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  • FKEKK FACULTY OF ELECTRONIC AND COMPUTER ENGINEERING

    ACADEMIC HANDBOOK SESSION 2018/2019

    UNIVERSITI TEKNIKAL MALAYSIA MELAKA

  • © FIRST PUBLISHED 2019 Universiti Teknikal Malaysia Melaka

    All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted, electronic, mechanical photocopying, recording or

    otherwise, without the prior permission of the University Press, Universiti Teknikal Malaysia Melaka.

    Coordinator Sani Irwan Md. Salim

    Publication Organizer Fatonah Salehuddin

    Typesetting and Design Ahmad Masmuliyadi Mohd Yusof

    Published and Printed in Malaysia by

    Penerbit Universiti Aras Bawah, Perpustakaan Laman Hikmah

    Universiti Teknikal Malaysia Melaka Hang Tuah Jaya, 76100 Durian Tunggal, Melaka, Malaysia.

    Tel: +606 270 1241 Faks: +606 270 1038

  • Introduction • Vision, Mission and Motto of UTeM 7 • Educational Goals and Objectives of UTeM 8 • Vision, Mission and Objectives of FKEKK 10 • Foreword by the Dean 11 • Senior Administrative Staff 12

    FKEKK an Overview • Introduction 15 • Administration and Academic Blocks 16 • Laboratory Blocks 17 • Facilities 18 • Courses Offered 19 • Entry Requirements 20 • Academic System 24 • Grading System 25 • Academic Advisory System 28 • Electronic and Computer Student Society (EcCESS) 31 • Professional Certification Preparatory Courses 33

    Bachelor of Electronic Engineering with Honours • Introduction 39 • Curriculum 40 • Career Prospects 42 • Programme Objectives 43 • Programme Outcomes 44 • Outcome Based Education (OBE) 45 • Curriculum Structure 46

    Syllabus Summary for the Bachelor of Electronic Engineering Programme • University Compulsory Subjects (W) 53 • Common Core Subjects (P) 54 • Programme Core Subjects (K) 64 • Elective Subjects (E) 76

    CONTENTS

  • Diploma in Electronic Engineering • Introduction 91 • Career Prospects 92 • Programme Objectives 93 • Programme Outcomes 94 • Outcome Based Education (OBE) 95 • Curriculum Structure 98

    Syllabus Summary for the Diploma in Electronic Engineering Programme • University Compulsory Subjects (W) 103 • Common Core Subjects (P) 104 • Elective Subjects (E) 121

    List of FKEKK Staffs • Administrative Staff 127 • Department of Electronic Engineering 128 • Faculty Publication and Media Committee 138

  • Introduction

  • 7

    FACULTY OF ELECTRONIC AND COMPUTER ENGINEERING (FKEKK) ACADEMIC HANDBOOK

    SESSION 2018/2019

    VISION

    To Be One of the World’s Leading Innovative and Creative Technical Universities

    MISSION

    UTeM is committed to pioneer and contribute towards the prosperity of the nation and the world by: 1. Promoting knowledge through innovative teaching & learning, research and technical

    scholarship. 2. Developing professional leaders with impeccable moral values.

    3. Generating sustainable development through smart partnership with the community and industry.

    MOTTO

    Excellence Through Competency

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    FACULTY OF ELECTRONIC AND COMPUTER ENGINEERING (FKEKK) ACADEMIC HANDBOOK

    SESSION 2018/2019

    1. To conduct academic and professional programmes based on relevant needs of the industries. 2. To produce graduates with relevant knowledge, technical competency, soft skills, social

    responsibility and accountability. 3. To cultivate scientific method, critical thinking, creative and innovative problem solving and

    autonomy in decision making amongst graduates. 4. To foster research development and innovation activities in collaboration with industries for the

    development of national wealth. 5. To equip graduates with leadership and teamwork skills as well as develop communication and

    life-long learning skills. 6. To develop technopreneurship and managerial skills amongst graduates. 7. To instill an appreciation of the arts and cultural values and awareness of healthy life styles

    amongst graduates.

    OBJECTIVES

    1. To become a creative and innovative learning and knowledge organization that offers practice and application oriented academic programmes in the fields of engineering and technology.

    2. To lead in research, development, innovation, commercialization and consultancy activities based on the needs of the industry.

    3. To produce competent graduates with high moral values who will be the preferred choice by the industry.

    4. To have competent and highly qualified staff with vast practical experiences. 5. To play an effective role as the main impetus to the industrial development of the nation. 6. To establish cooperation and smart partnership between the university and the industries. 7. To provide infrastructure and conducive environment to generate and maintain excellence. 8. To implement comprehensive and extensive usage of ICT in both academic activities and

    management of the university.

    EDUCATIONAL GOALS

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    FACULTY OF ELECTRONIC AND COMPUTER ENGINEERING (FKEKK) ACADEMIC HANDBOOK

    SESSION 2018/2019

    ASSOC. PROF. DR. MOHD NURULFAJAR BIN ABD

    MANAP DEPUTY VICE CHANCELLOR

    (STUDENT AFFAIRS)

    PROF. DR. ZULKIFILIE BIN IBRAHIM

    DEPUTY VICE CHANCELLOR (RESEARCH & INNOVATION)

    PROF. DATUK Ts. DR. MOHD RAZALI BIN MUHAMAD

    DEPUTY VICE CHANCELLOR (ACADEMIC & INTERNATIONAL)

    PROF. DATUK Ts. DR. SHAHRIN BIN SAHIB, FASc VICE CHANCELLOR

    SENIOR MANAGEMENT

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    FACULTY OF ELECTRONIC AND COMPUTER ENGINEERING (FKEKK) ACADEMIC HANDBOOK

    SESSION 2018/2019

    To become a reputable world-class centre of excellence in Electronic Engineering.

    To produce highly competent electronic engineers through world class higher technical education based on application oriented teaching, learning and research with smart university-industry partnership in line with national aspirations.

    1. To produce electronic engineers who are responsible to the Creator, the nation and the society. 2. To provide the best and updated courses in Electronics, Computer and Telecommunication

    Engineering. 3. To create an excellent culture in research, development, innovation and consultancy. 4. To ensure excellent co-operation and relationship between the faculty and the industries. 5. To produce competent graduates who are capable of competing globally. 6. To publish excellent and beneficial academic materials for the nation. 7. To provide up-to-date facilities and equipment for teaching and learning. 8. To provide relevant facilities and equipment for teaching, learning, research and development.

    FKEKK’S VISION

    FKEKK’S MISSION

    FKEKK’S OBJECTIVES

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    FACULTY OF ELECTRONIC AND COMPUTER ENGINEERING (FKEKK) ACADEMIC HANDBOOK

    SESSION 2018/2019

    FOREWORD BY THE DEAN

    Assalamualaikum wrt.wbt. All Praise to Allah, the Almighty, the Most Gracious and the Most Merciful. On behalf of the faculty, I would like to welcome all first-year students to Universiti Teknikal Malaysia Melaka. Congratulations on choosing to pursue your engineering studies at the Faculty of Electronic and Computer Engineering!

    The Bachelor of Electronic Engineering (BENG) academic programme has undergone a full 4-year cycle and completed the EAC accreditation evaluation this year. The faculty hope that the Academic Handbook would become an excellent guide

    during your course of studies in UTeM. It focuses on the latest and most important information on the BENG curriculum structure, the synopsis and syllabus of all courses, the academic system and the facilities that support the teaching and learning practices within the faculty. This handbook also contains crucial information on the vision, mission, and objectives UTeM and FKEKK, including our Programme Objectives and Outcomes.

    FKEKK is committed to providing an environment in which students and scholars can together pursue their educational and research goals. Our curriculum is designed and delivered in such a way that it is responsive to the changing needs of the students, employers and society. This is reflected in the recent structural changes within the curriculum that embraces the challenges of the Fourth Industrial Revolution (Industry 4.0). This includes components that mirror real-life engineering problems that not only help graduates adapt to the industry, but also prepares them for the changes brought by Industry 4.0.

    Good study habits are vital in undertaking an engineering course. The secret of success is steady and consistent study, right from the beginning of each semester. All engineering students have ready access to lecturers and professors, and to the faculty management office and support staffs to help solve problems related to their studies. In particular, the academic advisors are available to assist students at all times. Apart from that, students may also access their course materials via ULearn, UTeM’s e-learning portal or via Massive Open Online Courses (MOOC).

    My best wishes to you and I hope you would take the opportunity t

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