Overview of Bachelor of Electronics Engineering with Honours in Universiti Teknologi Malaysia Malaysia
A rapid development in electronics, computer and telecommunication industry is one of the major contributors to the Malaysian economy. Rapid development has enabled the electronic, computer and telecommunication industry to flourish. This means that more and more competent electronic graduates are required, to meet the growing demand of skilled manpower. The requirements towards professionals in this field, is gradually intensifying and it is predicted that the need will be continued in the next few years.
Electronic Engineering is a vast area of studies and is gradually expanding. Graduates undertaking this program will face a demanding professional career ahead. Various courses are being offered within the program with the intention of preparing graduates with sufficient knowledge in electronic field.
|Classification of Courses
|Electrical & Electronic Engineering Core
University General Studies
English & Foreign Languages
Co-curricular Service Learning
Electronic, telecommunication and ICT industry has been identified as one of the potential industrial area for further development in the future. Currently, there is a huge demand for electronic engineer hence the prospect of work for graduates completing Bachelor of Engineering (Electrical-Electronics) are potentially high especially with Revolutionary Industry 4.0 where the industries emphasis on cyber-physical system. Besides electronic and telecommunication companies, there are other info-technology-related firms requiring electronic engineering graduates.
Career opportunities for graduates can be found in the following areas:
- Consumer electronic: Manufacturing of products such as TV, radio, DVD/CD/cassette players, cameras, handphones, printers etc.
- Electronic component: Manufacturing of integrated /discrete circuit and failure assessment/analysis.
- Telecommunication system: Development and manufacturing of telecommunication system products.
- Computer products, network systems and information security: Manufacturing of computer and network systems and related equipment.
- Research and Development: Local organizations, as well as multinational companies that have a research centre would require research engineers.
- Secondary industry: Industries such as oil refinery, textiles, and food processing where their products depend on electronic systems.
- Service industry: These include hospitals, transportation industries, broadcasting industries, and telecommunication industries where most equipment used are electronic-based.