What will you Study in the Robotic Design Degree at Taylor’s University Malaysia

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Course Details for the Bachelor of Robotic Design and Development (Honours) at Taylor’s University Lakeside Campus

Robotic Design and Development at Taylor’s University is a multi-disciplinary programme combining mechanical engineering, electrical & electronics and computer science. It is designed to equip students with a sound understanding of fundamental theories and concepts in Robotics technology. This programme incorporates Work-Based Learning for students in their 3rd year. This will allow students to develop specialist knowledge, theory and skills by using the workplace as a context for project-based or practice-evidenced learning. Learn how you can step closer to your dream of impacting the ever-evolving world of robotics.

  • 3-year programme
  • Modules are co-led by industry experts
  • Real-world industry projects
  • WBL Mode – Work-based Learning in Year 3

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Study Robotic Design and Development at Taylor’s University

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Robotic Design and Development at Taylor’s is a multi-disciplinary programme combining mechanical engineering, electrical & electronics and computer science. It is designed to equip students with a sound understanding of fundamental theories and concepts in Robotics technology. This programme incorporates Work-Based Learning for students in their 3rd year. This will allow students to develop specialist knowledge, theory and skills by using the workplace as a context for project-based or practice-evidenced learning. Learn how you can step closer to your dream of impacting the ever-evolving world of robotics.

The degree programme will cover the methodical processes such as algorithms, in order to acquire, represent, process, store, communicate and access information.

With this degree students will embark on Work-Based Learning (WBL) for their 3rd year.

Entry Requirements

PREREQUISITES
  • SPM / O-Level with Pre-U / Foundation
    Pass SPM / O-Level or equivalent with 5 credits (including Additional Mathematics) for entry with Pre-University / Foundation qualification
  • SPM / O-Level with Diploma
    Pass SPM / O-Level or equivalent with 3 credits (including Additional Mathematics) for entry with Diploma / Pre-University qualification

*All information is subject to change. The above entry requirements serve as a guideline. Readers are responsible to verify the information by contacting the university’s Admissions Department.

Degree ENTRY REQUIREMENTS
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  • Taylor’s Foundation / Diploma
    Pass Foundation in Science with min CGPA of 2.00 (only applicable to Engineering Science option) Pass Foundation in Engineering/Computing with min. CGPA 2.00
  • Sijil Tinggi Persekolahan Malaysia (STPM)
    Min. Grade CCC with GCPA of 2.00
  • Unified Examination Certificate (UEC)
    Pass with 5Bs including B in Mathematics
  • A Levels
    Pass with min. EEE or equivalent of 120 points including Mathematics
  • South Australian Matriculation (SAM) / SACE International
    Min. ATAR 65 including Mathematics (preferably Specialist Mathematics)
  • Canadian Pre-University (CPU)
    Min. average of 60% average in 6 subjects including Advanced Functions, Calculus & Vectors and Physics / Chemistry
  • International Baccalaureate (IB)
    Min. 24 points in 6 subjects including Mathematics
  • Monash University Foundation Year (MUFY)
    Overall 50% including Mathematics A & B
  • Other Qualifications
    A pass in Diploma in Computer Science or Diploma in Engineering or Diploma in Engineering Technology with a minimum CGPA of 2.5 and a credit in Additional Mathematics at SPM or its equivalent

*All information is subject to change. The above entry requirements serve as a guideline. Readers are responsible to verify the information by contacting the university’s Admissions Department.

Why Study Robotic Design & Development at Taylor’s

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  • Multi-Disciplinary Approach
    • Integrates mechanical engineering, electrical & electronics & computer scienceinto a syllabus delivering comprehensive Robotics Technology knowledge.
  • Hands-on Industry Experience with MNC Partners
    • Gain experience as well as job opportunities with leading industry players & MNC partners in industries such as aerospace, automotive & manufacturing
  • 32 Weeks of Industrial Project Learning
    • Embark on an exciting 32-week industrial project in the Robotics industry. Experience a real-world working environment with real-world challenges.
  • Industry-Endorsed Syllabus
    • Modules are co-led by industry experts. Multinational company partners will serve as advisors to students by providing industry-driven knowledge

This component consists of Common Core subjects, which are common modules across a discipline that provides the fundamental knowledge of the discipline.

Work-based learning (WBL)

Work-based learning (WBL) provides students hands-on experience with industry partners for a year. During this duration, they will gain real world, practical learning experiences. This complements the classroom learning that students would have gained in their first two years of their degree, increasing their career readiness.

Why Choose Work-Based Learning?
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Taylor’s University Engineering students showing their project at the Engineering Fair
  • Hands-on Learning
    • Structured learning opportunities, achieved through authentic work experiences guided by the industry partner and academic supervisor.
  • Increase Career Readiness
    • Students are more connected to the working world which motivates them to develop skills that will prepare them for success.
  • It’s more than internship
    • Work- based learning (WBL) transforms the workplace into a place of learning while an internship applies what has been taught during class time.
Work-Based Learning Mode Programmes
  • Learn on-campus for 2 years, and proceed to 1 final year of on-site work-based learning, taught and assessed by academics and our industry partner
  • You can choose to opt for work-based learning in your 3rd year, or study your final year on campus with an internship module in your final semester.
Frequently Asked Questions on the Work-Based Learning
Engineering lab at Taylor's University
Engineering lab at Taylor’s University
  • How will students be assessed in the year of WBL study?
    • During the year of WBL study, the assessments will be jointly conducted and evaluated by academic and industrial supervisors. Assessments will include work-based assignments, reports, presentations and on-job evaluations are among some of the forms of assessments.
  • How is WBL different to Internship?
    • An internship is where students apply what they have learnt in an industrial setting. However, in work-based learning programme, students in their final year of study undertake modules in an industrial setting. Teaching and learning activities are co-taught by industry and academic supervisors while assessments are co-assessed.
  • Can students choose their choice of industry partner for WBL?
    • Yes, students will be presented with the industry partners list to choose from in their first two years of study.
  • Will there be any difference in fees with the WBL mode of study?
    • No. Fees will remain consistent with the conventional mode of study.
  • During the year of work-based learning (WBL) will students be paid/compensated.
    • Yes. The rate will be at the discretion of the industry partner.
  • How will the student be prepared for a year of work experience with the right skills and knowledge
    • seeing that the “teaching” is reduced to 2 years? Does WBL reduce “teaching” to 2 years?
      Teaching is not reduced to two years, it is still maintained at 3 years with the teaching and learning activities happening while in the industry. WBL gives students the opportunity to take modules in an industrial setting rather an an on-campus environment (conventional mode). Teaching is further enhanced due to the collaborative and hands-on nature of WBL being co-taught by academic and industry supervisors who are often experts in their respective field.
  • Can students still be part of the Global Mobility Student Exchange Programme if they choose the WBL option?
    • Since the Global Mobility Student Exchange Programme is usually done during the second year of the programme while taking complementary studies, students can still participate in the Global Mobility Student Exchange Programme and still go for WBL in their third year.
  • Will students be hired by the industry partner once they have completed their studies and WBL year after graduation?
    • There is a strong possibility that the industry partner will hire the student upon completion of WBL. One of the objectives of the WBL mode is for participating companies to identify, train and retain potential students who can join their organization after completing their studies that help to meet the staffing needs.
  • How will the industry supervisor be committed to “teaching”?
    • The role of industry supervisor to “teach” is augmented by the academic supervisor throughout the WBL period. A memorandum of Agreement (MOA) will be signed with each participating organisation detailing the commitment and undertaking of each party (Taylor’s University and participating industry partner). Finally, the progress and outcome of the engagement with the participating organisation will be monitored from time to time and actioned if required.
Programme Structure for the Bachelor of Robotic Design and Development (Honours) at Taylor’s University
Common Core
Year 1
  • Engineering Mathematics I
  • Engineering Design & Analysis
  • Circuits and Devices
  • Software Engineering
  • Programming Techniques
  • Operating Systems & Computer Networks
  • Manufacturing Engineering
Year 2
  • Introduction to Robotics
  • Machine Learning and Parallel Computing
  • Intro to Electronics & Electrical Power Machines
  • Robotics Dynamics and Control
  • Signal and System
  • Microprocessors and Computer Architecture
  • Automatic Control & Instrumentation
  • Robotics Sensors and Actuators
Year 3
  • Industrial Project 1
  • Human Computer Interaction
  • Industrial Project 2
  • Professional Practices & Information Security

*All information is subject to change. Readers are responsible for verifying information that pertains to them by contacting the university.

Flexible Education
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The Flexible Education component provides student the flexibility to study modules in a related or unrelated field from the same or different school to complement the Primary Major. It may be completed in a form of free electives, an extension, minors or a second major that typically requires at least one (1) semester of student learning time.

[Choose ONE (1) of the packages:]

Minor

Recommended Packages:

  • IC Design and Embedded Systems
  • Power and Energy Systems
  • Robotics
  • Energy and Sustainability Engineering
  • Process Integration and Unit Operation

Choose any Minor package* offered by Taylor’s University. Refer to the Complementary Study Guide for the list of Minor packages.*Subject to availability.
*Meet min. module pre- & co-requisite.

Free Electives

Choose any FIVE (5) Free Electives* offered by Taylor’s University. Refer to the Complementary Study Guide for the list of Free Electives.

*Subject to availability.
*Meet min. module pre- & co-requisite.

Overseas Transfer Options

Taylor’s University offers the option of completing your degree programme with our established partner university.

AUSTRALIA

DEAKIN UNIVERSITY

  • Bachelor of Mechatronics Engineering 2 + 2 years
UNITED KINGDOM

UNIVERSITY OF BIRMINGHAM

  • BEng Mechatronic & Robotic Engineering 1.5 + 2 years
  • MEng Mechatronic & Robotic Engineering 1.5 + 3 years

Career Options

When you’ve successfully completed this programme, you could embark on any of these exciting careers, including:

  • Robot Developer
  • Robotics Process Automation (RPA) Developer
  • Robotics Engineer / Technologist
  • Robotics Specialist
  • Automation Systems Designer
  • Machine Learning Designer / Engineer
  • Software Developer
  • AI Research Scientist
  • Automation Engineer
  • Robotic / Production Technologist
  • Automation Analyst
  • Mechatronic Engineer / Technologist
  • Mechanical Designer / Engineer

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