B.Eng. (Hons.) Mechatronics Engineering (Dual Degree)
BACHELOR OF ENGINEERING DEGREE IN MECHATRONIC ENGINEERING PROGRAMME AND BACHELOR OF ENGINEERING DUAL DEGREE IN MECHATRONIC ENGINEERING PROGRAMME (UMP-HsKA, GERMANY)
The degree is offered as a result of the need to produce professional graduates who are knowledgeable and competent in their field. They would also have leadership qualities and able to work in a team. The implementation of the outcomes-based education would ensure that this objective is achieved.
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HEAD OF PROGRAM'S WELCOME NOTE
Welcome to our faculty. Besides Bachelor's Degree of Engineering in Manufacturing, we are currently offering two programs, namely Bachelor's Degree of Engineering Mechatronic and Bachelor's Degree of Engineering in Mechatronic (UMP-HsKA, Germany). We strive to produce excellent mechatronic engineers who are capable of developing, designing, producing, maintaining, and running mechatronic systems and their components especially in manufacturing and automotive applications which are the biggest engineering markets in Malaysia.
Adopting a comprehensive curriculum with syllabuses which emphasize mechatronic areas such as robotics, control / automation and instrumentation, modern teaching and laboratory equipment to simulate industrial environment, hands-on practices by the students, a combination of highly experienced lecturers / professors with talented and courageous young lecturers, research commercialization, good added values and professional ethics, we try to develop the students who would be able to integrate the elements of electronics, mechanics and computer sciences respectively in information processing.
In addition, we also want to improve the quality of our graduates by offering dual-degree program in collaboration with University of Applied Science Karlsruhe (HsKA), Germany which is the ONLY university to do so in Malaysia. The graduates from this program will be recognized not only by professional organisations in Malaysia but also in Germany which is a huge advantage for them to build their professional career after study.
After graduation, our students are able to work in the areas of research and development, technical consultation, marketing, production, manufacturing and services, and are therefore regarded as “all-rounders” who would fit well into engineering fields such as mechanical, electronic and control / automation.
Therefore, I would like to welcome everyone to experience and learn mechatronic engineering in theory and in practice at our Faculty.
Dr Ahmad Shahrizan Bin Abdul Ghani
M.Eng (Germany), PhD (USM)
Phone: 09-424 5861 / 5836
Head of Program Mechatronic Engineering