Engineering is one of the oldest professions in the world. The engineering profession is devoted to designing, constructing, and operating structures, machines, and other devices of industry and everyday life. The Faculty of Engineering at UNISEL is devoted to generating engineers of high calibre in all the engineering disciplines it has to offer. Programmes offered include diploma and bachelor degrees.

The average of six hours a week of tutoring, lecturing and laboratory sessions, allow students to study and observe the applications of the theories from their lectures. Students of the Bachelor of Engineering programmes will also undertake a major individual project during their fourth year. Thereafter, the undergraduates are required to undergo industrial training.The industry placement will accord students the competitive advantage when they eventually enter the job market, as they will be able to develop skills that pertain to business, teamwork and other transferable skills. The industrial exposure will also open up a myriad of potentials in the career choice for every student, apart from the traditional alternatives.

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The engineering faculty consists of highly dedicated staffs working together to serve the univeristy's needs. There are currently 123 staffs serving the faculty, which consists of experienced 79 academicians and 34 technical staff including 10 administration staffs. Currently, the ratio of academician to students are well maintained. Furthermore, the faculty offer roomy classrooms and activity areas.

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Assalamualaikum and Good Day

Welcome to the Faculty of Engineering, Universiti Selangor. We offer the best place for the engineers of tomorrow. Our goal is to position our engineering graduates to be problem solvers, project leaders, communicators, and ethical citizens of global community.

At the Faculty of Engineering, we offer our students a rich educational experience, an experience that marries intellectual rigor and cross disciplinary breadth in a student-centred environment. Through innovative curricula, a teamwork approach, problem-based learning (PBL), project-oriented problem-based learning (POPBL) and leadership building experiences; the students gain vital communication and critical thinking skills. The team of top academics here are dedicated to ensure students get the best from their studies.

Thus, I invite you to discover more of the Faculty of Engineering, Universiti Selangor and I wish you all the best.

Wassalam

Dr. Salina binti Muhamad

Our Mission
“Faculty of Engineering is Committed in Providing Comprehensive Learning Environment and Expertise in Producing Ethical Engineering Professionals of the Highest Calibre”.

Our Vision
“To Be the Forefront Industry-Oriented Engineering Faculty”.

Our Philosophy
"Responsibilities to the Creator and Stakeholders with Honesty and Professionalism in the Quest for Continuous Improvement and Knowledge Advancement”.

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Programme
Diploma in Electrical and Electronic Engineering [ KPT / JPS. /KR 6705/01/11]

Professional Recognition
Malaysian Qualification Agency (MQA)

Intake
January / June / August

Duration
3 Years

Fees
RM 20,435

Entry Requirements
Passed SPM or equivalent with 3 credits including Mathemathics and 1 other subject related to Sciences/Technical/Vokasional and passed in Bahasa Inggeris subject.

Overview

  • The electrical and electronics engineering program prepares students for highly competitive, national placement in electrical and electronics engineering employment and graduate education by providing a thorough grounding in electrical science and design, together with a  foundation in mathematics, basic sciences and life skills.
  • This programme is aimed to prepare and produce engineering graduates qualified with proficiencies and experiences in the field of electrical and electronics to fulfill the industrial demands in engineering area especially in electrical and electronics field.

Programme Learning Outcome

Domain

Statement of Learning Outcomes (PLO)

KNOWLEDGE

PLO 1

to apply comprehensive knowledge of fundamental engineering including mathematics and sciences.

PLO 2

to demonstrate basic knowledge in core engineering disciplines

PLO 3

to identify, formulate, analyze and solve core engineering problems

PLO 4

to apply design concepts in the engineering problems

SKILL

PLO 5

to conduct experiment, handle engineering tools and interpret data necessary for engineering practices

PLO 6

to communicate effectively in written and oral form.

PLO 7

to function and be productive in a teamand applyentrepreneurship skills to meet global challenges

ATTITUDE

PLO 8

to be professional and ethical in their practice in serving towards environment and society

PLO 9

to recognize and possess the capability to embark on lifelong learning acquiring information and seeking knowledge either formally or informally

 

Programme Structure

Year 1 
Course Code Course
HKU 1111

ZEU 1113

KFD 1113

KFD 1134

KED 1112

*** 1211

ZEU 1223

KFD 1213

KFD 2223

KJD 1272

KED 1212

MPW 1113/MPW 1123

Kepimpinan dan Kerja Berpasukan

Proficiency English I

Mathematics 1

Physics

Electronic Workshop

Kokurikulum (Pilihan)

Proficiency English II

Mathematics 2

Computer Programming

Engineering Drawing

Electrical Workshop

Bahasa Kebangsaan A / B

Year 2 
Course Code Course
MPW 1133

KFD 2113

KED 2113

KED 2123

KED 2133

KED 2213

KED 2223

KED 2234

KED 2243

KED 2253

Pengajian Malaysia

Mathematics 3

Circuit Theory 1

Digital Electronics

Communication System

Signal & System

Circuit Theory 2

Analog Electronics

Microprocessor

Measurement & Instrumentation

  Year 3 
Course Code Course
KED 3113

KRD 2363

KED 3123

KED 3133

KED 3143

KED 3213

KED 3223

POD 3123

KED3293

KFD3346

Computer Architecture

Control System

Data & Computer Network

Digital Design

Electrical Machine

Industrial Electronics

Power System

Entrepreneurship

Project

Industrial Training

 

Core Course Description

Course Code

Course

Synopsis

KED 1112

Electronic Workshop

This is a practical session which is to expose student to electronic component and symbol, circuit design, pattern transfer, etching process, drilling and soldering technique, safety procedure and trouble shooting of circuit. The final work is to construct a single sided printed circuit board according to the specifications on a circuit diagram.

KED 2113

KED 2223

Circuit Theory I

Circuit Theory II

This course provide the understanding of the basic concept of electric circuit, identify and analyse the circuit by using various ac and dc analysis techniques and theorem such as Ohm’s Law, Kirchoff’s Law, nodal, mesh analysis, superposition, source transformation, Thevenin’s and Norton’s Theorem and also maximum power transfer. Analyze First order circuits RL and RC using source free and step response circuit, second order circuit and understand the concept of two port network in admittance parameters.

KED 2234

Analog Electronics

The course will equip the candidate with the knowledge such as symbol, characteristic, basic operation and function of the Semiconductor Diode, Bipolar junction Transistor, Field Effect Transistor and Amplifier

KED 2123

Digital Electronics

Describe and explain fundamental elements of digital electronics circuit especially data representation. Identify the Boolean Algebra and describe the basic structure of logic gates. Apply the logic gates into combinational circuit and know its implementation. Identify the characteristics and analyze the sequential circuit. This course focuses on the three important concepts in digital system; data representation, combinational and the medium scale integrated (MSI) circuits and application of the flip-flops in a sequential circuits.

KED 3223

Power System

This course focuses on the fundamental and principle of three phase system that covers power generation, high voltage transmission and fault characteristic. Describe and compute various features of a real power, reactive power and complex power in single-phase and three-phase. Identify and apply Per-Unit method in three phase system. Identify and explain Power System Faults. Identify and describe Symmetrical Components and sequence Network. Explain and differentiate Transmission line parameter and Transmission line model

KED 2133

Communication System

Identify and discuss the principle and characteristics of Amplitude Modulation, Frequency Modulation and Pulse modulation in communication system. Explain the operations of practical communications system

KFD 2223

Computer Programming

Computer systems and its software component related to translation system, high-level language program by utilizing C logical structures, syntax and grammar, principles of Array and Matrices, Pointers and Data Structure

KED 1212

Electrical Workshop

Define safety aspects in domestic and industry wiring, type of cables, connection and testing. Describe and apply the latest IEEE wiring regulation and acts of Energy and Gas Commission assessment. Apply practical knowledge to understand the roles and duties of building services supervisor. Apply, analyze and design simple power distribution system

KED 2213

Signal & System

This course focuses on the concepts of different type of signals and systems, and the application of various mathematical tools (Solution of LT Differential and Difference equations using method of undetermined coefficient, Laplace, Fourier). To analyse and synthesise linear continuous and discrete time dynamic systems.

KED 2243

Microprocessor

This course provides to identify and describe microcomputer components and microprocessor architecture, write and analyse microprocessor programming using assembly language technique also explain microprocessor operation including data transfer and arithmetic instruction. Describe and explain an interrupt and subroutine process in microprocessor. While in lab session, write and analyse assembly programs and employ functions on the microprocessor and demonstrate the interfacing of microprocessor system with the external module

KED 2253

Measurement & Instrumentation

To equip the candidates with the knowledge of measurement concepts in engineering, general treatment of instruments and their characteristics and also the measurement of actual physical variables like force, torque, temperature, velocity , acceleration etc., along with their sensors and transducers and signal conditioning circuits.

KED 3113

Computer Architecture

This course covers basic computer architecture, logic circuit, central processing unit, number system, computer arithmetic, memory operation and I/O module. Besides, it also relates all the functions using Operating System (O.S.) with the entire computer system.

KED 3123

Data & Computer Network

The concepts and techniques that are developed in this course will constitute a foundation for data and networking in electrical and electronic engineering. By the end of programme, students will be able to resolve the problem related to data and networking.     Data Communication & Network, Protocol and architecture, Data Transmission, Signal Encoding Techniques, Routing, LAN Technology, WAN & MAN

KED 3133

Digital Design

Digital design consists of fundamental and knowledge of basic principles of digital system which are Digital-to-Analogue Converter (DAC) and Analogue-to-Digital Converter (ADC) , memory and storage, microcomputers and microprocessors. Analyze simple Programmable Logic Device (PROM,PAL,PLA,GAL) and Field Programmable Gate Arrays (FPGA). Design the combinational logic circuits using Boolean expression and truth table techniques, design the sequence circuits using finite state machine (FSM) and algorithmic state machine (ASM) and design the digital system circuit using VHDL.

 

Career  Opportunities

  1. In today’s workplace, employers are looking for individuals who possess the ability to anticipate and exceed their customer’s needs and deliver quality service as well as technical skills. Graduates of Electrical and Electronics Engineering are highly in demand in a wide variety of industries as well as the commercial sector.
  2. The career prospects for holders of the Diploma in Electrical and Electronic Engineering include working as technicians/ engineering assistants/technical support staff in the following industries; electrical and electronic, telecommunication, computer, production and manufacturing, research and development, maintenance, test and quality control.
  3. There is also great demand in the marketing and sales areas of technical products where you could be employed as Sales Engineers doing marketing and sales of technical products.

Expected Salary

Basic starting monthly salary is around RM1,300 – RM2400.

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Programme
Diploma in Mechanical Engineering [ KPT / JPS/(KR 6703)/01/11]

Professional Recognition
Malaysian Qualification Agency (MQA)

Intake
January / June / August

Duration
3 Years

Fees
RM 20,435

Entry Requirements
Pass SPM or its equivalent with at least credits in THREE (3) subjects, including Mathematics and ONE (1) relevant science / technical / vocational subject AND a pass in English

Overview

  1. Offers a curriculum which is designed to give student a through understanding of the basic laws of science and to simultaneously stimulate and develop innovative thinking, professional attitude, economic judgement, and environment consciousness
  2. Prepare graduates who possess a command of engineering knowledge and hands-on skills required to undertake supervision of a team and troubleshooting in both operation and maintenance
  3. Students are required to attach in industry to apply theory into the real engineering problem.

Programme Learning Outcome

PLO 1

to apply comprehensive knowledge of fundamental engineering including mathematics and sciences.

PLO 2

to demonstrate basic knowledge in core engineering disciplines

PLO 3

to identify, formulate, analyze and solve core engineering problems

PLO 4

to apply design concepts in the engineering problems

PLO 5

to conduct experiment, handle engineering tools and interpret data necessary for engineering practices

PLO 6

to communicate effectively in written and oral form

PLO 7

to function and be productive in a teamand applyentrepreneurship skills to meet global challenges

PLO 8

to be professional and ethical in their practice in serving towards environment and society

PLO 9

to recognize and possess the capability to embark on lifelong learning acquiring information and seeking knowledge either formally or informally

 

Programme Structure

Year 1

Courses

Code

Kepimpinan Dan Kerja Berpasukan

HKU 1111

Proficiency English I

ZEU 1113

Mathematics 1

KFD 1113

Physic

KFD 1134

Chemistry

KFD 1133

P. Islam / P. Moral

MPW 1143 / MPW 1153

Co-Curriculum (Option)

H** 1211

Proficiency English II

ZEU 1223

Mathematics 2

KFD 1213

Engineering Drawing

KJD 1272

Mechanical Workshop 1

KJD 1281

Computer Programming & Application

KJD 1212

Bahasa Kebangsaan A

MPW 1113

Bahasa Kebangsaan B

MPW 1123

 

Year 2

Courses

Code

Mathematics 3

KFD 2113

Statics

KJD 2143

Material Science + (L)

KJD 2123

Thermodynamics + (L)

KJD 2163

Computer Aided Design (CAD)

KJD 2172

Pengajian Malaysia

MPW 1133

Manufacturing Process

KJD 2283

Strength of Materials + (L)

KJD 2233

Electrical Technology

KJD 2293

Dynamics

KJD 2243

 

Year 3

Courses

Code

Applied Thermodynamics

KJD 3163

Mechanic of Machines

KJD 3173

Project Management

KJD 3102

Instrumentation and Measurement

KJD 3183

Fluid Mechanics +(L)

KJD 3154

Mechanical Workshop 2

KJD 3181

Entrepreneurship

POD 3123

Fluid Power

KJD 3253

Computer Aided Manufacturing (CAM)

KJD 3282

Machine Design

KJD 3273

Engineering Project

KJD 3293

Industrial Training

KFD 3346

 

Core Course Description

Course Code

Course

Synopsis

KJD 1272

Engineering Drawing

Introduction to Engineering Drawing – introduces and prepares students for drafting careers in modern, technology-intensive industry and introduces students for technical drafting.

KJD 1281

Mechanical Workshop 1

This course focuses on conventional machining processes and usages of welding machine, drilling machine and fitting tools and measuring equipments.

KJD 1212

Computer Programming & Application

The course aims to expose students with the fundamental knowledge of MATLAB and Excel spread sheet programming software, a mathematical programming environment, and learn generic programming technique as well as MATLAB and Excel spread sheet specific programming skills.

KJD 2143

Statics

This course introduces the concept of forces, moment, principles of equilibrium for both particles and rigid bodies, and its application of structures and frameworks analyses as well as other engineering works.

KJD 2123

Material Science + (L)

This course introduces students on roles of material such as material classification, bonding, structure, imperfection as well as diffusion in solid. Students also learn the mechanical properties and failure behaviour of metals and its alloy and heat treatment methods.

KJD 2163

Thermodynamics + (L)

The course provides the basic concepts such as thermodynamics quantities and properties of pure substance, sources of energy and energy conversation, concepts and definitions, heat energy, work and heat transfer. Properties of fluids, hot gas and ideal gas, first law of thermodynamics process. Second law of thermodynamics and thermodynamics cycles

KJD 2172

Computer Aided Design (CAD)

The course aims to equip students with the fundamental knowledge of CATIA software, a 3D Modelling and Assembly environment, and learn generic engineering modelling drawing technique as well as CATIA specific skills.

KJD 2283

Manufacturing Process

The course provides the basic concepts such as Introduction - Fundamental properties of metals - Metal forming and sheet metal forming processes - Casting - Metal cutting - Joining and assembly process

KJD 2233

Strength of Materials + (L)

The course aims to equip students with the knowledge of the behaviour and analysis of structural materials under various boundary conditions and the means of predicting failure and avoiding them

KJD 2293

Electrical Technology

This course focuses on the basic electric circuit principle and theory, describe and analyse single phase transformer operation and calculation, Identify, explain and Identify and analyse DC machine operation and calculation and explain and analyse AC circuit application

KJD 2243

Dynamics

This course focuses on a proper understanding the basic principles governing the conditions of motion of particles and rigid bodies towards the action of forces and momentum.

KJD 3163

Applied Thermodynamics

Fundamental development of the principles and concepts of thermodynamics. Review of the first and second laws. Criteria of equilibrium. Chemical equilibrium. Availability and irreversibility. Combustion and reacting flow. Heat mass transfer and chemistry in combustion. Analysis of ideal and actual processes involved combustion engines and Refrigeration Systems. Optimization of particular cycles for criteria such as maximum performance and efficiency, and minimum pollution. The sources of energy for combustion engines such as fuels, oxidants and propellants. Design and operating characteristic of different types of engines.

KJD 3173

Mechanic of Machines

This course deals with the study of relative motion between or among the various parts of a machine and forces which act on them. It forms and integral part between dynamics and machine design. It also enforces the knowledge in constructing free body diagram, principles of statics and dynamics.

KJD 3102

Project Management

This course also intend to develop students in understanding the role of a project in an organisation and to know the project management tools, techniques, and interpersonal skills necessary to handle projects from start to finish

KJD 3183

Instrumentation and Measurement

In this course four main areas should be concentrated are the important ofmeasurement concepts in engineering, components of instrumentation systems,analyse important parameters in measurement ie pressure, temperature, displacement, force and flow

KJD 3154

Fluid Mechanics +(L)

This course focuses on a proper understanding the basic principles governing the conditions of static and dynamic pressure, forces, momentum and pipe flow problem.

KJD 3181

Mechanical Workshop 2

This course focuses on conventional machining processes for manufacturing industries

KJD 3253

Fluid Power

Student who take this course should be able to understand the basic fundamental of hydraulic and pneumatic. Hydraulic and pneumatic are widely used in engineering fields especially in heavy industry.

KJD 3282

Computer Aided Manufacturing (CAM)

This course introduces students to the CNC and CAM application environment in various areas. Students will learn the principles, theory, functions & applications of CAM through CAM programming, design & simulations. Students will also be exposed to several hands-on projects in the laboratory.

KJD 3273

Machine Design

The course aims to equip students with the knowledge and skills required to apply the principle of mechanical engineering design, load and stress analysis and failure analysis for basic machine elements such as shaft, spring and welding joint.

 

Career  Opportunities
The program prepares graduates for employment within a multitude of organizations that operates in manufacturing industries in the capacity of maintenance technicians, engineering technicians, industrial programmers, field service engineers, sales engineers, and various high technology employment opportunities in automated manufacturing. Most of students graduated are working in manufacturing industries, oil and gas industries, automotive industries, consultation, and other industries.

Expected Salary
Salary Range in industries such as automotive, manufacturing, oil and gas, and consultancy and others is RM 1500 – RM 2200

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Programme
Bachelor of Engineering (Hons) Electrical[ KPT / JPS / R / 522 / 0025 / 09 / 17]

Professional Recognition

  • Malaysian Qualification Agency (MQA)
  • Engineering Accreditation Council (EAC) [2014-2016]

Intake
January / June / August

Duration
4 Years

Fees
RM 41 570

Entry Requirements

  1. Foundation in science(UNISEL) with CGPA at least 2.00.
  2. Foundation/Matriculation Certificate in science physical from Malaysian Ministry Education or Private Institution with CGPA at least 2.00.
  3. Passed in STPM/STPMV with at least  principals in 2 subjects, mathematics and any science subject.
  4. Diploma in Engineering/Sciences/Technology with at least CGPA 2.00 from Local Government University, Polythecnic or Private University with minimum CGPA  2.00.
  5. Other qualification that organized by Malaysian Government
    and
  6. Prefered candidates with Malaysia University English Test(MUET) certificate, if not students are compulsory to sit for MUET test while studying at UNISEL;
    or
  7. STAM- candidates passed with grade JAYYID and passed in Bahasa Melayu/Bahassa Malaysia (SPM level)
    or
  8. Australian Senior Secondary Qualification
    • Passed in south Australian Certificate Education (SACE) with minimum 50 marks in 5 subjects.
    • West Australian certificate of Education(WACE) with minimum gred C;
    • New South Wales Higher School Certificate(NSWHSC) with minimum 60 marks (BAND 3); or
    • Other qualifications recognized by Australian States itself.
  9. Canadian International Programme (CIMP)/International Canadian Pre University Programme (ICPU)
    • Ontario Secondary School Diploma(OSSD) with minimum 60% marks in 6 subjects;  or
    • Others qualification Gred 12 that recognised by countries/staes itself.

Overview
The Faculty of Engineering offers a comprehensive program in electrical power engineering to meet the needs of the electric power industry and employers whose main businesses are related to electrical power engineering. Students who fulfill the academic requirements of the program will receive the Bachelor of Engineering (Hons) (Electrical) degree.

Undergraduate degree course encompasses at least 8 (eight) semester, including 1 (one) semester for industrial training which requires 136 credit hours. This degree program focuses on the engineering required in electrical power generation, transmission and distribution and it’s utilization in industries.

Program Learning Outcomes

  1. to apply knowledge of mathematics, science and an engineering fundamentals  to the solution of complex engineering problems.
  2. to Identify, formulate, research literature and analyse complex engineering problems.  
  3. to design solutions for complex engineering problems  that meet specified needs with appropriate consideration for public health and safety, societal, and environmental considerations.
  4. to conduct investigation into complex problems using research based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments ,analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of information to provide valid conclusions.
  5. to apply reasonable and practical knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to professional engineering practice.
  6. to explain the impact of professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts and demonstrate knowledge of and need for sustainable development.   
  7. to demonstrate knowledge  of engineering, management  and financial principles in multi disciplinary environments.
  8. to function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams and in multi-disciplinary settings.
  9. to communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large.
  10. to create, select and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools, including prediction and modelling, to complex engineering activities, with an understanding of the limitations.
  11. to apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of engineering practice.
  12. to recognise the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.

Programme Structure

Year 1 
Course Code Course

ZES 1133

KFS 1141

KFS1113

MPW 2143/2153

KES 1123

HKU 1111

ZES 1243

KFS 1213

KES 1223

KES 1233

KPS 1112

H** ****

MPW 2113/ 2123

MPW 2133

Technical English I

Engineering Drawing

Engineering Mathematics 1

Pengajian Islam/ Pendidikan Moral

Digital Electronics

Co-Curriculum

Technical English II

Engineering Mathematics 2

Solid State Electronic Devices

Circuit Theory 1

Electrical Workshop

Co-Curriculum

B. Kebangsaan A/B

Pengajian Malaysia

Year 2 
Course Code Course

KES 2114

KFS 2113

KES 2143

KES 2153

KFS 2143

KFS 2213

KPS 2213

KPS 2223

KES 2263

KJS 2123

Electronics 1

Engineering Mathematics 3

Instrumentation and Measurement

Circuit Theory 2

Computer Programming

Engineering Mathematics 4

Electrical Technology

Introduction to Power System

Microprocessor

Thermodynamics 1

Year 3 
Course Code Course

KPS 3113

KES 3153

KPS 3123

KES 3164

KFS 3122

KES 3214

KRS 3213

KPS 3213

KFS 3223

KPS 3223

KFS 3336

Electrical Machine

Electromagnetic Theory 1

Power Electronics

Signal and System

Entrepreneurship

Communication System

Control System 1

Power System Analysis

Engineering Management and Economics

Electrical Engineering Project

Industrial Training

Year 4 
Course Code Course

KPS 4113

KFS 4132

KFS 4142

KJS 3153

KPS

KPS 4123

KPS

KPS 4223

KFS 4234

KPS 4233

KRS 4213

Protection System

Final Year Project 1

Engineer and Society

Occupational Safety and Health

Elective I*

Electrical Energy and Utilization

Elective II*

Power Electronics and Drives

Final Year Project 2

High Voltage Engineering

Advance Control System

 

Year 4 - Elective Courses* 
Course Code Course

KPS 4133

KPS 4143

KPS 4213

KRS 4123

Power System Stability and Control

Power Generation and Conversion

Electrical Power Quality

Microcontroller

 

Core Course Description

Course Code

Course

Synopsis

KES 1233

Circuit Theory I

This course includes fundamentals of electric circuit, the resistive circuits, techniques of circuit analysis, introduction of inductors and capacitors, basic RL and RC of 1st and 2nd order circuits and introduction of Sinusoids and Phasors.

KES 2153

Circuit Theory II

This course focuses on AC circuit analysis techniques, AC power analysis, magnetically coupled circuits, series and parallel resonance circuit, passive and active filters, application of Laplace Transform and two

KES 3164

Signal and System

This course focuses on the concepts of different type of signal and systems, and the application of various mathematical tools (Solution of LT Differential and Difference equations using method of undetermined coeficient, Laplace, Fourier, Discrete-time Fourier and Z Transform) to analyze and synthesis linear continous and discrete time dynamic systems.

KES 3153

Electromagnetic Theory

This course introduces students to basic understanding and theories in the area of electrostatic, magnetostatic and electromagnetic fields. This elementary electromagnetic field theory is summarized in Maxwell's equations for static and time varying fields in integral and differential forms.

KES 2143

Measurement and Instrumentation

This course will introduce the students with the basic principle of measurement and demonstrate the operation and application of electronic instruments. It will covers the following topics : measurement concepts, AC and DC meters, oscilloscope (CRO), bridges circuit and transducers application

KRS 3213

Control System

This course deals with the fundamentals of control systems, mathematical model and the corresponding transfer function for linear time-invariant systems, analytical and design technique of system response in time-domain and frequency domain.

KRS 4213

Advance Control System

This course focuses on the analysis and design of controllers for continous time systems using state space techniques, and the analysis and design of digital controllers using several methods in both the time and frequency domains for discrete time systems.

KES 1123

Digital Electronics

This course aims to provide the students with a thorough understanding of the principles and practical aspects of modern digital circuits and systems. It will cover the following topics: number systems and codes, logic gates and Boolean algebra, K-Maps method, combinational logic circuits, MSI logic circuits and sequential circuit (flip flops).

KES 2114

Electronics 1

This course includes fundamental of semiconductor material and PN junction, diodes and its application, the analysis of Bipolar Junction Transistor(BJT) and Field Effect Transistor(FET) biasing configutaion.

KPS 2213

Electrical Technology

To provide students an essential principle underlying the operation of electromagnetic devices such as magnetic circuits, transformer, dc machines and the three phase system.

KPS 3113

Electrical Machine

This course consists of five areas, namely synchronous machines (generator and motor), AC motor (Induction motor), three phase transformer, and stepper motor. Accordingly this course aims to cover the types of AC machines and relevant calculations, stepper motor and three phase transformer.

KPS 2213

Power Electronics

This course is a continuation of analog electronics and reinforces the students understanding on analysis, theory, design and application of static power converters.

KPS 4223

Power Electronics and Drives

This course is a continuation of Power Electronics and reinforces the students understanding of analysis, theory, design and application of static power converters in speed control operation of DC and AC motors.

KPS 4113

Protection System

This course is designed to understand the modern electric power system protection and help students to explore the theories, tools and instruments applied in power system protection. Topics, such as, Current transformer, voltage transformer, protective relay, over current protection schemes, distance protection schemes, and deferential protection schemes will be covered in detail.

KPS 4233

High Voltage Engineering

This course is designed to understand high voltage theory and help students to explore high voltage methods of generation and application. Topics, such as, breakdown in gases liquids and solid dielectric, methods used in generation of high AC, DC and impulse voltage and t methods used in measurement will be covered in detail.

KES 3214

Communication System

This course includes the theory and principles of analog and digital modulation system. Topic includes the introduction of communication system such as basic modulation theory, types of modulator and demodulator, introduction to RF circuits. Students are exposed to analog system such as AM, FM and PM also digital system such as ASK, PSK, FSK. Method of converting analog to digital signal will also be highlighted like PCM, quantization and encoding. Finally, the discussion about transmission line will be included.

KPS 2223

Introduction to Power System

To provide students with the basic concept of power system structure including Malaysia power industry and to give students an ability to analyzed the concept of power system load modeling and operation of electric power system

and ng Malaysia power industry

KPS 3213

Power System Analysis

To instill confidence and understanding of those concepts of power system analysis that are likely to be encountered in the study and practice of electric power engineering.

KPS 1112

Electrical Workshop

The course will enhance the students ‘knowledge on regulation and practice of electrical wiring. They will learn Introduction to Safety, Cable and cabling, understand the latest IEE wiring regulation and acts of Energy and Gas Commission assessment; understand the roles and duties of building services supervisor enable students to design simple power distribution system.

KPS 3223

Electrical Engineering Project

The course concentrate on engineering system design process and student’s skill and capability in problem analysis and solving, system design, project implementation and management.

KPS 4123

Electrical Energy Utilization

Accordingly this course aims to cover the various types of conventional plant operation and understanding of electrical energy utilisation. The importance of alternative power generation, energy tariff, energy efficiency and operation strategies also been covered in this course.

KES 2263

Microprocessor

This course introduces the candidates to microprocessor 8085 architecture, assembly programming techniques and interfacing of microprocessor with other computer components.

KFS 2143

Computer Programming

To equip students with the techniques of engineering and scientific problem solving using C language, including data types, mathematical computations, control structures, functions, arrays, pointers, and data structures.

KFS 1141

Engineering Drawing

Introduction to basic foundation of technical drawing including methods, procedures and principles.

KES 1223

Solid State Electronic Devices

This course addresses the basic solid state physics and electronic structure of materials. An introduction to the theory of quantized energy levels and energy bands in solid. The basic concepts of concentration and carrier transport in solid will be covered. PN junction theory is developed and applied to the analysis of operation of solid state devices such as bipolar and field effect transistor.

KJS 2123

Themodynamics

This course focuses on thermodynamics characteristic and properties, energy and energy transfer, process, open and closed system analysis and entropy principle.

KPS 4133

Power Stability and Control

To introduce the students with fundamental concept and importance of stability in power system and discover the basic of modern power system control theories and techniques used to improve the voltage stability

KPS 4143

Power Generation and Conversion

To instill confidence of those concepts of modern power system generation and conversion that is likely to be encountered in the study and practice of electric power engineering. The next topic covered by the course is UPS system, which include UPS classification, applications, converter topologies and control methods.

KPS 4213  

Electrical Power Quality

To introduce to the student the fundamentals and design of electrical distribution systems. In addition, power quality matter and the power factor improvement are also introduced in this course.

KRS 4123

Microcontroller

This course introduces the concept and requirement of microcontroller based system. This includes the characteristic of microcontroller based system, hardware and software development. Covers design of hardware and software for microcontroller systems using a modern single chip microcontroller so as to elucidate the practical applications of microcontrollers to a variety of embedded systems design and interfacing for real industrial. Emphasis is placed on assembly language programming of the microcontroller, interfacing with higher-level languages.

KFS 3336

Industrial Training

This course exposes students to the latest technology and management utilized by industry and enable the students to gain experience and exposure to the working environment in organizations.

KFS 4132

Final Year Project 1

This course expose students with the knowledge of research; citation of literature review, identify appropriate materials, equipment and the methodology that has to be implemented and brought forward in the Thesis level.

KFS 4234

Final Year Project 2

This course exposed the students with the knowledge of research methodology, collecting the data and analyses the results in an appropriate manner.

 

Career  Opportunities
Graduates are able to pursue a wide range of careers such as electrical distribution engineer, power system engineer, power station engineer, solar engineer, M&E Engineer, maintenance/operation engineer, project engineer or research/test engineer.  

Expected Salary

  • Public Sector: Basic starting monthly salary is around RM2,000; plus allowances (such as housing and entertainment) the total can amount to around RM2,500.
  • Private Sector: The amount of basic starting monthly salary can vary from the above amount. However, the total amount of monthly salary earned (inclusive of allowances) is subject to negotiation and which can be higher than that earned in the public sector.

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