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This course is designed to introduce the applications of certain unit operations in the processing of different types of food products. The principles and methods of heating and dehydration, refrigeration and freezing, are discussed with emphasis on their applications in the processing of food products. The course will also provide an appreciation on the importance of food packaging, food safety and hygiene.

This course introduces the fundamental concepts of engineering materials which includes the structure of materials, mechanical and physical properties of materials, binary phase diagrams, TTT diagram, heat treatment, applications and current developments of metal, polymer, ceramic, composite and advanced materials. Also, basic understanding on the environmental degradation of engineering materials.

This course introduces DC resistive network analysis, AC network analysis, diodes, bipolar junction transistors (BJT), operational amplifier (op-amp) and digital logic circuits.
Course outcomes are:
- Analyze DC resistive network.
- Analyze AC network.
- Synthesize analog circuit involving diode, BJT, MOSFET and Op-Amp.
- Analyze digital logic circuits. 

This course focuses on analysis and design of enterprise networks that are reliable, secure and manageable. It includes top-down network design methodology to design networks that meet customer’s business and technical goals, analyzationof business and technical requirements, examine traffic flow and Quality of Service (QoS) requirements, and production of RFP documentation with relevant procedure steps for case study/project to fulfil this subject requirement.

This course describes the concepts and methods of information system analysis and design, with an emphasis on system analysis methods and tools. The course focuses on the issues and management technique involved in analysis, design and implementation of information system

The course is designed to develop students’ spoken and written communication skills effectively. This is vital in helping them to enter  the job market and preparing them for workplace.  Students will enhance their language skills via learning activities that incorporate communication strategies, interactions and feedback. The learning activities include, but not limited to, carrying out presentations, attending mock-job interviews, writing business correspondence, conducting meetings and writing business documents.

The course aims to expose simple Mandarin in daily lives which include greeting, introducing oneself, family, numbers, date, time and price etc. The students will learn basic Chinese Phonetics (Hanyu Pinyin System), about 180 words, and basic sentence structures.

Introduction to environmentally friendly engineering and technological advances and new technologies that utilize green principles and green transportation. Course includes topics in new areas of green manufacturing and materials used today and planned for the future, including the operation and manufacture of solar cells and the production of wind, thermal, and hydroelectric power. Topics will vary depending upon new trends in industry. Several experiments related to green technology were exposed in this subject.

This multi-disciplinary course provides student to introduction policy, scope and research area in
industrial biotechnology sector in Malaysia and global scenario. This subject focus on interaction
between scientific discovery, applications and challenge impact in biotechnology. There are four focus
field includes industrial microbiology, agricultural, healthcare, biomaterial, enzyme and bioinformatics
potential process will be discussed. Students also will be exposed to important and related
components in commercialization such as issues, biosafety, bioethics, regulations, intelectual rights,
facilities and expertise needed in biotechnology industries.

This course discusses on statistical problem-solving methodology and descriptive statistics; sampling distribution and confidence interval; hypothesis testing; analysis of variance (ANOVA); regression and correlation including simple and multiple linear regressions; and goodness-of-fit test and contingency tables. Statistical packages such as Microsoft Excel shall be used in this course.

This course is designed to introduce the modern instrumental methods that are used to solve analytical problems in chemistry. A qualitative and quantitative analysis which is studied in Analytical Chemistry course will be further developed. The course will begin with the explanation of instrumentation methods concept and the tools of quantitative analysis. Students will expose to spectroscopy (AAS, MS, UV/VIS, FTIR and NMR) and deals with chromatography (HPLC and GC).

This course in an introduction to the Injection molding process for producing thermoplastic and metal materials. It focuses on the basic of injection molding machine and its mold, proper selection of thermoplastics, binders, metal materials, and calculations on the proposed product design. It uses CAD software for designing and modeling of the mold and uses CAE Moldflow simulation tool to optimize the correlation of the mold design with the injection molding process. Finalized design mold would be fabricated and molded parts are produced by actual injection molding machine.

This course introduces students with basic knowledge on quality control, engineering and management. It also introduces the statistical tools and techniques to monitor, control and improve product, process quality and expose students the concept of integrating human and technical aspects for managing quality itself.

This course will be introduced to the analysis of statically determinate and indeterminate structures. The course covers the fundamental concepts of determining the structural stability and determinacy, analysis of statically determinate beams and frames, trusses and arches.  Also to determine the deflection of beam and truss, and the analysis of indeterminate beams and frames.

This course introduces:

1.    The concept and use of equations for open drainage and flow analyses (uniform & non-uniform flow) in open channel.

2.    It also covers the various phenomena such as hydraulic jump and backwater, specific energy concept application, design of water distribution system, analyses of hydraulics machinery principles and dimensional analysis & hydraulic similarity concepts.

This course introduces students to the fundamental concepts of power system analysis which covered the power flow problem analysis, balanced and unbalanced fault analysis and stability evaluation. Students will be exposed to the problems commonly encountered in power system engineering practice, analysis and techniques applied to solve some practical problems in power systems.