Bachelor of Engineering (Hons) Electrical & Electronic Engineering

About the Course

Electrical & Electronic Engineering have always been one of the important engineering disciplines within the engineering society. Electrical & Electronic Engineering contribution are not limited to areas with applications such as telecommunications, computer systems, and power engineering but also extended into areas of applications such as in manufacturing, medicine, information technology and many more. Unlike other engineering disciplines, Electrical & Electronic Engineering is very dynamics and sensitive to technological advancement in the world. In fact, most of technological revolution starts from Electrical and Electronics.

Electrical & Electronic engineers are involved in the design and development of modern high technology applications, such as, automation for electromechanical systems, computer systems, embedded systems, or electronic control systems applied in process plants, automotive industry, aerospace, and even maintenance. In other words, Electrical & Electronic engineers are in high demand in various fields. Graduates in this Electrical & Electronic Engineering are highly sought after by potential employers.

The Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) Electrical & Electronics programme at UniTunku emphasises on a strong foundation in physics, mathematics, and chemistry, followed by a thorough coverage of basic electrical and electronic engineering courses such as circuit theory, analogue electronics, digital electronics, microprocessor, and signal & systems. At higher levels, students are exposed to data and computer networking, digital signal processing, VLSI design, control theory, communication systems, and power electronics. In the final year, students have the opportunity to major in one of these selected areas of their interest:
  • Computer and Communication
  • Instrumentation and Control
  • Power Systems Engineering
  • Electronics & Devices 

Career Opportunities

  • Finance and investment roles
  • Data analytics
  • Financial advisory roles
  • Business analyst roles
  • Accountancy roles
  • Economic research roles

UoD Modules

Year 1
Ordinary Differential Equations
Introduction to Oil & Gas Industry & Sustainable Development
Circuit Theory
Structured Programming and Interfacing
Health, Safety & Environment
Vector Calculus
Digital Electronics
Electrical Circuit Analysis Lab
Microelectronic Physics & Devices
Network Analysis

Year 2
Academic Writing
Computational Methods
Electromagnetic Theory
Signals & Systems
Analogue Electronics
Professional Communication Skills
Communication Systems
Probability and Random Processes
Digital Signal Processing

Year 3
Instrumentation & Measurement
Data & Computer Network
Analogue Mixed-Signal System Lab
Microelectronic Circuits
Eletrical Machines
Community Engagement Project
Introduction To Management
Engineering Team Project
Power Systems
Power Electronics
Control Systems

Year 4
Engineering Economics & Entrepreneurship
Final Year Project I
Computer System Architecture
Integrated System Design Project I
Core Specialisation II
Core Specialisation II
Engineers in Society
Final Year Project II
Integrated System Design Project II
Core Specialisation III

MPU Subjects

Credit Subject Name Remark
1 HubunganEtnik* Must do 2
Tamadun Islam danTamadun Asia (TITAS)
BahasaMelayuKomunikasi 3
Pengajian Malaysia 3
2 Bahasa Kebangsaan A
Leadership and Life Skills
Leadership in Business
3 Comparative Ethics for Malaysia Choose 1
Malaysian Constitution
Issues of the Social Media on Malaysian Society
Career Pathways in the field of Behavioral Sciences in Malaysia
4 Co-Curriculum – Sports 2 Choose 1
Co-Curriculum – Community Service 2
Co-Curriculum – Event Management

Notes :
* For Local Students
** For International Students
*** Local students without credit for SPM’s Bahasa Melayu must do Pengajian Malaysia 3

Data Compulsory Subjects

Credit Subject Name
1 Reflective Practice
Listening, Reading & Writing Skills
2 Preparation for Career Management : Internship Programme
Industrial Training : Part 1
Industrial Training : Part 2