Industrial Systems Engineering (ISE)

School of Innovative Technologies and Engineering (SITE)

Head of Department
Dr(Mrs). Sandhya ARMOOGUM

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Industrial Systems Engineering

With the major leap in Information and Communication Technologies (ICT), the department of Industrial Systems Engineering (ISE) aspires to create graduates who are equipped to deliver innovation in ICT and engineering to address new technological and societal challenges in an ever-changing world. The department is an inclusive and vibrant learning environment that is committed to nurturing students, promoting professional knowledge and skills as well as research development. All the undergraduate programmes involve the student experiencing appropriate exposure to the industry through work placements (internship). The collaboration with the industry for training our students is one of the main strength of the degree programmes offered in the department of ISE. Our students pursue their studies in full-time or part-time mode and recently we started delivering courses on a blended mode with both face to face and online interactive sessions. Our BEng (Hons) Electronic Engineering and BEng (Hons) Telecommunication Engineering are four year programmes recognized by the Council of Registered Professional Engineers (CRPE) for entry into engineering practice. In order to align the programmes to the prescribed competency standards of signatory members of the Washington Accord and the International Engineering Alliance (IEA), the revised version of the two programmes is currently undergoing accreditation with the Engineering
Accreditation Board (EAB) such that the courses are recognized internationally and our students are able to pursue further studies and practice the engineering profession abroad. The BEng (Hons) Electronic Engineering course combines scientific and engineering knowledge with creativity to allow students to solve some of today’s biggest electronic engineering challenges by designing and building electronic circuits to create smart devices, and autonomous systems. With the BEng (Hons) Telecommunication Engineering programme, students acquire a thorough understanding of modern and future communication systems and develop relevant skills necessary to be at the forefront of the ever-expanding Telecommunications sector. The BSc (Hons) Computer Science with Network Security aims at producing graduates with skills to contribute to the exciting and rapidly evolving field of computing which is completely revolutionizing the industry. With this course, students gain an understanding of the key principles of computer science while developing their programming, system engineering, and project experience skills. Graduates have a sound knowledge of today’s networked infrastructure and security skills to be able to properly design, and implement complex and distributed systems and applications. The BSc (Hons) Networks and Telecommunications Technologies degree emphasizes on the technologies that underpin the Internet, local and global broadband digital networking, and mobile communication systems that are required for tomorrow’s broadband-interactive information highways. It also focuses on the application of technology solutions to business problems in the telecom sector. Our MSc Computer Science with Emerging Technologies course equips students to be at the forefront of solving tomorrow’s real- world technology problems. Students will be able to forge a successful career in a wide range of industries locally or abroad and help their institutions embrace the digital transformation. They will gain a broad knowledge and acquire key transferable skills reflecting the emerging technologies such as Internet of Things (IoT), cloud computing, big data analytics, and blockchain applications for Industry 4.0+. Students will also have the opportunity to investigate areas of current research and be prepared for further study at PhD level. The MSc programme in Information and Communication Technology (ICT) with Specialisation in Networking aims to provide a foundation upon which a graduate can build a successful career, that is, it provides a grounding in networking for graduates who have not studied networks, computing, and related areas at degree level. The combination of the technology skills gained through this programme and the general competencies developed through the first degree in different fields other than network and computing (for example, Science, Engineering, Management, Accounting, Mathematics, etc) gives graduates a full span of experience, skills, and knowledge that are very attractive to ICT companies. In line with the Government vision, the programme is a possible solution to reduce the unemployment rate as it offers an ideal means to gain a foothold in a fast-expanding ICT industry. On the research front, the academics within the department are involved in diverse research projects in the fields of telecommunications, cyber-security, Internet of Things (IoT), Artificial Intelligence and machine learning, amongst others.

Undergraduate Programmes

Free

Diploma in Emerging Technologies (with specialization in either Internet of Things or Big Data)

9 Lessons
2700 hours
What you'll learn
Solve computing problems by applying their knowledge from the programme.
Develop and conduct appropriate applications to process and interpret data, and draw conclusions in specific environments.
Develop applications, namely in the areas of Networking, Artificial Intelligence, and Cloud computing with a focus on the Internet of Things and Big Data using an emerging development platform (like Python).
Free

BSc (Hons) Computer Science with Network Security

Programme Information In this era of rapid evolution in science, …

Free

BSc (Hons) Computer Science with Network Security

29 Lessons
150 hours
What you'll learn
Emphasizes the mathematical and theoretical foundations of computing such as programming, networks, database systems, cybersecurity, agile software design, mathematics, probability and statistics which cover the essential material required of all computer scientists, as well as a number of modules related to emerging technologies such as cloud computing, Internet of Things, Blockchain, Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning.
Equips students with soft skill such as communication, collaboration and teamwork, time-management, self-discipline and leadership that are essential for readiness for a professional career as well as overall growth and development. These “softer” skills enable a graduate to adapt and succeed in the workplace.
Involves a substantial individual supervised capstone computer science project and work placement (internship) to allow students to put learning into practice and depict their potential. The curriculum provides a balanced and intellectually stimulating programme of theoretical and practical work.
Free

BEng (HONS) Telecommunication Engineering

Programme Information: This programme is designed to integrate telecommunication systems …

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BEng (HONS) Telecommunication Engineering

8 Lessons
5850 hours
What you'll learn
Achieving the knowledge and understanding of mathematical and scientific principles to underpin their education in telecommunication engineering and to apply mathematical methods, tools and notations proficiently in the analysis and solution of engineering problems.
Achieve the understanding of engineering principles and the ability to apply them to analyze key engineering processes.
Develop the ability to identify, classify and describe the performance of systems and components through the use of analytical methods and modeling techniques.
Develop the ability to apply quantitative methods and computer software in order to solve engineering problems.
Students will be able to create and develop economically viable products, processes or systems to meet a defined need.
Knowledge of management techniques which may be used to achieve engineering objectives will be acquired.
Acquire knowledge of relevant legal requirements governing engineering activities, including personnel, health, safety and risk.
Achieve the understanding of the need for a high level of professional and ethical conduct in engineering.
Ability to apply their engineering skills, combining theory and experience, and to use other relevant knowledge and skills which include knowledge of characteristics of particular materials, equipment, processes, or products, workshop and laboratory skills, knowledge of quality issues, knowledge of codes of practice and industry standards, ability to work with technical uncertainty etc.
Free

BEng (Hons.) Electronic Engineering

Programme Information Nowadays, it is almost impossible to find a …

Free

BEng (Hons.) Electronic Engineering

46 Lessons
5850 hours
What you'll learn
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
Free

BSc (Hons) Network and Telecommunication Technologies

This BSc (Hons) Network and Telecommunication Technologies programme emphasizes an …

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BSc (Hons) Network and Telecommunication Technologies

8 Lessons
1500 hours
What you'll learn
Knowledge of the physical and logical principles that determine how data networks and various telecommunications systems work
Ability to integrate multiple technologies in addressing organizational solutions
Demonstrate an understanding of industry-standard best practices in working with telecommunications technologies
Technical skill to design and install to meet a specification and manage a networked system
Display an appreciation of network-based application development
Select and configure appropriate hardware and software to implement a networked system design
Identify and solve problems in the operation of networked systems
Capacity to pursue an independent investigation using learning resources and practical evaluation
Demonstrate critical thinking and communication skills required in a technical environment
Communicate effectively verbally and in writing
Finally, demonstrate sufficient background knowledge to serve as a foundation for continued studies
Free

BSc (Hons) Emerging Technologies (Top-Up)

This BSc (Hons) Emerging Technologies Top-Up programme is designed to …

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BSc (Hons) Emerging Technologies (Top-Up)

10 Lessons
1500 hours
What you'll learn
Identify, formulate, and solve complex computing problems by applying their knowledge from the programme
Communicate effectively with a range of audiences and to function effectively on a team whose members together provide leadership, create a collaborative and inclusive environment, establish goals, plan tasks, and meet objectives
Develop and conduct appropriate applications to capture, store, analyze and interpret data, and draw conclusions in complex environments
Ability to develop innovative applications in the area of mobile computing, the Internet of Things, Cloud computing, and data management

Postgraduate Programmes

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MSc Biometry

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MSc (Eng) Telecommunications Engineering

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Free

MSc (Eng) Telecommunications Engineering

11 Lessons
3 hours
What you'll learn
Achieve the understanding of engineering principles at higher levels and the ability to apply them to analyse key engineering processes;
Develop the ability to identify, classify and describe the performance of systems and components through the use of analytical methods and modeling techniques;
Develop more abilities to apply quantitative methods and computer software in order to solve engineering problems;
Be able to create and develop economically viable products, processes or systems to meet a defined need;
Acquire intensive knowledge of management techniques which may be used to achieve engineering objectives;
Acquire intensive knowledge of relevant legal requirements governing engineering activities, including personnel, health, safety and risk;
Achieve the understanding of the need for a high level of professional and ethical conduct in engineering;
Be able to apply their engineering skills, combining theory and experience, and to use other relevant knowledge and skills which include knowledge of characteristics of particular materials, equipment, processes, or products, workshop and laboratory skills, knowledge of quality issues, knowledge of codes of practice and industry standards, ability to work with technical uncertainty etc.
Free

MSc Computer Science with Emerging Technologies

This MSc Computer Science with Emerging Technologies course will equip …

Free

MSc Computer Science with Emerging Technologies

13 Lessons
3 hours
What you'll learn
Achieve a broad understanding and working knowledge of the network technologies
Intervene professionally at all levels of the hardware development life cycle and deal with complex issues, both systematically and creatively
Develop and write proper documentation for network-related projects
Acquire appropriate communication skills to handle various client-facing situations and solve complex problems
Be equipped with work-ready skills
Free

MSc in Information and Communication Technology with Specialisation in Networking

The MSc programme in Information and Communication Technology (ICT) with …

Free

MSc in Information and Communication Technology with Specialisation in Networking

13 Lessons
What you'll learn
Achieve a broad understanding and working knowledge of the network technologies
Intervene professionally at all levels of the hardware development life cycle and deal with complex issues, both systematically and creatively
Develop and write proper documentation for network-related projects
Acquire appropriate communication skills to handle various client-facing situations and solve complex problems
Be equipped with work-ready skills.

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Academic Staff

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Senior Lecturer
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Lecturer
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Senior Lecturer
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