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MATHEMATICS course introduces students to logical and mathematical thinking.
This course focuses on providing basic logic, sets, relations and functions, as
well as graphs and trees which integrate symbolic tools, graphical concepts and
numerical calculations. This course also addresses the counting principle as
well as Boolean Algebra which are related to the Information Technology
COMPUTER APPLICATION exposes students to
different packages of applications software such as word processor,
spreadsheet, presentation, project management, internet security and digital
etiquette. This course mainly emphasize on the practical aspects of using
applications software and awareness in digital world activity. Students will
develop teamwork and leadership skills to present ideas and organize project.
Students are able to use the information and technology skill attained in
DISCRETE MATHEMATICS course introduces students to logical and mathematical thinking. This course focuses on providing basic logic, sets, relations and functions, as well as graphs and trees which integrate symbolic tools, graphical concepts and numerical calculations. This course also addresses the Counting Principle as well as Induction and Recursion which are related to the Information Technology programme.
MATHEMATICAL COMPUTING course introduces students to numbering system, geometry and complex numbers. Calculus covers the simple techniques of differentiation and integration. In addition, this course also exposed to basic concept of matrices and linear algebra to help them in solving mathematical problem in organizing data through theoretically and practically.
MATHEMATICAL COMPUTING course introduces students to
numbering system, basic algebra and complex numbers. Calculus covers the simple
techniques of differentiation and integration. In addition, this course also
exposes to basic concept of matrices and linear algebra to help them in solving
mathematical problem in organizing data through theoretically
BASIC MATHEMATICS 2 course is a continuation of basic mathematics 1. The mastery of mathematics concept was further strengthened so that the students can understand in depth and widen its usage. The topics of this course comprises solving problems related to trigonometry, circular measure, vector, inequality and matrix.
STRENGTHOFMATERIALSprovides knowledge onconceptsandcalculationofforcesonmaterials,thermalstress,shearforceandbendingmoment,bendingstress,shearstressandtorsioninshafts.It also deals with the experiments conducted on tensile test, bending moment, shearing force and torsion and deflection.
PNEUMATIC & HYDRAULICS provides knowledge and understanding to the importance of pneumatic and hydraulics circuits, equipment and design along with its usage in the industry.
POWER TRANSMISSION MECHANISM introduces and reveals element of mechanism movement power and commonly used converter common use. This module includes chain, bearing, gear, cam, followers, coupling, clutch and brake. This module gives knowledge on the working principle of elements power transmission mechanism and students should be able to choose and form power transmission mechanism.
ELECTRICAL TECHNOLOGY exposes students to the basic electrical circuit concepts, the application of electromagnetism in electrical machines and transformers. The course focuses on the different types of electrical circuits, the relationship between current and voltage including the resistance. It also provides the skills on the methods of constructing basic circuits and operation of electrical machines and transformers. This course also exposes the students to the demonstration of experiments in Electrical Engineering.
Computer Integrated Manufacturing (CIM) is introduced along with the ideas of flexible and fixed types of automated system. Process for integration of automated system and the specific process are the acquisition and implementation of the hardware and software for the production cells in the manufacturing system
CONTROL SYSTEM provides knowledge regarding various concepts of feedback
control system and the required mathematical methods. The emphasis of the course
is on control action, pneumatic control, hydraulic control and frequency response.
This course also provides knowledge in analyzing and designing stability and
AUTOMATION PROGRAMMING course provides knowledge relating to the concept and basic principles of programming using a C/C++ language. The emphasis of this course is to understand use of objects, language structures and program structures. This course also provides knowledge and practical skills to develop complete programming tasks through various visual programming techniques.
Thermodynamics is the field of physics that deals with the relationship between heat and other properties (such as pressure, density, temperature, etc.) in a substance.
Specifically, thermodynamics focuses largely on how a heat transfer is related to various energy changes within a physical system undergoing a thermodynamic process. Such processes usually result in work being done by the system and are guided by the laws of thermodynamics.
QUALITY CONTROL provides knowledge on basic principle and concept of quality including statistical method in controlling products quality or services. This course also emphasises on the application of Control Chart and Quality Control tools and also explains the portance of International Standard of Quality Assurance Standard, ISO 9000 for an organization.
MATERIALS SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING course introduces students a comprehensive coverage of basic fundamentals of materials science and engineering. The course focuses on material structures, properties, fabrication methods, corrosion, thermal processing and material testing mostly of metals and alloys. New fabrication method of powder metallurgy are introduces to student to cater the fabrications of devices, sensors for Industry 4.0 technology.
AUTOMOTIVE MANUFACTURING PROCESS provides students with an understanding of basic design and manufacturing process including a study of forming and shaping processes, joining processes. Students also learn the process of rapid prototyping and surface textile on the quality of an engineering component
DFE Design For Environment
provides knowledge on defining the job, plan the work, and control it according
to plan, enabling the students to understand the scope of the project, the
timeline, include deciding the beginning of work, the progress of work,
managing costs, managing human resources and implementing a plan for
communication. This course examines project management roles and environment,
the project life cycle and various techniques of work planning, and control and
evaluation to achieve project objectives.
WORKSHOP TECHNOLOGY provides exposure and knowledge in using hand tools,
machine operation such as drilling, lathe, milling and computer numerical control. It
also covers on gear measurement and inspection welding process in oxy acetylene,
Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW), Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (GTAW) and Gas
Metal Arc Welding (GMAW).
OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH course is designed to impart understanding of the selfregulatory concepts and provisions under the Occupational Safety & Health Act (OSHA). This course presents the responsibilities of workers in implementing and complying with the safety procedures at work. Understanding of notifications of accidents, dangerous occurrence, poisoning and diseases and liability for offences will be imparted upon students. This course will also provide an understanding of the key issues in OSH Management, Incident Prevention, Fire Safety, Hazard Identification Risk Control and Risk Assessment (HIRARC), Workplace Environment and Ergonomics and guide the students gradually into this multi-disciplinary science.
Engineering Mechanics is the study of forces that act on bodies and the resultant motion that those bodies experience. Engineering mechanics subject involves the application of the principles of mechanics to solve real-time engineering problems.
ERGONOMICS covers the introduction to ergonomics, human biomechanics, anthropometry, the design of controls and displays, ergonomics approach in product design and design applications. Students are made aware of human factors considerations in product design.
MANUFACTURING PROCESS provides knowledge on concepts of fundamental manufacturing, metal casting process, forming and shaping process and powder metallurgy. This course also provides knowledge in manufacturing processing parameters that influence design consideration and produce a quality product.
FLUID MECHANICS provides students with a strong understanding of the fundamentals of fluid mechanics principles related to the fluid properties and behavior in static and dynamic situations. This course also exposes the students to the demonstration at the real equipment of fluid mechanics.
COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN 1 provides a comprehensive introduction to Computer-Aided Design software. It is an introductory level where the students will learn to navigate and use the software to create two-dimensional design in engineering.
MANUFACTURING SYSTEM explains the terminologies and concepts that are necessary in the learning of manufacturing system.
MANUFACTURING CONTROL provides knowledge about basic principal and concept on managing an organization and major levels in manufacturing planning and control system (MPC) which help in making the forecast, production plan, control production and manages inventory
MOBILE APPLICATION DEVELOPMENT introduces mobile application development for the Android platform. Android is a software stack for mobile devices that includes an operating system, middleware and key applications. The Android SDK provides the tools and APIs necessary to begin developing applications on the Android platform using the Java programming language. Students will learn skills for creating and deploying Android applications, with particular emphasis on software engineering topics including software architecture, software process, usability, and deployment. Topics will include Android Development Environment, user interfaces, audio, persistence, SQLite databases, location, sensors, and graphics
DATABASE ADMINISTRATION course will help students to develop the database administration capabilities and will discuss how to create and manage database, users, roles and resources. It also gives them in depth knowledge of important features of Oracle database administrator.
INTEGRATIVE PROGRAMMIONG AND TECHNOLOGIES course introduces students to the knowledge of GUI programming in Java. This course addresses on the creation of GUIs through standalone front-end applications and web-based application. This course also focuses primarily on the Swing library, Abstract Window Toolkit (AWT) and also equips students with knowledge in the development of database applications and web-based solutions.
HUMAN COMPUTER INTERACTION course aims to provide students with fundamental knowledge of HCI, including areas such as user and task analysis, human factors, ergonomics, accessibility standards and universal design. The course focuses on awareness in computer technology and how usability plays a major part in achieving effective implementation of designs and interactivity. This provides a new dimension that will enrich the lives of people who are ICT savvy.
VISUAL PROGRAMMING course provides students with the knowledge and skills needed to develop applications in Microsoft Visual Basic .Net for the Microsoft .NET platform. The course focuses on user interface programming structure, language syntax and integration of Visual Basic .NET application development. This course introduces computer programming using the Visual BASIC programming language with object-oriented programming principles. Emphasis is on event-driven programming methods, including creating and manipulating objects, classes, and using object-oriented tools such as the class debugger. Upon completion, students should be able to design, code, test and debug at a beginning level
OPEN SOURCE SERVER ADMINISTRATION is a course designed to provide students with skills on managing servers used to administer Campus Area Network (CAN) and network services needed. Students will acquire knowledge and skill in server's configurations implemented in a typical Campus Area Network (CAN) environment using Linux.
DIGITAL MULTIMEDIA course covers multimedia concepts and applications utilizing text, graphics,
animation, sound, video, and various multimedia applications in the design, development, and creation of
multimedia presentations and publications within an interactive environment. Students will explore the use of
multimedia tools in designing and authoring of interactive digital media.
INVENTIVE PROBLEM SOLVING course is designed to enable today’s students to bring such a session of a new series of tools and techniques called Theory of Inventive Problem-Solving. This theory is also known as TRIZ which it is the Russian acronym for the “Theory of Inventive Problem Solving”.
CYBERPRENEURSHIP course provides a broad overview of
the role of entrepreneurial thinking and innovation in advancing IT-focussed
business. This student will examine how these skills can be leveraged to create
new IT-driven business as well as to create competitive advantage for existing
business via new IT products and services. Students will be introduced to
concepts, tools, and principles of business management including business
strategy, finance, marketing, human resources, and leadership within the
context of IT business models.
OBJECT ORIENTED PROGRAMMING course introduces students to the principles and concepts
behind the paradigm of Object Oriented Programming. This course introduces students to write, compile
and run programs, make effective use of some of the standard packages, write object-oriented code
using classes and objects, inheritance and polymorphism.
TOOLS/SOFTWARE: Netbeans+JDK and Star UML
NOTE; Students may enrol the course using dedicated key
CONNECTING WAN course introduces strategies that can be used to systematically design a highly functional in a complex network, such as the hierarchical network design model, WAN technologies, Broadband solutions, VPN, GRE, IPsec and WAN troubleshooting.
ADVANCED ROUTING course introduces students to the operations of advanced routing protocols in larger and multi-area networks. Students learn how to configure routers for advanced functionality. By the end of this course, students will be able to configure and troubleshoot routers and resolve common issues with OSPF and EIGRP in both IPv4 and IPv6 networks.
NETWORK SECURITY course is designed to focus on the overall security
possessed based on security policy emphasizing on hands-on skills in the areas
of a secure perimeter, secure connectivity, identity services and intrusion
detection. The knowledge delivered shall enable students to identify some of
the security approaches to design a defensive strategy in a computer network
DESIGN course aims to develop the skills necessary to design small Enterprise
LANs and WANs based on network lifecycle phase. It also provides an
introduction to collecting network design requirements, translating those
requirements into equipment and protocol needs, and creating a network topology
which addresses the needs of the customer. It will also familiarize students
with the process to create and implement a design proposal for a customer.
BASIC ROUTING TECHNOLOGY course introduces students to the equipment, applications, and protocols in a small network. The course provides knowledge on routing protocols such as Routing Information Protocol (RIP) with DHCP and NAT. Students also learn about the routing tables and Access Control Lists (ACLs). Students’ skills are developed through hands-on exercises in the laboratory on configuration, installation and troubleshooting a network.
SOURCE OPERATING SYSTEM course is an introductory course students will learn
and familiar with the open-source environment. Installation, configuration, and
management of Linux operating systems are explored. Focus on filesystem
management, user and group accounts management, and common administrative
tasks. This course is ideal for beginners to learn the Linux command line but
it is also great for intermediate and advanced users.
NETWORK FUNDAMENTALS course covers the fundamental
of the networking concepts, principles and terminology. Topics include network
protocols, Local-area networks (LANs), Wide-area networks (WANs), Open System
Interconnection (OSI) model, cabling, and Ethernet Internet Protocol (IP) and
network standards. In this course, there will be an interactive
lecture, practical activity, case study, discussion, presentation, workshop,
video sharing, buzz group throughout the semester. Do enjoy!!
In this course, there will be an interactive lecture, practical activity, case study, discussion, presentation, workshop, video sharing, buzz group throughout the semester. Do enjoy!!
SYSTEM ANALYSIS AND DESIGN course in an introduction to the concept and development of
information system. The course is designed to acquire the knowledge of the
system development life cycle. Its covers all activities in planning,
analyzing, designing and developing information system including techniques
used in software maintenance. System analysis is the process of turning a set
of user requirements into a logical system specification. Systems design takes
the logical specification and converts it into a set of data flow diagrams,
data dictionary and process specification.
INTRODUCTION TO NETWORK is an introductory computer networks subject and it aims to provide a wide overview of networking and its technologies such as the seven layers of OSI and TCP/ IP model. This course also provides students with the knowledge in wireless networking device and network troubleshooting. Students will get an experience in troubleshooting and configuration by using networking tools.
The course assessment consist of:
- Coursework Assessment (CA/PB) = 70%
- Final Assessment (FA)/ Final Examination (FE) = 30%
SWITCHING AND ROUTING ESSENTIALS course covers the Ethernet Internet Protocol (IP) addressing and network standards. Students also learn how to troubleshoot a network problem. This course also introduces students to the equipment, applications, and protocols in a small network.Students’ skills are developed through hands-on exercises in the laboratory on configuration, installation and troubleshooting of a switched network and basic routing.
SECURITY BASICS AND IT PROFESSIONAL course introduces students the common threats and attacks faced today. This course provides student with foundational theory behind information security, the basic principles and techniques when designing a secure system. Students are exposed to the principles and good practices in environmentally sustainable secured computing and the use of appropriate tools and technology in managing information system environment.
PROGRAMMING FUNDAMENTALS course introduces the fundamental concepts of structured programming and provides a comprehensive introduction to programming for Information Technology majors. Topics include data types, control structures, pointer, structure, functions, arrays and the mechanics of running, testing and debugging. Practical lab sessions will help to develop the skills required to identify the best data and program constructs to solve well-defined problems.
DATABASE DESIGN course engages students to analyze business scenarios and create a data model - a conceptual representation of an organization’s information. Students implement their database design by creating a physical database using SQL (Structured Query Language). Basic SQL syntax and the rules for constructing valid SQL statements are reviewed. This course culminates with a case study that challenges students to design, implement, and demonstrate a database solution for a business or organization.
This course will cover briefly the evolution and major components of operating system. Particular emphasis will be given to three major OS subsystems; memory management, process management, file systems and operating systems in mobile devices today that supporting distributed systems.
COURSE Learning Outcomes :
Upon completion of the course, students should be able to:
a. Explain the concept of operating system, memory, process and file management in operating systems(C2, PLO1).
b. Practice effective interactions with peers in managing setting of computer and mobile operating system (A2, PLO4).
SYSTEM ARCHITECTURE course is designed to introduce the basic concepts on which the stored program
digital computer is formulated. These include the introduction of computer
architecture and computer organisation, and the representation and manipulation
of numbering system. This goal addresses the question on how does a computer
work and how it is organized. The course also provides students with foundation
knowledge of the
Central Processing Unit and
assembly language programming.
PROBLEM SOLVING AND PROGRAM DESIGN introduces the
techniques in problem solving and program design. The concepts learned in this
course can be applied to many of the real life problems which can be solved by
writing computer programs. A multiphase program development life cycle and two
basic phases of problem solving and program design are emphasized. Problem
analysis and the stepwise specification of the algorithms, pseudo code and flow
chart are also defined.
INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER SYSTEM introduces students to the hardware, software and foundation in the basic Information Technology (IT) knowledge and skills necessary for ICT professionals. This course is the study of personal computer (PC) hardware including PC assembly, installing and connecting peripherals. Student will learn hardware troubleshooting techniques used to identify and rectify computer faults. Student are exposed to the principles and good practices in environmentally sustainable computing and the use of appropriate technologies, methodologies in managing IT environment.
DIGITAL PRINT is generally defined as any types of print production that utilizes electronic files to produce a printed piece. Digital printing eliminates numerous mechanical steps in the conventional printing process. Variable data printing uses digital printing technology that customizes communication by linking databases that contain the content for printed documents to a print device, such as the digital press. The customized communication includes rules that specify the selection of content from the database and the placement of that content in the document.
OFFSET OPERATION 1 is introduces single colour and multicolour press and basic offset printing. Operation of sheet system and production are discussed. Monitoring and verification of the performance, and the reporting of faulty performance of equipment are tackle to produce a proof print on small offset presses. Shutting down and general maintenance are also covered.
COLOUR MANAGEMENT introduces colour terminology, concepts and principles
of light and colour for print media. Students will be able to manage colour separation
to produce production proofs, colour calibration and proofing techniques, as well as
colour fundamentals for scanning.
FUNDAMENTAL OF DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY offers basic photography creative techniques. It includes learning about handling and operating camera. This course also covers the history and the development of photography from conventional to digital technology. All basic aspects in photography are covered including technical and compositional know-how skills.
PROLOGUE TO GRAPHIC DESIGN introduces graphic design as abroad discipline that encompasses many different aspects and elements. Students will be expose to the history of graphic design from late 19th to early 20th century and introduce to the icons of graphic design. Furthermore, the design thinking method will be practiced in generating ideas to develop appropriate design. Current issues and trends of graphic design will be continuously discussed to create an awareness of designs that may be philosophical sensory, aesthetic, emotional or political in nature.
ENVIRONMENTAL GRAPHICS introduces the fundamental process of creating signage systems pertaining to environmental design.
VISUAL MERCHANDISING is designed to
expose students to practice producing actual visual displays using the
effective strategies in visual merchandising. It provides the basic framework
in which merchandisers can plan and construct visual displays that will enhance
the selling of the merchandise and ideas.
INTERACTIVE MEDIA emphasizes on interactivity techniques and composition. Besides providing a comprehensive explanation of the meaning and the content of multimedia, students also have the opportunity to learn methods of organizing content and designing interfaces. The products of interactive CD-ROM for variety purposes content are to be created as the students’ final project.
MOTION GRAPHIC exposes students to the applications used in industry for developing motions for broadcast identification, opening titles, as well as the production of animated graphics. The manipulation of typography, illustrations and images will be emphasized following the latest trends. Students are required to produce series of motion graphics for variety purposes content as their project.
DIGITAL PUBLISHING focuses on the study of publishing design and the basic
structural layout and development of grid in the modern graphic design publication.
The appropriate software will be practiced in order to produce desktop publishing
layouts via the essential workflows of conventional and digital pre-press and
INTRODUCTION TO ART AND DESIGN introduces the basic elements and principles of art and design. The elements and principles used in visual communications and design determine the styles and trends that form the essences of all aspects in design application. These introduce students to a wide range of artistic and design techniques.
FUNDAMENTALS OF TOURISM AND HOSPITALITY exposes students to the profile, complexity and interrelation of tourism and hospitality sectors, including the significance of tourism to the host and global communities. Students are also introduced to the career, academic and entrepreneurial prospects which exist in the industry. The reality of workplace demands and employability skills in the tourism and hospitality profession are also shown. Students are given the opportunity to gain experience through talks on tourism and hospitality industry delivered by invited guest speakers.
exposes students to skills required for establishing a specific career path offered through personal and professional development.
This course leads students to practise excellent hospitality and customer service attitude which are integral for success in tourism and hospitality industry.
By providing a platform for students to keep abreast of the current practices, passion for tourism and hospitality professionalism can be inculcated.
Students will demonstrate positive and warm hospitable attitude and
values in delivering high quality service.
TOURISM MALAYSIA exposes students to the tourism scenario in Malaysia.
It also covers the history of Malaysian tourism while instilling a sense of appreciation and pride towards Malaysia.
Students’ depth of knowledge and understanding of Malaysia will leave a significant and positive impact to the tourism industry in Malaysia.
Students are also exposed to the various tourism products and attractions available as well as not forgetting the demands and existing supply in Malaysia.
Students are given the opportunity to gain experience through field trips and talks on tourism and hospitality industry delivered by invited guest speakers.
FUNDAMENTAL OF RECREATION exposes students to the profile, complexity, trends and interrelation of recreation. Students are also introduced to the career and academic prospects which exist in the industry. The reality of workplace demands and employability skills in recreation profession are also shown. Students are exposed to the importance of sustainable tourism practice in recreation. Students are given the opportunity to gain experience through talks on tourism and hospitality industry delivered by invited guest speakers.
Principles of management contains management aspects such as planning, organizing, leading, controlling and human resources management in tourism context. The concept; elements, types and process of management will be discussed during the course of study. The understanding of management principles in tourism context is very much required for enhancement of future career.
CUSTOMER SERVICE FOR TOURISM AND HOSPITALITY exposes students to skills required for establishing a specific career path offered through personal and professional development. Student should be given knowledge and basic understanding on how customer service being established practiced and organized in the hospitality and tourism industry. Students also should be able to demonstrate positive and hospitable attitude that has been practiced in hospitality and tourism industry and how the public sector is responding to them.
CUSTOMER SERVICE FOR TOURISM AND HOSPITALITY exposes students to skills required for establishing a specific career path offered through personal and professional development.
Student should be given knowledge and basic understanding on how customer service being established practiced and organized in the hospitality and tourism industry.
Students also should be able to demonstrate
positive and hospitable attitude that has been practiced in hospitality and tourism
industry and how the public sector is responding to them.
- Occupational Safety and Health course is designed to impart understanding of the self-regulatory concepts and provisions under the Occupational Safety & Health Act (OSHA).
- This course presents the responsibilities of employers and employees in implementing and complying with the safety procedures at work.
- This course provide an understanding of the key issues in OSH Management, incident prevention, Emergency Preparedness and Response (EPR), fire safety, occupational first aid, Hazard Identification, Risk Assessment and Risk Control (HIRARC)
- Guide the students gradually into this multi-disciplinary science.
Intorduction to International Business provides an overview of how international business is conducted by taking into consideration various mechanism for dealing with governments and the changing political landscape, different business laws and regulations, local customs and culture. This course fulfills the need to ensure that students are well versed in global operations.
HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT covers principles and approaches applicable to the human resource management in an organization. It also offers students an understanding about activities of human resource management department. Through this course, students also have the opportunity to have an overview of Malaysia industrial relations practices and procedures.
COMMUNICATIVE ENGLISH 1 focuses on developing students’ speaking skills to enable them to communicate effectively and confidently in group discussions and in a variety of social interactions.
It is designed to provide students with appropriate reading skills to comprehend a variety of texts. It is also aimed to equip students with effective presentation skills.
COMMUNICATIVE ENGLISH 2 emphasises the skills required at the workplace to describe products or services as well as processes or procedures.
It also focuses on the skills to give and respond to instructions while enabling students to make and reply to enquiries and complaints.
ENGLISH FOR DIGITAL TECHNOLOGY aims to focus on developing the ability of students to
function effectively in an ICT environment by using the language needed to perform their daily routine
in their future workplace.
MPU24011 Sukan - Ping Pong
SUKAN adalah aktiviti yang mengandungi latihan kemahiran berguna secara rekreasi dan
peraturan-peraturan tertentu dalam mengejar kecemerlangan bagi penguasaan pengetahuan dan
kemahiran khusus secara holistik bagi mengukuhkan pembentukan kemahiran insaniah pelajar