The Bachelor of Electronic Engineering with Honours offered by the faculty is a broad-based course which combines engineering science, mathematics, electrical and electronic engineering fundamentals, and develops in students the mastery of electronic engineering principles and applications to solve complex electronic engineering problems. Students will undergo 3 years of common curriculum upon which they can decide a programme with emphasis on computer engineering, industrial electronics, telecommunication electronics or wireless communication in the final year. The broad-based programme will provide the solid foundation in theoretical understanding to allow students to undertake problem analysis and identifications, formulation and generate appropriate solutions in the broad field of electrical and electronic engineering. The curriculum helps to hone the generic skills of the students and prepare them the opportunities to perform research, present their findings, implement and provide engineering solutions.
The programme is designed in an integrated manner to build up the students’ engineering expertise from fundamentals to addressing of specific engineering challenges with the opportunity to develop specialization in focused areas of interest. The programme is implemented with a blend of theory and practice, with team-based assignments and projects running alongside with lectures.
All the programmes offered by the faculty have been accredited by the relevant professional institutions and are qualified to register with the Board of Engineers Malaysia as the first step towards becoming a professional engineer.
Career prospect for FKEKK graduates is extremely good. Graduates from this course can be employed in the fields of electronic engineering as industrial electronic engineers, computer engineers, telecommunication engineers and wireless communication engineers and other numerous related engineering professions. They can be engineers in the industrial automation systems, industrial electronic, control systems, electronic instrumentation, computerised system in manufacturing and production industries, plant engineers in industries, manufacturing computer product such as computers and computer peripherals, system engineers in industries manufacturing computer based product, telecommunication systems and wireless communication systems.
Graduates who have special interest in the academic fields can become academicians such as lecturers and researchers in institutions of higher education, the universities and research centres and agencies.
Upon being qualified as professional engineers, they can practice locally as well as in countries who are members of the Washington Accord.
Graduates who choose not to become employee can be self-employed and opt to be involved in business and become successful entrepreneurs in their areas of expertise.
Year 1 is a reinforcement year for the students who have been given the opportunity to begin their journey towards becoming electronic engineers. The subjects offered are Engineering Mathematics, Computer Programming, Electrical and Electronic Engineering Fundamentals and subjects that fortified moral values and co-curriculum.
In Year 2 and Year 3, the students have to study the common and programme core subjects for Bachelor of Electronic Engineering programme. These subjects are carefully selected to fulfill the body of knowledge, the formal educational requirements of graduate engineers, which is closely monitored and assessed by the Engineering Accreditation Council of Malaysia (EAC). Apart from that, the students are required to undergo a minimum of 10 weeks industrial training during the special semester of Semester 3. This exercise provides the students the opportunity to experience and learn the reality of working life besides seeking more knowledge and networking.
In the final year, the students have the opportunity to choose which areas of interest they want to focus in. For those who prefer industrial electronics, they can choose electives listed under that particular specialization. Likewise for the other specializations of computer engineering, telecommunication electronics and wireless communications, the students are given the opportunity to have their preferences. The students are also required to carry out a Bachelor Degree project that is related to field of specialization. The purpose of the project is to provide the students to display their ability to apply engineering knowledge to solve complex engineering problems utilizing components, design systems and processes, undertaking problem identifications, formulation and analysis of complex problems encountered.
A total of 128 credits are required for the Bachelor of Electronic Engineering to be awarded upon successfully completed the programme.
An Electronic Engineering degree graduate from FKEKK, UTeM has an immense range of careers to choose from. The multi-faceted approach in conducting the programme provides the graduates the knowledge, confidence and attributes to enter the workforce with analytical and communication skills, making a significant contribution to the development of the engineering field and to the nation.
CODE SUBJECT CREDIT CATEGORY
Islamic and Asian Civilization(TITAS)/
Malay Language Communication
BKKX xxx1 Co-Curriculum I 1 W
BLHW 1442 English for Academic Purposes 2 W
BMFG 1313 Engineering Mathematics 1 3 P
BEKG 1123 Principles of Electrical and Electronics 3 P
BMFG 1213 Engineering Materials 3 P
BEKG 1233 Principles of Instrumentation and Measurement 3 P
CODE SUBJECT CREDIT CATEGORY
BKKX xxx1 Co-Curriculum II 1 W
BMCG 1013 Differential Equations 3 P
BITG 1233 Computer Programming 3 P
BENG 1413 Digital Electronics 3 P
BMCG 1523 Engineering Graphics and CAD 3 P
BENG 1132 Engineering Practice 2 K
BLHL 1XX2 Language Electives 2 E
|BEKG 2443||Engineering Mathematics 2||3||P|
|BEKG 2433||Electrical Systems||3||P|
|BENC 2413||Digital System||3||K|
|BENT 2713||Circuit Theory 1||3||K|
|BENE 2123||Fundamental of Electronics||3||K|
|BENG 2211||Electronic Engineering Lab 1||1||K|
|BLHW 2452||Academic Writing||2||W|
|BENG 2143||Engineering Statistics||3||P|
|BENC 2423||Microprocessor Technology||3||K|
|BENT 3733||Signals and Systems||3||K|
|BENT 2723||Circuit Theory 2||3||K|
|BENE 2133||Analogue Electronics||3||K|
|BENG 2431||Electronic Engineering Lab 2||1||K|
|BTMW 4012||Technology Entrepreneurship||2||W|
|BENG 4322||Engineer and Society||2||P|
|BENT 3753||Communication Principles||3||K|
|BENC 3443||Multimedia Technology and Applications||3||K|
|BENE 3143||Electronic System Design and Analysis||3||K|
|BENT 3743||Electromagnetic Fields and Waves||3||K|
|BENG 3211||Electronic Engineering Lab 3||1||K|
|BLHW 3462||English For Professional Interaction||2||W|
|BMFG 4623||Engineering Economy and Management||3||P|
|BENU 3863||Integrated Design Project||3||P|
|BENT 4733||Digital Signal Processing||3||K|
|BENE 3223||Control Principles and Systems||3||K|
|BENG 3761||Electronic Engineering Lab 4||1||K|
|BLHX XXX2||General Elective||2||E|
|BENU 3005||Industrial Training||5||P|
|BENU 4972||Bachelor Degree Project 1||2||P|
|BENU 4131||Engineering Seminar||1||P|
|BENE 4333||Artificial Intelligence||3||K|
|BENG 4711||Electronic Engineering Lab 5||1||K|
|BENX xxx3||Engineering Elective 1||3||E|
|BENX xxx3||Engineering Elective 2||3||E|
|BENU 4984||Bachelor Degree Project 2||4||P|
|BENC 4453||Computer Architecture||3||K|
|BENX xxx3||Engineering Elective 3||3||E|
|BENX xxx3||Engineering Elective 4||3||E|
* to be taken by International Students Only
W: University Compulsory Subjects
P: Common Core Subjects
K: Program Core Subjects
E: Elective Subjects
|BENC 4463||Microcontroller Technology||3||E|
|BENE 4233||Industrial Control||3||E|
|BENT 4773||Telecommunication System Engineering||3||E|
|BENT 4783||Wireless Communication System||3||E|
|BENC 4473||Digital Integrated Circuit Design||3||E|
|BENE 4253||IC Design and Process||3||E|
|BENT 4793||Microwave Engineering||3||E|
|BENT 4813||Data Communication and Networking||3||E|
|BENC 4483||Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition||3||E|
|BENE 4243||Industrial Automation||3||E|
|BENT 4823||Digital Communication System||3||E|
|BENT 4833||Antenna and Wave Propagation||3||E|
|BENC 4513||Embedded Software Design||3||E|
|BENE 4343||Power Electronics and Drives||3||E|
|BENT 4853||Radio Navigation System||3||E|