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  • BRIEFING ON EAC REQUIREMENT, OBE, COMPLEX

    ENGINEERING, CAPSTONE PROJECT/ INTEGRATED

    DESIGN PROJECT & CDIO SUPPORTS

    CDIO: Framework for Re-Thinking Engineering Education

    -CDIO in Capstone Project-

    ACADEMIC SEMINAR, 21 SEPTEMBER 2016

    (Series 1/Sep16-Jan 17)

    Presented by:

    Assoc. Prof. Dr Nor Hayati Saad

    Deputy Dean for Academics

    Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Universiti Teknologi MARA

  • Explain the Rationale for Design

    Implement experiences / Design Project

    OBJECTIVE

    2

    Design Thinking, Design Project, EAC

    Requirement, Project Component, CDIO Element

    EAC Requirement, OBE, Complex Engineering,

    Design Project; Determine how CDIO can Strengthen

    OBE Implementation & Design Component

    Explain The Pillar of CDIO- The Standard &

    Syllabus Capstone/ Integrated Design Project

    Project Intent, Gallery Walk, Prototyping,

    Assessment

  • EAC Manual 2012

    3

    Reference: EAC Manual 2012, Engineering Accreditation Council 2012, BEM, page 16

    Design Projects

    Design projects shall include complex engineering

    problems and design systems, components or processes

    integrating core areas and meeting specified needs with

    appropriate consideration for public health and safety,

    cultural, societal, and environmental considerations

  • ENGINEERING PROGRAMME ACCREDITATION MANUAL

    CRITERION 1 ACADEMIC CURRICULUM [EAC MANUAL 2012: GUIDELINES FOR EVALUATION PANEL]

    The course content and core materials etc. shall cover each

    component specified in Appendix B to an appropriate breadth

    and depth, and shall be adequate and relevant to the

    Programme Outcomes. . [3rd paragraph]

    Reference: EAC Manual 2012, Engineering Accreditation Council 2012, BEM, Guidelines for Evaluation

    Panel, page GL-16

    4

  • APPENDIX B - ENGINEERING CONTENT FOR SELECTED

    ENGINEERING DISCIPLINES AND INNOVATIVE

    PROGRAMMES (DISCIPLINE: MECHANICAL)

    (a) Engineering Sciences, Principles, and Applications

    An accredited programme is expected to cover the broad areas of the

    respective disciplines at an appropriate level. The following are examples

    of underpinning courses that may be introduced for the respective

    disciplines:

    Materials,

    Statics and Dynamics

    Fluid Mechanics

    Thermodynamics and Heat Transfer

    Mechanical Design

    Instrumentation and Control

    Vibrations

    Solid Mechanics

    Manufacturing/ Production

    Electrical Power and Machines

    Electronics and Microprocessors

    Computer Aided Engineering

    Reference: EAC Manual 2012, Engineering Accreditation Council 2012, BEM, Appendix B, page B-1 B-2

  • APPENDIX B - ENGINEERING CONTENT FOR SELECTED

    ENGINEERING DISCIPLINES AND INNOVATIVE

    PROGRAMMES (DISCIPLINE: MECHANICAL)

    (b) Mathematics, Statistics and Computing

    These courses should be studied to a level necessary to underpin the

    engineering courses of the programme and with a bias towards application.

    The use of numerical methods of solution is encouraged, with an appreciation of

    the power and limitations of the computer for modelling engineering situations.

    Wherever practicable, it is preferred that mathematics, statistics and computing are

    taught in the context of their application to engineering problems and it follows that

    some mathematical techniques may be learnt within other subjects of the course.

    In addition to the use of computers as tools for calculation, analysis and data

    processing, the programme should introduce their application in such area as

    given in the following:

    Computer Aided Design and Manufacture

    Economics Analysis for Decision Making

    Databases and Information Systems

    Operational Research

    On-line Control of Operations and Processes

    Reference: EAC Manual 2012, Engineering Accreditation Council 2012, BEM, Appendix B, page B-2 B-3

  • APPENDIX B - ENGINEERING CONTENT FOR SELECTED

    ENGINEERING DISCIPLINES AND INNOVATIVE

    PROGRAMMES (DISCIPLINE: MECHANICAL)

    (c) Engineering Applications

    Emphasis on engineering applications in degree programmes aims to ensure

    that all engineering graduates have a sound understanding of up-to-date

    industrial practice, in particular:

    Mechanical Engineering: To appreciate the characteristic behaviour of materials in a variety of user

    environments

    To appreciate the range of manufacturing methods currently available and the skills

    which they require in people for their use

    To appreciate the cost aspects of material selection, manufacturing methods,

    operation and maintenance in their interaction with design and product marketing

    To understand the whole process of industrial decision-making in design,

    manufacturing and use and how it is influenced not only by technical ideas but also

    by the practical constraints of financial and human resources as well as the business

    and social environment of engineering

    Reference: EAC Manual 2012, Engineering Accreditation Council 2012, BEM, Appendix B, page B-2 B-3

  • 8

    8

  • Reference: Wan Hamidon 2016, EAC Workshop IHL Training, 1-3 Aug 9

  • 10 Note: IEA International Engineering Alliance

  • Explain the Rationale for Design

    Implement experiences / Design Project

    OBJECTIVE

    11

    Design Thinking, Design Project, EAC

    Requirement, Project Component, CDIO Element

    EAC Requirement, OBE, Complex Engineering,

    Design Project; Determine how CDIO can Strengthen

    OBE Implementation & Design Component

    Explain The Pillar of CDIO- The Standard &

    Syllabus Capstone/ Integrated Design Project

    Project Intent, Gallery Walk, Prototyping,

    Assessment

  • OUTLINE

    1. Review of: OBE/ EAC/ CDIO Framework Capstone Project

    2. Correlation: EAC CDIO; OBE - CDIO

    3. How CDIO help to strengthen EAC/ OBE Capstone Project

    4. MQA: Aim of Programme (Diploma Bachelor)

    5. Correlation: MQA (LO) CDIO

    6. How CDIO help to strengthen MQA requirement

    7. Conclusion

    12

    Strengthening OBE Implementation/ MQA Requirement Correlation to CDIO

  • FAC

    DEPT

    * PEO PROGRAMME EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES, * PO PROGRAMME OUTCOMES, * CO COURSE OUTCOMES

    PEO

    PO

    CO

    ASSESSM

    ENT D

    IREC

    T & IN

    DIR

    ECT

    UiTM VISION / MISSION World Class Bumiputera Human Capital

    Professional & Versatile Graduates ENTREPRENUERSHIP , COMMUNICATION,

    LEADERSHIP INNOVATIVENESS / CREATIVENESS

    Malaysia (High Income Economy)

    Overall UiTMs Learning Outcomes

    FAC FAC FAC FAC

    ELEM

    ENTS

    OF

    SOFT

    SKIL

    LS

    LO

    UJKA_BHEA 2010

    OBE: OUTCOME- BASED EDUCATION FRAMEWORK Example

  • Reference: Ramesh Singh 2016, EAC Workshop IHL

    Training, 1-3 Aug

    Revision

    14

  • Reference: Ramesh Singh 2016, EAC Workshop IHL

    Training, 1-3 Aug 15

  • Reference: Ramesh Singh 2016, EAC Workshop IHL

    Training, 1-3 Aug 16

  • Reference: Wan Hamidon 2016, EAC Workshop IHL

    Training, 1-3 Aug 17

  • Reference: Wan Hamidon 2016, EAC Workshop IHL Training, 1-3 Aug 18

  • Reference: Wan Hamidon 2016, EAC Workshop IHL Training, 1-3 Aug 19

  • Directly related to

    POs

    20

  • Reference: Noor K Nordin 2016, EAC Workshop IHL Training, Academic

    Curriculum, 1-3 Aug

    Do HOTS [C5 & C6] are CPS/ CEA ??

    Should we assess the CPS & CEA in

    Final Examination or can we have it

    in Design project??

    21

  • Reference: Noor K Nordin 2016, EAC Workshop IHL Training, Academic Curriculum, 1-3 Aug 22

  • Reference: Noor K Nordin 2016, EAC Workshop IHL

    Training, Academic Curriculum, 1-3 Aug 23

  • Reference: Noor K Nordin 2016, EAC Workshop IHL

    Training, Academic Curriculum, 1-3 Aug

    C

    D

    I

    O

    Total

    CPS/ CEA

    How??

    24

  • DISCUSSION

    25

    Take 5 minute to list differences

    between and IDP/Capstone, FYP

    and other courses and discuss

    among your colleague

  • DISCUSSION

    26

    Take 5 minutes to discuss HOW

    IDP/Capstone can be used to

    address Complex Engineering

    Activities.

  • Reference: Noor K Nordin 2016, EAC Workshop IHL Training, Academic

    Curriculum, 1-3 Aug 27

  • Ref: Graduate Attributes

    and Professional

    Competencies,

    Version 3: 21 June 2013 28

  • Ref: Graduate Attributes

    and Professional

    Competencies,

    Version 3: 21 June 2013 29

  • Ref: Graduate Attributes and Professional Competencies,

    Version 3: 21 June 2013 30

  • Reference: Noor K Nordin 2016, EAC Workshop IHL Training, Academic

    Curriculum, 1-3 Aug 31

  • EAC: ENGINEERING ACCREDITATION COUNCIL

    Qualifying Requirements

    32

    8 Components of Qualifying Requirement (Manual 2012)

    1. Min 120 crs (80 credits core engineering courses)/ 4yrs

    2. FYP min 6 crs

    3. Industrial Training min 8 weeks

    4. Full time academic staff min 8

    5. Staf