that underlines all the awards is the development of innovative thinking with the Creativity and Innovation module.

  • Engineering Mathematics 3
  • Analogue Electronics
  • Digital Electronics
  • Creativity and Innovation
  • Computer Architecture
  • Electrical Machines and Power Systems
  • Analogue Communications
  • Digital Communication
  • Signals and Linear Systems
  • Electromagnetic Field Theory
  • Electrical Machines Lab
  • Communication Engineering Lab
  • Analogue Electronics lab
  • Digital Electronics lab

YEAR 3

Specialised knowledge and skills in the area of Control Engineering, Antenna and Wave, Data Communication and Network, Optical Communication and Networks, Microwave and RF Communications and Microprocessors and Microcontrollers are a critical focus of this level. There is further development of the ability to apply relevant engineering skills with strong critical thinking and analysis. To support the project work in the final year, the Research Method for Engineers module will enable students to understand the techniques of literature review. Further understanding of the learning of the first three years of the programme can be exhibited by doing the Mini Project.

  • Control Engineering
  • Microprocessors and Microcontrollers
  • Multimedia Applications
  • Antenna and Wave
  • Research Methods for Engineers
  • Data Communication and Networks
  • Numerical and Statistical Techniques
  • Optical Communication and Networks
  • Microprocessor and Microcontrollers Lab
  • Microwave and RF Communication
  • Microwave and Optical Communication Lab
  • Mini Project

INTERNSHIP Industry placement with a suitable organization for a minimum period of 12 weeks. This internship programme will start at the end of Year 3 and will be completed before the start of Year 4)

YEAR 4

The final year Engineering modules provide the necessary industry application technological skills which become very useful for employment upon graduation. These modules include, Satellite and Mobile Communication, Embedded Processor Systems, Digital Signal and Image Processing , VLSI Design, and Project Management .You will enhance your technical capability and understanding how to innovate, generate and manage the creation of new ideas and problem solving.

The Project Phase 1 (Investigation) in Electronics and Telecommunications will enable students to take on R&D with commercialization. The Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering Final Year Project Phase 2 (Implementation) also develops the academic and practical aspects of your chosen areas of study and reinforces your independent learning skills. This is where you will demonstrate higher level critical thinking analysis and solutions development skills which will enhance your employability.

  • Engineering project Management
  • Final Year Project Phase 1 (Investigation)
  • Final Year Project Phase 2 (Implementation)
  • Digital Signal and Image Processing
  • VLSI Design
  • Embedded Processor Systems
  • Environmental Safety and Protection
  • Satellite and Mobile Communication
Entry Requirements

Bachelors (Hons) Degree Programme

  • Good principal passes at STPM level in Mathematics and Physical Sciences and 4 credits at SPM; or
  • Good passes at ‘A’ Levels in Mathematics and Physical Sciences and 4 grade C passes at ‘O’ levels / GCE; or
  • The MAHSA Foundation or equivalent; or
  • A qualification that MAHSA accepts as equivalent to the above

Direct Entry to Year 2 of the Degree

  • Students with Diploma or Higher National Diploma in Engineering from any college
  • Successful completion of studies in another recognized institute with academic credits equivalent to Year 1 of an Honours degree (Subject to the approval of the MAHSA Academic Board)

 

Intake Months

January, April, July, October

Career Prospects

Engineering is central to an exciting range of businesses and industries, including space, construction, transport, cosmetics, medicine, food, fashion and much more. With engineering, you can follow your interests – if you like sport, you can work as an engineer improving the performance of new tennis rackets. Engineers work in offices, laboratories, film studios, in the outdoors and underground. Engineering today is closely linked with technology, and plays a major role in many technological advances and new device production. You might be reading this on your phone, and that will be thanks to engineers. As an engineer you could be designing colour-matching technology to determine the best make-up for different skin tones or working as part of a team to improve the performance of artificial hip joints.

All the technological changes to modern communications, from blogging to pod-casting, video streaming and  SMS messaging, are all possible because of the work of telecommunications engineers in providing the methods to transmit and receive data. The transmission of data is changing the way we live and this makes telecoms such an exciting, challenging, and constantly evolving area to work in.

People are moving from communications used in a fixed environment, to communications on the move, wherever they are. Engineers must meet the constant challenges of customer demand, but also stay one step ahead to predict and produce new technology that will compete in the marketplace.

Telecommunications engineers plan, design, implement and monitor communication systems and services. They work with microprocessor and computer systems, optics and fibre optic cabling, transmission and switching technologies, radio communications and signal processing. This area also deals with the collection and processing of remotely sensed data from satellite, aircraft and ship radars, and it links in with biomedical engineering on development areas such as speech synthesis and recognition systems.

All fees are in RM (Ringgit Malaysia) currency unless stated otherwise.


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