English Taught Courses.

Incoming undergraduate exchange students for 1 Semester or 2 Semester program may refer to the list of courses available by faculty below. List of courses MUST be chosen from one host faculty only.

Faculty of Economics and Management (FEP).

ProgrammeCodeCourse NameNo. of CreditDescriptionSemester Offered
Business Management EPPD1063Computer Applications3This course is to expose the basic concept of information system
and the practical application of latest computer software in business and economic. It introduces information technology concepts such as hardware, software, operating system,
database, network, internet and telecommunication as well as issues related to ethics and cyber security. The main element of the course covers practical skills using basic components of
Microsoft Office which is widely used in business and economic: Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Access. This course also covers the concept of multimedia/hypermedia, basic programming language (HTML) and blog development using blogspot platform
(www.blogger.com). Students also being exposed with Web 2.0 applications and the skill to integrate all learning applications.
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EconomicsEPPE3023International Economy3This course aims to provide understanding of the
theory and basic concepts in international economy
that covers topics in international trade and
international finance. The discussion of topics in this
course will cover the foundation of early and modern
international trade theory, tariff and nontariff barriers,
economic integration, international factor movements,
the balance of payments and foreign exchange
markets and the world financial system. At the end of
this course, students should be able to discuss the

relevance of international economic theory with real-
world issues and related policies.
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ManagementEPPM2033International Business3This course aims to expose students to various business aspects that influence firms operations in international market, and how they deal with the pressures from the globalization. Students learn about different national environments such as culture, political, legal, financial and economic systems that influence business practices and strategies. In addition, this course explores components of international business that influence cross border activities namely international trade theories, government trade policies, regional integration, foreign direct investment and financial environment in globalization era. Furthermore, students will examine the management of international business operations, focusing on the functional areas of organization like human resources, marketing and operations. Additionally, the topic on emerging markets will be one of the interesting topics in this course.1
ManagementEPPM4014Strategic Management4This course aims to expose students to strategic management of business entities.
Students will be informed of the needs and responsibilities of the top management
in sustaining or increasing competitiveness through planning and implementing
strategies. This course also helps students analyze the internal and external
environments of business entities, and provides guidance on how to develop and
implement appropriate strategies for a business entity. Students will be trained to
analyze internal and external business environment, and will be guided to develop
and devise strategic implementation plan for a company. In addition, this course
will also discuss global issues and current trend faced by the top management of a
company.
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Management EPPM3423International Marketing3This course aims to provide international marketing
knowledge to students. Theories, concepts and
international marketing issues will be discussed. A
decision-oriented approach will be emphasized during
discussion of marketing concepts and strategies. The
main topics include the international marketing
environment, marketing opportunities assessment in
the global market and the formation and management
of marketing mix activities internationally. This course
analyses the market critically to identify international
marketing opportunities and develop international
marketing strategies.
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Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities (FSSK).

ProgrammeCodeCourse NameNo. of CreditDescriptionSemester OfferedMedium Language
English Language Studies (ELS)SKBE1003Foundation English3This course is considered equivalent to SKPD1033 English for Social Sciences. As the level of proficiency of the BA ELS students is higher compared to those from other programmes in the Social Sciences, this course is thus offered only to students of the BA ELS programme at PPBL. In this course students are able to develop a deeper understanding of how the English language system works. Students will explain, analyse, talk and present the grammar of. English language by elaborating on how the grammar and the English language system work. Students will compare and synthesise the structure and use of the English language. Through activities that focus on accuracy more than fluency, students are able to speak, write and read better. They are also able to correct common errors as well as ambiguities. 1English
English Language Studies (ELS)SKBE1013Oral Communication3This course is designed to help students majoring in English Language studies to improve their pronunciation, oral proficiency and their ability to communicate in various social settings. Students will learn the basic principles of English sound system, with special emphasis on segmental and suprasegmental aspects of the language. Students will be able to sharpen their oral skill through various activities including learning to use IPA symbols and pronouncing dictionary, using speech analysis software (assessing students’ own pronunciation problem), remedial exercises, oral presentation, interactive drills and project. At the end of the course students will:

1) have developed an awareness of how standard English is normally spoken;
2) have improved their speech intelligibility; and
3) be able to speak confidently with minimal pronunciation mistakes.
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English Language Studies (ELS)SKBE3073Malaysia in Narration 3This course will introduce students to a variety of genres by Malaysian writers writing in English. Translated works in Malay and vernacular languages will also be highlighted. Emphasis will be given to the cultural, social and political aspects highlighted in this literature in line with the post-colonial context. This course paves the way to expose Malaysian literature on a wider scale and to provide opportunities to learn about and to interact with local writers. Writers that will be studied include Lloyd Fernando, K.S. Maniam, Muhammad Haji Salleh, Hillary Tham, Shirley Lim.1English
Media CommunicationSKKP1033Introduction to Intercultural Communication3Intercultural communication is a symbolic process that involves interaction
between people from differing cultural perceptions. It is the process of sharing
of meanings that is complex and dynamic, characterised by particular norms
and practices within a historical, economic, political and social context. This
course introduces a conceptual framework, identifies challenges of interaction
in everyday life and explores contemporary intercultural communication issues
at national and international levels. At the end of the course students will be
able to distinguish the similarities and differences between cultures, the
challenges at the local and global levels, as well as improve their intercultural
interaction skills.
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Art (Malay Letters)SKMB1023Fonetik Bahasa Melayu3Kursus ini memperkenalkan pelajar tentang aspek dasar fonetik artikulatori, akustik dan persepsi. Pelajar akan didedahkan kepada aspek teori tentang artikulasi pertuturan, organ-organ pertuturan, simbol-simbol fonetik, Abjad Fonetik Antarabangsa, transkripsi oral, serta penghasilan bunyi konsonan dan vokal bahasa Melayu. Pelajar akan dilatih untuk menghasilkan dan menanggapi bunyi-bunyi pertuturan, di samping melakukan transkripsi fonetik data dialek Melayu.1Malay
Art (Malay Letters)SKMB1063Pengantar Kajian Bahasa Melayu3Kursus ini mengkaji sistem bahasa Melayu dari aspek formal dan aplikasinya. Perbincangan aspek formal meliputi fonologi, morfologi, sintaksis dan semantik, manakala dari aspek aplikasi merangkumi bidang psikolinguistik, sosiolinguistik, sejarah linguistik, dialektologi dan lain-lain.1Malay
Art (Malay Letters)SKMB2123Sociolinguistic of Malay Language 3This course discusses on language and society in
relation to gender, age, social stratification and politics
of language. The theory of language change and the
research methodology in sociolinguistic will also
discuss to relate with the social factors mentioned
above.
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Malay Language StudiesSKMB3233Sejarah Bahasa Melayu3Kursus ini membicarakan sejarah perkembangan bahasa Melayu sejak awal
hingga kini. Aspek yang dibincangkan ialah bentuk (ejaan, istilah,
perkamusan) dan fungsi bahasa Melayu pada zaman awal, zaman
pertengahan dan zaman moden. Kursus ini turut membincangkan faktor-
faktor yang mendorong perkembangan bahasa Melayu bagi setiap zaman.
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Art (Malay Letters)SKMK3053Industri Budaya3Kursus ini menumpukan perhatian terhadap produk budaya sebagai
industri. Kursus ini juga memperkenalkan beberapa perkara dasar
mengenai industri dan komponen pengeluaran. Sejarah perkembangan
industri seni budaya juga disentuh. Perbincangan mengenai institusi-
institusi yang terlibat serta elemen-elemennya turut dibincangkan. Kursus
ini membolehkan pelajar membandingkan antara idealisme dan pragmatik
dalam produk seni budaya.
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Art (Malay Letters)SKMM1033Sastera Rakyat3Membincangkan sastera rakyat Melayu sebagai sebahagian daripada tradisi
lisan berbentuk pengujaran. Perbincangan meliputi konsep, teori,
pendekatan, genre, klasifikasi sastera rakyat Melayu dan kerja lapangan.
Selain itu, latar belakang masyarakat pendokong, pembawa tradisi,
penutur, khalayak dan persembahan serta hubungannya dengan kosmologi
Melayu turut dikaji.
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Art (Malay Letters)SKMM2013Adat Istiadat Melayu3Kursus ini membicarakan adat resam orang Melayu yang meliputi Adat
Pepatih, Adat Temenggong dan adat-adat etnik bumiputera yang lain
seperti Iban, Kadazan,dan Bajau. Pembicaraan ini bukan sahaja dari segi
amalan kebiasaan yang melibatkan upacara dan adat istiadat tetapi sistem
sosial yang berkaitan dengannya seperti kekerabatan, perkahwinan, susun
lapis, kepimpinan dan kegiatan ekonomi seperti pertanian. Turut
dibincangkan juga persamaan, perbezaan dan tahap perubahan dalam adat-
adat tersebut dahulu hingga sekarang.
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Art (Malay Letters)SKMM2093Novel Melayu3Kursus ini membincangkan perkembangan novel, pengarang dan
penerbitan mulai akhir abad yang ke-19 sehingga kini. Pemaparan
kehidupan manusia Malaysia dapat ditinjau melalui novel-novel yang
dihasilkan. Dalam masa yang sama ia dilihat sebagai rakaman intelektual
zaman dan rakaman pemikiran tentang cabaran yang dihadapi oleh
masyarakat sezaman.
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Art (Malay Letters)SKMM2123Pelancongan dan Produk Budaya3Kursus ini membicarakan perkaitan antara pelancongan dengan
kebudayaan Melayu terutamanya dengan produk budaya. Perbincangan
tentang pelancongan serta perkembangannya meliputi konsep, jenis,
prasarana, dasar dan peranan kerajaan serta agensi swasta. Produk budaya
yang dibincangkan termasuklah budaya harian, budaya pentas dan kraf.
Pengeluaran dan prasarana dan pemasaran produk itu turut dibincangkan.
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Faculty of Engineering and Built Environment (FKAB).

ProgrammeCodeCourse NameNo. of CreditDescriptionSemester Offered
Civil EngineeringKKCE1122Engineering Dynamics2The aim of this course is to provide an in-depth

understanding of physic from matriculation or pre-
university level. It will also encourage students’ critical

thinking on the application and relationship of physics
especially to engineering problems and everyday life.
The course cover kinematics of a particle, kinetics of a
particle: Newton’s second law of motion (force and
acceleration), principle of work and energy, principle of
impulse and momentum. The topics are then extended
to kinematic of rigid bodies, plane motion of rigid
bodies: force and acceleration, principle of work and
energy, principle of impulse and momentum, and
introduction of vibrations. The course implementation
involves of lectures and tutorials. Student will be
exposed to animation problems and animation
examples. A small project will be given to the students.
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Civil Engineering KKKH2113Geology and Soil Mechanics3The aim of this course is to expose the students to the
foundations of geology and geotechnical engineering
by giving due attention to the applications and
practices of geotechnical engineers through exercises,
laboratory works and assignments. Exposures are
given to students on the basic principles of geology
and its application in civil engineering through basic
understanding given from topics on rocks of igneous,
sedimentary and metamorphic origin, surface
processes, geological structures, geological maps
interpretation, plate tectonic and formation of rocks in
Malaysia. The second part of the course entails the
basic principles of geotechnical engineering that
covers basic soil properties, classification of soils,
compaction, permeability, seepage and effective stress
of soils. Laboratory works involve tests on Atterberg
limits, specific gravity, permeability and compaction.
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Civil Engineering KKKH3113Water Distribution System and Sewerage Networks3The main objective of this course is to introduce
students to the fundamental theory and basic design of
water and wastewater engineering. This course
comprises two major branches of civil engineering;
water supply and wastewater engineering. Topics on
water supply included in the syllabus are water
demand calculation, water resources determination,
water intake, water distribution system, pipe
reticulation, pipe appurtenances and pumping system.
For wastewater engineering, the main elements that
will be discussed are wastewater generation,
wastewater collection system and conveyance and
wastewater treatment. This course is designed to
equip students on the water supply reticulation and
sewerage system, particularly for their integrated
design project. Besides traditional lectures, students
will be given a small-scale project to design both
reticulation and sewerage pipelines on a specific
development area.
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Civil Engineering KKKH3143Transportation Engineering3The aim of this course this course is to provide
knowledge, understanding and synthesis of the main
areas in transportation engineering. The course
content includes the characteristics of the traffic and
roads, traffic control devices, human factors in
transportation, transportation planning and
management, the concept of intelligent transport
systems, research and transport modelling, economic
evaluation methods of engineering, funding method
and environmental effect/impact assessment (EIA) for
the transport projects development. This course also
clarifies about the concept of planning and design of
land, air and water transportation.
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Civil Engineering KKKH3173Construction Management3The aim of this course this course is to provide
knowledge, understanding and discuss of the main
parts in construction industry. The course content
includes; the construction sectors, project players,
professional affiliations, contract documents, contract
administration, construction manager task, process of
design and construction, safety and quality and project
risks. Students will also be introduced to the
application of industrial revolution 4.0 in the
construction sector. This course will be conducted by
student centred learning where student will be given
variety of task throughout the semester.
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Civil Engineering KKKH4343Groundwater Engineering3Water is certainly the most vital physical resource as it
is the one that is important to human survival.
Understanding the global water cycle and how we use
water is essential to planning a sustainability source of
water for the future. Groundwater is one of the option
to support areas that do not have enough water. This
course is designed to provide significant details on
groundwater flow. It covers the role of groundwater in
the hydrologic cycle, the relation of groundwater flow
to geologic structure, fundamentals of subsurface flow
and groundwater flow to well.
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Civil Engineering KKKH4413Solid Waste Management3This course provides knowledge and skills in solid and
hazardous waste management, treatment, disposal
and recycling options for solid wastes towards
achieving resources conservation and contributing to a
low carbon economy. The key engineering and
technical aspects involved are the principles of
integrated solid waste management, waste sources,
amount of generation, characteristics, collection,
transport and transfer, waste reduction, reuse,
recycling, treatment and disposal. The course also
provides an understanding on governance, legislation,
technical and societal issues related to municipal solid
waste and hazardous waste management.

Applications of decision support tools including multi-
criteria analysis, carbon foot-printing and life-cycle analysis are introduced.
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Civil Engineering KKKH4443Road Construction3The goal of this course is to give knowledge,
understanding and synthesis of the key areas in the
construction and road maintenance methods and
highways. Emphasis is given to the introduction of the
concept and process of road construction, surveys and
site investigation, earthworks operations, aggregates
and binders used in road construction. Students also
will be exposed on road designs. Finally students will
be exposed to methods of assessment and
maintenance of the flexible pavement. Students are
also required to be Ability to understand and analyse
the methods of construction and maintenance through
the problems presented in the projects.
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Civil Engineering KKKH4473Wastewater Treatment3The objective of the course is to introduce students to
the various methods and processes used in
wastewater treatment before discharge into natural
water bodies. The topics also include the
environmental legislations or laws related to
wastewater discharge, as well as the involvement of
government agencies that monitor and enforce
environmental laws or any constituents involved in
treating wastewater. At the end of the course, students
would be Ability to choose the appropriate and
sustainability treatment process required to treat
wastewater and sludge for a community.
Subsequently, they would to carry out detailed design
for a municipal wastewater treatment system
consisting of the primary, secondary and tertiary
treatment depending on the treatability requirement.
Sludge management including sludge reuse is also
covered.
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Civil Engineering KKKH4513Geographical Information System (GIS)3The aim of the course is to give students exposure on
Geographic Information System (GIS) to the field of
civil engineering. The course contains including the
basic concepts relevant to the application of GIS in the
environmental and civil engineering aspect. The focus
of the course is the theory of GIS to civil engineering
applications. The main topics covered are;
a) The basic concept and development of GIS in Civil
Engineering
b) Data Processing such as data collection, data
processing, and database management, spatial
analysis, data manipulation and data output
c) Integration of GIS, Global Positioning System (GPS)
and Remote Sensing in civil engineering solutions
d) Solving the Civil Engineering problem using GIS
(current issue)
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Civil Engineering KKKH4543Urban Transport Planning3The objective of this course is to give knowledge,
understanding and synthesis in urban transport
problems, management and planning. This course
includes urban transport planning processes, transit
system (MRT, LRT, Commuter train), bus services,
land use and transport demand, socio-economic
pattern, transport modeling, forecasting transport
demand, formulation of transport policies, urban traffic
control, sustainability urban transport, traffic impact
analysis, environmental impact analysis, financial
analysis, road safety, traffic calming and intelligent
transport system.
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Mechanical and Manufacturing EngineeringKKKM4352Recent Topics in Mechanical Engineering2The objective of this course is to provide the student
about recent trends in mechanical engineering in line
with the development of the 4th industrial revolution.
As an introduction, the early topics include how
engineering solutions have contributed to increased
community health, basic infrastructure and other basic
necessities which were not available three or four
decades ago. The middle topics cover latest
technological advancements in advanced materials,
vehicle technologies, applied mechanics, advanced
manufacturing and precision engineering. The last
section is intended to raise students’ awareness on the
needs to preserve resources, reduce pollutions, find
new technologies, preserve environment and
community-friendly acts with the aims of sustainable
and improved human civilization.
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Mechanical and Manufacturing EngineeringKKKM4362Finite Element Analysis2The course aims to provide knowledge, understanding
and enables the students to analyse a problem using
finite element analysis. This course covers topics such
as introduction and brief history, types of elements and
terminology, stress and equilibrium, boundary
conditions, a direct and mathematical approach.
Modeling element with shape functions, potential
energy and Galerkin approach, formation of stiffness
matrix and finite element formulas. 2-D axisymmetric
problem. Isoparametric elements and numerical
integration with higher-order elements. 2-D and 3-D
frame problem with finite element analysis. Steady
state heat transfer, torsion, flow problems. Project
design will be using finite element software.
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Mechanical and Manufacturing EngineeringKKKM4472Computational Fluid Dynamics2The course is aimed to provide knowledge and
understanding on solution methods and application of
fluid dynamics as well as to allow students to utulise
computational fluid dynamics software to solve fluid
flow and convective heat transfer problems. This
course covers topics such as introduction to
Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD), governing
equation of fluid flows, turbulence modeling and finite
volume methods for diffusion, convection-diffusion,
steady-flow and transient problem.
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Mechanical and Manufacturing EngineeringKKKM4632Mechanics and Processing of Composite2The aim of this course is to provide knowledge to
students in field of mechanics and composite
processing. It covers basic concepts of the composite
processing, the role of the matrix and the
reinforcement, composite material processing methods
by manual and automatic, and also safety. Macro and
micro mechanical analysis of composite lamina for
continuous and discontinuous fiber reinforcement.
Macro-mechanical analysis of the laminate and the
characteristic of stress-strain fiber-reinforced
composites. Students will be given a specific example
in the engineering and implications on the engineering
design. Projects that involving the selection of
composite materials and the selection of appropriate
processing methods will be given.
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Mechanical and Manufacturing EngineeringKKKM4832Manufacturing Automation2The objective of this course is to provide
understanding and problem-solving skills related to the
automated machines and equipment, functions and
applications of robots in industrial automation systems.
This course discusses the theory and concepts of
automation which related to sistem in manufacturing
industry. Topics that will be covered include:
components and circuit of fluid power, industrial control
systems, electro hydraulic-pneumatic, programmble
logic controllers (PLC) and kinematics of industrial
robot. Case studies on industrial applications will also
be discussed. A group project involving the simulation
of a robotic and/or automated system is also given.
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Engineering EducationKKKQ1123Engineering Mathematics 1 (Vector Calculus)3The goal of this course is for students to understand
vector calculus and complex calculus at a level which
enables them to discuss its applications in
engineering. Starting with the introduction of the basics
of surface in space, the main topics include partial
derivatives, vector functions, line integrals, double
integrals, triple integrals, Green’s Theorem, Stokes’
theorem, Gauss’ theorem, and basic differentiation and
integration of complex functions.
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Engineering EducationKKKQ2123Engineering Mathematics III (Differential Equation)3The goal of this course is to furnish engineering
students with necessary knowledge and skills of
differential equations to model simple physical
problems that arise in practice. The emphasis will be
on formulating the physical and solving equations, and
not on rigorous proofs. Topics to be covered include
techniques and engineering applications of ordinary
differential equations, an introduction to partial
differential equations with suitable cases of boundary
value problems, use of Laplace transforms in solving
ordinary differential equation and use Fourier series to
solve partial differential equations.
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Chemical and Process Engineering KKKR4744Industrial Safety4The objective of this course is to provide knowledge
and understanding to students in aspects of industrial
safety so that they can use to operate and manage the
process plant safely to protect the public, workers,
property and the environment. Students will be
introduced to methods of identifying potential hazards
at the work place and evaluating the adverse effects
that will be faced should the potential hazards present
at the work place are realized. Students will also be
introduced to various methods of engineering control
as well as administrative controls of the hazards in the
process plant. The national legislations on
occupational safety and health and the regulations
made under such acts will be introduced to students to
explain the responsibilities of the employer and
employees in maintaining the safety and health of
workers. Safety management system based on
MS1722 and OSHAS 1800 for the process plant will
also be explained.
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Chemical and Process Engineering KKKR4873Pollution Control and Cleaner Production3This course aims to impart knowledge, understanding
and practical experience in pollution control and
cleaner production so that students could gain skill to
operate and manage a plant with zero discharge.
Students would be introduced to concept of cleaner
production so that they could make the right decision
to save resources and to make sure that the process
used or designed is zero discharge. Students would
be exposed to the regulation of discharge limits in
Malaysia and international. This course would be
emphasized on liquid, solid and gas treatment. Topic
on physicochemical and biological treatment, gas
treatment, and solid and hazardous waste
management would explain to students. Apart from
that, students would also be exposed to practical
sampling, analysis, and plant management.
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Electrical, Electronic and Systems EngineeringKKKT4133Data Communication and Computer Networks3Data Communication and Computer Networks1
Electrical, Electronic and Systems EngineeringKKKT4163Photonics Technology3The aim of this course is to convey knowledge about
the use of photonics technology in various fields
especially optical fiber communications (analog and
digital), optical transmitter and receiver systems, signal
processing, photonic industry, measurement and
sensing system based on principles of geometric
optics, light, wave and quantum optics. An introduction
on laser technology and optical devices such as
photodiode, optical coupler, optical modulator etc is
also included. In addition, the fabrication process of
these devices based on fiber and planar technologies
is also discussed. The students are also exposed to
the handling of optical equipment that are provided at
the UKM Photonic Laboratory such as OTDR, optical
splicer machine, optical spectrum analyzer (OSA) etc.
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Electrical, Electronic and Systems EngineeringKKKT4223Reliability and Characterization of Integrated Circuit3The aim of this course is to give knowledge,
understanding and concept in the field of reliability and
integrated circuit characterization. This course is an
introductory course to the concept of reliability and
characterization method in integrated circuit. Students
are to apply mathematics and engineering knowledge
especially in the area of probability and statistics.
Students should be able to translate the given data
using statistics. They are also required to design a
system using component or process with the inclusion
of reliability concept and then analyze the design and
write group report. With this, they should be able to
understand, identify and solve problems related to the
reliability and integrated circuit characterization. This
course will also include at least 3 hours of industrial
visit to observe the practice in industry.
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Electrical, Electronic and Systems EngineeringKKKZ4013Biosignal & Systems3Principles of medical instrumentation are reviewed.
Special emphasis is put on electronic apparatus.
Generalized instrumentation systems. Medical signal
constraints. Regulation of medical devices, Electrical
activity of excitable cells, The electroneurogram,
electromyogram, The electrocardiogram, the
electroencephalogram, Polarization of electrodes and
electrode models, requirements of biopotential
amplifiers, electrocardiograph and other types of
biopotential processors. Physiological effects of
electrical current, Microshock and Macroshock, Hazard
prevention, DSP for biological signals. Case studies in
biological signals.
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Electrical, Electronic and Systems EngineeringKKKZ4133Electrical Power Generation and Energy Conversion3The objective of this course is to introduce and give
understanding about the basic concept of electrical
power generation and energy conversion. The topics
that will be discussed include the principles and
methods of power generation, thermal plant, hydro,
gas, nuclear and so on; thermoelectric energy
conversion, heat ion, photovoltaic, magnetic
hydrodynamic, electromechanical, fuel cell and battery;
exciter, automatic voltage regulator, speed governor
for frequency and voltage controller, generation
controller and generator modelling, load, prime mover,
and governor. Economic load transmission and
lambda iteration method, unit commitment and its
solution will also be discussed.
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Faculty of Information Science and Technology (FTSM).

CodeCourse NameNo. of CreditDescriptionSemester OfferedLevel
TTTC2273 Soft Computing 3In this course, important techniques in artificial intelligence technology will be discussed as a basis to develop an intelligence system; which is well known as Soft Computing. Student will be prepared for the foundation of intelligence system’s concepts, design and application. Detailed focus will be given to fuzzy logic and evolutionary computing. The other three main components, namely machine learning, Bayesian networks, and Chaos Theory has been introduced in different courses. Both of these techniques are the important techniques which imitates human biology systems and the main concepts that enables an intelligence system to learn and make decisions in fuzziness and uncertainties scenario by using Fuzzy Logics as well as getting the best solution at minimum cost (optimization problem) by using evolutionary computing techniques. Two techniques of fuzzy logic reasoning methods such as Mamdani and Sugeno method will be discussed. Evolutionary Computing techniques will be introducing evolutionary algorithms such as genetic algorithms; and metaheuristic and intelligence swarm such as an ant colony optimization, particle swarm optimization, and firefly algorithm. Apart from that, hybrid approach for these techniques will be discussed, as well as other soft computing techniques. The application of soft computing in pattern recognition, financial, medical, bioinformatics, and engineering and control systems domain will be discussed as well.1 Bachelor
TTTC3213 Data Engineering
31 Bachelor
TTTC3313 Principles of Data Science 31 Bachelor
TTTC3413 Robot Applications 31 Bachelor
TTTH2823 Animation 31 Bachelor
TTTH3623 3D Modeling 31 Bachelor
TTTK3813 Digital Media Processing 31 Bachelor
TTTN3223 Network Programming 31 Bachelor
TTTP2633 Natural Language Computing 31 Bachelor
TTTP3053 Web Searching and Recommender System
31 Bachelor
TTTR2013 Introduction to Numerical Computation 31 Bachelor
TTTR2043 Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) 31 Bachelor
TTTR3153 Modeling and System Simulation 31 Bachelor
TTTU3833 E-Business Technology 3The aim of this course is to introduce to students, both theory and practice in e-businessmanagement. Students will develop a comprehensive knowledge of the concept and elements of e-business including business models, business environment, business strategy, digital marketing,social networks and e-commerce website. Students understanding on several specified issues in e-business are evaluated through presentations, assignments and case studies.1 Bachelor
TTTE2104 Software Requirements Engineering 4This course aims to introduce the fundamentals of software engineering and requirements engineering. The course emphasises on the important processes in requirements engineering, namely eliciting and analysing requirements, specifying and validating requirements specifications and managing the requirements throughout the software development cycle. Students will learn how to define the vision and scope of a software product and determine the stakeholders. They will learn utilising various techniques and methods involved in eliciting, analysing and validating requirements. Students are exposed to several types of documents for specifying requirements and practise creating a software requirements specification. Students will also learn to perform requirements traceability and manage requirements change.1 Bachelor
TTTH3404 Multimedia System for Software Development 4Software engineering concerns software development aspects, starting from planning to maintenance phase by adopting systematic, disciplined, quantifiable and an organised approach. The Bachelor of Software Engineering (Multimedia Systems Development) programme focus on multimedia software production through the analysis, design, development and implementation of the system based on the software engineering principles. The programme aims to produce software engineers or computing professional who are well versed in theories, tools and methods of software development; competent in managing people and project; and specialize in the dynamic and large scale of Multimedia System Development with unlimited boundary to be creative and innovative, ethical and able to adapt in working environment. Graduates can explore various types of career such as multimedia software engineer, multimedia system analyst, multimedia system developer, games developer and digital media producer. Qualified graduates can further their studies in the postgraduate level where they can enhance their knowledge and expertise in the advance of Multimedia System.1 Bachelor
TTTN3513 Computer and Network Security 3This course exposes students to computer and network security. In addition, the discussion also covers threats to computer security. For the purpose of understanding computer security, basic methods such as encryption and confidentiality of messages as well as concepts of public keys and authentication are shown. Important applications requiring security measures such as electronic mail, IP security, network security and web security are examples of applications in this course. In addition, topics on intruder technology, viruses, and firewalls will also be discussed.1 Bachelor
TTTU2023 Business Process Management 31 Bachelor

Faculty of Science and Technology (FST).

ProgrammeCodeCourse NameNo. of CreditDescriptionSemester Offered
BiochemicalSTBP1023Cell Biology3This course presents an in-depth discussion on the
structure and functions of the cell. This includes the
structure – function relationship of various organelles
i.e. mitochondria, chloroplasts and ribosomes. The
discussion includes membrane structure, endoplasmic
reticulum and the cell walls of plants and bacteria.
Cellular macromolecules such as proteins,
polysaccharides and lipids will be elaborated. Topics
for cell function include the cell buffering system and
cellular transport mechanisms. Kinetics of enzyme-
catalysed reactions and the roles of enzymes in cell
metabolism will also be dealt with. This is followed by
discussions on the principles of thermodynamics and
the cell energy system. Aspects of energy metabolism
covered include photosynthesis and photorespiration
in plants and the production of ATP from
carbohydrates and lipids in the animal system.
1
BiochemicalSTBP1013Fundamentals of Molecular Biology3The diversity of cells in an organism is specified by a
common code encrypted in its DNA molecule. The
code can be read, measured, and deciphered through
contributions by scientists in many fields including
chemistry, cell and molecular biology. The course
provides a thorough grounding in structure and
properties of biological macromolecules emphasizing
on nucleic acids. A large body of the course deals with
cellular processes such as replication, transcription,
and protein biosynthesis. How several technological
innovations in the field of cell and molecular biology
such as microscopy, separation techniques and
sequencing contribute to the advancement of our
understanding on structure and function of
macromolecules is highlighted. The course introduces
selected topics in recombinant DNA and its application
in bioscience and biotechnology. Tutorial sessions will
aid in understanding of the subject matter.
1
Food Science and NutritionSTKM1012Basic Food Science and Nutrition2Introduce students to food science and nutrition. Food
components such as protein, fat, carbohydrate,
vitamins, minerals and fiber. The major food
components, processing effects, material usage, laws
and regulations regarding food and marketing, food
education and nutrition. Function of nutrients, balance
diet, food composition table, recommended dietary
allowance (RDA) and nutritional food labeling. The
preservation factors and damages caused by
microorganisms.
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Mathematics STQM3113Real Analysis3This course begins with the definition and construction
of real numbers. This is followed by real sequences,
limits, and their properties. We are then going to define
what is an infinite sum and how to attach a value to
them via limits. This is then followed by real functions,
limits and continuity of functions. If time permits, we
are going to look at differentiation and Riemann
integration of functions.
1
MicrobiologySTBP1043Fundamental Microbiology3This course will give a broad understanding of the
microbial world to students. Students will be given a
brief history of the golden age of microbiology. The
course will cover characteristics of prokaryotic and
eukaryotic cells, growth process, and culturing of
bacteria. This course will enable students to study the
classification and characterisation of various groups of
microbes ie. bacteria, viruses, and fungi. Aspects of
sterilisation, antimicrobial therapy, the disease
process, and epidemiology will also be discussed. The
specific and non-specific defense system of the human
body towards microbe invasions will be discussed. The
environmental aspects will include the function of
microbes in the environment. The students will also
undergo laboratory training with emphasis on aseptic
techniques, isolation of pure culture, and identification
of microbes.
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Statistics STQS3013Regression Analysis3Regression is one of the principal tools in statistic. It
involves using one or more variables to predict or
explain a response. This course will introduce students
with the concept of a statistical model building through
regression method and applying the model obtained
for various purposes including forecasting. Among the
models to be discussed in this course are the simple
linear, multiple linear regression model and polynomial
regression models. Analysis methods such as
correlation analysis, parameter estimation, and
inferences in the context of regression modeling,
residual analysis, variable selection method such as
stepwise selection and least-weighted squares method
will also be discussed. Some of the common
encountered problems in statistical modeling such as
outlier data, multicollinearity and autocorrelation are
also discussed. Apart from that, the logistic regression
model will also be introduced.
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Statistics STQS4113Applied Multivariate3The purpose of this course is to prepare the students
with knowledge on various multivariate methods along
with the applied theory in multiple research problem.
Students will be introduced to matrix theory – data

matrix and summary statistics of multivariate data.
Then, students will be exposed to the multivariate
normal distribution and related mathematics. The
multivariate methods covered in this course are mean
vector analysis, variance matrix, principal components,
factor, discriminant and cluster.
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Faculty of Law (FUU).

ProgrammeCodeCourse NameNo. of CreditDescriptionSemester Offered
LawUUUK3003Jurisprudence3Jurisprudence is a teaching about a theory
constructed by jurists to understand the meaning of the law and
the role played by law in the profession
suit and life. Jurisprudence plays a role
important in strengthening the basic concept of law-
law and justice, especially when there is conflict
and uncertainty about both. At the same time
this course can also revive social awareness among
students and in turn will produce legal practitioners-
law or critical -minded leaders. This course covers
policy issues in contemplated legal issues
by classical and modern jurists of the positivist, naturalist stream
(natural), sociology and other streams. The theories that
born by jurists from various streams will relate
law with philosophy, society, history
and religion. The values ​​of justice, rights, morals and ethics as well
the role of the law in various circumstances as well
taught. These theories will be adapted to developments
current and studies are made based on the issues arising.
1
LawUUUK4513Environmental Law3Students will be introduced to legal mechanisms
related to the environment; from the history of development,
sources of law as well as the basic principles of natural law
around. Next the environmental problems will be reviewed one
one by one, which covers various types of pollution
such as noise, air/atmosphere, water, soil, waste
also a threat to flora and fauna. There are also
discussion of environmental impact assessment. For each
a topic concerning observation will be conducted from an angle
definition, causes and effects of problems, legislation
national, role -playing bodies, international legislation
and challenges in terms of climate change.
1
LawUUUK2133Islamic Family Law3This course is divided into two, namely Family Law
Islam and Islamic Heritage Law (Faraid). Section
the first is related to the basics of Islamic family such as
formation of marriage contract, pillars and conditions, rights and responsibilities of husband and wife, dissolution of marriage and its types such as talaq, takliq, khulu ', fasakh and matters that
followed by ‘iddah and ruju’, giving mut’ah and
division of matrimonial property. Next the student will
exposed to child-related rights in Islam. Cases
Muslim family will be discussed to see the effectiveness
Existing laws in dealing with the problem
related. Next is the section on Islamic Heritage Law
will discuss the division of inheritance and rights
the recipient, the pillars and conditions of inheritance, the reason for the inheritance and
things that can prevent or reduce
part in inheritance acceptance as well as the concept of ‘Aul and Radd.
The primary sources of reference are the Qur'an and the Sunnah,
in addition to Ijma 'and Qiyas, as well as secondary sources such as
Istihsan, Masalih Mursalah, ‘Uruf and others with emphasis
to the Syafi'e sect. Malaysian law in particular
Act 303 and syariah court cases will also be referred, for
identify the principles that apply.
1
LawUUUK2113Islamic Criminal Law3This course examines all the general principles related to Law-
Islamic Criminal Law. Among the aspects that will be discussed are
the concept of crime, the elements of crime such as acts (actus
reus) and intent (mens rea) as well as the nature of criminal law
Islam from a sharia perspective. This next course will
parsing the classification of crimes divided into hudud, qisas
dan tazir. The principles of Islamic criminal law are
divide the hudud offenses into 7 types of offenses
such as adultery, stealing, robbery, drinking alcohol, qazaf, riddah as well
baghawah will be touched. In the meantime, the principle that
divide the offense of qisas i.e. murder with intent, murder
half -intent, murder without intent, wounded with intent and wounded
without intention will also be elaborated. Finally, the principles are relevant
tazir's faults are also described. A comparison will be made
with the errors of tazir contained in
State Syariah Criminal Offenses Enactment in Malaysia on
today. All descriptions and analyzes will be based on
the authorities of the Quran and Sunnah as well as sharia sources
others.
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LawUUUK3153Islamic Banking and Takaful Law3This course introduces students to basic law
to Islamic financial services in Malaysia. This course
begins with a discussion of history, and
the development of Islamic financial services in Malaysia.
Next, students are taught about the characteristics of financial services
Islam and its differences with conventional banking.
Students are also exposed to Islamic banking products
and the underlying contract. Legal framework
Islamic financial services are discussed with reference
to cases that have been decided by the courts. Finally,
students are exposed to the principles and models of takaful in Malaysia.
1
LawUUUK4543Intellectual Property Law3This course is intended to expose students
to the justification as well as the need for intellectual property protection.
This disclosure is important because intellectual property is immense
valuable and in line with the objectives of the establishment of the Super Corridor
Multimedia. Legal practitioners need to have
knowledge of an ongoing branch of law
growing rapidly. This law is inclusive
copyright law, design law
industrial, trademark law, law
patent and confidential information laws. In the early stages,
the course will focus on worthy matters
granted copyright protection. Next, students will
exposed to things that are likely to be
intellectual property infringement. Finally, this course will look
to the impact of the latest technology and the internet on intellectual property.
1
LawUUUK4633Banking Law3This course provides an introduction to the banking system
as a financial intermediary in Malaysia which includes
relevant legal and regulatory frameworks. Properties
contractual relationship between banker and customer, type of account
customers and categories, negotiable instruments
and forms of loans offered by banking institutions
to the customer will be explained. To protect interests
banks and customers, various types of securities as collateral
to loans as well as loan and insolvency recovery methods
will also be disclosed and discussed.
1
LawUUUK4553Insurance Law3This course aims to expose students to
basic principles as well as important doctrines applicable in
insurance contract. Among them is the doctrine of the importance of can
insurance (insurable interest), the doctrine of subrogation and contributions
(subrogation and contribution) and the doctrine of the utmost good faith
demand honesty in duty of disclosure (duty of
disclosure). Other things are also touched on in this course
is related to the formation of contracts, cover notes and
policies, terms and warranties, losses and insurance claims.
The role and responsibilities of insurance intermediaries are agents and
brokers will also be discussed. The focus of this course is relevant
conventional insurance law. However, at the end of the course,
comparison in general with known Islamic insurance
as Al-Takaful is also discussed to provide understanding
to students about the differences of principles and concepts, between
both of these insurance systems.
1
LawUUUK4713International Law and Indigenous Peoples3In terms of course content, the important topics under the law-
international law and its relation to indigenous peoples have been
selected for discussion purposes. Discussions will be made
thoroughly and in depth on those topics
consists of a history of the legal development of persons
origin, identity of the original person, rights to land, right of determination
self and rights to intellectual property. In the second part,
this course will continue the discussion in the topics
selected in the context of Malaysia. All of these topics will
studied from the perspective of international, regional and law
domestic (Malaysia and the Philippines). Through the above discussion,
students who take this course are able to identify and
understand the basic principles of international law,
international human rights law and the
domestic law relating to the human rights of indigenous peoples. Students
further able to relate issues as well as problems
violation of the rights of indigenous peoples with the basic principles of law-
relevant laws. After doing the analysis, the student is able
apply the basic principles of the law
relevant in the resolution of any issue or problem
violation of the rights of indigenous peoples.
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LawUUUK4753Law of the Sea3Students will be introduced to zoning
maritime for a country of coastal waters as well as all aspects
use of the sea as contained in the Law Convention-
International Maritime Law 1982. Students are exposed to
baseline, inland waters, territorial waters, zones
contiguous, exclusive economic zones, continental shelves and seas
let go. Next the course examines the strait states and
archipelagic in addition to discussing navigation,
fisheries, marine environment conservation protection as well as
environmental implications, division of maritime boundaries,
dispute resolution and others.
1
LawUUUK4803Competition 3This course exposes students to the principles of law
which regulates the process of competition in the market in
Malaysia. The course begins with an introduction to policy
and competition law. It will also discuss
basic economic concepts that touch on legal aspects
competition as a market concept. This course is then
explain policy and legal developments
competition in Malaysia especially the Competition Act 2010. Aspects
substantives of competition law will be discussed which
will focus on anti-competitive agreements and
abuse of dominant power. Discussions will be based
to the Competition Act 2010, the Competition Commission Act
2010 and sectoral regulations especially the Act
Communications and Multimedia 1998. Reference will be made to
the laws of other countries especially the EU and the US. At the end
this course, students should be able to recognize
sure, relate and apply legal knowledge
competition to situations and behaviors in the market.
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Faculty of Health Sciences (FSK).

ProgrammeCodeCourse NameNo. of CreditDescriptionSemester Offered
Environmental Health & Industrial SafetyNNNE2423Air Quality3This course comprises of lectures, laboratory, course
work, assignment and field visit. This course will
introduce the fundamentals of air pollution with a
background on historical perspectives, discuss major
pollutants, their sources and their multiple effects, and
meteorological changes.  The issues of indoor air
pollution and personal exposure to air pollution is also
discussed especially in urban area This course will
also discuss the haze episode. At the end of the
course, current air quality regulations, policies and
standard will be introduced.
1
Environmental Health & Industrial SafetyNNNE3112Emerging Infectious Diseases2This course consists of lectures and courseworks. This
course allows student to acknowledge the problem of
emerging and re-emerging infectious diseases in
national and international context. Next, students will
be exposed to selected infectious diseases in Malaysia
(eg HPAI, Avian Salmonellosis, multi-resistant
organism infection, Brucellosis, Dengue, Chikugunya,
enterovirus infections and Nipah, Menangle, Tioman
and Oya viral infections) and global (eg cholera,
Cryptosporadiosis, Leptospirosis, SARS, prion
diseases and West Nile disease). Students will also be
exposed to issues related to infectious diseases
including cancer/chronic diseases, tourism/recreation,
immunocompromised individuals, migrant workers,
bioterrorism, and culture/behaviour. Discussion on
zoonotic and emerging zoonosis will also be
emphasized. At the end of the course, students will be
exposed to the concept of One Health and Ecohealth
in the intervention and research of emerging infectious
diseases.
1
Environmental Health & Industrial SafetyNNNE4073Health Risk Assessment3This course contains lectures, practical and visit to
related industry. This course covers the chemical and
environmental health risk assessment. The concept of
risk and hazard, the process of risk assessment and
management, and quantitative risk assessment for
non-carcinogenic and carcinogenic substances are
described in detail in this course. The students will also
be exposed to chemical health risk assessment
methods based on the Manual for the Assessment of
the Health Risks arising from the use of Hazardous
Chemicals in the Workplace under the Occupational
Safety and Health (Use and Standards of Exposure of
Chemicals Hazardous to Health) Regulations 2000.
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Faculty of Dentistry (FGG).

ProgrammeCodeCourse NameNo. of CreditDescriptionSemester Offered
Dentistry LMDD1402Plaster Sculpting2This course aims to introduce students to the
concepts, theories and skills of handicrafts using
dental plaster. Through this course, students will be
introduced to the basics of handicraft skills and the
use of plaster materials to produce creative works of
art. Teaching and learning will be done through
practical training and the production of works of art.
The outcome of the course is the creation of students
creativity using plaster materials. In addition, students
will organize an art exhibition to display their work.
1
Dentistry LMDD1412Drawing in Dentistry2This course aims to introduce students to the
concepts, theories, and skills of painting using
elements of dental anatomy. Through this course,
students will be introduced to the basics of dental
structure and apply aspects of creativity to produce
artwork. Teaching and learning will be done through
practical training and the production of artworks. The
result of the course is the drawing/painting of the
dental structure that will be exhibited during an art
exhibition organized by the students.
1
Dentistry LMDD1422Dental Craft Art2This course aims to introduce students to the concept,
theory and skills of handicrafts used in the field of
dentistry. Through this course, students (including
students not from the field dentistry) will be introduced
to the basics about handicraft skills as well as a variety
of materials that can used to produce arts and crafts
materials. Teaching and learning will be made through
practical training and the production of results art to be
described by students. The end result of the project is
the result students ’creative creations to be placed in

art exhibitions students organized in groups.
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Faculty of Islamic Studies (FPI).

ProgrammeCodeCourse NameNo. of CreditDescriptionSemester Offered
Al-Quran and Al-Sunnah StudiesPPPN3383Studies Of Tafsir And Hadith In An Archipilego3This course is an introduction to the study and writing of the
science of Tafsir and Hadith by scholars in the Nusantara
(Malay Archipelago). Students are exposed to the development
process of the study and writing of Tafsir and Hadith after the
advent of Islam to the Nusantara. It also discusses the
involvement of scholars and their methodology of writing their
works in spreading the science of Tafsir and Hadith to societies
in Nusantara.
1
Al-Quran and Al-Sunnah StudiesPPPN3333Hadith 13This course covers the texts of hadith from various topics
including faith, jurisprudence, akhlak and other. It focuses
on discussion and analysis of the text of the narrations from
the selected topics such as faith, knowledge and fitan (trials
and tribulations) in hadith primary sources.
1
Al-Quran and Al-Sunnah StudiesPPPN2323Science Of Takhrij / Deduction3This course comprehensively explains as a whole regarding the
science of Takhrij al-Hadith (hadith extraction in the collections
and authentication) and terminology relating to original sources,
resembling the original and non-original/fake. It imparts to
students the skill in 5 applications of turath (classical) takhrij and
1 application of contemporary takhrij, that is, use of computer
software and internet. Emphasis is also given to validation of
hadith whether maqbul (accepted) or mardud (rejected), briefly
according to the views of past or contemporary scholars.
Students will also be trained to write the outcome of hadith

takhrij in academic writing (thesis) by differentiating between al-
Sahihayn and other than the two, as well as the original source and so on.
1
Al-Quran and Al-Sunnah StudiesPPPN2343Studies Of Tafsir Al-Mathur And Al-Ra'yi3This course gives an exposure on the concept of tafsir bi al-
ma’thur (exegesis predominantly derived from authentic

sources) and tafsr bi al-ra’yi (exegesis through ijtihad or
independent opinion), the applications of both in interpretation
of al-Quran and the difference between them. In addition, this
course discusses sample interpretive works which represent the
methods of ma’thur and al-ra’yi.
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Al-Quran and Al-Sunnah StudiesPPPN3103Quranic Education3This course discusses al-Quran education, its importance and
goals, the basics and source of Islamic tarbiyyah (nurturing),
attributes of a murabbi (educator) and uslub (style) of Quranic
education. It also discusses the definition of education in the
views of the Islamic scholar and the Western scholar. This
course exposes students to the difference betweeen Quranic
education and Western education.
1
Al-Quran and Al-Sunnah StudiesPPPN3343Studies Of Maudu' And Daif's Hadith3This course analyzes the history of hadith mawduc

(fabricated
hadith) began and who invented them. It also studies hadith
dac
if (weak hadith). It also analyzes the views of scholars on the
rules of narration and practice of both types of hadith. Examples
of hadith mawduc and dac

if and their effects on the Islamic

community are also explained.
1
Al-Quran and Al-Sunnah StudiesPPPN3463The Science Of Rijal Al-Hadith3Study of Rijal al-Hadith (Reporters of al-Hadith) is very vast and
is one of the branches of Hadith science. Knowledge of it is a
major part of lslamic studies. It can be divided into two, first,
history of narrators and second, knowledge of jarh wa al-tacdil
(criticism and accreditation). This course introduces to students
the concept and methodology of the science of Rijal al-Hadith.
In this course students are also exposed to discussion which
covers definition, importance and history of development of
sanad (chain of hadith narrators), tabaqat rijal (biographical
literature of hadith reporters according to century or generation
lived) and also books concerning rijal.
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Arabic Studies and Islamic CivilizationPPAT2001Muhayyam Arabi Cross Culture1Mukhayyam Arabi Silang Budaya dirangka untuk
membina penampilan antarabangsa pelajar melalui
peningkatan kemahiran silang budaya Arab-Malaysia.
Pelajar juga berpeluang menghayati dan melakonkan
cerita popular dari budaya Arab seperti Alf Laylah wa
Laylah dan al-Bukhala’. Dalam perkhemahan ini
pelajar juga dilatih berbicara tentang topik-topik
berkaitan bidang pengajian Arab dan Tamadun Islam,
di samping dilatih mengendalikan majlis rasmi dan
bukan rasmi dalam bahasa Arab. Pelajar diwajibkan
bertutur dalam bahasa Arab sepanjang kem..
1
Arabic Studies and Islamic CivilizationPPAT2413History and Islamic Civilization of the Umayyad and Abbasid Era3This course aims to assess the process
the development of history and the development of civilization
the Muslim community during the reign of the kingdom
Umawi and Abbasi. Among those that are focused
is a factor of excellence and decline,
The Abbasid Revolution, the development of civilization,
the emergence of non -Arab influence viz
Turkey, Buwayh and Saljuq, the situation of the Islamic world is like
the emergence of duwaylat kingdoms and
the achievements of civilization in the political, economic aspects
and social.
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Arabic Studies and Islamic CivilizationPPPJ3613Comparative Literature3This course discusses the emergence of and
the development of comparative literature in Arab countries,
as well as the history of the development of comparative literature in
Europe, especially the pioneer countries of France and
several other European countries. Peak
its development in the 20th century with the flow
modern and classical as well as theoretical reform and
practical in America and Britain and its influence
in comparative Arabic literature is also discussed.
This course also delves into the influence of Arabic and
the culture of Islamic countries such as Persia and
Malaya, in addition to making theory of literature
comparisons from the West and theoretical and practical studies
which applies especially to Egypt and its development
comparative practice in the Middle East.
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Da’wah and Leadership StudiesPPPM2063Psychology of Da'wah3This course aims to provide knowledge and
guidance to students to understand the soul,
behavioral, mental and human problems in
society in need of da'wah.
The first part of this course discusses
the psychological meaning of da'wah, goals, scope, foundations
and the psychological relationship with da'wah. Section
the second discusses various approaches
the psychology of da'wah as well as recognizing human personality
for the purpose of da'wah.
1
Da’wah and Leadership StudiesPPPM2083Da'wah Communication3This course elaborates on concepts and principles
communication from a Western perspective and Da'wah.
An introduction to communication models and theories is also included
touching from the perspective of Da'wah. Focus
discussion of methods and contexts
da'wah communication in forming concepts
human relationship with God and relationship
human to human through vertical communication
and horizontal communication including communication
interpersonal, small group communication, communication
management, mass communication and also communication
cross -cultural. In addition, this course is also
discuss the role of the preacher as
Muslim communicator.
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Da’wah and Leadership StudiesPPPM3013Methodology of Muslim Da'wah3The course is divided into two aspects, theoretical
and practical. Theoretical aspects that run deep
the first phase of the lecture focused on discussion
to the concept, philosophy and method of da'wah to
Muslim society based on the texts of the Qur'an
and the practice of the sunnah of the Prophet SAW. Aspects
regarding the method of educating mithali preachers
as well as analyzing the conditions and properties that must exist
on the preacher. The second phase of this course
involves practical aspects given in
Dakwah Practical Training (LAD). Through LAD, para
students are exposed to the practical aspects of da'wah
to the Muslim community. LAD is implemented
along with a study of theories and approaches that
used at the target site. Survey made
against the community or group that becomes
target da'wah as well as analyze the results of the survey
to plan the way of delivery of da'wah
and provide appropriate da'wah materials and
effective.
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Da’wah and Leadership StudiesPPPM3063Da'wah Leadership3This course talks about the concept of leadership
using a da'wah approach. Leadership is
the process that moves a group of people
heading towards a pre -determined goal
through non -coercive impulse, for a period
long term. Also discussed in
this course features that leaders need to have,
leadership style, a theory that can be applied apart
leadership techniques appropriate to the class
the target of da'wah.
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Faculty of Education (FPEND).

ProgrammeCodeCourse NameNo. of CreditDescriptionSemester OfferedMedium of Language
TESLGGGV1063Approaches to Teaching Literature in English in Malaysia3This course will introduce students to the aims and
philosophy of teaching Literature in English in
Malaysian schools. It will further guide them to enhance teaching methods in literature in English that would demonstrate that teaching literature is a way to
develop critical appreciation and cultural awareness for students whose English is a Second Language (ESL).
Utilising prose, poetry and drama, the students will
select suitable texts and design appropriate activities for Malaysian literature classrooms that would encourage students to be more independent and thoughtful readers.
1English
TESLGGGV1113Social Media in Language Learning3The course is designed to guide participants explore
and use social media to enhance language learning.
Participants will also be coached how to use selected
social media and Web 2.0 tools to enhance language
learning.
1English
TESLGGGV1123English Grammar in ESL Classroom3In this course students are able to develop a deeper
understanding of how the English language system
works. Students will explain, analyse, talk and present
the grammar of English language by elaborating on
how the grammar and the English language system
work. Students will compare and synthesise the
structure and use of the English language. Through
activities that focus on accuracy more than fluency,
students are able to speak, write and read better. They
are also able to correct common errors as well as
ambiguities.
1English
TESLGGGV2083Psycholinguistics in Language Teaching3This course is an introduction to psycholinguistics and
thus exposes students to issues related to such topics
as First Language Acquisition, Second Language
Acquisition & Learning, Language and Mind, and to
other topics related to the psychology of language
production and comprehension. The focus is on the
cognitive aspects of language learning. Implications for
the second language classroom are also drawn from
the various topics discussed.
1English
TESLGGGV2133English Phonetics and Phonology in Language3This course is an introduction to psycholinguistics and
thus exposes students to issues related to such topics
as First Language Acquisition, Second Language
Acquisition & Learning, Language and Mind, and to
other topics related to the psychology of language
production and comprehension. The focus is on the
cognitive aspects of language learning. Implications for
the second language classroom are also drawn from
the various topics discussed.
1English
TESLGGGV3223Teaching of Reading Skills in an ESL Context3This course seeks to familiarize students with the
major aspects of reading theory, research, and
instructional approaches and techniques pertinent to
the ESL teaching and learning situation. The focus of
this course will be on the unique needs and
characteristics of the second/foreign language
reader. The course will also draw on the extensive field
of first language reading (native English readers). The
students will be introduced to ESL/EFL language
reading theory and instruction and will be given the
opportunity to apply principles in the analysis of
instructional materials and in the generation of
teaching activities (lesson plan).
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TESLGGGV4113Speech and Semantics in Language Teaching and Learning3This course exposes students to communicative
competence in a socio-cultural context. It covers from the basic aspects of semantics (e.g., references,
sense, logic, and word meaning) to the more complex
aspects of discourse and pragmatics (e.g. speech acts, perlocutions and illocutions, conversational
implicature, idioms, metaphors, and metonymy). The knowledge and skills gained will be used by the
students to teach other ESL speakers in a Malaysian
secondary school classroom context.
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TESLGGGV2093Teaching of Literature: Reading the Word and the World3This course is an examination on the value of literary
texts as a means to help students to read the word and
the world. It aims to help students to become engaged
and thoughtful readers, who are able to critically
examine the texts and develop their own personal
responses. It will further develop critical appreciation
and cultural awareness for students whose English is a
second language. Students will also select texts and
design appropriate reading activities for the classroom.
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TESLGGGV3133Critical Analysis of Literature in the Media3This course will focus on the relationship between

literature and the media such as film, drama
performance, television, magazines and daily
newspapers. One of the objectives of this course is to
enable the students to establish the link between
literature and popular culture as well as to draw up the
relationship between works of fiction and the
documentations of similar issues in sociology and
history in the mass media. At the end of this course,
the students should be able to discuss issues of genre,
ideology, discourses and contexts that will help them
to construct the link between literature, arts
and the media in today’s era of globalization and k-
economy. At the end of the course, the students
should be able to produce a product such as
advertisement by using film technology that reflects the
manipulation of literary element.
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TESLGGGV3143Literary Production in the Digital Age3This course is designed to explore the approaches to
developing and producing literary texts in the digital

age. It aims to examine how digital technologies affect
how literature is produced and read. This course
introduces multiliteracy and multimodality perspectives
on literature arising from innovative conceptions of
textuality, authorship, and reading, to changing
understandings of the process of publication. This
provides a framework for students to read and produce
new digital literary works using new digital approaches.
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