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Diploma in Mechanical Engineering
Diploma Kejuruteraan Mekanikal
The Diploma in Mechanical Engineering (DME) programme focuses on to produce highly skilled engineers who will be pioneers for industrial and economic achievements in the area of applications, research and development, as well as technology design. To produce leaders in engineering that specializes in mechanical engineering in order to fulfill industrial demands in the area of engineering and technology. To prepare graduates who possess a command of engineering knowledge and hands on skills required to undertake a supervision of a team and troubleshooting in both operation and maintenance within the industrial context. At the end of the programme, students of DME are expected to:
- Solid foundation in the fundamentals of the chosen discipline
- Professional competencies in the chosen discipline
- Creative, innovative and enterprising
- Critical thinking and problem solving skills
- Language and communication skills
- Leadership, teamwork & interpersonal skills
- Social and national responsibility
- Capability of lifelong learning
Programme Educational Objectives (PEOs)
- PEO 1
To produce professional, competent, innovative and socially responsible graduates in mechanical engineering and electrical and electronics engineering.
- PEO 2
To produce graduate who have effective leadership and team work skills and interpersonal communication skills.
- PEO 3
To produce graduates who are committed to the importance of lifelong learning and continuous improvement
- PEO 4
To produce graduates who practice professionalism taking into consideration ethical, social and environmental issues.
- PEO 5
To produce graduates capable of embarking on business and technopreneurial activities in mechanical engineering and electrical and electronics engineering as well as related industries.
Programme Learning Outcomes (PLOs)
- PLOs 1
Acquire and apply basic knowledge of mathematics and science fundamental.Demonstrate basic skills in mechanical engineering/ electrical & electronics.
- PLOs 2
Apply the fundamental engineering knowledge to analyze, identify and solve mechanical / electrical & electronics engineering problems.
- PLOs 3
Conduct laboratory experiments as well as analyze and interpret data.
- PLOs 4
Develop awareness to manage and recognize the impact of engineering solutions in a global, economic, environmental and societal context.
- PLOs 5
Communicate and apply the appropriate Japanese Language and their culture.
- PLOs 6
Function and exhibit good teamwork and management skills and serve as effective members of multidisciplinary project teams.
- PLOs 7
Implement knowledge of contemporary issues and use the techniques, skills and modern scientific and technical tools necessary for professional practice.
- PLOs 8
Recognize the constantly evolving nature of mechanical engineering practice and the needs to stay abreast of the latest development in the field.
- PLOs 8
Show the importance of professional and ethical responsibilities.
Graduates in this field may find employment in manufacturing-related industries such as:
- Manufacturing Engineer
- Production Engineer
- Planning and Control Engineer
- Industrial Engineer
- Quality Engineer
- Maintenance Engineer
- Process Designer/Engineer
- English 1
- Basics Japanese
- Intro to Engineering & Technical Drawing
- Basic Mathematics 1
- Basic Physics 1
- Basic Chemistry 1
- Malaysia Studies
- English 2
- Japanese Language for Engineering
- Basic Mathematics 2
- Basic Chemistry 2
- Basic Physics 2
- English 3
- Mathematics 1
- Physics 1
- Chemistry 1
- Information Processing 1
- Japanese Language for Engineering & Technology 1
- Writing & Expression 1
- Introduction to Electrical & Electronics Engineering
- Japanese Economy & Management
- Engineering Mechanics
- Science & Technology Japanese (additional class)
- Earth & Environment
- Amalan Islam di Malaysia
- Religious Practice in Malaysia
- Theory & Practical: Physical Education
- Japanese Language for Engineering & Technology 2
- Writing & Expression 2
- Mathematics 2
- Physics 2
- Chemistry 2
- Information Processing 2
- Mechanics of Material 1
- Machine Design 1
- Mathematics 3
- Mechanics of Material 2
- Machine Design 2
- Thermodynamics 1
- Mechanics & Machine Elements
- Mechanical Instrument
- Experiment in Mechanical Engineering 1
- Mechanical Engineering Workshop 1
- Control Theory
- Integrated Japanese 1
- Engineering Ethics
- Industrial Internship
- Integrated Japanese 2
- Japanese Studies
- Mathematics 4
- Mechanical Vibration
- Fluid Mechanics
- Thermodynamics 2
- Experiment in Mechanical Engineering 2
- Mechanical Engineering Workshop 2
- Final Engineering Project (Mechanical)
UniKL MIDI (formerly known as UniKL IPROM)
JPT/BPP (R/521/4/0083) 05/24, MQA/FA3776
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