The Master’s programmes in Engineering are full-time programmes, which can also be part-time in order to facilitate advanced studies and continuing education for practicing engineers. If it deems necessary to reinforce and /or supplement the engineering background of a master’s student, the relevant department could ask the student to attend certain undergraduate courses as prerequisite, special-requirement and/or audit courses.
The interdisciplinary approach to engineering education will not only allow the graduates to solve industrial and human problems; it will also enable them to bring about and manage changes in conformity with the worldview based on the principles of Islam.
Students must have:
- A relevant bachelor’s degree with good grades from IIUM or any other institutes of higher learning recognized by the IIUM Senate in the relevant area or
- Any other certificates that are recognized as equivalent to a bachelor’s degree and relevant professional experience that is recognized by the Senate in the relevant area.
Applicants must present:
- A score of 550 in the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) or
- 6.0 points in the test administered by the International English Language Testing Service (IELTS).
Alternatively, they may sit for the IIUM-administered English Placement Test (EPT) and obtain a minimum of 6.0 points to fulfill the English language requirement.Courses