Industrial Design

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The industrial design programme prepares students to be creative, practical, aesthetics-focused, collaborative problem-solver, and to conduct the design process from project brief to design implementation. Students not only create and develop design work but each creation of design is optimized in its function, value and appearance. Industrial Design adapts into the changing and developing technology by supporting the manufacturing and engineering industries in areas like digital design, 3D modeling, prototyping & manufacturing processes. The students is expected to acquire presentations, problem-solving, communication, documentation, and organizational skills during the phases of the design process through industry collaborations and studio projects.
1.
Idea Development & Process
2.
Digital Design & Styling
3.
3D Modeling
4.
Prototyping & Fabrication
5.
Product , Transport & Furniture Design
1.
Industrial Designer
2.
Automotive Designer
3.
Product Designer
4.
Furniture Designer
5.
3D Modeler
6.
CAD/CAID Specialist
7.
Prototype Specialist
8.
CMF Designer
9.
Draftsman
10.
Reverse Engineering Specialist
11.
Graphic Designer
12.
Product Planner
13.
Research and Development Executive
14.
Model Maker

Quick Info

Program Code:

JPT/BPP(K)1000-600/B293 Jld3(14)( N/521/4/0103)(MQA/FA 4785) 2/2020

Program Status:

Accredited

Fees:

RM28,980

Study Mode:

Full Time

Duration:

6 Semester / 3 Years

Intake:

January / April / July

Contact Person:

The industrial design programme prepares students to be creative, practical, aesthetics-focused, collaborative problem-solver, and to conduct the design process from project brief to design implementation. Students not only create and develop design work but each creation of design is optimized in its function, value and appearance. Industrial Design adapts into the changing and developing technology by supporting the manufacturing and engineering industries in areas like digital design, 3D modeling, prototyping & manufacturing processes. The students is expected to acquire presentations, problem-solving, communication, documentation, and organizational skills during the phases of the design process through industry collaborations and studio projects.

1.
Idea Development & Process
2.
Digital Design & Styling
3.
3D Modeling
4.
Prototyping & Fabrication
5.
Product , Transport & Furniture Design
1.
Industrial Designer
2.
Automotive Designer
3.
Product Designer
4.
Furniture Designer
5.
3D Modeler
6.
CAD/CAID Specialist
7.
Prototype Specialist
8.
CMF Designer
9.
Draftsman
10.
Reverse Engineering Specialist
11.
Graphic Designer
12.
Product Planner
13.
Research and Development Executive
14.
Model Maker

Produce graduates who are:

1.
Able to demonstrate skills in industrial design practices particularly in areas related to consumer products, transport and furniture design, thus contribute to local and global industry demands.
2.
Able to 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.
Able to communicate effectively and demonstrate entrepreneurial skills

Semester 1:

1.
IDE 1712 - Design History
2.
TEC 0542 - Engineering Drawing
3.
QAS 0313 - Engineering Metrology
4.
MPT 0173 - Basic Cutting Process
5.
MPU 2222 - Effective Communication Skills
6.
GMO 0323 - Machine Tool Operation
7.
MPT 0192 - Manufacturing Processes
8.
MAP 2163 - Pre-Calculus

Semester 2:

1.
IDE 1722 - Design Studio 1 (Sketching)
2.
TEC 0553 - Computer Aided Design
3.
MPU 2312 / MPU 2322 - Dinamika Islam Di Malaysia / Etika & Moral Masyarakat Malaysia
4.
MAS 0433 - Engineering Materials
5.
MAP 2192 - Engineering Science
6.
GMO 0313 - Workshop Practice
7.
ESP 2042 - Technical English 1
8.
MAP 2173 - Calculus

Semester 3:

1.
IDE 1742 - Design Project 1
2.
IDE 1732 - Form Study 1
3.
DST 1132 - Creativity & Innovation
4.
MAP 2152 - Engineering Mechanics
5.
EET 0192 - Electrical & Electronics for Industry
6.
MPU 2142 - Co-Curricular Activities & Community Services
7.
ESP 2052 - Technical English 2
8.
GEL 2312 - German Language 1
9.
DST 1152 - Ergonomics

Semester 4:

1.
IDE 1753 - Design Project 2
2.
IDE 1783 - Design Studio 2 (Sketching)
3.
IDE 1762 - Digital Design & Styling 1
4.
IDE 1772 - Form Study 2
5.
GEL 2322 - German Language 2
6.
PTP 1412 IDE - IDE Project Proposal
7.
IMT 2412 - Industrial Management
8.
IMT 2442 - Digital Entrepreneurship

Semester 5:

1.
ITG 1218 - Industrial Training

Semester 6:

1.
IDE 1793 - Design Project 3
2.
IDE 1812 - Digital Design & Styling 2
3.
MPU 2163 - Pengajian Malaysia 2
4.
PTP 1424 IDE - IDE Final Project
5.
IMT 2422 - Product Development & Marketing
6.
MOT 0962 - Prototype Technology & Applications

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

1.
Apply knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals and related industrial design activities to well-defined practical procedures and practices.
2.
Combine creativity and arts with engineering knowledge in order to satisfy product aesthetic appeal and commercial awareness.
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 design activities, with an awareness of their limitations
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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