Bachelor of Manufacturing Engineering (Manufacturing Process)

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Program Description

Bachelor of Manufacturing Engineering (Manufacturing Process) was the first program offered in November 2001 together with the setting up of the Department of Manufacturing Process.

The program is intended to fulfill the government’s aspiration to produce multi-skilled graduates in the field of science and technology. In this program, students will be educated with mathematical principles, engineering science, and manufacturing technology. Students will be exposed to various engineering metallic & non-metallic material processing techniques. Graduates from this program are expected to have strong engineering background and skills required to build their career as Process Engineers, Production Engineers, Manufacturing Engineers, Sales Engineers, Machine Tool Designers and Manufacturing Engineering Consultants.


Last updated February 2018

About the School

As a Focus University, UTeM boasts strengths in technical fields – namely Engineering, IT, and Management Technology. UTeM has cemented a reputation of being a source of high-quality engineering gradu ... Read More

As a Focus University, UTeM boasts strengths in technical fields – namely Engineering, IT, and Management Technology. UTeM has cemented a reputation of being a source of high-quality engineering graduates with the capability of meeting the requirements of high-tech industries. UTeM also has research competencies in areas that it has identified as being key to enhancing the University’s unique proposition and also contributes to the nation such as Green Technology, Systems Engineering, Human-Technology Interaction, and Emerging Technology. UTeM Engineering programs are also accredited by Washington Accord. In addition to the Bachelor programs, UTeM offers also Master, PhD and Engineering Doctorate Program. Read less