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Introduction to Engineering

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Introduction to Engineering

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Introduction to Engineering

  1. 1. CHAPTER 2: INTRODUCTION TO ENGINEERING
  2. 2. 2.1: INTRODUCTION TO ENGINEERING The technology team; functions of the engineer; the engineering disciplines; education of the engineer; professionalism and ethics; professional and technical organizations; professional development; role and responsibilities of the engineer in Malaysian society; role of Board of Engineer Malaysia (BEM) in engineering education and professionalism; challenges of the future.
  3. 3. 2.2: THE EDUCATION OF THE ENGINEER ™ The desirable characteristics of an engineering student ™ How programs are controlled ™ The knowledge and skills required to be an engineer ™ The descriptions of the main engineering disciplines Engineers are taught and expected to solve problems which they have not experience or unheard yet. Who is Responsible?
  4. 4. 2.3: ENGINEERING STUDENT ™ Characters o A strong interest in engineering, good in mathematics and science. o Logical thinking o Curiosity o Conclusion to solution of a problem o Focused o Available F.A.T (UCSI) o Teachable
  5. 5. 2.4: ACCREDITATION BOARD ™ All the engineering programs are accredited by the Accreditation Board in respective countries. ™ In Malaysia all the engineering programs are controlled by the Nasional Accreditation Board (NAB) or Lembaga Accredidasi Nasional (LAN) ™ The quality control of engineering programs is affected through the accreditation process. This are done through 4 Visitations 4 Evaluation of the syllabus, and 4 Written reports

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