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Faculty of Education UNIVERSITI TEKNOLOGI MALAYSIA

1. Awarding Institution 2. Teaching Institution 3. Professional or Statutory Body of Accreditation 4. Programme Name 5. Final Award 6. Programme code 7. Language(s) of Instruction 8. Mode of Study (Conventional, distance learning, etc) 9. Mode of operation (Franchise, self-govern, etc) 10. Study Scheme (Full Time/Part Time) Minimum : 4 yrs 11. Study Duration Maximum : 6 yrs Type of Semester No. of Semesters Full Time 8 4 Part Time 12 6

Universiti Teknologi Malaysia Universiti Teknologi Malaysia Malaysian Ministry of Education Bachelor of Technology with Education (Mechnical Engineering ) Bachelor of Technology with Education (Mechanical Engineering ) TT 30 SPJ Bahasa Melayu and English Conventional Self-govern Full Time

No. of Weeks Full Time 14 8 Part Time 14 8

Normal Inter Semester 12. Entry Requirement

Matriculation/University Foundation Course (i) University Basic Requirements A pass in the Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia or equivalent with a good result. A pass with a credit in Bahasa Melayu/Bahasa Malaysia at the SPM level/equivalent. Passed the Ministry of Education Matriculation Certificate/University Foundation Course with minimum CGPA of 2.00 and a pass in all core subjects. Sat for the Malaysian University English Test (MUET). (ii) Special Requirements of the Programme A minimum pass with at least C Grade (2.00) in any TWO (2) of the following subjects: Mathematics Physics Chemistry A pass with a credit in Mathematics at the SPM/equivalent level. STPM (i) University Basic Requirements A pass in the Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia with a good result. A pass with a credit in Bahasa Melayu/Bahasa Malaysia at the SPM/equivalent level. Passed the STPM with at least: C Grade (CGPA 2.00) in General Paper; and C Grade (CGPA 2.00) in any TWO (2) of the taken subjects in the STPM; and Sat for the Malaysia University English Test (MUET).

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(ii) Special Requirements of the Programme A minimum pass with a C Grade (2.00) in any TWO (2) of the following subjects: Mathematics T Advanced Mathematics T Physics Chemistry. A pass in Mathematics with a credit at the SPM/equivalent level. Diploma (i) University Basic Requirements A pass in the Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia or equivalent with a credit in Bahasa Melayu/Bahasa Malaysia. Diploma or an equivalent as recognized by the Malaysian Government and approved by the UTM Senate; and Sat for the Malaysia University English Test (MUET). (ii) Special Requirements of the Programme Mechanical Engineering Diploma or an equivalent diploma holders from UTM or any recognized institution with a minimum CGPA 2.50 or other diploma recognized by Malaysian Government which is related to the program and approved by the UTM Senate. Candidates with a minimum CGPA 2.50; or candidates with CGPA less than 2.50 but more than 2.30 with two years of relevant working experience may apply. Passed with a credits in Mathematics at the SPM or equivalent or a minimum of C Grade in one of the Mathematics subjects taken at diploma levels. Candidates are required to submit complete diploma transcripts (from first to final semesters) to UTM. Candidates are also required to submit a copy of diploma certificate or confirmation letter of study completion. For all application, priority will be given to candidates who pass with a credit in Mechanical Engineering, Electrical/ Electronic Engineering and Civil Engineering Studies at the SPM level. Passed an interview and MEdSI test.

13. Program Objectives 1. To enable graduates to apply their disciplinary knowledge and skills in the field of Mechanical Engineering and education in the planning, implementation and management of educational-related activities. 2. To produce graduates who able to apply ICT in the planning, implementation and management of educational-related activities. 3. To produce graduates who are able to communicate effectively and efficiently across a wide range of contexts. 4. To produce graduates who are able to respond and adapt readily to changing situations and to continue learning independently in the acquisition of new knowledge and skills in mechanical engineering and technical education field. 5. To produce holistic graduates capable of developing themselves and able to facilitate Physical, emotional, spiritual and intellectual development of their prospective students.

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14. Programme Learning Outcomes Intended Learning Outcomes Teaching and Learning Methods (a) Technical Knowledge and Competencies L01. Knowledge of Mechanical Engineering
To apply and demonstrate knowledge, understanding and application in Mechanical Engineering creatively and innovatively. Demonstrate knowledge of pedagogy, psychology, philosophy, assessment and other fields related to the profession of teaching. Lectures, seminars, laboratory works, independent research, problem-based learning.

Assessment

Examinations, laboratory reports, seminar presentations, discussions, group projects, independent projects.

LO2. Aspects of Educational Knowledge


Microteaching, teaching practicum, lectures, tutorials, seminars, laboratory works, directed reading, independent research, problem-based learning. Microteaching presentations, teaching practicum, examinations, laboratory reports, seminar presentations, discussions, problem-based exercises, group projects, independent projects.

To apply and to demonstrate knowledge and skills in ICT and Multimedia creatively and innovatively.

LO3. Knowledge and Skills in ICT and Multimedia Lectures, seminars, laboratory Examinations, laboratory reports, seminar works, independent research, presentations, discussions, group projects, problem-based learning, independent projects, alternatives modes interactive learning, experiential assessment. learning, use of software, internet, calculators, worksheets . (b) Generic Skills LO4. Communication Skills

To demonstrate skills and competencies in communicating knowledge, theories, concepts and practices of Mechanical Engineering Education either in written or oral form to appropriate audience.
Portraying abilities to learn independently, creative, innovative and actively participate in the teaching and learning process.

Group projects, independent research, laboratory works, group discussion and presentation.

Oral presentation, Written assignments, laboratory reports, essays, thesis.

LO5. Critical Thinking and Problem Solving Skills


Independent research projects, group research projects, industrial training or Teaching Practice. Industrial training report or Lesson Plan, Individual project, teaching portfolio.

LO6. Team Working Skills


Portraying abilities to work constantly with others who possess various knowledge, skills and attitude so as to achieve concerted aims. Group discussion and project. Group project presentation and reports.

LO7. Lifelong Learning and Information Management Independent research projects, Industrial training report, independent project report, Utilize the concept of industrial training. learning portfolios. Mechanical Engineering and education as ongoing process of life. LO8. Entrepreneurship
Practice positive attitude and develop an awareness in entrepreneurship as a career. Tutorials, laboratory works, group assignments. Business Plan, Business Projects, Group reports

LO09. Ethics and Professional Morale


Practice positive attitude and develop Tutorials, laboratory works, group Group reports, learning logs/diaries..

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the work ethics as important components in Mechanical Engineering and teaching profession. Develop and practice good Leadership qualities.

assignments.

LO10. Leadership Skills


Independent research projects, group research projects, industrial training, teaching practical Industrial training report, independent project report, learning portfolios

15. Classification of Subjects No. Classification i. University a. General b. Language c. Co-curriculum ii. General Education iii. Specialized Education (Mechanical Engineering) iv. Information and Multimedia Technology v. General Technical and Vocational Education Courses vi. Practicum (Teaching Practice & Industrial Training) vii. Final Year Undergraduate Project TOTAL

Credit Hours 8 6 2 13 66 4 8 11 6 124

Percentage 12.90

10.48 53.23 3.23 6.45 8.87 4.84 100

15. Based on Quality Assurance Ministry of Higher Education No. Classification Credit Hours A Fundamental of Education a) Theory Based 12 b) Final Year Undergraduate Project 6 c) Information Technology and Multimedia 4 Total credit hours for Part A Subject Matter and Methodology a) Lecture b) Lecture and Laboratory c) Laboratory/Field works Total credit hours for Part B Practicum a) Teaching Practice b) Industrial Training c) Micro Teaching Total credit hours for Part C Contemporary Issue in Education and Society a) University Compulsory Subject b) Language c) Co-Curriculum Total credit hours for Part D Total Credit Hours For Part A, B, C and D 22

Percentage 17.74

59.68 56 6 12 74 9.67 8 3 1 12 12.91 8 6 2 16 124 124 credit hours

100

16. Total credit hours to graduate

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17. Programme structures and features, curriculum and award requirements The course is offered in full-time mode and based on a 2 Semester academic year with several subjects being delivered and assessed in each semester. Assessment : 50% examination, 50% coursework Note: Some laboratory subjects 100% course work Award requirements: Students should: achieve a total of 124 credit hours with a minimum CPA of 2.0. pass industrial training (equivalent to 3 credit hours). pass teaching practice (equivalent to 8 credit hours). complete the undergraduate project at year four. YEAR 4
Semester 1 UQ- - - -1 UHB3---2 SPP 4052 SPE 4052 SPE 4612 Total 17 credit hrs SPM 1012 SMU 3612 SMU 3812 SPU 4902 Semester 2 SPP 4-- 2 SPE 4312 SPE 4512 SPE 4602 Total 14 credit hrs SMU 2312 SPU 4904

YEAR 3
Semester 1 + SPA 3008 Semester 2 SPP 3042 SPE 3002 SPE 3022 SPE 3402 SPE 3502 Total 16 credit hrs SPE 3512 SMU 2412 SMU 2512 SPA 3113*

Total 8 credit hrs

* Compulsory 8 weeks Industrial Training (equivalent to 3 credit hours) during the break after completing semester 6 +Compulsory 12 weeks teaching practice (equivalent to 8 credit hours) in semester 5

YEAR 2
Semester 1 UQ- -- - 1 ULT 2132 SPP 2002 SPM 1002 SPE 2022 Total 17 credit hrs SPE 2062 SPE 2112 SPE 2402 SMU 2112 Semester 2 UHS 2- -2 UHB 2422 SPA 2001 SPE 2012 SPE 2032 Total 17 credit hrs SPE 2502 SPE 2602 SMU 2212 SPE 2302

YEAR 1
Semester 1 ULT 1022 SSH 1803 SPE 1002 SPE 1012 SPE 1032 SEU 1003 Semester 2 UHS 1152 UHB 1412 SPP 1002 SPP 1012 SPE 1602 Total 18 credit hrs SPE 1022 SPE 1302 SMU 1212 SMU 2712

Total 14 credit hrs

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18. Mapping of Programme Learning Outcomes to Subjects Core Subjects Offered Code SPE 1002 SPE1012 SPE1032 SPE1602 SPE1022 SPE1302 SPE2022 SPE2062 SPE2112 SPE2402 SPE2012 SPE2032 SPE2502 SPE2602 SPE2302 SPE3002 SPE3022 SPE4312 SPE3402 SPE3502 SPE3512 SPE4052 SPE4612 SPE4512 Course Basic Engineering Drawing Basic Trade Workshop Safety Engineering Materials Engineering Drawing I Welding and Fabrication Practice Fundamental of Technical & Vocational Education Measurement and Evaluation in VTE Computer Assisted Technical Drawing Basic Engineering Technology Teaching Methods in VTE Basic Invention Engineering Technology I System Design Petrol and Diesel Practice Commerce and Entrepreneurship Industry and VTE Metal Machining Practice Architectural Drawing Engineering Technology II Basic Robotic and Mechatronic Organisation and Workshop Management Basic Pneumatic & Hydraulic Technology of Communication Laboratory Manufacturing Technology Engineering Matematics Basic Electrical Engineering Static Basic Production Technology Mechanic of Solid Dynamics Thermodynamics Industrial Design Material Science Industrial Engineering Fluid Mechanics LO1 a a a a a a a a a a a a LO2 b LO3 c c c 2 b c c c c b 2 2

Learning Outcomes LO4 LO5 LO6 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 LO7 LO8 LO9 LO10

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SPP4--2 SPP4052

SPP1012 SPP3042 SPP1002 SPP2002 SPM1002 SPM1012 SPU4902 SPU4904 SPA3008 SPA3003 SPA2001 UHB 1412 UHB2422 UHB 3 -- 2 ULT 2132 ULT 1022 UHS 1152 UQ - -- - 1 UQ - -- -1 UHS 2- -- - 2

Educational Elective Sociology and Professionalism in Education Psychology of Education Research Methods in Education Philosophy of Education Fundamental of Pedagogy Teaching and Learning Technology Telecommunication and Networking Undergraduate Project I Undergraduate Project II Teaching Practice Industrial Training Microteaching English for academic communication Advanced English for academic communication English Language Elective Islam and Current Issues TITAS Ethnic Relationship Co Curriculum I Co Curriculum II Nationality Elective

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Key: Technical Skills : a = major contribution to outcomes; b=moderate contribution to outcomes; c = minor contribution to out Comes Generic Skills : 1 = Substantial (with assessment) 2 = not substantial(introduction) 19. Career Prospects Graduates of the programme can work as teachers in government or private technical and secondary schools or as lecturers in higher learning institution. 20. Cross Campus Students are given the opportunity a chance to enroll few courses in participating universities and the grades and credits up to 1/3 of the total credits of the curriculum are transferable. At the moment, there are four participating universities. i.e. Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, Universiti Sains Malaysia, Universiti Malaya, and Universiti Malaysia Sarawak. 21. Support for students and their learning 1. Induction program for orientation and introducing study skills. 2. Students academic handbook (CD-ROM included). 3. Library and study skills packages. 4. Internet and e-learning facilities. 5. Personal advisor to assist students in their academic years. 6. Email and personal web for students (http://siswa.utm.my)

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22. Methods for evaluating and improving the quality and standard of teaching and learning 1. Staff appraisal for each semester 2. Teaching and learning committee 3. Staff expected to attain masters degree or higher qualifications 4. Institutional staff development courses 23. Indicators of quality and standards 1. Award for being an outstanding educator (i.e. Tokoh Pendidik) 2. Award for students achievement (i.e. Anugerah Dekan)

24. Facilities Available 1. Wood Working Workshop 2. Computer Laboratory 3. Agriculture Science Laboratory 4. Farming Plot 5. Electrical Engineering Workshop 6. Electronic Engineering Workshop 7. Food Service Laboratory 8. Fabric and Clothing Laboratory 9. Building Construction Workshop 10. Plastic and Fiberglass Technology Workshop 11. Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Technology Workshop 12. Fabrication and Welding Technology Workshop 13. Metal and Machining Workshop 14. Pneumatic Laboratory 15. Engineering Drawing Room