Bachelor of Engineering (Hons.) (Electronics majoring in Computer)
(R/523/6/0166) 06/19 (MQA/FA4866)
For students aiming for a professional career in computer systems and information technology, this four-year computer engineering programme provides a complete undergraduate training in the design and development of both the hardware and software aspects of computers and digital systems. The curriculum encompasses specialised training in computer organisation and architecture, data science, operating systems, data communications and networking, high-performance computing, artificial intelligence, microprocessor system, computer security, virtual reality, and object-oriented programming.
As an engineering degree, the syllabi also cover rigorous grounding in engineering fundamentals such as circuit and signal analysis, field theory, electronics, control theory, power systems, machines and engineering mathematics. Courses in management, economics, accounting and law are included to ensure that graduates are well-rounded and marketable to future employers. Capping off the programme in the third and fourth years are the industrial training, capstone and graduate projects, which serve to cultivate skills and capabilities in research, system design, practical problem-solving, and project management.
Acquire and apply knowledge of mathematics, science and engineering fundamentals to solve complex engineering problems.
Acquire technical competencies in a specialised engineering discipline to solve complex engineering problems.
Identify and analyse complex engineering problems to reach substantiated conclusions using fundamental principles of mathematics, science and engineering.
Design solutions for complex engineering problems that meet specified needs with appropriate considerations for public health and safety, society and the environment.
Conduct research–based investigations into complex engineering problems to reach valid conclusions.
Create, select and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools to complex engineering activities.
Apply appropriate reasoning to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues that are relevant to professional engineering practice, and solutions to complex engineering problems.
Understand the impact to sustainability, society and the environment in the design and development of professional engineering solutions to complex engineering problems.
Apply and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities in engineering practice.
Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities in both oral and written forms.
Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader of a team in multidisciplinary environments.
Recognise the need for, and acquire the ability to engage in life-long learning amidst change.
Demonstrate engineering and management principles, as a member and leader of a team, in managing projects in multidisciplinary environments.
Dr. Sarina Mansor
Dr. Nurul Nadia Ahmad
Assistant Programme Coordinator
Dr. Ooi Chee Pun
Prof. Dr. Fabian Kung Wai Lee
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Mohammad Faizal Ahmad Fauzi
Dr. Chin Ji Jian
Dr. Goh Vik Tor
Chan Mun Leong
Gan Ming Tao
Mohd Haris Lye Abdullah
Yap Wen Jiun
Yvonne Kam Hwei Syn
Tsen Seong Fook
|Qualifications||Bachelor of Engineering in Computer Engineering, Royal Melbourne Institue Technology (R.M.I.T), Australia|
|Position and Organisation||Platform Applications Manager of IoTG/ISG and University Program Lead & Sponsor of Embedded Group, Intel Corporation Malaysia
|Duration of Appointment||Session 2017/2018 – Session 2019/2020|
Prof. Asoke Kumar Nandi
|Qualifications||PhD, The University of Cambridge, Cambridge, UK|
|Position and Organisation||Professor and Head of Electronic and Computer Engineering,
Brunel University London, Uxbridge, Middlesex, UK
|Duration of Appointment||Session 2018/2019 – Session 2019/2020|