Available courses

The aims of the Pearson LCCI Level 3 Certificate in Advanced Business Calculations (VRQ) are to enable candidates to develop a broad knowledge and understanding of advanced business calculations in relation to simple and compound interest, stock exchanges, business ownership, profitability and liquidity, investment appraisal, bankruptcy, depreciation of business assets and index numbers, the ability to apply this knowledge and understanding in a business situation and a knowledge and understanding of related terminology. This qualification is intended for students who have already passed the LCCI IQ Business Calculations Level 2 or equivalent. It is specifically designed for persons intending to perform a range of advanced business calculations within a business environment. Taken with other LCCI IQ business courses, it provides a suitable preparation for candidates intending to work at an advanced level in a business environment. The qualification is also suitable for the student with a general interest in the subject.

This qualification is for students who work in or want to work in business and research environments. This qualification is appropriate for students aiming for a career in business and finance where they will be sourcing and analysing business related data. A review of the qualification requirements at this level identified the main content areas. This qualification therefore includes content on basic concepts of statistical problem solving in real-life situations, statistical methods and concepts, probability, and an awareness of the potential and limitations of data and methods.

The Pearson LCCI Level 3 Certificate in Cost and Management Accounting meets the following purpose: The qualification builds on the Pearson LCCI Level 2 Certificate in Cost Accounting qualification to give students a detailed insight into the Cost and Management Accounting principles and techniques they are likely to encounter in their working lives. The qualification at level 3 has a practical focus with students applying knowledge to various scenario-based situations. The inclusion of much more detailed Management Accounting techniques allows students to gain a greater breadth and depth of knowledge in this area, opening their progression opportunities to a wider field of specialism.

The Pearson LCCI Level 3 Certificate in Accounting (VRQ) gives students an overview of the fundamental accounting principles and concepts that underlie all financial accounting.

The primary aim of this program is to expose the student’s technical and interpersonal skills in measuring customer’s behavior. Hence, finding a way to deal with customers expectation and provide a solution for quality purpose. 

The primary objective aims to provide the students with the knowledge base of aspiring to be a culinary professional and provide a solid foundation for a rewarding cookery career. The students will be able to develop and prepare cost effective menus, identify various cooking techniques and methods involving   food preparation and use proper equipment and tools in a commercial kitchen.


The aim is to fully explore the essential relationship between HRM policies, practices and issues within their legal context. The student will be able to identify the process required in hiring the suitable candidate for the hotel industry, obey the HR policies and procedures according to the legal compliance in Malaysia and demonstrate the HR roles effectively in an organization


The primary objective is to help to prepare students to meet the challenges associated with the housekeeping department. Furthermore, students will be able to identify the importance of housekeeping management and its facilities in the direction towards the description cited.


The primary objective aims to help students to meet the challenges associated with Hospitality Information Systems within the hospitality industry. The students will be able to identify the types of computer software and the integration communication inside the hospitality industry, demonstrate the mix of computer development through web and catering the right software for the hotel development and explain the purpose of information management as it pertains to the hospitality industry and how systems are selected. 



The aim is to create students with good interpersonal skills and technical practice in order to achieve the right method to cook and prepare a cuisine.

This course provides an overview of the information need of lodging properties and food service establishments; addresses essential aspects of computer systems, such as hardware, software and generic applications; focus on computer-based property management systems for both front office and back office functions; examines features of computerized restaurant management systems; describes hotel sales computer applications, revenue management strategies, and accounting application; addresses the selection and implementation of computer systems; focus on managing information systems; and examines the impact of the Internet and private intranets on the hospitality industry.

This module introduces the fundamentals of travel between locations; the way in which the world climate affects travel; climate as a key factor impacting on attractions, access, and activities and therefore the distribution of tourism; cartography, which is essential for understanding the planning and analysis of tourism destinations; and the manner in which physical and cultural features may be utilized as tourism resources.


This module aims to introduce students to the principle of airlines and ticketing and also develop their skills and understanding of the ticketing reservation system. The students will be able to describe IATA terms, codes and definitions. The students also will be able to analyze the fare types, interpret air travel documentation as well as perform reservation procedure using the ABACUS reservation system. 

The syllabus of this course will develop students’ ability to apply the usage of English for Business purposes, emphasizing on the basic conventions of business correspondence, analyzing and interpreting business literature and graphical data, extracting and summarizing information based on business activities.

It aims to enhance students’ reading skills to read business related materials and to extract relevant information, expose students to the interpretation of graphical data, present the different formats and conventions in writing business correspondence and to expose students to effective oral presentation. 

Mata pelajaran ini disediakan untuk membekalkan pelajar-pelajar dengan ilmu pengetahuan mengenai sejarah Malaysia daripada zaman Kerajaan Melayu Tradisional dan zaman penjajahan sehinggalah zaman perjuangan kemerdekaan. Pelajar-pelajar juga akan didedahkan kepada sistem dan struktur pentadbiran Malaysia, keadaan politik negara, peruntukan Perlembagaan, dan rakyat Malaysia yang terdiri daripada berbilang kaum, yang kesemuanya membawa kepada pelaksanaan dasar-dasar negara Malaysia. 

Mata pelajaran ini untuk melahirkan pelajar yang setia dan cinta kepada negara, berwawasan, bangga sebagai rakyat Malaysia, mampu menghadapi cabaran kearah mencapai kesejahteraan hidup serta dapat menghayati peranan Malaysia di arena antarabangsa.


Mata pelajaran Pengajian Malaysia disediakan untuk melahirkan warganegara yang setia pada negara, cinta akan tanah air, berwawasan, bangga sebagai rakyat Malaysia, boleh menghadapi cabaran ke arah kesejahteraan hidup dan dapat memperkenalkan Malaysia di arena antarabangsa

This course will focus on organisation and development of ideas to develop fluency, accuracy, and maturity in academic writing. A discussion of basic research skills is included.

 This course will also incorporate editing skills and a basic grammar review. A variety of common rhetorical modes will be analysed: Narrative, descriptive and argumentative essays.


This module is on an introduction to the practice of statistics and statistical concepts will emphasize the benefits of quantitative skills in business planning and controlling, interpreting management information and solving business problems. Students will learn how to obtain information from raw data and apply techniques to organize and display data in tables and graphs that are informative about trends, variability, average values and dependence of one variable upon another. The module also introduces the basic elements of inferential statistics. With these rationales in view, the syllabus is developed.

The objective of this module is to:

1. Develop an understanding of the basic principles underlying the recording of business transactions.

2. Develop students’ ability to prepare and interpret accounts for sole-traders, partnerships, non-trading organizations & limited companies.

The objective of this module is to:

1. Develop students’ with a broad knowledge and understanding of standard business calculations in relation to simple and compound interest, wages and commission, buying and selling, insurance, foreign currencies, hire purchase, partnerships and averages.

2. Develop students’ ability to apply this ‘knowledge and understanding’ in business situations.

3. Develop students’ a knowledge and understanding of related terminology.

The objective of this module is to enable students to develop:

1. Understanding of how financial transaction data may be processed to provide cost accounting data.

2. Understanding of how cost accounting information can be used for the purposes of planning and control within business organisations.

3. Apply this understanding of planning and control in a variety of business settings

The syllabus covers the study of cost control systems as they apply to restaurants, hotels and other food service operations. This includes experience in preparation of financial and control related reports.


The syllabus covers computerized systems that facilitate the management of properties, personal property, and equipment, including maintenance, legalities, and personnel all through a single piece of software.

The syllabus covers the important aspect of food hygiene, which refers to the many practices needed to safeguard the quality of food from production to consumption.

The primary objective is to create and maintain hygienic and healthy conditions for the production and consumption of the food that we eat. The overall purpose of food hygiene is to prepare and provide safe food and consequently contribute to a healthy and productive society. Thus, ensuring proper practice in the food trade is to prevent the sale of food that is offensive or defective in value and quality.

This unit provides an understanding of a framework to identify, analyze and control ethical issues in business decision making.


The aim of this module is to introduce the student to the principles and objectives of customer service with a focus on business and services operations, such as sports and leisure and hospitality and catering.


This module gives the students an understanding of the heritage management, its relationships with the tourism sector, as well as conserving and sustaining the heritage from organisational level.

This module prepares the students in managing above-and below-the-line film or video production costs. Emphasizes on the analysis of scripts and treatments to determine production costs, crewing requirements, the location needs equipment rentals, and associated production costs.

It will provide the students to enter the workplace with a professional level of competence and knowledge of the tools necessary to be successful in film production.

This course aims to enable the students to:

  1. Understand the pricing and cost for various production services.
  2. Demonstrate the ability to itemize production details and access industry resources to research production needs.
  3. Show how various production elements can be incorporated into a schedule.
  4. Understand the resources needed to support a film/television production.


The syllabus covers an introduction of basic knowledge on building structures, their component mechanical, electrical and plumbing systems and related staff and service functions as they affect operations, expenditures, and resources of the property.

At the end of this course, the student will be able to:-

  1. Recognize different types of facilities management in the hospitality industry.
  2. Explain the green management practice which contributes to the overall sustainability of hotel operation.
  3. Identify the roles of maintenance department and its importance to the hotel operation expenditures, and resources of the property.

The modules cover the systems analysis, design, implementation and maintenance stages, the practical skills in the identification and definition of user problems and needs as well as relevant information technological, techniques and tools.

The objectives of this subject are to:

  1. Develop the students’ understanding of the concept of Information Technology and its role in an organization.
  2. Allow the students to be familiar with and be able to handle common business applications of software packages.
  3. Expose students to use and apply current technical concepts and practices in the core information technologies.

The purpose of this course is to acquire an in-depth knowledge about the transport management and to become familiar with the techniques and approaches for successful management of tourist transport business.

Upon completion of this unit, students should be able to:

  1. Acquire an updated knowledge on tourism transportation
  2. Discuss how to analyze the influence of transport on tourism development.
  3. Examine the demand characteristics of various transport modes utilized in the tourism industry.
  4. Assess and outline the different characteristics of land, air and sea modes.

This module emphasises on the artistic creation of sets and location designs for film, television and video projects. 

After completing the module the student should be able to:-

  1. Understand the importance of art direction and production design in film-making.
  2. Conceptualise the artistic requirement of films.
  3. Apply the knowledge in production design in the real world of film-making.

The syllabus covers an overall view of food & beverage control hence develops standard under the food production principle, planning, design, menu and marketing. Thus, it will look into the quality and methods of hospitality industry progression.

The primary objective aims to help students to meet the challenges associated with the food and beverage industry. Students will gain a basic understanding of the food and beverage industry by analyzing the industry’s growth and development and reviewing its organizational structure.

This module seeks to introduce students to the core concepts of marketing with particular reference to the role and function of marketing in resort and recreation management. Students will also be exposed to the relationship of marketing to organisational management in the resort and recreation industry.

  • To introduce students to marketing concepts with an understanding and knowledge of the functions and role of marketing in hospitality & tourism industry and its relationship to organisational management.
  • To enable students to understand the marketing management process and analyse market structure and buying behaviour of hospitality and tourism industry.
  • To expose students to the product, pricing, distribution and promotion decisions.


The syllabus covers the industry in a broad category that includes food service, lodging and hotel management skills required within the industry.

The primary aims to create students with interpersonal skills to lead/manage in a hospitality work background. Students may able to identify which area they are exceptionally skillful.


Develops students' ability to apply the usage of English for hospitality purposes, emphasizing on the basic communication in the hospitality industry, analyzing and interpreting graphical data, extracting and summarizing information based on hotel activities.

The objectives are to enhance students' reading skills in regards of hospitality related materials and to extract relevant information in different formats and conventions.



Develops students' ability to apply the usage of English for business purposes, emphasizing on the basic conventions of business correspondence, analyzing and interpreting business literature and graphical data, extracting and summarizing information based on business activities.The objectives are to:

  1. Enhance students' reading skills to read tourism business related materials and to extract relevant information
  2. Present the different formats and conventions in writing tourism business correspondence
  3. Expose students to effective oral presentation

This unit provide an understanding of travel agencies and tour operators, how to establish, manage and market travel services; legal structures, management functions and office procedures are covered in the course.


This course is an introduction to human communication function. It will focus on the theory and fundamental concepts of human communication including intrapersonal, interpersonal & group communication.

This module will review the evolution of human communication, function and practice of human communication.

This course aims to give students an understanding of how to solve business problems by finding information, presenting ideas and evaluating business solutions. Besides, this also provides knowledge of e-business in the hospitality industry, the benefits, impacts, and barriers to the development of e-business within hospitality businesses. The students will be able to perform the use of spreadsheet models and tools to support, present and evaluate business solutions, explain the e-business, its benefits and its impacts in the hospitality industry as well as identify the barriers to the development of e-business within hospitality businesses.

 

The module develops the communication skills and specialist English language knowledge of media students and professionals, enabling them to work more confidently and effectively. Covering a range of media-related fields including newspapers, television, radio and marketing, the eight standalone units enable students to concentrate on the areas that are most relevant to them. Also, develops job-specific skills such as writing headlines, producing advertisements, scheduling programmes and preparing a pitch. Authentic teaching materials such as newspaper articles, adapted film scripts and blogs help prepare learners for real working life.

The primary objective of this course is to the sociological study of society. Sociology focuses on the systematic understanding of social interaction, social organization, social institutions, and social change. Major themes in sociological thinking include the interplay between the individual and society, how society is both stable and changing, the causes and consequences of social inequality, and the social construction of human life. Understanding sociology helps discover and explain social patterns and see how such patterns change over time and in different settings. By making vivid the social basis of everyday life, sociology also develops critical thinking by revealing the social structures and processes that shape diverse forms of human life.

This course is designed to equip students to become effective public speakers/ presenters. It is designed to provide both theory and the opportunity for understanding and improving communication skills in public and professional speaking situations.

This course is designed to embrace the history of books and printing, the basics of preparing a manuscript for publication; including the philosophy and discipline of publishing, marketing and selling, bookkeeping and new developments in digital publishing. This course provides students constant companion and valuable guide as they embark on the adventure of becoming a publisher.

The syllabus covers the fundamental theories and practices in cross cultural management, including cultural integration, negotiation and decision making across cultures, as well as the staffing development in multi cultural workplace.


This course aims to explore the various “new media” and technologies in Web 2.0 such as blog, podcast, social networking sites, online media room, and etc. Transformational changes in conventional media will also be emphasised throughout the course.


The module aims to provide students knowledge and skills to manage the functional cooperation between organisation and mass media, and for efficient organisational publicity.


This is practical unit, which introduces students to the key elements   of screen production such as mise-en-scene, montage, composition and narrative structure. Students will gain introductory experiences in areas such as editing, camera, lighting, sound, producing and directing. Students will also be introduced to scriptwriting conventions and techniques and will be required to develop individual scripts for a short video production.

This course will focus on developing students' ability to communicate in business and management situations. Emphasis will be given to the honing of critical thinking and analytical skills, writing reports, making effective presentations, participating in meetings and attending job interview skills.


Students will learn the history on Computing, Generations of Computers, and the different parts of a computer such as protecting data and ways to prevent unauthorized access, ethical and Social Issues of Information Technology.The course will also incorporate keyboard skills, introduction to the major software applications required for undergraduate study including word processors, spread sheets and databases.


Students are introduced to the history, processes, structures and technological development of the broadcast and print media, the Internet, and related industries of advertising and public relations. They will also better understand the local media industry, and the roles of various regulatory bodies in Malaysia. Key theoretical approaches are introduced to help students to think critically about the place of the media within society.

This course is an introduction to the business organisation.  It will expose student to the world of business and its environment. This course also look at issues related to  trademark and patenting, business financing, commercial crime and Islamic financial system. 

The aim of this module is to provide students with the understanding on the basic economic systems, the various forms of business organization, how company is incorporated, the setup of a business.The student should be able to understand the different functions of an organisation: marketing, productions, finance, information technology and personnel, and hence be able to formulate a strategic plan as to how an organisations can move forward.


Mata pelajaran ini disediakan untuk membekalkan pelajar-pelajar dengan ilmu pengetahuan mengenai sejarah Malaysia daripada zaman Kerajaan Melayu Tradisional dan zaman penjajahan sehinggalah zaman perjuangan kemerdekaan. Pelajar-pelajar juga akan didedahkan kepada sistem dan struktur pentadbiran Malaysia, keadaan politik negara, peruntukan Perlembagaan, dan rakyat Malaysia yang terdiri daripada berbilang kaum, yang kesemuanya membawa kepada pelaksanaan dasar-dasar negara Malaysia. 

Mata pelajaran ini untuk melahirkan pelajar yang setia dan cinta kepada negara, berwawasan, bangga sebagai rakyat Malaysia, mampu menghadapi cabaran kearah mencapai kesejahteraan hidup serta dapat menghayati peranan Malaysia di arena antarabangsa.



This unit covers the concept of strategic planning. Students will benefit from the environmental analysis, strategic planning process and models, as well as implementation and monitoring of strategies. The course aims to expose students to achieve the ability to develop a conceptual framework for strategic planning, analyse the complex strategic issues and formulate appropriate strategies for effective implementation.


This course is designed to help students develop outstanding customer service skills in a company setting serving clients/customers.  Students will learn how to interact with customers (communicating in person), resolve conflicts, maintain records, understand the importance of customer satisfaction/retention, actively participate as a member of a team, and develop time management skills.


Mata pelajaran Pengajian Malaysia disediakan untuk melahirkan warganegara yang setia pada negara, cinta akan tanah air, berwawasan, bangga sebagai rakyat Malaysia, boleh menghadapi cabaran ke arah kesejahteraan hidup dan dapat memperkenalkan Malaysia di arena antarabangsa.

The purpose of this course is to acquire an in depth knowledge about the specialized field of "event management" and to become familiar with management techniques and strategies required for successful planning, promotion, implementation and evaluation of special events.

This module introduces the student to the concepts of accounting. It considers the main users of accounting information, the basic operations of double entry book-keeping, the application of year end adjustments and provisions and how these culminate in being able to prepare a trial balance.


Bahasa Kebangsaan A adalah disediakan untuk kegunaan pelajar warganegara Malaysia. Ia mengandungi aspek pembelajaran yang lebih mendalam terutamanya ketatabahasaan. Melalui pengajaran bahasa ini, lepasan-lepasan IPTS akan mampu menyampaikan bidang kemahiran yang dipelajarinya kepada orang lain dengan bahasa yang berkesan. Mata pelajaran Bahasa Kebangsaan A ini juga disediakan untuk membolehkan pelajar menguasai kecekapan berbahasa, setaraf dengan peringkat intelek mereka untuk berkomunikasi dengan berkesan bagi menghayati dan melahirkan fikiran tentang ilmu pengetahuan, hal-hal persendirian dan kemasyarakatan dalam konteks rasmi, kreatif dan bukan kreatif melalui lisan dan penulisan, serta memupuk daya pengembangan berbahasa pelajar bagi kepentingan pendidikan tinggi dan kerjaya.

The main aim of this module is to prepare students to be conversant with the terms and jargons used in communicating professionally. This unit aims to provide an introduction to English language techniques and usage which are widely applicable in business and commercial organizations. Emphasis will be placed on the application of the syllabus material to business and commercial communication skills.


To develop knowledge and understanding of the role of an employee in an effective, efficient, safe and secure business environment. This includes the coordination of work activities, the maintenance of an effective business system, working with people, personal effectiveness, and security issues within the workplace.

This course will focus on organisation and development of ideas to develop fluency, accuracy, and maturity in academic writing. A discussion of basic research skills is included. This course will also incorporate editing skills and a basic grammar review. A variety of common rhetorical modes will be analysed: Narrative, descriptive and argumentative essays.


This course focuses on the contact centre industry in both the Malaysian and global context. The current trends are highlighted to give students a better understanding towards the whole industry.

Students are also taught to interpret the current trends, to understand the fundamental abilities and strategies, and to be aware of the challenges and future prospects of the contact centre industry.


This course addresses the fundamental concepts and principles of marketing. The overview of marketing provided helps students place their knowledge in a framework to understand how each component contributes to the strength and utility of a marketing plan.  Students also learn how to identify the ways in which world events and cultural assumptions will influence marketing.

To study mathematical techniques and skills needed in business. The mathematics of personal finance and the applications of Maths in Business, so that we can be better make better decisions as a business and as a consumer.

This unit aims to provide an introduction to mathematical and statistical techniques which are widely applicable in business and commercial organizations. Emphasis will be placed on the application of the syllabus material to business and commercial data.


Development of note-taking and writing to produce effective business communications especially agenda and minutes of meetings. Skill development in practical applications which emphasizes the improvement of writing skills necessary for effective business communication.

The objective of this module is to ensure that the students are able to organise meetings and produce effective business documents appropriate to meet industry standards.

The syllabus of this course will expose student to the world of business and its environment. This course also looks at issues related to trademark and patenting, business financing, commercial crime and Islamic financial system.

It aims to provide students with the understanding on the business systems and the environment they operate in, the various forms of business organization, and the interaction of business and management.


The increasing globalisation of the market place affects all who are involved with business or who must make business decisions. Even those who are not directly involved in international business are affected in their domestic operations by international events and by the business activities of foreign entities. Therefore, it is imperative to be knowledgeable about the international business systems that this module would provide.

The objectives of this module are to introduce the concept of international business as a system and the theories which underlie it; institutions which are visual evidences of it; as well as the production, marketing, financial, legal and other subsystems which comprise the total system.

This subject provides an understanding of the entrepreneurial process covering stages such as identify and evaluate the opportunity, develop a business plan, determine the resources required and manage the enterprise. The topics will be delivered via a series of lectures, case studies and group discussions.

The objectives of this subject are:

  1. To introduce the role and nature of entrepreneurship as a mechanism for creating new ventures and affecting economic development.
  2. To discuss the entrepreneurial process.
  3. To identify characteristics and background of entrepreneurs.
  4. To provide an understanding of creativity and obtaining the right business area as well as the legal issues.
  5. To prepare the business plan: marketing, financial and organizational plans.
  6. To discuss alternative sources of capital.
  7. To present material related to establishing, developing and ending the venture as well as going public.

This module is designed to introduce students to cinemas of Malaysia & Asia, taking on brief discussions of the respective national history and the social and cultural issues that challenge them throughout the changing times. It will also give students grounding in some of the major analytical frameworks which have been applied to the study of these industries.


The syllabus covers the importance of the operations function in organizations; the analysis of the fundamental issues of facilities location, output planning, inventory control, scheduling, and quality control; as well as the quality and its impact in securing a strategic advantage for manufacturing and service entities.

The primary objective is to provide students with a thorough knowledge to examine the importance of the operations function in organizations. The students will know how to analyse the fundamental issues of facilities location, output planning, inventory control, scheduling, and quality control. The course also emphasises on the quality and its impact in securing a strategic advantage for manufacturing and service entities.


To study mathematical techniques, index numbers, descriptive statistics, probability and discrete probability distribution

The broad aim of this module is to give students an introduction to the practice of statistics and statistical concepts. The module will emphasize the benefits of quantitative skills in business planning and controlling, interpreting management information and solving business problems.

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The syllabus of this course will expose student to the world of business and its environment. This course also looks at issues related to trademark and patenting, business financing, commercial crime and Islamic financial system.

It aims to provide students with the understanding on the basic economic systems, the various forms of business organisation, how company is incorporated, and the setup of a business.


Human Resources are arguably the most important asset of any business. However in order to be effective, HRM policies must comply with existing legal constraints. The aim is to fully explore the essential relationship between HRM policies, practices and issues within their legal context.


The syllabus of this course will expose student to the Business Law. This course also looks at issues related to law of contract and Malaysia Court System. The primary objective is to provide students with a through knowledge and understanding of the process and structure, by which law is created, administered and changed. The course is also aimed at enhancing the ability of the student to analyze factual problem situation and apply the appropriate substantive legal rules and principles.

The modules will help students understand the basic/fundamental concept in Book keeping.It will also develop their understanding of the basic systems of recording from source document until preparing basic final accounts

The aim of this module is to introduce students to the principles of accounting, developing skills in recording, processing, communicating and interpreting relevant accounting data and financial statements.
Students will be introduced to the double-entry cycle, end-of-period adjustments and the preparation and interpretation of profit and loss accounts and balance sheet for profit and non-profit organizations.


The course exposes students on how various events are planned, developed, managed, implemented and evaluated within the event industry. It will train students to develop the knowledge and skills to develop, manage and sustain event businesses.

The objectives of this module are to:

1.        Provide an introduction to the principles of event management.

2.        Teach the planning, development, management, and implementation of various events.

3.        Give students an understanding on how to evaluate and research within the event industry.


The purpose of this class is to investigate social issues and problems facing our communities. As members of this Module, students will have the opportunity to discuss, research, and ponder significant issues that directly affect both our local and global communities.

The aim of the module is to first of all introduce the students to a Community Service Project that provides an opportunity for the students to develop a better understanding of the role civic activities have in society, to make a contribution to a community service or charity, and to learn and apply the principles of the numerous components of marketing management.



The module aims to develop students on the knowledge, skills and behaviors of how to achieve results by working in team at the workplace.The objectives are to:

  • Provide knowledge on how to achieve results via teamwork at the workplace.
  • Explain how to work as member of a team to achieve results.
  • Guide students to review the outcomes of team tasks.


Consumer behavior goes beyond the "act of buying" and presents a balanced and global perspective, grounded in the very latest research, probes the psyche of consumers around the world as it explores their diverse experiences with buying, having, and being. It studies the most current research, real-world examples, global coverage, and managerial applications.

This unit provides a study behaviour that consumer displays in searching for purchasing, using evaluation and disposing of products and services that they expect will satisfy their needs. It will enable students to :

1.    Understand the consumer behavior principles, its diversity, its development and latest evolution concept as the foundation for creating and keeping satisfied and profitable lifetime customers.

2.Apply behavioral concepts to the real- world business problems, to discuss consumer as an individual, to be concerned with the social and cultural dimensions and to explore various aspects of consumer decision makings.


Sukatan mata pelajaran Bahasa Kebangsaan  A untuk kegunaan Pelajar warganegara Malaysia mengandungi aspek    pembelajaran yang lebih mendalam terutamanya ketatabahasaan. Melalui pengajaran bahasa ini, lepasan-lepasan IPTS akan mampu menyampaikan bidang kemahiran yang dipelajarinya kepada orang lain dengan menggunakan bahasa secara lebih brkesan.

Mata pelajaran Bahasa Kebangsaan (A) ini disediakan untuk mempertingkatkan kecekapan berbahasa, sesuai dengan intelek pelajar untuk berkomunikasi dengan berkesan secara lisan dan tulisan dalam konteks rasmi, kreatif dan bukan kreatif.


This course is to provide a fundamental understanding of the principles, role and scope of accounting in relation to the recording of business transactions, as well as to provide an understanding of the role and the basic principles of financial statements.

The syllabus of this course will expose student to the world of business and its environment. This course also looks at issues related to trademark and patenting, business financing, commercial crime and Islamic financial system.

This course will be focus on developing students’ ability to communicate in business and management situations. Emphasis will be given to the honing of critical thinking and analytical skills, writing reports, making effective presentations, participating in meetings and attending job interview skills.

This course covers the goods market, Financial market, IS-LM model, labour market, AD-AS model, unemployment and inflation, and the open economy. The course aims to understand the basic theory of macroeconomics.


The syllabus of this course will develop students’ ability to apply the usage of English for Business purposes, emphasizing on the basic conventions of business correspondence, analyzing and interpreting business literature and graphical data, extracting and summarizing information based on business activities.

It aims to enhance students’ reading skills to read business related materials and to extract relevant information, expose students to the interpretation of graphical data, present the different formats and conventions in writing business correspondence and to expose students to effective oral presentation.

This module brings together the various elements of the Marketing Communications mix and views them from a theoretical, creative and managerial perspective.  Students will create, present and justify IMC campaigns, as well as to develop a critical understanding of IMC theory and how the various communications tools can be brought together to form an integrated communications planning process.

This course also aims to instil an appreciation of and limited ability to perform creative work e.g. in advertising; and to develop skills of planning, collaboration and implementation in IMC decision-making processes.



Mata pelajaran ini disediakan untuk membekalkan pelajar-pelajar dengan ilmu pengetahuan mengenai sejarah Malaysia daripada zaman Kerajaan Melayu Tradisional dan zaman penjajahan sehinggalah zaman perjuangan kemerdekaan. Pelajar-pelajar juga akan didedahkan kepada sistem dan struktur pentadbiran Malaysia, keadaan politik negara, peruntukan Perlembagaan, dan rakyat Malaysia yang terdiri daripada berbilang kaum, yang kesemuanya membawa kepada pelaksanaan dasar-dasar negara Malaysia.

Mata pelajaran ini untuk melahirkan pelajar yang setia dan cinta kepada negara, berwawasan, bangga sebagai rakyat Malaysia, mampu menghadapi cabaran kearah mencapai kesejahteraan hidup serta dapat menghayati peranan Malaysia di arena antarabangsa.


This course is to enrich students understanding on the science of an organisation, concept of perception and learning, motivation, personality, work structure, group working, leadership and communication including the management of conflict and change. 

Besides, students will explore the personal relevance and conceptual bases of the phenomena of organisational behaviour and how that behaviour affects the performance of the organization.

 


This course seeks to introduce students to the core concepts of marketing with particular reference to the role and function of marketing in business organisations. Students will also be exposed to the relationship of marketing to organisational management.

The aim of the module is to first of all introduce students to marketing concepts with an understanding and knowledge of the functions and role of marketing in organisations and its relationship to organisational management. Second, it enables students to understand the marketing management process and analyse market structure and buying behaviour. Third, the module aims to expose students to the 4P’s (product, pricing, distribution and promotion) decisions.

This unit consists of the following topics on the analysis of market supply and demand, consumer behaviour, firm behaviour, costs of production and profit maximization, behaviour of firms in different market structures, an analysis of different input market structures.

The unit aims to introduce microeconomic theory and review some principles of economics such as the theory of consumer choice and production. It also focuses on the theory of firm in both perfect and imperfect competitive markets.


To study mathematical techniques, financial mathematics, linear programming, index numbers, descriptive statistics, probability and discrete probability distribution.

This unit aims to provide an introduction to mathematical and statistical techniques which are widely applicable in business and commercial organizations. Emphasis will be placed on the application of the syllabus material to business and commercial data.


The syllabus of this course will expose the students to the world of online business and its environment. This course also looks at issues related to e-commerce as the gateway and extremely effective channel for new products, services, and many other online industries.

In tandem with the shift away from conventional commerce world, e-commerce is the gateway and extremely effective mean for new products, services, and many other online industries. This subject is the stepping stone for understanding the elements, activities, and infrastructures of e-commerce.

This course is an introduction to the management function.  It will focus on the theory and fundamental concepts of management including planning, organization, leadership, and control. This module will review the evolution of management thought, function and practice and will stress current approaches and emerging concepts in Malaysia.

The aim of the module is to introduce the concept of an organisation, manager and the ideologies underpinning management. The student should be able to understand the different functions of an organisation: marketing, productions, finance, information technology and personnel, and hence be able to formulate a strategic plan as to how an organisations can move forward.


This course will focus on developing students' ability to communicate in business and management situations. Emphasis will be given to the honing of critical thinking and analytical skills, writing reports, making effective presentations, participating in meetings and attending job interview skills.

To develop the students understanding of the concept of information technology and its role in an organization. Help student keep abreast with changing technologies, information system and allow the students to be familiar with and be able to handle common business applications software packages.


Students will learn the history on Computing, Generations of Computers, and the different parts of a computer.Protecting data and ways to prevent unauthorized access.Ethical and Social Issues of Information Technology.The course will also incorporate keyboard skills, introduction to the major software applications required for undergraduate study including word processors, spreadsheets, and databases.The objectives are to:

  1. To develop basic IT skills using Windows, Microsoft Office email and the Internet.
  2. To provide an overview of the range and scope of IT in Business and administration.