Bachelor of Robotics and Mechatronics Engineering (Honours)
KPT/JPT (R/523/6/0230) 03/20 - MQA/FA7519
Why study a Bachelor of Robotics and Mechatronics Engineering (Honours)?
There is increasing pressure on industries to deliver better products and services at reduced costs to remain competitive.
Robotics and mechatronics, central to addressing this demand, is crucial to the development of smart products and intelligent devices. It is the nexus between mechanical and electrical engineering, and is at the forefront of the Internet of things. As a robotics and mechatronics engineer, you could design the control systems for a myriad of applications ranging from autonomous vehicles to miniature robots for use in medical applications. Or you might take an everyday household product and turn it into a truly clever device.
Robotics and mechatronics engineers design devices and the programs that control those devices. They’re adept at handling vast amounts of data and creating systems that make sense of data in real time so that a fully automated manufacturing facility can operate safely and efficiently, or a car can drive completely autonomously. The applications of this field is virtually unlimited. With the knowledge and skills you'll have when you graduate, you’ll be able to design, develop, manufacture and operate the intelligent products and complex systems of today and tomorrow.
This course was designed in response to the fast-paced and growing needs of the industry and our lifestyle. It equips you with skills and insights sought after by the industry, and offers a choice of specialisation in automation or AI that’ll prepare you with the essential knowledge and skillsets to redefine success for your future organisation.
Areas of study
- Computing for engineers
- Mathematics for engineering
- Engineering design A: lighter, faster, stronger
- Engineering design B: cleaner, safer, smarter
- Design C: engineering mobile applications
General Studies Unit
- Leadership and Innovation
Select two units from:
- Chemistry I advanced
- Physics for engineering
- Mechanics of fluids (level two)
- Telecommunications (level two)
- Digital systems (level two)
- Introduction to Systems Engineering (level two)
Total: 48 points
LEVEL TWO (48 points)
- Electrical circuits
- Engineering design 1
- Computer organisation and programming
- Advanced engineering mathematics
- Digital systems
- Two elective units
LEVEL THREE (48 points)
- Analogue electronics
- Dynamical systems
- Sensors and artificial perception
- Modeling and control
- Integrated design project
- Thermo-fluid and power systems (Automation stream) or Neural networks and deep learning (AI stream)
- Two elective units
LEVEL FOUR (48 points)
- Mechatronics final year project 1
- Mechatronics final year project 2
- Professional practice
- Engineering cyber-physical systems (Automation stream) or Computer vision (AI stream)
- Mechatronics and manufacturing (Automation stream) or Intelligent robotics (AI stream)
- Two elective units
The course takes four years of full-time study to complete.
The common first year lays a foundation in the basic sciences of mathematics, physics and chemistry and introduces the disciplines available to you for further study. You will learn to apply your developing maths and science knowledge to real-life problems and begin to understand the interaction between engineering and society.
Depending on academic performance and quotas, you can pursue a specific discipline from your second year of study.
Monash Malaysia campus students must undergo training in an industrial-based environment after their third year of study, as required by the Board of Engineers Malaysia’s Engineering Accreditation Council. After the 12-week training, students must submit a written report, detailing your work experience.
The Monash University Handbook has detailed information about the structure and requirements for the Bachelor of Engineering.
Graduates can work in fields such as:
- smart manufacturing
- deep analytics
Classrooms provide the foundation for your engineering journey. Work experience amplifies your learning and hones your hands-on skills. As an engineering student, you must complete 12 weeks of approved engineering work in an industry-based environment after your third year. This is a great opportunity for you to apply what you’ve learnt to real-life situations and to work closely with industry professionals. You’ll enhance your technical and professional skills, build industry connections and acquire skills that’ll give you an edge in the competitive employment market.
Our students have interned with companies like:
- British Telecommunications plc
- Carrier (M) Sdn Bhd
- ExxonMobil Exploration and Production Malaysia Inc
- F&N Holdings Bhd
- Intel Corporation
- Goodyear Malaysia Berhad
- Hicom Automotive Manufacturer (M) Sdn Bhd
- IBM (M) Sdn Bhd
- Malaysia Airlines
- Shell Refining Company (Federation of Malaya) Berhad
- Duson Ltd
- Maxis Communications
- ABB Group
- Sunway Group
- Arup Jururunding Sdn Bhd
- Gamuda Berhad
You will need the following entry scores for the Bachelor of Mechatronics Engineering (Honours):
|Commencing Monash University Foundation Year (MUFY) in 2019/2020*||76.25%*|
|A Level GCE||11|
|Pearson International Advanced Level||12|
|Hong Kong Diploma of Secondary Education||20|
|Indian School Certificate||76%|
|All India Senior School Certificate||81%|
|SMA3, Indonesia||Please refer to https://priorstudy.monash.edu/prior-study/ to find out the entry score|
|International Baccalaureate Diploma Program (IB Diploma Program)||31|
|Program Matrikulasi (Matriculation Program), Malaysia||3.17|
|Ontario Secondary School Diploma||86.3%|
|Sri Lankan General Certificate of Education (Advanced Level)||12|
|High School Certificate, Vietnam||8.49|
|UNSW Foundation Studies||8.25|
|Foundation in Science and Technology, Sunway College||77.5%|
|Monash College Diploma Part 1 **||80%**|
|Monash College Diploma Part 2 **||60%**|
*The undergraduate entry requirements published are for students who commence the MUFY program in 2019/2020.
**The Monash College Diploma Part 1 and Part 2 entry requirements published are for students commencing their undergraduate destination degree in 2020/2021.
Mathematics (Australian Higher Year 12 equivalent) and at least one of Chemistry or Physics (Australian Year 12 equivalent) are formal prerequisites for the Bachelor of Engineering.
In 2020, annual tuition fees for this course are:
- RM48,101 for Malaysian students
- RM54,915 for international students.
- Application - RM100
- Registration - RM200
- General amenities - RM100
Visa application fee for new international student
- Indonesia - RM3,340
- Other countries - RM2,330
Each year, there are three intake periods for the Bachelor of Mechatronics Engineering (Honours). This means that you can start in February, July or October.
Applications for credit can include credit transfer for previous study or recognition of prior learning.
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For more information about this degree, contact us.