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  1. 1. Contents Page• UM : Mission Statement, Vision Statement and Core Values• Faculty of Engineering : Mission Statement, Vision Statement, Student and Academic Programmes• Message from the Dean, Faculty of Engineering• Administration Organisation Chart• Faculty of Engineering Administrative Staff• Academic Schedule for the 2009/2010 Academic Year• Prohibition Against Plagiarism• The Engineering Library• Brief Profile of the Department• Introduction of Outcome Based Education (OBE)• Programme Educational Objective and Programme Outcome• Academic Staff• Support Staff• Curriculum Structure• Academic Planner• Requirement for Graduation• Course Pro-forma and Course Information 1
  2. 2. UNIVERSITY OF MALAYAMISSIONTo advance knowledge and learning through quality research and education for the nationand humanity.VISIONTo be an internationally renowned institution of higher learning in research, innovation,publication and teaching.CORE VALUES Integrity Respect Academic Freedom Open-mindedness Accountability Proffesionalism Meritocracy Teamwork Creativity Social Responsibility 2
  3. 3. FACULTY OF ENGINEERINGMISSIONTo advance engineering knowledge and learning through quality education and research inthe pursuit of the fulfilling aspirations of the University and nation.VISIONWe strive to be an internationally renowned Faculty of Engineering in research, innovation,publication and teaching.STUDENTS Continue to produce highly competent and skilled individuals with leadership qualities and good interpersonal skills. Contribute to nation-building by producing good citizens who respect universal human values. Have students of diverse backgrounds who respect and internalise diversity. Inculcate of social awareness and obligation values. Develop students to have an international outlook and outreach. Develop students to become highly competent engineers capable of identifying , formulating, and solving problems in a creative and innovative manner.ACADEMIC PROGRAMMES Ensure academic programmes are relevant, current, innovative and internationally recognised to meet national and global needs. Continously develop academic programmes that inspire and tap students’ potential. Ensure academic programmes are accredited by local and international engineering professional bodies. Continously develop programmes that are relevant to industrial requirements. 3
  4. 4. MESSAGE FROM THE DEAN FACULTY OF ENGINEERINGAssalamualaikum w.r.t dan Salam SejahteraWelcome to the Faculty of Engineering, University of Malaya.Engineering education, at the tertiary level, began in Malaysia in 1956 with the establishmentof the Engineering Department at University of Malaya’s Bukit Timah campus in Singapore.Only a Bachelor degree course in Civil Engineering was offered then. The department wasupgraded to a faculty when University of Malaya relocated to its campus in Lembah Pantai in1958. In the same year, the second bachelor degree course in Mechanical Engineering wasintroduced. A year later, a Bachelor Degree course in Electrical Engineering was added tothe number of courses available to undergraduates. In 1970, the Faculty introduced thefourth course, a bachelor degree in Chemical Engineering. All four courses were turned intorespective departments in 1974. In the 1996/97 session, the Faculty introduced six othercourses namely in Telecommunication Engineering, Environmental Engineering, MaterialsEngineering, Computer Aided Design and Manufacturing Engineering and BiomedicalEngineering.To-date, the Faculty has six departments i.e the Department of Civil Engineering,Department of Electrical Engineering, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Department ofChemical Engineering, the Department of Engineering Design & Manufacture and theDepartment of Biomedical Engineering. The Faculty now offers 12 courses, with the latestaddition of the Bachelor of Biomedical Engineering (Prosthetics and Orthotics), which wasintroduced in the 2009/2010 session. All engineering courses, offered by University ofMalaya, have been accreditated by the Engineering Accreditation Council (EAC), the Boardof Engineers, Malaysia (BEM) in order for all undergraduate engineering students toregister with them, upon graduation. All programmes have been structured such, that theymeet the nation and the stakeholder’s vision of producing responsible, multi-talented andhighly qualified engineers of excellent leadership quality. This is evident from theProgramme Outcome and Programme Educational Objectives mapped out for each course,offered.In line with the global tertiary education scenario, efforts are in place to drive the Facultytowards excellence and to ensure that the human capital produced by the university meetscurrent needs. Towards this direction, the Faculty has adopted the National TertiaryEducation Strategic Plan and inputs from various stakeholder programmes as the basis, toimprove the quality, competitiveness and creativity of each course offered. As a preliminarystep to ensure that all courses offered, are relevant to market needs, the faculty is reviewingthe overall curriculum in order to produce engineering graduates of high calibre.Internationalisation is also the Faculty of Engineering’s agenda and part of the thrust of theNational Tertiary Education Strategic Plan. Beginning with the 2007/08 session, internationalstudents were also recruited to pursue engineering courses at the Faculty. With thepresence of international students, alongside Malaysian students, it’s the Faculty’s aspirationto make the students adopt a more global and open-minded approach in order to enhancetheir overall level of competitiveness. We hope all undergraduates will be able tosuccessfully complete their courses and be able to secure successful careers, upongraduation. 4
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  6. 6. MANAGEMENT STAFF FACULTY OF ENGINEERINGDean : Assoc. Prof. Dr. Mohd Hamdi Abd Shukor Tel: 03-79675200 E-mail: hamdi@um.edu.myDeputy Dean (Academic) : Prof. Ir. Dr. Mohd Zamin Jumaat Tel: 03-79675201 E-mail: zamin@um.edu.myDeputy Dean (Research and : Prof. Dr. Masjuki Hj HassanPostgraduate Studies) Tel: 03-79674477/79674478 E-mail: masjuki@um.edu.myDeputy Dean (Development) : Assoc. Prof. Ir. Dr. Hew Wooi Ping Tel: 03-79675202 E-mail: wphew@um.edu.myPrincipal Assistant Registrar : Mrs. Mariam Mohd Ali Tel: 03-79675356/7638 E-mail: mariam@um.edu.myAssistant Registrar : Mrs. Che Mazni Sidek(Postgraduate Studies) Tel: 03-79674482 E-mail: mazni_sidek@um.edu.myAssistant Registrar : Mr. Yan Mohd Nor Alif Mohamad Noh(Undergraduate Studies) Tel: 03-79677636 E-mail: yan_mna@um.edu.my 6
  7. 7. ACADEMIC SCHEDULE SESSION 2010/2011 FACULTY OF ENGINEERING SEMESTER I, SESSION 2010/2011Induction Week 1 Week 04.07.2010 – 11.07.2010Lectures 8 Weeks 12.07.2010 – 03.09.2010Mid-Semester Break/Special Break 2 Week* 04.09.2010 – 19.09.2010Lectures 6 Weeks 20.09.2010 – 29.10.2010Revision 1 Week** 30.10.2010 – 07.11.2010Special Semester Break 2 Week*** 08.11.2010 – 21.11.2010Semester I Examination 3 Week 22.11.2010 – 10.12.2010Semester I Break 3 Weeks**** 11.12.2010 – 02.01.2011 26 Weeks SEMESTER II, SESSION 2010/2011Lectures 4 Weeks 03.01.2011 – 28.01.2011Mid-Semester II Break 1 Week+ 29.01.2011 – 06.02.2011Lecturers 10 Weeks 07.02.2011 – 15.04.2011Revision 1 Week 16.04.2011 – 24.04.2011Semester II Examination 3 Weeks 25.04.2011 – 13.05.2011 19 Weeks SESSION BREAK / SPECIAL SEMESTERSession Break 10 Weeks 14.05.2011 – 24.07.2011 OrLecturers & Examination 8 Weeks 30.05.2010 – 24.07.2011 * Aidilfitri Public Holiday ( 10 & 11 September 2010) ** Deepavali Public Holiday (5 Nov 2010) *** Aidil Adha Public Holiday (17 Nov 2010) **** Chrismas Public Holiday (25 Dec 2010) + Chinese New Year Public Holiday ( 3 & 4 Feb 2011) 7
  8. 8. PROHIBITION AGAINST PLAGIARISMExtract from University of Malaya (Discipline of Students) Rules 1999.6 (1). A student shall not plagiarize any idea/writing, data or invention belonging to another person. (2). For the purposes of this rule, plagiarism includes:- (a) the act of taking an idea, writing, data or invention of another person and claiming that the idea, writing, data or invention is the result of one’s own findings or creation; or (b) an attempt to make out or the act of making out, in such a way, that one is the original source or the creator of an idea, writing, data or invention which has actually been taken from some other source. (3). Without prejudice to the generality of subrule (2) a student plagiarizes when he (a) publishes, with himself as the author, an abstract, article, scientific or academic paper, or book which is wholy or partly written by some other person; (b) incorporates himself or allows himself to be incorporated as a co-author of an abstract, article, scientific or academic paper, or book, when he has not at all made any written contribution to the abstract, article, scientific or academic paper, or book; (c) forces another person to include his name in the list of co-researchers for a particular research project or in the list of co-authors for a publication when he has not made any contribution which may qualify him as a co-researcher or co-author; (d) extracts academic data which are the results of research undertaken by some other person, such as laboratory findings or field work findings or data obtained through library research, whether published or unpublished, and incorporate those data as part of his academic research without giving due acknowledgement to the actual source; (e) uses research data obtained through collaborative work with some other person, whether or not that other person is a staff member or a student of the University, as part of another distinct personal academic research of his, or for a publication in his own name as sole author without obtaining the consent of his co-researchers prior to embarking on his personal research or prior to publishing the data; (f) transcribes the ideas or creations of others kept in whatever form whether written, printed or available in electronic form, or in slide form, or in whatever form of teaching or research apparatus or in any other form, and claims whether directly or indirectly that he is the creator of that idea or creation; 8
  9. 9. (g) translates the writing or creation of another person from one language to another whether or not wholly or partly, and subsequently presents the translation in whatever form or manner as his own writing or creation; or(h) extracts ideas from another person’s writing or creation and makes certain modifications without due reference to the original source and rearranges them in such a way that it appears as if he is the creator of those ideas. 9
  10. 10. ENGINEERING’S LIBRARYINTRODUCTIONThe Engineering Library is situated on Level 6, of Laboratory Wing of the Engineering Towerat the Faculty of Engineering. It started out as a Reading Room at the Faculty ofEngineering. In 1985 this library was absorbed under the University of Malaya LibrarySystem and is known as the Engineering Library. The library provides services and facilitiesfor lecturers, researchers, students and staff of the Engineering Faculty, including theFaculty of Built Environment. This library is also open to all students in campus, andregistered members of the UM Library.General CollectionThis library has a general collection of text and reference books, encyclopedias, dictionaries,manuals, guide books and technical reports. A large portion of the collection can beborrowed.Books in this library are arranged according to subject matter, based on the Library ofCongress Classification System, i.e. according to alphabetical order.Final Year Project Report, Dissertations and ThesesThe collection is the result of research undertaken by students of the Faculty of Engineering.A large portion of the collection is the Final Year Project Report. The collection is used forreference purpose only.StandardsThis library has a collection of standards including that of, the British Standard Institute (BSI)(until the year 2000), some Malaysian standards from the Standards Industrial ResearchInstitute of Malaysia (SIRIM), and other standards such as the American Standards forTesting Material (ASTM). These standards are arranged according to the index arrangementprovided by the issuing bodies for these standards, such as the British Standards Institute orSIRIM. These standards are for reference purpose only.Audio Visual MaterialsThe audio visual material available at the Library include film rolls, film strips, diskettes,compact discs, audio tapes, videos, and slides on topic related to Engineering andArchitecture. Facilities to view these materials are provided by the library.SERVICESLoansAll lecturers, academic staff and registered students are allowed to borrow from the library. User Category No. of Engineering Books Period of Loan Lecturers 10 30 days Part-Time Lecturers 6 30 days Tutor 6 30 days UM Officer 2 30 days Postgraduate Students 6 14 days Undergraduate Students 4 7 days 10
  11. 11. Renewal of reading materials can be done through the internet (Pendeta Web PAC)according to the rules and regulations.Inter-Library Loan ServiceThe Inter-Library Loan Service facility is available to lecturers, researchers andpostgraduates at the Faculty of Engineering. This facility is to allow them to obtain articleswhich are not available in the UM Library collection. Service conditions are according to therules stated.Information ServicesThe Library offers reference and information services. This includes attending to queries andobtaining information from the database for users of UM Library within and outside thecampus.Current Information ServicesThe Library offers current information on latest subscriptions to online databases, andcirculates the list of new materials obtained by the library to lecturers and researchers at theFaculty through e-mail and letters.USER SERVICESInduction programmes are conducted at the Main Library and Engineering Library at thebeginning of each academic session. The main aim of this programme is to introduce theuse of the Online Public Access Catalog, Pendeta Web PAC, and library facilities to newstudents.Special information search sessions are also offered to postgraduate students, lecturers andstaff from time to time. In these sessions, emphasis is given to the use of Pendeta WebPAC, CD-ROM and online database to search for reference materials in engineering andrelated fields.Electronic SourcesOnline access (via Internet) a. The UM Library subscribes to a number of online databases, including those related to engineering. Registered library users may access these databases via the UM Library Website http://www.umlib.edu.my, in the “online databases” section. The user is required to key in the “user ID” before being allowed to access this database. b. Catalogues in the online Engineering Library are a part of the online catalogue of the UM Library and may be accessed through the UM Library website http://www.pendetaumlib.um.edu.my 11
  12. 12. SERVICE HOURSMonday -Thursday - 8:30 am - 5.30 pmFriday - 8.30 am – 12.30 noon 2.45 pm – 5.30 pmThe Engineering Library are closed on Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays.For enquiries please contact:The LibrarianMrs. Zahril Shahida AhmadEmail : zahril@um.edu.myLibrary StaffMr. Menan AmanMrs. Hamisah HamidiAddressPerpustakaan KejuruteraanUniversiti Malaya50603 Lembah PantaiKuala LumpurTel. : 03-7967 4591Fax : 03-7967 5259 12
  13. 13. BRIEF PROFILE DEPARTMENT OF ENGINEERING DESIGN AND MANUFACTUREDepartment of Engineering Design and Manufacture, which was once known as theCAD/CAM unit was established in 1993 as The National CAD/CAM Centre. In 1996, the unitstarted offering the Bachelors Degree in Computer Aided Design and Manufacturing(CAD/CAM), there were only about 25 students as the first intake. The following year, theunit began offering a course in Manufacturing Engineering, which was once offered by theMechanical Engineering Department. However, since both manufacturing and CAD/CAMareas are closely related to each other, for session 1997/1998, the university’s managementhad approved a proposal for the manufacturing course to be transferred to the CAD/CAMunit. Due to the transfer, the CAD/CAM unit was changed to the CAD/CAM andManufacturing unit. Even though the CAD/CAM and Manufacturing unit offered two differentprogrammes, teaching staffs from both areas were involved as the areas are closely relatedto one another. In the year 2000, with the offering of two programmes and rapiddevelopment of the unit, it was upgraded to Department of Engineering Design andManufacture. Starting from 2000/2001 session, a four-year course system was implemented.Today, within a decade of the establishment of the department, it has managed to producemore than 500 graduates in CAD/CAM and Manufacturing programmes. Within five years ofthe offering of Master of Engineering (Manufacturing), there are more than 50 graduates andmore than a handful of MSc by research and PhD graduates. This can be considered as agreat achievement for one of the youngest department in the Faculty of Engineering. Despiteconstraints in terms of expertise and resources of the new technology, this new departmentmanaged to prove its worth.In line with the mission and vision of the faculty and the university, the department is movingtowards establishing a research culture within the staff members. Centre for Product Designand Manufacturing (CPDM), Centre of Advanced Manufacturing and Material Processing(AMMP) and Manufacturing System Integration research group (MSI) are established withinthis department. A majority of the academic staffs had secured more than couple of a millionringgit of research grants from various sources such as the Technofund, Sciencefund,Fundamental Research Grants (FRGS) and several other research grants. On top of that,the department is also in the process of increasing the number of academic staffs with PhD’sand at the same time increasing the number of postgraduate students.In order to improve the quality of the courses, the department is awaiting for an accreditationcertification awarded from the Engineering Accreditation Council. These steps will ensure asteady stream of quality graduates and to be a leading world class research centres. 13
  14. 14. INTRODUCTION OF OUTCOME-BASED EDUCATION (OBE)Outcome-Based Education (OBE) is an approach in education system that more concerntoward the outcome’s achievement rather than education processes. The focus of OBE’sapproach is the outcome that needed in preparing the student to enter the career world.The effort by Faculty of Engineering, University Malaya in implementing the OBE’scurriculum since 2004, is in conjunction with the requirement of Ministry of Higher Educationand Board of Engineers Malaysia (BEM). The effort in approaching OBE in engineeringeducation is in order to help Malaysia to be a full member in Washington Accord (WA) that isan international agreement to recognized the engineering degree equally. In order toimplement this OBE approach, it takes more concern about two main criteria that isProgramme Educational Objectives (PEO) and Programme Outcomes (PO) which isbefore this the criteria not been acknowledge. This POE and PO need to be amend, traced,scaled and evaluated in the education process.Programme Educational Objectives (PEO)Programme Educational Objectives (PEO) is an objective to a long term academic programwhich is the expected achievements of graduates in their career and professional life fewyears after graduation. The needs of PEO has been stated in Section 3.0, EngineeringProgramme Accreditation Manual – 3rd Edition, Engineering Accreditation Council (EAC),Malaysia (EAC’s Manual, 2005).Programme Outcomes (PO)Programme Outcomes (PO) is short term outcomes that are expected to attain by thestudent when they finish their study. The needs of PEO have been stated in Section 4.0,EAC’s Manual (2005). 14
  15. 15. Programme Educational Outcomes (PEO) for CAD/M ProgrammeProduce graduates who 1. Are proficient professionals having in-depth engineering knowledge and technical expertise in design to create or adapt the latest technology for the benefit and well- being of mankind 2. Pursue lifelong learning with utmost enthusiasm and self-motivated aptitude for continual professional development 3. Possess outstanding leadership qualities, effective communication skills, and are creative and innovative in developing and improving product and processes related to design.Programme Outcomes(PO) for CAD/M Programme 1. Explain the knowledge of scientific principles and ability to apply knowledge that are fundamental in engineering design and manufacture. 2. Ability to undertake problem identification, formulation and solution. 3. Ability to function in a multi-disciplinary team either as a team leader/manager or a member, and possess entrepreneur skills. 4. Identify the need for and pursuing lifelong learning. 5. Ability to communicate effectively with engineers and the community at large. 6. Identify the ethics and professional responsibilities in social, cultural, global and environmental context and the need for sustainable development. 7. Ability to design/conduct experiments and analyze/interpret data. 8. Ability to use computer based design approach and analytical tools in the development of a product. 9. Identify sufficient technical competence in manufacturing engineering discipline 10. Ability to produce innovative and state of the art product or redesign existing product. 11. Ability to employ basic/advanced research methods. 15
  16. 16. ACADEMIC STAFFSDEPARTMENT OF ENGINEERING DESIGN AND MANUFACTURE HEAD OF DEPARTMENT Name : Assoc. Prof. Dr. Siti Zawiah bt. Md. Dawal Specialization : Manufacturing System Engineering, Ergonomic Survey & Industrial Ergonomics Qualification : B.Eng (Hons) (Leeds M), MSc (Warwick), PhD (Mal) Office No : 03-79675251 Email : sitizawiahmd@um.edu.my COORDINATOR – MANUFACTURING PROGRAMME Name : Professor Dr. Imtiaz Ahmed Choudhury Specialization : Machine Tools and Machining (Traditional/Non- traditional), Metal Forming, Plastic Injection Molding Qualification : B.Sc.Eng (ME), BUET, M. Eng (AIT), M.S. (USA), Ph.D. (Dublin) Office No : 03-79675384 Email : imtiaz@um.edu.my COORDINATOR – CAD/CAM PROGRAMME Name : Dr. Tuan Mohammad Yusoff Shah B. Tuan Ya Specialization : Computer Aided Engineering, Finite Element Analysis, Computational Fluid Dynamics Qualification : B.Eng (Hons) (Salford), M.Eng. (UNSW), Ph.D (Osaka University) Office No : 03-79676840 Email : tyusoff@um.edu.my 16
  17. 17. PROFESSORSName : Professor Dr. Zahari TahaSpecialization : Automation and Robotics, Engineering Design (CAD), Biomechanics Human FactorsQualification : B.Sc (Bath), Ph.D (Wales), DIS (IIU)Office No : 03-79677625Email : zahari_taha@um.edu.myName : Professor Dr. Imtiaz Ahmed ChoudhurySpecialization : Machine Tools and Machining (Traditional/Non- traditional), Metal Forming, Plastic Injection MoldingQualification : B.Sc.Eng (ME), BUET, M. Eng (AIT), M.S. (USA), Ph.D. (Dublin)Office No : 03-79675384Email : imtiaz@um.edu.my ASSOCIATE PROFESSORSName : Assoc. Prof. Dr. Ardeshir BahreininejadSpecialization : Computational Solid Mechanics, Soft Computing and Information Technology ApplicationsQualification : BS/BA (Civil & Structural), PhD (UK)Office No : 03-79675382Email : bahreininejad@um.edu.myName : Assoc. Prof Dr. Mohd Hamdi bin Abd ShukorSpecialization : Surface Engineering, Advanced Manufacturing Technology.Qualification : B.Eng(Hons) (Imperial College of Science), M.Sc. : (UMIST), Dr. Eng. (Kyoto)Office No : 03-79675256Email hamdi@um.edu.myName : Assoc. Prof. Dr. Shamsuddin AhmedSpecialization : Manufacturing Planning & Control, Quality & Reliability Engineering, Maintenance Engineering, Operation Research, Human Resources ManagementQualification : B.Sc. Eng. (BUET), M.Eng. (AIT), PGDPM (IPM Dhaka), PhD(Mal)Office No : 03-79674455Email : ahmed@um.edu.myName : Assoc. Prof. Dr. Siti Zawiah bt. Md. DawalSpecialization : Manufacturing System Engineering, Ergonomic Survey & Industrial ErgonomicsQualification : B.Eng (Hons) (Leeds M), MSc (Warwick), PhD (Mal)Office No : 03-79675251Email : sitizawiahmd@um.edu.my 17
  18. 18. SENIOR LECTURERSName : Dr. Ahmed Aly Diaa Mohammed SarhanSpecialization : Computer Integrated Manufacturing, Cutting Tool Technology, Non-Conventional Machining.Qualification : B.Eng & MSC (Egypt), Dr.Eng (Kyoto)Office No : 03-79674593Email : ah_sarhan@um.edu.myName : Dr. Ir Khairi YusufSpecialization : Robotics, Pattern recognition, Geometric measurement, Image processing, Computer visionQualification : Degree/Master (ITB), PhD (Japan)Office No : 03-79674464Email : khairiyusuf@um.edu.myName : Dr. Mahidzal DahariSpecialization : Computer System, Control SystemQualification : B.Eng(Hons) (UTP), M.Sc. (UTP), Phd. (UTP)Office No : 03-79675399Email : mahidzal@um.edu.myName : Dr. Nukman YusoffSpecialization : CAD/CAM, Automation, CNC Machining, Mechatronics, Laser Materials Processing.Qualification : B.Eng (Hons) CAD/CAM, M.Sc. Mechatronics, PhD (Lough. uni, UK)Office No : 03-79674459Email : nukman@um.edu.my 18
  19. 19. LECTURERSName : Dr. Tuan Mohammad Yusoff Shah B. Tuan YaSpecialization : Computer Aided Engineering, Finite Element Analysis, Computational Fluid DynamicsQualification : B.Eng (Hons) (Salford), M.Eng. (UNSW), Ph.D (Osaka University)Office No : 03-79676840Email : tyusoff@um.edu.myName : Dr. Salwa Hanim Abdul RashidSpecialization : Sustainable Manufacturing, Material Efficiency, Waste Minimisation, Eco-design, Manufacturing Management, ErgonomicsQualification : B.Eng (Hons) (Salford), M.Sc. (Loughborough), PhD (Cranfield)Office No : 03-79676832Email : salwa_hanim@um.edu.myName : Mr. Azeddien Mo SalahSpecialization : Instrumentation, Robotics, Automation and Control : EngineeringQualification : B. Eng Mechanical, EAT( Libya), MEng. Sc. (Mal)Office No : 03-79675246Email azkensh@um.edu.myName : Mr. Aznijar bin Ahmad Yazid (Study Leave)Specialization : CAD/CAM/CAE, Manufacturing ProcessesQualification : Dip.Mech (UTM),B.Eng (Hons)(Oxford-Brookes), M.Sc.(Aero) (UPM)Office No : 03-79676838Email : aznijar@um.edu.myName : Mr. Azzuddin Mamat(Study Leave)Specialization : Die & Mould, CAD/CAM/CAEQualification : B.Eng CAD/M (Hons) (Mal), M.Eng.Sc. (Mal)Office No : 03-79675265Email : azuddin@um.edu.myName : Mr. Bernard Saw Lip HuatSpecialization : CAD/CAM/CAE, regenerative braking, Combustion SynthesisQualification : B.Eng CAD/CAM (Hons) (Mal), M.Eng.Sc (Mal)Office No : 03-79675335Email : bernardsaw@um.edu.my 19
  20. 20. LECTURERSName : Mrs. Bushroa Abd. Razak (Study Leave)Specialization : Surface Engineering, Manufacturing Process, MaterialQualification : B.Eng (Hons) (UMIST), M.Eng.Sc (Mal)Office No : 03-79675239Email : bushroa@um.edu.myName : Mr. Edzrol Niza Mohamad (Study Leave)Specialization : Precision Manufacturing, Machine Design, Tribo- DesignQualification : B.Eng (Hons) (Yamagata), M.Eng (Kyoto)Office No : -Email : edzrol@um.edu.myName : Mrs. Farazila Yusoff (Study Leave)Specialization : Powder Metallurgy, CAD/CAM/CAEQualification : B.Eng CAD/M (Hons) (Mal) M.Eng.Sc (Mal)Office No : -Email : farazila@um.edu.myName : Mr. Norhafizan bin Ahmad (Study Leave)Specialization : CAD/CAM/CAE, Biomechanics, Computer Aided Ergonomics, ErgonomicsQualification : B.Eng (Hons) (Mal), M. Eng (Osaka)Office No : 03-79675369Email : norhafizan@um.edu.myName : Mr. Raja Arrifin B. Raja GhazillaSpecialization : Ergonomics, CAD/CAM/CAE, Sustainable Manufacturing, Eco-DesignQualification : B.Eng CAD/M (Hons) (Mal), M.Eng.Sc. (Mal)Office No : 03-79675250Email : r_ariffin@um.edu.myName : Ms. Siti Nurmaya Musa (Study Leave)Specialization : Industrial Engineering, Manufacturing Management, CAD/CAM/CAEQualification : B.Sc (UW-Milwaukee), M.Sc. (Nottingham)Office No : -Email : nurmaya@um.edu.myName : Mr. Yap Hwa JenSpecialization : Virtual Reality, CAD/CAM/CAE, Product DesignQualification : B.Eng Mechanical (Hons) (Mal), M.Eng.Sc. (Mal)Office No : 03-79675240Email : hjyap737@um.edu.my 20
  21. 21. TUTORSName : Mr. Azrul Zamir Bin Mohd IdrisQualification : B.Eng.(Mech) (UTM)Office No : 03-79675335Email : azrulzamir@um.edu.myName : Mr. Muhammad Nur Bin MustaffaQualification : B.Eng.(Mech-Prod.)Office No : (HTWG Konstanz)Email : 03-79675335 muhammadnur@um.edu.myName : Mr. Nor Hisham Bin SulaimanQualification : B.Eng.(Mech-Manu)(UTM)Office No : 03-79675335Email : hishamsulaiman@um.edu.myName : Ms. Nur Aisyah Aimi Binti Abd RahmanQualification : B.Eng.(Mech-Manu)(UTM)Office No : 03-79675335Email : aisyah_aimi@um.edu.myName : Ms. Nur Azyyah Binti Abdul JamilQualification : B.Eng.(Manu)(UKM)Office No : 03-79675335Email : nurazyyah@um.edu.myName : Ms. Siti Rusyida Binti RohimQualification : M.Eng.(Hons)(Mech) (Sheffield)Office No : 03-79675335Email : syidarohim@um.edu.myName : Mr. Tan Jian DingQualification : B.Eng.(Elec) (UTHM)Office No : 03-79675335Email : jdtan@um.edu.my 21
  22. 22. SUPPORTING STAFFSDEPARTMENT OF ENGINEERING DESIGN AND MANUFACTURE ADMINISTRATIVE STAFFS Name : Ms. Nasriyah Bt. Ahmad Position : Administration Assistant Officer Email : nasriyah@um.edu.my Name : Ms. Rahimah Bt. Alias Position : OMPD Email : imah17@um.edu.my Name : Ms. Aishatul Fiza Bt. Azmi Position : Administration Assistant Officer Email : aisha@um.edu.my Name : Ms. Norshukrina Binti Abd Kadir Position : Administration Officer Email : shukrina@um.edu.my Name : Mr. Mohd Raditah Bin Mohd Yusof Position : General Assistant Email : azat@um.edu.my 22
  23. 23. SUPPORTING STAFFSName : Mr. Alias Bin AbdullahPosition : Science OfficerEmail : alias_abdullah@um.edu.myName : Mr. Ahmad Fauzi B. Mohammad AshriPosition : TechnicianEmail : ahmadfauzi@um.comName : Mr. Azrul B. Abdul HamidPosition : TechnicianEmail : azrul@um.edu.myName : Mr. Che Mat B. KelingPosition : OMPDEmail : awangs@um.edu.myName : Mr. Drrick PereiraPosition : Assistant Science OfficerEmail : drrick@um.edu.myName : Mr. Hambali B. NawawiPosition : TechnicianEmail : hambali@um.edu.myName : Ms. Hartini Bt. BaharumPosition : TechnicianEmail : tin420@um.edu.my 23
  24. 24. SUPPORTING STAFFSName : Mr. Mohd Isa B. BaharomPosition : Senior Lab AssistantEmail : mib_II@um.edu.myName : Mr. Mohd Nasarizom B. MohamedPosition : TechnicianEmail : nasarizam@um.edu.myName : Mr. Mohd Nasrul B. Mohd YusoffPosition : Senior TechnicianEmail : nasrul@um.edu.myName : Mr. Mohd. Syukri Bin Ab RazakPosition : TechnicianEmail : syukri_sp@um.edu.myName : Mr. Mohd Yusof YazidPosition : Senior TechnicianEmail : yusof@um.eduName : Mr. Mohd Zul Fadzli b. marzukiPosition : TechnicianEmail : fazly@um.edu.myName : Ms. Nooraini Bt. YusoffPosition : Assistant Science OfficerEmail : nooraini@um.edu.my 24
  25. 25. SUPPORTING STAFFSName : Ms. Nursiyadah Bt. Abd. HamidPosition : TechnicianEmail : nursiyadah@um.edu.myName : Mr. Wan Mohd. Hassanul Isyraf B. Wan YusoffPosition : Assitant Information system Assistant officerEmail : isyraf@um.edu.myName : Mr. Zainul Jamal Bin GhiasuddinPosition : Assistant Science OfficerEmail : zainulj@um.edu.myName : Mr. Zulkefle B. KassimPosition : Senior TechnicianEmail : zulkefle@um.edu.my 25
  26. 26. PROGRAMME STRUCTURE BACHELOR’S DEGREE IN ENGINEERING (CAD/CAM) (MALAYSIAN STUDENTS) SESSION 2010/2011 Course Content Credit HoursUniversity - TITAS 2 Courses - Ethnic Relations 2 (15%) - Basic Of Entrepreneurship Culture 2 - Information Skills 1 - Co-curriculum 2 - English Language-1 3 - English Language-2 3 - Thinking and Communication Skills 3 - Elective Course from other Faculty 2 Credit Hours Sub-total 20 - Faculty Core Courses 17Faculty - Department Core Courses 91Courses - Department Elective Courses 7 (85%) Credit Hours Sub-Total 115 Total Credit Hours 135 26
  27. 27. PROGRAMME STRUCTURE BACHELOR’S DEGREE IN ENGINEERING (CAD/CAM) (INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS) SESSION 2010/2011 Course Content Credit HoursUniversity - TITAS 2 Courses - Introduction To Malaysia 2 (15%) - Basic Of Entrepreneurship Culture 2 - Information Skills 1 - Co-curriculum 2 - English Language-1 3 - English Language-2 3 - Thinking and Communication Skills 3 - Elective Course from other Faculty 2 Credit Hours Sub-total 20 - Faculty Core Courses 17Faculty - Department Core Courses 91Courses - Department Elective Courses 7 (85%) Credit Hours Sub-Total 115 Total Credit Hours 135 COURSE OUTLINE FOR DEGREE OF ENGINEERING (CAD/CAM) PROGRAM – MALAYSIAN STUDENTS 27
  28. 28. ACADEMIC SESSION 2010/2011 Initial L SS Mid L1 SS Mid L2 SS Fin L SS TOTAL CODE COURSE PREREQUISITES S1 S2 1 S3 S4 2 S5 S6 3 S7 S8 4 CREDITSUNIVERSITY COURSESGXEX 1401 Information Skills 1 1GXEX 1411 Ethnic Relation 2 2GXEX 1412 Basic Entrepreneurship Culture 2 2GXEX 1414 TITAS 2 2KXEX 2163 Thinking and Communication Skills 3 3 Co-curriculum 2 2 English Language-1 3 3 English Language-2 3 3 Elective Courses from other Faculty 2 2Sub-Total Credit Hours 1 3 2 6 2 2 0 4 20FACULTY COURSESKXEX 1110 Basic Material Science 3 3KXEX 1144 Basic Engineering Calculus 2 2KXEX 1145 Basic Engineering Algebra 2 2KXEX 2162 Economy, Finance and Engineer 2 2KXEX 2165 Moral and Ethics of the Engineering Profession 2 2KXEX 2166 Law and Engineering 2 2KXEX 2244 Ordinary Differential Equations 2 2 KXEX1144KXEX 2245 Vector Analysis 2 2 KXEX1145Sub-Total Credit Hours 0 5 2 2 2 2 4 0 17DEPARTMENTAL COURSESKCEC 1101 Computer Aided Drawing 3 3KCEC 1106 Statics 3 3KCEP 1103 Introduction to Manufacturing 3 3KCEP 1108 Fluid Mechanics 3 3KCEP 1109 Thermodynamics 3 3KCEC 1102 Computer Programming 3 3KCEP 1110 Introduction to Electrical Engineering 3 3KCEP 1201 Dynamics 3 3 KCEC1106KCEC 2105 Computer Aided Design 3 3KCEP 2112 Design for Machine Elements 3 3KCEP 2113 Manufacturing Process 3 3KCEP 2201 Mechanics of Materials 3 3 KCEP1201KCEP 2105 Numerical Methods and Statistics 3 3KCEC 2116 Product Design 3 3KCEC 2117 Control Engineering 3 3KCEC 3105 Technology CNC/CAM 3 3KCEP 3106 Principles of Metal Working 3 3KCEC 3171 Industrial project I 3 3 KCEC1108KCEC 3213 Computational Fluid Dynamics 3 3 KCEP1109 KCEP2105KCEC 3101 Computer Aided Ergonomics 3 3KCEC 3107 Finite Element Analysis 3 3KCEC 3108 Computer Integrated Manufacturing 3 3KCEC 3171 Industrial Project II 3 3KCEC 3191 Industrial Training 5 5KCEC 4105 Mold and Die Design 3 3KCEC 4111 Design for Manufacturing 3 3KCEC 4281 Final Year Project I 4 4KCEC 43XX Departmental Elective Course 2 2KCEC 4114 Reverse Engineering 3 3KCEC 4281 Final Year Project II 4 4KCEC 43XX Departmental Elective Course 2 2KCEC 43XX Departmental Elective Course 3 3Sub-Total Credit Hours 15 9 12 9 12 12 5 12 12 98Total Credit Hours 16 17 16 17 16 16 5 16 16 135Note:The Course Schedule is subject to changes by the Faculty from time to time.* Elective Courses offered each semester may differ from those listed above. COURSE OUTLINE FOR DEGREE OF ENGINEERING (CAD/CAM) PROGRAM – INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS ACADEMIC SESSION 2010/2011 28
  29. 29. Initial L SS Mid L1 SS Mid L2 SS Fin L SS TOTAL CODE COURSE PREREQUISITES S1 S2 1 S3 S4 2 S5 S6 3 S7 S8 4 CREDITSUNIVERSITY COURSESGXEX 1401 Information Skills 1 1GXEX 1412 Basic Entrepreneurship Culture 2 2GXEX 1413 Introduction to Malaysia 2 2GXEX 1414 TITAS 2 2KXEX 2163 Thinking and Communication Skills 3 3 Co-curriculum 2 2 English Language-1 3 3 English Language-2 3 3 Elective Courses from other Faculty 2 2Sub-Total Credit Hours 1 3 2 6 2 2 0 4 20FACULTY COURSESKXEX 1110 Basic Material Science 3 3KXEX 1144 Basic Engineering Calculus 2 2KXEX 1145 Basic Engineering Algebra 2 2KXEX 2162 Economy, Finance and Engineer 2 2KXEX 2165 Moral and Ethics of the Engineering Profession 2 2KXEX 2166 Law and Engineering 2 2KXEX 2244 Ordinary Differential Equations 2 2 KXEX1144KXEX 2245 Vector Analysis 2 2 KXEX1145Sub-Total Credit Hours 0 5 2 2 2 2 4 0 17DEPARTMENTAL COURSESKCEC 1101 Computer Aided Drawing 3 3KCEC 1106 Statics 3 3KCEP 1103 Introduction to Manufacturing 3 3KCEP 1108 Fluid Mechanics 3 3KCEP 1109 Thermodynamics 3 3KCEC 1102 Computer Programming 3 3KCEP 1110 Introduction to Electrical Engineering 3 3KCEP 1201 Dynamics 3 3 KCEC1106KCEC 2105 Computer Aided Design 3 3KCEP 2112 Design for Machine Elements 3 3KCEP 2113 Manufacturing Process 3 3KCEP 2201 Mechanics of Materials 3 3 KCEP1201KCEP 2105 Numerical Methods and Statistics 3 3KCEC 2116 Product Design 3 3KCEC 2117 Control Engineering 3 3KCEC 3105 Technology CNC/CAM 3 3KCEP 3106 Principles of Metal Working 3 3KCEC 3171 Industrial project I 3 3 KCEC1108KCEC 3213 Computational Fluid Dynamics 3 3 KCEP1109 KCEP2105KCEC 3101 Computer Aided Ergonomics 3 3KCEC 3107 Finite Element Analysis 3 3KCEC 3108 Computer Integrated Manufacturing 3 3KCEC 3171 Industrial Project II 3 3KCEC 3191 Industrial Training 5 5KCEC 4105 Mold and Die Design 3 3KCEC 4111 Design for Manufacturing 3 3KCEC 4281 Final Year Project I 4 4KCEC 43XX Departmental Elective Course 2 2KCEC 4114 Reverse Engineering 3 3KCEC 4281 Final Year Project II 4 4KCEC 43XX Departmental Elective Course 2 2KCEC 43XX Departmental Elective Course 3 3Sub-Total Credit Hours 15 9 12 9 12 12 5 12 12 98Total Credit Hours 16 17 16 17 16 16 5 16 16 135Note:The Course Schedule is subject to changes by the Faculty from time to time.* Elective Courses offered each semester may differ from those listed above. REQUIREMENTS FOR GRADUATION BACHELORS DEGREE IN ENGINEERING (CAD/CAM) – MALAYSIAN STUDENTS ACADEMIC SESSION 2010/2011 29
  30. 30. CODE COURSES TOTAL PASSING CREDIT GRADE MARKING SCHEME UNIVERSITY COURSES Grade Marks Grade Indicators GXEX 1401 Information Skills 1 S Points GXEX 1411 Ethnic Relation 2 C 80-100 A 4.0 Excellent GXEX 1412 Basic Entrepreneurship Culture 2 C 75-79 A- 3.7 Excellent GXEX 1414 TITAS 2 C 70-74 B+ 3.3 Good KXEX 2163 Thinking and Communication Skills 3 C 65-69 B 3.0 Good Co-curriculum 2 S 60-64 B- 2.7 Good English Language-1 3 D 55-59 C+ 2.3 Pass English Language-2 3 D 50-54 C 2.0 Pass Elective Courses from other Faculty 2 D 45-49 C- 1.7 Conditional Pass Credit Hours Sub Total 20 40-44 D+ 1.5 Conditional Pass 35-39 D 1.0 Conditional Pass FACULTY COURSES <34 F 0.0 Fail KXEX 1110 Basic Material Science 3 D KXEX 1144 Basic Engineering Calculus 2 C KXEX 1145 Basic Engineering Algebra 2 C KXEX 2162 Economy, Finance and Engineer 2 D KXEX 2165 Moral and Ethics of the Engineering Profession 2 D KXEX 2166 Law and Engineering 2 D KXEX 2244 Ordinary Differential Equations 2 C KXEX 2245 Vector Analysis 2 C Credit Hours Sub Total 17 DEPARTMENT COURSE KCEC 1101 Computer Aided Drawing 3 C KCEC 1106 Statics 3 C KCEP 1103 Introduction to Manufacturing 3 C KCEP 1108 Fluid Mechanics 3 C KCEP 1109 Thermodynamics 3 C KCEC 1102 Computer Programming 3 C KCEP 1110 Introduction to Electrical Engineering 3 C KCEP 1201 Dynamics 3 C KCEC 2105 Computer Aided Design 3 C KCEP 2112 Design for Machine Elements 3 C KCEP 2113 Manufacturing Process 3 C KCEP 2201 Mechanics of Materials 3 C KCEP 2105 Numerical Methods and Statistics 3 C KCEC 2116 Product Design 3 C KCEC 2117 Control Engineering 3 C KCEC 3105 Technology CNC/CAM 3 C KCEP 3106 Principles of Metal Working 3 C KCEC 3171 Industrial project I 3 C KCEC 3213 Computational Fluid Dynamics 3 C KCEC 3101 Computer Aided Ergonomics 3 C KCEC 3107 Finite Element Analysis 3 C KCEC 3108 Computer Integrated Manufacturing 3 C KCEC 3171 Industrial Project II 3 C KCEC 3191 Industrial Training 5 S KCEC 4105 Mold and Die Design 3 C KCEC 4111 Design for Manufacturing 3 C KCEC 4281 Final Year Project I 4 C KCEC 43XX Departmental Elective Course 2 C KCEC 4114 Reverse Engineering 3 C KCEC 4281 Final Year Project II 4 C KCEC 43XX Departmental Elective Course 2 C KCEC 43XX Departmental Elective Course 3 C Credit Hours Sub Total 98 TOTAL CREDIT HOURS 135Note:Requirements for Graduation are subjected to changes by the Senate REQUIREMENTS FOR GRADUATION BACHELORS DEGREE IN ENGINEERING (CAD/CAM) – INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS ACADEMIC SESSION 2010/2011 30
  31. 31. CODE COURSES TOTAL PASSING CREDIT GRADE MARKING SCHEME UNIVERSITY COURSES Grade Marks Grade Indicators GXEX 1401 Information Skills 1 S Points GXEX 1412 Basic Entrepreneurship Culture 2 C 80-100 A 4.0 Excellent GXEX 1413 Introduction to Malaysia 2 C 75-79 A- 3.7 Excellent GXEX 1414 TITAS 2 C 70-74 B+ 3.3 Good KXEX 2163 Thinking and Communication Skills 3 C 65-69 B 3.0 Good Co-curriculum 2 S 60-64 B- 2.7 Good English Language-1 3 D 55-59 C+ 2.3 Pass English Language-2 3 D 50-54 C 2.0 Pass Elective Courses from other Faculty 2 D 45-49 C- 1.7 Conditional Pass Credit Hours Sub Total 20 40-44 D+ 1.5 Conditional Pass 35-39 D 1.0 Conditional Pass FACULTY COURSES <34 F 0.0 Fail KXEX 1110 Basic Material Science 3 D KXEX 1144 Basic Engineering Calculus 2 C KXEX 1145 Basic Engineering Algebra 2 C KXEX 2162 Economy, Finance and Engineer 2 D KXEX 2165 Moral and Ethics of the Engineering Profession 2 D KXEX 2166 Law and Engineering 2 D KXEX 2244 Ordinary Differential Equations 2 C KXEX 2245 Vector Analysis 2 C Credit Hours Sub Total 17 DEPARTMENT COURSE KCEC 1101 Computer Aided Drawing 3 C KCEC 1106 Statics 3 C KCEP 1103 Introduction to Manufacturing 3 C KCEP 1108 Fluid Mechanics 3 C KCEP 1109 Thermodynamics 3 C KCEC 1102 Computer Programming 3 C KCEP 1110 Introduction to Electrical Engineering 3 C KCEP 1201 Dynamics 3 C KCEC 2105 Computer Aided Design 3 C KCEP 2112 Design for Machine Elements 3 C KCEP 2113 Manufacturing Process 3 C KCEP 2201 Mechanics of Materials 3 C KCEP 2105 Numerical Methods and Statistics 3 C KCEC 2116 Product Design 3 C KCEC 2117 Control Engineering 3 C KCEC 3105 Technology CNC/CAM 3 C KCEP 3106 Principles of Metal Working 3 C KCEC 3171 Industrial project I 3 C KCEC 3213 Computational Fluid Dynamics 3 C KCEC 3101 Computer Aided Ergonomics 3 C KCEC 3107 Finite Element Analysis 3 C KCEC 3108 Computer Integrated Manufacturing 3 C KCEC 3171 Industrial Project II 3 C KCEC 3191 Industrial Training 5 S KCEC 4105 Mold and Die Design 3 C KCEC 4111 Design for Manufacturing 3 C KCEC 4281 Final Year Project I 4 C KCEC 43XX Departmental Elective Course 2 C KCEC 4114 Reverse Engineering 3 C KCEC 4281 Final Year Project II 4 C KCEC 43XX Departmental Elective Course 2 C KCEC 43XX Departmental Elective Course 3 C Credit Hours Sub Total 98 TOTAL CREDIT HOURS 135Note:Requirements for Graduation are subjected to changes by the Senate 31
  32. 32. COURSE PRO FORMAIMPORTANT:Contents of this Pro Forma should not be changed without Senate approval. Amendments of not morethan 30% of the contents can be approved at the Faculty/Academy/Centre level.Academy/Faculty/Centre Faculty of Languages And LinguisticsDepartment English LanguageProgramme Bachelor DegreeCourse Code GTEE 1101Course Title Fundamentals of EnglishCourse Pre-requisite(s)/ Minimum MUET Bands 1 and 2Requirement(s) Other equivalent English Language qualifications set by the University.Self-learning Time (SLT) 120 hoursCredit Hour 3Learning Outcome At the end of the course, students are able to: 1. use correct grammar 2. use reading skills such as skimming, scanning and deducing meanings from contextual clues in order to understand a variety of texts 3. demonstrate the ability to write cohesively and coherently at the paragraph levelTransferable Skills Apply reading skills relevant to area of work Write grammatically correct texts at place of employmentSynopsis of Course Contents The aim of this course is to enable students to improve their English language proficiency. Students will be given class activities and set tasks for self directed learning (SDL) focusing on grammar, reading and writing skills.Delivery Mode Lectures, tutorials, assignments and self-directed learningAssessment Method Continuous assessment: 50% Class test (15%), Writing assignment (10%), Reading assignment (10%), Portfolio (15%) Final Examination: 50%Method of providing feedback on Feedback in class, discussion with lecturers, display of test/courseworkstudents’ performance grades.Criteria of summative assessment Please refer to Kaedah-Kaedah dan Peraturan-Peraturan Universiti Malaya(Pengajian Ijazah Pertama) 2006.UM-PT01-PK03-BR003(BI)-S03 31
  33. 33. COURSE INFORMATION FOR CURRENT SEMESTER/TERMAcademic Year 2010/2011Semester/Term 1/2Course Code GTEE 1101Course Title Fundamentals of EnglishCredit Hour 3Medium of Instruction English LanguageCourse Pre-requisite(s)/ MUET Bands 1 and 2Minimum Requirement(s) Other equivalent English Language qualifications set by the University.Main Reference Textbook: Fuchs, M & Bonner, M. (2006). Focus on Grammar 4 (3rd Edition). New York: Pearson. Other references: Azar, B. S. (2002). Understanding and Using English Grammar (3rd Edition). New York: Pearson Education. Bullon, S. (Ed.). (2003). Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English. Essex: Pearson Education Limited. Walker, E. & Elsworth, S. (2000). Grammar Practice for Intermediate Students. Essex: Perason Education Limited.Teaching Materials / Textbook, reference books, articles, online materials and powerpointEquipmentLearning Strategies Refer to Student Learning Time formStudent Learning Time Face to face: 28 hours Guided learning: 62 hours Independent learning time: 30 hours (Refer to Student Learning Time form)Soft skills Communication skills : CS1, CS2 and CS3 Critical thinking & Problem solving skills : CTPS1 and CTPS2 Teamwork skills : TS1 dan TS2 Lifelong learning & information management skills : LL1 (Refer to Soft Skills matrix)Lecturer Room Refer to Lecture TimetableTelephone / e-mailLecture Session Refer to Lecture Timetable- Day / TimeRoom :Tutorial / Practical Session -Day / TimeRoomImportant Dates Ongoing assessment: Class Test (Week 5), Writing assignment (Week 7), Reading assignment (Week 10), Portfolio (Week 14) Final ExaminationUM-PT01-PK03-BR004(BI)-S03 32
  34. 34. COURSE INFORMATION FOR CURRENT SEMESTER/TERMTeaching Schedule REFERENCES / TEACHING WEEK LECTURE / TUTORIAL / ASSIGNMENT TOPIC MATERIALS / EQUIPMENT Introduction to Course and Portfolio Requirements Pro Forma Grammar : • Simple Present Textbook: pp. 2-6 1 • Present Progressive Reading : • Skim and Scan (1) Supplementary materials Self-directed learning (SDL) : Portfolio Item 1 • Reading : Comprehension 1 • Vocabulary : Exercise Supplementary materials Grammar : Textbook: 2 • Simple Past Pgs. 9-15, 19-25 • Past Progressive • Present Perfect • Present Perfect Progressive Writing : • Activity (paragraph writing) Textbook: p. 8 SDL : Portfolio Item 2 Textbook: Activity 5 (p. 16) • Paragraph Writing : Using the simple present and present progressive (150 words) Supplementary materials • Reading : Skim and scan (2) Grammar: Textbook: pp. 28-38, 41 • Past Perfect and supplementary materials • Past Perfect Progressive 3 Vocabulary: • Verb forms SDL : Portfolio Item 3 Textbook: pp. 46-50 • Review exercises : Present and Past Grammar : Textbook: pp. 52-60 and 4 • Future Simple supplementary materials • Future Progressive Reading : • Comprehension 2 SDL : Self revision (prior to Grammar Test) Textbook Grammar : Textbook: pp. 66-75, 88-97; • Future Perfect 99; 102-110; • Future Perfect Progressive • Negative Yes/ No Questions • Tag Questions 5 Grammar Test SDL : Portfolio Item 4 Textbook: • Negative yes/no questions or tag questions Activity 5 (p. 97) • Error identification and correction exercise (negative Activity 6 (p. 98) questions, tag questions)UM-PT01-PK03-BR004(BI)-S03 33
  35. 35. COURSE INFORMATION FOR CURRENT SEMESTER/TERM Grammar: Textbook: pp. 112, 124-132; • So, Too, Neither, Not either, But 138-144 and supplementary • Gerunds materials • Gerunds and Infinitives: “Make, Have, Let, Have, and Get” 6 Reading: • Comprehension 3 SDL : Refer to assignment Graded writing exercise on gerunds and infinitives questions Grammar: • Adjective Clauses with Subject Relative Pronouns Textbook: pp. 190-199 Reading: and supplementary materials • Comprehension 4 7 Writing Assignment due SDL : Portfolio Item 5 Vocabulary Exercises Supplementary materials Grammar: Textbook: pp. 205-213 • Adjective Clauses with Object Relative Pronouns Writing: 8 • Activity (paragraph writing) Textbook: p. 217 SDL : Portfolio Item 6 Review exercises: Textbook: pp. 221-224 • Adjective Clauses Grammar: Textbook: pp. 226-234; • Modals and Similar Expressions 239-245 and supplementary • Advisability in the Past materials 9 Reading: • Comprehension 5 SDL : Portfolio Item 7 Reading: Making notes and Vocabulary Supplementary materials Grammar: Textbook: pp. 270-276 • The Passive: Overview Supplementary materials Reading: • Comprehension 6 10 Vocabulary exercise Reading Assignment due SDL : Reading Supplementary • Graded exercises/ assignment Materials Grammar: Textbook: pp. 285-291, 295 • The Passive with Modals and Similar Expressions Writing: • Exercise 11 Reading Assignment due SDL : Portfolio Item 8 • Paragraph Writing- passive with modals and similar Textbook: Activity 8 (p. 295) expressions.UM-PT01-PK03-BR004(BI)-S03 34
  36. 36. COURSE INFORMATION FOR CURRENT SEMESTER/TERM Grammar: Textbook: pp. 314-320, 326- • Present Real Conditionals 331 and supplementary 12 • Future Real Conditionals materials Reading: • Comprehension 7 SDL : Portfolio Item 9 Textbook: Activity 5 (p.321) • Error identification and correction exercise (present real and supplementary materials conditionals) • Vocabulary exercises Grammar: Textbook: pp. 336-344, 413- • Present and Future Unreal Conditionals 421, 347 • Embedded Questions 13 Writing: • Activity (paragraph writing) SDL : Portfolio Item 10 Textbook: Activity 11 (p. 347) • Paragraph Writing- present and future real conditional • Revision and Review Supplementary materials 14 Portfolio due SDL : Self-revision exercises for Final Examination Supplementary materialsUM-PT01-PK03-BR004(BI)-S03 35
  37. 37. COURSE PRO FORMAIMPORTANT:Contents of this Pro Forma should not be changed without Senate approval. Amendments of not morethan 30% of the contents can be approved at the Faculty/Academy/Centre level.Academy/Faculty/Centre Faculty of Languages and LinguisticsDepartment English LanguageProgramme Bachelor DegreeCourse Code GTEE 1102Course Title English for Academic PurposesCourse Pre-requisite(s)/ Minimum MUET Bands 3, 4, 5 and 6Requirement(s) A pass in the Fundamentals of English course (MUET Bands 1 and 2) Other equivalent English language qualifications set by the University.Self-learning Time (SLT) 120Credit Hour 3Learning Outcome At the end of the course, students are able to : 1. read and identify main ideas and supporting details and interpret linear and non-linear texts related to their disciplines. 2. organise information in a coherent and effective manner. 3. write texts relevant to their disciplines. 4. use appropriate skills and expressions to communicate verbally.Transferable Skills Use academic study skills in the current course of study and future lifelong learning.Synopsis of Course Contents The course aims to develop students’ proficiency in terms of vocabulary, reading, writing and speaking skills relevant to the disciplines of study. Emphasis is given to improving skills in the organisation of information in both written and spoken communication.Delivery Mode Lecture, tutorial, assignment & discussion(lecture, tutorial, workshop, etc)Assessment Method Continuous assessment : 50% Examination : 50%Method of assessing students’ Feedback in class, discussion with lecturers, display of test/courseworkperformance grades.Criteria of summative assessment Please refer to Kaedah-Kaedah dan Peraturan-Peraturan Universiti Malaya(Pengajian Ijazah Pertama) 2006.UM-PT01-PK03-BR003(BI)-S03 36
  38. 38. COURSE INFORMATION FOR CURRENT SEMESTER/TERMAcademic Year 2010/2011Semester/Term 1/2Course Code GTEE 1102Course Title English for Academic PurposesCredit Hour 3Medium of Instruction EnglishCourse Pre-requisite(s)/ MUET Bands 3, 4, 5 & 6Minimum Requirement(s) A pass in the Fundamentals of English course (MUET Bands 1 and 2) Other equivalent English language qualifications set by the University.Main Reference Cox, K. & D. Hill (2007) EAP Now (Preliminary). New South Wales: Pearson Philpot, S. & J.Soars (2007) Academic Skills. Oxford : Oxford University PressTeaching Materials / Textbook, reference books, articles, online materials and powerpoint.EquipmentLearning Strategies Refer to Student Learning Time formStudent Learning Time Face to face: 36 hours Guided Learning: 68 hours Independent learning time: 16 hours (Refer to Student Learning Time form)Soft skills Communication skills : CS1 and CS2 Critical thinking & Problem solving skills : CTPS1 dan CTPS2 Teamwork skills : TS1 dan TS2 Lifelong learning & information management skills : LL1Lecturer Refer to Lecture TimetableRoomTelephone / e-mailLecture Session Refer to Lecture Timetable- Day / TimeRoom :Tutorial / Practical Session -Day / TimeRoomImportant DatesUM-PT01-PK03-BR004(BI)-S03 37
  39. 39. COURSE INFORMATION FOR CURRENT SEMESTER/TERMTeaching Schedule Reference/Teaching Week Lecture Topic / Tutorial / Assignments Materials/Equipment 1 Introduction to Course and setting of Portfolio Tasks Prof Forma Vocabulary (V) : Word Forms (Parts of Speech) Textbook: Supplementary materials TOPIC : EDUCATION & LEARNING Textbook : Unit 1 Reading (R): Effective reading (1), (2) & (3) 2 Language for Writing (LW): Comparing & contrasting Writing (W) : Writing a comparing & contrasting essay Vocabulary (V): Using the dictionary (1) & (2) TOPIC : INNOVATIONS IN HEALTH & MEDICINE Textbook : Unit 2 R : Predicting content / Avoiding plagiarism 3 LW : Rephrasing W : Developing & writing a paragraph V : Recording vocabulary (1), (2) & (3) TOPIC : LEARNING TO RESEARCH Textbook Pg. 23  Finding information Textbook Pg. 56  Listing references (APA style) Textbook Pg. 56  Verbs for reporting another writer’s ideas Textbook Pg. 63 4  Crediting sources Coursework - Assessment Supplementary Materials Open book assessed exercise TOPIC : URBAN PLANNING Textbook : Unit 3 R : Paragraph purpose / Text cohesion W : Selecting information / Prioritising/ Brainstorming / Writing a 5 persuasive article V : Collocations Coursework - Portfolio Item 1 : Unit 3 : Pg. 25 Question 9 (Write an article for a magazine) TOPIC : WATER, FOOD & ENERGY Textbook : Unit 4 R : Finding information / Identifying language for rephrasing and giving examples LW : Introduction / Conclusion / Rephrasing & Giving examples 6 W : Introduction / Thesis Statement / Conclusion / Writing to Describe & Explain V : Compound nouns / Compound adjectives Coursework - Portfolio Item 2 : Unit 4 : Pgs. 32-33 Questions 4 & 6 (Writing introduction & conclusion) TOPIC : TRENDS (PROCESSING NON-LINEAR DATA) Textbook : Unit 9 R : Interpreting non-linear data LW : Language for describing non-linear data W : Using graph to present data / Writing a report using visual 7 information V : Prefixes Coursework - Assignment : Report on visual information Pg.73 Questions 6-7 ( Due Week 11)UM-PT01-PK03-BR004(BI)-S03 38
  40. 40. COURSE INFORMATION FOR CURRENT SEMESTER/TERM TOPIC : FREE TRADE & FAIR TRADE Textbook : Unit 5 R : Distinguishing facts, speculations and reported opinions / Identifying viewpoints. LW : Expressing certainty, uncertainty & caution 8 W : Supporting a viewpoint / Presenting arguments / Writing an opinion essay V : Using a dictionary Coursework - Portfolio Item 3 : Unit 5 : Pg. 41 Questions 9 & 10 (Writing an opinion essay) TOPIC : CONVERSING THE PAST Textbook : Unit 6 R : Dealing with longer texts (1) & (2) LW : Indicating reason or result / Adding information. 9 W : Checking & Editing Writing / Writing an Evaluation Essay V : Collocations Coursework Due – Submission of Report on visual information TOPIC : WONDERS OF THE MODERN WORLD Textbook : Unit 7 R : Contextual clues 10 LW : (1), (2) & (3) W : Verbs for reporting another writer’s ideas V : Suffixes TOPIC : OLYMPIC BUSINESS Textbook : Unit 8 R : Making notes LW : Expressing Contrast 11 W : Process Writing / Writing a Discursive Essay V : Synonyms and Antonyms Coursework Due : Portfolio Submission TOPIC : COMMUNICATION & TECHNOLOGY Textbook : Unit 10 R : Dealing with longer texts (3) & (4) LW : Language for presentations 12 W : Preparing notes / slides for presentations V : Formal & Informal Vocabulary Coursework – Preparing for presentation Individual Presentation 13 Coursework - Assessment (Presentation) 14 Review of Presentation Supplementary materials RevisionUM-PT01-PK03-BR004(BI)-S03 39
  41. 41. COURSE PRO FORMAIMPORTANT:Contents of this Pro Forma should not be changed without Senate approval. Amendments of not morethan 30% of the contents can be approved at the Faculty/Academy/Centre level.Academy/Faculty/Centre Faculty of Languages and LinguisticsDepartment English LanguageProgramme Bachelor DegreeCourse Code GTEE 1103Course Title Professional Writing in EnglishCourse Pre-requisite(s)/ Minimum MUET Bands 3, 4, 5 & 6Requirement(s) A pass in the Fundamentals of English course (MUET Bands 1 and 2) Other equivalent English language qualifications set by the University.Self-learning Time (SLT) 120Credit Hour 3Learning Outcome At the end of the course, students are able to : 1. apply the principles of writing for professional purposes including relevance, appropriateness and specificity. 2. write documents for the workplace using the appropriate format, language structures and expressions (e.g. memos, emails, letters, reports and proposals).Transferable Skills Write and publish professional documents for the workplace.Synopsis of Course Contents This course introduces the basic principles of professional writing in English relevant to the purpose and needs of audience. Students will be exposed to the various format, processes and text models that exemplify professional writing.Delivery Mode Lecture, tutorial, assignment and discussion(lecture, tutorial, workshop, etc)Assessment Method Continuous assessment: 50% (Individual work 20 %, Group assignment 15%, Presentation 15%) Final Examination : 50%Method of providing feedback on Feedback in class, discussion with lecturers, display of test/coursework grades.students’ performance Please refer to Kaedah-Kaedah dan Peraturan-Peraturan UniversitiCriteria of summative assessment Malaya(Pengajian Ijazah Pertama) 2006.UM-PT01-PK03-BR003(BI)-S03 40

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