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Institute of Engineering Mathematics (IMK) offer Master of Science (Engineering Mathematics) by research mode and research mode. A student shall carry out research in any one of the areas of research. Each research work has to be supervised by a lecturer or a panel of lecturers from the IMK/UniMAP. Co-supervisors may also be appointed from a local/international higher institutions or related industry.

Research students may be required to attend lectures related to their research fields. The subjects to be taken shall be determined by the respective supervisors. As part of their training, students are required to participate in seminars and conferences, write technical reports or papers for publications in proceedings or journals.

Assessment for research students is done by means of each semester progress reports, first assessment reports and thesis examination (viva-voce). At the end of each semester, all research students will have to submit their progress report to their supervisors by week 12 (Semester II). All MSc students must undergo the first assessment by presenting their research proposal.

Mode of Study

Master of Science (Research)

Full Time

1-3 years

Part Time (for Malaysian only)

2-5 years


Learning Outcomes For Master of Science (Engineering Mathematics)

Following are the Learing Outcomes(LO) for Master of Science (Engineering Mathematics) by MQA starndards:

LO1: Demonstrating knwoledge in engineering mathematics and have the ability to develop or use them in new situations or in the context of multidisciplinary.

LO2: Analyzing and evaluating critically the problems in the field of engineering mathematics especially situations with lack of information and provide solutions through the use of appropiate thechniques.

LO3: Evaluating the existing information and the research data and use it in related fields of engineering.

LO4: Designing and implementing the professional research , ethical and accountability.

LO5: Reporting technical discoveries in the form of verbal or writing.

LO6: Recognizing the needs to continue professional development in engineering mathematics.


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