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4 years February , July and October
RM48,101 Malaysian student
RM54,915 International student 2020 fees per year
Professionally accredited Industrial training
COURSE HIGHLIGHT Complement your studies by participating in external design competitions for a greater learning experience .
RECOMMENDATION Complete Mechanics of fluid at level one .
CAREER PATHS Graduates would be able to deploy their skills in a wide range of industries , including :
• research and development
• product and process design
• technical sales and support
• manufacturing
• field and test engineering
• project management
• systems design
• power plant operations and quality control .


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Mechanical engineering is about the efficient use of energy in the design and function of all types of mechanisms , from the simplest to the most complex .
It covers the generation , conversion , transmission and use of mechanical and thermal energy , and includes the design , construction and operation of devices and systems . Growth industries include advanced manufacturing , smart buildings , renewable energy , medical engineering and consulting practice .
Mechanical engineers are increasingly engaged in the design and operation of devices that require skills that cross traditional discipline boundaries . You might design automatic control systems , or create efficiently heated and cooled buildings . You could manage the water supply for a whole state , take charge of the operation of a smart building , design wind turbines or highly efficient , low-cost products for the developing world .
You might be called on to optimise the aerodynamics of trucks and trains , work with the medical profession to create robots that can operate with greater precision than a human , or be at the cutting edge of advanced manufacturing using 3D printers to create aircraft parts with elegance and function .
Course structure
You ’ ll complete 108 points of core units and 36 points of electives to graduate . Units offered in levels two to four are listed below . Units have a value of six credit points , unless stated otherwise .
Level two
• Advanced engineering mathematics
• Dynamics I
• Engineering design I
• Mechanics of materials
• Mechanics of fluids
• Thermodynamics
• Two elective units
Level three
• Fluid mechanics II
• Engineering design II
• Dynamics II
• Engineering computational analysis
• Solid mechanics
• Systems and control
• Two elective units
Elective units
• Material selection for engineering design
• Advanced engineering technologies
• Introduction to reliability engineering
• Experimental project
Level four
• Project I
• Project II
• Professional practice
• Engineering design III
• Thermodynamics and heat transfer
• Computer-aided design
• Two elective units
Elective units
• Non-destructive testing and inspection
• Sustainable engineering and design with nanomaterials
• Refrigeration and air conditioning
• Artificial intelligence for engineers
• Internal combustion engine
• Robotics
• Industrial noise and control
• Momentum , energy and mass transport in engineering systems
• Clean energy materials
• Control systems .
Elective units
• Electromechanics
• Electrical circuits