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INTRODUCTION TO HALAL FOOD INDUSTRY introduces the
overview of the halal food industry and its potential. It also includes the
factors that contribute to the development of halal industry including
government initiatives and relevant agencies’ contributions. Halal issues and
challenges are also discussed.
Halal Assurance Management System covers the requirements of food safety management systems, including; Good Hygiene Practices (GHP), Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) and Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point (HACCP); and their relation to Malaysia’s Halal Assurance Management System (HAS). At the end of this course, students should be able to integrate HAS in the production of safe halal food.
PROJECT is a laboratory based and case study that requires the student to carry out
a research project in the field of food technology and halal managements. It outlines
the basic principles involved in the selection and choice of a research topic, the
scope of the research, planning and conducting the project. The findings of the study
will be written as a report as well as presented for evaluation.
PROJECT 1 is a theoretical and practical - based study that guides the students to produce a well written research proposal in the field of food technology. It outlines the basic principles involved in the selection and choice of a research topic, the scope of the research, planning the research and research methodology. At the end of the study, the project proposal will be presented for evaluation purposes.
COURSE LEARNING OUTCOMES (CLO)
Upon completion of this course, students should be able to:
1. apply knowledge of food technology in proposing a research study. (C3, PLO1)
2. produce a written proposal comprising research topic, introduction, literature review, research objectives, research questions or hypothesis, research design, research methods and proposed analysis. (C4, PLO2)
3. present and defend the proposal to an audience orally. (A4, PLO3)
HUMAN NUTRITION AND HEALTH consists of the basic principles of nutrition which involved selecting balance food, food requirement based on macronutrients such as carbohydrates, proteins, fats; and micronutrients such as vitamins, minerals and water; related diseases caused by excessive nutrient and its deficiency; food intake requirement according to age groups, eating disorder, physiological and nutritional changes during food processing, food intolerance and toxicology.
ENTREPRENEURSHIP focuses the principles and concept of entrepreneurship.
This course concentrates on the systematic methods of getting business ideas. This course also prepares the students on conducting online business using social media marketing. It also emphasizes a preparation of business plan and developing their entrepreneurial skills.
Course Learning Outcome (CLO)
1. Explain clearly the concept of entrepreneurship and process of developing an effective business. (C2, LD1)
2. Prepare completely a business plan according to standard format. (P2, LD2)
3. Build the online business presence using the social media marketing. (P3, LD2) (A4, LD7)
FUNDAMENTALS OF FOOD ENGINEERING looks into the following principles: the
basic principles of food engineering on problem solving involving temperature,
pressure, mass and mole of substances; principles and problems in mass balance;
principles and problem solving in energy balance; principle of heat transfer; and
engineering principles in freezing and refrigeration. The course also exposes
students to two other principles: fluid flow and drying processes.
FOOD SAFETY covers the sources of food contamination and poisoning, food borne diseases, relevant control measures; principles and practices of personal hygiene cleaning and sanitation; basis of GMP; HACCP principles; risk analysis as well as food law in Malaysia.
COURSE LEARNING OUTCOMES (CLO)
Upon completion of this course, students should be able to:-
1. generalize the practices of GHP and GMP in food industry. (C3, PLO1)
2. explain a HACCP system appropriate for food industry (C2, PLO1)
3. clarify the aspects and scope of food safety in Malaysia. (A4, PLO3, PLO8)
Course Description : FOOD BIOCHEMISTRY provides students with the basic aspects of food biochemistry. Topics include cell respiration, biochemical changes in ripening fruits and vegetables, biochemical changes in meat, enzymatic and non-enzymatic browning reactions, phenolic compounds, essential oils and the use of enzymes in food technology.
FOOD PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT consists of the method and procedure to produce new food product, starting from idea generation, screening of ideas, development of product, market testing, data collection and analysis and promotion of a new food product.
COURSE LEARNING OUTCOMES (CLO)
Upon completion of this course, students should be able to:
1. discover an acceptable new or innovative food product through a systematic approach. (C4, PLO1)
2. organize a selected new product based on planned design and inculcate basic entrepreneurial skills. (P4, PLO2)
3. integrate simple market research in product development through appropriate method. (A4, PLO7)
OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH course is designed to impart understanding of the self-regulatory concepts and provisions under the Occupational Safety & Health Act (OSHA). This course presents the responsibilities of workers in implementing and complying with the safety procedures at work. Understanding of notifications of accidents, dangerous occurrence, poisoning and diseases and liability for offences will be imparted upon students. This course will also provide an understanding of the key issues in OSH Management, Incident Prevention, Fire Safety, Hazard Identification Risk Control and Risk Assessment (HIRARC), Workplace Environment and Ergonomics and guide the students gradually into this multi-disciplinary science.
SENSORY EVALUATION OF FOOD exposes students to the basic principles of sensory evaluation, the four basic tastes, sensory and psychological aspects in sensory evaluation, factors influencing sensory evaluation, basic requirement for sensory evaluation, selection and training of panelists and various methods of evaluation as well as data analysis.
INSTRUMENTATION IN FOOD ANALYSIS contains the introduction of instrumentation, principles and methods of food analysis using spectroscopy,chromatography and others. Emphasis is given to acquire skills in handling analytical equipment.
FOOD PRESERVATION & LEGISLATION provides the fundamentals of understanding food preservation techniques that are used to preserve the quality of foods through the application of heat processing, refrigeration, freezing, dehydration, fermentation and chemical preservation. Also, new and emerging preservation technologies will be considered. The course also covers food law and legislation which enables the students to gain knowledge about the requirements of the Food Act 1983, Food Regulations 1985 and other relevant laws associated with foods.
SYNOPSISPLANT PRODUCTS TECHNOLOGY consists of the principles and methods of processing of sugar and confectionery, coconut, pasta products, snack foods, miscellaneous products. It looks into the method, functions of ingredients and equipment used quality control, storage and packaging.
FOOD PACKAGING consists of basic principles of packaging, types and properties of packaging materials, methods of manufacturing the packaging materials and the suitability of packaging according to selected food commodities.
COURSE LEARNING OUTCOMES (CLO)
Upon completion of this course, students should be able to:
1. generalize the importance of food packaging, concerns, and packaging principles. (C3, PLO 1)
2. distinguish food package properties, uses and production. (C4, PLO 1)
3. relate the appropriate packaging requirements for selected food commodities with regard to current issues and trends. (A4, PLO 4)
INTRODUCTION TO FOOD INDUSTRY covers various categories of food industry as well as common food processing methods. It also includes relevant agencies such as government and non-government parties and their functions involved in food industry in Malaysia. Food law and regulation, food technologies issues and green technology are also discussed.
ORGANIC CHEMISTRY covers the study of organic compounds, beginning with the IUPAC system of nomenclature, classification, molecular structure, physical properties and common applications of organic compounds. Subsequently students study the common types of chemical reactions encountered in organic chemistry, followed by the phenomenon of isomerism.
ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT REPAIR provides the knowledge and skills on troubleshooting and repairing the electronics equipment. This course focuses on the identification of faults in regulated dc power supply, audio equipment and television system. This course also provides knowledge and skills on troubleshooting and repairing broken cell phones.
DEE20033 DIGITAL ELECTRONICS
DEE20023 SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICES
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OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH course is designed to impart
understanding of the self-regulatory concepts and provisions under the
Occupational Safety & Health Act (OSHA). This course presents the
responsibilities of employers and employees in implementing and complying with
the safety procedures at work. This course provide an understanding of the key
issues in OSH management, incident prevention, Emergency Preparedness and
Response (EPR), fire safety, occupational first aid, Hazard Identification,
Risk Assessment and Risk Control (HIRARC) and guide the students gradually into
this multi-disciplinary science.
CIVIL ENGINEERING MATERIAL course is designed for comprehension of construction
materials in civil engineering. It will emphasizes on types and function of
cement, the function of aggregates in concrete, water, admixtures, properties
of fresh and hardened concrete, concrete mix design, and manufacturing concrete
on site. This course also focused on the properties of timber, types and
characteristics of brick and concrete block, steel and non-steel, the types and
function of building finishes materials and the introduction to building
MECHANICS OF STRUCTURES covers knowledge of facts and
basic principles of types of forces, strength of materials and behavior of
loaded structures. This course provides exposure to loaded structures on direct
and shear stresses, slope and deflection. The domination of cognitive domain
that brings intellectual force and student thinking from the lower to the
higher level which include knowledge level and understanding level to
application level in solving problems that involve calculations. In this
approach all concepts learned can be correlated with structural behavior in
CONTRACT AND ESTIMATING is a
study of construction industry in general, tender procedure, contract
procedure, preliminary estimating method, build-up rate and quantity
measurement. The module emphasis on contract condition and to provide exposure
to the students regarding the procedures and standard practice in the
construction field based on Standard Form of Contract
GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEERING covers basic knowledge of the process of soils and rock
formation and the characteristics of soil. It also covers soil improvement
works include compaction, shear strength, seepage, slope stability, lateral
earth pressure and foundation.
HIGHWAY AND TRAFFIC ENIGINEERING is a
study on history of highway construction and the organization involved in
Malaysia. This course also provides the students with the knowledge regarding
the method and design involved in traffic engineering. This course emphasizes
on introduction to highway and traffic, transportation planning, pavement
materials, construction of flexible pavement, construction of rigid pavement,
traffic control equipment and road furniture, flexible pavement design,
junction design, traffic management and highway maintenance.
STATISTICS covers the fundamental statistical concepts. The course shall expose students on the basic concept of statistics that covers data collection methods and presentation of data, numerical description measures, probability, correlation, regression and application of statistical software.
FLUID MECHANICS covers the behaviour
and characteristics of engineering fluids and their application in hydrostatic
and dynamic fluids. This course involves discussion on fluid properties, fluid
static, fluid flow concept and basic equations, moving fluid forces,
dimensional analysis, flow in closed conduits and pipe network, stability and
buoyancy and momentum equations.
Water supply and waste water engineering is a study of water resources, water characteristics, usage and demand of water supply, raw water treatment process and water distribution system. This course also includes the information on the process in sewage treatment plant, sludge treatment and disposal. It also emphasize on the parameter of drinking water and effluent from sewage treatment plant.
THEORY OF STRUCTURE covers basic knowledge of facts and principles in calculate the reactions, bending moments and shear forces for statically indeterminate beams and portal frame using the slope deflection method and moment distribution method. It also includes basic principles in calculation the forces in truss members using the equilibrium joint method and section method for the statically determinate and using unit load for the statically indeterminate trusses.
STRUCTURE, HYDRAULICS AND WATER QUALITY LABORATORY Covers knowledge in the form of practical through the experiments which are carried out based on the concepts and the theories learned in the class. The emphasis of the course is on the method of conducting experiments, analysis and understanding its relationship with the theories learned. It comprises of three civil engineering laboratories. The structure, hydraulic and water quality laboratory which are the core of the civil engineering field.
PROJECT MANAGEMENT AND PRACTICES is a study on the basic knowledge and understanding of
project management. This course also cover the information of the duty of a
technician and assistant engineer, concepts of planning, scheduling,
construction monitoring and quality assurance in project management. The
application of green technology and Microsoft Project for planning and
scheduling, characteristics, advantages, disadvantages, and the functions of
various types of critical path method will be exposed to the students
CIVIL ENGINEERING PROJECT 2 covers knowledge and skills in
civil engineering practices. The student also exposed in communication skills,
group works, work planning, decision making, recommendation and gain creativity
by using related facilities to a design of a system. This course also covers
conducting experiments in the laboratory/workshop, field works, academic
researches, designing product or method of civil engineering related fields.
The student will learn the method to analyze data, prepare presentation and
HYDRAULICS AND HYDROLOGY covers the fundamental of hydraulics principles applied in
pumps and open channels. It also covers constituents of hydrology for solving
related problems. This course also emphasis on rainfall data analysis, stream
flow measurement and the usage of Urban Storm Water Management Manual for
solving related engineering problems.
REINFORCED CONCRETE DESIGN covers concepts and methods of design for reinforced
concrete structures comprising beam, slab and column. This course emphasizes on
knowledge and practice of producing double storey reinforced concrete building
design starting from the layout plan, action & analysis, structural design
and detailing according to Eurocode 2 (EC2).
ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION AND CONTROL is a study on types and effects of communicable and
non-communicable diseases to public health. It also emphasize on the control
and monitoring of pollution from water, air and noise and the effects to
general health and environment. It also covers the knowledge on management of
municipal solid waste and hazardous waste. The students are prepared with the
Environmental Quality Act 1974 as the guidelines and procedures in managing
INTRODUCTION TO GREEN CONSTRUCTION is designed for comprehension of green building technologies and sustainability. The main topics to be covered include concept of green technologies, energy conservation, green building practices and sustainable construction
STEEL STRUCTURE DESIGN covers fundamental concepts and basic principles required
for design of steel structure including beam, column, roof truss and
connections. This course enable student to develop understanding a basic
knowledge related to the theoretical background for the design of steel
structures and the practical expertise to translate this background knowledge
into successfully performing actual design calculations according to Eurocode 3
(EC3) for a single storey steel building.
INTRODUCTION TO INDUSTRIALISED
BUILDING SYSTEM (IBS) covers basic concept of IBS concept and components used in
the construction industries. Students will learn various forms of creative
precast panels and panel production at precast yard erection on site. The
students will also be exposed to the concept of modular coordination and
buildability of designs.
CADASTRAL SURVEYING 2 provides
students with the knowledge on cadastral system and cadastral
electronic services. It emphasizes on the usage of Global Navigation
Satellites System (GNSS) equipment for cadastral work via post
processing and MyRTKnet environment. Besides, students are also exposed
to strata, stratum title and professional practice as licensed surveyor
BASIC SURVEYING COMPUTATION equips students with knowledge and understanding in problem solving related to the calculations of field survey
CADASTRAL SURVEYING 1 provides students with the knowledge on title survey, land development process and exposure to conduct cadastral works according to the latest regulations. It also emphasizes on problem solving and techniques of collecting data manually and Field To Finish (F2F) concept until the production of Certified Plan (CP)
Provides basic knowledge in engineering surveying. The course emphasizes on the distance measurement, bearing, leveling, area and volume works. It also provide early exposure to students in practical work on field.
FIELD ASTRONOMY equips students with knowledge on the position of celestial bodies such as the moon, stars, planets with reference to Earth. this study is important to land surveyors in field works such as determining the azimuth in land boundaries, checking angles in long traverse and determining geodetic positions or geographic points on Earth.
CARTOGRAPHY provides students with the knowledge on concept and basic principles on generating the map. the course provides the effect related to the map processing from the basic information aspect, collecting process and graphic info arrangement and also the production of map. This course exposes the students to the knowledge on how the map is being published the conventional method and new technology.
PHOTOGRAMMETRY equips students with knowledge regarding the principles,
methods and equipment for aerial survey works. It is important to
surveyor in solving problem related to aerial surveys. It also explains
the principles and methods in conducting digital stereo mapping.
Land Laws And Regulations provides exposure and knowledge related to the legislative system which was used in land administration in Peninsular Malaysia
before and after the introduction of the National Land Code and also
the land administration system for Sabah and Sarawak. This course also
explains about land disposals, land dealing and transactions, Malay
Reserve, Sabah and Sarawak Land Reserve and acquisition by the State
Authority. This knowledge is important in order to solve problems
related to land administration and management.
ENGINEERING SURVEYING 2
provides knowledge on Topographic Survey, Automation Survey,
calculation of volume using Mass Haul Diagram and concept Global
Positioning System (GPS). It also emphasizes on detail surveying and GPS
Remote Sensing equips students
with the knowledge of imagery concept. This course explains the concept
of data capture from electromagnetic energy recording, by sensors
brought by airplane or satellite. This course also develops students
skills in using software for digital image processing, digital image enhancement and image classification
Geodesy can be defined as “The science concerned with determining the
size and shape of the Earth” or “The science that locates positions on
the Earth and determines the Earth’s gravity field.” It might be hard to
see anything too interesting or exciting in these definitions.
GEOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION SYSTEM (GIS) emphasizes the utilization of computer software, databases, and survey technology via hands-on exercises in field data collection, input, conversion, analysis, map output and multimedia presentation. The knowledge and skills gained in these studies can be applied to work in various
industrial sectors, including surveying, mapping, local and regional government, forestry, agriculture, town planning, military, health, business, education and the environment.
Land management is the process of managing the use and development (in both urban and rural settings) of land resources. Land resources are used for a variety of purposes which may include organic agriculture, reforestation, water resource management and eco-tourism projects. Land management can have positive or negative effects on the terrestrial ecosystems. Land being over- or misused can degrade and reduce productivity and disrupt natural equilibriums.
GEODESY 2 introduces students to gravity measurement and gravity data
reduction on ellipsoid, precise levelling, GPS levelling method, height
system in geodesy, up-to-date development of Malaysia geodetic network
and positioning with GPS.
Occupational safety and health course is designed to import understanding of the self-regulatory concepts and provisions under the Occupational Safety & Health Act (OSHA). This course presents the responsibilities of employers and employees in implenting and complying with the safety procedures at work. This course provide an undersatnding of the key issues in OSH management , incident preventation, Emergency Preparedness and Response (EPR), fire safety, occupational first aid, Hazard Identification, Risk Assessment and Risk Control (HIRARC) and guide the students gradually into this multi -disciplinary science.
BCM 1 COURSE OFFERS BASIC KNOWLEDGE ON FUNDAMENTAL OF BUILDING CONSTRUCTION TECHNOLOGY AND BUILDING MATERIALS USED IN BUILDING CONSTRUCTION.
Entrepreneurship focuses the principles and concept of entrepreneurship. This course concentrates on the systematic methods of getting business ideas. This course also prepares the students on ways to conduct and control the business including fundamental of management, marketing and financing. It also emphasizes on the preparation of business plan, thus developing their entrepreneurial skills
BASIC ENGINEERING SURVEY course aims to provide students’
knowledge on matters relating to survey and construction. It assists
students to understand how to measure distances and angles using levels,
theodolites and Electronic Distance Measurement equipment.
CADD provides knowledge to produce two-dimensional (2D) and
three-dimensional (3D) architectural drawings using CADD software. The
course equips the students with CADD commands to set up paper, draw,
dimensioning, shading, plotting and produce architectural drawings.
BUILDING SERVICES 1
course introduces students to technical services in building that emphasizes on
the ancillary space that keep the building operates such as bathroom and
restroom, including their supported facilities such as water supply system,
rainwater harvesting system, sanitary drainage system and water disposal
system. This course will equip the students with the ability to analyse issues
in technical services of the building and apply the knowledge into their design
ARCHITECTURAL STRUCTURE equips students with basic knowledge on theory
and principles of forces, strength of materials and behaviour of loaded
structures. It is also provides exposure to building structure system
comprising framed, funicular and shell structure system. This course engages students to structural theory and analyses simple structure members.
Construction is the process of constructing a building or infrastructure. Construction differs from manufacturing
in that manufacturing typically involves mass production of similar
items without a designated purchaser, while construction typically takes
place on location for a known client. Construction as an industry comprises six to nine percent of the gross domestic product of developed countries. Construction starts with planning, design, and financing; and continues until the project is built and ready for use.
WORKING DRAWING 2 course is to emphasize skills and knowledge to produce
working drawing which comply to the Uniform Building by Law (UBBL)
TO BE COMPLETE BY LECTURER
ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE course offers basic knowledge of factors in environmental friendly design aspects. It consists of four topics; thermal comfort, ventilation, lighting and acoustic. The course provides general idea of thermal factors, air ventilation principles, combine-usage of natural and artificial lighting and the acoustic consideration into the design process in built environment. The students will be exposed to those topic for the understanding of design concern in certain type of climate and conditions.
DJJ3053 ENGINEERING MECHANICS
DJJ5062 COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN 2
FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING 2 covers topic on accounting for cash and cash
equivalents, inventories, plant, properties and equipment, trade receivables, trade
payables, provisions and contingent liabilities / assets, revenues and expenses and
also partnership. This course will help student to gain a comprehensive understanding
on various category of adjustments. Thus, the students will be able to extract the
financial statements in accordance to approved accounting standards.
DPA6013 FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING 4
SHORTHAND 1 equips students with knowledge and skills of shorthand rules. This
course allows students to have a better understanding that shorthand is written based on
spoken sound. Students also should be able to recognize and illustrate each outline and
words without any hesitation by performing the dictation speed of 30 w.p.m with 96%
accuracy of transcribed outline.
OFFICE ADMINISTRATION 1 is an introductory subject to provide the students with a basic foundation of knowledge that covers the role and functions of an office, office accommodation, layout and environment, telephone and technology services, office stationery, office automation and procedures in office mail services that give impact to the efficiency of a secretary or an administrator in an organization.
OFFICE SOFTWARE enables students to acquire and apply hands-on knowledge in
using office application. It helps students to improve their personal productivity by
making it faster and easier to create flexible documents, powerful spreadsheets, and
great looking presentation. It also prepares students the concept of working as a group
that work together dynamically and effectively.