BEng (Hons.) Electronic Engineering
Smart Solutions in Full Sustainable System Design!
Programme Information Nowadays, it is almost impossible to find a modern device which is devoid of a microprocessor or micro-controller of some kind inside, giving rise to a new breed of smart and ubiquitous devices that will shape our lives in the future. In the first year of the programme, the fundamentals of electronics, mathematics, as well as the underlying principles and theory of computing are introduced. The second and third year build on the first with core modules in electronics, computing and communication systems. During their final year, students will have a Work Placement for one full semester so that they can apply their theoretical knowledge to solve real-world problems. Students will also have to complete an individual project to qualify for the BEng (Hons) award. Programme Aim and Objectives This programme aims to produce engineering graduates equipped to play valuable roles in the Electronics and ICT industry both locally as well as overseas. Successful graduands are expected to become registered professional engineers. The programme objectives are to provide an understanding of technical and intellectual skills so that students can:
- Analyse and solve engineering problems
- Design a system, component, or process to meet a need
- Evaluate designs, processes and products, and make improvements
- Take a holistic approach in solving problems and designing systems, applying professional judgments to balance risks, costs, benefits, safety, reliability, aesthetics and environmental impact
- Electronic engineering graduates are naturally expected to find employment in the electronics-related sector such as Power Generation, Automotive, Construction, FMCG, Pharmaceutical, Marine, Rail, and Utility industries. However, non-engineering careers, such as, in Consulting, Law, Financial Services, Sales and Pre-sales, IT and Education where analytical skills and high levels of numeracy are expected, are also possible.
Analyse and solve engineering problems
Design a system, component, or process to meet a need
Evaluate designs, processes and products, and make improvements
Take a holistic approach in solving problems and designing systems, applying professional judgments to balance risks, costs, benefits, safety, reliability, aesthetics and environmental impact
- As per UTM’S Admission Regulations, and ‘Admission to Programmes of Study at First Degree Level’.
- Pass at Principal Level in Mathematics AND Physics at HSC/GCE A-Level or Equivalent, or Baccalaureate Level.
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