Diploma in Electrical and Electronics Engineering | HELP CAT

Diploma in Electrical and Electronic Engineering

Electrical & Electronic Engineering is the broadest and most dynamic of all areas of engineering. It ranges from micro-scale transistors to macro-scale network systems. This is a major sector in Malaysia’s economy and it accounts for a significant output of the total manufacturing value in recent years. Your future career spans a wide sector – from aerospace to biomedical to communications, computer to robotics, microelectronics and more. The Diploma in Electrical and Electronic Engineering will prepare you to be a competent and a much sought after technologist to meet the challenges of a very fast moving industry.

  • Programme Name : Diploma in Electrical and Electronic Engineering
    (R/523/4/0226(MQA/PA10804)10/19)
    Duration of Study : 2 years and a 3-month internship
    Intakes : January, April, August
    Study Mode : Full Time
    Assessment : Coursework
    Examination
    Awarding Institution : HELP College of Arts and Technology (HELP CAT)

  • Below are the entry requirements for HELP CAT Diploma in Electrical and Electronic Engineering:

    • SPM/UEC/O-Levels
      • Minimum of 3 credits with a pass in English, BM and History or their equivalent including a credit in Mathematics and 1 relevant Science/Technical/Vocational subject

  • Year 1
    Engineering Mathematics I
    Engineering Physics
    Engineering Drawing I
    Electrical Systems
    Engineering Mathematics II
    Electronics Instrumentation & Measurement
    Technical Communication
    Circuit Analysis
    Programming in Java
    Engineering Mathematics III
    Programming in C++
    Analogue Electronics I
    Introduction to Entrepreneurial Behaviour
    Pengajian Malaysia or Bahasa Melayu Komunikasi 2
    Year 2
    Engineering Mathematics IV or Data Structure & Algorithm
    Analogue Electronics II
    Introduction to Communication Systems
    Engineering Mathematics V or Electromagnetic Theory
    Signal & Systems
    Digital Electronics
    Solid State Devices
    Communication Electronics
    Electrical Machines & Power Systems
    Microprocessor
    Power Electronics
    Design Project
    Comparative Religion
    Community Services
    Automatic Control