Mechanical engineering is the broadest among all engineering disciplines. Thus, most of the modern day inventions are due to knowledge and application of mechanical engineering. Ranging from simple machineries to supersonic jets and self-driving vehicles, mechanical engineers were always involved from the inception of an idea to the creation of market-ready product. Graduates trained under mechanical engineering will be equipped with the know-hows and skills to work in a wide spectrum of industries such as manufacturing, automotive, modern agriculture, bio-medical, building services and product design. They are well prepared to contribute to the modern world, fulfilling the needs of the Fourth Industrial Revolution (IR 4.0).
May/June, November (Selected programme)
KL Main Campus
- Engineering Technical Mathematics/Trigonometry &Algebra/ Statistics/Calculus
- Engineering Science
- C++ Programming
- Project Management & Finance
- Engineering Materials
- Mechanics: Statics/Mechanics: Dynamics
- Mechanical of Machines
- Engineer & Society
- Fluid Mechanics
- Workshop Technology
- Manufacturing Technology
- CNC Technology
- Production Planning & Control
- Electric Circuits
- Sensors and Actuators
- Industrial Controller
- Engineering Drawing & CADD
- Industrial Training
- Language, Mata Pelajaran Pengajian Umum (MPU)and Co-Curricular Courses: English Language, English for Communication, Pengajian Malaysia 2, Bahasa Kebangsaan A, Public Speaking, Civic Consciousness and Volunteerism, Co-curiccular
Minimum Credits: 97
Graduates with diploma qualification are competent in working as assistant engineers or technicians in various sectors, including mechanical, manufacturing, process and production, design and development, and also in relevant sales or marketing sectors.
•Sales/Marketing sectors related to Mechanical Engineering
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Fees & Financial Aid:
Estimated Total Fees: (RM) RM19,400 (Malaysian Student), Rm 34,800 (International Student)
The estimated total fees may vary by 10%.
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PEO1: Graduates are competent engineering technician practitioners in the field of Mechanical engineering.
PEO2: Graduates are engaged in lifelong learning and professional development.
PEO3: Graduates are committed to professionalism in engineering technician practices and contribute to the society..
On completion of the programme, graduates should be able to acquire/perform/practice:
1. Knowledge - Ability to acquire and apply Mechanical engineering knowledge to wide practical procedures and practices
2. Problem Analysis - Ability to identify and analyse well-defined engineering problems using codified methods of analysis appropriate to Mechanical engineering
3. Design/Development of Solutions - Design solutions for well-defined technical problems and assist with the design of systems, components or processes with consideration to public health and safety, cultural, societal, and environmental considerations
4. Investigation - Conduct investigations of well-defined problems, identifying relevant codes and catalogues, conduct standard tests and measurements
5. Modern Tool Usage - Apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern tools to well defined engineering problems, with an awareness of the limitations
6. Engineer and Society - Demonstrate knowledge of the societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and its repercussions to engineering technician practice and solutions to well-defined engineering problems
7. Environment and Sustainability - Understand the sustainability and impact of engineering technician work in well-defined engineering problems in societal and environmental contexts
8. Ethics - Understand and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of technician practice
9. Communication - Able to communicate effectively on well-defined engineering activities in both oral and written means with the engineering community and society
10. Individual and Team Work - Function effectively as an individual, and as a member in diverse technical teams
11. Life Long Learning - Recognise the need for, and engage in independent updating in the context of specialised technical knowledge
12. Project Management and Finance - Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of engineering management principles as a member or leader in a technical team within multidisciplinary environments