Programme Educational Objectives (PEO) are specific goals describing expected achievements of graduates in their career and professional life after graduation. To produce, after 3 to 5 years of graduation:

PEO1Graduates who are able to practice the knowledge in Manufacturing Engineering Technology (Product Design).
PEO2Graduates who are able to engage with continuous development and adapt to evolving technologies.
PEO3Graduates who are able to adapt professional ethics and leadership to meet the needs of the society.

Upon completion of this program, graduate should be able to:

PLO1Ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals and engineering specialisation principles to defined and applied engineering procedures, processes, systems or methodologies in the field of Manufacturing Engineering Technology (Product Design).
PLO2Ability to solve broadly-defined engineering problems systematically to reach substantiated conclusions using tools and techniques appropriate to Manufacturing Engineering Technology (Product Design).
PLO3Ability to design solutions for broadly-defined engineering technology problems, and to design systems, components or processes to meet specified needs with appropriate consideration for public health and safety, as well as cultural, societal, environmental and sustainability concerns.
PLO4Ability to plan and conduct experimental investigations of broadly-defined problems, using data from relevant sources.
PLO5Ability to select and apply appropriate techniques, resources and modern engineering tools, with an understanding of their limitations.
PLO6Ability to demonstrate an awareness of and consideration for societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and their consequent responsibilities relevant to engineering technology practice.
PLO7Ability to demonstrate an understanding of the impact of engineering technology practices, taking into account the need for sustainable development.
PLO8Ability to demonstrate an understanding of professional ethics, responsibilities and norms of engineering technology practices.
PLO9Ability to function effectively as individuals, and as members or leaders in diverse technical teams.
PLO10Ability to communicate effectively on broadly-defined engineering activities with the engineering community and society at large.
PLO11Ability to demonstrate an awareness of project management, business practices and entrepreneurship.
PLO12Ability to recognise the need for professional development and to engage in independent and lifelong learning.

Career Prospect

Design has been considered an important aspect going through any kind of manufacturing activity. Before going through the actual production itself, any product will have to go through its design phase. It is during this phase that a product will be decided on its functionality, aesthetics, and manufacturability. Designers have often been credited with man’s greatest achievements 

For Bachelor of Manufacturing Engineering Technology (Product Design) students will be exposed to the process of initial design, prototyping, and final design. 

Curriculum Structure 

First Year – First Semester 

BMMU 1013Technical MathematicsP3
BMMA 1333StaticsK3
BMMD 1304Engineering Drawings and CADK4
BMMP 1303Manufacturing PracticesK3
BMMA 1313Principle of Electric and ElectronicK3
BKKX XXX1Co-curriculum IW1

First Year – Second Semester 

BMMU 1023Calculus for TechnologyP3
BMMP 1313Engineering MaterialsK3
BMMP 1323Manufacturing ProcessesK3
BEEA 1343Computer ProgrammingK3
BMMM 2313Dynamics and Mechanics of MachineK3
BLHW 1762Philosophy and Current IssuesW2
BLLW 1142English for Academic PurposesW2
BKKX XXX1Co-curriculum 2W1

Second Year – First Semester 

BMMU 2043Statistical MethodsP3
BMMP 1313Engineering MaterialsK3
BMMM 2303Solid MechanicsK3
BMMD 2313Thermo FluidK3
**BMMD 2504Advanced Engineering Graphics & CADK4
**BLLW 2152Academic WritingW2
BLHW 2772Appreciation of Ethics and CivilizationW2
***BLXX XXX2General ElectiveW2

Second – Second Semester 

BMMU 2033Advanced Calculus for TechnologyP3
BMMD 2324Product Design and DevelopmentK4
BMMP 2333Quality ControlK3
BMMP 2343Control SystemK3
BMMD 3523CNC TechnologyK4
BLLW XXX2Third LanguageW2

Third Year – First Semester

BMMD 2513Computer Aided ManufacturingK3
BMMP 3354Industrial EngineeringK4
BMMD 3533Design for Manufacturing and AssemblyK3
BMMD 3543Rapid ManufacturingK3
BMMD 3553Ergonomics DesignK3
**BLLW 3162English for Professional InteractionW2
BTMW 4012Technology EnterpreneurshipW2
#BMXX XXX0Professional Certificate Preparation CourseW0

Third Year – Second Semester

BMMD 3563Production Tool DesignK3
**BMMD 3573Design of Machine ElementK3
**BMMD 3583CAEK3
BMMU 3764Bachelor Degree Project IW4
BLHC 4032Critical and Creative ThinkingW2
*BMMX 38X4Elective IE4

Fourth Year – First Semester

BMMD 4013Sustainable DevelopmentP3
BMMU 4053Engineering Ethics and OSHEP3
BMMD 4594Design ProjectW4
**BMMU 4774Bachelor Degree Project IIW4
*BMMD 48X4Elective IIW4

Fourth Year – Second Semester

 BMMU 4786Industrial TrainingK6
BMMU 4796Industrial Training ReportK6

*  For Elective I, students may choose any TWO (2) subjects from the list below:

BMMD 3804Industrial Design
BMMP 3814Manufacturing System

*  For Elective II, students may choose any THREE (3) subjects from the list below:

BMMD 4814Mould Design
BMMD 4824Automotive Component Manufaturing
BMMD 4834Packaging Design and Technology

***  For General Electives, students may choose any ONE (1) subject from the list below:

BLHW 1722Philosophy of Science and Technology
BLHC 4012Organizational Communication
BLHH 1032Industrial Psycology and Organization
BLHC 4022Negotiation Skills

#  For Professional Certificate Preparation Course, students may choose any ONE (1) certificate from the list below:

BMMP 3100Certified SolidWorks Professional (CSWP)
BMMD 3100Certified Hypermesh

Note: The subject Foundation English Programme, BLHL 1010 is meant for all MUET Band 2 & 3 students ONLY. Students from cohort 2016/2017 will have to obtain MUET Band 4 and above to fulfill the graduation requirement.

  • W – University Compulsory Subjects
  • P – Program Core Subjects
  • K – Course Core Subjects
  • E – Elective