Bachelor of Electrical Engineering with Honours

Overview

The broad field of electrical engineering involves working with all manners of electronic devices, from pocket calculators to super-computers. Often overlapping with computer engineering, a degree in electrical engineering can open up the door to a career in almost any industry. Since technology is always changing and expanding, the need for electrical engineers is always growing. Through an understanding of the ways electricity is generated and controlled electrical engineers specifically design, develop, and test electrical equipment. Like any other kind of scientist, they must also know how to communicate their ideas to others in their field. A successful electrical engineer possesses not only an understanding of his or her area of concentration, but also a broad grasp of engineering in general. This is why most degree programs offering electrical engineering begin with the fundamentals of engineering itself. Once the student has mastered these fundamentals, they can start to focus on a specialty.
Electrical engineering students learn through a combination of design and lab work. This mix of theoretical and practical application allows students to think things through and then apply their ideas in a variety of real-life situations. Students also learn to diagnose problems and develop a variety of solutions for specific engineering problems.

Entry Requirements

  • Passed in STPM or its equivalent with a minimum CGPA of 2.00 and a grade of C in Mathematics and one (1) of the Physical Science subjects (i.e., chemistry, physics, etc.).
  • Pass A-Level with minimum Grade D in Mathematics and ONE (1) of the Physical Science subjects (Chemistry or Physics).
  • Pass Matriculation or its equivalent, with a minimum CGPA of 2.00 and a grade of C in Mathematics and one (1) of the Physical Science subjects (i.e. Chemistry, chemistry, physics, etc.).
  • Passed in International Baccalaureate Diploma (IBD) with a minimum of 24 points and attained a minimum score of 4 in Mathematics and one (1) of the Physical Science subjects (i.e. Chemistry, Physics, etc.).
  • STAM with minimum Jayyid and pass SPM or equivalent with minimum Grade C (CGPA 2.0) in Mathematics and ONE (1) relevant physical sciences subject (i.e. Chemistry, Physics, etc.).
  • Passed in Diploma (Level 4, KKM) related to Engineering / Engineering Technology field from higher education provider recognized by Government of Malaysia with a minimum CGPA of 2.00.
  • Pass Higher National Diploma (HND) UK (MQF Level 4) in related area and recognized by Government of Malaysia and according to approval by UniKL Senate.

Program Learning Outcomes

Demonstrate an understanding of how communication shapes patterns of social interaction, the expression of cultural values and norms, political practices and relations of power, and our positions as local and global citizens.

Be able to use a variety of methodological tools to analyze interpersonal, intercultural, and rhetorical discourse that structures everyday interactions in both our public and private lives.

Demonstrate an understanding of the possibilities, problems, and history of discourse and deliberation in democracy and will be prepared to use their knowledge to work for a just and more humane world.

Programme

Semester 1 Credits Number
Rhetoric & the Public Sphere 4 ESTU 203
Communication & Everyday Life 2 ESTU 340
Critical & Rhetorical Methods 4 ESTU 657
Semester 2 Credits Number
Relational Communication 4 ESTU 768
Public Relations Campaigns 4 ESTU 432
Rhetoric of Social Movements 2 ESTU 873

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