This programme provides students with the essential knowledge and skills to enable them specify, design, model, implement, program, and test integrated hardware and software systems as creative solutions to engineering problems. Computer Engineering is a field with significant career potential because where ever there are computers, there will be jobs for computer engineers. Computer Engineering graduates find positions in industries where starting salaries are among the highest offered to university graduates.
- System Engineer
- Computer Engineer
- Embedded System Engineer
- Computer Hardware Engineer
- Network System Engineer
Students shall learn both the hardware and software aspects of a computer system, as well as the electronic or electrical components that come with it. Students will also be exposed to creating/ connecting the computer systems interface with the real-world. In addition, students will be exposed to designing, implementing and maintaining virtualised data centres and software-defined networking to support enterprise data demands. Since Cloud computing is the future of data centre operations, these skills will be extremely valued.
Computer Engineering students can specialize in areas such as computer systems, system administration, computer networks, embedded system design, programming languages, real-time computing and control, cloud computing, signals and systems, machine learning and system software. Students will also be equipped with the required tools that enable them to be part of a design team for creating and establishing an integrated digital hardware and software systems in a broad scope of application fields.
|NO||Programme Educational Outcomes (PEO)|
|PEO1||UniKL graduates who are knowledgeable, competent and innovative which will contribute towards the requirement of the human capital in engineering technology related industries.|
|PEO2||UniKL graduates who have effective leadership and team work skills as well as verbal, non-verbal and interpersonal communication skills to support their roles in industry.|
|PEO3||UniKL graduates who are commited to the importance of lifelong learning and continuous improvement.|
|PEO4||UniKL graduates who practice professionalism with ethics and social responsibility.|
|PEO5||UniKL graduates who are capable to participate in business and technopreneurial activities of the industries.|
|NO||Programme Learning Outcomes (PLO)|
|PLO1||Apply knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and computer engineering systems specialisation to define and apply practical procedures, processes, systems or methodologies.|
|PLO2||Identify, formulate and solve broadly-defined computer engineering systems problems reaching substantiated conclusions using methods or tools appropriate to their discipline or area of specialization.|
|PLO3||Design solutions for broadly-defined engineering technology problems and contribute to the design of systems, components or processes to meet specified needs with appropriate consideration for public health and safety, cultural, societal and environmental considerations.|
|PLO4||Conduct investigations of broadly-defined problems; locate, search and select relevant data from configurations, databases and literature, design and conduct experiments to provide valid conclusion|
|PLO5||Select and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and computer engineering tools to broadly-defined computer engineering activities, with an awareness of the limitations.|
|PLO6||Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse technical teams.|
|PLO7||Communicate effectively with the computer engineering community and the society at large by being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations and give and receive clear instructions.|
|PLO8||Demonstrate understanding of the societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities and norms of engineering technology practice.|
|PLO9||Understand the impact of engineering technology solutions in a societal context and demonstrate knowledge of and the need for sustainable development.|
|PLO10||Understand and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of engineering technology practice.|
|PLO11||Demonstrate an awareness and understanding of management, business practices, and technopreneurial competencies.|
|PLO12||Recognize the need for, and have the ability to engage in independent and lifelong learning.|
In this semester, students will be introduced to principles of computer programming, engineering mathematics, information systems and electronics. At the end of the semester, students will acquire skills to build and analyze electronics circuits, write a computer program and develop software application using C programming language.
In Semester 2, Computer Engineering students are expected to gain skills in constructing and analysing electrical circuit, performing design, analysing and troubleshooting of digital circuits. On the software part, students will be able to compose a computer programme that can integrate one’s computer with external peripherals.
In this semester, students are exposed to the skills of using microprocessors in a lot of practical applications. They will also be able to utilize Object Oriented knowledge and use Java programming to design software application.
At the end of the semester, students will be able to design and produce design projects that require the use of microcontrollers. They will develop a small version of embedded system, where the students must solve using the given resources (Microcontroller Development Board, Debugger, peripherals).
At the end of the semester, students will be able to model and design cost-effective embedded systems. They will be also exposed to the skills needed in managing database and operating systems.
In this semester, students will learn the various models of computational intelligence and skills in the associated computational techniques. They will also explore the opportunities to apply these techniques in many application areas such as robot control and games development depending on student interests.
In the final semester, students will be equipped with advanced skills of computer engineering specialization through the option of elective subjects such as computer security, web programming and networking. Students will also conclude their project through Final Year Project 2.
Industrial Training/ Internship programme as part of the initiatives to increase students’ employability and provide invaluable insights in the computer engineering industry. In many occasions, the placements will offer opportunities for employment
- Okinawa Lab (open Stack)
- FIKRI ARIF: System Engineer, T-Systems Malaysia Sdn Bhd Cyberjaya
- WAN MOHD AMIR ASYRAF BIN WAN ABDUL RAHMAN: System Engineer, Theta Edge Berhad
- MOHD IZWANDI BIN TAHIR: System Engineer, Omni-Health Technologies Pte Ltd
- ZAIRIL HAZLY B MOHD ZANAL: System Engineer, Computer Business Solution Sdn Bhd
- ZATIE ADIBA BINTI MOHD ZIN: Executive, Petronas Berhad
Universiti Kuala Lumpur
Malaysian Institute of Information Technology
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