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Is the Manufacturing Systems for you?

Among industrial giants of the globe Brunei’s manufacturing sector is a tiny drop in an ocean of factories and assembly lines. However, this course is not just about engineering large automated machinery but emphasises will be given to the creation of new entrepreneurs those can lead the country into a new era of manufacturing by introducing new manufacturing techniques unique to Brunei Darussalam's and the wider region's needs and necessities by efficiently utilizing their resources and manpower.

Manufacturing Systems Engineers that FIT intends to produce will involve in the design and manufacturing of products, the design of manufacturing systems; materials and manufacturing processes, and the management of production processes and resources.

The graduates of the MSE program at UBD will have:

  • An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering
  • An ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data
  • An ability to design and manage effective systems, processes, and environments for contemporary manufacturing enterprises.
  • An ability to function productively on multicultural and multidisciplinary teams
  • An ability to identify, formulate, and solve manufacturing systems engineering problems
  • An ability to understand, practice, and nurture professional and ethical responsibilities
  • An ability to communicate effectively in both the written and spoken modes
  • The intellectual and educational breadth necessary for understanding the impact of manufacturing systems engineering solutions in a global and societal context
  • A recognition of the need for professional currency, and an ability to engage in perpetual learning
  • A knowledge of contemporary issues in society, as well as those of the profession
  • An ability to use the contemporary techniques, skills, and tools necessary for effective manufacturing systems engineering practice.
  • An understanding of the behavior and properties of materials as they are altered and influenced by processing in manufacturing.
  • An understanding of the design of products, and the equipment, tooling and environment necessary for their manufacture.
  • An understanding of the creation of competitive advantage through effective management of contemporary manufacturing enterprises.
  • An ability to apply advanced methods to the analysis, synthesis, optimization and control of manufacturing systems.
  • An ability to measure manufacturing process variables and draw credible technical inferences.

Which is a very broad spectrum of skills?