Structure A Programme
Also known as full research programme, students enrolled into this type of programme will be required to do Research with the help and assistance/guidance of a supervisor.
What is Research?
Research is defined as a systematic investigation into a problem/existing knowledge in order to establish new facts and knowledge that is considered useful and significant to the knowledge community. In UNITEN, the skills of executing a systematic investigation/research is emphasized whereby each student are required to attend a mandatory Research Methodology course organised by COGS. Apart from learning on ways to do effective research/investigation, the Research Methodology course exposes the students to a various techniques in establishing, verifying and defending the knowledge that the student have found throughout his/her research.
Registered and present for 2 semesters per year*
Registered for each semester and fulfil a residential requirement of at least 1 semester during the period of study in addition to 10 working days per year*
* Structure A candidate, including part-time mode is required to register and enroll in the Research Methodology course for a full semester during the first year of candidature.
Electrical and Electronics Engineering:
Renewable energy and sustainability, automation and embedded computing system, signal processing and control systems, communications systems and networks, radio frequency and microwave engineering, system and machine intelligence, photonics technologies, micro and nano engineering, distributed generation, renewable energy and energy efficiency, power system analysis, power quality, and high voltage systems.
Automotive, mechanical design & mechanics, robotics and mechatronics, control and automation, renewable energy and sustainability, thermal system and energy, advanced materials, advanced nuclear technology, and sea to space.
Construction materials science and engineering, environmental and wastewater engineering, geotechnical and geological engineering, water resources engineering, structural engineering, highway and transportation engineering, forensic engineering, and project management.