A Malaysian Outcome-based Engineering Education Model

@inproceedings{Aziz2006AMO,
  title={A Malaysian Outcome-based Engineering Education Model},
  author={Azrilah Abdul Aziz and Megat Johari Megat Mohd Noor and Abang Abdullah Abang Ali and Mohd Saifullizam Jaafar},
  year={2006}
}
Malaysia is currently a provisional member of the Washington Accord and the Engineering Accreditation Council (EAC) in the country is shifting its paradigm to an outcome-based approach instead of being prescriptive in the assessment. Although the EAC’s 1999 published manual listed the generic attributes for graduates, little effort was made to ensure engineering schools appreciate and implement it. The prescriptive mode of evaluation continued until recently where engineering schools are… CONTINUE READING

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