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​Bachelor of Electrical and Electronics Engineering with Honours

JPT/BPP(R/523/6/0198)11/19


Introduction

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Electrical & Electronics Engineering (EE) have always been one of the important engineering disciplines within the engineering society. EE contributions are not limited to areas with applications such as telecommunications, computer systems, and power engineering but also extended into areas of applications such as in manufacturing, information technology and many more. Unlike other engineering disciplines, EE is very dynamics and sensitive to technological advancement in the world. In fact, most technological revolution starts from Electrical and Electronics.


Electrical & Electronics engineers are involved in the design and development of modern high technology applications, such as, automation for electromechanical systems, computer systems, embedded systems, or electronic control systems applied in process plants, renewable energy, automotive industry, aerospace, and even maintenance. In other words, Electrical & Electronics engineers are in high demand in various fields. Graduates in this EE are highly sought after by potential employers.


The Bachelor of Electrical and Electronics Engineering with Honours programme at Universiti Teknologi PETRONAS emphasises on a strong foundation in physics, mathematics, and chemistry, followed by a thorough coverage of basic electrical and electronics engineering courses such as circuit theory, analogue electronics, digital electronics, microprocessor, and signal & systems. At higher levels, students are exposed to data and computer networking, digital signal processing, electrical machines, power systems, control systems, communication systems, instrumentation and power electronics. In the final year, students have the opportunity to major in one of these selected areas of their interest:


  • Computer and Communication
  • Instrumentation and Control
  • Power Systems Engineering
  • Electronics & Devices

Programme Educational Objectives

  • Engineers who are competent with the potential to become leaders in Electrical and Electronic Industries.
  • Engineers who are committed to sustainable development of Electrical and Electronic industries for the betterment of society and nation.

Programme Outcomes

To produce graduates with the following outcomes:

  • Apply knowledge of mathematics, natural science, engineering fundamentals and engineering specialisation to the solution of complex engineering problems.
  • Identify, formulate, conduct research literature and analyse complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences and engineering sciences.
  • Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design systems, components or processes that meet specified needs with appropriate consideration for public health and safety, cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.
  • Conduct investigation of complex engineering 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.
  • Select and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools, including prediction and modelling, to evaluate complex engineering problems, with an understanding of the limitations.
  • Apply reasoning informed by contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to professional engineering practice and solutions to complex engineering problems.
  • Evaluate sustainability and impact of professional engineering work in the solutions of complex engineering problems in societal and environmental contexts.
  • Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of engineering practice.
  • Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams and in multi-disciplinary settings.
  • Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and society.
  • Apply knowledge of engineering management principles and economic decision making in one's own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects in multidisciplinary environments.
  • 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.

Graduation Requirements

In order to graduate with the Bachelor of Electrical & Electronics Engineering with Honours, students are required to obtain a minimum of 143 credit hours and a minimum CGPA of 2.00


Summary​​ of Course​s Required for G​raduation
Course Group (G) Number of Credit Hours
NR - National Requirement 10
UR - University Requirement 14
CC - Core-Common 21
CD - Core- Discipline 75
CSp - Core Specialisation 9
CI - Core Industrial Internship 14
TOTAL 143

Programme Curriculum Structure:

Bachelor of Electrical & Electronics Engineering with Honours


SEMESTER 1
​Code Courses​ Cr​ G​
​MPU3122
MPU3142
​TITAS (Local)
BM Komunikasi 2 (International)
​2 ​NR
​PEB1012 ​Introduction to Oil & Gas and Sustainable Engineering ​2 ​UR
​FEM1013 ​Engineering Mathematics 1 ​3 ​CC
​EEB1013 ​Microelectronic Physics & Devices ​3 ​CD
​EEB1023 ​Circuit Theory ​3 ​CD
​​Credit Hours 13

SEMESTER 2
​Code Courses​ Cr​ G​
​MPU3112
MPU3172
​Hubungan Etnik (Local)
Malaysian Studies 3 (International)
​2 ​NR
​FEM1023 ​Engineering Mathematics 2 ​3 ​CC
​CEB1032 ​Health, Safety & Environment ​2 ​CC
​EEB1031 ​Electrical Circuit Analysis Lab ​1 ​CD
​EEB1043 ​Structured Programming and Interfacing ​3 ​CD
​​Credit Hours 11

SEMESTER 3
​Code Courses​ Cr​ G​
​MPU 2 ​One (1) MPU2 Course ​2 ​NR
​LEB1042 ​Academic Writing ​2 ​UR
​EEB1054 ​Digital Electronics ​4 ​CD
​EEB1063 ​Signals & Systems ​3 ​CD
​EEB1073 ​Electromagnetic Theory ​3 ​CD
Credit Hours 13

SEMESTER 4
​Code Courses​ Cr​ G​
MPU 3 ​One (1) MPU3 Course ​2 NR
KXXxxx1 ​Co Curriculum I ​1 UR
HEB1023 ​Scientific Inquiry ​3 UR
EEB2013 Analogue Electronics ​3 CD
EEB2023 ​Network Analysis ​3 CD
​EEB2033 ​Probability and Random Processes ​3 ​CD
Credit Hours 15

SEMESTER 5 ​ ​ ​
​Code Courses​ Cr​ G​
HEB2033 ​Professional Communication Skills ​3 UR
EEB2043 ​Communication Systems 3​ CD
EEB2053 ​Instrumentation and Measurement ​3 CD
EEB2063 Microelectronic Circuits ​3 CD
EEB2072 ​Mixed Signal System Lab ​2 CD
Credit Hours 14

SEMESTER 6
​Code Courses​ Cr​ G​
KXXxxx1 ​Co Curriculum II ​1 UR
GEB2102 ​Entrepreneurship ​2 UR
MEB2063 ​Engineering Team Project ​3 CC
EEB2083 Microprocessor & Computer Architecture ​3 CD
EEB2093 ​Electrical Machines ​3 CD
Credit Hours 12

SEMESTER 7 ​ ​ ​
​Code Courses​ Cr​ G​
MPU 4 / HEB1012 ​Community Engagement Project ​2 NR
FEM2063 ​Data Analytics ​3 CC
EEB3013 ​Power Systems ​3 CD
EEB3023 Control Systems ​3 CD
EEB3033 ​Power Electronics ​3 CD
Credit Hours 14

STUDENT INDUSTRIAL INTERNSHIP PROGRAMME
​Code Courses​ Cr​ G​
IEB3037 ​Student Industrial Training (SIT) ​7 CI
Credit Hours 7

STUDENT INDUSTRIAL INTERNSHIP PROGRAMME
​Code Courses​ Cr​ G​
IEB3047 ​Student Industrial Project (SIP) ​7 CI
Credit Hours 7

SEMESTER 8
​Code Courses​ Cr​ G​
VEB3102 ​Project Management ​2 CC
GEB3022 ​Engineering Economics ​2 CC
EEB4013 ​Introduction to Artificial Intelligence ​3 CD
EEB4022 Integrated System Design Project I ​2 CD
EEB4033 ​Digital Signal Processing ​3 CD
​​​Credit Hours 12

SEMESTER 9
​Code Courses​ Cr​ G​
EEB4043 ​Integrated System Design

Project II

​3 CD
​Final Year Project I ​2 CD
EEB4063 ​Data & Computer Network ​3 CD
EEB4XX3 Core Specialisation I ​3 CSp
​​Credit Hours 11

SEMESTER 10
​Code Courses​ Cr​ G​
EEB4073 ​Engineers in Society ​3 CC
​Final Year Project II ​4 CD
EEB4XX3 ​Core Specialisation II ​3 CSp
EEB4XX3 Core Specialisation III ​3 CSp
Credit Hours 13

 

​​​​​​​​​​Total Credit Hour​s : 143

    

 

Core Specialisation (CSp) Courses

 

Students are required to choose any of the following sets of Core Specialisation's areas (set A, B, C, or D) for Core Specialisation Elective I, II and III.

        

​​​A. Computer an​d Communication​ ​ ​ ​ ​
No Code Course Name Cr G
1 EEB4113 Advanced Communication Systems 3 CSp
2 EEB4123 Real-Time Microcontroller Systems 3 CSp
3 EEB4133 Digital System Design 3 CSp

 

​​​B. Instrumentat​ion and Control ​ ​ ​
No Code Course Name Cr G
1 EEB4213 Modern Control Engineering 3 CSp
2 EEB4223 Industrial Automation and Control Systems 3 CSp
3 EEB4233 Plant Process Control Systems 3 CSp

 

​​​C. Power Systems Engineering ​ ​ ​ ​
No Code Courses Cr G
1 EEB4313 Advanced Electrical Machines 3 CSp
2 EEB4323 Advanced Power Electronics 3 CSp
3 EEB4333 Advanced Power Systems 3 CSp

 

​​​​D. Electronics & Devices ​ ​ ​ ​
No Code Courses Cr G
1 EEB4413 Analogue Integrated Circuit Design 3 CSp
2 EEB4423 Sensors & Transducers Design 3 CSp
3 EEB4433 System On-Chip Design 3 CSp

 

Minor (EM) Courses

 

Engineering students who are interested to enhance their knowledge in management and business will have the option to complete courses offered under Minor. There are four Minor packages available to Engineering students as follows:

  • Minor in Entrepreneurship
  • Minor in International Relations
  • Minor in Project Management
  • Minor in Big Data Analytics

In order to be eligible for Minor, students are required to pass and complete all the courses under the same package (15 credits). Results obtained from courses under Minor will be counted into GPA/CGPA calculation.  Students are reminded that the option to complete Minor courses are at the students' discretion and are not compulsory. The total credit hours accumulated under Minor courses will be over and above the graduation requirements of 143 credit hours.     

 

​​​​Minor in Entrepre​ne​urship   ​ ​ ​ ​ ​
No Code Courses Cr G Semester
1 GEB2043 Principles of Marketing 3 EM ​​​Students can take these courses in any semester ​ ​ ​ ​
2 GEB2053 Principles of Finance 3 EM
3 GEB2063 Business Communication 3 EM
4 GEB1023 Economics 3 EM
5 GEB3123 Technopreneurship 3 EM
​Total Credit Hours ​ ​ 15   

 

​​​​Minor in International Relationship   ​ ​ ​ ​ ​
No Code Course Name Cr G Semester
1 GEB1043 Cross-Cultural Management 3 EM ​​​Students can take these courses in any semester ​ ​ ​ ​
2 GEB2063 Business Communication 3 EM
3 GEB1023 Economics 3 EM
4 GEB3143 Law and International Business 3 EM
5 HEB2163 Global Citizen 3 EM
​Total Credit Hours ​ ​ 15   

 

​​​​Minor in Project Management   ​ ​ ​ ​ ​
No Code Courses Cr G Semester
1 VEB3113 Operations Management 3 EM ​​​Students can take these courses in any semester ​ ​ ​ ​
2 VEB3123 Project Scheduling and Control 3 EM
3 VEB3133 Risk Analysis & Quality Management 3 EM
4 VEB3143 Contract Management 3 EM
5 VEB3153 Procurement & Estimation 3 EM
​Total Credit Hours ​ ​ 15   

  

​​​​Minor in Big Data Analytics   ​ ​ ​ ​ ​
No​ Code Courses Cr G Semester
1 FEM3013 Artificial Intelligence 3 EM ​​​​Students can take these courses in any semester ​ ​ ​ ​
2 FEM3023 Simulation and Optimisation 3 EM
3 FEM3033 Data Mining 3 EM
4 FEM3043 Big Data Analytics 3 EM
5 FEM3053 Data Science & Methodology 3 EM
​Total Credit Hours ​ ​ 15   

 

 

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