B.Eng. in Mechatronic Engineering
Offered by: MAHSA University
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|Exam Body||Dual-award degree - MAHSA University & Anglia Ruskin Univ., UK|
|Course Duration||4 Yrs|
|Part Time/Full Time||Full Time|
|Faculty||Faculty of Engineering|
|Conducted entirely in Malaysia||Yes|
|Level of Study||Bachelor's Degree Level|
|Field of Study||Engineering & Engineering Trades|
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
ENGINEERING PROGRAMME OUTCOMES
Bachelors (Hons) Degree Programme
Direct Entry to Year 2 of the Degree
january, April, July, October
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.
Mechatronics is a new approach to precision engineering, electronic control and information systems, in order to make ‘intelligent’ machine systems ranging from iPods, DVD and CD players, robots and digital cameras, to fully automated factories and manufacturing processes, and smart buildings. It involves the integration of mechanical engineering with electronics and intelligent computer control in the design and manufacture of products and processes.
Mechatronic engineers are also involved in the new field of bio mechatronics, concerned with the development of systems for human augmentation and rehabilitation. Examples of these systems include intelligent artificial legs that mimic the person’s good leg and exoskeleton suits that enhance the wearer’s strength and stamina.
All fees are in RM (Ringgit Malaysia) currency unless stated otherwise.