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    RATIONALE:

     

    Kursus ini memberi tumpuan kepada perbincangan pusingan hubungan etnik di Malaysia yang merupakan satu proses dinamik hubungan sosial. Objektif kursus ini adalah untuk meningkatkan kefahaman konsep kepada integrasi sosial, gambaran hubungan etnik, konsep asas hubungan etnik, kepelbagaian dan masyarakat majmuk di Malaysia, perkembangan politik dan ekonomi dan Perlembagaan Malaysia dalam konteks hubungan etnik di Malaysia, integrasi dan menangani cabaran-cabaran, agama dan masyarakat, kerajaan dan sumbangan masyarakat dan Internet dan antara etnik.


     This course is to provide students an understanding of marketing functions which consist of identifying, anticipating and satisfying customer requirements profitably.  Students will acquire the knowledge of how a company does its planning and executes the conception of pricing promotion and distribution of ideas, goods and services to create exchanges that satisfy individual and organisational goals. Students will realise how marketing can integrate different business activities for the purpose of satisfying the needs of customers, so that they understand that their customer orientation is the essential driving force behind any successful business.


    The objectives of this course are to:

     

    ·         Understand how human resource management affects one’s career.

    ·          Understand the implications of human resource management issues for employees and job applicants especially from the managerial and supervisory perspectives.

    ·          Realise that there is a pertinent requirement to achieve a balance between the need for the company’s success and the need for the employee’s success.


    COURSE OBJECTIVES:

    The objectives of this course are to:

     

    ·       Understand the techniques used to prepare year-end financial statements of companies which comply with International Accounting Standards.

    ·       Understand financial statements and the relationships between their elements by using ratio analyses.

    ·       Understand the importance of an organization’s procedures and policies, including confidentiality procedures.


    Learning Outcomes:

    On successful completion of this course, students will be able to:

    Rationalize how economic concepts and ideas are used as the basis for decision making in business.

    Explain what is likely to happen in simple market situations when key variables are changed.

    Describe the different market structures in business and their implications.

    Explain how the price theory acts as the major drive in the economic markets.

    Appreciate the dilemma in resource allocation such as issues in efficiency, equity, market failure, social costs and externalities.


    This course is to provide students an understanding of supply chain functions which consist of coordination and collaboration with channel partners, which can be the source of suppliers, intermediaries, third-party service providers, and final customers.  Students will acquire the knowledge of how a company plans and executes the span of movement and storage of raw materials, work-in-process inventory, finished goods, information and finances from point of origin to point of consumption. Students will realise how supply chain can integrate design, planning, execution, control, and monitoring of supply chain activities with the objective of creating net value, building a competitive infrastructure, leveraging worldwide logistics, synchronizing supply with demand, and measuring performance globally.

    COURSE OBJECTIVES:

     

    The objectives of this course are to:

     

    ·       Understand how organisations record current and future costs and revenue data within the organisation.

    ·         Comprehend current and future costs and revenue.

     

    LEARNING OUTCOMES

     

    On successful completion of this course, students will be able to:

     

    ·         Explain the role of management accounting within an organization and the requirement for management information.

    ·         Describe costs by classification and behaviour.

    ·         Identify appropriate material, labour, and overhead costs.

    ·         Able to apply the principles of absorption and marginal costing.


    The objectives of this course are to:

    1. Understand the cash flow cycle

    2. Understand the importance of cash budget

    3. Understand the importance of working capital management


    On successful completion of this course, students will be able to:

    1. Explain the cash flow cycle.

    2. Relate the relationship of cash flow accounting with accruals accounting.

    3. Produce cash budgets and cash flow forecasts.

    4. Describe credit management methods and procedures.

    5. Describe cash management methods and procedures.

    6. Identify and implement adjustments, outlining the key factors to be considered when deciding on an appropriate source of long term finance.

    Course Objectives:

    1. To understand the technique used to prepare year-end financial statements of partnerships which comply with International Financial Reporting Standards.

    2. To understand how a consolidated balance sheet is prepared.

    3. To understand how a consolidated income statement is prepared.


    Learning Outcomes

    On successful completion of this course, students will be able to:

    1. Produce the financial statements for a partnership from the trial balance.

    2. Produce a consolidated balance sheet for a simple group.

    3. Produce a consolidated income statement for a simple group.

    COURSE OBJECTIVES:

     The objective of this course are to :

     ·       Expose student to concept, development, terminologies and theories of management.

    ·       Ensure students understand the function and important of management in the business environment.

    ·       Allow students to use appropriate management process and techniques for business.

     

    LEARNING OUTCOMES:


    On successful completion of this course, students will be able to:

    1.     Acquire a clear understanding of the objectives, roles functions and various forms of business organizations as they adapt to a dynamic and changing environment.

    2.     Acquire an in-depth understanding of the nature of the management process in action.

    3.     Acquire an in-depth understanding of the nature of the management process in action.

    4.     Relate the principles and theories of management to actual practices as applied to the functional organization of business and the effective performance of the workforce.

     

     


    Course Objectives:

    1. Understand the audit process from planning stage through to the reporting stage.

    2. Understand the techniques used in the conduct of internal audits.

    3. Understand the techniques used in the conduct of external audits.


    Learning Outcomes:

    1. Explain the rules of professional conduct relating to the ethics of integrity, objectivity, independence, and confidentiality and undertake audit procedures accordingly.

    2. Identify control objectives and weaknesses for an accounting system under review.

    3. Assess audit risks, produce an audit plan and design appropriate audit procedures.

    4. Carry out appropriate audit procedures in accordance with an audit plan on the basis of validly selected sample.

    5. Draw valid conclusions from the results of audit tests.

    6. Produce draft reports relating to an audit assignment.

    Course Objectives:

    The objectives of this course are to:

    * Understand the audit process from planning stage through to the reporting stage.

    * Understand the techniques used in the conduct of internal audits.

    * Understand the techniques used in the conduct of external audits.


    Learning Outcomes

    On successful completion of this course, students will be able to:

    * Explain the rules of professional conduct relating to the ethics of integrity, objectivity, independence and confidentiality and undertake audit procedures accordingly.

    * Identify control objectives and weaknesses for an accounting system under review.

    * Assess audit risks, produce an audit plan and design appropriate audit procedures.

    * Carry out appropriate audit procedures in accordance with an audit plan on the basis of a validly selected sample.

    * Draw valid conclusions from the results of audit tests.

    * Produce draft reports relating to an audit assignment.

    This course introduces students to marketing principles and policy. It examines

    historical and contemporary marketing philosophies, concepts, and theories. Topics of

    discussion include marketing functions, pricing policy and controls, product strategy,

    promotion strategy, trade channels and logistics, consumer behaviour, competitive

    strategy, the impact of environment on marketing and integration of marketing with other

    functions of business enterprises.

    Course Objective:

    The objectives of this course are to:

    • Provide an understanding of basic microeconomics ideas.
    • Create awareness on the implications of microeconomics ideas on business and non-business world.
    • Introduce the concepts of firms together with the various types of market structures.
    • Highlight the kinds of dilemmas arising from "efficient" resource allocation.

    Learning Outcomes:

    On successful completion of this course, students will be able to:

    • Rationalize how economics concepts and ideas are used as the basic for decision making in business.
    • Explain what is likely to happen in simple market situations when key variables are changed.
    • Describe the different market structures in business and their implications.
    • Explain how the price theory acts as the major drive in the economics markets.
    • Appreciate the dilemma in resource allocation such as issues in efficiency, equity, market failure, social costs and externalities.

    The rationale of this course is to develop the knowledge and skills in the understanding of the general legal framework, and of specific legal areas relating to business, recognising the need to seek further specialist legal advice etc which are all essential in business studies. 

     

    COURSE OBJECTIVES:

     

    The objectives of this course are to:

    ·         Provide students with knowledge in marketing concepts and theory.

    ·         Increase students’ awareness in various marketing activities and how these activities influence the market.

    ·         The course complements the syllabus of BM 213 Business Research, BM 214 Business Strategy, BM 223 Consumer Behaviour, and BM224 Customer Services.

     

    LEARNING OUTCOMES:

     

    On successful completion of this course, students will be able to:

    ·         Identify the micro and macro environment factors as well as the internal factors, which may affect a company’s marketing effectiveness, in both local and international contexts.

    ·         Describe the marketing mix, philosophies, and product life-cycle.

    ·         Appreciate the importance of developing long-term relationships with customers and other important individuals and groups in the marketing task environment, such as intermediaries and suppliers.

    ·         Appreciate internal marketing programs that can be effective in helping to create the right corporate spirit and culture in order to achieve customer focus and marketing orientation.


    Learning Outcomes:

    On successful completion of this course students will be able to:

    • Apply the basic mathematical calculations learnt to business situations.
    • Explain how basic business methods and techniques can be used in business situations.
    • Do some basic financial calculations e.g. simple, compound and effective rate of interest, net present value and internal rate of return.
    •  Explain the relevance of mathematical calculations as applied in specific functional areas in business e.g. linear inequalities, matrices and probabilities.

    On successful completion of this course, students will be able to:

    • Define real and nominal GDP using base year and current year prices.
    • Calculate the inflation and unemployment rate.
    • Explain the factors of production.
    • Describe the relationship between national saving, government deficits and investment.
    • Analyze the changes in economy policy which affect us such as how a government budget deficit affects the economy.
    • Appreciate the effects of free trade with other countries.

    This course introduces students to the fundamentals of logistics management.  Emphasis will be placed on the role of logistics in supporting various economic and organizational activities.  The course will also discuss contemporary logistics issues.

     

    COURSE OBJECTIVES:

     The objective of this course are to :

     ·         Introduce students to the business logistics industry.

    ·         Provide students with basic knowledge of logistics concepts and theories

    ·         Increase students’ awareness in various logistics activities and how these activities influence the business.

     

    LEARNING OUTCOMES:

    On successful completion of this course, students will be able to:

    ·         explain the role of logistics in economy and organization

    ·         describe the impact of logistics on various economic and organizational activities

    ·         describe the challenges faced by the logistics industry

     

     


    SYNOPSIS:

    This course is examines the various transportation issues surrounding road, rail, air, sea and pipeline mode of transportation. Related topics such as logistics intermediaries and management of transport fleet will also be discussed.


    COURSE OBJECTIVES:

    The objective of this course are to :

    Introduce to student the major transportation modes and logistics intermediaries.

    Familiarise students with the specialized term used in modes and carriers selection.

    Expose student to the different functions of freight forwarders.


    SYNOPSIS:

    This course is designed to familiarize students with the role of the warehousing functions. Emphasis is placed on the principles and system of warehouse management including warehousing operation system, layout, material handling equipment, packaging and cost controls.

     

    COURSE OBJECTIVES:

    The objective of this course are to :

    ·         Provide students with the knowledge of the principles and systems of warehouse management.

    ·         Familiarise students with the various warehouse management issues such as location selection, layout and organisation, and warehouse performance measurement.

     


    华人是马来西亚三大民族之一,对我国独立前及独立后的政治、经济、教育、文化等各个领域均有重大的贡献。对这些贡献的认识,可让学生了解先贤南来开荒僻地的历史背景,有助于认识本民族、建立民族自信心。对其他民族而言,则可在此基础上相互了解,促进国家团结。


    中国历史源远流长,近代的考古发现,更让中国的信史时代不断提前。本课程将从上古至中古时期的中国史作一概略的介绍,俾学生充分掌握中国历史知识,作为进一步学习中文系其他课程的背景知识。


    华人在移居大马的过程中,带来了中国民间信仰。从此中国民间信仰就在此落地生根,成为大马华人民间信仰的重要组成部分。今日中国已逐渐绝迹的传统民间信仰却能在大马华人民间信仰中发现其原有的内涵。另一方面,在本地其它文化的交流与影响下,大马华人民间信仰也出现了本土神灵,体现出大马华人具有多元化的民间信仰。通过这门课,学生可以进一步的认识大马华人的宗教信仰,并对民间宗教信仰持有正确的看法。

     

    Chinese immigrants brought their religions to Malaysia, which become a part of Malaysian Chinese religion. Nowadays Chinese traditional folk religions gradually disappear in China, but we can still find them in Malaysia. On the other hand, Malaysian Chinese worship their local spirits which was influenced by other cultures. Thus, Chinese studies student should be familiar with the Malaysian Chinese religion and have a correct opinion on folk belief.

    港台文学地位特殊、价值特殊。本课程开拓学生港台文学的知识领域和文学视野,与世界华文文学接轨。学生将认识港台文坛的主要作家及作品,并藉由文学作品细部的阅读,体悟香港与台湾的社会文化及思想变迁。

    文字学是研究汉字的性质,结构及形体演变的一门传统学问,是古代汉语的重要组成部分,它与汉语史、音韵学、词汇学、训诂学、考古学以及古籍整理等学科都有密切的联系。因此,通过本课程的学习,将帮助学生掌握汉字发展的历史过程。


    音韵学是研究汉语各个历史时期声、韵、调系统及其发展变化规律的一门传统学科,是古代汉语的重要组成部分。它与汉语史、汉语方言学、文字学、词汇学、训诂学、中国古代文学、中国古代史等学科都有密切的联系。因此,通过本课程的学习,将帮助学生掌握汉语音韵发展的历史过程


    本课程主要探讨语言的性质、结构规律、演变规律以及语言与文字的关系等方面的问题。通过语言学基本理论和基本概念的阐释,让学生为探讨语言学理论打下基础。


    中国历史源远流长,各朝代均有各自的历史特色。此外,从古至今中国对本区域的政治、经济、教育、宗教、文化等各个方面影响深远,在本区域文明发展史上扮演着极为重要的角色。中文系的学生可通过这门课全面了解中国历史。

    中国文化博大精深、源远流长,在漫长的历史提炼过程中,逐渐结晶为一系列优秀的文化。这些优秀文化对世界各地华人的进步和民族的延续、发展有着极为重要的作用,成为中华民族生存发展的精神动力。此外,它也对我国各族人民的文化产生或深或浅的影响。中文系的学生可通过这门课认识中国文化。

    本课程除要求学生掌握汉语的基础知识外,也培养学生观察、分析和解释汉语语音、词汇、语法现象的能力。因此,通过本课程的学习,将帮助学生掌握现代汉语的基本理论与知识。


    This course is designed as an introductory course to computer programming. It teaches a disciplined approach to solve problems and to apply widely accepted software engineering methods to design program solution using computers. In addition, it introduces the basic concepts of programming in C and provides many practical lessons to solve problems.

    This course is a study of the structure and characteristics of modern day computer systems. Emphasis will be placed on the function and operation of the central processing unit including the format of the instruction set, and a description of the instruction cycle. It will also cover the organisation of other components of a computer system such as busses, internal memory, external memory and I/O devices, and how they all work together to form a functioning computer system. Apart from emphasizing the fundamental principles of computer architecture, this course will cover the critical role of performance in driving computer design.


    This is the capstone course in the computing programme, where students work individually to develop a real-life information systems project from initiation to its implementation. Students will be provided with the practical experience in the planning, analysis, design, documentation, development, testing, implementation and project management of a computer-based information system. Students are given adequate freedom to develop information systems of their preference, ranging from conventional transaction processing systems, management information systems, to e-commerce applications on the WWW.

    As we enter the working world of Information Technology we will need to create new systems or manipulate current systems for our clients. This is an excellent stepping stone for students to be exposed from the beginning of the project such as the preliminary investigations until the implementation and maintenance of the finished product which includes all types of documentations. The system development project Part I consists of the documentation of the proposed system to be developed (in Part II). The documentation will cover a short proposal of the system, preliminary investigation, system analysis and system design.

    The Java programming language is designed to be object-oriented, with many built-in features that simplify interactive programming for Internet as well as for general-purpose business programs. Java language has become very popular in recent years due to its strong security features and the fact that it is platform independent. This course reinforces the object-oriented concepts of Java and provides many practical lessons to solve real life problems.

    This course introduces students to Microsoft Visual Basic theory and implementation. Due to its extraordinary combination of power and ease of use, Visual Basic has become the tool of choice for developing user-friendly Windows applications in the industry. The purpose of this course is to allow students to explore the use of the Visual Basic programming language to develop programs in the Windows operating environment.

    This course focuses on programming concepts such as arrays, characters and strings, pointers, user defined types and files using the C programming language. Good programming skill is essential for those who are interested in becoming a programmer or software engineer in the future. C programming language is selected because it is widely used in software development. Besides, it provides a concise introduction to writing C programs and a detailed treatment of decision-making and arithmetic operations in C is presented. It also has included four design elements to help students focus on the important aspects of program development, testing and debugging.

    The rationale of this course is to introduce the basic concept of computing practices on common software applications such as word processing, spreadsheet and slideshow presentation. Students will acquire the knowledge and skill of how to operate computer software and develop good practices on everyday computer operations.

    This course will explore the fundamental computing concepts that include hardware and software, data and information manipulation, programming languages, application packages and communications technologies.

    Apart from focusing on the four language skills, this course examines study skills such as referencing skills, answering questions techniques and note-taking, etc which are crucial to all college students.

    Occupation-related activities in the field of mass communication play an important role in the study of communication. In this course, students are exposed to reading from current journals, magazines and newspapers. In addition to basic writing skills, the writing activities focus on technical communication, organization and conventional formats for journalism, broadcasting and public relations.


    Students are introduced to workplace English. Thus, this spoken discourse for workplace is essential for all students. The course encompasses interviewing techniques, conducting group meetings, maintaining group discussions, holding panel discussions and debating skills.

    This module introduces the basic skills in the English Language which are required as a platform to function effectively in college life and during daily activities. It covers the mastery of basic vocabulary, sound system and grammar before the students are put into various role playing activities to boost their confidence.

    To be proficient in the four language skills and English grammar provides a solid foundation for studies at the tertiary level. As such, this course exposes students to the basic sound system of the English Language, the sentence structures and the tenses as a basis for enhancing the English proficiency.


    Apart from focusing on the four language skills, this course examines study skills such as referencing skills, answering questions techniques and note-taking, etc. which are crucial to all college students.

    This is a basic course to enhance students' proficiency in speaking. The course exposes students to various basic pronunciation practices, stress, rhythm and intonation. Situational role-plays and group discussions are also emphasized in sharpening students' competence and boosting their confidence in face-to-face communication. Students will be coached to analyse and solve problems. 

    This course introduces students to the register, conventions and etiquettes of writing in the business and management fields. Students would familiarize themselves with written discourse and correspondence commonly used in business and management.

    This is an advanced-level course with occupation-related activities in the field of mass communication. Readings from current journals, magazines and other publications on mass communication including newspapers will be used to expose classification, definition, instruction, and the cause and effect relationship. Writing activities will focus on technical communication, organization and conventional formats of journalism, broadcasting and public relations. Basic writing skills pertaining to language accuracy, tone, style, use of illustrative aids and appropriate vocabulary will also be revised. 

    This course introduces students to the various readings in computer science, information technology and multimedia to exhibit explanation, process, classification, definition, instruction, and the cause and effect relationship. It also exposes students to the formatting conventions and learning the organization for written descriptions, summaries and short reports. Students are also trained to write with focus on technical communication, listing, time sequence and the passive voice.

    Students are introduced to workplace English. Thus, this spoken discourse for workplace is essential for all students. The course encompasses interviewing techniques, conducting group meetings, maintaining group discussions, holding panel discussions and debating skills.

    A graduate with correct English pronunciation, stress and intonation would be more marketable. Thus, this course introduces students to English pronunciation, including positioning of speech organs, phonetic chart and its symbols, stress, rhythm, contractions and intonation.

    Speaking and writing to communicate on the job are essential skills for all college students. Thus, in this course, students are trained to take part in oral communication, writing business letters, fax and e-mail messages, reports, memoranda, notices, minutes of meetings and participating in meetings.

    Public speaking is a communication skill that all students have to acquire especially upon graduation. This course builds up students’ confidence in speaking in front of an audience and equip them with the skills in overcoming stage fright and developing visual aids for speeches.

    The significance and relevance of writing with a specific purpose and audience in mind can be done through adopting the specific genre in writing. These skills will benefit students throughout their lives.


    Malaysia is a unique pluralistic country, which is rich in ethnicity, culture and religion. This course creates the awareness that Malaysia is a country that tolerates the practice of various religions. With the knowledge of religious philosophies, Malaysians learn how to appreciate each other’s religion with respect and admiration.


    Kursus ini membincangkan ilmu ketamadunan yang meliputi pengenalan ilmu ketamadunan, perkembangan dan interaksi ketamadunan dalam Tamadun Islam, Melayu, Cina, India, serta isu ketamadunan kontemporari dalam Tamadun Islam dan Tamadun Asia. Kursus ini bertujuan memberi kefahaman mengenai setiap elemen tersebut dan implikasinya terhadap proses pembangunan negara. Selain itu, perbincangan dan perbahasan dalam kursus ini turut berperanan dalam usaha melahirkan pelajar yang mengetahui warisan sejarah negara, memupuk nilai murni, mempunyai jati diri kebangsaan dan menghargai kepelbagaian



    COURSE OBJECTIVE
    • Understand the modes and tools that can be utilized to conduct negotiations.

    • Understand how to make the most effective use of time for negotiation preparation.

    • Comprehend the benefits of a wide range of persuasion techniques which are effective in organizational and personal negotiations.

    • Be aware of the most commonly used tricks, traps and ploys used in negotiation and how to deal with them.




    LEARNING OUTCOMES

    • This course introduces students to a systematic staging for negotiations at all levels of interaction.

    • EXAMPLE:  Highly practical, involving role-play, analysis, feedback on performance, and action planning.

    • EFFECT: Students will explore their own negotiating styles and investigate other approaches.

    •  Students will also have the opportunity to practice analyzing win-win situations, as well as the best alternative to a negotiated agreement, (BATNA.)




     




    This course introduces students to the theories and concepts of digital media such as animation, interactive and motion graphics. By practising the digital post production, students will be introduced to digital animation and digital visual effects. Five key topics of digital production are covered in this course namely:

     

    • The introduction to digital animation.
    • Developing and animation movement.
    • Introduction to motion graphics.
    • Understanding typography and its characteristics.
    • The technology behind the production.

    The course is designed to improve the participants' job related English Language skills.

    This module prepares the participants to be able to handle the passive voice confidently, hone their oral presentation skills, compile business documents, handle work-related texts at the workplace and to prepare/participate in a meeting.

    A music appreciation course can be a window into a better understanding of music of all types. The rationale of this course is to introduce the students to fundamentals of musical elements, different types of musical instruments and introduction to Western Music.


    This course is designed to enable students to appreciate music and understand on how it can impact their lives. The students also will be able to learn several elements of music such as rhythm melody and melody texture. They will also be given an insight into the primary musical periods of Western music. The teaching methods that will be used are through listening to music in class, engaging in class discussions, creating their own style of music and completing presentations.


    This course is not a course where knowledge is easily translated into behaviour.  It requires students to encompass levels of personal development which begins at the level of self, society and moves to a national and global level. Generally, the course ensures that students will gain various soft skills. Specifically, emphasis is given to effective communication skills in various situations, information management skills for life time learning, critical thinking skills, problem solving and leadership and teamwork. Various learning modes will be used with greater emphasis on the learning approach that is contract based via projects, activities and services.


    Course Overview

    Practical ethical principles should be taught to create awareness of morality among students and thus encourage them to reflect on the ethical issues and moral values during their learning processes.


    Course Objectives:

    The key objective of this course are to:

    - Understand the moral reasoning of good deeds

    - Comprehend the elements needed to guide a moral being that moves towards the direction that forms a mentally healthy individual

    - Understand the effects of morality on communities

    Kursus ini mewujudkan minat di kalangan para pelajar bukan warganegara untuk memudahkan urusan dalam pelbagai situasi harian melalui pembelajaran bahasa rasmi negara Malaysia dengan tujuan mengembangkan ilmu pengetahuan, hal-hal persendirian dan kemasyarakatan.

    Matapelajaran Bahasa Kebangsaan (A) ini mewujudkan minat di kalangan para pelajar pada tahap intelek mereka dan melahirkan semangat kenegaraan melalui pembelajaran bahasa rasmi negara Malaysia dengan tujuan mengembangkan ilmu pengetahuan, hal-hal persendirian and kemasyarakatan dalam konteks rasmi, kreatif dan bukan kreatif melalui lisan dan penulisan.

    This course introduces students to various aspects of dramatic performance in English, ranging from developing one's acting skills and the principles of playwriting to props and costumes design. The final product of this course would be a performance in front of a live audience. In preparation for this performance, students will learn how to write a script and put together the components of a show. 

    The single most important purpose in the training of a singing voice should be to develop or make possible the development of the utmost potential of that voice. The ultimate goal to be reached is the ability to sing the literature for a particular type of voice - soprano, mezzo, or contralto; tenor, baritone or bass. Vocal literature in itself sets up the goals or objectives for the singer to reach: quality, diction, agility, dynamic control, range, interpretation and style, and good vocal condition.

    The course is designed to improve the participants' job related English Language skills.

    This module exposes the participants to the suprasegmental features of pronunciation in English, telephoning skills and writing skills at intermediate level. It also provides the mastery of developing internal business documents and negotiating skills in a discussion which are essential at workplace.

    The course is conducted across six weeks with 3-hour sessions per week. The mode of study involves interactive lectures, discussion, role plays and experimental learning.

    At the end of the course, participants are expected to be able to:

    (i) speak with the correct application of stress and intonation

    (ii) write/speak with the correct mechanics of grammar

    (iii) initiate and participate in telephone conversations confidently

    (iv) develop short texts/internal documents using the correct format and genre

    (v) interpreting linear and non-linear texts

    (vi) demonstrate negotiating skills effectively in a discussion


    Exploration Camp 2015This is camp purposed for high school students to participate and get familiar with the college's facilities and faculties.

    It will be held on 18-19 of December 2015.

    It will be a 2 days 1 night event.


    COURSE OBJECTIVES: The objective of this course are to : • Introduce to students the concept of effective time management. • Expose to students methods of organizing work schedule and spending time profitably. • Familiarize them with the techniques for improving time management such as establishing goals and setting priorities and setting realistic deadlines. LEARNING OUTCOMES: On successful completion of this course, students will be able to: 1. Produce professional-class graduates who are able to fulfill the requirements, challenges and development of the profession, economy and nation as a whole. 2. Develop managerial skills in graduates so as to be effective decision makers, information managers and planners in organisational finance. 3. Build professionalism in their work and duties as certified private or public accountants in both public and private organisations.

    This course covers the applied aspect of plant tissue culture. The content of the entire course can be used as a platform for interactive learning and supplementary teaching by the lecturer. Self learners will find this course a little too abstract unless they have some basic knowledge of chemistry and botany. This course was created by Dr. Chow Yong Neng and used by him for 2 batches of students from Beijing Normal University. It is at senior or professional level in terms of the rigour.

    This is a typical way that e-learning platforms like Moodle is used to complement & supplement face-to-face learning in the classroom. The content is not fully "self-contained" and will need the instructor's inputs and feedback to learners. Most likely you will have your Moodle courses in this category while moving on to the "self-contained" category requires a lot more work and content.

    The course is designed to improve the participants' job related English Language skills.

    This module exposes the participants to the suprasegmental features of pronunciation in English, telephoning skills and writing skills at intermediate level. It also provides the mastery of developing internal business documents and negotiating skills in a discussion which are essential at workplace.

    The course is conducted across six weeks with 3-hour sessions per week. The mode of study involves interactive lectures, discussion, role plays and experimental learning.

    At the end of the course, participants are expected to be able to:

    (i) speak with the correct application of stress and intonation

    (ii) write/speak with the correct mechanics of grammar

    (iii) initiate and participate in telephone conversations confidently

    (iv) develop short texts/internal documents using the correct format and genre

    (v) interpreting linear and non-linear texts

    (vi) demonstrate negotiating skills effectively in a discussion



    The course is designed to improve the participants' job related English Language skills.

    This module introduces the basic skills in the English Language which are required as a platform to function effectively at workplace. It covers the mastery of basic vocabulary, sound system and grammar before the participants are put in various role playing activities to use the 4 skills of the language at workplace.

    The course is conducted across six weeks with 3-hour sessions per week. The mode of study involves interactive lectures, discussion, role plays and experimental learning.

    At the end of the course, participants are expected to be able to:

    (i) speak with the correct pronunciation of individual sounds

    (ii) write/speak with the correct mechanics of grammar

    (iii) participate in short conversations confidently

    (iv) construct simple sentences which are error free

    (v) develop paragraphs with topic sentences and supporting details

    (vi) identify information in a given text using skimming and scanning skills

    Role Play Assessment Some of the participants taking part in the role play activity
    This is the sandbox provided to those who may not be familiar with Moodle to play around the various features, creating content etc.


    In time, you will want to create your own course. If you are signing on to this sandbox, please create a new topic and refrain from deleting or editing other people's.

    This is an introductory course provided by Moodle for its new service, Moodlecloud. It gives a quick start guide to novice in using Moodle.

    The learning content provided in this course is to prepare a learner to take on the certification assessment.

    This is an example of a "self-contained" and "self-learning" course that a trainer / lecturer can put up for learners to study on their own.

    1. To report on project assigned by management
    2. To raise proposal/issue that required management's approval 

    1. To report on project assigned by management
    2. To raise proposal/issue that required management's approval 

    The objectives of this course are to:

     

    • ·         Demonstrate to students the differences between qualitative and quantitative approaches to communication research.
    • ·         Expose them to the major research methods and approaches in communication studies.

    • Make students understand the various statistics that can be derived from correctly sampled and collected data.

    This course introduces students to the theories and concepts of digital media such as animation, interactive and motion graphics. By practising the digital post production, students will be introduced to digital animation and digital visual effects. Five key topics of digital production are covered in this course namely:

     

    • The introduction to digital animation.
    • Developing and animation movement.
    • Introduction to motion graphics.
    • Understanding typography and its characteristics.
    • The technology behind the production.

    Synopsis: This course provides students with the knowledge of media laws and policies in Malaysia, as it is crucial for media practitioners to know the laws and policies that govern and regulate the industry in the country. This will enable them to undertake media practice professionally.

    Course Objectives:

    The objectives of this course are to:

    •  Introduce students to the laws and policies that regulate the media industry in the country.
    •  Study the relevant legal concepts and issues pertaining to media law.
    •   Provide students an insight into the history of media law in Malaysia.

    Learning Outcomes:

    On successful completion of this course, students will be able to:

    • Gain an insight into the relationship between media law and policy.
    • Discuss the legal aspects of the media and their policies in Malaysia.
    • Have analytical and critical thinking in the context of media law ad policy.

    •This module builds on the concepts studied in Radio Production 1 at Level 5. It requires critical analysis of examples of radio output, and practical work in radio programming and production. It will give a combination of theoretical and practical understandings of the latest styles, trends and developments in radio, and the effects of developing technologies on radio platforms and delivery.

    The art of adapting oneself to people in an organization is really important these days.It provides the impetus for students to comprehend and appreciate real-life team work experiences. Students may realise their ambition and ascertain their career path from the experience gained during this course

    该课程让学生了解都市新闻学的领域,并让学生学习诠释、分析及书写与都市新闻有关的课题。该课程将讨论城市新闻学的类型,并以宏观角度探讨马来西亚的课题。


    MC105 Advanced News Reporting and Writing
    Classification : Core
    Unit                : 3                     
    Lecturer         : Heran Niruba
    Email             : heran@hju.edu.my
    Prerequisites : MC104 Basic News Reporting and Writing

    About the course:

    This course discusses the writing and reporting techniques which are necessary for covering beats like politics, business, environment and sports. It also delves into investigative and interpretative reporting, column-writing and broadcast news writing and reporting. This is very much a hands-on course where students sharpen their skills in writing and reporting on specialised topics.


    Course Objectives:
    (i)  Give an insight into beat reporting
    (ii) Delve into investigative and interpretative reporting, column writing and broadcast news writing & reporting

    Learning Outcomes:
    (i)  Translate theoretical concepts into practical application in beat reporting task
    (ii)  Undertake reporting tasks for the print, broadcast and online media

    This course focuses on the fundamentals of the public relations practice and traces the history and development of the public relations profession. It discusses the various publics, the critical element in public relations practice and reviews its professional relationship with the media, employees, consumers, community and investors. It also reviews the theories that are the underpinnings of the public relations practice and explored the ethical and legal environment of the practice.

    COURSE OBJECTIVES:
    The key objectives of this course are to:

    • To introduce students to the nature of human communication.
    • To familiarise students with the basic key concepts and theories in communication studies
    • To provide students with the dynamics of different communications settings
    • To impart students the barriers of effective communication

    An introduction to the basic knowledge and procedure of radio production which entails script writing and the technical aspects of producing a radio programme. Various elements such as types of radio programme, hardware in audio studio, use of music and sound will be introduced to the students. Besides, hands-on experience through producing radio drama, short announcements and one-hour on air radio programme (TF25) will help the students for better understanding in radio production.


    This course introduces students to the knowledge on news editing and understand the importance of news editing and sub-editing in the newsroom. They will also learn on the skills and the process of the editing skills in this subject

    This course discussed the writing and reporting techniques that are necessary for covering beats like politics, business, environment and sports. It also delves into investigative and interpretative reporting, column writing and broadcast news writing and reporting. This is very much a hands-on course where students sharpen their skills by writing and reporting on specialised topics

    In this course, research methods are presented as a model for systematic inquiry and critical thinking about issues of race / ethnicity, class, gender and the effects of mass produced culture on individuals and society. Students are introduced to research concepts, quantitative and qualitative methods and statistics which enable them to undertake research projects at tertiary level.


    This course provides students with the fundamental theories and practical knowledge in photojournalism. It deals with the relevant equipment and techniques of photography as a medium of communication and creative expression.


    GenerThis course introduces students to the field of journalism which includes news concept, newsworthiness and structure of the editorial department. They will also learn to identify news and locate sources for news stories, conduct successful interviews and report news. This course also deals with the ethical considerations confronted by journalists

    This course introduces students to the field of journalism which includes news concept, newsworthiness and structure of the editorial department. They will also learn to identify news and locate sources for news stories, conduct successful interviews and report news. This course also deals with the ethical considerations confronted by journalists


    GeneraThis course introduces students to the field of journalism which includes news concept, newsworthiness and structure of the editorial department. They will also learn to identify news and locate sources for news stories, conduct successful interviews and report news. This course also deals with the ethical considerations confronted by journalists

    GeneralThis course introduces students to the field of journalism which includes news concept, newsworthiness and structure of the editorial department. They will also learn to identify news and locate sources for news stories, conduct successful interviews and report news. This course also deals with the ethical considerations confronted by journalists


    With the fast growing development in technologies, new materials and tools emerged almost every day. Media planning’s skill is needed to evaluate and determine most cost effective way to run a campaign that reaches the target prospects.


    Non-fiction television production or Documentary film is a broad category of visual expressions that is based on the attempt, in one fashion or another, to "document" reality. Throughout this course, students will learn on how to produce short and long documentary. The main idea is on how to communicate the ideas uisng the genre of documentary, which is based solely on facts. Students will also learn on how to present their ideas in the context of content.


    This course teaches students to apply the concepts and principles of broadcasting production in the changing field of multi-media production. It emphasises the practical application of concepts and principles of broadcasting production. The course will equip the students with a portfolio of their final productions to embark on a career in broadcasting, producing programmes and public service announcements for television studios and advertisements for advertising agencies and production houses.

    良好的编辑是生产优质报章、广播及网络新闻的窍门。整齐的页面将提高新闻机构的公信力。由此可见,新闻系学生必须学习娴熟的编辑及排版的程序,以便创作优质的版面。

    With the advancement of information technologies today, advertiser and manufacturers are facing a mass audience who are smart in deciding what to buy. Advertising has to be integrated with different elements in order to setup a great campaign for these audiences. Today’s savvy consumers have taken control of the buying experience by managing whom they buy from, as well as when, where, and how they do their buying. Thus, product branding alone is not enough to create an effective awareness amongst consumer. The use of integrated of various medias will create a good advertising campaign with effective messages. This subject is to provide the best understanding and skills in advertising campaign works and processes.


    基本原理:

     

    在报章创立初期,人情趣味的故事早已是报纸的重要部分。此外,类似的写作方式成为杂志出版的基础模式,所以特写在报纸及杂志的可持续发展上占有重要的角色。特写在媒体中的角色包括告知与娱乐。在该课程中,学生会学习不同的特写类型及书写特写的方法。


    课程目标:

  • 让学生认识特写的基础知识。
  • 让学生实践为媒体书写特写的经验。
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    基本原理:

     

    该课程是建立在初级采访与写作的基础上,并专注于专线报道,比如法庭新闻、体育新闻等,还包括调查性报道、广播及网络新闻。在该课程中,学生将实践初级采访与写作中所学到的采访及书写技巧。在短时间内,该课程让学生具备为印刷、广播及网络执行报道任务时,专注于新闻价值高的事件的能力。

     

    课程目标:

    1. 深入探讨固定路线报道。
    2. 探究深度报道、解释性报道、广播新闻及网络新闻的书写与报道。