Course Details

Entrepreneurship creates value and contributes to all-round progress. It is an integrating discipline that draws on knowledge and skills developed in a variety of areas. Entrepreneurial endeavours are successful when they identify and assess opportunities, and enable action to be taken to pursue the opportunities.

The program’s curriculum blends the traditional components of a management education with the study of those content, skill, and sensitivity areas that uniquely define entrepreneurship. Through a combination of academic and clinical experiences, students will develop an appreciation and understanding of the entrepreneurial process.

On completion of the program, graduates will understand the motivations, behaviours, and strategies necessary to create, implement, and sustain new ideas and ventures.

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  • 3-year honours program
  • 31 subjects including a graduation project
  • 14 weeks for full semester; 7 weeks for half semester

YEAR 1

9 compulsory subjects
  • ACC101 Financial Accounting 1
  • ACC103 Management Accounting 1
  • ECO101 Principles of Microeconomics
  • ECO102 Principles of Macroeconomics
  • ITC101 Information Technology for Business
  • LAW101 Business Law
  • MGT101 Principles of Management
  • MKT101 Principles of Marketing
  • QBM101 Business Statistics

YEAR 2 & 3

Entrepreneurship (13 compulsory subjects)
  • FIN202 Financial Management
  • HRM201 Managing Human Resources
  • MGT200 Small Business Management
  • MGT203 Business Research
  • MGT204 Asian Entrepreneurship & Innovation
  • MGT206 Introduction to Entrepreneurial Behaviour
  • MGT207 New Venture Creation
  • MGT208 Franchising
  • MGT307 Strategic Planning for Entrepreneurs
  • MGT310 Corporate Venturing
  • MGT311 Entrepreneurship Business Plan
  • MKT305 Strategic Marketing Relationship
  • MGT400 Graduation Project
Partial List of Electives (for all specialisations)
  • ACC201 Management Accounting 2
  • ACC291 Islamic Bank Management
  • ACC305 Corporate Governance
  • ACC312 Reporting Framework & Accounting Practice
  • BKG301 Comparative Banking Structure
  • COM200 Managerial Communication
  • ECO203 International Economics
  • FIN203 Financial Institutions, Instruments and Markets
  • FIN204 Investment Analysis & Decision Making
  • FIN206 Introduction to Technical Analysis & Trading
  • FIN207 Mergers & Acquisitions
  • FIN301 Corporate Finance
  • LAW201 Company Law
  • LAW305 International Business Law
  • MAT201 Business Mathematics
  • MGT200 Small Business Management
  • MGT201 Organisational Behaviour
  • MGT202 E-Business
  • MGT204 Asian Entrepreneurship & Innovation
  • MGT205 Asian Business Environment
  • MGT209 Production & Logistics Management
  • MGT300 Managing People across Cultures
  • MGT302 Change Management
  • MGT303 Corporate Policy & Strategy
  • MGT304 Strategic International Business Management
  • MGT305 Business Ethics & Social Responsibility
  • MGT309 Project Management
  • MKT206 Retail Management
  • MKT208 Brand Management
  • MKT301 Integrated Marketing Communications
  • MKT302 Strategic Global Marketing
  • MKT305 Strategic Marketing Relationship
  • MKT307 Environmental Marketing
  • MKT308 B2B Marketing
  • MKT309 Marketing Engineering
  • QBM201 Advanced Business Statistics
Graduation Project
  • All students are required to complete a graduation project in theirrelated fields under supervision.

5 Compulsory MPU Subjects

MPU1 (to do 2 subjects)
  • MPU3113 Hubungan Etnik (Malaysian students)
  • MPU3123 Tamadun Islam dan Tamadun Asia (Malaysian students)
  • MPU3143 Bahasa Melayu Komunikasi 2 (International students)
  • MPU3173 Pengajian Malaysia 3 (International students)
MPU2 (choose 1)
  • MPU3213 Bahasa Kebangsaan A*
  • MPU3233 Leadership in Business

*for Malaysian students without a credit in SPM Bahasa Melayu

MPU3 (choose 1)
  • MPU3313 Comparative Ethics for Malaysia
  • MPU3323 Malaysian Constitution
  • MPU3333 Malaysian Digital Transformation
  • MPU3343 Career Pathways in the field of Behavioural Sciences in Malaysia
  • MPU3353 Personal Financial Planning in Malaysia
  • MPU3373 Goods & Services Tax in Malaysia
MPU4 (choose 1)
  • MPU3412 Co-curriculum – Sport 2
  • MPU3422 Co-curriculum – Community Service 2
  • MPU3432 Co-curriculum – Event Management 2

Most subjects follow the assessment pattern below:

  • Continuous assessment – 40%
  • Final examination – 60%
  • Total – 100%

January, March**, May, August, October**

** This intake is only applicable for those entering the program without being granted any exemptions.

Malaysian
International