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Bachelor of Management (Technology)

PROGRAMME OBJECTIVES

The Programme Educational Objectives (PEO) of Bachelor of Management (Technology) are:

  1. Competent in solving organizational problems related to management of technology.
  2. Practice professional ethics, good leadership qualities and possess effective interpersonal skills.
  3. Embark on lifelong learning programs, engage in entrepreneurial activities and adapt to the global environment and societal needs.

PROGRAMME STRUCTURE AND FEATURES, CURRICULUM AND AWARD REQUIREMENTS

This programme offers in full-time mode.  Each academic year comprises 2 semesters.  In their third year, students are required to choose a specialization of operation management or innovation management. However, students can choose their elective courses from other specialization and optional electives. Assessment of students’ performance is based on formative and summative evaluation conducted throughout each semester. The eighth semester is used for industrial training.

 Award requirements:

To graduate student should:

  • Attain a total of not less than 131 credit hours with minimum CGPA of 2.0.
  • Pass industrial training (equivalent to 12 credit hours).
  • Complete and pass the undergraduate research project (6 credit hours).

Curriculum Structure

(23 Credits)

Appreciation Of Philosophy, Values and History (4 credits)

1. Code: UICI 1012  –  Islamic and Asian Civilizations (Local Students)

Credit: 2

or

Code: ULAM 1012  –  Bahasa Melayu Komunikasi 2 (International Students)

Credit: 2

3. Code: UHAS 1172  –  Malaysian Dynamics (Local Students)

Credit: 2

or

4. Code: UHAK 1022  –  Malaysian Studies 3 (International Student)

Credit: 2

Generic Skills (2 credits)

1. Code: UHAK 1012  –  Graduate Success Attributes

Credit: 2

Knowledge Enhancement (2 credits)

1. Code: UICL 2302  – Science and Technology Thinking

Credit: 2

Generic Skills / Knowledge Enhancement Elective (2 credits)

1. Code: UHAK 2xx2  –  Elective (Generic Skills)

Credit: 2

or

2. Code: UICL 2xx2  –  Elective (Knowledge Enhancement)

Credit: 2

Service Learning Co-Curriculum (3 credits)

1. Code: UKQX 2XX2  –  Service Learning Co-Curriculum Elective

Credit: 2

2. Code: UKQE 3001  –  Extracurricular Experiental Learning (ExCEL)

Credit: 1

Language Skills (8 credits)

1. Code: ULAB 1122  –  Academic English Skills

Credit: 2

2. Code: ULAB 2122  –  Advanced Academic English Skills

Credit: 2

3. Code: ULAB 3162  –  English for Professional Purposes

Credit: 2

4. Code: ULAX 1122  –  Foreign Language Elective

Credit: 2

Entrepreneurship (2 credits)

1. Code: UHAK 1032  –  Introduction to Entrepreneurship

Credit: 2

(54 Credits)

Principles of Microeconomics

Code: SBSD 1013

Synopsis:

This course will provide an understanding of basic and fundamental skills of economic analysis. Undertaking microeconomics is necessary for individuals or organizations/firms make rational decisions and to evaluate the effects of the government policies. It forms the basis for understanding microeconomics and the study of the entire economy concentrating on firms, households, government and market structures.

Credit: 3

Principles of Management

Code: SBSD 1033

Synopsis:

This course discusses the concepts, theories and techniques of modern management which are important in management discipline. This course covered the basic concepts and theories in the main functions of management: planning, organizing, directing and controlling. Topics that are being discussed include management and managers, evolution of management thought, social responsibility and ethics, planning, decision making, organizational structure and design, human resource management, communication, leading, team, motivation, and controlling.

Credit: 3

Business Accounting

Code: SBSC 1303

Synopsis:

This course is designed to provide an understanding of the basic principles and concepts of accounting and bookkeeping. It also covers the accounting cycle in an organization such as the use of journals, posting, preparation of trial balance, preparation of financial statements and adjustments for final accounts. In addition, the course also covers the financial ratio analysis to evaluate the performance of a business. Finally, management accounting is also introduced.

Credit: 3

Principles of Marketing

Code: SBSF 1013

Synopsis:

This course is designed to expose students to the theories and practices of marketing. It also assists students to develop effective marketing strategies and marketing programmes. This course focuses on four major elements which encompass understanding the marketing management process, development of marketing strategy, marketing mix, and management of marketing at society and global levels.

Credit: 3

Organizational Behavior

Code: SBSD 1043

Synopsis:

Organizational behavior is a core course that discusses the behavioral phenomena at the individual, group and the systems or organizational level.  Discussion at the individual level covers issues relating to attitudes and job satisfaction, emotions and moods, personality and values, perception and individual decision making and motivation. Group level issues include work teams, communication, leadership, power and politics, and conflict and negotiation. Finally, the issues at the systems or organizational level cover organizational culture and organizational change and stress management. This course embraces authenticity of generic skills (team working and communication) when engaging in the process of completing tasks given.

Credit: 3

Principles of Macroeconomics

Code: SBSD 1053

Synopsis:

This course provides students with an understanding of the factors, which affect an economy in aggregate terms such as national income, interest rates and price level. This course also explains the effects of economic policies, in particular, monetary and fiscal policies on the economic stability. This course will deliver fundamental knowledge and applications of the fundamental macroeconomics contents.

Credit: 3

Business Mathematics

Code: SBSD 1023

Synopsis:

This course encompasses basic mathematical concepts, techniques and applications that are useful to students in the field of business, economics, management and social sciences.  The topics covered include review and revision on algebra and arithmetic: The number system, whole numbers, negative numbers, fractions, percentages and decimals, linear equations and system of linear equations and applications, quadratic functions and applications, introduction to differentiation, differentiations and optimisations and applications as well as introduction to matrix algebra.  The key business topics include introduction to simple interest and compound interest, annuity, mathematics of selling, business discounts and mark-ups, business and consumer loans and early payoffs of loans.

Credit: 3

Information Technology in Business

Code: SBSD 1063

Credit:  3

Financial Management

Code: SBSD 1103

Synopsis:

This course discusses the basic concepts of accounting and financial management, methods of financial statement analysis, evaluation of financial assets in terms of risk and return, and short-term and long-term capital management of an organisation.

Credit: 3

Human Resource Management

Code: SBSD 2023

Synopsis:

In this 21st century, organisations are faced with challenges of rapid technological change, internationalization of business, changing organisational forms and an increasingly diverses workforce. This course is designed to introduce students to the field of human resource management (HRM) and key functions of HRM in Malaysia.  Topics covered include overview of HRM, followed with more specific discussions on its main functions such as recruitment, placement, training and development, compensation, employee relations, and safety and health.

Credit: 3

Commercial Law

Code: SBSD 2073

Synopsis:

All commercial transactions are governed by law. This course aims to provide knowledge about areas of law which affect commercial transactions.  This course focuses on the Malaysian Legal System, Contract Law, Law of Agency, sale of goods, company law and partnership law.

Credit: 3

International Business and Globalization

Code: SBSD 2083

Synopsis:

This course introduces students to the issues in international business and globalization. Among the topics covered are international trade and investment, international financial market, and management of international operations.

Credit: 3

Business Statistics

Code: SBSD 2013

Synopsis:

The course focuses on parametric statistical inference of comparing means, analysis of variance and multiple regressions. It also introduces statistical test of non-parametric analysis. The approach of teaching includes manual calculations and interpretation of computer statistical report. Laboratory data analysis is also part of the course.

Credit: 3

Introduction to Operations Management

Code: SBSD 2053

Synopsis:

This course discusses the operation management (OM) discipline that applies to virtually all productive enterprises such as office, hospital, restaurant or a factory. It focuses more on the efficient of production of goods and services through the application of appropriate tools and techniques. By studying this course, students will be able to know how significant the function of OM related to all other business functions and how goods and services are produced through the transformation of inputs to outputs.

Credit: 3

Business Communication

Code: SBSD 2033

Synopsis:

This course focuses on theories and principles of communication in an increasingly networked business world. The course addresses topics which will better positioned students to understand why credibility is essential to efficient and effective business communication in today’s rapidly changing business communication environment.   The content of this course is organised around the traditional business communication topics which include principles of interpersonal communication, principles for business messages, types of business messages, business reports and presentations as well as employment communications.  The course is designed to equip students with professional credibility for the workplace of tomorrow; better interpersonal skills than ever before; better team skills, better writing skills, especially adapted to new technologies, and stronger presentation skills.

Credit: 3

Research Methods

Code: SBSD 3073

Synopsis:

This course introduces basic concepts in research methods and covers topics in research methodology: explaining constructs and building research frameworks, research design, measurement and scaling, sampling, data collections, and writing proper research reports. The course also includes statistical procedures commonly used in research and conducts laboratory for data analysis.

Credit: 3

Strategic Management

Code: SBSD 4033

Synopsis:

This is a capstone course, which integrates materials and knowledge acquired from prior courses conducted in the program. This course emphasizes on the strategic management process to chart the future strategies of organizations. This course demonstrates how other areas of study, for instance: management, marketing, accounting, law, production/ operations, research and development and information system can be integrated with the latest strategic management tools to achieve organisational success. This course covered the concepts, theories and cases in the main functions of strategic management: formulation, implementation and evaluation. Topics that are being discussed include an overview of strategic management: the nature of strategic management; strategy formulation: the business vision and mission, the external assessment (competition and opportunities), the internal assessment (activities, resources, and capabilities); strategies in action, strategy analysis and choice;  strategy implementation: management and operations issues, marketing, finance/accounting, R&D and MIS issues; and strategy evaluation: strategy review, evaluation, and control. This course features extensive use of case studies through group assignments and comprehensive project papers.

Credit: 3

Project Management

Code: SBSD 4083

Synopsis

This course introduces students to the fundamentals of project management body of knowledge (PMBoK) comprising eight (8) elements. The brief contents of this course consist of the project management concepts; people: the key to project success; and project life cycle: initiating a project; planning, performing, and controlling the project; and finally, the project termination.    At the end of the course student should be able to execute the proposed project after submitting the proposal and approved the detailed planning.

Credit: 3

(30 Credits)

Technology Management

Code: SBSD 2063

Synopsis:

This course aims to introduce the fundamentals and core concepts in management of technology (MOT). It covers the concepts of strategic management in developing, acquiring, and exploiting new and existing technologies. It applies some concepts and tools often used by organization in analysing technology, innovation and related strategies.

Credit: 3

Law and Management of Intellectual Property

Code: SBSD 2043

Synopsis:

The course discusses the broad concept of Intellectual Property (IP) Law which form the foundation for protecting IP and utilizing the rights secured by the invention. This course will focus on   copyright, trademarks, patents, industrial designs and trade secret. This course embraces generic skills comprising of communication, scholarship and thinking skills when engaging in the process of completing tasks given.

Credit: 3

Technology Financing

Code: SBSD 3033

Credit: 3

Innovation Management

Code: SBSD 3023

Synopsis:

The course aims to extend students’ theoretical and practical knowledge on management of innovation and R&D activities. In this course, students will be exposed with the tools and techniques commonly used in managing innovation and R&D activities.

Credit: 3

Technology Transfer

Code: SBSD 3053

Synopsis:

This course provides an overview of social scientific research on the organisational contexts, processes and outcomes of technology transfer. It focuses on how transfer of knowledge into commercial application between transferor and transferee. Technology transfer covers a wide array of actors, processes, and circumstances and development through formal channels within an organization, between organizations, or across organizational fields. Technology transfer is an initiative focusing on the business aspects, from planning to the implementation stages. It also explores some of the barriers to effective technology transfer and how managers should deal with them. Though discussion is mainly from the technology transferor perspective, there are topics in which the transferee perspective will be addressed.

Credit: 3

Technology Entrepreneurship

Code: SBSD 3063

Synopsis:

Technology Entrepreneurship course introduces the concepts of technology entrepreneurship as well as the process of creating new technology ventures. Specifically, the coverage includes Malaysian economic and legal environment implications on technology entrepreneurship, idea generation techniques and models, process and procedures in setting up technology ventures, planning and arranging for resources to set up new ventures, and financing options for new technology ventures. It involves taking a technology venture idea and finding a high-potential commercial opportunity, gathering resources such as talent and capital, figuring out how to sell and market the idea, and managing rapid growth.

Credit: 3

Managing Technology Based Venture

Code: SBSD 3153

Synopsis:

This course introduces the techniques and strategies to manage growing technology-based ventures. It focuses on the techniques and strategies to assemble human capital and financial resources to secure the market during expansion and growth stages. The students are required to perform a real-life company case study on selected technology-based firms as well as attending exhibition and seminars to achieve the objectives of the course.

Credit: 3

Undergraduate Project 1

Code: SBSD 3042

Synopsis:

This course is designed to give student an experience to conduct research related to the field of their study. Students will be guided to diagnose problems, investigate the background of the problems, decide the sample and subject as well as the methodology and approach of the study. Student will also be trained to review past research to develop a conceptual framework.

Credit: 2

Undergraduate Project 2

Code: SBSD 4014

Synopsis:

This is the implementation of the proposed project. Students collect and analyse the collected data to answer the objectives. The write up should be done systematically based on specified writing format.

Credit: 4

Strategic Management of Technology

Code: SBSD 4023

Synopsis:

The course aims to extend students understandings on the concepts and practices of management of technology. In this course, students will also be exposed with the techniques, tools and management processes that facilitates technological innovations in firms.  Students should have successfully attended basic technology management course before registering for this course.

Credit: 3

(30 Credits)

Technology Management

Code: SBSD 2063

Synopsis:

This course aims to introduce the fundamentals and core concepts in management of technology (MOT). It covers the concepts of strategic management in developing, acquiring, and exploiting new and existing technologies. It applies some concepts and tools often used by organization in analysing technology, innovation and related strategies.

Credit: 3

Law and Management of Intellectual Property

Code: SBSD 2043

Synopsis:

The course discusses the broad concept of Intellectual Property (IP) Law which form the foundation for protecting IP and utilizing the rights secured by the invention. This course will focus on   copyright, trademarks, patents, industrial designs and trade secret. This course embraces generic skills comprising of communication, scholarship and thinking skills when engaging in the process of completing tasks given.

Credit: 3

Supply Chain Management

Code: SBSD 3113

Synopsis:

This course is designed for early exposure and understanding of the theory and practical in supply chain management (SCM). It guides students to develop effective SCM strategies.  The course focuses on the network analysis, chain management and organizational network. This course also discusses topics related to transport logistic planning and procurement. In addition, students learn how to sustain supply chain competitive advantage through process integration and performance measurement

Credit: 3

Quality Management

Code: SBSD 3133

Synopsis:

This course discusses on the concept and methodology of Quality Management. The course outlines the principles of quality management as well as quality tools and techniques used for quality control and quality improvement. Topics covered include quality culture, ethics, corporate social responsibility, quality principles such as customer focus, leadership, teamwork, quality education and training, partnering as well as statistical quality control tools and techniques. The course is designed to facilitate students acquiring knowledge and understanding on principles of quality management and methodology for quality control and improvement. This course embraces authenticity of generic skills (team work) when engaging in the process of completing the task given

Credit: 3

Manufacturing Technology

Code: SBSD 3083

Synopsis:

This course provides comprehensive coverage of the various elements of manufacturing technology. Successful manufacturing activities needs an efficient and effective system, which will transform the raw materials into high quality products. Students are exposed to the theories, principles and practices of manufacturing process. It also introduces the students on advanced techniques used in the modern manufacturing. Various automation systems and their application and advantages are covered in this course includes the principle of CAD/CAM and its application in various manufacturing automation systems.

Credit: 3

Work Design

Code: SBSD 3093

Synopsis:

This subject is designed to introduce students to techniques in designing work in manufacturing and service industries.  It will emphasize on method study and work measurement.  Other concepts and approach will also be introduced such as Principles of Motion Economy, Design for Manufacture and Assembly (DFMA), Single Minute Exchange of Die (SMED) and Mistake Proofing (Poka Yoke).  At the end of the course, students should be able to select the appropriate techniques, approaches and concepts in designing work that optimizes the use of resources such as man, machine, materials and time to improve productivity.

Credit: 3

Management Science

Code: SBSD 3103

Synopsis:

The course provides a foundation for quantitative decision-making.  The course is designed to facilitate students acquiring knowledge and understanding on concepts, principles and techniques of selection, specification and application of quantitative techniques for solution of managerial decisions problems.  Topics include developing and solving linear programming problems, transportation & assignment problems, forecasting, waiting line model and decision-making models. This course embraces authenticity of generic skills (analysis information and critical thinking skills) when engaging in the process of solving problem given.

Credit: 3

Undergraduate Project 1

Code: SBSD 3042

Synopsis:

This course is designed to give student an experience to conduct research related to the field of their study. Students will be guided to diagnose problems, investigate the background of the problems, decide the sample and subject as well as the methodology and approach of the study. Student will also be trained to review past research to develop a conceptual framework.

Credit: 2

Undergraduate Project 2

Code: SBSD 4014

Synopsis:

This is the implementation of the proposed project. Students collect and analyse the collected data to answer the objectives. The write up should be done systematically based on specified writing format.

Credit: 4

Service Operations Management

Code: SBSD 4073

Synopsis:

This course is about the management of operations in service organisations. The objective is to help students understand how service performance can be improved by studying service delivery and associated management issues.  Service delivery is the focus of this course and the success depends not only on the obvious territory of operations in managing processes and resources, but also in understanding how operations managers must be involved in aspects of the organisation’s strategy, the service concept, organisational culture, and the way employees are motivated and managed. How well a service is delivered reflects the ability of the organisation to pull all these strands together, providing a service which meets the demands of its various stakeholders, providing appropriate and achievable service to customers whilst meeting required financial targets.

Credit: 3

(12 Credits)

Marketing for Innovative Product

Code: SBSF 3043

Synopsis:

This course is about marketing of the products and services that are seen by consumers as innovative. The focus will be on the strategies that firms adopt. Topics on product innovation, the management of new product development and the marketing of innovative products from a strategic perspective are among the focal point in the teaching and learning activities. Students will gain an appreciation for the importance of product innovation especially for companies wanting to regain and retain competitive advantage within their industry.

Credit: 3

Technology Forecasting

Code: SBSD 3013

Synopsis:

This course discusses the methods used to evaluate structure and finance new business venture and revenue generating business.  It covers the finance of technological innovation and valuation tools used in the evaluation of technology venture and its innovation.

Credit: 3

Procurement Management

Code: SBSD 3193

Synopsis:

This course discusses on the concept and components of procurement. The course outlines the strategy and main components for procurement management as well as supporting tools for procurement. Topics covered include procurement strategy, procurement policy, procurement procedure, supplier selection, supplier performance management, purchase price management, global sourcing and commodity purchase.  The course is designed to facilitate students acquiring knowledge and understanding on principles of procurement management. This course embraces authenticity of generic skills (team work) when engaging in the process of completing the task given.

Credit: 3

Occupational Safety Health and Environment

Code: SBSD 3143

Synopsis:

This course introduces the concept of occupational safety, health and environment which is considered as crucial components of organisational competitiveness.  It started by highlighting the safety and health movement then and now followed by the legal requirements stipulated under the Occupational Safety and Health 1994, the Factories and Machineries Act 1967 and Environment Quality Act 1974. Other topics covered include safety promotion, hazard analysis, accident investigation and emergency preparedness programme.

Credit: 3

Technology Commercialization

Code: SBSD 3213

Credit:  3

Logistic Management

Code: SBSD 3203

Synopsis:

This course discusses on the concept and components of logistics and transportation management. The course provides an overview of logistics and how it fits into the organisation as a whole, deals with managing specifics logistics activities and how to manage total logistics process.  Topics covered include logistics in manufacturing and service organisation, warehousing, materials handling and packaging, global logistics information system, and logistics strategies. inbound logistics, global transportation systems, transportation management issues, government roles, rules and regulation in transportation.  The course is designed to facilitate students acquiring knowledge and understanding on the logistics and transportation management. This course embraces authenticity of generic skills (team work) when engaging in the process of completing the task given.

Credit: 3

Financial Risk Management

Code: SBSD 4103

Synopsis:

This course is designed for students who would be financial officers, analysts, traders, investment advisors, loan officers and auditors whose daily activities are affected by the management of risk and control of exposure. The topics of the course include liabilities and derivatives risk, managing liabilities and risk of default and market liquidity and control of risk.

Credit: 3

Lean Six Sigma

Code: SBSD 4043

Synopsis:

This course discusses on the concept and methodology of Lean Six Sigma DMAIC (Define, Measure, Analyze, Improve and Control) framework for business and operational improvement. The course outlines procedures, methodology as well as tools and techniques used across the five Lean Six Sigma’s DMAIC phases.  Topics covered include procedure, methodology, tool and techniques for define business improvement opportunity, measure business performance, analyse business improvement opportunity, implement and control business improvement. The course is designed to facilitate students acquiring knowledge and understanding on concepts, methodology, tools and techniques for business improvement via Lean Six Sigma. This course embraces authenticity of generic skills (team work) when engaging in the process of completing the task given.

Credit: 3

*Others elective can also be choosen from elective courses of Operation or Innovation Stream

(12 Credits)

Industrial Training (Practical)

Code: SBSD 4058

Synopsis:

Industrial training is an essential component in the development of the practical skills required by a student prior to graduation. It is also an aspect of education that integrates knowledge with planned and supervised career-related work experience processes. The purpose of the course is to develop and strengthen the students’ educational and career preparation. It allows the students to understand the connection between what is studied and how it is applied in the real world.  It also exposes the students to the interpersonal relationships a job requires, both with co-workers and superiors that are essential in obtaining a successful and satisfying career.

Credit: 8

Industrial Training (Report)

Code: SBSD 4064

Synopsis:

Industrial training is an essential component in the development of the practical skills required by a student prior to graduation. It is also an aspect of education that integrates knowledge with planned and supervised career-related work experience processes. The purpose of the course is to develop and strengthen the students’ educational and career preparation. It allows the students to understand the connection between what is studied and how it is applied in the real world.  It also exposes the students to the interpersonal relationships a job requires, both with co-workers and superiors that are essential in obtaining a successful and satisfying career.

Credit: 4

CROSS CAMPUS PROGRAMME

Students are given the opportunity to register for courses in participating local and international universities.  The grades and credits gained can be transferred for purposes of graduation.

Entry Requirements

CANDIDATES WITH STPM QUALIFICATION AND EQUIVALENT QUALIFICATIONS

GENERAL UNIVERSITY REQUIREMENTS

  1. Good pass in Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia (SPM) or its equivalent.
  2. Passed Bahasa Melayu/Bahasa Malaysia with credit at the SPM level or its equivalent or passed Bahasa Melayu/Bahasa Malaysia July paper with credit.
  3. Passed the STPM examination, obtaining at least:
    • Grade C (NGMP 2.00) in the General Studies subject; AND
    • Grade C (NGMP 2.00) in TWO (2) other subjects.
  4. Obtained at least Band 2 at the Malaysian University English Test (MUET).

SPECIFIC REQUIREMENTS OF THE PROGRAMME

Pass with at least a Grade B  (NGMP 3.00) in any one (1) of the following subjects :

  • Mathematic S / Mathematic T / Economy / Accounting / Business Studies / Physics / Computing

and

  • any one (1) other subject.

and

  • Obtained at least credit in a mathematics subject at the SPM.

CANDIDATES WITH SIJIL TINGGI AGAMA MALAYSIA (STAM) QUALIFICATIONS

GENERAL UNIVERSITY REQUIREMENTS

1. Passed Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia (SPM) or its equivalent and obtaining a credit in the Bahasa Melayu / Bahasa Malaysia subject or credit in the Bahasa Melayu / Bahasa Malaysia July Paper,

and

2. Passed with a minimum of Jayyid in Sijil Tinggi Agama Malaysia (STAM).

and

3. Obtained at least Band 2 at the Malaysian University English Test (MUET).

SPECIFIC REQUIREMENTS OF THE PROGRAMME

  1. Obtained with a minimum of Jayyid Jiddan in Sijil Tinggi Agama Malaysia (STAM)
  2. Pass with at least credit at the SPM level in any two (2) of the following subjects :
    • Additional Mathematics
    • Basic Economics
    • Principles of Accountancy
    • Commerce
    • Physics
    • Information Technology or Programming & Development Tools;

    and

    • Any one (1) other subject
  3. Pass with at least credit in a mathematics subject at the SPM.

CANDIDATES WITH THE MINISTRY OF EDUCATION (KPM) MATRICULATION / UNIVERSITI MALAYA (UM) SCIENCE MATRICULATION / UNIVERSITI TEKNOLOGI MARA (UiTM) MATRICULATION

GENERAL UNIVERSITY REQUIREMENTS

  1. Good pass in Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia (SPM) or its equivalent.
  2. Passed Bahasa Melayu/Bahasa Malaysia with credit at the SPM level or its equivalent or passed Bahasa Melayu/Bahasa Malaysia July Paper with credit.
  3. Passed the KPM Matriculation Certificate/ UM Science Matriculation / UiTM Matriculation, obtaining a CGPA of at least 2.80.
  4. Obtained at least Band 2 at the Malaysian University English Test (MUET).

SPECIFIC REQUIREMENTS OF THE PROGRAMME

1. Pass with at least a Grade B (NGMP 3.00) in any one (1) of the following subjects:-

Mathematics / Economy / Accounting / Business Management / Physics / Engineering Physics / Engineering Mathematics/     Introduction to Economics

and

2. any one (1) other subject.

and

3. Pass with at least credit in a mathematics subject at the SPM.

CANDIDATES WITH DIPLOMA QUALIFICATIONS AND EQUIVALENT QUALIFICATIONS

GENERAL UNIVERSITY REQUIREMENTS

  1. Passed Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia (SPM) or its equivalent and obtaining a credit in the Bahasa Melayu / Bahasa Malaysia subject or credit in the Bahasa Melayu / Bahasa Malaysia/ July Paper; AND
  2. Possess a Diploma or other equivalent qualifications recognised by the Malaysian government and approved by the University’s Senate; OR
  3. Passed Sijil Tinggi Persekolahan Malaysia (STPM) with at least Grade C (NGMP 2.00) in Pengajian Am subject and Grade C (NGMP 2.00) in any 2 (two) other subjects; OR
  4. Passed Matriculation examination with at least CGPA 2.70; AND
  5. Obtained at least Band 2 at the Malaysian University English Test (MUET).

SPECIFIC REQUIREMENTS OF THE PROGRAMME

  1. Possess a Diploma with good passing marks in related areas from an institution recognised by the UTM Senate with CGPA > 2.70; AND
  2. With at least Two (2) years working experience in the related field for candidates with GGPA < 2.70; OR
  3. Possess other qualifications recognised as its equivalent by the Malaysian government and approved by the UTM Senate and obtaining a CGPA of at least 2.70; AND
  4. Passed with credit in mathematics subject at the SPM level; OR
  5. Obtain at least a grade C (NGMP 2.00) in any mathematics subject at the diploma level.

Notation:

Candidates are required to send their complete Diploma examination results (from the first semester to the final semester) to UTM. Candidates are also required to forward a copy of their diploma or a certification letter indicating that the candidate has successfully completed the diploma programme.

Year of enrolment and duration of studies will depend on the transfer of credit approved by UTM.

Programme Specifications

Programme Name: Bachelor of Management (Technology)

Final Award: Bachelor of Management (Technology)

Awarding Institution: UTM

Teaching Institution: UTM

Programme Code: TP16 (SBSD)

Professional or Statutory Body of Accreditation: NA

Language(s) of Instruction: Bahasa Melayu and English

Mode of Study: Conventional

Mode of operation: Self-govern

Study Scheme: Full Time and Part Time

Study Duration:

Minimum   : 4 yrs(FT) / 6 yrs(PT)

Maximum   : 6 yrs(FT) / 10 yrs (PT)

   For more information about the admission process,

   Contact;

Name: Nor Qamariah Othman
Email: norqamariah@utm.my
Ext. Number: 07 – 5610001

   To know more about the programme ,

   Contact;

Name: Dr. Siti Zaleha Omain
Email: zaleha@utm.my
Phone Number: 012 – 7042884