This honours degree has been designed for the automotive industry in response to the shortfall of mechanical engineers. It is for those who have a strong interest in mechanical engineering and a clear desire to develop their knowledge and skills in automotive engineering.
The course fully explores the engineering, design, analysis and development of modern cars using various race cars as support for teaching. It also puts emphasis on learning transferable skills applicable to many other industries.
A broad range of assessment methods are used; these include task-based exercises, oral and poster presentations, essays and laboratory reports, and written exams. Each module is assessed by a variety of methods, enabling students to display their full potential. A project dissertation will form one of the final parts of your assessment.
Independent learning is an important aspect of all modules, as it enables students to develop both their subject-specific and key skills. Independent learning is promoted through guided study or feedbacks given to students.
- ENG459 Electrical Science
- ENG484 Engineering Design Practice
- ENG490 Materials & Manufacturing
- ENG492 Automotive Systems
- ENG52J Structures Analysis
- ENG52M Internal Combustion Engine Systems
- ENG53B Business, Research & Professional Development
- ENG53C Engineering Mechanics & Design
- ENG557 Automotive Design
- ENG692 Automotive Dynamics & Powertrain Analysis
- ENG685 Engineering Modelling & Simulation
- ENG687 Aerodynamics
- ENG690/ENG691 Structural Vibration/Composite Materials
- ENG 60G-1 Dissertation 1
- ENG 60G-2 Dissertation 2
- CC 2003 Research Methodology
- CC 2010 E-Commerce
- CC 2012 Fluid Mechanics
- CC 2013 Strength of Materials
- CC 2014 Thermodynamics 1
- CC 2015 Thermodynamics 2
- CC 2101 Engineering Mathematics
- CC 2102 Further Engineering Maths
- CC 2103 Mechanical Science
- PED 1009 Professional English
- MPU 3113 Ethnic Relation
- MPU 3123 Islamic and Asian Civilization
- MPU 3223 Entrepreneurship
- MPU 3323 Career Skills Development
- MPU 3411-3481 Co-curriculum
- ENG IT Internship
Minimum Entry Requirements
- STPM or equivalent with at least CGPA 2.00 and credit in Mathematics and related Science subject.
- Unified Examination Certificate (UEC) with minimum 5Bs including Mathematics and related one (1) Science subject.
- Pass in Matriculation/ Foundation with minimum CGPA 2.00.
- Diploma in Engineering/ Engineering Technology (Level 4, MQF) with minimum CGPA 2.00.
- Other equivalent qualifications as recognised by Malaysia Government.
Career ProspectsThe exciting range of career options open to you when you graduate includes working with car manufacturers and their supply network, in automotive research and development, in consultancy, engineering management, automotive design and in the motorsport industry. There’s a national shortage of fully-qualified engineers in the automotive industry; with a degree in automotive technology you’ll stand out from the crowd when it comes to finding employment. Opportunities include (but are not limited to):
- Race car dynamics
- Motorsport electronics
- Chassis engineering
- Performance car structures
- Electronic technologies
- Performance engine
- Project engineering
- CAD design engineering
- Technical manager
- Lectures 0
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- Duration 50 hours
- Language English
- Students 0
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