Facilities & Building Automation

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  • Core Study Area
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This programme will give a broad introduction to Building Automation System (BAS) in the scope of facilities and smart building that takes all aspects of the building (control system for HVAC, security, access control, surveillance, lighting etc) and occupant needs into consideration to maximize energy efficiency and convenient and make management of the facilities simpler, safe & secured. This practical oriented programme is designed to equip the graduates with skills to perform building utilities installation and maintenance activities including digital controls, sensing and measurement, actuation, analog output devices, and relays. Data communication protocol for building automation and control network is discussed including web interfaces, field devices, Human Machine Interface (HMI) to a wide variety of equipment types from individual subsystem to fully integrated intelligent building. Facilities and building automation technologist requires competencies in BAS design and specification, energy conservation control strategies, system maintenance, current and future trends in building automation technology.
1.
Building Facilities, Management and maintenance
2.
Building Communication
3.
Building Power Mangement
4.
Green Building Technology
1.
Building Automation Technologist
2.
Green Building Technologist
3.
Building Automation Designer

Quick Info

Program Code:

JPT/BPP(K)1000-600/B293 JlD3(9)( N/523/4/0223)(MQA/PA 4936) 12/2019 MBOT/FA/EE/0/01/0003

Program Status:

Accredited

Fees:

RM28,980

Study Mode:

Full Time

Duration:

6 Semester / 3 Years

Intake:

January / April / July

Contact Person:

This programme will give a broad introduction to Building Automation System (BAS) in the scope of facilities and smart building that takes all aspects of the building (control system for HVAC, security, access control, surveillance, lighting etc) and occupant needs into consideration to maximize energy efficiency and convenient and make management of the facilities simpler, safe & secured. This practical oriented programme is designed to equip the graduates with skills to perform building utilities installation and maintenance activities including digital controls, sensing and measurement, actuation, analog output devices, and relays. Data communication protocol for building automation and control network is discussed including web interfaces, field devices, Human Machine Interface (HMI) to a wide variety of equipment types from individual subsystem to fully integrated intelligent building. Facilities and building automation technologist requires competencies in BAS design and specification, energy conservation control strategies, system maintenance, current and future trends in building automation technology.

1.
Building Facilities, Management and maintenance
2.
Building Communication
3.
Building Power Mangement
4.
Green Building Technology
1.
Building Automation Technologist
2.
Green Building Technologist
3.
Building Automation Designer

Produce graduates who are:

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Demonstrate skills and knowledge particularly in areas related to building facilities and contribute to global industry demands
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Engage in lifelong learning and demonstrate good leadership quality through academic qualifications achievement and career advancement
3.
Responsible to the community, cultures and environment through involvement with related organizations and society
4.
Communicate effectively and demonstrate entrepreneurial skills

Semester 1:

1.
TEC 0562 - Computer Aided Design in Mechanical & Electrical
2.
MPU 2222 - Effective Communication Skills
3.
EET 0113 - Electrical Principles
4.
MAP 2192 - Engineering Science
5.
GEL 2132 - German Language 1
6.
MAP 2163 - Pre-calculus
7.
SPG 0412 - Programming in C

Semester 2:

1.
MAP 2173 - Calculus
2.
EET 0133 - Digital Systems
3.
EET 0123 - Electronics
4.
GEL 2332 - German Malaysia 2
5.
MPU 2163 - Pengajian Malaysia 2
6.
IPM 1533- Rotating Equipment & Maintenance
7.
ESP 2042 - Technical English 1

Semester 3:

1.
FBA 1632- Building Communication
2.
MPU 2412 - Co-curriculum Activities & Community Service
3.
PCI 1113 - Control Systems Application
4.
MPU 2312 - Dinamika Islam di Malaysia
5.
EET 0142 - Electrical Installation
6.
FBA 1682 - Field Devices
7.
SES 1483- Green Building Technology
8.
ESP 2052 - Technical English 2

Semester 4:

1.
FBA 1632 - Building Automation Software Application
2.
PWS 1333 - Building Electrical System
3.
FBA 1643 - Building Facilities Management
4.
IMT 2442 - Digital Entrepreneurship
5.
IEP 0722FBA - FBA Proposal Project
6.
IMT 2412 - Industrial Management
7.
MPC 0822 - Microcontroller
8.
IAT 0912 - Programmable Logic Controllers

Semester 5:

1.
ITG 1218 - Industrial Training

Semester 6:

1.
FBA 1672 - Building Automation System Design
2.
FBA 1663 - Building Facilities Maintenance
3.
IEP 0734FBA - FBA Final Project
4.
FBA 1653 - HVAC System
5.
ECT 0362 - Power Electronics & Drive Technology
6.
PWS 1323 - Power Management & Analysis

At the end of this programme, students will be able to:

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Apply knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals and engineering specialisation principles to well – defined practical procedures and practices
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Analyse well-defined engineering problems in their discipline or area of specialisation
3.
Formulate solutions to well-defined technical problems
4.
Assist in formulation of systems, components or processes to meet specified needs
5.
Conduct investigations of well-defined problems
6.
Apply appropriate techniques, resources and engineering tools to well-defined engineering activities, with an awareness of their limitation
7.
Demonstrate an awareness of and consideration for societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and their consequent responsibilities
8.
Communicate effectively with the engineering community and society at large
9.
Function effectively in a diverse technical team
10.
Demonstrate an understanding of professional ethics, responsibilities and norms of engineering technology practices
11.
Demonstrate an awareness of management, business practices and entrepreneurship
12.
Demonstrate an understanding of the impact of engineering practices, taking into account the need for sustainable development
13.
Recognise the need for professional development and to engage in independent and lifelong learning

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