BACHELOR COURSES
MATHEMATICS SUBJECTS OFFERED FOR ENGINEERING PROGRAMME
NO. 
SUBJECT 
SEMESTER OFFERED 
SYNOPSIS 
1 
EQT101/SMQ10103/QMQ10103 ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS I 
1 & 2 
This course introduces the fundamental principles and concepts in algebra and calculus which are essential tools in engineering. The topics discussed in algebra are the basics of complex numbers, matrices and vectors. In the calculus topic, several techniques will be introduced to solve the differentiation and integration for single variables. At the end study, the topic of partial derivative will be discussed. 
2 
EQT102/SMQ10203/QMQ10203 ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS II 
1 & 2 
In this course, students will be exposed to differential equations. Number of analytical methods will be introduced for solving the first and second order ordinary differential equations and also partial differential equations. Theory of Laplace transforms and its applications on solving ordinary differential equation will be taught. Fourier series of periodic function will be covered. 
3 
EQT203/SMQ20303 ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS III 
1 & 2 
This course generally introduces the concepts of vector calculus, the fundamental theorems of vector calculus, and numerical methods. The topics discuss the concept of differentiation and integration in vector calculus, the line, surface, and volume integrals as well as the Green, Gauss, and Stokes theorems. In the numerical methods chapter, several numerical methods will be discussed to solve nonlinear equations, interpolation, differentiation, integration, ordinary differential equations, and partial differential equations. 
4 
EQT271/SMQ27103 ENGINEERING STATISTICS 
1 & 2 
This course introduces the fundamental principles and techniques of statistics, focusing on data analysis, interpretation, and probability. Students will learn the statistical methods necessary to understand and work with data effectively. The course emphasizes how statistical ideas, concepts, techniques, and probability can be applied in realworld scenarios. 
5 
EQT221/SMQ22103 DISCRETE MATHEMATICS & LINEAR ALGEBRA 
1 
This course introduces the definition and concepts in discrete mathematics and linear algebra which is an essential tool in almost all subareas of computer science and communication systems. The topics discuss includes sets and functions, logic, theory number and cryptography, matrices and linear transformation, vector spaces and inner product spaces. 
6 
EQT272/SMQ27203 
2 
This course provides an elementary introduction to probability and statistics with applications. Topics include probability theorem, random variables, probability distribution, statistical inference which is including estimation and hypothesis testing and finally the regression concept. 
MATHEMATICS SUBJECTS OFFERED FOR ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY PROGRAMME
NO. 
SUBJECT 
SEMESTER OFFERED 
SYNOPSIS 
1 
PQT111/SMQ11103/QMQ11103 MATHEMATICS FOR ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY I

1 
This course introduces the fundamental principles and concepts in algebra, calculus and statistics which are the essential tools in engineering technology. The topics discussed in algebra are the basics of complex numbers, matrices and vectors. In the calculus topic, several techniques will be introduced to solve the differentiation and integration. Regression and correlation techniques will be introduced in statistics topic, for investigating the relationship between two variables. 
2 
PQT112/SMQ11203 MATHEMATICS FOR ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY II

2 
This course will introduce the concepts of ordinary differential equations. The topics that will be discussed in this course are the methods in solving the differential equations including first and second order differential equations and its applications. Next, the course will introduce to the Laplace transform method to solve differential equations and at the end of topic, Fourier Series expansion of a function will be discussed to the students 
3 
PQT213/SMQ21303 MATHEMATICS FOR ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY III

1 
This course will focus on understanding the concept of partial derivatives, vector calculus, and numerical methods. Students will be exposed to an introduction to fundamental theorems in vector calculus. At the end of the study, the topic of numerical methos will be discussed, which will introduce students to a variety of techniques for solving mathematical problems. 
4 
PQT274/SMQ27303 STATISTICS FOR ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY 
2 
This course begins with descriptive statistics, basic probability concepts, discrete and continuous probability distributions. Inferential methods using estimation and hypothesis test for single population and comparing two populations parameter. Lastly, analysis of variance (ANOVA) to compare more than two populations and linear regression to model relationship between two quantitative variables. 