2011 - Faculty of Engineering, University of Malaya

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Prospectus for Undergraduate
Bachelor of
Biomedical Engineering
Session 2011/2012
Contents

UM : Mission Statement, Vision Statement and Core Values
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Faculty of Engineering : Mission Statement, Vision Statement, Student and
Academic Programmes
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Message from the Dean, Faculty of Engineering
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Administration Organisation Chart
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Faculty of Engineering Administrative Staff
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Academic Schedule for the 2009/2010 Academic Year

Prohibition Against Plagiarism
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The Engineering Library
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Brief Profile of the Department
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Introduction of Outcome Based Education (OBE)
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Programme Educational Objective and Programme Outcome
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Academic Staff
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Support Staff
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Curriculum Structure
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Academic Planner
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Requirement for Graduation
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Course Pro-forma and Course Information
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UNIVERSITY OF MALAYA
MISSION
To advance knowledge and learning through quality research and education for the nation
and humanity.
VISION
To be an internationally renowned institution of higher learning in research, innovation,
publication and teaching.
CORE VALUES
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Integrity
Respect
Academic Freedom
Open-mindedness
Accountability
Proffesionalism
Meritocracy
Teamwork
Creativity
Social Responsibility
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FACULTY OF ENGINEERING
MISSION
To advance engineering knowledge and learning through quality education and research in
the pursuit of the fulfilling aspirations of the University and nation.
VISION
We strive to be an internationally renowned Faculty of Engineering in research, innovation,
publication and teaching.
STUDENTS
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Continue to produce highly competent and skilled individuals with leadership qualities
and good interpersonal skills.
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Contribute to nation-building by producing good citizens who respect universal human
values.
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Have students of diverse backgrounds who respect and internalise diversity.
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Inculcate of social awareness and obligation values.
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Develop students to have an international outlook and outreach.
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Develop students to become highly competent engineers capable of identifying ,
formulating, and solving problems in a creative and innovative manner.
ACADEMIC PROGRAMMES
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Ensure academic programmes are relevant, current, innovative and internationally
recognised to meet national and global needs.
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Continously develop academic programmes that inspire and tap students‘ potential.
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Ensure academic programmes are accredited by local and international engineering
professional bodies.
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Continously develop programmes that are relevant to industrial requirements.
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MESSAGE FROM THE DEAN FACULTY OF ENGINEERING
Assalamualaikum w.r.t dan Salam Sejahtera
Welcome to the Faculty of Engineering, University of Malaya.
Engineering education, at the tertiary level, began in Malaysia in 1956 with the establishment
of the Engineering Department at University of Malaya‘s Bukit Timah campus in Singapore.
Only a Bachelor degree course in Civil Engineering was offered then. The department was
upgraded to a faculty when University of Malaya relocated to its campus in Lembah Pantai in
1958. In the same year, the second bachelor degree course in Mechanical Engineering was
introduced. A year later, a Bachelor Degree course in Electrical Engineering was added to
the number of courses available to undergraduates. In 1970, the Faculty introduced the
fourth course, a bachelor degree in Chemical Engineering. All four courses were turned into
respective departments in 1974. In the 1996/97 session, the Faculty introduced six other
courses namely in Telecommunication Engineering, Environmental Engineering, Materials
Engineering, Computer Aided Design and Manufacturing Engineering and Biomedical
Engineering.
To-date, the Faculty has six departments i.e the Department of Civil Engineering,
Department of Electrical Engineering, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Department of
Chemical Engineering, the Department of Engineering Design & Manufacture and the
Department of Biomedical Engineering. The Faculty now offers 12 courses, with the latest
addition of the Bachelor of Biomedical Engineering (Prosthetics and Orthotics), which was
introduced in the 2009/2010 session. All engineering courses, offered by University of
Malaya, have been accreditated by the Engineering Accreditation Council (EAC), the Board
of Engineers, Malaysia (BEM) in order for all undergraduate engineering students to
register with them, upon graduation. All programmes have been structured such, that they
meet the nation and the stakeholder‘s vision of producing responsible, multi-talented and
highly qualified engineers of excellent leadership quality. This is evident from the Programme
Outcome and Programme Educational Objectives mapped out for each course, offered.
In line with the global tertiary education scenario, efforts are in place to drive the Faculty
towards excellence and to ensure that the human capital produced by the university meets
current needs. Towards this direction, the Faculty has adopted the National Tertiary
Education Strategic Plan and inputs from various stakeholder programmes as the basis, to
improve the quality, competitiveness and creativity of each course offered. As a preliminary
step to ensure that all courses offered, are relevant to market needs, the faculty is reviewing
the overall curriculum in order to produce engineering graduates of high calibre.
Internationalisation is also the Faculty of Engineering‘s agenda and part of the thrust of the
National Tertiary Education Strategic Plan. Beginning with the 2007/08 session, international
students were also recruited to pursue engineering courses at the Faculty. With the presence
of international students, alongside Malaysian students, it‘s the Faculty‘s aspiration to make
the students adopt a more global and open-minded approach in order to enhance their
overall level of competitiveness. We hope all undergraduates will be able to successfully
complete their courses and be able to secure successful careers, upon graduation.
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MANAGEMENT STAFF
FACULTY OF ENGINEERING
Dean
:
Prof. Dr. Mohd Hamdi Abd Shukor
Tel: 03-79675200
E-mail: [email protected]
Deputy Dean
(Undergraduate)
:
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Noor Azuan Abu Osman
Tel: 03-79675201
E-mail: [email protected]
Deputy Dean (Postgraduate)
:
Assoc. Prof. Ir. Dr. Abd Aziz Abd Raman
Tel: 03-79674477
E-mail: [email protected]
Deputy Dean (Research)
:
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Faisal Rafiq Mahamd
Adikan
Tel: 03-79675202
E-mail: [email protected]
Deputy Dean (Development)
:
Assoc. Prof. Ir. Dr. Yau Yat Huang
Tel: 03-79675202
E-mail: [email protected]
Principal Assistant Registrar :
Mrs. Mariam Mohd Ali
Tel: 03-79675356/7638
E-mail: [email protected]
Assistant Registrar
(Postgraduate Studies)
:
Mrs. Che Mazni Sidek
Tel: 03-79674482
E-mail: [email protected]
Assistant Registrar
(Undergraduate Studies)
:
Mr. Yan Mohd Nor Alif Mohamad Noh
Tel: 03-79677636
E-mail: [email protected]
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ACADEMIC SCHEDULE SESSION 2011/2012
FACULTY OF ENGINEERING
SEMESTER I, SESSION 2011/2012
Induction Week
Lectures
Mid-Semester Break/Special Break
Lectures
Revision
Semester I Examination
Semester I Break
1 Week
8 Weeks*
1 Week*
6 Weeks
1 Week**
3 Weeks
3 Weeks+
04.09.2011 – 11.09.2011
12.09.2011 – 04.11.2011
05.11.2011 – 13.11.2011
14.11.2011 – 23.12.2011
24.12.2011 – 02.01.2012
03.01.2012 – 20.01.2012
21.01.2012 – 12.02.2012
23 Weeks
SEMESTER II, SESSION 2011/2012
Lectures
Mid-Semester II Break
Lecturers
Revision
Semester II Examination
7 Weeks
1 Week+
7 Weeks
1 Week
3 Weeks
13.02.2012 – 30.03.2012
31.03.2012 – 08.04.2012
09.04.2012 – 25.05.2012
26.05.2012 – 03.06.2012
04.06.2012 – 22.06.2012
19 Weeks
SESSION BREAK / SPECIAL SEMESTER
Session Break
Lecturers & Examination
11 Weeks
Or
8 Weeks
23.06.2012 – 02.09.2012
25.06.2012 – 17.08.2012
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Deepavali Public Holiday (26th October 2011)
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Aidil Adha Public Holiday (6th November 2011)
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Chrismas Public Holiday (25th Disember 2011)
+
Chinese New Year Public Holiday (23rd & 24th January 2012)
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PROHIBITION AGAINST PLAGIARISM
Extract from University of Malaya (Discipline of Students) Rules 1999.
6 (1). A student shall not plagiarize any idea/writing, data or invention belonging to another
person.
(2). For the purposes of this rule, plagiarism includes:(a)
the act of taking an idea, writing, data or invention of another person and
claiming that the idea, writing, data or invention is the result of one‘s own
findings or creation; or
(b)
an attempt to make out or the act of making out, in such a way, that one is
the original source or the creator of an idea, writing, data or invention which
has actually been taken from some other source.
(3). Without prejudice to the generality of subrule (2) a student plagiarizes when he
(a)
publishes, with himself as the author, an abstract, article, scientific or
academic paper, or book which is wholy or partly written by some other
person;
(b)
incorporates himself or allows himself to be incorporated as a co-author of an
abstract, article, scientific or academic paper, or book, when he has not at all
made any written contribution to the abstract, article, scientific or academic
paper, or book;
(c)
forces another person to include his name in the list of co-researchers for a
particular research project or in the list of co-authors for a publication when he
has not made any contribution which may qualify him as a co-researcher or
co-author;
(d)
extracts academic data which are the results of research undertaken by some
other person, such as laboratory findings or field work findings or data
obtained through library research, whether published or unpublished, and
incorporate those data as part of his academic research without giving due
acknowledgement to the actual source;
(e)
uses research data obtained through collaborative work with some other
person, whether or not that other person is a staff member or a student of the
University, as part of another distinct personal academic research of his, or for
a publication in his own name as sole author without obtaining the consent of
his co-researchers prior to embarking on his personal research or prior to
publishing the data;
(f)
transcribes the ideas or creations of others kept in whatever form whether
written, printed or available in electronic form, or in slide form, or in whatever
form of teaching or research apparatus or in any other form, and claims
whether directly or indirectly that he is the creator of that idea or creation;
(g)
translates the writing or creation of another person from one language to
another whether or not wholly or partly, and subsequently presents the
translation in whatever form or manner as his own writing or creation; or
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(h)
extracts ideas from another person‘s writing or creation and makes certain
modifications without due reference to the original source and rearranges
them in such a way that it appears as if he is the creator of those ideas.
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ENGINEERING’S LIBRARY
INTRODUCTION
The Engineering Library is situated on Level 6, of Laboratory Wing of the Engineering Tower
at the Faculty of Engineering. It started out as a Reading Room at the Faculty of
Engineering. In 1985 this library was absorbed under the University of Malaya Library
System and is known as the Engineering Library. The library provides services and facilities
for lecturers, researchers, students and staff of the Engineering Faculty, including the Faculty
of Built Environment. This library is also open to all students in campus, and registered
members of the UM Library.
General Collection
This library has a general collection of text and reference books, encyclopedias, dictionaries,
manuals, guide books and technical reports. A large portion of the collection can be
borrowed.
Books in this library are arranged according to subject matter, based on the Library of
Congress Classification System, i.e. according to alphabetical order.
Final Year Project Report, Dissertations and Theses
The collection is the result of research undertaken by students of the Faculty of Engineering.
A large portion of the collection is the Final Year Project Report. The collection is used for
reference purpose only.
Standards
This library has a collection of standards including that of, the British Standard Institute (BSI)
(until the year 2000), some Malaysian standards from the Standards Industrial Research
Institute of Malaysia (SIRIM), and other standards such as the American Standards for
Testing Material (ASTM). These standards are arranged according to the index arrangement
provided by the issuing bodies for these standards, such as the British Standards Institute or
SIRIM. These standards are for reference purpose only.
Audio Visual Materials
The audio visual material available at the Library include film rolls, film strips, diskettes,
compact discs, audio tapes, videos, and slides on topic related to Engineering and
Architecture. Facilities to view these materials are provided by the library.
SERVICES
Loans
All lecturers, academic staff and registered students are allowed to borrow from the library.
User Category
Lecturers
Part-Time Lecturers
Tutor
UM Officer
Postgraduate Students
Undergraduate Students
No. of Engineering Books
10
6
6
2
6
4
Period of Loan
30 days
30 days
30 days
30 days
14 days
7 days
Renewal of reading materials can be done through the internet (Pendeta Web PAC)
according to the rules and regulations.
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Inter-Library Loan Service
The Inter-Library Loan Service facility is available to lecturers, researchers and
postgraduates at the Faculty of Engineering. This facility is to allow them to obtain articles
which are not available in the UM Library collection. Service conditions are according to the
rules stated.
Information Services
The Library offers reference and information services. This includes attending to queries and
obtaining information from the database for users of UM Library within and outside the
campus.
Current Information Services
The Library offers current information on latest subscriptions to online databases, and
circulates the list of new materials obtained by the library to lecturers and researchers at the
Faculty through e-mail and letters.
USER SERVICES
Induction programmes are conducted at the Main Library and Engineering Library at the
beginning of each academic session. The main aim of this programme is to introduce the use
of the Online Public Access Catalog, Pendeta Web PAC, and library facilities to new
students.
Special information search sessions are also offered to postgraduate students, lecturers and
staff from time to time. In these sessions, emphasis is given to the use of Pendeta Web PAC,
CD-ROM and online database to search for reference materials in engineering and related
fields.
Electronic Sources
Online access (via Internet)
a. The UM Library subscribes to a number of online databases, including those related
to engineering. Registered library users may access these databases via the UM
Library Website http://www.umlib.edu.my, in the ―online databases‖ section. The user
is required to key in the ―user ID‖ before being allowed to access this database.
b. Catalogues in the online Engineering Library are a part of the online catalogue of the
UM Library and may be accessed through the UM Library website
http://www.pendetaumlib.um.edu.my
SERVICE HOURS
Monday -Thursday
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8:30 am - 5.30 pm
Friday
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8.30 am – 12.30 noon
2.45 pm – 5.30 pm
The Engineering Library are closed on Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays.
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For enquiries please contact:
The Librarian
Mrs. Adida Md Amin
Email : [email protected]
Address
Engineering‘s Library
University of Malaya
50603 Lembah Pantai
Kuala Lumpur
Tel. : 03-7967 4591
Fax : 03-7967 5259
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DEPARTMENT OF BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING
University of Malaya was the first institute to offer a biomedical engineering undergraduate program in
Malaysia, having commenced intake in 1997. Having been formed as a Department in the year 2001,
our flagship undergraduate program is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Council (EAC) of
Malaysia. Our lectures are planned and delivered in conjunction with both University Malaya Medical
Centre‘s expert staff and representatives from the local Biomedical Engineering industry in order to
provide the very best in targeted transferable education.
There are many different taxonomic breakdowns within biomedical engineering such as bioinformatics,
biomaterials, biomechanics, tissue engineering, neuroengineering and physiological measurements.
The aim of the department is to produce professional engineers who are able to make technical
decision in biomedical engineering field.
The department also established a research center and specialized research laboratory in 2008.
Center for Applied Biomechanics (CAB) and Medical Informatics and Biological
Microelectromechanical Systems (MIMEMS) Laboratory are formed to enhance research activities in
this department.
Bachelor of Biomedical Engineering
Biomedical Engineering involves the application of the latest advances in engineering and scientific
knowledge for biomedical use. Our undergraduate programme prepares students for positions in
biomedical engineering industries or to pursue advanced postgraduate studies. During the first and
second years of study, you will focus upon core electrical and mechanical engineering and biologybased topics giving you a firm foundation upon which to build the rest of your degree program. To
enhance your soft skills a Critical Thinking and Communication Courses are provided to all students.
The third year moves engineering topics to a more advanced level as well as incorporating an
industrial placement module, bringing both a higher level of practical expertise and engineering
exposure which will benefit students throughout the rest of the programme and in their future careers.
Prior to industrial placement, students have an opportunity to interact with medical specialists at the
University of Malaya Medical Centre (UMMC) that adds further depth to their work. This provides
student an opportunity to suggest solutions to overcome the problem faced by UMMC.
The final year is dominated by the final year thesis project and elective topics. The elective
components permit students to shape their own direction as preparation for a future career. Due to
diverse specialties of our lecturers, students have opportunity to specialize in a wide range of fields. At
the end of the thesis project, the students are obliged to present and defend their project. The
Department organizes visits to industry every year to expose students to a commercial working
environment. There are also lectures from the industry in every semester to enable students to hear
first hand from prominent biomedical engineers.
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INTRODUCTION TO OUTCOME-BASED EDUCATION (OBE)
Outcome-Based Education (OBE) is an approach in education system that more concern toward the
outcome's achievement rather than education processes. The focus of OBE's approach is the
outcome that needed in preparing the student to enter the career world.
The effort by Faculty of Engineering, University Malaya in implementing the OBE's curriculum since
2004, is in conjunction with the requirement of Ministry of Higher Education and Board of Engineers
Malaysia (BEM). The effort in approaching OBE in engineering education is in order to help Malaysia
to be a full member in Washington Accord (WA) that is an international agreement to recognized the
engineering degree equally. In order to implement this OBE approach, it takes more concern about
two main criteria that is Programme Educational Objectives (PEO) and Programme Outcomes
(PO) which is before this the criteria not been acknowledge. This PEO and PO need to be amend,
traced, scaled and evaluated in the education process.
Programme Educational Objectives (PEO)
Programme Educational Objectives (PEO) is an objective to a long term academic program which is
the expected achievements of graduates in their career and professional life few years after
graduation. The needs of PEO has been stated in Section 3.0, Engineering Programme Accreditation
Manual – 3rd Edition, Engineering Accreditation Council (EAC), Malaysia (EAC‘s Manual, 2005).
Programme Outcomes (PO)
Programme Outcomes (PO) is short term outcomes that are expected to attain by the student when
they finish their study. The needs of PEO have been stated in Section 4.0, EAC‘s Manual (2005).
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PHILOSOPHY OF EDUCATION
The programme shall, in the main, teach engineering science as opposed to engineering technology
so as to give the graduates a strong theoretical understanding of the various engineering principles
involved in their professional work
PROGRAMME EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES (PEO)
"to produce confident graduates with biomedicalengineering competency and with soft-skills to
become effective managers and leaders for the nation and for humanity."
Explanation
Programme Educational Objective are specific goals consistent with the mission and vision of the IHL,
that are responsive to the expressed interest of the programme stakeholders, describing the expected
achievements of graduates in their career and professional life few years after graduation.
Engineers who are competent in biomedical engineering have the ability to carry out critical and
creative analyze in designing biomedical engineering related solutions by applying the latest
engineering tools and techniques. This includes keeping up-to-date with the latest technological
breakthrough and knowledge in engineering to obtain optimum engineering solution to meet current
demands.
Engineers who have good intrapersonal and interpersonal skills are well-trained to communicate
effectively at technical and non-technical levels. This would develop an effective working relationship
with the superiors and subordinates, as well as with the community at large.
Engineers who are in management positions with leadership abilities are able to make appropriate
technical decisions and practice good work ethics within the context of sustainable development in a
globalised economy. As an effective manager, the person required not only the ability to manage and
plan available resources to achieve optimum results but also make decisions with ethical and social
responsibilities.
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PROGRAMME OUTCOMES (PO)
Programme Outcomes are statements that describe what biomedical students are expected to know
and be able to perform by the time of graduation. They are 12 PO's that falls into 3 main aspects. In
order to facilitate the achievement of these 12 PO's, 59 sub PO's are introduced.
Technical Skills
PO1)
PO2)
PO3)
PO4)
PO5)
Ability to acquire and apply knowledge in engineering fundamentals.
Ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as to acquire, analyze, interpret and report
experimental data.
Ability to design biomedical engineering systems, components or processes to meet desired
needs to provide for sustainable development.
Ability to identify and solve biomedical engineering problems.
Ability to use the current engineering techniques, skills, and tools necessary for biomedical
engineering practice.
Soft Skills
PO6)
PO7)
PO8)
Ability to communicate effectively, not only with engineers but also with the community at
large.
Ability to function effectively as a leader with management and entrepreneurship skills as well
as an active member in a multi-disciplinary team.
Ability to apply thinking skills in solving problems.
General Knowledge
PO9)
Understanding of and commitment to biomedical engineering professional and ethical
responsibilities.
PO10) Understanding of the social, cultural, and environmental responsibilities (local and global) of a
professional biomedical engineer.
PO11) Understanding the need to undertake lifelong learning and possessing the ability to do so.
PO12) Knowledgeable in contemporary biomedical engineering issues.
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ACADEMIC STAFF
Dr. Ahmad Khairi Abdul Wahab
Dip Elect Eng (ITM), BEng (Cardiff), MEngSc (Malaya), PhD (Malaya)
HEAD OF DEPARTMENT, SENIOR LECTURER
Specialization Biomedical Control Systems
Tel 03-79674581 Email [email protected]
Dr. Ir. Wan Abu Bakar Wan Abas
Dip. Mech E (TC), BSc , PhD (Strathclyde), MIMechE
SENIOR RESEARCH FELLOW
Specialization Biomechanics, Tissue Mechanics & Motion Analysis
Tel 03-79675249 Email [email protected]
Dr. Nurazah Hamzaid
BEng (IIUM), PhD (Sydney)
COORDINATOR OF PROSTHETICS & ORTHOTICS PROGRAMME,
SENIOR LECTURER
Specialization Rehabilitation Engineering
Tel 03-79674487 Email [email protected]
Dr. Noor Azuan Abu Osman
BEng (Bradford), MSc, PhD (Strathclyde), MISB
ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR
Specialization Biomechanics, Prosthetics, Orthotics & Motion Analysis
Tel 03-79675201 Email [email protected]
Dr. Fatimah Ibrahim
BSc (Marquette), MSc (Hertfordshire), PhD (Malaya)
ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR
Specialization Medical Informatics & Bioinstrumentation
Tel 03-79676818 Email [email protected]
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Dr. W Mohd Azhar Wan Ibrahim
Dip. Civil Eng (ITM), BSc, M.Applied.Stat (Malaya), MII, PhD (NUT)
ASSOCIATE PROFFESOR
Specialization Biomaterials
Tel 03-79675312 Email [email protected]
Dr. Belinda Murphy
BBEng (Malaya), PhD (Queen Mary)
SENIOR LECTURER
Specialization Tissue Engineering
Tel 03-79674491 Email [email protected]
Dr. Ting Hua Nong
BEng (UTM), MEng (UTM), PhD (UTM)
SENIOR LECTURER
Specialization Biomedical Signal Processing
Tel 03-79676882 Email [email protected]
Dr. Lim Einly
BBEng (Malaya), MEngSc (Malaya), PhD (UNSW)
SENIOR LECTURER
Specialization Physiological Modeling
Tel 03-79677612 Email [email protected]
Dr. Nahrizul Adib Kadri
BBEng (Malaya), MBiomedEng (NSW), PhD (Surrey)
LECTURER
Specialization BioMEMS
Tel 03-79674485 Email [email protected]
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Dr. Ng Siew Cheok
BEng (Malaya), MEngSc (Malaya), PhD (Malaya)
LECTURER
Specialization Biomedical Signal Processing
Tel 03-79676819 Email [email protected]
Norita Mohd Zain
BSc (UKM), MTech (Malaya)
LECTURER
Specialization Biomaterials
Tel 03-79676890 Email [email protected]
Raha Mat Ghazali
BBEng (Malaya), MBiomedEng (NSW)
LECTURER
Specialization Biomaterials
Tel 03-79677665 Email [email protected]
Mohd Yazed Ahmad
BEng (Malaya), MEngSc (Malaya)
LECTURER (SLAB-AUSTRALIA)
Specialization Biomedical Control Systems
Email [email protected]
Ummi Syahirah Md. Ali
BEng (IIUM)
TUTOR (TEMPORARY)
Specialization Prosthetics and Orthotics
Tel 03-79676808 Email [email protected]
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Nasrul Anuar Abd. Razak
BEng (IIUM)
TUTOR (TEMPORARY)
Specialization Prosthetics and Orthotics
Tel 03-79677629 Email [email protected]
Norazmira Md. Noh
BBEng (Malaya)
TUTOR (TEMPORARY)
Specialization Artificial Organ
Tel 03-79677615 Email [email protected]
Nur Ain Iftitah Mohamad Razali
BBEng (Malaya)
TUTOR (TEMPORARY)
Specialization Biomaterials
Email [email protected]
Noor Hazrin Hany Mohamad Hanif
BEng (UTP), MSc (Imperial)
TUTOR (TEMPORARY)
Specialization Biomedical Control Systems
Email [email protected]
Juliana Usman
BBEng (Malaya), MEngSc (Malaya)
FELLOW (SLAB-AUSTRALIA)
Specialization Biomechanics
Email [email protected]
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Salmah Karman
BEng (Japan), MEngSc (Malaya)
FELLOW (SLAB-UM)
Specialization BioMEMS
Email [email protected]
Khairunnisa Hasikin
BEng (Malaya)
FELLOW (SLAB-USM)
Specialization BioMEMS
Email [email protected]
Chai Yoke Chin
BBMedSc (Malaya), MEngSc (Malaya)
FELLOW (SLAI-BELGIUM)
Specialization Tissue Engineering
Email [email protected]
Mas Sahidayana Mokhtar
BBEng (Malaya), MEngSc (Malaya)
FELLOW (SLAB-AUSTRALIA)
Specialization Physiological Modeling
Email [email protected]
Nooranida Ariffin
BBEng (Malaya), MSc (Eastern Michigan)
FELLOW (SLAB-UK)
Specialization Prosthetics & Orthothics
Email [email protected]
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Farina Muhamad
BSc (Case Western), Mres (Imperial)
FELLOW (SLAB-UK)
Specialization Artificial Organs
Email [email protected]
Haliza Mat Husain
BEng (Malaya), MSc Eng (UTM)
FELLOW (SLAB-GERMANY)
Specialization Bioinstrumentation
Email [email protected]
Herman Shah Abdul Rahman
BEng (Malaya), MEngSc (Malaya)
FELLOW (SLAB-UM)
Specialization Biomechanics (orthopaedics)
Email [email protected]
Mohammad Faiz Mohamed Saaid
BEng (UTM), MEng (UTM)
FELLOW (BRIGHT SPARK PROGRAM-UM)
Specialization Biomedical signal processing
Email [email protected]
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SUPPORT STAFF
Fadzli Abu Bakar
Senior Technician
Polytechnic Certificate Electronics
Laboratory Electromagnetic and Artificial Organ Laboratory
Tel 79676810 Email [email protected]
Mohd. Asni Mohamed
Computer Technician
Diploma of Computer Science
Laboratory Computer Laboratory
Tel 79677626 Email [email protected]
Adhli Iskandar Putera Hamzah
Technician
Polytechnic Certificate Mechanical
Laboratory Tissue Engineering Laboratory
Tel 79677616 Email [email protected]
Mohd Firdaus Jamil
Technician
Polytechnic Certificate Mechanical
Laboratory Motion Analysis and Biomechanics Laboratory
Tel 79676808/6871 Email [email protected]
Mohd Hanafi Zainal Abidin
Technician
Polytechnic Certificate Electronics
Laboratory Biomaterials Laboratory
Tel 79676814 Email [email protected]
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Fairus Hanum Mohammad
Technician
Higher National Diploma in Medical Electronic Engineering
Laboratory Neuro-Engineering Laboratory
Tel 79677629 Email [email protected]
Hafizuddin Asman
Technician
Polytechnic Certificate Electronics
Laboratory Medical Electronics Laboratory
Tel 79677630 Email [email protected]
Ahmad Firdaus Omar
Technician
Diploma in Mechanical Engineering
Laboratory Tissue Mechanics and Body Performance Laboratory
Tel 79674486 Email [email protected]
Razalee Rahimi Abd Manaf
Technician
Polytechnic Certificate Mechanical Engineering
Laboratory Braces & Limbs Laboratory
Tel 79674592 Email [email protected]
Yuslialif Mohd Yusup
Technician
Polytechnic Certificate Mechanical
Laboratory Clinical Engineering
Tel 79676878 Email [email protected]
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Diploma in Mechanical Technology
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Technician (HLCB-Cambodia)
Diploma in Electronics Engineering
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Administrative Assistant
Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia
Administration Office
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Administrative Assistant
Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia
Administration Office
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Assistant Research Officer
BA (Malaya)
Administration Office
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Administrative Assistant
Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia
Administration Office
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General Assistant
Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia
Administration Office
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PROGRAMME STRUCTURE (MALAYSIAN)
DEGREE IN BACHELOR OF BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING
SESSION 2011/2012 (Malaysian Students)
Course
University
Course (15%)
Faculty
Course (85%)
TOTAL
(100%)
Contents
Credit*
University Compulsory Core Courses (TWU)
- Islamic and Asian Civilizations (TITAS)
- Thinking and Communication Skills
- Ethnic Relations
- Basic of Entrepreneurship Culture
2
3
2
2
University Compulsory Courses (TU)
- Information skills
- Co-curriculum
- English
1
2
6
Elective Courses (Outside faculty)
2
Sub-total Credit*
20
-
Faculty Compulsory Core Courses (TWF)
Department Compulsory Core Courses (TWJ)
Elective Core Courses (Compulsory) Department
(TP(W)J)
17
87
8
Sub-total Credit*
112
Total Credit*
132
28
PROGRAMME STRUCTURE (INTERNATIONAL)
DEGREE IN BACHELOR OF BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING
SESSION 2011/2012 (International students)
Course
University
Course (15%)
Faculty
Course (85%)
TOTAL
(100%)
Contents
University Compulsory Core Courses (TWU)
- Islamic and Asian Civilizations (TITAS)
(Optional)
- Thinking and Communication Skills
- Introduction to Malaysia
- Basic of Entrepreneurship Culture
Credit*
2
3
2
2
University Compulsory Courses (TU)
- Information skills
- Co-curriculum
- English
1
2
6
Elective Courses (Outside faculty)
2
Sub-total Credit*
20
-
Faculty Compulsory Core Courses (TWF)
Department Compulsory Core Courses (TWJ)
Elective Core Courses (Compulsory) Department
(TP(W)J)
17
87
8
Sub-total Credit*
112
Total Credit*
132
29
COURSE OFFERING FOR DEGREE IN BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING PROGRAM
ACADEMIC SESSION 2011/2012 (Malaysian students)
CODE
COURSE
UNIVERSITY COURSES
GXEX 1401
Information skills
GXEX 1414
Islamic and Asian Civilizations (TITAS)
GXEX 1411
Ethnic Relations
GTEE11xx
English 1101/1103
GTEE 11xx
English 1103/1104
Co-curriculum
KXEX 2163
Thinking and Communication Skills
GXEX 1412
Basic of Entrepreneurship Culture
Elective Courses (other faculty)
Sub-total Credit*
FACULTY COURSES
KXEX 1110
Basic Materials Science
KXEX 1144
Basic Engineering Calculus
KXEX 1145
Basic Engineering Algebra
KXEX 2244
Ordinary Differential Equations
KXEX 2245
Vector Analysis
KXEX 2166
Law and Engineer
KXEX 2162
Economy, Finance & Engineer
Moral and Ethics in Engineering
KXEX 2165
Profession
Sub-total Credit*
DEPARTMENTAL COURSES
KUEU 1130
Statics
KUEU 1150
Human Anatomy and Physiology 1
KUEU 2141
Electrical Circuit Analysis
KUEU 1142
Biochemistry and analysis
KUEU 1171
Laboratory 1
KUEU 1151
Human Anatomy and Physiology 2
KUEU 1154
Dynamics
KUEU 1172
Laboratory 2
KUEU 2142
Electronics
KUEU 1143
Mechanical Engineering Design
KUEU 2173
Laboratory 3
KUEU 2136
Thermofluids
KUEU 2133
Computer and Programming
KUEU 2138
Mechanics of Materials
KUEU 2139
Medical Electronics
KUEU 2174
Laboratory 4
KUEU 2137
Biomechanics
KUEU 3147
Biomaterials
KUEU 2143
Microcomputer and Digital Systems
KUEU 3150
Biomedical Engineering Practices
KUEU 3175
Laboratory 5
Year 1
S1
S2
1
Year 2
S3
S4
2
Year 3
S5
S6
3
Year 4
S7
S8
1
2
2
20
2
3
3
2
3
2
10
5
1
0
0
0
3
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
5
4
2
4
0
0
2
3
3
3
1
0
17
2
3
3
3
1
2
3
1
3
3
1
3
2
3
3
1
3
3
3
1
1
2
3
1
3
3
1
3
2
3
3
1
3
3
3
1
1
KUEU 3233
Signals and Systems
3
3
KUEU 3148
KUEU 3149
Electromagnetism and Electrical Machines
Control Systems
3
3
3
3
KUEU 3245
KUEU 3146
Machines Mechanics
Biomedical Statistics
Safety, Standards and Ethics in
Biomedical Engineering
Capstone 1
Industrial Training
2
2
2
2
2
1
2
1
5
KUEU 4140
KUEU 4180
KUEU 2190
5
30
Pre-requisite
3
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
TOTAL
CREDIT
1
2
2
3
3
2
3
2
2
2
2
4
KUEU1130
KUEU2142
KXEX1144 &
KXEX1145
KUEU2142 &
KUEU2141
KUEU1130 &
KUEU1154
KUEU 4183
KUEU 4134
KUEU 4135
KUEU 4132
KUEU 4181
KUEU 43xx
KUEU 43xx
KUEU 4141
KUEU 4285
KUEU 43xx
KUEU 43xx
Graduation Project 1
Medical Instrumentation: Application and
Design
Management and Clinical Engineering
Artificial Organ and Biotransport
Capstone 2
Departmental Electives
Departmental Electives
Medical Imaging
Graduation Project 2
Departmental Electives
Departmental Electives
2
2
3
3
2
1
2
2
3
3
2
1
2
2
3
4
2
2
3
4
2
2
Sub-total Credit*
12
6
0
7
12
0
11
16
5
15
11
0
95
TOTAL CREDIT*
16
18
0
17
17
0
15
16
5
15
13
0
132
31
KUEU2142 &
KUEU2139
KUEU 4183
COURSE OFFERING FOR DEGREE IN BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING PROGRAM
ACADEMIC SESSION 2011/2012 (International students)
CODE
COURSE
UNIVERSITY COURSES
GXEX 1401
Information skills
GXEX 1414
Islamic and Asian Civilizations (TITAS)
GXEX 1413
Introduction to Malaysia
GTEE 11xx
English 1101/1103
GTEE 11xx
English 1103/1104
Co-curriculum
KXEX 2163
Thinking and Communication Skills
GXEX 1412
Basic of Entrepreneurship Culture
Elective Courses (other faculty)
Sub-total Credit*
FACULTY COURSES
KXEX 1110
Basic Materials Science
KXEX 1144
Basic Engineering Calculus
KXEX 1145
Basic Engineering Algebra
KXEX 2244
Ordinary Differential Equations
KXEX 2245
Vector Analysis
KXEX 2166
Law and Engineer
KXEX 2162
Economy, Finance & Engineer
Moral and Ethics in Engineering
KXEX 2165
Profession
Sub-total Credit*
DEPARTMENTAL COURSES
KUEU 1130
Statics
KUEU 1150
Human Anatomy and Physiology 1
KUEU 2141
Electrical Circuit Analysis
KUEU 1142
Biochemistry and analysis
KUEU 1171
Laboratory 1
KUEU 1151
Human Anatomy and Physiology 2
KUEU 1154
Dynamics
KUEU 1172
Laboratory 2
KUEU 2142
Electronics
KUEU 1143
Mechanical Engineering Design
KUEU 2173
Laboratory 3
KUEU 2136
Thermofluids
KUEU 2133
Computer and Programming
KUEU 2138
Mechanics of Materials
KUEU 2139
Medical Electronics
KUEU 2174
Laboratory 4
KUEU 2137
Biomechanics
KUEU 3147
Biomaterials
KUEU 2143
Microcomputer and Digital Systems
KUEU 3150
Biomedical Engineering Practices
KUEU 3175
Laboratory 5
Year 1
S1
S2
1
Year 2
S3
S4
2
Year 3
S5
S6
3
Year 4
S7
S8
1
2
2
20
2
3
3
2
3
2
10
5
1
0
0
0
3
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
5
4
2
4
0
0
2
3
3
3
1
0
17
2
3
3
3
1
2
3
1
3
3
1
3
2
3
3
1
3
3
3
1
1
2
3
1
3
3
1
3
2
3
3
1
3
3
3
1
1
KUEU 3233
Signals and Systems
3
3
KUEU 3148
KUEU 3149
Electromagnetism and Electrical Machines
Control Systems
3
3
3
3
KUEU 3245
KUEU 3146
Machines Mechanics
Biomedical Statistics
Safety, Standards and Ethics in
Biomedical Engineering
Capstone 1
Industrial Training
2
2
2
2
2
1
2
1
5
KUEU 4140
KUEU 4180
KUEU 2190
5
32
Pre-requisite
3
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
TOTAL
CREDIT
1
2
2
3
3
2
3
2
2
2
2
4
KUEU1130
KUEU2142
KXEX1144 &
KXEX1145
KUEU2142 &
KUEU2141
KUEU1130 &
KUEU1154
KUEU 4183
KUEU 4134
KUEU 4135
KUEU 4132
KUEU 4181
KUEU 43xx
KUEU 43xx
KUEU 4141
KUEU 4285
KUEU 43xx
KUEU 43xx
Graduation Project 1
Medical Instrumentation: Application and
Design
Management and Clinical Engineering
Artificial Organ and Biotransport
Capstone 2
Departmental Electives
Departmental Electives
Medical Imaging
Graduation Project 2
Departmental Electives
Departmental Electives
2
2
3
3
2
1
2
2
3
3
2
1
2
2
3
4
2
2
3
4
2
2
Sub-total Credit*
12
6
0
7
12
0
11
16
5
15
11
0
95
TOTAL CREDIT*
16
18
0
17
17
0
15
16
5
15
13
0
132
33
KUEU2142 &
KUEU2139
KUEU 4183
TERMS OF GRADUATION TABLE (MALAYSIAN)
DEGREE IN BACHELOR OF BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING PROGRAMME
2011/2012 ACADEMIC SESSION (Malaysian students)
CODE
COURSE
TOTAL
CREDIT
PASSING
GRADE
MARKING SCHEME
Marks
UNIVERSITY COURSES
GXEX 1401
Information skills
GXEX 1414
Islamic and Asian Civilizations
GXEX 1411
Ethnic Relations
GTEE 11xx
English 1101/1103
GTEE 11xx
English 1103/1104
Co-curriculum
KXEX 2163
Thinking and Communication Skills
GXEX 1412
Basic of Entrepreneurship Culture
Elective Courses (Other Faculty)
Sub-total Credit*
1
2
2
3
3
2
3
2
2
20
S
C
C
S
C
C
C
FACULTY COURSES
KXEX 1110
Basic Materials Science
KXEX 1144
Basic Engineering Calculus
KXEX 1145
Basic Engineering Algebra
3
2
2
C
C
C
KXEX 2244
Ordinary Differential Equations
2
C
KXEX 2245
Vector Analysis
2
C
KXEX 2166
Law and Engineer
2
C
KXEX 2162
Economy, Finance & Engineer
2
C
KXEX 2165
Moral and Ethics in Engineering Profession
2
C
Sub-total Credit*
17
DEPARTMENTAL COURSES
KUEU 1130
Statics
KUEU 1150
Human Anatomy and Physiology 1
KUEU 2141
Electrical Circuit Analysis
KUEU 1142
Biochemistry and analysis
KUEU 1171
Laboratory 1
KUEU 1151
Human Anatomy and Physiology 2
KUEU 1154
Dynamics
KUEU 1172
Laboratory 2
2
3
3
3
1
2
3
1
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
KUEU 2142
KUEU 1143
KUEU 2173
KUEU 2136
KUEU 2133
KUEU 2138
KUEU 2139
KUEU 2174
Electronics
Mechanical Engineering Design
Laboratory 3
Thermofluids
Computer and Programming
Mechanics of Materials
Medical Electronics
Laboratory 4
3
3
1
3
2
3
3
1
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
KUEU 2137
KUEU 3147
KUEU 2143
KUEU 3150
KUEU 3175
KUEU 3233
KUEU 3148
KUEU 3149
KUEU 3245
KUEU 3146
Biomechanics
Biomaterials
Microcomputer and Digital Systems
Biomedical Engineering Practices
Laboratory 5
Signals and Systems
Electromagnetism and Electrical Machines
Control Systems
Machines Mechanics
Biomedical Statistics
Safety, Standards and Ethics in Biomedical
Engineering
Capstone 1
Industrial Training
3
3
3
1
1
3
3
3
2
2
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
2
1
5
C
C
S
KUEU 4140
KUEU 4180
KUEU 2190
34
80 – 100
75 – 79
70 – 74
65 – 69
60 – 64
55 – 59
50 – 54
45 – 49
40 – 44
35 – 39
< 35
Grade
A
AB+
B
BC+
C
CD+
D
F
Grade
Points
4.0
3.7
3.3
3.0
2.7
2.3
2.0
1.7
1.5
1.0
0.0
KUEU 4183
KUEU 4134
Graduation Project 1
Medical Instrumentation: Application and Design
2
3
I
C
KUEU 4135
Management and Clinical Engineering
3
C
KUEU 4132
Artificial Organ and Biotransport
2
C
KUEU 4181
Capstone 2
1
C
KUEU 43xx
Departmental Electives
2
C
KUEU 43xx
Departmental Electives
2
C
KUEU 4141
Medical Imaging
3
C
KUEU 4285
Graduation Project 2
4
C
KUEU 43xx
Departmental Electives
2
C
KUEU 43xx
Departmental Electives
2
C
Sub-total Credit*
95
TOTAL CREDIT*
132
35
TERMS OF GRADUATION TABLE (INTERNATIONAL)
DEGREE IN BACHELOR OF BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING PROGRAMME
2011/2012 ACADEMIC SESSION (International students)
CODE
COURSE
TOTAL
CREDIT
PASSING
GRADE
UNIVERSITY COURSES
GXEX 1401
Information skills
GXEX 1414
Islamic and Asian Civilizations
GXEX 1413
Introduction to Malaysia
GTEE 11xx
English 1101/1103
GTEE 11xx
English 1103/1104
Co-curriculum
KXEX 2163
Thinking and Communication Skills
GXEX 1412
Basic of Entrepreneurship Culture
Elective Courses (Other Faculty)
Sub-total Credit*
1
2
2
3
3
2
3
2
2
20
S
C
C
S
S
S
C
C
C
FACULTY COURSES
KXEX 1110
Basic Materials Science
KXEX 1144
Basic Engineering Calculus
KXEX 1145
Basic Engineering Algebra
3
2
2
C
C
C
KXEX 2244
Ordinary Differential Equations
2
C
KXEX 2245
Vector Analysis
2
C
KXEX 2166
Law and Engineer
2
C
KXEX 2162
Economy, Finance & Engineer
2
C
KXEX 2165
Moral and Ethics in Engineering Profession
2
C
Sub-total Credit*
17
DEPARTMENTAL COURSES
KUEU 1130
Statics
KUEU 1150
Human Anatomy and Physiology 1
KUEU 2141
Electrical Circuit Analysis
KUEU 1142
Biochemistry and analysis
KUEU 1171
Laboratory 1
KUEU 1151
Human Anatomy and Physiology 2
KUEU 1154
Dynamics
KUEU 1172
Laboratory 2
2
3
3
3
1
2
3
1
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
KUEU 2142
KUEU 1143
KUEU 2173
KUEU 2136
KUEU 2133
KUEU 2138
KUEU 2139
KUEU 2174
Electronics
Mechanical Engineering Design
Laboratory 3
Thermofluids
Computer and Programming
Mechanics of Materials
Medical Electronics
Laboratory 4
3
3
1
3
2
3
3
1
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
KUEU 2137
KUEU 3147
KUEU 2143
KUEU 3150
KUEU 3175
KUEU 3233
KUEU 3148
KUEU 3149
KUEU 3245
KUEU 3146
Biomechanics
Biomaterials
Microcomputer and digital systems
Biomedical Engineering Practices
Laboratory 5
Signals and Systems
Electromagnetism and electrical machines
Control systems
Machines Mechanics
Biomedical Statistics
Safety, Standards and Ethics in Biomedical
Engineering
Capstone 1
Industrial Training
3
3
3
1
1
3
3
3
2
2
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
2
1
5
C
C
S
KUEU 4140
KUEU 4180
KUEU 2190
36
MARKING SCHEME
Marks
Grade
80 -100
75 - 79
70 – 74
65 – 69
60 – 64
55 - 59
50 - 54
45 - 49
40 - 44
35 - 39
< 35
A
AB+
B
BC+
C
CD+
D
F
Grade
Points
4.0
3.7
3.3
3.0
2.7
2.3
2.0
1.7
1.5
1.0
0.0
KUEU 4183
KUEU 4134
Graduation Project 1
Medical Instrumentation: Application and Design
2
3
I
C
KUEU 4135
Management and Clinical Engineering
3
C
KUEU 4132
Artificial Organ and Biotransport
2
C
KUEU 4181
Capstone 2
1
C
KUEU 43xx
Departmental Electives
2
C
KUEU 43xx
Departmental Electives
2
C
KUEU 4141
Medical Imaging
3
C
KUEU 4285
Graduation Project 2
4
C
KUEU 43xx
Departmental Electives
2
C
KUEU 43xx
Departmental Electives
2
C
Sub-total Credit*
95
TOTAL CREDIT*
132
37
BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING CORE COURSE
KXEX 1144
Fundamental
Engineering Calculus
KUEU 2141
Eletrical
Circuit Analysis
KUEU 1130
Statics
KUEU 1142
Biochemistry and
Analysis
Mechanical
Courses
Electrical Courses
Biomedical
Courses
Faculty Courses
Laboratory
Courses
Other Courses
KUEU 1120
Human Anatomy and
Physiology 1
KUEU 1171
Laboratory 1
KUEU 1151
Human Anatomy and
Physiology 2
KUEU 1172
Laboratory 2
SEM II
YEAR ONE
SEM I
LEGEND
KXEX 1145
Fundamental
Engineering Algebra
KUEU 1154
Dynamics
KUEU 2142
Electronics
KUEU 1143
Mechanical Engineering
Design
KUEU 2173
Laboratory 3
KXEX 1110
Fundamental Material
Science
KXEX 2244
Ordinary Differential
Equations
KUEU 2139
Medical Electronics
KUEU 3148
Electromagnetism and
Electrical Machines
KUEU 2136
Thermofluids
KUEU 2133
Computer and
Programming
KUEU 3233
Signal and Systems
KUEU 3149
Control Systems
KUEU 2174
Laboratory 4
KUEU 2138
Mechanics of Materials
KUEU 2137
Biomechanics
KUEU 2143
Microcomputer and
Digital Systems
SEM I
SEM II
YEAR THREE
SEM II
YEAR TWO
SEM I
KXEX 2245
Vector Analysis
KUEU 3175
Laboratory 5
KUEU 3147
Biomaterials
KUEU 4140
Safety, Standards and
Ethics in Biomed Eng
KUEU 3245
Mechanics of Machines
KUEU 3150
Biomedical Engineering
Practice
KUEU 4180
Capstone Project 1
KUEU 3146
Biomedical Statistics
YEAR FOUR
SEM II
SEM I
KUEU 2190
Industrial Training
KUEU 4135
Management and Clinical
Engineering
KUEU 4134
Medical Instrumentation
Application and Design
KUEU 4141
Medical Imaging
KUEU 4326 (Electives)
Computers in Biomedical
Engineering
KUEU 4132
Artificial Organ and
Biotransport
KUEU 4327 (Electives)
Artificial Intelligence
KUEU 4330 (Electives)
Tissue Engineering
KUEU 4326 (Electives)
Prosthetics and Orthotics
KUEU 4324 (Electives)
Advanced Biomaterial
38
KUEU 4183
Graduation Project 1
KUEU 4285
Graduation Project 2
KUEU 4181
Capstone Project 2
STUDENT PERFORMANCE EVALUATION PROCESS
Semester
Start
st
1 meeting with
Academic Advisor (PA)
(week 2)
NO
Student performance
CGPA < 2.0
YES
Consult with PA at least
twice
YES
2
nd
meeting with PA
(week 7)
-if necessary
NO
PO < 3
Exam slip
Semester End
Final exam
result display
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BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING COURSES
FIRST YEAR COURSES (SEMESTER 1)
GXEX 1414
Islamic and Asian Civilizations (TITAS)
KXEX 1144
Basic Engineering Calculus
KUEU 1130
Statics
KUEU 1150
Human Anatomy and Physiology 1
KUEU 2141
Electrical Circuit Analysis
KUEU 1142
Biochemistry and analysis
KUEU 1171
Laboratory 1
FIRST YEAR COURSES (SEMESTER 2)
GXEX 1411/
Ethnic Relations (Malaysian)/
GXEX1413
Introduction to Malaysia (International)
GTEE 11xx
English 1101/1103
KXEX 2163
Thinking and Communication Skills
GXEX 1412
Basic of Entrepreneurship Culture
KXEX 1145
Basic Engineering Algebra
KUEU 1151
Human Anatomy and Physiology 2
KUEU 1154
Dynamics
KUEU 1172
Laboratory 2
SECOND YEAR COURSES (SEMESTER 1)
GTEE 11xx
English 1103/1104
Co-curriculum
KXEX 1110
Basic Materials Science
KXEX 2245
Vector Analysis
KUEU 2142
Electronics
KUEU 1143
Mechanical Engineering Design
KUEU 2173
Laboratory 3
SECOND YEAR COURSES (SEMESTER 2)
GXEX 1401
Information skills
KXEX 2244
Ordinary Differential Equations
KXEX 2165
Moral and Ethics in Engineering Profession
KUEU 2136
Thermofluids
KUEU 2133
Computer and Programming
KUEU 2138
Mechanics of Materials
KUEU 2139
Medical Electronics
KUEU 2174
Laboratory 4
THIRD YEAR COURSES (SEMESTER 1)
KXEX 2166
Law and Engineer
KXEX 2162
Economy, Finance & Engineer
KUEU 2137
Biomechanics
KUEU 3147
Biomaterials
KUEU 2143
Microcomputer and digital systems
KUEU 3150
Biomedical Engineering Practices
KUEU 3175
Laboratory 5
40
THIRD YEAR COURSES (SEMESTER 2)
KUEU 3233
Signals and Systems
KUEU 3148
Electromagnetism and electrical machines
KUEU 3149
Control systems
KUEU 3245
Machines Mechanics
KUEU 3146
Biomedical Statistics
KUEU 4140
Safety, Standards and Ethics in Biomedical Engineering
KUEU 4180
Capstone 1
THIRD YEAR COURSES (SEMESTER 3)
KUEU 2190
Industrial Training
FOURTH YEAR COURSES (SEMESTER 1)
KUEU 4183
Graduation Project 1
KUEU 4134
Medical Instrumentation: Application and Design
KUEU 4135
Management and Clinical Engineering
KUEU 4132
Artificial Organ and Biotransport
KUEU 4181
Capstone 2
KUEU 43xx
Departmental Electives
KUEU 43xx
Departmental Electives
FOURTH YEAR COURSES (SEMESTER 2)
KUEU 4141
Medical Imaging
KUEU 4285
Graduation Project 2
KUEU 43xx
Departmental Electives
KUEU 43xx
Departmental Electives
External Faculty Elective courses
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COURSE PRO FORMA
IMPORTANT: Contents of this Pro Forma shall not be changed without the Senate‘s for items indicated with *.
Changes to the other items can be approved at the Academy/Faculty/Institution/Centre level.
Academy/Faculty/Centre
Library
Department
Information Skills Division
Programme
Bachelor of Biomedical Engineering
Course Code*
GXEX1401
Course Title*
Information Skills Course
Course Pre-requisite(s)/
Minimum Requirement(s)
None
Student Learning Time
(SLT)*
40
Credit*
1
Learning Outcomes*
At the end of the course, students are able to :
1. State the various information and reference sources (C1)
2. Identify information from various sources such as OPAC (Online
Public Access Catalogue), Online Databases and Internet (C2)
3. Prepare list of references based on the APA (American
Psychological Association) / Vancouver / CSLW (Citation Style for
Legal Works) citation style (C3)
Transferable Skills
Information searching.
Synopsis of Course
Contents
This course focus on the use of basic references sources in print and
electronic format, effective information search strategy, information
evaluation and preparing reference list.
Method of Delivery (lecture,
tutorial, workshop, etc)
Lecture, exercise.
Assessment Methods*
Continuous Assessment : 50% (1 test and 1 project)
Final Examination : 50%
Methodologies for Feedback
on Performance
Marks obtained through continuous assessment will be displayed on the
notice board or via course web site. Final result will either be PASS
(Grade S) or FAIL (Grade U).
Criteria in Summative
Assessment
Refer to University of Malaya (First Degree Studies) Rules 2010 ,
University of Malaya (First Degree Studies) Regulations 2010 and the
website : www.umlib.um.edu.my/gxexweb
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COURSE INFORMATION FOR CURRENT
SEMESTER/TERM
IMPORTANT: Contents of this Course Information (Current Semester) should not be changed without the
approval from the relevant department / division.
Academic Year
2011/2012
Semester/Term
Semester I / Semester II
Course Code*
GXEX1401
Course Title*
Information Skills Course
Credit*
1
Medium of Instruction
Malay / English
Course Pre-requisite(s) /
Minimun Requirement(s)
None
Main Reference
1. Gash, S. (1998). Effective literature searching for studies.
Aldershot: Gowers.
2. Gates. J. K. (1994). Guide to the use of libraries and information
sources (7th ed.). New York: McGraw Hill.
3. Irma Indayu Omar, & Yushiana Mansor. (2005). Panduan mencari
maklumat. Pahang: PTS Professional.
4. E-Learning website (http://adec.um.edu.my/main)
Teaching Materials /
Equipment
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Slides
Exercise
Projector
PA systems
Computers with Internet
Computer Assisted Instruction
Learning Strategies
Lecture, Exercise, Project.
Student Learning Time
Face to face : 14
Guided learning : 9
Independent learning : 12
Assessment : 5
Soft Skills
Life Long Learning and Information Management: LL1, LL2 and LL3
Critical Thinking and Problem Solving Skills: CT1, CT2 and CT3
Lecturer
Librarian
Room
Computer Lab D, 2nd Floor, Main Library
Telephone / e-mail
03-79673384 / 79677097 / 79673302
Lecture/Tutorial/Practical
Session:
Day/Time
Venue
Please refer to the Latest Lecture Time Table
Important Dates
Please refer to the Latest Examination Time Table
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SEMESTER/TERM
TEACHING SCHEDULE
Week
References/Teaching
Materials/Equipment
Lecture/Tutorial/Assignment Topic
1
1. Introduction to Library
2. Course Briefing
2
1.
2.
Exercise, e-learning Website &
Internet Resources
Basic Reference & ‗what is information cycle‘
Identifying Type of References
Exercise, e-learning Website &
Internet Resources
Activity : Exercise 1, 2 & Briefing on group project
3
Pendeta WebPAC – Author Search
Activity : Exercise 3, Briefing on Group
Presentation & Submission of Project
Topics & Group Members Listing
Exercise, e-learning Website &
Pendeta WebPAC
4
Pendeta WebPAC – Title & Subject Search
Activity : Exercise 4 & 5
Exercise, e-learning Website &
Pendeta WebPAC
5
Search Strategies
Activity : Exercise 6 & Project Part A
Exercise, e-learning Website &
Internet Resources
6
Search Strategies – Pendeta WebPAC
Activity : Project Part B
E-learning Website & Pendeta
WebPAC
7
Search Strategies - Online Databases
Activity : Exercise 7 & Project Part C
Exercise, e-learning Website &
Online Databases
8
Search Strategies – Web Resources I
E-learning Website & Internet
Activity : Test
9
Search Strategies – Web Resources II
Activity : Exercise 8 & Project Part D
Exercise, e-learning Website &
Internet
10
Citation Styles : General Rules
Activity : Exercise 9 & Project Part E
Exercise, e-learning Website &
Internet Resources
11
Group Presentation
Activity : Project Part F
Slide, Computer and LCD
Projector
12
Group Presentation
Activity : Project Part F
Slide, Computer and LCD
Projector
13
Group Presentation
Activity : Project Part F
Slide, Computer and LCD
Projector
14
Revision & Examination Briefing
E-learning Website, Pendeta
WebPAC, Online Databases &
Internet
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COURSE PRO FORMA
IMPORTANT: Contents of this Pro Forma shall not be changed without the Senate‘s for items indicated with *.
Changes to the other items can be approved at the Academy/Faculty/Institution/Centre level.
Academy/Faculty/Centre
Chancellory
Department
Section for Co-curricular Courses, External Faculty Electives & TITAS
(SKET)
Programme
Bachelor of Biomedical Engineering
Course Code*
GXEX1414
Course Title*
Islamic and Asian Civilisation (TITAS)
Course Pre-requisite(s)/
Minimum Requirement(s)
None
Student Learning Time
(SLT)*
80 hours
2
Credit*
Learning Outcomes*
At the end of the course, students are able to:
1. explain the meaning of civilisation.
2. identify the concepts, principles, history, society, culture, and
achievements in Islamic, Malay, Chinese and Indian civilisations.
3. relate to current and future issues on civilisational dialogue.
4. demonstrate effective interpersonal skills and teamwork.
Transferable Skills
1. Report Writing Skills
2. Presentation Skills
Synopsis of Course
Contents
This course will discuss knowledge of civilisations incorporating such
topics as introduction to civilisational knowledge, concepts, values,
history, society, culture and the achievements of Islamic, Chinese, and
Indian civilisations. The course also discusses contemporary and future
issues on civilisational dialogue.
Method of Delivery (lecture,
tutorial, workshop, etc)
Lectures, fieldwork and/or library research
Assessment Methods*
Continuous Assessment: 40%
Presentation - 10%
Report - 30%
Final exam: 60%
Methodologies for Feedback
on Performance
Results will be displayed on notice board.
Criteria in Summative
Assessment
Please refer to the University of Malaya (First Degree) Rules 2010 And
the University of Malaya (First Degree) Regulations 2010.
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COURSE INFORMATION FOR CURRENT
SEMESTER/TERM
IMPORTANT: Contents of this Course Information (Current Semester) should not be changed without the
approval from the relevant department / division.
Academic Year
2011/2012
Semester/Term
1
Course Code*
GXEX1414
Course Title*
Tamadun Islam dan Tamadun Asia (TITAS)
Credit*
2
Medium of Instruction
Bahasa Malaysia
Course Pre-requisite(s) /
Minimun Requirement(s)
Tiada
Main Reference
1. Penerbit UM. 2001. Tamadun Islam dan Tamadun Asia, Kuala
Lumpur: Penerbit Universiti Malaya.
2. Penerbit UM. 2006. Tamadun Islam dan Tamadun Melayu, Kuala
Lumpur: Penerbit Universiti Malaya.
3. Huntington, Samuel. 1996. The Clash of Civilizations and the
Remaking of World Order. New York: Simon and Schuster.
4. Ibn Khaldun. 1995. Mukaddimah (terj), Kuala Lumpur: Dewan
Bahasa dan Pustaka.
5. Azizan Baharuddin. 2005. Islam dan Dialog Peradaban: Satu
Perspektif. Kuala Lumpur: Pusat Dialog Peradaban Universiti
Malaya.
Teaching Materials /
Equipment
LCD projektor, komputer/komputer riba dan nota kuliah.
Learning Strategies
Kuliah, Kerja Lapangan dan/atau Kajian Perpustakaan
Student Learning Time
Perjumpaan: 20 jam
Pembelajaran berpandu: Pembelajaran berdikari: 58 jam
Penilaian: 2 jam
(Rujuk borang Masa Pembelajaran Pelajar)
Soft Skills
1. Kemahiran Berkomunikasi (CS1-CS3)
2. Kerja Berpasukan (TS1)
Lecturer
Pensyarah SKET
Room
SKET
Telephone / e-mail
03-7967 5430/5488
Lecture/Tutorial/Practical
Session:
Day/Time
Venue
Sila rujuk Jadual Waktu Kuliah
Important Dates
Pembentangan tugasan: Minggu ke 11 hingga minggu ke 14
Peperiksaan: mengikut Jadual Peperiksaan Universiti
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COURSE INFORMATION FOR CURRENT
SEMESTER/TERM
TEACHING SCHEDULE
Week
Lecture/Tutorial/Assignment Topic
References/Teaching
Materials/Equipment
1
Pengenalan ilmu ketamadunan.
LCD, komputer dan nota kuliah
2
Tamadun Islam : Konsep, prinsip dan matlamat.
LCD, komputer dan nota kuliah
3
Tamadun Islam Isu dan cabaran semasa, jihad,
kebangkitan Islam dan penerapan di Malaysia.
LCD, komputer dan nota kuliah
4
Tamadun Melayu : Pengenalan, kerajaan-kerajaan Melayu,
interaksi dengan pengaruh asing dan pembentukan negara
bangsa Malaysia.
LCD, komputer dan nota kuliah
5
Tamadun Melayu : Pemantapan negara bangsa Malaysia
dan manifestasi tamadun Melayu.
LCD, komputer dan nota kuliah
6
Tamadun India : Konsep, sejarah, kerajaan dan
pentadbiran.
LCD, komputer dan nota kuliah
7
Tamadun India : Masyarakat dan budaya, bahasa dan
kesusasteraan, hubungan dengan dunia luar serta iktibar.
LCD, komputer dan nota kuliah
8
Tamadun Cina : Konsep dan takrif, sejarah, masyarakat
dan budaya.
LCD, komputer dan nota kuliah
9
Tamadun Cina : Pencapaian dalam pelbagai bidang, iktibar
tamadun Cina hari ini dan interaksi dengan tamadun lain.
LCD, komputer dan nota kuliah
10
Penutup : Isu-isu semasa dan masa depan dialog
peradaban.
LCD, komputer dan nota kuliah
11
Pembentangan kumpulan
LCD dan komputer
12
Pembentangan kumpulan
LCD dan komputer
13
Pembentangan kumpulan
LCD dan komputer
14
Pembentangan kumpulan
LCD dan komputer
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COURSE PRO FORMA
IMPORTANT: Contents of this Pro Forma shall not be changed without the Senate‘s for items indicated with *.
Changes to the other items can be approved at the Academy/Faculty/Institution/Centre level.
Academy/Faculty/Centre
Chancellory
Department
Section for Co-curricular Courses, External Faculty Electives & TITAS
(SKET)
Programme
Bachelor of Biomedical Engineering
Course Code*
GXEX1411
Course Title*
Ethnic Relations
Course Pre-requisite(s)/
Minimum Requirement(s)
None
Student Learning Time
(SLT)*
80 hours
2
Credit*
Learning Outcomes*
At the end of the course, students are able to:
1. identify the basic concepts and theories associated with ethnic
relations.
2. apply knowledge, concepts and principles on social and national
integration.
3. show ethical behaviour and sense of responsibility towards the
society.
4. demonstrate effective interpersonal skills and teamwork.
Transferable Skills
1. Report Writing Skills
2. Presentation Skills
Synopsis of Course
Contents
This course will introduce the basic concepts and theories of ethnic
relations. Students will be exposed to the history of Malaysia‘s plural
contemporary society. Other topics include the constitution, economic
development, politics and Islam Hadhari in the context of ethnic relations.
There are discussions on challenges facing ethnic relations in Malaysia
and globally with a view towards developing an integrated nation.
Method of Delivery (lecture,
tutorial, workshop, etc)
Lectures and fieldwork
Assessment Methods*
Continuous Assessment: 40%
Presentation – 10%
Report
– 30%
Final exam: 60%
Methodologies for Feedback
on Performance
Criteria in Summative
Assessment
Results will be displayed on notice board.
Please refer to the University of Malaya (First Degree) Rules 2010 And
the University of Malaya (First Degree) Regulations 2010.
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COURSE INFORMATION FOR CURRENT
SEMESTER/TERM
IMPORTANT: Contents of this Course Information (Current Semester) should not be changed without the
approval from the relevant department / division.
Academic Year
2011/2012
Semester/Term
1
Course Code*
GXEX1411
Hubungan Etnik
Course Title*
2
Credit*
Bahasa Malaysia
Medium of Instruction
Tiada
Course Pre-requisite(s) /
Minimun Requirement(s)
Main Reference
Modul Hubungan Etnik, Shamsul Amri Baharuddin (Ed.). Kuala Lumpur:
UPENA, 2007. (Modul yang ditetapkan oleh KPT)
Teaching Materials /
Equipment
LCD projektor, komputer/komputer riba dan nota kuliah
Learning Strategies
Kuliah dan Kerja Lapangan
Student Learning Time
Perjumpaan: 20 jam
Pembelajaran berpandu: Pembelajaran berdikari: 58 jam
Penilaian: 2 jam
(Rujuk borang Masa Pembelajaran Pelajar)
Soft Skills
1. Kemahiran Berkomunikasi (CS1-CS3)
2. Kerja Berpasukan (TS1)
3. Pembelajaran Berterusan dan Pengurusan Maklumat (LL1-LL2)
4. Etika dan Moral Profesional (EM1)
Lecturer
Pensyarah SKET
SKET
Room
03-7967 5489/5671
Telephone / e-mail
Lecture/Tutorial/Practical
Session:
Day/Time
Venue
Sila rujuk Jadual Waktu Kuliah
Important Dates
Pembentangan Tugasan: Minggu ke 11 hingga minggu ke 14
Peperiksaan: mengikut Jadual Peperiksaan Universiti
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COURSE INFORMATION FOR CURRENT
SEMESTER/TERM
TEACHING SCHEDULE
Week
Lecture/Tutorial/Assignment Topic
1
Konsep-konsep Asas Hubungan Etnik
References/Teaching
Materials/Equipment
LCD, komputer dan nota kuliah
2
Teori Hubungan Etnik
LCD, komputer dan nota kuliah
3
Pluraliti Masyarakat Alam Melayu Dalam Sejarah
LCD, komputer dan nota kuliah
4
Pluraliti Masyarakat Malaysia Kontemporari
LCD, komputer dan nota kuliah
5
Perlembagaan Malaysia Dalam Konteks Hubungan Etnik di
Malaysia
LCD, komputer dan nota kuliah
6
Pembangunan Ekonomi Dalam Konteks Hubungan Etnik di
Malaysia
LCD, komputer dan nota kuliah
7
Cabaran terhadap Hubungan Etnik di Malaysia dan Global
LCD, komputer dan nota kuliah
8
Pembangunan Politik Dalam Konteks Hubungan Etnik di
Malaysia
LCD, komputer dan nota kuliah
9
Islam Hadhari dan Hubungan Etnik
LCD, komputer dan nota kuliah
10
Hubungan Etnik ke arah Masyarakat Berintegrasi
LCD, komputer dan nota kuliah
11
Pembentangan Kumpulan
LCD dan komputer
12
Pembentangan Kumpulan
LCD dan komputer
13
Pembentangan Kumpulan
LCD dan komputer
14
Pembentangan Kumpulan
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COURSE PRO FORMA
IMPORTANT: Contents of this Pro Forma shall not be changed without the Senate‘s for items indicated with *.
Changes to the other items can be approved at the Academy/Faculty/Institution/Centre level.
Academy/Faculty/Centre
Faculty of Languages and Linguistics
Department
English Language
Programme
Bachelor of Biomedical Engineering
Course Code*
GTEE 1101
Course Title*
Fundamentals of English
Course Pre-requisite(s)/
Minimum Requirement(s)


Self-learning Time (SLT)*
120 hours
Credit Hour
3
Learning Outcome
At the end of this course students will be able to:
1. use correct grammar.
2. apply reading skills such as skimming, scanning and deducing
meanings from contextual clues in order to understand a
variety of texts.
3 write cohesively and coherently at paragraph level.
Transferable Skills


MUET Bands 1 and 2
Other equivalent English Language qualifications set by the
University.
Reading skills.
Use correct grammar.
Synopsis of Course
Contents
The aim of this course is to enable students to improve their English
language proficiency. Students will be given class activities and set tasks
for self directed learning (SDL) focusing on grammar, reading and writing
skills.
Delivery Mode
(lecture, tutorial, workshop,
etc)
Lectures, tutorials, discussions
Assessment Method
Continuous assessment : 50%
- Class test (15%)
- Writing assignment (10%)
- Reading assignment (10%)
- Portfolio (15%)
Examination : 50%
Method of providing
feedback on students’
performance
Feedback in class, discussion with lecturers, display of test /coursework
grades.
Criteria of summative
assessment
Please refer to Kaedah-Kaedah dan Peraturan-Peraturan Universiti
Malaya (Pengajian Ijazah Pertama)2010.
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COURSE INFORMATION FOR CURRENT
SEMESTER/TERM
IMPORTANT: Contents of this Course Information (Current Semester) should not be changed without the
approval from the relevant department / division.
Academic Year
2011/2012
Semester/Term
1/2
Course Code*
GTEE 1101
Course Title*
Fundamentals of English
Credit*
3
Medium of Instruction
English Language
Course Pre-requisite(s) /
Minimun Requirement(s)
MUET Bands 1 and 2
Other equivalent English Language qualifications set by the University.
Main Reference
Textbook:
Fuchs, M & Bonner, M. (2006). Focus on Grammar 4 (3rd Edition). New
York: Pearson.
Other references:
Azar, B. S. (2002). Understanding and Using English Grammar (3rd
Edition). New York: Pearson Education.
Bullon, S. (Ed.). (2003). Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English.
Essex: Pearson Education Limited.
Walker, E. & Elsworth, S. (2000). Grammar Practice for Intermediate
Students. Essex: Perason Education Limited.
Teaching Materials /
Equipment
Textbook, reference books, articles, online materials and powerpoint
Learning Strategies
Lectures, tutorials, discussions
Student Learning Time
Face to face: 28 hours
Guided learning:
Independent learning time: 92 hours
Soft Skills
Communication skills : CS1 and CS2
Lecturer
Pn. Sathiadevi A/P K Kanagasabai
Room
TS 9
Telephone / e-mail
03-79673114 / [email protected]
Lecture/Tutorial/Practical
Session:
Day/Time
Venue
Refer to the current Teaching - timetable
Important Dates
Ongoing assessment:
Class Test (Week 6), Writing assignment (Week 9), Reading assignment
(Week 11), Portfolio (Week 14)
Final Examination:
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SEMESTER/TERM
TEACHING SCHEDULE
Week
Lecture/Tutorial/Assignment Topic
References/Teaching
Materials/Equipment
1
Introduction to Course and Portfolio Requirements
Pro Forma
Grammar :
 Simple Present
 Present Progressive
Reading :
 Skim and Scan (1)
Textbook: pp. 2-6
Supplementary materials
Self-directed learning (SDL) : Portfolio Item 1
 Reading : Comprehension 1
 Vocabulary : Exercise
2
3
4
5
Supplementary materials
Grammar :
 Simple Past
 Past Progressive
 Present Perfect
 Present Perfect Progressive
Writing :
 Activity (paragraph writing)
Textbook:
Pgs. 9-15, 19-25
SDL : Portfolio Item 2
 Paragraph Writing : Using the simple present and
present progressive (150 words)
 Reading : Skim and scan (2)
Textbook: Activity 5 (p. 16)
Grammar:
 Past Perfect
 Past Perfect Progressive
Vocabulary:
 Verb forms
Textbook: pp. 28-38, 41
and supplementary materials
SDL : Portfolio Item 3
 Review exercises : Present and Past
Textbook: pp. 46-50
Grammar :
 Future Simple
 Future Progressive
Reading :
 Comprehension 2
Textbook: pp. 52-60 and
supplementary materials
SDL : Portfolio Item 4
 Writing: sentence level (Future and future
progressive)
Textbook
Activity 11 (page 64)
Grammar :
 Negative Yes/ No Questions
 Tag Questions
 So, Too, Neither, Not either, But
Reading:
 Comprehension 3
Textbook: pp. 88-97; 99; 102-110
and supplementary materials
SDL : Portfolio Item 5
 Negative yes/no questions or tag questions
 Error identification and correction exercise
(negative questions, tag questions)
Textbook:
Activity 5 (p. 97)
Activity 6 (p. 98)
Textbook: p. 8
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Supplementary materials
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SEMESTER/TERM
TEACHING SCHEDULE
References/Teaching
Materials/Equipment
Week
Lecture/Tutorial/Assignment Topic
6
Grammar:
 Gerunds and Infinitives: Review
 Gerunds and Infinitives: ―Make, Have, Let, Have,
and Get‖
Grammar Test
Textbook: pp. 112, 124-132; 138144
SDL :
Self revision (prior to Grammar Test)
Textbook
7
8
Grammar:
 Adjective Clauses with Subject Relative Pronouns
Reading:
 Comprehension 4
SDL :
Graded writing exercise on gerunds and infinitives
Refer to assignment questions
Grammar:
 Adjective Clauses with Object Relative Pronouns
Writing:
 Activity (paragraph writing)
Textbook: pp. 205-213
SDL : Portfolio Item 6
Review exercises:
 Adjective Clauses
9
11
Textbook: p. 217
Textbook: pp. 221-224
Grammar:
 Modals and Similar Expressions
 Advisability in the Past
Reading:
 Comprehension 5
Writing Assignment due
Textbook: pp. 226-234;
239-245 and supplementary
materials
SDL : Portfolio Item 7
Reading: Making notes and Vocabulary
10
Textbook: pp. 190-199
and supplementary materials
Supplementary materials
Grammar:
 The Passive: Overview
Reading:
 Comprehension 6
Vocabulary exercise
Textbook: pp. 270-276
Supplementary materials
SDL : Reading
 Graded exercises/ assignment
Supplementary
Materials
Grammar:
 The Passive with Modals and Similar Expressions
Writing:
 Exercise
Reading Assignment due
Textbook: pp. 285-291, 295
SDL : Portfolio Item 8
 Writing (Sentence level)- passive with modals and
similar expressions.
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Textbook:
Activity 8 (pg 295)
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SEMESTER/TERM
TEACHING SCHEDULE
12
13
14
Grammar:
 Present Real Conditionals
 Future Real Conditionals
Reading:
 Comprehension 7
Textbook: pp. 314-320, 326-331
and supplementary materials
SDL : Portfolio Item 9
 Error identification and correction exercise (present
real conditionals)
 Vocabulary exercises
Textbook: Activity 5 (p.321) and
supplementary materials
Grammar:
 Present and Future Unreal Conditionals
 Embedded Questions
Writing:
 Activity (paragraph writing)
Textbook: pp. 336-344, 413-421,
347
SDL 10:
 Writing (sentence level)- present and future real
conditional
Textbook:
Activity 9 (pgs 346-347)

Supplementary materials
Revision and Review
Portfolio due
SDL : Self-revision exercises for Final Examination
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Supplementary materials
COURSE PRO FORMA
IMPORTANT: Contents of this Pro Forma shall not be changed without the Senate‘s for items indicated with *.
Changes to the other items can be approved at the Academy/Faculty/Institution/Centre level.
Academy/Faculty/Centre
Faculty of Languages and Linguistics
Department
English Language
Programme
Bachelor of Biomedical Engineering
Course Code*
GTEE 1102
Course Title*
English for Academic Purposes
Course Pre-requisite(s)/
Minimum Requirement(s)
MUET Bands 3, 4, 5 and 6
A pass in the Fundamentals of English course (MUET Bands 1
and 2)
Other equivalent English language qualifications set by the
University.
Self-learning Time (SLT)*
120
Credit Hour
3
Learning Outcome
At the end of the course, students are able to :
1. identify main ideas and supporting details from academic text
relevant to students discipline
2. interpret linear and non-linear texts related to their disciplines.
3. organise information in a coherent and effective manner.
4. write texts relevant to their disciplines.
5. apply appropriate skills and expressions to communicate verbally.
Transferable Skills
Writing skills, reading skills, organising ideas and effective
presentation skills
Synopsis of Course
Contents
The course aims to develop students‘ proficiency in terms of vocabulary,
reading, writing and speaking skills relevant to the disciplines of study.
Emphasis is given to improving skills in the organisation of information in
both written and spoken communication.
Delivery Mode
(lecture, tutorial, workshop,
etc)
Lecture, tutorial, case study & discussion
Assessment Method
Continuous assessment : 50%
- class test (15%)
- portfolio (25%)
- presentation (10%)
Examination : 50%
Method of assessing
students’ performance
Feedback in class, discussion with lecturers, display of test /coursework
grades.
Criteria of summative
assessment
Please refer to Kaedah-Kaedah dan Peraturan-Peraturan Universiti
Malaya (Pengajian Ijazah Pertama)2010
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SEMESTER/TERM
IMPORTANT: Contents of this Course Information (Current Semester) should not be changed without the
approval from the relevant department / division.
Academic Year
2011/2012
Semester/Term
1/2
Course Code*
GTEE 1102
Course Title*
English for Academic Purposes
Credit Hour
3
Medium of Instruction
English
Course Pre-requisite(s)/
Minimum Requirement(s)
MUET Bands 3, 4, 5 & 6
A pass in the Fundamentals of English course (MUET Bands 1
and 2)
Other equivalent English language qualifications set by the
University.
Main Reference
Cox, K. & D. Hill (2007) EAP Now (Preliminary). New South Wales:
Pearson
Philpot, S. & J.Soars (2007) Academic Skills. Oxford : Oxford University
Press
Teaching Materials /
Equipment
Textbook, reference books, articles, online materials and powerpoint.
Learning Strategies
Lecture, tutorial, case study & discussion
Student Learning Time
Face to face: 36 hours
Guided Learning:
Independent learning time: 84 hours
Soft skills
Communication skills : CS1 and CS2
Lifelong learning & information management skills : LL1
Lecturer
Dr. Kulwindr Kaur (Coordinator)
Room
TD1
Telephone / e-mail
79693119 /[email protected]
Lecture/Tutorial/Practical
Session:
Day/Time
Venue
Refer to current teaching timetable
Important Dates
Final Examination:
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TEACHING SCHEDULE
Reference/Teaching
Materials/Equipment
Week
Lecture Topic / Tutorial / Assignments
1
Introduction to Course and setting of Portfolio Tasks
Vocabulary (V) : Word Forms (Parts of Speech)
Prof Forma
Textbook: Supplementary
materials
Textbook : Unit 1
2
TOPIC : EDUCATION & LEARNING
Reading (R): Effective reading (1), (2) & (3)
Language for Writing (LW): Comparing & contrasting
Writing (W) : Writing a comparing & contrasting essay
Vocabulary (V): Using the dictionary (1) & (2)
Textbook : Unit 2
3
TOPIC : INNOVATIONS IN HEALTH & MEDICINE
R : Predicting content / Avoiding plagiarism
LW : Rephrasing
W : Developing & writing a paragraph
V : Recording vocabulary (1), (2) & (3)
TOPIC : LEARNING TO RESEARCH
 Finding information
 Listing references (APA style)
 Verbs for reporting another writer‘s ideas
 Crediting sources
Textbook Pg. 23
Textbook Pg. 56
Textbook Pg. 56
Textbook Pg. 63
4
Coursework - Assessment
Open book assessed exercise
5
Supplementary Materials
TOPIC : URBAN PLANNING
R : Paragraph purpose / Text cohesion
W : Selecting information / Prioritising/ Brainstorming /
Writing a persuasive article
V : Collocations
Textbook : Unit 3
Coursework - Portfolio Item 1 :
Unit 3 : Pg. 25 Question 9 (Write an article for a magazine)
6
TOPIC : WATER, FOOD & ENERGY
R : Finding information / Identifying language for
rephrasing and giving examples
LW : Introduction / Conclusion / Rephrasing & Giving
examples
W : Introduction / Thesis Statement / Conclusion / Writing
to Describe & Explain
V : Compound nouns / Compound adjectives
Coursework - Portfolio Item 2 :
Unit 4 : Pgs. 32-33 Questions 4 & 6 (Writing introduction &
conclusion)
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TEACHING SCHEDULE
Week
7
Reference/Teaching
Materials/Equipment
Lecture Topic / Tutorial / Assignments
TOPIC : TRENDS (PROCESSING NON-LINEAR DATA)
R : Interpreting non-linear data
LW : Language for describing non-linear data
W : Using graph to present data / Writing a report using visual
information
V : Prefixes
Textbook : Unit 9
Coursework - Assignment : Report on visual information
Pg.73 Questions 6-7 ( Due Week 11)
8
TOPIC : FREE TRADE & FAIR TRADE
R :Distinguishing facts, speculations and reported opinions /
Identifying viewpoints.
LW : Expressing certainty, uncertainty & caution
W : Supporting a viewpoint / Presenting arguments / Writing
an opinion essay
V : Using a dictionary
Textbook : Unit 5
Coursework - Portfolio Item 3 :
Unit 5 : Pg. 41 Questions 9 & 10 (Writing an opinion essay)
9
TOPIC : CONVERSING THE PAST
R : Dealing with longer texts (1) & (2)
LW :Indicating reason or result / Adding information.
W : Checking & Editing Writing / Writing an Evaluation Essay
V : Collocations
Textbook : Unit 6
Coursework Due – Submission of Report on visual
information
10
11
TOPIC : WONDERS OF THE MODERN WORLD
R : Contextual clues
LW : (1), (2) & (3)
W : Verbs for reporting another writer‘s ideas
V : Suffixes
Textbook : Unit 7
TOPIC : OLYMPIC BUSINESS
R : Making notes
LW : Expressing Contrast
W : Process Writing / Writing a Discursive Essay
V : Synonyms and Antonyms
Textbook : Unit 8
Coursework Due : Portfolio Submission
12
TOPIC : COMMUNICATION & TECHNOLOGY
R : Dealing with longer texts (3) & (4)
LW : Language for presentations
W : Preparing notes / slides for presentations
V : Formal & Informal Vocabulary
Textbook : Unit 10
Coursework – Preparing for presentation
Individual Presentation
13
14
Coursework - Assessment (Presentation)
Review of Presentation
Revision
Supplementary materials
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Changes to the other items can be approved at the Academy/Faculty/Institution/Centre level.
Academy/Faculty/Centre
Faculty of Languages and Linguistics
Department
English Language
Programme
Bachelor of Biomedical Engineering
Course Code*
GTEE 1103
Course Title*
Professional Writing in English
Course Pre-requisite(s)/
Minimum Requirement(s)
MUET Bands 3, 4, 5 & 6
A pass in the Fundamentals of English course (MUET Bands 1
and 2)
Other equivalent English language qualifications set by the
University.
Self-learning Time (SLT)*
120
Credit Hour
3
Learning Outcome
At the end of the course, students are able to :
1. comprehend the principles of writing for professional
purposes such as using appropriate format, language
structures and expressions
2. apply the principles of writing for professional purposes
including relevance, appropriateness and specificity
3. write documents for the workplace using appropriate format,
language structures and expressions (e.g. memos, emails,
letters, reports and minutes)
Transferable Skills
Writing and publishing professional documents for the workplace.
Synopsis of Course
Contents
This course introduces the basic principles of professional writing in
English relevant to the purpose and needs of audience. Students will be
exposed to the various format, processes and text models that exemplify
professional writing.
Delivery Mode
(lecture, tutorial, workshop,
etc)
Tutorial, assignment and discussion
Assessment Method
Continuous assessment: 50%
(email, letter of application, oral presentation, minutes of a meeting)
Final Examination : 50%
Method of providing
feedback on students’
performance
Feedback in class, discussion with lecturers, display of assessment
/coursework grades .
Criteria of summative
assessment
Please refer to Kaedah-Kaedah dan Peraturan-Peraturan Universiti
Malaya (Pengajian Ijazah Pertama) 2010.
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SEMESTER/TERM
IMPORTANT: Contents of this Course Information (Current Semester) should not be changed without the
approval from the relevant department / division.
Academic Year
2011/2012
Semester/Term
1/2
Course Code*
GTEE 1103
Course Title*
Professional Writing in English
Credit Hour
3
Medium of Instruction
English
Course Pre-requisite(s)/
Minimum Requirement(s)
MUET Bands 3, 4, 5 & 6
A pass in the Fundamentals of English course (MUET Bands 1
and 2)
Other equivalent English language qualifications set by the
University.
Main Reference
Taylor, S. (2000) Essential Communication Skills. Harlow : Longman.
Taylor, S. (2005) Communication for Business (4th Ed.) Essex : Longman
Guffey, M.E. & R.Almonte (2007) Essentials of Business Communication.
Toronto : Thompson.
Teaching Materials /
Equipment
Textbook, reference books, hands-on and power-point.
Learning Strategies
Tutorial, assignment and discussion
Student Learning Time
Face to face:
: 42 hours
Independent learning time
: 78 hours
(Refer to Student Learning Time )
Soft skills
Communication skills : CS1,CS2,CS3
Teamwork skills : TS1, TS2
Lifelong learning & information management skills : LL1
Professional Ethics and Moral: EM1
Lecturer
Room
Telephone / e-mail
Pn. Siti Nurbaya Mohd Nor
TD12
79673192/ [email protected]
Lecture/Tutorial/Practical
Session:
Day/Time
Venue
Refer to the current Teaching Time-table
Important Dates
Examination :
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TEACHING SCHEDULE
Week
References / Teaching
Materials / Equipment
Lecture / Tutorial / Assignment Topic
Setting of Task
Methods, Concepts & system of Communication
Breaking the Ice in Business Communication
Textbook, supplementary
materials and powerpoint
2
Tone and Style; Modern communication, ABC & KISS
concepts, Jargon/Redundant expressions
Textbook, supplementary
materials and powerpoint
3
Tone and Style; Modern communication Jargon/Redundant expressions
Textbook, supplementary
materials and powerpoint
4
Memorandum: Format, Structure, Language Expressions/
Tone
Textbook, supplementary
materials and powerpoint
5
Formal Letters: Lay-out, Parts of Formal Letters; Letter of
Enquiry and Reply
Textbook, supplementary
materials and powerpoint
6
Email & Facsimile: Purpose, Format, Language
Expressions
Textbook, supplementary
materials and powerpoint
7
Recruitment Correspondence: Application, Resume,
Reference
Textbook, supplementary
materials and powerpoint
8
Report Writing: Process, Formal Report, Informal
Report/Memo
Textbook, supplementary
materials and powerpoint
9
Meetings (Calling for a meeting): Types/Purposes; Notice
and Agenda
Textbook, supplementary
materials and powerpoint
Meetings (Conducting a Meeting)
 Chairman‘s agenda
 Roles of Chair/ Secretary/ Participants
 Simulation of Meetings
Taking Minutes
Textbook, supplementary
materials and powerpoint
11
Meetings (Post Meeting): Writing Minutes
Textbook, supplementary
materials and powerpoint
12
Meetings (Group assignment): Setting of task/Division of
duties; Discussion/Preparing Chairman‘s Agenda
Textbook, supplementary
materials and powerpoint
13
Meetings: Conducting a Meeting (Group Presentation)
Textbook, supplementary
materials and powerpoint
14
Revision
Textbook, supplementary
materials and powerpoint
1
10
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IMPORTANT: Contents of this Pro Forma shall not be changed without the Senate‘s for items indicated with *.
Changes to the other items can be approved at the Academy/Faculty/Institution/Centre level.
Academy/Faculty/Centre
Faculty of Languages and Linguistics
Department
English Language
Programme
Bachelor of Biomedical Engineering
Course Code*
GTEE 1104
Course Title*
Effective Presentation Skills
Course Pre-requisite(s)/
Minimum Requirement(s)
MUET Bands 3,4,5 and 6
Pass Fundamentals of English (MUET Bands 1 and 2)
Other equivalent English Language qualifications set by the University
Student Learning Time
(SLT)*
120
Credit*
3
Learning Outcomes*
At the end of the course, students are able to:
1. express ideas with appropriate language.
2. construct appropriate visual aids for interesting presentations.
3. organize ideas in a cohesive and coherent manner for effective
presentations.
Transferable Skills



Organise ideas
Present Effectively
Speak confidently
Synopsis of Course
Contents
This course will help students to develop presentation skills that are
required in their study. The course takes the students systematically
through the important stages of presentations from planning to handling
questions. Students will also be exposed to appropriate language required
for effective presentations. Students will practise the skills learnt at the
different stages via short presentations in class.
Method of Delivery (lecture,
tutorial, workshop, etc)
Lecture, tutorial, discussion(group and individual), and visual aid using
computer: video(VCD) and audio(CD)
Assessment Methods*
Continuous Assessment: Short Presentations (50%)
Final Presentation (40%)
Attendance (10%)
Methodologies for Feedback
on Performance
Feedback in class, discussion with lecturers, display of test/ coursework
grades
Criteria in Summative
Assessment
Please refer to Kaedah-Kaedah dan Peraturan Universiti
Malaya(Pengajian Ijazah Pertama) 2010.
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SEMESTER/TERM
IMPORTANT: Contents of this Course Information (Current Semester) should not be changed without the
approval from the relevant department / division.
Academic Year
2011/2012
Semester/Term
1/2
Course Code*
GTEE 1104
Course Title*
Effective Presentation Skills
Credit*
3
Medium of Instruction
English Language
Course Pre-requisite(s)/
Minimum Requirement(s)
MUET Band 3, 4, 5 and 6
A pass in the Fundamentals of English (for MUET Bands 1 and 2)
Other equivalent English Language qualifications set by the University
Main Reference
Gentzler, Y.S. (2000). Speaking and Presenting. South-Western Thomson
Learning: USA
Paul, D. (2003). Communication Strategies. Thomson Learning:
Singapore.
Dale, P. And Wolf, J.C. (2006). Speech Communication Made Simple.
Pearson Education: USA
Gamble, T. And Gamble, M. (2002). Communication Works. McGraw-Hill:
USA
Teaching Materials/
Equipment
Comfort, J. (1998). Effective Presentations. Oxford University Press: Hong
Kong
Learning Strategies
Lecture, tutorial, discussion(group and individual), and visual aid using
computer: video(VCD) and audio(CD)
Student Learning Time
Face to face: 36 hours
Guided Learning:
Independent learning: 84 hours
(Refer to Student Learning Time form)
Soft Skills
Communication Skills ( CS1-CS4)
Team Skills (TS1)
Lecturer
Rema Menon
Room
FR 27
Telephone/e-mail
[email protected]
Lecture/Tutorial/Practical
Session:
Day/Time
Venue
Refer to current teaching time table
Important Dates
Short presentations (50%) Weeks 4, 6, 9, 11
Final presentation (40%) Week 14
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Week
Lecture/Tutorial/Assignment Topic
References/Teaching
Materials/Equipment
1
Introduction to Course
What makes a presentation effective?
Pro Forma
Textbook Unit 1
2
Language Focus: Time expressions and Tenses
Presentation Practice
Textbook Unit 1
3
Making a Good Introduction to a Presentation
Textbook Unit 2
4
Language Focus: Introducing Yourself and Your Talk
Presentation Practice
Textbook Unit 2
5
Class Assessment: Introduction to a Presentation ( 10% )
Ways of Organizing a presentation
Textbook Unit 3
6
Language Focus: Linking Ideas
Presentation Practice
Class Assessment: Organising a Presentation (15%)
Textbook Unit 3
7
Advantages of Speaking Rather Than Reading in a Presentation
Language Focus: Personal and Impersonal Styles
Presentation Practice
Textbook Unit 4
8
How to Design and Use Good Visual Aids
Language Focus: Describing Trends, Charts and Graphs
Presentation Practice
Textbook Unit 5
9
Class Assessment: Using Good Visual Aids (15%)
What Makes an Effective Ending to a Presentation
Textbook Unit 7
10
Language Focus: Endings
Importance of Body Language
Textbook Unit s 6 and 7
11
Language Focus: Emphasizing and Minimizing
Presentation Practice
Class Assessment: Appropriate Endings (10%)
Textbook Unit 6
SPECIAL BREAK (CUTI KHAS)
12
What Makes a Good Presentation and Evaluating Effectiveness
of Presentation
Language Focus: Delivery and Style
Presentation Practice
Textbook Unit 9
13
How to Handle Questions Effectively
Language Focus: Asking and Answering Questions
Presentation Practice
Textbook Unit 8
14
Final Evaluation: FINAL PRESENTAION (40%)
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IMPORTANT: Contents of this Pro Forma shall not be changed without the Senate‘s for items indicated with *.
Changes to the other items can be approved at the Academy/Faculty/Institution/Centre level.
Academy/Faculty/Centre
Engineering
Department
Biomedical Engineering
Programme
Bachelor of Biomedical Engineering
Course Code*
KXEX 2163
Course Title*
Thinking and Communication Skills
Course Pre-requisite(s)/
Minimum Requirement(s)
None
Student Learning Time
(SLT)*
120 hours
Credit*
3
Learning Outcomes*
At the end of this course, students are able to:
1. Recognize the ways words and phrases are used to convey a
message.
2. Recognize the method of thinking critically
3. Practice different thinking methods to solve a problem
4. Present ideas convincingly and work in group
5. Point out the importance of knowledge in contemporary issues
Transferable Skills
Thinking Skills, Communication Skills, Team Works
Synopsis of Course
Contents
Introduction: Objective, procedure, evaluation, explanation regarding
thinking and communication skills. Explain and analyze ideas. Oral
communication. Analyze and evaluate arguments. Listening skills.
Determining source credibility. Non-verbal communication. Recognizing
persuasive language. Listening skills. Recognizing fallacy. Interpersonal
communication. Group interaction skills. Barriers in communication.
Problem solving & decision making. Applying communication skills.
Method of Delivery (lecture,
tutorial, workshop, etc)
Lecture, Group Discussion and Interactive Session
Assessment Methods*
Continuous Assessment (Individual and Group): 100%
Final Examination : 0%
Methodologies for Feedback
on Performance
Grades/marks for assignment, test and/or individual presentation
announced in class and/or displayed on the notice board
Criteria in Summative
Assessment
Refer To The University of Malaya (First Degree) Rules 2010
AndUniversity Of Malaya (First Degree) Regulations 2010 Handbook
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SEMESTER/TERM
IMPORTANT: Contents of this Course Information (Current Semester) should not be changed without the
approval from the relevant department / division.
Academic Year
2011/2012
Semester/Term
1/2
Course Code*
KXEX 2163
Course Title*
Thinking and Communication Skills
Credit*
2
Medium of Instruction
English
Course Pre-requisite(s)/
Minimum Requirement(s)
None
Main Reference
1. Fisher, A (2001) Critical Thinking: An Introduction,
Cambridge:Cambridge University Press
2. Lumsdaine, E & Lumsdaine, M (1995), Creative Problem Solving:
Thinking Skills for a Changing World, New York: McGraw-Hill, Inc.
3. Taylor, Shirley (2002) Essential Communication Skills, New York:
Longman
Teaching Materials/
Equipment
Lecture Notes and other materials like article, graphs, video clips, audio
clips, papers, etc. as thinking points.
Learning Strategies
Lecture, Group Discussion, Interactive Session
Student Learning Time
Face to face: 42
Guided learning:
Independent learning: 72
Soft Skills
Communication Skills (CS1, CS2, CS3, CS4, CS5, CS6)
Critical Thinking and Problem Solving Skills (CT1, CT2, CT3, CT4)
Lecturer
Refer to Lecture Timetable
Room
Telephone/e-mail
Lecture/Tutorial/Practical
Session:
Day/Time
Venue
Refer to Lecture Timetable
Important Dates
Test :
Examination :
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Week
Lecture/Tutorial/Assignment Topic
References/Teaching
Materials/Equipment
1
INTRODUCTION –objective, procedure, evaluation,
explanation regarding thinking skills & communication skills
Lecture Notes
2
To decipher and interpret ideas.
Lecture Notes
3
Oral communication
Lecture Notes
4
Analyze and evaluate arguments
Listening skills
Lecture Notes
5
Determining the credibility of a source
Non-verbal communication
Lecture Notes
6
Identifying persuasive language
Listening skills
Lecture Notes
7
Identifying fallacy
Lecture Notes
8
Interpersonal communication
Lecture Notes
9
Group interaction skills
Lecture Notes
10
Communication obstacles
Lecture Notes
11
Problem solving and decision making
Lecture Notes
12
Application of communication skills
Lecture Notes
13
Problem solving and decision making
Lecture Notes
14
Student project presentation
Lecture Notes
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Academy/Faculty/Centre
Chancellory
Department
Section for Co-curricular Courses, External Faculty Electives & TITAS
(SKET)
Programme
Bachelor of Biomedical Engineering
Course Code*
GXEX1412
Course Title*
Basic Entrepreneurship Culture
Course Pre-requisite(s)/
Minimum Requirement(s)
None
Student Learning Time
(SLT)*
80 hours
Credit*
2
Learning Outcomes*
At the end of the course, students are able to:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
explain the concepts of entrepreneurship and its importance.
explain the meaning of entrepreneurial ethics.
evaluate entrepreneurial spirit in themselves.
apply creativity and innovation in entrepreneurship.
develop a concrete business plan.
Transferable Skills
1. Report Writing Skills
2. Presentation Skills
Synopsis of Course
Contents
This course will attempt to inculcate the basic elements of
entrepreneurship in the students. Initiatives are taken to open their minds
and motivate the entrepreneurial spirit in this potential target group. The
course encompasses concepts and development of entrepreneurship,
analysis of entrepreneurship competency, ethics of entrepreneurship,
creativity and innovation in entrepreneurship, business opportunity, ability
to start a business, developing business plans, skills to run and manage a
business. The course also incorporates a practical application of skills
acquired through joint or individual setting up and running of business
stalls to inculcate interest in the entrepreneurial spirit, provide meaningfull
experience and expose students to a semblance of the business world.
Method of Delivery (lecture,
tutorial, workshop, etc)
Lectures, Seminar and Entrepreneurship Practicum
Assessment Methods*
Continuous Assessment:70%
Seminar
- 10%
Business Plan
- 10%
Entrepreneurship Practicum - 30%
Presentation
- 20 %
Final exam: 30%
Methodologies for Feedback
on Performance
Results will be displayed on notice board.
Criteria in Summative
Assessment
Please refer to the University of Malaya (First Degree) Rules 2010 and the
University of Malaya (First Degree) Regulations 2010.
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IMPORTANT: Contents of this Course Information (Current Semester) should not be changed without the
approval from the relevant department / division.
Academic Year
2011/2012
Semester/Term
1
Course Code*
GXEX1412
Course Title*
Asas Pembudayaan Keusahawanan
Credit*
2
Medium of Instruction
Bahasa Malaysia dan/atau Bahasa Inggeris
Course Pre-requisite(s)/
Minimum Requirement(s)
Tiada
Main Reference
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Ab. Aziz Yusof, Prinsip Keusahawanan, 2003, Malaysia : Pearson Malaysia
Sdn. Bhd.
Hisrich, R.D., Peters, M.P. & Shepherd, D.A, 2005, Entrepreneurship, 6th.
Edition, Singapore : McGraw Hill.
Kuratko, D.F. & Hodgetts, R.M. 2007, Entrepreneurships theory, process,
practice, 7th. Edition, Canada : Thomson South-Western.
Lambing, P.A. & Kuehl, C.R. 2007, Entrepreneurship, 4th. Edition, New
Jersey : Pearson Education, Inc.
Rosli Mahmood & rakan-rakan, Prinsip-prinsip Asas Keusahawanan, 2007,
Malaysia : Thomson.
Teaching Materials/
Equipment
LCD projektor, komputer/komputer riba dan nota kuliah.
Learning Strategies
Kuliah, Seminar dan Praktikum Keusahawanan
Student Learning Time
Perjumpaan: 18 jam
Pembelajaran berpandu: Pembelajaran berdikari: 52 jam
Penilaian: 10 jam
(Rujuk borang Masa Pembelajaran Pelajar)
Soft Skills
1.
2.
3.
4.
Kemahiran Berkomunikasi (CS1-CS3)
Kerja Berpasukan (TS1)
Pembelajaran Berterusan dan Pengurusan Maklumat (LL1-LL2)
Kemahiran Keusahawanan (KK1-KK2)
Lecturer
Pensyarah SKET
Room
SKET
Telephone/e-mail
03-7967 5429/5430/5671
Lecture/Tutorial/Practical
Session:
Day/Time
Venue
Sila rujuk Jadual Waktu Kuliah
Important Dates
Seminar Keusahawanan: Minggu ke 7 dan 11
Praktikum Keusahawanan: Minggu ke 12
Pembentangan: Minggu ke 13 dan 14
Peperiksaan: mengikut Jadual Peperiksaan Universiti
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TEACHING SCHEDULE
Week
Lecture Topic / Tutorial / Assignments
Reference/Teaching
Materials/Equipment
1
Konsep & Perkembangan Keusahawanan
LCD, komputer dan nota kuliah
2
Taklimat Rancangan Perniagaan/Hari Keusahawanan
LCD, komputer dan nota kuliah
3
Analisis Kompetensi Keusahawanan Diri
LCD, komputer dan nota kuliah
4
Etika Keusahawanan
LCD, komputer dan nota kuliah
5
Kreativiti & Inovasi Dalam Perniagaan
LCD, komputer dan nota kuliah
6
Peluang Perniagaan
LCD, komputer dan nota kuliah
7
Seminar Keusahawanan
LCD, komputer dan nota kuliah
8
Kemahiran Memulakan Perniagaan
LCD, komputer dan nota kuliah
9
Merancang Perniagaan
LCD, komputer dan nota kuliah
10
Kemahiran Mengurus Projek Perniagaan
LCD, komputer dan nota kuliah
11
Seminar Keusahawanan
LCD dan komputer
12
Praktikum Keusahawanan
LCD dan komputer
13
Pembentangan Kumpulan
LCD dan komputer
14
Pembentangan Kumpulan
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Academy/Faculty/Centre
Chancellory
Department
Section for Co-curricular Courses, External Faculty Electives & TITAS
(SKET)
Programme
Bachelor of Biomedical Engineering
Course Code*
GXEX1413
Course Title*
Introduction to Malaysia
Course Pre-requisite(s)/
Minimum Requirement(s)
None
Student Learning Time
(SLT)*
80 hours
Credit*
2
Learning Outcomes*
At the end of the course, students are able to:
1. explain history, administrative structure and Constitution of Malaysia.
2. explain places, races, way of life, values and culture of Malaysians.
3. demonstrate effective interpersonal skills and teamwork.
Transferable Skills
1. Report Writing Skills
2. Presentation Skills
Synopsis of Course
Contents
This course will explain the history and formation of Malaysia. It will also
discuss the national administrative structure and system of Malaysia, the
Malaysian Constitution, culture, values, ethnic orientation, national
integration, unity and guidelines on social interactions with Malaysians.
Method of Delivery (lecture,
tutorial, workshop, etc)
Lectures and fieldwork
Assessment Methods*
Continuous Assessment: 50%
Presentation - 10%
Report
- 30%
Quiz
- 10%
Final Examination: 50%
Methodologies for Feedback
on Performance
Results will be displayed on notice board.
Criteria in Summative
Assessment
Please refer to the University of Malaya (First Degree) Rules 2010 And
the University of Malaya (First Degree) Regulations 2010.
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COURSE INFORMATION FOR CURRENT
SEMESTER/TERM
IMPORTANT: Contents of this Course Information (Current Semester) should not be changed without the
approval from the relevant department / division.
Academic Year
2011/2012
Semester/Term
1
Course Code*
GXEX1413
Course Title*
Pengenalan kepada Malaysia
Credit*
2
Medium of Instruction
Bahasa Inggeris
Course Pre-requisite(s)/
Minimum Requirement(s)
Tiada
Main Reference
1. Asma Abdullah & Paul B. Pedersen. (2003), Understanding
multicultural Malaysia: Delights, puzzles & irritations, Kuala Lumpur:
Prentice Hall Pearson Malaysia Sdn. Bhd.
2. Cheah Boon Kheng. (2002), Malaysia: The Making of a Nation,
Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies.
3. Kahn, J. and Loh Kok Wah (eds). (1993), Fragmented Vision: Culture
and Politics in Contemporary Malaysia, Sydney: Allen and Unwin.
Teaching Materials/
Equipment
LCD projektor, komputer riba, nota kuliah
Learning Strategies
Kuliah dan Kerja Lapangan
Student Learning Time
Perjumpaan : 20 jam
Pembelajaran berpandu : Pembelajaran berdikari : 57 jam
Penilaian: 3 jam
(Rujuk borang Masa Pembelajaran Pelajar)
Soft Skills
1. Kemahiran Berkomunikasi (CS1-CS3)
2. Kerja Berpasukan (TS1)
Lecturer
Pensyarah SKET
Room
SKET
Telephone/e-mail
03-7967 5430/5671
Lecture/Tutorial/Practical
Session:
Day/Time
Venue
Sila rujuk Jadual Waktu Kuliah
Important Dates
Pembentangan tugasan: Minggu ke 11 hingga minggu ke 14
Peperiksaan:mengikut Jadual Peperiksaan Universiti
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SEMESTER/TERM
TEACHING SCHEDULE
Reference/Teaching
Materials/Equipment
Week
Lecture Topic / Tutorial / Assignments
Malaysian History:
Malay Sultanate of Malacca, Colonisation Period and
Independence
LCD, computer and lecture notes
1
2
Malaysian History:
Formation of Malaysia
LCD, computer and lecture notes
System and Structure of National Administration:
Malaysian Government, Governmental System: executive,
legislative and judiciary
LCD, computer and lecture notes
3
4
Constitution: Federal and State
LCD, computer and lecture notes
Malaysian Cultural Context
LCD, computer and lecture notes
6
Malaysian Values and Orientation
LCD, computer and lecture notes
7
Indigenous Groups and Others
LCD, computer and lecture notes
8
National Integration and Unity
LCD, computer and lecture notes
Interacting With Malaysians:
Communicating, Avoiding Conflict, Understanding Nonverbal Behaviour
LCD, computer and lecture notes
9
10
Interacting With Malaysians:
Respecting Multiethnic Sensitivities
LCD, computer and lecture notes
11
Presentation
LCD, computer and lecture notes
12
Presentation
LCD, computer and lecture notes
13
Presentation
LCD and computer
5
14
Presentation
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Changes to the other items can be approved at the Academy/Faculty/Institution/Centre level.
Academy/Faculty/Centre
Engineering
Department
Biomedical Engineering
Programme
Bachelor of Biomedical Engineering
Course Code*
KXEX 1110
Course Title*
Fundamental of Material Sciences
Course Pre-requisite(s)/
Minimum Requirement(s)
None
Student Learning Time
(SLT)*
122 hours
Credit*
3
Learning Outcomes*
At the end of the course, students are able to:
1. Explain the theory of basic atomic structure and the imperfection.
2. Describe the phase diagram, materials characteristic and mechanical
testing.
3. Discuss the characteristic, processing and application of polymer,
ceramic and composite
4. Give example of some electrical and magnetic properties of materials.
Transferable Skills
Communication Skill, Problem Solving, Team Works
Synopsis of Course
Contents
Introduction to Materials science and engineering, atomic structure and
atomic bonding. Crystal structure and imperfection. Steel characteristic
and processing, phase diagram and engineering alloy. Characteristic.
Processing and application of polymer, ceramic and composite
Method of Delivery (lecture,
tutorial, workshop, etc)
Lecture, Tutorial, Laboratory
Assessment Methods*
Continuous Assessment : 40%
Final Examination : 60%
Methodologies for Feedback
on Performance
Marks for Continuous Assessment will be displayed on the student notice
board before the final exam and grades will be determined after the final
examination.
Criteria in Summative
Assessment
Refer To The University of Malaya (First Degree) Rules 2010
AndUniversity Of Malaya (First Degree) Regulations 2010 Handbook
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COURSE INFORMATION FOR CURRENT
SEMESTER/TERM
IMPORTANT: Contents of this Course Information (Current Semester) should not be changed without the
approval from the relevant department / division.
Academic Year
2011/2012
Semester/Term
2
Course Code*
KXEX 1110
Course Title*
Fundamental of Material Science
Credit*
3
Medium of Instruction
English
Course Pre-requisite(s)/
Minimum Requirement(s)
None
Main Reference
1. William F. Smith and Javad Hashemi ―Foundation of Materials Sciencce
and Engineering‖ McGraw Hill, 2005.
2. William D. Callister ―Fundamentals of Material Science and
Engineering‖, John Wiley & Sons, 2004
3. James F. Schakelford ―Introduction to Material Science for Engineers‖
Prentice Hall, 2008.
4. Traugott Fischer ―Material Science for Engineering Students‖ Academic
Press, 2008
5. David D. Rethwish and William D. Callister ―Fundamentals of Material
Science and Engineering‖, John Wiley & Sons, 2007
Teaching Materials/
Equipment
Lecture Notes, Tutorial Questions and Lab Sheet
Learning Strategies
Lectures, Tutorial, Lab
Student Learning Time
Face to face: 56 hours
Guided learning: 2 hours
Independent learning: 61 hours
Soft Skills
Communication Skills (CS1, CS2), Problem Solving (CT1) and Team
Works (TS1, TS2)
Lecturer
Refer to Lecture Timetable
Room
Telephone/e-mail
Lecture/Tutprial/Practical
Session:
Day/Time
Venue
Refer to Lecture Timetable
Important Dates
Test :
Examination : Refer to Examination Timetable
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SEMESTER/TERM
TEACHING SCHEDULE
Week
Lecture/Tutorial/Assignment Topic
References/Teaching
Materials/Equipment
1
Introduction to Materials Science and Engineering
Lecture Notes, Tutorial Questions
2
Atomic Structure and Bonding
Lecture Notes, Tutorial Questions
3
Crystal and Amorphous structure in Materials
Lecture Notes, Tutorial Questions
4
Crystal and Amorphous structure in Materials
Lecture Notes, Tutorial Questions
5
Solidification and Crystalline Imperfection
Lecture Notes, Tutorial Questions
6
Diffusion
Lecture Notes, Tutorial Questions
7
Mechanical Properties of Metals
Lecture Notes, Tutorial Questions
8
Mechanical Properties of Metals (Continue)
Lecture Notes, Tutorial Questions
9
Phase Diagrams and Engineering Alloys
Lecture Notes, Tutorial Questions
10
Structure and Properties of Ceramics
Lecture Notes, Tutorial Questions
11
Application and Processing of Ceramics
Lecture Notes, Tutorial Questions
12
Polymer and Composites
Lecture Notes, Tutorial Questions
13
Electrical and Magnetic Properties
Lecture Notes, Tutorial Questions
14
Example of Electrical and Magnetic Material
Lecture Notes, Tutorial Questions
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Changes to the other items can be approved at the Academy/Faculty/Institution/Centre level.
Academy/Faculty/Centre
Engineering
Department
Biomedical Engineering
Programme
Bachelor of Biomedical Engineering
Course Code*
KXEX 1144
Course Title*
Foundations of Engineering Calculus
Course Pre-requisite(s)/
Minimum Requirement(s)
None
Student Learning Time
(SLT)*
80 hours
Credit*
2
Learning Outcomes*
At the end of the course, students are able to:
1. Describe elementary special functions (e.g. exponential, log, and
trigonometric functions) which arise in engineering.
2. Practice the skills obtained from differential and integral calculus to deal
with models in engineering
3. Use the basic calculus concepts and apply knowledge gained in
subsequent engineering courses or others
Transferable Skills
Problem Solving and Team Works
Synopsis of Course
Contents
Functions. Trigonometric and hyperbolic functions, exponential functions,
logarithmic functions. Concept domain and range of function, graphs of
function, Inverse functions, combining functions, composite functions,
rational functions and partial functions.
Limit continuity and differentiation. Concept of limit. Continuity and types
of discontinuity. Derivative of trigonometric and hyperbolic functions.
Increasing and decreasing functions. Implicit differentiation and the chain
rule. Higher derivatives of functions. Critical points, minimum and
maximum of functions.
Integrals. Indefinite integrals with variable limits of integration. Technique
of integrations: integration by partial fraction, integration by substitution,
integration by parts.
Partial derivatives, higher order partial derivatives. Differentiation of
composite functions. Partial derivative using Jacobians.
Method of Delivery (lecture,
tutorial, workshop, etc)
Lecture/Tutorial/Problem solving and group discussion
Assessment Methods*
Continuous Assessment : 40%
Final Examination : 60%
Methodologies for Feedback
on Performance
Grades/marks for assignment, test and/or individual presentation
announced in class and/or displayed on the notice board
Criteria in Summative
Assessment
Refer To The University of Malaya (First Degree) Rules 2010
AndUniversity Of Malaya (First Degree) Regulations 2010 Handbook
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COURSE INFORMATION FOR CURRENT
SEMESTER/TERM
IMPORTANT: Contents of this Course Information (Current Semester) should not be changed without the
approval from the relevant department / division.
Academic Year
2011/2012
Semester/Term
1/2
Course Code*
KXEX 1144
Course Title*
Fundamentals of Engineering Calculus
Credit*
2
Medium of Instruction
English
Course Pre-requisite(s)/
Minimum Requirement(s)
None
Main Reference
1. Modern Engineering Mathematics, (4th edition), Glyn James (EdisonWesley), 2007
2. Advanced Engineering Mathematics, (8th edition), Erwin Kreyszig (John
Wiley), 2001
3. Engineering Mathematics, (5th edition), K. A. Stroud and D.J. Booth
(Palgrave), 2007
4. Further Engineering Mathematics, (3rd edition), K. A. Stroud
(MacMillan)) 1992
Teaching Materials/
Equipment
LCD Projector, White Board, Lecture Notes, Tutorial Papers, Main
Reference Books
Learning Strategies
Lecture/Tutorial/Problem solving and group discussion
Student Learning Time
80 hrs
Face to face: 34 hrs
Guided learning:
Independent learning:43 hrs
Soft Skills
Communication Skills (CS1, CS2), Critical Thinking and Problem Solving
(CT1, CT2, CT3), Team Works (TS1, TS2) and Life Long Learning (LL1,
LL2)
Lecturer
Abdelaziz Mahrez
Room
2, 8 floor, Engineering Building
Telephone/e-mail
7967 5339/4445 – [email protected]
Lecture/Tutprial/Practical
Session:
Day/Time
Venue
Refer to Lecture Timetable
Important Dates
Test :
Examination : Refer to Examination Timetable
th
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SEMESTER/TERM
TEACHING SCHEDULE
Week
Lecture/Tutorial/Assignment Topic
References/Teaching
Materials/Equipment
1
Concept domain and range of function, graphs of function.
Lecture notes and tutorial papers.
2
One to one function. Composite functions. Limit concept of
functions.
Lecture notes and tutorial papers
3
Concept of limit. Continuity and derivation of functions
Lecture notes and tutorial papers
4
Implicit differentiation and the chain rule. Higher derivatives
of functions.
Lecture notes and tutorial papers.
5
Critical points, minimum and maximum of functions.
Lecture notes and tutorial papers.
6
Trigonometric functions and inverse of Trigonometric
functions
Lecture notes and tutorial papers.
7
Hyperbolic functions and inverse of hyperbolic functions.
Mid semester test.
Lecture notes and tutorial papers.
8
McClaurin series
Lecture notes and tutorial papers.
9
Taylor series
Lecture notes and tutorial papers.
10
Indefinite integrals, integration by parts.
Lecture notes and tutorial papers.
11
Partial derivatives, definition, domain of the function,
dependent and independent variables.
Lecture notes and tutorial papers.
12
Higher order partial derivatives, Differentiation of composite
functions.
Lecture notes and tutorial papers.
13
Differentiation of Implicit functions.
Lecture notes and tutorial papers.
14
Partial derivative using Jacobians. Differential operator.
Lecture notes and tutorial
papers.
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Academy/Faculty/Centre
Engineering
Department
Biomedical Engineering
Programme
Bachelor of Biomedical Engineering
Course Code*
KXEX 1145
Course Title*
Basic Engineering Algebra
Course Pre-requisite(s)/
Minimum Requirement(s)
None
Student Learning Time
(SLT)*
82 hours
Credit*
2
Learning Outcomes*
At the end of this course, students are able to:
1. Use DeMoivre Theorem and Euler Formula to determine the power and
roots of complex numbers.
2. Explain the concepts of matrices, determinants, ranks,eigenvalues and
eigenvectors.
3. Solve systems of linear equations and diagonalize square matrices.
4. Use the dot product, cross product and triple products of vectors to
determine the parametric equations and vector equations of lines and
planes.
Transferable Skills
Communication Skills, Critical Thinking and Problem Solving Skills, Team
Works and Life Long learning and Information Management
Synopsis of Course
Contents
Complex numbers: Addition, substraction, multiplication and division.
Complex numbers in polar form. Complex numbers in exponent form.
DeMoivre Theorem. Power and roots of complex number. Euler Formula.
Matrices: Diagonal, symmetric, skew symmetric, orthogonal, Hermitian,
skew Hermitian and unit matrix. Transpose. Determinant. Minor, cofactor
and adjoint. Singular and non-singular matrices. Inverse of matrix. Linearly
dependent and linearly independent vectors. Rank of a matrix.
Homogenous and non-homogenous system of linear equations. Existence
of solutions and their properties. Gaussian Elimination method. Cramer‘s
Rule. Eigenvalues and eigenvectors. Diagonalization. Cayley-Hamilton
Theorem.
Vector Algebra: Cartesian Vector in two and three dimension systems. Dot
and cross product. Parametric Equations and Vector Equations of lines.
Skew Lines. Equations of planes. Distance between a point and a plane.
Distance between two planes. Angle between two intersecting lines and
angle between two intersecting planes. Triple products of vectors.
Method of Delivery (lecture,
tutorial, workshop, etc)
Lectures and tutorials.
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Assessment Methods*
Continuous Assessment : 40%, Final Examination : 60%
Methodologies for Feedback
on Performance
Grades/marks for assignment, test and/or individual presentation
announced in class and/or displayed on the notice board
Criteria in Summative
Assessment
Please Refer To The University of Malaya (First Degree) Rules 2010
AndUniversity Of Malaya (First Degree) Regulations 2010 Handbook
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COURSE INFORMATION FOR CURRENT
SEMESTER/TERM
IMPORTANT: Contents of this Course Information (Current Semester) should not be changed without the
approval from the relevant department / division.
Academic Year
2011/2012
Semester/Term
1/2
Course Code*
KXEX 1145
Course Title*
Basic Engineering Algebra
Credit*
2
Medium of Instruction
English
Course Pre-requisite(s)/
Minimum Requirement(s)
None
Main Reference
1. Modern Engineering Mathematics, (4th edition), Glyn James (EdisonWesley), 2007
2. Advanced Engineering Mathematics, (8th edition), Erwin Kreyszig (John
Wiley), 2001
3. Theory and Problems of Vector Analysis, (2nd edition), Murray R.
Spiegel (Schaum's series) 2008
4. Engineering Mathematics, (5th edition), K. A. Stroud and D.J. Booth
(Palgrave), 2007
5. Further Engineering Mathematics, (3rd edition), K. A. Stroud
(MacMillan)) 1992
Teaching Materials/
Equipment
LCD Projector, White Board, Lecture Notes, Tutorial Papers, Main
Reference Books
Learning Strategies
Lectures and Tutorials
Student Learning Time
Face to face:34 hrs
Guided learning:
Independent learning:43 hrs
(Refer to Student Learning Time form)
Soft Skills
Communication Skills (CS1, CS2), Critical Thinking and Problem Solving
(CT1, CT2, CT3), Team Work (TS1) and Life Long Learning and
Information Management (LL1).
Lecturer
Wong Peng Choon/Deng Chai Ling
Room
127/139
Telephone/e-mail
79674340/ [email protected]
79674333/[email protected]
Lecture/Tutprial/Practical
Session:
Day/Time
Venue
Refer to Lecture Timetable
Important Dates
Test :
Examination : Refer to Examination Timetable
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SEMESTER/TERM
TEACHING SCHEDULE
Week
Lecture/Tutorial/Assignment Topic
References/Teaching
Materials/Equipment
1
CHAPTER 1 COMPLEX NUMBERS. Introduction.
Operations. Conjugate. Solution of polynomial equation.
Lecture notes and tutorial papers.
2
Argand diagram. Polar form. Modulus. Exponential form.
Lecture notes and tutorial papers
3
De Moivre's theorem. N-th root.
Lecture notes and tutorial papers
Lectures and tutorials.
4
CHAPTER 2 MATRIX ALGEBRA.
Basic concepts. Properties of matrix operations.
Transpose. Determinants.
Lecture notes and tutorial papers.
5
Inverse. Applications to linear equations. Cramer's Rule.
Gaussian elimination.
Lecture notes and tutorial papers.
6
Eigenvalues and eigenvectors. Cayley-Hamilton theorem.
Lecture notes and tutorial papers.
7
Linear dependence. Row echelon matrix. Reduced row
echelon matrix.
Lecture notes and tutorial papers.
8
Diagonalization.
Lecture notes and tutorial papers.
9
MID-SEMESTER TEST.
CHAPTER 3 VECTOR ALGEBRA.
Basic concepts. Cartesian components.
Lecture notes and tutorial papers.
10
Vectors in space. Applications in geometry. Equations of
lines in space.
Lecture notes and tutorial papers.
11
Linear combination and linear dependence. Dot product.
Projection of a vector.
Lecture notes and tutorial papers.
12
Applications of vector projection. Cross product and its
applications.
Lecture notes and tutorial papers.
13
Triple product.
Lecture notes and tutorial papers.
14
Orthogonal projection of an area to a plane.
Lecture notes and tutorial papers.
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Changes to the other items can be approved at the Academy/Faculty/Institution/Centre level.
Academy/Faculty/Centre
Engineering
Department
Biomedical Engineering
Programme
Bachelor of Biomedical Engineering
Course Code*
KXEX 2244
Course Title*
Ordinary Differential Equations
Course Pre-requisite(s)/
Minimum Requirement(s)
None
Student Learning Time (SLT)*
80 hours
Credit*
2
Learning Outcomes*
At the end of the course, student‘s are able to:
1. Identify the order and linearity of an ODE and verifying whether a given
function is a solution or not.
2. Solve first order ODE.
3. Solve linear second order ODE analytically.
4. Solve linear second order ODE in series form.
Transferable Skills
Problem Solving.
Synopsis of Course Contents
Fundamental concepts and definitions in ODE, Initial value problem, First
order ODE: separable, linear, exact equations and equations reducible to
those forms. Integrating factor. Linear equation of higher order: Linearly
independent solutions, Wronskian, Lagrange‘s reduction of order,
complementary functions and particular solutions, the method of
undetermined coefficients, the variation of parameters, Euler-Cauchy‘s
equation. Series solution method: power series, convergence, series
solution at ordinary and singular points, the method of Frobenius
Method of Delivery (lecture,
tutorial, workshop, etc)
Lectures and Tutorials
Assessment Methods*
Continuous Assessment : 40%
Final Examination : 60%
Methodologies for Feedback
on Performance
Grades/marks for assignment, test and/or individual presentation
announced in class and/or displayed on the notice board
Criteria in Summative
Please Refer To The University of Malaya (First Degree) Rules 2010
Assessment
AndUniversity Of Malaya (First Degree) Regulations 2010 Handbook
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COURSE INFORMATION FOR CURRENT
SEMESTER/TERM
IMPORTANT: Contents of this Course Information (Current Semester) should not be changed without the
approval from the relevant department / division.
Academic Year
2011/2012
Semester/Term
1/2
Course Code*
KXEX 2244
Course Title*
Ordinary Differential Equations
Credit*
2
Medium of Instruction
English/Bahasa
Course Pre-requisite(s)/
Minimum Requirement(s)
None
Main Reference
1. Engineering Mathematics (5th Ed), K Stroud & D Booth, Palgrave
(2001)
2. Advanced Engineering Mathematics (8th Ed), Erwin Kreyszig, John
Wiley (1998)
3. Modern Engineering Mathematics (2nd Ed), Glyn James, AddisonWesley (1996)
4. Frank Ayres Jr, Schaum‘s Outline Series: Differential Equations,
McGraw Hill, 1972
Teaching Materials/
Equipment
Lecture notes ,Tutorial papers
Learning Strategies
Lectures, Tutorials
Student Learning Time
Face to face: 32 hours
Guided learning:
Independent learning: 45 hours
Soft Skills
Communication skills (CS1, CS2), Critical Thinking and Problem Solving
Skills (CT1, CT2, CT3), Team Work (TS1) and Life Long Learning and
Information Management (LL1).
Lecturer
Refer to Lecture Timetable
Room
Telephone/e-mail
Lecture/Tutprial/Practical
Session:
Day/Time
Venue
Refer to Lecture Timetable
Important Dates
Test :
Examination : Refer to Examination Timetable
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COURSE INFORMATION FOR CURRENT
SEMESTER/TERM
TEACHING SCHEDULE
Week
Lecture/Tutorial/Assignment Topic
References/Teaching
Materials/Equipment
1
Introduction to the course, Fundamental concept and
definitions in ODE: order, degree, linear, solution, Initial
value problem
Lecture Notes
2
ODE of first order, direct integration, linear equation
Lecture Notes
3
ODE reducible to linear: e.g. Bernoulli‘s equation.
Separable equation.
Lecture Notes
4
Homegeneous of order n, ODE reducible to separable or
homogeneous.
Lecture Notes
5
Exact equations, intergrating factor.
Lecture Notes
6
Fundamental concepts in linear ODE of higher order:
linearly independent solutions, Wronskian, superposition.
Lecture Notes
7
Linear homogeneous equation with constant coefficients.
Lagrange‘s reduction of order
Lecture Notes
8
Nonhomogeneous linear equation, particular solutions.
Lecture Notes
9
The method of undetermined coefficients and variation of
parameters.
Lecture Notes
10
Euler-Cauchy‘s equation.
Lecture Notes
11
Power series, test and convergence.
Lecture Notes
12
Series solution for ODE (ordinary point)
Lecture Notes
13
The method of Frobenius (singular point)
Lecture Notes
14
Revision
Lecture Notes
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Changes to the other items can be approved at the Academy/Faculty/Institution/Centre level.
Academy/Faculty/Centre
Engineering
Department
Biomedical Engineering
Programme
Bachelor of Biomedical Engineering
Course Code*
KXEX 2245
Course Title*
Vector Analysis
Course Pre-requisite(s)/
Minimum Requirement(s)
KXEX 1144 and KXEX 1145
Student Learning Time
(SLT)*
80 hours
Credit*
2
Learning Outcomes*
At the end of the course, students are able to:
1. Define the scalar and vector functions
2. Use gradient, divergence and Curl for engineering applications
3. Use line intergrals, surface intergrals and volume intergrals for
engineering applications
4. Use Stokes and Gauss Theorem‘s for engineering applications
Transferable Skills
Communication Skills, Problem Solving and Team Works
Synopsis of Course
Contents
Differentiation & Integration Of Vector Function. Gradient, Divergence &
Curl. Directional Derivative. Line, Surface & Volume Integrals. Curvilinear
Coordinates. Gauss Theorem & Stokes‘ Theorem
Method of Delivery (lecture,
tutorial, workshop, etc)
LECTURES AND TUTORIALS
Assessment Methods*
Continuous Assessment : 40%
Final Examination : 60%
Methodologies for Feedback
on Performance
Grades/marks for assignment, test and/or individual presentation
announced in class and/or displayed on the notice board
Criteria in Summative
Assessment
Please Refer To The University of Malaya (First Degree) Rules 2010
AndUniversity Of Malaya (First Degree) Regulations 2010 Handbook
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SEMESTER/TERM
IMPORTANT: Contents of this Course Information (Current Semester) should not be changed without the
approval from the relevant department / division.
Academic Year
2011/2012
Semester/Term
1/2
Course Code*
KXEX 2245
Course Title*
Vector Analysis
Credit*
2
Medium of Instruction
English
Course Pre-requisite(s)/
Minimum Requirement(s)
KXEX1144 and KXEX 1145
Main Reference
1. T. Duffy, Tim Duffy Lab Series : Excel 97, Addison-Wesley, 1996.
2. E. Part-Enander, A.Sjoberg, B. Melin & M. Isaksson, The Matlab
Handbook, Addison-Wesley, 1996.
3. Eva Part-Enander, The Matlab Handbook, Addison Wesley, 1996.
4. P.R. Toliver & Y> Johnson, Selected Lab Series : Projects for Microsoft
Excel 97, Addison-Wesley, 1998.
5. George Lindfield and John Penny, Numerical Methods Using Matlab,
Prentice Hall, 1999.
Teaching Materials/
Equipment
Lectures Notes and Tutorial Sheets
Learning Strategies
Lecture, Tutorial, Problem Solving
Student Learning Time
Face to face: 34 hours
Guided learning:
Independent learning: 42 hours
Soft Skills
Communication Skills (CS1, CS2, CS3), Critical Thinking and Problem
Solving Skills (CT1, CT2), Team Work (TS1, TS2)
Lecturer
Refer to Lecture Timetable
Room
Telephone/e-mail
Lecture/Tutprial/Practical
Session:
Day/Time
Venue
Refer to Lecture Timetable
Important Dates
Test :
Examination :
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TEACHING SCHEDULE
Week
Lecture/Tutorial/Assignment Topic
References/Teaching
Materials/Equipment
1
Scalar & Vector Functions
Lecture Notes
2
Continuity & Differentiability Of Scalar & Vector Functions
Lecture Notes
3
Gradient, Divergence & Curl. Directional Derivatives
Lecture Notes
4
Identities For Del Operator, The Proofs Using Summation
Notations
Lecture Notes
5
Line Integrals
Lecture Notes
6
Surface Integrals
Lecture Notes
7
Surface Integrals
Lecture Notes
8
Volume Integrals
Lecture Notes
9
Currilinear Coordinates With Ds & Dv
Lecture Notes
10
Integral Definition Of Divergence & Curl
Lecture Notes
11
Gauss Theorem
Lecture Notes
12
Stokes‘ Theorem
Lecture Notes
13
Examples On Gauss Theorem & Stokes‘ Theorem
Lecture Notes
14
Examples On Gauss Theorem & Stokes‘ Theorem
Lecture Notes
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Academy/Faculty/Centre
Engineering
Department
Biomedical Engineering
Programme
Bachelor of Biomedical Engineering
Course Code*
KXEX 2166
Course Title*
Law and Engineer
Course Pre-requisite(s)/
Minimum Requirement(s)
None
Student Learning Time
(SLT)*
80 hours
Credit*
2
Learning Outcomes*
At the end of the course, students are able to:
1) Describe the effect of law on the society with emphasis on engineers.
2) Apply principles of law on a given situation to identify liabilities under
the law.
3) Identify legal wrongs and their consequences
4) Analyse legal principles to avoid conflicts in society.
5) Explain contractual obligations
6) Explain legal dimensions for relevant aspects of human behaviour
Transferable Skills
Communication Skills, Team Works and Information Management
Synopsis of Course
Contents
Introduction to law and its functions, the basis of laws in relation to the
area of engineering with emphasis on the laws of tort, contract and
intellectual property, Acts of Parliament that are relevant to these areas
Method of Delivery (lecture,
tutorial, workshop, etc)
Lecture, Group Discussion, Interactive Session
Assessment Methods*
Continuous Assessment : 40%
Final Examination : 60%
Methodologies for Feedback
on Performance
Grades/marks for assignment, test and/or individual presentation
announced in class and/or displayed on the notice board
Criteria in Summative
Assessment
Please Refer To The University of Malaya (First Degree) Rules 2010
AndUniversity Of Malaya (First Degree) Regulations 2010 Handbook
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SEMESTER/TERM
IMPORTANT: Contents of this Course Information (Current Semester) should not be changed without the
approval from the relevant department / division.
Academic Year
2011/2012
Semester/Term
1/2
Course Code*
KXEX 2166
Course Title*
Law and Engineer
Credit*
2
Medium of Instruction
English
Course Pre-requisite(s)/
Minimum Requirement(s)
None
Main Reference
1. Law of torts in Malaysia,2nd Ed., Norchaya Haji Talib, Petaling Jaya,
Selangor, Sweet & Maxwell Asia, 2003.
2. Prinsip-prinsip asas tort, Norchaya Haji Talib Petaling Jaya,
Selangor,
Sweet & Maxwell, 2006.
3. Pengenalan kepada sistem perundangan di Malaysia, Noor Aziah
Haji
Mohd. Awal, Kuala Lumpur, International Law Book Services, 2005.
4. Undang-undang kontrak di Malaysia, 2nd Ed., Salleh Buang, Kuala
Lumpur, Central Law Book Co., 1995.
5. Introduction to intellectual property law,4th Ed., Phillips, Jeremy,
London, Butterworths, 2001.
Teaching Materials/
Equipment
Lecture Notes
Learning Strategies
Lecture, Group Discussion,Interactive session
Student Learning Time
Face to face: 28 hours
Guided learning:
Independent learning: 48 hours
Soft Skills
Communication Skills (CS1, CS2, CS3), Critical Thinking and Problem
Solving Skills (CT1, CT2, CT3), Team Woks (TS1, TS2) and Life Long
Learning and Information Management Skills (LL1, LL2).
Lecturer
Refer to Lecture Timetable
Room
Telephone/e-mail
Lecture/Tutprial/Practical
Session:
Day/Time
Venue
Refer to Lecture Timetable
Important Dates
Test :
Examination : Refer to Examination Timetable
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TEACHING SCHEDULE
Week
Lecture/Tutorial/Assignment Topic
References/Teaching
Materials/Equipment
1
Introduction to the Malaysia legal system in Malaysia
Lecture Notes
2
Introduction to the law of tort in Malaysia and concepts of
tort under the title a intentional torts against the person.
Lecture Notes
3
Trespass to land.
Lecture Notes
4
Interference with goods
Lecture Notes
5
Tort of nuisance.
Lecture Notes
6
Tort of Negligence.
Lecture Notes
7
Strict liability tort and vicarious liability.
Lecture Notes
8
Defences to tort.
Lecture Notes
9
Introduction to law of contract and the making of contracts.
Lecture Notes
10
Contents of contracts.
Lecture Notes
11
Meaning of void, voidable and valid contracts.
Lecture Notes
12
Discharge of contract/remedies for breach of valid
contracts.
Lecture Notes
13
Remedies for void and voidable contracts.
Lecture Notes
14
Intellectual property and rights under the law.
Lecture Notes
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Academy/Faculty/Centre
Engineering
Department
Biomedical Engineering
Programme
Bachelor of Biomedical Engineering
Course Code*
KXEX 2162
Course Title*
Economics, Finance and Engineers
Course Pre-requisite(s)/
Minimum Requirement(s)
None
Student Learning Time
(SLT)*
82 hours
Credit*
2
Learning Outcomes*
At the end of this course, students are able to:
1. Understand the fundamental ideas that economics has to offer and
appreciate the power and relevance of micro economics to engineering
profession.
2. Discuss key ideas in economic analysis that address the economic
problem of how to allocate scarce resources among unlimited wants.
3. Recognize the very practical needs of the engineer towards making
informed financial decisions in an engineering project.
4. Apply the concept of Time Value of Money and discounted cash flow in
investment decision making and financial management
Transferable Skills
Communication Skills, Critical Thinking and Problem Solving Skills,
Teamwork and Life Long Learning and Information Management.
Synopsis of Course
Contents
This course introduces the economic principles and analytical tools
needed to think intelligently about economic problems. The course begins
by focusing on microeconomics, in which students will examine the
concept and principles of individual consumer and firm behaviour. In the
second part of the course deals with the thought processes, concepts,
methods, and knowledge bases used by engineers to cost engineering
projects and to evaluate the merit of making a particular investment, and
to chose the best of a series of alternative investments to achieve a
desired objective
Method of Delivery (lecture,
tutorial, workshop, etc)
Lecture and Case Study
Assessment Methods*
Continuous Assessment : 40%
Final Examination : 60%
Methodologies for Feedback
on Performance
Grades/marks for assignment, test and/or individual presentation
announced in class and/or displayed on the notice board
Criteria in Summative
Assessment
Please Refer To The University of Malaya (First Degree) Rules 2010
AndUniversity Of Malaya (First Degree) Regulations 2010 Handbook
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SEMESTER/TERM
IMPORTANT: Contents of this Course Information (Current Semester) should not be changed without the
approval from the relevant department / division.
Academic Year
2011/2012
Semester/Term
1
Course Code*
KXEX 2162
Course Title*
Economy, Finance and Engineer
Credit*
2
Medium of Instruction
English
Course Pre-requisite(s)/
Minimum Requirement(s)
None
Main Reference
Textbook:
1. William A. McEachern, ―McEachern‘s Economics : A Contemporary
Introduction‖, Seventh Edition, Thomson Learning, 2005.
2. Chan S. Park, Contemporary Engineering Economics, Third Edition,
Prentice Hall, New Jersey. 2002
References:
1. Pindyck Rubinfield, ―Micro Economics‖, Sixth Edition, Prentice Hall,
New Jersey, 2000
2. Blank Tarquin, ―Engineering Economy‖, Sixth Edition, McGrawHill.2005
Teaching Materials/
Equipment
Lecture Notes, Current Economics Articles (Domestic and International),
Relevant websites
Learning Strategies
Lecture, Case Study
Student Learning Time
Face to face: 28 hrs
Guided learning:
Independent learning:51 hrs
Soft Skills
Communication Skills (CS1, CS2, CS3), Critical Thinking and Problem
Solving (CT1, CT2, CT3), Team Work (TS1) and Life Long Learning and
Information Management (LL1, LL2)
Lecturer
Baharuddin Khalid
Room
Telephone/e-mail
016-2347652
Lecture/Tutprial/Practical
Session:
Day/Time
Venue
Refer to Lecture Timetable
Important Dates
Test :
Examination : Refer to Examination Timetable
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SEMESTER/TERM
TEACHING SCHEDULE
Week
Lecture/Tutorial/Assignment Topic
References/Teaching
Materials/Equipment
1
Introduction to Economics
Mc Eacrn Ch 1
The Economic Problem: Scarce Resources, Unlimited
Wants
- Opportunity Cost
- Production Possibilities
- Economic Systems
2
The Challenge of Economics: Looking at Malaysia
Article
Entrepreneurial Economy
3
Introduction to the Micro Economics
- Basic Demand and Supply Analysis
- Changes in Equilibrium Price and Quantity
Ch 2 & 3
4
Market System
- Elasticity of Demand and Supply
- Consumer Choice and Demand
Ch 4 & 5 & 6
5
Production and Cost in The Firm
- The Production function and efficiency
- Production and Cost in the Short run
- Costs in the Long run.
Ch 7
6
Engineering Economic Decisions
- Evaluation of costs and benefits associated
with making a capital investment
- Understanding Financial Statements
Chan S Park
Ch 1
Ch 2
7
Time Value of Money
- How time and interest affect money
- General principles of economic
equivalence
- Nominal and effective interest rates
Ch 3
8
Money Management
- Debt management
- Principles of Investing
Ch 4
9
Present Worth Analysis
- Formulating mutually exclusive alternatives
- Variations of present worth analysis
Ch 5
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TEACHING SCHEDULE
Week
Lecture/Tutorial/Assignment Topic
References/Teaching
Materials/Equipment
10
Annual Worth Analysis
- Annual equivalent criterion
- Evaluating Alternatives by AW Analysis
Ch 6
11
Rate of Return Analysis
- Methods for finding the ROR
- IRR criterion
Ch 7
12
Developing Project Cash Flows
- Benefit/Cost analysis for engineering
projects
- Developing Cash Flow Statements
Ch 8
13
Inflation and Its Impact on Project Cash Flows
- Equivalence calculations under Inflation
- Effects of Inflation on Project Cash Flows
Ch 8
14
Special Topics in Engineering Economics
Review
Article
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Changes to the other items can be approved at the Academy/Faculty/Institution/Centre level.
Academy/Faculty/Centre
Engineering
Department
Biomedical Engineering
Programme
Bachelor of Biomedical Engineering
Course Code*
KXEX 2165
Course Title*
Moral and Ethics in Engineering Profession
Course Pre-requisite(s)/
Minimum Requirement(s)
None
Student Learning Time
(SLT)*
80 hours
Credit*
2
Learning Outcomes*
At the end of this course, students are able to:
1. Understand the implications of moral and ethics in engineering works
2. Describe the basis of moral & ethics behind the promulgation of codes
of ethics(COE) which are adopted by professional engineering bodies
3. Understand the practical needs of COE to regulate engineering
practices
4. Realise the implication of moral & ethics for engineers‘ behaviour
5. Assess between good and bad course of actions when facing with
corporate decision which need to be made in their organisation
Transferable Skills
Communication Skills, Teamwork, Professional Ethics and Moral and
Leadership Skills.
Synopsis of Course
Contents
Introduction to engineering profession and implication of engineering
career. Moral, religious and ethical theories &current Codes of Ethics.
Responsibilities and right of Engineers and implication of public welfare
and loyalty to employer. Environmental ethics, risks, liability and law.
Roles of Engineers on sustainable development and globalisation
Method of Delivery (lecture,
tutorial, workshop, etc)
Lecture, Case Study
Assessment Methods*
Continuous Assessment (Individual and Group Assignments): 100%
Methodologies for Feedback
on Performance
Grades/marks for assignment, test and/or individual presentation
announced in class and/or displayed on the notice board
Criteria in Summative
Assessment
Please Refer To The University of Malaya (First Degree) Rules 2010
AndUniversity Of Malaya (First Degree) Regulations 2010 Handbook
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SEMESTER/TERM
IMPORTANT: Contents of this Course Information (Current Semester) should not be changed without the
approval from the relevant department / division.
Academic Year
2011/2012
Semester/Term
2
Course Code*
KXEX 2165
Course Title*
Moral and Ethics in Engineering Profession
Credit*
2
Medium of Instruction
English
Course Pre-requisite(s)/
Minimum Requirement(s)
None
Main Reference
1. Mitcham,C, Duval , R.S, Engineering Ethics, Prentice Hall
2. AKTA PENDAFTARAN JURUTERA 1967 & PERATURANPERATURAN, International Law Book Services
3. ENGINEERING PROFESSIONALISM AND ETHICS, The Institution of
Engineers Malaysia(IEM)
4. Harris,C.E,Pritchard,M.S,Rabins, M.J, Engineering Ethics, Concepts
and Cases, Thompson Wardsworth
5. Readings: a) Ingenieur –BEM publication b) JURUTERA- IEM
publication
6. Davis, Michael. Thinking Like an Engineer. New York: Oxford, 1998.
7. Fleddermann, Charles B. Engineering Ethics. Upper Saddle River, NJ:
Prentice Hall, 1999.
Teaching Materials/
Equipment
Lecture Note, Computer, LCD
Learning Strategies
Lecture, Assignment
Student Learning Time
Face to face: 28 hours
Guided learning:
Independent learning:52 hours
Soft Skills
Communication Skills (CS1, CS2, CS3, CS4), Team Work (TS1, TS2),
Professional Ethics (EM1, EM2, EM3) and Moral and Leadership Skills
(LS1, LS2).
Lecturer
Prof. Madya Ir. Mustafar Ab. Kadir
Room
Telephone/e-mail
012-3157542/ [email protected]
Lecture/Tutprial/Practical
Session:
Day/Time
Venue
Refer to Lecture Timetable
Important Dates
Test :
Examination :
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TEACHING SCHEDULE
Week
Lecture/Tutorial/Assignment Topic
References/Teaching
Materials/Equipment
1
Morals And Engineering
Lecture Note
2
Profession and Professionalism
Lecture Note
3
Ethical Theories
Lecture Note
4
Codes of Ethics
Lecture Note
5
Loyalty and Honesty in Engineering
Lecture Note
6
Engineering as Experiment
Lecture Note
7
Ethics in Research
Lecture Note
8
Engineering Ethics ,Conflict and Conflict Resolution
Lecture Note
9
Engineering Ethics ,Conflict and Conflict Resolution
Lecture Note
10
Rights and Responsibilities of Engineers
Lecture Note
11
Risks, Safety and Liability
Lecture Note
12
Ethics and Environment
Lecture Note
13
Sustainable Development
Lecture Note
14
Engineers and Globalisation
Lecture Note
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Changes to the other items can be approved at the Academy/Faculty/Institution/Centre level.
Academy/Faculty/Centre
Engineering
Department
Biomedical Engineering
Programme
Bachelor of Biomedical Engineering
Course Code*
KUEU 1130
Course Title*
Statics
Course Pre-requisite(s)/
Minimum Requirement(s)
None
Student Learning Time
(SLT)*
80
Credit*
2
Learning Outcomes*
At the end of the course, students are able to:
1. Classify force systems.
2. Solve forces and moments acting on rigid bodies in equilibrium in 2D
and 3D systems.
3. Classify forces that exist within stationary and moving structures.
4. Solve problems involving geometrical properties of figures and actions
of distributed forces.
5. Explain the effects of friction and to solve problems involving
application in mechanical systems.
6. Solve problems involving rigid bodies in equilibrium using the virtual
work method.
Transferable Skills
Synopsis of Course
Contents
This course introduces force systems, force and moment in 2D and 3D
systems, forces that exist within stationary and moving structures,
geometrical properties of figures, actions of distributed forces, and rigid
bodies in equilibrium.
Method of Delivery (lecture,
tutorial, workshop, etc)
Lecture
Assessment Methods*
Continuous Assessment : 40%
Final Examination : 60%
Methodologies for Feedback
on Performance
Marks for Continuous Assessment will be displayed on the student notice
board before the final exam and grades will be determined after the final
examination.
Criteria in Summative
Assessment
Please refer to the University of Malaya Rules and Regulations (First
Degree) 2010 Handbook.
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approval from the relevant department / division.
Academic Year
Refer to Academic Planner
Semester/Term
Course Code*
KUEU 1130
Course Title*
Statics
Credit*
2
Medium of Instruction
English
Course Pre-requisite(s)/
Minimum Requirement(s)
None
Main Reference
1. Wan Abu Bakar Wan Abas. Mekanik Kejuruteraan Statik, Edisi Ke-2,
Dewan Bahasa dan Pustaka, 2001;
2. Wan Abu Bakar Wan Abas. Kamus Mekanik Gunaan, Dewan Bahasa
dan Pustaka, 1991;
3. Engineering Mechanics books written by Meriam & Kraige, Hibbeler,
and Beer & Johnston.
Teaching Materials/
Equipment
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
Learning Strategies
Lecture
Student Learning Time
Face to face: 28 hours
Guided learning: 0
Independent learning: 48 hours
(Refer to Student Learning Time form)
Soft Skills
Critical Thinking and problem solving (CT1,CT2, CT3)
Life Long Learning and information management (LL1,LL2)
(Refer to Soft Skills matrix)
Lecturer
Room
Telephone/e-mail
Lecture/Tutprial/Practical
Session:
Day/Time
Venue
Refer to Class Schedule
Important Dates
Test :
Examination : Refer to the Examination Schedule
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SEMESTER/TERM
TEACHING SCHEDULE
Week
Lecture/Tutorial/Assignment Topic
References/Teaching
Materials/Equipment
1
Introduction to statics.
Force systems (force and moment, equivalent force
systems)
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
2
Introduction to statics.
Force systems (force and moment, equivalent force
systems)
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
3
Equilibrium: Free body diagrams and equilibrium equations
for 2D and 3D systems.
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
4
Equilibrium: Free body diagrams and equilibrium equations
for 2D and 3D systems.
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
5
Structural analysis (trusses, frames, and machines)
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
6
Structural analysis (trusses, frames, and machines)
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
7
Geometrical properties of figures: centre of gravity, and first
and second moments of areas.
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
8
Geometrical properties of figures: centre of gravity, and first
and second moments of areas.
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
9
Distributed forces
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
10
Distributed forces
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
11
Friction: Phenomena of friction, wedges, screw, bearing,
belt
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
12
Friction: Phenomena of friction, wedges, screw, bearing,
belt
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
13
Virtual work
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
14
Virtual work
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
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Academy/Faculty/Centre
Engineering
Department
Biomedical Engineering
Programme
Bachelor of Biomedical Engineering
Course Code*
KUEU 1150
Course Title*
Human Anatomy and Physiology I
Course Pre-requisite(s)/
Minimum Requirement(s)
None
Student Learning Time
(SLT)*
120
Credit*
3
Learning Outcomes*
At the end of the course, students are able to:
1. Explain organization structure of human anatomy.
2. Explain each stage of cell differentiation, cell function and cell
as functional unit for physiological system.
3. Distinguish each tissue type in each human organ.
4. Explain the basic structure of cell and the physiological events occur in
the cell.
5. Describe physiology functional organ systems for muscles, central and
peripheral nervous system, physiological of reflexes, cardiovascular
and respiration systems.
6. Apply the physiology knowledge towards the biomedical engineering
practices and applications.
Transferable Skills
Analysis
Synopsis of Course
Contents
This course introduces the basics of human anatomy and physiology. The
topics covered are human anatomy, cell differentiation, tissue types, cell
as functional unit for physiological system type of muscles, central and
peripheral nervous system, physiological of reflexes, cardiovascular and
respiration systems as a physiological unit in the body. Later apply the
physiology knowledge towards the biomedical engineering practices and
applications.
Method of Delivery (lecture,
tutorial, workshop, etc)
Lecture, Tutorial
Assessment Methods*
Continuous Assessment : 40%
Final Examination : 60%
Methodologies for Feedback
on Performance
Marks for Continuous Assessment will be displayed on the student notice
board before the final exam and grades will be determined after the final
examination.
Criteria in Summative
Assessment
Please refer to the University of Malaya Rules and Regulations (First
Degree) 2010 Handbook.
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IMPORTANT: Contents of this Course Information (Current Semester) should not be changed without the
approval from the relevant department / division.
Academic Year
Refer to Academic Planner
Semester/Term
Course Code*
KUEU 1150
Course Title*
Human Anatomy and Physiology I
Credit*
3
Medium of Instruction
English
Course Pre-requisite(s)/
Minimum Requirement(s)
None
Main Reference
1. Donna M. Van Wynsberghe, Charles R. Noback & Robert Carola. 1995
rd
Human Anatomy and Physiology. 3 Edition. Mc-Graw Hill. ISBN: 007-011171-5.
2. Eric Wise. 1998. Anatomy and Physiology Laboratory Manual. McGraw Hill. ISBN 0-697-20554-1.
TH
3. Elaine Marieb. 1998. Human Anatomy & Physiology. 4 Edition.
Addison Wessley. ISBN 0-8053-4196-X
4. Alexander P.Spence. Basic Human Anatomy. Addison Wessley. ISBN
0-8053-8860-5
Teaching Materials/
Equipment
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
Learning Strategies
Refer to Student Learning Time form
Student Learning Time
120 hours
Face to face: 42
Guided learning: 0
Independent learning: 74
(Refer to Student Learning Time form)
Soft Skills
Life Long Learning 1,2
(Refer to Soft Skills matrix)
Lecturer
Room
Telephone/e-mail
Lecture/Tutprial/Practical
Session:
Day/Time
Venue
Refer to Departmental Class Schedule
Important Dates
Test :
Examination : Refer to the Examination Schedule
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TEACHING SCHEDULE
Week
Lecture/Tutorial/Assignment Topic
References/Teaching
Materials/Equipment
1
Introduction to Physiology & Cell
Revision Book, Lecture Notes
2
Skeletal Muscle I
Revision Book, Lecture Notes
3
Skeletal Muscle II
Revision Book, Lecture Notes
4
Neurophysiology I
Revision Book, Lecture Notes
5
Neurophysiology I
Revision Book, Lecture Notes
6
Autonomic Nervous System
Revision Book, Lecture Notes
7
Reflects Physiology
Revision Book, Lecture Notes
8
Mid-Semester Test
9
Cardiovascular System I
Revision Book, Lecture Notes
10
Cardiovascular System II
Revision Book, Lecture Notes
11
Respiratory System I
Revision Book, Lecture Notes
12
Respiratory System II
Revision Book, Lecture Notes
13
Respiratory System III
Revision Book, Lecture Notes
14
Revision
Revision Book, Lecture Notes
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Changes to the other items can be approved at the Academy/Faculty/Institution/Centre level.
Academy/Faculty/Centre
Engineering
Department
Biomedical Engineering
Programme
Bachelor of Biomedical Engineering
Course Code*
KUEU 2141
Course Title*
Electrical Circuit Analysis
Course Pre-requisite(s)/
Minimum Requirement(s)
None
Student Learning Time
(SLT)*
120
Credit*
3
Learning Outcomes*
At the end of the course, students are able to:
1. Perform DC analysis using KCL, KVL, Thevenin, Norton and
Superposition‘s theorems.
2. Calculate transient response of RC, RL and RLC circuits.
3. Perform AC analysis using KCL, KVL and Thevenin-Norton equivalent
circuits.
5. Calculate current, voltage and power in AC circuits using phasor
approach.
6. Describe the concept of mutual inductance and solve related problems.
7. Perform circuit analysis using simple Laplace transform.
Transferable Skills
Analytic and problem solving
Synopsis of Course
Contents
This course covers the introduction to the Kirchorff‘s law, Nodal analysis
and Thevenin‘s law, mesh analysis and superposition‘s law. Calculate
current, voltage and power in ac circuits using phasor approach. Study the
mutual Inductance and transient response in RC, RL and RLC circuits.
Method of Delivery (lecture,
tutorial, workshop, etc)
Lecture, Tutorial
Assessment Methods*
Continuous Assessment : 40%
Final Examination : 60%
Methodologies for Feedback
on Performance
Marks for Continuous Assessment will be displayed on the student notice
board before the final exam and grades will be determined after the final
examination.
Criteria in Summative
Assessment
Please refer to the University of Malaya Rules and Regulations (First
Degree) 2010 Handbook.
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SEMESTER/TERM
IMPORTANT: Contents of this Course Information (Current Semester) should not be changed without the
approval from the relevant department / division.
Academic Year
Refer to Academic Planner
Semester/Term
Course Code*
KUEU 2141
Course Title*
Electrical Circuit Analysis
Credit*
3
Medium of Instruction
English
Course Pre-requisite(s)/
Minimum Requirement(s)
None
Main Reference
1. Franco, Electric Circuit Fundamentals, Saunders College Publishing,
1995.
2. Floyd, Electric Circuit Fundamentals, Pearson International Edition,
Seventh Edition, 2007.
3. Alexander & Saunder, Fundamentals of Electric Circuits, McGraw-Hill,
2003
Teaching Materials/
Equipment
Textbook, lecture note, LCD projector
Learning Strategies
Lecture, Tutorial, Test, Examination
Student Learning Time
Face to face: 44 hours
Guided learning: 0
Independent learning: 72 hours
(Refer to Student Learning Time form)
Soft Skills
Critical Thinking and Problem Solving (CT1,CT2,CT3)
(Refer to Soft Skills matrix)
Lecturer
Ahmad Khairi Abdul Wahab
Room
A1-5-5, Block A, Department of Biomedical Engineering,
Faculty of Engineering
Telephone/e-mail
03-7967 4488 / [email protected]
Lecture/Tutprial/Practical
Session:
Day/Time
Venue
Refer to Class Schedule
Important Dates
Test :
Examination :
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COURSE INFORMATION FOR CURRENT
SEMESTER/TERM
TEACHING SCHEDULE
Week
Lecture/Tutorial/Assignment Topic
References/Teaching
Materials/Equipment
1
Basic electrical circuit analysis concepts and laws
Lecture Notes
2
Nodal analysis
Mess analysis
Lecture Notes
3
Thevenin‘s Theorem
Norton‘s Theorem
Lecture Notes
4
Superposition Theorem
Thevenin Theorem
Lecture Notes
5
Operational Amplifiers
Lecture Notes
6
Storage elements – Capacitors
Lecture Notes
7
Storage elements –Inductors
Lecture Notes
8
First Order Circuit
Lecture Notes
9
Second Order Circuit
Lecture Notes
10
Introduction to Alternating Current and Voltage Phasor and
Sinusoids
Lecture Notes
11
Sinusoidal Steady-State Analysis
Lecture Notes
12
AC Power Analysis
Lecture Notes
13
Transformer
Lecture Notes
14
Frequency Response
Lecture Notes
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Academy/Faculty/Centre
Engineering
Department
Biomedical Engineering
Programme
Bachelor of Biomedical Engineering
Course Code*
KUEU1142
Course Title*
Biochemistry and Analysis
Course Pre-requisite(s)/
Minimum Requirement(s)
None
Student Learning Time
(SLT)*
120
Credit*
3
Learning Outcomes*
At the end of the course, students are able to:
1. Select and describe appropriate biochemistry laboratory techniques.
2. Design a robust scientific study which employs appropriate biochemical
assays.
3. Discern the details and critically analyse the methods of biochemical
procedures in scientific literature.
4. Describe the basic chemical structures and properties of major body
components.
5. Suggest methods to study the structure of body components.
Transferable Skills
Analysis, problem solving, critical thinking, communication, presentation
Synopsis of Course
Contents
The course has an overall goal of equipping students to be able to employ
biochemistry to biomedical engineering problems. In addition, it
elucidates key biochemical processes within the body. This will enable the
student to suggest experiments and undertake investigative research both
in industrial and academic fields.
Method of Delivery (lecture,
tutorial, workshop, etc)
Lecture, Tutorial
Assessment Methods*
Continuous Assessment : 40%
Final Examination : 60%
Methodologies for Feedback
on Performance
Marks for Continuous Assessment will be displayed on the student notice
board before the final exam and grades will be determined after the final
examination.
Criteria in Summative
Assessment
Please refer to the University of Malaya Rules and Regulations (First
Degree) 2010 Handbook.
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SEMESTER/TERM
IMPORTANT: Contents of this Course Information (Current Semester) should not be changed without the
approval from the relevant department / division.
Academic Year
Refer to Academic Planner
Semester/Term
Course Code*
KUEU 1142
Course Title*
Biochemistry and Analysis
Credit*
3
Medium of Instruction
English
Course Pre-requisite(s)/
Minimum Requirement(s)
None
Main Reference
Denniston, K.J and Topping, J.J (2008).Foundations of general, Organic
and Biochemistry. McGraw-Hill .
Teaching Materials/
Equipment
Textbook, lecture note, LCD projector
Learning Strategies
Lecture, Tutorial, Assignment, Test, Examination
Student Learning Time
Face to face: 44 hours
Guided learning: 0
Independent learning: 72 hours
(Refer to Student Learning Time form)
Soft Skills
Communication Skills (CS1, CS2, CS3)
(Refer to Soft Skills matrix)
Lecturer
Dr. Belinda Murphy
Room
A1-3-3, Block A, Department of Biomedical Engineering, Faculty of
Engineering
Telephone/e-mail
03-7967 4491 / [email protected]
Lecture/Tutprial/Practical
Session:
Day/Time
Venue
Important Dates
Test :
Examination :
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SEMESTER/TERM
TEACHING SCHEDULE
Week
Lecture/Tutorial/Assignment Topic
References/Teaching
Materials/Equipment
1
Biochemistry techniques
Tutorial: Technique protocols
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
2
Biochemistry techniques – basis of assays
Tutorial: Assay protocols
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
3
Laboratory Safety and Procedure
Basic Microscopy
Tutorial: Calculations in microscopy
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
4
Case studies in biochemical analysis
Tutorial: Calculations in microscopy
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
5
Spectrofluorometry
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
6
Electrophoresis
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
7
Study Design
8
Statistical Analysis for Biochemistry
Tutorial: Study design / control
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
9
Biochemical components of body
Tutorial: Study design / bias
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
10
Biochemical components of body
Tutorial: Study design / bias
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
11
Carbohydrate metabolism
Tutorial: Critical study analysis
CW: Design of study and analysis for given task
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
12
Protein synthesis and metabolism
Tutorial: Statistical analysis
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
13
Protein synthesis and metabolism
Tutorial: Statistical analysis
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
14
Enzymes
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
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Changes to the other items can be approved at the Academy/Faculty/Institution/Centre level.
Academy/Faculty/Centre
Engineering
Department
Biomedical Engineering
Programme
Bachelor of Biomedical Engineering
Course Code*
KUEU 1171
Course Title*
Laboratory 1
Course Pre-requisite(s)/
Minimum Requirement(s)
None
Student Learning Time
(SLT)*
42
Credit*
1
Learning Outcomes*
At the end of the course, students are able to:
1. Conduct experiment after studying the lab experiment instructions.
2. Use the proper equipment and procedure to obtain data.
3. Use formula to calculate the results.
4. Write the laboratory report in the proper format.
5. Use the proper graphs to display the results in a clear and concise
manner.
Transferable Skills
Analysis, critical thinking, problem solving, communication, lab report
writing
Synopsis of Course
Contents
This course contains 10 experiments. Most of the experiments would be
associated with the theoretical course taught in that semester.
Method of Delivery (lecture,
tutorial, workshop, etc)
Lecture, laboratory work
Assessment Methods*
Continuous Assessment : 100%
Methodologies for Feedback
on Performance
Marks for Continuous Assessment will be displayed on the student notice
board before the final exam and grades will be determined after the final
examination.
Criteria in Summative
Assessment
Please refer to the University of Malaya Rules and Regulations (First
Degree) 2010 Handbook.
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SEMESTER/TERM
IMPORTANT: Contents of this Course Information (Current Semester) should not be changed without the
approval from the relevant department / division.
Academic Year
Refer to Academic Planner
Semester/Term
Course Code*
KUEU 1171
Course Title*
Laboratory 1
Credit*
1
Medium of Instruction
English
Course Pre-requisite(s)/
Minimum Requirement(s)
None
Main Reference
Teaching Materials/
Equipment
Learning Strategies
Refer to Student Learning Time form
Student Learning Time
42 hours
Face to face: 2 hours
Guided learning: 20 hours
Independent learning: 20 hours
(Refer to Student Learning Time form)
Soft Skills
Critical Thinking 1,2,3, Team Work Skills 1,2, Life Long Learning 1,2,
Leadership Skills 1,2
(Refer to Soft Skills matrix)
Lecturer
Room
Telephone/e-mail
Lecture/Tutprial/Practical
Session:
Day/Time
Venue
Important Dates
Test :
Examination :
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Academy/Faculty/Centre
Engineering
Department
Biomedical Engineering
Programme
Bachelor of Biomedical Engineering
Course Code*
KUEU 1151
Course Title*
Human Anatomy and Physiology II
Course Pre-requisite(s)/
Minimum Requirement(s)
None
Student Learning Time
(SLT)*
80
Credit*
2
Learning Outcomes*
At the end of the course, students are able to:
1. Explain organization structure of human anatomy.
2. Explain the anatomy of muscle, heart, nervous system, digestion
system, kidney, endocrine, reproduction system, receptor dan general
senses.
3. Distinguish each tissue type in each human organ
4. Explain each functional unit for physiological system on types of
digestion system, kidney, endocrine, reproduction system, receptor,
general senses, vision, hearing, equilibrium dan control of body
posture and motor cortex in control body movement.
5. Explain the system on the physiological events occur in human body
and basic physiological functions in maintaining hoemostatsis.
6. Apply physiology knowledge towards the biomedical engineering
practices and applications.
Transferable Skills
Analysis and problem solving
Synopsis of Course
Contents
Human physiology presented at both cellular and organ system levels:
neurophysiology, muscle physiology, cardiovascular physiology,
respiration, kidney function, hormone function, and reproduction.
Method of Delivery (lecture,
tutorial, workshop, etc)
Lecture
Assessment Methods*
Continuous Assessment : 60%
Final Examination : 40%
Methodologies for Feedback
on Performance
Marks for Continuous Assessment will be displayed on the student notice
board before the final exam and grades will be determined after the final
examination.
Criteria in Summative
Assessment
Please refer to the University of Malaya Rules and Regulations (First
Degree) 2010 Handbook.
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SEMESTER/TERM
IMPORTANT: Contents of this Course Information (Current Semester) should not be changed without the
approval from the relevant department / division.
Academic Year
Refer to Academic Planner
Semester/Term
Course Code*
KUEU 1151
Course Title*
Human Anatomy and Physiology II
Credit*
2
Medium of Instruction
English
Course Pre-requisite(s)/
Minimum Requirement(s)
None
Main Reference
1. Donna M. Van Wynsberghe, Charles R. Noback & Robert Carola 1995.
rd
Human Anatomy and Physiology 3 Edition.Mc-Graw Hill.
2. Eric Wise. 1998 Anatomy and Physiology Laboratory Manual. Mc-Graw
Hill.
th
3. Eline Marieb. 1998. Human Anatomy & Physiology. 4 Edition.
Addision Wessley.
4. Alexander P. Spence. Basic Human Anatomy. Addision Wessley.
Teaching Materials/
Equipment
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
Learning Strategies
Lecture, Assignment, Test, Examination
Student Learning Time
Face to face: 28 hours
Guided learning: 0
Independent learning: 48 hours
(Refer to Student Learning Time form)
Soft Skills
Life Long Learning nad information management (LL1,LL2)
(Refer to Soft Skills matrix)
Lecturer
Room
Telephone/e-mail
Lecture/Tutprial/Practical
Session:
Day/Time
Venue
Refer to Class Schedule
Important Dates
Test :
Examination : Refer to Examination Schedule
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SEMESTER/TERM
TEACHING SCHEDULE
Week
Lecture/Tutorial/Assignment Topic
References/Teaching Materials/Equipment
1
Renal I
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
2
Renal II
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
3
Gastrointestinal System I
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
4
Gastrointestinal System II
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
5
Endocrine System
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
6
Reproductive System
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
7
Receptor
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
8
Visual System
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
9
Hearing System
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
10
Body Temperature Control
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
11
Body Fluid Control
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
12
Digestion System Control
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
13
Motor System
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
14
Revision
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
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Academy/Faculty/Centre
Engineering
Department
Biomedical Engineering
Programme
Bachelor of Biomedical Engineering
Course Code*
KUEU 1154
Course Title*
Dynamics
Course Pre-requisite(s)/
Minimum Requirement(s)
None
Student Learning Time
(SLT)*
120
Credit*
3
Learning Outcomes*
At the end of the course, students are able to:
1. Solve kinematics problems of accelerating particles.
2. Solve kinetics problems of accelerating particles.
3. Solve kinematics problems of accelerating rigid bodies in 2D.
4. Solve kinetics problems of accelerating rigid bodies in 2D.
5. Solve problems involving accelerating motion using the principle of
work and energy.
6. Solve kinematics and kinetics problems in vibrating particles.
Transferable Skills
Synopsis of Course
Contents
This course introduces Kinematics of accelerating particles. Kinetics of
accelerating particles. Kinematics problems of accelerating rigid bodies in
2D. Kinetics of accelerating rigid bodies. Principle of work and energy.
Kinematics and kinetics in vibrating particles. Kinematics of simple
mechanisms.
Method of Delivery (lecture,
tutorial, workshop, etc)
Lecture, Tutorial
Assessment Methods*
Continuous Assessment : 40%
Final Examination : 60%
Methodologies for Feedback
on Performance
Marks for Continuous Assessment will be displayed on the student notice
board before the final exam and grades will be determined after the final
examination.
Criteria in Summative
Assessment
Please refer to the University of Malaya Rules and Regulations (First
Degree) 2010 Handbook.
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SEMESTER/TERM
IMPORTANT: Contents of this Course Information (Current Semester) should not be changed without the
approval from the relevant department / division.
Academic Year
Refer to Academic Planner
Semester/Term
Course Code*
KUEU 1154
Course Title*
Dynamics
Credit*
3
Medium of Instruction
English
Course Pre-requisite(s)/
Minimum Requirement(s)
None
Main Reference
1. J.L Meriam and L.G Kraige. Engineering Mechanics - Dynamics, John
Wiley and Sons
2. Wan Abu Bakar Wan Abas. Mekanik Kejuruteraan — Dinamik, Edisi
Ke-2, Dewan Bahasa dan Pustaka, 2001
3. RS Khurmi. Theory of Machines
Teaching Materials/
Equipment
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
Learning Strategies
Lecture, Tutorial, Assignment, Test, Examination
Student Learning Time
Face to face: 44 hours
Guided learning: 0
Independent learning: 72 hours
(Refer to Student Learning Time form)
Soft Skills
Critical Thinking and Problem Solving 1,2,3
(Refer to Soft Skills matrix)
Lecturer
Room
Telephone/e-mail
Lecture/Tutprial/Practical
Session:
Day/Time
Venue
Refer to Departmental Class Schedule
Important Dates
Test :
Examination : Refer to the Examination Schedule
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COURSE INFORMATION FOR CURRENT
SEMESTER/TERM
TEACHING SCHEDULE
Week
Lecture/Tutorial/Assignment Topic
References/Teaching
Materials/Equipment
1
Introduction to dynamics
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
2
Kinematics of particles
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
3
Kinetics of particles and system of particles
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
4
Velocity and acceleration diagrams
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
5
Kinematics of rigid bodies in 2D
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
6
Relative velocity and relative acceleration
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
7
Kinetics of rigid bodies
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
8
Kinetics of rigid bodies
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
9
Kinetics of rigid bodies
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
10
Vibration of particles ( Continue 1)
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
11
Vibration of particles ( Continue 2)
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
12
Vibration of particles ( Continue 3)
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
13
Vibration of particles ( Continue 4)
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
14
Vibration of particles ( Continue 5)
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
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Academy/Faculty/Centre
Engineering
Department
Biomedical Engineering
Programme
Bachelor of Biomedical Engineering
Course Code*
KUEU 1172
Course Title*
Laboratory 2
Course Pre-requisite(s)/
Minimum Requirement(s)
None
Student Learning Time
(SLT)*
42
Credit*
1
Learning Outcomes*
At the end of the course, students are able to:
1. Conduct experiment after studying the lab experiment instructions.
2. Use the proper equipment and procedure to obtain data.
3. Use formula to calculate the results.
4. Write the laboratory report in the proper format.
5. Use the proper graphs to display the results in a clear and concise
manner.
Transferable Skills
Analysis, critical thinking, problem solving, communication, lab report
writing
Synopsis of Course
Contents
This course contains 10 experiments. Most of the experiments would be
associated with the theoretical course taught in that semester.
Method of Delivery (lecture,
tutorial, workshop, etc)
Lecture, laboratory work
Assessment Methods*
Continuous Assessment : 100%
Methodologies for Feedback
on Performance
Marks for Continuous Assessment will be displayed on the student notice
board before the final exam and grades will be determined after the final
examination.
Criteria in Summative
Assessment
Please refer to the University of Malaya Rules and Regulations (First
Degree) 2010 Handbook.
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COURSE INFORMATION FOR CURRENT
SEMESTER/TERM
IMPORTANT: Contents of this Course Information (Current Semester) should not be changed without the
approval from the relevant department / division.
Academic Year
Refer to Academic Planner
Semester/Term
Course Code*
KUEU 1172
Course Title*
Laboratory 2
Credit*
1
Medium of Instruction
English
Course Pre-requisite(s)/
Minimum Requirement(s)
None
Main Reference
Teaching Materials/
Equipment
Learning Strategies
Lecture, Laboratory Work, Laboratory Report
Student Learning Time
Face to face: 2 hours
Guided learning: 24 hours
Independent learning: 16 hours
(Refer to Student Learning Time form)
Soft Skills
Critical Thinking and Problem Solving (CT1,CT2,CT3)
Team Work Skills (TS1,TS2)
Life Long Learning and information management (LL1,LL2)
Leadership Skills (LS1,LS2)
(Refer to Soft Skills matrix)
Lecturer
Room
Telephone/e-mail
Lecture/Tutprial/Practical
Session:
Day/Time
Venue
Refer to Class Schedule
Important Dates
Test :
Examination :
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Academy/Faculty/Centre
Engineering
Department
Biomedical Engineering
Programme
Bachelor of Biomedical Engineering
Course Code*
KUEU 2142
Course Title*
Electronics
Course Pre-requisite(s)/
Minimum Requirement(s)
None
Student Learning Time
(SLT)*
120
Credit*
3
Learning Outcomes*
At the end of the course, students are able to:
1. To identify p-type and n-type materials and describe doping process of
p and n, and p-n junction as circuit element.
2. To be able to analyze diode circuit.
3. To be able to describe half-wave and full-wave rectifier and their
applications as rectifiers, clippers and clampers.
4. To be able to describe the characteristics of Bipolar Junction Transistor
(BJT).
5. To be able to perform analysis of BJT circuits, its load lines and bias
configurations.
6. To be able to analyze and characterize Field Effect Transistor (FET).
Transferable Skills
Analytic and critical thinking
Synopsis of Course
Contents
This course introduce the basic of p and n type materials, including its
doping process and application of p-n junction as circuit element. Diode
equivalent circuits and applications. Evaluation and analysis of BJT
including its bias configurations. FET is introduced includes analysis of its
characteristics. Small signal analysis of BJT and FET.
Method of Delivery (lecture,
tutorial, workshop, etc)
Lecture, Tutorial
Assessment Methods*
Continuous Assessment : 40%
Final Examination : 60%
Methodologies for Feedback
on Performance
Marks for Continuous Assessment will be displayed on the student notice
board before the final exam and grades will be determined after the final
examination.
Criteria in Summative
Assessment
Please refer to the University of Malaya Rules and Regulations (First
Degree) 2010 Handbook.
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SEMESTER/TERM
IMPORTANT: Contents of this Course Information (Current Semester) should not be changed without the
approval from the relevant department / division.
Academic Year
Refer to Academic Planner
Semester/Term
Course Code*
KUEU 2142
Course Title*
Electronics
Credit*
3
Medium of Instruction
English
Course Pre-requisite(s)/
Minimum Requirement(s)
None
Main Reference
1. Robert L. Boylestad, Louis Nashelsky, ―Electronic Devices and Circuit
Theory‘, 9th Ed., Pearson, Prentice Hall, 2006. (Main book)
2. Donald Neaman, ―Electronic Circuit Analysis and Design‖, 2nd Ed.,
2001, McGraw Hill.
Teaching Materials/
Equipment
Textbook, lecture note, LCD projector
Learning Strategies
Lecture, Tutorial, Assignment, Test, Examination
Student Learning Time
Face to face: 44 hours
Guided learning: 0
Independent learning: 72 hours
(Refer to Student Learning Time form)
Soft Skills
Critical Thinking and Problem Solving (CT1,CT2,CT3)
(Refer to Soft Skills matrix)
Lecturer
Ahmad Khairi Abdul Wahab
Room
A1-5-5, Block A, Department of Biomedical Engineering,
Faculty of Engineering
Telephone/e-mail
03-7967 4488 / [email protected]
Lecture/Tutprial/Practical
Session:
Day/Time
Venue
Refer to Class Schedule
Important Dates
Test :
Examination :
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SEMESTER/TERM
TEACHING SCHEDULE
Week
Lecture/Tutorial/Assignment Topic
References/Teaching
Materials/Equipment
1
Introduction to electronic circuits and its applications.
Lecture Notes
2
p-n junction
Lecture Notes
3
Doping of p and n, diode circuit
Lecture Notes
4
Wave rectification
Lecture Notes
5
Wave shaping circuit
Lecture Notes
6
Clippers and clampers circuits
Lecture Notes
7
BJT circuits
Lecture Notes
8
BJT configurations
Lecture Notes
9
BJT bias configurations
Lecture Notes
10
BJT small signal analysis
Lecture Notes
11
FET circuits
Lecture Notes
12
FET bias configurations
Lecture Notes
13
FET small signal analysis
Lecture Notes
14
Power supply and voltage regulators
Lecture Notes
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Academy/Faculty/Centre
Engineering
Department
Biomedical Engineering
Programme
Bachelor of Biomedical Engineering
Course Code*
KUEU1143
Course Title*
Mechanical Engineering Design
Course Pre-requisite(s)/
Minimum Requirement(s)
None
Student Learning Time
(SLT)*
120
Credit*
3
Learning Outcomes*
At the end of the course, students are able to:
1. Capable to select various tools used for cutting, holding, assembling or
dismantling workpiece
2. Identify and state the purpose of the main operative parts of the
workshop machines
3. Outline the guidelines for good manual drawing practice.
4. Visualize and explain the drawings in the orthographic, isometric and
oblique projection
5. Draw 3D drawings using extrude, revolve, cut and merge.
Transferable Skills
Analysis and problem solving
Synopsis of Course
Contents
This course introduces the basics of engineering drawing (manual as well
as computer aided) and workshop technology (cutting, holding,
assembling or dismantling work piece). The student also requires to do
some simple design for some biomedical engineering problem.
Method of Delivery (lecture,
tutorial, workshop, etc)
Lecture, Tutorial
Assessment Methods*
Continuous Assessment : 60%
Final Examination : 40%
Methodologies for Feedback
on Performance
Marks for Continuous Assessment will be displayed on the student notice
board before the final exam and grades will be determined after the final
examination.
Criteria in Summative
Assessment
Please refer to the University of Malaya Rules and Regulations (First
Degree) 2010 Handbook.
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approval from the relevant department / division.
Academic Year
Refer to Academic Planner
Semester/Term
Course Code*
KUEU 1143
Course Title*
Mechanical Engineering Design
Credit*
3
Medium of Instruction
English
Course Pre-requisite(s)/
Minimum Requirement(s)
None
Main Reference
1. Richard Budynas, Keith Nisbett ―Mechanical Engineering Design‖,
McGraw Hill
2. Robert Norton, ―Machine Design: An Integrated approach‖, Pearson
3. A.W. Boundy, ―Engineering Drawing‖, McGraw Hill
4. Steve Krar, Arthur Gill, Peter Smid, ―Technology of Machine Tools‖,
McGraw Hill
Teaching Materials/
Equipment
Textbook, lecture note, LCD projector
Learning Strategies
Refer to Student Learning Time form
Student Learning Time
Face to face: 44 hours
Guided learning: 0
Independent learning: 72 hours
(Refer to Student Learning Time form)
Soft Skills
Critical Thinking 1,2,3, Professional Ethics and Moral 1,2
(Refer to Soft Skills matrix)
Lecturer
Mr. Ng Siew Cheok
Room
A1-5-2, Block A, Department of Biomedical Engineering, Faculty of
Engineering
Telephone/e-mail
03-7967 4485 / [email protected]
Lecture/Tutprial/Practical
Session:
Day/Time
Venue
Important Dates
Test :
Examination :
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TEACHING SCHEDULE
Week
Lecture/Tutorial/Assignment Topic
References/Teaching
Materials/Equipment
1
Introduction to the course.
Ground rules
Reference Books [1,2,3,4],
Lecture Notes
2
Basic Design Procedure
Typical layout and geometrical construction
Computer lab: Technique for self learning method.
Introduction to Autocad.
Tutorial: Geometrical drawing
Reference Books [1,2,3], Lecture
Notes
3
Orthographic projection, Safety aspects
Computer lab: Familiarization of ―modify‖ toolbars.
Tutorial: Orthographic projection, Workshop: Drilling
practical
Reference Books [3,4], Lecture
Notes
4
Isometric view, Measuring devices
Computer lab: Familiarization of ―modify‖ toolbars
Tutorial: Isometric view
Workshop: Lathe practical
Reference Books [3,4], Lecture
Notes
5
Machine components
Computer lab: Familiarization of layer, tolerance and
dimension
Workshop: Milling practical
Reference Books [1,2], Lecture
Notes
6
Hand tools
Computer lab: Tutorial using layer, dimension for
orthographic projection
Workshop: Taping hole and Drill bit changing
Reference Books [4], Lecture
Notes
7
Drilling, lathe and milling
Computer lab: Familiarization of 3D object commands
Reference Books [4], Lecture
Notes
8
Metal cutting technology and grinding
Computer lab: Tutorial for a 3D object
Reference Books [4], Lecture
Notes
9
Discussion on design project
Test: Computer aided drawing
Reference Books [1,2], Lecture
Notes
10
Design approach case study
Test: Computer aided drawing
Reference Books [1,2], Lecture
Notes
11
Revision on Mechanical Engineering Design
Test: Computer aided drawing
Reference Books [1,2], Lecture
Notes
12
Revision on Workshop technology
Reference Books [4], Lecture
Notes
13
Discussion on design project
14
Overall revision
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Academy/Faculty/Centre
Engineering
Department
Biomedical Engineering
Programme
Bachelor of Biomedical Engineering
Course Code*
KUEU 2173
Course Title*
Laboratory 3
Course Pre-requisite(s)/
Minimum Requirement(s)
None
Student Learning Time
(SLT)*
42
Credit*
1
Learning Outcomes*
At the end of the course, students are able to:
1. Conduct experiment after studying the lab experiment instructions.
2. Use the proper equipment and procedure to obtain data.
3. Analyze the data.
4. Write the laboratory report in the proper format.
5. Use the proper graphs to display the results in a clear and concise
manner.
Transferable Skills
Analysis, critical thinking, problem solving, communication, lab report
writing
Synopsis of Course
Contents
This course contains 10 experiments. Most of the experiments would be
associated with the theoretical course taught in that semester.
Method of Delivery (lecture,
tutorial, workshop, etc)
Lecture, laboratory work
Assessment Methods*
Continuous Assessment : 100%
Methodologies for Feedback
on Performance
Marks for Continuous Assessment will be displayed on the student notice
board before the final exam and grades will be determined after the final
examination.
Criteria in Summative
Assessment
Please refer to the University of Malaya Rules and Regulations (First
Degree) 2010 Handbook.
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SEMESTER/TERM
IMPORTANT: Contents of this Course Information (Current Semester) should not be changed without the
approval from the relevant department / division.
Academic Year
Refer to Academic Planner
Semester/Term
Course Code*
KUEU 2173
Course Title*
Laboratory 3
Credit*
1
Medium of Instruction
English
Course Pre-requisite(s)/
Minimum Requirement(s)
None
Main Reference
Teaching Materials/
Equipment
Learning Strategies
Lecture, Tutorial, Assignment, Test, Examination
Student Learning Time
Face to face: 2 hours
Guided learning: 24 hours
Independent learning:16 hours
(Refer to Student Learning Time form)
Soft Skills
Critical Thinking and Problem Solving (CT1,CT2,CT3)
Team Work Skills (TS1, TS2)
Life Long Learning (LL1,LL2)
Leadership Skills (LS1,LS2)
(Refer to Soft Skills matrix)
Lecturer
Room
Telephone/e-mail
Lecture/Tutprial/Practical
Session:
Day/Time
Venue
Refer to Class Schedule
Important Dates
Test :
Examination :
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Academy/Faculty/Centre
Engineering
Department
Biomedical Engineering
Programme
Bachelor of Biomedical Engineering
Course Code*
KUEU 2136
Course Title*
Thermofluids
Course Pre-requisite(s)/
Minimum Requirement(s)
None
Student Learning Time
(SLT)*
120
Credit*
3
Learning Outcomes*
At the end of the course, students are able to:
1. Describe the basic principles governing the Thermal-Fluid and
Mechanic of fluid.
2. Apply basic principles of Thermal-Fluid and Mechanic of Fluid to solve
related engineering problems.
3. Apply the uses of the principles of Thermal-Fluid and Mechanic of Fluid
in Biomedical Engineering.
Transferable Skills
Analysis and problem solving
Synopsis of Course
Contents
Basic principles governing thermofluid and mechanics of fluid. Application
of basic principles in thermofluid to solve engineering problems.
Application of basic principles in thermofluid in biomedical engineering
field.
Method of Delivery (lecture,
tutorial, workshop, etc)
Lecture, Tutorial
Assessment Methods*
Continuous Assessment : 40%
Final Examination : 60%
Methodologies for Feedback
on Performance
Marks for Continuous Assessment will be displayed on the student notice
board before the final exam and grades will be determined after the final
examination.
Criteria in Summative
Assessment
Please refer to the University of Malaya Rules and Regulations (First
Degree) 2010 Handbook.
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IMPORTANT: Contents of this Course Information (Current Semester) should not be changed without the
approval from the relevant department / division.
Academic Year
Refer to Academic Planner
Semester/Term
Course Code*
KUEU 2136
Course Title*
Thermofluids
Credit*
3
Medium of Instruction
English
Course Pre-requisite(s)/
Minimum Requirement(s)
None
Main Reference
1. Y. A. Cengel, R. H. Turner. Thermal-Fluid Sciences McGraw Hill
International Edition.
2. Cengel Y.A, Boles M.A. Thermodynamics: an engineering approach,
McGraw Hill
3. Marquand, C. Thermofluids: an integrated approach to
thermodynamics and fluids mechanics
Teaching Materials/
Equipment
Textbook, lecture slide / Computer, LCD projector
Learning Strategies
Refer to Student Learning Time form
Student Learning Time
Face to face: 44 hours
Guided learning: 0
Independent learning: 72 hours
(Refer to Student Learning Time form)
Soft Skills
Critical Thinking and Problem Solving (CT1,CT2,CT3),
Life Long Learning and information management (LL1,LL2)
(Refer to Soft Skills matrix)
Lecturer
Associate Professor Dr. W Mohd Azhar bin Wan Ibrahim
Room
A1-5-1, Block A, Department of Biomedical Engineering, Faculty of
Engineering
Telephone/e-mail
03-7967 6882 / [email protected]
Lecture/Tutprial/Practical
Session:
Day/Time
Venue
Refer to Class Schedule
Important Dates
Test :
Examination :
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SEMESTER/TERM
TEACHING SCHEDULE
Week
Lecture/Tutorial/Assignment Topic
References/Teaching
Materials/Equipment
1
Introduction to Engineering Thermodynamic.
Textbook, lecture slides
2
Units System
Textbook, lecture slides
3
Pressure Measurement/Tutorial 1
Textbook, lecture slides
4
System Interaction with Surrounding/Tutorial 2
Textbook, lecture slides
5
Thermodynamics Laws / Tutorial 3
Textbook, lecture slides
6
Ideal Gas/ Tutorial 4
Textbook, lecture slides
7
Semester Test
8
Mixture Properties / Tutorial 5
Textbook, lecture slides
9
Entropy
Textbook, lecture slides
10
Thermal-dynamic Cycle 1/ Tutorial 6
Textbook, lecture slides
11
Thermal-dynamic Cycle 2
Textbook, lecture slides
12
Thermal-dynamic Cycle 3 / Tutorial 6
Textbook, lecture slides
13
Thermal-dynamic Cycle 4
Textbook, lecture slides
14
Revision/Tutorial 7
Textbook, lecture slides
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Academy/Faculty/Centre
Engineering
Department
Biomedical Engineering
Programme
Bachelor of Biomedical Engineering
Course Code*
KUEU2133
Course Title*
Computer and Programming
Course Pre-requisite(s)/
Minimum Requirement(s)
None
Course Pre-requisite(s)/
Minimum Requirement(s)
None
Student Learning Time
(SLT)*
80
Credit*
2
Learning Outcomes*
At the end of the course, students are able to:
1. Apply the C++ syntax and data types in writing programs.
2. Use arithmetic and logical operations.
3. Apply the C++ program control and functions in writing programs.
4. Use pointers and arrays in writing programs.
5. Use object-oriented programming.
Transferable Skills
C++ programming, analysis and problem solving
Synopsis of Course
Contents
This course introduces the basic structural c++ programming and objectoriented programming. The course covers the arithmetic and logical
operations, control structures, functions, arrays, pointers and objectoriented programming. The student will learn to write c++ programs in
order to solve mathematical and engineering problems.
Method of Delivery (lecture,
tutorial, workshop, etc)
Lecture
Assessment Methods*
Continuous Assessment : 60%
Final Examination : 40%
Methodologies for Feedback
on Performance
Marks for Continuous Assessment will be displayed on the student notice
board before the final exam and grades will be determined after the final
examination.
Criteria in Summative
Assessment
Please refer to the University of Malaya Rules and Regulations (First
Degree) 2010 Handbook.
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IMPORTANT: Contents of this Course Information (Current Semester) should not be changed without the
approval from the relevant department / division.
Academic Year
Refer to Academic Planner
Semester/Term
Course Code*
KUEU 2133
Course Title*
Computer and Programming
Credit*
2
Medium of Instruction
English
Course Pre-requisite(s)/
Minimum Requirement(s)
None
Main Reference
Deitel and Deitel. (2008). ―C++ How to Program‖. 6 Edition. New Jersey:
Pearson Education Inc.
Teaching Materials/
Equipment
Textbook, lecture note, LCD projector
Learning Strategies
Refer to Student Learning Time form
Student Learning Time
80 hours
th
Face to face: 28 hours
Guided learning: 0
Independent learning: 48 hours
(Refer to Student Learning Time form)
Soft Skills
Critical Thinking 1,2,3
(Refer to Soft Skills matrix)
Lecturer
Dr. Ting Hua Nong
Room
A1-3-5, Block A, Department of Biomedical Engineering, Faculty of
Engineering
Telephone/e-mail
03-7967 6882 / [email protected]
Lecture/Tutprial/Practical
Session:
Day/Time
Venue
Important Dates
Test :
Examination :
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SEMESTER/TERM
TEACHING SCHEDULE
Week
Lecture/Tutorial/Assignment Topic
References/Teaching
Materials/Equipment
1
Introduction to Computers and Programming
Textbook, lecture notes
2
Introduction to C++ Programming
Textbook, lecture notes
3
Data types
Textbook, lecture notes
4
stream operations
Textbook, lecture notes
5
Arithmetic and logical operations
Textbook, lecture notes
6
Program control
Textbook, lecture notes
7
Program control
Textbook, lecture notes
8
Functions
Textbook, lecture notes
9
Pointers
Textbook, lecture notes
10
Arrays
Textbook, lecture notes
11
Strings and Files
Textbook, lecture notes
12
Object-oriented Programming
Textbook, lecture notes
13
Object-oriented Programming
Textbook, lecture notes
14
Object-oriented Programming
Textbook, lecture notes
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Academy/Faculty/Centre
Engineering
Department
Biomedical Engineering
Programme
Bachelor of Biomedical Engineering
Course Code*
KUEU 2138
Course Title*
Mechanics of Material
Course Pre-requisite(s)/
Minimum Requirement(s)
KUEU 1130 Statics
Student Learning Time
(SLT)*
120
Credit*
3
Learning Outcomes*
At the end of the course, students are able to:
1. Solve problems involving a body under the action of simple tension.
2. Solve problems involving circular rods under the action of a torque.
3. Solve beams in equilibrium.
4. Solve problems involving stresses in beams, deflections of beams,
buckling beams (slender rods under axial load).
5. Solve problems involving plane stresses, plane strains and a body
under combined loadings.
Transferable Skills
Analysis and problem solving.
Synopsis of Course
Contents
Describe and solve problems involving: body under the action of simple
tension. Circular rod under the action of torque. Beams in equilibrium.
Containers under internal pressure. Stresses in beams. Stresses
deflections of beams. Buckling beams. Plane stresses. Plane strains.
Body under combined loadings
Method of Delivery (lecture,
tutorial, workshop, etc)
Lecture, Tutorial
Assessment Methods*
Continuous Assessment : 40%
Final Examination : 60%
Methodologies for Feedback
on Performance
Marks for Continuous Assessment will be displayed on the student notice
board before the final exam and grades will be determined after the final
examination.
Criteria in Summative
Assessment
Please refer to the University of Malaya Rules and Regulations (First
Degree) 2010 Handbook.
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approval from the relevant department / division.
Academic Year
Refer to Academic Planner
Semester/Term
Course Code*
KUEU 2138
Course Title*
Mechanics of Material
Credit*
3
Medium of Instruction
English
Course Pre-requisite(s)/
Minimum Requirement(s)
KUEU 1130 Statics
Main Reference
1. Logan DL. Mechanics of Materials, HarperCollins.
2. Craig RC. Mechanics of Materials, John Wiley & Sons.
3. WF Riley, LD Sturges, dan DH Morris. Static and Mechanics of
Materials, John Wiley & Sons.
4. FP Beer and ER Johnston. Mechanics of Materials.
Teaching Materials/
Equipment
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
Learning Strategies
Refer to Student Learning Time form
Student Learning Time
Face to face: 44 hours
Guided learning: 0
Independent learning: 72 hours
(Refer to Student Learning Time form)
Soft Skills
Critical Thinking and Problem Solving (CT1,CT2,CT3) (Refer to Soft Skills
matrix)
Lecturer
Room
Telephone/e-mail
Lecture/Tutprial/Practical
Session:
Day/Time
Venue
Refer to Class Schedule
Important Dates
Test :
Examination : Refer to the Examination Schedule
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TEACHING SCHEDULE
Week
Lecture/Tutorial/Assignment Topic
References/Teaching
Materials/Equipment
1
Simple tension
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
2
Torsional load (circular members)
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
3
Equilibrium of beams
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
4
Beam stresses
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
5
Beam displacements
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
6
Buckling of columns
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
7
Plane stresses
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
8
Plane strains
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
9
Combined loadings
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
10
Energy methods
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
11
Failure criteria
Moving loads and influence lines
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
12
Basic plasticity
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
13
Torsion of non-circular members
Non-symmetrical bending
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
14
Introduction to Finite Element Method
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
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Academy/Faculty/Centre
Engineering
Department
Biomedical Engineering
Programme
Bachelor of Biomedical Engineering
Course Code*
KUEU 2139
Course Title*
Medical Electronics
Course Pre-requisite(s)/
Minimum Requirement(s)
KUEU 2142 Electronics
Student Learning Time
(SLT)*
120
Credit*
3
Learning Outcomes*
At the end of the course, students are able to:
1. Explain the basic principles of transducers and electrodes.
2. Explain and analyze basic op-amp circuits, filter circuits, Schmitt
Trigger circuits and oscillator circuits.
3. Explain and analyze special purpose op-amp circuits.
4. Describe and analyze the method of measurement and conversion
(ADC & DAC).
5. Design a basic medical electronics device.
Transferable Skills
Analysis and problem solving
Synopsis of Course
Contents
This subject introduces to the students the theory of Transducers and
Electrodes as well as the related electronic circuits and components for
medical applications. The specific circuit for ECG, EMG and EEG are also
included in this course.
Method of Delivery (lecture,
tutorial, workshop, etc)
Lecture, Tutorial
Assessment Methods*
Continuous Assessment : 40%
Final Examination : 60%
Methodologies for Feedback
on Performance
Marks for Continuous Assessment will be displayed on the student notice
board before the final exam and grades will be determined after the final
examination.
Criteria in Summative
Assessment
Please refer to the University of Malaya Rules and Regulations (First
Degree) 2010 Handbook.
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Academic Year
Refer to Academic Planner
Semester/Term
Course Code*
KUEU 2139
Course Title*
Medical Electronics
Credit*
3
Medium of Instruction
English
Course Pre-requisite(s)/
Minimum Requirement(s)
KUEU 2142 Electronics
Main Reference
Aston, Richard. Principles of biomedical instrumentation and
measurement, Columbus: Merrill Pub. Co.c1990.
Teaching Materials/
Equipment
Textbook, lecture note, LCD projector
Learning Strategies
Lecture, Tutorial, Assignment, Test, Examination
Student Learning Time
Face to face: 44 hours
Guided learning: 0
Independent learning: 72 hours
(Refer to Student Learning Time form)
Soft Skills
Critical Thinking and Problem Solving (CT1,CT2,CT3)
(Refer to Soft Skills matrix)
Lecturer
Room
Telephone/e-mail
Lecture/Tutprial/Practical
Session:
Day/Time
Venue
Refer to Departmental Class Schedule
Important Dates
Test :
Examination :
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SEMESTER/TERM
TEACHING SCHEDULE
Week
Lecture/Tutorial/Assignment Topic
References/Teaching
Materials/Equipment
1
Principle of transducer and electrodes I
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
2
Principle of transducer and electrodes II
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
3
Operational Amplifier circuits
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
4
Inverting, summing, Integrators and differentiators
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
5
Oscillator
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
6
Filters
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
7
Special purpose Op-Amp circuits I
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
8
Special purpose Op-Amp circuits II
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
9
Temperature measurement
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
10
Strain, pressure and flow rate measurement
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
11
Motion measurement
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
12
ADC and DAC circuits and sample and hold
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
13
Design of basic medical electronics device I
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
14
Design of basic medical electronics device II
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
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Academy/Faculty/Centre
Engineering
Department
Biomedical Engineering
Programme
Bachelor of Biomedical Engineering
Course Code*
KUEU 2174
Course Title*
Laboratory 4
Course Pre-requisite(s)/
Minimum Requirement(s)
None
Student Learning Time
(SLT)*
40
Credit*
1
Learning Outcomes*
At the end of the course, students are able to:
1. Conduct experiment after studying the lab experiment instructions.
2. Use the proper equipment and procedure to analyze data.
3. Interpret the data.
4. Write the laboratory report in the proper format.
5. Use the proper graphs to display the results in a clear and concise
manner.
Transferable Skills
Analysis, critical thinking, problem solving, communication, lab report
writing
Synopsis of Course
Contents
This course contains 10 experiments. Most of the experiments would be
associated with the theoretical course taught in that semester.
Method of Delivery (lecture,
tutorial, workshop, etc)
Lecture, laboratory work
Assessment Methods*
Continuous Assessment : 100%
Methodologies for Feedback
on Performance
Marks for Continuous Assessment will be displayed on the student notice
board before the final exam and grades will be determined after the final
examination.
Criteria in Summative
Assessment
Please refer to the University of Malaya Rules and Regulations (First
Degree) 2010 Handbook.
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Academic Year
Refer to Academic Planner
Semester/Term
Course Code*
KUEU 2174
Course Title*
Laboratory 4
Credit*
1
Medium of Instruction
English
Course Pre-requisite(s)/
Minimum Requirement(s)
None
Main Reference
Teaching Materials/
Equipment
Learning Strategies
Refer to Student Learning Time form
Student Learning Time
Face to face: 2 hours
Guided learning: 24 hours
Independent learning: 16hours
(Refer to Student Learning Time form)
Soft Skills
Critical Thinking and Problem Solving (CT1,CT2,CT3)
Team Work Skills (TS1, TS2)
Life Long Learning (LL1,LL2)
Leadership Skills (LS1,LS2)
(Refer to Soft Skills matrix)
Lecturer
Room
Telephone/e-mail
Lecture/Tutprial/Practical
Session:
Day/Time
Venue
Refer to Class Schedule
Important Dates
Test :
Examination :
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Academy/Faculty/Centre
Engineering
Department
Biomedical Engineering
Programme
Bachelor of Biomedical Engineering
Course Code*
KUEU2137
Course Title*
Biomechanics
Course Pre-requisite(s)/
Minimum Requirement(s)
None
Student Learning Time
(SLT)*
120
Credit*
3
Learning Outcomes*
At the end of the course, students are able to:
1. Outline biomechanics, statics, dynamics, kinetics, and kinematics and
identify instrumentation used for measuring kinetics and kinematics
quantities.
2. Apply the concepts and theories of human skeletal, human upper and
lower extremities and human spine from a biomechanical perspective.
3. Identify, describes all types of mechanical loading on the human body
and the relationship to bone injuries.
4. Solve problems related to kinematics (linear and angular) and kinetics
(linear and angular).
5. Evaluate, select and justify the proper movements to perform specified
tasks.
Transferable Skills
Analysis and problem solving
Synopsis of Course
Contents
Biomechanics, statics, dynamics, kinetics, kinematics and identify
instrumentation used for measuring kinetics and kinematics quantities.
Concepts and theories of human skeletal, human upper and lower
extremities and human spine from a biomechanical perspective. Types of
mechanical loading on the human body and the relationship to bone
injuries. problems related to kinematics (linear and angular) and kinetics
(linear and angular)
Method of Delivery (lecture,
tutorial, workshop, etc)
Lecture, Tutorial
Assessment Methods*
Continuous Assessment : 60%
Final Examination : 40%
Methodologies for Feedback
on Performance
Marks for Continuous Assessment will be displayed on the student notice
board before the final exam and grades will be determined after the final
examination.
Criteria in Summative
Assessment
Please refer to the University of Malaya Rules and Regulations (First
Degree) 2010 Handbook.
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IMPORTANT: Contents of this Course Information (Current Semester) should not be changed without the
approval from the relevant department / division.
Academic Year
Refer to Academic Planner
Semester/Term
Course Code*
KUEU 2137
Course Title*
Biomechanics
Credit*
3
Medium of Instruction
English
Course Pre-requisite(s)/
Minimum Requirement(s)
None
Main Reference
1. Susan J. Hall. Basic Biomechanics, WCB Mc Graw Hill, USA, 1995.
2. Biomechanics of Human Movement, Adrian MJ and Cooper JM, WCB
MC Graw Hill, 1995
3. Functional Human Movement-Measurement and Analysis, BR
Darward, GD Baer and Rowe PJ, Butterworth Heinemann, 1999
Teaching Materials/
Equipment
Textbook, lecture note, LCD projector
Learning Strategies
Refer to Student Learning Time form
Student Learning Time
Face to face: 44 hours
Guided learning: 0
Independent learning: 72 hours
(Refer to Student Learning Time form)
Soft Skills
Critical Thinking and Problem Solving (CT1,CT2,CT3)
(Refer to Soft Skills matrix)
Lecturer
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Noor Azuan Abu Osman
Room
Level 8, Block L, Engineering Tower, Faculty of Engineering
Telephone/e-mail
03-7967 6852 / [email protected]
Lecture/Tutprial/Practical
Session:
Day/Time
Venue
Refer to Class Schedule
Important Dates
Test :
Examination :
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SEMESTER/TERM
TEACHING SCHEDULE
Week
Lecture/Tutorial/Assignment Topic
References/Teaching
Materials/Equipment
1
Introduction to biomechanics.
Textbook, lecture notes
2
The biomechanics of human growth and development.
Textbook, lecture notes
3
The biomechanics of human skeletal articulations.
Textbook, lecture notes
4
The biomechanics of human skeletal muscle.
Textbook, lecture notes
5
The biomechanics of the human upper and lower
extremities.
Textbook, lecture notes
6
The biomechanics of the human spine.
Textbook, lecture notes
7
Equilibrium and human movement.
Textbook, lecture notes
8
Linear and angular kinematics and kinetics of human
movements.
Textbook, lecture notes
9
Biomechanics of Gait.
Textbook, lecture notes
10
Forces on Muscles and Joints.
Textbook, lecture notes
11
Equipments for Human Motion Analysis.
Textbook, lecture notes
12
Rehabilitation Biomechanics.
Textbook, lecture notes
13
Tissue Mechanics.
Textbook, lecture notes
14
Muscle Mechanics.
Textbook, lecture notes
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Academy/Faculty/Centre
Engineering
Department
Biomedical Engineering
Programme
Bachelor of Biomedical Engineering
Course Code*
KUEU3147
Course Title*
Biomaterials
Course Pre-requisite(s)/
Minimum Requirement(s)
None
Student Learning Time
(SLT)*
120
Credit*
3
Learning Outcomes*
At the end of the course, students are able to:
1. Describe the concept of biocompatibility and the basic concepts of
materials used in medical applications
2. Identify and differentiate the properties of materials (metals, polymers,
ceramics, composites) used as biomaterials
3. Evaluate the different criteria that will lead to a successful implant in
different types of tissue
4. Select the types of biomaterials that can be used for different
application i.e. soft tissue , hard tissue and blood
Transferable Skills
Analysis, report writing skills, communication and presentation skills.
Synopsis of Course
Contents
Materials that are used in medical application. Materials (metals,
polymers, ceramics, composites) that are used in biomaterials.
Mechanism of host response and materials response. Different criteria
needed for implants. Types of biomaterials that can be used.
Method of Delivery (lecture,
tutorial, workshop, etc)
Lecture, Tutorial
Assessment Methods*
Continuous Assessment : 60%
Final Examination : 40%
Methodologies for Feedback
on Performance
Marks for Continuous Assessment will be displayed on the student notice
board before the final exam and grades will be determined after the final
examination.
Criteria in Summative
Assessment
Please refer to the University of Malaya Rules and Regulations (First
Degree) 2010 Handbook.
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SEMESTER/TERM
IMPORTANT: Contents of this Course Information (Current Semester) should not be changed without the
approval from the relevant department / division.
Academic Year
Refer to Academic Planner
Semester/Term
Course Code*
KUEU 3147
Course Title*
Biomaterials
Credit*
3
Medium of Instruction
English
Course Pre-requisite(s)/
Minimum Requirement(s)
None
Main Reference
1. Vincent, J.F.V. & Curry, J.D., The Mechanical Properties of Biological
Materials, Macmillan Press.
2. Vincent, J.F.V., Structural Biomaterials, Macmillan Press.
3. Hench, L.L.,Biomaterials: An Interfacial Approach, Academic Press.
4. Putter, C., Lange, G.L & Groot, K., Implant Materials in Biofunction,
Elsevier.
5. Rubin, L.R., Biomaterials in Reconstructive Surgery, C.V. Mosby
Company
Teaching Materials/
Equipment
Textbook, lecture slide / Computer, LCD projector
Learning Strategies
Lecture, Tutorial, Assignment, Test, Examination
Student Learning Time
Face to face: 44 hours
Guided learning: 0
Independent learning: 72 hours
(Refer to Student Learning Time form)
Soft Skills
Critical Thinking 1,2,3, Professional Ethics and Moral 1,2
(Refer to Soft Skills matrix)
Lecturer
Associate Professor Dr. W Mohd Azhar bin Wan Ibrahim
Room
A1-5-1, Block A, Department of Biomedical Engineering, Faculty of
Engineering
Telephone/e-mail
03-7967 6882 / [email protected]
Lecture/Tutprial/Practical
Session:
Day/Time
Venue
Refer to Departmental Class Schedule
Important Dates
Test :
Examination :
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COURSE INFORMATION FOR CURRENT
SEMESTER/TERM
TEACHING SCHEDULE
Week
Lecture/Tutorial/Assignment Topic
References/Teaching
Materials/Equipment
1
Introduction to biomaterials
Textbook, lecture slides
2
Structure and general biomaterials properties
Textbook, lecture slides
3
Bio metallic materials and its properties and application
Textbook, lecture slides
4
Bio polymeric materials and its properties and application
Textbook, lecture slides
5
Bio ceramics materials and its properties and application
Textbook, lecture slides
6
Bio composites materials and its properties and application
Textbook, lecture slides
7
Semester Test
8
Assignment Presentation: Implant Prostheses (Group 1 &
2).
Report, discussion slides
9
Assignment Presentation: Implant Prostheses (Group 3 &
4).
Report, discussion slides
10
Assignment Presentation: Implant Prostheses (Group 5 &
6)
Report, discussion slides
11
Assignment Presentation: Implant Prostheses (Group 7 &
8).
Report, discussion slides
12
Assignment Presentation: Implant Prostheses (Group 9 &
10).
Report, discussion slides
13
Assignment Presentation: Implant Prostheses (Group 11 &
12) .
Report, discussion slides
14
Revision
Textbook, lecture slides
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Academy/Faculty/Centre
Engineering
Department
Biomedical Engineering
Programme
Bachelor of Biomedical Engineering
Course Code*
KUEU 2143
Course Title*
Microcomputer and digital systems
Course Pre-requisite(s)/
Minimum Requirement(s)
None
Student Learning Time
(SLT)*
120
Credit*
3
Learning Outcomes*
At the end of the course, students are able to:
1. Explain digital number systems and digital logic circuits.
2. Illustrate common features of microcomputer architecture.
3. Use assembly language consists of addressing modes, subroutines,
stack operations and interrupt.
4. Describe the use of memory interface.
5. Describe the use of Input/Output interface.
6. Apply the understanding of instruction set, subroutines, interrupts, and
peripheral interface to solve biomedical engineering-related computing
problems.
Transferable Skills
Analysis and problem solving
Synopsis of Course
Contents
This subject introduces Microprocessor and its Architecture, number
systems, digital logic circuits, addressing mode, data movement
instructions, arithmetic and logic instructions, program control, memory
interface, Input/Output interface, interrupts, subroutines, design of
microprocessor system.
Method of Delivery (lecture,
tutorial, workshop, etc)
Lecture, Tutorial
Assessment Methods*
Continuous Assessment : 40%
Final Examination : 60%
Methodologies for Feedback
on Performance
Marks for Continuous Assessment will be displayed on the student notice
board before the final exam and grades will be determined after the final
examination.
Criteria in Summative
Assessment
Please refer to the University of Malaya Rules and Regulations (First
Degree) 2010 Handbook.
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COURSE INFORMATION FOR CURRENT
SEMESTER/TERM
IMPORTANT: Contents of this Course Information (Current Semester) should not be changed without the
approval from the relevant department / division.
Academic Year
Refer to Academic Planner
Semester/Term
Course Code*
KUEU 2143
Course Title*
Microcomputer and digital systems
Credit*
3
Medium of Instruction
English
Course Pre-requisite(s)/
Minimum Requirement(s)
None
Main Reference
Barry B. Brey. ―The Intel Microprocessors‖. USA: Pearson Education, Inc.
Thomas Flyod. ―Digital Fundamentals‖. New Jersey: Pearson Eductiona,
Inc
Teaching Materials/
Equipment
Textbook, lecture note, LCD projector
Learning Strategies
Lecture, Tutorial, Assignment, Test, Examination
Student Learning Time
Face to face: 44 hours
Guided learning: 0
Independent learning: 72 hours
(Refer to Student Learning Time form)
Soft Skills
Critical Thinking and Problem Solving (CT1,CT2,CT3)
(Refer to Soft Skills matrix)
Lecturer
Dr. Ting Hua Nong
Room
A1-3-5, Block A, Department of Biomedical Engineering, Faculty of
Engineering
Telephone/e-mail
03-7967 6882 / [email protected]
Lecture/Tutprial/Practical
Session:
Day/Time
Venue
Refer to Departmental Class Schedule
Important Dates
Test:
Examination
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SEMESTER/TERM
TEACHING SCHEDULE
Week
Lecture/Tutorial/Assignment Topic
References/Teaching
Materials/Equipment
1
Introduction to Microprocessors and Computer
Reference Books [1],[2] , Lecture
Notes
2
Introduction to number systems
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
3
Logic gates, Latches and Flip-Flops
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
4
Shift Registers, Memory and Storage
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
5
Microprocessor and its architecture
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
6
Addressing mode
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
7
Data movement instructions
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
8
Arithmetic and Logic instructions
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
9
Program control instructions and Subroutines
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
10
Hardware Specifications
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
11
Memory Interface
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
12
Input/Output Interface I
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
13
Input/Output Interface II
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
14
Interrupts
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
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Academy/Faculty/Centre
Engineering
Department
Biomedical Engineering
Programme
Bachelor of Biomedical Engineering
Course Code*
KUEU 3150
Course Title*
Biomedical Engineering Practices
Course Pre-requisite(s)/
Minimum Requirement(s)
None
Student Learning Time
(SLT)*
40
Credit*
1
Learning Outcomes*
At the end of the course, students are able to:
1. Determine the clinical departments in UMMC through visits and
evaluate important equipments used for the treatment of the patients.
2. Determine and propose the solution of biomedical engineering
problem.
3. Explain the safe working practice and current safety legislation in
clinical department.
Transferable Skills
Analysis, report writing skills, communication and presentation skills.
Synopsis of Course
Contents
Identify clinical departments of UMMC. Important equipments used for the
treatment of the patients. Safe working practice and current safety
legislation in clinical department
Method of Delivery (lecture,
tutorial, workshop, etc)
Lecture
Assessment Methods*
Continuous Assessment : 100%
Methodologies for Feedback
on Performance
Marks for Continuous Assessment will be displayed on the student notice
board before the final exam and grades will be determined after the final
examination.
Criteria in Summative
Assessment
Please refer to the University of Malaya Rules and Regulations (First
Degree) 2010 Handbook.
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COURSE INFORMATION FOR CURRENT
SEMESTER/TERM
IMPORTANT: Contents of this Course Information (Current Semester) should not be changed without the
approval from the relevant department / division.
Academic Year
Refer to Academic Planner
Semester/Term
Course Code*
KUEU 3150
Course Title*
Biomedical Engineering Practices
Credit*
1
Medium of Instruction
English
Course Pre-requisite(s)/
Minimum Requirement(s)
None
Main Reference
Teaching Materials/
Equipment
lecture slide / Computer, LCD projector
Learning Strategies
Refer to Student Learning Time form
Student Learning Time
Face to face: 14 hours
Guided learning: 0
Independent learning: 25 hours
(Refer to Student Learning Time form)
Soft Skills
Critical Thinking and problem solving (CT1,CT2,CT3) (Refer to Soft Skills
matrix)
Lecturer
Associate Professor Dr. W Mohd Azhar bin Wan Ibrahim
Room
A1-5-1, Block A, Department of Biomedical Engineering, Faculty of
Engineering
Telephone/e-mail
03-7967 6882 / [email protected]
Lecture/Tutprial/Practical
Session:
Day/Time
Venue
Refer to Class Schedule
Important Dates
Test :
Examination :
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COURSE INFORMATION FOR CURRENT
SEMESTER/TERM
TEACHING SCHEDULE
Week
Lecture/Tutorial/Assignment Topic
References/Teaching
Materials/Equipment
1
Introduction to clinical engineering
Orthopedics department
Lecture slides
2
Introduction to Biomedical Imaging department
Lecture slides
3
Introduction to Medicine department 1
Lecture slides
4
Introduction to Medicine department 2
Lecture slides
5
Introduction to Medicine department 3
Lecture slides
6
Introduction to Rehabilitations department 1
Lecture slides
7
Introduction to Rehabilitations department 2
Lecture slides
8
Introduction to Rehabilitations department 3
Lecture slides
9
Case study preparation 1
Relevant published report,
personal interview and
discussion.
10
Case study preparation 2
Relevant published report,
personal interview and discussion
11
Case study preparation 3
Relevant published report,
personal interview and discussion
12
Case study preparation 4
Relevant published report,
personal interview and discussion
13
Presentation 1
Written report and presentation
slides
14
Presentation 2
Written report and presentation
slides
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Academy/Faculty/Centre
Engineering
Department
Biomedical Engineering
Programme
Bachelor of Biomedical Engineering
Course Code*
KUEU 3175
Course Title*
Laboratory 5
Course Pre-requisite(s)/
Minimum Requirement(s)
None
Student Learning Time
(SLT)*
40
Credit*
1
Learning Outcomes*
At the end of the course, students are able to:
1. Conduct experiment after studying the lab experiment instructions.
2. Use the proper equipment and procedure to obtain data.
3. Analyze the data.
4. Write the laboratory report in the proper format.
5. Use the proper graphs to display the results in a clear and concise
manner.
Transferable Skills
Analysis, critical thinking, problem solving, communication, lab report
writing
Synopsis of Course
Contents
This course contains 10 experiments. Most of the experiments would be
associated with the theoretical course taught in that semester.
Method of Delivery (lecture,
tutorial, workshop, etc)
Lecture, laboratory work
Assessment Methods*
Continuous Assessment : 100%
Methodologies for Feedback
on Performance
Marks for Continuous Assessment will be displayed on the student notice
board before the final exam and grades will be determined after the final
examination.
Criteria in Summative
Assessment
Please refer to the University of Malaya Rules and Regulations (First
Degree) 2010 Handbook.
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SEMESTER/TERM
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approval from the relevant department / division.
Academic Year
Refer to Academic Planner
Semester/Term
Course Code*
KUEU 3175
Course Title*
Laboratory 5
Credit*
1
Medium of Instruction
English
Course Pre-requisite(s)/
Minimum Requirement(s)
None
Main Reference
Teaching Materials/
Equipment
Learning Strategies
Refer to Student Learning Time form
Student Learning Time
40 hours
Face to face: 2 hours
Guided learning: 274 hours
Independent learning: 186 hours
(Refer to Student Learning Time form)
Soft Skills
Critical Thinking and Problem Solving (CT1,CT2,CT3)
Team Work Skills (TS1,TS2),
Life Long Learning and information management (LL1,LL2)
Leadership Skills (LS1,LS2)
(Refer to Soft Skills matrix)
Lecturer
Room
Telephone/e-mail
Lecture/Tutprial/Practical
Session:
Day/Time
Venue
Refer to Class Schedule
Important Dates
Test :
Examination :
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Academy/Faculty/Centre
Engineering
Department
Biomedical Engineering
Programme
Bachelor of Biomedical Engineering
Course Code*
KUEU 3233
Course Title*
Signals and Systems
Course Pre-requisite(s)/
Minimum Requirement(s)
KXEX 1144 Basic Engineering Calculus
KXEX 1145 Basic Engineering Algebra
Student Learning Time
(SLT)*
120
Credit*
3
Learning Outcomes*
At the end of the course, students are able to:
1. Define signals using mathematical description.
2. Describe and analyse a system.
3. Explain the properties of the Fourier Series, Fourier Transform and
their significance.
4. Apply and analyse signals using Fourier Series and Fourier Transform.
5. Apply programs to process data and also to evaluate the results
obtained.
6. Solve the Laplace and Z transform problems.
Transferable Skills
Analysis and problem solving
Synopsis of Course
Contents
This course introduces the basics of signal and systems to the students.
The students will be exposed to signal transformation and signal
properties.
Method of Delivery (lecture,
tutorial, workshop, etc)
Lecture, Tutorial
Assessment Methods*
Continuous Assessment : 40%
Final Examination : 60%
Methodologies for Feedback
on Performance
Marks for Continuous Assessment will be displayed on the student notice
board before the final exam and grades will be determined after the final
examination.
Criteria in Summative
Assessment
Please refer to the University of Malaya Rules and Regulations (First
Degree) 2010 Handbook.
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COURSE INFORMATION FOR CURRENT
SEMESTER/TERM
IMPORTANT: Contents of this Course Information (Current Semester) should not be changed without the
approval from the relevant department / division.
Academic Year
Refer to Academic Planner
Semester/Term
Course Code*
KUEU 3233
Course Title*
Signals and Systems
Credit*
3
Medium of Instruction
English
Course Pre-requisite(s)/
Minimum Requirement(s)
KXEX 1144 Basic Engineering Calculus
KXEX 1145 Basic Engineering Algebra
Main Reference
Michael J. Roberts. ―Signals and Systems‖ .New York: McGraw-Hill
Teaching Materials/
Equipment
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
Learning Strategies
Lecture, Tutorial, Assignment, Test, Examination
Student Learning Time
Face to face: 44 hours
Guided learning: 0
Independent learning: 72 hours
(Refer to Student Learning Time form)
Soft Skills
Critical thinking and problem solving (CT1, CT2, CT3)
(Refer to Soft Skills matrix)
Lecturer
Mr. Ng Siew Cheok
Room
A1-5-2, Block A, Department of Biomedical Engineering, Faculty of
Engineering
Telephone/e-mail
03-7967 4485 / [email protected]
Lecture/Tutprial/Practical
Session:
Day/Time
Venue
Refer to Departmental Class Schedule
Important Dates
Test :
Examination :
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COURSE INFORMATION FOR CURRENT
SEMESTER/TERM
TEACHING SCHEDULE
Week
Lecture/Tutorial/Assignment Topic
References/Teaching
Materials/Equipment
1
Introduction
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
2
Mathematical Description of Signals
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
3
Analysis of systems
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
4
Fourier Series
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
5
Fourier Transform
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
6
Fourier analysis of signals
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
7
Sampling and the Discrete Fourier Transform
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
8
Convolution and matrix properties
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
9
Correlation, Energy Spectral Density and power spectral
density
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
10
Laplace Transform
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
11
Laplace Transform analysis of signals
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
12
Z transform
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
13
Z transform analysis of signals
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
14
Revision
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
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Academy/Faculty/Centre
Engineering
Department
Biomedical Engineering
Programme
Bachelor of Biomedical Engineering
Course Code*
KUEU 3148
Course Title*
Electromagnetism and electrical machines
Course Pre-requisite(s)/
Minimum Requirement(s)
KUEU 2142 Electronics
KUEU 2141 Electrical Circuit Analysis
Student Learning Time
(SLT)*
120
Credit*
3
Learning Outcomes*
At the end of the course, students are able to:
1. Solve problems involving Ampere‘s law and Gauss‘ law.
2. Solve associated inductance problems.
3. Apply Faraday‘s law to magnetic system with time varying fields.
4. Perform calculations related to electromechanical energy conversion in
electric machines.
5. Explain the basic components of electric drive system and explain their
functions.
6. Explain the use of dc and ac motors in biomedical applications
Transferable Skills
Analysis and problem solving
Synopsis of Course
Contents
This subject introduces the magnetic field concept, Ampere‘s and
Faraday‘s law for magnetic system with time varying fields. Basic
components for electric drive system and their functions, different parts of
ac and dc motors are also included with extension of applications in
biomedical engineering.
Method of Delivery (lecture,
tutorial, workshop, etc)
Lecture, Tutorial
Assessment Methods*
Continuous Assessment : 40%
Final Examination : 60%
Methodologies for Feedback
on Performance
Marks for Continuous Assessment will be displayed on the student notice
board before the final exam and grades will be determined after the final
examination.
Criteria in Summative
Assessment
Please refer to the University of Malaya Rules and Regulations (First
Degree) 2010 Handbook.
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approval from the relevant department / division.
Academic Year
Refer to Academic Planner
Semester/Term
Course Code*
KUEU 3148
Course Title*
Electromagnetism and Electrical Machines
Credit*
3
Medium of Instruction
English
Course Pre-requisite(s)/
Minimum Requirement(s)
KUEU 2142 Electronics
KUEU 2141 Electrical Circuit Analysis
Main Reference
1. Sadiku, Matthew N. O. (2007). ―Elements of Electromagnetics‖. 4
Edition. New York: Oxford University Press.
2. Engineering electromagnetic 6th ed. by Hayt, William
3. Bioelectromagnetic Medicine By Paul J. Rosch, Marko S. Markov
rd
4. Electrical Machinery Fundamentals, Stephen J. Chapman, 3 Edition,
McGrawHill International Edition.
Teaching Materials/
Equipment
Textbook, lecture note, LCD projector
Learning Strategies
Lecture, Tutorial, Assignment, test, Examination
Student Learning Time
Face to face: 44 hours
Guided learning: 0
Independent learning: 72 hours
th
(Refer to Student Learning Time form)
Soft Skills
Critical Thinking and Problem solving (CT1,CT2,CT3)
(Refer to Soft Skills matrix)
Lecturer
Dr. Ting Hua Nong
Room
A1-3-5, Block A, Department of Biomedical Engineering, Faculty of
Engineering
Telephone/e-mail
03-7967 6882 / [email protected]
Lecture/Tutprial/Practical
Session:
Day/Time
Venue
Refer to Class Schedule
Important Dates
Test :
Examination :
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SEMESTER/TERM
TEACHING SCHEDULE
Week
Lecture/Tutorial/Assignment Topic
References/Teaching
Materials/Equipment
1
Vector algebra, coordinate systems and transformation
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
2
Vector calculus
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
3
Coulomb‘s Law, field intensity and electric flux density
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
4
Gauss‘s Law, electric potential and dipole
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
5
Biot-Savart‘s Law, Ampere‘s Law
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
6
Magnetic flux density, Maxwell‘s equations
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
7
Faraday‘s Law
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
8
Inductance
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
9
Basic principles of electric machines
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
10
Elements of electric drive system
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
11
DC motors I
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
12
DC motors II
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
13
AC motors I
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
14
AC motors II
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
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Academy/Faculty/Centre
Engineering
Department
Biomedical Engineering
Programme
Bachelor of Biomedical Engineering
Course Code*
KUEU 3149
Course Title*
Control Systems
Course Pre-requisite(s)/
Minimum Requirement(s)
None
Student Learning Time
(SLT)*
120
Credit*
3
Learning Outcomes*
At the end of the course, students are able to:
1. Explain the concept of control system structures.
2. Calculate transfer functions of cascaded control systems.
3. Model control systems and parameters for analogue and digital.
4. Apply P, PI & PID modes of control.
5. Explain and analyze stability concepts and its criterions.
6. Design and implement a simple control system.
Transferable Skills
Analysis and problem solving
Synopsis of Course
Contents
This subject introduces the concept of control system, transfer functions of
cascaded systems and their parameters. Control approaches such as
PID, system stability, sketching techniques and plotting are also included
to equip students with necessary tools in solving biomedical engineering
problems.
Method of Delivery (lecture,
tutorial, workshop, etc)
Lecture, Tutorial
Assessment Methods*
Continuous Assessment : 40%
Final Examination : 60%
Methodologies for Feedback
on Performance
Marks for Continuous Assessment will be displayed on the student notice
board before the final exam and grades will be determined after the final
examination.
Criteria in Summative
Assessment
Please refer to the University of Malaya Rules and Regulations (First
Degree) 2010 Handbook.
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approval from the relevant department / division.
Academic Year
Refer to Academic Planner
Semester/Term
Course Code*
KUEU 3149
Course Title*
Control Systems
Credit*
3
Medium of Instruction
English
Course Pre-requisite(s)/
Minimum Requirement(s)
None
Main Reference
1. Ogata, K. (2002). Modern Control Engineering (4 ed.). Upper Saddle
River, NJ: Prentice Hall.
th
2. Richard, C.D., Robert H. B. (2005). Modern Control System (10 ed.).
Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall.
Teaching Materials/
Equipment
Textbook, lecture note, LCD projector
Learning Strategies
Lecture, Tutorial, Assignment, Test, Examination
Student Learning Time
120 hours
th
Face to face: 44 hours
Guided learning: 0
Independent learning: 72 hours
(Refer to Student Learning Time form)
Soft Skills
Critical Thinking and Problem Solving (CT1,CT2,CT3)
(Refer to Soft Skills matrix)
Lecturer
Ahmad Khairi Abdul Wahab
Room
A1-5-5, Block A, Department of Biomedical Engineering,
Faculty of Engineering
Telephone/e-mail
03-7967 4488 / [email protected]
Lecture/Tutprial/Practical
Session:
Day/Time
Venue
Refer to Class Schedule
Important Dates
Test :
Examination :
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SEMESTER/TERM
TEACHING SCHEDULE
Week
Lecture/Tutorial/Assignment Topic
References/Teaching
Materials/Equipment
1
Control systems: Terminology and basic structure
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
2
Feed forward-Feedback control structure
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
3
Dynamic models: transfer function models
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
4
Models of electric circuits
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
5
Generalized block diagram of a feedback system
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
6
Motion control systems
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
7
Feedback control system characteristics : Proportional,
Integral and derivative modes
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
8
Feedback control system characteristics : Proportional,
Integral and derivative modes continued
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
9
Stability concepts : Routh stability criterion and examples
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
10
Stability range for a parameter
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
11
Performance specifications of feedback systems
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
12
Root locus concept and guidelines for sketching Root Loci
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
13
Nyquist stability criterion and Bode plots
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
14
Nyquist stability criterion and Bode plots (Continued)
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
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Academy/Faculty/Centre
Engineering
Department
Biomedical Engineering
Programme
Bachelor of Biomedical Engineering
Course Code*
KUEU 3245
Course Title*
Mechanics of Machines
Course Pre-requisite(s)/
Minimum Requirement(s)
KUEU 1130 Statics
KUEU 1154 Dynamics
Student Learning Time
(SLT)*
80
Credit*
2
Learning Outcomes*
At the end of the course, students are able to:
1. Describe and solve problems involving kinematics and kinetics of
slider mechanism and four-bar mechanism
2. Describe and solve problems involving action of gears and gear trains
3. Describe and solve problems involving bodies undergoing vibrations
with two degrees of freedom
4. Solve kinematics and kinetics problems in 3D rigid body
5. Design gears and mechanisms
Transferable Skills
Analysis and problem solving.
Synopsis of Course
Contents
Kinematics and kinetics of slider mechanism and four-bar mechanism.
Gears and gear trains
Method of Delivery (lecture,
tutorial, workshop, etc)
Lecture
Assessment Methods*
Continuous Assessment : 40%
Final Examination : 60%
Methodologies for Feedback
on Performance
Marks for Continuous Assessment will be displayed on the student notice
board before the final exam and grades will be determined after the final
examination.
Criteria in Summative
Assessment
Please refer to the University of Malaya Rules and Regulations (First
Degree) 2010 Handbook.
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approval from the relevant department / division.
Academic Year
Refer to Academic Planner
Semester/Term
Course Code*
KUEU 3245
Course Title*
Mechanics of Machines
Credit*
English
Medium of Instruction
2
Course Pre-requisite(s)/
Minimum Requirement(s)
KUEU 1130 Statics
KUEU 1154 Dynamics
Main Reference
Harrison HR & Nettleton T. Principles of Engineering Mechanics, 2
Edition.
Teaching Materials/
Equipment
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
Learning Strategies
Lecture, Assignment, Test, Examination
Student Learning Time
Face to face: 28 hours
Guided learning: 0
Independent learning: 48 hours
(Refer to Student Learning Time form)
Soft Skills
Critical Thinking and Problem Solving (CT1,CT2,CT3)
(Refer to Soft Skills matrix)
Lecturer
Room
Telephone/e-mail
Lecture/Tutprial/Practical
Session:
Day/Time
Venue
Refer to Class Schedule
Important Dates
Test :
Examination : Refer to the Examination Schedule
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TEACHING SCHEDULE
Week
Lecture/Tutorial/Assignment Topic
References/Teaching
Materials/Equipment
1
Mechanisms
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
2
Mechanisms
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
3
Mechanisms
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
4
Spur gears
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
5
Spur gears
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
6
Compound gears
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
7
Compound gears
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
8
Belt drive
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
9
Belt drive
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
10
Mechanics of rigid bodies in 3D
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
11
Mechanics of rigid bodies in 3D
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
12
Mechanics of rigid bodies in 3D
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
13
Vibration with two degrees of freedom
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
14
Vibration with two degrees of freedom
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
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Academy/Faculty/Centre
Engineering
Department
Biomedical Engineering
Programme
Bachelor of Biomedical Engineering
Course Code*
KUEU3146
Course Title*
Biomedical Statistics
Course Pre-requisite(s)/
Minimum Requirement(s)
None
Student Learning Time
(SLT)*
82
Credit*
2
Learning Outcomes*
At the end of the course, students are able to:
1. Evaluate the concepts and theories of statistical used in biomedical
engineering.
2. Apply statistical package to analyse biomedical engineering problems.
3. Formulate statistical analysis to the case study.
Transferable Skills
Analysis and problem solving
Synopsis of Course
Contents
Basic concepts, theory and techniques of statistics used in bio-medical
engineering. Introduction of statistical package to analyse bio-medical
engineering problems. Application of statistical analysis in the case study.
Method of Delivery (lecture,
tutorial, workshop, etc)
Lecture
Assessment Methods*
Continuous Assessment : 40%
Final Examination : 60%
Methodologies for Feedback
on Performance
Marks for Continuous Assessment will be displayed on the student notice
board before the final exam and grades will be determined after the final
examination.
Criteria in Summative
Assessment
Please refer to the University of Malaya Rules and Regulations (First
Degree) 2010 Handbook.
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approval from the relevant department / division.
Academic Year
Refer to Academic Planner
Semester/Term
Course Code*
KUEU 3146
Course Title*
Biomedical Statistics
Credit*
English
Medium of Instruction
2
Course Pre-requisite(s)/
Minimum Requirement(s)
None
Main Reference
1. Jan W. Kuzma, Stephen E. Bohnenblust. Basic Statistics for the Health
Sciences. McGraw-Hill International Editiopn. Fifth Edition.
2. Neil A. Weiss. Introductory Statistics: International edition. Pearson
Addison Wesley. Eight Edition.
Teaching Materials/
Equipment
Reference Books, Slides, Computer & LCD
Learning Strategies
Lecture, Assignment, Test, Examination
Student Learning Time
Face to face: 28 hours
Guided learning: 0
Independent learning: 48 hours
(Refer to Student Learning Time form)
Soft Skills
Life Long Learning and information management (LL1,LL2)
Ethics and Professional Moral (EM1,EM2)
(Refer to soft skills matrix)
Lecturer
Associate Professor Dr. W Mohd Azhar bin Wan Ibrahim
Room
A1-5-1, Block A, Department of Biomedical Engineering, Faculty of
Engineering
Telephone/e-mail
03-7967 6882 / [email protected]
Lecture/Tutprial/Practical
Session:
Day/Time
Venue
Refer to Class Schedule
Important Dates
Test :
Exam : Refer to Examination Schedule
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SEMESTER/TERM
TEACHING SCHEDULE
Week
Lecture/Tutorial/Assignment Topic
References/Teaching
Materials/Equipment
1
Introduction to Biostatistics
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
2
Data collections, data analyses and data presentations
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
3
Basic Probability Concepts
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
4
Estimation
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
5
Hypothesis Testing
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
6
Analysis of Variance
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
7
Simple Linear Regression and Correlation
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
8
Mid-Semester
9
Multiple Regression and Correlation
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
10
Non-Parametric and Distribution-free Statistic
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
11
Using Statistical Software l
12
Using Statistical Software ll
13
Project Paper Presentation
Presentations
14
Project Paper Presentation
Presentations
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Academy/Faculty/Centre
Engineering
Department
Biomedical Engineering
Programme
Bachelor of Biomedical Engineering
Course Code*
KUEU 4140
Course Title*
Safety, Standards and Ethics in Biomedical Engineering
Course Pre-requisite(s)/
Minimum Requirement(s)
None
Student Learning Time
(SLT)*
80
Credit*
2
Learning Outcomes*
At the end of the course, students are able to:
1. Explain the medical safety standard (Malaysia, IEC, BS)
2. Evaluate the electrical hazard for medical equipment.
3. Determine the devices available to protect against electrical hazards.
4. Describe the regulatory requirement related to biocompatibility of
implant/medical device.
5. Explain the ethical issues related to biomedical engineering.
Transferable Skills
analysis
Synopsis of Course
Contents
The course covers the medical safety standard or safety codes to guide
equipment manufacturers in the production of safe equipment, electrical
hazards of medical instruments e.g macroshock and microshock hazards,
physiological effects of electricity on human body, leakage current,
devices to protect against electrical hazards, and an equipment safety
programme.
Method of Delivery (lecture,
tutorial, workshop, etc)
Lecture
Assessment Methods*
Continuous Assessment : 40%
Final Examination : 60%
Methodologies for Feedback
on Performance
Marks for Continuous Assessment will be displayed on the student notice
board before the final exam and grades will be determined after the final
examination.
Criteria in Summative
Assessment
Please refer to the University of Malaya Rules and Regulations (First
Degree) 2010 Handbook.
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approval from the relevant department / division.
Academic Year
Refer to Academic Planner
Semester/Term
Course Code*
KUEU 4140
Course Title*
Safety, Standards and Ethics in Biomedical Engineering
Credit*
English
Medium of Instruction
2
Course Pre-requisite(s)/
Minimum Requirement(s)
None
Main Reference
1. Aston, R. Principles of Biomedical Instrumentation and
Measurement.
2. Carr, J.J, Brown J.M. Introduction to Biomedical Equipment
Technology.
3. Cromwell L, Weibell F.J., Pfeiffer E.A. Biomedical Instrumentation and
Measurements.
Teaching Materials/
Equipment
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
Learning Strategies
Refer to Student Learning Time form
Student Learning Time
80 hours
Face to face:28 hours
Guided learning:0 hour
Independent learning:48 hours
(Refer to Student Learning Time form)
Soft Skills
Communication Skills (CS1,CS2,CS3)
Professional Ethics and Moral (EM1,EM2)
(Refer to Soft Skills matrix)
Lecturer
Room
Telephone/e-mail
Lecture/Tutprial/Practical
Session:
Day/Time
Venue
Refer to Class Schedule
Important Dates
Test :
Examination : Refer to Examination Schedule
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SEMESTER/TERM
TEACHING SCHEDULE
Week
Lecture/Tutorial/Assignment Topic
References/Teaching
Materials/Equipment
1
Introduction to global standard of medical devices.
Introduction to Asian standard of medical devices.
Lecture and Seminar Notes
2
Towards standardized safety codes of medical devices in
Malaysia.
Lecture and Seminar Notes
3
Medical safety codes in the UK and Europe
Lecture and Seminar Notes
4
The electrical hazard in medical devices
Lecture Notes
5
Definition of macro-shock and micro-shock. Safety
measures toward electric shock.
Lecture Notes
6
The effects of electric current on the physiological aspects
of human body.
Lecture Notes
7
Definition of leakage current.
Lecture Notes
8
Introduction to devices that can protect against electrical
hazards
Lecture Notes
9
Devices to protect against high-voltage micro-shock and
the danger of micro-shock
Lecture Notes
10
Introduction to safety devices program.
Lecture Notes
11
Safety criteria in designing mechanical devices in
biomedical engineering.
Lecture Notes
12
Pressure sores – Pressure limits, Forces acting on human
skin
Lecture Notes
13
Introduction to ethical and bioethical issues. Ethical
problems in medical science and biomedical engineering
Lecture Notes
14
Revision
Lecture Notes
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Academy/Faculty/Centre
Engineering
Department
Biomedical Engineering
Programme
Bachelor of Biomedical Engineering
Course Code*
KUEU 4180
Course Title*
Capstone Project 1
Course Pre-requisite(s)/
Minimum Requirement(s)
None
Student Learning Time
(SLT)*
42
Credit*
1
Learning Outcomes*
At the end of the course, students are able to:
1. Design experiment to test out a hypothesis.
2. Use the proper equipment and procedure to obtain data.
3. Interpret the data.
4. Write the laboratory report in the proper format.
5. Use the proper graphs to display the results in a clear and concise
manner.
Transferable Skills
Analysis and problem solving
Synopsis of Course
Contents
This course contains five experiments. Most of the experiments would be
related to the main components in Biomedical Engineering.
Method of Delivery (lecture,
tutorial, workshop, etc)
Lecture, Lab Work
Assessment Methods*
Continuous Assessment : 100%
Final Examination :
Methodologies for Feedback
on Performance
Marks for Continuous Assessment will be displayed on the student notice
board before the final exam and grades will be determined after the final
examination.
Criteria in Summative
Assessment
Please refer to the University of Malaya Rules and Regulations (First
Degree) 2010 Handbook.
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approval from the relevant department / division.
Academic Year
Refer to Academic Planner
Semester/Term
Course Code*
KUEU 4180
Course Title*
Capstone Project 1
Credit*
1
Medium of Instruction
English
Course Pre-requisite(s)/
Minimum Requirement(s)
None
Main Reference
Irrelevant.
Teaching Materials/
Equipment
Laboratory Equipment
Learning Strategies
Lecture, Laboratory Work, Laboratory Report
Student Learning Time
Face to face: 4 hours
Guided learning: 24 hours
Independent learning: 16 hours
(Refer to Student Learning Time form)
Soft Skills
Critical Thinking and Problem Solving (CT1,CT2,CT3),
Team Work Skills (TS1, TS2)
Life Long Learning (LL1,LL2)
Leadership Skills (LS1,LS2)
(Refer to Soft Skills matrix)
Lecturer
Room
Telephone/e-mail
Mr. Ng Siew Cheok
A1-5-2, Block A, Department of Biomedical Engineering, Faculty of
Engineering
03-7967 4485 / [email protected]
Lecture/Tutorial/Practical
Session:
Day/Time
Venue
Important Dates
Test :
Examination :
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Academy/Faculty/Centre
Engineering
Department
Biomedical Engineering
Programme
Bachelor of Biomedical Engineering
Course Code*
KUEU 2190
Course Title*
Industrial Training
Course Pre-requisite(s)/
Minimum Requirement(s)
None
Student Learning Time
(SLT)*
200
Credit*
5
Learning Outcomes*
At the end of the course, students are able to:
1. apply the knowledge obtained during lectures and coursework in
practical situations.
2. gain detailed knowledge of some real-life applications of biomedical
engineering and how it interacts with the wider community.
3. be able to intelligently weigh the challenges and constraints of a
commercial biomedical engineering setting, including economic,
environmental, social and ethical constraints.
4. have extensive experience of working within an established
professional team, and interacting within a larger organisation
successfully.
5. be able to relate the ethical principles learn as part of formal academic
study to decisions and strategies applied at the point of
implementation.
Transferable Skills
Analysis, problem solving, critical thinking, communication
Synopsis of Course
Contents
Students will be exposed to biomedical engineering working environment.
Knowledge in biomedical engineering applications & development of
interpersonal communication skills.
Method of Delivery (lecture,
tutorial, workshop, etc)
Working Environment
Assessment Methods*
Continuous Assessment : 100%
Methodologies for Feedback
on Performance
None
Criteria in Summative
Assessment
Please refer to the University of Malaya Rules and Regulations (First
Degree) 2010 Handbook.
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Academic Year
Refer to Academic Planner
Semester/Term
Course Code*
KUEU 2190
Course Title*
Industrial Training
Credit*
5
Medium of Instruction
English
Course Pre-requisite(s)/
Minimum Requirement(s)
None
Main Reference
None
Teaching Materials/
Equipment
Working Environment
Learning Strategies
Refer to Student Learning Time form
Student Learning Time
200 hours
Face to face: 0
Guided learning: 0
Independent learning: 200 hours
(Refer to Student Learning Time form)
Soft Skills
Critical Thinking 1,2,3
(Refer to Soft Skills matrix)
Lecturer
Room
Telephone/e-mail
Lecture/Tutprial/Practical
Session:
Day/Time
Venue
Refer to Departmental Class Schedule
Important Dates
Test :
Examination : Refer to the Examination Schedule
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Academy/Faculty/Centre
Engineering
Department
Biomedical Engineering
Programme
Bachelor of Biomedical Engineering
Course Code*
KUEU 4183
Course Title*
Graduation Project 1
Course Pre-requisite(s)/
Minimum Requirement(s)
None
Student Learning Time
(SLT)*
81
Credit*
2
Learning Outcomes*
At the end of the course, students are able to:
1. Search for relevant information to a research problem.
2. Discriminate the current available methods of solving problem.
3. Work independently or in a group to complete a research project.
4. Conduct appropriate experiments to solve the research problem.
5. Analyze data obtained.
6. Discuss and state logical conclusions from results.
Transferable Skills
Critical thinking, problem solving, project paper presentation
Synopsis of Course
Contents
Student will learn to search for relevant information and discriminate the
current available methods of solving problem. They will experience
working independently or in a group and conducting appropriate
experiments to solve the research problem They will have skills to analyze
data, discuss and state logical conclusions from results.
Method of Delivery (lecture,
tutorial, workshop, etc)
Lecture, Discussion, Demonstration
Assessment Methods*
Continuous Assessment : 100% (Grade I)
Methodologies for Feedback
on Performance
Marks for Continuous Assessment will be displayed on the student notice
board before the final exam and grades will be determined after the final
examination.
Criteria in Summative
Assessment
Please refer to the University of Malaya Rules and Regulations (First
Degree) 2010 Handbook.
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approval from the relevant department / division.
Academic Year
Refer to Academic Planner
Semester/Term
Course Code*
KUEU 4183
Course Title*
Graduation Project I
Credit*
2
Medium of Instruction
English
Course Pre-requisite(s)/
Minimum Requirement(s)
Main Reference
Not relevant
Teaching Materials/
Equipment
Journals, Lab equipment
Learning Strategies
Refer to Student Learning Time form
Student Learning Time
81
Face to face:14
Guided learning:0
Independent learning: 66
(Refer to Student Learning Time form)
Soft Skills
Communication Skills (CS1,CS2,CS3)
Critical Thinking and Problem Solving (CT1,CT2,CT3)
Life Long Learning and Information Management (LL1,LL2)
(Refer to Soft Skills matrix)
Lecturer
Room
Telephone/e-mail
Lecture/Tutorial/Practical
Session:
Day/Time
Venue
Refer to Class Schedule
Important Dates
Test :
Examination :
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Academy/Faculty/Centre
Engineering
Department
Biomedical Engineering
Programme
Bachelor of Biomedical Engineering
Course Code*
KUEU 4134
Course Title*
Medical Instrumentation: Application and Design
Course Pre-requisite(s)/
Minimum Requirement(s)
KUEU 2142 Electronics
KUEU 2139 Medical Electronics
Student Learning Time
(SLT)*
120
Credit*
3
Learning Outcomes*
At the end of the course, students are able to:
1. Explain the basic concept of medical instrumentation.
2. Determine the different specifications and origin of bio potentials.
3. Explain and analyze patient monitoring systems.
4. Analyze simple pacemaker and defibrillator circuits.
5. Design a basic biomedical instrumentation application.
Transferable Skills
Analysis and problem solving
Synopsis of Course
Contents
This subject relates the structure and the components of biomedical
equipment. It stresses deep understanding of instrumentation devices and
systems for a particular application in biomedical. Instrumentation for Biopotentials, cardiovascular, respiratory and other important physiological
parameters are covered in this course. Students are also required to
design a basic biomedical instrumentation device.
Method of Delivery (lecture,
tutorial, workshop, etc)
Lecture, Tutorial
Assessment Methods*
Continuous Assessment : 50%
Final Examination : 50%
Methodologies for Feedback
on Performance
Marks for Continuous Assessment will be displayed on the student notice
board before the final exam and grades will be determined after the final
examination.
Criteria in Summative
Assessment
Please refer to the University of Malaya Rules and Regulations (First
Degree) 2010 Handbook.
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approval from the relevant department / division.
Academic Year
Refer to Academic Planner
Semester/Term
Course Code*
KUEU 4134
Course Title*
Medical Instrumentation: Application and Design
Credit*
3
Medium of Instruction
English
Course Pre-requisite(s)/
Minimum Requirement(s)
KUEU 2142 Electronics
KUEU 2139 Medical Electronics
Main Reference
1. Biomedical Instrumentation and Measurements by Leslie Cromwell,
Fred J. Weibell, & Erich A. Pfeiffer, Prentice Hall, 1980
rd
2. Medical Instrumentation application and design 3 ed. John Webster,
John Wiley, 1998
Teaching Materials/
Equipment
Textbook, lecture note, LCD projector
Learning Strategies
Lecture, Tutorial, Assignment, Test, Examination
Student Learning Time
Face to face: 44 hours
Guided learning: 0
Independent learning: 72 hours
(Refer to Student Learning Time form)
Soft Skills
Critical Thinking and Problem Solving (CT1,CT2,CT3)
(Refer to Soft Skills matrix)
Lecturer
Room
Telephone/e-mail
Lecture/Tutorial/Practical
Session:
Day/Time
Venue
Refer to Class Schedule
Important Dates
Test :
Examination :
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TEACHING SCHEDULE
Week
Lecture/Tutorial/Assignment Topic
References/Teaching
Materials/Equipment
1
Basic concept of medical instrumentation
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
2
The origin of biopotentials
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
3
Bio-potential amplifiers
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
4
Bio-potential amplifiers (Continued)
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
5
Cardiovascular measurement, ECG machine principles and
circuits
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
6
Measurement of blood flow, Ultrasonic measurements and
principles
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
7
Respiratory systems and measurements
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
8
EEG machine principles and circuits
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
9
Electrosurgery and Ablation EEG machine principles and
circuits
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
10
Pacemaker and Defibrillator circuits
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
11
Design a basic biomedical instrumentation application
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
12
Design a basic biomedical instrumentation application
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
13
Case study1
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
14
Case study2
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
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Academy/Faculty/Centre
Engineering
Department
Biomedical Engineering
Programme
Bachelor of Biomedical Engineering
Course Code*
KUEU 4135
Course Title*
Management and Clinical Engineering
Course Pre-requisite(s)/
Minimum Requirement(s)
None
Student Learning Time
(SLT)*
120
Credit*
3
Learning Outcomes*
At the end of the course, students are able to:
1. Describe healthcare technology management and clinical engineering.
2. Describe the use of ICT in healthcare technology management
3. Explain technology assessment, risk management, patient and medical
device safety.
4. Identify medical devices standards, regulations and emerging
technology.
5. Analyze the problems of healthcare technology management and
clinical engineering.
Transferable Skills
Analytic and critical thinking
Synopsis of Course
Contents
The course exposes the students to the healthcare management and
clinical engineering. A few important issues are addressed in this course
such as healthcare technology, telemedicine, management of medical
devices, healthcare technology management, healthcare technology
assessment, healthcare technology advancement.
Method of Delivery (lecture,
tutorial, workshop, etc)
Lecture, Tutorial
Assessment Methods*
Continuous Assessment : 60%
Final Examination : 40%
Methodologies for Feedback
on Performance
Marks for Continuous Assessment will be displayed on the student notice
board before the final exam and grades will be determined after the final
examination.
Criteria in Summative
Assessment
Please refer to the University of Malaya Rules and Regulations (First
Degree) 2010 Handbook.
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approval from the relevant department / division.
Academic Year
Refer to Academic Planner
Semester/Term
Course Code*
KUEU 4135
Course Title*
Management and Clinical Engineering
Credit*
3
Medium of Instruction
Engish
Course Pre-requisite(s)/
Minimum Requirement(s)
None
Main Reference
Teaching Materials/
Equipment
Learning Strategies
Student Learning Time
Soft Skills
Lecturer
Room
Telephone/e-mail
Lecture/Tutorial/Practical
Session:
Day/Time
Venue
Refer to Class Schedule
Important Dates
Test :
Examination :
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SEMESTER/TERM
TEACHING SCHEDULE
Week
Lecture/Tutorial/Assignment Topic
References/Teaching
Materials/Equipment
1
Introduction to Healthcare Technology
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
2
Medical Technology Management: Overview
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
3
Health Information System
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
4
Technology Assessment and Equipment Asset
Management
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
5
Equipment Acquisition and Risk Management
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
6
Medical Devices: Regulations and Standards
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
7
Introduction to Clinical Engineering
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
8
Medical equipment Maintenance: Operation Management
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
9
Medical equipment Maintenance: Quality Management
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
10
Health Technology Assessment (I)
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
11
Health Technology Assessment (II)
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
12
Technical Specification: Preparation and Evaluation
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
13
Medical Devices- Design, Manufacturing, Evaluation and
Control
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
14
Biomedical Engineering Emerging Technology
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
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Academy/Faculty/Centre
Engineering
Department
Biomedical Engineering
Programme
Bachelor of Biomedical Engineering
Course Code*
KUEU 4132
Course Title*
Artificial Organs and Biotransport
Course Pre-requisite(s)/
Minimum Requirement(s)
None
Student Learning Time
(SLT)*
80
Credit*
2
Learning Outcomes*
At the end of the course, students are able to:
1. Explain the mass transfer principles for mixtures, species, explain
mass balances, diffusive and convective transport and determine mass
transfer in synthetic membranes.
2. Determine the principles of haemodialysis and explain mass transfer
performance of the artificial kidney.
3. Explain principles of cardiopulmonary bypass and problems related to
artificial lung designs in membrane oxygenators.
Transferable Skills
Analysis and problem solving
Synopsis of Course
Contents
This course introduces the mass transfer principles for mixtures, species
velocities and fluxes. Mass balances, diffusive and convective transport.
Principles of cardiopulmonary bypass and problems related to artificial
lung designs in membrane oxygenators.
Method of Delivery (lecture,
tutorial, workshop, etc)
Lecture
Assessment Methods*
Continuous Assessment : 60%
Final Examination : 40%
Methodologies for Feedback
on Performance
Marks for Continuous Assessment will be displayed on the student notice
board before the final exam and grades will be determined after the final
examination.
Criteria in Summative
Assessment
Please refer to the University of Malaya Rules and Regulations (First
Degree) 2010 Handbook.
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approval from the relevant department / division.
Academic Year
Refer to Academic Planner
Semester/Term
Course Code*
KUEU 4132
Course Title*
Artificial Organs and Biotransport
Credit*
English
Medium of Instruction
2
Course Pre-requisite(s)/
Minimum Requirement(s)
None
Main Reference
1. Basic transport phenomena in Biomedical Engineering, Ronald L.
Fourier, 1999, Taylor and Francis.
2. Artificial Organs, Andrade et al, 1987, VCH Publishers, Inc.
Teaching Materials/
Equipment
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
Learning Strategies
Lecture, Assignment, Test, Examination
Student Learning Time
Soft Skills
Critical Thinking and Problem Solving (CT1,Ct2,CT3)
Ethics and Professional Moral (EM1,EM2)
Lecturer
Room
Telephone/e-mail
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Noor Azuan Abu Osman
Level 8, Engineering Tower, Faculty of Engineering
03-7967 6852 / [email protected]
Lecture/Tutorial/Practical
Session:
Day/Time
Venue
Refer to Departmental Class Schedule
Important Dates
Test :
Exam : Refer to Examination Schedule
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TEACHING SCHEDULE
Week
Lecture/Tutorial/Assignment Topic
References/Teaching
Materials/Equipment
1
Mass transfer principles. Mixtures, species velocities, fluxes
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
2
Fick's 1st Law, Mass balances.
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
3
Diffusive and Convective transport
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
4
Mass transfer in synthetic membranes. / Tutorial 1/Test 1
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
5
Artificial Kidney. Principles of haemodialysis
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
6
Mass transfer performance of the artificial kidney
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
7
Patient-dialyser interaction
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
8
Dialysis prescription through urea kinetic modelling
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
9
Artificial Lung. Principles of cardiopulmonary bypass.
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
10
Gas transport in blood
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
11
Artificial lung designs - membrane oxygenators
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
12
Analysis and performance of membrane oxygenators.
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
13
Implantable oxygenators.
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
14
Revision
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
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Academy/Faculty/Centre
Engineering
Department
Biomedical Engineering
Programme
Bachelor of Biomedical Engineering
Course Code*
KUEU 4181
Course Title*
Capstone Project 2
Course Pre-requisite(s)/
Minimum Requirement(s)
None
Student Learning Time
(SLT)*
42
Credit*
1
Learning Outcomes*
At the end of the course, students are able to:
1. Design experiment to test out a hypothesis.
2. Use the proper equipment and procedure to obtain data.
3. Interpret the data.
4. Write the laboratory report in the proper format.
5. Use the proper graphs to display the results in a clear and concise
manner.
Transferable Skills
Analysis and problem solving
Synopsis of Course
Contents
This course contains five experiments. Most of the experiments would be
related to the main components in Biomedical Engineering.
Method of Delivery (lecture,
tutorial, workshop, etc)
Lecture, Laboratory Work
Assessment Methods*
Continuous Assessment : 100%
Final Examination :
Methodologies for Feedback
on Performance
Marks for Continuous Assessment will be displayed on the student notice
board before the final exam and grades will be determined after the final
examination.
Criteria in Summative
Assessment
Please refer to the University of Malaya Rules and Regulations (First
Degree) 2010 Handbook.
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Academic Year
Refer to Academic Planner
Semester/Term
Course Code*
KUEU 4181
Course Title*
Capstone Project 2
Credit*
1
Medium of Instruction
English
Course Pre-requisite(s)/
Minimum Requirement(s)
None
Main Reference
Not relevant
Teaching Materials/
Equipment
Laboratory equipment
Learning Strategies
Lecture, Laboratory work, Laboratory Report
Student Learning Time
Face to face: 4 hours
Guided learning: 24 hours
Independent learning: 16 hours
(Refer to Student Learning Time form)
Soft Skills
Critical Thinking and Problem Solving (CT1, CT2, CT3),
Team Work Skills (TS1,TS2)
Lifelong Learning and Information Management (LL1,LL2)
Leadership Skills (LS1,LS2)
Lecturer
Room
Telephone/e-mail
Mr. Ng Siew Cheok
A1-5-2, Block A, Department of Biomedical Engineering, Faculty of
Engineering
03-7967 4485 / [email protected]
Lecture/Tutorial/Practical
Session:
Day/Time
Venue
Refer to Class Schedule
Important Dates
Test :
Exam : None
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Academy/Faculty/Centre
Engineering
Department
Biomedical Engineering
Programme
Bachelor of Biomedical Engineering
Course Code*
KUEU 4141
Course Title*
Medical Imaging
Course Pre-requisite(s)/
Minimum Requirement(s)
None
Student Learning Time
(SLT)*
120
Credit*
3
Learning Outcomes*
At the end of the course, students are able to:
1. Explain the basics of principles and design of medical diagnostic
imaging equipment.
2. Analyze the image quality.
3. Describe features and importance of quality control in diagnostics.
4. Describe various imaging modalities such as x-rays, gamma-rays,
computed tomography, projection radiography, fluoroscopy,
mammography, magnetic resonance imaging, ultrasound, biomagnetic
diagnostics, laser and optoelectronics.
Transferable Skills
Analysis
Synopsis of Course
Contents
The course introduces the basic principles and design of medical
diagnostic imaging equipment. A few medical imaging technologies are
covered such as X-rays, gamma rays, and computed tomography,
fluoroscopy, mammography, projection radiography, magnetic resonance
imaging, ultrasound, biomagnetic diagnostics, laser and optoelectronics.
The course also exposes the students to the quality control in diagnostics.
Method of Delivery (lecture,
tutorial, workshop, etc)
Lecture, Tutorial
Assessment Methods*
Continuous Assessment : 60%
Final Examination : 40%
Methodologies for Feedback
on Performance
Marks for Continuous Assessment will be displayed on the student notice
board before the final exam and grades will be determined after the final
examination.
Criteria in Summative
Assessment
Please refer to the University of Malaya Rules and Regulations (First
Degree) 2010 Handbook.
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approval from the relevant department / division.
Academic Year
Refer to Academic Planner
Semester/Term
Course Code*
KUEU 4141
Course Title*
Medical Imaging
Credit*
3
Medium of Instruction
English
Course Pre-requisite(s)/
Minimum Requirement(s)
None
Main Reference
1. Erich Krestel. Imaging systems for medical diagnostics, Siemens
Aktiengesellschaft 1990.
nd
2. J.T. Bushberg. The essential physics of medical imaging, 2 edition,
William and Wilkins, 1999.
Teaching Materials/
Equipment
Reference books, lecture note, LCD projector
Learning Strategies
Lecture, Tutorial, Assignment, Test, Examination
Student Learning Time
Face to face: 44 hours
Guided learning: 0
Independent learning: 72 hours
(Refer to Student Learning Time form)
Soft Skills
Critical Thinking and Problem Solving (CT1,CT2,CT3)
(Refer to Soft Skills matrix)
Lecturer
Room
Telephone/e-mail
Lecture/Tutorial/Practical
Session:
Day/Time
Venue
Refer to Class Schedule
Important Dates
Test :
Examination :
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TEACHING SCHEDULE
Week
Lecture/Tutorial/Assignment Topic
References/Teaching
Materials/Equipment
1
Atoms and rays
Reference books, Lecture note
2
Vision physiology; quantitative analysis of image quality
Reference books, Lecture note
3
Computers in medical imaging
Reference books, Lecture note
4
X-rays and gamma-rays
Reference books, Lecture note
5
Computed tomography; projection radiography;
Reference books, Lecture note
6
Fluoroscopy; mammography
Reference books, Lecture note
7
Magnetic resonance imaging; ultrasound
Reference books, Lecture note
8
Diagnostic x-ray; x-ray imaging
Reference books, Lecture note
9
Quality control in diagnostics
Reference books, Lecture note
10
Medical nuclear diagnostics
Reference books, Lecture note
11
Sonography; dosimetry
Reference books, Lecture note
12
Biomagnetic diagnostics
Reference books, Lecture note
13
Laser and optoelectronics 1
Reference books, Lecture note
14
Laser and optoelectronics 2
Reference books, Lecture note
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Academy/Faculty/Centre
Engineering
Department
Biomedical Engineering
Programme
Bachelor of Biomedical Engineering
Course Code*
KUEU 4285
Course Title*
Graduation Project II
Course Pre-requisite(s)/
Minimum Requirement(s)
KUEU 4183 Graduation Project I
Student Learning Time
(SLT)*
160
Credit*
4
Learning Outcomes*
At the end of the course, students are able to:
1. Search for relevant information to a research problem.
2. Discriminate the current available methods of solving problem.
3. Work independently or in a group to complete a research project.
4. Conduct appropriate experiments to solve the research problem.
5. Analyze data obtained.
6. Discuss and state logical conclusions from results.
Transferable Skills
Critical thinking, problem solving, project paper presentation
Synopsis of Course
Contents
Student will learn to search for relevant information and discriminate the
current available methods of solving problem. They will experience
working independently or in a group and conducting appropriate
experiments to solve the research problem They will have skills to analyze
data, discuss and state logical conclusions from results.
Method of Delivery (lecture,
tutorial, workshop, etc)
Lecture, Discussion, Demonstration
Assessment Methods*
Continuous Assessment : 100%
Methodologies for Feedback
on Performance
Marks for Continuous Assessment will be displayed on the student notice
board before the final exam and grades will be determined after the final
examination.
Criteria in Summative
Assessment
Please refer to the University of Malaya Rules and Regulations (First
Degree) 2010 Handbook.
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approval from the relevant department / division.
Academic Year
Refer to Academic Planner
Semester/Term
Course Code*
KUEU 4285
Course Title*
Graduation Project II
Credit*
English
Medium of Instruction
4
Course Pre-requisite(s)/
Minimum Requirement(s)
KUEU 4183 Graduation Project I
Main Reference
Not relevant
Teaching Materials/
Equipment
Journals, Lab equipment
Learning Strategies
Refer to Student Learning Time form
Student Learning Time
Face to face: 14 hours
Guided learning: 0 hour
Independent learning: 145 hours
(Refer to Student Learning Time form)
Soft Skills
Communication Skills (CS1,CS2,CS3),
Critical Thinking and Problem Solving (CT1,CT2,CT3)
Life Long Learning and Information Management (LL1,LL2,LL3)
(Refer to Soft Skills matrix)
Lecturer
Room
Telephone/e-mail
Lecture/Tutorial/Practical
Session:
Day/Time
Venue
Refer to Class Schedule
Important Dates
Test :
Examination : None
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Academy/Faculty/Centre
Engineering
Department
Biomedical Engineering
Programme
Bachelor of Biomedical Engineering
Course Code*
KUEU 4324
Course Title*
Advanced Biomaterials
Course Pre-requisite(s)/
Minimum Requirement(s)
KUEU 3147 Biomaterials
Student Learning Time
(SLT)*
80
Credit*
2
Learning Outcomes*
At the end of the course, students are able to:
1. Explain the different types of implant testing.
2. Explain what implant and device failure is.
3. Explain cell-materials interaction.
4. Explain tissue engineering and biomaterials.
5. Relate the current issues of biomaterials.
Transferable Skills
Analysis, problem Solving, Critical Thinking, Communication, Presentation
Synopsis of Course
Contents
Covers the basic of biomaterials which includes their mechanical and
biological properties. Types of testing and sterilisation methods also
included. This course explains types of implant and device failures which
normally occur to an implant and reviews current usage of biomaterials in
different research areas. In addition it raises awareness of the ethical
considerations related to advanced biomaterials.
Method of Delivery (lecture,
tutorial, workshop, etc)
Lecture
Assessment Methods*
Continuous Assessment : 40%
Final Examination : 60%
Methodologies for Feedback
on Performance
Marks for Continuous Assessment will be displayed on the student notice
board before the final exam and grades will be determined after the final
examination.
Criteria in Summative
Assessment
Please refer to the University of Malaya Rules and Regulations (First
Degree) 2010 Handbook.
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COURSE INFORMATION FOR CURRENT
SEMESTER/TERM
IMPORTANT: Contents of this Course Information (Current Semester) should not be changed without the
approval from the relevant department / division.
Academic Year
Refer to Academic Planner
Semester/Term
Course Code*
KUEU 4324
Course Title*
Advanced Biomaterials
Credit*
2
Medium of Instruction
English
Course Pre-requisite(s)/
Minimum Requirement(s)
KUEU 3147 Biomaterials
Main Reference
1..Park JB and Bronzino JD. Biomaterials: Principles and applications.
CRC Press : 2003
2. Ratner, Hoffman, Schoen and Lemons. Biomaterials Science: An
Introduction to Materials in Medicine. Academic Press 1996.
3. Related Journals.
Teaching Materials/
Equipment
Textbook, lecture note, LCD projector
Learning Strategies
Lecture, Assignment, Test, Examination
Student Learning Time
Face to face: 28 hours
Guided learning: 0
Independent learning: 48 hours
(Refer to Student Learning Time form)
Soft Skills
Communication Skills (CS1,CS2,CS3),
Critical Thinking and Problem Solving (CT1,CT2,CT3),
Professional Ethics and Moral (EM1,EM2)
(Refer to Soft Skills matrix)
Lecturer
Room
Telephone/e-mail
Dr. Belinda Murphy
3, Block A, Department of Biomedical Engineering, Faculty of Engineering
03-7967 4491 / [email protected]
Lecture/Tutorial/Practical
Session:
Day/Time
Venue
Refer to Class Schedule
Important Dates
Test :
Examination :
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TEACHING SCHEDULE
Week
Lecture/Tutorial/Assignment Topic
References/Teaching
Materials/Equipment
1
Introduction to the course
Refer to reference lists/ Handout
2
A Review of Basic Biomaterials
Refer to reference lists/ Handout
3
Testing of Biomaterials
Refer to reference lists/ Handout
4
Implant and Device failure and Sterilisation.
Refer to reference lists/ Handout
5
Cell- Material Interactions and Tissue Engineering
Refer to reference lists/ Handout
6
Current Issues
Drug Delivery Systems
Refer to reference lists/ Handout
7
Current Issues
Biomedical Sensor and Biosensor
Refer to reference lists/ Handout
8
Current Issues
Orthopedic Applications
Refer to reference lists/ Handout
9
Current Issues
Biomaterials in Dentistry
Refer to reference lists/ Handout
10
Current Issues
Nanotechnologies
Refer to reference lists/ Handout
11
Current Issues
Biomaterials and Imaging
Refer to reference lists/ Handout
12
Current Issue from Industries
13
Current Issue from Industries
14
Ethical Issues
Refer to reference lists/ Handout
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Academy/Faculty/Centre
Engineering
Department
Biomedical Engineering
Programme
Bachelor of Biomedical Engineering
Course Code*
KUEU 4326
Course Title*
Computers in Biomedical Engineering
Course Pre-requisite(s)/
Minimum Requirement(s)
None
Student Learning Time
(SLT)*
80
Credit*
2
Learning Outcomes*
At the end of the course, students are able to:
1. Explain standards, OSI RM and medical-related standards including
DICOM, HL7, PACS.
2. Explain the common network topologies and network operating
systems.
3. Explain the Internet and its related protocols, including TCP/IP.
4. Apply the use of microcomputers in biomedical engineering
applications.
5. Explain serial and parallel interfacing.
6. Apply knowledge of networking, Internet, and standards to solve
biomedical engineering-related computing problems.
Transferable Skills
Analysis and problem solving
Synopsis of Course
Contents
This subject introduces the characteristics of OSI RM, Common network
topologies, network operating systems, the internet and its protocols
(TCP/IP). The use of microcomputers and programming languages in
biomedical engineering, serial and parallel interface standards in medicine
(DICOM, HL7, PACS) are also included.
Method of Delivery (lecture,
tutorial, workshop, etc)
Lecture
Assessment Methods*
Continuous Assessment : 40%
Final Examination : 60%
Methodologies for Feedback
on Performance
Marks for Continuous Assessment will be displayed on the student notice
board before the final exam and grades will be determined after the final
examination.
Criteria in Summative
Assessment
Please refer to the University of Malaya Rules and Regulations (First
Degree) 2010 Handbook.
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COURSE INFORMATION FOR CURRENT
SEMESTER/TERM
IMPORTANT: Contents of this Course Information (Current Semester) should not be changed without the
approval from the relevant department / division.
Academic Year
Refer to Academic Planner
Semester/Term
Course Code*
KUEU 4326
Course Title*
Computers in Biomedical Engineering
Credit*
3
Medium of Instruction
English
Course Pre-requisite(s)/
Minimum Requirement(s)
None
Main Reference
1. Carr, J. J. & Brown, J. M., ‗Introduction to Biomedical Equipment
Technology‘, Prentice Hall.
2. Cromwell, L., Weibell F. J., Pfeiffer, E. A., ‗Biomedical Instrumentation
nd
and Measurements‘, 2 Edition, Prentice Hall. 1980.
3. William H. Righy, ‗Computer Interfacing and Practical Approach to
DAQ and Control‘.
Teaching Materials/
Equipment
Textbook, lecture note, LCD projector
Learning Strategies
Refer to Student Learning Time form
Student Learning Time
Face to face: 47 hours
Guided learning: 0
Independent learning: 70 hours
(Refer to Student Learning Time form)
Soft Skills
Life Long Learning and Information Management (LL1,LL2)
(Refer to Soft Skills matrix)
Lecturer
Room
Telephone/e-mail
Lecture/Tutorial/Practical
Session:
Day/Time
Venue
Refer to Class Schedule
Important Dates
Test :
Examination :
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TEACHING SCHEDULE
Week
Lecture/Tutorial/Assignment Topic
References/Teaching
Materials/Equipment
1
Introduction to standards and OSI RM
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
2
Physical layers and data link layers (DLL)
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
3
Local area network (LAN)
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
4
Network operating systems and interconnections
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
5
Internet and TCP/IP
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
6
Introduction to microcomputers
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
7
Basic microprocessor programming
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
8
High level programming language
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
9
Serial and parallel communication
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
10
Computers in healthcare technology
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
11
DICOM
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
12
HL7 and telemedicine
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
13
PACS
Reference Books [1][2][3],
Lecture Notes
14
Case study
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
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Academy/Faculty/Centre
Engineering
Department
Biomedical Engineering
Programme
Bachelor of Biomedical Engineering
Course Code*
KUEU 4327
Course Title*
Artificial Intelligence in Biomedical Engineering
Course Pre-requisite(s)/
Minimum Requirement(s)
None
Student Learning Time
(SLT)*
80
Credit*
2
Learning Outcomes*
At the end of the course, students are able to:
1. Explain the concept of artificial intelligence techniques
2. Determine the theories of Artificial Intelligence technique.
3. Apply the AI technique in biomedical engineering applications.
Transferable Skills
Problem solving, critical thinking
Synopsis of Course
Contents
This course is intended to provide fundamental understanding of the
artificial intelligence concepts and its basic applications in Biomedical
Engineering.
Method of Delivery (lecture,
tutorial, workshop, etc)
Lecture
Assessment Methods*
Continuous Assessment : 60%
Final Examination : 40%
Methodologies for Feedback
on Performance
Marks for Continuous Assessment will be displayed on the student notice
board before the final exam and grades will be determined after the final
examination.
Criteria in Summative
Assessment
Please refer to the University of Malaya Rules and Regulations (First
Degree) 2010 Handbook.
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SEMESTER/TERM
IMPORTANT: Contents of this Course Information (Current Semester) should not be changed without the
approval from the relevant department / division.
Academic Year
Refer to Academic Planner
Semester/Term
Course Code*
KUEU 4327
Course Title*
Artificial Intelligence in Biomedical Engineering
Credit*
English
Medium of Instruction
2
Course Pre-requisite(s)/
Minimum Requirement(s)
None
Main Reference
1. Negnevitsky, Michael. Artificial intelligence: a guide to intelligent
systems. Addison-Wesley, 2004.
2. Exsys Corvid Manual Version 1.3
3. Neural Network Toolbox for Use with MATLAB
Teaching Materials/
Equipment
Reference Books, Lecture Notes
Learning Strategies
Refer to Student Learning Time form
Student Learning Time
Face to face: 28 hours
Guided learning:0hours
Independent learning:48 hours
(Refer to Student Learning Time form)
Soft Skills
Critical Thinking and Problem Solving (CT1, CT2, CT3)
(Refer to Soft Skills matrix)
Lecturer
Room
Telephone/e-mail
Lecture/Tutorial/Practical
Session:
Day/Time
Venue
Refer to Class Schedule
Important Dates
Test :
Examination : Refer to Examination Schedule
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SEMESTER/TERM
TEACHING SCHEDULE
Week
Lecture/Tutorial/Assignment Topic
References/Teaching
Materials/Equipment
1
Introduction to Artificial Intelligence
Negnevitsky, M,
2
Fundamentals of Expert System
Negnevitsky, M,
3
Fundamentals of Rule-Based Expert System
Negnevitsky, M,
4
Hand on Expert system programming (1)
Lecturer note
5
Hand on Expert system programming (2)
Lecturer note
6
Fundamentals of Artificial Neural Network (ANN) (1)
Negnevitsky, M,
7
Fundamentals of Artificial Neural Network (2)
Negnevitsky, M,
8
Hand on Neural network programming
Neural network(NN) toolbox:Supervised learning
- Introduction to Matlab
- Matlab overview
NN Toolbox for use with MATLAB
9
Lab session on Matlab‘s neural network toolbox
NN Toolbox for use with MATLAB
10
Lab session on Matlab‘s neural network toolbox
NN Toolbox for use with MATLAB
11
Lab session
NN Toolbox for use with MATLAB
12
Image processing (1)
NN Toolbox for use with MATLAB
13
Image processing (2)
NN Toolbox for use with MATLAB
14
Image processing (3)
NN Toolbox for use with MATLAB
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Academy/Faculty/Centre
Engineering
Department
Biomedical Engineering
Programme
Bachelor of Biomedical Engineering
Course Code*
KUEU 4328
Course Title*
Prosthetics and Orthotics
Course Pre-requisite(s)/
Minimum Requirement(s)
None
Student Learning Time
(SLT)*
80
Credit*
2
Learning Outcomes*
At the end of the course, students are able to:
1. Apply biomechanics principles for transitibial prosthetics,trans-femoral
prosthetics and orthotics application.
2. Identify and distinguish the socket types and design philosophies.
3. Explain the design and biomechanical consideration in wheelchair.
4. Determine the concept of Functional Electrical Stimulation including
stimulation parameters.
Transferable Skills
Analysis and problem solving
Synopsis of Course
Contents
Apply biomechanics principles for transitibial prosthetics, trans-femoral
prosthetics and orthotics. Socket types and design philosophies. Design
and biomechanical consideration in wheelchair. Concept of Functional
Electrical Stimulation including stimulation parameters.
Method of Delivery (lecture,
tutorial, workshop, etc)
Lecture
Assessment Methods*
Continuous Assessment : 60%
Final Examination : 40%
Methodologies for Feedback
on Performance
Marks for Continuous Assessment will be displayed on the student notice
board before the final exam and grades will be determined after the final
examination.
Criteria in Summative
Assessment
Please refer to the University of Malaya Rules and Regulations (First
Degree) 2010 Handbook.
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SEMESTER/TERM
IMPORTANT: Contents of this Course Information (Current Semester) should not be changed without the
approval from the relevant department / division.
Academic Year
Refer to Academic Planner
Semester/Term
Course Code*
KUEU 4328
Course Title*
Prosthetics and Orthotics
Credit*
2
Medium of Instruction
English
Course Pre-requisite(s)/
Minimum Requirement(s)
None
Main Reference
Prosthetics and Orthotics Practice. Edited by George Murdoch; Edward
Arnold (Publishers)Ltd. London
Teaching Materials/
Equipment
Textbook, lecture note, LCD projector
Learning Strategies
Refer to Student Learning Time form
Student Learning Time
Face to face: 28 hours
Guided learning: 0
Independent learning: 48 hours
(Refer to Student Learning Time form)
Soft Skills
Critical Thinking and Problem Solving (CT1,CT2,CT3),
Professional Ethics and Moral (EM1,EM2)
(Refer to Soft Skills matrix)
Lecturer
Room
Telephone/e-mail
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Noor Azuan Abu Osman
Level 8, Block L, Engineering Tower, Faculty of Engineering
03-7967 6852 / [email protected]
Lecture/Tutorial/Practical
Session:
Day/Time
Venue
Refer to Class Schedule
Important Dates
Test :
Examination :
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SEMESTER/TERM
TEACHING SCHEDULE
Week
Lecture/Tutorial/Assignment Topic
References/Teaching
Materials/Equipment
1
Introduction to Prosthetics and Orthotics.
Textbook, lecture notes
2
Prosthetics: Philosophies. Factors in level selection.
Indications for amputations.
Textbook, lecture notes
3
Transtibial prosthetics. Socket types. Advantage and
disadvantages. Medio-lateral, Anterior-posterior force
diagrams and biomechanics of trans-tibial prosthesis.
Textbook, lecture notes
4
Transfemoral prosthetics. Alignment parameters.
Biomechanics of trans-femoral prosthesis.
Textbook, lecture notes
5
Prosthetics feet and ankle. Types. Prosthetic knee
mechanism. (swing and stance phase). Prosthetic gait
analysis.
Textbook, lecture notes
6
Orthotics: Principles of Bracing. Materials used in Orthotics.
Textbook, lecture notes
7
Orthotics: Principles of Bracing. Materials used in Orthotics.
Textbook, lecture notes
8
Clinical conditions which may be served by orthotic
devices. Spasticity and Paralysis. Lower limb
orthoses.Upper limb orthoses.
Textbook, lecture notes
9
Principles, functions and requirements. Scoliosis: Cobb
angle.
Textbook, lecture notes
10
Wheelchair: Clasification. Forces and Power acting on the
wheelchair
Textbook, lecture notes
11
User/Chair interface. Rolling resistance.
Textbook, lecture notes
12
Propulsion Efficiency. Pitch axis control. Wheelie
performance.
Textbook, lecture notes
13
Introduction and background of Functional Electrical
Stimulation. Physiological aspects. Technical aspects.
Textbook, lecture notes
14
Stimulator design. Hybrid Orthoses. Control mechanisms in
FES systems and Optimisation of Stimulation Parameters.
Textbook, lecture notes
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Academy/Faculty/Centre
Engineering
Department
Biomedical Engineering
Programme
Bachelor of Biomedical Engineering
Course Code*
KUEU4330
Course Title*
Tissue Engineering
Course Pre-requisite(s)/
Minimum Requirement(s)
None
Student Learning Time
(SLT)*
80
Credit*
2
Learning Outcomes*
At the end of the course, students are able to:
1. Define Tissue Engineering as a strategy
2. Determine appropriate sources for cells & scaffold materials for
different situations
3. Explain some basic biological function
4. Describe the function and requirements of bioreactor systems
5. Distinguish different Tissue Engineering Strategies
Transferable Skills
Analysis, problem solving, critical thinking, communication, presentation
Synopsis of Course
Contents
Covers the basic principles of Tissue Engineering focused upon the
combination of cells, scaffolds and appropriate stimulation. Reviews
current strategies and usage of Tissue Engineering, their advantages and
disadvantages and success rates. Raises awareness of regulatory affairs
and ethical considerations in Tissue Engineering.
Method of Delivery (lecture,
tutorial, workshop, etc)
Lecture
Assessment Methods*
Continuous Assessment : 40%
Final Examination 60%
Methodologies for Feedback
on Performance
Marks for Continuous Assessment will be displayed on the student notice
board before the final exam and grades will be determined after the final
examination.
Criteria in Summative
Assessment
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SEMESTER/TERM
IMPORTANT: Contents of this Course Information (Current Semester) should not be changed without the
approval from the relevant department / division.
Academic Year
Refer to Academic Planner
Semester/Term
Course Code*
KUEU 4330
Course Title*
Tissue Engineering
Credit*
2
Medium of Instruction
English
Course Pre-requisite(s)/
Minimum Requirement(s)
None
Main Reference
1. Freshney RI. Culture of Animal Cells: A Manual of Basis
Techniques.USA: Wiley-Liss, 2000.
2. Atala A, Lanza RP. Methods of Tissue Engineering. San
Diego,California: Academic Press, 2002.
3. Lanza RP, Langer R, Vacanti J. Principles of Tissue Engineering. San
Diego, California: Academic Press, 2000.
Teaching Materials/
Equipment
Textbook, lecture note, LCD projector
Learning Strategies
Lecture, Assignment, Test, Examination
Student Learning Time
80 hours
Face to face: 28 hours
Guided learning: 0
Independent learning: 48 hours
(Refer to Student Learning Time form)
Soft Skills
Communication Skills (CS1, CS2, CS3),
Professional Ethics and Moral (EM1,EM2)
(Refer to Soft Skills matrix)
Lecturer
Room
Telephone/e-mail
Dr. Belinda Murphy
A1-3-3, Block A, Department of Biomedical Engineering, Faculty of
Engineering
03-7967 4491 / [email protected]
Lecture/Tutorial/Practical
Session:
Day/Time
Venue
Refer to Class Schedule
Important Dates
Test :
Examination :
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SEMESTER/TERM
TEACHING SCHEDULE
References/Teaching
Materials/Equipment
Week
Lecture/Tutorial/Assignment Topic
1
Introduction to Tissue Engineering
Journals, Recommended Books
and Printouts
2
Cells source for Tissue Engineering
Journals, Recommended Books
and Printouts
3
Cell Biology
Journals, Recommended Books
and Printouts
4
Biomaterial (Natural and Synthetic)
Journals, Recommended Books
and Printouts
5
Biomaterial (Cell – Material Interactions)
Journals, Recommended Books
and Printouts
6
Bioreactors
Journals, Recommended Books
and Printouts
7
Cell Culture
8
The Structural Tissues
Printouts
9
Tissue Engineering Strategies
Journals
10
Tissue Engineering Strategies
Journals
11
Tissue Engineering Strategies
Journals
12
Tissue Engineering Strategies
Journals
13
Tissue Engineering Strategies
Journals
14
Ethics and Morality of Tissue Engineering
Discussions
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Academy/Faculty/Centre
Engineering
Department
Biomedical Engineering
Programme
Bachelor of Biomedical Engineering
Course Code*
KUEU 4333
Course Title*
Introduction to Biomechatronics
Course Pre-requisite(s)/
Minimum Requirement(s)
None.
Student Learning Time
(SLT)*
80
Face to face: 28
Independent learning: 48
Test and Exam: 4
2
Credit*
Learning Outcomes*
At the end of the course, students are able to:
1. Explain basic concept of the general workings of a
biomechatronics device.
2. Apply specialized engineering skills to analyze the
performance of a biomechatronics device.
3. Describe the operational principles of implanted and
attachable biomechatronics sensors used to monitor or
stimulate physiological processes.
4. Evaluate different forms of biofeedback for diagnostics and
rehabilitation.
Transferable Skills
Critical thinking, problem solving, lifelong learning
Synopsis of Course
Contents
This course basically discusses biomechatronics and its applications. The
first part of the course covers the understanding of the general working
components of a biomechatronics system, including sensors and
transducers, signal processing, actuators and mechanical systems.
Second part of the course describes major fields of biomechatronics
applications, includingactive and passive prosthetic limbs and joints,
hearing and visual prosthesis, sensory substitution, artificial heart and
respiration system and robotic surgery.
Method of Delivery (lecture,
tutorial, workshop, etc)
Lecture, tutorials, group work
Assessment Methods*
Continuous Assessment: 60%
Final Exam: 40%
Methodologies for Feedback
on Performance
Marks for Continuous Assessment will be displayed on the student notice
board before the final exam and grades will be determined after the final
examination.
Criteria in Summative
Assessment
Please refer to the University of Malaya Rules and Regulations (First
Degree) 2010 Handbook.
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COURSE INFORMATION FOR CURRENT
SEMESTER/TERM
IMPORTANT: Contents of this Course Information (Current Semester) should not be changed without the
approval from the relevant department / division.
Academic Year
Refer to Academic Planner
Semester/Term
Sem 2, Year 4
Course Code*
KUEU 4333
Course Title*
Biomechatronics
Credit*
2
Medium of Instruction
English
Course Pre-requisite(s)/
Minimum Requirement(s)
None
Main Reference
Biomechatronics in Medicine and Health Care, Raymond Tong (Ed), Pan
Stanford Publishing, 2011.
Teaching Materials/
Equipment
Lecture notes, LCD projector, powerpoint
Learning Strategies
Lectures, Assignment, Test, Examination
Student Learning Time
Face to face: 28 hours
Guided learning: 0
Independent learning: 48 hours
(Refer to Student Learning Time form)
Soft Skills
Critical Thinking and Problem Solving (CT1,CT2,CT3)
Lecturer
Room
Telephone/e-mail
Nur Azah Hamzaid
A1-3-5, Block A, Department of Biomedical Engineering, Faculty of
Engineering
03-7967 4487 / [email protected]
Lecture/Tutorial/Practical
Session:
Day/Time
Venue
Refer to departmental schedule
Important Dates
Test :
Examination :
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SEMESTER/TERM
TEACHING SCHEDULE
References/Teaching
Materials/Equipment
Week
Lecture/Tutorial/Assignment Topic
1
Introduction to Biomechatronics
Lecture notes
2
Sensors, Biosensors and Transducers
Lecture notes
3
Signal Processing & Control
Lecture notes
4
Actuators & Mechanical Systems
Lecture notes
5
Passive and Active Lower Limb Prosthetics
Lecture notes
6
Passive and Active Lower Limb Orthotics
Lecture notes
7
Passive and Active Upper Limb Prosthetics & Orthotics
Lecture notes
8
Rehabilitation Robotics
Lecture notes
9
Sensory substitution
Lecture notes
10
Vision / Sight substitution
Lecture notes
11
Hearing Prosthesis
Lecture notes
12
Electrocardiology & Heart Replacement
Lecture notes
13
Medical Robotics & Robotic Surgery
Lecture notes
14
Biomechatronics System Design
Lecture notes
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Academy/Faculty/Centre
Engineering
Department
Biomedical Engineering
Programme
Bachelor of Biomedical Engineering
Course Code*
KUEU 4332
Course Title*
Computational Modelling in Biomedical Engineering
Course Pre-requisite(s)/
Minimum Requirement(s)
None
Student Learning Time
(SLT)*
80
2
Credit*
Learning Outcomes*
At the end of the course, students are able to:
1. Understand systems of ODEs and their application to modelling
biological systems.
2. Apply PDEs solving skills and finite-element software.
3. Synthesize a range of bioengineering models.
4. Synthesize complex shape reconstruction and modelling.
Transferable Skills
Analysis & critical thinking & problem solving.
Synopsis of Course
Contents
This course discusses computational modelling of biomedical systems,
focusing on practical aspects of implementing and solving a broad range
of models commonly used in bioengineering. Areas to be covered include
systems of ordinary differential equations, partial differential equations and
their solution using finite-difference and finite-elements techniques,
electrical stimulation of excitable tissues, diffusion models, solid and fluid
biomechanics, multiphysics modelling and surface representation of
anatomical structures. Cardiovascular and respiration computational
models and control, as well as methods and tools used for identification of
physiologic systems will also be covered.
Method of Delivery (lecture,
tutorial, workshop, etc)
Lectures, tutorial.
Assessment Methods*
Continuous Assessment : 60%
Final Examination : 40%
Methodologies for Feedback
on Performance
Marks for Continuous Assessment will be displayed on the student notice
board before the final exam and grades will be determined after the final
examination.
Criteria in Summative
Assessment
Please refer to the University of Malaya Rules and Regulations (First
Degree) 2010Handbook.
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SEMESTER/TERM
IMPORTANT: Contents of this Course Information (Current Semester) should not be changed without the
approval from the relevant department / division.
Academic Year
Refer to Academic Planner
Semester/Term
Course Code*
KUEU 4332
Course Title*
Computational Modelling in Biomedical Engineering
Credit*
2
Medium of Instruction
English
Course Pre-requisite(s)/
Minimum Requirement(s)
None
Main Reference
The Nature of Mathematical Modeling, by N. Gershenfeld (Cambridge University
Press, 1999) [ISBN-13: 978-0521570954].
Mathematical and Computer Modelling of Physiological Systems, by Vincent C.
Rideout (Prentice Hall, 1991) [ISBN-13: 978-0135633540].
APPLIED MATHEMATICAL MODELS IN HUMAN PHYSIOLOGY, BY JOHNNY T.
OTTESEN, METTE S. OLUFSEN, JESPER K. LARSEN (2004) [ISBN-13: 978-0-89871539-2].
Teaching Materials/
Equipment
Textbook, lecture note, LCD projector, computer
Learning Strategies
Lecture, Assignment, Test, Examination
Student Learning Time
Face to face: 28 hours
Guided learning: 0
Independent learning: 48 hours
(Refer to Student Learning Time form)
Soft Skills
Critical Thinking and Problem Solving (CT1,CT2,CT3)
(Refer to Soft Skills matrix)
Lecturer
Room
Telephone/e-mail
Lim Einly
A1-3-1, Block A, Department of Biomedical Engineering, Faculty of
Engineering
03-7967 7612 / [email protected]
Lecture/Tutorial/Practical
Session:
Day/Time
Venue
Refer to Class Schedule
Important Dates
Test :
Examination :
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SEMESTER/TERM
TEACHING SCHEDULE
References/Teaching
Materials/Equipment
Week
Lecture/Tutorial/Assignment Topic
1
Introduction to Modelling in Bioengineering
Textbook, lecture notes, computer
2
Systems of ordinary differential equations
Textbook, lecture notes, computer
3
Partial differential equations
Textbook, lecture notes, computer
4
Finite-element method I
Textbook, lecture notes, computer
5
Finite-element method II
Textbook, lecture notes, computer
6
Modelling electrical stimulation of tissue
Textbook, lecture notes, computer
7
Models of diffusion and heat transfer
Textbook, lecture notes, computer
8
Solid mechanics
Textbook, lecture notes, computer
9
Fluid mechanics
Textbook, lecture notes, computer
10
Multiphysics modeling
Textbook, lecture notes, computer
11
Modelling complex shapes and anatomical structures
Textbook, lecture notes, computer
12
Cardiovascular computational models and control
Textbook, lecture notes, computer
13
Respiration computational models and control
Textbook, lecture notes, computer
14
Methods and tools for identification of physiologic
systems
Textbook, lecture notes, computer
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