Bachelor Degree Project

 

INTRODUCTION


The bachelor degree project is the largest single piece of work assigned to students throughout their degree. It is intended both to consolidate the skills gained throughout the degree programme as well as prepare students to undertake and participate in projects upon graduation. This project could be:

1. Collaboration with related industries
    a. Industrial Product / Process / System Development (Hardware / Software).
    b. Industrial Problems and Cases.
    c. Industrial Issues / Phenomenon.

2. Integrated multidiscipline projects such as:
    a. Combination of different discipline to achieve the required objectives.
    b. Combination of different technology in product / process / system development.

3. Problem-base projects such as:
    a. Previous case studies that require further investigations for continuous improvement.
    b. Problems and cases at works that experienced by the lecturers and engineers in the industries
    c. Problems and cases at works that experienced by the students during their internship program in the             industries.

For the implementation of assessment for projects in Category 1, Industrial Assessors will be invited to assess the project during project presentation and seminar. For projects in Category 2 and 3, only Internal Assessor will assess the project during project presentation and seminar. Bachelor Degree Project course is divided into two phases, which are Bachelor Degree Project I and Bachelor Degree Project II. This course runs consecutively in the final year of the engineering technology program. Three credit hours are assigned for Bachelor Degree Project I and five credit hours are assigned for Bachelor Degree Project II. Bachelor Degree Project I is a prerequisite course for Bachelor Degree Project II. Bachelor Degree Project II course is the continuation of Bachelor Degree Project I course. It is an important mechanism in teaching and learning process because it integrates all courses acquired in engineering technology. This course will also develop the student’s capability to analyse, discuss and present the results of the project research clearly, effectively and confidently in both oral presentation and in Bachelor Degree Project report.

 

CHAIRPERSON

Dr. Rohani Binti Rahmad

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FACULTY COORDINATOR

Dr. Nadirul Hasraf Bin Mat Nayan

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DEPARTMENT COORDINATOR

 

Department of Civil Engineering Technology:

Mr. Mohd Sufyan Bin Abdullah

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Department of Electrical Engineering Technology:

Mr. Amirul Syafiq Bin Sadun

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Department of Chemical Engineering Technology:

Dr Nadirul Hasraf Bin Mat Nayan

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Department of Mechanical Engineering Technology:

Mr. Haffidzudin Bin Hehsan

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Mr. Ashari Bin Kasmin

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