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Handbook 2012/2013 http://www.cheme.utm.my/postgraduate


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FACULTY OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING UNIVERSITI TEKNOLOGI MALAYSIA POSTGRADUATE HANDBOOK First Edition 2013

Published by Faculty of Chemical Engineering, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia. All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced or distributed in any form or by any means, or stored in a database or retrieval system, witout the prior written consent of Faculty of Chemical Engineering, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia. All images Š Faculty of Chemical Engineering, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia


Postgraduate

Handbook 2012/2013

Contents ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

Universiti Teknologi Malaysia Life in Campus

1 3

Faculty of Chemical Engineering Faculty : In Brief Faculty Management Team

6 7 9

Postgraduate Programme Programme Modes

12 13


Master of Engineering - Chemical (Mixed Mode) Master of Engineering - Bioprocess (Mixed Mode) Master of Science - Polymer Technology (Mixed Mode) Master of Science - Process Plant Management (Taught Course) Master of Science - Safety, Health, and Environment (Taught Course) Master of Science - Herbal Technology (Taught Course) Doctorate Engineering - Process Plant Management (Mixed Mode) Doctor of Philosophy - Bioprocess Engineering Design (Mixed Mode) Master of Engineering - Chemical (Research) Master of Engineering - Enviromental (Research) Master of Engineering - Bioprocess (Research) Master of Engineering - Polymer (Research)

15 24 30 37 46 53 60 67

Doctor of Philosophy - Chemical Engineering (Research) Doctor of Philosophy - Environmental (Research) Doctor of Philosophy - Bioprocess Engineering (Research) Doctor of Philosophy - Polymer Engineering (Research)

75 82 87 92 100 108 113 118

APPENDIX A

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ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

The faculty wishes to thank the following staff who have contributed towards making this Handbook a reality: Editor-in-Chief : Assoc. Prof. Dr. Fadzilah Adibah Abdul Majid Editors

: Assoc. Prof. Dr. Ramli Mat : Dr. Muhd Nazrul Hisham Zainal Alam : Dr. Dayang Norulfairuz Abang Zaidel : Dr. Mohd Asmadi Mohammed Yusuf : Dr. Lai Jau Choy : Dr. Mazura Jusoh : Dr. Mohd Kamarudin Abdul Hamid : Pn. Hjh. Halijah Hj. Sawal : Pn. Saidatul Akmal Abdul Hamid : Cik Zuhaili Idham

Program Coordinators

: Assoc. Prof. Dr. Mohamad Wijayanudin Ali : Assoc. Prof. Dr. Mohd Ghazali Mohd Nawawi : Assoc. Prof. Dr. Shahrir Hashim : Assoc. Prof. Dr. Roslina Rashid : Assoc. Prof. Dr. Mat Uzir Wahit : Assoc. Prof. Dr. Ida Idayu Muhamad : Assoc. Prof. Dr. Azila Abdul Aziz : Assoc. Prof. Dr. Abd Razak Rahmat : Dr. Dayang Norulfairuz Abang Zaidel : Dr. Umi Aisah Ali : Dr. Hashim Hassan : Dr. Mohd Johari Kamaruddin

And to those who have helped in one way or another in the preparation of this book.


universiti teknologi malaysia Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (UTM) is a premier university in engineering, science and technology. It is located in Johor Bahru, the southern city in Iskandar Malaysia which is a vibrant economic corridor in the south of Peninsular Malaysia. It is renowned for being at the forefront of engineering and technological knowledge and expertise, contributing to the technical and professional workforce of the nation since its inception in 1904. UTM has also established a reputation for cutting-edge research undertakings and innovative education, proven by becoming the two-time winner of the National Intellectual Property Award for organization category. Its mission is to lead in the development of creative and innovative human capital and advanced technologies that will contribute to the nation’s wealth creation. This is in line with the aspirations of the country to be a fully-developed and knowledge-rich nation by the year 2020.


life in campus

UTM has more than 10 research alliances and 28 centres of excellence in addition to academic faculties to service technological educationand research needs of the nation. There are more than 13,000 full-time undergraduate students in UTM and more than 5,000 enrolled on distance learning programmes as part-time students. In addition, there are more than 10,000 postgraduate students in various fields of specialisation. Having produced more than 200,000 technical graduates and qualified professionals over the years, UTM has earned its place as Malaysia’s premier university in Engineering and Technology which inspires creativity and innovation.

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life in campus UTM provides students with a conducive environment for learning and acts as a one stop agency for services related to health, accommodation, financial aid, students’ general welfare and more. At present, there are 17 residential colleges on the main campus, which can accommodate more than 15,000 students. There are many types of room available in each college; single, 2-person, 3-personand 4-person. Some colleges provide single accommodation for graduate students with each room having a network port and its own attached bathroom. Married students residential are also available on campus. The University also provides transport services for students to commute from their on-campus residential colleges to classes. The buses provide services from 7.15 am to 11.30 pm daily. In addition, there are also public buses such as the Transit Link and Maju bus companies, which ply between Taman Universiti via the ring road of the campus to Johor Bahru City Centre. Other facilities include library, cafeteria, sport centre and newly built stadium.


Faculty of chemical engineering


faculty: in brief

The faculty gains its distinguished name on 1st June 2010 after the Faculty of Chemical and Natural Resources Engineering (FKKKSA) which was split into two faculties:Faculty of Chemical Engineering (FChE) and Faculty of Petroleum and Renewable Energy Engineering (FPREE). Undergraduate programs are offered since its inception under FKKKSA in 1983 and postgraduate programs are offered since 1998.

Under the new management, a vibrant research environment was promoted so as to achieve UTM aspiration towards Vision 2020. FChE is geared up towards postgraduate focus faculty and will become a referral centre for research related to chemical engineering. The FChE is to become an important structural component in the formation of UTM entrepreneur research university by 2020.


FChE is led by a Dean and assisted by two Deputy Deans, four Head of Departments, an IT Manager, a Deputy Registrar and an Assistant Registrar. The faculty is divided into three different Departments: • Bioprocess Engineering • Chemical Engineering • Polymer Engineering The Head of Post Graduate Studies, assisted by Programme Coordinators manages the post graduate matters to ensure smooth running of all the programmes.

VISION

To be a world-class centre of academic and technological excellence in chemical engineering

MISSION

To lead the development of human capital and innovative technologies in chemical engineering

OBJECTIVES • • •

To produce graduates who are trained in Chemical, Polymer and Bioprocess Engineering. Besides being skilled in their fields of study, the graduates are trained to be responsible professionals that are able to face challenges. To develop and contribute to the industry, locally and abroad. To be the centre of research and consultancy in the fields related to chemical engineering.

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FCHE management team Dean

Dr. Zainuddin Abdul Manan Professor

Deputy Dean

Deputy Dean

(Academic) Dr. Ramli Mat Associate Professor

(Research & Graduate Studies) Dr. Fadzilah Adibah Abdul Majid Associate Professor

Head of Department

Head of Department

(Bioprocess Engineering) Dr. Ida Idayu Muhammad Associate Professor

(Chemical Engineering) Dr. Mohd Ghazali Mohd Nawawi Associate Professor


Head of Department (Polymer Engineering) Dr. Shahrir Hashim Associate Professor

Head of Graduate Studies Dr. Mohamad Wijayanuddin Ali Associate Professor

Manager of Information System

Manager of Laboratory

Dr. Saharudin Haron

Associate Professor Adnan Ripin

Deputy Registrar

Assistant Registrar

(Human Resource) Hajjah Halijah Sawal

(Academic) Saidatul Akmal Abdul Hamid

PG Support Staff

PG Support Staff

Noranita Sajimin noranita@cheme.utm.my +6075535908

Ardiyana Mohamad Suhaimi dian@cheme.utm.my +6075535882

PG Support Staff

Norisma Ismail norisma@cheme.utm.my +6075535908

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POST GRADUATE PROGRAMME


TAUGHT COURSE

PROGRAMME MODES The faculty offers three modes of post graduate programmes.

Taught Course The candidate must complete a minimum of 40 credits and must obtain a final academic grade of at least 3.0 CGPA (Cumulative Grade Point Average). The minimum 40 credits taught course consists of several subjects including faculty compulsory, faculty electives, a university elective and a Master’s project. Each course normally carries 2 or 3 credits, and assessment is by examinations and assignments. The Master’s project must be completed in one or two semesters, is assessed through a research proposal seminar, a final project report and an oral examination. Programmes offered are: • Master of Science (Process Plant Management) • Master of Science (Safety, Health and Environment) • Master of Science (Herbal Technology) • Master of Science (Energy Management)


MIXED MODE

Taught Course and Research (Mixed mode) The candidate must obtain a final academic grade of at least 3.0 CGPA from the course taken. The course consists of several subjects including faculty compulsory, faculty electives and a university elective. Each course normally carries 2 or 3 credits, and assessment is by examinations and assignments. The Master’s dissertation or Doctor of Philosophy/ Doctorate of Engineering thesis is supervised by a selected Graduate Faculty and the assessment is through a research proposal examination, a final dissertation/PhD/DEng thesis and an oral examination. Programmes offered are: • Master of Engineering (Chemical) • Master of Engineering (Bioprocess) • Master of Science (Polymer Technology) • Doctorate of Engineering (Process Plant Management) • Doctor of Philosophy (Bioprocess Engineering Design)

BY RESEARCH

By Research Each Master or PhD is supervised by a selected Graduate Faculty. The directed research work introduces candidates to the processes by which new knowledge is developed and applied accordingly. The academic progress of a candidate is assessed through a research progress report submitted at the end of each semester. The degree is awarded based on an oral examination (viva voce) of the thesis submitted by the candidate upon completion of study. Programmes offered are: • Master of Engineering (Chemical) • Master of Engineering (Bioprocess) • Master of Engineering (Polymer) • Master of Engineering (Environmental) • Doctor of Philosophy (Chemical Engineering) • Doctor of Philosophy (Bioprocess Engineering) • Doctor of Philosophy (Polymer Engineering) • Doctor of Philosophy (Environment Engineering)


Master of Engineering Chemical Mixed Mode

Master by taught course and research in Chemical Engineering provides opportunity for candidates to enhance their technical knowledge in advanced chemical engineering fields including process thermodynamics, transport phenomena, computational methods, safety, separation technology and adequate exposure on emerging technologies such as in sustainability, biotechnology, membrane separation, polymer, food and phyto-chemical technology. Course assessment is based on group or individual assignments, reports, presentations, tests, exams and projects. The course also provides students with some research exposure via a one and a half semester long research project. This programme is suitable for any bachelor graduate from science, technology and engineering courses. Graduates from other discipline but with relevant experiences are also encouraged to apply. Depending on the candidate’s background, pre-requisite subjects may be imposed to assist the candidate to comprehend more in-depth advanced subjects offered. Programme Educational Objectives The objectiives of this programme are to enable graduate to: 1. Practice in-depth knowledge and skills of chemical engineering and re lated fields. 2. Demonstrate effective communication skills to a wide variety of audiences and practice professional, ethical, environmental and societal responsibili- ties, and tolerate/value different global and cultural perspectives. 3. Show adaptability in different roles, responsibilities, surroundings and com munities, enabling them to contribute and lead in their organizations and society. 4. Demonstrate business acumen and higher-order thinking skills necessary to solve research problems through innovation and creativity which also drive them to be lifelong learners.


Programme Format (Full-Time & Part-Time) The full time mode will only commence with minimum enrollment of 5 students. Minimum length of study is 3 semesters and maximum is 6 semesters. Lectures for part time mode are conducted during working hours. However, student can take a minimum of 1 subject per semester. The candidate must complete a total of 42 credits as follows: University elective

3 credits

Core courses: Advanced Thermodynamic Transport Phenomena Numerical Computation in Chemical Engineering Safety and Health in Chemical Industries

3 credits 3 credits 3 credits 3 credits

Elective courses (Choose 2): Advanced Reaction Engineering Multiphase Reactor Analysis Polymer Material for Chemical Engineers Energy Analysis and Management Process Integration Supercritical Fluid Extraction Artificial Neural Network Engineering Biotechnology Industrial Bioprocessing

3 credits 3 credits 3 credits 3 credits 3 credits 3 credits 3 credits 3 credits 3 credits

*All elective subjects depend on availability. New elective subject may be offered from time to time. Other courses Dissertation I* Dissertation II Research methodology Total

6 credits equivalent 15 credits equivalent Compulsory attendance 42 credits

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Entry Qualification Candidate must hold a Bachelor Degree in Chemical Engineering with CGPA of at least 3.0/4.0 (or equivalent) from a recognised Higher Learning Institution. For those having CGPA less than the minimum requirement, please refer to Appendix A included in this book. Candidate holding a Bachelor Degree in other engineering or science disciplines may also apply but are required to take a one-semester conversion courses as listed below: • Principles of Chemical Processes • Chemical Reactions Engineering • Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics • Numerical methods • Transport Processes and Unit Operations Award For the award of Master of Engineering (Chemical), the students should achieve a total minimum of 42 credit hours with minimum CGPA of 3.0, including completion of Master Project. Programme Coordinator: Ummi Aisah Asli Room N01-215, Tel: +607-5535529 Email: umiaisah@cheme.utm.my

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MASTER OF ENGINEERING (CHEMICAL) PROGRAM SPECIFICATIONS 1. Programme Name

Master of Engineering (Chemical)

2. Final Award

Master of Engineering (Chemical)

3. Awarding Institution

UTM

4. Teaching Institution

UTM

5. Professional or Statutory Body of Accreditation 6. Language(s) of Instruction

English

7. Mode of Study (Conventional, distance learning, etc)

Conventional

8. Mode of operation (Franchise, self-govern, etc)

Self-govern

9. Study Scheme (Full Time/Part Time)

Full Time and Part time

10. Study Duration

Full-time: Minimum: 1.5 year : Maximum: 3 years Part-time: Minimum: 2.5 years : Maximum: 5 years

Type of Semester Normal

No. of Semesters

No. of weeks per semester

Full Time

Part Time

Full Time

Part Time

3

6

14

14

11. Entry Requirements Candidate must hold a Bachelor Degree in Chemical Engineering from Recognised Higher Learning Institution or Bachelor Degree in other engineering or science disciplines with CGPA ≥ 3.0 or equivalent. For CGPA < 3.0, work experience is needed. For non chemical engineers, a one-semester conversion courses are required as listed below: • Principles of Chemical Processes • Chemical Reactions Engineering • Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics • Numerical methods • Transport Processes and Unit Operations

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12. Programme Educational Objectives The objectives of this programme are to enable graduate to: PEO1

Practice in-depth knowledge and skills of chemical engineering and related fields. (PO1, PO2, PO5)

PEO2

Demonstrate effective communication skills to a wide variety of audiences and practice professional, ethical, environmental and societal responsibilities, and tolerate/value different global and cultural perspectives. (PO3, PO4, PO5)

PEO3

Show adaptability in different roles, responsibilities, surroundings and communities, enabling them to contribute and lead in their organizations and society. (PO3, PO6)

PEO4

Demonstrate business acumen and higher-order thinking skills necessary to solve research problems through innovation and creativity which also drive them to be lifelong learners. (PO1, PO5, PO6)

13. Program Learning Outcomes Intended Learning Outcomes

Teaching and Learning Methods

Assessment

a) Technical knowledge and research skills PO1: Integrate chemical engineering knowledge Integrate (C5) in-depth engineering and scientific knowledge in professional practices (P2) for the benefits of chemical engineering discipline.

Lecture center learning (LCL), Student center learning (SCL), StudentSelfLearning(PTM), group discussion.

Examinations, assignments, group and individual presentations and projects.

PO2: Formulate problem-solving and thinking skills and reorganize scientific research Formulate (C5) hypothesis, design (C5) and reorganize (P6) experiments/research scientifically to solve (C3) and evaluate (C6) observed phenomena.

Research experiment, Individual supervision by an academic staff, workshop on research methodology, seminars

Discussion, lab report, dissertation, Individual research project, thesis writing, journal and conference papers writing

b) Generic Skills PO3: Able to communicate effectively Analyses (C4, CTPS3) situations, justify (A3) and react (P3) effectively through oral and written to scientific, industry and public communities (CS4).

Individual and group Assignments, group and discussionandassignments, individual presentations presentation projects.

PO4: Demonstrate ethics and versatility Demonstrate (C3, P4) professional ethics in research and explain (A4) ethics related with chemical engineering from social and material aspects (EM3).

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Individual and group Assignments, group and discussion and individual presentations assignments, presentation and projects.


Intended Learning Outcomes

Teaching and Learning Methods

Assessment

PO5: Demonstrate life-long learning and information management skills Select (C4, CTPS5) and use (C3, LL2) contemporary knowledge independently and manage (P4, A2) info effectively.

Individualandgroupdiscus- Assignments, group and sion and assignments, individualpresentationsand presentation projects.

PO6: Demonstrate managerial skill and entrepreneurship Demonstrate (C3, P4, TS3, LS2) Individual and group Assignments, group and managerialskillsandidentify(C1,A2, discussionandassignments, individualpresentationsand KK1) business opportunities in presentation projects. chemical engineering. 14. Classification of Subjects No.

Classification

i.

University a. General b. Language c. Co-curriculum

Credit Hours

Percentage

3 0 0

7

ii.

Faculty Core

0

0

iii.

Programme Core

12

29

iv.

Programme Electives

6

14

v.

Masters Research

21

50

42

100

Total

15. Total minimum credit hours to graduate

42 credit hours

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16. Programme structures and features, curriculum and award requirements The course is offered in full-time and part-time with a specific subjects being delivered and assessed in each semester. For the assessment of the subject, it is mostly based on 50% final examination and at least 50% of coursework. The subjects are categorized as university elective, program core and program electives such as the followings: Subject Category

Code

Subject

University Elective (2 UHX XXX3 (to choose from the list given by School of subject) Graduate Studies) Program Core (6 subjects)

Program Electives (Choose 2 subjects only)

Credit 3

UKP0010

Research Methodology

MKK 1413

Advanced Thermodynamic

3

MKK 1513

Transport Phenomena

3

MKK 1643

Numerical Computation in Chemical Engineering

3

MKK 1653

Safety and Health in Chemical Industries

3

MKK 1180

Dissertation 1

6

MKK 1280

Dissertation 2

15

MKK1493

Multiphase Reactor Analysis

3

MKK 1573

Polymeric Material for Chemical Engeers

3

MKK 1613

Energy Analysis and Management

3

MKK 1683

Process Integration

TOTAL CREDIT

HW

3 42

Award requirements: For the award of Master of Engineering (Chemical), the students should achieve a total minimum of 42 credit hours with minimum CPA of 3.0, including the completion of Master Project.

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17. Mapping of Individual Courses on Programme Learning Outcomes

Select and use contemporary knowledge independently and manage info effectively.

PO6: Demonstrate managerial skills and identify business opportunities in chemical engineering

Credit

Demonstrate professional ethics in research and explain ethics related with chemical engineering from social and material aspects.

Name of Courses

Analyses situations, justify and react effectively through oral and written to scientific, industry and public communities.

Course Code

Formulate hypothesis, design and reorganize experiments/research scientifically to solve and evaluate observed phenomena.

No

Integrate in-depth engineering and scientific knowledge in professional practices for the benefits of chemical engineering discipline.

Programme Learning Outcome (PO)

PO1

PO2

PO3

PO4

PO5

PO6

University Courses 1

UCM 1263: IT Project Management

3

2

ULP 0010: Research Methodology

*HW

 

Core Course 1

MKK 1413

Advanced Thermodyamics

3

2

MKK 1513

Transport Phenomena

3

3

MKK 1643

Numerical Computation in Chemical Engineering

3

4

MKK 1653

Safety and Health in Process Industries

3

5

MKK 1180

Dissertation 1

6

6

MKK 1280

Dissertation 2

15

Elective Course (Choose two only) 1

MKK 1493

Multiphase Reactor Analysis

3

2

MKK 1573

Polymeric Material for Chemical Engineers

3

3

MKK 1613

Energy Analysis and Management

3

4

MKK 1683

Process Integration

Total

11

10

5

3

4

3

*HW (Hadir Wajib) : Attendance Compulsory

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18. Career Prospect Graduates of the programme can work as process engineer, executive engineer, managers and R&D officer in various public and private institutions/industries, and as academicians at tertiary institutions. 19. Support for students and their learning a) Extensive library and other learning resources and facilities b) Lab facilities for research c) Each student is allocated with a supervisor for their master research 20. Regulation of assessment Summary of grade, marks and their interception are as follows: Grade

Marks

Points

A+

90-100

4.00

A

80-89

4.00

A-

75-79

3.67

B+

70-74

3.33

B

65-69

3.00

B-

60-64

2.67

C+

55-59

2.33

C

50-54

2.00

C-

45-49

1.67

D+

40-44

1.33

D

35-39

1.00

D-

30-34

0.67

E

<35

0.0

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Interception Excellent Pass

Good Pass Pass

Fail


Master of Engineering Bioprocess

Mixed Mode Postgraduate study in Bioprocess engineering concentrates on applying chemical engineering principles to natural biological processes to develop innovative technologies for a sustainable future. The overall aim of this programme is to combine modern molecular biology, advanced modelling and fundamental chemical engineering principles with the design of novel bioprocesses for applications in fields of biotechnology, such as bio-transformations, biopharmaceuticals, waste water treatment, mammalian cell cultures, stem cell bioprocessing and tissue engineering. Programme Educational Objectives The objectives of this programme are to enable graduate to: 1. Practice in-depth knowledge and skills of bioprocess engineering and in related fields. 2. Demonstrate effective communication skills to a wide variety of practice professional, ethical, environmental and societal responsibilities, and toler ate/value different global and cultural perspectives. 3. Show adaptability in different roles, responsibilities, surroundings and communities, enabling them to contribute and lead in their organizations and society. 4. Demonstrate business acumen and higher-order thinking skills necessary to solve problems through innovation and creativity which also drive them to be lifelong learners.


Programme Format (Full-Time & Part-Time) This programme is offered on full-time and part-time basis and based on a 2-Semester Academic Year. The short semester is optional but can also be used to offer courses for students to prepare for the final completion of their programme. Courses are assessed completely for each semester. The candidate must complete a total of 40 credits as follows: University elective 3 credits Core courses Biotechnology for Engineering Industrial Bioprocessing Facilities and Infrastructure in Bioprocess Engineering Bio-product Developmentt

3 credits 3 credits 3 credits 3 credits

Other courses Bioprocess Research Project 1 Bioprocess Research Project 2

8 credits 20 credits

Total

40 credits

Entry Qualification Candidate must hold a Bachelor Degree in any field of science, technology and engineering with CGPA at least 3.0/4.0 (or equivalent) from recognized Higher Learning Institution. For those having CGPA less than the minimum requirement, please refer to the Appendix A. Award For the award of Master of Engineering (Bioprocess), the students should achieve a total minimum of 40 credit hours with minimum CGPA of 3.0, including completion of Master Project. Programme Coordinator: Dayang Norfairuz Abang Zaidel OfficE : N01-237 Phone : 07-5536157 E-mail : dayang@cheme.utm.my

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MASTER OF ENGINEERING (BIOPROCESS) PROGRAM SPECIFICATIONS 1. Programme Name

Master of Engineering (Bioprocess)

2. Final Award

Master of Engineering (Bioprocess)

3. Awarding Institution

UTM

4. Teaching Institution

FKK, UTM

5. Professional or Statutory Body of Accreditation

Not relevant

6. Language(s) of Instruction

English

7. Mode of Study (Conventional, distance learning, etc)

Conventional

8. Mode of operation (Franchise, self-govern, etc)

Self-govern

9. Study Scheme (Full Time/Part Time)

Full Time and Part Time

10. Study Duration

Full-time: Minimum: 1.5 year : Maximum 3 years Part-time: Minimum: 3 year : Maximum 5 years

Type of Semester Normal

No. of Semesters

No. of weeks per semester

Full Time

Part Time

Full Time

Part Time

3

6

14

28

11. Entry Requirements Bachelor Degree with Honors from science, technology and engineering courses with CGPA â&#x2030;Ľ 3.0 or equivalent. In the cases where this requirement is not fulfilled, candidates should possess minimum 2 years working experience in bioprocess or biotechnology industries. 12. Programme Educational Objectives Graduates are able to: PEO1

Practice in-depth knowledge and skills of bioprocess engineering and in related fields. (PO1, PO2, PO5)

PEO2

Demonstrate effective communication skills to a wide variety of audiences and practice professional, ethical, environmental and societal responsibilities, and tolerate/value different global and cultural perspectives. (PO3, PO4, PO5)

PEO3

Show adaptability in different roles, responsibilities, surroundings and communities, enabling them to contribute and lead in their organizations and society. (PO3, PO6)

PEO4

Demonstrate business acumen and higher-order thinking skills necessary to solve problems through innovation and creativity which also drive them to be lifelong learners. (PO1, PO5, PO6)

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13. Program Learning Outcomes Intended Learning Outcomes

Teaching and Learning Methods

Assessment

a) Technical knowledge and research skills PO1: Integrate bioprocess engineering knowledge Integrate (C5) in-depth engineering and scientific knowledge in professional practices (P2) for the benefits of bioprocess engineering discipline.

Lecture center learning (LCL), Student center learning (SCL), Student Self Learning (PTM), group discussion.

Examinations, assignments, group and individual presentations and projects.

PO2: Formulate problem-solving and thinking skills and reorganize scientific research Formulate (C5) hypothesis, design (C5) and reorganize (P6) experiments/research scientifically to solve (C3) and evaluate (C6) observed phenomena.

Pilot scale experimentation, research experiment, individual supervision by an academic staff, workshop on research methodology, seminars

Discussion, lab report, dissertation, Individual research project, thesis writing, journal and conference papers writing

b) Generic Skills PO3: Able to communicate effectively Analyses (C4, CTPS3) situations, justify (A3) and react (P3) effectively through oral and written to scientific, industry and public communities (CS4).

Individual and group Assignments, group and discussionandassignments, individual presentations presentation projects.

PO4: Demonstrate ethics and versatility Assignments, group and Demonstrate (C3, P4) professional Individual and group individual presentations ethics in research and explain (A4) discussion and assignments, presentation and projects. ethics related with bioprocess engineering from social and material aspects (EM3). PO5: Demonstrate life-long learning and information management skills Select (C4, CTPS5) and use (C3, LL2) contemporary knowledge independently and manage (P4, A2) info effectively.

Individual and group discussion and assignments, presentation

Assignments, group and individual presentations and projects.

PO6: Demonstrate managerial skill and entrepreneurship Demonstrate (C3, P4, TS3, LS2) managerial skills and identify (C1, A2, KK1) business opportunities in bioprocess engineering.

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Individual and group discussion and assignments, presentation

Assignments, group and individual presentations and projects.


PO7: Teamwork and Leadership Demonstarte teamworking and leadership skills

Individual and group discussion and assignments, project

Group assignments, projects

14. Classification of Subjects No.

Classification

Credit Hours

Percentage

i.

Bioprocess Engineering Course

12

30 %

ii

Bioprocess Research Project

28

70 %

Total

40

100 %

15. Total minimum credit hours to graduate â&#x20AC;˘ 40 credit hours 16. Programme structures and features, curriculum and award requirements The MKB program is offered on full-time and part-time with a specific subjects being delivered and assessed in each semester. The short semester is optional but can also be used to offer courses for students to prepare for the final completion of their program. Courses are assessed completely for each semester. Bioprocess Engineering Core

MKB1103

MKB1113

MKB1123

MKB1133

Bioprocess Research Project MKB1180 MKB1280 *MKB1180 and MKB1280: for full time, MKB2190 and MKB2290: for part time Assessment: 30% examination, 70% research project,

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Award requirements Students should: • Pass all courses. • Achieve a total of 40 credit hours with a minimum of cumulative B grade or CGPA of 3.0 • Passed research dissertation and has submitted the approved dissertation to UTM The subjects are categorized as university elective, program core and program electives such as the followings: Subject Category Program Core (4 subjects)

Code

Subject

Credit

MKB1103

Biotechnology for Engineers

3

MKB1113

Industrial Bioprocessing

3

MKB1123

Facilities and Infrastructures in Bioprocess Engineering

3

MKB1133

Bioproduct Development

3

MKB1180

Dissertation 1

8

MKB 1280

Dissertation 2

20

TOTAL CREDIT

40

Award requirements: For the award of Master of Engineering (Bioprocess), the students should achieve a total minimum of 40 credit hours with minimum CPA of 3.0, including the completion of Master Project.

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Master of Science

Polymer technology Mixed Mode

Polymeric materials have become an essential and ubiquitous part of our lives. The materials are widely utilized in many applications ranging from household items to engineering applications such as building, aerospace, automotive and electrical equipment. In order to meet the manpower and R&D demand of the industry, the Department of Polymer Engineering, FChE UTM offers Master in Polymer Technology (mixed mode). Programme Educational Objectives The objectives of this programme are to enable graduate to: 1. Practice in-depth knowledge and skills of polymer technology and related fields. 2. Develop research for knowledge enhancement in the area of polymer tech nology 3. Demonstrate effective communication skills to a wide variety of audiences and practice professional, ethical, environmental and societal responsibili ties, and tolerate/value different global and cultural perspectives. 4. Adapt to different roles, responsibilities, surroundings and communities, enabling them to contribute and lead in their organizations and society. 5. Demonstrate business acumen and higher-order thinking skills necessary to solve problems through innovation and creativity which will also drive them to be lifelong learners.


Programme Format (Full-Time & Part-Time) - Full-time: Minimum of 1 and a half year (3 semesters) - Part-time: Minimum of 2 years (4 semesters)* * Class is normally arranged after 5 p.m. The candidate must complete a total of 42 credits as follows: University elective 3 credits Core courses: Polymer Synthesis Polymer Characterisation Polymer Physics and Properties Polymer Technology 1 Polymer Technology 2

3 credits 3 credits 3 credits 3 credits 3 credits

Elective courses (Choose 1) Rubber and Latex Technology 3 credits Surface and Foam Technology 3 credits Other courses: Dissertation I* 6 credits equivalent Dissertation II 15 credits equivalent Research Methodology Compulsory attendance Total 42 credits Dissertation Areas: Plastic-Rubber Blend Modification and Processing of Polymer Recycling of Plastics Waste Fibre-Reinforced Composite PVC Technology Polymer Synthesis and Characterisation Biopolymers Polymer Nanocomposites Natural Fibre Reinforced Polymeric Materials Microwave Processing of Polymers

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Entry Qualification Candidate must hold a Bachelor Degree in chemistry, physics, biology, technology or engineering with CGPA of at least 3.0/4.0 (or equivalent) from a Recognised Higher Learning Institution. For those having CGPA less than the minimum requirement, please refer to Appendix A included in this book. Candidates with other Bachelor of Science degree must have at least 3 years of minimum working experience in the relevant field and must pass with minimum B- for SKV 2513 - Introduction to Polymer Science & Engineering as an extra course. Award For the award of Master of Science (Polymer Technology), the students should achieve a total minimum of 42 credit hours with minimum CGPA of 3.0, including completion of the Master Project. Programme Coordinator: Dr Zurina Mohamad Office : N01-224 Phone : 07-5535536 E-mail : zurina@cheme.utm.my

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MASTER OF SCIENCE IN POLYMER TECHNOLOGY PROGRAM SPECIFICATIONS 1. Programme Name

Master of Science in Polymer Technology

2. Final Award

Master of Science in Polymer Technology

3. Awarding Institution

UTM

4. Teaching Institution

UTM

5. Professional or Statutory Body of Accreditation

MQA

6. Language(s) of Instruction

English

7. Mode of Study (Conventional, distance learning, etc)

Conventional

8. Mode of operation (Franchise, self-govern, etc)

Self-govern

9. Study Scheme (Full Time/Part Time)

Full Time and Part time

10. Study Duration

Full-time: Minimum: 1.5 year : Maximum 3 years Part-time: Minimum: 3 years : Maximum 6 years

Type of Semester Normal

No. of Semesters

No. of weeks per semester

Full Time

Part Time

Full Time

Part Time

3

6

14

14

11. Entry Requirements ABachelordegreewithgoodhonours(â&#x2030;ĽCGPA3.00)orequivalentfromUniversitiTeknologiMalaysia or any other Institutions of Higher Learning recognized by the Senate. 12. Programme Educational Objectives The objectives of this programme are to enable graduate to: PEO1

Practice in-depth knowledge and skills of polymer technology and related fields. (PO1, PO2, PO5)

PEO2

Develop research for knowledge enhancement in the area of polymer technology (PO1, PO2).

PEO3

Demonstrate effective communication skills to a wide variety of audiences and practice professional, ethical, environmental and societal responsibilities, and tolerate/value different global and cultural perspectives. (PO3, PO4, PO5)

PEO4

Show adaptability in different roles, responsibilities, surroundings and communities, enabling them to contribute and lead in their organizations and society. (PO3, PO6)

PEO5

Demonstrate business acumen and higher-order thinking skills necessary to solve problems through innovation and creativity which also drive them to be lifelong learners. (PO1, PO5, PO6)

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13. Program Learning Outcomes Intended Learning Outcomes

Teaching and Learning Methods

Assessment

a) Technical knowledge and research skills PO1: Integrate polymer technology knowledge Integrate (C5) in-depth technology and scientific knowledge in professional practices (P2) for the benefits of polymer technology discipline.

Lecture center learning (LCL), Student center learning (SCL), StudentSelfLearning(PTM), group discussion.

Examinations, assignments, group and individual presentations and projects.

PO2: Formulate problem-solving and thinking skills and reorganize scientific research Formulate (C5) hypothesis, design (C5)andreorganize(P6)experiments/ research scientifically to solve (C3) and evaluate (C6) observed phenomena.

Research experiment, Individual supervision by an academic staff, workshop on research methodology, seminars

Discussion, lab report, dissertation, Individual research project, thesis writing, journal and conference papers writing

b) Generic Skills PO3: Able to communicate effectively Analyses (C4, CTPS3) situations, Individual and group justify (A3) and react (P3) effectively discussion and assignthroughoralandwrittentoscientific, ments, presentation industry and public communities (CS4).

Assignments, group and individual presentations projects.

PO4: Demonstrate ethics and versatility Assignments, group and Demonstrate (C3, P4) professional Individual and group individual presentations ethics in research and explain (A4) discussion and assignments, presentation and projects. ethics related with polymer technology from social and material aspects (EM3). PO5: Demonstrate life-long learning and information management skills Select (C4, CTPS5) and use (C3, LL2) contemporary knowledge independently and manage (P4, A2) info effectively.

Individualandgroupdiscus- Assignments, group and sion and assignments, individual presentations presentation and projects.

PO6: Demonstrate managerial skill and entrepreneurship Demonstrate (C3, P4, TS3, LS2) managerial skills and identify (C1, A2, KK1) business opportunities in polymer technology.

Individual and group discussion and assignments, presentation

Assignments, group and individual presentations and projects.

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14. Classification of Subjects No.

Classification

Credit Hours

Percentage

i.

University General

3

7%

ii.

Programme Core

15

36%

iii.

Programme Electives

3

7%

iv.

Master Projects

21

50%

42

100%

Total

15. Total minimum credit hours to graduate

42 credit hours

16. Programme structures and features, curriculum and award requirements The course is offered in full-time and part-time with a specific subjects being delivered and assessed in each semester. For the assessment of the subject, it is mostly based on 50% final examination and at least 50% of coursework. The subjects are categorized as university elective, program core and program electives such as the followings: Subject Category

Code

Subject

Credit

Bioprocess Research Project

UHX XXX3

(to choose from the list given by School of Graduate Studies)

3

Program Core (5 subjects)

MKR 1113

Polymer Characterization

3

MKR 1123

Polymer Synthesis

3

MKR 1133

Polymer physics and Properties

3

MKR 1143

Polymer Technology 1

3

MKR 1153

Polymer Technology 2

3

Program Electives (Minimum 1 subject)

MKR 1243

Surface and Foam Technology

3

MKR 1223

Rubber & Latex Technology

3

Master Projects

MKR 1180

Dissertation 1

6

MKR 1280

Dissertation 2

15

TOTAL CREDIT

42

Award requirements: For the award of Master of Science in Polymer Technology, the students should achieve a total minimum of 42 credit hours with minimum CPA of 3.0, including the completion of Master Project.

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17. Mapping of Programme Learning Outcomes to Subjects LEARNING OUTCOMES Asset and Facilities Management Knowledge and Competencies Code

Course Name

Generic Skills

P01

P02

P03

P04

P05

P06

Polymer Characterization

a

a

2

1

2

2

MKR 1123

Polymer Synthesis

a

a

1

2

2

2

MKR 1133

Polymer physics and Properties

a

a

1

2

2

1

MKR 1143

Polymer Technology 1

a

a

2

2

2

2

MKR 1153

Polymer Technology 2

a

a

1

2

2

1

PROGRAM CORE SUBJECTS MKR 1113

PROGRAM ELECTIVE SUBJECTS MKR 1243

Surface and Foam Technology

a

a

2

2

1

2

MKR 1223

Rubber & Latex Technology

a

a

2

2

1

2

MASTER PROJECTS MKR 1180

Dissertation 1 (Proposal)

a

a

1

1

1

2

MKR 1280

Dissertation 2 (Thesis)

a

a

1

1

1

2

b

b

2

2

2

2

UNIVERSITY SUBJECTS UHXXX3

University Compulsory subject

Key: Technical Skills: a = major contribution to outcome; b = moderate contribution to outcome; c = minor contribution to outcome

Generic Skills: 1 = Substantial (with assessment); 2 = not substantial (introduce)

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Master of Science

process plant management

Taught Course

In 2000, Institute of Bioproduct Development (IBD), in collaboration with the industry has developed an innovative M. Sc. in Process Plant Management programme. Current enrolment of 50 professionals from major industries and a total successful graduate of 40 proves that the programme is relevant and beneficial to professionals who are seeking hands-on practical knowledge whilst working. The modules incorporated in this programme have an objective of equipping professionals with skills and knowledge to become managers and hold higher ranking positions in the industry. Programme Objectives The objectives of this programme are to enable graduate to: 1. 2. 3. 4.

Analyze critically, plan and solve complex problems associated with pro- cess plant management leading to effective plant management. Communicate effectively, advocate their ideas and practice professional, ethical, environmental and societal responsibilities irrespective of different global and cultural prespectives. Adapt to different roles, responsibilities, surroundings and communities, enabling them to contribute and lead in their organizations and society at large. Be lifelong learners who are able to demonstrate business acumen and higher-order thinking skills needed to solve problems through innovation and creativity.


Programme Format (Full-Time & Part-Time) Part time: - Consists of 12 modules (in the field of Process and Plant Technology, Business and Management) and a submission of an in-company project. - Each module comprises of lectures and case studies to be completed within 4 days or 2 weekends. - After each module, assignments, tests or short projects will be given to par ticipants to be submitted within 5 weeks. - A minimum of 3/4 weeks break will be given between each module. - Lectures will be conducted by academicians, policymakers and industry practitioners - or professionals who provide the know-how through their hands-on industrial experience Full time: - - -

This mode will only commence with minimum enrolment of 10 students. Minimum length of study is 3 semesters. Modules are similar to weekend PART-TIME programme

The candidate must complete a total of 40 credits as follows: Process Plant Technology (Core Modules) Introduction to Chemical Process Engineering and Industry Chemical Processes and Equipment Process Operation, Control & Troubleshooting Energy Management Environmental Management Plan Process Risk Management and Safety

3 credits 3 credits 3 credits 3 credits 3 credits 3 credits

Business and Management (Core Modules) Human Factors in Industry 3 credits Financial Analysis and Control System 3 credits Quality Management 3 credits Project Planning, Management and Control 3 credits Strategic Marketing Planning and Implementation 3 credits

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Elective Modules (Choose 1) Plant Maintenance and Inspection Project Economics and Feasibility Study In-Company project (4-month equivalent) Total

3 credits 3 credits 4 credits 40 credits

Entry Qualification • B.Eng./B.Sc.inChemicalEngineering/ChemicalTechnology/IndustrialChemistry with CGPA 3.0 or equivalent; OR • B. Eng./ B. Sc. in other Engineering disciplines or B. Sc. in Science disciplines with CGPA 3.0 or equivalent and with minimum of 2 years working experience in the Process industry; OR • Candidates with the above qualifications but having other results can still apply if they have adequate number of years of working experience in the process industry. For those having CGPA less than the minimum requirement, please refer to Appendix A included in this book. Award UTM will award M. Sc. in Process Plant Management to candidates who satisfy the examiners in all 12 modules and satisfactorily complete the in-company project. Posgraduate Diploma in Process Plant Management will be awarded to candidates who only satisfy the examiners in 10 modules. Programme Coordinator: Prof. Ramlan Abdul Aziz Office : N23A Phone : 07-5536476 E-mail : ramlan@ibd.utm.my

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MASTER OF SCIENCE IN PROCESS PLANT MANAGEMENT PROGRAMME SPECIFICATIONS 1. Programme Name

Master of Science in Process Plant Management

2. Final Award

Master of Science in Process Plant Management

3. Awarding Institution

UTM

4. Teaching Institution

UTM

5. Professional or Statutory Body of Accreditation

Not Applicable

6. Language(s) of Instruction

English

7. Mode of Study (Conventional, distance learning, etc)

Conventional

8. Mode of operation (Franchise, self-govern, etc)

Self-govern

9. Study Scheme (Full Time/Part Time)

Full Time and Part time

10. Study Duration

Full-time: Minimum: 1.5 year : Maximum: 3 years Part-time: Minimum: 2 years : Maximum: 8 years

Type of Semester Normal

No. of Semesters

No. of weeks per semester

Full Time

Part Time

Full Time

Part Time

3

4

14

14

11. Entry Requirements 1. Bachelor degree in engineering or the sciences with good honours, CGPA of 3.00 out of 4.00 from UTM or other Institution of Higher Learning recognized by the University Senate; OR 2. Bachelor degree in engineering or the sciences or any other equivalent qualifications; with CGPA above 2.50 with relevant experience recognized by the University Senate. 12. Programme Educational Objectives The objectives of this programme are to enable graduate to: PEO1

Analyze critically, plan and solve complex problems associated with process plant management leading to effective plant management.

PEO2

Communicate effectively, advocate their ideas and practice professional, ethical, environmental and societal responsibilities irrespective of different global and cultural prespectives.

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PEO3

Adapt to different roles, responsibilities, surroundings and communities, enabling them to contribute and lead in their organizations and society at large.

PEO4

Be lifelong learners who are able to demonstrate business acumen and higherorder thinking skills needed to solve problems through innovation and creativity.

13. Program Learning Outcomes Intended Learning Outcomes

Teaching and Learning Methods

Assessment

(a) Applied Knowledge and Competencies PO1: Graduates are able to integrate scientific knowledge in the field of plant management and evaluate (C6) related processes. Able to display knowledge of discipline areas by acquiring advanced knowledge for the key operations in process plant management

Conventional lectures, seminars, individual and group discussion and assignment and examinations.

Examinations, assignments, group and individual presentations, discussions, and group and individual projects.

PO2: Graduates are able to initiate (P7) and solve industrial related issues in the process plant management. Able to display practical skills by demonstrating the ability to design, develop and evaluate new and existing processes, products or process-modes as well the ability to analyze critical elements

Conventional lectures, seminars, individual and group discussion and assignment and examinations.

Examinations, assignments, group and individual presentations, discussions, and group and individual projects.

b) Generic Skills PO3: Graduates are able to communicate clearly (P5) the findings, knowledge, recommendations and rationale to peers and experts in the related fields and adapt (A4) comfortably with members of a multi-disciplinary group Able to display communication skills to appropriate audience as well as leadership and team skills by working effectively as part of a team andw implementing project management.

Research, project and operations modules and research project

Progress reports, thesis and presentations, PMA (post module assignment)

PO4: Graduates are able to practice (A5) universal values in professional practices by displaying truth, intellectual integrity and ethics. Able to display values, attitude and professionalism skills by recognizing universal values in professional practices and demonstrating and advocating respect for truth, intellectual integrity and ethics

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Business strategy and project management modules, and research project

Progress reports, thesis and presentations, PMA


PO5: Graduates are able to display (A5) contemporary knowledge to expand enquiring mind and culture of knowledge. Able to display lifelong learning skills Financialmanagementmod- Progress reports, thesis and byconductingindependentworkwith ule and research project presentations, PMA minimum supervision PO6: Graduates are able to manage (P4) the business, management and process plant technology and create (P7) competitive and feasible business plan (KK2). Abletodemonstratemanagerialand Technologyandoperations Post module assignments entrepreneurial skills by creating a management modules and research reports, PMA competitive and workable business plan 14. Classification of Program/Modules (Courses) No.

Classification

Credit Hours

Percentage

i.

Programme Course Core

30

75%

ii.

University Course Core

3

7.5%

iii.

General Course Elective

3

7.5%

iv.

Research Project

4

10%

40

100%

Total

Forengineeringprogrammepleasefillupthefollowingclassification.(OtherspleaserefertotheStatutory Body guidelines) 15. Total minimum credit hours to graduate

40 credit hours

16. Programme structures and features, curriculum and award requirements The course is offered in full-time and part-time with a specific subjects being delivered and assessed in each semester.

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The subjects are categorized as university compulsory, programme core and programme electives such as the followings: Subject Category University Required

Faculty Compulsory Process and Plant Technology

Faculty Compulsory Process and Plant Technology

Electives (Choose 1 Module) Masters Project

Code

Subject

Credit

MKL 1873

Strategic Marketing, Planning Implementation

3

MKL 1113

Introduction to Chemical Processes & Equipment

3

MKL 1123

Chemical Processes & Equipment

3

MKL 1133

Process Operation, Control & Troubleshooting

3

MKL 1143

Energy Management

3

MKL 1153

Environmental Management Plan

3

MKL 1163

Process Risk Management & Safety

3

MKL 1513

Human Factors in Industry

3

MKL 1523

Quality Management

6

MKL 1533

Financial Analysis & Control System

3

MKL 1543

Project Planning, Management & Control

3

MKL 1843

Project Economics & Feasibility Studies

3

MKL 1823

Plant Maintenance & Inspection

3

MKL 2004

In Company Project

TOTAL CREDIT

4 40

Award requirements: For the award of Master of Science in Polymer Technology, the students should achieve a total minimum of 40 credit hours with minimum CPA of 3.0, including the completion of Master

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No.

1

2

4

MKL 1133 : Process Operation, Control & Troubleshooting

X

X

X

5

MKL 1143 : Energy Management

X

X

X

6

MKL 1153 : Environmental ManagementPlan

X

X

X

Graduates are able to manage (P4) the business, management and process planttechnology and create (P7) competitive and feasible business plan (KK2).

MKL 1123 : Chemical Processes & Equipment Graduates are able to display (A5) contemporary knowledge to expand enquiringmindandcultureofknowledge.

3 Graduates are able to practice (A5) universalvaluesinprofessionalpractices bydisplayingtruth,intellectualintegrity and ethics

MKL 1113 : Introduction to Chemical Processes Engineering & Industry Graduates are able to communicate clearly (P5) the findings, knowledge, recommendationsandrationaletopeers and experts in the related fields and adapt (A4) comfortably with members of a multi-disciplinary group.

MKL 1873 : Strategic Marketing, Planning & Implementation Graduates are able to initiate (P7) and solve industrial related issues in the process plant management.

COURSES (CODE & NAME) Graduatesareabletointegrateknowledge in the field of plant management and evaluate (C6) related processes

The subjects are categorized as university compulsory, programme core and programme electives such as the followings: PROGRAM OUTCOMES (PO)

P01 P02 P03 P04 P05 P06

X X X

X X X

X X X X

X

X

X

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P01

P02

X

X

P03

P04

7

MKL 1163 : Process Risk Management & Safety

8

MKL 1513 : Human Factors in Industry

X

9

MKL 1523 : Quality Management

X

X

10

MKL 1533 : Financial Analysis & Control System

X

X

11

MKL 2004 : In Company Project

X

X

12

MKL 1823 : Plant Maintenance & Inspection

X

X

X

13

MKL 1843 : Project Economics & FeasibilityStudies

X

X

X

13

5

TOTAL

45

P05

P06

X

X

X

X X

9

X

3

X

2

4


Master of Science Safety, Health and environment Taught Course

Master of Science in Safety, Health and Environment (Taught Course) is suitable for any graduate from science, technology and engineering backgrounds. The program is currently being offered in UTM Kuala Lumpur and Skudai. Two modes of study are available, i.e. full-time (2 semesters) or part-time (4 semesters). Programme Educational Objectives The objectives of this programme are to enable graduate to: 1. Apply knowledge on safety, health and environment. 2. Manage organisations and resources towards safer and healthier workplace as well as environment. 3. Conduct independent research on technical and managerial aspects of safety, health or environment. 4. Interpret local legislations to ensure compliance with safety, health and environmental requirement. Programme Format (Full-Time & Part-Time) The candidate must complete a total of 40 credits as follows: Core courses: Safety, Health and Environmental Management Statistics and Research Methodology Human Factor and Accident Investigation Industrial Hygiene Occupational Health Management and Diseases at Workplace

3 credits 3 credits 3 credits 3 credits 3 credits


Resources Engineering Pollution Control Process Safety and Loss Prevention Crisis Management and Legislations in Safety, Health and Environment

3 credits 3 credits 3 credits 3 credits

Other courses: General Elective Dissertation

3 credits 10 credits

Total

40 credits

Entry Qualification Candidate must hold a Bachelor Degree in any field of science, technology and engineering with CGPA of at least 3.0/4.0 (or equivalent) from a Recognised Higher Learning Institution. For those having CGPA less than the minimum requirement, please refer to Appendix A included in this book. Candidates with other academic backgrounds must have at least 5 years minimum working experience in the field of safety, health or environment. Award For the award of Master of Science (Safety, Health and Environment), the students should achieve a total minimum of 40 credit hours with minimum CPA of 3.0, including completion of the Master Project. Programme Coordinator: Assoc. Prof. Dr. Mohamad Wijayanuddin Ali Office : N01-425 Phone : 07-5535602 E-mail : m.w.ali@cheme.utm.my

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MASTER OF SCIENCE (SAFETY, HEALTH AND ENVIRONMENT) PROGRAM SPECIFICATIONS 1. Programme Name

Master of Science (Safety, Health and Environment)

2. Final Award

Master Degree

3. Awarding Institution

UTM

4. Teaching Institution

Faculty of Chemical Engineering

5. Professional or Statutory Body of Accreditation

None

6. Language(s) of Instruction

English

7. Mode of Study (Conventional, distance learning, etc)

Conventional

8. Mode of operation (Franchise, self-govern, etc)

Mainstream

9. Study Scheme (Full Time/Part Time)

Full Time and Part Time

10. Study Duration

Full-time: Minimum : 1 year Part-time: minimum 2 years

Type of Semester Normal

No. of Semesters

No. of weeks per semester

Full Time

Part Time

Full Time

Part Time

2

4

14

14

11. Entry Requirements Candidate must hold a Bachelor Degree in any field of science, technology or engineering with CGPA at least 3.0/4.0 (or equivalent) from Recognised Higher Learning Institution. For those having CGPA less than that, UTM guidelines on entry qualification will be followed. Candidates with other academic backgrounds must have at least 5 years minimum working experience in the field of safety, health or environment. 12. Programme Educational Objectives The objectives of this programme are to enable graduate to : PEO1

Apply and disseminate knowledge on safety, health and environment

PEO2

Manage organizations and resources towards safer and healthier workplace as well as environment

PEO3

Conduct independent research on technical and managerial aspects of safety, health or environment

PEO4

Interpret local legislations to ensure compliance with safety, health and environmental requirement

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13. Program Learning Outcomes Intended Learning Outcomes

Teaching and Learning Methods

Assessment

PO1: Interpret SHE legislations and formulate SHE management Interpret SHE legislations and formulate SHE management, Practice professionals ethics, integrity and social responsibilities and explain ethics related with SHE aspects

Conventional lectures, seminars, individual and group discussion and assignment and examinations.

Examinations, assignments, group and individual presentations, discussions, and group and individual projects.

PO2: Identify potential hazards, assess risk and evaluate existing layer of protection to ensure safer process plant Identify potential hazards, assess risk and evaluate existing layer of protection to ensure safer process plant

Conventional lectures, video show, individual and group discussion

Examinations, assignments, group and individual presentations, discussions, and group and individual projects.

PO3: Identify occupational diseases at workplace and select appropriate control measures Identify occupational diseases at workplace and select appropriate control measures)

Conventional lectures, video show, individual and group discussion

Examination,Individualand group projects

PO4: Manage air, water, solid and formulate strategy for pollution control Manage air, water, solid and formulate strategy for pollution control. PEO1, PEO2 KI:TS

Conventional lectures, Group projects, case study video show, individual and analysis, assignment and group discussion examination

PO5: Formulate hypothesize, design and reorganize research scientifically to solve and evaluate the observed phenomena Formulate hypothesize, design and Group project, industrial Forum discussion, case reorganize research scientifically visit, case study, reviews of analysis, oral presentations to solve and evaluate the observed relevant documents phenomena PO6: Demonstrate managerial skills and identify business opportunities in SHE Demonstrate managerial skills and Working in groups with identify (business opportunities in direct supervision by SHE. PEO 2 lecturers

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Group projects, equitable allocation of responsibilities, individual participations


14. Classification of Program/Modules (Courses) No.

Classification

Credit Hours

Percentage

i.

General SHE

9

22.5%

ii.

Safety skills

6

15%

iii.

Health skills

6

15%

iv.

Environmental Knowledge

6

15%

v.

Electives

3

7.5%

vi.

Research Skills

10

25%

40

100%

Total

15. Total credit hours to graduate

40 credit hours

16. Programme structures and features, curriculum and award requirements The program is offered on full-time and part-time basis and based on a 2-semester Academic Year. The short semester is optional but can also be used to offer courses for students to prepare for the final completion of the program. Courses are assessed completely for each semester, except for the short semester where the academic achievement will be assessed in the following regular semester. SHE Core

MKH 1113

MKH 1123

Safety skills

MKH 1213

MKH 1223

Health skills

MKH 1313

MKH 1323

Environmental management

MKH 1413

MKH 1423

Electives

MKH XXX3

MKH 1133

Project Paper MKH 1614 MKH 1626 Assessment: 40% examination, 50% project assignments, 10% presentation and class participation. Awards requirements: Student should: â&#x20AC;˘ Pass all courses â&#x20AC;˘ Achieve a total of 40 credit hours with a minimum of cumulative B grade or CGPA of 3.0. Example of Courses taken by Full-time Students (Year 1) Semester 1

Semester 2

Semester 3

MKH 1113 MKH 1123 MKH 1133 MKH 1213 MKH 1313 MKH 1614 Total 19 credit hours

MKK 1323 MKH 1413 MKH 1423 MKH 1223 MKH 1626

MKH XXX3

Total 18 credit hours

Total 3credit hours

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No. COURSES (CODE & NAME)

1. UHW 6023 : Falsafah Sains & Pembangunan Sosial

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1. MKH1113 – SHE Management

2. MKH1123 – Statistics & Research Methodology

3. MKH1133 – Crisis Management & SHE Legislations

4.

MKH1213 – Human Factor & Accident Investigation

5.

MKH1313 – IndustrialHygiene

6

MKH1323 – OccupationalHealth Disease

X

7.

MKH1413 – Engineering Resources

X X

P02

X

P03 P04

X

X

X

X

X

P05

X

Demonstrate managerial skills and identifybusinessopportunitiesinSHE

Formulate hypothesize, design and reorganize research scientifically to solve and evaluate the observed phenomena

Manage air, water, solid and formulate strategy for pollution control

Identify occupational diseases at workplace and select appropriate control measures

Identifypotentialhazards,assessrisk andevaluateexistinglayerofprotection to ensure safer process plant

Interpret SHE legislations and formulate SHE management, Practiceprofessionalethics,integrity andsocialresponsibilitiesandexplain ethics related with SHE aspects

The subjects are categorized as university compulsory, programme core and programme electives such as the followings: PROGRAM OUTCOMES (PO)

UNIVERSITY COURSE P06

CORE COURSE X X

X X

X

X


8.

MKH1423 – PollutionControl

9.

MKH1223 – Process Safety & Loss Prevention

10

MKH1614 – SHE Project 1

X

X

11

MKH1626 – SHE Project 2

X

X

X

3

6

TOTAL

X

X

X

X

7

5

2

2

20. Regulation of assessment Summary of grades, marks and their interpretation are as follows: Grade

Marks

Points

A+

90 - 100

4.00

A

80 - 89

4.00

A-

75 - 79

3.67

B+

70 - 74

3.33

B

65 - 69

3.00

B-

60 - 64

2.67

C+

55 - 59

2.33

C

50 - 54

2.00

C-

45 - 49

1.67

D+

40 - 44

1.33

D

35 - 39

1.00

D-

30 - 34

0.67

E

< 35

0.0

Interpretation Excellent Pass Good Pass Pass

Fail

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Master of Science herbal technology Taught Course

The herbal industry offers a unique and strategic investment opportunity that resulted in its rapid growth worldwide. Thus, FKK in collaboration with Institute of Bioproduct Development (IBD) is offering Master of Science (Herbal Technology) programme, a taught course master level programme. This programme, that tackles the technological part of the development of herbal based products, is expected to meet the needs of skilled manpower in herbal industry. Being the only one of its kind in Malaysia, this programme is anticipated to contribute significantly to the development of herbal industry in Malaysia. Programme Educational Objectives The objectives of this programme are to enable graduate to: 1.

Analyze critically, plan, solve complex problems associated with herbal science and technology and related fields and design plant-wide processes including unit operations leading to professional herbal qualification.

2. Communicate effectively, advocate their ideas and practice professional, ethical, environmental and societal responsibilities irrespective of different global and cultural prespectives. 3. Easily adapt to different roles, responsibilities, surroundings and communities, enabling them to contribute and lead in their organizations and society at large. 4.

Be lifelong learners who are able to demonstrate business acumen and higher-order thinking skills needed to solve problems through innovation and creativity.

Programme Format (Full-Time & Part-Time) This programme is offered on full-time and part-time basis. For full-time basis, it is a minimum one year programme (2 regular academic semesters and a short semester) and for part time basis, it is a minimum two year programme (4 regular academic semesters and two short semesters). Courses are assessed completely for each semester.


Candidates must complete a total of 40 credits as follows: Core courses Botany and herbal chemistry Herbal processing Product formulation Herbal Science and technology practicals Management of herbal quality Safety aspects in herbal processing

3 credits 3 credits 3 credits 3 credits 3 credits 3 credits

Track electives (Choose group A or B) Group A (Herbal industry) Herbal cosmeceuticals Nutraceuticals Functional Food

3 credits 3 credits 3 credits

Group B (Plant Maintenance) Plant Utilities Maintenance of machines and equipment Boilers, pumps and compressors

3 credits 3 credits 3 credits

University elective

3 credits

Master project Master project 1 Master project 2

4 credits 6 credits

Total

40 credits

Entry Qualification

Candidates must hold a Bachelor of Science or Bachelor of Engineering Degree in any related field from recognized Higher Learning Institution with CGPA of > 3.0/4.0. For those having CGPA less than the minimum requirement, please refer to Appendix A. International applicants from countries in which the official language is not English are required to fulfil the following minimum requirement of English efficiency: TOEFL score of 550 or IELTS band 6 or MUET band 6. Candidates who do not meet the minimum requirement must enrol in an intensive English course conducted by the university. Candidates who hold a Bachelor Degree in fields other than science or engineering must have at least 8 years working experience in any field related to herbal industry. Candidates must also undergo an interview session and must enrol in pre-requisite courses determined by the faculty.

Award

Students will be awarded the degree Master of Science (Herbal technology) after accumulating a total of 40 credit hours of coursework and Master project with minimum cumulative B grade or CGPA of 3.0/4.0. Programme Coordinator: Assoc. Prof. Dr Azila Abdul Aziz Office : IBD UTM IC (KL Campus) Phone : 03-26154379/4406 E-mail : azila@cheme.utm.my

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MASTER OF SCIENCE (HERBAL TECHNOLOGY) PROGRAM SPECIFICATIONS AND COURSE OUTCOMES 1. Programme Name

Degree of Master

2. Final Award

Master of Science (M.Sc)

3. Awarding Institution

UTM

4. Teaching Institution

FKK, UTM

5. Professional or Statutory Body of Accreditation

Not relevant

6. Language(s) of Instruction

English

7. Mode of Study (Conventional, distance learning, etc)

Conventional

8. Mode of operation (Franchise, self-govern, etc)

Self-govern

9. Study Scheme (Full Time/Part Time)

Offshore

10. Study Duration

ull time: Minimum: 1 Year Maximum: 2 Years Part Time: Minimum: 2 Years Maximum: 4 Years

Type of Semester

No. of Semesters

No. of weeks per semester

Full Time

Part Time

Full Time

Part Time

Norm

2

4

38

76

Short

1

2

10

20

11. Entry Requirements Degree of Science from science, technology and engineering courses and equivalent. 12. Programme Educational Objectives The objectives of this programme are to enable graduate to: PEO1

The ability to analyze critically, plan, solve complex problems associated with herbal science and technology and related fields and design plant-wide processes including unit operations leading to professional herbal qualification.

PEO2

The ability to communicate effectively, advocate their ideas and practice professional, ethical, environmental and societal responsibilities irrespective of different global and cultural prespectives.

PEO3

The ability to easily adapt to different roles, responsibilities, surroundings and communities, enabling them to contribute and lead in their organizations and society at large.

PEO4

The ability to be lifelong learners who are able to demonstrate business acumen and higher-order thinking skills needed to solve problems through innovation and creativity

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13. Program Learning Outcomes Intended Learning Outcomes

Teaching and Learning Methods

Assessment

(a) Applied Knowledge and Competencies PO1: Graduates are able to integrate scientific knowledge in the field of herbal science and technology and arrange (C5) the application of related processes. Able to display knowledge of discipline areas by acquiring advanced knowledge for the key operations in science and herbal technology

Conventional lectures, seminars, individual and group discussion and assignment and examinations.

Examinations, assignments, group and individual presentations, discussions, and group and individual projects.

PO2: Graduates are able to construct experiments (P5) to explain the phenomena related to master project or practicals in the field of science and herbal technology Able to display practical skills by Case study, assignments, demonstrating the ability to design, groupandindividualdesign develop and evaluate new and project existing processes, products or process-modes as well the ability to analyze critical elements

Individualandgroupdesign project report and presentation, case study report and presentation.

(b) Generic Skills PO3: Graduates are able to communicate clearly (P5) the findings, knowledge, recommendations and rationale to peers and experts in the related fields and adapt (A4) comfortably with members of a multi-disciplinary group. Able to display communication skills to appropriate audience as well as leadership and team skills by working effectively as part of a team and implementing project management.

Case study, group Individual and group deassignments,individualand sign project report, oral group discussion presentation, peer evaluation

PO4: Graduates are able to relate (A4) universal values in professional practices by displaying truth, intellectual integrity and ethics. Able to display values, attitude and Lecture, case studies, professionalism skills by assignments recognizing universal values in professional practices and demonstrating and advocating respect for truth, intellectual integrity and ethics

Individual and group reports and presentation

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PO5: Graduates are able to relate (A4) contemporary knowledge to expand enquiring mind and culture of knowledge. Able to display lifelong learning skills by conducting independent work with minimum supervision

Individual and group design projects, case studies and assignments

Individual and group design project presentation and report, case studies reports and presentation

PO6: Graduates are able to organize (P5) complex matters (project/research) and construct (P5) competitive and workable business plan (KK2). Able to demonstrate managerial Individual and group deand enterpreneurial skills by cresign projects, case studies ating a competetive and workable and assignments business plan.

Individual and group design project presentation and report, case studies reports and presentation

14. Classification of Courses No.

Classification

Credit Hours

Percentage

i.

Herbal Science and Technology Core and Electives

27

67.5%

ii

University elective

3

7.5%

iii

Herbal Science and Technology Master Project

10

25%

Total

40

100%

15. Programme structures and features, curriculum and award requirements The M.Sc program is offered on offshore basis and based on a 2-Semester Academic Year. The short semester is optional but can also be used to offer courses for students to prepare for the final completion of their program. The period of study is one (1) year or three (3) years maximum. Courses are assessed completely for each semester. Herbal Science and Technology Core and Electives Herbal Science and Technology Individual Research Project

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MKKT 1013

MKKT 1023

MKKT 1033

MKKT 1043

MKKT 1053

MKKT 2013

MKKT 2023

MKKT 2033

MKKT 2113

MKKT 2123

MKKT 2133

MKKT 2043

UXX XXX3 MKKT 2014

MKKT 3016


Code

Course Name

Credit Value

University General (3 credits) (Choose ONE) UHAP 6013

Seminar on global development, economic and social issues

3

UHAZ 6123

Malaysian Society and Culture

3

UHAZ 6323

Bahasa Malaysia Penulisan Ilmiah

3

UHAW 6023

Falsafah Sains dan Pembangunan Sosial

3

UHAF 6033

Dynamics of Leadership

3

UCSM 1263

Information Technology Project Management

3

UDPE 1123

Organizational Behavior and Development

3

CORE (18 credits) (ALL COMPULSORY) MKKT 1013

Botany and Herbal Chemistry

3

MKKT 1023

Herbal Quality Management

3

MKKT 1033

Herbal Processing

3

MKKT 1043

Product Formulation

3

MKKT 1053

Scientific Practice & Herbal Technology

3

MKKT 2043

Herbal Factory Safety

3

ELECTIVE (9 credits) (Choose THREE of Group A or Group B) Group A (Industrial Course) MKKT 2013

Herbal Cosmeceutical

3

MKKT 2023

Nutraceutical

3

MKKT 2033

Functional Food

3

MKKB 1113

Bioprocessing Industry

3

MKKB 1213

Bioproduct Development

3

Group B (Factory Maintenance Course) MKKT 2113

Plant Utilities

3

MKKT 2123

Machines and Tools Maintenance

3

MKKT 2133

Boiler, Pump & Compressor

3

MKKB 1123

Facilities and Infrastructure in Bioprocess Engineering

3

PKKD 2013

Phytochemical Process and Plant Design

3

MKKT 2104

Master Project 1

MKKT 3016

Master Project 2

Master Project / Dissertation 4 6 TOTAL CREDIT

40

Assessment: 75% examination, 25% master project

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Award requirements: Students should: • Pass all courses. • Achieve a total of 40 credit hours with a minimum of cumulative B grade or CGPA of 3.0 • Passed master project and has submitted the approved final report to UTM. Example of Courses taken by Full-time Students (Year 1) Semester 1 MKKT 1013 (Botany and Herba Chemistry) MKKT1023(ManagementofHerbalquality) MKKT 1033 (Herbal Processing) MKKT 1043 (Product Formulation) MKKT1053(HerbalScienceandTechnology Practical) UXXX 1XX3 (Elective university) Total 18 credit hrs

Semester 3 MKKT 3016 (Master Project 2) Total 6 credit hrs

Semester 2 MKKT 2043 (Herbal plant safety) MKKT 2014 (Master Project 1) and Industrial Track (3 modules): MKKT 2013 (Herbal Cosmeceuticals) MKKT 2023 (Nutraceuticals) MKKT 2033 (Functional Food) MKKB 1113 (Industrial Bioprocessing) MKKB 1213 (Bioproduct Development) Or Plant Maintainance Track (3 modules): MKKT 2113 (Plant Utility) MKKT 2123 (Plant Maintainance System) MKKT 2133 (Boilers, Pumps & Compressors) MKKB 1123 (Facility and Infrastucture in Bioprocess Engineering PKKD 2013 (Phytochemical process and reactor design) Total 16 credit hrs

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Doctorate Engineering Process plant management Mixed Mode

The Eng. D. programme is a radical alternative to the traditional Ph.D. being better suited to the needs of the industry and provides more vocationally oriented doctorates in the process industry. It is highly flexible and able to accommodate candidates from all level of management. It is a full-time postgraduate programme where candidates are expected to spend most of their time carrying out research works at their organisations or industries. Programme Educational Objectives The objectives of this programme are to enable graduate to: 1. Create new knowledge, analyze critically, plan and innovatively solve com- plex problems associated with process plant management leading to effec- tive plant. 2. Communicate effectively, advocate their ideas and practice professional, ethical, environmental and societal responsibilities irrespective of different global and cultural prespectives. 3. Adapt to different roles, responsibilities, surroundings and communities, en abling them to contribute and lead in their organizations and society at large. 4. Be lifelong learners who are able to demonstrate business acumen and higher-order thinking skills needed to solve problems through innovation and creativity. Programme Format (Full-Time & Part-Time) - The Eng. D. programme is overseen by the EngD. Programme Committee. The duration of the study depends on the entry qualification of the candidate. - The minimum duration of study for candidates with a Master degree in appropriate fields is six (6) semesters. - All candidates are required to complete the taught modules, with a minimum of 15 credits. - The research work can only be undertaken after the student has completed the taught course module requirements. - The research progress of a student is assessed semesterly through a progress report.


The candidate must complete a total of 108 credits as follows: University course Quantitative Analysis 3 credits Research Methodology (compulsory attendance) Process and Plant Technology (choose 2 modules) Building Operational Excellence in the Process Industry 3 credits Batch Process Modeling, Scheduling and Optimisation 3 credits Plant Shutdown, Turnaround and Debottlenecking 3 credits Strategic Plant Reliability Management 3 credits Business and Management (choose 2 modules) Business Strategy and Strategic Management 3 credits Financial Decision Making 3 credits Management of Change 3 credits Logistics and Operation Management 3 credits) Dissertation Doctoral Research Project Total credits

93 credits 108 credits

Entry Qualification • M.Sc. in Process Plant Management from Universiti Teknologi Malaysia.; OR • Master of Engineering or Science from Universiti Teknologi Malaysia or any other higher learning institution approved by the Senate. OR • Other qualifications equivalent to a Master’ Degree with relevant working experience approved by the Senate Award UTM will award EngD. in Process Plant Management to candidates who satisfy the examiners in all 5 modules and satisfactorily complete the dissertation. Programme Coordinator: Prof. Ramlan Abdul Aziz Office : N23A Phone : 07-5536476 E-mail : ramlan@ibd.utm.my

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ENGINEERING DOCTORATE (PROCESS PLANT MANAGEMENT) PROGRAMME SPECIFICATIONS AND LEARNING OUTCOMES 1. Programme Name

Engineering Doctorate (Process Plant Management)

2. Final Award

Doctor of Engineering (Process Plant Management)

3. Awarding Institution

Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (UTM)

4. Teaching Institution

Engineering Pilot Plant,(CEPP) UTM

5. Professional or Statutory Body of Accreditation

Not applicable

6. Language(s) of Instruction

English

7. Mode of Study (Conventional, distance learning, etc)

Conventional / Industry Applied Research

8. Mode of operation (Franchise, self-govern, etc)

Self-govern

9. Study Scheme (Full Time/Part Time)

Full-time / Part Time

10. Study Duration

3 to 7 years

11. Entry Requirements 1. MSc. in Process Plant Management 2. Master Degree in the relevant area of study. 12. Programme Educational Objectives The objectives of this programme are to enable graduate to: PEO1

Create new knowledge, analyze critically, plan and innovatively solve complex problems associated with process plant management leading to effective plant management.

PEO2

Communicate effectively, advocate their ideas and practice professional, ethical, environmental and societal responsibilities irrespective of different global and cultural prespectives.

PEO3

Adapt to different roles, responsibilities, surroundings and communities, enabling them to contribute and lead in their organizations and society at large.

PEO4

Be lifelong learners who are able to demonstrate business acumen and higherorder thinking skills needed to solve problems through innovation and creativity.

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13. Program Learning Outcomes Intended Learning Outcomes

Teaching and Learning Methods

Assessment

(a) Applied Knowledge and Competencies PO1: Graduates are able to create new knowledge and recommend (C6) innovation in the application of knowledge of process plant management. Ability to formulate innovation in Conventional lectures, applying the knowledge of Process seminars, individual and Plant Management group discussion and assignment and examinations.

Examinations, assignments, group and individual presentations, discussions, and group and individual projects.

PO2: Graduates are able to initiate (P7) and solve issues related to process plant management Ability to develop and organised the applied knowledge in the respective research area

Conventional lectures, seminars, individual and group discussion and assignment and examinations.

Examinations, assignments, group and individual presentations, discussions, and group and individual projects.

PO3: Graduates are able to demonstrate (P5) findings through communication skills effectively and to display (A5) the ability to work in a team. Ability to research and develop Research project optimumsolutions,orimprovements or new applications to real industrial problems

Thesis, reports and companies / organizations feedbacks

(b) Generic Skills PO4: Graduates are able to practice (A5) professional ethics in research projects that related with process plant management. Ability to plan and manage projects, research and development projects

Research, project and operations modules and research project

Progress reports, thesis and presentations, PMA (post module assignment)

PO5: Graduates are able to practice (A5) the knowledge on business, management, process and plant technology. Ability to lead and function in projects and organizations, as individual, and in both single and multi-disciplinary teams

Business strategy and project management modules, and research project

Progress reports, thesis and presentations, PMA

PO6: Graduates are able to create (P7) financial and business opportunity in process plant management. Ability to assess and appraise financial management for decision makers in research and development projects

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Financial management module and research project

Progress reports, thesis and presentations, PMA


14. Classification of Courses No.

Classification

Credit Hours

Percentage

Master Entrance i.

Research Project

93

ii.

University Course Core

3

3%

iii.

General Course Electives

12

11 %

Total

108

100%

15. Total credit hours to graduate

86 %

40 credit hours

16. Programme structures and features, curriculum and award requirements The program is offered on full-time mode and is based a major doctoral research project with several courses being delivered and assessed to graduate. Research project assessment is based on the written thesis and oral examination and the courses are assessed based on the post module assignment. The subjects are categorized as university elective and program core such as the following : Code

Subject

EKL 1153

Quantitative Analysis

ULP 0010

Research Methodology

Credit

Subject Category

3

University Compulsory

3 (HW) Total Credit

3

EKL 1113

BuildingOperationalExcellenceintheProcess Industry

3

EKL 1123

Batch Process Modelling, Scheduling and Optimisation

3

EKL 1133

Plant Shutdown, Turnaround and Debottlenecking

3

EKL 1143

Strategic Plant Reliability Management

3

Total Credit

Faculty Compulsory Process and Plant Technology (Choose2Modules)

6

EKL 1213

Business Strategy and Strategic Management

3

EKL 1223

Financial Decision Making

3

Business and Management

EKL 1233

Management of Change

3

(Choose2Modules)

EKL 1243

ProductionPlanningWithProcessIntegration

3

Total Credit

6

EKL 1190

Doctoral Research Project

93 Total Credit

Research

93

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Award requirements: To graduate, students should: â&#x20AC;˘ Attain a total of no less than 108 credit hours â&#x20AC;˘ Complete and pass the research project examination and pass all the courses.

LO1

LO2

LO3

LO4

LO5

LO6

LO7

LO8

LO9

LO10

CORE & ENGINEERING ELECTIVE SUBJECTS OFFERED

EKL 1190

Doctoral Research Project

3

3

3

3

b

a

a

a

a

b

EKL 1190

Doctoral Research Project

3

3

3

3

b

a

a

a

a

b

EKL 1113

BuildingOperationalExcellenceinthe Process Industry

3

3

3

3

b

b

a

a

b

a

EKL 1123

BatchProcessModelling,Scheduling& Optimisation

3

3

3

3

b

a

a

b

b

a

EKL 1133

Plant Shutdown, Turnaround & Debottlenecking

3

3

3

3

b

b

b

b

b

b

EKL 1143

Strategic Plant Reliability Management

3

3

3

3

b

a

b

c

b

b

EKL 1213

Business Strategy and Strategic Management

2

2

2

2

b

b

c

b

b

b

EKL 1223

Financial Decision Making

2

2

2

2

a

b

a

a

b

b

EKL 1233

Management of Change

2

2

2

2

a

b

a

a

b

b

EKL 1243

LogisticsandOperationsManagement

1

1

1

1

a

a

a

a

a

a

Code

Course

Key: Applied Knowledge Skills: 1 = minor contribution to outcome; 2 = moderate contribution to outcome; 3 = major contribution to outcome Generic Skills: a = not substantial (introduce); b = moderate (development of skills); c = Substantial (with assessment)

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Demonstrate (A3, CS1, CS6, CS8) communication skill effectively through verbal and non verbal forms to all level of society.

Demonstrate (A3, TS4, TS5) the ability to contribute to the planning and coordinating the results of operations group and be responsible for decision made.

Practice (A5, EM3) professional ethics in research projects related with process plant management and have a sense of responsibil-

P02

Design (P7, CSTP3) optimum solutions for multi-faceted problems or issues in engineering or management in technology, engineering and engineering services.

P01

Organize (P4) the applied knowledge in the respective area.

Formulate (C5) innovation in applying the knowledge of process plant management.

COURSES (CODE & NAME)

CREDITS

No.

P03

P04

P05

P06

Core Faculty (Process and Plant Technology) – Choose two module only 1

EKL 1113 - Building 3 Operational Excellence in the Process Industry

2

EKL 1123 - Modelling & 3 Optimisation of Batch Processes and Wastewater Treatment

3

4

5

X

X

X

X

EKL 1133 - Plant 3 Shutdown,Turnaround and Debottlenecking

X

X

EKL 1213 - Business Strategy and Strategic Management

3

X

EKL 1243 - Production Planning with Process Integration

3

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

Core Faculty (Process and Plant Technology) – Choose two module only EKL 1190 - Doctoral Research Project TOTAL

93

X

X

X

X

X

X

6

4

4

2

4

3

18. Our Uniqueness 1. Developement and Recognition of Industrial Researchers 2. Research opportunuty of industrial practioners 3. Knowledge-based Human Capital 4. Realizing the full potential of knowledge management in practice 5. Process Plant Management – as area of expertise unique to this programme 6. Wide range of industry participations (engineering, technology, and engineering services) 7. University Industry Partnership

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Doctor of Philosophy bioprocess engineering design

Mixed Mode

Doctor of Philosophy in Bioprocess Engineering Design is a taught course doctoral programme that emphasizes on developing the capability of the graduates to work within a professional context in biotechnology-related industries. The programme is expected to meet the needs of skilled manpower in Bioprocess Engineering Design. This programme is part of the collaboration between UTM with Delft University of Technology (TUD), Netherlands. The structure of Doctor of Philosophy in Bioprocess Engineering Design is a hybrid between course work and project design. Trainees need to take 56 credit hours-worth of coursework. Thereafter they will be placed in industry for one year where they will be solving actual design problem worth 40 credit hours. During this time, they will be supervised by supervisors from UTM and industry. Overall, the trainees have to enrol in courses that are divided into the following parts: i. Equalization ii. Broadening iii. Deepening iv. Group design project v. Individual design project Programme Educational Objectives The objectives of this programme are to enable graduates to: -

analyze critically, plan and solve complex problems associated with bioprocess engineering and related fields and design plant-wide processes including unit operations leading to professional engineering qualification.

-

communicate effectively, advocate their ideas and practice professional, ethical, environmental and societal responsibilities irrespective of different global and cultural prespectives.


-

easily adapt to different roles, responsibilities, surroundings and communities, enabling them to contribute and lead in their organizations and society at large.

-

be lifelong learners who are able to demonstrate business acumen and higher-order thinking skills needed to solve problems through innovation and creativity.

Programme Format (Full-Time & Part-Time) This programme is offered on full-time and part-time basis and is based on a 2-Semester Academic Year. The short semester is optional but can also be used to offer courses for students to prepare for the final completion of their programme. Courses are assessed completely for each semester. Full time programme will run for 2 ½ Academic Years and part time programme will run for 4 Academic Years. The candidate must complete a total of 96 credits as follows: University elective

3 credits

Equalization courses Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics Transport Processes Numerical Methods in Chemical Engineering Bioreactor Analysis and Design Bio separation Molecular Biology and Genetic Engineering

3 credits 3 credits 3 credits 3 credits 3 credits 3 credits

Broadening courses Molecular Transport Phenomena Biochemical Engineering Thermodynamics Sustainable Technology Economic Evaluations of Project Project Management and Ethics And Regulations in Biotechnology Deepening courses Advanced Bioreactor Analysis and Design Advanced Bioseparation Phytochemical Processing and Plant Design Advanced Principles of Conceptual Process Design

3 credits 3 credits 3 credits 3 credits 3 credits

3 credits 3 credits 3 credits 3 credits

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Individual design project Bioprocess Engineering Design 1 Bioprocess Engineering Design 2

20 credits 20 credits

Programme elective

3 credits

Total

96 credits

Entry Qualification Candidate must hold a Bachelor Degree in any field of science, technology and engineering from recognized Higher Learning Institution AND Master of Science in any field. International applicants from countries in which the official language is not English are required to fulfil the following minimum requirement of English efficiency: TOEFL score of 550 or IELTS band 6 or MUET band 6. Candidates who do not meet the minimum requirement must enrol in an intensive English course conducted by the university. Award Students will be awarded the degree Doctor of Philosophy (Bioprocess Engineering Design) after: â&#x20AC;˘ accumulating a total of 56 credit hours of coursework with minimum cumulative B grade or CGPA of 3.0 AND â&#x20AC;˘ conducting individual design projects and have submitted the approved final project reports to UTM. Programme Coordinator: Assoc. Prof. Dr Azila Abd. Aziz Office :IBD UTM IC (KL Campus) Phone :03-26154379/4406 E-mail :azila@cheme.utm.my :azila@ibd.utm.my

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DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY (BIOPROCESS ENGINEERING DESIGN) (PKKD) PROGRAM SPECIFICATIONS AND COURSE OUTCOMES 1. Programme Name

Doctor of Philosophy (Bioprocess Engineering Design)

2. Final Award

Doctor of Philosophy (Bioprocess Engineering Design)

3. Awarding Institution

UTM

4. Teaching Institution

FKK, UTM

5. Professional or Statutory Body of Accreditation

Not relevant

6. Language(s) of Instruction

English

7. Mode of Study (Conventional, distance learning, etc)

Conventional

8. Mode of operation (Franchise, self-govern, etc)

Self-govern

9. Study Scheme (Full Time/Part Time)

Full Time and Part Time

10. Study Duration

Full Time: 2 1/2 years Part Time: 4 years

Type of Semester Norm

No. of Semesters

No. of weeks per semester

Full Time

Part Time

Full Time

Part Time

5

8

70

112

11. Entry Requirements Master of Science Degree from science, technology and engineering courses and equivalent. 12. Programme Educational Objectives The objectives of this programme are to enable graduate to: PEO1

Analyze critically, plan, solve complex problems associated with bioprocess engineering and related fields and design plant-wide processes including unit operations leading to professional engineering qualification.

PEO2

Communicate effectively, advocate their ideas and practice professional, ethical, environmental and societal responsibilities irrespective of different global and cultural prespectives.

PEO3

Easily adapt to different roles, responsibilities, surroundings and communities, enabling them to contribute and lead in their organizations and society at large.

PEO4

Be lifelong learners who are able to demonstrate business acumen and higher-order thinking skills needed to solve problems through innovation and creativity.

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13. Program Outcomes Intended Learning Outcomes

Teaching and Learning Methods

Assessment

(a) Applied Knowledge and Competencies PO1: Integration of engineering and scientific knowledge Able to display knowledge of discipline areas by acquiring advanced knowledge for the key operations in bioprocess engineering

Lectures, group discussion, Examinations, group and assignments, case study, individual assignments, cooperative learning and case studies and reports. independent study

PO2: Research skills, critical thinking and problem solving Able to display practical skills by demonstrating the ability to design, develop and evaluate new and existing processes, products or process-modes as well the ability to analyze critical elements

Case study, assignments, group and individual design project, cooperative learning and independent study

Individual and group design project report and presentation, case study report and presentation.

(b) Generic Skills PO3: Communication, team working and leadership skills Able to display communication skills to appropriate audience as well as leadership and team skills by working effectively as part of a team and implementingprojectmanagement.

Case study, group assignments, individual and group discussion, cooperative learning and independent study

Individual and group design project report, oral presentation, peer evaluation

PO4: Ethics and integrity Able to display values, attitude and professionalism skills by recognizing universal values in professional practices and demonstrating and advocating respect for truth, intellectual integrity and ethics

Lecture, case studies, Individual and group assignments, cooperative reports and presentation learning and independent study

PO5: Lifelong learning Able to display lifelong learning skills by conducting independent work with minimum supervision

Individual and group design projects, case studies and assignments, cooperative learning and independent study

Individual and group design project presentation and report, case studies reports and presentation

PO6: Entrepreneurship Able to display managerial and entrepreneurial skills by creating a competitive and workable business plan

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Lectures, case study and group design project, cooperative learning and independent study

Design project presentation and report, case studies presentation and report


14. Classification of Courses No.

Classification

Credit Hours

Percentage

i.

Bioprocess Engineering Core and Electives

51

53%

ii

Bioprocess Engineering Group and Individual Design Project

45

47%

Total

96

100%

15. Programme structures and features, curriculum and award requirements The PKKD program is offered on full-time and part-time basis and based on a 5-Semester Academic Year. The short semester is optional but can also be used to offer courses for students to prepare for the final completion of their program. Courses are assessed completely for each semester. Bioprocess Engineering Core and Electives

PKKD 1013

PKKD 1023

PKKD 1033

PKKD 1043

PKKD 1053

PKKD 1063

PKKD 1073

PKKD 1083

PKKD 1093

PKKD 1103

PKKD 1113

PKKD 1123

PKKD 2013

PKKD 2023

PKKD 1033

UXX XXX3

PKKD XXX3 Bioprocess Engineering Group and PKKD 2045 PKKD 2180 PKKD 2280 Individual Research Project Assessment: 53% examination, 47% group and individual research design projects Award requirements: Students should: • Pass all courses. • Achieve a total of 96 credit hours with a minimum of cumulative B grade or CGPA of 3.0 • Passed individual design project and has submitted the approved project report to UTM.

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Example of Courses taken by Full-time Students YEAR 1 Semester 1

Semester 2

PKKD1013(ChemicalEngineeringThermodynamics ) PKKD 1023(Transport Processes) PKKD1033(NumericalMethodsinChemical Engineering) PKKD 1043(Molecular Biology and Genetic Engieneering) PKKD 1053 (Bioseparation) PKKD 1063(Bioreactor analysis and design)

PKKD1073(MolecularTransportPhenomena) PKKD 1083(Biochemical Engineering Thermodynamics) PKKD 1093(Project Management and Ethics and Regulation in Biotechnology) PKKD 1103(Advanced Bioreactor Analysis and Design) PKKD 1113(Advanced Bioseparation) PKKD 1123 (Advanced Principles of Conceptual Process Design)

TOTAL 18 CREDIT HRS

TOTAL 18 CREDIT HRS

YEAR 2 Semester 1

Semester 2

PKKD 2013(Phytochemical Processes and Plant Design) PKKD 2023 (Sustainable Technology) PKKD 2033 (Economic Evaluations of Project) PKKD 2045(Group Design Project) PKKD XXX3 (Elective) UXX XXX3 (Teras Universiti)

PKKD 2180 (Bioprocess Engineering Design 1)

TOTAL 20 CREDIT HRS

TOTAL 20 CREDIT HRS

YEAR 3 Semester 1 PKKD 2280 (Bioprocess Engineering Design 2) TOTAL 20 CREDIT HRS

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Example of Courses taken by part-time students YEAR 1 Semester 1

Semester 2

PKKD1013(ChemicalEngineeringThermodynamics ) PKKD 1023(Transport Processes) PKKD1033(NumericalMethodsinChemical Engineering)

PKKD 1043(Molecular Biology and Genetic Engieneering) PKKD 1053 (Bioseparation) PKKD 1063(Bioreactor analysis and design)

TOTAL 9 CREDIT HRS

TOTAL 9 CREDIT HRS

YEAR 2 Semester 1

Semester 2

PKKD 1073(Molecular Transport Phenomena) PKKD 1083(Biochemical EngineeringThermodynamics) PKKD1093(ProjectManagementandEthics and Regulation in Biotechnology)

PKKD 1103(Advanced Bioreactor Analysis and Design) PKKD 1113(Advanced Bioseparation) PKKD 1123 (Advanced Principles of Conceptual Process Design)

TOTAL 9 CREDIT HRS

TOTAL 9 CREDIT HRS

YEAR 3 Semester 1

Semester 2

PKKD 2013(Phytochemical Processes and Plant Design) PKKD 2023 (Sustainable Technology) PKKD 2033 (Economic Evaluations of Project)

PKKD 2045(Group Design Project) PKKD XXX3 (Elective) UXX XXX3 (Teras Universiti)

TOTAL 9 CREDIT HRS

TOTAL 11 CREDIT HRS

YEAR 4 Semester 1

Semester 2

PKKD 2180 (Bioprocess Engineering Design 1)

PKKD 2280 (Bioprocess Engineering Design 2)

TOTAL 20 CREDIT HRS

TOTAL 20 CREDIT HRS

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Master of Engineering chemical

by research Master by research in Chemical Engineering is suitable for any graduate from science, technology and engineering courses. Graduates from other disciplines but with relevant experiences are also encouraged to apply. Depending on the candidateâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s background, pre-requisite subjects may be imposed by supervisor to assist the candidate to comprehend more in-depth chemical engineering research. Program Educational Objectives The objectives of this programme are to enable graduate to: - - - -

Enable graduates to apply in-depth knowledge in chemical engineering- related areas. Produce graduates who can independently design and manage project. Produce graduates who can formulate and solve problems through effective thinking skills. Enable graduates to articulate their ideas and findings through oral pre- sentation.


Programme Format (Full-Time & Part-Time) The course is offered in full-time and part-time with a specific subjects being delivered and assessed in each semester. The assessment of the research is based on the progress report, supervisorâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s evaluation, research proposal and viva. Minimum 3 semesters ( 6 semesters) (FULL-TIME) Minimum 4 semesters (10 semesters) (PART-TIME) Entry Qualification Candidate must hold a Bachelor Degree in Chemical Engineering from Recognised Higher Learning Institution or Bachelor Degree in other engineering or science disciplines with CGPA â&#x2030;Ľ 3.0 or equivalent. For CGPA < 3.0, work experience is needed. For those having CGPA less than the minimum requirement, please refer to Appendix A included in this book. Award For the award of Master of Engineering (Chemical), the students should complete the Master Thesis and pass oral examination (viva). Programme Coordinator : Dr. Hashim Hassan Office : N01-208 Phone : 07-5535522 E-mail : hashim@cheme.utm.my

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DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY (BIOPROCESS ENGINEERING DESIGN) (PKKD) PROGRAM SPECIFICATIONS AND COURSE OUTCOMES 1. Programme Name

Master of Engineering (Chemical)

2. Final Award

Master of Engineering (Chemical)

3. Awarding Institution

UTM

4. Teaching Institution

UTM

5. Professional or Statutory Body of Accreditation 6. Language(s) of Instruction

English

7. Mode of Study (Conventional, distance learning, etc)

Conventional

8. Mode of operation (Franchise, self-govern, etc)

Self-govern

9. Study Scheme (Full Time/Part Time)

Full Time and Part time

10. Study Duration

Full-time: Minimum: 1.5 years : Maximum: 3 years Part-time: Minimum: 3 years : Maximum: 5 years

Type of Semester Normal

No. of Semesters

No. of weeks per semester

Full Time

Part Time

Full Time

Part Time

3

6

14

14

11. Entry Requirements Candidate must hold a Bachelor Degree in Chemical Engineering with CGPA at least 3.0/4.0 (or equivalent) from a Recognised Higher Learning Institution. For those having CGPA less than that, Appendix B of UTM entry qualification will be followed. Candidate holding a Bachelor Degree in other engineering or science disciplines may also apply. The requirement for taking certain courses will be determined by the Faculty after considering the suggestion by his/her supervisor (s). Supervisor needs to propose the list of courses to be taken by a student during the process of evaluating the studentâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s application. 12. Programme Educational Objectives (PEO) The objectives of this programme are to enable graduate to: PEO1

Apply in-depth knowledge in chemical engineering-related areas.

PEO2

Produce graduates who can independently design and manage project.

PEO3

Produce graduates who can formulate and conduct problems through effective thinking skills.

PEO4

Complete job assignments with confidence and able to balance professional and social responsibilities.

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13. Program Learning Outcomes Intended Learning Outcomes

Teaching and Learning Methods

Assessment

(a) Applied Knowledge and Competencies PO1: Apply in-depth knowledge in chemical engineering-related areas An ability to apply in-depth knowledge in chemical engineering-related areas using the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for chemical engineering practice.

Discussion, presentation

Progress report

PO2: Independently design and manage scientific research, individually or collectively, using acceptable methodologies An ability to independently design and manage scientific research, individually or collectively, using acceptable methodologies

Experimental work and/or Research proposal, First simulation work stage examination

PO3: Identify, formulate and solve research problems through effective thinking skills An ability to formulate and solve research problems related to chemical engineering through effective and critical thinking skills

Experimental work and/or Thesis and viva presentasimulation work tion

(b) Generic Skills PO4: Articulate ideas and findings through oral presentation and scientific writing An ability to articulate and convince ideas and findings through collaborative work, oral presentation and scientific/journal writing

Presentation, Thesis

Thesis , paper and presentation

PO5: Adapt intellectual honesty and integrity Experimental work, simula- Thesisandvivapresentation tion, Thesis

An ability to adapt intellectual honesty and integrity through non-plagiarism

PO6: Seek life-long learning An ability to seek life-long learning Proposal, Thesis from literature review

Thesis and viva presentation

PO7: Work in Team and act upon Leadership An ability to work both independently and in team, able to lead a team by setting direction, providing motivation, and delegating tasks

Discussion and meeting

Thesis and viva presentation

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14. Classification of Courses No.

Credit Hours

Percentage

i.

Classification University a. General b. Language c. Research Methodology

3 0 0

3

ii.

Research

0 Total

3

3

15. Programme structures and features, curriculum and award requirements The course is offered in full-time and part-time with a specific subjects being delivered and assessed in each semester. The assessment of the research is based on the progress report, supervisorâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s evaluation, research proposal and viva. The subjects are categorized as university elective, program core and program electives such as the followings: Subject Category

Code

Subject

Credit

UHX XXX3

(to choose from the list given by School of Graduate Studies)

3

Research Methodology

ULP 0010

Research Methodology

0

Research (Minimum 3 semesters)

MKK 1100

Research

0

MKK 1200

Research

0

MKK 2100

Research

0

University Elective (1 subject)

TOTAL CREDIT

3

Award requirements: For the award of Master of Engineering (Chemical), the students should submit a thesis and pass oral examination. 16. Career Prospect Graduates of the programme can work as process engineer, executive engineer, managers and R&D officer in various public and private institutions/industries, and as academicians at tertiary institutions. 17. Cross Campus Programme At the moment there is no cross campus programme.

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18. Facilities available • Computer Lab, N15 & N21 • Postgraduate room, N29 • Smart Classroom, N29 • Resource Centre, N11a • Wifi facilities around faculty 19. Support for students and their learning • Staff student ratios for teaching of 8:1 • Extensive library and other learning resources and facilities • Lab facilities for research • Each student is allocated with supervisor for their master research 20. Methods for evaluating and improving the quality and standards of teaching and learning mechanisms for review and evaluation of teaching, learning, assessment, the curriculum and outcome standards. • Internal examiner reports • Faculty Learning and Teaching sub committee • Staff/Student Consultative committee • Course Committee • Academic Quality Assurance Committee • Staff expected to attain Masters degree or higher qualifications • Staff appraisal scheme and institutional staff development courses • Updating professional and IT/Computing developments • All staff are encouraged to attain formal teaching qualifications • Regular course team team meetings and comprehensive annual review and planning for forthcoming academic year • Regular research and journal forum held for students and staff 22. Regulation of assessment Evaluation for a master student by research shall include: 1. Evaluation of Research Proposal A student is required to present a research proposal for evaluation purposes within the duration specified by the University, failing which the student may be given unsatisfactory (TM) status. 2. Semester evaluation by supervisor (Progress Report); 3. Thesis examination by the Internal and External Examiners; 4. Oral defense of thesis to a panel for Oral Examiners.

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Summary of grade, marks and their interception are as follows: For Progress Report: Statement by Category

Overall Assessment

Excellent (a) Satisfactory

Very Good Good

(b) Unsatisfactory

Fair

(c) Fail

Poor

Mark Description

Mark

9.0 ≤ M ≤ 10.0 8.0 ≤ M ≤ 9.0 7.0 ≤ M ≤ 8.0 6.0 ≤ M ≤ 7.0 5.0 ≤ M ≤ 6.0 4.0 ≤ M ≤ 5.0 3.0 ≤ M ≤ 4.0 2.0 ≤ M ≤ 3.0 1.0 ≤ M ≤ 2.0 0.0 ≤ M ≤ 1.0

For thesis and viva the following grading scheme applies: After examining the thesis; (a) The candidate be awarded the degree of Master Engineering (Chemical); (or) (b1)

The candidate be awarded the degree of Master Engineering (Chemical) subject to minor corrections;

(or) (b2)

The candidate be awarded the degree of Master Engineering (Chemical) subject to the amendments and corrections as listed elsewhere in this report being made in the thesis to satisfaction of the Internal/External Examiner(s);

(or) (b)

The candidate not be awarded the degree of Master Engineering (Chemi cal) but be permitted to resubmit the thesis for further examination in a revised form after a period of study and research;

(or) (c)

The candidate not be awarded the degree of Master Engineering (Chemi cal) but a lower degree;

(or) (d)

The candidate not be awarded the degree of Master Engineering (Chemi cal).

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Master of Engineering environmental by research

The master programme in environmental engineering is designed to prepare the candidates for successful and dynamic careers in the continuously expanding field of environmental engineering. In a rapidly changing and increasingly interconnected world, pollution problems have brought about increased individual and public awareness. Environmental engineering has expanded rapidly to include areas such as water and air pollution, groundwater contamination, solid and hazardous waste management, and industrial waste treatment. A wide array of employment opportunities exists for environmental engineers in federal, state and local government as well as in the industrial and private sectors. Programme Educational Objectives The objectives of this programme are to enable graduate to: - Apply in-depth knowledge in environmental engineering-related areas. - Independently design and manage project. - Formulate and solve problem through effective thinking skills - Articulate their ideas and findings through oral presentation and scientific writing. - Complete job assignments with confidence, ethical, integrity and with soci etal responsibilities Programme Format (Full-Time & Part-Time) The course is offered in full-time and part-time mode with a specific subject being delivered and assessed in each semester. The assessment of the research is based on the progress report, supervisorâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s evaluation, research proposal and viva. Full time: Minimum 3 semesters and maximum 6 semesters Part time: Minimum 4 semesters and maximum 10 semesters The candidate must complete: University Elective 3 credits Research (Minimum 3 semesters) Research Methodology (compulsory attendance)


Entry Qualification Candidate must hold a Bachelor Degree in any field of science, technology and engineering with CGPA of at least 3.0/4.0 (or equivalent) from a Recognised Higher Learning Institution. For those having CGPA less than the minimum requirement, please refer to Appendix A included in this book. Award For the award of Master of Engineering (Environmental), the students must complete the Master Thesis and pass oral examination (viva). Programme Coordinator: Dr. Mohd. Johari Kamarudin Office :N01-222 Phone :+607-5535534 E-mail :mjohari@cheme.utm.my

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MASTER OF ENGINEERING (ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING) PROGRAM SPECIFICATIONS 1. Programme Name

Master of Engineering (Environmental Engineering)

2. Final Award

Master of Engineering (Environmental Engineering)

3. Awarding Institution

UTM

4. Teaching Institution

UTM

5. Professional or Statutory Body of Accreditation 6. Language(s) of Instruction

English

7. Mode of Study (Conventional, distance learning, etc)

Conventional

8. Mode of operation (Franchise, self-govern, etc)

Self-govern

9. Study Scheme (Full Time/Part Time)

Full Time and Part time

10. Study Duration

Full-time: Minimum: 1.5 year : Maximum: 3 years Part-time: Minimum: 2.5 years : Maximum: 5 years

Type of Semester Normal

No. of Semesters

No. of weeks per semester

Full Time

Part Time

Full Time

Part Time

3

6

14

14

11. Entry Requirements Candidate must hold a Bachelor Degree in Chemical Engineering from Recognized Higher Learning Institutions or Bachelor Degree in other engineering or science disciplines with CGPA â&#x2030;Ľ 3.0 or equivalent. For CGPA < 3.0, work experience is needed. 12. Programme Educational Objectives The objectives of this programme are to enable graduate to: PEO1

Apply in-depth knowledge in environmental engineering-related areas.

PEO2

Produce graduates who can independently design and conduct research activities.

PEO3

Produce graduates who can formulate and solve problems through effective and critical thinking skills.

PEO4

Articulate their ideas and findings through oral communication as well as scientific/journal writing.

PEO5

Complete job assignments with confidence, ethical, integrity and with societal responsibilities.

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13. Program Learning Outcomes Intended Learning Outcomes

Teaching and Learning Methods

Assessment

(a) Applied Knowledge and Competencies PO1: Apply in-depth knowledge in environmental engineering-related areas An ability to apply in-depth knowl- Literature reviews, edgeinenvironmentalengineering- discussion, presentation related areas using the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for environmental engineering practice.

Progress report

PO2: Independently design and conduct scientific research individually using acceptable methodologies Anabilitytoindependentlydesignand Experimental work and/or Research proposal, first conduct scientific research individu- simulation work stage examination allyusingacceptablemethodologies PO3: Formulate and solve research problems through effective and critical thinking skills An ability to formulate and solve Experimental work and/or Viva presentation, thesis research problems related to simulation work environmentalengineeringthrough effective and critical thinking skills (b) Generic Skills PO4: Articulate ideas and findings through oral presentation and scientific writing An ability to articulate and convince ideas and findings through collaborative work, oral presentation and scientific/journal writing

Seminars and conferences, presentation, journal writing, thesis

Publication, viva presentation, thesis

PO5: Adapt intellectual honesty and integrity An ability to adapt intellectual honesty and integrity through non-plagiarism

Experimental work and simulation, thesis

Thesisandvivapresentation

PO6: Seek life-long learning An ability to seek life-long learning Research proposal, thesis from literature review

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Thesisandvivapresentation


14. Classification of Courses No.

Classification

i.

University a. General b. Language c. Research Methodology

ii.

Research

Credit Hours

Percentage

3 0 0 (Compulsory Pass, HL)

3%

0 Total

3

100%

15. Programme structures and features, curriculum and award requirements The course is offered in full-time and part-time with a specific subjects being delivered and assessed in each semester. The assessment of the research is based on the progress report, supervisorâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s evaluation, research proposal and viva. The subjects are categorized as university elective and program core such as the followings: Code

Subject

Credit

University Elective (1 subject) Malaysian culture

Subject Category

UHX XXX3

(to choose from the list given by School of Graduate Studies)

3

Research Methodology

UKS 0010

(for research students)

Research (Minimum 3 semesters)

MKS 1100

Research

0

MKS 1200

Research

0

MKS 2100

Research

0

0 (HL)

TOTAL CREDIT

3

Award requirements: For the award of Master of Engineering (Environmental Engineering), the students must submit a thesis and pass oral examination.

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Master of Engineering bioprocess by research

Master by research in Bioprocess Engineering is suitable for any graduate from science, technologyandengineeringprograms. Graduatesfromotherdisciplinesbutwithrelevant experiences are also encouraged to apply. Depending on the candidate's background, pre-requisite subjects may be imposed by supervisor to assist the candidate to comprehend more in-depth bioprocess engineering research. Programme Educational Objectives The objectives of this programme are to enable graduate to: - - - - -

Incorporate in-depth relevant knowledge in professional practices for the benefits of both national and international communities. Manage conducive working environment qualities through effective lead- ership, problem solving and higher order thinking skills. Apply a wide range of relevant knowledge through effective oral and written communications. Adopt the latest relevant knowledge and cutting-edge technologies through life-long learning process. Balance professional and ethical responsibilities including contemporary issues and environmental awareness.

Programme Format (Full-Time & Part-Time) The course is offered in full-time and part-time with a specific subjects being delivered and assessed in each semester. The assessment of the research is based on the progress report, supervisorâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s evaluation, research proposal and viva. Full time: Minimum 3 semesters and maximum 6 semesters Part time: Minimum 4 semesters and maximum 10 semesters The candidate must complete: University Elective 3 credits Research (Minimum 3 semesters) Research Methodology (compulsory attendance)


Entry Qualification Candidate must hold a Bachelor Degree in Chemical Engineering or Chemical Engineering (Bioprocess) or with CGPA of at least 3.0/4.0 from a Recognised Higher Learning Institution. For those having CGPA less than the minimum requirement, please refer to the Appendix A. Candidates holding a Bachelor Degree in other engineering or science disciplines may also apply but are required to take some pre-requisite courses. Award For the award of Master of Engineering (Bioprocess), the students must complete the Master Thesis and pass oral examination (viva). Programme Coordinator: Assoc. Prof. Dr. Roslina Rashid Office : N01-421 Phone : 07-5535498 E-mail : roslina@cheme.utm.my

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MASTER OF ENGINEERING (BIOPROCESS) PROGRAM SPECIFICATIONS 1. Programme Name

Master of Engineering (Bioprocess)

2. Final Award

Master of Engineering (Bioprocess)

3. Awarding Institution

UTM

4. Teaching Institution

UTM

5. Professional or Statutory Body of Accreditation 6. Language(s) of Instruction

English

7. Mode of Study (Conventional, distance learning, etc)

Conventional

8. Mode of operation (Franchise, self-govern, etc)

Self-govern

9. Study Scheme (Full Time/Part Time)

Full Time and Part time

10. Study Duration

Full-time: Minimum: 1.5 year : Maximum: 3 years Part-time: Minimum: 3years : Maximum: 5 years

Type of Semester Normal

No. of Semesters

No. of weeks per semester

Full Time

Part Time

Full Time

Part Time

3

6

14

14

11. Entry Requirements Candidate must hold a Bachelor Degree in Bioprocess Engineering with CGPA at least 3.0/4.0 (or equivalent) from a Recognised Higher Learning Institution. For those having CGPA less than that, Appendix B of UTM entry qualification will be followed. Candidate holding a Bachelor Degree in other engineering or science disciplines may also apply. The requirement for taking certain courses will be determined by the Faculty after considering the suggestion by his/her supervisor (s). Supervisor needs to propose the list of courses to be taken by a student during the process of evaluating the studentâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s application. 12. Programme Educational Objectives The objectives of this programme are to enable graduate to: PEO1

Incorporate in-depth relevant knowledge in professional practices for the benefits of both national and international communities.

PEO2

Manage conducive working environment qualities through effective leadership, problem solving and higher order thinking skills.

PEO3

Apply a wide range of relevant knowledge through effective oral and written communications.

PEO4

Adopt the latest relevant knowledge and cutting-edge technologies through lifelong learning process.

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PEO5

Enable graduates to balance professional and ethical responsibilities including contemporary issues and environmental awareness.

13. Program Learning Outcomes Intended Learning Outcomes

Teaching and Learning Methods

Assessment

(a) Applied Knowledge and Competencies PO1: Apply in-depth knowledge in bioprocess engineering-related areas An ability to apply in-depth knowl- Discussion, presentation edge in bioprocess engineeringrelated areas using the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessaryforbioprocessengineering practice.

Progress report

PO2: Independently design and manage scientific research, individually or collectively, using acceptable methodologies An ability to independently design and manage scientific research, individually or collectively, usingacceptable methodologies

Experimental work and/or Research proposal, First simulation work stage examination

PO3: Formulate and solve research problems through effective and critical thinking skills An ability to formulate and solve Experimental work and/or Thesis and viva research problems related to simulation work presentation bioprocess engineering through effective and critical thinking skills (b) Generic Skills PO4: Articulate ideas and findings through oral presentation and scientific writing An ability to articulate and convince ideas and findings through collaborative work, oral presentation and scientific/journal writing

Presentation, Thesis

Thesis , paper and presentation

PO5: Adapt intellectual honesty and integrity Experimental work and simulation, thesis

An ability to adapt intellectual honesty and integrity through non-plagiarism

Thesis and viva presentation

PO6: Seek life-long learning An ability to seek life-long learning Research proposal, thesis from literature review

Thesisandvivapresentation

PO7: Work in Team and act upon Leadership An ability to work both independently and in team, able to lead a team by setting direction, providing motivation, and delegating tasks

Discussion and meeting

Thesisandvivapresentation

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14. Classification of Courses No.

Classification

Credit Hours

Percentage 3%

i.

University a. General b. Language c. Research Methodology

3 0 0

ii.

Research

0 Total

3

100%

15. Programme structures and features, curriculum and award requirements The course is offered in full-time and part-time with a specific subjects being delivered and assessed in each semester. The assessment of the research is based on the progress report, supervisorâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s evaluation, research proposal and viva. The subjects are categorized as university elective and program core such as the followings: Subject Category University Elective (1 subject)

Code

Subject

Credit

UHX XXX3

(to choose from the list given by School of Graduate Studies)

Research Methodology

ULP 0010

Research Methodology

Research (Minimum 3 semesters)

MKB 1100

Research

0

MKB 1200

Research

0

MKB 2100

Research

0 TOTAL CREDIT

3 0 (HL)

3

Award requirements: For the award of Master of Engineering (Bioprocess), the students should submit a thesis and pass oral examination.

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Master of Engineering polymer

by research

Programme Educational Objectives The objective of this programme are to enable graduates to : - Generate knowledge and adapt skilll that needed for the industry and the research sectors, specifically in the polymer engineering related area. - Develope research for knowledge enhancement in the area of polymer engineering. - Organize condusive working environment qualities through effective lead ership, team working, problem solving and high order thinking skills with ethic and integrity. - Maintain effective communication through writing and oral presentation. - Adapt up-to-date knowledge and leading-edge technologies through life- long learning process. Programme Format (Full-Time & Part-Time) The course is offered in full-time and part-time mode with a specific subjects being delivered and assessed in each semester. The assessment of the research is based on the progress report, supervisorâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s evaluation, research proposal and viva. Full time: Minimum 3 semesters and maximum 6 semesters Part time: Minimum 4 semesters and maximum 10 semesters


The candidate must complete: University Elective 3 credits Research (Minimum 3 semesters) Research Methodology (compulsory attendance) Entry Qualification Candidate must hold a Bachelor Degree in any field of science, technology and engineering with CGPA of at least 3.0/4.0 (or equivalent) from a Recognised Higher Learning Institution. For those having CGPA less than the minimum requirement, please refer to Appendix A included in this book. Candidates not from Polymer Engineering academic backgrounds with or without working experience should take the following subject: SKV 2513 - Introduction to Polymer Science & Engineering Award For the award of Master of Engineering (Polymer), the students must complete the Master Thesis and pass oral examination (viva). Programme Coordinator: Dr. Zurina Mohamad Office : N01-226 Phone : 07-5535538 E-mail : zurina@cheme.utm.my

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MASTER OF ENGINEERING (POLYMER) PROGRAM SPECIFICATIONS 1. Programme Name

Master of Engineering (Polymer)

2. Final Award

Master of Engineering (Polymer)

3. Awarding Institution

UTM

4. Teaching Institution

UTM

5. Professional or Statutory Body of Accreditation

MQA

6. Language(s) of Instruction

English

7. Mode of Study (Conventional, distance learning, etc)

Research

8. Mode of operation (Franchise, self-govern, etc)

Self-govern

9. Study Scheme (Full Time/Part Time)

Full Time and Part time

10. Study Duration

Full-time: Minimum: 1.5 years : Maximum: 4 years Part-time: Minimum: 3 years : Maximum: 6 years

Type of Semester Normal

No. of Semesters

No. of weeks per semester

Full Time

Part Time

Full Time

Part Time

3

6

14

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11. Entry Requirements A Bachelor degree with good honours (â&#x2030;Ľ CGPA 3.00) or equivalent from Universiti Teknologi Malaysia or any other Institutions of Higher Learning recognized by the Senate. 12. Programme Educational Objectives The objectives of this programme are to enable graduate to: PEO1

Generate knowledge and adapt skill that needed for the industry and the research sectors, specifically in the polymer engineering related area.

PEO2

Develope research for knowledge enhancement in the area of polymer engineering.

PEO3

Organize condusive working environment qualities through effective leadership, team working, problem solving and high order thinking skills with ethic and integrity.

PEO4

Maintain effective communication through writing and oral presentation.

PEO5

Adapt up-to-date knowledge and leading-edge technologies through life-long learning process.

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13. Program Learning Outcomes Intended Learning Outcomes

Teaching and Learning Methods

Assessment

(a) Applied Knowledge and Competencies PO1. Integrate and extend in-depth knowledge in polymer engineering related areas An ability to integrate and extend in-depth knowledge in polymer engineering-related areas using the techniques, skills, and modern tools necessary for polymer engineering practice.

Independent readings, independent research, experimental work, simulation work

Oral examinations, presentations, discussions, research progress report, thesis

PO2. Independently develop scientific research using acceptable methodologies An ability to independently design and interpret scientific research, individually or collectively, using acceptable methodologies

Independent readings, independent research, experimental work, simulation work

Oral examinations, presentations, discussions, research progress report, thesis

PO3. Formulate, analyze and solve polymer related problems through effective thinking skills An ability to identify, formulate and solve polymer related problems through effective thinking skills such as creative innovative, lateral and critical thinking

Independent readings, independent research, experimental work, simulation work

Oral examinations, presentations, discussions, research progress report, thesis

(b) Generic Skills PO4: Articulate ideas and findings through oral presentation and scientific writing An ability to articulate and convince Independent research ideas and findings through collaborative work, oral presentation and scientific writing

Thesis and oral presentations

PO5. Embrace intellectual honesty and integrity An ability to embrace intellectual honesty and integrity through non-plagiarism

Independent research

Thesis and oral presentations

PO6. Adapt strong enthusiasm and commitment to continuously acquire new knowledge and skills An ability to engage in life-long learning

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Independent research

Thesis and oral presentations


14. Classification of Courses No.

Classification

Credit Hours

Percentage

i.

University General Subject

3

NA

ii.

Research methodology

HW

NA

iii

Research

NA

NA

Total

3

15. Programme structures and features, curriculum and award requirements The course is offered in full-time and part-time with a require completion of an original research thesis that makes a significant new contribution to the field of polymer engineering. The subjects are categorized as university compulsory and program core such as the followings: Subject Category

Code

Subject

Credit

University Compulsary (1 subject)

UHX XXX3

(to choose from the list given by School of Graduate Studies)

3

Program Core

ULP 0010

Research methodology

MKR 1100

Research

MKR 1200

Research

MKR 2100

Research

MKR 2200

Research

HW

TOTAL

3

Award requirements: The degree of Master of Engineering (Polymer) is awarded based on an oral examination (viva voce) of the thesis submitted by the candidate on completion of study.

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16. Mapping of Programme Learning Outcomes to Subjects LEARNING OUTCOMES Asset and Facilities Management Knowledge and Competencies Code

Course

PO1

PO2

Generic Skills

PO3

PO4

PO5

PO6

PROGRAM CORE SUBJECTS a

a

b

1

2

2

MKR 1100 Research

ULP 0010

Research Methodology

a

a

a

1

2

2

MKR 1200 Research

a

a

a

1

2

2

MKR 2100 Research

a

a

a

1

2

2

a

a

a

1

2

2

b

b

2

2

2

MKR 2200 Research

UNIVERSITY SUBJECT UHXXX3

University Compulsory subject

b

Key: Applied Knowledge Skills: Technical Skills: a = major contribution to outcome; b = moderate contribution to outcome; c = minor contribution to outcome Generic Skills: 1 = Substantial (with assessment); 2 = not substantial (introduce) 17. Career Prospects Graduates of the programme can work as researchers, technologiests and instructors in various public and private institutions/industries and as academicians at tertiary institutions. 18. Cross Campus Programme At the moment there is no cross campus programme. 19. Facilities available List of polymer laboratories: • Polymer Processing Lab • Polymer Characterization Lab • Polymer Testing Lab • Polymer Synthesis Lab

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20. Support for students and their learning All students are allocated project supervisors whose role is to assist the with research projects. 21. Methods for evaluating and improving the quality and standards of teaching and learning mechanisms for review and evaluation of teaching, learning, assessment, the curriculum and outcome standards (a) End course review (course exit survey). (b) Periodic review of the programme from inductrial panel members. (c) Annual Staff appraisal. (d) External Examiner reports. (e) Faculty Academic committee with responsibility for monitoring and evaluating quality and standards. (f ) Department Course Committee. (g) Faculty Academic Quality Assurance Committee (h) Board of Examiners (i) Mechanisms for gaining student feedbback on the quality of teaching and their learning experience. (j) Teaching by Graduate Faculty and supported by technical staff. (k) Staff appraisal scheme and institutional staff development courses. 22. Regulation of assessment Progress Report Evalutaion: Every end of semester during study First Stage Examination (Proposal): The candidate should submit his/her research proposal on the 2nd semester of study (full time) or during 3rd semester of study (part time). The proposal will be evaluated by two internal examiners. The candidate can proceed to MEng as recommended by the examiners as follows: (a) (b1) (b2) (c)

The candidate can proceed to Master of Engineering degree program without cor- rection The candidate can proceed to Master of Engineering degree program subject to minor corrections. The candidate can proceed to Master of Engineering degree program subject to the amendments (major corrections) of the proposal and must be certified by the supervisor. The candidate cannot proceed to Master of Engineering degree program but is permitted to resubmit the proposal for further examination

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First Stage Examination (Proposal): The candidate should submit his/her research proposal on the 2nd semester of study (full time) or during 3rd semester of study (part time). The proposal will be evaluated by two internal examiners. The candidate can proceed to MEng as recommended by the examiners as follows: (a) (b1) (b2) (c)

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The candidate can proceed to Master of Engineering degree program without cor- rection The candidate can proceed to Master of Engineering degree program subject to minor corrections. The candidate can proceed to Master of Engineering degree program subject to the amendments (major corrections) of the proposal and must be certified by the supervisor. The candidate cannot proceed to Master of Engineering degree program but is permitted to resubmit the proposal for further examination


Doctor of Philosophy chemical engineering by research

PhD in Chemical Engineering is suitable for any graduate from science, technology

and engineering courses. Graduates from other disciplines but with relevant experiences are also encouraged to apply. Depending on the candidate's background, pre-requisite subjects may be imposed to assist the candidate to comprehend more in-depth chemical engineering research. Programme Educational Objectives The objectives of this programme are to enable graduate to: - Apply in-depth knowledge in chemical engineering-related areas. - Independently design and manage project. - Formulate, solve and conduct problems through effective and critical thinking skills. - Articulate their ideas and findings through oral presentation and scientific/ journal writing. - Lead a team to complete job assignments with confidence, ethics, integrity and societal responsibilities. Programme Format (Full-Time & Part-Time) The course is offered in full-time and part-time with a specific subjects being delivered and assessed in each semester. The assessment of the research is based on the progress report, supervisorâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s evaluation, research proposal and viva. Minimum 5 semesters (12 semesters) (FULL-TIME) Minimum 8 semesters (16 semesters) (PART-TIME)


Entry Qualification A Master’s Degree from Universiti Teknologi Malaysia or any other Institutions of higher learning recognized by the Senate; or Other qualifications equivalent to a Master’s degree and experience in the relevant field recognized by the Senate; or Candidates who a currently registered in a Master’s Degree programme at Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, and approved by the Graduate Studies Committee of the respective faculty and the Senate. Additional Requirement for Candidates : English Language Award For the award of PhD (Chemical Engineering), the students should complete the PhD Thesis and pass oral examination (viva). Programme Coordinator : Dr. Hashim Hasssan Office : N01-208 Phone : 07-5535522 E-mail : hashim@cheme.utm.my

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DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY (CHEMICAL ENGINEERING) PROGRAM SPECIFICATIONS 1. Programme Name

Doctor of Philosophy (Chemical Engineering)

2. Final Award

Doctor of Philosophy (Chemical Engineering)

3. Awarding Institution

UTM

4. Teaching Institution

UTM

5. Professional or Statutory Body of Accreditation 6. Language(s) of Instruction

English

7. Mode of Study (Conventional, distance learning, etc)

Conventional

8. Mode of operation (Franchise, self-govern, etc)

Self-govern

9. Study Scheme (Full Time/Part Time)

Full Time and Part time

10. Study Duration

Full-time: Minimum: 3 years : Maximum: 6 years Part-time: Minimum: 4 years : Maximum: 8 years

Type of Semester Normal

No. of Semesters

No. of weeks per semester

Full Time

Part Time

Full Time

Part Time

6

8

14

14

11. Entry Requirements A Master’s Degree from Universiti Teknologi Malaysia or any other Institutions of higher learning recognised by the Senate; or Other qualifications equivalent to a Master’s degree and experience in the relevant field recognised by the Senate; or Candidates who a currently registered in a Master’s Degree programme at Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, and approved by the Graduate Studies Committee of the respective faculty and the Senate. Additional Requirement for Candidates English Language Requirement

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12. Programme Educational Objectives The objectives of this programme are to: PEO1

Apply in-depth knowledge in chemical engineering-related areas.

PEO2

Independently design and manage project.

PEO3

Formulate, solve and conduct problems through effective and critical thinking skills.

PEO4

Enable graduates to articulate their ideas and findings through oral presentation and scientific/journal writing.

PEO5

Lead a team to complete job assignments with confidence, ethics, integrity and societal responsibilities.

13. Programme Learning Outcomes Intended Learning Outcomes

Teaching and Learning Methods

Assessment

(a) Applied Knowledge and Competencies PO1: Apply in-depth knowledge in chemical engineering-related areas An ability to apply in-depth knowledge in chemical engineering-related areas using the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for chemical engineering practice.

Discussion, presentation

Progress report

PO2: Independently design and manage scientific research, individually or collectively, using acceptable methodologies An ability to independently design and manage scientific research, individually or collectively, using acceptable methodologies

Experimental work and/or Research proposal, First simulation work stage examination

PO3: Identify, formulate and solve research problems through effective thinking skills An ability to formulate and solve research problems related to chemical engineering through effective and critical thinking skills

Experimental work and/or Thesis and viva presentasimulation work tion

(b) Generic Skills PO4: Articulate ideas and findings through oral presentation and scientific writing An ability to articulate and convince ideas and findings through collaborative work, oral presentation and scientific/journal writing

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Presentation, Thesis

Thesis , paper and presentation


PO5: Adapt intellectual honesty and integrity Experimental work, simulation, Thesis

An ability to adapt intellectual honesty and integrity through non-plagiarism

Thesis and viva presentation

PO6: Seek life-long learning An ability to seek life-long learning Proposal, Thesis from literature review

Progress report, Thesis and viva presentation

PO7: Work in Team and act upon Leadership An ability to work both independently and in team, able to lead a team by setting direction, providing motivation, and delegating tasks

Discussion and meeting

Progress report, Thesis and viva presentation

14. Classification of Courses No.

Classification

i.

University a. General b. Language c. Research Methodology

ii

Research

Credit Hours 3 0 0 0 Total

Percentage NA

NA

3

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15. Programme structures and features, curriculum and award requirements The course is offered in full-time and part-time with a specific subjects being delivered and assessed in each semester. The assessment of the research is based on the progress report, supervisor’s evaluation, research proposal and viva. The subjects are categorized as university elective and program core such as the followings: Subject Category

Code

Subject

Credit

University Elective (1 subject) Malaysian Culture

UHX XXX3

(to choose from the list given by School of Graduate Studies)

Research Methodology

ULP 0010

(for research students)

Research (Minimum 6 semesters)

PKK 1100

Research

0

PKK 1200

Research

0

PKK 2100

Research

0

PKK 2200

Research

0

PKK 3100

Research

0

PKK 3200

Research

0 TOTAL

3

3

Award requirements: For the award of Doctor of Philosophy (Chemical Engineering), the students should submit a thesis and pass oral examination. 16. Graduates of the programme can work as process engineer, executive engineer, managers and R&D officer in various public and private institutions/industries, and as academicians at tertiary institutions. 17. Cross Campus Programme At the moment there is no cross campus programme. 18. Facilities available • Computer Lab, N15 & N21 • Postgraduate room, N29 • Smart Classroom, N29 • Resource Centre, N11a • Wifi facilities for research around faculty

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19. Support for students and their learning • Staff student ratios for teaching of 8:1 • Extensive library and other learning resources and facilities • Lab facilities for research • Each student is allocated with supervisor for their research 20. Methods for evaluating and improving the quality and standards of teaching and learning mechanisms for review and evaluation of teaching, learning, assessment, the curriculum and outcome standards. • Internal examiner reports • Faculty Learning and Teaching sub committee • Staff/Student Consultative committee • Course Committee • Academic Quality Assurance Committee • Staff expected to attain Masters degree or higher qualifications • Staff appraisal scheme and institutional staff development courses • Updating professional and IT/Computing developments • All staff are encouraged to attain formal teaching qualifications • Regular course team team meetings and comprehensive annual review and planning for forthcoming academic year • Weekly research and journal forum held for students and staff 22. Regulation of assessment Evaluation for a doctoral student by research shall include: 1. Evaluation of Research Proposal A student is required to present a research proposal for evaluation purposes within the duration specified by the University, failing which the student may be given unsatisfactory (TM) status. 2. Semester evaluation by supervisor (Progress Report); 3. Thesis examination by the Internal and External Examiners; 4. Oral defense of thesis to a panel for Oral Examiners.

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Summary of grade, marks and their interception are as follows: For Progress Report: Statement by Category

Overall Assessment

Excellent (a) Satisfactory

Very Good Good

(b) Unsatisfactory

Fair

(c) Fail

Poor

Mark Description

Mark

9.0 ≤ M ≤ 10.0 8.0 ≤ M ≤ 9.0 7.0 ≤ M ≤ 8.0 6.0 ≤ M ≤ 7.0 5.0 ≤ M ≤ 6.0 4.0 ≤ M ≤ 5.0 3.0 ≤ M ≤ 4.0 2.0 ≤ M ≤ 3.0 1.0 ≤ M ≤ 2.0 0.0 ≤ M ≤ 1.0

For thesis and viva the following grading scheme applies: After examining the thesis; (a) The candidate be awarded the degree of Doctor of Philosophy; (or) (b1)

The candidate be awarded the degree of Doctor of Philosophy subject to minor corrections;

(or) (b2)

The candidate be awarded the degree of Doctor of Philosophy subject to the amendments and corrections as listed elsewhere in this report being made in the thesis to satisfaction of the Internal/External Examiner(s);

(or) (b)

The candidate not be awarded the degree of Doctor of Philosophy but be permitted to resubmit the thesis for further examination in a revised form after a period of study and research;

(or) (c)

The candidate not be awarded the degree of Doctor of Philosophy but a lower degree;

(or)

The candidate not be awarded the degree of Doctor of Philosophy.

(d)

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Doctor of Philosophy enviromental engineering

The doctorate programme in environmental engineering is designed to

prepare the candidates for successful and dynamic careers in the continuously expanding field of environmental engineering. In a rapidly changing and increasingly interconnected world, pollution problems have brought about increased individual and public awareness. Environmental engineering has expanded rapidly to include areas such as water and air pollution, groundwater contamination, solid and hazardouswastemanagement,andindustrialwastetreatment.Awidearrayofemployment opportunities exists for environmental engineers in federal, state and local government as well as in the industrial and private sectors. Programme Educational Objectives The objectives of this programme are to enable graduate to: - Apply in-depth knowledge in environmental engineering-related areas. - Independently design and manage project. - Formulate and solve problems through effective thinking skills. - Articulate their ideas and findings through oral presentation and scientific writing. - Lead a team to complete job assignments with confidence, ethics, integrity and societal responsibilities. Programme Format (Full-Time & Part-Time) The course is offered in full-time and part-time mode with a specific subjects being delivered and assessed in each semester . The assessment of the research is based on the progress report, supervisorâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s evaluation, research proposal and viva. Full time: Minimum 6 semesters and maximum 14 semesters Part time: Minimum 8 semesters and maximum 16 semesters


The candidate must complete: University Elective 3 credits Research (Minimum 6 semesters) Research Methodology (compulsory attendance) Entry Qualification - A Master Degree from Universiti Teknologi Malaysia or any other Institutions of higher learning recognised by the Senate; or - Other qualifications equivalent to a Master degree and experience in the relevant field recognised by the Senate; or - Candidates who are currently registered in a Master Degree programme at Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, and approved by FChE Graduate Studies Committee and the Senate. - Additional requirement for candidates : English Language Award For the award of Doctor of Philosophy (Environmental Engineering), the students should submit PhD thesis and pass oral examination (viva). Programme Coordinator: Dr. Mohd. Johari Kamarudin Office :N01-222 Phone :+607-5535534 E-mail :mjohari@cheme.utm.my

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DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY (ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING) PROGRAM SPECIFICATIONS 1. Programme Name

DoctorofPhilosophy(EnvironmentalEngineering)

2. Final Award

DoctorofPhilosophy(EnvironmentalEngineering)

3. Awarding Institution

UTM

4. Teaching Institution

UTM

5. Professional or Statutory Body of Accreditation 6. Language(s) of Instruction

English

7. Mode of Study (Conventional, distance learning, etc)

Conventional

8. Mode of operation (Franchise, self-govern, etc)

Self-govern

9. Study Scheme (Full Time/Part Time)

Full Time and Part time

10. Study Duration

Full-time: Minimum: 3 years : Maximum: 6 years Part-time: Minimum: 4 years : Maximum: 8 years

Type of Semester Normal

No. of Semesters

No. of weeks per semester

Full Time

Part Time

Full Time

Part Time

6

8

14

14

11. Entry Requirements A Master’s Degree from UniversitiTeknologi Malaysia or any other Institutions of higher learning recognised by the Senate; or Other qualifications equivalent to a Master’s degree and experience in the relevant field recognised by the Senate; or Candidates who are currently registered in a Master’s Degree programme at Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, and approved by the Graduate Studies Committee of the respective faculty and the Senate. Additional Requirement for Candidates English Language Requirement

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12. Programme Educational Objectives The objectives of this programme are to enable graduate to : PEO1

apply in-depth knowledge in environmental engineering-related areas.

PEO2

independently design and conduct research activities.

PEO3

Formulate and solve problems through effective and critical thinking skills.

PEO4

Articulate their ideas and findings through oral communication as well as scientific/journal writing.

PEO5

Lead a team to complete job assignments with confidence, ethical, integrity and societal responsibilities.

13. Programme Learning Outcomes Intended Learning Outcomes

Teaching and Learning Methods

Assessment

(a) Applied Knowledge and Competencies PO1: Apply in-depth knowledge in environmental engineering-related areas An ability to apply in-depth knowledge in environmental engineering-related areas using the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for environmental engineering practice.

Literature reviews, discussion, presentation

Progress report

PO2: Independently design and conduct scientific research individually using acceptable methodologies An ability to independently design and conduct scientific research individually using acceptable methodologies

Experimental work and/or Research proposal, first simulation work stage examination

PO3: Formulate and solve research problems through effective and critical thinking skills An ability to formulate and solve Experimental work and/or Viva presentation, thesis research problems related to simulation work environmentalengineeringthrough effective and critical thinking skills (b) Generic Skills PO4: Articulate ideas and findings through oral presentation and scientific writing An ability to articulate and convince Seminars and conferences, Publication, viva presentaideas and findings through collab- presentation,journalwriting, tion, thesis orative work, oral presentation and thesis scientific/journal writing

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PO6: Seek life-long learning An ability to seek life-long learning Proposal, Thesis from literature review

Progress report, Thesis and viva presentation

14. Classification of Courses No.

Classification

Credit Hours

Percentage 3

i.

University General Subject a. General b. Language c. Research Methodology

3 0 0

ii

Research

0 Total

3

100%

15. Programme structures and features, curriculum and award requirements Thecourseisofferedinfull-timeandpart-timewithaspecificsubjectsbeingdeliveredandassessedin each semester.The assessment of the research is based on the progress report, supervisorâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s evaluation, research proposal and viva. The subjects are categorized as university elective and program core such as the followings: Subject Category

Code

Subject

Credit

University Elective (1 subject) Malaysian culture

UHX XXX3

(to choose from the list given by School of Graduate Studies)

3

Research Methodology

UKP 0010

(for research students)

Research (Minimum 6 semesters)

PKS 1100

Research

0

PKS 1200

Research

0

PKS 2100

Research

0

PKS 2200

Research

0

PKS 3100

Research

0

PKS 3200

Research

0 TOTAL

3

Award requirements: For the award of Doctor of Philosophy (Environmental Engineering), the students must submit a thesis and pass oral examination.

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Doctor of Philosophy bioprocess engineering

PhD in Bioprocess Engineering is suitable for any graduate from science, technology

and engineering programs. Graduates from other disciplines but with relevant experiences are also encouraged to apply. Depending on the candidate's background, pre-requisite subjects may be imposed to assist the candidate to comprehend more in-depth bioprocess engineering research. Programme Educational Objectives The objectives of this programme are to enable graduate to: - Generate in-depth relevant knowledge in professional practices for the benefits of both national and international communities. - Maintain conducive working environment qualities through effective leadership, problem solving and high order thinking skills. - Advocate relevant knowledge and expertise through effective oral and written communications. - Develop relevant niche knowledge and cutting-edge technologies. - Nurture, promote professional and ethical responsibilities including contemporary issues and environmental awareness. Programme Format (Full-Time & Part-Time) The course is offered in full-time and part-time mode with a specific subjects being delivered and assessed in each semester . The assessment of the research is based on the progress report, supervisorâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s evaluation, research proposal and viva. Full time: Minimum 6 semesters and maximum 14 semesters Part time: Minimum 8 semesters and maximum 16 semesters The candidate must complete: University Elective 3 credits Research (Minimum 6 semesters) Research Methodology (compulsory attendance)


Entry Qualification A Master’s Degree from Universiti Teknologi Malaysia or any other Institutions of higher learning recognised by the Senate; or Other qualifications equivalent to a Master’s degree and experience in the relevant field recognised by the Senate; or Candidates who a currently registered in a Master’s Degree programme at Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, and approved by the Graduate Studies Committee of the respective faculty and the Senate. Additional Requirement for Candidates : English Language Award For the award of Doctor of Philosophy (Bioprocess Engineering), the students should submit PhD thesis and pass oral examination (viva). Programme Coordinator: Assoc. Prof. Dr. Roslina Rashid Office : N01-412 Phone : 07-5535598 E-mail : roslina@cheme.utm.my

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DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY (BIOPROCESS ENGINEERING) PROGRAM SPECIFICATIONS 1. Programme Name

Doctor of Philosophy (Bioprocess Engineering)

2. Final Award

Doctor of Philosophy (Bioprocess Engineering)

3. Awarding Institution

UTM

4. Teaching Institution

UTM

5. Professional or Statutory Body of Accreditation 6. Language(s) of Instruction

English

7. Mode of Study (Conventional, distance learning, etc)

Conventional

8. Mode of operation (Franchise, self-govern, etc)

Self-govern

9. Study Scheme (Full Time/Part Time)

Full Time and Part time

10. Study Duration

Full-time: Minimum: 3 years : Maximum: 6 years Part-time: Minimum: 4 years : Maximum: 8 years

Type of Semester Normal

No. of Semesters

No. of weeks per semester

Full Time

Part Time

Full Time

Part Time

6

8

14

14

11. Entry Requirements A Master’s Degree from Universiti Teknologi Malaysia or any other Institutions of higher learning recognised by the Senate; or Other qualifications equivalent to a Master’s degree and experience in the relevant field recognised by the Senate; or Candidates who a currently registered in a Master’s Degree programme at Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, and approved by the Graduate Studies Committee of the respective faculty and the Senate Additional Requirement for Candidates English Language Requirement 12. Programme Educational Objectives The objectives of this programme are to enable graduate to : PEO1

Generate in-depth relevant knowledge in professional practices for the benefits of both national and international communities.

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PEO2

Maintain conducive working environment qualities through effective leadership, problem solving and high order thinking skills.

PEO3

Advocate relevant knowledge and expertise through effective oral and written communications.

PEO4

Develop relevant niche knowledge and cutting-edge technologies.

PEO5

Nurture, promote professional and ethical responsibilities including contemporary issues and environmental awareness.

13. Programme Learning Outcomes Intended Learning Outcomes

Teaching and Learning Methods

Assessment

(a) Applied Knowledge and Competencies PO1: Apply in-depth knowledge in bioprocess engineering-related areas An ability to apply in-depth knowledge in bioprocess engineering-related areas using the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for bioprocess engineering practice.

Discussion, presentation

Progress report

PO2: Independently design and manage scientific research, individually or collectively, using acceptable methodologies An ability to independently design and manage scientific research, individually or collectively, using acceptable methodologies

Experimental work and/or Research proposal, First simulation work stage examination

PO3: Identify, formulate and solve research problems through effective thinking skills An ability to formulate and solve research problems related to chemical engineering through effective and critical thinking skills

Experimental work and/or Thesis and viva presentasimulation work tion

(b) Generic Skills PO4: Articulate ideas and findings through oral presentation and scientific writing An ability to articulate and convince Presentation, Thesis ideas and findings through collaborative work, oral presentation and scientific/journal writing

Thesis ,paperandpresentation

PO5: Adapt intellectual honesty and integrity An ability to adapt intellectual honesty and integrity through non-plagiarism

Experimental work, simulation, Thesis

Thesis and viva presentation

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PO6: Seek life-long learning An ability to seek life-long learning Proposal, Thesis from literature review

Progress report, Thesis and viva presentation

PO7: Work in Team and act upon Leadership An ability to work both independently and in team, able to lead a team by setting direction, providing motivation, and delegating tasks

Discussion and meeting

Progress report, Thesis and viva presentation

14. Classification of Courses No.

Classification

Credit Hours

Percentage 3

i.

University General Subject a. General b. Language c. Research Methodology

3 0 0

ii

Research

0 Total

3

100%

15. Programme structures and features, curriculum and award requirements The course is offered in full-time and part-time with a specific subjects being delivered and assessed in each semester. The assessment of the research is based on the progress report, supervisorâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s evaluation, research proposal and viva. The subjects are categorized as university elective and program core such as the followings: Code

Subject

Credit

University Elective (1 subject) Malaysian culture

Subject Category

UHX XXX3

(to choose from the list given by School of Graduate Studies)

3

Research Methodology

ULP 0010

(for research students)

Research (Minimum 6 semesters)

PKB 1100

Research

0

PKB 1200

Research

0

PKB 2100

Research

0

PKB 2200

Research

0

PKB 3100

Research

0

PKB 3200

Research

0 TOTAL

3

Award requirements: For the award of Doctor of Philosophy (Bioprocess Engineering), the students should submit

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Doctor of Philosophy polymer engineering

by research

Programme Educational Objectives The objectives of this programme are to enable graduate to: - Generate knowledge and adapt skill that needed for the industry and the research sectors, specifically in the polymer engineering related area. - Interpret research for knowledge enhancement in the area of polymer engineering - Manage condusive working environment qualities through effective lead ership, team working, problem solving and high order thinking skills with ethic and integrity. - Maintain effective communication through writing and oral presentation. - Advocate up-to-date knowledge and leading-edge technologies through life-long learning process. Programme Format (Full-Time & Part-Time) The course is offered in full-time and part-time mode with a specific subjects being delivered and assessed in each semester. The assessment of the research is based on the progress report, supervisorâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s evaluation, research proposal and viva. Full time: Minimum 6 semesters and maximum 14 semesters Part time: Minimum 8 semesters and maximum 16 semesters The candidate must complete: University Elective Research (Minimum 6 semesters)

3 credits


Entry Qualification - A Master Degree from Universiti Teknologi Malaysia or any other Institutions of higher learning recognised by the Senate; or - Other qualifications equivalent to a Master degree and experience in relevant fields recognised by the Senate; or - Candidates who are currently registered in a Master Degree programme at Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, and approved by the FChE Graduate Studies Committee and the Senate. - Additional requirement for candidates : English Language Award For the award of Doctor of Philosophy (Polymer Engineering), the students should submit PhD thesis and pass oral examination (viva). Programme Coordinator: Dr. Zurina Mohamad Office : N01-224 Phone : 07-5535536 E-mail : zurina@cheme.utm.my

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DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY (POLYMER) PROGRAM SPECIFICATIONS 1. Programme Name

Doctor of Philosophy (Polymer Engineering)

2. Final Award

Doctor of Philosophy (Polymer Engineering)

3. Awarding Institution

UTM

4. Teaching Institution

UTM

5. Professional or Statutory Body of Accreditation

MQA

6. Language(s) of Instruction

English

7. Mode of Study (Conventional, distance learning, etc)

Research

8. Mode of operation (Franchise, self-govern, etc)

Self-govern

9. Study Scheme (Full Time/Part Time)

Full Time and Part time

10. Study Duration

Full-time: Minimum: 3 years : Maximum: 6 years Part-time: Minimum: 4 years : Maximum: 8 years

Type of Semester Normal

No. of Semesters

No. of weeks per semester

Full Time

Part Time

Full Time

Part Time

6

8

14

28

11. Entry Requirements A Master degree or equivalent from Universiti Teknologi Malaysia or any other Institutions of Higher Learning recognized by the Senate. 12. Programme Educational Objectives The objectives of this programme are to enable graduate to: PEO1

Generate knowledge and adapt skill that needed for the industry and the research sectors, specifically in the polymer engineering related area.

PEO2

Interpret research for knowledge enhancement in the area of polymer engineering.

PEO3

Manage condusive working environment qualities through effective leadership, team working, problem solving and high order thinking skills with ethic and integrity.

PEO4

Maintain effective communication through writing and oral presentation.

PEO5

Advocate up-to-date knowledge and leading-edge technologies through lifelong learning process.

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13. Programme Learning Outcomes Intended Learning Outcomes

Teaching and Learning Methods

Assessment

(a) Applied Knowledge and Competencies PO1. Integrate and extend in-depth knowledge in polymer engineering related areas An ability to integrate and extend in-depth knowledge in polymer engineering-related areas using the techniques, skills, and modern tools necessary for polymer engineering practice.

Independent readings, independent research, experimental work, simulation work

Oral examinations, presentations, discussions, research progress report, thesis

PO2. Independently design and interpret scientific research using acceptable methodologies An ability to independently design and interpret scientific research, individually or collectively, using acceptable methodologies

Independent readings, independent research, experimental work, simulation work

Oral examinations, presentations, discussions, research progress report, thesis

PO3. Formulate, analyze and solve polymer related problems through effective thinking skill An ability to identify, formulate and solve polymer related problems through effective thinking skills such as creative innovative, lateral and critical thinking

Independent readings, independent research, experimental work, simulation work

Oral examinations, presentations, discussions, research progress report, thesis

(b) Generic Skills PO4. Articulate ideas and findings through oral presentation and scientific writing An ability to articulate and convince ideas and findings through collaborative work, oral presentation and scientific writing

Independent research

Thesis and oral presentations

PO5. Embrace intellectual honesty and integrity An ability to embrace intellectual Independent research honesty and integrity through nonplagiarism

Thesis and oral presentations

PO6. Adapt strong enthusiasm and commitment to continuously acquire new knowledge and skills An ability to engage in life-long learning

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Independent research

Thesis and oral presentations


14. Classification of Courses No.

Classification

i.

University General Subject

ii.

Research methodology

iii

Research

Credit Hours

Percentage

3

NA

HW

NA

NA

NA

Total

3

15. Programme structures and features, curriculum and award requirements The course is offered in full-time and part-time with a require completion of an original research thesis that makes a significant new contribution to the field of polymer engineering. The subjects are categorized as university compulsory and program core such as the followings: Subject Category

Code

Subject

Credit

University Compulsory (1 subject)

UHX XXX3

(to choose from the list given by School of Graduate Studies)

Program Core

ULP 0010

Research methodology

PKR 1100

Research

PKR 1200

Research

PKR 2100

Research

PKR 2200

Research

PKR 3100

Research

PKR 3200

Research

3 HW

TOTAL

3

Award requirements: The degree of Doctor of Philosophy (Polymer Engineering) is awarded based on an oral examination (viva voce) of the thesis submitted by the candidate on completion of study.

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16. Mapping of Programme Learning Outcomes to Subjects LEARNING OUTCOMES Asset and Facilities ManagementKnowledge and Competencies Code

Course

LO1

LO2

Generic Skills

LO3

LO4

LO5

LO6

PROGRAM CORE SUBJECTS ULP 0010

Research Methodology

a

a

b

1

2

2

PKR 1100

Research

a

a

a

1

2

2

PKR 1200

Research

a

a

a

1

2

2

PKR 2100

Research

a

a

a

1

2

2

PKR 2200

Research

a

a

a

1

2

2

PKR 3100

Research

a

a

a

1

2

2

PKR 3200

Research

a

a

a

1

2

2

UHXXX3

UniversityCompulsorysubject

b

2

2

2

UNIVERSITY SUBJECT b

b

Key: Applied Knowledge Skills: Technical Skills: a = major contribution to outcome; b = moderate contribution to outcome; c = minor contribution to outcome Generic Skills: 1 = Substantial (with assessment); 2 = not substantial (introduce) 17. Career Prospects Graduates of the programme can work as researchers, technologiests and instructors in various public and private institutions and as academicians at tertiary institutions. 18. Cross Campus Programme At the moment there is no cross campus programme. 19. Facilities available List of polymer laboratories: • Polymer Processing Lab • Polymer Characterization Lab • Polymer Testing Lab • Polymer Synthesis Lab

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20. Support for students and their learning All students are allocated project supervisors whose role is to assist the with research projects. 21. Methods for evaluating and improving the quality and standards of teaching and learning mechanisms for review and evaluation of teaching, learning, assessment, the curriculum and outcome standards (a) End course review (course exit survey). (b) Periodic review of the programme from inductrial panel members. (c) Annual Staff appraisal. (d) External Examiner reports. (e) Faculty Academic committee with responsibility for monitoring and evaluating quality and standards. (f ) Department Course Committee. (g) Faculty Academic Quality Assurance Committee (h) Board of Examiners (i) Mechanisms for gaining student feedbback on the quality of teaching and their learning experience. (j) Teaching by Graduate Faculty and supported by technical staff. (k) Staff appraisal scheme and institutional staff development courses. 22. Regulation of assessment Progress Report Evalutaion: Every end of semester during study First Stage Examination (Proposal): The candidate should submit his/her research proposal on the 3rd semester of study (full time) or during 5th semester of study (part time). The proposal will be evaluated by two internal examiners. The candidate can proceed to PhD as recommended by the examiners as follows: (a) (b1) (b2) (c)

The candidate can proceed to Doctor of Philosophy degree program without cor- rection The candidate can proceed to Doctor of Philosophy degree program subject to minor corrections. The candidate can proceed to Doctor of Philosophy degree program subject to the amendments (major corrections) of the proposal and must be certified by the supervisor. The candidate cannot proceed to Doctor of Philosophy degree program but is permitted to resubmit the proposal for further examination

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Examinerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Report on Final Thesis: The panels consist of one internal and one external examiner. The recommendations for the award are as follows: (a) The candidate be awarded the degree of Doctor of Philosophy (b1) The candidate be awarded the degree of Doctor of Philosophy subject to minor corrections (b2) The candidate be awarded the degree of Doctor of Philosophy subject to the amendments and corrections as listed elsewhere in this report being made in the thesis to satisfaction of the Internal/External Examiners (b) The candidate not be awarded the degree of Doctor of Philosophy but permitted to resubmit the thesis for further examinations (c) The candidate not be awarded the degree of Doctor of Philosophy but a lower degree (d) The candidate not be awarded the degree of Doctor of Philosophy

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Appendix A Lampiran B

EVALUATION GUIDELINES ADMISSION REQUIREMENT 1998 Pind. 1/2008

BIL 1)

QUALIFICATION First Class Second Class Upper (II : I) CPA 4.00 : > 3.00 Score 20 : > 15 CPA 5.00 : > 3.75 Marks 100 (%) : > 75 %

OTHERS IPT No Experience

INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY GRADUATE -No Experience -JPA Recognization*

Marks 1000 : > 750 Excellent Pass 2)

Second Class Lower (II : II) CPA 4.00 : 2.70 < CPA < 3.00 Score 20 : 13.5 < CPA < 15 CPA 5.00 : 3.38 < CPA < 3.75 Marks 100 (%) : 67.5 % < CPA < 75%

2 years working experience in related field

-1 year working experience in related field -JPA Recognization*

Marks 1000 : 675 <CPA < 750 Very Good Pass 3)

Second Class Lower (II : II) CPA 4.00 : 2.50 < CPA < 2.70 Score 20 : 12.5 < CPA < 13.5 CPA 5.00 : 3.13 < CPA < 3.38 Marks 100(%) : 62.5 % < CPA < 67.5%

4 years working experience in related field

-3years experience.

6 years working experience in related field

-5years experience

-JPA Recognization*

Marks 1000 : 625 <CPA < 675 Good Pass

4)

Second Class Lower (II : II) CPA 4.00 : 2.30 < CPA < 2.50 Score 20 : 11.5 < CPA < 12.5 CPA 5.00 : 2.88 < CPA < 3.13 Marks 100(%) : 57.5 % < CPA < 62.5%

-JPA Recognization *

Marks 1000 : 575 <CPA < 625 Pass * According - ATTEND BACHELOR DEGREE WITH SUCCESS.

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