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Bachelor of Technology (Hons) in Electronics

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The programme teaches you the theory and practice of electronic science and engineering, which are at the heart of electronic devices and systems that are now integral to modern living. Ordinary people ranging from surgeons to astronauts use electronic devices, items, tools or systems. You will acquire an in-depth understanding of electronics, and be able to identify and formulate solutions to electronic technology-related problems.

You will learn to design an electronic device system, its components and processes, to meet defined specifications, be able to work with electronic instruments, hardware and software; and know how to implement and maintain a safe, healthy work environment as well as conduct electronics technology research.

ODL

Available

Recognition

From industry players

Flexible

Learning System

Balance

Working & Education Experience

Fully Accredited

Programmes

“The expert in anything was once a beginner.”
Helen Hayes

Top Core Courses

Fundamentals that will build you up to stay relevant and excellent today, tomorrow and beyond.

Digital Electronics

The studies cover various types of numbering systems used in the digital system, microprocessors, the functionality of various types of logic circuits, how they are connected to perform the digital function as a system, design of medium-scaled integration combinational logic circuits design using logic gates.

Analog Electronics

This course provides a solid foundation in basic analog electronics and a thorough introduction to analog integrated circuits. It introduces the fundamental concept of p-n junction (Diodes), BJT and FET (transistors) which is the basic building block for all electronic devices.

Signals and Systems

The aim of this course is to equip engineering undergraduates with fundamental skills needed to solve engineering application problems. These skills include determining the convergence of a sequences or series, partial derivatives of a multivariable function, applying Laplace transform, Z-transform and Fourier transform.

Structured Programming

This course introduces students to structured programming using C language. It emphasizes programming logic, program design and subsequently, the writing of complete programs.

Field Theory

The purpose of this course is to provide students with knowledge of time-varying electromagnetic field, antenna theory and electromagnetic compatibility.

Learning Pathways

Students will be meticulously prepared to enter the world of university through the mastery of language, writing skills, and learning skills.

Students will discover fundamental knowledge in various fields of electronics such as Engineering Mathematics and Electrical Circuit and Power. 

Students will be exposed to wider aspects of electronics such as analog electronics, digital electronics and the use of electronics-related software (Multisim), as well as explore case studies related to the electronic industry.

Students will focus on advanced electronics courses which emphasise  practical knowledge in the electronic industry. In addition, students will be exposed to basic low-level programming by using the MPLAB IDE through the Microprocessor and Microcontroller courses.

Students will have the opportunity to learn Control Systems, and utilise their problem-solving knowledge and practical skills in the final year projects. 

Professionals trained in design, operation, maintenance and manufacturing of electronic equipment and systems are always in demand. You will be fit for job functions such as:

  • System Engineering
  • Hardware Designing
  • Manufacturing and Maintenance
  • Telecommunications System Operation
  • Electronic Research and Consultancy

BACHELOR OF TECHNOLOGY (HONS) IN ELECTRONICS [BTEL (3C)]

 

No.

Course Code

Course Title

Credit Hours

MPU COURSES

1.

MPU3183//03

MPU3143/03

Penghayatan Etika dan Peradaban OR

Bahasa Melayu Komunikasi 2 (for international students)

3

2.

MPU3193/03

Philosophy and Current Issues

3

3.

MPU3213/03

MPU3223/03

Bahasa Kebangsaan A (for students without SPM credit in BM) OR

Decision Making Skills (for students with SPM credit in BM and international students) 

3

4.

MPU3412/02

Co-curriculum

2

Subtotal Credit Hours

11

UNIVERSITY ELECTIVE COURSES (Take All)

1.

WUC107/03

Workplace Communication Skills

3

2.

WUC111/03

Foundation Mathematics

3

3.

WUC114/03

University Mathematics A

3

4.

WUC118/03

Computers in a Networked Society

3

5.

WUC131/03

Learning Skills for University Studies

3

6.

WUC203/03

Writing Skills for University Studies

3

Subtotal Credit Hours

18

BASIC MAJOR COURSES (Take All)

1.

TCC238/03

Structured Programming

3

2.

TEC210/03

Technopreneurship

3

3.

TEE101/03

Engineering Mathematics I  *a.

3

4.

TEE102/03

Engineering Mathematics II  *b

3

5.

TEE103/03

Circuit Theory I

3

6.

TEE104/03

Fundamentals of Electronics

3

7.

TEE105/03

Digital Electronics

3

8.

TEE106/03

Basic Electromagnetic Theory

3

9.

TEE201/03

Introduction to Electrical Machine and Power Systems *c

3

10.

TEE203/03

Digital Circuit Design *d

3

11.

TEE205/03

Analogue Electronics *e

3

12.

TEE206/03

Engineering Mathematics III *f

3

13.

TEE207/03

Electromagnetic Field and Waves *g

3

14.

TEE208/03

Circuit Theory II *h

3

15.

TEL204/03

Semiconductor Devices and Physics

3

16.

TEL207/03

Principles of Communication System *i

3

17.

TME201/03

Engineering Management & Ethics

 

Subtotal Credit Hours

51

CORE MAJOR COURSES

1.

TEE302/03

Signals and Systems *j

3

2.

TEE314/03

Microelectronics *k

3

3.

TEE315/03

VLSI Design *l

3

4.

TEL202/03

Power Electronics and Drives *m

3

5.

TEL203/03

Process Control and Instrumentation *n

3

6.

TEL205/03

Microprocessor and Microcontroller *o

3

7.

TEL306/03

Control Systems *p

3

8.

TEL309/10

EL Project *q

10

9

TUC209/06

Industrial Training *r

6

Subtotal Credit Hours

37

ELECTIVE COURSES (Choose Any Two)

1.

TEE217/03

Renewable Energy

3

2.

TEE218/03

Python Programming

3

3.

TEL301/03

Electronic Systems Packaging

3

4.

TEL303/03

Embedded System Design *s

3

5.

TME201/03

Engineering Management & Ethics

3

6.

TME206/03

Additive Manufacturing

3

7.

TME303/03

Automation & Robotics *t

3

8.

TME306/03

Mechatronics System Design with IoT Application

3

9.

BBM103/03

Principles and Practice of Management

3

10.

BBM205/03

Basic Accounting

3

11.

BBM209/03

Effective Leadership

3

12.

BLC301/03

Operations Management

3

Subtotal Credit Hours

6

Total Credit Hours*4

123

 

Prerequisites:

 

No.

Course Code & Title

Prerequisite

a.

TEE101/03 Engineering Mathematics I

WUC114/03 University Mathematics A

b.

TEE102/03 Engineering Mathematics II

WUC114/03 University Mathematics A

c.

TEE201/03 Introduction to Electrical Machine and Power Systems

TEE103/03 Circuit Theory

d.

TEE203/03 Digital Circuit Design

TEE105/03 Digital Electronics

e.

TEE205/03 Analogue Electronics

TEE104/03 Fundamentals of Electronics

f.

TEE206/03 Engineering Mathematics III

WUC114/03 University Mathematics A

g.

TEE207/03 Electromagnetic Field and Waves

TEE106/05 Basic Electromagnetic Theory

h.

TEE208/03 Circuit Theory II

TEE103/03 Circuit Theory I

i.

TEL207/03 Principles of Communication System

TEE102/03 Engineering Mathematics II

j.

TEE302/03 Signals and Systems

TEE205/03 Analogue Electronics

k.

TEE314/03 Microelectronics

TEL204/03 Semiconductor Device Physics

l.

TEE315/03 VLSI Design

TEE314/05 Microelectronics

m.

TEL202/03 Power Electronics and Drives

TEE205/03 Analogue Electronics.

n.

TEL203/03 Process Control and Instrumentation

TEE104/03 Fundamentals of Electronics

o.

TEL205/03 Microprocessor and Microcontroller

TEE105/03 Digital Electronics

p.

TEL306/03 Control Systems

TEL203/03 Process Control and Instrumentation.

q.

TEL309/10 EL Project

Must have completed at least 90 credits

r.

TEL303/03 Embedded System Design

TEL205/03 Microprocessor and Microcontroller.

s.

TUC209/06 Industrial Training

Must have completed at least 70 credits

t.

TME303/03 Automation & Robotics

TEE101/03 Engineering Mathematics I

1.  Student who do not have a credit in Bahasa Melayu at the SPM level must register for MPU3213/03 Bahasa Kebangsaan A.

2.  Those who already have a credit in Bahasa Melayu at the SPM level are required to register for MPU3223/03 Decision Making Skills.

 

GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS        

 

No.

Courses

Credits

1.

MPU

11

2.

University

18

3.

Basic major

51

4.

Core major

37

5.

Electives

6

Total

123

Graduation requirements: minimum 123 credits

 

Candidates with the following criteria will be eligible to be considered for admission into the undergraduate programme:

1. Regular Entry

Candidates must possess a minimum of:

  • Grade C (SGP 2.0) in at least two (2) subjects/ two (2) Principals in STPM / HSC / A-Level; or
  • Five (5) grade Bs in UEC Senior Middle III, or
  • Other equivalent qualifications recognised by the Malaysian Government

 

2. Accreditation of Prior Experiential Learning (APEL)

Accreditation of Prior Experiential Learning (APEL) provides an opportunity for individuals with working experience but lack of formal academic qualifications to pursue their tertiary studies. APEL involves the identification, documentation and assessment of prior experiential learning to determine the extent to which an individual has achieved the desired learning outcomes, for access to a programme of study.

 

Applicants should comply with the following admission criteria stipulated by the Ministry of Higher Education (MOHE) and Malaysian Qualifications Agency (MQA):

 

  • The candidate should be at least 21 years of age in the year of application and possess relevant work experience.

Fee Schedule

(Effective May 2022 Semester)

Wawasan Open University uses a unique model of delivering education to both Open Distance Learning (ODL) and On-Campus Learning (OCL) students with tuition fees for the following level of programmes that can be worked out as follows: 

 Level

Total Number of Courses

  Total Number of Credits

 Tuition Fees  (RM)

Undergraduate

Diploma

29

  90

12,250 – 13,950

Bachelor’s Degree

26 – 39

  120 – 126

27,880 – 43,520

Post-Graduate

Postgraduate Diploma

7

  33

9,888

Master’s Programme

8 – 13

  41 – 46

25,800 – 29,700

Doctor of Business Administration (DBA)

10

  80

47,350

 

Notes:

  • A one-off payment Processing and Administration fee is chargeable for new students and varies according to programme.
  • Open Distance Learning Study Resource and Services fee is chargeable every semester and varies according to programme.
  • On Campus Learning Study Resource and Services fee is chargeable every semester and varies according to programme.
  • All totals are merely indicative and fees are subject to change without notice.

All of the University’s courses are classified into three categories, i.e., lower level, middle level or higher level. Lower-level courses are basic, introductory or foundation courses designed for freshmen. Middle-level courses may require some knowledge of previous study or a certain amount of intellectual maturity. Higher level courses are specialised courses usually designed for those majoring in a particular discipline. The level of a course is indicated by the first digit of the course code, i.e., lower level courses are indicated by the code 1XX/XX, middle level courses by 2XX/XX and higher level courses by 3XX/XX or 4XX/XX. The 2 digits after the slash indicate the credit value of the course. i.e., WLA101/03 is a lower level course of 3 credits while BBM203/05 is a middle level course of 5 credits and TEC305/10 is a higher level course of 10 credits.

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