B.Eng (Hons.) Manufacturing Engineering


This bachelor's program prepares student for a career in the field of manufacturing engineering. On top of the basic fundamental engineering courses needed to become a marketable engineers, the Faculty also provide a wide range of industry-related subjects such as manufacturing process, manufacturing system, production, engineering, machine design and constructive laboratory courses. Students in the programme are exposed to the state-of-the-art engineering tools and software that is normally used in the industry.  




No MQF Program Learning Outcome

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Career Information

  • Validation & quality control engineer
  • Technologist, regulatory affairs executive, manufacturing
  • Product engineer / technologist, quality compliance – Good Manufacturing Practices executives, research & development, facilities technology in pharmaceutical industry.

Graduates are expected to join workforces under the following industries:
a) Pharmaceutical
b) Biopharmaceutical
c) Food & beverages
d) National Drug Control Agency – National Pharmaceutical Control Bureau
e) Any industries that apply the use of cleanroom technology such as semiconductor and cosmetic.