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Master of Mechatronics Engineering (MEKH)

Master of Mechatronics Engineering (Taught course) is developed to instil a strong engineering foundation, to produce graduates that are proficient in solving mechatronic engineering problems. This will ensure the graduates of mechatronic engineering are able to practice their knowledge in their future career. Master of Mechatronics Engineering programme by taught course with covers courses such as industrial robotics, Internet of Things-related controllers, mechatronics and control systems.

  • Programme Overview

    The Master programme by Taught Course (or coursework) is designed to extend the knowledge and skills gained from the first degree and to develop new professional skills of the graduates in the particular area of study. The programme involves lectures, seminars and project work. A minimum of 40 credit hours of taught subjects and a research report and a final Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) of at least 3.0 are required for the award of the Master degree. The credit hour which comply with the Malaysia Qualification Agency (MQA), of study comprise a combination of compulsory subjects, electives and a Master’s Project. Assessments are made through take home assignments, tests and final semester examinations. Students’ progress and performance in the Master project is assessed through oral presentations and a written report.

  • Admission Requirement

  • Programme Educational Objective (PEO)

    Programme Educational Objective (PEO) are specific goals describing the expected achievement of graduates in their career and professional life after 5 years of graduation. Below are the PEO for the Master of Mechatronics Engineering :

    1. Master knowledge acquired for innovation and creative scholarly activities in mechatronics engineering.

    2. Practice professional leadership related to mechatronics engineering field.

    3. Engage with community and industry towards sustainable development goals and life-long learning.

  • Programme Learning Outcome (PLO)

    Programme Learning Outcome (PLO) are statements describing what students are expected to know and be able to perform or attain by the time of graduation. These are related to the Knowledge (K), Skills (S), and Attitude (A) that students acquire throughout the programme.

    Below is the list of Programme Outcomes for Master of Mechatronics Engineering Programme:

    1. Demonstrate in-depth and frontier knowledge and understanding in the mechatronic engineering field or practice

    2. Critically and creatively apply knowledge in the mechatronic engineering field to resolve complex disciplinary and practical problems

    3. Conduct credible problem solving or investigation to resolve complex issues and questions in the mechatronic engineering field or practice

    4. Conduct research or investigation with minimal supervision adhering to legal, ethical, professional and sustainable practice

    5. Demonstrate leadership qualities through collaboration with peers and others

    6. Communicate and interact effectively with peers in the mechatronic engineering field as well as general audience

    7. Select and use suitable digital and analytical tool techniques to resolve problems

    8. Demonstrate commitment to lifelong learning and personal development

  • Curriculum Structure

    Master of Mechatronic Engineering Programme Structure


    Elective courses

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