An annual intake of 150 prospective undergraduates who followed GCE (A/L) Engineering Technology stream will be enrolled for this degree program offer by the Department of Engineering Technology. They are expected to be completing their Bachelor of Engineering Technology degree in the given four focus study areas of Energy & Environment, Mechatronics, Construction and Building Services, and Archeotechnolgy. The selection of these focus areas of study will based on the selection criteria;
- Preference to the focus study area
Capacity to accept the undergraduates for those four focus areas are;
Energy & Environment Technology - 30 Students
Mechatronics Technology - 50 Students
Construction and Building Services Technology - 50 Students
Archeotechnology - 20 Students
Bachelor of Engineering Technology (BET) degree program is a full time four year professional degree program and the first year of study is dedicated to provide the undergraduates with necessary knowledge in basic sciences, pure and applied mathematics, and basic computing skills together with the Engineering Technology oriented subjects.
Subject modules offered in the second year of the program are aimed to provide an Engineering Technology oriented subject knowledge to the undergraduates. Archeotechnology oriented subject modules will commence from the 3rd semester of the program. From the 3rd year of study, undergraduates will be offered the subject modules for their respective focus areas of study. On the 7th semester undergraduates will be attending to industrial training / internship program as well as expected to commence their final year projects and to be complete all the course work modules, industrial training/ internship, and final year project by the end of the 8th semester.