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  • Accounting
  • Crisis Management & Insurance
  • E-Commerce
  • Economics
  • Finance & Banking
  • Islamic Finance & Banking

Business Studies - Accounting

Introduction

Accounting is a course which focuses on studying the financial transactions and the cost data which mainly involves the cash flow in a company. Apart from studying the accounting theory and system, students also ought to learn various ways to organize and conduct accounting activity including Collecting, Categorizing, Synthesizing, Analyzing and Interpreting all the information of the financial statements, in order to complete a standard business bookkeeping. In addition, students will also learn to submit the Financial Statements, Budgeting, calculate the Profit and Loss, Taxation, study the Business Law, and exposed with some skills in Information Technology (IT).

 

Study Subjects

  • Accounting Information Systems
  • Accounting Theory
  • Auditing
  • Business Law
  • Corporate Accounting
  • Fundamental Management
  • Macroeconomics
  • Management Accounting
  • Microeconomics
  • Principles of Finance
  • Principles of Marketing
  • Quantitative Analysis
  • Taxation

 

Career Opportunities

Graduates in accounting programmes who own 3 years related working experience may apply for the membership in the Malaysian Institute of Accounting (MIA). To become a member in Institute of Public Accountants (IPA), the individual is required to pass certain specific tests.

The graduates may devote themselves in the field of business, for instance, work as an accountant, auditor, tax collector, financial officer, secretary, bank manager, public accountant, tax consultant and business consultant. You may also consider establishing your own accounting firm.

Business Studies - Crisis Management & Insurance

Introduction

Crisis Management and Insurance are disciplinary which deal with risks and loss minimisation in commercial activities. Hence, besides risk management knowledge, students will be studying the commercial risk theory, definition, measurement and evaluation of risk management strategy. Apart from that, students will learn the information about insurance, for instance, the policy formulation and implementation of insurance, cost statistics, calculation and accident assessment. And it is worth noticing that students will learn some laws related to the business and insurance sector during their studies.

 

Study Subjects

  • Business and economy
  • Business law
  • Business management
  • Common Crisis Management Plan Weaknesses
  • Crisis management
  • Crisis Management Basics
  • Crisis Stages
  • Damage Control
  • Emergency Response Scenarios
  • Insurance
  • Insurance law
  • Psychology of Crisis Management Decisions
  • Risk and insurance

 

Career Opportunities

After graduation, students may consider devoting themselves to the business industry, such as banks, finance corporations, credit companies and brokerage firm to play a role as a financial consultant, invest advisor or related administration staff. Other than that, graduates may consider working in the insurance industry as an insurance broker, marketing executive officer and compensation coordinator

Business Studies - E-Commerce

Introduction

E-commerce is a study of an electronic commerce system that digitizes the traditional trading activities. The study scope covers the digitisation of traditional business such as E-market, chain supply management, inventory management and automatic data collection. This is to decrease the transaction time and processes, to boost business performance in the market. Apart from the fundamental knowledge of business, such as accounting, finance, information management, product marketing, business law and consumer behaviour, students also study IT, for example, computer programming.

 

Study Subjects

  • Business Economics
  • Business Organization
  • Communication Skills
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Financial Accounting
  • ICT Foundation
  • Internet and WWW
  • Mathematical Foundation
  • Programming in C
  • Statistics-Fundamentals

 

Career Opportunities

Graduates may engage in E-banking or work as a technical developer or executive of E-store in the government department or private institutions.

Business Studies - Economics

Introduction

Economics studies about the production, distribution and the depletion of limited resources within the consumption of goods and labours. According to the different concept or theory, this disciplinary can be specialized on development economics, institutional economics, labour economics, law economics and public economics. It focuses on the theoretical deduction and critical thinking of students.  Hence, other than theories, such as the supply principle, the theory of elasticity, production theory and market theory, students will also learn the phenomenon under capitalism, including inflation, foreign exchange and monetary policy.

 

Study Subjects

  • Advanced Principles of Management
  • Business Analytics for Decision Making
  • Business Ethics & Social Responsibility
  • Development Economics
  • Econometrics
  • Economics of Industry
  • Economics Research Project
  • Elements of Accounting & Finance
  • Fiscal & Monetary Policy
  • Further Mathematics
  • History of Economics Thought
  • Human Geography
  • International Economics
  • International Relations
  • Labour Economics
  • Macroeconomics
  • Malaysian Economy
  • Management Mathematics
  • Management Science Methods
  • Microeconomics
  • Monetary Economics
  • Principles of Management
  • Public Finance
  • Regional Studies
  • Research Methods
  • Statistics

 

Career Opportunities

After graduation, students may devote themselves in government departments, academia, finance, business or journalism to take charge of the economic planning, accounting, finance, insurance, trading, management and marketing.

Business Studies - Finance & Banking

Introduction

Finance is a department that studies the economic activities of monetary intermediation and funds, and bank management is one of the majors in the field of finance. The research topics of this department include two levels, namely the theory of financial market operation (The Theory of Financial Market), and the investment theory of companies or individuals (Investment Theory). Therefore, students not only study about the knowledge of various financial market operations, such as bank savings and lending business, securities and insurance transactions, debt issuance, government financial policies and etc, student also will learn various type of investment and financial knowledge such as stocks, futures, international currency exchange (Foreign Currency Exchange), financial planning (Financial Planning), insurance sales (Insurance sales) etc. In addition, students will also be exposed to some laws related to finance and banking.

 

Study Subjects

  • Bank Management
  • Business Ethics and Value
  • Business Law
  • Introduction to Accounting
  • Introduction to Management
  • Macroeconomics
  • Microeconomics
  • Financial Markets
  • Money and Banking
  • Wealth Management
  • Risk Management

 

Career Opportunities

  • Investment Advisor
  • Financial Personnel
  • Securities Bank Officer
  • Administrative Staff
  • Management

Business Studies - Islamic Finance & Banking

Introduction

Islamic Finance and Banking, such as Islamic Finance, Islamic Banking, Islamic Compulsory Banking (Bank Muamalat) Management are like general finance, which focus on economics and finance activities. The difference is that such financial institutions are regulated by Islamic regulations. Therefore, students will learn about various Financial Market Operations, Investments and Financial Management. Students also need to be familiar with Habits and Precepts of Islam, especially those related to finance and management.

 

Study Subjects

  • Islamic Business Ethics
  • Islamic Business Law
  • Bank Management
  • Financial Policy
  • Marketing
  • Currency and Banking
  • Financial Management
  • International Exchange Rate and Investment
  • International Finance

 

Career Opportunities

Graduates are given the opportunity to enter the business sector to serve as investment advisors, financial personnel or enter the Islamic financial industry, such as Islamic banks, Islamic social obligation banks, administrative officers.

Other courses you might be interested...

  • Accounting
  • Crisis Management & Insurance
  • E-Commerce
  • Economics
  • Finance & Banking
  • Islamic Finance & Banking

Business Studies - Accounting

Introduction

Accounting is a course which focuses on studying the financial transactions and the cost data which mainly involves the cash flow in a company. Apart from studying the accounting theory and system, students also ought to learn various ways to organize and conduct accounting activity including Collecting, Categorizing, Synthesizing, Analyzing and Interpreting all the information of the financial statements, in order to complete a standard business bookkeeping. In addition, students will also learn to submit the Financial Statements, Budgeting, calculate the Profit and Loss, Taxation, study the Business Law, and exposed with some skills in Information Technology (IT).

 

Study Subjects

  • Accounting Information Systems
  • Accounting Theory
  • Auditing
  • Business Law
  • Corporate Accounting
  • Fundamental Management
  • Macroeconomics
  • Management Accounting
  • Microeconomics
  • Principles of Finance
  • Principles of Marketing
  • Quantitative Analysis
  • Taxation

 

Career Opportunities

Graduates in accounting programmes who own 3 years related working experience may apply for the membership in the Malaysian Institute of Accounting (MIA). To become a member in Institute of Public Accountants (IPA), the individual is required to pass certain specific tests.

The graduates may devote themselves in the field of business, for instance, work as an accountant, auditor, tax collector, financial officer, secretary, bank manager, public accountant, tax consultant and business consultant. You may also consider establishing your own accounting firm.

Business Studies - Crisis Management & Insurance

Introduction

Crisis Management and Insurance are disciplinary which deal with risks and loss minimisation in commercial activities. Hence, besides risk management knowledge, students will be studying the commercial risk theory, definition, measurement and evaluation of risk management strategy. Apart from that, students will learn the information about insurance, for instance, the policy formulation and implementation of insurance, cost statistics, calculation and accident assessment. And it is worth noticing that students will learn some laws related to the business and insurance sector during their studies.

 

Study Subjects

  • Business and economy
  • Business law
  • Business management
  • Common Crisis Management Plan Weaknesses
  • Crisis management
  • Crisis Management Basics
  • Crisis Stages
  • Damage Control
  • Emergency Response Scenarios
  • Insurance
  • Insurance law
  • Psychology of Crisis Management Decisions
  • Risk and insurance

 

Career Opportunities

After graduation, students may consider devoting themselves to the business industry, such as banks, finance corporations, credit companies and brokerage firm to play a role as a financial consultant, invest advisor or related administration staff. Other than that, graduates may consider working in the insurance industry as an insurance broker, marketing executive officer and compensation coordinator

Business Studies - E-Commerce

Introduction

E-commerce is a study of an electronic commerce system that digitizes the traditional trading activities. The study scope covers the digitisation of traditional business such as E-market, chain supply management, inventory management and automatic data collection. This is to decrease the transaction time and processes, to boost business performance in the market. Apart from the fundamental knowledge of business, such as accounting, finance, information management, product marketing, business law and consumer behaviour, students also study IT, for example, computer programming.

 

Study Subjects

  • Business Economics
  • Business Organization
  • Communication Skills
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Financial Accounting
  • ICT Foundation
  • Internet and WWW
  • Mathematical Foundation
  • Programming in C
  • Statistics-Fundamentals

 

Career Opportunities

Graduates may engage in E-banking or work as a technical developer or executive of E-store in the government department or private institutions.

Business Studies - Economics

Introduction

Economics studies about the production, distribution and the depletion of limited resources within the consumption of goods and labours. According to the different concept or theory, this disciplinary can be specialized on development economics, institutional economics, labour economics, law economics and public economics. It focuses on the theoretical deduction and critical thinking of students.  Hence, other than theories, such as the supply principle, the theory of elasticity, production theory and market theory, students will also learn the phenomenon under capitalism, including inflation, foreign exchange and monetary policy.

 

Study Subjects

  • Advanced Principles of Management
  • Business Analytics for Decision Making
  • Business Ethics & Social Responsibility
  • Development Economics
  • Econometrics
  • Economics of Industry
  • Economics Research Project
  • Elements of Accounting & Finance
  • Fiscal & Monetary Policy
  • Further Mathematics
  • History of Economics Thought
  • Human Geography
  • International Economics
  • International Relations
  • Labour Economics
  • Macroeconomics
  • Malaysian Economy
  • Management Mathematics
  • Management Science Methods
  • Microeconomics
  • Monetary Economics
  • Principles of Management
  • Public Finance
  • Regional Studies
  • Research Methods
  • Statistics

 

Career Opportunities

After graduation, students may devote themselves in government departments, academia, finance, business or journalism to take charge of the economic planning, accounting, finance, insurance, trading, management and marketing.

Business Studies - Finance & Banking

Introduction

Finance is a department that studies the economic activities of monetary intermediation and funds, and bank management is one of the majors in the field of finance. The research topics of this department include two levels, namely the theory of financial market operation (The Theory of Financial Market), and the investment theory of companies or individuals (Investment Theory). Therefore, students not only study about the knowledge of various financial market operations, such as bank savings and lending business, securities and insurance transactions, debt issuance, government financial policies and etc, student also will learn various type of investment and financial knowledge such as stocks, futures, international currency exchange (Foreign Currency Exchange), financial planning (Financial Planning), insurance sales (Insurance sales) etc. In addition, students will also be exposed to some laws related to finance and banking.

 

Study Subjects

  • Bank Management
  • Business Ethics and Value
  • Business Law
  • Introduction to Accounting
  • Introduction to Management
  • Macroeconomics
  • Microeconomics
  • Financial Markets
  • Money and Banking
  • Wealth Management
  • Risk Management

 

Career Opportunities

  • Investment Advisor
  • Financial Personnel
  • Securities Bank Officer
  • Administrative Staff
  • Management

Business Studies - Islamic Finance & Banking

Introduction

Islamic Finance and Banking, such as Islamic Finance, Islamic Banking, Islamic Compulsory Banking (Bank Muamalat) Management are like general finance, which focus on economics and finance activities. The difference is that such financial institutions are regulated by Islamic regulations. Therefore, students will learn about various Financial Market Operations, Investments and Financial Management. Students also need to be familiar with Habits and Precepts of Islam, especially those related to finance and management.

 

Study Subjects

  • Islamic Business Ethics
  • Islamic Business Law
  • Bank Management
  • Financial Policy
  • Marketing
  • Currency and Banking
  • Financial Management
  • International Exchange Rate and Investment
  • International Finance

 

Career Opportunities

Graduates are given the opportunity to enter the business sector to serve as investment advisors, financial personnel or enter the Islamic financial industry, such as Islamic banks, Islamic social obligation banks, administrative officers.

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