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    University of Technology Malaysia

     

     

    University of Technology Malaysia_Engineering

     

     

    Faculty of Biosciences and Bioengineering (FBB)

    In 2006, the university has granted the establishment of the Faculty of Biosciences and Bioengineering with the endorsement of the Ministry of Higher Education. The Faculty of Biosciences and Bioengineering overall  mission is to discover new scientific knowledge and to apply the insights gained from basic science studies to further advance biotechnology strategies.
    Students are taught generic skills, management and ethics. In addition, emerging areas such as proteomics,  genomic, biotransformation,  bioinformatics, biomolecular science, gene therapy and nanobiotechnology are also taught to keep UTM’s graduate abreast with the ever expanding fields in biosciences. This will prepare the students for the broadest opportunity throughout every segment of the industry.

    Departments:
    • Biological Sciences
    • Industrial Biotechnology
    • Postgradute Studies
     
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    Faculty of Biomedical Engineering and Health Science (FKBSK)

    We believe strongly in the value of interdisciplinary pursuits in this emerging field where engineering techniques and technologies from various disciplines are used to address needs within the medical and healthcare industries. Our vision is to ensure that UTM and the country as a whole would be fully equipped with the manpower and technologies in this emerging and demanding field of engineering.

    FKBSK is committed to excellence in both undergraduate and graduate education. Opportunities for education and research exist in areas of biomechanics, biomaterials, tissue engineering, medical devices, bio-signal processing, MEM implantable systems, physiological modeling and simulation, monitoring and control, as well as medical robotics.

    Departments:

    • Department of Biomedical Instrumentation & Signal Processing
    • Department of Biomechanics and Biomedical Materials
    • Department of Clinical Science and Engineering
    • Department of Therapy and Rehabilitation
    • Department of Postgraduate Programme
    • Department of Information Technology
    • Department of External Programme
    Programmes

     

    Faculty of Civil Engineering (FKA)

    UTM FKA has a long history of producing distinguished graduates who have contributed substantially to the development of infrastructure in Malaysia. According to the QS World ranking 2011, UTM FKA were ranked top 200 in the world and top in Malaysia based on Civil Engineering discipline.  We stand tall and are very proud to be the largest contributor of quality civil engineering graduates to the nation. UTM FKA has a clear vision, mission and strategic plan to move forward. With 162 academic staff graduated from all over the world, supported by 100 technicians and administration staff, we serve more than 1200 full time and part-time undergraduates as well as more than 860 postgraduate students.

    A total of four engineering department established in FKA, namely

    •  Department of Structure and Materials
    •  Department of Geotechnics and Transportation
    •  Department of Hydraulics and Hydrology
    •  Department of Environmental Engineering
    •  Information Technology Unit of Civil Engineering 
    Programmes

     

    Faculty of Electrical Engineering (FKE)

    The Faculty was first established in 1974, and commenced operations on June 1st, 1995. The Faculty now operates from the main campus of the Universitiy in Skudai, Johor. The Faculty has attained, since April 2004, the ISO 9001:2000 standards certification from Llyod's RQA in the scope of "Provision Of Full Time Tertiary Education and Learning Courses for the Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) program." The Faculty of Electrical Engineering in UTM is committed to be a world class center of excellence and a leader in teaching and learning within the field of electrical engineering.

    Departments:

    • Control & Instrumentation Engineering Department (CIED)
    • Electronics Engineering Department (INSEED)
    • Microelectronics & Computer Engineering Department (MICE)
    • Department of Mechatronics and Robotics (MER)
    • Department of Telematics & Optical Communication Engineering (TOP)
    • Radio Communication Engineering Department(RaCED)
    • Department of Electrical Power Engineering (POWER)
    • Department of Energy Conversion (ENCON)
    • Information Technology Unit (IT UNIT)
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    Faculty of Chemical Engineering (FChE)

    The new Faculty of Chemical Engineering (FChE) was established on the 1st June 2010. The faculty consists of the Departments of Chemical, Polymer and Bioprocess Engineering. Previously all these departments together with the Department of Petroleum Engineering were under the umbrella of Faculty of Chemical and Natural Resources Engineering (FKKKSA).

    Departments:

    • Chemical Engineering
    • Polymer Engineering
    • Bioprocess Engineering

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    Faculty of Mechanical Engineering (FKM)

    The Faculty of Mechanical Engineering (FME) was founded in 1975 and  has been recognised for the quality of its academic and research programmes. FME offers 8 undegraduate programmes in Mechanical Engineering, Mechanical-Automotive Engineering, Mechanical-Aeronautical Engineering, Mechanical-Manufacturing Engineering, Mechanical-Industrial Engineering, Mechanical-Materials Engineering, Mechanical-Marine Technology, and Industrial Design. In addition to the undergraduate degrees, the faculty also offers graduate programmes leading to the degree of Master of Engineering (MEng) and Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in  various fields of mechanical  engineering. The faculty's state-of-the-art facilities and instrumentation provide the support tools for comprehensive educational and research activities. These are supplemented by specialised university research facilities. FME has received numerous national awards for both research and teaching achievement. Our graduates have been very successful and have risen to distinguished positions in the industry, government and academia. The faculty participates yearly in the numerous research awards.

     Currently the Faculty has 10 departments:

    1. Department of System Dynamics & Control
    2. Department of Thermo-Fluids
    3. Department of Manufacturing & Industrial Engineering
    4. Department of Materials Engineering
    5. Department of Aeronautics Engineering
    6. Department of Automotive Engineering
    7. Department of Marine Technology
    8. Department of Solid Mechanics & Design
    9. Department of External Programmes(SPACE)
    10. Department of Post Graduate Studies

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    Faculty of Petroleum and Renewable Energy Engineering (FPREE)

    UTM, particularly the Faculty of Petroleum and Renewable Energy Engineering (FPREE), has a distinctive mission and history that set us apart from our peers in Malaysia and this region. When FPREE was established on 1st June 2010, technological and scientific development related to oil, gas, and energy has been given top priority in our curriculum. Our pioneers envisioned a new kind of academic institution specializing in petroleum and renewable energy engineering with strong collaboration from industry and global society.

    Faculty of Petroleum and Renewable Energy Engineering (FPREE) consists of two departments:

    1. Department of Gas Engineering
    2. Department of Petroleum Engineering
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