COURSE OUTLINE
 
The DIA programme is divided into 6 semesters with the emphasis on inter-disciplinary approach to accounting.  Thirty six subjects must be completed to earn the Diploma.
 
Semester 1
Financial Accounting 1
Computer Applications & Communications in Accounting
Business Mathematics
Consolidating Language Skill/Comm. Skills
Insan & Manhaj Ketuhanan
Co-Curriculum
 
Semester 2
Financial Accounting 2
Introduction to Business
Principle of Micro Economics
Introduction to Statistics
Preparatory Course for MUET
Kemasyarakatan & Kenegaraan Islam
Co-Curriculum
 
Semester 3
Financial Accounting 3
Principles of Management
Costing I
Introduction to Commercial law
English for Academic Purposes
Konsep Perakaunan Islam
Co-Curiculum
 
Semester 4
Financial Accounting 4
Costing System & Planning
Computerized Accounting
Principle of Macro Economics
English for Occupational Purpose
 
Semester 5
Financial Accounting 5
Information for Managing Resources
Principle of Marketing
Introduction to Partnership and Company Law
Taxation I
Introduction to Critical Thinking
 
Semester 6
Entrepreneurship Study
Taxation 2
Integrated Accounting Study
Auditing
Financial Management



 



PROGRAMME DETAILS

Business today is complex, and it calls for minds that are trained in the broad fundamentals of business. This programme, which started in July 1963 and remains as one of the highly seek programmes among students undertaking diploma programme, gives students a good background of business facts and knowledge upon which they build a career in business. This programme also prepares students for the Bachelor programme in the various specialized field of business. This 3-year programme of 6 semesters covers a wide range of courses.  It includes the study of accounting, economics, marketing, management, math and statistics, language and communication, information technology and legal foundations.


COURSE OUTLINE

 Year One & Year Two
(Semester 1 to Semester 4)


The first two years provide a foundation to various business related disciplines. Students are introduced to several foundation courses, which comprise:
•    3 fundamental business courses:  Management, Marketing and Finance,
•    3 economics courses: Microeconomics, Macroeconomics and Malaysian Economics
•    2 accounting courses: Financial Accounting and Cost Accounting
•    2 quantitative courses: Business Mathematics and Introduction to Statistics
•    1 legal course: Business Law

Students are also required to equip themselves with other knowledge and skills to further enhance their quality.  These include taking courses in:
•    Computer & Information Processing
•    Business Communication
•    English and another foreign language
•    Islamic Studies
•    Co-curricular activities

Year Three
(Semester 5 & Semester 6)


In the final year, students will continue to take another three compulsory business related courses: Human Resource Management, Information Technology in Business and Business Development. Other than these, students are also given the flexibility of selecting 7 other business related courses from a range of 12.  Among them are Investment Management, Organizational Behavior, Operations Management, Principles of Public Relations, Introduction to International Business, Principles and Practice of Selling, Research Methodology, Fundamentals of Insurance and Fundamentals of Transport.  These wide ranges of business courses provide students with a strong basis in facing the various facets of  business challenges.
 

PROGRAMME DETAILS.

The Faculty of Communication and Media Studies offers various courses aimed at helping its students develop their talents and extend their understanding of the processes and practices of various aspects of mass communication. Students in this programme will undergo six semesters of studies in order to graduate with Diploma in Communication and Media. The faculty requires students to undertake three components of courses during the three-year programmes. These components are the requirements of university courses, faculty core courses and programme core courses.



COURSE OUTLINE

Administrative Management
Office Administration
Admin. Office Management
Office Practicum
Organizing Skills
Records Management
Behavior in Organizations
Office Competencies
Document Processing
Executive Note Taking
Office Simulation

Personal Development
Personality Development
Information Skills

Computer & Information Technology
Computer & Info. Processing
Office Software Applications

Business & Law
Introduction to Business
Business Mathematics
Principles and Economics
Financial Accounting
Fundamentals of Entrepreneurship
Commercial Law
Law and Procedure of Meeting

Communication
Interpersonal Communication
Public Speaking
Public Relation

Language
English
Mandarin


PELUANG PEKERJAAN

Graduan-graduan yang telah tamat pengajian di peringkat diploma boleh membuat pilihan kerjaya di jabatan awam dan swasta sebagai :-

  • Pegawai Eksekutif
  • Pembantu Peribadi
  • Setiausaha Eksekutif
  • Setiausaha Pejabat

Selain itu para graduan juga boleh menyambung belajar di peringkat Ijazah Sarjana Muda terutama di dalam program Pengurusan Sistem Pejabat dan lain-lain program.




 
Course Outline

The Diploma in Tourism Management programme runs on a six-semester system (the curriculum is as in Table 1B) and covers 110 credit points of required courses and electives. Included in the fifth semester is an 18-week internship at a reputable and established travel bureau, public tourism department or a resort.

Semester 1
Economics
Business Mathematics
Intro. to Hospitality Industry
Fundamental of Management
Mandarin / Japanese
Preparatory English
Prinsip-Prinsip Asas Islam
Co-Curriculum
Semester 2
Principles of Accounting
Principles of Tourism
Principles of Marketing
Customer Service
Mandarin / Japanese
Mainstream English I
Pemikiran dan Tamadun Islam
Co-Curriculum
Semester 3
Computer Application
Travel & Tour Agency Management
Meeting, Incentive, Convention & Exhibition
Elective I
German / French I
Mainstream English II
Pengurusan Pemakanan dan Pelancongan Islam
Semester 4
Transportation
Tour Planning & Design
Fares & Ticketing
Comp. Reservation System
Elective II
German / French II
Occupational English
Semester 5
Industrial Training I
Industrial Training II  
Semester 6
Human Resource Management
Domestic Tourism
Legal Aspects of Travel Industries
Hotel Marketing
Hospitality Management Accounting
Entrepreneurship Studies
Elective II