Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering Technology (Aeronautics) (Hons) is one of the most challenging fields of engineering with a wide scope for growth. This is a multidisciplinary programme where students are equipped with in depth knowledge of Physics and Mathematics, core skills in mechanical engineering with hands-on aircraft maintenance fundamentals to excel and develop as an aircraft maintenance engineer. The program would produce professionals with capacity to invent, to integrate, and to deploy the latest development in Mechanical and Aeronautics Engineering field. During the course students cover core mechanical disciplines including engineering mechanics, thermodynamics and control system while developing skills in project management and public speaking. Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering Technology (Aeronautics) (Honors), Lincoln University College prepare students to be an industry-ready professional engineer capable of applying the principles of technology and science to the design, production and operation of systems, devices and machinery.
Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering Technology (Aeronautics) (Hons) aims to equipped engineering graduates with enhanced knowledge of physics and materials science along with aeronautical engineering to play a leading professional roles in industry and public service
The aims of this programme are:
•To train the students to meet the ever increasing current industrial demand by providing technical knowledge regarding the principles underlying Mechanical Engineering and Aeronautics.
•To Develop expertise in planning, designing, constructing, supervising and managerial skills this is essential for the infrastructure of the modern technological communities.
•To Foster the development of personal qualities and professional competencies required to progress to evaluation as a Mechanical Engineer.
•To provide a relevant and useful programme, that can meet the needs of the individual, containing both theoretical and practical subjects within the broad areas of flight dynamics, structures, aerodynamics, materials, sustainable aviation and aerospace-related systems.
•To equip graduates with a detailed knowledge of advanced methods in aeronautical engineering, including theoretical foundations, computational and experimental methods and engineering applications.
Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering Technology (Aeronautics) (Hons) is focused on delivering Mechanical and Aeronautics engineering expertise with a clear focus on the needs of industry and producing graduates who are able to design, operate and manage Mechanical equipments and who can provide leadership in innovation, research and technology transfer. However, being based on a mechanical engineering degree, graduates will retain flexibility in the choice of many industrial sectors including energy engineering, manufacturing, design consultancy, materials processing, and aviation maintenance.
Some careers that graduates can attain once they complete the course are:
Minimum Duration : 48 Months.
Maximum Duration : 72 Months.
|Sl.No.||MQA Subject Code||Subject Name||Credits|
|1||MPU 3113||Islamic Civilization and Asian Civilization(TITAS) (Local students)||3|
|2||MPU 3163||Malay Communication (International students)||3|
|4||BEL 1003||English 1||3|
|5||MPU 3123||Ethnic Relations (Local students)||3|
|6||MPU 3173||Malaysian Studies (International students)||3|
|7||BEE 6013||Engineering Mathematics 1||3|
|8||BME 1123||Computer Aided Design (CAD)||3|
|9||BMA 1213||Computer Programming||3|
|10||BME 1223||Engineering Mechanics||3|
|11||MPU 3232||Leadership Skills and Human Relations||2|
|12||BEE 1233||Fluid Mechanics||3|
|13||BME 1323||Mechanics of Materials||3|
|14||BME 1313||Engineering Drawing||3|
|15||BME 1333||Engineering Laboratory Year 1||3|
|16||BEE 6013||Measurement and Instrumentation||3|
|17||BME 2233||Circuit Theory||3|
|18||BEE 2133||Probability and Statistics||3|
|19||BME 2143||Computer Aided Design (CAD) 2||3|
|20||BEL 3003||Public Speaking||3|
|21||MPU 3342||Malaysian Government and Public Policy||2|
|22||BEE 6053||Engineering Mathematics 2||3|
|23||BEE 2223||Control System||3|
|25||BEE 6163||Digital electronics||3|
|26||MPU 3452||Community Service||2|
|27||BEL 2003||English 2||3|
|28||BME 2253||Engineering Materials and Manufacturing Processes||3|
|29||BME 2323||Engineering Laboratory Year 2||3|
|30||BME 3113||Machine Design||3|
|31||BME 3123||Mechanics of Machines 1||3|
|32||BME 4133||Finite Element Analysis||3|
|34||BME 3143||Engineering Thermodynamics and Heat Transfer||3|
|35||BMA 3223||Helicopter dynamics||3|
|36||BMA 3233||Aircraft systems||3|
|37||BEE 3323||Quality management||3|
|38||BMA 3213||Aircraft Structural Mechanics||3|
|39||BEE 4213||Entrepreneurship Development||3|
|40||BEE 3213||Project Management||3|
|41||BME 3213||Renewable Energy Processes||3|
|42||BME 3223||Human Factors in Design||3|
|43||BEE 2213||Electrical Machine||3|
|44||BMA 3313||Aircraft Design||3|
|45||BMA 3323||Flight Mechanics||3|
|46||BME 4113||Mechanical System Design||3|
|47||BME 3318||Industrial Training||6|
|48||BME 4143||Mechanics of Machines 2||3|
|49||BMA 4223||Engineering Design Optimization||3|
|50||BME 4153||Final Year Project 1||4|
|51||BMA 4243||Aircraft Propulsion||3|
|52||BME 3263||Engineering Laboratory Year 3||3|
|53||BME 4223||Final Year Project 2||4|
|54||BME 4243||Engineering Laboratory Year 4||3|
Intake and Entry Requirements
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