SENIOR DESIGN PROJECT
Faculty of Electrical & Electronics Engineering Technology (FTKEE)
Universiti Malaysia PAHANG (UMP)
All undergraduate students at the Faculty of Electrical & Electronics Engineering Technology are required to take Senior Design Project (SDP) courses which involve one research project in their respective area of studies to fulfill the graduation requirement. One project report (written according to UMP's academic writing format) must be submitted to the Faculty by the end of the respective semester. Student's performance for the SDP courses will be assessed through a fixed method and assessment format.
SDP courses act as a platform for students to perform academic research and development related to their respective fields at the Faculty of Electrical & Electronics Engineering Technology. The research and development conducted within the SDP courses will be supervised by appointed supervisors to help the students developed their potentials using their knowledge and skills acquired within their field.
SENIOR DESIGN PROJECT I
SENIOR DESIGN PROJECT II
These courses ( Engineering Technology Senior Design Project I & Engineering Technology Senior Design Project II) are designed to expose the students to a senior design project. They have to apply all the knowledge that they have learned in the program to complete the senior design project. Each student will be supervised by at least one lecturer or two lecturers (main supervisor and co-supervisor). During the senior design project I, the students will be able to do a literature survey and prepare a draft which contains objectives of the project, problem statement, literature survey, solving techniques, methodology, and expected results, treatment of results and list of reference publications. At the end of SDP1, the students are required to present the draft in a short seminar which will be evaluated by a faculty’s panel. During the senior design project II, the students will be able to fabricate and implement their projects prototypes/models, conduct functionality testing, performance evaluation and finalize their project report. At the end of this subject, the students are required to present and demonstrate their projects in a poster presentation session which will be evaluated by faculty/industrial panels.