Diploma in Engineering Technology (Autotronics & Hybrid System)
JPT/BPP(K)1000-600/B293 Jld3(9)( N/523/4/0223)(MQA/PA 4936) 12/2019
The Autotronics is referred to as modern automotive technology and also commonly known as Automotive Mechatronics. Autotronics is the combination of automobile and electronics while hybrid refers to technology that uses two or more distinct power sources to move the vehicle. It deals with computer controlled motor vehicle systems such as Engine Control Unit (ECU-airbag, engine, ABS) , engine management , electronic transmission, GPS-based navigation system, stability management system, instrumentation, infotainment, etc.
The programme provides an in-depth understanding of electronic control systems and vehicle sub-systems operation of various computer controlled motor vehicle systems in networked system (CAN Bus and LIN Bus system) . The student will also acquire knowledge and skills on automotive electronic problem-solving techniques using state-of-the-art testing and diagnostic equipment to maintain, troubleshoot and repair electrical and electronics system used in various automotive vehicles. The graduates from this programme can be employed in the automotive industry and specialized service centers.
Core Study Area
Produce graduates who are :
PEO 1: Able to demonstrate skills in mechanical, electrical and electronics particularly in areas related to automotive
hybrid and electrics vehicles industries, thus contribute to local and global industry demands
PEO 2: Able to engage in lifelong learning and demonstrate good leadership quality through academic qualifications
achievement and career advancement
PEO 3: Responsible to the community, cultures and environment through involvement with related organizations
PEO 4: Able to communicate effectively and demonstrate entrepreneurial skills
At the end of this programme, students will be able to:
PLO 1 : Apply knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals and engineering specialisation principles to well – defined practical procedures and practices.
PLO 2: Analyse well-defined engineering problems in their discipline or area of specialisation PLO 3 Formulate solutions to well-defined technical problems .
PLO 4 : Assist in formulation of systems, components or processes to meet specified needs.
PLO 5 :Conduct investigations of well-defined problems .
PLO 6: Apply appropriate techniques, resources and engineering tools to well-defined engineering activities, with an awareness of their limitation.
PLO 7 : Demonstrate an awareness of and consideration for societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and their consequent responsibilities.
PLO 8 : Communicate effectively with the engineering community and society at large .
PLO 9 : Function effectively in a diverse technical team.
PLO 10 : Demonstrate an understanding of professional ethics, responsibilities and norms of engineering technology practices.
PLO 11 : Demonstrate an awareness of management, business practices and entrepreneurship
PLO 12 : Demonstrate an understanding of the impact of engineering practices, taking into account the need for sustainable development
PLO 13 : Recognise the need for professional development and to engage in independent and lifelong learning.