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  • Centre for Graduate Studies Universiti Teknologi PETRONAS

    32610 Seri Iskandar Perak Darul Ridzuan

    2019

  • ©UNIVERSITI TEKNOLOGI PETRONAS, 2019 First Printing 2018

    Second Printing 2018 Second Edition 2019

    All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, including photocopying and recording, without the written permission of the copyright holder, application for which should be addressed to Universiti Teknologi PETRONAS. Such written permission must also be obtained before any part of this

    publication is stored in a retrieval system of any nature.

    Centre for Graduate Studies Universiti Teknologi PETRONAS

    32610 Seri Iskandar Perak Darul Ridzuan

    Tel: 05-368 8000/8585/8197/8190/8191 8258/8193/8194/8198/8255/8189/8687/8257

  • CONTENT

    CHAPTER I GENERAL INFORMATION 1.0 Introduction 1 2.0 University

    2.1 Vision 1 2.2 Mission 1 2.3 University Logo 1

    3.0 Centre for Graduate Studies 2 3.1 Organization Chart 2

    4.0 University Academic Committee 2 4.1 Senate 2 4.2 University Academic Committee 3 4.3 University Examination Committee 3 4.4 Academic Appeal Committee 3 4.5 Academic Discipline Committee 3

    5.0 Definition 3 5.1 Vice Chancellor 3 5.2 Registrar 4 5.3 Deputy Vice Chancellor, Academic 4 5.4 Deputy Vice Chancellor, Research and Innovation 4 5.5 Deputy Vice Chancellor, Student Affairs and Alumni 5.6 Dean 4 5.7 Chair of Department 4 5.8 Senior Manager for Central of Graduate Studies 4 5.9 Lecturer 4 5.10 Tutor 4 5.11 Laboratory Demonstrator 4 5.12 Student 4

    CHAPTER II ACADEMIC GUIDE 1.0 Academic 5

    1.1 Academic Terms 5 1.2 Modes of Delivery 6 1.3 Final Assessment 7

    2.0 Academic Performance 8 2.1 Academic Misconduct 8 2.2 Satisfactory Performance 8 2.3 Appeals for Reinstatement 9

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    3.0 Academic Administration 9 3.1 Change of Programme, Change of Study Mode and Deferment of Studies 9 3.2 Semester Registration 9 3.3 Add/Drop/Withdrawal of Courses 10 3.4 Appeal for Reinstatement/Readmission 10 3.5 Suspension Period 11 3.6 Attendance 11 3.7 Visa Application & Renewal 11 3.8 Student Clearance 11 3.9 Final Transcript and Degree 11

    4.0 Academic Graduation Requirements 11 4.1 Research Methodology Courses 11 4.2 Publication Requirement (Research Mode Only) 15 4.3 Pre-Requisite Course 16 4.4 Fees Policy 16

    CHAPTER III RESEARCH PROGRAMME 1.0 List of Programmes 19

    1.1 Master by Research 19 1.2 PhD by Research 19

    2.0 Candidacy Period 19 2.1 Extension of Candidacy 20 2.2 Graduate On Time 20

    3.0 Course Registration 20 4.0 Supervision 20

    4.1 Appointment of Supervisor 20 4.2 Roles and Responsibility Supervisors and Students 21

    5.0 Postgraduate Assessment and Progress Monitoring 24 5.1 Research Proposal Defense (RPD) 25 5.2 Biannual Postgraduate Conference (BAPC) 27 5.3 Research Completion Seminar (RCS) 29 5.4 Viva Voce Examination 30

    6.0 Upgrading Master to PhD 34 6.1 Eligibility 34 6.2 Application Process 34 6.3 Members for The Upgrading Panel of Assessors 34 6.4 Written Submission 34 6.5 Oral Presentation 34 6.6 Evaluation 34 6.7 Panel of Evaluation 35

    7.0 Financial Assistance 35 7.1 Graduate Assistantship Scheme (GA) 35 7.2 Graduate Research Assistance Scheme (GRA) 39

    8.0 Plagiarism 43 8.1 Quality and Integrity of The Thesis/Dissertation 43 8.2 Plagiarism 44

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    CHAPTER IV COURSEWORK PROGRAMME 1.0 Introduction 45

    1.1 List of Programmes 45 1.2 Programme Duration 45

    2.0 The Duration of Candidacy for MSc 45 2.1 Project & Dissertation 45 2.2 Graduation Requirements 45 3.0 Master of Business Administration in Energy Management 46 3.1 Introduction 46

    3.2 Programme Objectives 46 3.3 Programme Outcomes 46 3.4 Programme Curriculum Structure 47 3.5 Specialization Modules 47 3.6 Enrolment Modes 47 3.7 Graduation Requirement 47 3.8 Business Core Modules 48 3.9 Energy Management Specialization Modules 52 3.10 Management Consultancy Project (MBA Capstone Project) 54

    4.0 Master of Science in Asset Management & Maintenance 55 4.1 Introduction 55 4.2 Programme Objectives 55 4.3 Programme Outcomes 55 4.4 Programme Curriculum Structure 55 4.5 Core Modules 56 4.6 Technical Electives 58 4.7 Management Elective Course 59 4.8 University Requirement 61 4.9 Dissertation Project 61

    5.0 Master of Science in Drilling Engineering 61 5.1 Introduction 61 5.2 Programme Objectives 62 5.3 Programme Outcomes 62 5.4 Programme Duration 62 5.5 Programme Curriculum Structure 63 5.6 Enrolment Mode 63 5.7 Graduation Requirements 63 5.8 Core Modules 64 5.9 National Requirement 68 5.10 Individual Project 68

    6.0 Master of Science in Electronics Systems Engineering 69 6.1 Introduction 69 6.2 Programme Objectives 69 6.3 Programme Outcomes 70 6.4 Programme Curriculum Structure 70 6.5 Core Modules 71 6.6 Technical Electives 72 6.7 Management Elective Course 75 6.8 University Requirement 76 6.9 Dissertation Project 77

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    7.0 Master of Science in Offshore Engineering 77 7.1 Introduction 77 7.2 Programme Objectives 77 7.3 Programme Outcomes 78 7.4 Programme Duration 78 7.5 Programme Curriculum Structure 78 7.6 Core Modules 80 7.7 Technical Electives 82 7.8 University Requirement 85 7.9 Dissertation Project 86

    8.0 Master of Science in Petroleum Engineering 87 8.1 Introduction 87 8.2 Programme Objectives 87 8.3 Programme Outcomes 87 8.4 Programme Curriculum Structure 87 8.5 Core Modules 89 8.6 Management Elective Course 93 8.7 University Requirement 95 8.8 Dissertation Project 95

    9.0 Master of Science In Petroleum Geosciences 96 9.1 Introduction 96 9.2 Programme Objectives 96 9.3 Programme Outcomes 96 9.4 Programme Curriculum Structure 97 9.5 Core Modules 98 9.6 Management Elective Course 103 9.7 University Requirement 103 9.8 Dissertation Project 104

    10.0 Master of Science in Process Integration 104 10.1 Introduction 104 10.2 Programme Objectives 105 10.3 Programme Outcomes 105 10.4 Programme Curriculum Structure 105 10.5 Core Modules 106 10.6 Technical Electives 108 10.7 Management Elective Course 112 10.8 University Requirement 113 10.9 Dissertation Project 114

    11.0 Master of Science in Process Safety 114 11.1 Introduction 114 11.2 Programme Objectives 114 11.3 Programme Outcomes 114 11.4 Programme Curriculum Structure 115 11.5 Core Modules 116 11.6 Electives Modules 119 11.7 Management Elective Course 122

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    CHAPTER V STUDENT AFFAIRS 1.0 Health, Safety And Environment 125 2.0 Facilities 125 2.1 Facilities And Services 125 3.0 International Students 126 4.0 Counseling 126 4.1 Counseling Services 126 5.0 Co-Curricullum Activities 126 5.1 Sports And Recreation 126 6.0 Postgraduate Student Council (PGSC) 126 6.1 Vision 126 6.2 Mission 127 7.0 Student Disciplinary Rules And Regulations 127

    Appendix 129

  • 1 GENERAL INTRODUCTION

    1.0 INTRODUCTION Universiti Teknologi PETRONAS (UTP) was established on January 10, 1997 when PETRONAS was invited by the Malaysian Government to set up a university.

    The university was formerly known as The Institute of Technology PETRONAS (ITP) and was a wholly-owned subsidiary of PETRONAS. It was registered with the Ministry of Education on April 26, 1995 and obtained approval under the “Essential Higher Education Institute Regulation 1996”. ITP began operations at PETRONAS Management Training Sdn. Bhd. (PERMATA), Kajang, Selangor on July 3, 1995. On July 26, 1995, ITP was registered as a private limited company and transferred its operations to Bandar Seri Iskandar, Perak Darul Ridzuan on July 1, 1996.

    2.0 UNIVERSITY

    2.1 Vision A Leader in Technology Education and Centre for Creativity and Innovation

    2.2 Mission 1. UTP is an institute of higher learning. We provide opportunities to pursuit of knowledge

    and expertise for the advancement of engineering, science and technology to enhance the nation’s competitiveness.

    2. Our objective is to produce well-rounded graduates who are creative and innovative with the potential to become leaders of industry and the nation.

    3. Our aim is to nurture creativity and innovativeness and expand the frontiers of technology and education for the betterment of society.

    2.3 University Logo

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    1. Relates to the concept of renaissance, birth and nurturing of the mind for national advancement of the highest order.

    2. Simulates the bloom of a floral bud while injecting a graphic outline of the PETRONAS Twin Towers.

    3. Reflects the beginning of a journey towards new standards in higher education. 4. Gold to donate light, and deep pastel blue to signify peace and tranquility.

    3.0 CENTRE FOR GRADUATE STUDIES

    3.1 Organisation Chart

    Figure 1: Organisation Chart of Centre for Graduate Studies

    • General email: [email protected]

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