Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering

(Part Time)

Programme Name:

Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering With honours (Part Time Mode)

Short Code:

BMCG

Programme Duration:

5.5 ~ 10 years

Course composition:

engineering courses =

104 credits

Non-engineering courses =

31 credits

Total = 135 credits

Mechanical Engineering is an engineering branch that combines engineering physics and mathematics principles with materials science to design, analyze, manufacture, and maintain mechanical systems.

This part-time mode is suitable for those who are working and require flexibility in the duration of study to acquire the degree in mechanical engineering.

The Journey .

The followings are what you will have as a part-time student in Mechanical Engineering at FTKM, UTeM.

Year 1

The curriculum structure for the first two years of Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering with Honours (BMCG) Part Time is to enhance the students’ basic Mechanical Engineering knowledge before engaging in more advanced programme courses.

Semester 1, 2 & Special Semester

English for Academic Purpose, Philosophy and Current Issues, Engineering Mathematics I, Engineering Materials, Co-Curriculum I, Differential Equations, Principles of Measurement and Instrumentation, Statics, Engineering Graphics and CAD, Mechanical Engineering Workshop

Semester 3, 4 & Special Semester

Appreciation of Ethnics and Civilization, Principles of Electric and Electronics, Dynamics, Manufacturing Process, Co-Curriculum II, Computer Programming, Electrical Systems, Computer Aided Design and Manufacturing, Academic Writing, Mechanical Engineering Laboratory I, Language Elective

Year 2

The practical work and workshops are designed to enhance students' knowledge and skills.

Year 3

Students will undergo core curriculum programmes which cover advanced courses as well as compulsory university courses.

Semester 5, 6 & Special Semester

Engineering Mathematics II, Thermodynamics I, Solid Mechanics I, Microprocessor Technology, Fluid Mechanics I, Mechanical Design, Mechanical Vibration, English for Professional Interaction, Mechanical Engineering Laboratory II, General Elective

Semester 7, 8 & Special Semester

Engineering Statistics, Thermodynamics II, Fluid Mechanics II, Solid Mechanics II, Engineering Design, Finite Element Analysis, Mechanical Engineering Laboratory III, Industrial Training

Year 4

Students are also required to undergo industrial training (after year 4) in selected industries. The objectives are to strengthen the engineering knowledge and theory as well as their hands-on skills.

Year 5

Students shall carry out Final Year Project (FYP), programme core and elective courses focusing on the advanced knowledge of Mechanical Engineering.

Semester 9 and 10

Integrated Design Project, Sustainability and Environment, Control Engineering, Heat Transfer, Final Year Project I, Engineering Management and Economy, Elective I, Elective II, Entrepreneurship Technology, Engineer and Society, Engineering Seminar

Semester 11 and 12

Final Year Project II, Elective III, Elective IV

Year 6

Apart from the Final Year Project II, students will also sit in a number of important courses designed to provide students with soft skills such as engineering management, entrepreneurship, and moral development programme.

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The Curriculum .

year 1 (Semester 1)

CODECOURSECREDIT
BLLW 1142ENGLISH FOR ACADEMIC PURPOSES2
BIPW 1132PHILOSOPHY AND CURRENT ISSUES 2
BMFG 1313ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS I3
BMFG 1213ENGINEERING MATERIALS3
TOTAL10

*Refer to Third Language Courses table offered by Centre for Languages and Human Development. 
International students are required to take BLHL1012 Bahasa Melayu Komunikasi
**Only for Malaysian students
***Only for International students

year 1 (Semester 2)

CODE COURSE CREDIT
BKKX XXX1CO-CURRICULUM I*1
BMCG 1013DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS3
BEKG 1233PRINCIPLES OF MEASUREMENT AND
INSTRUMENTATION
3
BMCG 1113 STATICS3
TOTAL10

*Refer to Co-Curriculum Courses offered by Centre for Languages and Human Development.

year 1 (Special Semester)

CODECOURSECREDIT
BMCG 1523ENGINEERING GRAPHICS AND CAD3
BMCG 2021 MECHANICAL ENGINEERING WORKSHOP1
TOTAL4

*Refer to Co-Curriculum Courses offered by Centre for Languages and Human Development
**Only for Malaysian students
***Only for International students

year 2 (Semester 3)

CODECOURSECREDIT
BIPW 2132APPRECIATION OF ETHICS AND CIVILIZATION2
BEKG 1123PRINCIPLES OF ELECTRIC AND ELECTRONICS3
BMCG 1213DYNAMICS3
BMCG 2312MANUFACTURING PROCESS2
TOTAL10

year 2 (Semester 4)

CODE COURSE CREDIT
BKKX XXX1CO-CURRICULUM II*1
BITG 1233COMPUTER PROGRAMMING 3
BEKG 2433ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS3
BMCG 2513COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN AND
MANUFACTURING
3
TOTAL10

*Refer to Co-Curriculum Courses offered by Centre for Languages and Human Development
**Only for Malaysian students
***Only for International students

year 2 (Special Semester)

CODECOURSECREDIT
BLLW 2152ACADEMIC WRITING 2
BMCG 1011 MECHANICAL ENGINEERING LABORATORY I1
BLLW 1XX2 LANGUAGE ELECTIVE**2
TOTAL5

year 3 (Semester 5)

CODECOURSECREDIT
BEKG 2443 ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS II 3
BMCG 2713THERMODYNAMICS I3
BMCG 2113SOLID MECHANICS I 3
BMCG 2212MICROPROCESSOR TECHNOLOGY2
TOTAL11

year 3 (Semester 6)

CODE COURSE CREDIT
BMCG 2613FLUID MECHANICS I3
BMCG 3333MECHANICAL DESIGN3
BMCG 3233 MECHANICAL VIBRATION3
TOTAL9

year 3 (Special Semester)

CODECOURSECREDIT
BLLW 3162ENGLISH FOR PROFESSIONAL INTERACTION2
BMCG 2011 MECHANICAL ENGINEERING LABORATORY II1
BXXX XXX2GENERAL ELECTIVE*2
TOTAL5

year 4 (Semester 7)

CODECOURSECREDIT
BENG 2143 ENGINEERING STATISTICS 3
BMCG 3713 THERMODYNAMICS II3
BMCG 3613FLUID MECHANICS II 3
TOTAL9

year 4 (Semester 8)

CODE COURSE CREDIT
BMCG 3113SOLID MECHANICS II 3
BMCG 3313ENGINEERING DESIGN3
BMCG 4113 FINITE ELEMENT ANALYSIS 3
BMCG 3011 MECHANICAL ENGINEERING LABORATORY III1
TOTAL10

year 4 (Special Semester)

CODECOURSECREDIT
BMCU 3935 INDUSTRIAL TRAINING 5
TOTAL5

year 5 (Semester 9)

CODECOURSECREDIT
BMCU 3013INTEGRATED DESIGN PROJECT3
BMCG 4812SUSTAINABILITY AND ENVIRONMENT2
BMCG 3223CONTROL ENGINEERING3
BMCG 4743HEAT TRANSFER 3
TOTAL11

year 5 (Semester 10)

CODE COURSE CREDIT
BMCU 4972FINAL YEAR PROJECT I 2
BMFG 4623 ENGINEERING MANAGEMENT AND ECONOMY3
BMCG 4XX3ELECTIVE I 3
BMCG 4XX3ELECTIVE II 3
TOTAL11

year 5 (Special Semester)

CODECOURSECREDIT
BTMW 4012ENTREPRENEURSHIP TECHNOLOGY2
BMCU 4022 ENGINEER AND SOCIETY2
BMCU 4011ENGINEERING SEMINAR1
TOTAL5

year 6 (Semester 11)

CODECOURSECREDIT
BMCU 4984FINAL YEAR PROJECT II4
BMCG 4XX3ELECTIVE III 3
BMCG 4XX3 ELECTIVE IV3
TOTAL10

Elective Courses

CodeCourseCredit
THERMAL-FLUID
BMCG 4713RENEWABLE ENERGY SYSTEM3
BMCG 4723REFIRGERATION AND AIR CONDITIONING SYSTEM3
BMCG 4733POWERPLANT SYSTEM3
BMCG 4613COMPUTATIONAL FLUID DYNAMICS3
BMCG 4623FLUID POWER AND TURBOMACHINERY3
STRUCTURE AND MATERIALS
BMCG 4123ADVANCED SOLID MECHANICS3
BMCG 4133FRACTURE MECHANICS3
BMCG 4413NON DESTRUCTIVE TESTING3
BMCG 4423COMPOSITES AND ADVANCED MATERIALS3
BMCG 4433METALLURGY3
DESIGN AND INNOVATION
BMCG 4313MECHANISM DESIGN3
BMCG 4323RAPID PROTOTYPING TECHNOLOGY3
BMCG 4333DESIGN QUALITY AND RELIABILITY3
BMCG 4343DESIGN OPTIMIZATION3
BMCG 4513ADVANCED COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN3
MAINTENANCE
BMCG 4213VIBRATION MONITORING OF ROTATING MACHINERY3
BMCG 4813CONDITION BASED MAINTENANCE3
BMCG 4823RELIABILITY, MAINTAINABILITY AND RISKS3
BMCG 4833WEAR DEBRIS AND OIL ANALYSIS3
BMCG 4843STRUCTURAL HEALTH MONITORING3

*Students are required to complete four (4) courses (total of 12 credits) with at least three (3) of the courses must be from the same field.

How to apply?

ADMISSION

  • Please refer the entry requirement here.
  • You can download the application form here.
  • Applicant need to submit the application to PPSH UTeM at least two (2) months before the semester begins for September or February intake.

Please contact PPSH UTeM for more information regarding on intake and entry requirement:

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