course overview

The program provides advanced knowledge and practical skills in Finance. Develop competency in applying financial best practices, problem solving, communication and critical thinking. Graduates will have developed and be able to demonstrate knowledge of the underlying concepts and principles in finance. Practical skills in finance based on industry best practices. The ability to communicate the results of their study/work accurately and reliably, and with structured and coherent arguments and effective time management. Qualities and transferable skills necessary for employment requiring the exercise of some personal responsibility.

Career Opportunities

  • Financial Planner
  • Financial Analyst
  • Investor Relations Associate
  • Budget Analyst
  • Actuary
  • Accountant
  • Credit Analyst
  • Commercial Real Estate Agent

diploma in Business studies

Duration : 6 months

Academic Research and Communication Skills

This unit covers key aspects of research and communication studies in academic contexts relevant to students of design and marketing. Students engage in collaborative learning activities throughout the term in order to develop their teamwork skills.
Students learn to locate, understand and critically evaluate information from books, journals, the Internet and primary sources in order to do effective research. Using these sources of information, students then produce an extended piece of analytical writing and give oral presentations to their peers. Skills in doing primary research (i.e. conducting focus groups and surveys), accessing and evaluating information, paraphrasing, using established referencing systems, applying the principles of effective communication and the professional presentation of documents are all covered during the module.

Marketing Foundation

To provide participants with the basic principles of marketing in the context of fashion retail industry through practical exercises, lectures, demonstrations and case studies. The primary scope is to cover all foundational concepts of fashion marketing management, so that the students are able to grasp other advanced modules in their program successfully. Students need to accomplish tasks such as an assignment, an integrated project and examinations in order to complete the module.

Business Statistics 1: Descriptive Statistic and Probability

The aim of this module is to provide students with analytical and interpretative skills so they can perform statistical calculations and interpret statistical reports. Statistics 1 explains the use of descriptive statistics to summarise data and introduces students to sampling and probability.

Human Resources Management

The purpose of this module is to introduce students to the principles and practices of Human Resource Management as applied to a small company.

Business Statistics 2: Inferential Statistics

The aim of this module is to provide students with analytical and interpretative skills so they can perform statistical calculations and interpret statistical reports. Statistics 2 explains inferential statistics and how to apply inferential statistical techniques in typical business situations.

Financial Management

The purpose of this module is to teach non-finance major students the basic concepts and techniques of financial management for small businesses.

Operation Service Design and Management 1

The purpose of this module is to develop students’ ability to design innovative, efficient and cost effective manufacturing systems and service operations.

Fundamentals of Management

The module promotes the understanding of management from a holistic perspective and will examine local, international and global management practices.

advanced diploma in Finance

Duration : 12 months

Business Law

This module focuses on the understanding of essential legal information for today’s managers and entrepreneurs. This module will enable students to develop knowledge and skills in the understanding of the general legal framework, and of specific legal areas relating to business, recognizing the need to seek further specialist legal information where necessary.

Business Statistics

Students to acquire the analytical and interpretative skills needed to understand statistical findings. The aim of this module is to cover data, descriptive statistics, probability distributions, sampling distribution, interval estimation, hypothesis testing, and regression.

Corporate Finance

This course introduces key concepts in capital budgeting, capital structure issues, dividend policy and corporate control. This module provides students a broad overview of the financial environment under which the firm operates and equips them with the conceptual and analytical skills necessary to make sound financial decisions for the firm.

Financial Instruments, Institutions and Markets

This module focuses on the 5 areas such as instruments, institutions and markets are conceived; their key concepts and features; the context in which they function; the computations, and their connections with other instruments or markets. This module provides students the knowledge and skills to analysis of the risks faced by investors and savers interacting through financial institutions and financial markets, as well as strategies that can be adopted for controlling and managing risks.

Human Resource Management

This module focuses on the characteristics of Human Resource Management, the legal framework for the practice of Human Resource in Malaysia; job design and analysis; recruitment, selection, and placement; human resource development and career management; and diversity management.

Intermediate Accounting

1. To enable students to understand accounting principles and the function of financial reports.
2. To enable students to understand how accounting functions as the language of business and how accounting information assist in making decisions.
3. To assist students in financial information analysis and usage of financial information extracted from financial statements.

Investment Analysis

This module is an introductory investment analysis course. It is designed to provide students with a comprehensive coverage of fundamental concepts and applications for decision-making purposes in the context of financial investments.


The objectives for this module focus on understanding of how to measure a society’s economic well-being, and how the level of economic activity is determined, both from a perspective of economic policy analysis. The aim of this module is to provide students with knowledge of how national and global economies function is important for assessing the prospects for companies and for financial portfolios. This module will develop the understanding of how decisions by consumers, firms and government are interlinked, and impact on interest rates, exchange rates and the overall level of economic activity.

Management Accounting

To provide an understanding on how organizations accumulate, assign and analyse cost and revenue data for use within the organisation and its practical applications thereof.

Marketing Management

The course will focus on the activities used to implement marketing strategies created to meet customer needs and expectations. This course focuses on managerial issues in marketing and to develop an understanding of forming objectives, situation (SWOT) analysis, market research and forecasting, target market selection, market mix strategy formation, marketing tactics development, and control procedure formulation.


This module is designed to provide students with an in-depth understanding of the importance of economics in the business environment. The aim of this module is to develop knowledge and skills in standard microeconomic analysis, building on the basic knowledge gained in their introductory economics course.

Organisational Behaviour

The module focuses on behavior in organisations and covers all the key concepts needed to understand, predict, and respond to the behavior of people in real world organisations. Organisational behaviour is the study of individuals and groups in organisations. One major issue facing organisations today is how best to utilise and combine the talents of individuals to improve organisational efficiency and effectiveness, and managing people in the organisational setting requires special skills.

Principles of Investment

This module provides students with a foundation to become an informed investor. Students are able to understand the basic features, potential return and risk from various investment vehicles including stock, bond and mutual fund. The module also aims to equip students with trading strategy and valuation techniques.

Quantitative Methods

The module uses applications-oriented approach rather than mathematics-oriented. This approach makes the subject matter interesting and relevant to the student by demonstrating not only how the procedure works, but also how each method contributes to the decision-making process. In this module, students will learn the techniques of quantitative model formulation and evaluation, using SPSS for Windows, to solve practical business problems. The emphasis is to teach the critical skills of data analysis and interpretation for decision-making.

Research Methods

This module introduces students to both qualitative and quantitative research methods used by business scholars. Students will understand and apply both concepts and working knowledge of these methodological approaches, the evaluation of empirical studies and the design of research projects. This module emphasizes the role and value of marketing research information, technology in the research process, designing the research project, sampling and its issues, scale measurements, and questionnaire design issues.

Strategic Management

The module will help students to further develop their understanding of the management and leadership theories and principles behind corporate strategic thinking and the practical implications of decisions that are made. The module is developed to promote an in-depth understanding of how organisations can best understand their strategic environment in context of increasing change.

Duration : 1 year

Bachelor of Business Administration (Honours)
Management Specialisation

Duration : 12 months

Business Mathematics

The module is designed to enable students to learn andapply mathematics skills in business.

Consumer Behaviour

This module provides the student with an awareness of the ways in which the social sciences can assist in developing an understanding of individual consumers. The subject introduces the students to the key principles and concepts used by marketers to analyze and respond to consumer needs and demands. Students will then apply core marketing principles, internal and external factors that influence consumer behaviour to marketing decision making.

Ethics and Organization

This module explores some of the ethical and human rights issues confronting contemporary organisations. In the module, the main ethical perspectives adopted by individuals and organisations are considered.

Quantitative Methods

This module provides students with a conceptual understanding of the use or quantitative methods in the management decision-making. The many quantitative methods are explained -including how they work -and students will be shown how decision makers apply these methods and interpret data.


This module provides insights into the analysis of contemporary economic events and enables students with skills to assess the likely trends in macroeconomic variables that will facilitate decision making.

Managerial Accounting

This module aims to develop knowledge and understanding of the importance of performing and analyzing cost and quantitative information to support management planning and decision-making in a variety of business contexts.

Leadership and Innovations

This module introduces students to traditional and modern concepts of leadership, and focuses on skill and knowledge development and organizational operations, effectiveness and competition, and social responsibilities.

Lean Six Sigma Management

This module aims to introduce the effective deployment of a Lean Six Sigma initiative which can save an organisation time and money, and improve customer satisfaction.

Cross Cultural Communication

The module focuses on culture and management, organisationand communication with greater emphasis on cross-cultural concepts which contains key ideas from leading theorists, thinkers and practitioners.

IT Management

This module aims to help students to understand the theories and practice of information management and key concepts to understand how information management systems are implemented and managed in the organisations.

Total Quality Management

This modules aims to provide students the knowledge to apply the theories and principles of total quality in the real world.

Strategic Decision Making

The purpose of this module is to develop within students a holistic understanding of the operation of a business/non-business organization, including its interaction with the environment, its corporate / business and related functional issues.

Entrepreneurship and New Business Development

This module is designed to provide students the theoretical concepts and practical tools for entrepreneurship and new business development. It aims to encourage students’ interest in starting own firm, and also to provide the skills and knowledge in managing, influencing and stimulating entrepreneurial activities. Students will engage in the entrepreneurial process, from the idea generation stage to the collection of information, further refinement of the original idea to produce business plan and idea pitching. Student will develop competencies, techniques, and skills about entrepreneurship, set within a reflective and critical approach to study business development in the modern economy.

Project Management

This module covers topics which include project management processes, tools of project management, project resources management, roles and responsibilities of the project manager, project risk assessment, project scheduling, cost estimation and performance analysis, and budgeting.

Final Year Project I

This project is intended to be the culmination of learning undertaken in the Bachelor of BusinessAdministration(Honours) programme through the completion ofan appropriate project and a written project report. The project provides an opportunity for students to define and to manage a self-contained task, which requires the use of cognitive, and project management skills. Students will apply concepts and principles learned in other courses to real situations.

Final Year Project II

This project is intended to be the culmination of learning undertaken in the Bachelor of BusinessAdministration(Honours) programmethrough the completion of an appropriate project and a written project report. The project provides an opportunity for students to define and to manage a self-contained task, which requires the use of cognitive, and project management skills. Students will apply concepts and principles learned in other courses to real situations.

Marketing Management

This module emphasizes on the application of marketing mix and how a business develops, distributes, advertises, promotes, prices and sells products and services that satisfy the needs and wants of the consumers it targets, in a manner that is most profitable.

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