Mechatronics is a multidisciplinary engineering branch incorporating Mechanical, Electronics, Control, Networking and Software systems. The synergy of these systems are widely used in multiple industries which typically include automation and system integration. Graduates are therefore involved in almost all levels of various sectors, namely: design, development, applications, manufacturing and advanced research.
May/June, November (Selected programme)
KL Main Campus
• Engineering Mathematics/ Applied Engineering Mathematics/Advanced Engineering Mathematics
• Programming for Engineers
• Project Management and Finance
• Engineering Materials/Strength of Materials
• Thermodynamics/Heat Transfer
• Fluid Mechanics & Hydraulics
• Engineering Drawing & CADD
• Engineering Design
• Statics/ Dynamics
• Electric Circuits
• Basic Electronic/Digital Logic Design/Analogue Electronics
• Control Systems Engineering/ Design of Control Systems
• Measurement & instrumentation
• Microprocessor Systems/Embedded Systems Engineering
• Artificial Intelligence/Engineering Data Science
• Finite Element Analysis
• Industrial Control & Automation/ Design of Automation Systems
• CNC Workshop Technology
• Exergy & Renewable Energy
• Theory of Machines/ Electrical Machines/ Power Electronics & Drives
• Robotic Technology/ Robotic Systems & Design
• Networking Systems
• Capstone Project
• Industrial Training
• Project & Dissertation
• Language, Mata Pelajaran Pengajian Umum (MPU) and Co- Curricular Courses:
English Language, English for Communication, English for the Profession, Tamadun Islam dan Asia, Hubungan Etnik, Bahasa Kebangsaan A, Entrepreneurship, Moral dan Etika/Contemporary Malaysian Issues, Co-curricular
Encompassing mechanical, electronics and control aspects, graduates who were trained under mechatronics engineering would find job opportunities in automation, robotics, instrumentation & control and systems engineering sectors. Having a solid fundamental knowledge, graduates are also able to venture into design, research and development, engineering services, autonomous system engineering and/or jobs that are in-line with the Fourth Industrial Revolution (IR 4.0)
•Design & Development Engineers
•Service/ Technical Support/ Field Application Engineers
•Instrumentation & Control Engineers
•Automation & System Integration Engineers
•Autonomous System Engineers
Fees & Financial Aid:
Estimated Total Fees: (RM) 41,000 (Malaysian Student), RM65,900 (International Student).
The estimated total fees may vary by 10%.
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- Graduates are competent in the practice of Mechatronics field of engineering.
- Graduates are engaged in lifelong learning and professional development.
- Graduates are committed to professionalism in engineering practices and contribute to the society.
Upon completion of the programme, the graduates should be able to:
1. Ability to acquire and apply knowledge of mechatronics engineering to the solution of complex engineering problems.1. Ability to acquire and apply knowledge of mechatronics engineering to the solution of complex engineering problems.
2. Ability to perform complex mechatronics engineering problem analysis through identification, formulation, research and critical analysis through systematic approach.
3. Ability to utilise systems approach to evaluate performance and design solutions for complex problems in mechatronics engineering systems.
4. Acquire in‐depth technical competence to conduct investigation into complex mechatronics engineering problems using research based knowledge and research methods to obtain valid conclusions.
5. Ability to create, select and apply modern tools, appropriate techniques and resources to complex mechatronics engineering problems, with an understanding of the limitations.
6. Understand the social, cultural, global and environmental responsibilities of a professional mechatronics engineer’s practice and solutions to complex engineering problems.
7. Understand the needs and principles of sustainable development and the social/environmental impact of solutions to complex mechatronics engineering problems.
8. Understand the professional and ethical responsibilities of mechatronics engineers and the commitment to them.
9. Ability to communicate effectively on complex mechatronics engineering activities in both oral and written means with people of technical and non-technical background.
10. Able to function effectively as an individual and in a group with the capacity to be a leader or manager.
11. Recognise that mechatronics engineering is a fast evolving field requiring the need for life-long learning and possessing/acquiring the capacity to do so.
12. Understand project management principles and issues that are required to deliver successful engineering projects in multidisciplinary environment.