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Prospectus for Undergraduate Bachelor of Biomedical Engineering Session 2010/2011

Contents                  UM : Mission Statement, Vision Statement and Core Values Faculty of Engineering : Mission Statement, Vision Statement, Student and Academic Programmes Message from the Dean, Faculty of Engineering Administration Organisation Chart Faculty of Engineering Administrative Staff Academic Schedule for the 2010/2011 Academic Year Prohibition Against Plagiarism The Engineering Library Brief Profile of the Department Introduction of Outcome Based Education (OBE) Programme Educational Objective and Programme Outcome Academic Staff Support Staff Curriculum Structure Academic Planner Requirement for Graduation 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           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       Continue to produce highly competent and skilled individuals with leadership qualities and good interpersonal skills. Contribute to nation-building by producing good citizens who respect universal human values. Have students of diverse backgrounds who respect and internalise diversity. Inculcate of social awareness and obligation values. Develop students to have an international outlook and outreach. Develop students to become highly competent engineers capable of identifying , formulating, and solving problems in a creative and innovative manner.

ACADEMIC PROGRAMMES     Ensure academic programmes are relevant, current, innovative and internationally recognised to meet national and global needs. Continously develop academic programmes that inspire and tap students’ potential. Ensure academic programmes are accredited by local and international engineering professional bodies. 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

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Mohd Hamdi Abd Shukor Tel: 03-79675200 E-mail: [email protected]

Deputy Dean (Academic)

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Prof. Ir. Dr. Mohd Zamin Jumaat Tel: 03-79675201 E-mail: [email protected]

Deputy Dean (Research and Postgraduate Studies)

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Prof. Dr. Masjuki Hj Hassan Tel: 03-79674477/79674478 E-mail: [email protected]

Deputy Dean (Development)

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Assoc. Prof. Ir. Dr. Hew Wooi Ping Tel: 03-79675202 E-mail: [email protected]

Principal Assistant Registrar

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Mrs. Mariam Mohd Ali Tel: 03-79675356/7638 E-mail: [email protected]

Assistant Registrar (Postgraduate Studies)

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Mrs. Che Mazni Sidek Tel: 03-79674482 E-mail: [email protected]

Assistant Registrar (Undergraduate Studies)

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Mr. Yan Mohd Nor Alif Mohamad Noh Tel: 03-79677636 E-mail: [email protected]

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ACADEMIC SCHEDULE SESSION 2010/2011 FACULTY OF ENGINEERING

SEMESTER I, SESSION 2010/2011 Induction Week Lectures Mid-Semester Break/Special Break Lectures Revision Special Semester Break Semester I Examination Semester I Break 1 Week 8 Weeks 2 Week* 6 Weeks 1 Week** 2 Week*** 3 Week 3 Weeks**** 26 Weeks SEMESTER II, SESSION 2010/2011 Lectures Mid-Semester II Break Lecturers Revision Semester II Examination 4 Weeks 1 Week+ 10 Weeks 1 Week 3 Weeks 19 Weeks SESSION BREAK / SPECIAL SEMESTER Session Break Lecturers & Examination 10 Weeks Or 8 Weeks 14.05.2011 – 24.07.2011 30.05.2010 – 24.07.2011 03.01.2011 29.01.2011 07.02.2011 16.04.2011 25.04.2011 – – – – – 28.01.2011 06.02.2011 15.04.2011 24.04.2011 13.05.2011 04.07.2010 12.07.2010 04.09.2010 20.09.2010 30.10.2010 08.11.2010 22.11.2010 11.12.2010 – – – – – – – – 11.07.2010 03.09.2010 19.09.2010 29.10.2010 07.11.2010 21.11.2010 10.12.2010 02.01.2011

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Aidilfitri Public Holiday ( 10 & 11 September 2010) Deepavali Public Holiday (5 Nov 2010) Aidil Adha Public Holiday (17 Nov 2010) Chrismas Public Holiday (25 Dec 2010) Chinese New Year Public Holiday ( 3 & 4 Feb 2011)

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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 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.

(b)

(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; 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; 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; 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; 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; 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; 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 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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(b)

(c)

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(e)

(f)

(g) (h)

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

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Renewal of reading materials can be done through the internet (Pendeta Web PAC) according to the rules and regulations. 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 Friday 8:30 am - 5.30 pm 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. Zahril Shahida Ahmad Email : [email protected] Library Staff Mr. Menan Aman Mrs. Hamisah Hamidi Address Perpustakaan Kejuruteraan Universiti Malaya 50603 Lembah Pantai Kuala Lumpur Tel. : 03-7967 4591 Fax : 03-7967 5259

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BRIEF PROFILE 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 course is provided 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 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 OF 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 POE 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 biomedical engineering 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 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. PO9)

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SUB PROGRAMME OUTCOMES (SubPO) PO1) Ability to acquire and apply knowledge in engineering fundamentals. i) Acquire knowledge a) Ability to apply various techniques of searching for information. (E.g. Library, internet and other sources) (Year 1) b) Ability to describe the information that is acquired (i.e. read, understand, and then finally describe it) (Year 2). Apply knowledge a) Ability to apply engineering fundamentals to analyze and solve engineering problems (e.g. Use continuity equation to describe blood flow) (Year 3 & 4).

ii)

PO2)

Ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as to acquire, analyze, interpret and report experimental data. i) Conduct experiment a) Ability to carry out experiment properly (can set up the experiment and take measurements the right way) after demonstration / explanation from staff members. (Year 1) b) Ability to carry out experiment properly after reading the lab sheets. (E.g. Lab sheets with complete experimental protocol are given. Students have to read and understand and then carry out the experiment with minimal supervision) (Year 2 & 3) Design experiment a) Ability to design and carry out an experiment preferably with some experimental protocol in the lab sheet with some guidance from staff members. (E.g. Lab sheets with general experimental protocol (not detail) is given. Students have to think what extra precautions and data is required with some guidance from staff members) (Year 4, sem 1) b) Ability to design and carry out experiment to test out a hypothesis using available equipments. (E.g. A hypothesis is given to the student. They have to design what experiment to carry out to prove the hypotheses. Have to read the manual on how to handle the equipments and set up the equipment on their own. Must know what data to collect and decide and justify the best methods to process it) (Year 4, sem 2) Acquire data a) Ability to use the proper tools and methods to acquire data. (E.g. Know how to handle lab equipments such as multi-meters, oscilloscopes(analog/digital), power supplies, function generators and data acquisition card; caliper; microscopes; stethoscope and blood pressure monitor) (Level 1) Ability to use the proper tools and methods to acquire data. (E.g. Know how to handle lab equipments such as multi-meters, oscilloscopes(analog/digital), power supplies, function generators and data acquisition card; caliper; microscopes; micrometer, stethoscope and blood pressure monitor) (Year 1) Analyze data a) Ability to use the proper tools and methods to analyse data. (E.g. Know how to use spreadsheet programs (formulae as well as graphing tools)) (Year 1) Interpret data a) Ability to interpret and discuss processed data (e.g. why does it follow or deviate from theory) (Year 2) Report data a) Ability to write a lab report using the proper format. (Year 1) b) Ability to present the data in a clear and concise manner (e.g. by the proper usage of tables & illustrations to portray results) (Year 2 to 4) 16

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vi)

PO3)

Ability to design biomedical engineering systems, components or processes to meet desired needs to provide for sustainable development. a) b) c) d) Ability to explain different approaches used to design an engineering solution to meet desired needs. (Year 2) Ability to design an engineering solution to solve a small portion of a problem. (e.g. study reaction forces on the foot to correct gait deformities) (Year 3) Ability to design an engineering solution to solve an actual engineering problem. (e.g. develop new bed sheets to solve pressure sores problems) (Year 4) Ability to state the needs of sustainable development (e.g. use of proper methods in the disposal of chemical and clinical waste.) (Year 1)

PO4)

Ability to identify and solve biomedical engineering problems. i) Identify problem a) Ability to identify and describe an engineering system, component and process. (e.g. the friction acting in a belt drive system)(Year 1) b) Ability to identify the engineering problems. (e.g. corrosion of metallic implants)(Year 2) Solve engineering problems a) Ability to come up with engineering solutions to the problems. (e.g. warming blanket for hypothermic patients) (Year 3) b) Ability to validate and verify the solutions. (e.g. design sensor to detect respiratory rate and confirm that the rate detected by the sensor is correct to human body) (Year 4)

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PO5)

Ability to use the techniques, skills, and current engineering tools necessary for biomedical engineering practice a) b) Ability to identify the different types of current engineering tools in use. (e.g. a reaction board to measure reactive forces of the support) (Year 1) Ability to use the tools during engineering practice. (e.g. use mechanical testing machine to measure mechanical properties of materials)(Year 1)

PO6)

Ability to communicate effectively, not only with engineers but also with the community at large. i) General theory a) Ability to describe the effective methods to communicate. (E.g. Convey information through presentation, discuss an idea, use of technology for presentation, communicate with the community at large, wear proper attire during presentation) (Year 1) Personal communication (One to one or small group) a) Ability to build rapport. (E.g. through praise, humour, common interest, etc.) (Year 2) b) Ability to listen actively and give feedbacks to indicate understanding. (Year 2) c) Ability to negotiate to create win-win situations. (Year 3) d) Ability to write professional memos or reports. (Year 3) e) Ability to read body language. (Year 3) f) Ability to use appropriate body language. (Year 3) Presentation (Speaking to public) a) Ability to do a presentation in front of a crowd. (E.g. just stand in front of the class and present) (Year 1) b) Ability to come up with intelligent replies in Q&A session during a 17

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presentation. (Year 3) Ability to present an idea to audience with varying backgrounds. (E.g. presenting an electrical concept to a doctor) (Year 4)

PO7) Ability to function effectively as a leader with management and entrepreneurship skills as well as an active member in a multi-disciplinary team. i) General theory a) Ability to state the roles of an effective team member or leader. (E.g. How to follow and how to lead) (Year 1) b) Ability to adopt the methods and strategies to develop a healthy working relationship.(e.g. convey the praise from a third party; express appreciation to team members) (Year 1) c) Ability to perform a task with proper procedures and schedules. (Year 1) d) Ability to appreciate the commercial value and economic potential of an engineering project. (Year 1) Team work a) Ability to act as a leader in carrying out a group assignment. (e.g. act as the coordinator for the group assignment) (Year 1) b) Ability to plan tasks effectively. (e.g. Identify the tasks involved, plan the timing of the task, plan the work involved for each task and distribute tasks fairly among members). (Year 2) c) Ability to resolve conflicts. (e.g. organize brain storming session to resolve dispute between group members) (Year 2) d) Ability to synergize with team members from different backgrounds.(e.g. Ethnic, professional and educational). (Year 2) e) Ability to inspire team members. (Year 3) f) Ability to accept collective responsibility to any decision made (e.g. defend group decision when questioned by lecturers) (Year 3)

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PO8)

Ability to apply thinking skills in solving problems. i) General theory a) Ability to identify the different types of thinking methods as well as the techniques to apply them. (E.g. Critical thinking, creative thinking, parallel thinking, lateral thinking) (Year 1) Application a) Ability to apply thinking skills in solving simple engineering problems. (Solving a small part of a problem with lecturers asking questions to guide their thoughts.) (Year 2) b) Ability to apply thinking skills in solving moderate engineering problems. (Solving a small part of a problem with minimal guidance from the lecturers.) (Year 3) c) Ability to apply thinking skills in solving complex engineering problems. (Solving a complete problem by stating all the possible solutions and justifications for their solution of choice, without any guidance from the lecturers.) (Year 4)

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PO9)

Understanding of and commitment to biomedical engineering professional and ethical responsibilities. i) ii) iii) Ability to state the ethical responsibilities of an engineer. (e.g. consent from human subjects for experiments) (Year 1) Ability to explain the importance of ethical responsibilities and to give examples of negative effects due to lack of ethics. (e.g. report correctly the measurements made)(Year 1) Ability to state the pros and cons of different courses of action. (Year 2) 18

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Ability to justify decisions made in solving ethical problems. (Year 2)

PO10) Understanding of the social, cultural, and environmental responsibilities (local and global) of a professional biomedical engineer. i) ii) Ability to describe the current social, cultural, and environmental scenarios with respect to the biomedical engineering industry. (e.g. the use of porcine-based research materials in Muslim community) (Year 2) Ability to analyze a biomedical engineering problem, and propose the solution that fulfills the social, cultural and environmental responsibilities of a biomedical engineer. (e.g. the use of biohybrid system to replace a defective heart valve) (Year 3)

PO11) Understanding of the need to undertake lifelong learning and possessing the ability to do so. i) Understanding the need to undertake lifelong learning a) Ability to state the importance of lifelong learning to our individual needs from the professional (increase income and marketability) as well as the psychological perspectives. (This fulfills human basic desire to learn new things) (e.g. reading scientific journals to enhance knowledge) (Year 1) Possessing the ability to do so b) Ability to search for relevant information using conventional methods (e.g. Library and the Internet) and unconventional methods (e.g. brain storming and self reflection) (Year 1)

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PO12) Knowledgeable in contemporary biomedical engineering issues. i) ii) iii) iv) v) Ability to identify and describe the current biomedical engineering issues. (Year 1) Ability to form intelligent opinions on the current biomedical engineering issues. (Year 2) Ability to identify and describe the current trends in the biomedical engineering industry (Year 3) Ability to identify and describe the latest research and findings in the biomedical engineering field (Year 4) Ability to review the research and findings in the biomedical engineering field (Year 4)

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SubPO MATRIX
Sem 1 (Year 1) 1150 2141 1142 √ √ Sem 2 (Year 1) 1151 1154 1172 √ Sem 3 (Year 2) 2142 1143 2173 Sem 4 (Year 2) 2133 2138 2139

PO1

1-a 1-b 2-a 1-a 1-b 2-a 2-b 3-a 4-a 5-a 6-a 6-b 1 2 3 4 1-a

1130 √

1171

2136

2174



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PO2

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√ √ √ √

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PO3

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PO4

1-b 2-a 2-b 1 2 1-a 2-a 2-b 2-c 2-d 2-e 2-f 3-a 3-b 3-c 1-a 1-b 1-c 1-d 2-a 2-b 2-c 2-d 2-e 2-f 1-a 2-a 2-b 2-c 1 2 3 4 1 2 1-a 2-a 1 2 3 4 5 √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √

PO5

PO6

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PO7



PO8

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PO9

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PO10



PO11

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PO12

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2137 PO1 1-a 1-b 2-a 1-a 1-b 2-a 2-b 3-a 4-a 5-a 6-a 6-b 1 2 3 4 1-a 1-b 2-a 2-b 1 2 1-a 2-a 2-b 2-c 2-d 2-e 2-f 3-a 3-b 3-c 1-a 1-b 1-c 1-d 2-a 2-b 2-c 2-d 2-e 2-f 1-a 2-a 2-b 2-c 1 2 3 4 1 2 1-a 2-a 1 2 3 4 5 √ √

Sem 5 (Year 3) 3147 2143 3150 √ √

3175

3233

3148

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4180

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EDEMIC STAFF ACE DEPAR RTMENT OF BIOMEDIC F CAL ENGINE EERING Staff Ap ppointment Qualification Noor Azu Abu He of uan ead BEng (Bradford), Osman De epartment, MSc, PhD As ssociate (Strathclyde), MISB Pr rofessor

Field of Research R Biomechanics, Prosthetics, Orthotics & Motion An nalysis

2

Wan Abu Bakar Wan Abas

Pr rofessor

Dip. Mec E (TC), ch BSc , Ph hD (Strathclyde), MIMechE E

Biomechanics, Tissue Mechanics & Motion Analysis

3

Wan Moh hd Azhar Wa an Ibrahim

As ssociate Pr rofessor

Dip. Civil Eng (ITM), BS Sc, M.Applie ed.Stat (Malaya) MII, ), PhD (NU UT) BSc (Ma arquette), MSc (Hertford dshire), PhD (Ma alaya)

Biomaterials s

4

Fatimah Ibrahim

As ssociate Pr rofessor

Medical Info ormatics & Bioinstrumentation

5

Belinda Murphy M

Se enior Lecture er

BBEng (Malaya), PhD (Qu ueen Mary)

Tissue Engineering

6

Ting Hua Nong

Se enior Lecture er

BEng (UTM), MEng (U UTM), PhD (UT TM)

Biomedical Signal S Processing

7

Ng Siew Cheok C

Le ecturer

BEng (M Malaya), MEngSc (Malaya) c

Biomedical Signal S Processing

8

Norita Mo ohd Zain

Le ecturer

BSc (UK KM), MTech (Malaya)

Biomaterials s

23

9

Ahmad Khairi K Abdul Wa ahab

ecturer Le

Dip Elect Eng (ITM), BEng (Cardiff), MEngSc (Malaya) )

Biomedical Control C Systems

10.

Lim Einly

Le ecturer

BEng (M Malaya), MEngSc (Malaya c

Physiologica Modeling al

11

Mohd Yaz zed Ahmad

Le ecturer (S SLABAu ustralia)

BEng (M Malaya), MEngSc (Malaya) c

Biomedical Control C Systems

12

Nahrizul Adib A Kadri

Le ecturer (H HLCB-UK)

BBEng (Malaya), MbioMed dEng (NSW)

BioMEMS

13

Raha Mat Ghazali

Le ecturer (O Leave) On

BBEng (Malaya), MbioMed dEng (NSW)

Biomaterials s

14

Juliana Usman U

Le ecturer (S SLABAu ustralia)

BBEng (Malaya), MEngSc (Malaya) c

Biomechanics

15

Illida Moh Nawi hd

Tu utor (T Temporary)

BSc (Case Western)

Tissue Engineering

16

Hazliana Hamzah

Tu utor (T Temporary)

BSc (Case Western)

Biomechanics

17

Mohd Shuhaibul Fadly Mansor

Tu utor (T Temporary)

Dip Elect Eng (ITM), BEng (Surrey)

Bioelectromagnetics

24

18

Kama Bis stari Muhamm mad

utor Tu (T Temporary)

BSc (Penn)

Tissue Engineering

19

Salmah Karman K

Tu utor (S SLAB-UM)

BEng (Ja apan)

BioMEMS

20

Mohamm Faiz mad Mohamed Saaid d

utor Tu (T Temporary)

BEng (UTM), MEng (U UTM)

Biomedical Signal S Processing

21

Khairunnisa Hasikin

Tu utor (T Temporary)

BEng (M Malaya)

BioMEMS

22

Ummi Syahirah Md. Ali

Tu utor (T Temporary)

BBEng (IIUM)

Prosthetics and Orthotics

23

Nasrul An nuar Abd Raza ak

utor Tu (T Temporary)

BBEng (IIUM)

Prosthetics and Orthotics

24

Ahmad Nazmi Ahmad Fuad

Tu utor (T Temporary)

MBBS (IIUM)

Tissue Mech hanics

25

Chai Yoke Chin

(S SLAI-Belgium m)

BBMedS Sc (Malaya) ), MEngSc (Malaya) c

Tissue Engineering

26

Mas Sahi idayana Mokhtar

(S SLABAu ustralia)

BBEng (Malaya), MEngSc (Malaya) c

Physiologica Modeling al

25

27

Nurazah Hamzaid

(S SLABAu ustralia)

BBEng (IIUM)

Rehabilitatio on Engineering g

28

Nooranida Ariffin

(S SLAB-UK)

BBEng (Malaya), MSc (Ea astern Michigan n)

Prosthetics & Orthothics

29

Farina Muhamad d

SLAB-UK) (S

BSc (Case Western), Mres (Imperial)

Artificial Org gans

30

Haliza Ma at Husain

(S SLABGe erman)

BEng (M Malaya), MSc Eng (UTM) g

Bioinstrumentation

26

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SUPP PORTING STAFF DEPAR RTMENT OF BIOMEDIC F CAL ENGINE EERING Staff S Ap ppointment Qualification Zulkafli Assi stant Diploma of o Muhammad Scie ence Officer Laborator ry Technology

Respons sibilities B BioMEMS an Clinical nd E Engineering Laboratory L

2

Fadzli Abu Bakar

Seniior Tech hnician

Polytechn nic Certificate e Electronic cs

E Electromagne and etic A Artificial Orga an L Laboratory

3

Mohd. As sni Mohamed d

mputer Com Tech hnician

Diploma of o Computer r Science

C Computer La aboratory

4

Adli Iskan ndar Putera

Tech hnician

Polytechn nic Certificate e Mechanic cal

T Tissue Engineering L Laboratory

5

Mohd Fird daus Jamil

Tech hnician

Polytechn nic Certificate e Mechanic cal

M Motion Analy and ysis B Biomechanics L Laboratory

6

Mohd Hanafi bidin Zainal Ab

Tech hnician

Polytechn nic Certificate e Electronic cs

B Biomaterials Laboratory

7

Fairus Ha anum Mohammad

Tech hnician

Higher Na ational Diploma in Medical Electronic c Engineering Polytechn nic Certificate e Electronic cs

N Neuro-Engine eering L Laboratory

8

Hafizuddin Asman

Tech hnician

M Medical Elect tronics L Laboratory

27

9

Ahmad Firdaus Omar O

hnician Tech

Diploma in Mechanic cal Engineering

T Tissue Mecha anics and B Body Perform mance L Laboratory

10

Razalee Rahimi Abd Manaf

hnician Tech

Polytechn nic Certificate e Mechanic cal Engineering

B Braces & Lim mbs L Laboratory

11

Azuan Othman

Tech hnician (HLC CBCam mbodia)

Diploma in Mechanic cal Technology

12

Syuib Sam msir

Tech hnician (HLC CBCam mbodia)

Diploma in Electronic cs Engineering

13

Norhazura Abdullah

Adm ministrative Assi stant

Sijil Pelaja aran Malaysia

A Administratio Office on

14

Mohd Faiz Mohd Mo okhtar

Adm ministrative Assi stant

Sijil Pelaja aran Malaysia

A Administratio Office on

15

Naemah Suhaimi

Assi stant Rese earch Offic cer

BA (Malay ya)

A Administratio Office on

16

Noor Aini Dochik

Adm ministrative Assi stant

Sijil Pelaja aran Malaysia

A Administratio Office on

17

Mohd Fah hmy Rusli

Gen eral Assi stant

Sijil Pelaja aran Malaysia

A Administratio Office on

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PROGRAMME STRUCTURE DEGREE IN BACHELOR OF BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING 2010/2011 SESSION (Malaysian Students)

Course University Course (15%)

Contents University Compulsory Core Courses (TWU) - Islamic and Asian Civilizations (TITAS) - Thinking and Communication Skills - Ethnic Relations - Basic of Entrepreneurship Culture University Compulsory Courses (TU) - Information skills - Co-curriculum - English Elective Courses (Outside faculty)

Credit Hours 2 3 2 2 1 2 6 2

Sub-total Credit Hours Faculty Course (85%) Faculty Compulsory Core Courses (TWF) Department Compulsory Core Courses (TWJ) Elective Core Courses (Compulsory) Department (TP(W)J)

20 17 87 8 112 132

Sub-total Credit Hours TOTAL (100%) Total Credit Hours

29

PROGRAMME STRUCTURE DEGREE IN BACHELOR OF BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING 2010/2011 SESSION (International students)

Course University Course (15%)

Contents University Compulsory Core Courses (TWU) - Islamic and Asian Civilizations (TITAS) (Optional) - Thinking and Communication Skills - Introduction to Malaysia - Basic of Entrepreneurship Culture University Compulsory Courses (TU) - Information skills - Co-curriculum - English Elective Courses (Outside faculty)

Credit Hours 2 3 2 2 1 2 6 2

Sub-total Credit Hours Faculty Course (85%) Faculty Compulsory Core Courses (TWF) Department Compulsory Core Courses (TWJ) Elective Core Courses (Compulsory) Department (TP(W)J)

20 17 87 8 112 132

Sub-total Credit Hours TOTAL (100%) Total Credit Hours

30

COURSE OFFERING FOR DEGREE IN BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING PROGRAM ACADEMIC SESSION 2010/2011 (Malaysian students)

CODE

COURSE

S1

Year 1 S2 1

S3

Year 2 S4 2

S5

Year 3 S6 3

S7

Year 4 S8 4

TOTAL CREDIT

Pre-requisite

UNIVERSITY COURSES GXEX 1401 Information skills GXEX 1414 Islamic and Asian Civilizations (TITAS) GXEX 1411 Ethnic Relations GTEE11xx English 1 GTEE 11xx English 2 Co-curriculum KXEX 2163 Thinking and Communication Skills GXEX 1412 Basic of Entrepreneurship Culture Elective Courses (outside faculty) Sub-total Credit Hours 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 Hours 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 KUEU 3233 KUEU 3148 KUEU 3149 KUEU 3245 KUEU 3146 KUEU 4140 KUEU 4180 KUEU 2190 Signals and Systems Electromagnetism and electrical machines Control systems Machines Mechanics Biomedical Statistics Safety, Standards and Ethics in Biomedical Engineering Capstone 1 Industrial Training

1 2 2 3 3 2 3 2 2 2 10 5 1 0 0 0 2

1 2 2 3 3 2 3 2 2 20

3 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 5 4 4 0 0 0

3 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 17

2 3 3 3 1 2 3 1 3 3 1 3 2 3 3 1 3 3 3 1 1 3 3 3 2 2 2 1 5

2 3 3 3 1 2 3 1 3 3 1 3 2 3 3 1 3 3 3 1 1 3 3 3 2 2 2 1 5

KUEU1130 KUEU2142

KXEX1144 & KXEX1145 KUEU2142 & KUEU2141 KUEU1130 & KUEU1154

31

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 Sub-total Credit Hours 12 6 0 7 12 0 11 16 5

2 3 3 2 1 2 2 3 4 2 2 15 11 0

2 3 3 2 1 2 2 3 4 2 2 95 KUEU2142 & KUEU2139

KUEU 4183

TOTAL CREDIT HOURS

16

18

0

17

17

0

15

16

5

15

13

0

132

32

COURSE OFFERING FOR DEGREE IN BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING PROGRAM ACADEMIC SESSION 2010/2011 (International students)

CODE

COURSE

S1

Year 1 S2 1

S3

Year 2 S4 2

S5

Year 3 S6 3

S7

Year 4 S8 4

TOTAL CREDIT

Pre-requisite

UNIVERSITY COURSES GXEX 1401 Information skills GXEX 1414 Islamic and Asian Civilizations (TITAS) GXEX 1413 Introduction to Malaysia GTEE11xx English 1 GTEE 11xx English 2 Co-curriculum KXEX 2163 Thinking and Communication Skills GXEX 1412 Basic of Entrepreneurship Culture Elective Courses (outside faculty) Sub-total Credit Hours 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 Hours 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 KUEU 3233 KUEU 3148 KUEU 3149 KUEU 3245 KUEU 3146 KUEU 4140 KUEU 4180 KUEU 2190 Signals and Systems Electromagnetism and electrical machines Control systems Machines Mechanics Biomedical Statistics Safety, Standards and Ethics in Biomedical Engineering Capstone 1 Industrial Training

1 2 2 3 3 2 3 2 2 2 10 5 1 0 0 0 2

1 2 2 3 3 2 3 2 2 20

3 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 5 4 4 0 0 0

3 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 17

2 3 3 3 1 2 3 1 3 3 1 3 2 3 3 1 3 3 3 1 1 3 3 3 2 2 2 1 5

2 3 3 3 1 2 3 1 3 3 1 3 2 3 3 1 3 3 3 1 1 3 3 3 2 2 2 1 5

KUEU1130 KUEU2142

KXEX1144 & KXEX1145 KUEU2142 & KUEU2141 KUEU1130 & KUEU1154

33

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 Sub-total Credit Hours 12 6 0 7 12 0 11 16 5

2 3 3 2 1 2 2 3 4 2 2 15 11 0

2 3 3 2 1 2 2 3 4 2 2 95 KUEU2142 & KUEU2139

KUEU 4183

TOTAL CREDIT HOURS

16

18

0

17

17

0

15

16

5

15

13

0

132

34

TERMS OF GRADUATION TABLE DEGREE IN BACHELOR OF BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING PROGRAMME 2010/2011 ACADEMIC SESSION (Malaysian students)

CODE

COURSE

TOTAL CREDIT

PASSING GRADE Marks

MARKING SCHEME 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

UNIVERSITY COURSES GXEX 1401 Information skills GXEX 1414 Islamic and Asian Civilizations GXEX 1411 Ethnic Relations GTEE 11XX English 1 GTEE 11XX English 2 Co-curriculum KXEX 2163 Thinking and Communication Skills GXEX 1412 Basic of Entrepreneurship Culture Elective Courses (Outside Faculty) Sub-total Credit Hours FACULTY COURSES KXEX 1110 Basic Materials Science KXEX 1144 Basic Engineering Calculus KXEX 1145 Basic Engineering Algebra KXEX 2244 KXEX 2245 KXEX 2166 KXEX 2162 KXEX 2165 Ordinary Differential Equations Vector Analysis Law and Engineer Economy, Finance & Engineer Moral and Ethics in Engineering Profession Sub-total Credit Hours 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 KUEU 1143 KUEU 2173 KUEU 2136 KUEU 2133 KUEU 2138 KUEU 2139 KUEU 2174 KUEU 2137 KUEU 3147 KUEU 2143 KUEU 3150 KUEU 3175 KUEU 3233 KUEU 3148 KUEU 3149 KUEU 3245 KUEU 3146 KUEU 4140 KUEU 4180 KUEU 2190 Electronics Mechanical Engineering Design Laboratory 3 Thermofluids Computer and Programming Mechanics of Materials Medical Electronics Laboratory 4 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

1 2 2 3 3 2 3 2 2 20

S C C S D C D

80 -100 75 - 79 70 – 74 65 – 69 60 – 64 55 - 59 50 - 54 45 - 49 40 - 44 35 - 39 < 35

3 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 17

D C C C C D D D

2 3 3 3 1 2 3 1 3 3 1 3 2 3 3 1 3 3 3 1 1 3 3 3 2 2 2 1 5

C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C S

35

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 Sub-total Credit Hours TOTAL CREDIT HOURS

2 3 3 2 1 2 2 3 4 2 2 95 132

I C C C C C C C C C C

36

TERMS OF GRADUATION TABLE DEGREE IN BACHELOR OF BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING PROGRAMME 2010/2011 ACADEMIC SESSION (International students)

CODE

COURSE

TOTAL CREDIT

PASSING GRADE Marks

MARKING SCHEME 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

UNIVERSITY COURSES GXEX 1401 Information skills GXEX 1414 Islamic and Asian Civilizations GXEX 1413 Introduction to Malaysia GTEE 11XX English 1 GTEE 11XX English 2 Co-curriculum KXEX 2163 Thinking and Communication Skills GXEX 1412 Basic of Entrepreneurship Culture Elective Courses (Outside Faculty) Sub-total Credit Hours FACULTY COURSES KXEX 1110 Basic Materials Science KXEX 1144 Basic Engineering Calculus KXEX 1145 Basic Engineering Algebra KXEX 2244 KXEX 2245 KXEX 2166 KXEX 2162 KXEX 2165 Ordinary Differential Equations Vector Analysis Law and Engineer Economy, Finance & Engineer Moral and Ethics in Engineering Profession Sub-total Credit Hours 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 KUEU 1143 KUEU 2173 KUEU 2136 KUEU 2133 KUEU 2138 KUEU 2139 KUEU 2174 KUEU 2137 KUEU 3147 KUEU 2143 KUEU 3150 KUEU 3175 KUEU 3233 KUEU 3148 KUEU 3149 KUEU 3245 KUEU 3146 KUEU 4140 KUEU 4180 KUEU 2190 Electronics Mechanical Engineering Design Laboratory 3 Thermofluids Computer and Programming Mechanics of Materials Medical Electronics Laboratory 4 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

1 2 2 3 3 2 3 2 2 20

S C C S S S D C D

80 -100 75 - 79 70 – 74 65 – 69 60 – 64 55 - 59 50 - 54 45 - 49 40 - 44 35 - 39 < 35

3 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 17

D C C C C D D D

2 3 3 3 1 2 3 1 3 3 1 3 2 3 3 1 3 3 3 1 1 3 3 3 2 2 2 1 5

C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C S

37

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 Sub-total Credit Hours TOTAL CREDIT HOURS

2 3 3 2 1 2 2 3 4 2 2 95 132

I C C C C C C C C C C

38

BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING CORE COURSE
LEGEND Mechanical Courses Faculty Courses Electrical Courses Laboratory Courses Biomedical Courses Other Courses

YEAR ONE

SEM II

SEM I

KXEX 1144 Fundamental Engineering Calculus

KUEU 2141 Eletrical Circuit Analysis

KUEU 1130 Statics

KUEU 1142 Biochemistry and Analysis

KUEU 1120 Human Anatomy and Physiology 1

KUEU 1171 Laboratory 1

KXEX 1145 Fundamental Engineering Algebra

KUEU 1154 Dynamics

 

KUEU 1151 Human Anatomy and Physiology 2

 

KUEU 1172 Laboratory 2

YEAR TWO

SEM II

SEM I

KXEX 2245 Vector Analysis

KUEU 2142 Electronics

KUEU 1143 Mechanical Engineering Design

KXEX 1110 Fundamental Material Science

KUEU 2173 Laboratory 3

KXEX 2244 Ordinary Differential Equations

KUEU 2139 Medical Electronics

KUEU 2133 Computer and Programming

KUEU 2136 Thermofluids

KUEU 2138 Mechanics of Materials

KUEU 2174 Laboratory 4

YEAR THREE

SEM II

SEM I

KUEU 2143 Microcomputer and Digital Systems

KUEU 2137 Biomechanics

KUEU 3147 Biomaterials

KUEU 3175 Laboratory 5

KUEU 3150 Biomedical Engineering Practice

KUEU 3148 Electromagnetism and Electrical Machines

KUEU 3149 Control Systems

KUEU 3233 Signal and Systems

KUEU 4140 Safety, Standards and Ethics in Biomed Eng

KUEU 3245 Mechanics of Machines

KUEU 3146 Biomedical Statistics

KUEU 4180 Capstone Project 1

KUEU 2190 Industrial Training

 

SEM I

KUEU 4135 Management and Clinical Engineering

KUEU 4134 Medical Instrumentation Application and Design

KUEU 4132 Artificial Organ and Biotransport

KUEU 4330 (Electives) Tissue Engineering

KUEU 4183 Graduation Project 1

 

KUEU 4181 Capstone Project 2

YEAR FOUR

SEM II

KUEU 4141 Medical Imaging

KUEU 4326 (Electives) Computers in Biomedical Engineering

KUEU 4327 (Electives) Artificial Intelligence

 

KUEU 4326 (Electives) Prosthetics and Orthotics

KUEU 4324 (Electives) Advanced Biomaterial

KUEU 4285 Graduation Project 2

39

STUDENT PERFORMANCE EVALUATION PROCESS

Semester Start

1st meeting with PA (week 2)

NO Student performance CGPA < 2.0 YES

Consult with PA atleast twice

2nd meeting with PA (week 7)

YES PO < 3

NO

Exam slip

Semester End

Final exam result display

40

COURSE PRO FORM C P MA

IMPORT TANT: Conte ents of this Pro Forma sh hould not be changed with c hout Senate’’s for items in ndicated with *. h Changes to the other items can be approved at the Acade s b emy/Faculty/ /Institution/C Centre level. Academ my/Faculty/C Centre Departm ment Program mme Course Code* Course Title* Course Pre-requisit te(s)/ Minimum Requirem m ment(s) Student Learning T t Time (SLT)* Credit H Hours* Learning Outcomes g s* Library Information Skills Divisio on Bachelor of Biomedical Engineering f GXEX1401 Information Skills Cours se None 40 1 At the end o the course students are able to : of e, a 1. Sta the variou information and refere nce sources (C1) ate us 2. Iden ntify information from var rious sources such as OP s PAC (Online Pub Access Catalogue), Online Datab blic C O bases and Internet (C2) 3. Pre epare list of references ba ased on the A APA (Americ can Psy ychological Association) / Vancouver / CSLW (Cit A tation Style fo or Leg Works) ci gal itation style (C3) ( Transferable Skills Synopsis of Course e Content ts Information searching. This course focus on the use of basic references sources in print and e e s electronic fo ormat, effective information search st trategy, information evaluation a preparing reference list. and Lecture, exe ercise. Continuous Assessmen : 50% (1 te and 1 pro nt est oject) Final Exam ination : 50% % Marks obtaiined through continuous assessment will be displ h t layed on the notice board or via cour web site. Final result w either be PASS d rse will e (Grade S) o FAIL (Grad U). or de Refer to Un niversity of Malaya (First Degree Stud D dies) Rules 2006, University o Malaya (First Degree Studies) Reg ulations 2006 and the of S website : ww ww.umlib.um m.edu.my/gxe exweb

Method of Delivery (lecture, tutorial, workshop, etc) Assessm ment Metho ods*

Methodo ologies for F Feedback on Perfo ormance

Criteria in Summati ive Assessm ment UM-PT0 01-PK03-BR0 003(BI)-S03

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Lecture, Ex xercise, Proje ect. Face to face : 14 e Guided lear rning : 9 Independen learning : 12 nt 1 Assessmen : 5 nt Life Long Le earning and Information Managemen LL1, LL2 and LL3 nt: a Critical Thin nking and Pro oblem Solvin Skills: CT 1, CT2 and CT3 ng C Librarian Computer L D, 2nd Floor, Main Library Lab 03-7967338 / 7967709 / 7967330 84 97 02 Please refe r to the Latest Lecture Time Table

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ING SCHEDULE TEACHI Week 1 2 Tutorial/Assi ignment Topic Lecture/T 1. Introd duction to Lib brary 2. Cours Briefing se 1. Basic Reference & ‘what is inf c formation cy ycle’ 2. Identifying Type of Reference o es on Activity : Exercise 1, 2 & Briefing o group pro oject Pendeta WebPAC – Author Searc A ch Activity : Exercise 3, Briefing on G B Group Presentation & Submiss n sion of Projec ct Topics & Gr roup Membe Listing ers Pendeta WebPAC – Title & Subje Search T ect Activity : Exercise 4 & 5 Search S Strategies Activity : Exercise 6 & Project Par A rt Search S Strategies – Pendeta Web P bPAC Activity : Project Part B Search S Strategies - Online Datab ases O Activity : Exercise 7 & Project Par C rt Search S Strategies – Web Resourc I W ces Activity : Test Search S Strategies – Web Resourc II W ces Activity : Exercise 8 & Project Par D rt Citation S Styles : Gene Rules eral Activity : Exercise 9 & Project Par E rt Group Pr resentation Activity : Project Part F Group Pr resentation Activity : Project Part F Group Pr resentation Activity : Project Part F Revision & Examinati Briefing ion Re eferences/T Teaching M Materials/Equ uipment Exercise e-learning Website & e, g Internet Resources t Exercise e-learning Website & e, g Internet Resources t Exercise e-learning Website & e, g Pendeta WebPAC a

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IMPORT TANT: Conte ents of this Pro Forma sh hould not be changed with c hout Senate’’s for items in ndicated with *. h Changes to the other items can be approved at the Acade s b emy/Faculty/ /Institution/C Centre level. Academ my/Faculty/C Centre Departm ment Program mme Course Code* Course Title* Course Pre-requisit te(s)/ Minimum Requirem m ment(s) Student Learning T t Time (SLT)* Credit H Hours* Learning Outcomes g s* At the end o the course students are able to: of e, 1. explain the meaning of civilisatio g on. 2. identify the conce epts, princip ples, history society, culture, an y, nd achieve ements in Isla amic, Malay, Chinese an Indian civilisations. , nd 3. relate to current and future issue on civilisa o d es ational dialog gue. 4. demons strate effectiv interperso ve onal skills an teamwork. nd Transferable Skills Synopsis of Course e Content ts 1. Report Writing Skills s 2. Present tation Skills This course will discus knowledg of civilisa e ss ge ations incor rporating suc ch topics as introduction to civilisat tional know wledge, conc cepts, value es, history, soc ciety, culture and the ac e chievements of Islamic, Chinese, an nd Indian civili sations. The course also discusses contempora and future e s ary issues on c ivilisational dialogue. d Lectures, fie eldwork and/ library res /or search Continuous Assessmen 40% nt: Present tation - 10% % Report - 30% % Final exam: 60% : Results will be displayed on notice board. d b Chancellory y Section for Co-curricular Courses, External Facu Electives & TITAS E ulty s (SKET) Bachelor of Biomedical Engineering f GXEX1414 Islamic and Asian Civilis sation (TITAS S) None 80 hours 2

Method of Delivery (lecture, tutorial, workshop, etc) Assessm ment Metho ods*

Methodo ologies for F Feedback on Perfo ormance

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Academ Year mic Semeste er/Term Course Code Course Title Credit H Hours Medium of Instructi m ion Course Pre-requisit te(s) / Minimun Requireme n ent(s) Main Re eference

2010/2011 1 GXEX1414 Tamadun Is slam dan Tam madun Asia (TITAS) 2 Bahasa Ma laysia Tiada 1. Penerbit UM. 2001 Tamadun Islam dan Tamadun Asia, Kua t 1. n n n ala Lumpur: Penerbit Un : niversiti Mala aya. 2. Penerbit UM. 2006 Tamadun Islam dan Tamadun Melayu, Kua t 6. M ala Lumpur: Penerbit Un : niversiti Mala aya. 3. Huntingt ton, Samue 1996. The Clash of Civilizati el. T ions and th he Remakin of World Order. New York: Simon and Schuste ng O Y er. 4. Ibn Kha ldun. 1995. Mukaddimah (terj), Kuala Lumpur: Dewan Bahas h a D sa dan Pus staka. 5. Azizan Baharuddin 2005. Is n. slam dan D Dialog Pera adaban: Sa atu Perspek Kuala Lumpur: Pusat Dialog Pera ktif. t adaban Unive ersiti Malaya a. LCD projekt kompute tor, er/komputer riba dan nota kuliah. r a Kuliah, Kerjja Lapangan dan/atau Ka ajian Perpust takaan Perjumpaan 20 jam n: Pembelajar berpandu ran u: Pembelajar berdikari: 58 jam ran : Penilaian: 2 jam (Rujuk bora Masa Pe ang embelajaran Pelajar)

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1. Kemahira Berkomun an nikasi (CS1-C CS3) 2. Kerja Ber rpasukan (TS S1) Pensyarah SKET SKET 03-7967 54 30/5488 Sila rujuk Ja adual Waktu Kuliah

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ING SCHEDULE TEACHI Week 1 2 3 Tutorial/Assi ignment Topic Lecture/T Pengena alan ilmu keta amadunan. Tamadun Islam : Kon n nsep, prinsip dan matlam mat. Tamadun Islam Isu dan cabaran semasa, jiha n d ad, kebangki itan Islam da penerapan di Malaysia an n a. Tamadun Melayu : Pe n engenalan, k kerajaan-kerajaan Melayu, interaksi dengan pengaruh asing dan pemben ntukan negar ra bangsa M Malaysia. Tamadun Melayu : Pe n emantapan n negara bang Malaysia gsa dan manifestasi tama adun Melayu . Tamadun India : Konsep, sejarah kerajaan da n h, an pentadbir ran. Tamadun India : Mas n syarakat dan budaya, bah hasa dan kesusast teraan, hubungan dengan dunia luar serta iktibar. n Tamadun Cina : Kons dan takr sejarah, masyarakat n sep rif, m dan buda aya. Tamadun Cina : Penc n capaian dala pelbagai bidang, iktiba am ar tamadun Cina hari ini dan interak dengan ta i ksi amadun lain. Penutup : Isu-isu sem masa dan ma depan dialog asa peradaba an. Pembent tangan kump pulan Pembent tangan kump pulan Pembent tangan kump pulan Pembent tangan kump pulan Re eferences/T Teaching M Materials/Equ uipment LCD, ko omputer dan nota kuliah LCD, ko omputer dan nota kuliah LCD, ko omputer dan nota kuliah

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IMPORT TANT: Conte ents of this Pro Forma sh hould not be changed with c hout Senate’’s for items in ndicated with *. h Changes to the other items can be approved at the Acade s b emy/Faculty/ /Institution/C Centre level. Academ my/Faculty/C Centre Departm ment Program mme Course Code* Course Title* Course Pre-requisit te(s)/ Minimum Requirem m ment(s) Student Learning T t Time (SLT)* Credit H Hours* Learning Outcomes g s* At the end o the course students are able to: of e, 1. identify the basic concepts and theories associated with ethn a s d nic relation ns. 2. apply k knowledge, concepts an principles on social and nation nd s nal integrat tion. esponsibility towards th 3. show e ethical beha aviour and sense of re y he society. . 4. demons strate effectiv interperso ve onal skills an teamwork. nd Transferable Skills Synopsis of Course e Content ts 1. Report Writing Skills s 2. Present tation Skills This course will introd e duce the ba asic concept and theories of ethn ts nic story of Ma relations. S Students will be expose to the his l ed alaysia’s plur ral contempora society. Other topic include th constituti ary cs he ion, econom mic developmen politics an Islam Had nt, nd dhari in the c context of et thnic relation ns. There are d discussions on challenges facing et thnic relation in Malays ns sia and globally with a view towards dev y w veloping an iintegrated na ation. Lectures an fieldwork nd Continuous Assessmen 40% nt: Present tation – 10% – 30% Report Final exam: 60% : Chancellory y Section for Co-curricular Courses, External Facu Electives & TITAS E ulty s (SKET) Bachelor of Biomedical Engineering f GXEX1411 Ethnic Rela ations None 80 hours 2

Method of Delivery (lecture, tutorial, workshop, etc) Assessm ment Metho ods*

d b Methodo ologies for F Feedback Results will be displayed on notice board. on Perfo ormance Please refe r to the Univ versity of Malaya (First De egree) Rules 2006 and th s he Criteria in Summati ive University o Malaya (First Degree) Regulations 2006. of ment Assessm UM-PT0 01-PK03-BR0 003(BI)-S03

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Academ Year mic Semeste er/Term Course Code Course Title Credit H Hours Medium of Instructi m ion te(s) / Course Pre-requisit Minimun Requirement(s) n Main Re eference Teachin Materials / ng Equipment Learning Strategies g s Student Learning T t Time 2010/2011 1 GXEX1411 Hubungan E Etnik 2 Bahasa Ma laysia Tiada Modul Hub bungan Etnik Shamsul Amri Baharu ddin (Ed.). Kuala Lumpu k, A K ur: UPENA, 20 007. (Modul yang ditetap pkan oleh KP PT) LCD projekt kompute tor, er/komputer riba dan nota kuliah r a Kuliah dan Kerja Lapangan Perjumpaan 20 jam n: Pembelajar berpandu ran u: Pembelajar berdikari: 58 jam ran : Penilaian: 2 jam (Rujuk bora Masa Pe ang embelajaran Pelajar) Soft Ski ills 1. Kemahira Berkomun an nikasi (CS1-C CS3) 2. Kerja Ber rpasukan (TS S1) 3. Pembelajjaran Berteru usan dan Pe engurusan M aklumat (LL1-LL2) 4. Etika dan Moral Profe n esional (EM1) Pensyarah SKET SKET 03-7967 54 89/5671 Sila rujuk Ja adual Waktu Kuliah

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ING SCHEDULE TEACHI Week 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 Tutorial/Assi ignment Topic Lecture/T Konsep-k konsep Asas Hubungan E s Etnik Teori Hub bungan Etnik k Pluraliti M Masyarakat Alam Melayu Dalam Seja A u arah Pluraliti M Masyarakat Malaysia Kon M ntemporari Perlemba agaan Malay ysia Dalam K Konteks Hubu ungan Etnik di Malaysia Pembang gunan Ekono Dalam K omi Konteks Hubu ungan Etnik di Malaysia Cabaran terhadap Hu ubungan Etn di Malaysi dan Globa nik ia al Pembang gunan Politik Dalam Kont k teks Hubung Etnik di gan Malaysia Islam Hadhari dan Hu ubungan Etn nik Hubunga Etnik ke arah Masyara an akat Berinteg grasi Pembent tangan Kump pulan Pembent tangan Kump pulan Pembent tangan Kump pulan Re eferences/T Teaching M Materials/Equ uipment LCD, ko omputer dan nota kuliah LCD, ko omputer dan nota kuliah LCD, ko omputer dan nota kuliah LCD, ko omputer dan nota kuliah omputer dan nota kuliah LCD, ko LCD, ko omputer dan nota kuliah LCD, ko omputer dan nota kuliah LCD, ko omputer dan nota kuliah LCD, ko omputer dan nota kuliah LCD, ko omputer dan nota kuliah LCD da komputer an LCD da komputer an LCD da komputer an LCD da komputer an

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IMPORT TANT: Conte ents of this Pro Forma sh hould not be changed with c hout Senate’’s for items in ndicated with *. h Changes to the other items can be approved at the Acade s b emy/Faculty/ /Institution/C Centre level. Academ my/Faculty/C Centre Departm ment Program mme Course Code* Course Title* Course Pre-requisit te(s)/ Minimum Requirem m ment(s) Self-lear rning Time ( (SLT) Credit H Hour Learning Outcome g Faculty of L Languages and Linguistic cs English Lan nguage Bachelor of Biomedical Engineering f GTEE 1101 1 Fundament tals of Englis sh   MUET B Bands 1 and 2 Other eq quivalent English Langua qualificat age tions set by the Universit t ty.

120 hours 3 At the end o this course students will be able to : of e 1. use correct gram mmar. 2. app reading skills such as skimming, s ply scanning and deducing d meanings f from contextual clues in order to unde o erstand a variety of texts. 3 write cohesively and coheren at parag raph level. e ntly   Reading skills. g Use cor rect gramma ar.

Transferable Skills Synopsis of Course e Content ts

The aim of t this course is to enable students to im s s mprove their English language pr roficiency. Students will be given clas activities and set tasks b ss a s for self direc cted learning (SDL) focus g sing on gram mmar, reading and writing g skills. Lectures, tu utorials, discu ussions

Delivery Mode y (lecture, tutorial, wo orkshop, etc) Assessm ment Metho od

Continuous assessment : 50% - Cla test (15% ass %) - Wriiting assignm ment (10%) - Rea ading assign nment (10%) - Por rtfolio (15%) n Examination : 50%

Method of providing feedbac on studen ck nts’ perform mance

Feedback in class, discu n ussion with lecturers, dis splay of test /coursework / grades.

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Academ Year mic Semeste er/Term Course Code Course Title Credit H Hours Medium of Instructi m ion Course Pre-requisit te(s) / Minimun Requirement(s) n Main Re eference

2010/2011 1/2 GTEE 1101 Fundament tals of English 3 English Lan nguage MUET Band 1 and 2 ds Other equiv valent English Language qualifications set by the University. h s Textbook: Fuchs, M & Bonner, M. (2006). Foc on Gram cus mmar 4 (3rd Edition). Ne ew York: Pears son. Other refere ences: Azar, B. S. (2002). Unde erstanding and Using En nglish Gramm (3rd mar Edition). Ne York: Pea ew arson Educat tion. Bullon, S. (E Ed.). (2003). Longman Dictionary of C D Contemporary English. Essex: Pea rson Education Limited. Walker, E. & Elsworth, S. (2000). Gr S rammar Prac ctice for Inter rmediate Students. E Essex: Peraso Education Limited. on n

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Textbook, re eference boo oks, articles, online mate erials and pow werpoint Lectures, tu utorials, discu ussions Face to face 28 hours e: Guided lear rning: Independen learning tim 92 hours nt me: s Communica ation skills : CS1 and CS2 C 2 Pn. Sathiad devi A/P K Ka anagasabai TS 9 03-7967311 / [email protected] 14 Refer to the current Tea e aching - timet table

Soft Ski ills Lecturer Room Telepho / e-mail one Lecture/ /Tutorial/Pra actical Session n: Day/Tim me Venue Important Dates

Ongoing as ssessment: W k g t Class Test ( (Week 6), Writing assignment (Week 9), Reading assignment (Week 11), Portfolio (We 14) eek Final Examiination:

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ING SCHEDULE TEACHI Week 1 Tutorial/Assi ignment Topic Lecture/T Introduction to Course and Portfo Requirem olio ments Grammar : Simple Prese ent  S  P Present Prog gressive Reading : Skim and Sca (1) an  S Self-dire ected learnin (SDL) : P ng Portfolio Item 1 m  R Reading : Co omprehensio 1 on  V Vocabulary : Exercise 2 Grammar : Simple Past  S  P Past Progres ssive  P Present Perfe ect  P Present Perfe Progress ect sive Writing : Activity (para agraph writing g)  A SDL : Po ortfolio Item 2  P Paragraph Writing : Usin the simple present and W ng e d present progr p ressive (150 words) 0  R Reading : Sk and scan (2) kim n 3 Grammar: Past Perfect  P  P Past Perfect Progressive Vocabula ary:  V Verb forms SDL : Po ortfolio Item 3  R Review exerc cises : Prese and Past ent 4 Grammar : Future Simple  F  F Future Progre essive Reading : Comprehension 2  C SDL : Po ortfolio Item 4  W Writing: sente ence level (F Future and fu uture progressive) p 5 Grammar : Negative Yes No Questio s/ ons  N  T Question Tag ns  S Too, Neit So, ther, Not eith her, But Reading: Comprehension 3  C Re eferences/T Teaching M Materials/Equ uipment Pro For rma Textboo pp. 2-6 ok: Supplem mentary materials

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ING SCHEDULE TEACHI Week 6 Tutorial/Assi ignment Topic Lecture/T Grammar: Gerunds and Infinitives: R Review  G  G Gerunds and Infinitives: “ “Make, Have, Let, Have, and a Get” Gramma Test ar SDL : Self revis sion (prior to Grammar Te est) 7 Grammar: Adjective Cla auses with Su ubject Relative Pronouns s  A Reading: Comprehension 4  C SDL : Graded w writing exerci on gerun and infini ise nds itives 8 Grammar: Adjective Cla auses with O bject Relativ Pronouns ve  A Writing: Activity (para agraph writing g)  A SDL : Po ortfolio Item 6 m Review e exercises:  A Adjective Cla auses 9 Grammar: Modals and Similar Expre S essions  M  A Advisability in the Past n Reading: Comprehension 5  C Writing A Assignment due t SDL : Po ortfolio Item 7 Reading: Making note and Voca : es abulary 10 Grammar: The  T Passive: Overview Reading: Comprehension 6  C Vocabula exercise ary SDL : Re eading  G Graded exerc cises/ assign nment 11 Grammar: The s  T Passive with Modals and Similar Expressions Writing: Exercise  E Reading Assignmen due nt Re eferences/T Teaching M Materials/Equ uipment Textboo pp. 112, 124-132; 138 ok: 8144

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Supplem mentary mat terials Textboo pp. 270-2 ok: 276 Supplem mentary materials

Supplem mentary Materia als Textboo pp. 285-2 ok: 291, 295

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ING SCHEDULE TEACHI 12 Grammar r:  P Present Real Conditionals s  F Future Real Conditionals C Reading: Comprehension 7  C SDL : Po ortfolio Item 9  E Error identific cation and co orrection exe ercise (presen nt real condition r nals)  V Vocabulary exercises e 13 Grammar r:  P Present and Future Unrea Conditiona al als  E Embedded Questions Q Writing: Activity (paragraph writing g)  A SDL 10: Writing (sente ence level)- p present and future real  W conditional c 14  Revision and Review R Textboo pp. 314-3 ok: 320, 326-331 and sup pplementary materials

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IMPORT TANT: Conte ents of this Pro Forma sh hould not be changed with c hout Senate’’s for items in ndicated with *. h Changes to the other items can be approved at the Acade s b emy/Faculty/ /Institution/C Centre level. Academ my/Faculty/C Centre Departm ment Program mme Course Code* Course Title* Course Pre-requisit te(s)/ Minimum Requirem m ment(s) Self-learning Time ( (SLT) Credit H Hour Learning Outcome Faculty of L Languages and Linguistic cs English Lan nguage Bachelor of Biomedical Engineering f GTEE 1102 2 Academic Purposes English for A MUET Band 3, 4, 5 and 6 ds A pass in th Fundamen he ntals of English course (M MUET Bands 1 and 2) s Other equiv valent English language qualifications set by the University. q s U 120 3 At the end o the course students are able to : of e, 1. identif main ideas and supporting details from academ text fy mic releva to studen discipline ant nts 2. interp linear and non-linear texts related to their disc pret d ciplines. 3. organ nise informati in a cohe ion erent and effe ective manne er. 4. write t texts relevan to their disciplines. nt 5. apply appropriate skills and ex xpressions to communica verbally. o ate Writing skil ls, reading skills, organising ideas a s and effective presentatio e on skills The course aims to dev e velop studen proficien cy in terms of vocabular nts’ ry, reading, wr riting and sp peaking skills relevant to the discipl s o lines of stud dy. Emphasis is given to im s mproving skills in the org ganisation of information in both written and spoken communica n n ation. Lecture, tut torial, case st tudy & discussion

Transferable Skills Synopsis of Course e Content ts

Delivery Mode y (lecture, tutorial, wo orkshop, etc) Assessm ment Metho od

Continuous assessment : 50% s - clas test (15%) ss - por rtfolio (25%) - pre esentation (10 0%) Examination : 50% n Feedback in class, discussion with lecturers, dis n splay of test /coursework / grades.

Method of assessin ng students’ performa ance

Please refe to Kaedaher -Kaedah dan Peraturan-P n Peraturan Un niversiti Criteria of summati ive assessm Malaya (Pe ment engajian Ijaza Pertama)2 ah 2006 UM-PT0 01-PK03-BR0 003(BI)-S03

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Academ Year mic Semeste er/Term Course Code Course Title Credit H Hour Medium of Instruction m Course Pre-requisit te(s)/ Minimum Requirem m ment(s) Main Re eference

2010/2011 1/2 GTEE 1102 2 Academic Purposes English for A 3 English MUET Band 3, 4, 5 & 6 ds A pass in th Fundamen he ntals of English course (M MUET Bands 1 and 2) s Other equiv valent English language qualifications set by the University. q s U Cox, K. & D. Hill (2007) EAP No (Prelimin ow nary). New South Wale es: Pearson Philpot, S. & J.Soars (20 007) Academ Skills. Ox mic xford : Oxford University d Press Textbook, r reference boo oks, articles, online mate erials and pow werpoint. Lecture, tut torial, case st tudy & discussion Face to face 36 hours e: Guided Lea arning: Independen learning tim 84 hours nt me: s Communica ation skills : CS1 and CS2 C Lifelong lea arning & infor rmation mana agement skillls : LL1 Dr. Kulwind Kaur (Coor dr rdinator) TD1 79693119 / /[email protected] m.edu.my Refer to cur rrent teachin timetable ng

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ING SCHEDULE TEACHI Week 1 al ments Lecture Topic / Tutoria / Assignm Introduction to Course and settin of Portfolio Tasks ng o Vocabulary (V) : Wo Forms (P ord Parts of Spee ech) TOPIC : EDUCATION & LEARN ING N Reading (R): Effectiv reading (1 (2) & (3) ve 1), Languag for Writin (LW): Com ge ng mparing & co ontrasting Writing ( (W) : Writing a comparing & contrasti essay g ing Vocabulary (V): Usin the diction ng nary (1) & (2) TOPIC : INNOVATIO ONS IN HEAL LTH & MEDICINE R : Pre edicting conte / Avoiding plagiarism ent g LW : Rep phrasing graph W : Dev veloping & writing a parag w V : Rec cording voca abulary (1), (2 & (3) 2) TOPIC : LEARNING TO RESEAR RCH  F Finding inform mation  L Listing refere ences (APA s style)  V Verbs for rep porting anoth er writer’s ideas  C Crediting sou urces Coursew work - Asses ssment Open boo assessed exercise ok d TOPIC : URBAN PLA ANNING R : Parag graph purpos / Text coh se hesion W : Selec cting informa ation / Priorit ising/ Brains storming / Writing a persuasive article V : Colloc cations Coursew work - Portfo Item 1 : olio Unit 3 : P 25 Quest Pg. tion 9 (Write an article for a magazine r e) TOPIC : WATER, FO OOD & ENER RGY R : Findin informatio / Identifyi ng language for ng on e rephrasin and giving examples ng g LW : Intr roduction / Co onclusion / R Rephrasing & Giving examples s W : Introd duction / The Stateme / Conclus esis ent sion / Writing to Describe & Explain n V : Comp pound nouns / Compound adjectives s d Coursew work - Portfo Item 2 : olio Unit 4 : P Pgs. 32-33 Questions 4 & 6 (Writing in Q ntroduction & conclusio on) UM-PT0 01-PK03-BR0 004(BI)-S03 Textboo : Unit 4 ok R Reference/Te eaching M Materials/Equ uipment Prof Fo rma Textboo Supplementary ok: materia als Textboo : Unit 1 ok

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ING SCHEDULE TEACHI Week al ments Lecture Topic / Tutoria / Assignm TOPIC : TRENDS (P PROCESSING NON-LINE G EAR DATA) R : Interp preting non-li inear data LW : Lan nguage for de escribing non n-linear data a W : Using graph to pr g resent data / Writing a re eport using visual inf formation V : Prefix xes Coursew work - Assig gnment : Rep port on visu ual informat tion Pg.73 Qu uestions 6-7 ( Due Week 11) k TOPIC : FREE TRAD & FAIR T DE TRADE R : Distin nguishing fac speculatiions and reported opinion cts, ns / Identifyi viewpoints. ing LW : Exp pressing cert tainty, uncert tainty & caution W : Supp porting a view wpoint / Pres senting argum ments / Writing a opinion es an ssay V : Using a dictionar g ry Coursew work - Portfo Item 3 : olio Unit 5 : P 41 Quest Pg. tions 9 & 10 ( (Writing an opinion essay o y) TOPIC : CONVERSIN THE PAS NG ST R : Dealing with longe texts (1) & (2) er LW : Indicating reaso or result / Adding infor on rmation. W : Chec cking & Editin Writing / W ng Writing an Ev valuation Essay V : Collo ocations Coursew work Due – Submission o Report on visual S of informatio on TOPIC : WONDERS OF THE MO ODERN WOR RLD R : Cont textual clues LW : (1), (2) & (3) W : Verb for reportin another w bs ng writer’s ideas V : Suffix xes TOPIC : OLYMPIC BUSINESS B R : Maki notes ing LW : Exp pressing Con ntrast W : Process Writing / Writing a D iscursive Ess say V : Synonyms and An ntonyms Coursew work Due : Portfolio Subm P mission TOPIC : COMMUNIC CATION & TE ECHNOLOG GY R : Dealing with longe texts (3) & (4) er LW : Lan nguage for pr resentations W : Prep paring notes / slides for pr resentations V : Formal & Informal Vocabulary y Coursew work – Prepa aring for pres sentation Textboo : Unit 10 ok Textboo : Unit 7 ok Textboo : Unit 6 ok ok Textboo : Unit 5 R Reference/Te eaching M Materials/Equ uipment Textboo : Unit 9 ok

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IMPORT TANT: Conte ents of this Pro Forma sh hould not be changed with c hout Senate’’s for items in ndicated with *. h Changes to the other items can be approved at the Acade s b emy/Faculty/ /Institution/C Centre level. Academ my/Faculty/C Centre Departm ment Program mme Course Code* Course Title* Course Pre-requisit te(s)/ Minimum Requirem m ment(s) Self-lear rning Time ( (SLT) Credit H Hour Learning Outcome g Faculty of L Languages and Linguistic cs English Lan nguage Bachelor of Biomedical Engineering f GTEE 1103 3 Professiona Writing in English al E MUET Band 3, 4, 5 & 6 ds A pass in th Fundamen he ntals of English course (M MUET Bands 1 and 2) s Other equiv valent English language qualifications set by the University. q s U 120 3 At the end o the course students are able to : of e, 1. comp rehend the principles of writing for p rofessional purposes suc p p ch as usiing appropria format, la ate anguage stru uctures and expressions e 2. apply the principl les of writing for profes g ssional purpo oses includin ng releva ance, approp priateness an specificity nd y 3. write documents for the workplace u w using approp priate forma at, langu age structur and expr res ressions (e.g memos, emails, letter g. e rs, report and minutes) ts Writing and publishing professional documents f the workp p for place. This course introduces the basic principles o professio e s of onal writing in English rele evant to the purpose and needs of a d audience. St tudents will b be exposed to the various format, proc cesses and t text models that exemplify professiona writing. al Tutorial, ass signment and discussion

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Delivery Mode y (lecture, tutorial, wo orkshop, etc) Assessm ment Metho od

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Academ Year mic Semeste er/Term Course C Code Course T Title Credit H Hour Medium of Instruction Pre-requisit Course P te(s)/ Minimum Requirem m ment(s) Main Re eference

2010/2011 1/2 GTEE 1103 3 Professiona Writing in English al E 3 English MUET Band 3, 4, 5 & 6 ds A pass in th Fundamen he ntals of English course (M MUET Bands 1 and 2) s valent English language qualifications set by the University. h q s U Other equiv Taylor, S. (2 2000) Essential Commun nication Skills Harlow : Longman. s. Taylor, S. (2 2005) Comm munication for Business (4 Ed.) Esse : Longman r 4th ex Guffey, M.E & R.Almonte (2007) Es E. ssentials of B Business Com mmunication n. Toronto : Th hompson. Textbook, re eference boo oks, hands-o and power on r-point. Tutorial, ass signment and discussion d Face to face e: : 42 hours h Independen learning tim nt me : 78 hours h (Refer to Stu udent Learni Time ) ing Communica ation skills : CS1,CS2,CS C S3 Teamwork s skills : TS1, TS2 rning & information mana Lifelong lear agement skillls : LL1 Professiona Ethics and Moral: EM1 al Pn. Siti Nurb baya Mohd Nor N TD12 79673192/ s [email protected] um.edu.my Refer to the current Tea e aching Time-t table

Teaching Materials / Equipme ent Learning Strategies g s Student Learning Time

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ING SCHEDULE TEACHI Week 1 T signment To opic Lecture / Tutorial / Ass Setting of Task Methods, Concepts & system of C , Communication Breaking the Ice in Bu usiness Com mmunication Tone and Style; Mode commun d ern nication, ABC & KISS C concepts Jargon/Red s, dundant exp ressions Tone and Style; Mode commun d ern nication Jargon/R Redundant ex xpressions Memoran ndum: Forma Structure, Language Expressions/ at, , E / Tone Formal Letters: Lay-o Parts of F out, Formal Lette Letter of ers; Enquiry a Reply and Email & F Facsimile: Pu urpose, Form Languag mat, ge Expressio ons Recruitm ment Correspo ondence: Ap pplication, Re esume, Referenc ce Report W Writing: Proce ess, Formal R Report, Infor rmal Report/M Memo Meetings (Calling for a meeting): Types/Purp s poses; Notice e and Agen nda Meetings (Conducting a Meeting) s g )  C Chairman’s agenda a  R Roles of Cha Secretary Participant air/ y/ ts  S Simulation of Meetings Taking M Minutes Meetings (Post Meeting): Writing Minutes s Meetings (Group assignment): Se s etting of task k/Division of duties; Discussion/Pr reparing Cha airman’s Agenda Meetings Conducting a Meeting ( s: g (Group Presentation) Revision Re eferences / Teaching T Ma aterials / Eq quipment Textboo suppleme ok, entary materia and powerpoint als Textboo suppleme ok, entary materia and powerpoint als Textboo suppleme ok, entary materia and powerpoint als Textboo suppleme ok, entary materia and powerpoint als Textboo suppleme ok, entary materia and powerpoint als Textboo suppleme ok, entary materia and powerpoint als Textboo suppleme ok, entary materia and powerpoint als Textboo suppleme ok, entary materia and powerpoint als Textboo suppleme ok, entary materia and powerpoint als Textboo suppleme ok, entary materia and powerpoint als

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IMPORT TANT: Conte ents of this Pro Forma sh hould not be changed with c hout Senate’’s for items in ndicated with *. h Changes to the other items can be approved at the Acade s b emy/Faculty/ /Institution/C Centre level. Academ my/Faculty/C Centre Departm ment Program mme Course Code* Course Title* Course Pre-requisit te(s)/ Minimum Requirem m ment(s) Student Learning T t Time (SLT)* Credit H Hours* Learning Outcomes g s* Faculty of L Languages and Linguistic cs English Lan nguage Bachelor of Biomedical Engineering f GTEE 1104 4 Effective Pr resentation Skills S MUET Band 3,4,5 and 6 ds Pass Funda amentals of English (MUE Bands 1 and 2) E ET s Other equiv valent English Language qualifications set by the University 120 3 At the end o the course students are able to: of e, 1. expre ideas with appropriate language. ess e 2. const truct appropr riate visual aids for intere esting presen ntations. 3. organ nize ideas in a cohesive and cohe n erent manner for effectiv ve prese entations.    Organis ideas se Present Effectively t confidently Speak c

Transferable Skills

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This course will help students to develop pr e resentation skills that a s are required in their study The cours takes the students systematically y. se e through the important stages of pre e s esentations from plannin to handlin ng ng questions. S Students will also be exp posed to appr ropriate lang guage require ed for effective presentatio e ons. Student will practiise the skills learnt at th ts s he different sta ages via shor presentatio in class. rt ons Lecture, tuto orial, discuss sion(group and individua l), and visual aid using computer: v video(VCD) and audio(CD a D) Continuous Assessmen Short Pres nt: sentations (5 50%) Final Pres sentation (40 0%) Attendanc (10%) ce Feedback in class, discu n ussion with lecturers, dis splay of test/ coursework grades

Method of Delivery (lecture, tutorial, workshop, etc) Assessm ment Metho ods*

Methodo ologies for F Feedback on Perfo ormance

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Academ Year mic Semeste er/Term Course Code Course Title Credit H Hours Medium of Instructi m ion Course Pre-requisit te(s)/ Minimum Requirem m ment(s) Main Re eference

2010/2011 1/2 GTEE 1104 4 Effective Pr resentation Skills S 3 English Lan nguage MUET Band 3, 4, 5 and 6 d A pass in th Fundamen he ntals of English (for MUE Bands 1 and 2) ET a Other equiv valent English Language qualifications set by the University s 1. Gentzle Y.S. (200 Speaking and Presen er, 00). g nting. South-Western Thoms Learning: USA son 2. Paul, D (2003). Co D. ommunication Strategies . Thomson Learning: L Singap pore. 3. Dale, P And Wolf, J.C. (2006). Speech Com P. mmunication Made n Simple Pearson Education: US e. SA 4. Gambl e, T. And Ga amble, M. (20 002). Comm munication Works. W McGra aw-Hill: USA Comfort, J. (1998). Effective Presen ntations. Oxfo Universit Press: Hon ord ty ng Kong Lecture, tuto orial, discuss sion(group and individua l), and visual aid using computer: v video(VCD) and audio(CD a D) Face to face 36 hours e: Guided Lea arning: Independen learning: 84 hours nt 8 (Refer to St tudent Learning Time form) Communica ation Skills ( CS1-CS4) Team Skills (TS1) s Rema Meno on FR 27 [email protected] edu.my Refer to cur rrent teaching time table

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Short prese entations (50%) Weeks 4, 6, 9, 11 4 Final presen ntation (40% Week 14 %)

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TEACHI ING SCHEDULE k Week 1 2 3 4 5 6 ure/Tutorial/A /Assignment Topic Lectu Introduction to Course What m makes a pres sentation effe ective? Langua Focus: Time express age T sions and Tenses Presen ntation Practice Making a Good Intr g roduction to a Presentatio on Langua Focus: In age ntroducing Y Yourself and Your Talk Y Presen ntation Practice Class A Assessment: Introducti ion to a Presentation ( 10% ) Ways o Organizing a presentat of g tion Langua Focus: Linking Ideas age L s Presen ntation Practice Class A Assessment: Organisin a Present ng tation (15%) ) Advant tages of Speaking Rather Than Read r ding in a Pres sentation Langua Focus: Personal and Impersonal Styles age P d Presen ntation Practice How to Design and Use Good V Visual Aids Langua Focus: Describing Tr age D rends, Charts and Graphs s Presen ntation Practice Class A Assessment: Using Go ood Visual Aids (15%) A What M Makes an Effective Endin to a Prese ng entation Langua Focus: Endings age E Importa ance of Body Language y Langua Focus: Emphasizing and Minimiz age E zing Presen ntation Practice Class A Assessment: Appropria Endings (10%) ate s SPECIA BREAK (CUTI KHA AL AS) 12 What M Makes a Goo Presentatiion and Evaluating Effect od tiveness of Pres sentation Langua Focus: Delivery and Style age D Presen ntation Practice How to Handle Que estions Effec ctively Langua Focus: Asking and A age A Answering Qu uestions Presen ntation Practice T Textbook Unit 9 References s/Teaching Materials/E Equipment P Forma Pro T Textbook Unit 1 T Textbook Unit 1 T Textbook Unit 2 T Textbook Unit 2 T Textbook Unit 3 T Textbook Unit 3

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IMPORT TANT: Conte ents of this Pro Forma sh hould not be changed with c hout Senate’’s for items in ndicated with *. h Changes to the other items can be approved at the Acade s b emy/Faculty/ /Institution/C Centre level. Academ my/Faculty/C Centre Departm ment Program mme Course Code* Course Title* Course Pre-requisit te(s)/ Minimum Requirem m ment(s) Student Learning T t Time (SLT)* Credit H Hours* Learning Outcomes g s* Engineering g Biomedical Engineering Bachelor of Biomedical Engineering f KXEX 2163 3 Thinking an Communic nd cation Skills None 120 hours 3 At the end o this course students are able to: of e, a 1. Recogniz the ways words and phrases are u ze p used to conv a vey message e. ze 2. Recogniz the metho of thinking critically od g 3. Practice different thin nking method to solve a problem ds 4. Present ideas convin ncingly and work in group w p 5. Point out the importa t ance of know wledge in con ntemporary is ssues Thinking Sk kills, Communication Skills, Team Wo orks Introduction Objective, procedure evaluation explanation regardin n: e, n, ng thinking an communication skills Explain a nd s. and analyze ideas. Or e ral communica ation. Analyz and ev ze valuate argu uments. Lis stening skills. Determining source cre g edibility. Non n-verbal com mmunication. Recognizin ng persuasive language. Listening skills. Recogniz L zing fallacy. Interperson nal communica ation. Group interaction skills. Ba p n arriers in co ommunicatio on. Problem so lving & decis sion making. Applying co ommunication skills. n Lecture, Gro Discussion and Inter oup ractive Sessiion Continuous Assessment (Individual and Group): 100% Final Examiination : 0% Grades/mar for assign rks nment, test and/or individ a dual presenta ation announced in class and/or displayed on the notic board d ce Refer To Th University Of Malaya (First Degree Rules 2006 And he y ( e) University O Malaya (First Degree) Regulations 2006 Handb Of s book

Transferable Skills Synopsis of Course e Content ts

Method of Delivery (lecture, tutorial, workshop, etc) Assessm ment Metho ods*

Methodo ologies for F Feedback on Perfo ormance Criteria in Summati ive Assessm ment UM-PT0 01-PK03-BR0 003(BI)-S03

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Academ Year mic Semeste er/Term Course Code Course Title Credit H Hours Medium of Instructi m ion Course Pre-requisit te(s)/ Minimum Requirem m ment(s) Main Re eference

2010/2011 1/2 KXEX 2163 3 Thinking an Communic nd cation Skills 2 English None 1. Fisher, A (2001) Critical Thinking An Introduc g: ction, Cambr ridge: Cambrid University Press dge 2. Lumsdaiine, E & Lum msdaine, M (1 1995), Creatiive Problem Solving: Thinking Skills for a Changing World, New Yo McGraw g C ork: w-Hill, Inc. 3. Taylor, S Shirley (2002 Essential Communicatiion Skills, Ne York: 2) C ew Longman n Lecture Not and other materials like article, gr tes raphs, video clips, audio clips, paper etc. as thinking points. rs, Lecture, Gro Discussion, Interactive Session oup Face to face 42 e: Guided lear rning: Independen learning: 72 nt 7 Communica ation Skills (C CS1, CS2, CS3, CS4, CS CS6) S5, Critical Thin nking and Pro oblem Solvin Skills (CT 1, CT2, CT3, CT4) ng Refer to Lec cture Timeta able

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TEACHI ING SCHEDULE Week 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 Lecture/T Tutorial/Assi ignment Topic INTRODU UCTION –ob bjective, proc cedure, evalu uation, explanati regarding thinking skiills & commu ion g unication skills To deciph and inter her rpret ideas. Oral com mmunication Analyze a evaluate arguments and e Listening skills g Determin ning the credibility of a so ource Non-verb communic bal cation Identifyin persuasive language ng e Listening skills g Identifyin fallacy ng Interpersonal communication Group int teraction skil lls Commun nication obsta acles Problem solving and decision ma king Applicatio of commu on unication skillls Problem solving and decision ma king Re eferences/T Teaching M Materials/Equ uipment e Lecture Notes Lecture Notes e Lecture Notes e Lecture Notes e Lecture Notes e Lecture Notes e Lecture Notes e Lecture Notes e Lecture Notes e Lecture Notes e Lecture Notes e Lecture Notes e Lecture Notes e Lecture Notes e

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IMPORT TANT: Conte ents of this Pro Forma sh hould not be changed with c hout Senate’’s for items in ndicated with *. h Changes to the other items can be approved at the Acade s b emy/Faculty/ /Institution/C Centre level. Academ my/Faculty/C Centre Departm ment Program mme Course Code* Course Title* Course Pre-requisit te(s)/ Minimum Requirem m ment(s) Student Learning T t Time (SLT)* Credit H Hours* Learning Outcomes g s* Chancellory y Section for Co-curricular Courses, External Facu Electives & TITAS E ulty s (SKET) Bachelor of Biomedical Engineering f GXEX1412 Basic Entre epreneurship Culture None 80 hours 2 At the end o the course students are able to: of e, 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Transferable Skills Synopsis of Course e Content ts Explain the concept of entrepre ts eneurship an its importa nd ance. Explain the meaning of entrepre g eneurial ethic cs. Evaluat entreprene te eurial spirit in themselves n s. Apply c creativity and innovation in entreprene eurship. Develop a concrete business pla p an.

1. Report Writing Skills s 2. Present tation Skills This cours se will attempt to inculcate t the basic elements of entrepreneu urship in the students. In nitiatives are taken to ope their mind en ds te and motivat the entrep preneurial sp in this p pirit potential targ group. Th get he course enc compasses concepts an developm nd ment of entr repreneurshi ip, analysis of entreprene f eurship competency, eth hics of entr repreneurshi ip, creativity an innovation in entrepre nd n eneurship, bu usiness oppo ortunity, ability to start a bu usiness, deve eloping busin ness plans, s skills to run and manage a a e business. T The course also incorpo orates a pra actical applic cation of skills acquired th hrough joint or individual setting up and running of busines ss stalls to inc ulcate intere in the entrepreneurial spirit, provid meaningfull est de experience and expose students to a semblance of the busin e ness world. Lectures, S eminar and Entrepreneurship Practic cum Continuous Assessmen nt:70% Seminar - 10% % Business Plan - 10% % Entrepren neurship Practicum - 30% % Presentat tion - 20 % Final exam: 30% : Results will be displayed on notice board. d b

Method of Delivery (lecture, tutorial, workshop, etc) Assessm ment Metho ods*

Methodo ologies for F Feedback on Perfo ormance

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201 10/2011 1 XEX1412 GX Asa Pembuda as ayaan Keusa ahawanan 2 Bahasa Malays dan/atau Bahasa Ingg sia geris Tia ada

Academ Year mic Semeste er/Term Course Code Course Title Credit H Hours Medium of Instructi m ion Course Pre-requisit te(s)/ Minimum Requirem m ment(s) Main Re eference

1. Ab. Aziz Y Yusof, Prins Keusaha sip awanan, 200 03, Malaysia : Pearson n 2. 3. 4. 5.

Malaysia S Sdn. Bhd. Hisrich, R. D., Peters, M.P. & Shepherd, D.A, 2005, Entre epreneurship p, 6th. Edition Singapore : McGraw Hill. n, Kuratko, D D.F. & Hod dgetts, R.M. 2007, En ntrepreneurs ships theory y, process, pr ractice, 7th. Edition, Cana : Thoms South-Western. E ada son Lambing, P P.A. & Kuehl C.R. 2007, Entreprene l, , eurship, 4th. Edition, New w Jersey : Pe earson Educa ation, Inc. Rosli Mahm mood & rak kan-rakan, Prinsip-prinsiip Asas Keu P usahawanan n, 2007, Mala aysia : Thoms son.

Teachin Materials/ ng / Equipme ent Learning Strategies g s Student Learning T t Time

LCD projektor, komputer/ko omputer riba dan nota ku liah. Kuliah, Semina dan Praktik ar kum Keusahawanan Perjumpaan: 18 jam 8 Pembelajaran b berpandu: Pembelajaran b berdikari: 52 jam Penilaian: 10 ja am (Ru Masa Pembe ujuk borang M elajaran Pela ajar)

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Lecturer r Room Telepho one/e-mail Lecture/ /Tutorial/Pra actical Session n: Day/Tim me Venue Important Dates

Pensyarah SKE ET SK KET 03-7967 5429/5 5430/5671 Sila rujuk Jadua Waktu Kuliah a al

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IMPORT TANT: Conte ents of this Pro Forma sh hould not be changed with c hout Senate’’s for items in ndicated with *. h Changes to the other items can be approved at the Acade s b emy/Faculty/ /Institution/C Centre level. Academ my/Faculty/C Centre Departm ment Program mme Course Code* Course Title* Course Pre-requisit te(s)/ Minimum Requirem m ment(s) Student Learning T t Time (SLT)* Credit H Hours* Learning Outcomes g s* Chancellory y Section for Co-curricular Courses, External Facu Electives & TITAS E ulty s (SKET) Bachelor of Biomedical Engineering f GXEX1413 Introduction to Malaysia n a None 80 hours 2 At the end o the course students are able to: of e, 1. explain history, adm ministrative st tructure and Constitution of Malaysia. 2. explain places, race way of life values and culture of Malaysians. es, e, d M 3. demons strate effectiv interperso ve onal skills an teamwork. nd Transferable Skills Synopsis of Course e Content ts 1. Report Writing Skills s 2. Present tation Skills This course will explain the history and formatio of Malays It will als e n on sia. so discuss the national administrative structure an system of Malaysia, th e nd f he Malaysian Constitution culture, values, eth n, hnic orienta ation, nation nal integration, unity and gu uidelines on social interac s ctions with Malaysians. M Lectures an fieldwork nd Continuous Assessmen 50% nt: Present tation - 10% - 30% Report % Quiz - 10% % Final Exam ination: 50% % Results will be displayed on notice board. d b

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Academ Year mic Semeste er/Term Course Code Course Title Credit H Hours Medium of Instructi m ion Course Pre-requisit te(s)/ Minimum Requirem m ment(s) Main Re eference

2010/2011 1 GXEX1413 Pengenalan kepada Ma n alaysia 2 Bahasa Ing geris Tiada 1. Asma A Abdullah & Paul B. Pede ersen. (2003 Understan 3), nding multicu ultural Malay ysia: Delights puzzles & iirritations, Ku s, uala Lumpur: Prentic Hall Pears Malaysia Sdn. Bhd. ce son a 2. Cheah Boon Kheng (2002), Ma g. alaysia: The Making of a Nation, Singap pore: Institute of Southeast Asian Stu dies. e 3. Kahn, J and Loh Kok Wah (eds (1993), Fr J. K s). ragmented Vision: Cultur V re and Po olitics in Contemporary Malaysia, Syd M dney: Allen and Unwin. a LCD projekt kompute riba, nota kuliah tor, er k Kuliah dan Kerja Lapangan Perjumpaan : 20 jam n Pembelajar berpandu : ran u Pembelajar berdikari : 57 jam ran Penilaian: 3 jam (Rujuk bora Masa Pe ang embelajaran Pelajar)

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1. Kemahira Berkomun an nikasi (CS1-C CS3) 2. Kerja Ber rpasukan (TS S1) Pensyarah SKET SKET 03-7967 54 30/5671 Sila rujuk Ja adual Waktu Kuliah

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TEACHI ING SCHEDULE Week 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 pic al ments Lecture Top / Tutoria / Assignm Malaysian History: Malay Su ultanate of Malacca, Colo onisation Per riod and Independ dence Malaysian History: Formation of Malaysia System a Structure of National Administrati and e ion: Malaysian Governme Governm ent, mental System executive, m: legislative and judicia e ary Constitut tion: Federal and State Malaysian Cultural Co ontext Malaysian Values and Orientation d n Indigenou Groups and Others us National Integration and Unity a Interactin With Mala ng aysians: Commun nicating, Avoi iding Conflict Understan t, nding Nonverbal Be ehaviour Interactin With Mala ng aysians: Respecting Multiethnic Sensitivitie es Presenta ation Presenta ation Presenta ation R Reference/Te eaching M Materials/Equ uipment LCD, co omputer and lecture note es

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IMPORT TANT: Conte ents of this Pro Forma sh ould not be changed with c hout Senate approval. Minor amendm ment involving not more th 30% of th content ca be approv at the PT level. g han he an ved Tj Academ my/Faculty/C Centre Departm ment Program mme Course Code* Course Title* Course Pre-requisit te(s)/ m ment(s) Minimum Requirem Student Learning T t Time (SLT)* Credit H Hours* Learning Outcomes g s* Engineering g Biomedical Engineering Bachelor of Biomedical Engineering f KXEX 1110 0 al Fundamenta of Materia Sciences al None 

122 hours 3 At the end o the course students are able to: of e, 1. Explain t theory of basic atomic structure a the imperfection. the f and 2. Describe the phase diagram, materials chara e d acteristic and mechanical testing. 3. Discuss the characte eristic, proces ssing and ap pplication of polymer, ceramic and compos site 4. Give exa ample of som electrical and magnetiic properties of materials me s. Communica ation Skill, Pr roblem Solving, Team W Works Introduction to Materials science and engineerin g, atomic str n s d ructure and atomic bond ding. Crystal structure an imperfectio Steel cha nd on. aracteristic and process sing, phase diagram and engineering alloy. Chara d g acteristic. Processing and applicat tion of polym ceramic and compos mer, c site Lecture, Tut torial, Labora atory Continuous Assessment : 40% Final Examiination : 60% % Marks for C Continuous Assessment will be displa A w ayed on the student notic ce board befor the final exam and grades will be determined after the fin re e e nal examination n.

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Academ Year mic Semeste er/Term Course Code Course Title Credit H Hours Medium of Instructi m ion Course Pre-requisit te(s)/ Minimum Requirem m ment(s) Main Re eference

2010/2011 2 KXEX 1110 0 al Fundamenta of Materia Science al 3 English None 1. William F Smith and Javad Hashemi “Founda F. ation of Mate erials Sciencc ce and Engi neering” McG Graw Hill, 20 005. 2. William D Callister “F D. Fundamental of Materiall Science and ls Engineer ring”, John Wiley & Sons, 2004 W , 3. James F. Schakelford “Introductio to Materia Science for Engineers” . d on al Prentice Hall, 2008. 4. Traugott Fischer “Mat terial Science for Engine eering Studen Academic nts” Press, 20 008 5. David D. Rethwish an William D. Callister “Fu nd undamentals of Material s Science a Enginee and ering”, John Wiley & Sons 2007 W s, Lecture Not tes, Tutorial Questions an Lab Shee nd et Lectures, Tu utorial, Lab Face to face 56 hours e: Guided lear rning: 2 hour rs Independen learning: 61 hours nt 6 Communica ation Skills (C CS1, CS2), Problem Solv P ving (CT1) an Team nd Works (TS1 TS2) 1, Refer to Lec cture Timeta able

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TEACHI ING SCHEDULE Week 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 Lecture/T Tutorial/Assi ignment Topic Introduction to Materi ials Science and Enginee ering Atomic S Structure and Bonding Crystal and Amorpho structure in Materials ous Crystal and Amorpho structure in Materials ous Solidifica ation and Cry ystalline Impe erfection Diffusion Mechanic Propertie of Metals cal es Mechanic Propertie of Metals ( cal es (Continue) Phase Di iagrams and Engineering Alloys g Structure and Properties of Ceram e mics Applicatio and Proce on essing of Ce eramics Polymer and Compos sites Electrical and Magnetic Propertie s l Re eferences/T Teaching M Materials/Equ uipment Lecture Notes, Tuto e orial Question ns Lecture Notes, Tuto e orial Question ns Lecture Notes, Tuto e orial Question ns Lecture Notes, Tuto e orial Question ns Lecture Notes, Tuto e orial Question ns Lecture Notes, Tuto e orial Question ns Lecture Notes, Tuto e orial Question ns Lecture Notes, Tuto e orial Question ns Lecture Notes, Tuto e orial Question ns Lecture Notes, Tuto e orial Question ns Lecture Notes, Tuto e orial Question ns Lecture Notes, Tuto e orial Question ns Lecture Notes, Tuto e orial Question ns Lecture Notes, Tuto e orial Question ns

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IMPORT TANT: Conte ents of this Pro Forma sh ould not be changed with c hout Senate approval. Minor amendm ment involving not more th 30% of th content ca be approv at the PT level. g han he an ved Tj Academ my/Faculty/C Centre Departm ment Program mme Course Code* Course Title* Course Pre-requisit te(s)/ m ment(s) Minimum Requirem Student Learning T t Time (SLT)* Credit H Hours* Learning Outcomes g s* Engineering g Biomedical Engineering Bachelor of Biomedical Engineering f KXEX 1144 4 Foundations of Enginee s ering Calculus None 

80 hours 2 At the end o the course students are able to: of e, 1. Describe elementary special functions (e.g. ex xponential, lo and og, trigonome etric function which aris in enginee ns) se ering. 2. Practice t skills obt the tained from differential an integral ca d nd alculus to de eal with mod els in engine eering 3. Use the b basic calculu concepts and apply kn us a nowledge gained in subseque engineer ent ring courses or others

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Problem So olving and Te eam Works Functions. T Trigonometric and hyperb bolic function exponent functions ns, tial s, logarithmic functions. Co oncept doma and range of function, graphs of ain e function, Inv verse functio ons, combinin functions, composite functions, ng , f rational func ctions and pa artial function ns. erentiation. Concept of lim Continuit and types C mit. ty Limit contin uity and diffe of discontin uity. Derivati of trigono ive ometric and h hyperbolic fu unctions. Increasing a decreasing functions Implicit diff and s. ferentiation and the chain a n rule. Higher derivatives of functions. Critical poin minimum and r nts, m maximum o functions. of Integrals. In ndefinite integ grals with variable limits o integration Technique of n. e of integratio ons: integratio by partial fraction, inte on egration by substitution, s integration b parts. by Partial deriv vatives, highe order partial derivative Differentia er es. ation of composite f functions. Pa artial derivativ using Jac ve cobians.

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Continuous Assessment : 40% Final Examination : 60% Grades/marks for assignment, test and/or individual presentation announced in class and/or displayed on the notice board

Methodologies for Feedback on Performance

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Academ Year mic Semeste er/Term Course Code Course Title Credit H Hours Medium of Instructi m ion Course Pre-requisit te(s)/ Minimum Requirem m ment(s) Main Re eference

2010/2011 1/2 KXEX 1144 4 Fundament tals of Engineering Calcu ulus 2 English None 1. Modern E Engineering Mathematics (4th editio n), Glyn Jam (Edisons, mes Wesley), 2007 , 2. Advance Engineerin Mathematics, (8th edit ed ng tion), Erwin Kreyszig (Jo ohn Wiley), 2 2001 3. Engineer ring Mathem matics, (5th ed dition), K. A. Stroud and D.J. Booth (Palgrave 2007 e), 4. Further E Engineering Mathematics (3rd edition K. A. Stro s, n), oud an)) 1992 (MacMilla LCD Projec ctor, White Board, Lectur Notes, Tut B re torial Papers Main s, Reference Books Lecture/Tut torial/Problem solving and group disc m cussion 80 hrs Face to fac 34 hrs ce: rning: Guided lear Independen learning:43 hrs nt

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Communica ation Skills (C CS1, CS2), Critical Think C king and Problem Solving g (CT1, CT2, CT3), Team Works (TS1, TS2) and Life Long Le m earning (LL1, , LL2) Abdel aziz Mahrez 2, 8th floor, Engineering Building g 7967 5339/ /4445 – [email protected] u.my Refer to Le ecture Timeta able

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TEACHI ING SCHEDULE Week 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 Lecture/T Tutorial/Assi ignment Topic Concept domain and range of fun nction, graphs of function. One to on function. Composite fu ne unctions. Lim concept of mit o functions s. Concept of limit. Cont tinuity and d erivation of functions f Implicit differentiation and the cha rule. High derivative ain her es of functio ons. Critical po oints, minimu and max um ximum of func ctions. Trigonom metric functions and inver of Trigonometric rse functions s Hyperbol functions and inverse of hyperbolic functions. lic c Mid seme ester test. McClaurin series Taylor se eries Indefinite integrals, in e ntegration by parts. y Partial de erivatives, de efinition, dom main of the fu unction, dependent and indep pendent varia ables. Higher or rder partial derivatives, D Differentiation of composite n functions s. Differenti iation of Impl functions licit s. Partial de erivative usin Jacobians Differential operator. ng s. l Re eferences/T Teaching M Materials/Equ uipment Lecture notes and tu e utorial paper rs. Lecture notes and tu e utorial paper rs Lecture notes and tu e utorial paper rs Lecture notes and tu e utorial paper rs. Lecture notes and tu e utorial paper rs. Lecture notes and tu e utorial paper rs. Lecture notes and tu e utorial paper rs. Lecture notes and tu e utorial paper rs. Lecture notes and tu e utorial paper rs. Lecture notes and tu e utorial paper rs. Lecture notes and tu e utorial paper rs. Lecture notes and tu e utorial paper rs. Lecture notes and tu e utorial paper rs. Lecture notes and tutorial e t papers.

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IMPORT TANT: Conte ents of this Pro Forma sh ould not be changed with c hout Senate approval. Minor amendm ment involving not more th 30% of th content ca be approv at the PT level. g han he an ved Tj Academ my/Faculty/C Centre Departm ment Program mme Course Code* Course Title* Course Pre-requisit te(s)/ Minimum Requirem m ment(s) Student Learning T t Time (SLT)* Credit H Hours* Learning Outcomes g s* Engineering g Biomedical Engineering Bachelor of Biomedical Engineering f KXEX 1145 5 Basic Engin neering Algeb bra None  82 hours 2 At the end o this course students are able to: of e, a 1. Use DeM Moivre Theore and Eule Formula to determine the power an em er o t nd roots of c complex num mbers. 2. Explain th concepts of matrices, determinant ranks,eige he ts, envalues and d eigenvec ctors. 3. Solve sys stems of line equations and diagon alize square matrices. ear s e 4. Use the d product, cross produc and triple p dot c ct products of vectors to v determine the parame e etric equations and vecto equations of lines and or planes. Communica ation Skills, Critical Think C king and Prob blem Solving Skills, Team g m Works and Life Long lea arning and In nformation M Management
Complex num mbers: Additio substraction, multiplicatio and division. Complex on, on numbers in p polar form. Complex numbers in exponentt form. DeMoivre Theorem. Power and ro oots of comple number. Eu Formula. ex uler Matrices: Dia agonal, symme etric, skew sym mmetric, ortho ogonal, Hermitian, skew Hermitian an d unit matrix. Transpose. Determinant. M Minor, cofactor and adjoint. r Singular and non-singular matrices. Inve erse of matrix.. Linearly depe endent and linearly indep pendent vectors. Rank of a matrix. Homog genous and nonhomogenous system of linear equations. Existence off solutions and their s d properties. G Gaussian Elimination method Cramer’s R d. Rule. Eigenvalu and ues eigenvectors Diagonalizat s. tion. Cayley-H Hamilton Theor rem. bra: mension systems. Dot and Vector Algeb Cartesian Vector in two and three dim cross produc Parametric Equations and Vector Equa ct. d ations of lines. Skew Lines. . Equations of planes. Distance between a point and a plane. Distanc between tw ce wo e o wo g planes. Angle between two intersecting lines and ang le between tw intersecting planes. Triple products of vectors. e v

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Academ Year mic Semeste er/Term Course Code Course Title Credit H Hours Medium of Instructi m ion Course Pre-requisit te(s)/ Minimum Requirem m ment(s) Main Re eference

2010/2011 1/2 KXEX 1145 5 Basic Engin neering Algeb bra 2 English None 1. Modern E Engineering Mathematics (4th edition Glyn Jam (Edisons, n), mes Wesley), 2007 2. Advanced Engineerin Mathemat d ng tics, (8th edit tion), Erwin Kreyszig (Joh K hn Wiley), 20 001 3. Theory a nd Problems of Vector Analysis, (2nd edition), Mu s A d urray R. Spiegel (S Schaum's se eries) 2008 4. Engineer ring Mathema atics, (5th ed dition), K. A. Stroud and D.J. Booth D (Palgrave 2007 e), 5. Further E Engineering Mathematics, (3rd edition K. A. Stro M n), oud (MacMilla an)) 1992 LCD Projec ctor, White Bo oard, Lecture Notes, Tuto e orial Papers, Main , Reference B Books Lectures an Tutorials nd Face to face e:34 hrs Guided lear rning: Independen learning:43 hrs nt 3 (Refer to St tudent Learning Time form m)

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Communica ation Skills (C CS1, CS2), Critical Think C king and Prob blem Solving g (CT1, CT2, CT3), Team Work (TS1) and Life Lon Learning and m ) ng Information Managemen (LL1). nt Wong Peng Choon/Den Chai Ling g ng 127/139 79674340/ w [email protected] m.edu.my 79674333/c [email protected] edu.my Refer to Lec cture Timeta able

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TEACHI ING SCHEDULE Week 1 2 3 4 Lecture/T Tutorial/Assi ignment Topic CHAPTE 1 COMPL ER LEX NUMBE RS. Introduc ction. Operation Conjugat Solution o polynomia equation. ns. te. of al Argand d diagram. Pola form. Mod ar dulus. Exponential form. De Moivr re's theorem. N-th root. . CHAPTE 2 MATRIX ALGEBRA ER X A. Basic con ncepts. Prop perties of mat operation trix ns. Transpos Determinants. se. Inverse. A Applications to linear equ uations. Cram mer's Rule. Gaussian elimination. n Eigenvalu and eige ues envectors. Ca ayley-Hamilt theorem. ton Linear de ependence. Row echelon matrix. Red R n duced row echelon m matrix. Diagonalization. MID-SEM MESTER TES ST. CHAPTE 3 VECTOR ALGEBRA ER A. Basic con ncepts. Carte esian compo onents. Vectors in space. App plications in geometry. Equations of lines in space. Linear co ombination and linear dep pendence. Dot product. D Projection of a vector r. Applicatio of vector projection. Cross product and its ons r applicatio ons. Triple pro oduct. Re eferences/T Teaching M Materials/Equ uipment Lecture notes and tu e utorial paper rs. Lecture notes and tu e utorial paper rs Lecture notes and tu e utorial paper rs Lecture and tutoria es als. Lecture notes and tu e utorial paper rs.

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IMPORT TANT: Conte ents of this Pro Forma sh ould not be changed with c hout Senate approval. Minor amendm ment involving not more th 30% of th content ca be approv at the PT level. g han he an ved Tj Academ my/Faculty/C Centre Departm ment Program mme Course Code* Course Title* Course Pre-requisit te(s)/ Minimum Requirem m ment(s) Student Learning T t Time (SLT)* Credit H Hours* Learning Outcomes g s* Engineering g Biomedical Engineering Bachelor of Biomedical Engineering f KXEX 2244 4 fferential Equations Ordinary Dif None  80 hours 2 At the end o the course student’s are able to: of e, a 1. Identify t order and linearity of an ODE and verifying wh the d d hether a give en function is a solution or not. 2. Solve firs order ODE st E. 3. Solve lin near second order ODE analytically. o a 4. Solve lin near second order ODE in series form o n m. Problem So olving. Fundamenta concepts and definitions in ODE, In al a nitial value problem, Firs p st order ODE: separable, linear, exact equations an equations reducible to nd s o those forms Integrating factor. Linea equation o higher order: Linearly s. ar of independen solutions, Wronskian, Lagrange’s re nt W L eduction of order, o complemen ntary function and particular solutions the metho of ns s, od ed nts, tion of param meters, Euler r-Cauchy’s undetermine coefficien the variat equation. Se eries solution method: po ower series, convergence, series solution at o ordinary and singular points, the meth of Frobe hod enius Lectures an Tutorials nd Continuous Assessment : 40% Final Examiination : 60% % Grades/mar for assign rks nment, test and/or individ a dual presenta ation announced in class and/or displayed on the notic board d ce

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Academ Year mic Semeste er/Term Course Code Course Title Credit H Hours Medium of Instructi m ion Course Pre-requisit te(s)/ Minimum Requirem m ment(s) Main Re eference

2010/2011 1/2 KXEX 2244 4 fferential Equations Ordinary Dif 2 English/Bah hasa None 1. Engineer ring Mathema atics (5th Ed), K Stroud & D Booth, Palgrave P (2001) 2. Advanced Engineerin Mathemat (8th Ed), Erwin Kreys d ng tics szig, John Wiley (19 998) 3. Modern E Engineering Mathematics (2nd Ed), G s Glyn James, AddisonWesley ( 1996) 4. Frank Ay yres Jr, Schaum’s Outline Series: Diffe e ferential Equa ations, McGraw Hill, 1972 Lecture note ,Tutorial papers es p Lectures, Tu utorials Face to face 32 hours e: Guided lear rning: Independen learning: 45 hours nt 4 Communica ation skills (C CS1, CS2), Critical Thinkiing and Prob C blem Solving Skills (CT1, CT2, CT3), Team Work (TS1) and L Long Lea Life arning and Information Managemen (LL1). nt Refer to Lec cture Timeta able

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TEACHI ING SCHEDULE Week 1 Lecture/T Tutorial/Assi ignment Topic Introduction to the course, Funda mental conc cept and definition in ODE: or ns rder, degree, linear, solut , tion, Initial value pro oblem ODE of fi order, dir irst rect integratio linear equation on, ODE reducible to line e.g. Bern ear: noulli’s equat tion. Separabl equation. le Homegen neous of order n, ODE re educible to separable or homogen neous. Exact equations, intergrating facto or. Fundame ental concepts in linear O ODE of highe order: er linearly in ndependent solutions, W s Wronskian, superposition. Linear ho omogeneous equation wiith constant coefficients. s c Lagrange reduction of order e’s Nonhomo ogeneous lin near equation particular solutions. n, s The meth of undete hod ermined coe efficients and variation of paramete ers. Euler-Cauchy’s equat tion. Power se eries, test and convergen nce. Series so olution for OD (ordinary point) DE y The meth of Frobenius (singula point) hod ar Re eferences/T Teaching M Materials/Equ uipment Lecture Notes e

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IMPORT TANT: Conte ents of this Pro Forma sh ould not be changed with c hout Senate approval. Minor amendm ment involving not more th 30% of th content ca be approv at the PT level. g han he an ved Tj Academ my/Faculty/C Centre Departm ment Program mme Course Code* Course Title* Course Pre-requisit te(s)/ Minimum Requirem m ment(s) Student Learning T t Time (SLT)* Credit H Hours* Learning Outcomes g s* Engineering g Biomedical Engineering Bachelor of Biomedical Engineering f KXEX 2245 5 Vector Anallysis KXEX 1144 and KXEX 1145 4 80 hours 2 At the end o the course students are able to: of e, 1. Define th scalar and vector func he d ctions 2. Use grad dient, diverge ence and Cu for engine url eering applica ations 3. Use line intergrals, surface interg grals and volu ume intergra for als engineer ring applicati ions 4. Use Stok and Gau Theorem’s for engine kes uss eering applica ations Communica ation Skills, Problem Solv P ving and Tea Works am Differentiatio & Integra on ation Of Vecto Function. Gradient, Divergence & or Curl. Directiional Derivat tive. Line, Su urface & Volu ume Integrals Curvilinea s. ar Coordinates Gauss The s. eorem & Stokes’ Theorem m LECTURES AND TUTO S ORIALS Continuous Assessment : 40% Final Examiination : 60% % rks nment, test and/or individ a dual presenta ation Grades/mar for assign announced in class and/or displayed on the notic board d ce

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Academ Year mic Semeste er/Term Course Code Course Title Credit H Hours Medium of Instructi m ion Course Pre-requisit te(s)/ Minimum Requirem m ment(s) Main Re eference

2010/2011 1/2 KXEX 2245 5 Vector Anallysis 2 English KXEX1144 and KXEX 1145 1. T. Duffy, Tim Duffy Lab Series : Excel 97, Ad dison-Wesle 1996. , L E ey, 2. E. Part-E Enander, A.S Sjoberg, B. Melin & M. Isa M aksson, The Matlab Handboo Addison-Wesley, 199 ok, 96. 3. Eva Part t-Enander, The Matlab Handbook, Ad T ddison Wesle 1996. ey, 4. P.R. Toliiver & Y> Johnson, Selec cted Lab Ser ries : Project for Microso ts oft Excel 97 Addison-W 7, Wesley, 1998. 5. George L Lindfield and John Penny Numericall Methods Us d y, sing Matlab, Prentice Hall, 1999. Lectures No otes and Tuto orial Sheets Lecture, Tut torial, Proble Solving em Face to face 34 hours e: Guided lear rning: Independen learning: 42 hours nt 4 Communica ation Skills (C CS1, CS2, CS3), Critical Thinking and Problem d Solving Skillls (CT1, CT2 Team Wo (TS1, TS2 2), ork 2) Refer to Lec cture Timeta able

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TEACHI ING SCHEDULE Week 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 Lecture/T Tutorial/Assi ignment Topic Scalar & Vector Func ctions Continuit & Different ty tiability Of Sc calar & Vecto Functions or Gradient, Divergence & Curl. Dire , e ectional Deriv vatives Identities For Del Ope s erator, The P Proofs Using Summation Notations s Line Integ grals Surface Integrals Surface Integrals Volume Integrals Currilinea Coordinate With Ds & Dv ar es Integral D Definition Of Divergence & Curl Gauss Th heorem Stokes’ T Theorem Examples On Gauss Theorem & Stokes’ Theo s orem Re eferences/T Teaching M Materials/Equ uipment Lecture Notes e Lecture Notes e Lecture Notes e Lecture Notes e Lecture Notes e Lecture Notes e Lecture Notes e Lecture Notes e Lecture Notes e Lecture Notes e Lecture Notes e Lecture Notes e Lecture Notes e Lecture Notes e

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IMPORT TANT: Conte ents of this Pro Forma sh ould not be changed with c hout Senate approval. Minor amendm ment involving not more th 30% of th content ca be approv at the PT level. g han he an ved Tj Academ my/Faculty/C Centre Departm ment Program mme Course Code* Course Title* Course Pre-requisit te(s)/ Minimum Requirem m ment(s) Student Learning T t Time (SLT)* Credit H Hours* Learning Outcomes g s* Engineering g Biomedical Engineering Bachelor of Biomedical Engineering f KXEX 2166 6 Law and En ngineer None 80 hours 2 At the end o the course students are able to: of e, 1) Describe the effect of law on the society with e e f s emphasis on engineers. n 2) Apply pri nciples of law on a given situation to identify liabilities under w n the law. 3) Identify le egal wrongs and their consequences 4) Analyse llegal principl to avoid conflicts in so les c ociety. 5) Explain c contractual obligations 6) Explain le egal dimensi ions for relev vant aspects of human be ehaviour Communica ation Skills, Team Works and Informa T ation Manage ement Introduction to law and its functions, the basis of laws in relation to the n i f area of eng ineering with emphasis on the laws o tort, contra and h o of act intellectual p property, Act of Parliam ts ment that are relevant to these areas Lecture, Gro Discussion, Interactive Session oup Continuous Assessment : 40% % Final Examiination : 60% Grades/mar for assign rks nment, test and/or individ a dual presenta ation announced in class and/or displayed on the notic board d ce

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Academ Year mic Semeste er/Term Course Code Course Title Credit H Hours Medium of Instructi m ion Course Pre-requisit te(s)/ Minimum Requirem m ment(s) Main Re eference

2010/2011 1/2 KXEX 2166 6 Law and En ngineer 2 English None 1. Law of t torts in Mala aysia, 2nd Ed., Norchaya Haji Talib, Petaling Jaya, E a Selango r, Sweet & Maxwell Asia, 2003. M 2. Prinsip-prinsip asas tort, Norch s haya Haji Tallib Petaling Jaya, J Selangor, Sweet & Maxwell, 20 006. 3. Pengena alan kepada sistem per a rundangan d Malaysia, Noor Aziah di Haji Mohd. A Awal, Kuala Lumpur, Inter L rnational Law Book Servi w ices, 2005. 4. Undang -undang ko ontrak di Malaysia, 2nd E Salleh Buang, Kuala Ed., B a Lumpur, Central Law Book Co., 1995. w 1 5. Introduc ction to inte ellectual property law, 4 Ed., Phillips, Jeremy, 4th London, Butterworths 2001. s, Lecture Not tes Lecture, Gro Discussion,Interactiv session oup ve Face to face 28 hours e: Guided lear rning: Independen learning: 48 hours nt 4 Communica ation Skills (C CS1, CS2, CS3), Critical Thinking and Problem d Solving Skillls (CT1, CT2 CT3), Team Woks (TS TS2) and Life Long 2, S1, Learning an Informatio Management Skills (LL LL2). nd on L1, Refer to Lec cture Timeta able

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TEACHI ING SCHEDULE Week 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 Lecture/T Tutorial/Assi ignment Topic Introduction to the Ma alaysia legal system in Malaysia M Introduction to the law of tort in M w Malaysia and concepts of tort under the title a in ntentional tor against th person. rts he Trespass to land. s Interferen with goods nce Tort of nu uisance. Tort of Negligence. Strict liab bility tort and vicarious lia ability. Defences to tort. s Introduction to law of contract and the making of contracts d g s. Contents of contracts s s. Meaning of void, void dable and vallid contracts. Discharge of contract t/remedies fo breach of valid or v contracts s. Remedie for void an voidable c es nd contracts. Re eferences/T Teaching M Materials/Equ uipment Lecture Notes e Lecture Notes e Lecture Notes e Lecture Notes e Lecture Notes e Lecture Notes e Lecture Notes e Lecture Notes e Lecture Notes e Lecture Notes e Lecture Notes e Lecture Notes e Lecture Notes e Lecture Notes e

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IMPORT TANT: Conte ents of this Pro Forma sh ould not be changed with c hout Senate approval. Minor amendm ment involving not more th 30% of th content ca be approv at the PT level. g han he an ved Tj Academ my/Faculty/C Centre Departm ment Program mme Course Code* Course Title* Course Pre-requisit te(s)/ Minimum Requirem m ment(s) Student Learning T t Time (SLT)* Credit H Hours* Learning Outcomes g s* Engineering g Biomedical Engineering Bachelor of Biomedical Engineering f KXEX 2162 2 Economics, Finance and Engineers , d None 82 hours 2 At the end o this course students are able to: of e, a 1. Understa the fundamental idea that econo and as omics has to offer and o apprecia the power and relevan of micro economics to engineerin ate nce t ng professio on. 2. Discuss key ideas in economic analysis that a address the economic problem of how to allocate scarce resources among unlim e mited wants. ze 3. Recogniz the very practical needs of the eng p gineer towar making rds informed financial de d ecisions in an engineering project. n g 4. Apply the concept of Time Value of Money an discounte cash flow in e f nd ed investme decision making and financial ma ent anagement Communica ation Skills, Critical Think C king and Prob blem Solving Skills, g Teamwork a Life Long Learning and Informatiion Managem and a ment. This course introduces the economic principles a analytica tools e t and al needed to th hink intellige ently about ec conomic prob blems. The course begin c ns by focusing on microeco onomics, in which studen will examine the w nts concept and principles of individual consumer an firm behaviour. In the d o c nd second part of the cours deals with the thought processes, concepts, t se h t methods, an knowledg bases use by enginee to cost engineering nd ge ed ers projects and to evaluate the merit of making a pa d e f articular inve estment, and to chose the best of a se e eries of alternative invest tments to achieve a desired obje ective Lecture and Case Study d y Continuous Assessment : 40% Final Examiination : 60% % Grades/mar for assign rks nment, test and/or individ a dual presenta ation announced in class and/or displayed on the notic board d ce

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Academ Year mic Semeste er/Term Course Code Course Title Credit H Hours Medium of Instructi m ion Course Pre-requisit te(s)/ Minimum Requirem m ment(s) Main Re eference

2010/2011 1 KXEX 2162 2 Economy, F Finance and Engineer 2 English None Textbook: 1. William A McEacher “McEache A. rn, ern’s Econom mics : A Contemporary Introduct tion”, Sevent Edition, Th th homson Lear rning, 2005. 2. Chan S. Park, Conte emporary Eng gineering Ec conomics, Th Edition, hird Prentice Hall, New Je ersey. 2002 References s: 1. Pindyck Rubinfield, “Micro Econo “ omics”, Sixth Edition, Pre entice Hall, New Jers rsey, 2000 2. Blank Ta arquin, “Engineering Economy”, Sixth Edition, McGrawh Hill.2005 5

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Lecture Not tes, Current Economics Articles (Dom A mestic and In nternational), Relevant we ebsites Lecture, Ca Study ase Face to face 28 hrs e: Guided lear rning: Independen learning:51 hrs nt 1 Communica ation Skills (C CS1, CS2, CS3), Critical Thinking and Problem d Solving (CT CT2, CT3 Team Work (TS1) and Life Long Learning and T1, 3), d L Information Managemen (LL1, LL2) nt ) Baharuddin Khalid

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TEACHI ING SCHEDULE Week 1 Lecture/T Tutorial/Assi ignment Topic Introduction to Econo omics The Econ nomic Proble Scarce R em: Resources, Unlimited U Wants - Oppo ortunity Cost - Produ uction Possib bilities - Econ nomic System ms 2 The Chal llenge of Eco onomics: Loo oking at Mala aysia Entrepre eneurial Econ nomy 3 Introduction to the Micro Econom ics - Basic Demand and Supply An alysis - Chang in Equilib ges brium Price a Quantity and y Market S System - Elastic of Dema and Supp city and ply - Consu umer Choice and Deman e nd Productio and Cost in The Firm on - The P Production function and e efficiency - Produ uction and Co in the Sh ort run ost - Costs in the Long run. s Engineer ring Economic Decisions - Evaluation of cost and benefiits associated ts with m making a cap pital investme ent - Under rstanding Fin nancial State ements Time Value of Money y - How t time and inte erest affect m money - General principles of economi c s equiva alence - Nomin and effec nal ctive interest rates Money M Management - Debt m management - Principles of Inves sting Ch 2 & 3 Article Re eferences/T Teaching M Materials/Equ uipment Mc Eac Ch 1 crn

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TEACHI ING SCHEDULE Week 10 Lecture/T Tutorial/Ass signment To opic Annual W Worth Analysis - Annua equivalent criterion al t - Evaluating Alterna atives by AW Analysis W Rate of R Return Analysis - Metho for findin the ROR ods ng - IRR c criterion Developing Project Cash Flows C - Benef fit/Cost analy for engin ysis neering projec cts - Devel loping Cash Flow Statem ments Inflation a Its Impact on Project Cash Flows and t s - Equiv valence calcu ulations unde Inflation er - Effect of Inflation on Project C ts Cash Flows Referen nces/Teachi ing Materia als/Equipme ent Ch 6

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IMPORT TANT: Conte ents of this Pro Forma sh ould not be changed with c hout Senate approval. Minor amendm ment involving not more th 30% of th content ca be approv at the PT level. g han he an ved Tj Academ my/Faculty/C Centre Departm ment Program mme Course Code* Course Title* Course Pre-requisit te(s)/ Minimum Requirem m ment(s) Student Learning T t Time (SLT)* Credit H Hours* Learning Outcomes g s* Engineering g Biomedical Engineering Bachelor of Biomedical Engineering f KXEX 2165 5 Moral and E Ethics in Eng gineering Pro ofession None 80 hours 2 At the end o this course students are able to: of e, a 1. Understa the impli and ications of moral and eth ics in engine m eering works 2. Describe the basis of moral & eth e hics behind t promulga the ation of code es of ethics s(COE) which are adopted by profess h sional engine eering bodies s 3. Understa the practical needs of COE to reg and o gulate engineering practices s 4. Realise t implicatio of moral & ethics for e the on engineers’ be ehaviour 5. Assess b between goo and bad course of actiions when fa od acing with corporate decision which need to be made in their organis e w o sation Communica ation Skills, Teamwork, Professional E T P Ethics and Moral and M Leadership Skills. Introduction to engineer n ring professio and implic on cation of eng gineering career. Mor religious and ethical theories &cur ral, rrent Codes of Ethics. Responsibillities and righ of Enginee and impliication of pub welfare ht ers blic and loyalty t employer. Environmen ethics, ri sks, liability and law. to . ntal Roles of En ngineers on sustainable development and globalis s d t sation Lecture, Ca Study ase Continuous Assessment (Individual and Group A Assignments 100% s): Grades/mar for assign rks nment, test and/or individ a dual presenta ation announced in class and/or displayed on the notic board d ce

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Academ Year mic Semeste er/Term Course Code Course Title Credit H Hours Medium of Instructi m ion Course Pre-requisit te(s)/ Minimum Requirem m ment(s) Main Re eference

2010/2011 2 KXEX 2165 5 Moral and E Ethics in Eng gineering Pro ofession 2 English None 1. Mitcham m,C, Duval , R.S, Enginee R ering Ethics, Prentice Hal ll 2. AKTA PE ENDAFTARA JURUTE AN ERA 1967 & P PERATURANPERATU URAN, Intern national Law Book Servic ces 3. ENGINE EERING PRO OFESSIONA ALISM AND E ETHICS, The Institution o e of Enginee rs Malaysia(IEM) 4. Harris,C .E,Pritchard, ,M.S,Rabins, M.J, Engine , eering Ethics Concepts s, and Cas ses, Thompso Wardsworth on 5. Reading s: a) Ingenieur –BEM publication b JURUTERA IEM b) Apublicatio on 6. Davis, M Michael. Thinking Like an Engineer. N New York: Ox xford, 1998. 7. Fledderm mann, Charle B. Engineering Ethics. Upper Sadd River, NJ es . dle J: Prentice Hall, 1999. Lecture Not Computer LCD te, r, Lecture, Ass signment Face to face 28 hours e: Guided lear rning: Independen learning:52 hours nt 2 Communica ation Skills (C CS1, CS2, CS3, CS4), Te eam Work (T TS1, TS2), Professiona Ethics (EM EM2, EM3) and Mora and Leader al M1, al rship Skills (LS1, LS2). Prof. Madya Ir. Mustafar Ab. Kadir a

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TEACHI ING SCHEDULE Week 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 Lecture/T Tutorial/Assi ignment Topic Morals A Engineer And ring Professio and Professionalism on Ethical Theories Codes of Ethics f Loyalty a Honesty in Engineerin and ng Engineer ring as Exper riment Ethics in Research Engineer ring Ethics ,C Conflict and C Conflict Reso olution Engineer ring Ethics ,C Conflict and C Conflict Reso olution Rights an Responsib nd bilities of Eng gineers Risks, Sa afety and Lia ability Ethics an Environme nd ent Sustainable Developm ment Re eferences/T Teaching M Materials/Equ uipment Lecture Note e Lecture Note e Lecture Note e Lecture Note e Lecture Note e Lecture Note e Lecture Note e Lecture Note e Lecture Note e Lecture Note e Lecture Note e Lecture Note e Lecture Note e Lecture Note e

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IMPORT TANT: Conte ents of this Pro Forma sh ould not be changed with c hout Senate approval. Minor amendm ment involving not more th 30% of th content ca be approv at the PT level. g han he an ved Tj Academ my/Faculty/C Centre Departm ment Program mme Course Code* Course Title* Course Pre-requisit te(s)/ Minimum Requirem m ment(s) Student Learning T t Time (SLT)* Credit H Hours* Learning Outcomes g s* Engineering g Biomedical Engineering Bachelor of Biomedical Engineering f KUEU 1130 0 Statics None 80 2 At the end o the course students are able to: of e, 1. Classify force system ms. 2. Solve for rces and mo oments acting on rigid bod g dies in equilibrium in 2D and 3D s systems. 3. Classify forces that exist within st e tationary and moving stru d uctures. 4. Solve pro roblems involving geomet trical propert ties of figures and actions s s of distrib buted forces. 5. Explain t effects of friction and to solve pro the f oblems involv ving applicatio in mecha on anical system ms. 6. Solve pro roblems involving rigid bo odies in equillibrium using the virtual g work me ethod. This course introduces force system force and moment in 2D and 3D e f ms, 2 systems, fo rces that exist within stat tionary and m moving structures, geometricall properties of figures, ac o ctions of distr ributed forces and rigid s, bodies in eq quilibrium. Lecture Continuous Assessment : 40% Final Examiination : 60% % Marks for C Continuous Assessment will be display on the student notice A w yed s e board befor the final ex re xam and grades will be d determined after the final a examination n.

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KUEU 1130 0 Statics 2 English None 1. Wan Abu Bakar Wan Abas. Meka Kejurute u n anik eraan Statik, Edisi Ke-2, Dewan B Bahasa dan Pustaka, 200 01; 2. Wan Abu Bakar Wan Abas. Kamus Mekanik Gunaan, De u n ewan Bahasa a dan Pust taka, 1991; 3. Enginee ring Mechan books wr nics ritten by Mer riam & Kraige Hibbeler, e, and Bee & Johnston er n. Reference B Books, Lectu Notes ure Lecture Face to face 28 hours e: Guided lear rning: 0 Independen learning: 48 hours nt 4 (Refer to St tudent Learning Time form m)

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TEACHI ING SCHEDULE Week 1 Lecture/T Tutorial/Assi ignment Topic Introduction to statics s. Force sys stems (force and momen equivalent force nt, t systems) ) Introduction to statics s. Force sys stems (force and momen equivalent force nt, t systems) ) Equilibriu Free bod diagrams and equilibrium equation um: dy ns for 2D an 3D system nd ms. Equilibriu Free bod diagrams and equilibrium equation um: dy ns for 2D an 3D system nd ms. Structura analysis (tr al russes, frame and machines) es, Structura analysis (tr al russes, frame and machines) es, Geometrical propertie of figures: centre of gr es : ravity, and fir rst and seco moments of areas. ond s Geometrical propertie of figures: centre of gr es : ravity, and fir rst and seco moments of areas. ond s Distribute forces ed Distribute forces ed Friction: P Phenomena of friction, w wedges, screw bearing, w, belt Friction: P Phenomena of friction, w wedges, screw bearing, w, belt Virtual wo ork Virtual wo ork Re eferences/T Teaching M Materials/Equ uipment Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s

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IMPORT TANT: Conte ents of this Pro Forma sh ould not be changed with c hout Senate approval. Minor amendm ment involving not more th 30% of th content ca be approv at the PT level. g han he an ved Tj Academ my/Faculty/C Centre Departm ment Program mme Course Code* Course Title* Course Pre-requisit te(s)/ Minimum Requirem m ment(s) Student Learning T t Time (SLT)* Credit H Hours* Learning Outcomes g s* Engineering g Biomedical Engineering Bachelor of Biomedical Engineering f KUEU 1150 0 Human Ana atomy and Ph hysiology I None 120 3 At the end o the course students are able to: of e, 1. Explain o organization structure of human anat tomy. 2. Explain e each stage of cell differentiation, cell function and cell o d as functi onal unit for physiologica system. al 3. Distinguiish each tiss type in ea human o sue ach organ. 4. Explain t basic stru the ucture of cell and the phy ysiological ev vents occur i in the cell. 5. Describe physiology functional or e rgan systems for muscles, central and s periphera nervous system, physiological of re ral eflexes, card diovascular and resp piration syste ems. 6. Apply the physiology knowledge towards the biomedical engineering e y e practices and applica s ations. Analysis This course introduces the basics of human ana e atomy and ph hysiology. Th he topics cove ered are hum anatomy cell differe man y, entiation, tiss types, cell sue al p e nd as functiona unit for physiological system type of muscles, central an peripheral n nervous syst tem, physiological of ref flexes, cardiovascular an nd the body. Later apply th respiration systems as a physiolog gical unit in t he t nd physiology knowledge towards the biomedical engineering practices an applications s. Lecture, Tut torial Continuous Assessment : 40% Final Examiination : 60% % Marks for C Continuous Assessment will be displa A w ayed on the student notic ce board befor the final exam and grades will be determined after the fin re e e nal examination n.

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KUEU 1150 0 Human Ana atomy and Ph hysiology I 3 English None 1. Donna M Van Wyns M. sberghe, Cha arles R. Noba & Robert Carola. 199 ack 95 Human A Anatomy and Physiology 3rd Edition. Mc-Graw Hill. ISBN: 0d y. 07-0111 71-5. 2. Eric Wise 1998. Ana e. atomy and Physiology La aboratory Ma anual. McGraw Hilll. ISBN 0-69 97-20554-1. 3. Elaine M Marieb. 1998. Human Ana . atomy & Phy ysiology. 4TH Edition. Addison Wessley. IS SBN 0-8053-4 4196-X 4. Alexande P.Spence Basic Hum Anatomy Addison Wessley. ISBN er e. man y. W 0-8053-8 8860-5 Reference B Books, Lectu Notes ure Refer to Stu udent Learnin Time form ng m 120 hours Face to face 42 e: Guided lear rning: 0 Independen learning: 74 nt 7 (Refer to St tudent Learning Time form m)

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TEACHI ING SCHEDULE Week 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 Lecture/T Tutorial/Assi ignment Topic Introduction to Physio ology & Cell Skeletal M Muscle I Skeletal M Muscle II Neurophy ysiology I Neurophy ysiology I Autonom Nervous System mic S Reflects Physiology Mid-Sem mester Test Cardiova ascular Syste I em Cardiova ascular Syste II em Respirato System I ory Respirato System II ory Respirato System III ory Revision Book, Lect n ture Notes Revision Book, Lect n ture Notes Revision Book, Lect n ture Notes Revision Book, Lect n ture Notes Revision Book, Lect n ture Notes Revision Book, Lect n ture Notes Re eferences/T Teaching M Materials/Equ uipment Revision Book, Lect n ture Notes Revision Book, Lect n ture Notes Revision Book, Lect n ture Notes Revision Book, Lect n ture Notes Revision Book, Lect n ture Notes Revision Book, Lect n ture Notes Revision Book, Lect n ture Notes

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COURSE PRO FORM C P MA

IMPORT TANT: Conte ents of this Pro Forma sh ould not be changed with c hout Senate approval. Minor amendm ment involving not more th 30% of th content ca be approv at the PT level. g han he an ved Tj Academ my/Faculty/C Centre Departm ment Program mme Course Code* Course Title* Course Pre-requisit te(s)/ Minimum Requirem m ment(s) Student Learning T t Time (SLT)* Credit H Hours* Learning Outcomes g s* Engineering g Biomedical Engineering Bachelor of Biomedical Engineering f KUEU 2141 1 Electrical C ircuit Analysis None 120 3 At the end o the course students are able to: of e, 1. Perform DC analysis using KCL, KVL, Theve s enin, Norton and a Superpo osition’s theorems. 2. Calculate transient re e esponse of RC, RL and R R RLC circuits. 3. Perform AC analysis using KCL, KVL and Th evenin-Norto equivalen s on nt circuits. 5. Calculate current, vo e oltage and po ower in AC ciircuits using phasor approach h. nd 6. Describe the concep of mutual in e pt nductance an solve rela ated problem ms. 7. Perform circuit analy using sim ysis mple Laplace transform. e Analytic and problem so d olving This course covers the introduction to the Kircho e i t orff’s law, No odal analysis and Theven nin’s law, me analysis and superpo esh a osition’s law. Calculate hasor approa current, volt tage and pow in ac circ wer cuits using ph ach. Study th he mutual Indu uctance and transient response in RC RL and RL circuits. t C, LC Lecture, Tut torial Continuous Assessment : 40% Final Examiination : 60% % Marks for C Continuous Assessment will be display on the student notice A w yed s e board befor the final ex re xam and grades will be d determined after the final a examination n.

Transferable Skills Synopsis of Course e ts Content

Method of Delivery (lecture, tutorial, workshop, etc) Assessm ment Metho ods*

Methodo ologies for F Feedback on Perfo ormance

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Academ Year mic Semeste er/Term Course Code Course Title Credit H Hours Medium of Instructi m ion Course Pre-requisit te(s)/ Minimum Requirem m ment(s) Main Re eference

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KUEU 2141 1 Electrical C ircuit Analysis 3 English None 1. Franco, Electric Circuit Fundame entals, Saund ders College Publishing, 1995. 2. Floyd, Ele ectric Circuit Fundamentals, Pearson Internationa Edition, t n al Seventh Edition, 2007 7. 3. Alexande & Saunder Fundamen er r, ntals of Electr Circuits, McGraw-Hill, ric M , 2003 Textbook, le ecture note, LCD projecto or Lecture, Tut torial, Test, Examination E Face to face 44 hours e: Guided lear rning: 0 Independen learning: 72 hours nt 7 (Refer to St tudent Learning Time form m)

Teachin Materials/ ng / Equipment Learning Strategies g s Student Learning T t Time

Soft Ski ills Lecturer Room

Critical Thin nking and Pro oblem Solvin (CT1,CT2 ng 2,CT3) (Refer to So Skills mat oft trix) Ahmad Kha Abdul Wa airi ahab A1-5-5, Bloc A, Depart ck tment of Biom medical Engiineering, Faculty of E Engineering 88 03-7967 448 / [email protected] Refer to Cla Schedule ass e

Telepho one/e-mail Lecture/ /Tutprial/Pra actical Session n: Day/Tim me Venue Important Dates UM-PT0 01-PK03-BR0 003(BI)-S03

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TEACHI ING SCHEDULE Week 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 Lecture/T Tutorial/Assi ignment Topic Basic ele ectrical circuit analysis co t oncepts and laws l Nodal an nalysis Mess ana alysis Thevenin Theorem n’s Norton’s Theorem Superpos sition Theore em Thevenin Theorem n Operation Amplifier nal rs Storage e elements – Capacitors C Storage e elements –In nductors First Order Circuit Second O Order Circuit t Introduction to Alterna ating Curren and Voltage Phasor and nt Sinusoids s Sinusoida Steady-State Analysis al AC Powe Analysis er Transform mer Re eferences/T Teaching M Materials/Equ uipment Lecture Notes e Lecture Notes e Lecture Notes e Lecture Notes e Lecture Notes e Lecture Notes e Lecture Notes e Lecture Notes e Lecture Notes e Lecture Notes e Lecture Notes e Lecture Notes e Lecture Notes e Lecture Notes e

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COURSE PRO FORM C P MA

IMPORT TANT: Conte ents of this Pro Forma sh ould not be changed with c hout Senate approval. Minor amendm ment involving not more th 30% of th content ca be approv at the PT level. g han he an ved Tj Academ my/Faculty/C Centre Departm ment Program mme Course Code* Course Title* Course Pre-requisit te(s)/ Minimum Requirem m ment(s) Student Learning T t Time (SLT)* Credit H Hours* Learning Outcomes g s* Engineering g Biomedical Engineering Bachelor of Biomedical Engineering f KUEU1142 Biochemistr and Analysis ry None 120 3 At the end o the course students are able to: of e, 1. Select an describe appropriate biochemistry laboratory techniques. nd y t 2. Design a robust scientific study which employ appropriat biochemic w ys te cal assays. the 3. Discern t details and critically analyse the m a methods of biochemical b res procedur in scienti literature. ific . 4. Describe the basic chemical struc e ctures and p properties of major body compone ents. 5. Suggest methods to study the str ructure of bo compone ody ents. Analysis, pr roblem solvin critical thinking, comm ng, munication, presentation p The course has an over goal of eq rall quipping stud dents to be able to emplo a oy biochemistr to biomedical engineer ry ring problems In addition, it s. elucidates k biochemical processe within the body. This will enable th key es e w he student to s suggest expe eriments and undertake in nvestigative research bot th in industrial and academ fields. mic Lecture, Tut torial Continuous Assessment : 40% Final Examiination : 60% % Marks for C Continuous Assessment will be displa A w ayed on the student notic ce board befor the final exam and grades will be determined after the fin re e e nal examination n.

Transferable Skills Synopsis of Course e Content ts

Method of Delivery (lecture, tutorial, workshop, etc) Assessm ment Metho ods*

Methodo ologies for F Feedback on Perfo ormance

nd Please refe r to the University of Malaya Rules an Regulatio (First ons Criteria in Summati ive Degree) 200 Handbook. 06 Assessm ment UM-PT0 01-PK03-BR0 003(BI)-S03

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Academ Year mic Semeste er/Term Course Code Course Title Credit H Hours Medium of Instructi m ion Course Pre-requisit te(s)/ Minimum Requirem m ment(s) Main Re eference Teachin Materials/ ng / Equipment Learning Strategies g s Student Learning T t Time

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KUEU 1142 2 Biochemistr and Analysis ry 3 English None Denniston, K.J and Topping, J.J (2008).Foundat tions of gene eral, Organic and Biochem mistry. McG Graw-Hill . Textbook, le ecture note, LCD projecto or Lecture, Tut torial, Assign nment, Test, Examination n Face to face 44 hours e: Guided lear rning: 0 Independen learning: 72 hours nt 7 (Refer to St tudent Learning Time form m)

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Communica ation Skills (C CS1, CS2, CS3) (Refer to So Skills mat oft trix)

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Dr. Belinda Murphy A1-3-3, Bloc A, Depart ck tment of Biom medical Engiineering, Fac culty of Engineering g 91 03-7967 449 / bpinggu [email protected] u.my

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TEACHI ING SCHEDULE Week 1 2 3 Lecture/T Tutorial/Assi ignment Topic Biochemistry techniqu ues Tutorial: T Technique protocols p Biochemistry techniqu – basis o assays ues of Tutorial: A Assay protoc cols Laboratory Safety and Procedure e Basic Mic croscopy Tutorial: Calculations in microsco py Case studies in bioch hemical analy ysis Tutorial: Calculations in microsco py Spectrofluorometry Electroph horesis Study De esign Statistica Analysis fo Biochemist al or try Tutorial: Study design / control n Biochemical compone ents of body y Tutorial: Study design / bias n Biochemical compone ents of body y Tutorial: Study design / bias n Carbohyd drate metabo olism Tutorial: Critical study analysis y CW: Des sign of study and analysis for given ta s ask Protein synthesis and metabolism d m Tutorial: Statistical an nalysis Protein synthesis and metabolism d m Tutorial: Statistical an nalysis Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s Re eferences/T Teaching M Materials/Equ uipment Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s

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COURSE PRO FORM C P MA

IMPORT TANT: Conte ents of this Pro Forma sh ould not be changed with c hout Senate approval. Minor amendm ment involving not more th 30% of th content ca be approv at the PT level. g han he an ved Tj Academ my/Faculty/C Centre Departm ment Program mme Course Code* Course Title* Course Pre-requisit te(s)/ Minimum Requirem m ment(s) Student Learning T t Time (SLT)* Credit H Hours* Learning Outcomes g s* Engineering g Biomedical Engineering Bachelor of Biomedical Engineering f KUEU 1171 1 Laboratory 1 None 42 1 At the end o the course students are able to: of e, 1. Conduct experiment after studyin the lab ex t ng xperiment ins structions. 2. Use the proper equip pment and pr rocedure to o obtain data. 3. Use form mula to calculate the resu ults. at. 4. Write the laboratory report in the proper forma e 5. Use the proper graph to display the results i n a clear and concise hs d manner. Analysis, cr ritical thinking problem so g, olving, comm munication, la report ab writing This course contains 10 experiments Most of th e experimen would be e 0 s. nts associated w the theo with oretical cours taught in t se that semeste er. Lecture, lab boratory work k Continuous Assessment : 100% Marks for C Continuous Assessment will be displa A w ayed on the student notic ce board befor the final exam and grades will be determined after the fin re e e nal examination n.

Transferable Skills Synopsis of Course e Content ts Method of Delivery (lecture, tutorial, workshop, etc) Assessm ment Metho ods* Methodo ologies for F Feedback on Perfo ormance

nd ons Please refe r to the University of Malaya Rules an Regulatio (First Criteria in Summati ive Degree) 200 Handbook. 06 Assessm ment UM-PT0 01-PK03-BR0 003(BI)-S03

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Academ Year mic Semeste er/Term Course Code Course Title Credit H Hours Medium of Instructi m ion Course Pre-requisit te(s)/ Minimum Requirem m ment(s) Main Re eference Teachin Materials/ ng / Equipment Learning Strategies g s Student Learning T t Time

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KUEU 1171 1 Laboratory 1 1 English None

Refer to Stu udent Learnin Time form ng m 42 hours Face to face 2 hours e: Guided lear rning: 20 hou urs Independen learning: 20 hours nt 2 (Refer to St tudent Learning Time form m)

Soft Ski ills

Critical Thin nking 1,2,3, Team Work Skills 1,2, Lif Long Lear T S fe rning 1,2, Leadership Skills 1,2 (Refer to So Skills mat oft trix)

Lecturer Room

Telepho one/e-mail Lecture/ /Tutprial/Pra actical Session n: Day/Tim me Venue Important Dates UM-PT0 01-PK03-BR0 004(BI)-S03 Test : Examination : n

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COURSE PRO FORM C P MA

IMPORT TANT: Conte ents of this Pro Forma sh ould not be changed with c hout Senate approval. Minor amendm ment involving not more th 30% of th content ca be approv at the PT level. g han he an ved Tj Academ my/Faculty/C Centre Departm ment Program mme Course Code* Course Title* Course Pre-requisit te(s)/ Minimum Requirem m ment(s) Student Learning T t Time (SLT)* Credit H Hours* Learning Outcomes g s* Engineering g Biomedical Engineering Bachelor of Biomedical Engineering f KUEU 1151 1 Human Ana atomy and Ph hysiology II None 80 2 At the end o the course students are able to: of e, 1. Explain o organization structure of human anat tomy. 2. Explain t anatomy of muscle, heart, nervou system, digestion the h us system, kidney, endo ocrine, reproduction syste receptor dan genera em, r al senses. 3. Distinguiish each tiss type in ea human o sue ach organ 4. Explain e each function unit for physiological system on ty nal ypes of digestion system, kid n dney, endocr rine, reprodu ction system receptor, m, general s senses, visio hearing, equilibrium d control of body on, e dan o posture a motor co and ortex in contr body mov rol vement. 5. Explain t system on the physio the o ological even occur in human body nts h and basiic physiologic functions in maintainiing hoemosta cal s atsis. 6. Apply ph hysiology kno owledge towards the biom medical engineering practices and applica s ations. Analysis an d problem so olving Human phy ysiology pres sented at bo cellular and organ system levels: oth s neurophysio ology, mus scle physi iology, car rdiovascular physiolog gy, respiration, kidney funct tion, hormone function, a reproduc and ction. Lecture Continuous Assessment : 60% Final Examiination : 40% % Marks for C Continuous Assessment will be displa A w ayed on the student notic ce board befor the final exam and grades will be determined after the fin re e e nal examination n.

Transferable Skills Synopsis of Course e Content ts Method of Delivery (lecture, tutorial, workshop, etc) Assessm ment Metho ods*

Methodo ologies for F Feedback on Perfo ormance

nd Please refe r to the University of Malaya Rules an Regulatio (First ons Criteria in Summati ive Degree) 200 Handbook. 06 Assessm ment UM-PT0 01-PK03-BR0 003(BI)-S03

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Academ Year mic Semeste er/Term Course Code Course Title Credit H Hours Medium of Instructi m ion Course Pre-requisit te(s)/ Minimum Requirem m ment(s) Main Re eference

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KUEU 1151 1 Human Ana atomy and Physiology II P 2 English None 1. Donna M Van Wyns M. sberghe, Cha arles R. Noba & Robert Carola 199 ack 95. Human A Anatomy and Physiology 3rd Edition.M d y Mc-Graw Hill l. 2. Eric Wise 1998 Anatomy and Ph e. hysiology Lab boratory Man nual. Mc-Gra aw Hill. 3. Eline Ma arieb. 1998. Human Anatomy & Physiiology. 4th Ed H dition. Addision Wessley. n 4. Alexande P. Spence Basic Hum Anatomy Addision Wessley. er e. man y. W Reference B Books, Lectu Notes ure Lecture, Ass signment, Te Examina est, ation Face to face 28 hours e: Guided lear rning: 0 Independen learning: 48 hours nt 4 (Refer to St tudent Learning Time form m)

Teachin Materials/ ng / Equipment Learning Strategies g s Student Learning T t Time

Soft Ski ills Lecturer Room

Life Long Le earning nad information managemen (LL1,LL2) m nt (Refer to So Skills mat oft trix)

Telepho one/e-mail Lecture/ /Tutprial/Pra actical Session n: Day/Tim me Venue Important Dates UM-PT0 01-PK03-BR0 004(BI)-S03 Refer to Cla Schedule ass e

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TEACHI ING SCHEDULE Week 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 Lect ture/Tutoria al/Assignme nt Topic Renal I Renal II Gastroint testinal Syste I em Gastroint testinal Syste II em Endocrine System Reproduc ctive System m Receptor r Visual Sy ystem Hearing S System Body Tem mperature Control Body Fluid Control Digestion System Control n Motor Sy ystem Referen nces/Teachi ing Materials/Equipmen nt Referenc Books, Le ce ecture Notes s Referenc Books, Le ce ecture Notes s Referenc Books, Le ce ecture Notes s Referenc Books, Le ce ecture Notes s Referenc Books, Le ce ecture Notes s Referenc Books, Le ce ecture Notes s Referenc Books, Le ce ecture Notes s Referenc Books, Le ce ecture Notes s Referenc Books, Le ce ecture Notes s Referenc Books, Le ce ecture Notes s Referenc Books, Le ce ecture Notes s Referenc Books, Le ce ecture Notes s Referenc Books, Le ce ecture Notes s Referenc Books, Le ce ecture Notes s

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COURSE PRO FOR C RMA

IMPORT TANT: Conte ents of this Pro Forma sh ould not be changed with c hout Senate approval. Minor amendm ment involving not more th 30% of th content ca be approv at the PT level. g han he an ved Tj Academ my/Faculty/C Centre Departm ment Program mme Course Code* Course Title* Course Pre-requisit te(s)/ Minimum Requirem m ment(s) Student Learning T t Time (SLT)* Credit H Hours* Learning Outcomes g s* Engineering g Biomedical Engineering Bachelor of Biomedical Engineering f KUEU 1154 4 Dynamics None 120 3 At the end o the course students are able to: of e, 1. Solve kin nematics pro oblems of acc celerating pa articles. 2. Solve kin netics proble ems of accele erating partic cles. 3. Solve kin nematics pro oblems of acc celerating rig bodies in 2D. gid bodies in 2D 4. Solve kin netics proble ems of accele erating rigid b D. 5. Solve pro roblems involving acceler rating motion using the principle of n work and energy. d 6. Solve kin nematics and kinetics pro d oblems in vib brating partic cles. This course introduces Kinematics of accelera e s ating particle Kinetics of es. accelerating particles. Kinematics problems of a g K accelerating rigid bodies in 2D. Kinetics of acceler s rating rigid bodies. Princ b ciple of work and energ k gy. Kinematics and kinetic in vibrat cs ting particle es. Kinematics of simp ple mechanism s. Lecture, Tut torial Continuous Assessment : 40% Final Examiination : 60% % Marks for C Continuous Assessment will be displa A w ayed on the student notic ce board befor the final exam and grades will be determined after the fin re e e nal examination n.

Transferable Skills Synopsis of Course e Content ts

Method of Delivery (lecture, tutorial, workshop, etc) Assessm ment Metho ods*

Methodo ologies for F Feedback on Perfo ormance

nd Please refe r to the University of Malaya Rules an Regulatio (First ons Criteria in Summati ive Degree) 200 Handbook. 06 Assessm ment UM-PT0 01-PK03-BR0 003(BI)-S03

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KUEU 1154 4 Dynamics 3 English None 1. J.L Meria and L.G Kraige. Engineering Mec am chanics - Dyn namics, John n Wiley an Sons nd 2. Wan Abu Bakar Wan Abas. Meka Kejurute u n anik eraan — Dinamik, Edisi Ke-2, De ewan Bahasa dan Pustak 2001 a ka, 3. RS Khur rmi. Theory of Machines o Reference B Books, Lectu Notes ure Lecture, Tut torial, Assign nment, Test, Examination n Face to face 44 hours e: Guided lear rning: 0 Independen learning: 72 hours nt 7 (Refer to St tudent Learning Time form m)

Teachin Materials/ ng / Equipment Learning Strategies g s Student Learning T t Time

Soft Ski ills Lecturer Room

Critical Thin nking and Pro oblem Solvin 1,2,3 ng (Refer to So Skills mat oft trix)

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TEACHI ING SCHEDULE Week 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 Lecture/T Tutorial/Assi ignment Topic Introduction to dynam mics Kinematics of particle es Kinetics o particles and system o particles of a of Velocity a accelera and ation diagram ms Kinematics of rigid bo odies in 2D Relative v velocity and relative acce eleration Kinetics o rigid bodie of es Kinetics o rigid bodie of es Kinetics o rigid bodie of es Vibration of particles ( Continue 1 ) Vibration of particles ( Continue 2 2) Vibration of particles ( Continue 3 3) Vibration of particles ( Continue 4 4) Re eferences/T Teaching M Materials/Equ uipment Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s

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IMPORT TANT: Conte ents of this Pro Forma sh ould not be changed with c hout Senate approval. Minor amendm ment involving not more th 30% of th content ca be approv at the PT level. g han he an ved Tj Academ my/Faculty/C Centre Departm ment Program mme Course Code* Course Title* Course Pre-requisit te(s)/ Minimum Requirem m ment(s) Student Learning T t Time (SLT)* Credit H Hours* Learning Outcomes g s* Engineering g Biomedical Engineering Bachelor of Biomedical Engineering f KUEU 1172 2 Laboratory 2 None 42 1 At the end o the course students are able to: of e, 1. Conduct experiment after studyin the lab ex t ng xperiment ins structions. 2. Use the proper equip pment and pr rocedure to o obtain data. 3. Use form mula to calculate the resu ults. at. 4. Write the laboratory report in the proper forma e 5. Use the proper graph to display the results i n a clear and concise hs d manner. Analysis, cr ritical thinking problem so g, olving, comm munication, la report ab writing This course contains 10 experiments Most of th e experimen would be e 0 s. nts associated w the theo with oretical cours taught in t se that semeste er. Lecture, lab boratory work k Continuous Assessment : 100% Marks for C Continuous Assessment will be displa A w ayed on the student notic ce board befor the final exam and grades will be determined after the fin re e e nal examination n.

Transferable Skills Synopsis of Course e Content ts Method of Delivery (lecture, tutorial, workshop, etc) Assessm ment Metho ods* Methodo ologies for F Feedback on Perfo ormance

nd ons Please refe r to the University of Malaya Rules an Regulatio (First Criteria in Summati ive Degree) 200 Handbook. 06 Assessm ment UM-PT0 01-PK03-BR0 003(BI)-S03

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Academ Year mic Semeste er/Term Course Code Course Title Credit H Hours Medium of Instructi m ion Course Pre-requisit te(s)/ Minimum Requirem m ment(s) Main Re eference Teachin Materials/ ng / Equipment Learning Strategies g s Student Learning T t Time

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KUEU 1172 2 Laboratory 2 1 English None

Lecture, Lab boratory Work, Laboratory Report Face to face 2 hours e: Guided lear rning: 24 hou urs Independen learning: 16 hours nt (Refer to St tudent Learning Time form m)

Soft Ski ills

Critical Thin nking and Pro oblem Solvin (CT1,CT2 ng 2,CT3) Team Work Skills (TS1,TS2) k Life Long Le earning and information managemen (LL1,LL2) m nt Leadership Skills (LS1,L LS2) (Refer to So Skills mat oft trix)

Lecturer Room

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IMPORT TANT: Conte ents of this Pro Forma sh ould not be changed with c hout Senate approval. Minor amendm ment involving not more th 30% of th content ca be approv at the PT level. g han he an ved Tj Academ my/Faculty/C Centre Departm ment Program mme Course Code* Course Title* Course Pre-requisit te(s)/ Minimum Requirem m ment(s) Student Learning T t Time (SLT)* Credit H Hours* Learning Outcomes g s* Engineering g Biomedical Engineering Bachelor of Biomedical Engineering f KUEU 2142 2 Electronics None 120 3 At the end o the course students are able to: of e, 1. To identiify p-type and n-type mat terials and de escribe doping process o of p and n, and p-n junc ction as circu element. uit 2. To be ab to analyze diode circu ble e uit. 3. To be ab to describ half-wave and full-wav rectifier an their ble be ve nd applicatio as rectif ons fiers, clippers and clampe s ers. 4. To be ab to describ the charac ble be cteristics of B Bipolar Junct tion Transist tor (BJT). 5. To be ab to perform analysis of BJT circuits its load line and bias ble m f s, es configura ations. 6. To be ab to analyze and charac ble e cterize Field Effect Trans sistor (FET). Analytic and critical thinking d This course introduce th basic of p and n type m e he materials, inc cluding its doping proc cess and app plication of p- junction as circuit elem -n s ment. Diode equivalent c circuits and applications. Evaluation a analysis of BJT a and including its bias configu s urations. FET is introduce includes analysis of it T ed a ts characterist tics. Small signal analysis of BJT and FET. s d Lecture, Tut torial Continuous Assessment : 40% Final Examiination : 60% % Marks for C Continuous Assessment will be displa A w ayed on the student notic ce board befor the final exam and grades will be determined after the fin re e e nal examination n.

Transferable Skills Synopsis of Course e Content ts

Method of Delivery (lecture, tutorial, workshop, etc) Assessm ment Metho ods*

Methodo ologies for F Feedback on Perfo ormance

nd Please refe r to the University of Malaya Rules an Regulatio (First ons Criteria in Summati ive Degree) 200 Handbook. 06 Assessm ment UM-PT0 01-PK03-BR0 003(BI)-S03

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KUEU 2142 2 Electronics 3 English None 1. Robert L Boylestad, Louis Nashe L. elsky, “Electr ronic Devices and Circuit t Theory’, 9th Ed., Pea arson, Prentice Hall, 2006 (Main boo 6. ok) 2. Donald N Neaman, “Ele ectronic Circ Analysis and Design” 2nd Ed., cuit ”, 2001, Mc cGraw Hill. Textbook, le ecture note, LCD projecto or Lecture, Tut torial, Assign nment, Test, Examination n Face to face 44 hours e: Guided lear rning: 0 Independen learning: 72 hours nt 7 (Refer to St tudent Learning Time form m)

Teachin Materials/ ng / Equipment Learning Strategies g s Student Learning T t Time

Soft Ski ills Lecturer Room Telepho one/e-mail

Critical Thin nking and Pr roblem Solving (CT1,CT2 2,CT3) (Refer to So Skills mat oft trix) Ahmad Kha Abdul Wa airi ahab A1-5-5, Bloc A, Depart ck tment of Biom medical Engiineering, Faculty of E Engineering 88 03-7967 448 / [email protected]

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TEACHI ING SCHEDULE Week 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 Lecture/T Tutorial/Assi ignment Topic Introduction to electro onic circuits a its applic and cations. p-n juncti ion Doping o p and n, dio circuit of ode Wave rec ctification Wave shaping circuit Clippers and clamper circuits rs BJT circu uits BJT conf figurations BJT bias configurations BJT small signal anal lysis FET circu uits FET bias configuratio s ons FET sma signal analysis all Re eferences/T Teaching M Materials/Equ uipment Lecture Notes e Lecture Notes e Lecture Notes e Lecture Notes e Lecture Notes e Lecture Notes e Lecture Notes e Lecture Notes e Lecture Notes e Lecture Notes e Lecture Notes e Lecture Notes e Lecture Notes e Lecture Notes e

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COURSE PRO FORM C P MA

IMPORT TANT: Conte ents of this Pro Forma sh ould not be changed with c hout Senate approval. Minor amendm ment involving not more th 30% of th content ca be approv at the PT level. g han he an ved Tj Academ my/Faculty/C Centre Departm ment Program mme Course Code* Course Title* Course Pre-requisit te(s)/ Minimum Requirem m ment(s) Student Learning T t Time (SLT)* Credit H Hours* Learning Outcomes g s* Engineering g Biomedical Engineering Bachelor of Biomedical Engineering f KUEU1143 Mechanical Engineering Design g None 120 3 At the end o the course students are able to: of e, 1. Capable to select various tools used for cuttin holding, assembling o e ng, a or dismantl ing workpiec ce 2. Identify a state the purpose of the main ope and e erative parts of the s worksho machines op 3. Outline t guideline for good manual drawi ng practice. the es m 4. Visualize and explain the drawing in the orth e n gs hographic, isometric and oblique p projection t 5. Draw 3D drawings us D sing extrude, revolve, cut and merge. Analysis an d problem so olving This course introduces the basics of engineering drawing (m e t f g manual as we ell as compute aided) and workshop te er echnology (c cutting, holdin ng, assembling or dismantling work piec The stud ce). dent also requires to do some simple design for some biome e edical engine eering proble em. Lecture, Tut torial Continuous Assessment : 60% Final Examiination : 40% % Marks for C Continuous Assessment will be displa A w ayed on the student notic ce board befor the final exam and grades will be determined after the fin re e e nal examination n.

Transferable Skills Synopsis of Course e Content ts

Method of Delivery (lecture, tutorial, workshop, etc) Assessm ment Metho ods*

Methodo ologies for F Feedback on Perfo ormance

nd Please refe r to the University of Malaya Rules an Regulatio (First ons Criteria in Summati ive Degree) 200 Handbook. 06 Assessm ment UM-PT0 01-PK03-BR0 003(BI)-S03

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Academ Year mic Semeste er/Term Course Code Course Title Credit H Hours Medium of Instructi m ion Course Pre-requisit te(s)/ Minimum Requirem m ment(s) Main Re eference

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KUEU 1143 3 Mechanical Engineering Design g 3 English None 1. Richard Budynas, Ke Nisbett “Mechanical Engineering Design”, eith McGraw Hill w 2. Robert N Norton, “Machine Design: An Integrate approach Pearson ted h”, 3. A.W. Bo undy, “Engin neering Draw wing”, McGra Hill aw 4. Steve Kr Arthur Gill, Peter Smid, “Technolo of Machine Tools”, rar, ogy McGraw Hill w Textbook, le ecture note, LCD projecto or Refer to Stu udent Learnin Time form ng m Face to face 44 hours e: Guided lear rning: 0 Independen learning: 72 hours nt 7 (Refer to St tudent Learning Time form m)

Teachin Materials/ ng / Equipment Learning Strategies g s Student Learning T t Time

Soft Ski ills Lecturer Room

Critical Thin nking 1,2,3, Professional Ethics and M P Moral 1,2 (Refer to So Skills mat oft trix) Mr. Ng Siew Cheok w A1-5-2, Bloc A, Depart ck tment of Biom medical Engiineering, Fac culty of Engineering g 85 03-7967 448 / siewcng [email protected] my

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TEACHI ING SCHEDULE Week 1 2 Lecture/T Tutorial/Assi ignment Topic Introduction to the course. Ground r rules Basic De esign Procedure Typical la ayout and ge eometrical co onstruction Compute lab: Technique for self learning met er thod. Introduction to Autoca ad. Tutorial: Geometrical drawing Orthographic projection, Safety as spects Compute lab: Familia er arization of “ “modify” toolb bars. Tutorial: Orthographic projection, Workshop: Drilling c D practical Isometric view, Measuring device c es Compute lab: Familia er arization of “ “modify” toolb bars Tutorial: Isometric vie ew Worksho Lathe practical op: Machine components s Compute lab: Familia er arization of la ayer, toleran and nce dimensio on Worksho Milling pra op: actical Hand too ols Compute lab: Tutoria using laye r, dimension for er al orthograp phic projectio on Worksho Taping ho and Drill b changing op: ole bit Drilling, la athe and milling Compute lab: Familia er arization of 3 object com 3D mmands Metal cut tting technolo and grin ding ogy Compute lab: Tutoria for a 3D ob er al bject Discussio on design project on n Test: Com mputer aided drawing d Design approach cas study se Test: Com mputer aided drawing d Revision on Mechanical Engineer ring Design Test: Com mputer aided drawing d Revision on Worksho technology op y Discussio on design project on n Re eferences/T Teaching M Materials/Equ uipment Referen Books [1,2,3,4], nce Lecture Notes e Referen Books [1,2,3], Lectur nce re Notes

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IMPORT TANT: Conte ents of this Pro Forma sh ould not be changed with c hout Senate approval. Minor amendm ment involving not more th 30% of th content ca be approv at the PT level. g han he an ved Tj Academ my/Faculty/C Centre Departm ment Program mme Course Code* Course Title* Course Pre-requisit te(s)/ Minimum Requirem m ment(s) Student Learning T t Time (SLT)* Credit H Hours* Learning Outcomes g s* Engineering g Biomedical Engineering Bachelor of Biomedical Engineering f KUEU 2173 3 Laboratory 3 None 42 1 At the end o the course students are able to: of e, 1. Conduct experiment after studyin the lab ex t ng xperiment ins structions. 2. Use the proper equip pment and pr rocedure to o obtain data. 3. Analyze the data. 4. Write the laboratory report in the proper forma at. e 5. Use the proper graph to display the results i n a clear and concise hs d manner. Analysis, cr ritical thinking problem so g, olving, comm munication, la report ab writing This course contains 10 experiments Most of th e experimen would be e 0 s. nts associated w the theo with oretical cours taught in t se that semeste er. Lecture, lab boratory work k Continuous Assessment : 100% Marks for C Continuous Assessment will be displa A w ayed on the student notic ce board befor the final exam and grades will be determined after the fin re e e nal examination n.

Transferable Skills Synopsis of Course e Content ts Method of Delivery (lecture, tutorial, workshop, etc) Assessm ment Metho ods* Methodo ologies for F Feedback on Perfo ormance

nd ons Please refe r to the University of Malaya Rules an Regulatio (First Criteria in Summati ive Degree) 200 Handbook. 06 Assessm ment UM-PT0 01-PK03-BR0 003(BI)-S03

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Academ Year mic Semeste er/Term Course Code Course Title Credit H Hours Medium of Instructi m ion Course Pre-requisit te(s)/ Minimum Requirem m ment(s) Main Re eference Teachin Materials/ ng / Equipment Learning Strategies g s Student Learning T t Time

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KUEU 2173 3 Laboratory 3 1 English None

Lecture, Tut torial, Assign nment, Test, Examination n Face to face 2 hours e: Guided lear rning: 24 hou urs Independen learning:16 hours nt 6 (Refer to St tudent Learning Time form m)

Soft Ski ills

Critical Thin nking and Pro oblem Solvin (CT1,CT2 ng 2,CT3) Team Work Skills (TS1, TS2) k Life Long Le earning (LL1,LL2) Leadership Skills (LS1,L LS2) (Refer to S oft Skills ma atrix)

Lecturer Room

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IMPORT TANT: Conte ents of this Pro Forma sh ould not be changed with c hout Senate approval. Minor amendm ment involving not more th 30% of th content ca be approv at the PT level. g han he an ved Tj Academ my/Faculty/C Centre Departm ment Program mme Course Code* Course Title* Course Pre-requisit te(s)/ Minimum Requirem m ment(s) Student Learning T t Time (SLT)* Credit H Hours* Learning Outcomes g s* Engineering g Biomedical Engineering Bachelor of Biomedical Engineering f KUEU 2136 6 Thermofluid ds None 120 3 At the end o the course students are able to: of e, 1. Describe the basic principles gov e verning the T Thermal-Fluid and d Mechaniic of fluid. 2. Apply ba asic principle of Thermal-Fluid and M es Mechanic of Fluid to solve F e related e engineering problems. p 3. Apply the uses of the principles of Thermal-F e e o Fluid and Mec chanic of Flu uid in Biome edical Engine eering. Analysis an d problem so olving Basic princi ples governing thermoflu and mech uid hanics of fluid Application d. of basic prin nciples in the ermofluid to solve engine s eering problems. Application of basic prin nciples in thermofluid in b biomedical en ngineering field. Lecture, Tut torial Continuous Assessment : 40% Final Examiination : 60% % Marks for C Continuous Assessment will be displa A w ayed on the student notic ce board befor the final exam and grades will be determined after the fin re e e nal examination n.

Transferable Skills Synopsis of Course e Content ts

Method of Delivery (lecture, tutorial, workshop, etc) Assessm ment Metho ods*

Methodo ologies for F Feedback on Perfo ormance

nd Please refe r to the University of Malaya Rules an Regulatio (First ons Criteria in Summati ive Degree) 200 Handbook. 06 Assessm ment UM-PT0 01-PK03-BR0 003(BI)-S03

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Academ Year mic Semeste er/Term Course Code Course Title Credit H Hours Medium of Instructi m ion Course Pre-requisit te(s)/ Minimum Requirem m ment(s) Main Re eference

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KUEU 2136 6 Thermofluid ds 3 English None 1. Y. A. Ce engel, R. H. Turner. Therm T mal-Fluid Sc ciences McGraw Hill Internatio onal Edition. 2. Cengel Y Y.A, Boles M.A. Thermod M dynamics: an engineering approach, n g McGraw Hill w 3. Marquan C. Therm nd, mofluids: an in ntegrated ap pproach to thermody ynamics and fluids mech d hanics Textbook, le ecture slide / Computer, LCD projecto or Refer to Stu udent Learnin Time form ng m Face to face 44 hours e: Guided lear rning: 0 Independen learning: 72 hours nt 7 (Refer to St tudent Learning Time form m)

Teachin Materials/ ng / Equipment Learning Strategies g s Student Learning T t Time

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Critical Thin nking and Pro oblem Solvin (CT1,CT2 ng 2,CT3), Life Long Le earning and information managemen (LL1,LL2) m nt (Refer to So Skills mat oft trix) Associate P Professor Dr. W Mohd Az zhar bin Wan Ibrahim n A1-5-1, Bloc A, Depart ck tment of Biom medical Engiineering, Fac culty of Engineering g 82 03-7967 688 / [email protected] .my Refer to Cla Schedule ass e

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TEACHI ING SCHEDULE Week 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 Lecture/T Tutorial/Assi ignment Topic Introduction to Engine eering Therm modynamic. Units Sys stem Pressure Measureme e ent/Tutorial 1 System Interaction with Surround ing/Tutorial 2 Thermod dynamics Law / Tutorial 3 ws Ideal Gas Tutorial 4 s/ Semester Test Mixture P Properties / Tutorial 5 T Entropy Thermal-dynamic Cyc 1/ Tutoria 6 cle al Thermal-dynamic Cyc 2 cle Thermal-dynamic Cyc 3 / Tutori al 6 cle Thermal-dynamic Cyc 4 cle Textboo lecture slides ok, Textboo lecture slides ok, Textboo lecture slides ok, Textboo lecture slides ok, Textboo lecture slides ok, Textboo lecture slides ok, Textboo lecture slides ok, Re eferences/T Teaching M Materials/Equ uipment Textboo lecture slides ok, Textboo lecture slides ok, Textboo lecture slides ok, Textboo lecture slides ok, Textboo lecture slides ok, Textboo lecture slides ok,

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COURSE PRO FORM C P MA

IMPORT TANT: Conte ents of this Pro Forma sh ould not be changed with c hout Senate approval. Minor amendm ment involving not more th 30% of th content ca be approv at the PT level. g han he an ved Tj Academ my/Faculty/C Centre Departm ment Program mme Course Code* Course Title* Course Pre-requisit te(s)/ Minimum Requirem m ment(s) Course Pre-requisit te(s)/ Minimum Requirem m ment(s) Student Learning T t Time (SLT)* Credit H Hours* Learning Outcomes g s* Engineering g Biomedical Engineering Bachelor of Biomedical Engineering f KUEU2133 Computer a Programming and None None 80 2 At the end o the course students are able to: of e, 1. Apply the C++ syntax and data types in writing programs. e x g 2. Use arith metic and lo ogical operations. 3. Apply the C++ progra control an functions in writing pro e am nd ograms. 4. Use point ters and arra in writing programs. ays g 5. Use objec ct-oriented programming p g. C++ progra mming, analysis and problem solving g This course introduces the basic stru e t uctural c++ p programming and objectg oriented pro ogramming. The course covers the ar T c rithmetic and logical d operations, control struc ctures, functions, arrays, pointers and objectd oriented pro ogramming. The student will learn to w T write c++ pro ograms in order to solv mathema ve atical and eng gineering pro oblems. Lecture Continuous Assessment : 60% Final Examiination : 40% % Marks for C Continuous Assessment will be displa A w ayed on the student notic ce board befor the final exam and grades will be determined after the fin re e e nal examination n.

Transferable Skills Synopsis of Course e Content ts

Method of Delivery (lecture, tutorial, workshop, etc) Assessm ment Metho ods*

Methodo ologies for F Feedback on Perfo ormance

nd Please refe r to the University of Malaya Rules an Regulatio (First ons Criteria in Summati ive Degree) 200 Handbook. 06 Assessm ment UM-PT0 01-PK03-BR0 003(BI)-S03

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Academ Year mic Semeste er/Term Course Code Course Title Credit H Hours Medium of Instructi m ion Course Pre-requisit te(s)/ Minimum Requirem m ment(s) Main Re eference Teachin Materials/ ng / Equipment Learning Strategies g s Student Learning T t Time

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KUEU 2133 K Computer an Programm C nd ming 2 English E None N Deitel and De D eitel. (2008). “C++ How to Program”. 6th Edition. New Jersey: N Pearson Edu P ucation Inc. Textbook, lec T cture note, LCD projector r Refer to Stud R dent Learning Time form g 80 hours 8 Face to face: 28 hours F : Guided learn G ning: 0 Independent learning: 48 hours 8 (Refer to Stu dent Learnin Time form ( ng m)

Soft Ski ills Lecturer Room

Critical Think C king 1,2,3 (Refer to Sof Skills matrix) ( ft Dr. Ting Hua Nong D a A1-3-5, Block A, Departm A k ment of Biomedical Engin neering, Facu of ulty Engineering E 03-7967 6882 / [email protected] 0 2 um.edu.my

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TEACHI ING SCHEDULE Week 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 Lecture/T Tutorial/Assi ignment Topic Introduction to Computers and Pr rogramming Introduction to C++ Programming P g Data type es stream operations Arithmetic and logical operations Program control Program control Functions s Pointers Arrays Strings and Files Object-or riented Progr ramming Object-or riented Progr ramming Re eferences/T Teaching M Materials/Equ uipment Textboo lecture no ok, otes Textboo lecture no ok, otes Textboo lecture no ok, otes Textboo lecture no ok, otes Textboo lecture no ok, otes Textboo lecture no ok, otes Textboo lecture no ok, otes Textboo lecture no ok, otes Textboo lecture no ok, otes Textboo lecture no ok, otes Textboo lecture no ok, otes Textboo lecture no ok, otes Textboo lecture no ok, otes Textboo lecture no ok, otes

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IMPORT TANT: Conte ents of this Pro Forma sh ould not be changed with c hout Senate approval. Minor amendm ment involving not more th 30% of th content ca be approv at the PT level. g han he an ved Tj Academ my/Faculty/C Centre Departm ment Program mme Course Code* Course Title* Course Pre-requisit te(s)/ Minimum Requirem m ment(s) Student Learning T t Time (SLT)* Credit H Hours* Learning Outcomes g s* Engineering g Biomedical Engineering Bachelor of Biomedical Engineering f KUEU 2138 8 of Mechanics o Material KUEU 1130 Statics 0 120 3 At the end o the course students are able to: of e, 1. Solve pro roblems involving a body under the ac ction of simp tension. ple 2. Solve pro roblems involving circular rods under the action of a torque. r f 3. Solve be eams in equilibrium. 4. Solve pro roblems involving stresse in beams, deflections of beams, es o buckling beams (slen nder rods under axial loa ad). 5. Solve pro roblems involving plane stresses, plan strains an a body s ne nd under co ombined load dings. Analysis an d problem so olving. Describe an solve prob nd blems involvi ing: body und the actio of simple der on tension. Circ rcular rod und the action of torque. Beams in eq der quilibrium. Containers under internal pressure. Stresses in b beams. Stresses ms. resses. Plane strains. e deflections o beams. Buckling beam Plane str of Body under combined lo r oadings Lecture, Tut torial Continuous Assessment : 40% Final Examiination : 60% % Marks for C Continuous Assessment will be displa A w ayed on the student notic ce board befor the final exam and grades will be determined after the fin re e e nal examination n.

Transferable Skills Synopsis of Course e Content ts

Method of Delivery (lecture, tutorial, workshop, etc) Assessm ment Metho ods*

Methodo ologies for F Feedback on Perfo ormance

nd Please refe r to the University of Malaya Rules an Regulatio (First ons Criteria in Summati ive Degree) 200 Handbook. 06 Assessm ment UM-PT0 01-PK03-BR0 003(BI)-S03

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Academ Year mic Semeste er/Term Course Code Course Title Credit H Hours Medium of Instructi m ion Course Pre-requisit te(s)/ Minimum Requirem m ment(s) Main Re eference

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KUEU 2138 8 of Mechanics o Material 3 English KUEU 1130 Statics 0 1. Logan D Mechanic of Materials, HarperCo DL. cs ollins. 2. Craig RC Mechanics of Materials John Wiley & Sons. C. s s, ey 3. WF Riley LD Sturge dan DH Morris. Static and Mechan of y, es, M nics Materials John Wiley & Sons. s, y 4. FP Beer and ER Joh r hnston. Mech hanics of Mat terials. Reference B Books, Lectu Notes ure Refer to Stu udent Learnin Time form ng m Face to face 44 hours e: Guided lear rning: 0 Independen learning: 72 hours nt 7 (Refer to St tudent Learning Time form m)

Teachin Materials/ ng / Equipment Learning Strategies g s Student Learning T t Time

Soft Ski ills Lecturer Room

Critical Thin nking and Pro oblem Solvin (CT1,CT2 ng 2,CT3) (Refer to Soft Skills l matrix)

Telepho one/e-mail Lecture/ /Tutprial/Pra actical Session n: Day/Tim me Venue Important Dates UM-PT0 01-PK03-BR0 004(BI)-S03 Refer to Cla Schedule ass e

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TEACHI ING SCHEDULE Week 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 Lecture/T Tutorial/Assi ignment Topic Simple te ension Torsional load (circula members) ar ) Equilibriu of beams um Beam str resses Beam dis splacements Buckling of columns Plane str resses Plane str rains Combine loadings ed Energy m methods Failure cr riteria Moving lo oads and influence lines Basic pla asticity Torsion o non-circula members of ar Non-sym mmetrical ben nding Re eferences/T Teaching M Materials/Equ uipment Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s

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IMPORT TANT: Conte ents of this Pro Forma sh ould not be changed with c hout Senate approval. Minor amendm ment involving not more th 30% of th content ca be approv at the PT level. g han he an ved Tj Academ my/Faculty/C Centre Departm ment Program mme Course Code* Course Title* Course Pre-requisit te(s)/ Minimum Requirem m ment(s) Student Learning T t Time (SLT)* Credit H Hours* Learning Outcomes g s* Engineering g Biomedical Engineering Bachelor of Biomedical Engineering f KUEU 2139 9 Medical Ele ectronics KUEU 2142 Electronics 2 120 3 At the end o the course students are able to: of e, 1. Explain t basic prin the nciples of tra ansducers an electrodes nd s. 2. Explain a analyze basic op-am circuits, fillter circuits, Schmitt and mp S Trigger c circuits and oscillator circ o cuits. 3. Explain a analyze special purp and pose op-amp circuits. p 4. Describe and analyze the method of measure e d ement and co onversion (ADC & DAC). 5. Design a basic medic electronic device. cal cs Analysis an d problem so olving This subject introduces to the studen the theor of Transdu t nts ry ucers and Electrodes a well as the related ele as ectronic circu and comp uits ponents for medical app plications. Th specific circuit for ECG EMG and EEG are als he G, so included in t this course. Lecture, Tut torial Continuous Assessment : 40% % Final Examiination : 60% Marks for C Continuous Assessment will be displa A w ayed on the student notic ce board befor the final exam and grades will be determined after the fin re e e nal examination n.

Transferable Skills Synopsis of Course e Content ts

Method of Delivery (lecture, tutorial, workshop, etc) Assessm ment Metho ods*

Methodo ologies for F Feedback on Perfo ormance

nd Please refe r to the University of Malaya Rules an Regulatio (First ons Criteria in Summati ive Degree) 200 Handbook. 06 Assessm ment UM-PT0 01-PK03-BR0 003(BI)-S03

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IMPORT TANT: Conte ents of this Pro Forma sh ould not be changed with c hout Senate approval. Minor amendm ment involving not more th 30% of th content ca be approv at the PT level. g han he an ved Tj Academ Year mic Semeste er/Term Course Code Course Title Credit H Hours Medium of Instructi m ion Course Pre-requisit te(s)/ Minimum Requirem m ment(s) Main Re eference Teachin Materials/ ng / Equipment Learning Strategies g s Student Learning T t Time KUEU 2139 9 Medical Ele ectronics 3 English KUEU 2142 Electronics 2 Aston, Rich ard. Principle of biomed es dical instrume entation and d measureme Columbu Merrill Pu Co.c1990 ent, us: ub. 0. Textbook, le ecture note, LCD projecto or Lecture, Tut torial, Assign nment, Test, Examination n Face to face 44 hours e: Guided lear rning: 0 Independen learning: 72 hours nt 7 (Refer to St tudent Learning Time form m) Soft Ski ills Lecturer Room Critical Thin nking and Pro oblem Solvin (CT1,CT2 ng 2,CT3) (Refer to So Skills mat oft trix) Refer to Aca ademic Planner

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TEACHI ING SCHEDULE Week 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 Lecture/T Tutorial/Assi ignment Topic Principle of transduce and electro er odes I Principle of transduce and electro er odes II Operation Amplifier circuits nal r Inverting, summing, Integrators an differentia , nd ators Oscillator r Filters Special p purpose Op-A Amp circuits I Special p purpose Op-A Amp circuits II Tempera ature measur rement Strain, pr ressure and flow rate me f easurement Motion m measurement t ADC and DAC circuit and samplle and hold d ts Design of basic medical electronic device I cs Re eferences/T Teaching M Materials/Equ uipment Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s

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IMPORT TANT: Conte ents of this Pro Forma sh ould not be changed with c hout Senate approval. Minor amendm ment involving not more th 30% of th content ca be approv at the PT level. g han he an ved Tj Academ my/Faculty/C Centre Departm ment Program mme Course Code* Course Title* Course Pre-requisit te(s)/ Minimum Requirem m ment(s) Student Learning T t Time (SLT)* Credit H Hours* Learning Outcomes g s* Engineering g Biomedical Engineering Bachelor of Biomedical Engineering f KUEU 2174 4 Laboratory 4 None 40 1 At the end o the course students are able to: of e, 1. Conduct experiment after studyin the lab ex t ng xperiment ins structions. 2. Use the proper equip pment and pr rocedure to a analyze data a. 3. Interpret the data. t 4. Write the laboratory report in the proper forma e at. 5. Use the proper graph to display the results i n a clear and concise hs d manner. Analysis, cr ritical thinking problem so g, olving, comm munication, la report ab writing This course contains 10 experiments Most of th e experimen would be e 0 s. nts associated w the theo with oretical cours taught in t se that semeste er. Lecture, lab boratory work k Continuous Assessment : 100% Marks for C Continuous Assessment will be displa A w ayed on the student notic ce board befor the final exam and grades will be determined after the fin re e e nal examination n.

Transferable Skills Synopsis of Course e Content ts Method of Delivery (lecture, tutorial, workshop, etc) Assessm ment Metho ods* Methodo ologies for F Feedback on Perfo ormance

nd ons Please refe r to the University of Malaya Rules an Regulatio (First Criteria in Summati ive Degree) 200 Handbook. 06 Assessm ment UM-PT0 01-PK03-BR0 003(BI)-S03

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Academ Year mic Semeste er/Term Course Code Course Title Credit H Hours Medium of Instructi m ion Course Pre-requisit te(s)/ Minimum Requirem m ment(s) Main Re eference Teachin Materials/ ng / Equipment Learning Strategies g s Student Learning T t Time

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KUEU 2174 4 Laboratory 4 1 English None

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Critical Thin nking and Pro oblem Solvin (CT1,CT2 ng 2,CT3) Team Work Skills (TS1, TS2) k Life Long Le earning (LL1,LL2) Leadership Skills (LS1,L LS2) (Refer to S oft Skills ma atrix)

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IMPORT TANT: Conte ents of this Pro Forma sh ould not be changed with c hout Senate approval. Minor amendm ment involving not more th 30% of th content ca be approv at the PT level. g han he an ved Tj Academ my/Faculty/C Centre Departm ment Program mme Course Code* Course Title* Course Pre-requisit te(s)/ Minimum Requirem m ment(s) Student Learning T t Time (SLT)* Credit H Hours* Learning Outcomes g s* Engineering g Biomedical Engineering Bachelor of Biomedical Engineering f KUEU2137 Biomechaniics None 120 3 At the end o the course students are able to: of e, 1. Outline b biomechanics, statics, dy ynamics, kine etics, and kin nematics and d identify instrumentat tion used for measuring k kinetics and kinematics quantitie es. 2. Apply the concepts and theories of human sk e a keletal, huma upper and an d lower ex xtremities and human spin from a bio d ne omechanical perspective e. 3. Identify, describes all types of me echanical loa ading on the human body y and the r relationship to bone injur t ries. 4. Solve pro roblems relat to kinema ted atics (linear a angular) and kinetics and ) s (linear an angular). nd 5. Evaluate select and justify the pr e, roper movem ments to perf form specifie ed tasks. Analysis an d problem so olving Biomechaniics, statics, dynamics, kinetics, kinematics and identify , , instrumenta ation used fo measuring kinetics a or and kinemat tics quantitie es. Concepts a and theories of human skeletal, h s n human upper and low wer extremities and human spine from a biomechan nical perspec ctive. Types of mechanical loading on the human body and the relation n n nship to bon ne injuries. pro oblems relate to kinema ed atics (linear and angular and kinetics r) (linear and a angular) Lecture, Tut torial Continuous Assessment : 60% Final Examiination : 40% % Marks for C Continuous Assessment will be displa A w ayed on the student notic ce board befor the final exam and grades will be determined after the fin re e e nal examination n.

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KUEU 2137 7 Biomechaniics 3 English None 1. Susan J. Hall. Basic Biomechanic WCB Mc Graw Hill, USA, 1995. . cs, c U 2. Biomech hanics of Hum Movement, Adrian M and Coop JM, WCB man MJ per B MC Graw Hill, 1995 w 3. Function Human Movement-Measurement and Analysis, BR nal M Darward GD Baer and Rowe PJ Butterwort Heinemann, 1999 d, a J, th Textbook, le ecture note, LCD projecto or Refer to Stu udent Learnin Time form ng m Face to face 44 hours e: Guided lear rning: 0 Independen learning: 72 hours nt 7 (Refer to St tudent Learning Time form m)

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Critical Thin nking and Pro oblem Solvin (CT1,CT2 ng 2,CT3) (Refer to So Skills mat oft trix) Assoc. Prof Dr. Noor Az f. zuan Abu Os sman Level 8, Blo L, Engine ock eering Tower Faculty of Engineering r, 03-7967 685 / [email protected] 52 @um.edu.my Refer to Cla Schedule ass e

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TEACHI ING SCHEDULE Week 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 Lecture/T Tutorial/Assi ignment Topic Introduction to biomechanics. The biom mechanics of human grow and deve wth elopment. The biom mechanics of human skele articulations. etal The biom mechanics of human skele muscle. etal The biom mechanics of the human u upper and lower extremitie es. The biom mechanics of the human s spine. Equilibriu and huma movemen um an nt. Linear an angular kinematics an d kinetics of human nd movemen nts. Biomechanics of Gait t. Forces on Muscles an Joints. nd Equipments for Huma Motion An an nalysis. Rehabilitation Biomec chanics. Tissue M Mechanics. Re eferences/T Teaching M Materials/Equ uipment Textboo lecture no ok, otes Textboo lecture no ok, otes Textboo lecture no ok, otes Textboo lecture no ok, otes Textboo lecture no ok, otes Textboo lecture no ok, otes Textboo lecture no ok, otes Textboo lecture no ok, otes Textboo lecture no ok, otes Textboo lecture no ok, otes Textboo lecture no ok, otes Textboo lecture no ok, otes Textboo lecture no ok, otes Textboo lecture no ok, otes

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IMPORT TANT: Conte ents of this Pro Forma sh ould not be changed with c hout Senate approval. Minor amendm ment involving not more th 30% of th content ca be approv at the PT level. g han he an ved Tj Academ my/Faculty/C Centre Departm ment Program mme Course Code* Course Title* Course Pre-requisit te(s)/ Minimum Requirem m ment(s) Student Learning T t Time (SLT)* Credit H Hours* Learning Outcomes g s* Engineering g Biomedical Engineering Bachelor of Biomedical Engineering f KUEU3147 Biomaterials s None 120 3 At the end o the course students are able to: of e, 1. Describe the concep of biocomp e pt patibility and t basic concepts of the materials used in me s edical applica ations 2. Identify a different and tiate the prop perties of ma aterials (meta polymers als, s, ceramics composite used as biomaterials s, es) b 3. Evaluate the differen criteria that will lead to a successful implant in e nt t different types of tiss sue 4. Select th types of biomaterials that can be u he used for different on applicatio i.e. soft tissue , hard tissue and bllood t Analysis, re eport writing skills, communication and presentatio skills. s d on Materials t that are us sed in med dical applica cation. Mate erials (metals, polymers, ceramics, composites) that are used in biomaterials. ) e sponse and materials re esponse. Different criter ria Mechanism of host res needed for implants. Types of bioma aterials that c be used. can Lecture, Tut torial Continuous Assessment : 60% Final Examiination : 40% % Marks for C Continuous Assessment will be displa A w ayed on the student notic ce board befor the final exam and grades will be determined after the fin re e e nal examination n.

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Method of Delivery (lecture, tutorial, workshop, etc) Assessm ment Metho ods*

Methodo ologies for F Feedback on Perfo ormance

nd Please refe r to the University of Malaya Rules an Regulatio (First ons Criteria in Summati ive Degree) 200 Handbook. 06 Assessm ment UM-PT0 01-PK03-BR0 003(BI)-S03

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KUEU 3147 7 Biomaterials s 3 English None 1. Vincent, J.F.V. & Curry, J.D., The Mechanica Properties of Biological e al Materials Macmillan Press. s, 2. Vincent, J.F.V., Struc ctural Biomaterials, Macm millan Press. . 3. Hench, L L.L.,Biomaterials: An Inte erfacial Appro oach, Acade emic Press. 4. Putter, C Lange, G. & Groot, K., Implant M C., .L K Materials in Biofunction, Elsevier. . 5. Rubin, L L.R., Biomate erials in Reco onstructive S Surgery, C.V. Mosby . Compan ny Textbook, le ecture slide / Computer, LCD projecto or Lecture, Tut torial, Assign nment, Test, Examination n Face to face 44 hours e: Guided lear rning: 0 Independen learning: 72 hours nt 7 (Refer to St tudent Learning Time form m)

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Critical Thin nking 1,2,3, Professional Ethics and M P Moral 1,2 (Refer to So Skills mat oft trix) Associate P Professor Dr. W Mohd Az zhar bin Wan Ibrahim n A1-5-1, Bloc A, Depart ck tment of Biom medical Engiineering, Fac culty of Engineering g 82 03-7967 688 / [email protected] .my Refer to De epartmental Class Schedu C ule

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TEACHI ING SCHEDULE Week 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 Lecture/T Tutorial/Assi ignment Topic Introduction to biomaterials Structure and genera biomaterialls properties e al Bio metallic materials and its prop s perties and application a Bio polym meric materia and its pr als roperties and application d Bio ceram materials and its pro mics operties and application Bio comp posites materials and its p properties an applicatio nd on Semester Test Assignme Presenta ent ation: Implant Prostheses (Group 1 & t s 2). Assignme Presenta ent ation: Implant Prostheses (Group 3 & t s 4). Assignme Presenta ent ation: Implant Prostheses (Group 5 & t s 6) Assignme Presenta ent ation: Implant Prostheses (Group 7 & t s 8). Assignme Presenta ent ation: Implant Prostheses (Group 9 & t s 10). Assignme Presenta ent ation: Implant Prostheses (Group 11 & t s 12) . Report, discussion slides s Report, discussion slides s Report, discussion slides s Report, discussion slides s Report, discussion slides s Report, discussion slides s Textboo lecture slides ok, Re eferences/T Teaching M Materials/Equ uipment Textboo lecture slides ok, Textboo lecture slides ok, Textboo lecture slides ok, Textboo lecture slides ok, Textboo lecture slides ok, Textboo lecture slides ok,

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IMPORT TANT: Conte ents of this Pro Forma sh ould not be changed with c hout Senate approval. Minor amendm ment involving not more th 30% of th content ca be approv at the PT level. g han he an ved Tj Academ my/Faculty/C Centre Departm ment Program mme Course Code* Course Title* Course Pre-requisit te(s)/ Minimum Requirem m ment(s) Student Learning T t Time (SLT)* Credit H Hours* Learning Outcomes g s* Engineering g Biomedical Engineering Bachelor of Biomedical Engineering f KUEU 2143 3 Microcompu and digit systems uter tal None 120 3 At the end o the course students are able to: of e, 1. Explain d digital numbe systems and digital log circuits. er a gic 2. Illustrate common fea e atures of mic crocomputer architecture r e. 3. Use asse embly langua consists of addressin modes, subroutines, age s ng stack op perations and interrupt. d 4. Describe the use of memory interface. e m 5. Describe the use of Input/Output interface. e I 6. Apply the understand e ding of instru uction set, su ubroutines, in nterrupts, and d periphera interface to solve biom ral t medical engin neering-relate computing ed problems s. Analysis an d problem so olving This subjec introduce Microproc ct es cessor and systems, d digital logic circuits, addressing c instructions , arithmetic and logic in nstructions, interface, Input/Output interface, interrupts, t microproces ssor system. . Lecture, Tut torial Continuous Assessment : 40% Final Examiination : 60% % Marks for C Continuous Assessment will be displa A w ayed on the student notic ce board befor the final exam and grades will be determined after the fin re e e nal examination n. its Architec cture, numb ber mode, dat moveme ta ent program control, memo ory subroutines, design of

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Methodo ologies for F Feedback on Perfo ormance

nd Please refe r to the University of Malaya Rules an Regulatio (First ons Criteria in Summati ive Degree) 200 Handbook. 06 Assessm ment UM-PT0 01-PK03-BR0 003(BI)-S03

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KUEU 2143 3 Microcompu and digit systems uter tal 3 English None Barry B. Bre “The Inte Microproce ey. el essors”. USA Pearson Ed A: ducation, Inc c. Thomas Fly yod. “Digital Fundamentals”. New Jers F rsey: Pearson Eductiona, n Inc Textbook, le ecture note, LCD projecto or Lecture, Tut torial, Assign nment, Test, Examination n Face to face 44 hours e: Guided lear rning: 0 Independen learning: 72 hours nt 7 (Refer to St tudent Learning Time form m)

Teachin Materials/ ng / Equipment Learning Strategies g s Student Learning T t Time

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Critical Thin nking and Pro oblem Solvin (CT1,CT2 ng 2,CT3) (Refer to So Skills mat oft trix) Dr. Ting Hu a Nong A1-3-5, Bloc A, Depart ck tment of Biom medical Engiineering, Fac culty of Engineering g 82 03-7967 688 / [email protected] @um.edu.my Refer to De epartmental Class Schedu C ule

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TEACHI ING SCHEDULE Week 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 Lecture/T Tutorial/Assi ignment Topic Introduction to Microp processors a Compute and er Introduction to numbe systems er Logic gat tes, Latches and Flip-Flo ops Shift Reg gisters, Memory and Stor rage Microprocessor and it architectu re ts Addressing mode Data mov vement instru uctions Arithmetic and Logic instructions Program control instructions and Subroutines Hardware Specificatio e ons Memory Interface Input/Out tput Interface I e Input/Out tput Interface II e Re eferences/T Teaching M Materials/Equ uipment Referen Books [1],[2] , Lectur nce re Notes Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s

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IMPORT TANT: Conte ents of this Pro Forma sh ould not be changed with c hout Senate approval. Minor amendm ment involving not more th 30% of th content ca be approv at the PT level. g han he an ved Tj Academ my/Faculty/C Centre Departm ment Program mme Course Code* Course Title* Course Pre-requisit te(s)/ Minimum Requirem m ment(s) Student Learning T t Time (SLT)* Credit H Hours* Learning Outcomes g s* Engineering g Biomedical Engineering Bachelor of Biomedical Engineering f KUEU 3150 0 Biomedical Engineering Practices None 40 1 At the end o the course students are able to: of e, 1. Determin the clinica departmen in UMMC through visits and ne al nts C reatment of the patients. evaluate important equipments used for the tr e t 2. Determin and propo the solut ne ose tion of biome edical engine eering problem. . 3. Explain t safe working practice and current safety legis the e t slation in clinical d department. Analysis, re eport writing skills, communication and presentatio skills. s d on Identify cliniical departments of UMM Importan equipments used for th MC. nt he f treatment of the patients Safe working practice a current safety s. and s legislation in clinical dep n partment Lecture Continuous Assessment : 100% Marks for C Continuous Assessment will be displa A w ayed on the student notic ce board befor the final exam and grades will be determined after the fin re e e nal examination n.

Transferable Skills Synopsis of Course e Content ts Method of Delivery (lecture, tutorial, workshop, etc) Assessm ment Metho ods* ologies for F Feedback Methodo on Perfo ormance

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KUEU 3150 0 Biomedical Engineering Practices 1 English None

lecture slide / Computer LCD projec e r, ctor Refer to Stu udent Learnin Time form ng m Face to face 14 hours e: Guided lear rning: 0 Independen learning: 25 hours nt 2 (Refer to St tudent Learning Time form m)

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Critical Thin nking and pro oblem solving (CT1,CT2, g ,CT3) (Refer to Soft Skills s matrix) Associate P Professor Dr. W Mohd Az zhar bin Wan Ibrahim n A1-5-1, Bloc A, Depart ck tment of Biom medical Engiineering, Fac culty of Engineering g 82 03-7967 688 / [email protected] .my Refer to Cla Schedule ass e

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TEACHI ING SCHEDULE Week 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Lecture/T Tutorial/Assi ignment Topic Introduction to clinica engineering al g Orthoped department dics Introduction to Biome edical Imagin departmen ng nt Introduction to Medicine departme 1 ent Introduction to Medicine departme 2 ent Introduction to Medicine departme 3 ent Introduction to Rehab bilitations dep partment 1 Introduction to Rehab bilitations dep partment 2 Introduction to Rehab bilitations dep partment 3 Case study preparatio 1 on Re eferences/T Teaching M Materials/Equ uipment Lecture slides e Lecture slides e Lecture slides e Lecture slides e Lecture slides e Lecture slides e Lecture slides e Lecture slides e Relevan published report, nt persona interview and al a discuss sion. Relevan published report, nt persona interview and discussio al a on Relevan published report, nt persona interview and discussio al a on Relevan published report, nt persona interview and discussio al a on Written report and presentation p slides Written report and presentation p slides

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IMPORT TANT: Conte ents of this Pro Forma sh ould not be changed with c hout Senate approval. Minor amendm ment involving not more th 30% of th content ca be approv at the PT level. g han he an ved Tj Academ my/Faculty/C Centre Departm ment Program mme Course Code* Course Title* Course Pre-requisit te(s)/ Minimum Requirem m ment(s) Student Learning T t Time (SLT)* Credit H Hours* Learning Outcomes g s* Engineering g Biomedical Engineering Bachelor of Biomedical Engineering f KUEU 3175 5 Laboratory 5 None 40 1 At the end o the course students are able to: of e, 1. Conduct experiment after studyin the lab ex t ng xperiment ins structions. 2. Use the proper equip pment and pr rocedure to o obtain data. 3. Analyze the data. 4. Write the laboratory report in the proper forma at. e 5. Use the proper graph to display the results i n a clear and concise hs d manner. Analysis, cr ritical thinking problem so g, olving, comm munication, la report ab writing This course contains 10 experiments Most of th e experimen would be e 0 s. nts associated w the theo with oretical cours taught in t se that semeste er. Lecture, lab boratory work k Continuous Assessment : 100% Marks for C Continuous Assessment will be displa A w ayed on the student notic ce board befor the final exam and grades will be determined after the fin re e e nal examination n.

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KUEU 3175 5 Laboratory 5 1 English None

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Critical Thin nking and Pro oblem Solvin (CT1,CT2 ng 2,CT3) Team Work Skills (TS1,TS2), k Life Long Le earning and information managemen (LL1,LL2) m nt Leadership Skills (LS1,L LS2) oft trix) (Refer to So Skills mat

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IMPORT TANT: Conte ents of this Pro Forma sh ould not be changed with c hout Senate approval. Minor amendm ment involving not more th 30% of th content ca be approv at the PT level. g han he an ved Tj Academ my/Faculty/C Centre Departm ment Program mme Course Code* Course Title* Course Pre-requisit te(s)/ Minimum Requirem m ment(s) Student Learning T t Time (SLT)* Credit H Hours* Learning Outcomes g s* Engineering g Biomedical Engineering Bachelor of Biomedical Engineering f KUEU 3233 3 Signals and Systems d KXEX 1144 Basic Engin 4 neering Calculus KXEX 1145 Basic Engin 5 neering Algebra 120 3 At the end o the course students are able to: of e, 1. Define s ignals using mathematical description n. 2. Describe and analyse a system. e 3. Explain t propertie of the Fourier Series, F the es Fourier Trans sform and their sign nificance. 4. Apply an analyse si nd ignals using Fourier Serie and Fouri Transform es ier m. 5. Apply pro rograms to pr rocess data and also to e evaluate the results obtained d. 6. Solve the Laplace an Z transform problems. e nd . Analysis an d problem so olving This course introduces the basics of signal and s e t f systems to th students. he The student will be exp ts posed to sign transform nal mation and sig gnal properties. Lecture, Tut torial Continuous Assessment : 40% % Final Examiination : 60% Marks for C Continuous Assessment will be displa A w ayed on the student notic ce board befor the final exam and grades will be determined after the fin re e e nal examination n.

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KUEU 3233 3 Signals and Systems d 3 English KXEX 1144 Basic Engin 4 neering Calculus KXEX 1145 Basic Engin 5 neering Algebra Michael J. R Roberts. “Sig gnals and Systems” .New York: McGr w raw-Hill Reference B Books, Lectu Notes ure Lecture, Tut torial, Assign nment, Test, Examination n Face to face 44 hours e: Guided lear rning: 0 Independen learning: 72 hours nt 7 (Refer to St tudent Learning Time form m)

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Critical think king and problem solving (CT1, CT2, CT3) g (Refer to So Skills mat oft trix) Mr. Ng Siew Cheok w A1-5-2, Bloc A, Depart ck tment of Biom medical Engiineering, Fac culty of Engineering g 85 03-7967 448 / siewcng [email protected] my Refer to De epartmental Class Schedu C ule

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TEACHI ING SCHEDULE Week 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 Lecture/T Tutorial/Assi ignment Topic Introduction Mathema atical Descrip ption of Signa als Analysis of systems Fourier S Series Fourier T Transform Fourier a analysis of sig gnals Sampling and the Dis g screte Fourie Transform er Convolut tion and matr properties rix s Correlatio Energy Spectral Den sity and pow spectral on, S wer density Laplace T Transform Laplace T Transform an nalysis of sig gnals Z transform Z transform analysis of signals Re eferences/T Teaching M Materials/Equ uipment Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s

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IMPORT TANT: Conte ents of this Pro Forma sh ould not be changed with c hout Senate approval. Minor amendm ment involving not more th 30% of th content ca be approv at the PT level. g han he an ved Tj Academ my/Faculty/C Centre Departm ment Program mme Course Code* Course Title* Course Pre-requisit te(s)/ Minimum Requirem m ment(s) Student Learning T t Time (SLT)* Credit H Hours* Learning Outcomes g s* Engineering g Biomedical Engineering Bachelor of Biomedical Engineering f KUEU 3148 8 Electromag netism and electrical machines e KUEU 2142 Electronics 2 KUEU 2141 Electrical Circuit Analys 1 C sis 120 3 At the end o the course students are able to: of e, 1. Solve pro roblems involving Ampere law and G e’s Gauss’ law. 2. Solve as ssociated ind ductance problems. 3. Apply Fa araday’s law to magnetic system with time varying fields. h g 4. Perform calculations related to el lectromecha nical energy conversion in electric m machines. 5. Explain t basic com the mponents of electric drive system and explain the e d eir functions s. 6. Explain t use of dc and ac mot the c tors in biome edical applica ations Analysis an d problem so olving This subject introduces the magnetic field conce Ampere’s and t c ept, s Faraday’s la for magne system with time var aw etic w rying fields. Basic B components for electric drive system and their fu s m unctions, diff ferent parts o of ac and dc m motors are also included with extensio of applica w on ations in engineering. biomedical e . Lecture, Tut torial Continuous Assessment : 40% Final Examiination : 60% % Marks for C Continuous Assessment will be displa A w ayed on the student notic ce board befor the final exam and grades will be determined after the fin re e e nal examination n.

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Method of Delivery (lecture, tutorial, workshop, etc) Assessm ment Metho ods*

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KUEU 3148 8 Electromag netism and Electrical Ma E achines 3 English KUEU 2142 Electronics 2 KUEU 2141 Electrical Circuit Analys 1 C sis 1. Sadiku, M Matthew N. O. (2007). “E O Elements of E Electromagnetics”. 4th Edition. N New York: Oxford Univ versity Press s. 2. Enginee ring electrom magnetic 6th ed. by Hay William h yt, 3. Bioelectr romagnetic Medicine By Paul J. Rosc Marko S. Markov M ch, 4. Electrica Machinery Fundamenta Stephen J. Chapman 3rd Edition, al als, n, McGraw wHill Internatio onal Edition. Textbook, le ecture note, LCD projecto or Lecture, Tut torial, Assign nment, test, Examination E Face to face 44 hours e: Guided lear rning: 0 Independen learning: 72 hours nt 7 (Refer to St tudent Learning Time form m)

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Critical Thin nking and Pro oblem solving (CT1,CT2, ,CT3) (Refer to So Skills mat oft trix) Dr. Ting Hu a Nong A1-3-5, Bloc A, Depart ck tment of Biom medical Engiineering, Fac culty of Engineering g 82 03-7967 688 / [email protected] @um.edu.my Refer to Cla Schedule ass e

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TEACHI ING SCHEDULE Week 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 Lecture/T Tutorial/Assi ignment Topic Vector algebra, coord dinate system and trans ms sformation Vector ca alculus Coulomb Law, field intensity and electric flux density b’s d x Gauss’s Law, electric potential an dipole c nd Biot-Sava art’s Law, Am mpere’s Law w Magnetic flux density Maxwell’s e c y, equations Faraday’s Law s Inductanc ce Basic prin nciples of ele ectric machin nes Elements of electric drive system s d DC motors I DC motors II AC motors I Re eferences/T Teaching M Materials/Equ uipment Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s

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IMPORT TANT: Conte ents of this Pro Forma sh ould not be changed with c hout Senate approval. Minor amendm ment involving not more th 30% of th content ca be approv at the PT level. g han he an ved Tj Academ my/Faculty/C Centre Departm ment Program mme Course Code* Course Title* Course Pre-requisit te(s)/ Minimum Requirem m ment(s) Student Learning T t Time (SLT)* Credit H Hours* Learning Outcomes g s* Engineering g Biomedical Engineering Bachelor of Biomedical Engineering f KUEU 3149 9 Control Sys stems None 120 3 At the end o the course students are able to: of e, 1. Explain t concept of control sys the o stem structu res. 2. Calculate transfer fun e nctions of ca ascaded cont systems. trol . 3. Model co ontrol system and param ms meters for an nalogue and digital. 4. Apply P, PI & PID mo odes of control. 5. Explain a analyze stability concepts and its criterions. and s 6. Design a impleme a simple control syste and ent c em. Analysis an d problem so olving This subject introduces the concept of control sy t ystem, transf functions of fer cascaded s systems and their parameters. Con d ntrol approaches such a as PID, system stability, sk m ketching tech hniques and plotting are also include d e ed to equip stu udents with necessary to ools in solvin biomedical engineerin ng ng problems. Lecture, Tut torial Continuous Assessment : 40% % Final Examiination : 60% Marks for C Continuous Assessment will be displa A w ayed on the student notic ce board befor the final exam and grades will be determined after the fin re e e nal examination n.

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KUEU 3149 9 Control Sys stems 3 English None 1. Ogata, K (2002). Mo K. odern Contro Engineerin (4th ed.). Upper Saddle ol ng U e River, NJ Prentice Hall. J: H 2. Richard, C.D., Rober H. B. (2005 Modern C rt 5). Control Syste (10th ed.). em Upper Sa addle River, NJ: Prentice Hall. e Textbook, le ecture note, LCD projecto or Lecture, Tut torial, Assign nment, Test, Examination n 120 hours Face to face 44 hours e: Guided lear rning: 0 Independen learning: 72 hours nt 7 (Refer to St tudent Learning Time form m)

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Critical Thin nking and Pro oblem Solvin (CT1,CT2 ng 2,CT3) (Refer to So Skills mat oft trix) Ahmad Kha Abdul Wa airi ahab A1-5-5, Bloc A, Depart ck tment of Biom medical Engiineering, Faculty of E Engineering 88 03-7967 448 / [email protected] Refer to Cla Schedule ass e

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TEACHI ING SCHEDULE Week 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 Lecture/T Tutorial/Assi ignment Topic Control s systems: Term minology and basic struc d cture Feed forw ward-Feedba control st ack tructure Dynamic models: tran nsfer function models n Models o electric circ of cuits Generaliz block dia zed agram of a fe eedback syst tem Motion co ontrol system ms Feedback control sys stem charact teristics : Pro oportional, Integral a derivative modes and Feedback control sys stem charact teristics : Pro oportional, Integral a derivative modes con and ntinued Stability c concepts : Routh stability criterion an examples y nd Stability r range for a parameter p Performa ance specifications of fee edback systems Root locu concept and guideline for sketching Root Loci us es Nyquist s stability criter rion and Bod plots de Re eferences/T Teaching M Materials/Equ uipment Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s

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IMPORT TANT: Conte ents of this Pro Forma sh ould not be changed with c hout Senate approval. Minor amendm ment involving not more th 30% of th content ca be approv at the PT level. g han he an ved Tj Academ my/Faculty/C Centre Departm ment Program mme Course Code* Course Title* Course Pre-requisit te(s)/ Minimum Requirem m ment(s) Student Learning T t Time (SLT)* Credit H Hours* Learning Outcomes g s* Engineering g Biomedical Engineering Bachelor of Biomedical Engineering f KUEU 3245 5 of Mechanics o Machines KUEU 1130 Statics 0 KUEU 1154 Dynamics 4 80 2 At the end o the course students are able to: of e, 1. Describe and solve problems involving kinem e p matics and kin netics of slider me echanism an four-bar mechanism nd m 2. Describe and solve problems involving action of gears an gear trains e p n nd s 3. Describe and solve problems involving bodies undergoing vibrations e p s g with two degrees of freedom f 4. Solve kin nematics and kinetics pro d oblems in 3D rigid body D 5. Design g gears and me echanisms Analysis an d problem so olving. Kinematics and kinetics of slider mechanism and four-bar me d echanism. Gears and g gear trains Lecture Continuous Assessment : 40% Final Examiination : 60% % Continuous Assessment will be displa A w ayed on the student notic ce Marks for C board befor the final exam and grades will be determined after the fin re e e nal examination n.

Transferable Skills Synopsis of Course e Content ts Method of Delivery (lecture, tutorial, workshop, etc) Assessm ment Metho ods*

ologies for F Feedback Methodo on Perfo ormance

nd Please refe r to the University of Malaya Rules an Regulatio (First ons Criteria in Summati ive Degree) 200 Handbook. 06 Assessm ment UM-PT0 01-PK03-BR0 003(BI)-S03

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KUEU 3245 5 of Mechanics o Machines English 2 KUEU 1130 Statics 0 KUEU 1154 Dynamics 4 Harrison HR & Nettleton T. Principle of Enginee R n es ering Mechanics, 2nd Edition. Reference B Books, Lectu Notes ure Lecture, Ass signment, Te Examina est, ation Face to face 28 hours e: Guided lear rning: 0 Independen learning: 48 hours nt 4 (Refer to St tudent Learning Time form m)

Soft Ski ills Lecturer Room

Critical Thin nking and Pro oblem Solvin (CT1,CT2 ng 2,CT3) (Refer to S oft Skills ma atrix)

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TEACHI ING SCHEDULE Week 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 Lecture/T Tutorial/Assi ignment Topic Mechanis sms Mechanis sms Mechanis sms Spur gea ars Spur gea ars Compoun gears nd Compoun gears nd Belt drive e Belt drive e Mechanic of rigid bo cs odies in 3D Mechanic of rigid bo cs odies in 3D Mechanic of rigid bo cs odies in 3D Vibration with two deg grees of free edom Re eferences/T Teaching M Materials/Equ uipment Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s

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IMPORT TANT: Conte ents of this Pro Forma sh ould not be changed with c hout Senate approval. Minor amendm ment involving not more th 30% of th content ca be approv at the PT level. g han he an ved Tj Academ my/Faculty/C Centre Departm ment Program mme Course Code* Course Title* Course Pre-requisit te(s)/ Minimum Requirem m ment(s) Student Learning T t Time (SLT)* Credit H Hours* Learning Outcomes g s* Engineering g Biomedical Engineering Bachelor of Biomedical Engineering f KUEU3146 Biomedical Statistics None 82 2 At the end o the course students are able to: of e, 1. Evaluate the concepts and theori of statisti cal used in biomedical e ies b engineer ring. 2. Apply sta atistical pack kage to analy biomedic engineering problems yse cal s. 3. Formulat statistical analysis to the case stud te dy. Analysis an d problem so olving Basic conce epts, theory and techniq ques of stat tistics used in bio-medic cal engineering Introductio of statist g. on tical packag e to analys bio-medic se cal engineering problems. Application of statistical a g A analysis in the case study y. Lecture Continuous Assessment : 40% Final Examiination : 60% % Marks for C Continuous Assessment will be displa A w ayed on the student notic ce board befor the final exam and grades will be determined after the fin re e e nal examination n.

Transferable Skills Synopsis of Course e Content ts Method of Delivery (lecture, tutorial, workshop, etc) Assessm ment Metho ods*

Methodo ologies for F Feedback on Perfo ormance

nd Please refe r to the University of Malaya Rules an Regulatio (First ons Criteria in Summati ive Degree) 200 Handbook. 06 Assessm ment UM-PT0 01-PK03-BR0 003(BI)-S03

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KUEU 3146 6 Biomedical Statistics English 2 None 1. Jan W. K Kuzma, Step phen E. Bohn nenblust. Bas Statistics for the Health sic . Sciences McGraw-H International Editiopn. Fifth Edition s. Hill n. 2. Neil A. W Weiss. Introductory Statis stics: Internat tional edition Pearson n. Addison Wesley. Eig Edition. ght Reference B Books, Slides, Computer & LCD r Lecture, As ssignment, Test, Examina T ation Face to face 28 hours e: Guided lear rning: 0 Independen learning: 48 hours nt 4 (Refer to St tudent Learning Time form m)

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Life Long Le earning and information managemen (LL1,LL2) m nt Ethics and P Professional Moral (EM1,EM2) (Refer to so skills matr oft rix) Associate P Professor Dr. W Mohd Az zhar bin Wan Ibrahim n A1-5-1, Bloc A, Depart ck tment of Biom medical Engiineering, Fac culty of Engineering g 82 03-7967 688 / [email protected] .my Refer to Cla Schedule ass e

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TEACHI ING SCHEDULE Week 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 Lecture/T Tutorial/Assi ignment Topic Introduction to Biosta atistics Data collections, data analyses an data pres a nd sentations Basic Pro obability Con ncepts Estimatio on Hypothes Testing sis Analysis of Variance Simple Linear Regres ssion and Co orrelation Mid-Sem mester Multiple R Regression and Correlatiion a Non-Para ametric and Distribution-f D free Statistic c Using Sta atistical Softw ware l Using Sta atistical Softw ware ll Project P Paper Presen ntation Present tations Present tations Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s Re eferences/T Teaching M Materials/Equ uipment Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s

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IMPORT TANT: Conte ents of this Pro Forma sh ould not be changed with c hout Senate approval. Minor amendm ment involving not more th 30% of th content ca be approv at the PT level. g han he an ved Tj Academ my/Faculty/C Centre Departm ment Program mme Course Code* Course Title* Course Pre-requisit te(s)/ Minimum Requirem m ment(s) Student Learning T t Time (SLT)* Credit H Hours* Learning Outcomes g s* Engineering g Biomedical Engineering Bachelor of Biomedical Engineering f KUEU 4140 0 Safety, Stan ndards and Ethics in Biom E medical Eng ineering None 80 2 At the end o the course students are able to: of e, 1. Explain t medical safety standa (Malaysia IEC, BS) the s ard a, 2. Evaluate the electrica hazard for medical equ e al r uipment. 3. Determin the device available to protect ag ne es gainst electric hazards. cal 4. Describe the regulato requirem e ory ment related t biocompat to tibility of implant/m medical device. 5. Explain t ethical is the ssues related to biomedic engineering. d cal analysis The course covers the medical safety standard or safety codes to guid e d c de equipment manufacture in the production of safe equipm ers ment, electric cal hazards of medical instr ruments e.g macroshock and micros k shock hazard ds, physiologica effects of electricity on human body, lea al o n akage curren nt, devices to protect against electrica hazards, and an equ al uipment safe ety programme e. Lecture Continuous Assessment : 40% Final Examiination : 60% % Continuous Assessment will be displa A w ayed on the student notic ce Marks for C board befor the final exam and grades will be determined after the fin re e e nal examination n.

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Method of Delivery (lecture, tutorial, workshop, etc) Assessm ment Metho ods*

Methodo ologies for F Feedback on Perfo ormance

nd Please refe r to the University of Malaya Rules an Regulatio (First ons Criteria in Summati ive Degree) 200 Handbook. 06 Assessm ment UM-PT0 01-PK03-BR0 003(BI)-S03

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KUEU 4140 0 Safety, Stan ndards and Ethics in Biom E medical Eng ineering English 2 None 1. Aston, R Principles of Biomedica Instrument R. o al tation and Measure ement. 2. Carr, J.J Brown J.M. Introduction to Biomedi cal Equipme J, n ent Technolo ogy. 3. Cromwe L, Weibell F.J., Pfeiffer E.A. Biomed ell r dical Instrum mentation and d Measure ements. Reference B Books, Lectu Notes ure Refer to Stu udent Learnin Time form ng m 80 hours Face to face e:28 hours Guided lear rning:0 hour Independen learning:48 hours nt 8 (Refer to St tudent Learning Time form m)

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Communica ation Skills (CS1,CS2,CS S3) Professiona Ethics and Moral (EM1,EM2) al (Refer to So Skills mat oft trix)

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TEACHI ING SCHEDULE Week 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 Lecture/T Tutorial/Assi ignment Topic Introduction to global standard of medical dev vices. Introduction to Asian standard of medical devices. Towards standardized safety cod es of medica devices in al Malaysia. Medical s safety codes in the UK an Europe nd The elect trical hazard in medical d devices Definition of macro-sh n hock and mic cro-shock. Safety S measures toward electric shock. s The effec of electric current on t physiolog cts c the gical aspects s of human body. n Definition of leakage current. n Introduction to device that can p rotect agains electrical es st hazards Devices t protect ag to gainst high-vo oltage micro-shock and the danger of micro-s shock Introduction to safety devices pro gram. Safety cr riteria in designing mecha anical device in es biomedic engineerin cal ng. Pressure sores – Pre e essure limits, Forces actin on human ng n skin Introduction to ethical and bioethi cal issues. Ethical E s s e problems in medical science and biomedical engineering Re eferences/T Teaching M Materials/Equ uipment Lecture and Semina Notes e ar Lecture and Semina Notes e ar Lecture and Semina Notes e ar Lecture Notes e Lecture Notes e Lecture Notes e Lecture Notes e Lecture Notes e Lecture Notes e Lecture Notes e Lecture Notes e Lecture Notes e Lecture Notes e Lecture Notes e

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IMPORT TANT: Conte ents of this Pro Forma sh ould not be changed with c hout Senate approval. Minor amendm ment involving not more th 30% of th content ca be approv at the PT level. g han he an ved Tj Academ my/Faculty/C Centre Departm ment Program mme Course Code* Course Title* Course Pre-requisit te(s)/ Minimum Requirem m ment(s) Student Learning T t Time (SLT)* Credit H Hours* Learning Outcomes g s* Engineering g Biomedical Engineering g Bachelor of Biomedical Engineering f KUEU 4180 0 Capstone P Project 1 None 42 1 At the end o the course students are able to: of e, a 1. Design e experiment to test out a hypothesis. o h 2. Use the proper equip pment and procedure to o obtain data. 3. Interpret the data. t 4. Write the laboratory report in the proper form at. e 5. Use the proper graph to display the results iin a clear and concise hs d manner. Analysis an problem so nd olving This course contains fiv experimen Most of th experime e ve nts. he ents would be e related to th main components in Biomedical E ngineering. he B Lecture, La b Work Continuous Assessmen : 100% nt Final Exam ination : Marks for C Continuous Assessment will be displa A w ayed on the student notic ce board befor the final exam and gr re e rades will be determined after the fin e nal examination n.

Transferable Skills Synopsis of Course e Content ts Method of Delivery (lecture, tutorial, workshop, etc) Assessm ment Metho ods*

Methodo ologies for F Feedback on Perfo ormance

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KUEU 4180 0 Capstone P Project 1 1 English None Irrelevant. Laboratory Equipment Lecture, La boratory Work, Laboratory Report Face to face 4 hours e: Guided lear rning: 24 hou urs Independen learning: 16 hours nt (Refer to St tudent Learning Time form)

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Critical Thin nking and Pro oblem Solvin (CT1,CT2 ng 2,CT3), Team Work Skills (TS1, TS2) k , Life Long Le earning (LL1,LL2) Leadership Skills (LS1,L LS2) (Refer to So Skills mat oft trix) Mr. Ng Siew Cheok w ck A1-5-2, Bloc A, Depart tment of Biom medical Engiineering, Fac culty of Engineering g 03-7967 44 85 / siewcng [email protected] my

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IMPORT TANT: Conte ents of this Pro Forma sh ould not be changed with c hout Senate approval. Minor amendm ment involving not more th 30% of th content ca be approv at the PT level. g han he an ved Tj Academ my/Faculty/C Centre Departm ment Program mme Course Code* Course Title* Course Pre-requisit te(s)/ Minimum Requirem m ment(s) Student Learning T t Time (SLT)* Credit H Hours* Learning Outcomes g s* Engineering g Biomedical Engineering Bachelor of Biomedical Engineering f KUEU 2190 0 Industrial Tr raining None 200 5 At the end o the course students are able to: of e, 1. apply the knowledge obtained du e e uring lectures and course s ework in practical situations. 2. gain deta ailed knowledge of some real-life app e plications of biomedical b engineer ring and how it interacts with the wide community w w er y. 3. be able t intelligently weigh the challenges a constrain of a to and nts commerc biomedic engineeri setting, in cial cal ing ncluding eco onomic, environm mental, socia and ethical constraints. al . an 4. have ext tensive expe erience of working within a establishe ed professio onal team, and interacting within a lar rger organisa ation successf fully. 5. be able t relate the ethical principles learn a part of form academic to as mal study to decisions an strategies applied at th point of nd he impleme entation. Analysis, pr roblem solvin critical thinking, comm ng, munication Students wiill be expose to biomed ed dical enginee ering working environmen g nt. Knowledge in biomedi ical enginee ering applica ations & de evelopment of interpersona communic al cation skills. Working En nvironment Continuous Assessment : 100% None

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KUEU 2190 0 Industrial Tr raining 5 English None None Working En nvironment Refer to Stu udent Learnin Time form ng m 200 hours Face to face 0 e: Guided lear rning: 0 Independen learning: 200 hours nt 2 (Refer to St tudent Learning Time form m)

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Critical Thin nking 1,2,3 (Refer to So Skills mat oft trix)

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IMPORT TANT: Conte ents of this Pro Forma sh ould not be changed with c hout Senate approval. Minor amendm ment involving not more th 30% of th content ca be approv at the PT level. g han he an ved Tj Academ my/Faculty/C Centre Departm ment Program mme Course Code* Course Title* Course Pre-requisit te(s)/ Minimum Requirem m ment(s) Student Learning T t Time (SLT)* Credit H Hours* Learning Outcomes g s* Engineering g Biomedical Engineering g Bachelor of Biomedical Engineering f KUEU 4183 3 Graduation Project 1 None 81 2 At the end o the course students are able to: of e, 1. Search f relevant information to a research problem. for o 2. Discrimin nate the curr rent available methods of solving problem. e f 3. Work ind dependently or in a group to complete a research project. p e 4. Conduct appropriate experiments to solve the research problem. t s e 5. Analyze data obtaine ed. 6. Discuss and state log gical conclus sions from re esults. Critical think king, problem solving, project paper p m presentation Student willl learn to sea arch for relev vant informat tion and discriminate the current ava ilable methods of solving problem. Th will expe g hey erience working ind ependently or in a group and conduc o cting appropriate experiments to solve the research problem They will have sk to analyz s e y kills ze data, discus and state logical conclusions from results. ss Lecture, Dis scussion, De emonstration Continuous Assessmen : 100% (Gr nt rade I) Marks for C Continuous Assessment will be displa A w ayed on the student notic ce board befor the final exam and gr re e rades will be determined after the fin e nal examination n.

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er niversity of Malaya Rule and Reg es gulations (Fir rst Please refe to the Un Criteria in Summati ive Degree) 200 Handboo 06 ok. Assessm ment UM-PT0 01-PK03-BR0 003(BI)-S03

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KUEU 4183 3 Graduation Project I 2 English

Not relevan nt Journals, La equipmen ab nt Refer to Stu udent Learning Time form m 81 Face to face e:14 Guided lear rning:0 Independen learning: 66 nt 6 (Refer to St tudent Learning Time form)

Soft Ski ills

Communica ation Skills (C CS1,CS2,CS S3) Critical Thin nking and Pro oblem Solvin (CT1,CT2 ng 2,CT3) Life Long Le earning and Information Managemen (LL1,LL2) nt (Refer to So Skills mat oft trix)

Lecturer Room Telepho one/e-mail Lecture/ /Tutorial/Pra actical Session n: Day/Tim me Venue Important Dates UM-PT0 01-PK03-BR0 004(BI)-S03 Refer to Cla Schedule ass e

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IMPORT TANT: Conte ents of this Pro Forma sh ould not be changed with c hout Senate approval. Minor amendm ment involving not more th 30% of th content ca be approv at the PT level. g han he an ved Tj Academ my/Faculty/C Centre Departm ment Program mme Course Code* Course Title* Course Pre-requisit te(s)/ Minimum Requirem m ment(s) Student Learning T t Time (SLT)* Credit H Hours* Learning Outcomes g s* Engineering g Biomedical Engineering g Bachelor of Biomedical Engineering f KUEU 4134 4 Medical Ins trumentation Application and Design n: n n KUEU 2142 Electronics 2 KUEU 2139 Medical Ele 9 ectronics 120 3 At the end o the course students are able to: of e, 1. Explain th basic con he ncept of medical instrume entation. 2. Determin the different specifications and orig of bio po ne gin otentials. 3. Explain a analyze patient monitoring system and ms. 4. Analyze s simple pacem maker and defibrillator ci rcuits. 5. Design a basic biome edical instrum mentation ap pplication. Analysis an problem so nd olving This subjec relates th structure and the co ct he components of biomedic cal equipment. It stresses deep underst d tanding of in nstrumentatio devices an on nd systems for a particular application in biomedica Instrumen r r al. ntation for Bi iopotentials, cardiovascular, respirato and othe important physiologic ory er t cal parameters are covere in this co ed ourse. Stude ents are als required to so design a ba asic biomedic instrumen cal ntation devic ce. Lecture, Tu torial Continuous Assessmen : 50% nt Final Exam ination : 50% % Marks for C Continuous Assessment will be displa A w ayed on the student notic ce board befor the final exam and gr re e rades will be determined after the fin e nal examination n.

Transferable Skills Synopsis of Course e Content ts

Method of Delivery (lecture, tutorial, workshop, etc) Assessm ment Metho ods*

Methodo ologies for F Feedback on Perfo ormance

Please refe to the Un er niversity of Malaya Rule and Reg es gulations (Fir rst Criteria in Summati ive Degree) 200 Handboo 06 ok. Assessm ment UM-PT0 01-PK03-BR0 003(BI)-S03

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Academ Year mic Semeste er/Term Course Code Course Title Credit H Hours Medium of Instructi m ion Course Pre-requisit te(s)/ Minimum Requirem m ment(s) Main Re eference

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KUEU 4134 4 Medical Ins trumentation Application and Design n: n n 3 English KUEU 2142 Electronics 2 KUEU 2139 Medical Ele 9 ectronics 1. Biomedic Instrumentation and Measuremen by Leslie Cromwell, cal M nts Fred J. W Weibell, & Er rich A. Pfeiffe Prentice H er, Hall, 1980 gn 2. Medical Instrumentation application and desig 3rd ed. Jo Webster, ohn , John Wi ley, 1998 Textbook, le ecture note, LCD projecto or Lecture, Tu torial, Assign nment, Test, Examination n Face to face 44 hours e: Guided lear rning: 0 Independen learning: 72 hours nt 7 (Refer to St tudent Learning Time form)

Teachin Materials/ ng / Equipment Learning Strategies g s Student Learning T t Time

Soft Ski ills Lecturer Room Telepho one/e-mail Lecture/ /Tutorial/Pra actical Session n: Day/Tim me Venue Important Dates UM-PT0 01-PK03-BR0 004(BI)-S03

Critical Thin nking and Pro oblem Solvin (CT1,CT2 ng 2,CT3) (Refer to So Skills mat oft trix)

Refer to Cla Schedule ass e

Test : Examination : n

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TEACHI ING SCHEDULE Week 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 Tutorial/Assi ignment Topic Lecture/T Basic con ncept of med dical instrume entation The origin of biopoten ntials Bio-poten ntial amplifiers Bio-poten ntial amplifiers (Continue ed) Cardiova ascular meas surement, EC machine principles an CG nd circuits Measurement of bloo flow, Ultra sonic measu od urements and d principles s Respirato systems and measure ory ements EEG mac chine princip ples and circu uits Electrosu urgery and Ablation EEG machine pri A inciples and circuits Pacemak and Defib ker brillator circu its Design a basic biome edical instrum mentation ap pplication Design a basic biome edical instrum mentation ap pplication Case study1 Re eferences/T Teaching M Materials/Equ uipment Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s

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IMPORT TANT: Conte ents of this Pro Forma sh ould not be changed with c hout Senate approval. Minor amendm ment involving not more th 30% of th content ca be approv at the PT level. g han he an ved Tj Academ my/Faculty/C Centre Departm ment Program mme Course Code* Course Title* Course Pre-requisit te(s)/ Minimum Requirem m ment(s) Student Learning T t Time (SLT)* Credit H Hours* Learning Outcomes g s* Engineering g Biomedical Engineering g Bachelor of Biomedical Engineering f KUEU 4135 5 Manageme nt and Clinic Engineering cal None 120 3 At the end o the course students are able to: of e, 1. Describe healthcare technology managemen and clinical engineering e m nt g. 2. Describe the use of ICT in health e I hcare techno ology manage ement 3. Explain t technology assessment, risk manage a ement, patien and medic nt cal device s afety. 4. Identify m medical devices standard regulation and emer ds, ns rging technolo ogy. 5. Analyze the problem of healthca technolog managem ms are gy ment and clinical e engineering. Analytic and critical thinking d The course exposes the students to the healthca managem e are ment and clinical engiineering. A fe important issues are a ew t addressed in this course n e such as hea althcare tech hnology, telem medicine, ma anagement of medical o devices, he althcare tech hnology man nagement, he ealthcare tec chnology assessmen t, healthcare technology advancemen e nt. Lecture, Tu torial Continuous Assessmen : 60% nt Final Exam ination : 40% % Marks for C Continuous Assessment will be displa A w ayed on the student notic ce board befor the final exam and gr re e rades will be determined after the fin e nal examination n.

Transferable Skills Synopsis of Course e Content ts

Method of Delivery (lecture, tutorial, workshop, etc) Assessm ment Metho ods*

Methodo ologies for F Feedback on Perfo ormance

Please refe r to the Univ versity of Malaya Rules an Regulatio (First nd ons Criteria in Summati ive Degree) 200 Handboo 06 ok. Assessm ment UM-PT0 01-PK03-BR0 003(BI)-S03

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Academ Year mic Semeste er/Term Course Code Course Title Credit H Hours Medium of Instructi m ion Course Pre-requisit te(s)/ Minimum Requirem m ment(s) Main Re eference Teachin Materials/ ng / Equipment Learning Strategies g s Student Learning T t Time

Refer to Aca ademic Plan nner

KUEU 4135 5 Manageme nt and Clinic Engineering cal 3 Engish None

Soft Ski ills Lecturer Room Telepho one/e-mail Lecture/ /Tutorial/Pra actical Session n: Day/Tim me Venue Important Dates UM-PT0 01-PK03-BR0 004(BI)-S03 Refer to Cla Schedule ass e

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TEACHI ING SCHEDULE Week 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 Tutorial/Assi ignment Topic Lecture/T Introduction to Health hcare Techno ology Medical T Technology Managemen Overview M nt: Health In nformation Sy ystem Technolo Assessm ogy ment and Equ uipment Asse et Managem ment Equipment Acquisition and Risk M Management t Medical D Devices: Reg gulations and Standards d Introduction to Clinica Engineerin al ng Medical e equipment Maintenance: Operation Management M M Medical e equipment Maintenance: Quality Man M nagement Health Te echnology Assessment ( I) Health Te echnology Assessment ( II) Technica Specificatio Preparatiion and Evaluation al on: Medical D Devices- Des sign, Manufa acturing, Eva aluation and Control Re eferences/T Teaching M Materials/Equ uipment Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s

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IMPORT TANT: Conte ents of this Pro Forma sh ould not be changed with c hout Senate approval. Minor amendm ment involving not more th 30% of th content ca be approv at the PT level. g han he an ved Tj Academ my/Faculty/C Centre Departm ment Program mme Course Code* Course Title* Course Pre-requisit te(s)/ Minimum Requirem m ment(s) Student Learning T t Time (SLT)* Credit H Hours* Learning Outcomes g s* Engineering g Biomedical Engineering g Bachelor of Biomedical Engineering f KUEU 4132 2 Artificial Org gans and Bio otransport None 80 2 At the end o the course students are able to: of e, 1. Explain t mass transfer princip the ples for mixtu ures, species explain s, mass ba alances, diffu usive and con nvective tran nsport and de etermine mas ss transfer in synthetic membranes. 2. Determin the principles of haem ne modialysis an explain ma transfer nd ass performa ance of the artificial kidne a ey. 3. Explain p principles of cardiopulmo onary bypass and problem related to s ms o artificial lung designs in membran oxygenato s ne ors. Analysis an problem so nd olving This course introduces the mass transfer princip e t ples for mixtu ures, species s velocities an fluxes. Ma balances diffusive a convectiv transport. nd ass s, and ve Principles o cardiopulm of monary bypas and proble ss ems related to artificial lung design in membra oxygenators. ns ane Lecture Continuous Assessmen : 60% nt Final Exam ination : 40% % Marks for C Continuous Assessment will be displa A w ayed on the student notic ce board befor the final exam and gr re e rades will be determined after the fin e nal examination n.

Transferable Skills Synopsis of Course e Content ts

Method of Delivery (lecture, tutorial, workshop, etc) Assessm ment Metho ods*

Methodo ologies for F Feedback on Perfo ormance

Please refe r to the Univ versity of Malaya Rules an Regulatio (First nd ons Criteria in Summati ive Degree) 200 Handboo 06 ok. Assessm ment UM-PT0 01-PK03-BR0 003(BI)-S03

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Academ Year mic Semeste er/Term Course Code Course Title Credit H Hours Medium of Instructi m ion Course Pre-requisit te(s)/ Minimum Requirem m ment(s) Main Re eference

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KUEU 4132 2 Artificial Org gans and Bio otransport English 2 None 1. Basic tra ansport phen nomena in Biomedical En ngineering, Ronald L. R Fourier, 1999, Taylor and Francis s. 2. Artificial Organs, And drade et al, 1987, VCH P 1 Publishers, In nc. Reference B Books, Lectu Notes ure Lecture, As signment, Te Examina est, ation Critical Thin nking and Pro oblem Solvin (CT1,Ct2, CT3) ng Ethics and P Professional Moral (EM1,EM2) Assoc. Prof Dr. Noor Azuan Abu Os f. sman gineering To Level 8, Eng ower, Faculty of Engineer y ring 03-7967 68 52 / [email protected] @um.edu.my

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Lecture/ /Tutorial/Pra actical Session n: Day/Tim me Venue Important Dates UM-PT0 01-PK03-BR0 004(BI)-S03

Refer to De epartmental Class Schedule C

Test : Exam : Refe to Examin er nation Schedule

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TEACHI ING SCHEDULE Week 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 Tutorial/Assi ignment Topic Lecture/T Mass tran nsfer principles. Mixtures species ve s, elocities, fluxe es Fick's 1st Law, Mass balances. t Diffusive and Convec ctive transpor rt Mass tran nsfer in synth hetic membr ranes. / Tutorial 1/Test 1 Artificial K Kidney. Princ ciples of hae emodialysis Mass tran nsfer perform mance of the artificial kidn e ney Patient-d dialyser intera action Dialysis p prescription through urea kinetic mod t a delling Artificial L Lung. Princip ples of cardio opulmonary bypass. b Gas trans sport in blood Artificial l lung designs - membrane oxygenator s e rs Analysis and perform mance of mem mbrane oxygenators. Implantab oxygenat ble tors. Re eferences/T Teaching M Materials/Equ uipment Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s

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IMPORT TANT: Conte ents of this Pro Forma sh ould not be changed with c hout Senate approval. Minor amendm ment involving not more th 30% of th content ca be approv at the PT level. g han he an ved Tj Academ my/Faculty/C Centre Departm ment Program mme Course Code* Course Title* Course Pre-requisit te(s)/ Minimum Requirem m ment(s) Student Learning T t Time (SLT)* Credit H Hours* Learning Outcomes g s* Engineering g Biomedical Engineering g Bachelor of Biomedical Engineering f KUEU 4181 1 Capstone P Project 2 None 42 1 At the end o the course students are able to: of e, a 1. Design e experiment to test out a hypothesis. o h 2. Use the proper equip pment and procedure to o obtain data. 3. Interpret the data. t 4. Write the laboratory report in the proper form at. e 5. Use the proper graph to display the results iin a clear and concise hs d manner. Analysis an problem so nd olving This course contains fiv experimen Most of th experime e ve nts. he ents would be e related to th main components in Biomedical E ngineering. he B Lecture, La boratory Work Continuous Assessmen : 100% nt Final Exam ination : Marks for C Continuous Assessment will be displa A w ayed on the student notic ce board befor the final exam and gr re e rades will be determined after the fin e nal examination n.

Transferable Skills Synopsis of Course e Content ts Method of Delivery (lecture, tutorial, workshop, etc) Assessm ment Metho ods*

Methodo ologies for F Feedback on Perfo ormance

Please refe r to the Univ versity of Malaya Rules an Regulatio (First nd ons Criteria in Summati ive Degree) 200 Handboo 06 ok. Assessm ment UM-PT0 01-PK03-BR0 003(BI)-S03

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IMPORT TANT: Conte ents of this Pro Forma sh ould not be changed with c hout Senate approval. Minor amendm ment involving not more th 30% of th content ca be approv at the PT level. g han he an ved Tj Academ Year mic Semeste er/Term Course Code Course Title Credit H Hours Medium of Instructi m ion Course Pre-requisit te(s)/ Minimum Requirem m ment(s) Main Re eference Teachin Materials/ ng / Equipment Learning Strategies g s Student Learning T t Time KUEU 4181 1 Capstone P Project 2 1 English None Not relevan nt Laboratory equipment Lecture, La boratory wor Laborator Report rk, ry Face to face 4 hours e: Guided lear rning: 24 hou urs Independen learning: 16 hours nt (Refer to St tudent Learning Time form) Soft Ski ills Critical Thin nking and Pro oblem Solvin (CT1, CT2 CT3), ng 2, Team Work Skills (TS1, k ,TS2) Lifelong Lea arning and In nformation Management (LL1,LL2) M Leadership Skills (LS1,L LS2) Mr. Ng Siew Cheok w ck A1-5-2, Bloc A, Depart tment of Biom medical Engiineering, Fac culty of Engineering g 03-7967 44 85 / siewcng [email protected] my Lecture/ /Tutorial/Pra actical Session n: Day/Tim me Venue Important Dates UM-PT0 01-PK03-BR0 004(BI)-S03 Refer to Cla Schedule ass e Refer to Aca ademic Plan nner

Lecturer Room Telepho one/e-mail

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IMPORT TANT: Conte ents of this Pro Forma sh ould not be changed with c hout Senate approval. Minor amendm ment involving not more th 30% of th content ca be approv at the PT level. g han he an ved Tj Academ my/Faculty/C Centre Departm ment Program mme Course Code* Course Title* Course Pre-requisit te(s)/ Minimum Requirem m ment(s) Student Learning T t Time (SLT)* Credit H Hours* Learning Outcomes g s* Engineering g Biomedical Engineering g Bachelor of Biomedical Engineering f KUEU 4141 1 Medical Ima aging None 120 3 At the end o the course students are able to: of e, 1. Explain t basics of principles and design of medical dia the f a f agnostic imaging equipment. 2. Analyze the image quality. 3. Describe features an importance of quality c e nd control in dia agnostics. 4. Describe various ima e aging modalities such as x-rays, gam mma-rays, compute tomograph projection radiograph fluoroscop ed hy, n hy, py, mammog graphy, mag gnetic resona ance imaging ultrasound biomagnetic g, d, diagnost tics, laser an optoelectro nd onics. Analysis The course introduces the basic prin t nciples and d design of me edical diagnostic i maging equipment. A few medical im maging techn nologies are covered suc as X-rays, gamma ray and comp ch ys, puted tomogr raphy, fluoroscopy mammogra y, aphy, project tion radiogra phy, magnet resonance tic e imaging, ult trasound, bio omagnetic dia agnostics, la aser and opto oelectronics. The course also expose the studen to the qua es nts ality control in diagnostics. Lecture, Tu torial Continuous Assessmen : 60% nt Final Exam ination : 40% % Marks for C Continuous Assessment will be displa A w ayed on the student notic ce board befor the final exam and gr re e rades will be determined after the fin e nal examination n.

Transferable Skills Synopsis of Course e Content ts

Method of Delivery (lecture, tutorial, workshop, etc) Assessm ment Metho ods*

Methodo ologies for F Feedback on Perfo ormance

Please refe r to the Univ versity of Malaya Rules an Regulatio (First nd ons Criteria in Summati ive Degree) 200 Handboo 06 ok. Assessm ment UM-PT0 01-PK03-BR0 003(BI)-S03

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Academ Year mic Semeste er/Term Course Code Course Title Credit H Hours Medium of Instructi m ion Course Pre-requisit te(s)/ Minimum Requirem m ment(s) Main Re eference

Refer to Aca ademic Plan nner

KUEU 4141 1 Medical Ima aging 3 English None 1. Erich Kre estel. Imagin systems fo medical diiagnostics, Siemens ng or S Aktienge esellschaft 19 990. 2. J.T. Bus hberg. The essential phy e ysics of mediical imaging, 2nd edition, William a Wilkins, 1999. and Reference b books, lectur note, LCD projector re D Lecture, Tu torial, Assign nment, Test, Examination n Face to face 44 hours e: Guided lear rning: 0 Independen learning: 72 hours nt 7 (Refer to St tudent Learning Time form)

Teachin Materials/ ng / Equipment Learning Strategies g s Student Learning T t Time

Soft Ski ills Lecturer Room Telepho one/e-mail Lecture/ /Tutorial/Pra actical Session n: Day/Tim me Venue Important Dates UM-PT0 01-PK03-BR0 004(BI)-S03

Critical Thin nking and Pro oblem Solvin (CT1,CT2 ng 2,CT3) (Refer to So Skills mat oft trix)

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Test : Examination : n

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TEACHI ING SCHEDULE Week 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 Tutorial/Assi ignment Topic Lecture/T Atoms an rays nd Vision ph hysiology; quantitative an nalysis of ima quality age Compute in medica imaging ers al X-rays an gamma-ra nd ays Compute tomograph projection radiograph ed hy; n hy; Fluorosco opy; mammo ography Magnetic resonance imaging; ultr c rasound Diagnost x-ray; x-ra imaging tic ay Quality co ontrol in diag gnostics Medical n nuclear diagn nostics Sonograp phy; dosimet try Biomagnetic diagnost tics Laser and optoelectro d onics 1 Re eferences/T Teaching M Materials/Equ uipment Referen books, Lecture note nce Referen books, Lecture note nce Referen books, Lecture note nce Referen books, Lecture note nce Referen books, Lecture note nce Referen books, Lecture note nce Referen books, Lecture note nce Referen books, Lecture note nce Referen books, Lecture note nce Referen books, Lecture note nce Referen books, Lecture note nce Referen books, Lecture note nce Referen books, Lecture note nce Referen books, Lecture note nce

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COURSE PRO FORM C P MA

IMPORT TANT: Conte ents of this Pro Forma sh ould not be changed with c hout Senate approval. Minor amendm ment involving not more th 30% of th content ca be approv at the PT level. g han he an ved Tj Academ my/Faculty/C Centre Departm ment Program mme Course Code* Course Title* Course Pre-requisit te(s)/ Minimum Requirem m ment(s) Student Learning T t Time (SLT)* Credit H Hours* Learning Outcomes g s* Engineering g Biomedical Engineering g Bachelor of Biomedical Engineering f KUEU 4285 5 Graduation Project II KUEU 4183 Graduation Project I 3 n 160 4 At the end o the course students are able to: of e, 1. Search f relevant information to a research problem. for o 2. Discrimin nate the curr rent available methods of solving problem. e f 3. Work ind dependently or in a group to complete a research project. p e 4. Conduct appropriate experiments to solve the research problem. t s e 5. Analyze data obtaine ed. 6. Discuss and state log gical conclus sions from re esults. Critical think king, problem solving, project paper p m presentation Student willl learn to sea arch for relev vant informat tion and discriminate the current ava ilable methods of solving problem. Th will expe g hey erience working ind ependently or in a group and conduc o cting appropriate experiments to solve the research problem They will have sk to analyz s e y kills ze data, discus and state logical conclusions from results. ss Lecture, Dis scussion, De emonstration Continuous Assessmen : 100% nt Marks for C Continuous Assessment will be displa A w ayed on the student notic ce board befor the final exam and gr re e rades will be determined after the fin e nal examination n.

Transferable Skills Synopsis of Course e Content ts

Method of Delivery (lecture, tutorial, workshop, etc) Assessm ment Metho ods* Methodo ologies for F Feedback on Perfo ormance

Please refe to the Un er niversity of Malaya Rule and Reg es gulations (Fir rst Criteria in Summati ive Degree) 200 Handboo 06 ok. Assessm ment UM-PT0 01-PK03-BR0 003(BI)-S03

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Academ Year mic Semeste er/Term Course Code Course Title Credit H Hours Medium of Instructi m ion Course Pre-requisit te(s)/ Minimum Requirem m ment(s) Main Re eference Teachin Materials/ ng / Equipment Learning Strategies g s Student Learning T t Time

Refer to Aca ademic Plan nner

KUEU 4285 5 Graduation Project II English 4 KUEU 4183 Graduation Project I 3 n Not relevan nt Journals, La equipmen ab nt Refer to Stu udent Learning Time form m Face to face 14 hours e: Guided lear rning: 0 hour r Independen learning: 145 hours nt (Refer to St tudent Learning Time form)

Soft Ski ills

Communica ation Skills (C CS1,CS2,CS S3), Critical Thin nking and Pro oblem Solvin (CT1,CT2 ng 2,CT3) Life Long Le earning and Information Managemen (LL1,LL2,L nt LL3) (Refer to So Skills mat oft trix)

Lecturer Room Telepho one/e-mail Lecture/ /Tutorial/Pra actical Session n: Day/Tim me Venue Important Dates UM-PT0 01-PK03-BR0 004(BI)-S03 Refer to Cla Schedule ass e

Test : Examination : None n

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IMPORT TANT: Conte ents of this Pro Forma sh ould not be changed with c hout Senate approval. Minor amendm ment involving not more th 30% of th content ca be approv at the PT level. g han he an ved Tj Academ my/Faculty/C Centre Departm ment Program mme Course Code* Course Title* Course Pre-requisit te(s)/ Minimum Requirem m ment(s) Student Learning T t Time (SLT)* Credit H Hours* Learning Outcomes g s* Engineering g Biomedical Engineering g Bachelor of Biomedical Engineering f KUEU 4324 4 Advanced B Biomaterials KUEU 3147 Biomaterials 7 80 2 At the end o the course students are able to: of e, 1. Explain t different types of imp the plant testing. 2. Explain w what implant and device failure is. t 3. Explain c cell-materials interaction. s 4. Explain t tissue engine eering and biomaterials. 5. Relate th current iss he sues of biom materials. Analysis, pr roblem Solving, Critical Thinking, Com T mmunication Presentatio n, on Covers the basic of biom materials which includes their mechanical and biological pr roperties. Ty ypes of testin and steriliisation methods also ng included. T This course explains types of implant and device failures which e f normally oc ccur to an implant and rev views curren usage of biomaterials in nt n different res search areas In addition it raises awa s. areness of th ethical he consideratio related to advanced biomaterials ons o s. Lecture Continuous Assessmen : 40% nt Final Exam ination : 60% % Marks for C Continuous Assessment will be displa A w ayed on the student notic ce board befor the final exam and gr re e rades will be determined after the fin e nal examination n.

Transferable Skills Synopsis of Course e Content ts

Method of Delivery (lecture, tutorial, workshop, etc) Assessm ment Metho ods*

Methodo ologies for F Feedback on Perfo ormance

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KUEU 4324 4 Advanced B Biomaterials 2 English KUEU 3147 Biomaterials 7 1..Park JB a Bronzino JD. Biomat and o terials: Princ ciples and applications. CRC Pre : 2003 ess 2. Ratner, H Hoffman, Sch hoen and Lemons. Bioma aterials Science: An Introduct ion to Materi ials in Medicine. Academ Press 199 mic 96. Journals. 3. Related J Textbook, le ecture note, LCD projecto or Lecture, As signment, Te Examina est, ation Face to face 28 hours e: Guided lear rning: 0 Independen learning: 48 hours nt 4 (Refer to St tudent Learning Time form)

Teachin Materials/ ng / Equipment Learning Strategies g s Student Learning T t Time

Soft Ski ills

Communica ation Skills (C CS1,CS2,CS S3), Critical Thin nking and Pro oblem Solvin (CT1,CT2 ng 2,CT3), Professiona Ethics and Moral (EM1,EM2) al (Refer to So Skills mat oft trix) Dr. Belinda Murphy 3, Block A, Department of Biomedical Engineerin Faculty of Engineering ng, o n 03-7967 44 91 / bpinggu [email protected] u.my

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TEACHI ING SCHEDULE Week 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 Tutorial/Assi ignment Topic Lecture/T Introduction to the course A Review of Basic Bio w omaterials Testing o Biomateria of als Implant a Device fa and ailure and St terilisation. Cell- Mat terial Interact tions and Tis ssue Enginee ering Current Is ssues Drug Delivery System ms Current Is ssues Biomedic Sensor an Biosenso r cal nd Current Is ssues Orthoped Applicatio dic ons Current Is ssues Biomater rials in Dentis stry Current Is ssues Nanotech hnologies Current Is ssues Biomater rials and Ima aging Current Is ssue from Industries Current Is ssue from Industries Refer to reference li o ists/ Handout Re eferences/T Teaching M Materials/Equ uipment Refer to reference li o ists/ Handout Refer to reference li o ists/ Handout Refer to reference li o ists/ Handout Refer to reference li o ists/ Handout Refer to reference li o ists/ Handout Refer to reference li o ists/ Handout Refer to reference li o ists/ Handout Refer to reference li o ists/ Handout Refer to reference li o ists/ Handout Refer to reference li o ists/ Handout Refer to reference li o ists/ Handout

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COURSE PRO FORM C P MA

IMPORT TANT: Conte ents of this Pro Forma sh ould not be changed with c hout Senate approval. Minor amendm ment involving not more th 30% of th content ca be approv at the PT level. g han he an ved Tj Academ my/Faculty/C Centre Departm ment Program mme Course Code* Course Title* Course Pre-requisit te(s)/ Minimum Requirem m ment(s) Student Learning T t Time (SLT)* Credit H Hours* Learning Outcomes g s* Engineering g Biomedical Engineering g Bachelor of Biomedical Engineering f KUEU 4326 6 Computers in Biomedica Engineerin al ng None 80 2 At the end o the course students are able to: of e, 1. Explain s standards, OSI RM and medical-relat standard including O m ted ds DICOM, HL7, PACS. 2. Explain t common network top the pologies and network ope erating systems . 3. Explain t Internet and its relate protocols, including TC the a ed CP/IP. 4. Apply the use of microcomputers in biomedic engineering e s cal applicati ons. 5. Explain s serial and pa arallel interfacing. 6. Apply kn nowledge of networking, Internet, and standards to solve d t biomedic engineering-related computing pro cal oblems. Analysis an problem so nd olving This subjec introduces the characte ct eristics of OS RM, Comm network SI mon topologies, network ope erating system the inter ms, rnet and its protocols p (TCP/IP). T use of mi The icrocomputer and progra rs amming lang guages in biomedical engineering, serial and parallel interf , p face standard in medicin ds ne (DICOM, HL PACS) are also included. L7, a Lecture Continuous Assessmen : 40% nt Final Exam ination : 60% % Marks for C Continuous Assessment will be displa A w ayed on the student notic ce board befor the final exam and gr re e rades will be determined after the fin e nal examination n.

Transferable Skills Synopsis of Course e Content ts

Method of Delivery (lecture, tutorial, workshop, etc) Assessm ment Metho ods*

Methodo ologies for F Feedback on Perfo ormance

Please refe to the Un er niversity of Malaya Rule and Reg es gulations (Fir rst Criteria in Summati ive Degree) 200 Handboo 06 ok. Assessm ment UM-PT0 01-PK03-BR0 004(BI)-S03

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Academ Year mic Semeste er/Term Course Code Course Title Credit H Hours Medium of Instructi m ion Course Pre-requisit te(s)/ Minimum Requirem m ment(s) Main Re eference

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KUEU 4326 6 Computers in Biomedica Engineerin al ng 3 English None 1. Carr, J. J & Brown, J. M., ‘Introduction to Bio J. J omedical Equ uipment Technolo ogy’, Prentic Hall. ce 2. Cromwe L., Weibell F. J., Pfeiff E. A., ‘Bio ell, fer, omedical Ins strumentation n and Mea asurements’, 2nd Edition, Prentice Halll. 1980. 3. William H Righy, ‘Co H. omputer Interfacing and P Practical App proach to DAQ and Control’. d Textbook, le ecture note, LCD projecto or Refer to Stu udent Learning Time form m Face to face 47 hours e: Guided lear rning: 0 Independen learning: 70 hours nt 7 (Refer to St tudent Learning Time form)

Teachin Materials/ ng / Equipment Learning Strategies g s Student Learning T t Time

Soft Ski ills Lecturer Room Telepho one/e-mail Lecture/ /Tutorial/Pra actical Session n: Day/Tim me Venue Important Dates UM-PT0 01-PK03-BR0 004(BI)-S03

Life Long Le earning and Information Managemen (LL1,LL2) nt (Refer to So Skills mat oft trix)

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Test : Examination : n

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TEACHI ING SCHEDULE Week 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 Tutorial/Assi ignment Topic Lecture/T Introduction to standa ards and OS I RM Physical layers and data link laye (DLL) d ers Local are network (L ea LAN) Network operating sy ystems and in nterconnectio ons Internet a TCP/IP and Introduction to microc computers Basic mic croprocessor programmin r ng High leve programmi language el ing e Serial and parallel communication n Compute in healthc ers care technolo ogy DICOM HL7 and telemedicine e PACS Re eferences/T Teaching M Materials/Equ uipment Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s Referen Books [1][2][3], nce Lecture Notes e Referen Books, Lecture Notes nce L s

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COURSE PRO FORM C P MA

IMPORT TANT: Conte ents of this Pro Forma sh ould not be changed with c hout Senate approval. Minor amendm ment involving not more th 30% of th content ca be approv at the PT level. g han he an ved Tj Academ my/Faculty/C Centre Departm ment Program mme Course Code* Course Title* Course Pre-requisit te(s)/ Minimum Requirem m ment(s) Student Learning T t Time (SLT)* Credit H Hours* Learning Outcomes g s* Engineering g Biomedical Engineering g Bachelor of Biomedical Engineering f KUEU 4327 7 Artificial Inte elligence in Biomedical Engineering B E None 80 2 At the end o the course students are able to: of e, 1. Explain t concept of artificial in the ntelligence te echniques 2. Determin the theories of Artificia Intelligenc technique. ne al ce e 3. Apply the AI techniqu in biomed ue dical enginee ering applicat tions. Problem so lving, critical thinking l This course is intende to provid fundamen e ed de ntal understanding of th he artificial inte elligence co oncepts and its basic a applications in Biomedic cal Engineering g. Lecture Continuous Assessmen : 60% nt Final Exam ination : 40% % Marks for C Continuous Assessment will be displa A w ayed on the student notic ce board befor the final exam and gr re e rades will be determined after the fin e nal examination n.

Transferable Skills Synopsis of Course e Content ts Method of Delivery (lecture, tutorial, workshop, etc) Assessm ment Metho ods*

ologies for F Feedback Methodo on Perfo ormance

Please refe to the Un er niversity of Malaya Rule and Reg es gulations (Fir rst Criteria in Summati ive Degree) 200 Handboo 06 ok. Assessm ment UM-PT0 01-PK03-BR0 003(BI)-S03

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Academ Year mic Semeste er/Term Course Code Course Title Credit H Hours Medium of Instructi m ion Course Pre-requisit te(s)/ Minimum Requirem m ment(s) Main Re eference

Refer to Aca ademic Plan nner

KUEU 4327 7 Artificial Inte elligence in Biomedical Engineering B E English 2 None 1. Negnevi tsky, Michae Artificial in el. ntelligence: a guide to inte elligent Wesley, 2004. systems . Addison-W 2. Exsys C orvid Manua Version 1.3 al 3 3. Neural N Network Tool lbox for Use with MATLA AB Reference B Books, Lectu Notes ure Refer to Stu udent Learning Time form m Face to face 28 hours e: Guided lear rning:0hours Independen learning:48 hours nt 8 (Refer to St tudent Learning Time form)

Teachin Materials/ ng / Equipment Learning Strategies g s Student Learning T t Time

Soft Ski ills Lecturer Room Telepho one/e-mail Lecture/ /Tutorial/Pra actical Session n: Day/Tim me Venue Important Dates UM-PT0 01-PK03-BR0 004(BI)-S03

Critical Thin nking and Pro oblem Solvin (CT1, CT2 CT3) ng 2, (Refer to So Skills mat oft trix)

Refer to Cla Schedule ass e

Test : Examination : Refer to Examination Schedule n E

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TEACHI ING SCHEDULE Week 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Tutorial/Assi ignment Topic Lecture/T Introduction to Artificial Intelligenc ce Fundame entals of Exp System pert Fundame entals of Rule e-Based Exp System pert Hand on Expert syste programm em ming (1) Hand on Expert syste programm em ming (2) Fundame entals of Artif ficial Neural Network (AN (1) NN) Fundame entals of Artif ficial Neural Network (2) Hand on Neural netw work program mming Neural ne etwork(NN) toolbox:Supe t ervised learn ning - Intr roduction to Matlab M - Matlab overview w Lab sess sion on Matla ab’s neural ne etwork toolbox Lab sess sion on Matla ab’s neural ne etwork toolbox Lab sess sion Image pr rocessing (1) ) Image pr rocessing (2) )  Re eferences/T Teaching M Materials/Equ uipment Negnev vitsky, M, Negnev vitsky, M, Negnev vitsky, M, Lecture note er Lecture note er Negnev vitsky, M, Negnev vitsky, M, NN Too olbox for use with MATLA AB

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COURSE PRO FORM C P MA

IMPORT TANT: Conte ents of this Pro Forma sh ould not be changed with c hout Senate approval. Minor amendm ment involving not more th 30% of th content ca be approv at the PT level. g han he an ved Tj Academ my/Faculty/C Centre Departm ment Program mme Course Code* Course Title* Course Pre-requisit te(s)/ Minimum Requirem m ment(s) Student Learning T t Time (SLT)* Credit H Hours* Learning Outcomes g s* Engineering g Biomedical Engineering g Bachelor of Biomedical Engineering f KUEU 4328 8 Prosthetics and Orthotic cs None 80 2 At the end o the course students are able to: of e, 1. Apply bio omechanics principles fo transitibial prosthetics,t or trans-femora al prosthet ics and ortho otics applicat tion. 2. Identify a distingui the socke types and design philo and ish et osophies. 3. Explain t design and biomecha the anical consid deration in wheelchair. 4. Determin the conce of Functio ne ept onal Electrica Stimulation including al stimulatio parameter on rs. Analysis an problem so nd olving Apply biome echanics prin nciples for tra ansitibial pro osthetics, trans-femoral gn prosthetics and orthotics Socket typ and desig philosoph s. pes hies. Design and biomec chanical cons sideration in wheelchair. Concept of Functional F Electrical St timulation inc cluding stimu ulation param meters. Lecture Continuous Assessmen : 60% nt % Final Exam ination : 40% Marks for C Continuous Assessment will be displa A w ayed on the student notic ce board befor the final exam and gr re e rades will be determined after the fin e nal examination n.

Transferable Skills Synopsis of Course e Content ts

Method of Delivery (lecture, tutorial, workshop, etc) Assessm ment Metho ods*

Methodo ologies for F Feedback on Perfo ormance

Please refe r to the Univ versity of Malaya Rules an Regulatio (First nd ons Criteria in Summati ive Degree) 200 Handboo 06 ok. Assessm ment UM-PT0 01-PK03-BR0 003(BI)-S03

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Academ Year mic Semeste er/Term Course Code Course Title Credit H Hours Medium of Instructi m ion Course Pre-requisit te(s)/ Minimum Requirem m ment(s) Main Re eference Teachin Materials/ ng / Equipment Learning Strategies g s Student Learning T t Time

Refer to Aca ademic Plan nner

KUEU 4328 8 Prosthetics and Orthotic cs 2 English None Prosthetics and Orthotic Practice. Edited by Ge cs E eorge Murdoch; Edward Arnold (Pub blishers)Ltd. London Textbook, le ecture note, LCD projecto or Refer to Stu udent Learning Time form m Face to face 28 hours e: Guided lear rning: 0 Independen learning: 48 hours nt 4 (Refer to St tudent Learning Time form)

Soft Ski ills

Critical Thin nking and Pro oblem Solvin (CT1,CT2 ng 2,CT3), Professiona Ethics and Moral (EM1,EM2) al (Refer to So Skills mat oft trix) Assoc. Prof Dr. Noor Azuan Abu Os f. sman Level 8, Blo L, Engine ock eering Tower Faculty of Engineering r, 03-7967 68 52 / [email protected] @um.edu.my

Lecturer Room Telepho one/e-mail

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TEACHI ING SCHEDULE Week 1 2 3 Tutorial/Assi ignment Topic Lecture/T Introduction to Prosth hetics and Or rthotics. Prosthetics: Philosophies. Factors in level selection. s Indication for amputations. ns Transtibia prosthetics Socket typ al s. pes. Advanta and age disadvan ntages. Medio o-lateral, Ant terior-posteri force ior diagrams and biomec s chanics of tra ans-tibial pro osthesis. Transfem moral prosthe etics. Alignme paramete ent ers. Biomechanics of trans-femoral pr rosthesis. Prosthetics feet and ankle. Types Prosthetic knee a s. mechanis (swing and stance ph sm. a hase). Prosth hetic gait analysis. Orthotics Principles of Bracing. M s: o Materials use in Orthotic ed cs. Orthotics Principles of Bracing. M s: o Materials use in Orthotic ed cs. Clinical c conditions wh hich may be served by or rthotic devices. Spasticity an Paralysis. Lower limb nd . orthoses.Upper limb orthoses. o Principles functions and requirem s, a ments. Scolio osis: Cobb angle. Wheelchair: Clasification. Forces and Power acting on the a e wheelcha air User/Cha interface. Rolling resis air stance. Propulsio Efficiency. Pitch axis c on control. Wheelie performa ance. Introduction and back kground of F unctional Ele ectrical Stimulatio Physiological aspects Technical aspects. on. s. Re eferences/T Teaching M Materials/Equ uipment Textboo lecture no ok, otes Textboo lecture no ok, otes Textboo lecture no ok, otes

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Textboo lecture no ok, otes Textboo lecture no ok, otes Textboo lecture no ok, otes

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Stimulato design. Hy or ybrid Orthose Control mechanisms in es. m FES syst tems and Op ptimisation of Stimulation Parameters. f UM-PT0 01-PK03-BR0 004(BI)-S03

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COURSE PRO FORM C P MA

IMPORT TANT: Conte ents of this Pro Forma sh ould not be changed with c hout Senate approval. Minor amendm ment involving not more th 30% of th content ca be approv at the PT level. g han he an ved Tj Academ my/Faculty/C Centre Departm ment Program mme Course Code* Course Title* Course Pre-requisit te(s)/ Minimum Requirem m ment(s) Student Learning T t Time (SLT)* Credit H Hours* Learning Outcomes g s* Engineering g Biomedical Engineering g Bachelor of Biomedical Engineering f KUEU 4330 0 Tissue Eng ineering None 80 2 At the end o the course students are able to: of e, 1. Define T Tissue Engine eering as a strategy s 2. Determin appropria sources fo cells & sca ne ate or affold materials for different situations 3. Explain s some basic biological fun b nction 4. Describe the function and require e n ements of bio oreactor syst tems 5. Distingu ish different Tissue Engin neering Strat tegies Analysis, pr roblem solvin critical thinking, comm ng, munication, presentation p Covers the basic princip ples of Tissue Engineerin focused upon the e ng combination of cells, sca n affolds and appropriate s a stimulation. Reviews current stra tegies and usage of Tiss Engineer u sue ring, their advantages and disadvantag and succ eness of reg ges cess rates. Raises aware R gulatory affair rs and ethical consideratio in Tissue Engineering ons g. Lecture Continuous Assessmen : 40% nt Final Exam ination 60% Marks for C Continuous Assessment will be displa A w ayed on the student notic ce board befor the final exam and gr re e rades will be determined after the fin e nal examination n.

Transferable Skills Synopsis of Course e Content ts

Method of Delivery (lecture, tutorial, workshop, etc) Assessm ment Metho ods*

Methodo ologies for F Feedback on Perfo ormance

Criteria in Summati ive Assessm ment UM-PT0 01-PK03-BR0 003(BI)-S03

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C COURSE INFORMA ATION FOR CURREN R NT SEMEST TER/TERM M

Academ Year mic Semeste er/Term Course Code Course Title Credit H Hours Medium of Instructi m ion Course Pre-requisit te(s)/ Minimum Requirem m ment(s) Main Re eference

Refer to Aca ademic Plan nner

KUEU 4330 0 Tissue Eng ineering 2 English None 1. Freshne y RI. Culture of Animal Cells: A Manu of Basis Techniques. e C ual T 00. USA: Wiiley-Liss, 200 2. Atala A, Lanza RP. Methods of Tissue Engine M T eering. San Diego, Californi a: Academic Press, 2002 c 2. 3. Lanza R Langer R, Vacanti J. Principles of Tissue Engi RP, R P f ineering. San n Diego, C California: Ac cademic Pres 2000. ss, Textbook, le ecture note, LCD projecto or Lecture, As signment, Te Examina est, ation 80 hours Face to face 28 hours e: Guided lear rning: 0 Independen learning: 48 hours nt 4 (Refer to St tudent Learning Time form)

Teachin Materials/ ng / Equipment Learning Strategies g s Student Learning T t Time

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Communica ation Skills (C CS1, CS2, CS3), C Professiona Ethics and Moral (EM1,EM2) al (Refer to So Skills mat oft trix) Dr. Belinda Murphy A1-3-3, Bloc A, Depart ck tment of Biom medical Engiineering, Fac culty of Engineering g 03-7967 44 91 / bpinggu [email protected] u.my

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TEACHI ING SCHEDULE Week 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 Tutorial/Assi ignment Topic Lecture/T Introduction to Tissue Engineering e g Cells sou urce for Tissu Engineeri ng ue Cell Biolo ogy Biomater (Natural and Syntheti c) rial a Biomater (Cell – Material Intera rial actions) Bioreacto ors Cell Cultu ure The Struc ctural Tissue es Tissue Engineering Strategies S Tissue Engineering Strategies S Tissue Engineering Strategies S Tissue Engineering Strategies S Tissue Engineering Strategies S Printout ts Journals s Journals s Journals s Journals s Journals s Discuss sions Re eferences/T Teaching M Materials/Equ uipment Journals Recomme s, ended Books s and Prin ntouts Journals Recomme s, ended Books s and Prin ntouts Journals Recomme s, ended Books s and Prin ntouts Journals Recomme s, ended Books s and Prin ntouts Journals Recomme s, ended Books s and Prin ntouts Journals Recomme s, ended Books s and Prin ntouts

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