Master of Electronic Engineering (Electronic Systems)

INTRODUCTION

pcb-2-1242158-639x446In this modern world of IT and technology revolution, the electronic engineering and application has penetrated into virtually all areas of disciplines. From the most advanced aerospace and automobile industries to the more conventional agriculture and food industries, electronic circuits and systems are fully engaged. The year 2020 is set by the government that Malaysia becomes a developed industrialized nation, virgourous effort is being put in, both by the industry players as well as the government officers to achieve this status as the year 2020 is just a few years away. One of the agendas is to generate K-Workers who are competent and have the knowledge to perform their work. People to be classed under this category must be constantly informed of the needs of the discipline by either working in the area or to further their education. With this in mind and to stay relevant and competitive, FKEKK took the initiative to offer the Master of Electronic Engineering as a contributor to the development of the nation. This will create knowledge hungry minded people who will have the determination to excel in their job later on.

Many people who are in the various engineering disciplines encounters electronic systems and their applications. And for those who are directly involved in the electronic engineering, electronic systems and applications have become more sophisticated and complex. To become a significant contributor to the company, one has to keep improving both on the practical as well as the theoritcal advancement in electronics. The Master of Electronic Engineering (Electronic Systems) is a good opportunity for anybody to upgrade their knowledge and at the same time their academic qualification.

CURRICULUM STRUCTURE

The Master of Electronic Engineering (Electronic Systems) is conducted on a taught course basis. It is designed to extend the knowledge and skills gained during the undergraduate degree program. The major areas are dealing with electronic subjects to fully justify the course as prescribed. The curriculum comprises of a couple of university compulsory subjects, a number of common engineering subjects and the rest are advanced electronic subjects plus a project related to the field of studies. The programme involves lectures, seminars and project work. The whole programme consists of 40 credits hours which is in compliance to the MQA which requires a minimum of 40 credits for a master programme. The subjects are deliverd on a taught course basis, along with assignments and assessments. A grade of 2.7 is the minimum to pass a subject but an overall of Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) of at least 3.0 is required for the award of the Master degree. This includes the successful completion of the Master Project II module to be completed during the special semester.

COURSE CURRICULUM

SEMESTER 1

CODESUBJECTCREDITCATEGORY
MPSW 5013Research Methodology3W
MPSW 5033Engineering and Technology Management3W
MENC 5013Advanced Digital Signal Processing3P
MENE 5013Advanced Electronic Design3P
MENT 5013Advanced TCP/IP Network3P
MENE 5213Digital Control3K
TOTAL18

SEMESTER 2

CODESUBJECTCREDITCATEGORY
MENU 5014Project I4PS
MENE 5223Artificial Intelligent3K
MENE 5233Advanced Power Electronics3K
MENE 5513Advanced Control3E
MENE 5523Discrete Event System3E
MENE 5533Sensor Technology3E
MENE 5543Embedded System Design3E
TOTAL16*

*Choose TWO (2) Electives (E) Only

SPECIAL SEMESTER

CODESUBJECTCREDITCATEGORY
MENU 5026Project II6PS
TOTAL6
GRAND TOTAL40

Category:

W: University Compulsory Subjects
P: Programme Core Subjects
K: Course Core Subjects
E: Elective Subjects
PS: Master Project