Bachelor of Engineering (Hons) Electrical

Overview

The Faculty of Engineering offers a comprehensive program in electrical power engineering to meet the needs of the electric power industry and employers whose main businesses are related to electrical power engineering such as electrical power generation, transmission and distribution and it’s utilization in industries.


  • Outcomes

  • Programme Description

    Students who fulfill the academic requirements of this 4 years program will receive the Bachelor of Engineering (Hons) (Electrical) degree. Undergraduate degree course encompasses at least 8 (eight) semester, including 1 (one) semester for industrial training which requires 137 credit hours. This degree program focuses on the engineering required in electrical power generation, transmission and distribution and it’s utilization in industries.
  • Programme Structure

  • Entry Requirement

    Passed Foundation UNISEL/ Matriculation in Science Physic/ IPTA/ IPTS with minimum CGPA of 2.00 and Passed in Bahasa Melayu and English in the SPM/ O' Level / S.S.C / Dakhil
    OR
    Passed STPM 2 principals / H.S.C / A' Level / Alim with GPA 2.00 in Mathematics and one of Science subject also pass in Bahasa Melayu & English in SPM / O' Level / S.S.C / Dakhil
    OR
    Pass Diploma in Engineering/ Science/ Technology from UNISEL/IPTA/IPTS/ Polytechnic with at least a CGPA of 2.00 also pass in Bahasa Melayu and English in the SPM/ O' Level / S.S.C / Dakhil
    OR
    Passed UEC with Grade B in 5 subjects including Methematic and Science also English.
    AND MUET Band 2
  • Tuition Fees

    BDT Ringgit USD
    737,250.00 (Approx) 38,802.63 (Approx) 9,215.63 (Approx)
  • Career Prospect

    Electrical engineering graduates career prospect are ;

    • Public Sector: Basic starting monthly salary is around RM2,000; plus allowances (such as housing and entertainment) the total can amount to around RM2,500.
    • Private Sector: The amount of basic starting monthly salary can vary from the above amount. However, the total amount of monthly salary earned (inclusive of allowances) is subject to negotiation and which can be higher than that earned in the public sector.
  • Professional Recognition

    Malaysian Qualification Agency (MQA)KPT/JPS(R/522/6/0025)09/17