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- To produce software engineers capable of fulfilling the professional demands in highly competitive global market with confidence, outstanding ethical and moral values.
Programme Educational Objectives (PEOs)
- Graduates with good level of knowledge and competency skills will be employed or self-employed in relevant software engineering fields; and with appropriate attitudes will enable them to have successful careers.
- Graduates will acquire abilities for effective communication, collaborative working in diverse teams, and continual development through professional involvement.
- Graduates will pursue lifelong learning in order to contribute to the advancement of information technology and computer science professions and related contemporary issues.
Programme Learning Outcomes (PLOs)
Upon completion of this programme, students should be able:
- Apply knowledge and understanding of essential facts, concepts, principles, skills, and theories relating to Software Engineering, and
- Apply theoretical principles of Software Engineering in relevant areas, and
- Demonstrate appropriate methodologies, models, techniques that provide a basis for analysis, design, development, test and implementation, evaluation, maintenance, and documentation of a large-scale software system, and
- Use relevant techniques and demonstrate analytical and critical thinking skills in problem solving, and
- Conduct professional and ethical responsibilities in accordance with ethical and legal principles, and
- Function effectively both as individuals and in a group in the capacity of a leader or a team member, and
- Apply broad business and real world perspectives daily and demonstrate entrepreneurship skills related to software engineering practice, and
- Communicate effectively with the software system development community and with the society at large, and
- Apply skills and principles of lifelong learning in both academic and career development.
Programme Structure and Synopsis
i. A pass in Matriculation or Foundation studies with minimum CGPA of 2.00 or a pass in STPM with minimum Grade C (GP 2.00) in any 2 subjects and a credit in the following subject(s) at SPM level:
a) Additional Mathematics; OR
b) Mathematics and one of the subjects in Science, Technology or Engineering.
Note: Candidates in category i b) are required to take reinforced Mathematics subject(s) with topics that are related to the areas of Computer Science at the early stage of the programme.
The students must pass the reinforced Mathematics subject(s) as part of the prerequisite for related core subjects. Nevertheless, the requirement should not prevent the student from taking core and non-core subjects that do not need reinforced Mathematics subject(s) as the prerequisite.
Credits in the reinforced Mathematics subject(s) can be treated as additional credits to the core subjects, and the credits can be considered as part of the graduating credits.
The reinforced Mathematics subject(s) can be exempted if the Matriculation or Foundation programmes offered equivalent Mathematics subjects to Additional Mathematics at SPM level.
ii. A pass in STPM in Science Stream with a minimum Grade C (GP 2.00) in a Mathematics subject and a Science/ICT subject;
iii. A Diploma in Computer Science OR Software Engineering OR Information Technology OR Information Systems or equivalent with a minimum CGPA of 2.50;
iv. Any other Diploma in science and technology with a minimum CGPA of 2.50.
Note: Candidates for category iii and iv with CGPA below 2.50 but above 2.00 may be admitted subject to a rigorous internal assessment process.
Tuition Fees (subject to change)
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