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PROGRAM: BACHELOR OF ENGINEERING (HONS) MECHANICAL

LECTURER: PM. IR. TS. DR. BULAN ABDULLAH


ROOM/ PHONE: TI-A11-9A / 011-28530357 (Prefer what apps)

Code : MEC600
Course: ENGINEERS IN SOCIETY

Upon completion of this course, students should be able to:

CO – COURSE OUTCOME PO- PROGRAM OUTCOME


CO1 Recommend solutions for engineering PO3- Design/Development of Solutions
ethics, sustainable development and - Design solutions for complex
finance, components or processes that engineering problems and design
meet specified needs with appropriate systems, components or processes that
consideration for public health and meet specified needs with appropriate
safety, cultural, societal, and consideration for public health and safety,
environmental considerations [PO3, cultural,
LO3, SS1];{C5}. societal, and environmental
considerations (WK5);
CO2 Study the reasoning informed by PO6- The Engineer And Society : Able
contextual knowledge to assess to apply reasoning informed by
societal, health, safety, legal and contextual knowledge to assess societal,
cultural issues and the consequent health, safety, legal and cultural issues
responsibilities relevant to and the consequent responsibilities
professional engineering practice. relevant to professional engineering
[PO6, LO5, SS4];{ A3}. practice (WK7);
CO3 Identify the impact of professional PO7; Environment And Sustainability:
engineering solutions to societal and Able to understand the impact of
environmental contexts and professional engineering solutions in
demonstrate knowledge and need for societal and environmental contexts and
sustainable development [PO7, LO6, demonstrate knowledge of and need for
SS4];{A4}. sustainable development. (WK7);
CO4 Propose ethical principles and commit PO8- Ethics: Able to apply ethical
to professional ethics, responsibilities principles and commit to professional
and norms of engineering practice. ethics and responsibilities and norms of
[PO8,LO6, SS4];{A5}. engineering practice. (WK7);
CO5 Explain the knowledge and PO12- Project Management and
understanding of engineering and Finance - Demonstrate knowledge and
management principles and apply understanding of engineering
them as a member and leader in a management principles and economic
team, to manage projects in decision making and apply these to one’s
multidisciplinary environments; own work, as a member and leader in a
[PO12, LO8, SS6];{C5}. team, to manage projects in
multidisciplinary environments;

MAPPING: EAC POs - MOHE LODs (LEARNING OUTCOME DOMAIN)- MOHE SS


(SOFT SKILL)
C PO LO SS
O EAC MOHE Learning MOHE SOFT
Outcome Domains SKILL

1 CO1[PO3, PO3- LO3-Thinking and SS1-Critical


LO3, SS1]; Design/Development Scientific Skills (C) Thinking and
{C5}. of Solutions Problem-solving
Skills
2 CO2 [PO6, PO6- The Engineer LO5- Social SS4- Ethics &
LO5, SS3]; And Society Skils, Teamwork Moral
{ A3}. and Professionalism
Responsibilities
(A)
3 CO3 [PO7, PO7; Environment LO6- Values, SS4- Ethics
LO6, SS4]; And Sustainability: Ethics, Moral and & Moral
{A4}. Professionalism Professional
(A) ism
4 CO4 PO8- Ethics LO6- Values, Ethics, SS4- Ethics & Moral
[PO8,LO6, Moral and Professionalism
SS4];{A5}. Professionalism (A)
5 CO5 PO12- Project LO8- Management and SS6-Entrepreneurial
[PO12, LO8, Management and Entrepreneurship (C) Skills
SS6];{C5}. Finance

COURSE DESCRIPTION
This course covers the fundamentals of engineering ethics, Sustainable Development and
finance in the working environment. These include the implementation act and regulation
for engineer in Malaysia such Professionalism and Codes of Ethics, Employment Act, law
of contract, Employment Act, Bankruptcy Act, Cyber Law and SPRM. The course also
covers the Engineering Ethics and Crisis Management. Besides that, the course also
emphasizes on Sustainable Development, Economic sustainability, Environmental
sustainability, Engineering economic and Financial Management for Engineers will also
be covered. The lectures are academic staff with industrial experience. The invited
external speakers from various professional engineering backgrounds will be invited for
exposure to engineering practice
Week Hours TOPICS Remarks
1 1 Introduction
Course Briefing: Objectives, Syllabus
Content, Method of Instruction,
Assessment,
1 3 1.0 Engineer, CSR and Project CO1 [PO3, LO3, SS1];{C5}.
Management (6 hours) CO2 [PO6, LO5, SS3];
 Impact CSR economic, { A3}.
social, cultural, CO5 [PO12, LO8, SS6];
environmental and {C5}.
sustainability
 CSR Activities - Engineering Group Assignment
and Environmental - CSR & project
sustainability management Activity
 Project Management: (PO6-15%, PO12-10% )
Planning, Budget, WEEK 2-8 CSR & PM
Communication, Risk and PROGRAM/ACTIVITY
Organizing

2 3 2.0 Professionalism and Codes of Ethics CO1 [PO3, LO3, SS1];{C5}.


(6 hours) CO2 [PO6, LO5, SS3];
 Engineering Societies { A3}.
(Malaysia and International) CO4 [PO8,LO6, SS4];{A5}.
 Registration of Engineers
with Board of Engineers Individual Assignment –
(BEM) Participation & Summary of
 Route to be Professional Seminar Report
Engineer (PO8-10%)
 Guideline for Code of Submit the report at the end
Professional conduct of the seminar
 Sharing Experience - Invited
Speakers WEEK 4-Seminar Engineer
In Society - Invited Speakers

3,4 6 3.0 Engineering Ethics and Crisis CO1 [PO3, LO3, SS1];{C5}.
Management (6 hours) CO2 [PO6, LO5, SS3];
 Why Study Engineering { A3}.
Ethics? CO4 [PO8,LO6, SS4];{A5}.
 Ethical Theories
 Analysis and Solution in Week 3- submit report
Ethical Issue CSR & PMP PART 1-
 Organizational policy on Softcopy - Pendrive
misconduct
 Crisis Management
 Case Study

2 Test 1- Topic 2-3- 10%- 2 hours Study Questions on


WEEK 6-8 DATE - XXXX TO BE Regulations on Professional
CONFIRM BY FACULTY. Conduct
5,6 3 4.0 Sustainable Development (6 hours) CO1 [PO3, LO3, SS1];{C5}.
 Key concepts of CO3 [PO7, LO6, SS4];{A4}.
sustainability and issues
 SD Pillars- Social, Individual Assignment
Environments And - Sustainable Development
Economic - (PO7/10%)
 United Nation Sustainable
Goal
 Sustainable Issues and
Solutions
 Case study

7,8 6 5.0 Engineering Economics (6 hours) CO1 [PO3, LO3, SS1];{C5}.


 Fundamental concepts of CO5 [PO12, LO8, SS6];
demand, supply and price {C5}.
 Perfect competition,
oligopoly and monopoly
 GDP, GNP and Taxes
 National income and
expenditure
 Concept of inflation and
productivity
 Cost of Living
 Types of Financing
 Calculator Apps for
Financial Management

9,10 3 6.0 Financial Management (6 hours) CO1 [PO3, LO3, SS1];{C5}.


 The concept of time value of CO5 [PO12, LO8, SS6];
money and cost of capital {C5}.
 The cash flow table
 Methods used in calculation WEEK 10 (at classroom) –
depreciation and capital Individual Assignment/
allowances Sustainable Development
 Capital Investment Appraisal and Final Report CSR &PM
Techniques – submit on submit in PEN
 Company reports- Balance DRIVE.
sheet and the profit and loss
statement
11,12 6 7.0 Law and Acts governing engineer (6 CO1 [PO3, LO3, SS1];{C5}.
hours) CO2 [PO6, LO5, SS3];
 Environmental Quality Act { A3}.
1974 CO4 [PO8,LO6, SS4];{A5}.
 Law of contract
 Akta Suruhanjaya
Pencegahan
Rasuah Malaysia (SPRM)
 Employment Act and
Regulation
 Insolvency & Bankruptcy
Act
 Cyber Law & cyber security

13 2 Test 2 –
Topic 2,34,5,6,7
40%- 3 hours
WEEK 13.
Date: SABTU - 9.00 PAGI -12.00 TGH.
14 Cuti Ulangkaji

Teaching Methodology
Lecture
Lectures are given to cover the basic principles of each topic.

Open Discussion
Consideration of questions and concerns about a topic in an open and informal debate as
well as general discussion.

Case Studies
Problem base learning through instructive methods on a specific situation and condition
related to the topic over a period of time.

Seminar & Invited Speakers


Professionals and academicians from different faculties will be invited to relate their
expertise in relation to the engineering profession.

Blended Learning/ Massive Open Online Course (MOOC)


Throughout the semester, part of communication medium will be alternatively using i-
Learn; teaching and learning material, and online forum of discussion will use similar
platform. MOOC approach will be continuously developed and employed as a part of
teaching learning approach. Please register & login in the provided link:

MOOC URL:
MEC600 -Assessment

Item % Remarks CO-PO


Test 1 10% Generic Questions on CO4-PO8
Regulations on Professional
Conduct
Week 6-8- Refer FKM weeks
test
Test 2 40% Topic 2,34,5,6,7 CO1-PO1
40%- 3 hours
WEEK 13. 7 DEC 2019
Date: SABTU
Time: 9.00 PAGI -12.00 TGH
Group Assignment 30% CSR PROGRAM/ACTIVITY CO20- PO6
Week 2-8 & CO5-PO12
Week 4- Submit Report Part 1
Week 10- Submit Report Part 2
Individual 10% Sustainable Development CO3-PO7
Assignment Week 10- submit report
Seminar 10% Participation & Summary of CO4-PO8
Seminar Report
28 SEPT 2019
SATURDAY
8.30 AM- 5.30 PM
Submit the report and a form at
the end of the seminar.

100%

GRADING SCHEME (M3)

MARK GRADE GRADE POINT STATUS


90 – 100 A+ 4.00 PASS
80 – 89 A 4.00 PASS
75 – 79 A- 3.67 PASS
70 – 74 B+ 3.33 PASS
65 – 69 B 3.00 PASS
60 – 64 B- 2.67 PASS
55 – 59 C+ 2.33 PASS
50 – 54 C 2.00 PASS
47 – 49 C- 1.67 FAIL
44 – 46 D+ 1.33 FAIL
40 – 43 D 1.00 FAIL
30 – 39 E 0.67 FAIL
0 – 29 F 0.00 FAIL

Recommended Textbook
1. Chan S Park, Fundamental of Engineering Economics, Prentice Hall 2013
2. Charles B. Fleddermann, Engineering Ethics, Fourth Edition, Prentice Hall, 2014
3. Engineering Ethics: Concepts and Cases, Fourth Edition, Charles E. Harris,Michael S.
Pritchard,and Michael J. Rabins Wadsworth, 2009
4. J. Campbell Martin. The Successful Engineer: Personal and Professional Skills – a
Sourcebook, McGraw-Hill, 1993
5. L. T. Blank, and A. Tarquin, Engineering Economy, 7th Edition, McGraw-Hill, 2012
6. M. E. Gorman, M. M Mehalik, and P. H. Werhane, Ethical and Environmental
Challenges to Engineering, 1st Edition, Pearson-Prentice Hall, 2000.
7. Mike W. Martin, Roland Schinzinger , Irvine, Introduction to Engineering Ethics Second
Edition, McGraw-Hill, 2010
8. Rob Lawlor, Engineering in Society, Second Edition, Royal Academic of Engineering,
2013.

References
1. BEM, Guideline for Code of Professional conduct, http://www.bem.org.my/v3/index.html
2. BEM, Introduction To Code Of Ethics For Young Engineers,
http://www.bem.org.my/v3/index.html
3. BEM, Registration of Engineers Act 1967 (Revised 2015) [REA 2015],
http://www.bem.org.my/v3/index.html
4. BEM, Registration of Engineers Regulations 1990 (Revised 2015) [REG 2015],
http://www.bem.org.my/v3/index.html
5. THE INGENIEUR, digital copy of the magazine,
http://www.bem.org.my/v3/publications.html