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Bachelor of
Business Administration (Hons) in Management and Entrepreneurship
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Bachelor of Business Administration (Hons) in Management and Entrepreneurship
JPT/BPP(K)1000-600/Q1330Jld.4(27)


As a leading business-based higher learning institution in East Malaysia, a recognised degree in management and entrepreneurship allows TCS to produce graduates who are well-equipped with functional management skills, strong entrepreneurial spirit, and exemplary leadership skills, with a high commitment towards innovation and Skills Certification.

Requirement

  • Pass in Sijil Tinggi Persekolahan Malaysia (STPM) with a minimum CGPA of 2.00 or with a minimum Grade C in 2 subjects and pass Mathematics and English in Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia (SPM); or
  • Pass in Unified Examination Certificate (UEC), with Grade B in 5 subjects including Mathematics and English; or
  • Pass in Unified Examination Certificate (UEC), with Grade B in 5 subjects and pass Mathematics and English; or
  • Pass in Matriculation/ Foundation from an institute recognized by the Government of Malaysia with a minimum CGPA of 2.00; or
  • Other recognized qualifications that are equivalent to a diploma/ advance diploma with a minimum CGPA of 2.00; or
  • Other recognized qualifications recognized by the Government of Malaysia.


Programme Aims

This programme aims to provide an internationally recognised degree in management and entrepreneurship to produce graduates with functional management skills, strong entrepreneurial spirit, exemplary leadership skills, high commitment towards pursuit of knowledge and excellence, and are innovative, socially responsible and good team players who are nationalistic and yet global in outlook and behaviour.


Programme Educational Objectives (PEO)

  • PEO 1: To produce graduates who are professional, knowledgeable, competent and innovative in management and entrepreneurship.
  • PEO 2: To produce graduates who possess strong communication and leadership skills to enable them to work well in a team.
  • PEO 3: To produce graduates who appreciate and are committed towards lifelong learning and continuous improvement especially, but not limited to, the fields of management and entrepreneurship.
  • PEO 4: To produce graduates who have high integrity, strong ethics, high commitment and social responsibility.
  • PEO 5: To produce graduates who are capable of starting, growing and sustaining entrepreneurial ventures, and those who are able to work equipped with strong entrepreneurial and intrapreneurial skills.


Program Learning Outcomes (PLOs)

  • PLO1. Apply knowledge of principles and fundamentals of management and entrepreneurship.
  • PLO2. Identify, analyse and solve problems using appropriate management methods, approaches, techniques, models and frameworks as well as suitable creative problem solving techniques.
  • PLO3. Write various types of business plans.
  • PLO4. Conduct simple research on management and / or entrepreneurship.
  • PLO5. Use ICT tools designed for management and entrepreneurial purposes.
  • PLO6. Function effectively and responsibly as an individual, and as a member or leader of the business community at the local, national and international levels.
  • PLO7. Communicate effectively, orally and in writing, ideas and knowledge relating to the application and theories of management and entrepreneurship.
  • PLO8. Demonstrate understanding of the societal, ethical, political, environmental, legal, technological and cultural issues pertaining to management and entrepreneurship to achieve sustainability in practice.
  • PLO9. Demonstrate the need for and importance of independent and lifelong learning.


SEMESTER 1

No.

Code

Course

Credit Hours

1 EIB 10103 Writing for Academic Purposes 3
2 EIB 10203  Priciples of Economics  3
3 EIB 10303  Principles of Management  3
4 EIB 10403  Financial Accounting  3
5 EIB 10503  Business Mathematics  3
6 EIB 11003  Business Communication  3


SEMESTER 2 (SHORT SEMESTER)

No.

Code

Course

Credit Hours

1 EIB 10703 Creative Problem Solving
2

MPU 3333/
MPU 3343 

Isu-isu Kontemporari Muslim di Malaysia/ Culture and Lifestyle in Malaysia*

* MPU3343 Culture and Lifestyle in Malaysia* - For Non-Muslim Local Student & International
3
3 WMD 10101  Mandarin 1  1
4 MPU 34*2  Co-curriculum I  2


SEMESTER 3

No.

Code

Course

Credit Hours

1 ECB 10103 Entrepreneurship 
2 EIB 10803 Marketing Management 3
3 EIB 10603 Finance 1  3
4 EIB 20403 Organisational Behaviour  3
5 MPU 3123/
MPU 3143 
Tamadun Islam & Tamadun Asia (TITAS)/ Bahasa Melayu Komunikasi 2**

MPU3143 Bahasa Melayu Komunikasi 2** - For International student only
3
6 EIB 11103  Business Statistics  3


SEMESTER 4

No.

Code

Course

Credit Hours

1 EIB 20103 Business Ethnics and Corporate Governance  3
2 EIB 20203 Management Information Systems  3
3 ECB 20103 Human Resource Management 3
4  EIB 20303 Business Law  3
5 EIB 10903 Finance 2  3
6  MPU 3232  Technopreneurship 2


SEMESTER 5
(SHORT SEMESTER)

No.

Code

Course

Credit Hours

1 MPU 3113/
MPU 3173
Hubungan Etnik/ Pengajian Malaysia 3**

MPU3173 Pengajian Malaysia 3** - For International student only
2 WMD 10201  Mandarin 2 1
3 WBB 10202 Innovation Management 2
4   Elective 1 3


SEMESTER 6

No.

Code

Course

Credit Hours

1 ECB 20203 Social Entrepreneurship   3 
2  ECB 20303  Business Plans 3
3 ECB 20403 E-marketing  3
4  EIB 20503  Business Research Methods  3
5  IEB 30903  Supply Chain Management 3
6    Elective 2 3


SEMESTER 7

No.

Code

Course

Credit Hours

1 ECB 30103 Strategic Management 3
2 ECB 30203 Leadership 3
3 ECB 30303  Franchise Business Management 3
4 ECB 30403  International Entreprenurship  3
5 EIB 30503 Management Accounting  3


SEMESTER 8
(SHORT SEMESTER)

No.

Code

Course

Credit Hours

1   Elective 3 3
2   Elective 4 3
3 EIB 30304 Seminar 4


SEMESTER 9

No.

Code

Course

Credit Hours

1 EIB 30108 Internship 8

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