Master of Forensic Engineering

The aims of the Master of Forensic Engineering program are to integrate and generate advanced knowledge in the specific fields of Forensic Engineering in professional practices. We combine four main areas which relate to the failure of structural and construction in civil, electrical, mechanical, and chemical engineering.  Students will be assisted to locate the cause or causes of failure with a view to improve the performance or life of a component or to assist a court in determining the facts of an accident.

This program is available in Taught Course mode and also in ODL (Open Distance Learning) mode.

For further details, please contact our Program Coordinator, Dr. Khairul Hazman Padil (, 6013 6182812) or please refer to our Facebook Page, Master of Forensic Engineering – Online Distance Learning.

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